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U iiT iJ ilI4ILi 1 f L f t = T Ir wy 77pr I x t f I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 27rI- 1oLlThiE RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1901 NUMBER 44 4LPIOFESS1ONAL CARDS 1 1ArrOENEZS1REROBERTS J ATTORNEYATLAWI JWOfflce over Climax Office with Jas B Me Creary Second Street iw MILLER tATroft2ETTIAW Vs BICUUOSD KBNTUCZ- TOBce In the Burnam Building next door to aimers National Bank eb3ly SDTJIJIVtJAr ATTOKSEYATLAwy b RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op l posita Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tnlta grocery W R LETCHER AtJ1neyat Law RICHMOND KKXTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covjngton Mitchells j TALEOT JAOSSON ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rtOOce la Prather Building Main fitreet DES IRYSIOIANSI PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In thftoe Cctlios building it and M Sec end Street orei ATnice 4014 druotore t7 CHAS C HOOKER 1vETEnINARYSURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College l r Veterinary DentUtry and Sterility a Specialty eaOCQce at my table on corner First and al Water Streets Richmond Kyapr7ly ff C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Pratlier Building Main Street IJ Telephone at residence Broadway the Carr place on I RIcnMOND KENTUCKY k b iGWEvANsM D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON f RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURQEIIT f DT a 11t t tOnSQ1 j bg1sT- a OP LOUISVILLE KT u 0 33QQce next door to Government Bulldlnjr It HlchmSnd Ky OtSce hoursII to 121 to4 Ida Co I noT717niotiis II Landman sJ J No 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndon RIchmond Ky on she WEDNESDAY APR 17 1901 yenetnrnIng every aecond Wednesday o each Reference every physician of Blch lI1ondKymayllycost COUr sion Mine HAMILTON of Urn- present J LADIES TAILOR Thursday J fAND DRESSMAKING AccprcJeon and sho Knife Plaiting tIIt KyThdi1 rcOnr Goods a a J4Il2 Our prices f J l Conipel you to trade with us L Iwhen you give us a trial Ul IiI31fit IN tJI- l 11 The ladies cannot be decej ed- by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims Al we have to is we buy in the best markets ol i the world select the la- o r test gQ and when you pk QuyyouknOWyj1 havE up d a t Wiig Is that wnat yor fso trade with I1P lrot OrCI thiteAND Gibnt- 3i i +++ +CLLL AT +++ L9LEs MBRSHINS- ALQOX ILO- KdllIWI CoQ1estaDdJnot frehiD4 be lounof drin are dispe e4 bYUPwateaDdaccomm d JiiIII ViM r Jf b8oofldSiRfQffDj i i JEWELRY + JC 0 The lamest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and 1 + Swiss Watches alsool t Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Wprk done by Expert Workmen+ t+ I also make a specialty of MEDALS CLASS IINS1ETC and Des lninj done by a fine Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto ii RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 67 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13Iebly THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dallies and the superior of all other temiweelclies or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get It for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday issue ii devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Howe Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIErfJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET TUB RICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office tC ATTETIOPLZAE j 1 + + + + t++ + ++ + + + + ++ + + A iTo Our Pretty i U WALL PAPER AC y7E desire to call your attention yr to the fact that as this U the beginning ol a new year as well as the 20th entury that we are en dearoring to keep up with progress of time this year by enlarging our oft WALL PAPER evj 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 lave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish au Wall Papers ranging in prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate de and f el confident we can aarsfy your wants in this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding tot match any shade o5 Wall Paper you may select and will cheerfully fur estimates on work In this line sFree of Charge trespectfully invite you to call JWe Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you money and we will take picas urn in waiting npon you and your wants Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully A PERRY THOMAS Ii Wall Paper CoJW L LKBDS Pointer and Decorator ts1lantf PHONE 75V SOUTHERN RfllLWftY ON KENTUCKY Cttftntri Sckiiil is Effiet May 20 1909 USTDOVND Na No N 3I1 Louisville 745am 400pm 7v pm Shelbyville910cm S32pni 905pm At Larereebg9lOani 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JaWoniUe83fl24iP-1jIthttaaoogelopme G45am Blrmlnghwn IL45am- Ar Ar tSOam 930pm- AI New Orlesas3OIn He 3 tooak sleeplm LeultTllle to BJr 1BeTIe isezlnctoa J4 Chattanooga we 3 free ebSI5Tht 1rr Lou vUle oLez1ntk524oL rf to e 4r IMLexlnCQn tI- LoIIU s 1o4seePI5fto LouIsyIU- 0sLsKIgtos lAl1tnlH betwide LO1IISYUIS JItonad 1tIrWkt HT i VersoUlee 5fl4 oenete1ln Woe Ii 1S4 4a117os 07 a40O 4uliyeoe Sunday s4we VMMlllM XJAolTtU EIe- 1yta5 4 silysos SUMr I DM1szMPl SI1I84aI eswi MiV- oui J MYx TM WUbIUIOS D O Wawe na WAVGP4iswLP ej j- r t BUFFALOjI to in on This at Once Buffalo gal wontyo come outtontRhtt Wont yon come outtonlghtIWont you come Buffalo gals wont you come out tonight And dance all night till mornlngtI BnffaloIIin it is creating something of a orders1andpause when a new one is dis horoscopejIa falo you must first ofall be a recognized good fellow Then as a secondary qualification you must either be in posses sion of 11 cents or have a line on how to get hold of that amount It began as a joke this Buffalo order but soon took itself a more serious aspect 1ti tub child of hilarity and exuberance and was fostered around tables that are not square Every member is sworn to promote a trilogy of conscon geniality conviviality and converse The iniation is not a thing to be overcome by physical endurance and moral rigor as in some orders In stead of riding a goat you are compelled to chase the duck an affair said to be very im pressive When once amem ber you become a Buffalo Buck when serious responsibilities devolve upon you Here are the 11 rules governing the order of Buffaloes Rule 1 This order shall be known as The Order of the BuffaloesRule Every male person of the age of consent and abil ity to smile shall be eligi ble to membership Rule 3 The object of the order is topromote the trilogy of consCongeniality Con viviality and Converse Rule 4 The signofthe or der shall be Upon a Tierce Amber t h e Tenderloin GulesRule 5 Thegrip of the or der shall be the grasping of right hands the index finger and thumb crossedthe right hand to be held behind the back the left hand at the left ear thumb in the ear the other fingers twiddled at pleasureRule The password shall be Omar Imar Emar Rum spoken quickly in sequence then each word re peated alternately forward and backward three times Rule 7 The iniation cere money shall consist of the in vocation of the cons the cookingof the flesh pots and the breaking of the seal of the magnumRule Regular meetings shall be held every little while Whenever two or more Buffaloes get together Rule 9 The dues shall be 11 cents annually collected on the monthly installment plan if possible if not whenever possibleRule 10 Postulants who crook the right instead of the left elbow during the initia tion ceremony shall be saluted with the word Buy Failure to do so is at the pain of BbJS frBIri IJsvery much lke the blossom II a flower Its uiy and II jfrfclludernds entirely It upOn ar II Itpar Expectant mothers should hlvethotenderest care I Iallworry I I and 4I eat U plenty of good tirishngfood llnd1Ake This will a long way toward preserV- ing their health and their beauty as well as that of the little one to come But to be absolutely sure of a short and painless labor they should i- sMothers Friend regujiyckrtag tie month of gestation This it a liniment which U to beappHed esternaUy It gives strength and vIgor the and prevents sil of the lcomfortaofprelt nancy women used to thIn- ker absolutely ccwary When te Uf Is no danger w tevu Ge MMra Y1a4 at the Jrag I Mv iper ba4tO Im1UIU1IIATLANTA 15 excommunication from the 13 subsequent libations Rule 11 The lodge rooms shall be located if possible upon the corners where the highways intersect the by waysor at any other place displaying conspiculously The Sign of the Flagon and CaskHere is the test of questions put to strange Buffaloes to test their standinrviz Are you a Buffalo Whence came the Buffa loes What are the duties of a Buffalo Give me the grip of a Buffalo What will you have Areyou willing to buy it Will you have another on the same terms And another c It wont pay to get sore if these questions are placed be fore you twenty times a day for the Buffaloes have a wide latitude HARNESS WORTH 15000 Worn by Horses That Con veyed King Edward to Parliament A dispatch from London says Everybody is talking of the harness worn by the eight creamcolored horses that conveyed the King and Queen atthe opening of parlia ment last week It is really very beautiful and was made for one of the jubilee celebra tions for the late Queen Few knew how valuable it is all metal on it which looks like brass being of gold the whole set of harness having cost no less than 15000 Prof Ivison of Lonncominc Md suffered terribly from neuralgia of the stomach alld indigestion for thirteen years and after lie doctors failed to cure him they fed him on morphine A friend advised the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a few bottles of it ho aivs It iias cured me entirely I cant say too much for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat Perry Thom- asRealAdmiraiCrowninshield has gotten even with the few naval friends that Admiral Schley still has in Washing ton causing them all to be as signed to distant stations be fore their home billets were up Counterfeits of De Witts Witch Haz l Salve are liable to cause blood poison Ing L ave them alone The original has the name DeWitts npon the box and wrapper It is a harmless and healing salvo for sKin diseases Unequalled for piles Perry Thomas ABOUT THE KUKLUK Chicago Chronicle The secrets of the Kuklux Klan which have been hidden for more than 30 years have been brought to light by a discovery of a pumphlet containing the ritual of this or ganization in the Columbian University Library It is a yellow covered pamphlet 24 pages four by six inches in size The authenticity of the book is confirmed by a letter pasted in the back written by- a woman in Nashville Tenn 10 years ago She writes that the book escaped destruction when the ghouls disbanded and was given to her by an exmember of the klan Nowhere in the 24 pages is the name of the klan mention ed Where it should be print ed there is either a blank or asterisks On the title page is the motto Pamnan quod non intelligunt The purposes of the Organization are stated as follows This is an institution of chivalry humanity mercy and patriot iiILs peculiar object are to protect the weak the innocent and the defenseless sue cor the suffering and especial fthe widows and orphans of Confederate soldiers and to protect the constitution and laws formed in conformity theretoThe purpose of the Organization is shown by the ques tions the candidates were called upon to answer He must take an oath othat he never belonged to the Repub lican party or served in the Federal army in the Civil War and that he was opposed to the social and political equalities ofthe negroand t he favored a white mans government osib1yGunner Morgan may cide to occupy his Lel sure oil tbe retiNd lisI b7 writing ook about it Rheumatism Nobody knows all about it andnothing now known will always curd it Doctors try Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil when they think itis caused by imperfect digestion of food You can do the same Ibmay or may not be caused by the failure of stomachand bowels to do their work If it is you will cure it if not you will do no harm The way to cure a disease is to stop its cause and help the body get back to its habit of health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does hatit cures when it dont it dont cure It never does harm The genuine has this picture on it take no other If you have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise youSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOC and oinn druggists LUCRATIVE PATENTS The Century Magazine recently had an interestingar ticle on our patent systemand possibly the most interesting section of it is that which re lates to the success which has crowned the efforts of many inventors of novelties and laborsaving inventions We quote as follows Every one has heard not only of the enormous sums realized from the great inventions of the last half century but also of the great returns yielded by things apparently trifling which have struck the public fancy or met the public need The toy called the re turning ball a small ball at tached to an elastic string is said to have produced a profit of 50000 a year the rubber tipon led pencils have yielded a competence to the inventor more than 1000000 has been earned by the gimletpointed screw the inventor of which was so poor that he trudged on foot from Philadelphia to Washington to get his patent the roller skate has yielded 1000000 after the patentee spent 125000 in England fighting infringements the dancing Jim Crow is set down for 75000 and the copper tip for childrens shoes at 2 000000 the spring window Ioller pays 100000 a year the needle threader 10000 a year from the drive well 3 000000 has been realized the stylographic pen is credited with 100000 a year and the egg beater the rubber stamp and the marking pen for shad ing different colors with large sums These are only a few examples among hundreds that might be cited No won der inventors are hopeful when they reflect thatcomfort for life and fortune for their children may come from a single fortunate idea New York seems to retain the nerve that so endears her to the rest of the United States Her yacht club has practically decided not to per mit any boat not belonging to a member of that organization to enter the trial races for the privilege of defending the Americas Cup against the British In other words the faster boat will not be allowed to defend if he doesnt shoot his cuffs anc wear a monocle Paris Gibson Senator Clarks new colleague in the Senate was born in New Hampshire We mention this fact because it may beof some little consolation exSenator Chandler If Teddy had spent a little of his time in studying the rules of the Senate instead of wasting it all on a lion hunts wou4 fcarvc trd himrcll MVtnl rtdicutau miatakt Heinz to Locate a Pickle Farm in Favelle On yesterday Mr J IJ Davidsonfor the II J Heinz Companyof PitUburg leased a tract of land part of the faun of MrHart Gibson back of tile training track This lease is for one year and is the first active step taken by Mr Heinz looking towards a location here for a salting plant Some time ago The Herald published an exclusive story to the effect that Mr Heinz has this vicinity in view for a location and that he bad 6liipi cil two boxes filled with bluegrass dirt to his chemist in Allegheny PnJor analysis At that time a Herald reporter was informed that in the near future several tracts of land would be leasedprovlded the dirt proved worthy of further ex periment Mr Davidson arrived here Friday and decided upon the Hart Gibson farm The ten acres leased yesterday is divid ed into two tractsone being of new soil the other having produced corn and tobacco last year The more lease might not suggest muchyet it was made after an expense incurred in analyzing the two boxes of dirt showing that Mr Heinz considers bluegrass land adapted intendSjmakinJ securing another industry Tomorrow morning the land will beI ploughed preparatory for the comingof MrFred Heinzand an expert gardener from one of the companys farms in the East Seeds and plants will be brought and planted The produce will then b- esntto Pittsburg to be prepared and ifI satisfactory results are shown plans ba outlined for the future bUfine68 here Land will be secured in quantities nt11 a plant giving employment to a large erectedISundays Mr Hanna declares that President McKinley has not the remotest idea of beinga candidate for the third time This however is not what in terests the country What people really want to know is whether Mark himself pro poses to be a candidate again The lingering cough following grippe calls for One Minute Cough Cure For all throat and lung troubles this is the only harmless remedy that gives imme liaie results Prevents consumption Perry k Thomas Astronomers are upsetting all our preconceived ideas in regard to human life on Mars by declaring that its temperature is colder than that of liquid air and therefore of course incapable of supporting human life as we know it Their promptness and their pleasant effects mako DeWitts Little Early Risers most popular little pills wherever they are known They are simply per feet for liver and bowel troubles Ier ry Thorns PAY AS YOU GO Ask the grocer the livery man or the butcher who are the folks that coutract bills and never pay or pay when they please and he will tell you they are the aristocrats The carpentersstonemasons blacksmiths and farmers look you squarely in the eyespeak- to you frankly face to face and if they promise to pay you Saturday night and can not they come around and tell you why If you wish to les sen the worries of the world and scatter sunshine as you go dont bother to go aslum ming or lift the fallen or trouble to reclaim the erring simply pay your debts cheer fully and promptly It lubri cates the wheels of trade breaks up party ice gives tone to the social system and liberates goodwill Pay as you go Especially pay the people who work by the day and toil with their hands A dollar means much to the man ho spades your garden never humiliate the man by making him ask for his dollar Give it to him immediately after the work is done and if he did it well tell him so When the woman crouches over the seving machine for you all day long brings the garment homepay her all you owe and do not add to her troubles by exercising the prerogative of the one who is paying over the money to flaunt out either insulting re marksor insulting manners The gentleman shows his true nature in his treatment of his social inferiors andof all damning sins the withhold ing of money due a working man is the worst Let us pay as we go And the cheerful ness and good will wegive out with our money will in turn be given out by those we pay it to Pay as you go Elbert Hubbard American Grocer Pennsylvania is trying to apologize and deny and re criminate for the conduct of her hoodlum troops at the inauguration The people of Washington however want none pf these they want fAT forthedrnH oI bt1li1 pfopeiHyt f COUNTRY EDITOR A Very Nimely and Appropriate Tribute to Him From AppreciativeMind One of the highest tributes ever paidif not the very high est to a most deserving class of people is that of Senator Eugene Hale of Maine to the country editor In discuss ing the subject of postage on newspapers the Senator from Maine remarked of the country editor He isapackhorseforevery community the promoter of every laudable enterprise the worst underpaid laborer in the vineyard Counting his space as capital he gives more to charity his means con sid ered that any other member of society He is a power in politicsa pillar of the church a leader in the crusade for better morals He is pre eminently the friend of hu manityLine upon line paragraph upon paragraph day by day he is embalming cold type facts from which the Heredotus Tacitus Sismondi Macaulcy of the future will write the history of our time He fully chronicles our advents into the world briefly notes our uprisings and our downsit tingsandsorrowfully records our exitWe all more or less generally more his handi work and the creature should not be ungrateful to his crea tor Without his generous and enthusiastic labors most of us would never have been here and when he tires of us most of us will retire to pri vate life amid rural scenes propitous for secret meditation and silent prayer Working day and night during the campaign when the election is over and the time comes for the distribution of loaves and lishes now vulgarly called pieby some strange lapse of memory he is generally forgotten Will Mr Gage explain why he considers the remission of duty on exported Russian sugar to be a bounty and does not consider a similar remis sion on exported American whisky to be the same thing Or will he refer the country to the sugar trust for an ex planation The United States is still shipping mules and horses to South Africa in large num bers proving whatever Kit chener may say that hoss tillities are not yetoverthere The Chicago Republicans have insured the reelection of a Democratic mayor by nominating a gangster of the worst type for the first place in that city Coated Look at your tongue Is it coated Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedTheres old and reliable cure Ayefeff 4 Pili4 Dont take a cathartic 1 dose and then stop Better l take a laxative dose 4 each night just enough to I cause one good free movement the day following 4 You better the very next day Your I appetite returns your J dyspepsia is cured your 1 headaches pass away your tongue clears your liver acts well and your bowels no longer jIve you trouble Prtse3S eeAw rtsI tare takes Ayers Pills for 38 yean sad I coMfaier them the best B4e One pill does me more oo4 than half a box of any other kIM Ihay net triedH Xn1TAJMT seeI AflIngtonXaa r- 4rII us V7 7I 7F7J 7J7I 7I 7t I AN INVITATION To ride in one of elegant Phaetons + is always appreciated by those who 1 F like comfort and ease while drivIing We have the handsomest 4stock of Buggies Phaetons1Sur Buckboards Traps Car riages Dog Cartstc that has ever been seen in Richmond I 4 Every vehicle in our shop is made M E L W 9 rigii2WEKNOWllOW S We carry a complete stock of Trimming Iron Wagon and carriage IIMaterial The gentlemen having lh charge of this department have had years of experience in the largest Car riage Works in the United State and 1can furnish the citizens of MadiscJu and + adjoining counties Vehicles that cannot be excelled in workmanship beauty or I comfort at prices much cheaper than 1 + would be asked elsewhere + Kntucky riac WorKs Co i Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX VIGOR MEN MAGNETIC IER VINE Easll with a Wdttez cureLostlaterexceeThe Kmt Medlcui eo St Paul Ulna PITTS BURG 1 m CENTRAl STOCK YARDte EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHJPPFRS rearrangedItBest DistributingPoint East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia Nw York and all Eastern markets Good buyers alwavs in atteildliiice for export cattle and allother kinds of tctConsignments fdb Commission firms given prompt at eutidfl f IsIi4o EM 1111 rat MIr k 9 fII ii J w z I T j I JI Ii ONLY ONE PRICE ECIOTHiI In Central Kentucky offers th f Madison County S NOT JUST AraGOn BUT T1flE EST CLOTHES HATS MENS FURNISHINGS FOR THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE I The Lightest Brightest Store in Lexington IILLER kosC- UTUI QSPCy The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCII 27 1001 Dr H Dr Ho Dr Hob Dr Hobs Dr Hohso Ii Dr Hobson Dentist Get your Easter suits from Stout the Tailor 20mar2t Have WilIging to frame your pictures in uptodate style at low prices Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S OlJInm 27febtf See those 18 and 20 suits made at home by Stout the Tailor 2Omr2t Stout the Tailor makes trousers at home from 150 up 20mar2t Stout the Tailor makes a specialty of 1250 1350 and S15 suits 20mr2t The Milk Maids Convention Satur day evening March SO at the court house Admission 25 Whitewash Brushes large stock lowest prices JO cents up at Willgings The CLIMAX will take your order for anykind of bookbinding Consult us before going elsewhere tf Fit thorough satisfaction and best workmanship to be had guaranteed by Stout the Tailor 20raar2t Those desiring bookbinding of any ascription will profit by calling at this u111co and getting estimates lie sure to attend the Milk Maids Convention at the court house Satnr day night Admission ony 25 cents WilIging makes window shades of every description lOc and up in price All who enjoy a hearty laugh should not mit 8 the Milk Maids Convention at court house Saturday night Thirtytwo pretty girls in pretty costumes in a pretty drillat the court house Saturday night Admission 25 cents All members of the Ancient Order of United Workmen are requested to be present at their regular meeting Thursday night Business of impor tance to he transacted There aro always to be found shoddy goods tna ie expressly to catch the eye and get the money of unsuspecting buyers Jo such goods are found In the store of Covington Banks They sell only good holiest merchan dise and guarantee every article sold Willgings paints mixed lready for use in white black andaU colors is the best at any price Will Probated The will of the late W E Luxon Sr his been admitted to probate Ills son Thos C Luxon was named as executor Louis Peyton Cut Louis Peyton was painfully cut in the shoulder at the hands ot Joe Baker Saturday afternoon Tho affair oc curred in Anse Harris saloon Baker was arrested and released on bond Plymolh Rock Eggs For Sale I have for sale for setting purposes pure bred Barred PJymoth Rock Ejgs 50 cents per setting of 15 0 D MILLER 13inartf Richmond Ky Feund A godpin in the 1reabyterian church one night last week Letters VN int turquoise setting presumably a Notre Dame college pin Owner can have same by calling at thia office and paying for this notice 3i Cleanliness is next to Gobli so have Willf ing to do 4 lperkig and painting nd ctl vexatious delays bad ad poor materials iLIV5 i4 s Jei Iron Mine HostJ N Willis Springs ay Ilee what we are lK 4Y- pntingw1151 fci rNr Coring ll 5 in tct Ne5t1I eveiytNIg aid eZLIC judy for the rJeaOl the druisi ol the teI8let With M June 15th urisr dyi iMd it Ii likiy that the CMitBobwealth Attorney nl Ken wekywill met hereStnforcUB JpdgaI WUiiC flew floral W ks and crecI afi in the new cofce of Iue gredsc cig ad h G M Wt THE j Bluegrass Horses Leave For New York Mr H G McElwain of Bales and McElwain shipped and personally ac companied seventeen high bred horses to New York on Saturday last Thoy are the cream of the market andare sure to fetch fine prices Laundry Office Changed Manager Hugh Tevis of the Richmond Laundry Company says the Companys office will be moved to the Hotel Glyndon barber shop when the wholesale grocery takes possession of the McCreary aud Tevis building Tom Turner In Trouble Again Last week Thomas Turner an incorrigible colored boy of this city was fined 00 and 100 days in jail for strik ing Miss Bertha Goins a young white girl who is employed as house girl at Mrs Hendersons boarding house Fields Minstrels Al G Fields Minstrels gave a very creditable performance to a large crowd at tho opera bouse Saturday night They arc easily tho best on the rondoTheir tumbling and acrobatic specialties were the best ever seen here W thuthth1 mw iWiOOWIt II WANTED II One thousand pigeons immediately 20 cents per pair We buy poultry eggs beef hides and all kinds of coun try produce Highest market pri- ceJI1NEFF gRICHMOND KY A 90f- 2Omarlm Band Minstrels We again urge the public to keep In mind the fart that the band minstrels perform next Monday night at the court house Tho very bet home talent will be utilized and youll get your moneys worth Come and forget your cares and enjoy a good laugh Court Day Dinner The Indies of the Christian Church will give a Court Day Dinner Monday April 1 in the old Garnett House The low price of 23 cents will be charged and nn excellent dinner will fie fur nishetl Everybody come secure a good meal and help a goodranee along Public Speaking Mr C F Armistead a colored Democrat of Frankfort delivered an inter esting address on the questions of the day to a fair sized audience at the court house Monday night Mr Armistead is a fluent speaker understood his sub ject and delighted his listeners with his logic and eloquence Jack Sale Bud Noland cf Union sold his fine threeyearold jack to Messrs J W and It S Scudder for 300 Also his com- bIned stallion Lonely Boy whose price was not made public The animals will be taken to Lincoln county where they will make the season at the stable of It S Scudder a few miles from Stanford Neat Operation A neat operation was performed last week when Dr H 0 Jasper of this city assisted by Drs Pierce and Mid lloton of Kirksville removed a dead btpe near the anklo joint of William PJewitt son of Mr Claude Piewilt of the Cottonburg vicinity It resulted in a complete success and Mr Prewitt willrapidly recover Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports 600 cattle on the market CO plain steers brought 4 center 1 lot 650 Ib long yearling steers t31i 10 light yearling steers 28 10 plain yearling si eers 25 15 common vearlipg steers flO 25 good steer calves S2G which was equal to 6Jc 1 lot 500 Ibhcifers 2275 1 lot 150 Ib heifers 20 fat hogs 5 cents 251at hogerBold at5 cents for May delivery Broom Factory For Kirksville A broom factory under the manage ment of Messrs A P Jones R S Brpwn and E B Shrewsbury has been organized at Kirksville They will selloulytiio wholesale trade A large number of hands will be given employ ment by the now factory and it will be of great commercial benefit to the community fn which it is located Paint Lick and Kirksvill are rapidly getting into the business swim Fk ftMHKhHMt Reorganized At a call meeting Saturday night th Fire Department reorganized on a MwbMi Mr J B Stouffer was elected Chief pro tern in tho absence of MrtC S Powell The following gentlemen were chosen as the regular members of the organization Harry Prth r jeoSnmm8Drnramer White Anse Harris Jim Gibson Jim McCarty Emil Lohiisch Joe Jiitchell W H Smith Cleophns Duncan EUgene Shanks Claud Devore Jim Potts antI Race Criwsknioro A new system was adopted whereby a record of all fires- lg1obe keptwkb details amount of IwMHMce OICM of bHildiogs burned Jtb pblla thtnew fixtures and ap tesr will soon be 18rcfl fied aNd- oear department will be enabfed to k wt 4irat It w iOw cW niwd h4rffionthly jHt fl hi aw sWaWUmr be fad to the o IN V Easter J Flowers It w tJ JWe have the beet flowers Jthatcan be prodncectIIf Our Easter Boxes arebeaulleswepossees nwcsea ry KNOW Slow mar orderreceve5tentlon J X BELL The Florist J JLEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt c Bells Flowers go Everjwkere Miss Minnie Siebert of Cincinnati has arrived to take charge of Mr E VElders niililnary department Miss Siebert Is a modiste of well known taste and experience and will satisfy all who place their orders with her Call on her and examine her spring stock be fore placing your Easter order ortlialiyInvitedWednesday and Thursday March 27 and 28 1901 and examine the display of Cassimers Fancy Worsteds Thibets OuttingFlannelsPeerless Merchant Tailoring Co will have Mr Prewitt with us to assist in taking measures There makeup of garments is well known and unexcelled flrstclpss custom tailormade Place your order new to avoid time rush appertaining to orders given Just before the holidays and tItUs get better service better work and greater satisfaction Respectfully yours E V ELDER Richmond Kv Base Ball The first ball unof time season will be played on the campus Friday April 5 between K4LI and O U The popular price of 25 cents will bo made for this opening game Everybody turn out and help our boys Swill Work Tho boiler of the Hume distillery at Silver Creek exploded Thursday even lug but luckily caused no other damage A telegram to Cincinnati brought skilled mechanics swiftly to the scene the boiler was soon repaired and on Friday work was resumed as usual New Stable Mr John W Turley has opened a new livery and feed stable at the old Azbill stand on Irvine street and is ready for business lIe has an elegant line of rubber tires speedy horses and bran new stock throughout The spring days are coming on when youll want a nice rig to take your girl driving and Mr Turley can fill your bill to a T Give him a call nod be convinced Goat Hairs The Richmond Lodge of Elks will elect officers for the ensuing year at its regular meeting Friday night A large and distinguished class of prominent citizens will be initiated on this occas ion and a full attendance of the members is requested The meeting will be held In the new club rooms over W S Idham On Tuesday April 2nd the Richmond Lodge will go en matte to Danville and enstall a now lodge there PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction without reserve to the highest bidder April 1 County Court Day at Richmond Ky at 11 a m sharp for the purpose of winding up a partnership one car load of Buggies These are all firstclass all leather top vehicles brand new ncd is tho opportunity of a lifetime to secure a firstclass buggy Cash in hand 011 GlLLILAND Lexington Ky Mr Joseph Jefferson Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to time Lexington Opera House Monday April 15 for two performances matInee and night He will present at the matinee Hip Van Winkle and at night Time RivalsA train will leave Lexington after the performance for the accom modation of Winchester Mt Sterling and Richmond parties hull fare rates will be made The sale ofs eats will Operahousebalcony 150 and H 13inartl No State Convention We are informed that the State Christian Endeavor Convention which was to have been held in Cynthiana in slay has been abandoned and no State convention will be held this year The reason for the change is that the Inter national Convention will be held in Cincinnati in July and so many En deavors will attend the big convention it was thought that many would on this account forego the pleasure of at tending the State convention Madison Man In Trouble In a communication received from Mr T G Lewis of Havden Ky we learn that Wm Garrison who lives three miles east of Richmond is being tried in Hayden for the murder of Larkin Josoph which occurred four weeks ago It is believed the crime was committed in selfdefense Mr Lewis also says an indictment was returned against Tiny Tudor of Madison for forging the name of G Garrison to an order on Munch Bros Tudor has not been arrested and is still at large Wilson Makes a Grand Stand Play E K Wilson of London under a penitentiary sentence of five years made a grand stand play when he re fused last week to escape from tho Mt Vernon lall where ho is at present confined fellow prisoner found a loophole of escape and took advantage of it but Wilson said nay nay Paul ina and staid in hoc He knew what he was doing All his chances of a pardon or a commuted sentence would have gone a glimmering had he skipped jail In that event he would have been mOB probably recaptured so he showed his horse sense by quietly staying behind Miller Bros Miller Bros the oldreliable clothing establishment on the corner of Main and Broadway Lexington desire attention called to their advertisemept which lets forth the bargains they are offering in the clothing line They han dIe superior fabrics of excellent workmanshipand they aPe selling these at prices that cant fan to catch the public Their gents furnishing Supply is one of the largest and best in central Kentucky Tho latest spring Hovoltfcs in liaberdasdmery are on dis play it their eataWfehroettt If you want a nwc a4E eut JitJ se c dett LOI f WDIDM1ULE Solve the problem of r4 1DbEis8i 0 While they are absorbed in then vocations 4 we are busy with the question how best to serve f1jw them in the matter of things to wear Come f and see how well we do our task Take a look jjJ 4frat out counters filled with all thats new in Spring Clothing Try on u suit see the fit examine the ma ii9 tonal and workmanship even to thread and buttons and youll learn that no garment finds room in our stock that does not meet all the requirements of a faultless standard In our rgreat assortment youll find styles to please pricesiI r l IOL 1L I liHKtWe show by far the largest line of HATS in this city Take a look at our stock 4 SHOES i We are pushing shoes harder than ever See our hues before you buy well positively save you money Ask for our Walk Over r- M biand its the best value in shoe leather on the market today Mens Furnishings1 Never before have we thought so much about the small accessories of dress Shirts Collars TieskSoeks Gloves etc in matchless 4 varieties and latest styles 1 Covingloll UflkSJ Postmaster Bosley to Be Pardoned by The Presiden- tA dispatch from Washington says AttorneyGeneral Griggs has sent pa pers to President McKinley recommending the pardon of John Bosleyex postmaster at Paris Ky Time papers in this case were received iu Washington March 4 accompanied by a recommendation from the District Attorney and Circuit Judge for favorable action The recommendation of the Attorney General is upon the grounds that Dos ley makes good the shortage with his bondsmen and that the shortage was evidently technical and not willful Recommendations were received from Bosleys bondsmen that this matter had been arranged and the money paid therefore the President will probably take favorable action in the very near future Call and see the elegant line of im ported suitings and trousers displayed by Stout the Tailor SOmar 2t Of Interest to Richmond People A special in Wednesdays Enquirer that Mrs Henrietta Hume Munro widow of the millionaire publisher Norman L Mnnro had departed for Italy but whose ultimate destination was Scotlandthere to claim a fortune of many millions of pounds sterling left by her greatgreat uncle George Hume and now in the Court of Chanceryr was read here with much interest by a member of the real anti legal heirs and descendants Among these residing In this county are such well known familines as the Humes Thorps Duncans and Covinctons The oldest descendants here Mrs Julia Humo Ellis is an own granddaughter and legal heir of said George Hume who lived and died in this county It is believed that Mrs Henrietta Hnlne Munro above mentioned Is the same Mrs Henrietta flume Pettijohn who several years ago on two occasions visited Mrs Julia Hume Ellisthis city on this subject and secured facts and information of the greatest value Nevertheless no successful steps could be legally taken to obtain this vast estate without first obtaining the in comestible data in the sole possession of Capt Thos S Ellis of this place A Letter From an Old Madisonlan FRANKLIN WARREN Co 0 March 18 1001 To Climax and Many Friends ILeft in Old Kentucky I am more than thankful to hear from my old home every week I am proud to say that my health is much improved This is a healthy climate ns well as a prospedrous one Wo are paving fine farming weather here audit Is quite a pleasure to see the farmers at work Hive onehalf a mile from town on a farm of 140 acres Franklin Isa nice quiet town situated near the Miami river and business of all descrIp- tions progresses rapidly There aro four paper mills four tobacco factories one grist mill one printing office three good schools five churches and electric cars running nil the time I can ride many miles for fifty cents There are cars to Hamilton Dayton Middletown and Cincinnati There are twenty electric lights la Franklin I could say much more about this beautiful place which perhaps I may write at another time cs this being my first I hope it will not Sad the wtwta basket With the kindest jregardiJ to all lily friends la oM KeiMweky JEpstIUliy AUo LM Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over Perry Thomas Drug Store Gfebtf Its a mighty queer kind of a negro who dont get awful good when he is going to be hung A Madisonlan Home From Europe Mr W W Pigg gives us for publication tile following letter from his nephew Mr W B Pigg who after long absence abroad has lauded in America again It will be of interest to his many friends here NEW YORK March 20 1901 DEAR AUNT AND USCLE nightTIl1nkthree days it stormed terribly and I was very uneasy but the staunch yes sel rode the storm grandly and though she tossed and rolled in the trough of the sea not a thing broke We were thirteen days at sea I got your letter this a in and hasten to tell you I am toIten days and then to Lexington Ky So I hope to be with you some time in time next two weeks I will not trouble you by writting more just now as I have other mail to get off lnd a whole lot elso to do My Washington ad dress is care Harlow Bacon U S Coast Survey I will stay with you a week or two and will drive around and see the town I havent been over alwaysloveshouts when I am there So dont forget it Excuse haste Yours os everW P More About The Canning Factory GEEENWOODIND March 181001 MB B L BANK8E3QRichmondKy Mr DEAR SIn Yours ot tho 15th Inst at hand and contents noted Replying to same will say I saw Mr Stanton yesterday and he is confined to bis home with a dislocated knee and was very sorry because we would have called on you people this week and looked the field over We thank you very kindly for your cordial invitation to visit your city Mr Stanton will likely b8 laid up for ten days or two weeks and if nothing turns up more than can be seen at this time will come oyer HoweverI will keep you posted I was highly elated with the interview with Mr Stanton He said if he did locate atyour city he would establish a good oneone that would consume lots of vegtables and fruit also and one that would employ lots of hands The output from Mr Polks factory last year or season was 283000 bases of two dozen to the case The agent here in formed me that Mr Polk paid 565 000 for freight last year on in and out bound They are unloading cars here now at thefactory There were two car loads of pea seed arrived last week The Box Factory will start the first of April So you see there is business at all times They aro canning baked beans hero which could be added after awhile at your place After Mr Stanton visits your city and you people are sat- Isfied that he is all 0 Kwe will expect a committee of your people to visit our institution here that you may be convinced what kind and size and what we doVe have another five miles south at Whulland lad another five miles further at Franklin Ind Three in ten miles all healthy and in good Have f your peoplo boom the project nd 1IewmcaJlns soon poewbls X tiH h re from BOII djiitti 1 Mi fleaptL Ga Y TIME TO LOOSEN THE PIIRSE STRINBS And fief Ready For Spring Buying THEJ BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has not arrived at its present stage ofusefulness by chance ttTheres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir customershaveOur business friends of today include many whohave 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 dont believe all this visit our store during the earning week We are going to officially open up the Dress Goods Wash Goods Hamburgs e Embroideries and Laces Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every cus tomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town Onr VTashGoofls Hambnrgs and Embroid erles have always been the Talk of the Town This season we have made unusual efforts to StyleOoiorlngQnaflty lore had every consideration and you your e1f will sayit is a beautiful sight when you ee our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics I be fashionable ladles had eXIcluslvethlngll Clothing and Shoe- Departmentt many We making some special offerings this week in our Mimi tjhoo Department Our have bought so heavy for Spring that thought it advisable to make slaughtering prices in these departments for a few to make room for other goods to come in Prices cut in two on entire of and Clothing Bring in your and them up 7011 the goods are willing to make the sacrifice to the money uptodateeregool1hlnJSit Get in line and be the many who tlaily business relations servethemThanking for respectfully OLDBAM COMPANY YOU NOT US I For Heat A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable For particulars call on or address D SIMMONS IGjaa tf Richmond Ky EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price eggs hides and feathers Call and him next door to corner of Main and Fiist streets 20febtf Bull Calves for Sale Scotch Topped Registered Short horn calves old enough service Splendidly bred EMDUY AKDUCKIE 27feb4w Richmond Ky For Rent Time J W Herndon farm consisting of 227 acres situated one mile and a half west of Richmond on time Barnes Mill pike is advertised for rent A comfortable dwelling barns cisterns and all the usual make this a desirable farm Apply to 27f8c Doc HEBXDON Wanted I Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1899 Agent areeoininy money all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost the same as an ordinary comb Send 50 cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur III 27feblyr For Sale I ofier for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main streQt There arc eight rooms bath room and hall and alt necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evans or the under signed MRS SPEED SMITH 2janlyr Richmond Ky Get in the Swim Chas Jacobs the Main street tailor completelinemake the most fastidious a nobby and uptodate suit Firstclass workmen employed and fits guaranteed All clothes by him will be in freeofchargoCallstock bet ore purchasing your spring and summer clothing 27fe8t A WONDXRZUL They cure dandruff Jtair falling head ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb In thin world inlraducedsimply comb your hair day and the the rest This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakable arid is made so that it Is absolutely impossible to or cut the on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac lion in errrj respect Send stamps for size 50e size c Live men Mutt woven wtuledevery whereto Introduce this Stunts SMha oa sight Aewfia aCe wild tltfe IIMMM See wmtPd Iaelf IB tlUtJ6 Act drtHM Bt KlWNMt QMii MtCoJMairtwr LUiq4e n j P Fresh as Are the counter heaps of Dress Staffs and Woven Dainties The loom artists have canght a hint from natnro and tho merchandise artists have made the things almost as cheap for you as If they grew We might as well attempt to Paint the Rose as describe them Come and see them rather have your lodgment than ours they were BOUGHT FOR YOU are Clothing buyers we days that are half many lines Shoes wagons fill need we get aro past aro WE TELL IF TELL for see for Cures made kept comb break Ladles GenIe VaIueIs that your teeth look better from having perfect atten tion but they give you bettor ser vice Make mastication easier digestion better and life longer lY D X kO- oo tta1e For 7 50 we make you a set of teeth of any of the following brands The Dental Protection Association of ChicagoJohnson of The Consolidated Dental Mfg of New York S S White Dental Trust Co of Phila delphia H D Justi Son Trust of Phila delnhia Gideon Sidney Trust of Or any other make of teeth made in the world All have to do is to state what make of teeth on ooulortooth is branded at the factory IIOBSON Dentist located in the Hobsoii door to Government Building Reference Richmond National Bank No Or discomfort no Irritation of the In testinea but gentle thorough healthful cleansing when you take Sold by all druggists 25 cents In Norway vaccination is not compul sory but no person can vote at an election Wanted Write to us if you want to learn what Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will do or call at our stores and get a trial bottle Ten doses 10 cents at all drug- Stores 13marlrn Most women would think heaven rather slow without any bargain coun ters DO YOU To sell your TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe as I may be able to help you Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly Between 180Q and 1882 409 theaters out of a total of 1034 in Europe and America were burned Eat a WJwle Catee- If jrjoii wfttit to It yon hungheavym1 JioJfittar Wilki yon eat take a cteM of D Syrup Pepi4io- s4 Will nenJ sin eottts- tot te k heds LIai t L Every Corner of the Orient Has been to make our store I thingsthat different from any other Never has h rightly directed always wins Apple Blossoms DOY tA- an YOl Buildingnext unvaccinated Correspondents particulars ftcAVhurt Ckldwiplli ransacked Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattirigs Are all In Vears showing a big assortment ofhiriasbrrie hi hgrade Carpets In this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers are represented In this stock When you buy Carpets from its it is the same as buying from the mills you have but our profit to pay and the patterns you get are the very newest Just from the looms Look through our Carpet Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck full of new novelties for the coming season We pride our selves on giving the best values and maintaining the lowest marketprices on our holsery You can find anything you want and any thing that is in favor this season in this department SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS I AVe are always in the lead when It comes to small wares and notions NotionDepartment We are continually showing new things in Belts Combs Th traverse daily one of strengthening their with us you patronage we very W D IF PLEASE OTHERS GEO outbuildings INVENTION each does hair one The Real Philadelphia Philadelphia you DR Permanently Riclimond Ky 8ripep Pain prompt Liloods Pills WANT RBALESTATE itlbb1ai Ix- t SueI have never loved before Surelythere indigestionprattle but I took a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin and have never seen any sign of it since Get it at alt Druggists 13marlm Many a man is toasted who needs to be roasted Nervousness and Nerve The more nervous a man is the less nerve he hiss That sounds paradox ical hut it Isnt for nerve is stamina Hoods Sarsaparilla gives nerve It digestionthe best medicine a nervous person can take If you get tired easily mentally or physically take Itit will do you good Watches and rivers seldom run long without winding MARCH AND TIlE LION Something Better Than The Uhf Saw The saying about the lion aud the lamb in March often proves false but them is another and a better one which is litterally true When March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsa parilla to purify enrich and vitalize your blood you may expect when it goes out that it will leave you free from that tired feeling and with none of the boils pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves because of youImaveSarsaparilla for your spring medicine wo you to begin today We assure you it will make you feel better all through the coming summer 13mar1m Negotiations are in progress for the surrender of the Filipino insurgent lealer Fullon AGENCY IA Oct 17 1899 PEPSIN SYRUP Co Monticello 111 OENTSI have used Dr Cald wells Syrup with marked success unhesitatingly recommend it to those suffering with stomach trouble or con stipation Its certainly a blessing to humanity You are at liberty to use my testimonial Very respectfully 13marlm F M WILCOXSON Prohibitionists of Denver have nominated municipal ticket composed exclusively of women Humors of all kinds are prolific of worse troubles They may be entirely expelled by a thorough course of Hoods Sarsaparilla It If it wasnt for tho fools in this world wise men would have to work for a living JgenuineLaxativethe reed ht euro 9 eeW ta OBO day Haveyou liver noticed how indifferent a school thinks she looks when she uieel2 hecbeau DATITakAll ctnMfctota Clint the iiOaey If It Ittflit n This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous lll06dBalmaway 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure all blood and skin trou blesulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim pIes boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bonesmucous patches cancer sweHincs persistent pimples or warts BBB makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore or eruption anti DruggistsSIBalm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given until cured B It B cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest blood purifier in the world Its a pity a balky horse does not realize that it is easier to pull than to take the whipping that goes with a balk Have by some surgeon Shylock on thycbargo to stop his wounds lest he do bleed to death People can bleed to death The loss of blood weakens the body It must follow that gain of blood gives the body strength The strengthening effect of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is in largo part due to its action on the blood increaBedsuppIyofonly when the blood is impoverished and impure that disease finds a soil in purifiesto disease When the body is emaci ated tho lungs are weak and thero Is an obstinate lingering cough Golden Medical Discovery puts the body on a fighting footing against disease and so increases the vitality that disease is perfectlyhpelessother means of cure without avail Twentyone onecent stamps to cover expense of mailing only will obtain a copy of Dr Pierces Common Some Mediral Adviser 1008 pages in paper cover Send thirtyone stamps if cloth binding is preferred Address D R V Pierce Buffalo N Y It authoritatively announced that the Rockfeller mines railways and ships on the Great Lakes are In the Steel Trust Tetter SaltRhema and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inc InstantlyallayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficIent for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 26 eta per baL ardjustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are sot food bat medicine and the bet te me to put horse ia prime coaUoB PriCe l5 eats per package Some men are bora lucky othert aro in luck when they die Stejw Iks OonjJi uA Werka c S Va- c rt LtfjtttlT Bromo Qul ln TaMM ewe ii sold tn OM dyrXtt w If 111M f rtLr 9 m f- TT w0 rswuxy Jl t hJy J1 F ss i = r rr OJ = 2ll jThe Richmond Climax ProprietorATROS H PICKELS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY MCH 27 1001 PUUU8HE1IXVEKY WKDNKSOAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET roil COUNTY JUDGE N n TURPIN volt ATTORNEY J TEVIS COBB FOB siiEmrr JOIIN F WAGERS FOB JAILEB AMES G LACKEY FOB CLERK JESSE COBB FOB BEPBB8BNTAT1VB eRAS L SEARCY FOB SOtlpOt SUPERINTENDENT J W WAGERS FOR ASSESSOR GEORGE NOL ND POE S F nOCK POE CORONER CLIFF SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITT We authorized to announce J TALBOT JAG ON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A 0 WELLS a candidate for tbe nomination of City Attorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic patty We are authorized to announce W R LETCHER Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat pearty Tits latest reports from the capitalFa that Bradley still leads by a good length iu the race for the Federal Judgeship When they beat Bill theyll know it lies as slick as greased lightening you can back him at ten to one PHESIDEXT HABIEV of Yale who recently ventured the prophecy that twentyfive years of ilcKinley would nietamotplioee the Republic into an Empire is a far sighted man One consideration however ho fails to take into calculation mid that is ilTo very important ami vjtciqucstioii of whether tiitsaowil ry fiaii hold out that long be fore going into liquidation At the present gait Ihe Administration is triiving with its billion dullar Con gresios ansi its sinful extravagance ol oiliiual appointment with the emolu ments thereto Ripertaiuinglhe govern inept will eventually go to the wall The Treasury cant stand the pressure forever SIcKinley would probably like to be npi inod receiver IT U said it is butter to be born lucky than rich In Russia it is likewise bet ter to be born poor and obscuie than the heir to the throne If there is one person in Christendom to whom the united sympathy of the world should be extended that individual is none other than Ills Majesty of the White Empire From his cradle to his tomb the life of a Russian Monarch is preg nant of nothing save sorrow and woe and a parody on tho word indeed is his freedom and h8olultJ liberty Though at tho head of the mightiest military establishment in the world tboiiLh Isis name be a synonym for power and authority he never draws breath that is free from fear or dread lie knows that he is the hereditary enemy of his people that the majority oeMs ancestors have come totlieir etalb Irat tho hands of their serfs and under lings and the probability of a speedy induction iato r world is the vision that forever haunts his pillow Today Itussia is in an uproar the periodical upheaval of Nihilists is vio lontly disturbing social elements and the Czar has fled for his lire What a reflection on the power ann vanity of this world The head of a thousand legions impotently cooped on a rock crag in mortal fear of every oriel For sooth it is bettor to be plain Ivan in a hilt on the snowy steppes than His Imperial Majesty in the White Palace of St Petersburg CI rBmWerCO LEXINGTON KY On Time Just to the min ute with what you wantt Arejour thoughts drifting to Carpets these days 1 Do your floors need a new covering If so we are now read t for you Give us a callaoe1 you will enjoy our large dis phiy of New Spring Patterns even if ygu havent made up your mind yet to buy We have the most complete Jine of Carpets Rugs Mattings Oil Cloths and Linoleums i iljiver offered Make your sclx tions early See out WindowjJy J LtfiBroWef EOIJ MAIN AND BROADWAY J 1LxINuTOr1x1th 4 r LUUT Houses has come out from under the cloud which has dimmed iris popularity since he killed himself with the public by his osculatory perform ances He was presented yesterday with a handsome silver service by his admirers It is to be hoped ho will not duplicate Deweys performance and bestow his present upon some one of his kissers TilE passing of the Louisville Dispatch which wont into liquidation last week was unaccompanied by sighs or tears or any of the usual signs of lamentation Pitiable indeed is the finish of some enterprises whose births aro hcnalded amid the blare of trum pets and whoso futures appear as clear andserene as a cloudless morning sky Four years ago a journal to be Simon pure Democratic and the fearless outspoken champion of the people sprang into being at the touch of the foremost mar of his patty Its birth was usher cd in by all that was honorable propitious and promising nnd it bid fair to become a young giant of intellect and prosperity For a time all went well and in accordance with the principles ot its founders rich were the harvests it garnered and plentiful its honor and renown As time rolled on however dark vapors and discordant mists portending woe and wreck began to gather over its horizon once so radiant with promise The ways that are dark and the triclte that are vain soon did their work and laid in ruins this once splendid monument of Democracy The men at the helm swerved the ship from liar course treachery entered their souls and wrecked the Dispatch on the shoals of envy malice and internal disEensIon How sad its end how conaUmptible its career all are well aware of Cradled in honor aud nurtured in praise it goes down to grave and oblivion with none to mourn its nameo Such is tho reward of treachery and such tho doom of traitors LIKe Col Newcome tire Dispatch has answered Adsum at the roll call and rendered its last account bift for it is laid up none of tire blessings that are for those who servo the LordaFIIASK Bitowv EsQ formerly of Newport but now sojourning for his health in the salubrious clime of Hon duras is taking things easy and repenting ut lenitive ofhis pat sins There have Jjccn notorious sinners in all tunes whom the world has found it aposrabhors honest out spoken 1etor though his sin in deny ing our Lord was a grievous one Do we yield bold lighthearted Antony loss of our admiration because he flung away a world for a woman or do we cease to be amused by Jolly Jack Fal staff on account of his proclivity for deCaulterIBrown friends adore him even his enemies admit him to be a gentleman and it is said that not a single soul iu Newport would do ought to aid his arrest Why this laxity one may ask Because of the was oi the man and the kindness of his heart Though ho took from tho rich he gave to tire poor he had a pleasant word for every lone and was ever ready to assist the needy and unfortunate Brete Uarte bar said that in every mans careerwhether heavenward or hellward we may find the imprint of a womans foot Tins is true as the moral law An Eve caused Crowns downfall and made ducks aud drakes of his fortune However though his star is no longer in tire as cendant he has tire sweet satisfaction of knowing that his friends are with hint yet and under tho mnguolius and orange blossoms of Honduras tropic skiw lie can live over his gay anti happy past aud perchance become a wiser arid better Ulan As reformed rakes make the best husbands aud re puiitant thieves become the flower of the police force so in all probability Lothorias turn into Galahads So in tire course of time let us not be set prised to hear of Frank Brown becom lug a preacher Stranger things have happened PERSONAL Mr Steve Bates has gone to Texas Mr D AMyers was in Nicholasville Friday Mis Mossie Parrish is at home from Danville Mr A D Flora is iu Cincinnati on business Mrs Henry Lammers is visiting in Louisville Mr J Tevis Wilkerson was In town last week Dr L II man Ion was in Louisville last week lsitllginMr K M Jackson of London was in town Friday Attorney Bush has returned from a visit to Stanford Mr Louis IJ llerrington madea visit 10 Oxford Ohio last week Miss Uettie Breck has returned from a visit to Carlisle Mr W K Letcher Sr was in Cincinnati lust week Mr W E Muncey came over from Winchester Friday Mr Jack McCord of Winchester was in town last week Mr Smith Oldham of Lexington was iu town last week Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles is visiting Mrs John IL Pates Miss Mattie Smith has recovered from a slight attack of fever Miss Eliza Harris of Mr Sterling IB visiting Mrs D M Chenault Mr Clell Ewingof Owingsville was the guest of Misstiarah White lastweek Rev J W Prather visited his son Irvine in Lexington last week Mr W S Oldhain pent last Wed acsday and Thursday in Lexington Dr and Mrs C S Holton are enjoy ing a pleasant visit to Ashvillo N u Mr Bradley Shawlmn of Cynthiana was the guest of friends here Saturday Tire many friends of Miss Sallie Bur isquiteillMrs John Feeny of Paris has re turned home from a visit to relatives ill rn countyVI8A Dr II R Gibson spent several days in Cincinnati last weekreturning home Sunday Mrs McGuire of Shelbyvllle is via ting her daughter Mrs Hugh Me Lellan Miss Olivia Baldwin and Anno lon nett are visiting Mrs WH 8lianksof Stanford Miss Ethel Heacox of Lexington is he guest of her sister Mrs Elmer DeRtherage Mr J H Nefl was called to Illinois ast week by the serious Illness of a dster there Dr Curtis F Burnam of Baltimore las been visiting relatives hero fur tho past few days James P Hubbard and wifo have joen villhlnlElder J W Harding and M 8 WS Montgomery of Lcxing 011 has been visiting her parents Mr tnlll1rg W K Let her itrbIiutueriorJ Dooglas of Nicho lasville iff visltinXher parents Mr and Mrs AY Mrs John Garner of Winchester bas returned hoiuejiltcr a pleasant visit to 9rlter Mrs BTwc-Nr NtL CIrirlei I k It1d t i ofJ J T h od America s Greatest Spring Eleilicine = spendingMr Wm H Wherrltt of Lancaster was the guest last week of his neice Mrs Mattle Jackson on Third street Mrs Frank Poteet has returned to her home in Harrodsburgfrom a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs George Cor z eliusofv branD B Shackelford were inducted into Into the mysteries of Elkdora by tire local lodge Friday nightw aWithersafter a pleasant visit to Misses Tillie and Mary Tribble During their stay a number of luncheons and card parties were given in their honor Miss Sue SIcRoberts and tire Messrs Mcltoberts of Danville were called t Cheirwho is visiting Miss Julia Higgins but who we are very glad to say is now much improved and out of danger gfewfully Monday afternoon in honor of his third birth anniversary Tho little o tinesnumerous games were indulged in p thartakendepartedinwishln him many happy returns of the- ccirsicn Miss Minva Phelps of Madison is the guest of Mrs W AT Bright When she stepped from tire train yesterday we heard her say to Messrs Bright and J B Paitou I am always glad to get back to Stanford The expres sion is one that portrays the feelings of ll vietore to this city between two hills as well as of old residenters who move away and then seeing their ngalnLincoln oVMr lleaui Leach man was a most enjoyable one and was praticiliatetI in riot only by our belles and beaux but the following young ladies from other towns Misses Olivia Baldwin andoAnna Bennett of Richmond Edna Camnitz Mable Taylorand Mcllic Hopper Ilustouvillc Misses Annie Uronaugh and Bert James Crab Orchard Miss Christine Bradley Lancas liMissInterior Journal Gen William Gentry has planned very brilliant day for tire crowd of visi bra whom ho is asking to his beautiful bRoadMales Day at tire races and the jick rabbits are to be raced for the benefit of the fair sex on this otrassion though many of General Gentrys gentlemen friends urn usKeii also It promises to be a most delightful affair and there will be a special car with guests from Frankfort and Richmond General Gentry wishes the following people tooconsider themselves asked without ther invitation and a complete list ol the guests expected was unattainable From Richmond the guests arc Mr and Mrs J W Caperton Mr and Mrs J E Greenleaf Mr John W Crooke Mr John Bennett Mr Rhodes Shack elford Mr E Tutt Burnam Mr J Tevis Cobb Mr J A Sullivan Mr and Mrs C D Chenault ExGovernor and Mrs Jas B McCreary Miss Florence Chenault Miss Elizabeth TayiorMr anti Mrs D B Shackelford Mr and Mrs George Corzelius Miss Mollie Fife Dr and Mrs A W Smith Dr and Mis C II Vatight Dr and Mrs bCheuauhtitigtou Herald RELIGIOUS Elder J W Hardiug of Winchester will preacn at Flat Woods the fifth Sunday in this month Rev Hugh McLellan spoke Sunday morning on the Development of the idea of nod In his usual interesting way he took up the idea of deity as u existed in the minds of the rants of antiquity and traced down to modern times the growth of the conception of au all powerful God to whom all things are subservient A series of revival meetings will be gin at the Baptist Church on tho first Sunday of April These meetings will be conducted by the Rev Dr L D Lamkin of Huston Texas Dr Lauikin has the reputation of being a fine speaker also very instructive and helplul in his ministrations of the gos pal Everybody cordially invited to attend these meetings Uncle Joe Hopper closed a revival of a week at the Presbyterian church Sunday night with two additions Mr Hopper is an earnest God fearing man presentations of tire gospel in Iris homely kindly simple way are in teresting anti touching indeed lIe gets close to the hearts of Iris audiences and makes them feel the power of the gospel of love and sarivat- honMARRIED BOOAEIITREYVEKS Mr Victor Bogaert tire well kuown jeweler of Lexington will sail from New York to day for Brussels where he will be mar ned in Juno to Miss Josephine Rey vers Iris sister inlaw who has hud charge of his children since his wifes death Lexington Herald Louis Gus Straus In this issue of tho CLJMAX Messrs Louis Gus Straus the widelyknown Lexington clothiers renew their ad vertisement and ask the Madison public for a share of their trade pledging complete and thorough satisfaction These gentlemen know the value of a dollar and promise to give their otis tomes their moneys worth Thoy are offering a largo anti uptodate line of goods at fire sale prices and feel sure that they can make it to your ad vantage to give them a call Read their advertisement arid when in Lex- Ington drop in and see their wares arid the cut rate prices at which they lire disposing of them News ol Dan Dougherty We are glad to note that Mr D J Dougherty who for several years wax the popular and competent Supetintent dent of the Richmond Company was last week sheeted Superintendent of the Gas Light Co of Jacksonville Florida and put in charge of its business During tho last ten years Jacksonville has grown more rapidly than any Southern city and is larger than Lexington Ky and one of tho most beautiful cftics iu the South As heretofore announced Mr J M Baldwin has succeeded Mr Dougherty aa Superintendent of the Water Light Company For years Mr Baldwin vn Superintendent of the local Telephone Company and more recently of tho Cumberland Tulephone Company The latter Company own about 300 ox changes throughout the youthrand Itt President states that Mr Raid win was one of iU nrot competent and satisfac tory managers In its entire service but as this Company very often transfer reel its managers to other points und thiiLbraond he ret ne and BO 1ouU rjll ill ids MflrwMithM ivltHcr Ii 0 Attention The ladies cf tho Baptist Church will hold an Easter Bazar on the Saturday before Easter Refreshments will be dispensed and many bargains offered You cant afford to miss it Everyone ould attend The Ladies Aid Society this church has also arranged to ing Miss Nannio Barbee of Danville a famous elocu tionist and entertainer to our city hore she will give an entertainment the Court House Thursday evening pril 4 Keep this in mind to The Contest thTicketstorical Contest may be secured from E V Tadlock and J N McDonald of University Parquet and dress c rcle seventy five and balcony fifty cents to students and to public Every student should go and take his rl such as have no girl should take emselves and those who aro prevented from going should purchase ckets any way Remember that it is to youto each student individually at the committee lisa appealed to unlverlsity The directors of the Louisville Atlantic railroad had a meeting in Versailles last Thursday and went over the road to Irvine and also over their B fc C G branch to Beatty ville on a tour of inspection General Manager B sa toidgood We have just extended the road fronrlrvine to Millers Creek distance f seven miles and have thus reached some of the lich mineral section Later y huleL E as was contemplated by the owners when tire road will undoubtedly pay wollWoodford Sun Obituary On Monday evening March 111901 ttle Alma tho sixteenmonthold of Mr and Mrs John J ilagan of Corbin Ky fell asleep in Jesus This bright and beautiful little rosebud was plucked that heaven might e brighter but a multitude of friends mourn tho loss to earthThe many friends of Mr and Mrs Hagan feel the deepest sympathy for them in their trouble and sorrow though they all feel that a precious little angel has been taken away The Lord gave and tire Lord hath taken away blessed be the name f tho Lord By His grace we will- owb in humble submission Tho in terment was iu the Richmond Cemetery A SYw1ATIIJZElCb Court Briefs Irvine Warner charged with assault ing Win Lackey with a brickbat was arraigned before Judge Kice Saturday morning and held over to await the action of the grand jury Two gentlemen of color Wm Harris and Dan Phelps by name employed in the Hume distillery at Silver Crook ecame engaged in an altercation last w eek which resulted in Harris using a lead pipe on Phelps head He was promptly arrested charged with intent to kill When brought to town it was discovered that he was also wanted for forging an order on Ruo Duerson to Covlngton c Banks Owing to these dual charges it will probably bo sometime before he regains his liberty For The ClimaxaLines Addressed to Room No 1C of Central Hotel on takiug leave of it Dedicated to my esteemed friend Mrs J R Here have I found within thy walls A restful sale retreat When worn by toil and vexed by tIres Which I so often meet Within thy quiet bounds have lWhen Morphens wrapped me in In dreamlands happy realm lived out A life untouched b sin Here hare I dreamed of childhoods days So bright and euro and sweet Here knelt in fancy as of yorcsAt mothers gracious feet And now dear room it pains me sore To take my leave of you To think perchance that this may be The lat the long adieu Farewell U should I not corns Thy comforts more to share Ill always hold The In my heart A memory sweet and rare Clay City Ky DW 3231901 PAWTLICK Mr H L Francis spent Sunday in S tanfordtMiss Bottio Francis is visiting friends in Danville Miss Maynio Ramsay is visiting in Charlotte N C Miss Sadie Sandnsky of Lexington is tho guest of Mrs R G Uuyn Miss Frankye Doty entertained a number of young people last Wednesday evening Several of the boys and girls attended the Fields Minstrel in Lancaster last Friday evening Miss Jonnie Wallace is taking a nor mal course at tIre Secrest Normal School at Kirksyille We are glad to note that Mr Will Tudor will soon ho in our town again Ho will be with R L Jennings Co the first fApriL Our Congressmen Tho Eighth Congressional District s to bo congratulated upon tho reputa ion her Representative lion G G Gilbert has wade at Washington A prominent Louisville lawyer who returned from the capitol city last week where He had been on legal business said I am always proud of Ken tucky and Kentuckiang when they are good but my heart warmed up to a fever heat for George Gilbert while I was in Washington He is ono of tin few hard workers in the House is a fluent and entertaining talker and liar as much influence with both Demo crats and Republicans as any man sent from Kentucky in years Mr Gilbert is a genial warmhearted man and his friends will bo pleased to learn that tIre contest for his place made by lIon Geo M Davisoii whom he defeated two years ago last Novem her hums been decided adversely to the contestant and that the contest now being made by Dr Williams whom ho defeated last November fill without dubt b decided In favor of JJci Gil feti LaataVilk Crhlei t Narrow EscapeoRev Charles A Logan a popular alumnus of C U of the early mlnties and now located at Jackson had a narrow escape from drowning last week which is told as follows by the Lexington Heralds correspondent at Jackson This afternoon Rev C A Logan pastor of the Presbyterian church and his wife and Mrs Margaret Hansley and her sevenyear old daughter Cora wero in a small boat crossing tire Kentucky river here A swift wind arose and blew the boat over a mill dam across tho river and ohittlo girl Cora was drowned Mrs etisley also came near being drowned She and her daughter jumped out of the boat when about to go over the dam while Mr and Mrs Logan re mained in the boat The water at this point Is very swift The body of tire child could not be found for an hour and all possible means were tried to revive tire child but to no effect Mrs Nation In Lexington Tonight Manager Charles Scott of tho opera house has returned from Cincinnati where ho completed arrangements for the lecture of Mrs Carrie Nation here next Wednesday night The woman who so suddenly sprang Into prominence and set a world talking will not come for the purpose of pursuing the policy inaugurated in Kansas Her advent in Kentucky will be interesting It is here that she opens her lecture ur In view of her Western war against the liquor trafllcshe desired to come to Lexington to make her initial bow as a lecturer knowing that tho Bourbon helped to make this State fatuous She as relatives near this city The program has not yet been completed other than that which pertains to her lecture Her subject will be A Homo Defender This subject has been widel spread Lapel buttons so numerous during campaign times now toll of it In Kansas her constitutuenls wear the s mall button bearing tho words A Home Defender and Mr Scott expects to receive some early in the week for distribution Just what sort of a reception wli marl her coming to this city has not yet been arranged Tire announcement of her coming has roused considerable interest Some ol the down town stores have ueed her name in connection with window at tractionsaiul she is often referred loin onversationsSundays Herald Fires The brazen clapper of the fire boll has een kept continually on tins go dun ing the past week sounding the alarm and telling the tale that Richmond was in tire hands of the fire god Last Tuesday afternoon a blaze we located in tho cottage of Creasy Hallow on Irvine str etand was promptly extin gnishcd by the fire laddies Friday night between 12 aud 1 oclock the department was called to Seventh street where the two dwellings owned by Mrs Mary Williamson of Ashyille N C and occupied respectively b Mr R Leo Davis and Mr W E Mun cey and their families were discovered in flames The conflagation had made such headway it was found impossible to save tire buildings The occupants barely escaped with their lives the escape of Mr Davis aged father bciug miraculous as he was discovered nd carried from the blazing house almost at tire moment of its collapse Mr Davis lost all iris furniture on which however he hurl insurance to the amount of 200 Mrs Mnnccy saved most of her household goods as they were packed preparatory to mov ing to Winchester On both the bulk ings sand a small school house In the rear which was burned also Mrs Williamson had insurance in the sur f1400o Friday morning a mattress in the residence of Mr Charles lluuley I iome way caught fire and causedagood deal of smoke but noparticulardamige About 730 Saturday morning the fire department was summoned to the dwelling of Mr A E Carse on East Maul A blaze originating in his kitchen soon hind the entire house in lames and practically destroyed it Mr Came had 1250 insurance on his house and 500 on his furniture Can Anyone Give This Information The following letter which we contains an interesting reminisence the Civil War The writer will be un ier many obligations to anyone who can give the required information DEstiNe N M Feb 22 1001 Conimoudfr U C V Camp No Oil i Jlichmond Ky DEAR Smnl write you this letter to ask you to have tire kindness to give me the name of the doctor who lived at a crossroad about ten or twelve miles west of the foot of Big Hill f n January 18t On the night of the 17th of January 1801 I with William Church of Morgans Cavalry made our escape from tIre 21st Massachusetts Regiment who laid us prisoners of war We made our escape at tho foot of Rig Hill and followed the multI road lead ing to Richmond1 until we will got to the crossroads whore tire doctor lived the first house at which wo stopped after we made our escape He gave me his name at the time but I am sorry to say I have forgotten it He and his good wife treated us so very kindly that I have appreciated and cherished their goodness all these ears that have elapsed with a grateuibenrt They gave us something to eat and to wear As he lived on the main road to Richmond he feared that if he should take us in for tho day wo would bo recaptured and he was under 5000 bond that he would not assist Confederates He gave ug tire name of a man who lived off the main road where we could slop over the treat day but we failed to find tire plato to which he referred us and went into a barn mid remained until the next night We went back to tho doctors house atul he gave us directions to Dr White wino lived west of Rich mond where wo went that night 1 would like very much if you can give me time name cf the doctor who lived at the crossroads and also tell me if Dr White is Mill living Dr White had a son who I believe was also a doctor at pie time we stopped with him Aay iRforRHttioa you can glre mo ef Ji talilll to highly iffHisMti I WM t M Q ljt 3 on the 24th of December 18C3 near Dandridgo in East Tennessee I commanded Company E Oth Alabama Cavalry Wheelers JOHN II LESTER Base Ball Chat Interest in base ball continues to grow and practice goes steadily on in good weather and in bad During the recent cold snap the candidates kept hard at at work under the direction of Coach Deninan When weather is fa vorable out door work continues from half past three until dark Rapid im provement is being made and many f the green mon aro showing up in fine shape The diamond is being scraped and will shortly be in first class order Report says that little has as yet been done by the other teams of the State At State College absolutely nothing Iras been done The team has not even been together and very little is known definitelya out the quality of the material Early in Jhe season the Transylvan- ian contained an article on K Jsprospects winch were regarded favorable BiiEsebarger the great third baseman has returned and will take a place 011 tire team If K U has many players like Uussy she will create a considerable breeze in tire base ball atmosphere Of Georgetowns prospects The News has not learned save that a couple of ringers have been hired As the old sayinggoep tire proof of the pudding is in time eating thereof so the strength and success of a team con list not in tire pulling and blowing which it does before the season opens but in the character of the game it puts up when it is lined up against an opposing nine- Whether C U has the winning team or not it is tire wish of every CU student to see an interesting and close ly contested State championship Central News IThe Evil Thai Men do Lives After Them Edlor of Tine Climax- RIOJIlIfONn Ky March 25 1001 DEAlt Sm I have written the fol owing or tide for the CMMAX and shall be glad if it can find space in your columns In a strong sermon at the First Christian church last evening the pat tor Elder E L Powell considered the various objection to secret societies and admirably answered thorn CourierJournal We do riot thtlik the Rev Powell answered all of the objections to secret societies A quiet little woman who has reared anice selfsustnining family happened to be waiting for business hours to close that she might take one of her sons home arid while waiting Ishe observed keg after teA and era e on crate of beer and wine being carried no a mom Much horrified she if a saloon was to be started on MInT 7betssocieties A society for the promotion of good morals Now I suppose these so ciety gentlemen had gone into an agreement to buy and destroy as much of this alcohol as could The Elks aro no oxceptloni knew one good woman to burn duns for Masonic fees so that her children might be fed 15 S10 S50SIOO might do much judicla1smuch good cheer in the home and for time poor When we consider that a Faloon reo ceived the highest award in Washington for decoration on the Fourth of March we can but conclude that our nation that our race is deteriorating All the electricity that could be brought to shine into out ofand around a saloon should but make us tremble and think of the fires of Satan and of the day when the Sons of God comes to present themselves before the Lord and Satan come also among them and tire Lord said whence comest thou Then Satan answered the Lord from going to and fro in tho earth and from walking up and down in it The Rev W K Huntington saul in the course of a sermon preached before the New England Society of New York in Grace church Women are the custodians of morale anninmen are largely what the enfluence of woman i makes them This is a sorry dodge We pray you lay not your sins on poor weak creatures who according to the reading of some have not brains enough to know what is best Who are not even capable of receiving a higher education No No Lay not i that flattering unction toyour souls Where little is given little is required and think not God will hold woman ac countable for the souls of men He will hardly ask in that great day did your wife mother or daughter ap provo But rather all are seperate and distinct individuals to be held nc countable for the deeds done in the bony Let not man exclaim the woman thou gayest me ahe tempted men but Jet each man arise like Cornelius and become a noble leader andImen a crusade against alcoholism gambling and a host of other social evils the women would constitute a staunch and true following Our nation would be regenerated a moral regener ation the fate of Rome is before us A MOTHER WALLPAPERS FOR 1901 boughttJ ing Factories and have now in stock theIargest arid mot Vjiried stockmtit Central Ken tucky They are each anti everyone marked at n price that simply defies S competition FioinSo on up tothefinesthsndCgoods new and corers Yellows Blues Pinks Greens Reds EtcrYou are most cordially Intvited to call and inspect selection G aiU1nWell c akades Pa s14 Oils Vameb e Brxwhee OtaM i We 1tIJW tSf IIICUOlr X THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR ft LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have a Clearance Sale I On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reduced from 225 to S1 95 All wool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to385 JOMensMens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 1 00 Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Childrens Wool Hoods colored r 15 and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HAMBURGS AND LACE We will have a nice selection call in and see our new line It will- c 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 OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky v iIRJTHESTOCK AT FIRE SALE PRICES r t pairBoysI ffi mMensSuits worth 86 at250Suits worth 87 at300= AllWool Blue Yacht Cloth at 750ffiFast Colors worth 812 I MENS AND BOYS + I OVERCOATSAt 50 Cents on the Dollar UI DEPARTMENTTTWhich has made Lexington famous is under the charge of DICK SHRYOCK who would be pleased to show vour through ffi 9 190 Mens Pants worth 250 atODepair 300 Mens Pants worth 400 at 199 Sweet Orr cc Co and Newburg rNever Rip Corduroy Pants worth 400 at S25- 0JUST RECEIVED Ik 500 Beautiful Suits from Alfred Benjamin Co 1at lowest prices for such vaIues 6 F Beautiful line of Top Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co r + LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS l L y m7Im7III 7I mM7I M7 I Xl eXtl LBXINGT N INVE TMBNT I tiPays YOU 300 for Every Dollar Invested f1 L J tr H Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR Bwea lIve a Visitor A dispatch from Lexington says that liss F H Muller of London England oisln of the famous MaxI lIer of xfordUnivewity and a wellknown ihilanturopist is in Lexington en oute to eaShe interested in the roblein of tbe negro and visited Sopker T Washingtons school at uskejtee Ala She goes to Berea to onlmue her investigation There is more Catarrb In this section the country than all other diseases ut tC her and until tire last few ears H V8 supposed to be Incl1rabl- eIIragreAt Hwny years doctors pro tounced it a local disease and pre cribed local remedies and by con tantly Jailing to cure with local reatneat pronounced it incurable cience lisa proves catarrh to be a lOU titutional disease and therefore re Hires conetitntiunal treatment Halls ntarrh Cure manufactured by F J Jheney rc Co Toledo Ohio is the only onsiltiitioual cure on time market It a taken internally In doses from 10 rope to a tspoosmfni It acts directly m tlw blood and raucous surface of the yetIiM offer one hundred iotl f8 ar1eehsrsTekdOQ8sduIwIju irb MM Plymoth Rock Eggs For Sale purebredsettingof C D MILLER Blcbraeod Ky The Future Great is making BO great noise bnt keeps moving to tha treat every day aISuccessor to J w Aabt linrj Tdi mi 11IJIRVINK ST MXAX MKTHODI8T CHDRCIT navtafmtc1customcrlcaltand fltt RfttCX tawIsgp 11 1 I C HONAKER h The Celebrated ALexington1c FLORIST i 1 Is celling the Finest maids and Brown for in thIs Drldsj 200 a Dozen Also everything else in the Floral Line 0 tJ lIVE NIM AN EASTER ouE rfitRICHMOND KENTUCKY J IMeblT f The Prefdentof Chili resigned on account of di NeationB in COB re j CJlortJlJJff1lJl Jr Js J t MR LEXDENNY t Ntifkvifr p WoOIxxiiE rimTille Tai farhg tW i oa Hyowntar AWELL SUIT t FANyVE3T rlTROUS aest4ee Frw Sh0s ii-tiai- 1M4iwit t Q I h ThwrC tt 3 M 4tr Il U i f J I z T = rp1 Ntst DESIGNS naTAlI JFWREE1 I secureaLettersiEGSIGGERS Patent Lawyer Wuhlngtc DC Him Home kin otberpropertyln tnsUtntiolOlfcsfIRE LlGI1nlN6 ANO TORNADO No assessment calls on uember when lasses occur to other Camber and no Initiation fee cnargrd to becotueaxnemberofcotupuny The cheapest and iuo retable company for the our county now operating in the lafllogtoonehaIf PADAIshouse with the County Judge Richmond Ky myL1y no E WILL SEND FRRR ct will 300 in The GermanAmer iran Doctors the Celebrated Milwau kee Specialists Will 300 Worth of Their New Special Treatment FREE to Each of our Readers WHEN phr elans otter to give away Plies it h erldent that they great laith In their treatments for chronic diseases And when hundreds freely tea tify to their unusual nkill their liberality ia worthy of feerions consideration As all amlcted readers way have 300 worth of treatment especially prepared for their case FREE with full directions we will advise them to write for it at once Address the Oer nunAmerican Doctors giving history eymo- toms of case in full correspondence- strictly confidential Plain envelopes use also plain for the packages containing medicine OEBJIAMAMEBICAN DOCTORS decl9ly S3 Mason 8U Milwaukee Wls A SOON TO MANKIND TABLERS BUCKEYE gO m zZ 1gJMl11tr1f11 11 I IImIn A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS h nt OF KY The Giant investment of the South 6q Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Company is Jw than 7 years old and has n prpntpr illlIIIIW to the buaiiitBS in force tliau any Life Company Anyetro dedrinR an Investment yielding large returns during life this Couijtauy offers apeclal sdantages K BOlA 7umN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MBS AT MILUOXt Local Agent Richmond Ey PLOWS- i mOC experienced prominent Insurance + ++ + + + + + 4++ + ++++ ++ + + + + + + + + + + 4 + I5y The season has arrived when the farmers are in of PLOWS and other Farming Implements thus In IIPIM of siiPh may know that vo ratprinx to the wants of this duKp ve call our line of 1 Plows Disc Corn Jnh1I j1LE CURE INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT DruggistsIsnWly othon Mutualvct LEXINGTON PAYS LIVING BENEFITS vLThp 380000Amount SMITH J eOO9e8e1 PLOWS I searchI Vulcan Harrows Barlow Planters New 1Hardware Stoves j Tin Ronfint nlll Gutterillg a specialty W D Buckley Tinner Call unit examine our htock before buying elsewhere ITAYLOR BROS I f cpSMIlI1 Pies F E BAIRD Sec and Tr BJ ManagereSure y Oo- J Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT It On the Market The BEST because it make you the Most Money have Vestern Tinware CONTRACT It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 for 1 business on our Rflflfr A It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment The Jeffer son than in any other Company Send T T virtuallyGroundf A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jffersonf f HOME OFFICE C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY VOITOANIZED 1866yl atO W MORRIS Pres W W HUB Vice Pres OcOF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky Tressc1t23tAdmitted Assets Dee 190 3018714 tTIKPiU3 Den 31 19 1S1509 Increase in Surplus 15097432 1A laone for lJO 77aG7 51 Ktp n Jituro fur 13M WINt to Kxcesi jnoasorer expendltare- sInsacaaca 175S1 M U J la Forcj Dosab5f 1N UU5sf IJ11 1ENNEDYSpedal Ag i lJ RICHMOND KY 4 THE YEARS CROP The statistician of the Department of Agriculture esti mates the United States wheat crop of 1900 at 522229 505 bushels the area actually harvested being 42495385 acres and the average yield per acre 1229 bushels The production of winter wheat is estimated at 350025409 bush els and that of spring wheat at 172204096 bushels the area actually harvested being 20235897 acres in the former case and 16259488 acres in the latter The winter wheat acreage totally abandoned in Ohio Michigan Indiana and Illinois is finally placed at 31 522787 acres and the spring wheat acreage totally aban doned in North Dakota and South Dakota at 1793467 acres The extraordinary rapid rate at which the winter wheat acreage of Nebraska is gaining upon the spring wheat acreage of that state has ne cessitated a special investiga tion of the relative extent to which the two varieties were grown during the past year The result of the investiga tion is that while no change is called for in the total wheat figures of the state 590575 acres have beenadded to the winter wheat column at the expense of the spring variety The newly seeded area of winter wheat is estimated at 30282564 acres While this acreage is slightly greater than that sown in the fall of 1899as estimated at that time it is 600654 acres less than the area that was actually sown the discrepancy being due to that remarkably rapid development of winter wheat growing in Nebraska wil h which as above stated the de partments reports had failed to keep pace A comparison of the newly seeded acreage with that of the fall of 3899 shows that the eleven states and territories that sowed 1 000000 acres or upward with wheat one year ago Pennsyl vania Missouri Kansas Cali fornia and Oklahoma report an increase amounting to 971 704 acres and Ohio Michigan Indiana Illinois Texas and Tennessee a decrease of J 780191 acres The average condition of he growing crop on December 1 was 971 per cent of the normal There are many complaints of the Hessian fly but the low condition figures reported from Ohio Michigan Kentucky and Tennessee 86 SO 87 and 84 respectively are fully offset by the exceptionally high con dition reported from Kansas Missouri California Oklaho ma and other states in all of which it is above normal The production of corn in 1900 IS estimated at 2105102 516 bushels oats 809125989 bushels barley 58925833 bushels rye 23995927 bush els buck wheat 9 566 966 bush els potatoes 210 926887 bush els and hay 50110906 tons The area from which these crops were gathered was as follows in acres Corn 83 320872 oats 27364795 bar ley 2894282 rye 1501326 buckwheat 637930 potatoes 2611004 and hay 39132890 The corn crop of 1900 was one of the four largest ever crophasOn the other hand the barley and rye crops are the exeeptioninbuckwheat crop is the small est since 1883 and the hay crop the smallest with one exception since 1888 Muscle ijtheit not infrequently Ds that the man physicalmngth ntiheprevent a serious sickness The cleansing of perfeetlyed the use ofi Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discov ery It dsives out the impurities and poisonous sub stances which corrupt the bloodand disease It increases the ac tivity of the blood making glands so increases pureblood the entire body with good sound fleshThere isItO al cobol nft Golden Medical Discov and it is en d tirely free from opium cocaine and all other narcotics The dealer who offers a substitute for the Discovery does so togaithe lit Lie morepro paid by ferior sued goodfor covery therefore accept o swbetrtate I tool brbotl1tJ1 orroie eNcal Diso ORliE mM4IIIIINbtimUlemU were name wkc Iwi-e GeW J4coy IIurl auyI a 4iMs1 u Tr 7 WHIPS ABOLISHED j La Jlonlteur do U SeUerle It seems that the use of whips by coachmen abeen forbidden in St Petersburg Moscow and Odessa This order in addition to meriting joSocietyCruelty to Animals has been productive of excellent re suIts Horses are quiter more amendable to the voice and conduct themselves betters We fell sure this must be the case and are convinced the rule might be everywhere adopted without inconvenient e In Russia to take the plane of the abolished whips they have brought out an elec tric harness which is capable of controlling a restive horse or one otherwise difficult to manage Through every part of the harness runs an elec tric wire connecting with a battery placed under the seato The driver can at will when necessary discharge an elec tric current upon the horse which while being quite harm less supplies the place of a whip Verily Russia must be a horses ParadiseiThe stomach controls the situation ithosefood Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat antI allows you to eat all the good lood vou want If you suffer from indigestion heartburn belching or allY other stomach trouble this preparation cant help hut do you good The most sensitive btomachs can take it Terry ThomastIn considering the inter oceanic canal fiasco it should not be forgotten that the Panama rights have been turned over to a powerful New York syndicate which was interested in postponing a decision until it had time to work on various Senators to change their advocacy from Nicaragua to the more south erly Isthmus Like Oliver Twist children ask for more when Riven One Minute Cough Cure Mothers indorse it highly for croup It quickly cures all coughs and colds and every throat and lung trouble It is a specific lor grippe anti asthma an l haslong been a wellknown remedy for whooping cough Perry Thomas The new law requiring the railways to report all acci dents to the Interstate Commission will serve to bring home to public comprehension the frightful aggregate loss of life that annually takes place on the railways of this coun try Further it will tend to make the railways more careful in their application of safety appliances When you are bilious use those famous little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Users to cleanse the liver and bowels They never gripe Perry Thomas How many people realize the way in which Italy is colonizing in South America There are now whole districts where nothing but Italian is spoken Before long it will be ItaloAmericans and not Spanish Americans who will control down there See that you get the original DeWitt S Witch Hazel Salve when you ask for it Time genuine is a certain cure for piles sores and skin diseases Ferry Thomas The mosquito theory of the transmission of malarial and yellow fever is no pretty thoroughly established That is ta say it has been proved that mosquitos are the chief if not the only cause of the dissemination of the disease Now let everybody turn to and do his snare to exterminate these pests White men who go to Okla homa in the hope of marrying one of the Indian heiresses there might as well under stand that they cannot do it unless they have 1000 to pay for a licensethis figure hav ing been fixed to shut out similar adventurers The reciprocity treaties are to be extended for a year or moreHin order to give the Senate a chance to act on them What arrant hum buggery The President knows perfectly well that the Senate has not the slightest intention ofacting on these It may be better for Cuba and temporarily better for usespecially for usthat we should not keep our prom ises to the Islanders But it is also of temporary benefit to a man who fails to meet his notes in business life The reckoning comes afterwards Tills seems a good time to bark back to the old cry The power of tie executive had increased is increasing and ought to be diminished thesymbalsandclythe seven Filipinos have surren dered And the etfd of t1i1wirI as liiaoorailo BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable Little Bookof In terest to All Women Sent f Free Every woman looks forward with feelings of indescribable y to the one event in her compared with which all others pale into insignificance How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestless on her breasthow the name ofo mother And yet her happy anticipation is clouded with dread of the pain and danger of the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of con Lant fear The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother can be entirely prevented so that the coming of the little stranger need not blooked forward towith fear and trembling Every woman who reads this paper can absolutely free a valuable and attractive little book entitled Before Baby is Born by sending her name and address to the Bradfield Regulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains priceless information to all women and- on one should fail to send fort The term Patent Medicine still clings the proprietary preparations sold atdrug- stores yet not a single one of is covered by a patent This title was applied at a time when it was the custom of the United States govern ment to grant patents there on but for many years past the Tnited States Patent Office has been following a con sistent practice of refusing patent protection for any compound within the domain of Materia Medicaj In this respect the United States is in line with all foreign coun triesFrom an opinion of E G Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aIdsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gans It isthe latest discovered digest ant anti tonic No other preparation can 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JAPANESE pI E CURBABUPPOSITOU1K3 Capwles of OIntuiCaI LUa two AnnerfaillDrCurororPUQIaf with the knife or Injections of carbolic acid whtcD permancnCnTeandffreanlun WrittcQuarantee SontynialLJAPANESE PILE OINTMENT25c a Say Cured Plies Presested LIrerPsIItthepisasato U Lr1Ja3aaeoFor sale by Stockton Hagan Druggists VILEY THE CTA1LOR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of A IMOII FABRI From New York and desires to make you an uptodata SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter orally tailor west of New York f TRY HIM w W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY 13febly OKLAHOMA I Indian I Territory Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central- By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at no- on5so htarts 01 Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville For schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER bay Pass Agt I O R R LoIIlsvlne Ky PRODUCE 1clolololo Having closed out my stock of Groceries I will now devote my entire time to the 1PRODUCEIIUSINESaI Will pay more for Poultry Eggs etc than any house in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get r prices before disposing of jwiything hi this line A i1S l hA GOTTIcMaIpx 4 FI Howi REPAIRING AND TnlEINQ Pfl 4fWATCHES A SPECIALTY r L E LANEjfe e vII aT I9t 8 All Work iuaranteeJMain Street- RIcHMOND KY ii iiiPLOW II 1 ifir Call in and see what we have in the way of PLOWS CULTIVATORS HARROWS CORN PLANTERS fc And all Kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENTL We can make it to your interest as well as our own if you will do it r w r y tJ FULL LINE OF REPAIRS Every one knows that the OLIVER I the beat Plow thats madeThe Brown Cultivator Tornado and Imperial Disc Harrows Darlow hayworth and Evans Corn Planters are standard Implements ana we OUARAN TEll every one of them 5 DESTII LOWEST D B1HAKELFO RD i gOMAT 4 MAIN STREET RICHMOND Kyifj ffi 7I7I 7 + TO QUIT + BUSINESSIUS Un Having decided to quit business we will sell our entire + + SSSf BOOTS SHOESETC Regardless of COST So if you need now or ever expect probablynever bedisposedquoted some of our prices 60lt 2 50t t 185t ft t 2 00 1 60 00Mensc 3 50Ct 2 60 35fCti 60Mens4 00 C 3 00 proportionThe Shoesand all others at same cut rates 7 Call early and select what you want we will do the rest CourtHouseFreefflall Bros t LETU- SFffiURE11I YOU ON YOUR WANT JN THE DISC HARROW ifc This is Our Wheels +++ 4SUpe orOn + + afJt + ++ 4rrrI 2 i5 PLOWOLOGY t Or the Science of Disc Mechanic 1 it ili i i WoislRahw tM plow priQciple blttitic to his thoUlandopefleeworthy tbe re4the limit hag beeItIltury Ttreord of in CIitthnoe eZPOlimehttrCo to ML Dug Plows attI1 the InwaIklUKPJO uN we ai Plow iGLil1 MiU uuw FUQ JMP Inehily THE RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1901 Sheriffs Sale JoFORLandfi Town Lots H H Colyer Sheriff of Madison county will otter at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky on- MONDAY APRIL 1st 1901 It being County Court tiny between the hours of 10 a in and 0 p in the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the tuna fur tho year 1901 WHITE LISTR KICIIMOSD so I yers MisTtaiuiie lot S 200 50Baxter1tOhI G00BisrkItGOOBrooks7UDCuruelisonColumbia Finance 6 Trust Co 100CunlliughamDavis Mrs Sallie lot 3U rllFarleFrazee Dr L J admr of J Cran 500Geutry 300farrlsonIU100 HOH B agt Fred Mulflnger 150JacobRBJlsdoryl1OSChhndl CWhiteFUXTOWX xo 2 1200GutsHarrison and Vnrk1 lot 880 IWJon681011King 0 il Wedclle Cyrus acre 3u uxiox xo 8 3Noland15SextonShearer Mrs Edith 5 acres 100 ELUSTON No4 200AdatllsButler John W 125 acres H2lJ 2tBlevinsJOOCainUenrylFin nay Mrs Mary B 15 acres 150 TGrinstead100JamessooJohnsonKing Simon and W J 15 acres 110 I1llaupullrsCush 2tnIillerp 0 11Pearson 2IrathurShort John acres Slufllot Elliott 7 acres JIO1aylor GsTribbleYATES XO 5 IlAleornJubn 00BallardClelland W 14 acres 13iO 11Cornelison 31EstillFarlev Henry 20 acres Ill 11GravesHolland Mat 85 acres 2 Hurley W H 82 acres Gp 21JacksonJones Eli 12 acres Jones Elizabeth 2bacres j 600Kindred 130Lakes310LambLamb Henry 8 acres G9 Lamb Pleasant hr 150 acres O 5lMize0 0 Maupin Julian 145 acres 81 Moore Henry C 20 acres 81 0 Riddle Leonard 2 acres 110 Rogers Bettie 50 acres Rogers Chas 100 acres 7C- Ofood Seth 15 acres 130 Vaughn Mary 7 acres 10Wesley0 1VoodanlO 4 0 GLADE so 6 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres Alcorn Dan 10 acres 21 0 Ballard Nannie 1 lot- BengePltman128acres r0 81 0 Burnell Win J 1 acre 90 Ballard GAO A 10 acres 2l 0 Best Elijah 1C acres 40 1 Burnani Mrs Mary 13 acres 16 0 Burnam Tom 30 acres 16 0 Burnell Sam 50 acres 31 0 acrest 0 aSVCollIhs John 10 acres 61rade0 M Collins Elam 15 acres BO Chasteeu Jno l lot l6p Detrinij Jas 40 acres 210 Durham Jas W 40 acres 11D Gi 110bsonGabbard Misry A 2 acres 20 Galiaway Frank B 54 acres 510 Hunter Heirs 17 acres 1G0 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 Isaacs Thos acre 20 Johnson Schuyler 1C acres 210 hnson Beyerley S 7 acres 180 Malcolm 10 acres Jones G W 22 acres 110 Kindred Renten aero 310 LewIs Will D Daces 260 Martin Mrs Susan J 27 acres SIO Maiden John 20 acres jMaupin F O lInt OO Moberly Allen nr lot 100 Moore Lou Man 52 acres 1010 Uerrett Andrew J 30 acres 90 xorvill Hugh 25 acreh3lParks Richard 75 acres S10 Plte Samuel 265 acres GlU- owell Wiu 40 acres SO restoni D A 1 acre 210 Vstoti Thos nr 1 lot iawlinp Cash M lot JOO Ramsey H B lot 3 iimtiey Alex ur 1 lot lamsiev Albert 1101 1 eynnlilB Iliftnn 1J acres 41 Sobflrtp Wm M 21 acres pogers Charley A 100 soma- ogers Felix J 50 acres litScott John 4 acres 130 Settle lieo W lot 300 ShocKley Win lot JO hockley Geo ur1lot 50 Shockley Thos 1 lot I Taylor Lucy 5 acres Ihticker Goo 2 acres Tnrpin Rbl 40 acres Van Winkle Bas B 9 acres 110 Walker Thus 111 lot 80 Warnicn Jno A 30 acres 310 Weaver Abe H 10 acres 7U KIUKLVILLE xo7 Burton Fred lot 800 Gordon Lain acres 00 Huron Nancv heirs 30 acres Jas F 1 acre 11 SiiiiMi Milton 7 acres 110 Smith R L S5 acres 1010 Miiith Dr E t B nr 35 acres 1010 tjiuiin David J nr 73 121 MILLION xo 8 Broadilns Mrs Jennie nfl 15 iicreB 110 Br near Thos ur10acres u Berryman Sam T 80 acres urton 0 Woods hrs 20 acres 2111 Elizabeth 5 Dares 110 Brock Allen 1 lot IOU BratcherGen W 52 acres 1O rews John lot 11 Elizr49 acres bl 0 Clark Elizabeth 5 acres 00 Coats J 1 care Cib Dunk nr lot 21 0 Foster Koht acre At Fain Sallie Jima nr 14 acres 160 Fain Wrack 1 acre 60 Harvey Nurris 10 acres 11 Ilollnlav Jno hrsjJ acres 31 0 linger Liicimi hrs 22 acres Wu JetikiiiH PP1 lot 100 Kidwell Towusend M 2 acres Kidwell Sallio A 1 acre Gu Kelly Nancy 8 acres 11 l Kelly Kebecca 3 acres 110- Lund Mrs S 1le 36 acres 41 0 Lowery Win Sr acre 20 Lownry William Jr 3 acres Laikes Will acre Mitchell Prurllot 25- 0loorseP B lot tMoores larkov Sli abres 2GfI Newby Talton BOO acres 22Z 100Perkillsttainey Allen lot SO Senfro Uobeit 15 acres UO 110TnlorHiram 14 acres 21 0 jOPudor1 acre 91 Turner Mrs Bettie 1 acre 20 Turner Mrs Bettieifcsister5acres 00 Vanherpciol A L 2 lots Vimem Louisa 12 acres 250VlletlerWoods Jno 2 acres auWade LISTb1RICHMOND NOxl Arthur Mitchell 1 lot S 2O thirties Henry 1 lot 100 Ifctriits Henry null Rebecca lot 100 darnes Rebecca Iud McHenry 1 lot 200 JUOllOilw210HallanlUeuna Charley lot 400 160HlxtheWmllot 7Bnrnatu35lLBurtonBroadilus John 1 lot 100 Jampbelt EiderWand M Embryl lot 100 Campoell Matt 1 lot 150 110Covington oCrutcberJOOEmbry 600EslillEstill Mary 1 lot 700 200Fisher80HarrisHarris Win 1 lot 0 150Hocknda 200IrdneJarman Robt 1 lot 350 2J0LenseyMatthews Nannie 1 lot 100 350Mitchellllary 150Moss140NolnndNoland Celia 1 lot 300 250ParksParks Shell 1 lot so 200PhelpsRhodes J P n r 1 lot 200 GOOHhodesRhodesJames lot ISO 200Stroud Smith Scott Hot 390 Smallwood Chas 1 lot 60 Stone Irene 1 lot OO Tomlin Henry lot 70 Tribble Most 1 lot 800 Tribble Harry bra 1 lot 000 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 400 Turner Dan 1 lot 150 Turner Dan hrs 1 lot 400 Turner Jerry ndmr Mat Campbell Hot Walker Owen 1 lot 100 Walker Root lot 300 Walker Tom hrs 1 lot 200 Walker Wallace 1 lot 200 Walker Nancy 1 lot 200 Walker Elias 1 lot 100 West Sarah 1 lot 120 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Harris 1 lot 300 White Jas Sr 1 lot RO White Hose Jr 1 lot lQO White Wm 1 lot HO White Dave lot 200 Winfleld Millie 1 lot OO Wiiiileld Dow 1 lot JOO tVIIams Luke 1 lot OO Williams Sal lie 1 lot 400 Willis Lizzie 1 lot all Willis Edney 1 lot 210r00v2DMary S acres S 1G0 Burgin Strother 7 acres 110 Carr Henry hrs 7 acres 160 Chenault Sam 2 acres 30 Harris Smith 15 acres 110 Hillhash25acres 570 Jones Perr 20 acres 2G0 Jones Dave bro and sister 20 acres 210 Lan fonl Amos 4 acres 210 Jeff 5 acres 110 Million Simon 2 acres 00 Million Celia 15 acres J30 Million Mark 2 acres 110 Smith Scott 2 acres co Smith Ed 2 acres 30 hievens Richs hrs mere 60 Thompson Andv hrs 12 acres 260 itivhite1113DUNION NO aIChenault Harrett 3 acres 60 Ulienanlt John 5 acres 60 Hnnter stile 1 acre 9D Mnrry Alire nerd llu Martin Win 14 stereo 16- 13lligerlYoodaur28acres Sit Kobiiieon Marj 25 acres 100 Shearer Maranda acre 110 hearer Jack 7 acres 260 ELIjISTOX NO 4 sBlaluuuHrttes Hettie hrs 3 acres 30 Bate Henry 2 acres lu GO13adea Muss 7 acres Kallew Frank 15 acres Bats Steve 23 acres Burton Thos 1 acre Ballew Wm acre 40 Cuvin ton Howard 2 acres 00 Covinirton Ed 4 acres 110 Collins Hum rd 20 acres 160 Cornelison China 1 acre 30 Davis Caroline 3 acres G- OEstill Sallie EllN Daniel 24 acres Ill Emhry Charles 2 acres 60 Estill Dollie acre 60 Field Ben acro 210 11ra Harris Fannie 2 acres 00 Harris Emily 47 acres nO Kavnuswlh Joe hrs 3 acres 00 Mayo Leando 2 acres 60 Oldham Viuey his 8 acres 110 Oldlmm Harrett 6 acres 110 Robinson Ephram 10 acres Rogston Woodson 3 acres Simpson pariah 1 acre 00 Warner Allis 4 acres no YATES NO O Ballew Pollie 11 acres Ballew Frauk7 acres 60 Broaildus Jennie lire 1 acre 00 Chailwell C C 75 Horse SIU 1tlUDnnson Lany 30 acres lIt Fitzpatrick Frank 4acres acres3U 00 Jackson John 1 acre tki Kavanaugh Arch 4 acres vu Cavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 60 Muss Minter 2 acres jI1 MHiipin Charley acre ltl Oldham Albert 24 acres ISU Parks John 2 acres Simpson Ike 3 acres Tribbe KittieCaoreH 110 Tribble John Henry 30 acres 100 Yates Taylor 11 acres 110 GLADE NO 6 Adams Henry 1 ncre Blythe Sidney 1 acre 21 Bocie Lucinda 20 acres 2l Ballard Howard lot 100 Burnam Alex J r 2 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb J acres 110 Bowman Cynthia 3 acres 60 Burnam James C acres 310 Bennett Wm nr 3 acres 1gCrigler Dave C 1 acre Clark Mrs Mollie 1 acre 60 Denny Amanda 2 acres Go DiKge Buttle 13 acres 100 Dugs Sidney 8 acres 110 Dnnson George 1 acre iO Dunson Win 15 acres 210 Duett Thos 0 acres 110 Embrv Alcy 1 lot 100 Francis Sam 3 acres 100 Farris Edna 1 lot 50 Farris Millie Fish Robt 5 acres 160 Franklin Charley 1 acre Gentry George acre 1 Gentry Joe 21 acres Harris Wm hrs 1 acre 100 Herd Wm 5 acre no Jenkins Ed 34 acres Logan Elijah 1 lot 350 Miller A agt Mary Milter hrs Hot 200 Martin Easter 5 acres 360- Martin Ben 4 acres 210- Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres 260 Miller Moses 8 acres 100 Morgan Tobitha 1 lot 200 Martin Shad 4 acres 21 o Patton Frank 2 tines 11 Pevton Frank 1 acre 80 acres 00 RossAnderson 2 acres 16 o Rhodes Narsis 1 lot 300 Stapp Archie 1 lot 350 Malinda 1 lot 450 Simpson Anderson 1 aero Scott John 4 acres 31 Vaughn Allen 2 acres Tribble Troy 4 acres 00I Walker John L 1 lot 100 Walker Spencer 1 acre 00 Walker John 1 acre rA White Allen 2 acres HQ White Willis 12 acres ICO Willinore Geo 3 acres 200 Walker Peter 0 acres 100 KIBKSVILLE NO 7 Brooks Jack 1 Hero 60 Bogie Alex 2 acres 70 Bennett Robt 2 acres 110 Campbell Edna 2 acres 110 Dennie Ben 1 lot O Duerson Harry 18 acres JiO Fish Sarlna n r 2 acres 210 Haynes Goo and Caroline 75 1020IMartin Dabney 4 acres 210 Million 1 acre 110 Royston Roht H lot 300 200ShearerSmith Belle 1 acre 310 Turner Mat lot 300 Turner Chas hrs 4 acres CO Turner Sam C acres 210 Tye Irvine 2 acres 110 MILLION NO 8 4GreenR H COLYER Ouiar4w Sheriff DOES ADVERTISING PAY r Does adveitising pay This so often discussed more or less by many great and small who are engaged in the endless field of commerce could be answered in almost as many ways The loon Chauncey M Depew once asked Is Life Worth Liv sayingliver ands truthful is this appliedtotising pay would beUit all depends upon the advertiser It has been said by some that advertising is a hard bill to pay especially when no direct quicklyaid by many that a doctors payNow beoilection we find that the ad vertisement to the merchant is about the same as the doctor is to the patient i e no large benefit is obtained di theDbring final benefit it is the same as an ad which is wrong jfbothnosed studied and continued with proper care and treat ment the result in nine cases out of ten will be beneficial GuII this age of particulars and specialties it has become a visible fact that the intelli gent buyer is anxious to know what is in the market and the state of the art in the goods which he desires and tries to acquaint himself of their dif ferent merits etc As a rule he is best suited if he can see or read particulars in an ad descrlptioIioftenleads particularkind wantsIt would therefore seem logical in great measure that descriptive advertising when practicable moreoin the costThe merchant who describes his wares in his ad correctly never makes a mistake and if a cut or illustration accom the ad so much more complete and forceful is the silent messenger that represents him ana solicits business for him in the paper or the trade journal whilea dry ad misplaced is onla waste of good money But the wide mereswim you what you can find at his place of busi ness and places his ad before the public eye in an intefest ing manner and seldom fails to realize on his investment Maximo Gomez seems to be as frank a humbug as anyone could hope to find Moved thereto by General Wood he declares in favor of continued American occupation moved a little later by some one else inocursed Americans You pays your money and you takes your choice