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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L r l rk wr I i 10 rTftd RICHMOND CLIMAX 1 0 yi 1P LU11E27 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1901 k iFROFfSSIONAL OAR OS tr03lNZYS E ROBERTS ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jffOtct over Climax Office with Jaa B Mc Creary Second Street 2 W M1LLEPV ATTOBXBTATLJLW i Ricauoxn KENTUCKY tolnnerilNational JA StrLLrv ATTOUNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anils groceryV W R LETCHERv Atlorneyat Law tRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office withT J Smith Jr over Covington MttcheWaV j TALEOX CKSO- 1qXTTORNEYTLMVj RICHMOND KENTUCKY tI vOffice in Prather Building Main Street I PHYSICIANS IPRt1 GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office la thr oe Colin building it and to Sec ond Street ore Vnue aold druettort 17 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College t Veterinary Dentistry and8terlllty a Specialty WOJlce at ray stable on corner First and vraterrStreets Richmond Ky aprtly 11 C JASPER MIMedicine and Surgery Qfface Prathcr Buildine Main Street Telephone at reiidence the Carr place on roadway RlCIIrfOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL UBG1tTV rT Oatt t tonSO i tlBNTJSt kVO LoivC- YAenext door to Government Building RicamSnd Ky Office houra 3 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Dr Louis H Landman t1formerly of Cincinnati Ohio y llll Madison Avenue Covington Ky I wtflbeat Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAX 8 1901 leturnlng every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich j pond Ky maylly Mmej HAMILTON vv LADIES TAILOR H A4D DRESSMAKING bctieo and xnife Plaiting Vf Richmond Ky tf l1ffiOOdS ILV IND Oirr prices ibihpet you to trade with us fewhen you give us a trial IIV Te lathes cannot io ufv i ed by catchy phrases nor 1 bombastic claims 411 I we have to say is we buy Iti1I the best markets of 4he world ie1et the la nd when you cyyG know hav- euptodatelatest I Is that what you If no trade with 1 iLT + 4+ I3S MERSHiN- J PAlLOR I t and Ot refreshing of drii1t8 that can be fouDd in the are pned1- ui4o atCUId aecomnw injf clerks desdpa Water Kift TM pie 3 VSti RICHMOND KY t JEWELRY rThe Kentuckywill VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Islington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and t+ Swiss Watches alsp t s t Diamond Setting and fine + Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I iilso make a specialty of MEDALS lzninJHave you Seen oflIrynntimes My Motto ANDFAIR Victor Bogaert S7E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13febly THE BEST PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is the TwiceaWeek Courier Journal The equal of many dames and the superior of uedWednesdayand you get it for only JOO A YEAR NewsMattersA liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Wrlto to COURIERJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AURANOEMENT YOU CAN GET TilE RICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office ATTENTWN PLEA E iTo Our Pretty i WALL PAPER i t+ 4+ t +++ + + + + + + + + + + WKdeIreto call your attention that as this In the beginning of a new year as well as the Mill Century that we are en ilcavorin to keep up with progress of true this year by enlarging our stock of Is WALL PAPER e DECORAT1TE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we ave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish you Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate de signs and feel confident we can sr wants In this line We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper you may select antI will cheerfully furnish es mat ea on work in this line t Free of Charge tWe respectfully invite you to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see our wall paper and get OUt prices before buying lIS we can save you money and we will take pleas ure in waiting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowest Thanking you in advance we arc Yours respectfully PERRY THOMAS Wall Paper Co- W L LEEDS Painter and Decorator ljntf PHONE 75 +SOUTHERN Kill LWI1Y IN ENTtJKY CiD iBtod Sekedil Is Eftet May 10 1800 EASTBOUNIX NO L NOSk N 3LT Louisville 745am 400pm 745pm Ar SheibyvilleLlOam 631pm an5pm Ar Larencebg9m lI pm 945pm Ar Versailles laiBam 647pm taCMpm Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm ia30pm WESTBOUND Nofi N NO 4 LT Lexington7Ouam 435pm lam Ar Versailles 7i5am 602pm 5am- Ar Larenebgaam E3Jpm 553am Ar ShelbyviUe9IOam 015pm 030am- 1048amAT LouLvUle 740pm 7JOam XASTBOUMU WUTJlOUJID Not3 tNl No 4eOpai 740pm ia40aa 4pm NolIlBTTIOlfB K3Opm lUOara TBpm 440pm 720am V73pm 430pm 710am SASTBOU3ID WZSTBOUSD a l tNo67 STATIONS ioltioe37- 4am LT LonlsYll Ar Itt4eam 740pm kMpH LIOsm tV 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i0 Las AN INCIDENT Of St Patricks Day in the Metropolis of Powell County IDurrttt White In Powell Co NriFsl On the morning of the 17th inst Powell countys metro polis Clay City put on her holiday attire in consequence- of the announcement of the youngAngloSaxon Soper This model young specimen of the genushomo- has expressed an inclination to become a denizen of the- GatewayCity Mr James E Soper who is the chief clerk of the Clay City Stave and Lumber Cos store is himself much grati tied of the prospect of an efficient and hustlingassistant in the discharge of the ardu ous and responsible duties of his position Ere the sweet sunlight of last St Patricks morn had kissed the horizon of the east the happy father clad in his Sundays best was upon the streets receiving the con gratulations of his legion of admiring friends A trans atlantic smile illumed his classic face His manly heart beat light as sun kissed zephyr touched by tropic seas and a melody filled his voice rivaling the angelic Life now to him a newer meaning hath and duty sweeter pleasures- In the diary of Mr who sometimes courts the muses are written in his own fair hand the following tender jingles St Patrl ks dayGod bless the Saint Hath filled my life with Joy In bringing me this blesscd morn A precious eight pound boy My years will know no shadows noW My pleasures no alloy My cup of human bliss U filled By this my eight pound boy God bless you Pat for what youve brought Its sure no Idle toy Sacred we will hold your namer I and my eight pound boy Such is life Heres to you fellowtraveler in lifes broad thoroughfare May your future years ever be as full of bliss as now and eachvrer curring natal lay of Erins patron saint an inspiration- be VALLEY VIEW From The Argent After a suspension of sever weeks the Southern Lumber Co started up Friday Frank Spurlock aged 12 years was wounded above the right eye by the explosion of a 22 cartridge which he was attempting to drive into his pistol the hull of the cart ridge striking as aforesaid in flicting an ugly wound On account of the illness of her mother Miss Addie Clark has been forced to close her school at this place Fishing is fine at this point W rB Howard iis a candi date for the Republican nom ination for Magistrate and says he is in the race to stay The contract for building the lock and dam will be let the lOthof May Workwill then begin on the lock and dam giving employment to several hundred men Vlien a book ngeiiticoines along and lets us oft easy we are alwttyB grateful to him AtcliiKou Globe Every woman loves to think of the time when a soft little all her own will nestle In her boom fullyV satisfying the yearning which lies inV the heart of every good waman But yet there la a black cloud Hovering about the pretty picture In her mind which fijls her with terror The dread of childbirth takes away much ot the Joy of motherhood And yet It need not be so For sometime there has been upon the market wellknown and recommended by physicians a liniment call- edMorners Friend which makes childbirth as simple and easy as nature Intended It It is a strengthening penetrating llnlrrcnt skin readily absorbs It gives tho muscles elasticity and vigor prevents sore breasts morning sick ness and the less of the girlish figure An Intelligent mcthtr In Butler Fa WeroI again I would obtain 0 bottles U I had to pay 5 per bottle for ltK Get Mothers VIcsdVat the drug store pr bOtdC JllECIIAOfIflDIIGtlATCRtOA Wilt tor oar fnwOJastrated book Before ilubjr Is oroI MORGAN THE RAIDER- A Funny Incident on One of His RaidsL- CourierJoumnalj Morgan was regarded by the Union soldiers iis a holy terrorsaid one of the fa mous cavalry leaders men and stories have been spread among them reciting how he shot down his captives and gave mercy to none On the contrary he was kind hearted as those who knew him can attest He was fond ofajoke though On one of our raids we captured about 25 Union men near Murfreesboro Tenn They expected nothing else than to be shot down after the general had first eaten a good meal They be gun to talk about it soexcited ly that some one reported the matter to General Morgan Walking from his tent he ordered the prisoners to be drawn up in line Then mounting his horse he rode to the center of the small column and said to them that they must be acquainted with his methods of getting rid of prisoners and he personally regretted that such a fine looking body of men had fallen into the hands of a man who it was known to them all sacrificed human life as though he was shooting down a fatted calf One little Dutchmanat the head of the line grew weaker and weaker as the Generals speech wore on until he final ly burst into tears exclaiming Oh for Gotts sake vot villmine family do The Generals heart was tonched Riding up to the little Dutchman he placed his hand on his head and said Why God bless you my man I wouldnt harm a hair in your head for my life You were all so scared on account of the bad repute in which you held me that I thought I would play a practical joke on you You will waste time if you try to cure indigestion or dyspepsia by starvinji yourself That only makeri Jt worse when you do eat heartily You always need plenty of goOd food properly di ctated Kodol Dyspepsia Cure id the result of earB of fccicutiliu research fur- omething that would digest not onlv some elements of food hut every kiwi And it in tho one remedy that will do it Perry Thomas The government has located the 700 000 and odd that was Captain Carters share of the Savannah harbor loot but is said to be considering a pro position from the noble captain- to release him on condition that he will not oppose its confiscation Skin troubles cuts burns scands and chafing quickly heal by the use of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It is imitated Be sure you get Da Witts Perry Thomas ABOUT YOURHUSBAND When you marry him love himAfter you marry him study himVIf he is honest honor him If he is traitorous watch himIf he is generous appre ciate him Ifhe is selfish shame him When he is sad cheer him When he is cross amuse him Whnhe js talkative listen tohiinVWhen he is quarrelsome ignore him I If he is slothful spur him If he is noble praise him If lie is ignoble shield him If he is confidential en courage him If he is secretive trust him If he is jealous cure him If he is indifferent pique himIf he cares naught for pleasure coax him If he favors society ac company him If he does you aV favor thank him When he deserves it kiss him Let him know how well you understand himV But never let him know that you manage him The United States has 1emnItyfrQm willingness to abate down its claims to vrhaievtr sum Cbioa caa afford to pay e rb1elasI r BloodWe on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live byrWhen strength is fulland spirits high we are being refreshed bone muscle and brain in body and mind with con tinual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Back of the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It sets the whole body goingagainman woman and child ramplitsSCOTT r BOWXB Chemists 4W5 Tearl Street Xew York joe and roo all tlrusjist STATE BOWLINGTOURNAMENT Louisville has taken the in itiative in arranging for a big State Bowlibg Tournament which will be held on Owens Alleys June 24 30 All the bowlers of the State are in vited to participate It is the intention to make this the biggest bowling event ever held south of the Ohio river Prominent officials of the American Bowling Congress will be present Handsome prizes will be offered including several costly trophies In addition all the entrance money will be made up into first second and third prizes for each championship event There will be an individual championship a twomen team championship and a fivemen team cham pionship The schedule will be announcee as soon as the entry list is complete- Representative men have been chosen to direct the Tournament which will be in the nature of a public enter prise Mr R W Brown of the Louisville Times has been President of the Executive Committee Mr Charles F Grainger President of the Boardof Public Works is VicePresident Mr Jas S Escott President of the Southern National Bank is Trersurer and Mr Max M Blann a wellknown authori ty on bowling is Secretary These gentlemen have asso ciated with them a capable corps of assistants who be long to subcommitteesim- mediately responsible to the Executive Committee The object of the Tourna ment is to place bowling on a higher basis to create rivalry between the clubs of the van ous towns and cities the State and to bring bowlers together in a spirit of good fellowship Bowling is a clean sport It is a game that is growing in popularity every day and a State Tournament the kind proposed cannot fail to ad vance the best interests of the game but is bound to prove a pleas int event from a sporting and social stand pointVisiting bowlers can ar range games among them selves in addition to taking part in the regular Tourna mentThere are numerous alleys in the city and every facility will be granted visi tors who wish to play match games with rival cities while here oV who desire to indulge in practiceVRailroads are expected to grant reduced rates for the Tournament All bowlers in the State whether they be long to clubs or not are requested to correspond with the Secretary Mr Max Brunu 635637 Fourth Ave relative to entrance Ulanks andadditional information re garding the Tournament 1001IANTITHXIX Full swig blSKASES fromIIfDeYsaxuceeededthJsolMintheteaeriaofuwjaedjseaeeeand Aatitexln whichla manufacture oaly by theDeVaax Chemical Co of Chicago Overtee990 have been tICBU fees4ed andnUytbla remedy Hottstreated wKh the irIgevwjeoftbirAat4oxinJnalcltwiWW rsfaMedU qebo111AtIea1ValcrStaprIy r VV NEW YORK FASHIONS Linen blouse cuffs and col lars appear upon tailormade bolero jackets All fashionable tea gowns have large sleeves- A smart walking gown shown by Lord Taylor has bolero jacket with habit tails in back short front wide draped waist band and full waistcoatEgyptian chains beads and other trinkets are in the widest possible demand Dainty pastel shades still prevail in dress goods Some elaborate reception gowns are of white satin wrought with gold silver or pearlsLiberty silks andsatins have superseded taffetas for young ladies wear Some prettywedding gowns are of liberty silk combined with panne Sleeves are finished by a flounce or puffed waistband of contrasting colors or one harmonizing with the corsage trimmingsThe brides go ingaway gown may be of one material or another but her goingaway trunk invariably of one style and manufacture Those who wish to know what kind of a trunk it is can send to the Innovation Trunk Co 243 Fifth Ave New York for the handsome book they publish illustrating and describing it Laces and embroideries will play an important part in the adornment of waists and of costumes entire Empire gowns are popular One graceful model heighten ed in effect by being worn over an R G lace corset is of white silk and oolstrip pedmaterial withaccessories of dark velvet appliqued with white lace White will be extensively worn A white lace gown is always clic EVELYN CABLE Lat viutur I was confined to my lungiNothingwife bought a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure that effected aepeedy cure thiatjxcelieitM2tlcnftv Ia PefryThomasi Now Mr Morgan has or ganized a dry goods trust with a capital of 20000000 The universal trust is rapidly approaching and when it arrives we the people will probably simply confiscate it andrun it as a national co operative concern Those famous little jiiila DeUitte Littlu Early Risers will remove all im yourbowelsThomas THE OjtfGIN OF YAN KEE DOODLE Saturday Evening Postl By many nations has the air of Yankee Doodle been claimed It is said that it was first sung as a vintage song in the south of France and in Holland the reapers were used to lighten their labors with its lively strain The tune was first sung in England in the time of Charles I and after the uprising headed by Cromwell the cav aliers used it to ridicule the Puritan who was said to said to have ridden into Oxford on a small horse with his single plume fastened into a knot which was derisvel3 called macaroni Yankee Doodle was introduced into America in June 1755 When Braddock assembled the colonists near Albany for an attack on Forts Niagara and Frontenac a British army surgeon Dr Richard Shuck burg seeing the old Conti nentals in their ragged reg imentals recalled the picture of Cromwell qn the Kentish pony and writing down the notes of Yankee Doodle gave them to the uncouth Continental band as the latest martial air from England The joke became apparent 25 years later when to t music of Yankee Doodle Lord Cornwallis surrendered to these same Continentals Congressman Hull has start questionlissays to study the general situation or to holy on th work IWie U gr bbiog corporation oT wiuefe be l Prei4tVV 1 k T 71 71 71 7r = M7I 7F 71 7f 71 F7 ft 1 71 6 IP1 to show Your who I IoJ m 70 71 f1 NUMBER 48f ia BllSTHE BALANCE OF OUR SPRING STOCK AT FIRE SALE PRICES IBoysMens Suits worth 7at300AllW-oolBlue Yacht Cloth at750Fa-stColors worth S12- MENS AND BOYS OVERCOATSAt i JIIbepleased through 4190 Mens Pants worth 250 atODe pair 300 Mens Pants worth 400 at 199 Sweet Orr Cov and Newburg Never Rip Corduroy Pants worth 400 at250- JUST RECEIVED CoIBeautiful line of Top Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co LQJJJ Et GUS TRAU LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 4 yy yyyyy7f 71 71 71 71 71 F 7 111 CHEAP ICE CREAM Take a gallon of new milk and place all of it except a pint or a Mttle more into a pan over the fire and let it be heating With the pint make a good custard using two eggs and thicken with two ounces of corn flour When the milk approaches the boil ing point add the custard stirring it constantly till it thickens Set aside to cool and when cold freeze in the ordinary way Cuba continues to think that the United States ismer- elyinrethP1abffing tam Jtdnienthn Jtliat vwhen it has had time for a sober second thought will keep its pledges to the island Cuba however should realized that it is going to be a long time before Uncle Sam sobers off sufficiently to takethatsecond thought The wreck of the Merrimac has been destroyed by dyna mite Counting everything this vessel cost the United States nearly a million dollars this however was much less than it would have cost us had Sampsons plan for block ading the Spanish fleet inside the harbor by means of it successfullIJJD Ever have v Then them thing tell themJ know how everything looks and how you Ire about ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it yournerves after all Thats where the trouble is Your nerves are beingpoisoned from the impurities in your blood AYQr3 sarsaparilla purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health andstrength activity and cheerfulness This is what cc Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla the land the kind that was old before KoerSarslp- ariUasWerekoown This also accounts for the saying One bottle plAyers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind si a baSk ur dauleli 1 DoaIfNa St lsVaec pial whatever 4sl yesb4y1uuuT on = rwttfr a pn xt rc art A4dveeVJ cATXIt Lowh Autt l E E t1l ro 71 I 5 F C eJ p 7r 1 J cmrA j 1fV Fifty Cent a Year Loss TJian a Pepp s THE SOUTHS LITERARY pfa rl Numboj LPublished at Atlanta Ga flU After a career of more lCs activity in the Southern dield for Til over a of The Sunu South has l econie hitoryItI over It devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers tuid their own Story paper Short rtories sketches incident f war and of peace anecdotes at home and alleld poems 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both for only 125 a year Remit that amount to The Sunny South and get these two great papers One Literary tile other News Address nil letters and remittances to rTHE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA l 04 T TTT Y Y Y w EXaTQNIVETMET 0 Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested t Branch office front room over Joplins furniture storeV P TODD MGR IX NEWS AND OPINIONS+ + + + + + 4 OF National Importance ALONE O Daily by mail 6 t iDaiIy and Sunday 8 t The Sunday Sn t Is the r a rW Bl itee copy mail 82 year i1 1 ADDRESS THE NEW YO X g rd r W j s r or is is Is Is 4 to us Is is it combination a i 1 J lIL X TI eoBs iMSunr- ayNewxitbe SUN Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE LIMAX And The OHIO FARMER ti CLEVELAND Both One Year For ffi 715 L iS0pI Tho OHIO FARMER Cleveland Oi is the best agricultural live stock market Aiicuiotne weekly journal In thin country For every member of the family It tells bow to make the farm pny arJthe home happy It has 20 pagesMuports Largest Actual staff of practical editors and correspondents all farncrB It Always Stops at Expiration of criptiooiNn wide awake farmer wllt1eI44i ont this ffrwt hrm aad hwi jw l It will ray for Hi4rff tl M dpski v I Ad4issVVV1 C1InaxRrlnt 4Jt 1rr 1 jchmond Climax PrrIetorfra DAVIS EditorOS H PICKELSro Associate Editor In VEDNESDAY Y APRIL 37 1001- rCRWIIUItIUVItIY VaDN DAY BY 0hc Climax Printing Co PRICK 12YEAIt 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB COUNTY JDDOIi N D TURPIN FOR COUXTYA1TORtET iJTEVIS COBB FOR SUERIIP J01IU P WAUERS y 0H J11E1 JAMES u AIKKY LICOr 4on IT JESSis FOR xcrsKSKXTAiivB 8EAROYrFOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT J W WAGERS Poft- GEORGI ASSeSSOR NOLAND tFOB SUBVBTOB 8 P tOCK POE COBONBB CLIFF BAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CITY ATTORNEY TALBOTJACK80Nomce of City Attorney subject to the action gtIin emocratlc party Cr4wELLsAttorney subject to the action of the Demo dalle party We are authorized to announce W B Attorneytbject Foa CLARENCEERichmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce DAVID B ofrlUmmondparty We are authorized to announce JAMES B City4oftichmondocratic party CALVINMAUPINRichmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party L THE Now York World which ever since the election of McKInley Las ligilIi8 jow rfiil search light focused jjj lIt wiblicaiijiatioaiir o UCiiiou in a w4y to Inake cer 5 taiials high in ollce equlrin i- njtrr MiDtB cliarfjesJn a recent issue that tcrhiii favored banks have in their coffeis nearly ninety millions of bytheSocritaryinterest and lonnefl out by them at their established vates of discount These banks merely have to win the favor of Secretary Gage and deposit government bonds rV the amount asked for and the cash forthcoming And bearIn mind these Konda draw inter ostwhjcb the ownerithe banks collect in addition t e revenue accruing from use of tIOfley Chief among these favored faJLJutions is the Rational City Sew YOlk owned by the StaAW Oil Trust which alone hat foiiW nd a half mint of tills goj V it money Th ik4of it ttJ9Jst sura wrung fmm the pockets of the peoplo by un just taxatioh turned over to this giant monopoly hot only without interest but doubly paid to take itand used cnlargeftsfenBees public Those who voted ff1r tf fIeY with the honest convie itipuSat his election would result in c the growing power of the trnstSvWiil plpase note the above fact Tlits base truckling oTVil sdHHIlistrav tion to tho Standard Oil power to gether with the recent appointment of Philander C Knox formerly with the Carnegie Steel Company now the chief factor in the United States Steel Combine to be Attorney General am to our mind confirmation strong as proofs of holy writ that nothing in the way ol relief from the grinding ex actions of these greedy monopolies may be expected from the party now In power which has shown itself to be the guardian if not the open ally of the trusts CJiBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Ii IeI IirWe invite you to look Every courtesy will be shown you whether you buy or not EookYes r iment of them We bought twentyfive combination Book Cases Theyall came in at once Its too many You know how we cut down stock Well see these prices and the price will explain our method They are on the first floor Tl ey are marked in plain p figures They are in Oak or Mahogany They range in price from 1250 to 3500 II C1F1BroerCo1 M1N AD BROADWAY LJlnJGT Xf gya- p41 f I Lexingtonand who is courageous and patriotic rltldingthatmorants that have been sucking its lifeblood lor years The gentleman we refer to Is Mr C B Lowry President the Lexington Hoard Aldermen who has brought suit in the Fayette circuit court to abolish certain city offices which bo claims are not only useless but illegal and to secure decrease in the salaries of others reducing the an somethinglikethat the Mayor receives over S2000 a year and has a clerk to attend to the business of the office while he talks politics and horse and looks after his private affairs The City Treasurer be alleges also has a clerk to lookafter that office while he manages his cloth lug store Such unwarranted and reckless extravagance he maintains is responsible for the heavy burdens of taxation that the citizens of Lexington have to bear and he Is for calling a halt Whether he succeeds or not his effort will at least serve to direct public attention to the fact that not only in Lexington but in other citiesand towns big salaries are paid useless officials and this may lead to reform in this respect Mr Lowry is the man who while recently acting Mayor in the absence of Mayor Duncan shut up the pool rooms and forced the saloons to obey the Sun4ay closing ordinance and we shall watch with much interest this latest attempt of his to introduce further reform into the municipal af fairs of tho Bluegrass capital Now let those Republican and partisan editors that have beenslanding on tneir hind legs vociferously declaring that the alleged assassins of Goebel would get only the hot end of it in Judge Cantrills courtceaso their yawp ing After being out less than two hours the jury in the case of Garnett Ripley of Henry county one of the ciptains of a detachment of ITaylors army of intiimidulion on trial at Frankfort found him not guiltyot participating in the conspiracy to kill Gov ernor Goebel and ou Saturday last promptly rendered a verdict of acquit tal Every facility for a full fair and impartial hearing was afforded Ripley The effect of the trial upon the other cases is not certain but it is taken to show that Taylor Finley and the other fugitives now sojourning in Indiana for their health if guiltless need not fear to return and stand trial IT took a Boyle county jury only two hours to decide the fate of Reuben Quinn the negro blindtiger keeper bontenced to death at Danville Satur day for the murder of Policeman Ornin who Was shot down in cold blood in that city about a weeK ago while in the discharge of his duty This prompt action of the authorities in meting out to the culprit time swift and certain punishment that the crime deserved let ting the law and not Judge Lynch fix the penalty as is too often the case peaks volumes in praise of the good people of Boyle and if repeated in other counties will no doubt have a salutary effect in lessening crime in the old Commonwealth A HILL recently passed by the Ar kansas Senate makes it unlawful to drink intoxicating liquors without first taking out a 53 dramdrinkers license Hero in Kentucky such a law would be impossible for the reason there would he such a rush to obtain tho privilege nobody would UP left to issue the license A PEXSIOX of 8 per month baa just been granted to time widow of General John C Breckinridge for her husbands service in the Mexican war The pension includes back pay amounting to 1350 Mrs Breckinridge is 76 years old and resides at Lexington j A BUCKEYE editor suggests Mark Hanna for President in 1004 That ed itor is off his equilibrium Everybody knows Mark has been time president in fact if not act for the past five years PERSONAL Joe Watts Is in Texas Mr Harry Stout spent Sunday in ParisMrs L Rutherford Blanton is in Cin cinnatiMrs T J Scott was in Lexington weekMr Ilngan was in Lexington last week Mr Fred Grinstead spent Sunday iu FrankfortMr Mrs Mat S Cohen are in New York Mrs T D Chonault Jr was iu Lexing ton last week Miss Antic Bennett was In Lexing ton last week Miss Florida Gibson is visiting Lex ington friends Mr S A Bullock was in Winches SaturdayMr Walker of Louisville is the guest of relatives here Mr W D Oldham has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Miss Belle Fish of Nicholasville is visiting Mr and Mrs B J Clay Mrs Hugh McLellan has returned from a short visit to Shelby ville Mrs Francis E Beauchamp of Lexington was in town last Tuesday Mr Harry B Hanger is at home Irom Sault Ste Marie Michigan Mr W R Thomas of Irvine was in Richmond Friday en route to Paris Attorney W I Williams of Laticas ter was here Friday on legal business MrfFladge Elder is confined to his bed with a threatened attack of fever Mt F M Horine of Nicholasville was a Richmond visitor on last Friday Miss Earle Chenault has been visit lag the Misses Herndon of Lexington Mrs Emma Fife and Miss Mollie Fife have returned from a visit to Dan villeMr and Mrs G W Reese of Fresno California are visiting Mrs Ellen V Kate and Carlisle Walker were among last weeks visitors to Lexington Miss Adelaide Everhardt of Decatur Ga is the guest of Miss Lucia IJurnani Miss Kit Chenault lisa returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Martha Swore of Lexington Miss Emily Chenault is at home from a visit to Miss Sadie Fogg of Lexington Messrs Neale Bennett and Alex Denny were initiated by the Elks last Friday evening x Mrs W K Denny Is the guest of hr Jaughter Mrs I V Steenbei en of Weet Virginia ExCouncilman G G Prowitt speat a JortioH ef the week OM hie farm ib r 4 vE Clarkcounty tMr Dan Jones of London has been visiting his sister Mrs Sam E Scott for several days Mr Robert Bryan of Louisville a popular C U baseball star of IHwI8 in town last week Miss Bersio Thomas of Madison In stitute spent several days last week at her home in Paris Mrs James B McCreary has returned fronra visit to Mr and Mrs RH McCreary of Chicago Rev Hugh McLellan pastor of the Christian Church spent several days this week in Shelbyville Attorney Sam Tudor was in Win chester on legal business Tuesday and Wednesday of last week Mr Wink BIggerstafI spentSatur day and Sunday with Captain and Mrs J D Rawliusat Versailles Mrs A C Wells is in Lexington attending the bedside of her brother Mr Frank Ootz who is dangerously ill Miss Olive Fant of Flemingsburg is the popular and attractive guest of Mr and Mrs Hurry B Hanger Arlington Miss Mary Tyler who is attending Madison Female Institute spent a few days at home last weekMt Sterling GazetteMr C Douglas of Bloomington III has been attending his mother Mrs Alfred Douglas during her severe illness Miss Berthenia McCord has arrived at Fairhaven Washington after a pleasant stopover in the principal cities en route Mrs H McElwaiue was summoned to New York Friday morning to at tend her husband who was suddenly taken III while there We regret to learn of the death of Mr Wtn Laud of Fayette county whose son Wm Jr was for s number of years a popular student at C U Prof J D Clark of Lexington the former popular Principal of Caldwell High School has been shaking hands the past few days with old friends here Mr Rice Crooks C U one of the Old Guard who beat Danville In 93 who is now located in Piueville has been the guest of Mr Robert Crowe for the past few hays Mrs Richard Fox of Richmond is expected this week to visit relatives Mrs John Greeuleaf of Rich mond is the guest of Mrs Emma KaufmanLancaster Record Mcsdames R R Burnam II L Perry and G W Pickels Misses Min nie Dykes and Sue Smith Mr W A Thomas and Prof and Mrs Sander son attended the Grand Opera in Cincinnati last week Dr C S Holton anti wife have re turned from Asheville N C where they have spent some weeks for time Doctors health We are glad to noto that his condition is much improved Prof A M Peters of the Slate College Lexington who made a chemical analysis of the stomach of William Callahan was here Friday to testify against Brock Munday who is alleged to have poisoned Callahan Misses Lida and Bessie Bradford of Augusta who have frequently visited here were bequeathed 1000 each bv the will of the late Thornton F Marshall There many friends here con gratulate them on their luck Mr and Mrs P W Carter went up to Richmond yesterday to see Dr Phelps Collins of West Cliff Col who is visiting tllereCol D W Tribble ot Richmond is with his sister Mrs P P Nunnelley Stanford InterioJ JournalProf Robert S Crowe of this city has accepted a chair in time Collegiate Institute at Albermarlo Court house Va and will return to the Old Domin isn iaSeptember Trcf Crowe is a fine scholar and an experienced teacher and his selection is a flattering compli ment to his ability The Lexington Herald says that Prof Henry White who celebrated his 80th birthday last Friday has been profes sor of mathematics in Kentucky University for 63 years Prof White is the venerable father of our former townsman Dr W G White llr and Mrs Charles E Smith of North Broadway entertained Tuesday evening at dinner in honor of Mr and MnTS Neville Moberley of Richmond Other guest were Prof and Mrs J D Clark and Mrs Yea er of Stanford Lexington Herald Mrs I Shelby Irvine and Miss Flora Hood went to Louisville last Friday for a few days visit Mr John Turner and wife with have been visiting In Richmond passed through here last Friday en route to their home in CampbellsviHe Lebanon Falcon Miss Agnes Smith was over from Richmond few days of this week Prof C A Leonard was in Richmond last week to attend a meeting of the C U alumnllJr Robin Desha of Covington was the guest of relatives here He left Monday for Richmond where he will probably accept a posi tionMr AlI Davidson of Rich mond has accepted a position as book keeper at theeld Lewis Hunter die tillery Mr John T Megibbeu will be Superintendent Cynthiana Tines Mrs Harry B Hanger was time guest Inst week of time Hon S L Van Meter of Lexington who gave a delightful House Party in honor of Gov and Mrs Bockhaio Mr Van Meter tendered his guests a baa party on Monday evening to see Jeffersonlu The Rivals After the performance the members of the party were introduced to this great actor who was much pleased when the Governor told him he looked younger than ho did ten years ago when he the Governor saw him in the same play RELIGIOUS The oldest minister in K is Rev Henry Miller of Vanceburgicho- is a member of time Christian church and began preaching in 1S30 He is 00 yeais old MARRIED BBEOKINBIDQEWOODCOOK Mr Morrison Breckinridge son of Attorney General R J Breckinridge anti Miss Douglas Woodcock prominent young society people of Danville were mar ned at that place last Wednesday They will reside at Frankfort alter an extended tour of the Eastern cities TiLLETTCox Iu the piesence of a CLIMAX reporter amidseveral other spectators Squire Armtr nailed i marriage here lat Thumlay KtW V rillett and Miss Elizabeth Coxboth of Valley View The ttetu tie4weMr11- CR Harvey and Miss LH4 C4Ht Mit if the bride The ercww h 7oIUJC IruKgiet of Vallej View amulhmWLi- me pretty eighteen year oMflmtfcn f John Cox of time BMU e tacdfty V j ltOTHWJlLItRoyc7Jl Jbose j4 kl C Royce and Mr W M Rothwell were married last Thursday at Lancas ter rime brie is time daughter of the late William Johnson the lifo insur ance agent of Paint Lick whodied very suddenly about two years ago leaving insurance policies aggregating 100000 About the time of the litigation with the insurance companies sho was married to a Mr Royce but obtained a divorce from him at time March term of the Garrard circuit court BIRTHS 1 TEBUILL Born to the wile of Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill onr the 18 lust dt boy RIDDEIL Mr and Mrs C B Rid dell are rejoicing aver their first born jtn 8pound girl which arrlyed Satur day QEATH 4 DAXIHLS Mrs Achilles Daniels died of npolexy at her home near Irvine ROLSTON Mrs R Rolston mother of Messrs William and John Rolston died near Paint Lick aged 85 years OOTT Homer FrankllnOots broth er of Mrs A C Wells of this city died Monday night at his homo in Lex injtonPUEWITT1Jrs Nelson Prewitt died Friday of consumption at her home near Cottonburg leaving a husband and several children URRAYGeorge Murray aged 21 died Thursday at the home of his father R U Murray near this city He was a member of the Baptist church and ambdel young man MASTEUS Mrs Nancy Masters aged 75 died Sunday rooming at her home near Silver Creek The ills in cident to a person of tier advanced years were the cause of her demise She loaves one son Mr Shelby Masters to mourn her loss CIIANEY Mr J WChaney received a long distance telephone message Monday from Burns Marion county Kansas informing him of the death at that place of his brother Joe Chancy a former citizen of this county The de easel was 51 years old and leaves a wife and four children r STOCKER At her home near Paint Lick Mrs Joe Stocker on 10 inst The deceased who was 37 years cf age was a highly respected Christian woman and leaves a husband and many friends to mourn her loss Her death was due to consumption and her remains were interred in the family burying ground STUARTAfter a lingering illness of several months Mrs Laura Stuart wife of former State Senator A II Stuart died Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock at her home on North street this city Everything that love could suggest or money procure including the best medical talent of Cincinnati Louisville and Lexington was donelo relieve her suffering but all to no avail Deceased who was in her thirtyfourth year was the only daughter of Captain and Mrs Henry Hargis of this city She was married nine years ago to Dr Stuart and having no children they made their home with Captain and Mrs Hargis She was a devoted member of time Methodist church and the last unto she left home was to attend services there Her gentleness and Christian virtures made her a general favorite with all who knew her After funeral services Monday afternoon by her pastor Rev H G rurnrat time Metho dist church tho remains were tenderly consigned to their last resting place in the Richmond cemetery The surviv ing husband and aged parents of whom she was time idol have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement iuiClirEihin lbs Mayoralty Race The announcement of Mr Calvin Maupin as a candidate for Mayor of Richmond subject to the action of the Democracy appears elsewhere in this issue Mr Maupin who is 62 years old is now serving his second term in time City Council and is regarded as one of the most levelheaded conservative members of that body lIe points with pride to time fact that he was mainly instrumental iu having the street car track which had become a nuisance removed from our streets Besides being a native of Madison county and identified with the business Interests of the city Mr Maupin is an exRebel soldier and a life long Demo crat which fiupplemeutodjjy a clean record will make him if nominated a hard man for the Republicans to beat News of the Canning Factory We are indebted to Mr B L Banks for the following letter which contains interesting news concerning our pro posed canning factory APBIL20 1001 Mn B L BANKS Richmond Ky MY DEAlt SIB Having arrived home and reported to Mr Stanton what- I learned on my visit will say that Mr Stanton is very much pleased with the prospect and told mo to sas to you that the Lord willing he will positively call on your people between the pea packing and tomato packing seasons and make final arrangements provided such arrangements can be made No other location will be considered until Richmond disposed of I feel almost sure if nothing unseen comes up that your city will have a factory such as we have here and I will as sure yon that if Mr Stanton does build one it will be one of the most prosper ous iu tle courtiy as he has had 17 years experience in the business Instead of 14 as I stated before your City CouncilMr says ho will can everything that can be secure to can and will use every means to run the year round I waffhigbly pleased with time courteous treatment extended ma while iu your beautiful city and nothing preventing Mr Stanton and I will be with you dur lug the month of June and will not be in a hurry to return home as I was Talk the matter to your farmers so we can ascertain how many will be prepared to make contracts for the row- Ing of vegetables if we decide to build In your city Let us hear from you if there is anything of interest that I can do or say Also write Mr Stanton and he will gladly answer I am Most respectfully J WES VAN ItSDALL Thisenterprise would be of great value to all classes rarmerslnIJorersandmer chants would alike receive benefit The farmer takes no risk in growing corn tomatoes etc for such a factory as his contracts are always made before the planting season tints Insuring a maiket for all his products Our citizens are anxious for this enterprise and every one is willing to lend a help iig hand A pWo OJSce is a guest which re dx iIqt itn from thorn wife I t Ikii M t 6 Introductions by Clergymen The following are the introductory remarks of the Roy Benjamin Fay mils on the occasion of tho lecture delivered by Rev Irvine C Tomlinson at Parker Memorial Hall Boston March 20 1899 Of the many subjects presented here none could prove of greater Interest to this congregation and all con gregations titan the subject of this evening The liberal person in my estimation is one who has his heal set on his shoulders in the right way In other words one who is looking forward in stead of backward Christian Science is a gospel of hope It has been elevat ing and inspiring to the temper body and mind of many people We are therefore glad indeed to welcome this subjectI great pleasure in introducing to you the speaker of the evening Rev Irving C Tomlinson of Concord NH From a Correspondent A TradeBringer for Richmond As predicted exclusively in time CLIMAX last week the Louisville At Ian tic railroad will on May 1 put on a new train between Millers Creek ant Richmond Thisannouncement comes from General Passenger Agent C 31 Browning and is therefore authentic It will bo a mixed train carrying both freight and passengers and will leave Millers Creek at a in reaching this cityabout 830 a in Returning it will leave Richmond at 330 p m arriving at Millers Creek at C p m This is in addition to the regular train to Irvine in which there will be no change The CLIMAX desires to call the attention of the merchants and business men of Richmond to this in creased service which is bound to be of great benefit to them as a trade bringer enabling the citizens of Estill county and those in the cast end of Madison to visit Richmond stay all day do their shopping and return home in time afternoon It is i o exaggeration to say that this new schedule means an in crease of thousands of dollars annually to Richmonds trade In this connec tion we desire also to say that the L A under the able and efficient man agement of Col C M Browning has done everything in its powor for the benefit of Richmond and this ad ditional evidence of its good will should be properly appreciated by our mer chants and business men and reciprocated by a more generous patronage than they have heretofore shown Another Gold Brick A good story is going the rounds on a prosperous Madison farmer who fell into the hands of certain Philistines on a recent trip to the city and came perilously near being touched by the aforesaid for a goodly amount The Madison man was iu Louisville dispos ing of his tobacco crop when one day ho was accosted by a rubey looking stranger who asked to bo directed to a certain address The tobacco raiser of course could not give the information and remarked that he was also a stranger in the city and was there for the purpose of selling his crop Stranger No 2then suggested that they step into a neighboring liquid dispen sary nail quench their thirst While passing the time in this manner the bartender and the unknown became engaged in an interest inn game of dice with singular luck on the part of the latter who won rapidly Noticing his friends marvelous success with the box the Madison man expressed de sire to get in tho game lie was quick ly accommodated and also began to win As he won from the start he was not required to put up any of his own coin and the bartender after loosing some twentyfive dollars pretend ed to grow angry and told the Madison farmer he didnt believe he bad any money of his own anyhow This net tied our county friend who thereupon drew out a checkbook and wrote and signed his check for 10000 Seeming ly satisfied the mixer of drinks care lessly tore in two a check which the farmer supposed to be the one he had just written so he walked off highly elated at being 2 ahead of the game little guessing that he had been victi mized by time gentlemeninto whose company he had fallen On his return home several days later his eyes were opened by hearing that his check for 10000 had preceeded him and been presented for payment at the State Bank and Trust Company Luckily its officials suspecting something wrong made inquiries before paying the check and got en to the racket The chagrin and amazement of the gentleman from tho rural district may be easily imagined when he saw how he had been hoodooed He says his wisdom teeth are cut now and he wants to see the man who can fool him again For the sake of the gentlemans well known reputation as a wide awake business man we withhold his name Water and Light Company Reorganized One year ago last December the bondholders stockholders and all par ties fn interest of the Richmond Water and Lght5pmpany unanimously in vited J Stone Walker R E Turley and J A Sullivan of Richmond Ky and Mason Merrill Bankers of Port land Maine to undertake time reorgan ization of the Company These parties with some hesitancy undertook the task None of tifemlmad any previous connection with the Company except Mr Sullivan whose official connection with it had been only nominal Hav big undertaken the effort they deter mined fa put the Company it possible on a solid financial basis and to give its patrons good service at lower rate They found that there were outstand jug against the Company 175000 of mortgage bonds bearing per cent in terest payable semiannually and that the Company at no time during its ex istence of ten years had made operat ing expenses and interest on the cost of the plant Time annual deficit had been large tho floating indebtedness of the Company and which represent ed its losses and largely owned outside of Madison county was also large The bbndholders were widely scattered and there were in their ranks as in all such cases the rich and the poor in doting the minister of the gospel the widow and the orphaut It was no easy undertaking to get t o many pea pie ofconlli tiny interests to agree It was first determined to run tbd works lora year nnd let this experience to sonic extent form the basis of reorganization having due regard to the possibilities of the future At the end of the first year under the new management thought it was the most proiperoasyearltitho history ol ttCompany lltwas again demonstrated that time new revenues of the Company were whollyisaulequate to pay running exi naee taxes nd interest eti Ule bonded iUitabtdKgJif1CthltllCwM- left to be rtH4 except tor4oe the In terest chafMWMl iW lkMi Ji0dRMI of the Osgs 4f 4- i wi 1 for the floating indebtedness and to put the Company beyond doubt on a solid basin leaving sufficient surplus to make all proper improvements and extensions so as to be able to give its patrons good and economic service in the future The following plan was finally agreed upon and will be carried through viz Time present issue of 175000 of per cdnt bonds will be surrendered up and canceled and in lieu of these bonds there have been issued 85000 in 5 per cent mortgage bonds and 35000 in 4 per cent income bonds Of the 85000 bonds issued 52500 will be turned over to the present bondholders being 30 per cent of their present holdings and tho residue of this issue will bemused in paying off the floating indebt edness of the Company and providing for an electric plant Tho income bonds are also to be turned over to the present bondholders being 20 percent of their present holdings Under time above plan time present bondholders get in new bonds of both issues only fifty cents on each dollar making a total loss to them of 87500 on the face ot tho bonds besides un paid interest The stockholders lose even more in proportion On last Thursday a new mortgage was filed in onr County Clerks office herein accordance with this plan and the now bonds were properly signed and forwarded to the Trust Company The works while well built and in excellent condition were originally pro jected on too largo a scale for Rich present management proposes to enlarge the reseivolr and otherwise improve and extend the plant and have already expended over 3000 ou this hjne- Wrath is cruel and anger is outrageous but who is able to stand before envy The cause of truth ought to be the common cause both of one and the other 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cute in all its stages and this is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is time only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional iseasorrqnires a consti tutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internallyacting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the sstem thereby destroying the foundation of tire disease nail giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and nssisting nature in do ing its work The proprietors have FO much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case timid it fails to cure Send for tea timonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 coats Halls Family Pills are the best JAPANESE p JCUREofSuFzusrroltixaBoxes orOintment A never f1ll1or Cure for PUc ot4raUolIwithpermnnenteuroandofjrcauIUnz this terriblo disease We Pack a Written Guarantee In each 9 Box Ton onlr pay for 6eotiTBoxPflNCtflPATinNDj er REGULATOaandto take especially adapted br childrens uw U treJtJiaiiicsoFor sale by Stccklon lHagan Druggists Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER1 CLEVELAND O Both One Year For d4 50- p The OHIO FARMER Cleveland 0 is the best agricultural live stock market and home weekly journal In this country For every member of the family It tells to make the farm pay and the home happy It has 20 pages11ostports Largest actual staff of practical editors and correspondents nil farmers It Always Stops at Expiration of 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CliaCtaSOOCL No 5 tree oWarraUou ehalroar lievtrrlU teL xtagon smLoutsyilieXo s1epIgw Blnnl3 b mt0 IxmUvtBe yle L AU trais b wees XtoteTlll Ls1sgtatca4 3UPfiR ltt7- Between Venotitei dGewc Mnrt NGI U aM 54o117 Xis- w MIt csI1ydys VsrsMflss JiltIIKkd JmM eliy aspa Sss4a- tDt OtterwJs Ar P 7 x E X W D c Ws1s D 1aGA WTaawiisrt l I li I svasn7 1 SPRING BEAUTIES r WE HAVE SOME OF THE PflgI 1iT 1 OF THE SEASON NO ONE EXCELS US IN SELECTION I OF BEAUTY AND STYLE A FEW PRICES A most attractive line of percales10 and 12c Ginghams and lOc ILawns 5 10 and 18c Wash silks in solid colors extra width690 I Cretonsi5andlBc I Silkaline 10 12t and 15c I Apron Ginghams 5 and Gic I Allover laces beautiful designs25c to 200 yd I Allover Embroidery 49c to 100 I Colored UnderskIrts50 and 99c I Black Mercerised Skirts 5 and 10inch Plaited Flounce 99c to 225tLead Pencls1and 3c Slate Pencils lOc doz H Cor Main First St r Learning has gained most by those books which the printer has lost Moderation is the silkencord running through the pearWhain of all virtues TilE IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION Militia 2186 EHSB Will make the season of 1901 at my stable at the A R Burnam place at the low fee o- fsla To to a Mare la Foal or 1500 to ln nre a living colt Money due at time of service MILITIA Is It bands high weight 1200 tbs an1 has more size bone finish and action than any stallion ever in adlson county and these qualities he transmits to his colts very nnl formally his oldest colts being 5years old and four of them line been sold in the Eastern market for a grand total SI lie is un hlgbclaasboraea particularsMAT S COHEN aprl7tf Richmond Ky Highest Market Price Paid For All Kinds Of froiue fairy Itt Lvl We desire to have a share of the patronage of every citi zen in Madison and if fair dealings will accomplish this desire we will only have to ask for your first visit as you will be sure to return Our goods are all FREJ3H and sold on the lowest possible mar gin Again soliciting a share of your patronage we remain yours truly Mi11 r ro ory Ol onoecrr aprlTtf Second St BIchmond Ky Plymoth Rock Eggs For Swe purebredsetting of Iii OD MILLER BIchmond Ky TiJIiiIiSuccessor to L W Axbill tiy M as3 iit1i IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my seeIRICHMOND rachZ7ly KENTUCKY ClkDrrfJhJ Mg IMB ALEX DENNY will repre sent MB WP WOODCOCK thE Danville Tailor during the coming season If you want a SWELLobbYpI SUITIVEST ir of See iRhi oMee atrf Freeman Broc Sihe Store 1IintC AieIed Xy i tUY AUtJtxJUaJIT t5 i f OWEN MCKEE O aU U I Richmond Kentucky J r VEHICLES VICTORRUBBER 1 TIRE WE USE THE 8 VictorRubber TirejMANUFACTURED AT Springfield Ohio i 4l Which is acknowledged to excellall other brands Will be glad to furn ish estimates on this class of work and guarantee our workmanship to equal that of any house in the coun aI try Ouret CARRIAGE WORKSu Is headquarters for all styles in 1medium and high grade vehicles WeI make a specialty of repairing and painting carriages buggies etc and can make your bid Vehicle look new jj OUR PRICES trem keeping with the time dtitr wantfitogive us a call J i ft Kentucky CamqeWD1b C J J JtottmosToRE HOUSE la Central offers the people of V y NOT AS BUT THE CLOTHES FURNISHINGS i E0R THE PRICES ASKED ANYWHERE The Lightest Brightest Store In Lexington ULLIR Ihtos TUhLRSz The Climax f WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1901 IDr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is w located over Perry Thomas jrug Store 6febtfI Whitewash brushes bc and iiL pat Willgings Jno R Gibson sold to Mat S Cohen- flnot 4 yearold mare for 20- 0Sirro piano for sale Applv to Mrs W S Oldhara 27febtf George Phelps sold to J W Bales Vo hoss average weight 200 pounds at 5 centsj Those competent to know say the fruit was not seriously injured by the re ont cold enap 1The CLIMAX will take your order foe anjkind of bobkbiuding Consult u before going elsewhere t- tt Lsee the double deckerd in low and high shoes at RICE A mOLDs Rev II G Turner of this city has been selected to deliver the address to the graduating class of Millcrsburg MTlTtary Institute on June 4th Just received a full and complete line of the Famous Quocn QIJ nil tv Shoes for women AU styles and widths Our price 300 RICE A ARNOLD We pay 20 per week and expenses fIr men or women with rig J to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect f Destroyer in the country Address EXGELSIOH FOOD So Parsons Kan r 4uar4vj a full and complete iioFihsses and childrens shoes and liippere IheE ARNOLD 4 Willging has been making d selling window shades for I 30 years See his new ones at 10J5 20 25 andup Lost A pair of goldrimed glasses in case with the initial J W S on the flap of case Liberal reward for the return of same to thiv office Mens low shoes in Booths Ideal Patent Vici exteiibion sole price 3 50- at RICE An OLDs JudgeJappointed TJudgo IJqbert Riddell of Irvine a udg to try a lUuriber of loud l in the Knox circuit court I u Iliost complete line of ideus low shoes to be found in Ricumnn nt RICE ARNOLDS tf Judge HeKlletan Acquitted At laid examining trial Tuesday at Winchester Police Judie F P Pendle toii was acquitted of the murder of Joe Ellis proving a clear case of self de tise pi Wont cost you a cent to get rppces anal kinds of paints at iIIgmgs but will be the 1ieans of saving you some dmoney ICrwlng Rapidly 1 Like Jacks bean talk the A O U lodge here continues to grow by leaps autlboiindn Eleven more new ineiiibcN5were receIeI last Frid4y Anight arid several applications voted uii tAgent For Blue Lick 31r iEuiil Lohrlsch ha taken the slo itii ihis city for the ellbrated Sjue LiJkVtter and parties wanting 1tcan ve to them by tel pjipnlnK Jfo 19 A plentiful supply al ways 01 hand Hpr4Ut Hac withhisI Lwell organized force to do our papering Iifdir 1tinO thereby avoiding delays pboi work 1a- anJmaterials He ICfIsnhsntI wMi Liiuxwlihts wlcIeawakeiti1 iAib1 otPeepoo 44 JK I lf f 4i3raiiCM kill tMWlWtke M- an1r liraillfi A rJiry etc Tr mAte iid h4S d bfcM rwrd w44 1- ii bo the WALIa CRIU1TM- AKyIY Cg1iAUL- Tp174t Ky palu ijie in iwe whMc- r Heat an 4 th and akd- w t THE ONLY ONE PRICE CASH Kentucky Madison County JUST GOOD BEST HATS MENS Richmond tflrsmoney ilixed- 4Lkw For Sale A good 300 pound sow and eight pigs 0 0 EvANS nprltr Richmond Ky Game Called Off Owing to the inclemency of the weather the game of base ball between C U and State College scheduled to be played here Saturday was called off The newest and nobbiest things in hats at llIcrAnxoLus Postoffice at WhUf6 A postofflce has been estaalithed at Whitlock this county a station on the L A railroad between Million and Valley View Mr J B Ledford le postmaster All the new things in new colors in new wall papers at Willgings New prices top 3c up to finest handmade stock Largest in Central Kentucky Samples sent upon request and 4c in stamps Saw Mill Burned Fire destroyed the saw mill of Hub Stevens at Boonesboro Clark county Tuesday night entailing a loss ofSCOOO countyhavingOh Horrors The Lexington Observer gets off this one at our expense Over at Richmond the ladies gave a horror party and each one brought the thing she most despised One lady came with nothing but her husband qualityandRICK ARNoLD Hog Sales J W Wagers bought of Irvine White 57 hogs average weight 150 pouuolItl 540 per cwt of Win Col lins 10 head at same price Also of Mrs J P Trihblo 25 head at Mine price They wro shipped to Cincinnati Thuisilay Hung Jury The second trial of n D Campbell charged with forgery resulted iahung jury and the case went over until the September term Tho jury stood eight for acquittal and four for con viction Mr Campbells friends hope for his exoneration at his next trial You can find shoes with low heels high heels French heels lace button straps A B C D E EE widths at RICE ARNOLDS New Millinery Store Mrs Lee Maupin and Mrs Lee Smitha have opened a millinery de partment in connection with Mr Suiithas Dry Goods Store on Main street and invites the ladies of lieu mond and Madison county to call and inspect their line of goods April 10lt Back in the Harness His many friends are delighted to know that Mr R Lee Davis has again taken up the gray goose quill and id at work on the Itichmond CLIMAX Bro Davis id one of the best writers in the State and the press boys are glad to welcome him back to the foldLan cistea Record Something Nice Breeders of Madison and adjoining counties should bee tho great combined stallion at John R Gibsons stable be fore breeding HLis in charge of Robert Walker who wilt take great pleasure in showing him at all times knowing lie will pleaseany one that likes a floe horse 24apr2t Caldwell High School Contest The pupils of Caldwell High School have selected Friday evening April2U ItS the date fur holding their annual de clamatory contest to select represen tatives to the Bluegrass Tournament which meets at Lancaster May 23 A number of this brightest boys and girls in tile school will compete for the cn nted honor and the contest promises to be a spirited one Broke Jail Four prisoners escapcdfrom the En till county jail at Irvine Sundaynlght gaining their liberty by picking the cowibinatioa lock on the jail door Tkejwere Saui DeZarn charged with warder Joe Spivy shooting with in Utit to kill James Lynch and Sylvester Gray in for minor offensep 19 McDowell former cashier ofthe Jfifjtiil CoHBty Deposit Bank awaiting trial for Me embezzlement refused to Veve ae8 Jit the layout bas yet fcfgo captured ffliitini ftow LMrfwiHe Jflekey Cts4i Lewis jSt KYAfid 2tik teMey 11W 11- 01OHeettil the above occwicathe Louiwrill W AOmiic raiirwtd will ell round tilj tkket to Louisville M LitowtAt ol 9 atKIOfIetblnllre lei the musid trip oApe1l 2th to May I IaeIueive with iael JIaiI may13 1dooofIJOthet4 ie gtvai 4piLM7or 1 JIiIItt 10 d St oNSci ii a i- Easter Flowers flowersthat Our Easter Boxes are beauties We poserse and practice the nccessa ry HOW in ar ranging Kacb order attention BELL The Florist LEXiNGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere Dr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky apr7tf Lyons Won the Medal In the annual iutcrsocioty debate at Central University Tuesday night Mr Frank P Lyona of Beattyville won the gold medal as the best individual debater Confederates to Meet The Confederate Veterans will meet Saturday April 27 at 2 pm for the purpose of selecting delegates and perfecting arrangements for attending the annual reunion at Memphis Quincy Wards Luck A a match last week between the Cincinnati and Paris Ky gun clubs J Qutney Ward won the individual trophy by scoring the highest number of points of any of the contestants Out of 50 live birds Quincy Lagged 48 record hard to beat Low Rate 10 Cincinnati We are informed by Agent Hood of the L and N that on Sunday next the low rate of 150 round trip will be made to Cincinnati These ex cursions which are a source of great con probabllyLeday Big Tide The Kentucky River is ona big ram page and many thinkthe piesent flood will almost pqual that of 1800 Nearly 40 feet of water is reported at Valley View while at Irvine the bottoms for wiles are submerged Mill men are preparing for the biggest run of logs in years A Search From one erfd of the state totho other will prove that there is no better place for a man to buy his spring outfit Suits Hat Shoes Shirts etc than at Covington Hanks They keep a great stock of reliable merchandise and never price ah article above its worth to any body Case Continued At the instance of attorneys for the defense the case of Brock Mundy and Sallie Johnsoncolored indicted for the murder of William Callahan of Clay county was called in the Circuit Court Friday but continued until the third day of the September term About 20 persons were recognized to appear as witnesses A Fine Specimen Rev J M Bailey of this cityex hibited at the CusrAX office yesterday a magnificent specimen of loon a species of duck seldom seen in this neck of the woods which measured 4 feet from tip to tip Mr Bailey killed it on the lartre lake at Crab Orchard Springs and says he intends to mount it as a souvenir of Joe Willis hospital ity Fish Supply all Right President J A Sullivan of the Rich mond Water Light Co hiss the thanks of the CUJIAX force for free Calling and boating privileges at Lake IJeba for the coming season The long drouth last summer did not materially effect the fish supply the nt lake nd tho customary fine sport may be expected by the local Izaak Waltons again this spring New Road Wanted D L Moore C W Jenkins and oth ers of the Valley View locality have served notice that they will at May county court petition Judge Million to open and establish a county road lead lug from Valley View to Forest Hill school house a distance of about three miles This road is badly needed by the residents of that section and their petition should be granted 5Will Not Rebuild Mrs Mary Williamson will not re build her cottages recently burned on Seventh street Instead she will invest in property at AIiIIl vile N C where she at present resides Through its agent Mr R Eo Turley the Commercial Union Assur ance Co of London England adjusted Nfrs Williamsons claim allowing her 1400 the full value of her policy the property being a total loss Madison Talent to the Front Madison county talent never tails to show itself as is evidenced in the cause of Mr Nathan M Moran son of Mrs Hugh Moran formerly of this county who has been selected to deliver the address on Presidents Day at the University of California when President McKinley will be present The San Francisco Chronicle printS IUI excellent picture of Mr Moran of whom his Madison county kinsfolks are justly proud Dan Dougherty In Fjqrida Genial and popular Dan J Dougherty orders t he CLIMAX sent to him atJach sonvillo Fin where he is now super intendent of the Jacksonville Gas Water Co at a handsome salary is wellknown Jacksonville is the great winter resort of the Florida coast and Dan who lluo slouch at eleImentgo are glad to hear of Daua good fortune and commend him to the people of Jacksonville as deserving of the best In their Eyes en The Syn d All eyes here are on the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky which met yester day in Louisville to take action on the proposed consolidation of Centr Uni yersity arid Centre College but up to the hour of going to press nothlajt had been heard from deliberations The FIrat Presbyterian church of this eky is represented in the meeting by Mr J Wade Walker wka l lBtric4 l to vote against coMsolidatfe Mr WR Sirtckelfordj JidI8CI Brsek M- rBWMHler Dr Y II HOJOasd- LMr Khr HM euipo wi llM IteWwM CtiwnHfcw ra tart Aiweat wit to asapiiigMbMttfcMfc 4a j CLOSER THAN A BROTHERI- S A MANS SIt RT1 And just as close to the top notch of perfec tion is our stock of Mens Shirts All kinds of ShirtsWork Shirts good and strong at low prices Neglegees in gorgeous array ofall the descriptionyour money back if you are not satisfied en co cu0gi U IIZ I J uc en g 4 o c 8 Ja en a U74 OooJ = a cj at1jen6= c 0tSSd i a JS f Also Suits to measure by artist tailors tiY if you are not your money back for the asking tl tttQnV 3 rJ tfVJ = c= t= bTI tIyt tI1 Hcrses for New York Mitt S Cohen shipped Friday night to New York sixteen highclass horses and one Shetland pony These horses were bought at prices ranging from 200 to 750 and will be sold at auction today at the NewYork Horse Exchange The entire went by fast express this item alone costing 263 Mr Cohen has been very successful with sales in New York and he ex pects to realize a handsome profit from this lot Fox Story Mr Harvey Chenault who is at home fromBrush Creek having been run in by the snow tells of snore extraordinary discoveries This time it is a new strain of hounds He reports that he has found a stock of dogs up there that can be termed positive entertainers While this pack of dogs are good fox hunters and willrun any fox they may happen to scent yet if HO fox is found the dos make up a race and run for the amusement of their owner just as though a fox was actually in front of them Mr Ritvena Harris is greatly interested in this strain of toga and has arranged for Mr Che nault to get him a number of pups and will raise them hero so that he will al ways have a race when ho goes out whether lie finds a fox or not The Blizzard Nobody not even the oldest inhabi tant ever saw another such a spoil of Apiil weather as has prevailed in this latitude since our last issue Ushered in by a heavy rain snow began falling Friday and lass continued almost uniji teriupodlj over Teo but fortunately for suffering humanity the ground was 60 wet in this locality ttialitli1eltellal most its fust as it else it would have been over n foot deep by this time As tho thermometer tegibtcred as low as 32 it is thought by many that the fruit especially peaches and the more tender varieties have been killed but until a careful examination has been made it is too arly to von ture prediction Reps from other sections of the country indicate that the storm lias been general being par ticularjjyjjvere In Pennsylvania Ohio where the ground is covered with snow to the depth of from inches to two feet Much stflfferhiK has followed in thus wake of the blizzard and to add to this the people along the Ohio River audits rib utaries are llireteed with wie of the most destructive floods in years Th w particular brad of weather 1atlrilJat for February or Marsh Imt after weve planted wir ftwiton tie uwd OiIt new spring suit Md bought mr IMt4lr hat we eriiMMty ej MM twny Notify the irwrtfeer cfcwfc ttp hi wHl jheW to c c r ASK FOR THE 4 JO t1 14 But shirts and shoes are not enough You needIui IE Il 1 And we have them in endless variety wear made and readytOI in the best style below the reach compe tition rm made and satisfied i11 Covington Bonks I erer xerer IEJI tI1m consignment IIt Fatal Accident fly the accidental discharge of a shot gun in the hands of an older brother Willie White the sixyearold son of Mrs Richard White living near Panola had one of his legs nearly torn off at the knee The little fellow was brought to the Infirmary here and Dr LL R flibson made a heroic attempt to save his life by arpiUat the wounded limb but previous loss of blood rendered the effort futile and lie died Friday without having regained consciousness For FranUort Circuit court adjourned Monday rust until the September term The follow ing prisoners were sentenced to the penitentiary by Judge Scott Win Harris ono year for obtaining property under false pretense John Gibson tix years for horso stealing Hiram Horper two years for grand lar cein Abe Noland one year for obtain lug property under false pretense Wm Jones 2i years for peijury i Buster Young one year for malicious shooting They were taken to Frankfort Tues day by Deputy Sheriff R W Colyer New Investment Company The Ideal Mutual Investment Co of Winchester will move its home office to this place this week and will be ready for business May 1 Mr S M Tudor of this city has been elected Secretary and General Manager and tells ns that the financial status of hit company is better than any other sim- Ilar company doing business in the State Its office will be in tho Collins Building whore commodious quarters have been engaged We feel auto that underlie capable management of Attorney Tudor a good business will be dono by this new organization Estill Items A flourishing Sunday School huts been organized at Station Camp Mr Jonah Wagers of WagersvIIlo and Mr Wm Rice of RicnStation are in IxJuIaville purchasing spring goods Rev J M Adams gave a dramatic portrayal of Tell Nights in a Bar Room at the Station tamp church Saturday night Dr M 0 Scott whose age ranges between seventy and eight was mar ried last Wednesday to the Widow A I corn aged thirty the daughter of Thos Nolan Daniel Hoofer supposed to bn the oldest man in Estill cojmty died Inst Friday Jie leaves a numerous pro geny his latest descendants being the fifth generation removed from himself as the plirentstock Christian Science Lecture lieu William Cowing of Chicago membor of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of the First Church of Christ Scientists in Boston who has a national reputation in political circles and lana also become famong in the Christian Science field will give a free lecture at the court house on Sunday afternoon April 28 at 3 oclock Judge ofIllinoisof former Vice Ireftklent Stovenson both of which pl ce lie relinquished to become a lecturer in the cause lie espoused Wherever Le has been ho has atracted crowded house and it is to btt hoped that the citizens of Rich mond 1 vsitywill render honor to wliom hiirIiduandatlessthuisch- jm ierows for the fith of Jib w Tc Jo 1TW w bjt is cordially Iayl4 J aLL I TIME TO LOOSEN THE 1 PIIRSE STRINBS I And Get Ready For Spring Buying THE 8USY 8tl CASH STUnt Has not arrived at its present stage ofusefulness by chance tlJ Theres no luck or speculation about this business it isnt the result of fortunate cir cumstances but downright honest hard workworkwhich your interests as customers strangersOurbusinesspresent aud they number into the thousands They know us and they have confidence in our methods of doing buisness If you dont believe all this visit our store during the coming week We are going to officially open up the HamburgsEmbroideries Note the Throngs Of satisfied buyers in each department and you will believe theress friendship in business for we look upon every cus tomer who leaves a dime or a dollar in our store as a business friend The Talk of the Town t- Our Wash Goods Ilamburgs and Embroid cries have always been the Talk of the Town This aeason we have made unusual efforts to have then more attractive than ever Style Colorings Quality Pricethese four big items have bad every consideration and you yourself will say it is a beautiful sight when you see our tables and counters piled full of these lovely fabrics be fashionable ladies had better bestir themselves while the choice ex clusive things are still here Wise men dip into the future wise women plan for future needs have grew might see Clothing Department and 1We are making special this week in our Clothing anti Shoe Department Our buyers have bought so heavy for Spring that we thought it advisable to make slaughtering prices in these departments for a few days to make other goods that are to come in Prices cut half in two on entire lines of Shoes Clothing Bring in your wauons fill them Li yon need the goods we arc willing to make the sacrifice to get the money Itg awake hroidciiage nptodnS J us our tiat8 doing Into busy ines rull1r tliitigs anti telling about them Theres a well that leads directly throngs of nvr Get in line and ha the many who strengthening their business We want yon to toll friends neighbors of the many good things wo have for want to servoI faithfully as you Confidence established the rest easy you for past patronage are very IF WE YOU TELL IF NOT TELL US The Merchants Carnival For many days past rumors of the coming splendor of the Merchants Carnival have been on every JiPi last Friday evening when owning to the weather It had to be postponed disappointment seized tho public which was only allayed when on Monday night the event was pulled off before a crowded audience of en thusi stic and admiring people From a spectacular standpoint the Carnival one of the most beautiful original and unique entertainments ever given lucre The stago settings consisting of large pieces of decorative art advertis ing Douglas Bros lice Arnold anti Geo M Willging were superb and when the curtain went up and fifty of Richmonds handsomest girls filed in and gave an exhilition drill was impossible for the audience to restrain the murmurs of the beauty of time elicited Following the drill each representative made a brief presentation of the excellencies of the firms stood for In such a galaxy of individual loveliness of person and excellence of performiuce it is hard to mention ono and not since all de serve it but briefly we may speak of the songs of Misses Minnie Dykes Kate Smith Lee White and Edna Guiuchixliani the artistic costume and stately beauty of Miss Martha Smith who Queen Quality was a peifect dream the splendid acting of Miss Mildred lormly who represented E V Elderand Miss Madge Hnrtof While Gibsonand the originality of costume of- Miss Katherine In whose tlito credit of the L and A railroad was most admirably upheld Lack of fepaco forbids us to mention more Among tho gentlemen who were preeminent of course were the Inimitable Squire Anner without whom no local theatrical could be a successjMr Burton Karris of Covington and Banb Mr Billy Omen who ns oll down the house Fred Urin stead of D OlJham Allen Zaiing 01 the Pobtolllce and chiefest of all little Brother rude who ns John Altaians butcher shop representative and with a real live pig made hit of tIme evening On the whole a more succisaful charade of its charac ter wits never enacted by home talent of the cnccess il the occasion iSI due to Kev llugn McLcIlan and Mr Clarence E Wood who mud Admir able sUge managers So runounml was the success of the Carnival that a repetition was deemed necessary and a matihee was given yesterday afternoon which likewise was largely attended A neat sum indeed was netted by the laiUes of the Christian church under whose the performances were We cannot close this article without SMHtkHiiax t11pi ao iurnlstred dui this atireevenlah MUM Olivia BiMwis aM the mtmifaK wlos AMr DAW Joa iof Loiitm Mr Claee Xeu efw w taty WM likewoftheW- ItIviMia fMHotm ud bigblK ppiMM c Fresh as Apple Are counter heaps of Dress Stuffs and Woven Dainties The loom artists have caught many a hint from nature and the merchandise artists made the things almost as chap for you as if they We as well attempt to Paint the Rose as describe them Come and them rather have your judgment than ours they were BOUGHT FOR YOU some offerings room for many and and up wide you doors one come and and them them once Thanking we keen was admiration they all Dr brought the auspices Mr Woods Candidacy A call has been made upon Mr Clarence E Woods to become a candi date for mayor of Richmond If the people of that sociable bighearted city a man who will pull off his coat and hustle for her interests she will- et him in Clarencfl He has plenty of good horse sense and a business man of ability Lancaster Record Clarence E Woods has accepted the call of many voters to become a candi date for mayor of Richmond and in n manly and wel written card in the CLIMAX shows his full appreciation of the meaning of the words Public office is a public trust II election is assured if merit and devotion to duty count as they should Stanford Journal The call made by the citizens of Richmond on Mr Clarence Wood ask jug him to accept the the mayoralty is indeed a high compliment With much reluctance he yieUs although much preferring to devote his entire time to journalism rather than to get mixed up in politics but being the man that he is he sacrifices his own personal feelings in the matter anJ goes at dutys call May the day soon come when every olllce in the laud will be filled with such men as Clarence Woods Mt Vernon Signal We notice with pleasure the accept alIce of the Mayoralty call made by the citizens of Richmond of our es teemed friend Mr Clarence Woods No man better fitted or qualified for this office conld be selected than Mr Wood Rishmoml and all other towns need just such men for the city officer Men who ate not afraid to standup for what is right men who will work for the interest of tho city and the people at large men who have opinions and a will i und men who will not be in fluenced by any corporation or set of men Mr is a man who if elected will serve the citizens of Richmond judiciously honesIy and fear esily He having made a special study of municipal ownership and city government for the past several years U better qualified to hold this position than any man weknowofin Richmond We believe that he will make a most efficient faithful anti successjul officer lIe Juts already done inueh for the citi zens of Richmond and if elected Mayor lie will do more Jessamine News Closing Out Sate I am offering iny enliraslock of boots and shoes and fixtarMjur sale apr7tt liRXKVv KELLY CetIie 2 One oidyfc ondJiHtiilel nrry for sale Artist T PK CiD BALKS 3apr4t Uiclimoni Ky plI ant j kiise out iawsster ItltllUaoK everooui4 s4tb4etor tarwhi- wa giriNi Oio ii ujijg otI Rt uI or Every Corner of the Orient Has been ransacked to make our store different from any other Never has it been so so full of new things EiithusiasmI Blossoms the Shoe I Our New Carpets Rugs and Mattings Are all in We are showing s big assortment of handsome hltthgrade Carpets in this de partment A dozen firstclass manufacturers represented in this stock When you buy Carpets from us 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 Ctrpxt Department and get our estimates OUR HOISERY STOCK Is chuck full of new novell ie for the season We pride our selves on giving the best values and maintaining the lowest market anythingSMALL WARES AND NOTIONS j- AVo are In the lead when it comes to small ware ami notions We are continually showing new things In Delta Combs NotionDepartment Thb tlJ business I stockkeenm ilava it wetnmco beaten path to our traverse it daily oi are daily relations your We as weserve is rtspectrnllyt Wi II OLDilAM COMPANY PLEASE OTHERS it sight as Koon hands Hob V Much held ronsie want is is E Woods store 7 Aeettiv w- H4rri1ui beautiful are EGGS Thurman always pays the highest cash market price fur eggs hides and doorIto corner and First streets 20febtf Pljmoth Rock Eggs For Sale I have for sale for sotting purposes pure bred Barred ilyinoth Rocks Eggs cents per setting of 15 C D MIIIKU IGinartf Richmond Ky For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms hath room anti hall and all lieceSiaryout buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evan or the undersigned Mus SPEED SMITH 2janlyr Richmond Ky Wanted Ladies and gentlemen to introduce the hottest seller on earth Dr Whites Electric Comb patented 1890 Agent arecolnivy money Cures all forms of scalp ailments headaches etc yet cost tho same as an ordinary comb Sent cents in stamps for sample D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatnr Ill 27feblyr Anger is one of thesinewsof the soul ha that wants it hath a maimed mind Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inch allayedbySkin Ointment Many very badases nave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and nippleshappedind chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood t Mfni and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 Tents per package There are 5S2 knots of ocean travel between Halifax and New York Women Vhi Wear Well It is astonishing how great a change a few years of married life will make in the appearance and disposition of many women The freshness the fharninlie briliance vanish like the rudelyIshadow a filnt echo of the charming thisIyoung women appreciate tho shock to the system through the change which Ie tines with marriage Many neglect dnal with the unpleasant drama which nye often consequent on marri age Slid not understand hug that this secret drain is robbing the cheek of its freshness anti the form of gnralhtatthmeiit of the beth of tW delicate womanly qriasatwswhien these orgafia are attahfajxt ftHeAlt the face auu4 to the- fact i1it es4tnssa Half a- eswIIJerihaveH ft fooRd- hiikhMod1aP llllltM me of Dr Me lre8criptlol1 II k uie l1O anti sk- kFi PIlI it JI Stops tho Cough and Works off thoScord Laxative Rromo Qtintue Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents ScotT not at the natural defects of any which are not in their power to amend It is cruel to beat a cripple with his own crutch TO CUBE A COLD IX ONE DAT Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablet All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents The most useful and honorable knowledge for the mother of n family is tIme science of good housekeeping Cures Kczrma aunt Helling Humors Thronli The liluuil Cost Nothing to Try it B 1111 Botanic Blood Balm taken Internally will kill all humors in the blood that cause the awful itchlmr of wuterybJi 1 and jointsprickly pause in the skinold eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Illood Hahn wid make the blood puie and rich heal every sore and perma nantly stop all the itching sensations Botanic Blofd Balm gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B at all drug stores l Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Describe trouble and free medicine ad vice give until cured Costs nothing to try B B Bas medicine is sent pre paid J2 Tis ridiculous and unjust that tho laziness of our wives should be main tained with our sweat and labor bc4This signature Is on every box of the geaalno Laxative BromoQuinine Tablet tbo remedy that cure a cold In one day Tie a dull and hurtful pleasure lo have to do with people who admire tin and oppose all we say A WONDERFUL nTTENTIOiT They cure dandruff liair falling licail ache etc costs the same as an ordirtrv comb Dr Whites Electric lomb Tho only patented Comb in the world introducedsimply comb your hair each day nod the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb Is simply unbreakable and lit Lbreakten guarantee to clye perfect satisfac lion in erery respect Send stamps for SScLivewhere to introduce this article Sells successSeewantedliotice drts ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Ilhiuc4a 27feblyr The wandering sheep that hath tel e worried to death to be taken homo will make but sorry mutton DO YOU WANT Tose1lyourREALEAT1TJMBEa JYOU fitIh NL3ii7e 7 a c TTh cnENAULT 4D PllLLER DAVIS ICmd VEDNESDAY A PltpQ IIeaIrcd ICEI biIIgOD C hC unca- l RICt PER fi lJ DEMOCRA J rn and other prop OMtome IiFDa cou I N n TUTORNABO W lossesJof company The t10Pe company for the JOU ow operating in the n every year filling to l7MfllCUISru cell on L P follvctae office In court IflioCoui t Jjde Ultdimond Ky rly 1117 BEST O AHOM A Yr 4Indian 4Territory Arkansas Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon 3aS 8S1aOnly Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out of Louisville- For schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Trav Pass Agt I C E B Louisville JEIWINK1ND11 DR fi BLJER BUCKEYE Oz 0 4l 2 lIf D ZIi DLjzZ 11 c Oi m IJ41 n W ro c r wim GftJ11 imflrflL- I UJJ ii j InJ1 wJJ I Im VL PILE BiMJmii CURE A New Discovery for Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN 11 CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS i HK F BALURD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO l sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggistslanl01y Is kite initial bnstmnt Bo OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays jX to the estate of the dead The Coiiipnny is It than 7 years old nnd lias a greater premium inrnine to tho business in force than any Life IiiMirance Coiininy The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 380000Ainoi i Plaeed In Ileverse Surplus S2OOOOO mg an Investment yielding large returns during life jrapany offers special advantages tilll SMITH BOWMSECRETARY NiLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 4PLOWS I The FosBon JiltS arrived when the farmers arc in of PLOWS ninl other Farming Implements and that tlnis in need of such miiy know that we are still catering to he wants of this ulnse we call attention to our line of Vulcan PlowstNew Western Cultivators1lBarIow rafiiers1tovescj1Pi inware Tin Roofing and Guttering a specialty W D Buckle Tinner Call and examine our stock before buying elsewhen TAYLOR BROS C K SMITH IreB R E BAIRD Sec and TronsJ L M WARE General Manager rJ Tho Jffoon Sraily Snnly 2 Incorporatnd IOffers the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market JThe because it will make you the Most Money DO Ey the For and search you It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 for I business on our Books It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company 10 t The Jefferson I NEW nfl under it Weekly Contract can sell you virtually JfQrpund Floor BusineM every I8th week jt A trial willprove the wisdom of an Investment In The JeffersonjI j HOME OFFICE No 22 N Upper StLEXINGTON KY n Iff fT r ORGANI7FQII3G11 CEO WltOKniS P esl wv RITE Vice Pres r faG MUTUALLlrIJIN URAN B QI o 1CES1lTCKY IIII Home Office Louisville Ky DavldJUerrlwcfherSecy Jos Pettul Tress J1A nSteadnun Medical Dlrectcr Henry A Hodge Snpt Agencies Kentucky Admitted A9 etfloe 31 UIX 301871 23 himptAnt Dao3 ia 191539 13 Increase in surplus 15097432 Jncoma for 779537 St 1910 6oIua so KxceMlnwaHMirertTpendltureV 1MSII 01 i Insurance In force December 21N190V 16045549 JH KENNEDY SpedatAggat emily RICHMOND KY J n IfAKD STOCK AND CROP r j The Stanford Journal notes thsale of a bunch of hogs at 4t cents Green Newby the colore blacksmith of Newby has a sow that has had 52 pigs in four littersaT S Elldn of Lancaster bought of Thomas Stone some butcher stuff at 3tc also some hogs from Huffman at 5J cents Runt Beazley of Paint Lick have shipped 100000 pounds of tobacco from that end of the county in two months time A hogshead of Shelby county tobacco sold 1775 per 100 pounds at Louisville last week being the highest price of the year M H Thomas sold to John- S Robinson two yearlingl mules at S130 number of lots ofhogs are re ported in the Harrodsburg Democrat at 5+ to oic L Ashurst of Bourbon county sold his crop of hemp about 33000 pounds to the Jacobs Cordage Co of Cin cinnati at S6 per 112 pounds delivered on the cars here Winchester Sun DANVILLE COIJHT There were several hundred cattle at Danville court but only a small portion of theih sold The best steers brought 4 to 4ic and heifers at 3 to 3c A few but her cattle went at 3 to 3ic Mules were a little off at S60 to S110 and plug horses were dull at any price The eggj ndustry is getting to be enormous in Clark coun ty says the Democrat As an evidence of this fact E Ren aker Co shipped March30 a carload of eggs that contain ed 11400 dozen April G they shipped another carload containing 13520 dozen or a total of 24920 dozen in two weeks Among this number were 1100 dozenjguck eggs and 400 d eri Sieggs An average price of 9 cents was paid for hen 15 cents for duck and 40 cents for goose eggs They were shipped to Boston for coldstorage The total visible and in visible supply of wheat in the granaries and warehouses of the United States is given in the last government crop re port as 240000000 bushels Of this amount 28000000 bushels will be required for seed 110000000 for domestic breadconsumption and fol lowing recent figures 84000 000 will be exported If this is true there Avill be in the cou n trv JulyI onlj fI kome 18 DUO 000 bushels every gran ary shoufd be swoptclean and all the elevators emptied to the last kernel That is a smaller supply than was ever reckoned with on the date named and if the estimate is correct May wheatat 75 cents a bushel must prove one of best investments ever made in this or any other country Of course AttorneyGener al Knox is a creature of the octopus but then after all it would be hard to find a ReI publican lawyer who or who wouldnt be if he got a chance Knox is as good a man as we have any right to expect after the way he voted last fall Dont take too much stock in those stories of dictator ship in Veneluela Of course they may be true but then they may also merely have been given out by the agents of the asphalt trust lOr 9 Has become a proverbial phtase ex press futility of mere There a great pIe who think it is aI useless to hope tor health as to for the moon They have tried mny medicines and many doctors but all in vain A great many hopeless and women have been cured use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery i people with obstinate coughs bleeding lungs night sweats and other symptoms of disease whichxtf neglected or jslcillfully treated consumptionGolden derful healing power It increases nutrition body and so gives strength to throw off disease It cleanses the blood from poisonous impurities and enriches it with red coipuscles health It is not a stimulant but a strength giving medicine It contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine nor any other narcotic yinferioroffer a substitute as just as good as Discovery If you are convinced that Discovery will you accept nothing else- I was in poor health when I commenced taking Dr Pierces medicine writes Elmer Lawler of Volga Jefferson Indiana I had stonutclt kidney heart and lung trouble not able to do any work I a severe ebagU hemorrhage the lungs but after using your medicine a while I commenced to pin in strength flesh stopped cough inil right aWllTTook about six bottles of tile Golden then last spring I had Grippe und It settled on Inaps leaving me with a severe cough I had the doctor but h didnt seem to help i so ntIIdcebotle9rthevials of Dr Pierce1 Pel lets that straight ened me I like a different I gladly recommend your medicine to all suffer era for I know it cured me Dr Pierces Pleas ant Pellets con stipation by curing rvau5e Crging SfieRfoon to the desire are many peo cry men by the the of the the 6f cure Mr Was bat and and and and any und feet cure THE GOEBEL MONUMENT ExGov James B MCCreary Chairmanofthe Goebel Monu ment Committee in answer to iinquiries as to when work on the monument will begin the- mount of the money raised etc gives out a statement in which he says thathe recently consulted Mr Arthur Goebel about the design and the proper time to commence work and it wasagreed that a meeting be held when Justice Goebel now in Arizona can also bepresent which will be some time this spring or early sum mer The amount to the creditoftheGoebel Monument Fund in the Farmers Bank at Frankfort is 6470 and in addition to this Mrs C C Me Chord Chairman of the Ladies Committee has collected about 5000 There are some expenses to be paidI such as printing lithographed certificatesletters etc which will amount to several hundred dollars leaving fully 11000 to be expended for the monu ment which should and doubt less will be the largest and handsomest ever erected in Kentucky hI have boon troubled with indiges tion for ten years have tried many thugs and spent much money to no purpose until 1 Dvppepsia Cure I have taken two bottles nnd got tOIlmorc relief from them than nil other medicines taken I feet more like a boy than I have felt in twenty yours Anderson lilacs of Sumi Lane Texas Thousands liavo testified as did Mr lligiis 1orry Thomas AN ECCENTRIC BULLET At the battle on the Penin sula an infantryman fell to the ground as if shot dead and was left lying in a heap as the the regiment changed posi tion The ball which hit him first struck the barrel of his gun glanced and struck a button of his coat tore the watch out of his vest pocket and then struck the man jut over the heart and was stop ped there by a song book in his shirt pocket He was un consious for threequarters of an hour and it was a full month before the black and blue spot disappeared I had iiiles had I could get no rest nor find a cure until I tried De Witts Witch Hazel salve After using it once I foipit I evor hind any timing like Iilcs K C Coice Somera Point X Y Look out for imitations PerryThomas As we expected it has proved that all itlie Japanese Russian war talk originated and ended in London as so many other antiRussian false hoods have originated Great Britain hates andfears Russia and canbe on tp 1 1 reai tany tIiivol that 1Jl in diffl fli 1Liesthe United States shouldnot do so You cannot enjoy perfect IicaUlirosy cheeks and sparkling eyes ifyour liver cloggedIgripePerryThe administration has persuaded Gov Allen of Porto Rico not to resign It has also persuaded a num ber of dead ducks who longed to get back to their neglected law practice to accept jobs on the St Louis Exposition Commission Spring conchs Ire specially dangerous and unices cured nt oneoserious results often follow Ono Minute Cough Cure acts like magic It is not a common mixture hut is a high grade remedy Pony in Thomas Maine has decided that she is getting tired of having all the corporations and trusts organized in New Jersey and leaving their fees there and has passed the most liber al laws in existence to entice them within its borders Thus the trail of the octopus is over all Mayor Johnson of Cleve land is shaking things up in his town iis he threatened to do He proposesand en forces a reassessment of property winch will compel the big corporations to pay their share Gool for Tom Practically all tl1e Chicago ministers preached and pray ed publicly against Carter Harrison just before the may oralty election Result lIar rison had a walk over Evidently the ministers had no pull Gen Cassius M Clay alone and unterrified upholds the peculiar reputation that Kentucky has won by so much strife and bloodshed Actually it seems that the VicePresidency has cast a blight over Teddy He hasUt figured in the papers lornear ya month now vf ltlsa posit ve cruelty lo thea child iHiw6wrcli will inaKaStft laughing 1Ittt sfllaymotcs 1 eWhen YouDtkJava and Mocha COFFEE You get the best ASK 23 apr2mHIGGINS EL- LISThtIhicKamr Rustic Furniture Country Clob Summer Homes Lawn or Porch youngIIII can stand the severest weather and II always retain more comfort than Is furnitureII IiIiII If your does not keep them jIIpatterns and unique aoth century styles JiI homes and clubs II flTheMARTINSVILLE IND aprtOSm ti6 Till GEMPATENT SELF LOCKING AND ADJUSTABLE IROMNQ BOARD Zocls on edge of table or cleat on Ue tull IRONING MADE A PLEASURE LABOR REDUCED ONEHALF We want salesmen In every State County and Twnlrt the Unibil Etatesto handle this board and other patenM kitchen woodeuware sightWekitchen woodenware and want men to work on salaries and commission or on straight sal aries Our men are making 10000 per week Men that demonstrate to us that they are good salesmen we pay well Write us for particulars McDOHOUQH NOVELTY COMPANY EAU CLAIRE WIS aprlOSin 4 Arrange Your Summer Trip TO VISIT THE AMERICAN FXPOSITION- AT BUFFALOA MAY I TOOViThJIL 0 r t0 r i i- NGARAFAELS ttOh of the SfiVon Wondnrs of the World within and hours ride from Ilutlalo Thousand IsIs mis Muskoka Lakes The Adirondacks and New Knuland points are but a short and delightful ride by lake rai- lWeekly Excursions VIA Big Four Route TO BUFFALO On Tuesdays May 7 H 21 and 28 ratp of one fare puma Sl round trip good for return leaving UnlTalo up to midnight on following Saturday Tickets on sale daily commencing Tuesday April 30 at the late of one tripOooilOn all throucb tickets either one way or round trip reading east of Buffalo privilege of fluffaipduringwith Joint Agent at that point and payment of fee of n Call on or write Agents Big Four for full informatton circulars of the Exposition etc J o WARREN J LYNCh WP DEPPE Qenl Pass Tt Agi A Q P T Agt- I E AgtCINCINNATI WALL PAPERS FOR 19O1j boughtlW ing Factories and hive now in stock the largest andiM j most variedstock iin Central Ken tucky They are each and every one marked at a prico that simply deQes competition From So 011 up to the finest hand goods All naw designs and colors i Yellows Illnes Pinks Greens Reds Etc Xoa are most cordially TUel to call and Inspect our selection Bet M Iiligisg Wall Paper WJudow 1 Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Etc 209WMAkt StBICHMOND KYf r J c i iit 1 No other- lackage cof fee goes so far or gives- such entires- atisfaction as ARBUCKLESROASTED Costs only a cent more than the common kinds Gives more cups and better wrapperaescboneenUllesyoueach package ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept BAKERS1 Bedside and Redding Table This unique table Is Indeed It household necessity It is neatly and substantially made and besides being a very valuable piece of furniture It is en crnameat to any some OUR HANDSOME BOOK containing prices and fully illustrating and describing this perfect device for comfort mailed free to any address Write fqr it today J R BAKER SONS CO loo Wayne Street KENDALLVILLS Unuil nni KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tIle exhausted digestive or digestantandcan approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulemeSick Headache and allotherresultsoflmperfectdigestion PrlcoBOc ana SI TurcosIze contains snatllsizeBookallaboutdyspepstamalledfreoPrepared For pale by Perry Thomas JAPANsEcCURE Jew aQ QmNeto Tresttncnt consisting 01 twBozeaciOTerrnatnraandtieirrco ltmnakcs Sn Opsiatloor Injections or carbolic Acid which pevmanentenrean4ortIesultiu3 this torriblo disease We Pacts a Written tobeneataby mall BoxCONSTIPATION IUOULATOIaand 50D0s35apancso Illo Curo for sale only by For sale by Stockton Hngan Druggists VILEY THE TAILORI Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of ee IMQRTBD FABRI From New York and desires to make you an uploilala SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York TRY HIM J f W S VILEYLFXINGTON MAIN ST KY lofebly Burlington Route Great Train Service torIKansasIuget Sound and Portland with connections at Lincoln Nehn front Chicapo and IeorilThe Turlington North em ExpressFor Pacific Coast via dailyfromFor SI 1anl Minneapolis and North west several trains daily from Chicago and St Louis The Finest Trains in World Chicago to St Paul antI Min neapolis JosephtwoChicago California Excursions in through tourist sleepers personally conducted from St Louis and Chicago every Wednes oIYMver Scenic Colorado Salt Lake City equiopedtrninsWrita for matter descriptive of any contemplated journey through the West W WAKELYDIA MoHOWARDManager Sb6marly VIGORMEN MAGNETIC HER VINE Easily QuIckly B htfluefrI0oldwtthsWflttp Guarantee to cur alVl1tlnrCxeeeg fl pr tOs for g5 Mailed to anll1ddrcu on receipt ci priesThe Jmtiua1c1no CobsVauiSlina PIT1SBURG- CENTRAL STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA QMER SUPERIOR ADVANfAGeS to SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti are Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle adall other kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission Arms given prompt at tention lIfiVATHrMJ y1 1DI OJBOELtGrarIr 1 How Is Your r REPAIRING AND XMZfl WATCHES A SPECLIITY L ELANEJ XE9r IC IfAll Gttaraateed Stree- tRICFJMONDKY I E = PLOW IfV t + t ii iIIvIof + = l ill 1 Call in and see what we have in the way ot PLOWS CULTIVATORS4rjr HARROWS CORN PLANTERS And all Kinds of FARMING IMPLEMENT jWe can mate it to your Interest as well u our own If you will do U 7 FULL LINE OF REPAIRS Every one knows that the OLIVER is the best Plow thats made The Drown Cultivator Tornado and Imperial Disc harrows Barlow Uay worth and Evans Corn Planters are standard implements and we GUARAN TEE every one of them Come in and see the Evans Disc Corn Planter the tallest and BEST A close inspection will find our stock complete and our prices the LOWEST D B1AKELF RD aMy MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY + TO QUIT + Work BUSINES81i1 tHaving decided to quit business we will sell our entire STOCK OF BOOTS SHOES ETC+++ + ++++ I Regardless of COST So if you need now or ever expect to needa pair this is the time to buy as you will probablyw never have another opportunity like this We have between J 6000 and 7000 worth of rods that must be disposedof at once in order to stop expenses Below are Iiquoted some of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at B 2 60 Ie 3 00 t 2 15 iu u 50 U u 1 85 U U 2 00 u cc a 1 60 U it n u1 50 1 00 Mens Fine Shoes worth 4 00 now go at S 3 00 ifU H t u fir3 50 2 60 l cs9n3 00 Q cc t u 2 50 t 1 75 2 00 l 60I S Mens Bootees 5 00 3 60 u 4 00 3 00 t 7 at 1Thet Main Court Main HouseFreeman BrostI THE NEW mlMt 11 A JTONGUELESS CULTIVATOR CLAIMS I NewDcparture SpcowillDeparture constructloncomposedentirely occupieslittle outlastany i 5 It cost the farmer less for repairs I draftfrompresuregalledshoulders t 9 It has no complicated qvBnerearhI worklOj1hebraces came besafypIn adjntedto crossfurrowsand nicety It rI 12 On arealways U by the draft- 5J3 It will ploW elOift to the kumc at iithe entia of rows iheveiS SlneckS lrfor thehsr Ol4itkits f L19 other eMiv tcr UH braces e s wltuooiSspsod t 11 i t DIGLAS MMor1u- 1w41L PJjpta m