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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cj I 4J I f i rj i i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX ii 7 VOLUME 3EtIORMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1904 Fitdfer J NUMBER 43 PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUGSTORE I C OR MAIN FIRSTk J1= 1 Highest Qualityc floods It 1 71 II 7454 Lackey andt- Uamiltoni 4 You the advantage getting the most iv j the best the price + 72 c22ez c2ez aLez 2 S vWSpring jjfe + Goods in J w ez 2L2 2ez It W e IZL S S S S sI The latest things in Diess Goods Novelty Suitings Plain and Fancy Waist + i ngs Ginghams Percales pricesnveryd+ son ut prices from 5e per yatd up + Large line of the newest hugs in Trimming Brnid fliIII Medallions Eni hoi h Iips Ribbons and fELP at nil prices from lc J per up I We have received our t ft New Spring Hosiery The best values to be 1181fl ladiis M isses and F rens plain fancy ribbed IKM and stripped Hosiery 141 at 81 10 I2i15 20 25c p1 J 1iLIee e f ldWfrn trr IlIIIonI MaeI 1ii 9J UrtQ tJTArrl iff y tk 717fi Prtces The habit of buying good goods is cultivated by trading at the Hustling 7A have of of for every line just child Our Carpet and Lace Cur tain isbrimming with bargains Carpets 15c per yd and tip Mattings be and a I ifLACEper pa1r If Cottage Poles complete for 10 cts E 4 yTheCases Telescopes and Valises shllnLin the eitv nice 24ineh Suit Case S125 Teie scopes and Valises all prices FWe have secure some of the best factory lines of SHOES be had rStyle the latest quality the highest rlowestfor men 350 S5 are the best ever shown in the city ore pair and you will always wear them sirinsvanningand youths immense Oui will surprise you Mens nftbby suits made of wearing materials 4 9S Better goods at prices just rea Suit made order Sind fit guaranteed I06 Our prices are the very lowest that can be made on all qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look A look means the purchase of bargain for you Our Motto is to Please 7Very Respectfully KFY AND HAMilTON tJ J 31 iflflj fl p tI I V IJ hVl LER L o 1 r 1 Ii riI IiIlri1I v t tt d 9ltItI Liy rai vr thu v 0 IItfi1a fitt1tiIjh1 rjm nbt1i fj i 1 g 11 r t c a J 1 t lIunks S190an1 at l to at to Try N is prices v at as sonable to v a tL co 1 IFOf Rent fur the year 1904 thft n iv Rrp rnm OIn Mnl street now OIllhd1f Auctioneer j W cprvio as an nutonefr nha itiHotHkj 27tf T P Ohenanlr Kyy1AxkaxzuVtIJe8Idbfl nt tIPHI eat ftt1Ofl- alH8htlIId lessure Resort 1flOW in fiiJlJinSr OliirmtP unKiirpsBtPdJ lint irtn peclBlli v St Lonm daily S2ftp rnjrtakinu tlm run in 11 n H T uri Three ftthcr fMBtrtlaily HIljllo1 ljpra- It Ji4rrfl by calling n- nrtgjirnDP uI r 19 WnitCIncinnatI O M Jf l Very Lowest Cash Store Department CURTAINSC 2t IL THRO KENTUCKY itro kyVIIeJeIiIw Utjef the fields are nvbrilnuitii ViiIi lila ft1IrIpOtIiiigI grahfHftr tohMBd plnutf are Krojviti r IH tit liIIIllIt BIIWII wiihcorn Tuli I4 IHIIIH lifir as cactus Jii Mire an III2lItebIJIIIh nacjUtiLargernil linoftB Hiea j hnle ha In hat iilil Keiitiiuky DowpHe rf nil p nplaTfujt a Jinrvpntv- Monny In hank fin VHiVto yarSA it tilt gCt tlflIII- IIBt 1It thon j Ihs xvheti iliiy land here tlerf thwaJIlre tl liijilfwayf Itutli high iid dry rn ralus and floitcl wIePoswiur tit roaiis lire ImnlIly goOd I5nt of pikes nid Iitgh aihtlllllePisAnil tlie raiiif let no il tfiwnte hrem K oOpritrsAurora the tnmoiisolil Gresi Hivgr On its roadbed nioolh na R 1s peakofLitetiFor youll nepd it in yoncjufneisl On your trip to Panitiee i In your travwla toStLouig Hiislle beat tliem niuler the wire hCj t the bTibv JAlEHENDmoNIAILA JlBn A vf it to the Richmond Carriage t Works wilPcoiivinceiFoa that we can serv youas never before Tly hand gorneabnggheyourlinfyon with the style jlnil finish orotlr Ve lilcles lint wIJI thaktt h0 price so ns tlJ fiiit ynnrs m RnA Onr vetiloleii rongp jn riPs from S8Uk S200 nnd lIIctIJ eatiies wc ltIlVtniccIlln 8RI I p or in lilCh llflidEve philt 1rH h ii fi eE f Bi9ti Rcbwot Carriago Worka- r1r = rr Interesting Kentucky Items THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE the House in Favor of the National Pure Seed Billie tuienatepasted the Byron bill making an ap propriation of 20000 to build a monu DOqwtrowease the per capita of the state re itfleb1IIripassed20000 for new buildings at the same ichool A resolution was adopted dl Inlosthe legIslaUve committees this sos Ionto the legislators who desire UiemTcalled from the clerks desk and theehouse by unanimous vote passed a res ol Uon urging the Kentucky delegation in congress to vote for the national pure seed bill Mr Weathers- of the criminal law committee reportSed by unanimous consent the bill 188 and It was advanced In theworders The bill Increases tho for safeblowing bank robbery The committee on rules called up and thtiesly weapon within a passenger coach The bill was adopted The Cochran fschoolsbordering on county lines passed House bill 202 to prohibit fraudulento certification of land was adopted KENTUCKY MINE WORKERS The Western District Met In Louisville and Elected Officers Louisville Ky March 9t11eUntt ed Mine Workers of the Western KeoJ tucky district Tuesday elected the fol owing officers President C W Wells Central Cityivice president W R Hick and treasurer G D Wood The convention which held its first session Tuesday is expected to remain aJointthe same district will begin The most important matters before the conven tion are the wage scale for 1904 to beSsubmitted tb the operators next and the consideration of plans for unionizing the Hopkins fields An officer of the organization stated Tuesday that he was practically as Bured of an increase in the present wage scale to 8Zk cents a ton for mmhing and 2 to 220 a day for labor would be demanded of the opera tors President Wells report shows a surplus of 10000 Jn the treasury WERE WITNESSES Members of Printing Board Before the Investigating Committee Frankfort Ky March 9The com prIntIngGov Beckhnm Secretary of State Mc Chwihey and Auditor Hager of the printing hoard which allowed the 28 000 account of a Louisville printing disputeTheyost in the persons or its contract and that they believed the account was reasonable hut not being experts could not say whether this was true or not Gov Bcckham asked to he allowed momherruled that evidence relating to that bythisFLOOD AT OWENSBORO Farmers Are Fleeing to the Hills on the Indiana Side Owehsboro Ky March 9 Tuesday night tho water in the Ohio was Just rolling along the top of the Indiana banks opposite Owcnsboro Indiana farmers are using all celerity possible In fleeing to the hills Boats tugs and launches are being pressed Into serv ice removing corn and tobacco from the lowtands The river continues to rise at the rate of an InCb an hour ut expectIngAged Woman Beheaded Louisville Ky March 9Sarah pretorrTuesday evening she laid her head on the Louisville Nashville railroad track at the Seventh street crossing nd a moment later a passing train be oMed her Mad Dog Scare at Versailles Versailles Ky March 9 Versailles having a mad dog scare A dog ap- arsntly affected with hydrophobia ran through the city and It has since de dogsSoveralnavo already been killed An Early Victim Uarboursville Ky March IWait- er WesIIe astudont at Union college as seriously Injured Monday while playing foothall on the college football grounds His spine was injured by a and hrecovery Is uncertain His pmo Is In Pulaski county Secretly Married For Three Years ScottsviHe Ky March 9lho marriage of Miss Emma Barger daughter f Jefferson Barger of the Chapel Hill and Emmet Hinton has hoes announced The couple were mir ried in Gallatin Tenn three years ago StrengthIf 0IIytiaIassimihlleU1snd expelledholUCure adds to the physical It jives s nheonlywmbidtlonest the food and enable the system to appropriate altof its health and j EDhvorn1 It Saved His pA Danfortb of LagralleGRsuffered for six wIth a runnins 1ckImJiAtj ilpstguaranteed Q lye Sold by ttOStockton drnRgiBt lm THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY emil Passed That Will Cost the State 30000 Frankfort March 11enateTheo- use bill providing that missing copas of Kentucky reports In the tqunty and federal clerks offices be rntshed and paid for by the state re c 18 votes to 16 against it and was declared passed It was asserted that this bill will cost the state 30 0 It not vetoed by the governor The ouse bill appropriating 22000 for Improvements at the deaf and dumb In itute at Danville passed House bill o 246 to prohibit the RUling of rab ta and squirrels with the gun from- eptember 16 to November 15 each year Intended to protect quail from hunters who go out to kill rabbits and I Sonand squirrels mary be snared of caught ith dogs during that period however he bill to fix a special penalty for- elling or buying registration certifi aton was postponed till Monday which kills It- HouseBills passed Taking the control of the printing for the nppol late court reports from the state print ag board and placing it in the handstthe judges of the court of ith power to make contracts and revoke any contracts where its provisions have been violated making aduU tery the only ground for divorce that e state shall replace copies of the entucky Reports and certain other books belonging to any county whenT said books are destroyed by the license tax from mineral w ater Bill No 193 which proposedl t raise the salaries of the n guards from G5 to 76 a month was called up Mr Oliver offered an amendment raising the salary of the deputy wardens from 1200 to 1500 a year This was defeated BOATNER TRIAL ITHE Defendant Is Charged with Complicity In Embezzling 28000 Hartford Ky March l1The IS3mVInhead on the bench The finlt case on trial Is that of J W Boatner charged with receiving ombeszled money The case grow out of the sensational express episode In Fordsvllle this county two years ago Boatner claim ed to have sent 28000 from Owens TchlitzbaumFordaville claimed that he was held up and robbed of Boatners package and funds of the Illinois Central Railroad Co He was given one year In the penitentiary It Is charged in the indictment that o gave the money to Boatner There are about 40 witnesses to be examined The case Is an important one as It will set a precedent as to the safety of sending money by expressCMan Shot By a Woman Owlngsvllle Ky March 11On In dian creek Menlfee county James Patrick it Is alleged was perhaps fatally shot by Mrs Taylor Ingram Patrick entered her home and It Is claim ed mado improper proposals He left but later returned and attempted to enter the house when It is claimed Mrs Ingram fired on him with a shot gun the charge taking effect in his sldo and thigh Mrs Ingram was not arrested How to Identify Him Owensboro Ky March ItTIdentify me telegraph No 53734 Dos ton Mass Tney wilt care for me This la the remarkable entry found id JIvedunderand who died In the city hospital Thursday morning Sale of Light Harness Horses Lexington Ky March ItThe first good sale of light harness horses was onsummated by the purchase Of fiveohead of youngsters the get of Jay ftregor by Connelly McLaln or klngman county Kan from W L i Spears of this city Price privateh Lumbermen Are Jubilant Barbourvllle Ky March 11Lumdber men In the mountains over the prospects of getting out so many logs The recent rains have caused a good tide In all the mountain streams and all the logs along the water courses will be ret adriftIFarmer Died From His Injuries Hopklnsville Ky March llDhlkStephens a Trigg county farmer died at his home near Cjiledonla While driving into hIs stable on a load of thotopchest was crushedIiWllliamstownGarrett a mulatto was killed In a row hre and George Wocdhead Is held In jail for the crime The owner of tho saloon Jack Reddy was shot by Garrett Reddys injuries are not fatal Dr Traylor Drops Dead Lancaster Ky March llDr GA Traylor of BryantavlHe this county dropped dead while tlsiting a patient He was about 70 years of age and the i oldest physician in the county He was never married The Ripper Signed Frankfort Ky larch 11Qoi- Beckham has signed the bill known as the Louisville ripper bill giving the mayor of Louisville the authority to appoint and remove members of his executive boards Australia has moro churches per capita than any othiir country The Name Witch Hazel The name Witcll Hazel is much abused E 0 DeWjtt Co Chicago are life inventors of the original A8j zema etc There are many counterfeits f0r this salve some of which are dangerous while they am all worthless In buylnc Witch f Hllz1 Salve feethat Ihe name E 0 De Witt ot leon the boxnnd a cure is certain BJild by E C Wines alwaysemHappy Healthy Children Any child can tale Little Early Rla harmJellSt thatmbustc ycannotand eVftone who ueea Do Witts Little Early Risers prefe them to all other hY1ECWIBCi na RUTS The walking sickwhat crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sickenough tOgQtedII Chronic cases J1 thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need cotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new fleshand gives new life to the weak system getshinof the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetiteforordinary Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose l bgIdt5oi doses free Be tore that this picture in oiFtke of- Emloiun you buy i SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and all druggist BIG LEGAL BATTLE itle of 3600 Acres of Valuable Ohio Land to Be Contested PArt of an Eutate Left to Stave bT John Randolph of Itonnoke lm to He Fought For in the Court Farmers in the southern part of Meri cer county 0 are considerably e erclsedIver a copy of a will recently elina In the probate court by a attorney John Beam of coloredI Ind laying the foundation for battle for the possession of 3600 acres of Mercer county land valued at over f250 000John Randolph of Roanoke Va who was a wealthy slave owner died in 183G leaving a large estate William Leigh was made executor of his will and was directed to purchase 3600 acres of land somewhere in the United States and to give each of his slaves ten acres wIt liam Leigh finally decided to purchase this land In Marion Franklin Granville and Jefferson townships and locate the Randolph slaves In the southern part ofethe county Leigh had the title of the land put In his name as executor and had It Is said Intended to deed tenacres to each slave attef locating them Lelghstarteiiwith his 360 odd slaves on canalboats up the Miami and Erie canal and when the people of the southern part of this and Auglalze county heard of it they met the slaves at New Bremen 0 drove them back and would not allow them to land Most of the returned to Virginia but some r them afterward located on some of the land purchased for them Only a f tiNowad no right under the bill to take title In his name as executor but that title have been given to the slated as in the will and that the peo pIe who purchased this land from either William Leigh or the squatters have no good title A petition will Shortly be filed In tho Mercer common pleas court by Attorney Beam who Is also one of the alleged heirs to reclaim this land for the heirs of the Randolph slaves This land has beconie very valuable for Its oil and gas deposits CZAR WANTS SHIP CANAL Project to Connect hue IHnclc Sea with the Bottle hr the Mcnni ot Long Artificial Ditch The czar has approved a gigantic project for a canal to connect the Black sea with the paltlc The course will be 1200 miles long and the cost is esti mated at 40000000 The plan is to follow the Dwlna river until near the swamps at its headwaters then dig through the forests of Minsk until the headwaters of the Dnieper are reachedIt be a tar greater undertaking than was the Baltic canal dug by Ger many but the reasons for It are elm liar The principal object talked about is to develop trade and save the enormous cost of shipping over the roundabout way through the North sea Atlantic and Mediterranean But the main thing the Russian gov ernment has in mind is to be able to call into seln just such emergencies as the dispute with Japan tha Black sea fleet which now is practically Imprisoned by Turkeys control of the only out i i ihronch the Dardanellec Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of WT Harris decd are hereby notified to Ole aroa legally verified with the undersigned on or before April or same will be barred SAML RICE Admr shbaked bread at Billy Fjr eemana at till times tl Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases ot a told deeps cated on the lungs caus- Ing is that ot Mrs Oer trude E Fenner Marion Indwho was entirely cured by the use of One Min lIe Tough Cure She rave The coughIng attn stntininff weakened ino that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 I tried a number rome dies to Jibavailunhll used One Jliu utB ronshCure Four bottles of this- wtndefnt lremcdy cnrMl1 entirel- yolw cough strengthenegin lunc and restored me to my welght health strengt h Soldi by J q Wil1e L 1m JI i 5 EVERY DEPARTMENT e IN THE Busy Bee Cash Store Is Chuck t ThingsforSThe Suit Parlors have been replenished with a large shipment of the celebrated Princees Skirts and Suits just opened and put on sale4 See them The first shipment of Schloss Bros Fine Suits for men arrived Monday night and are now on sale Dont fail to see them 9 The La France the newest most stylish and best fitting Footwear for ladies is sold solely by us6 See the uptodate last and try the wear and fitting qualities of the La France Shoes for Ia dies tr We are sole agents for Richmond Our New Wash Fabrics are the talk of the town Dont buy until you have seen them Hambergs and Laces are prices elsewhere prices JGOWnewace eiJibroidered patterns in hosiery are gems if you wear nice hosiery see our ptr jfi We are showing the strongest line of Swiss and lace ever seen in city Our styles are all new our prices the lowest Wefeave J 50 pair of of ruffled Swiss Curtains that we will sell 39c per They are wXrth 75c U IpestryIngrains Granites Linoleums Mattings until you get tired looking them kt and Druggets of all Our prices are lowest and qualities the best See themI No Advance on Cotton Goods as long as stock on hand lasts If you need Cottons buy now a visit our we are very I For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine treet with complete outfit including li good lijery horses ten buggies urries Va ollelte one cirnmmei v agott anti a lot of baled hay and con f not soul will rent the fihible and sell he outfit RESIDENCE FOR SALE I have for sale a one in Second street Mittaliuni eight coins goOd cistern all necessary luildings Lot 40x100 feet Price 2500 J W Masters ebltf Richmond Ky Eight hour laws are ignored by those frHlens little workers Dr Kings New- fe IilU Millions are always at w ork night and day curing Inclines Biliouflne8 Sick fleadacho and all Stomach Liver and t owel trnllhlp EIY wlnnconf safe ii re 2e at It 6 Iruit newer and at lower than Get our and save money Boot and boot new Curta this at pair and at kinds the two onA number residence out illll See our New Goods Get our prices get our Dress Goods Sales Ladies to help you plan your dress are uptodate and know how to save you money and make you a pretty dress Extending to you cordial invitation to Mammoth Bargain Store respectfully VV D OLDHJlM eo Working Overtime Constipation istocktous storeliii Out prettier perfect Dress They rBig Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coal 4 +++ ++++ + ++ 4+++++++A 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJt gratt without any attention 10 + f4 + + +++++ V- O fA Oieat Values In i Fall Merchandise 4 9 New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our T jstore immense stocks ol seasonable merchandisegreater and betLer selected stocks jjg ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the fyj fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city HT t WHITE GOODS A It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton W Vestinirs and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showingan elegant 3 ollection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined Piques qa and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery We are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in tyles out Ul the ordinary The most complee assortment in the city in felt beaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right J HOSIERYEvery style ofiplain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lislethread 11 Jiadcgttolt ivery pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of the market We do not handle inferior grades at all 1I Clothing and Shoe Department t JLUU b fail to inspect this department as they are brim full ofbargmns We1J only ask in fairness to yourself to compare prices You will find we have the rfght prices Mens Suits815 down to 350 Boys Suits 6 down to 98c Shoes at all prices Come and gee them J3P i=s Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices Ettefti1te00 g O Q rr ii IJ 11 4 vv Icii A tiS3 3 + + a m t Our Line of Vehicles offeringspecial Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction ac Give us a call e ue eaTT8 e oT s RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at- c20 a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 16 19MI For the past few days it has looked like winter had taken a fresn start It is an unusual fact that the pres ent month will have two full moons For engraved cards invitations etc see samples and prices at the CLI MAX office The Bluegrass Graded School Tournament will be held in Nicholas ville this year It will occur in MayI Tomorrow will be St Patricks Day wfien all the sons of Erin will wear the Shamrock in honor of their dead Saint Mrs James K Marcnm widow of the murdered Marcum of Jackson will live in Winchester She lias rented a house and will move thereto soon The study class of the Missionary Society will meet in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church Fri day afternoon at three oclock Mr and Mrs John Rife and their only child of Boone county died of measles within a few hours of each other and were buried in the same grave Dont forget we acknowledge ro superior in the merchant tailoring bus iness all our work Is guaranteed tf Stouffer Mahler Let the CLIMAX print your horse and jack cards We not only do work promptly but neatly and with dIs- patch Hail and see samples and get prices before placing your order Will McCollnm was convicted in the Manchester Circuit Conrt and given five years in tic penitentiary for kill ing Sid Baker a brotherinlaw of Jim Howard This was his fifth trial all the others resulting in hung juries Irvine will have a telephone system in the near future All of the fix tures for the exchange have been received but a delay is caused by the lack of a suitable building There is some talk of one being erected for the purpose A new boy arrived last week at the home of Mr N B Deatbernge on See ond street The young mans name is Nathan Glover and instead of weighing eight pounds is eight years old Mas ter Glover Is a nephew ot Mr Deather age anti arrived Thursday from Kan sas City to make his hotpe with his uncle Mr Sam A Bowman will give a most extensive Carpet and Matting opening at the Btu v Bee Cash Store on Monday and Tuesday March 21 and 22 Those wishing to buy flue carpets rugs druggets fine lace and Arabian curtains portlers etc can find them at this ooeniiie and save the trouble and expense of a trip to the city Mr Bowman represents tin largest and most reliable carpet emporium of the wt e C1C1 Iro4 t Price List M N Laundry Martin Proprietor 417 and 419 West Main it Lexington Ky Shirts Day lOc YcCafseachHandkerchiefs 2 to 5c lStoxScSocksUnder hlrta Be boTieslScBosomsZ T RICE Agt For M N Laundry VOfflce Ulce It Arnold Shoe Store Phone ofChargeCall on S F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance 9m2m Dont forget that you live off the people here and you should help others as they help you A Wisconsin physician comes for ward with the theory that appendicitis 19 contagious He says the disease is of microbic origin Sant P Bush ot Doylesville Mad ison county but formerly of this county has gone to Illinois to reside Winchester Democrat Sheep in the vicinity of Lawrence burg are dying from a mysterious disease which closely resembles blind staggers in a horse The victims live but a few hours after being attacked Strayed From my place near the Madison County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns RewardJoe ICmtf Richmond Ky A Good Shipment Gott Bros the Second street produce dealers of this city shipped a car of eggs to New York last Saturday There were over 200 cases and each case con tained 30 dozen eggs This doesnt look like hens are on a strike Work in the Commandery Beginning at four oclock tomorrow afternoon there will be work in the Commandery There are a number of candidates who will be initiated into the Temple degree On the 24th the State inspector will be here to view the lodge and its workings Banal Session Next Friday evening the Elks Lodge will be the scene of interesting initia tory exercises followed by a pleasant social session All members are urged to attend Thosp who will be ushered into the mysteries of the antlered tube are Messrs B L Middelton W B Bright Long Tom Chenanlt and Dr H G Sandlin of this city and R E Sam uels of Fiueville Pleasant Affair Under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society ot the First Presbyterian Church a pleasant social was held on last Friday evening The affair was given solely for social purposes bringing the church members and friends from other denominations together Delicious refreshments of tea and wafers and lemonade and wafers were served and the affair in every way proved very enjoyable At The Grand The Wilbur Mack Company opened its weeks engagement on Monday when they presented the comedy drama in four acts entitled Under a Shadow The Grand Opera House was packed with an enthusiastic audi ence and their appreciation of Mr Mack and his excellent company was shown by the repeated applause Mr Mack himself is a splendid comedian and protrayed the character of a tramp as he alone can His mannerism is fine and he at once captures his audiences by his free easy laugh provoking style Ha in a favorite here with theatre goers and he was given a hearty reception on his opening night His support this season is unusually strong Mr 13 H Howe who took the part of the villian is an actor of no mean ability His interpretations were good and his part was admirably depicted Miss Miller as the soubrette is charming as also are other ladies of the troupe Last nights bill A Gay Bachelor was equally well received and we pre dict a brilliant week for hiS excellent company mtAFIRST QHANQE g FOR SUITSIff The New Spring Suits are andready for your j inspection Our stock is a little larger this season fthan last our values a shade or two betteivimprove if ment is our watchwordandwe inviteour friends J and patrons with full assurance that no clothing sur- passesF ours in Fit tyle and Good Wearing Quality K Our range of sizes is so extensive and finely graded that every gt man can find a perfect fit no matter how hes built our assortment of colors and styles so varied that every taste is readily satisfied aP Prices range as low as 5 fine X25U WT Your New Spring IIatIThe very latest styles straight from New York and PhiladelphiaYoumans Roelofs Stetsons in shapes to suit every face and figurebest quality for your money gi 100 to 500W tsf fw do J l l l i l l l l i l l i l l V l l l V Cure for Lock Jaw The following ia said to be a sure for lock jaw and as it is simple we give it to our readers Take common sheens wool in the grease placed over live coals and smoke same This in said to be an infallible remedy and will ease the pain almost instantly It is worth re membering at any rateb- anveronsly Ill Hon rarl Day of Breathitt county is seriously ill of pneumonia and rheu matism at Frankfort His brother Mr Walter Day is with him and the doctors give but little hope of his re covery Mr Day is the author of the coeducation bill which will become a law He is well known here having attended school at this place and his many friends regret to hear ot his ill ness Progressing Work on the McKee building is pro gressing nicely and it will not be a great while before this will be one of the most attractive store rooms in town Mr Pence has already finished the job of raising the house The carpenters are busy on the interior work and with the large show windows the place will be greatly improved and will make a handsome corner Sprint Styles Miss Emma Golden is again agent- for Charles A Stevens of Chicagoand ladies wishing the correct styles in spring suits will do well to call on her The spring outfit ia more than ever before Every style is ne and different from any of last year he can also furnish underwear corsets and hosiery Be sure to call on Miss Golden and let her furnish you with a superb and stylish spring suit Pri ces are reasonable Miss Emma Golden Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky ICmtf Always Interested In RichmondI It is perfectly natural that Senator J B McCreary should feel unusual in terest in this his home town and his work for here is keenly appreciated bv his fellow townsmen His latest endeavor is the introduction of a hill carrying an appropriation of 10000 for an elevator for the Custom- House here This will be quite an addition to this handsome structure which is a pride of our town and for whicliwe are to a great extent in debted to Senator McCreary If he Is as successful in this new bill as he is helping Cupid and in other matters it will not be long before there will bean elevator in the Custom House Hew Firm Having purchased the grocery and meat business of Robert Hurst near L d N depot I cordiall invite all my friends us well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing any thing in this line I will carry con Htantlyin stock only the best of goods and my meat market will be supplied with the niece stock to be had nod will uphold my reputation for being a neat clean butcher I also desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of yoiir patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 ICmtf BIRTHS VAMzDr and Mrs LO Vance are receiving tile best wishes of their friends lora fine daughter who arrived Saturday The little lady weighed eight and onehalf pounds LuxoNMr and Mrs Thos Luxon are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of R little daughter vbo came yesterday Demo crat Jin Luxon is well ki pwn here having been connected fur a timo with Mr B0 Wines In the capacity of druggist life friends here extend con gratulaticMM n 0 or as as ESONAL Miss Van Greenleaf has returned from Paris Mr Robert Sauiley was in Lexington last week Mr James Wallace of Irvine was here yesterday Mrs IJbuia P Todd is suffering from an attack of grip Mr Tandy Chenault of Shelbyville is visiting relatives here Mr Henry L Perry is at homo from a hunting trip to Mississippi- Mr George Wilson of Lexington visited friends here last week Miss Florrie Rayburn has been con fined to her room with mumps Mr Donaldson Allman spent Sun day with his prents11 this city Mrs Margaret Evans of Kansas City is the guest of Mrs L P Evans Miss Martha Dunn of Lexington is the pleasant guest of Miss Bessie TurleyMrs Welby W Burgin has had a s her guest Miss Pearl Collier of Cr b OrchardMiss Lizzette Dickson of Paris i tho pleasant guest of friends andre latives here Mr and MrS J M Riffo left last night for a three weeks visit to San TexaswMrs W R Letcher Jr is visiting her parents Dr and Mrs Pearson In Ala J Y Zaring isat home fro IMrs to her daughter Mrs J D In Carlisle Miss Julia Higgins Is out after an attack of grippe much to the delight of her many friends Mrs Thomas Shanks of Stanford has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin Mrs John Dykes of Elkin Clan county is visiting Mr and Mrs J D Dykes on Third street Mrs Charles Turner his returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Cy rue Jones in Richmond Va Mrs Harvey Chenault was called t Macon Ga by the illness of her mother Mrs E M Home Mrs Lucy Welch of Danville has been visiting hen sister Mrs Eliza beth Crowe on Oak street Mrs W G White o3 Louisville was a guest last week of her parents Hon and Mrs W B Smith Mrs C L Dormon and Miss Margaret Clayton spent Saturday in Richmond Beattyrille News Mrs Sam Tudor and danghtorMra Samuel Vaughn of Irvine were guests last week of Mrs Claude Smith Mr R L Gentry will reach home Saturday from an extended trip through Ohio and West Virginia H L James wife and wf J of Rich mond came in last Th r ay to visit their parents Carlislteklercury Miss Emma GoldStf has returned from Cincinnat with all the latest spring styles in taller made suits etc Hon Jessie MAlverson Represen tative from Lincoln was a guest Sunday of his mother Mrs Mattie Alver sonMrs Emma Fife Miss Mollie Fife and Mrs B W Turner were guests last week of Mrs Land in Lex iugton4VMessrs Green Igoand Charlie Chenaulthaye rstujied to Mexico after a Visit of several months to Rela tives here r Joe Haselden a Richmond insur ance agent was here Sunday with his brother Raymond Haseldeu Cen tral Record Mr R N Withenberry of Cincinnati formerly of this city was shak ing hands with his numerous friends here Sunday Mrs P F Adames Jr is at homo from the Patio A Clay Infirmary where she underwent medical treat ment for several weeks Mr and Mrs Cliff Shropshire of Fayette county spent Sundaywith Mrs Shropshires mother Mrs An derson Chenault near town Miss Van Greenleaf who has been visiting Miss Lizzette Dickson in Par is went with a party of friends to Lexington to see The Runaway GirlsMrs Mon Ie Powell was in Richmond SaturdayMrs E F Mar low and daughter Miss Belle were shopping in Richmond tlll Co Herald Heatu Willis son of Manager J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs is very low of pneumonia in Lexington where he is attending College Stln Miss Carolyn Reid and Miss Cole man of Mt Sterling and Miss Mar garite Lyne of Cynthiana are attrac tive and popular guests of Mrs D M Chenault A dance will be given in their honor on Friday evening bv the young gentleman of the city Saturdayevenings Louisville Times contained most excellent picture ol whomduring the absence of her uncle Mr Clarence E Woods keeps up his Sig ma Nu work in an excollent manner Miss Smiths one of our most charm ing and popular girls and is a gifted vocalist possessing soprano voice o wondnrful sweetness and range Mr W L Crutcher has returned from New Mexico wherehe spent three weeks with his daughter Mrs Cabell 1H Chennult He reports a fine yf and is well pleased with the country Mrs Chenault is expected here in May to spend the summer with relatives and will be joined later by Mr Then ault This will be pleasant news tc popularoyoung couple MrS L MldklfTs physician Dr H R Gibson reports that he is greatly improved and that he feels confident now of his patients recovery This will be gratifying news to the numerous friends of this popular citizen and gentleman who have experienced great anxioty during his Illness We trust that his genial face will soon bo seen at his accustomed place of business in his churchand his lodge Masonic of which he is a valued and beloved member Mr D P Armer of Richmond tnd was here a few days last shaking hands with his host of friends Mr firmer until abbuba year ago was a resident of this place having conducted a jewelry store here for yean and years No man was better liked than Squire Armer and he has in his life united many hearts and hands for better or worse It was with re gret that our people gave Mr and Mrs Armer up to another town and his return visit was a source of pleasure to ail We shall always claim them as ours although they live in another Richmond A Splendid Book Miss Addle Jobnstone of Wacoie in the city canvassing for an excellent book entitled Easy Steps for Little tbeiBlblcof being read by both old and young Ahike o iistt ts tistt LAST CHANCEl Kxa 8UITS AND OVERCOATS iAT CUT PRICES iOnly a short time left in which to take advantage ofour great cut price sale on winter Suits and Overcoats and no thrifty man can af g f ford to let the opportunity slip Plenty of splendidsuits that are just f the veight most men like for allround wear andour Overcoat values are the greatest ever offered Look at these priccesA 2000 2250 2500 15 cut to IojA 1OOO out to 750You couldnt make money easier than to buy your Overcoat now for next winter v tWalkOver Shoes New Spring Styles For footease style and long wear WalkOver Shoes have no equal in shoes costing less than 5 or 6 We ask you to try them A Prices 350 and UOO JlOur stock of mens and boys shoes in all grades from cheapest to finest is the largest and most in the county JIM1iviNbJONOUR CLOTHING FITS improvements morningIexfnlitoii Montgomery FridayEs Journals DEATHS HARE Mrs Mary F Hart died Wednesday at the home of her daughter Mrs C Wood who resides on Main street in this city Deceased had been ill for some time with heart trouble and was seventyfive years old She was also the mother of Mrs A R Harris star funeral services were con ducted Thursday after which her in terment took place in the Richmond cemetery Do ERlJrs William Dozier died at the home of her daughter Mrs Willie Boltoo on Fifth street last Thursday morning after a painful illness Deceased was a Godly Christian woman and was greatly beloved by all who knew her She was a widow of the late William Dozier Her funeral oc curred Friday at the Red House church after which her remains were interred in the Cemetery at that place She is survived by the following children Mrs Willie Bolton of this city Mia Stone Butnerand Mrs Cassius Forbes and Messrs Horace and Ross Dozier all of the county POTTS After a painful illness of a months duration Mr B Cook Potts died at bis home on High street Saturday morning at nine oclock Al through kg had been in poor health for some time tie kept up going about all the time and mingling with his friends His death was due to heart troubleand caused much regret among the friends of this popular citizen Mr Potts has been s resident of this city for years and years Quite a while ago he conducted the milling business now managed by J WjZaring Co For a long time howver he had been in the insurance business in which he made quite a sue cess He was highly respected and one of our cltya most substantial citizen He was a lifelong member of the Meth odist church His funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at two at the Rev1 w intterred in the Richmond cemetery He Is survived by a wife and two children Miss Nell and Jim Putts and also a eis ter Mrs J S Stouffer of this city and WhitespStation To all of these the tenderest sympathy is extended School Bill Affecting Richmond Passes Both Houses On Saturday the Kentucky Senate passed the bill previously passed bv the HouHcantl introduced by our Repre sentativeHoiu R W Miller to separate the management of the graded school in cities of the fourth class This bill is of peculiar interest to Richmond as it is a city of the fourth class and if the bill is approved by the Governor the law will effect the graded school system in this city as it now exists Under the present system the graded schools of tis city are under the control of a Board of Education elected by all the people of the city both white and colored and the two schools are supported by a tax levied on the property of all the people The bill in question provides that the City Council of a city of the fourth class may by ordinance separate the management and control of the graded schools so thatthe white school shall be under the control of aBoaAl of Ed ucation elected by the white people and the colored school shall be under the control of a Hoard of Education elected by the colored people The tax levied for school purposes on the property of white people shall all be used for the support of the white school and that levied on the property of colored people shall all be used for the support of the colored school Tits arrangement if carried Into effect by our Council will allow each of the schools tobe controlled and supported by its patrons free from this interference ol those not interested and will be of the greatest benefit to the whole system as each school will bg entirely controlled by those who pay the tax to support it and each school support ed by He patroollIM Cut to J A IS complete AVL FinishThe windup of a Successful erf Clearance Sale AnA- nnouncement Extra Special A cleanup Sale of all Dry Goods A Price Sacrifice on all that is Left In announcing to the public that Mr Jas L Pence Of Cincinnati the House Raiser has arrived in our city to remodel the store means a- AStiortGontiuation of the Clearance Sale He has notifiedus that we will be compelled to remove every piece of goods out of the store and as we havent the room for same will still make a sacrifice of the winter goods left and in spite of the numerous sharp advances made during the past few weeks on all Spring Goods we will stillrun them at the Clearance Sale quotations It is anti cipatedithat the spring season will open up this year earlier than usual For that reason we respectfully urge that you purchase now of the beautiful 1904 Spring PatternsIt will be of interest to you to read carefully the prices quoted below ii Jj y Z All Winter GoodsV At Less Than eostio J AIIjl Suits of Underwear for men at 69c J Dress Shirts for men at 75c 50c Dress Shirts for men at 39c Ladies 35c Union Suits at 20c 4150c Union Suits at 39c U t Union Suits at 75c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss at 75c a box J5c colored Lawns ane Dimities al 8 3c 15c Printed Madras at 8 J3c A J2 J2c Ginghams at JOc V 25c Fancy Shirt Waist Suitings at120c 20c Embroidered Swisses for dresses at J5c 1 Swiss Curtains at 89c f 150 Swiss Curtains at 1 23 JQO Lace Curtains at 89c 125 Lace Curtains at 99c 150 Lace Curtains at J 23 2 00 Lace Curtains at J 49 3 00 Lace Curtains at 2 25 Yours For Mutual Benefit GDWEN McKEEc n J wii II k 4r i Or Z 7r h w 4 It r i0 r 1 rr f = se e- I SI OQO e eO S Ir t t s t tststsST- haL 1 b 1 Qrentest Selection ill S 5 s S TYLfsH s 5 5 S SSS e eS e 5 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 S5 5555SSe SS SSS 555 S E E C T 155 SS I1 0 E SSS Sa l S iiiii O 11 O SSS as s iI t 5 SQ SSSSS s U S SSSSSSSS OSS SS SSSSSS SSSSS GI089 5505 5 0I t Iever shown in the city While we carry an elegant line 5s0g of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that S g weraIl specialattention to our elegant line of New Spring gi 4 Shoes for ladies men and children You can make no II mistake by looking our line over as it represents some of oS the best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices E are lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes E SSSS I r SS- IE 3 J Iii CRUTCHER TRIBBLE I C I ea Main Street Richmond t Kentucky e v 1 C Se55SS5SSS55e o sessssaea eeeesseeo OGeeseees ssa eee s S I he Richmond Climax J U OHBNAULT President A O MILLERIditor Manager WEDNESDAY MAlt 10 1904 UHLIHHKII VCIO WKIIMEHIIAY HI The Climax Printing CoI =n Incorporated L The bill on tooducj ion introduced by lion CsdI Vzffrtit rtreathitt will beeomej raw havmtr passed bo- thhu4he Losrslature This bill Mas won wntchml with unusual inter est ospuuia ly by ladbnn County people in so nuioh as it effects Beica Collage whic i r lu aea both whites and negroes Much has bean written aatlsaId ab nt the question of allow ing the two races to attend the sameI school Meetings have been at various time to determine upon a course of action This is the only in stitution i our state which permits th coed uutiim of the races and this is the reason the hill has caused so much fruition between the COllog and a greater part of the citizens of the county The CLIMAX from the very start has heartily endorsed the Day bill and we have been readyat all timos to discourage the mixing o white and co i rod pupils Berea Col lego situated bs it is at the veryop cuing of the Eitstern districts can ac complish grout good in the Educational world Let it remain where it is receiving nny white pupils and there is nit reason why it should not become a pmver I he Eastern arid Mountain portions of uir state are being open ed up and d vuloped as they never were before the growth in these reg ions is perceptible each day Berea lies right HI thn threshold of the mountain onnties and can attract a urctt new er of students therefrom L t the N groeo go to negro schools avid let Korea College receive only white stulentfi ant we predict for it a oartor far brighter than it hnB ever known under the old order of mixed raeo Anl with this strictLy an insti tution for Whites Kentuoky can point with pride to it and unroll it among her first class colleges where heretofore we were inclined to hang our hiids in shume a a mention of such a schoo1 in our borders We are 1 glad Indor that thn coeduca tional bill will hcome a Inw CItlBrower COII 4LEXlNGTON KY Clearance t Sale of This Weelt HC1F1Bro rC 11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky h u KENTUCKY is not such a ball State to live in after all Ai SpringGeldO Monday nighta negro was taken from the jail by a mnb and af er his body was riddled with bullets was hung to a telegraph pule As the body was dingling in midair menU pt frjay w men sihoiiUil arid ii tie child rtjn tnrts3 l somorsHtilts Those Ohio folks are very excitable anyway But the idea of hanging man for killing an ollicer It is ridiculous If such a thing had happened in Kentucky a hymn would htve been sung a few inotruolioiiM given by tho lender a nice pretty seagrass rop purchased orna mented with a sailors knot at one end the jailor ordered to open tne way the muHerer secured a nile fourhihnnd made out of the seagraas th body gently pnllod up under a beautiful live with its green foliage another hymn sung and everyman then hie away to his couch Ohio is an awful Slat and we fear it will cor rupt Kentucky yet Jessamine JOur- nal THE great inger Patti was in Louisville last week and society climb ed all over Itself to hear her Only the rich could afford to attend the concert and we will venture the a ser tion that not one in every ten of the audience knew whether she was sing ing Mozarts arm Voi The Sapete or Sugar in the Gourd in other words hud they been in charge of a hand organ set to play Old Hundred tbey couldnt have ground out 99 Central Record ys but then they heard Patti you inowIvs a long time til the race hut wouldnt DicK Miller Madisons brilliant young son make a model iJovernor Gen how ve Republi oaf would cross over and vote for- nimlLapcisterCentra1 Record MK SAMUEL MOUXINGSTAK died last week at the Norton Infirmary in Louisville after a lingering illness Deceased ws tho ftttier of Mr R E vlurningHtar the efficient Secretary IIf thn Kentucky Press Association to whom tur yuipathy extended EXATOll PUEWITTS hIll making it a penitentiary offense to steal chickens or other poultry the value of two dollars passed the house and will bun law unless the Governor vetoes it SKNATOIC GALLINGEI wants to Increase the Presidents salary to 75 000 a year that of members of the cabinet to 15000 and Congressmen and Senators to 8000 DURING the present session of the Kentucky Legislature 520 bills have been introduced in the House and i54 in the Senate Have rubber tires to take the place of ibu old wornout steel tires now on y ur vehicle We can make a new ve itiile out of yourold one Call and net our price and we will convince you we are here todo business Richmond Carriage Work in 0 t1 S L Midkifl Prop A Unique Wedding Notice The Opolma Miss News rontained the follovvine marriage announvenietit Miss Sylvia Rhodes and James Uan ban were married list Saturday evening in the BrfpiisVparsonaife The bride i a very ordinary town girl who doesnt know anymore than a rabbit about c eking and who never helpea her mother tluee daYIi in her life She is hot a beauty by any means and liatra gait liken fat luck The groom is well known here as an uptodate loafer He has been living off the old folks all his life and he dont amount to shucksnibey will have a hard life together and the News has no con srratulHtinnH to oiler for we dont believe uiigoodmu come from such a union Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reah the seat of ihe disease Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional di Hease and in order to cure it YOU must take internal remedies Hi1l1s Ca tarrh Cure is taken internilly and acts directlvon the blood and mucous surfaces Catarrh Cure is not a qnick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun prl1RriptinnItpurifiers acting dlrtctly on the mu coils surfaces The combina tion ol the woingredieJta is what pro curingOatarrh 01SoldHalls Fanailf PJllb are the beat1m r now HYOJIEI HELPS THE HEALTH Kills the Germs of Grip Catarrh and Colds Costs Nothing If It Fails Says B LMiddelton Now that Hyoinei can he obtained in nearly every tawn and city in the country it is possible to buy from drue gists a healthgiving climate to he car tied in the purse or pocket By breathing it a few minutes four times a las von can soon cure grip coughs cold antI even the worst and most chronir cases of catarrh R L Miiddelton has seen so many te markable cures made by the Hyomei treatment that he sells it with the positive agreement to return the money if it fails to cure A complete outfit costs but SI and consists of the pocket inhaler medioin dropper and sufficient Hyoinei to lant sevtralwPlks It effects a cure in the worst ta tarrhal troubles and if breathed at the commencement of a cold or the grip will check it quickly and prevent sickness Extra bottles of Hvomei can be obtained for 50c When breathed through the inhaler the cermkillintrand health giving Hy omel toes to the most remote cells of the throat anti lungs killing all the ca tarrhal germs soothing the irritated murous membrane and vitalizing the blood with ozone At this season of the year everyone should have a Hyomei outfit to prevon and cure catarrhal troubles antI ward off attacks of grip pneumonia and similar germ diseases 1m To the foHic I desire to call your special attention to the tact that the season for house painting and papering m drawing close and no donbt you contemplate painting and papering the exterior and interior of your residence tillS spring or tall and as f know of no better or safer wn to invest reasonable amount of monet than this I desire to remind you nirah f the fact that I am still in the paint jug and wall paper business and au thoroughly prepared to furnish you es timates free of charge and do your paintinir and wall paper hanging very reasonable prices As I employ none hut firit class workmen and Ufu only the best materials III and on all work I do I can andwil guarantee good results and perlect sat faction on all workj may do for yon lId therefore ask you for at least f share of your work promising YOU ii return for your money value received A full and completeline of the newest deigns in wall paper of all kind and iolora of pure white lead paint nlway unhand Thanking you for past put nonage nail for a continuance of sanin this year I am- Yours very respectfully W L LEEDS Store and shopWest Irvine street tween Second amid Third In Baptist Circles Tim Ladies Aid Society meets tbi week with Mrs C A Tayloron Broad way The topic for prayer meeting Wed nrwlny night will be the Unfruiifn Ih Tree Our attendance at pray meal in is increasing with each service The pastor is very anxious that more of the members take part and request that we study time lesson that we niav he prepared to discuss It TliH Womans Missionary Society will meet at the church next Tuesdiu afternoon a 230 oclock a full mitten dance of the members is desired The subject of the Sermon next Sun day evening will be Young iiien in tin Home All invited The three little children of the late Mr Thomas Woods of Silver Creek I were taken to the Baptist Orpham Home in Louisville last week They were accompanied by Miss Emma Golden Mrs W K Letcher is visiting her parents in Montgomery Alabama Miss Martha Smith has returned from a pleasant stay of several weeks with her aunt Mrs Geo Valdenat Danville Mrs In Tlnleyfs iisjtlnk her par ents in Winchester Oar faithful Sabbath School Superin tendant has been confined to his hone several days with grip Released on flail John Sharp under itidictnieitt for the killing qf Charlie Hentley at Boonesboro was released Monday on ono thousand dollar bond Thonitf Williitms of UstlU cocnty and Larry Johnson of Ford are his bondsmen Sharp Is suffering from inflammatory rheumatism and was taken to his horn at FohL Winchester i5nn8entfnel Go to Bi1Irmnan Fjst street for your court Ydinr fitI ii L Pompeii Never in the history of the theatrical world has a greater play been produced e from a dramatic and spectacular stand point With what delight did we watch the pro rt18 of the magnificent charac tern depicted in Sir Rulwor Lyttons novel To read a good book is in itself a pleasure but to set scenes and charac tars that we have dreamed and ponder ed over vainly trying to give them shapes become living breathing reali ties Is so exquisite a pleasure that we needs must gaze again and again to con vince ourselves that it id not tho work ngs of our imagination jjlplmpeli a Iraraitization of Sir Bnlwer LyttonR f ast days of Pompeii by Mr Palmer teals with the persecutions of the early Christians The sensual and luxurious iirronndingR of a Roman life the bar sri nature so predominant and last but not least the realistic Destruction UI the Arena subsequent to the erup lion ot Mt Vesuvius Never have I witnessed beautiful yet terrible a eerie Olaucns the Athenian has bell sentenced to the lions mercy for a murder committed by Arbaces the Kgyptian A crowd of Romans are 4ated in the arena waiting patiently for the word that would be GlaucUss and their pleasure The word is riven Iet forth the Hon and Glan- c IS the Athenian when lo Talentis a priest who luvl witnessed the murder proclaims tlit Athenian innocent and Artmces the murderer The multi tude now wrought up to a frenzy by their thirst to set blood ppiltehout ex iilinutiy To the lion with Arbaces The Aedile gives the irl The air seems stifling the lion bounds forward to claim its victim when a sudden ter ror scouts to overcome him the popu lace hold their breath for slowly the lion creeps buck to its cage The pee pie crv A miracle Arbaces simply aved himself by the knowledge o Hypnotism We have ntt recovered irom the wonderment of what we have just witnessed when a more startling cene transpires Theie is a sudden ry all turn xn behold Vesuvius in eruption Whmnver the euVcts used hey were startling We beheld before us H volcano giving out mountains ot tire and bnrni it lava Houses aflame and in ruins iiien the climax is reach tithere is a deafening noise and time arena falls to vies Boxes walls pil lars tumble aboni promiscuously while adding to the realism of the sceile the shrieks of the pleasure seekers sent hilltl to our hearts The curtain drops we wander slowly home cougrntulat ing the dramatist and actor for this Historical treat Let us now take a glimpse at this character that predominatr in the plav and about whom all other char actors are drawn Arbaces t ho Egyp ian a man who is a scholar and philos iplier yet a innn who filled Ins palaces with women and reveled in their boci ety Evidently he gleaned wisdom like Vise King Solomon from their companionship We follow Arbaces career carefully First we see him as a ileluder One who stoops to all means to further his ends making himself toaster of all who comes within his circle Wealth becomes bin men be come slaves to hU will he feels him self omnipotent Then the character lone the beaUtiful Neipoliton that awakens III lila sombre nature a feeling of lovea feeling that here is his goal here the testing place where he could satisfy that endless craving that found uo solace in power or study From his meeting wiili her we date his downtall uda feeling akin to pity possesses us where before we felt terror and fear lone will not be loved by this Egyp tian Napoleon will have nought to do with him Theji through the feeling that be must possess her to satisfy the man in Him antI from a feeling that like Napo leon he could not brook opposition JoodIor commences that Arbanes had the gilt of the evil eye or what is more modernly known as the power of hypnotism This also filled to conquer Tone Arbaces bethought himself where waH the rower that be bad built up for countless vears that a woman a mere creature of flesh and blood should oppose him So through love for woman hit down fallconies for he even stops not at murderMr gave to the part all that could be desired Crafty and treacher ills be wan at all time but worked his points with so light a touch that one1 couldnot despise thA character drawn nay even had to reverence the man who ruled mill with a bloody word coy HisllnesIwere rpadj showed at all times a reserve force that was magnifi cent His climaxes Vere reached without that theatrical and stagey effort with which we have lately become so familiar hit voice though at all times strung and forceful was lied with music Wn beheld Arbaces before us no in fancy hut in pArson as Bulwer drew him Mr Palmer has been treated most kindly by nature a splendid physique anti classic countenance are Ilia gins And these he can use to splendid advantage in his wonderful play Too miuli cannot be said when tre consider that not only to this artM do we owe the delineation of Arbacrs but time play itself for from his pen lowed the words that were uttered from his month We predict for this actordruiiutiist a more than brilliant future We feel in his presence that once more we are hack in the days of Booth Barret and Keemie1iLmm Abbott Wright ju The Review At Grand Opera House Monday March 21IFor engraved cards invitations etc see sampled and prices at the CLIMAX office Diamonds C Watches k Cocks Gutglassf i All kinds of jewelry andPreciousStonesV of very description These are some of tie V thingMtobf filing at Lanes Jewelry Sltye If your watch or clod refuse to gotae thein to Lane Ie will fix them If your rimig- P needs reeettng take ittox Lanes htil fix thmattoo l If you want anything that V I can found in a first class Jewelry ebtablishment gi c to Lanes Held Well fixed Jin these kind of articles 5 L E Lane f i Jeweler land Optician Y MATRIMONIAL DAMSFABRIS Mr Robert Adirnui hd Miss NettieFnrris botiispf iiv jr reek were marriott last Thursday mornjngatthe home of the brides Inter Mrs fuller Davidson in this itv The ceremony was paid by Rev j nfh McLellan Immediately after w hich the happy couple left for Cin Innati The groom is a prosperous nnrer while his bride is an extremely landsome and popular young lady rue CLtMtXjfjxtendfl tOt jcratulatlona WU1 Locate Here A iirfjFred Smith who for sever- alraapaat has been In the West has decided to remain here and lias fitted up offices in the Oldham buila ing Dr Smith Is one of onrnsing young dentists and his many friends will be glad to know he is here to stay 5WlknI Show The Annual Stallion Show that delightful Kentucky custom will be held it Lexington on the afternoon of Moll day March 21 Nearly one hundred of lie famous Kentucky stallions will be n exhibition including the 125010 Anon 207J Norvoio 204j Elastic Pointer 206 Onward Silver 205J Charley Herr207 Peter the Great 2O7 time mighty Jay Bird and all the stall Omits that have upheld Kentucky world wide reputation as the greatest breeding ground of the trotttng horse The occasion will be made a memorable one and hundreds of horsemen from outside states will be in attendance Resigned Conductor J D RuwHngs who for thirteen years lisa been connected with the L A railroad has resigned his position The friends of title popular gentleman will regret to hear this as Captain Rawings was always polite Hiid agreeable to the traveling public It is not known just what he intends to do but the CLIMAX wishes him much success in anything ho may un dertake It is not known who will be chosen tosurceed Captain Rawlings hut we feeT that a more p pnlar selec mien than Mr Robert Harris could tiit he made He is the present express messenger and would make an excel lent conductor in which capacity he hiss often served Cedlian dub Notes lhe Cecil ah Club which is now tins tening to the close of its filth year is Iso increasing in the nature of its in teresta in jts ideals mid its realitits Though It coiid not bring Parsifal cJoe er than New York this opera of Wag nets has been so thoroughly discussed that even the children in Richmond call tell much abut it The Freud Opera and the Savage English Opera Io both brought to Louisvillefurnisn ed numerous and interesting topics of conversationAnd near prospect of Grand Opera and th May Festival at Clncin natt which will bring attain such r tists as Sembrieh Gadski Bnrmeister Benmmstaller mid Cant panarihas already aroused fresh interest in subjects musical and literary III this progressive musical age whoever Is Ignorant has only himselt to blame There is a grow bug demand for knowledge on these subjects and with this demand an adequate supply in books in magazines and even in instruments which wilt play for you from the simplest to the grandest composition that has ever been sert out by man with a message to the world So this Club aspires to only ideals and high standards in musical progress On last Wednesday the usual hi monthly meeting was held with Mrs H C Hanger always a gracious and hospitable hostess The programme which was led by Mrs L P Evans was full and entertaining in a high de gree With only two exceptions one piano number and one paper number the entire list was vocal Those who took part were Mesdamee Hanger Old bain Kellogg and Pickets Missestimith Dykes and Bright The usual number of current events were discussed Visitors present were Mrs W G White Louisville Mrs Waller Bennett Misses Tribble Miller Phelps Dykes and Bright This goes on record as one ot the interesting meetings In the Clubs bw tory VAST TRADE WITH RUSSIA Thirty Million Dollars the Value of Exports from United States to Land of the Czar Last Year The total value of trade between the United States and Russia for 1903 was a trifle In excess of 130000000 The ex ports from the United States to Russia were 19710822 while her Imports from Russia were 10907315 The exports of America to Russia have more than doubled since 1901 while the imports have also materially Increased until today American trade with Russia is three times as great as In 1893 The percentage pf increase ia much greater than with any other Eu ropean country The chief growth has been In cotton agricultural Implements copper and naval stores There has been a slight reduction in Iron and steel and a con siderable reduction in flours Raw cot ton Increased from 2500000 fir 1901 tO 8000000 in 1903 The principal exports for the year end ed December 31 1903 were Raw cqtton 8170000 agricultural Implements 3636145 copper and its manufactures 1364272 Iron and steel manufactures 1198139 flour 1028 590 naval stores 432793 provisions 204405 The trade of the United States with Korea Is half that with Russia or 15 000000 toy the year Just ended Steel Replacing Wood Steel is taking the place of wood In construction says the Worlds Work Many freight cars are now built entlre ly of steel Steel hopper coal cars are In use on most of the coal roadshuge things larger than the old box cars holding 60 tons of coal and capable ot being rapidly unloaded by means of the hoppers in the bottoms A Lucky Blow The finding of 5v hi an old bellows by a New Jersey man remarks the Philadelphia North American emphasizes the Value of this instrument ag a means of raising the winiL Apparent The Massachusetts supreme court has decided that a quart bottle always holds a quart This decision says the Atlanta Journal must bay been handed owD by a full bench Need soon to T3predCv Crinoline must be coming Into fash Ion agaln7 remarks the Memphis Cam mercialAppeal as Vassar college needs six new buildings For the next 20 days Wi will closeout for cjish ht cost two Mp re s double Caters three Radiant Homes Miree Coles HotBlast stoves in order to wake rpcitn for sprlne joods1 p p B Slunltfod kC6i I ft r Ctmtot of Musfaad Elocutio- nA contest of music and elocution will be givetj under the auspices of Million Rebekab Lodge No 28 I O O F Thursday April 7 The program will consist Pt the following ing Best Piano Duet First prize 5 see onmi priEi 2Best Jlecltation girl or boy under 14 years oCaKeFirst prize 2 second prize Best Recitation young lady over 14 years i ngeFirst prize S5 second prize Best Recitation young gentleman over 14 years of age First prize 5 second prize 2 Heat Vocal Solo by young lady First prize So second prize 2Beat Vocal Solo by young getleman First prize 5 second prize 2 Bait Vocal DuetFIrst prize 5 sejp ond prize 2Those wishing to enter any of the above mentioned contests wilL please leave their names and address with Miss Cnllle Adams at W D Oldhams store or IB Juett at his store QUEENS CONTEST In the meantime balloting to begin at once A queen will be elected by popular vote for this occasion the prize being a handsome umbrella All young ladies will be eliuribln to enter this contest Ballots PlmnM be left with 11 Juett or at the CountyJndgee officeEach contestant will be limited to ten minutes 2mtf Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Trwets cure a cold in one day No cure uo pay Price 25 cents Our clothing Imve a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stoufler MJihler An spring is here It is time to have your old vehicle repainted and over tihuleitand made as good as new VA will do tho work at prices that will sur prisms you Richmond Carriage Works m9tf q L Miilkiff Prop For Rent House on East Main street Good high healthy location all necessary outbuildings including servants chick en buggy ajicJ Ice house Good stable and lot also larire garden and yard 2mtf John Donelson For Rent Our large anti commodious store room 18x100 feet No 208 south side Main street This is one of the best located host lightedand handsomest storeroom In the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 297 Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises one mile north of Newby at 10 oclock a in on Tliimday March 17 J9M the following property t133 acres oHand lying on the Jackson brunch of Silver Creek About 45acres ot which will be cultivated this year The remainder is in grass Running through the property iaa never failing branch Will also offer for sale one ten year old combined horse 1 good brood mare in loal by Stranger Boy 16 shoats 1 broOd sow with pigs4 double sboval Hillside plows Vulcan Chilled plow 2 pitch forks drills and other articles to numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale David Henderson 2t Neby Ky s 1f 7I7II m b 7J 7I Correctly Cut Clothes + 7r are admired by allnien articular1yJso when they are superbly tailored and when theyfit perfectly i2 jiTo appreciate the high artistic merit ourCIdtIuing7 FItS only necessary for you to order a I SUe 1 or Pa11ofioF Trousers lf g i r We Have Over aI t F fthousand large samples to select from and we guarantee l+ r a fit and satisfactions No garment leaves our house r 7fun1 ss thecustomer is perfectly satisfied titIl 4 w r I c +w RICE AND ARNOLD 1- J J71 f7F 71 71 f FIffi F78 1i Meals served at all hours at Billy Frelmans restaurant FitRt St tf This space reserved by the I State Bank I Trust Co Richmond Ky iiitic0Successor to TAYLOR BROS 1iC Has Everything the Farmer needstfor M- sSpriiigi Plowing He handles the celebrated Vulcan Plow ifi And also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of theY Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices 11a Roofing and Guttering H Specialty GVffi HIM A CALL f1i we have the best Equipped t Best Lighted and the most up to date TAILOR HOP in the South This fact alone should convince the public that we are prepared to dj the very best worlw We have in oUr employ only the mosfskiIIedworkmenaIld are now ready toserve people of Richmond Madison and adjoining counties OUR GARMENTShave an individuality which cannot be excelled iiny where Satisfactkxi guaranteed on all our work Stouffer i lahMr a 7 r F Well Named Paint Thepracticalpainter says the man who storms at I the weather because the paint on his house wont j weather the storms could live a life of sun shine by usi- ngPattons SUNPROOFt PaintPattons SunProof Paint gives double the service oi allwhite lead or any ordinary paint It is made of the most perfect com r bination of paint materials to stand the severest trial the sun and weather can give it Guaranteed to keep its gloss and wear well forflveyearstSend for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee Wis IPATTON WillgingPaints st Window Shades Frames Window Glass MirrorsEtce f I Spring is Comin i That means spring cleaning and a general renovati of everything Every housewife will want somethim new in the way of WID iiU lm lm MffiJ to freshen up her home for summer We have evfythioq and enything in the Furniture line from tismallest pieceup to the most mass- iveBetkoora Suits DreainTnbles FanOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvii Htreets and we will take pleasure in slowing yuu Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in them up to date manner Give us a call whether you wa r to buy or not W S OLDHAM I There is nothing like GEodFL OURI- t Ev housewife every cook knows that tioileakesRollsi Biscuits cahotbemadt without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meals of the latest Our brands are BHiston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY J 0 E J Lt 6stocK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS rippportuhu so hivest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated i e miles from Globe Arizona Lt Wt1LLe I qu stK4 i Liioiughly 1I1vesugat this property ownej1 by the Arizoaa Colorado Copper Belt and 4 Gold Mining and Milling Company Wtl 1Im 8 o wqvti tnitiy t abe Jreu t JuceS in A nAna wmibrtu CopprBltx10iiding rm Irtuc t Absolutely in the Center of the Belt s And in the Center of teGIobe MinlncDNmet wliinn as to IHM anl irwvut production and fuiurw pnniiisf is not enlMItn the worId nnrtail cr In R conpact huIy th HIIIJIl1 ttI litltNu IIbt ftf ZflY killctdvIIIIHIIPlIt sIII gliilJ I tl mo I iiii lern HIU svteimuY IIUHr18 laimsand everv claim will hi mine or in sight on very iVnil lewHh Kiml HSSHW ill Tin Uranium elCrUrge0J4 Clipper PiId Silver and 111111 peyifl1 liBiiii qlrtuiltltwf inui Hiiil lime luwme iedwiiii IIIrp nfl tIll ground rIiitt whii ilM nit buy stock in t Iii Rr iu mlnimr poperttee uf A Arizonannd other parts of the westwhen It WHHiilTMre for IOi shlfrt full Veroii went to75ipArKharelIu buy hi iln t r ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co 50 Cents per Share rwhi h puts the Investor on the Gruund Flour with the Pornoter Htock fully paul ami nonasseabTe Pro u from MTP of Htok HOP into HfvMlim nt work for machinery ned III mining and milling and the hoist uitr iiid htnstitigAt gr4s r111 mill ti mill No stIrd officer to pay mvIH11I pttd when mine IS prO1I1CitI As In invpstmAIlt guarant5l Rhso- 11I1hMafe It In nut offI1 as a LWeflIsIiSfl but liS all IlIvllllenl tur it tntUt IdVRIICe In price ThA Gti- eras 1ahIairvr stats Fnra present jtIiel4IjIIls Mtnck IiuIl h at par before the close iif the Part The in yat Having ths United Verde Senator Marks mine with Its BillionDollar Ore Body ill rcrri t aiidon thn onthwoIt tIf JOPPlr Queen of Kiulau andother mines operated hv Phelps n Ke On who have turned their ultetitiou from hanking to minmif because it pays better that this as an investment th- eMining Opportunity of the Present Century For further information address ROBT M FOREE JOS D WHITHAM FRANK A ViePrfoIidentfitPros and nfl Mgr Sec Treasurer Main Ofnce Prancli Offl e 24ff Kqnitnhle 1dSBlaIHhOffice 910 Tncima BldK Ulohe AriznnRDellvorloloratln Chicago Illinois rr4 7Ct c 4 c i C W UUTCHRR G EVANS JU j Aew FirmAND t A Magniflcient Stock of Goods t Everything for the home beautiful can be found in our store t and our c will suit P everybodyI1 r We are at home at Joplins oldstand ort Main street and we guarantee the best andmost polite attention t Jye US a call t Crutcher Q Evans Main Street Richmond Ky aI fJI Y NAME IS ThURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys Ji I SKINS Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of f f f 11 1 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautifu Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GihnCorner Main and Second MWQ yVALBLATZ SCM 1L v Ii Y 71U K 7S M q s i EF Y l tk k uuuIP KILLThOOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsI IIFOR cONSUMPTION II50c100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all R THROAT and LUNG TSOUBE LES or MONEY BACK f Fur 8111 hv R O tOktfl JON SALMERSHONS ATe SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation TapiPhone 3 Second St ATTENTION We have moved our produce buRinefii from the East End of Main street to the Garnett Houft storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends situ patrons We will continue tit nay tin highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Jive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that ware the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street KITO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 101 rasasasssssssssssKsf pleased in stuff that rTear sale at tht tol lowing in Madison county Arbuckle k Simmons iearcv Jb Hamilton O Pinnel LW Masters J V Whltlock John btapp Burton Hoberts J W Teater J W Prewitt L A Wearren C 1IIcharter- Blckoer k Early JTCov R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruth ton Rdenton Cottonburg Paint rlck- Wallaceton Berea Kirksville 66 YEARS EXPERIENCE R1TRADE MARKS Ac mayquIcklyInvention Is probably pntentnhle Comnionlca PatentsellthiSciiitificA handsomely illustrated weekly Tersest rtr ayearYorkBranch Weak Hearts x eryonecan remember when It was simple Indiges ofheartmdigestlon andswellsheart This Interferes with the action of thatdelicatethsdstomaJroubi fcg1BIDthaK0eJ DJ2cste What YOH Eat BKMUstrainBattles only 100 Size hoMine 25 time blal size hieh Mill for SOc r Ii 0 DiWI7 A Co OHIQAOO t f I Forsale bylPcrry Thomas l r Tragedy Averted I Just in tho nick of time our little Ixty was saved writes Mrs W Wat Vina of Pleasant City Ohio Piieuj nionia had riavedsad havoc and a set in besIdes Doctors treated him hut he grew worse ev liay At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Ctiusump tion anti our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its tbe only sure cure Fur Coughs Colds and all Lung disl- Rs4o4 Gnarantppil hy R 0 druggist Price SOe and SI SIorklollI tles free Fur warfa nrp worn broader and Ion vir ilipn last VPSr lhmlr pnppTiki a man s ilnpo wltion th Hvnuloiftnxtfa hii opinions More Riots istnrlsnre ei of strikr are not near vsttt prav as ii itiMvidnnl ilisonlcr of i vatcin Overwrk ICea of slppp iifmns IciiKion will hp fallowed liv nt icr nllapcp unless a rplinWe rmelv- iltnme1itlv PtflpIn3Pd Tlipre notlilne o pfflnpnt to rnrp Hp r lBr nf HIP iivpr or kidn vs as Elptrii Hitters Its n wonderful tunic and e civei iiorviie and the greatest all nonixl uiflilioino for run down pvst tns It dfRpplsNervonKnw Ttlenmatinm an t TVpiirstiia and expels Malarial germs Oniv I5V and satlofaption guaranteed hv R 0 Stockton druggist Itn 1 have or sale two good brood m ires Will trade tnrl good vonntr miift TnhnT Ooodlii- efb2Wt Whites Rtation Ky Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIBCOrr COURT O M lays Admr Plf alt bat O MCl y8Hr and Cola Dft All persons havlmr claims against the estate IO M mllYo ec Ire hereby ltlftd to file hf name legally Trrlfled with thr nnderleneiV nn or heore tlit 20 h day of March or same will be bared S If ThORPE at 0 MO C Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against T A Robinson are notlfifd t file fame with the und reigned properly verifi l in or before Ai rll let 1901 ur same will be barred JA8S RUTCHEBAs hnee Office nt Crotcher k 4Voin f furniture tre I7ftIn Reduced Rates to the West and Southwest via- SoufhernRy Round trip IliLiieppkers nl on way Vtlonist rutMs n elliton fIt a1 tliinl Iuedays in wich Iflultit Cl aldress T W I RB S Tray Pass Vuejit 89 E Main t xlnclnh Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress n he Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky io I No2 No3 No5 io6No7 Jfo8 No 9 No l No II No Ii No I No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20- No21 No 22 No 23 NO 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 W29No 30I A two toy frame residence contain Ing6romanit two halls In Rich mood Ky Lot U160 feet smaJl barn Plee 1000 S50 less thai origin cost A two itny frame renldcnce on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond tins all necessary outbuild loge greet bargain for an one de siring a home Two nice residences near Main street and ony tbee squares from cout homu more deir ble location lor- an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain S120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 d town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price 0 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price i2O0 Good f rni containing about 130 acres pood residence bun and other Im provements In tine locality Price i500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price I1COO I Four cottages on nice street well I improved Price 1000 each Good cottatre in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 300 I Nice residence containing sever J ctlyLoirtneresaary outbuildings Price 301- f Good lot suitable for huslnes house can be bopght cheap A four room cotage aid Reve acre oft ud five ares in grass and two in garden good orchard und grape buildingTiilathriving vlllnge where churches am schools are convenient Price J500 inRichmond cityLotA two story residence In good neluhborhood Lot izozliio feet All orcrssnry ciutbnild ng PriM t2801 A nJrp esldence for any nn desir inpn ideal home One p f the bes omsirnciid mildlncs In Richmond wel Improved Price 2200 neljhhrhoCo rn a nice resMenl str el CfUiaiiln four rooms fleets saiy ntt iilings dm be ur- ched n the Installment plan Crta harltllI al 1100 Will itainl resilience for purchaser roomsbeautifultin lutid nesliciudinc Jnod stable anti cixtern Price tl1OO Will eel paloresidence contsiigporiliesi itatiediii best reildenn jmitionofilty Sable coal h net luijldIngtieirlng a iile hfllut IghmIla l in grass and is Al gooil farm am thlalldLocalitytwet Flmr and grist mill Anerson HnUdIngbuHSy arsairo Seiimand wale power the Vller three mon h oftbt RollerJIntl1llncludilll 5 rooms All or5SOO for the roll and tbi K acres Onehall cami Has One trade No mill in 10 miles Also n SObirrel mill In Mercer county Ky on salt river Stempower new optodatp In every withimprovementsland Close to Southern railroad Price AlO ILacref of Florida land in Streetthrough huAeandgrape lierlr and 5 acreson oth tr with 6room tory house plumgropes torsilto825 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about M sea andRrasher on place is cut to Inches lIu tlrnbereblnglratie lgepatti treotwelts and sprlngx forwuter gNjJrIltolacedfor 2201 Onehalf rash- iiandmnie iwnstnry frame dwpl teehaI1uuderentieboner InJUchmondJorooardlug n Ayers If your blood Is thin and im pure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood that invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- owSarsaparilla the medicine that brings good health to the home the only medicine tested and tried for 60 years A doctors medicine Ayers8ruparlfladoe In the world for nervousness Mj cure l permanent I cannot titanic joaenoaKlu las DELIA JloWiLL ewrk NJ 8100 a bottle All dmgdetsfor J a ATXR co Tjowfill Sleet m Poor Health I Laxative doses of Ayers Pills each nlcht greatly aid the Sarsaparilla =tor R I desire to rent ntIhlackIRmiarticulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtowit Ky Children should beuoeu more and talkedabout Ifss Conversion ida starting point and not a terminus in true rHligiiin The kindhenrtnd have no trouble in finding a ptzre i Hint lieS not wear out KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY Thtr Will Be No School Book Legis latlon at This Session IFrankfortlJarch 10 Senate no more school book legislation at this session At least tha senate said as much by a decided vote Wednesday when It refused to take up Senator Campbell bill which proposed to amend the Cantrlll bill which Is now a law by doing away with the right of the county boards to vote on book adopUon and placing tho whole matter In the hands of a state board composed of the attorney gen eral secretary of state superintend ent of public Instruction and the presi dents of Kentucky university and A and M college The committee on ed ucatlon reported favorably the house bill aimed at Berea college and the coeducation of the white and black races Senator Spence called up the bill providing for a policeman and fireman pension law for secondclass clUes and It passed without objection House Bills passed Providing that when a railroad company organ Ized under the laws of this state wishes to retire Its preferred stock It shall do so by buying up the stock at the market price Instead of at par as the present law provides appropriating 40000 for completing the cellhouso at Eddyvllle and appropriating 26 000 for Improvements at the Frankfort prison Senate bill 192 providing that state asylum funds may be deposited In national banks as well as state banks was reported adversely by the committee on Kentucky statutes and was killed House bill No 505 by Mr Nowcomb was passed It provides for the examination of county school su perlntendents In January and February Instead of July and August In order that they may be examined before their nomination THE OFFICERS SURRENDERED They Killed the Man Whom They Were Seeking to Arrest Somerset Ky March 10W H Lair policeman of Hustonvllle who was pursuhg Ansel Wilson of this county Fthe purpose of arresting him shot and killed Wilson about two miles west of here Wednesday morning Wilson was charged with having stolen two mules In Lincoln county Policeman Lair and Wm Huston chasetoFishing creek about two miles from Somerset Wilson attempted to escape and was shot twice by Officer Lair the shots proving fatal The officers of Lincoln county camo to this place and surrendered to the officers here telling them what had occurred They were placed In the custody of the sheriff and the coroner Is now gone to the scene of the killing To Marry In Aprl lOMlssPearlH C Trigg president 01 the Glasgow railroad and CoL J Morgan Shuster of Manila P L will be married In April It Is announced Col Shuster the groomtobe holds the position of collector of customs in Manila A Life Convict Escapes Frankfort Ky March 1Q Johnson West of Pike county serving a life sentence In the state penitentiary for murder made his escape from that In stitution He sawed the bars oft his cell door and escaped over the walls West had been confined since 1893 Died at the Age of 96 YearsI Covlngton Kyt March 10Mrs Christina Giers aged 96 years who with her late husband setUed in Ken ton county in the early fifties died at St Elizabeth hospital Wednesday of exhaustion Her husband died about a week ago in the same Institution His Injuries Proved Fatal Hopklnsville Ky March 10Geo- T Blakoy died at the homo of his son inlaw Dr TW Blakey Death was due to a shock caused by a fall He was 83 years old and a Native of Lo gan county The body was taken to Auburn for Interment Wedn dayjOwensboros Street Owensboro Ky March 10Parts of Owensboros streets are to be placed on exhibit at the Worlds fair Con tractor John Trapp has been requested by the Kentucky Exhibit association to prepare an exhibition of stone artl ficlal stone and concrete workjThe Board of Frankfort Ky March 10rbeJ house bill creating a state board of thebetterpreventing the spread of contagious diseases was passed in the senate Davless Count Facrmers Institute Owensboro Ky March 10The Da viess County Farmers Institute con vened In Owensboroat the courthouse Wednesday morning The Institute promises to be one of the most Inter eating ever held fn the state Impossible to Impanel Jury Lexington Ky March lOFor the first timeIn the history of this county it has been found Impossible to Impanel a Jury of 12 men competent to sit tcaseHartford Ky March 10KIt Palmer ft wellknown farmer residing near Prontia this county was found dead hanging too raftejr In his corncrib Ho was 80 years of age and lately mot with bu8lness eree500reversefI1aaa sad ever iIII REVENGE FOR BACHELORS Tables Are Turned Upon Fnmou BInyor of Cowrie InUaa Twen tyFive Offer of Marriage The tables have been turned upon Mayor R W Sortzer of Cowrie la who is attaining national fame as the friend of old maids Confirmed bachelors are laughing at his peculiar predicament while ne has fled to Dea Moines to escape the storm which he has brought down upon his own head The trouble comes from Mayor Sorters widely quoted proclamation imposing a fine of not more than ten dollars on all old maids and widows who do not propose during this leap year and a fine of not more than 20 on all old bachelors and widowers who refuse a proffer of marriage The fines are to go toward Cowries library fund In issuing this proclamation Mayor Sortzer overlooked one fact but when the confirmed bachelors in and around Cowrie had got over their first burst of wrath they remembered this one fact and from that day began the may ors tribulations This fact has gone forth broadcast together with copies of the proclamation It is Mayor Sortzer Is not married Heres your chance girls Up to date Mayor Sortzer has rec- eIved 25 proposals from all sections of the countryat least he confesses to this number Those who are laughing at his discomfiture say that the num ber is far greater or If not will soon be go The great majority of these letters contain the gentle hint that if he does not desire to marry the writer the 20 fine which he has stipulated should be at once paid over to the library fundHundreds of letters have come to Webster City from old maids old bachelors widows widowers and even young maids and men All except the personal offers ask the mayor to get the writer a helpmeet Following Is a sample letter sent from Yankton S D by J Z Wllman Have read your proclamation In several of the papers Am on a quar tersection ranch and need a wife Please put me in correspondence with some lady in your town I am in earnest and do not want to correspond for fun I mean business Dont care whether she lo an old maid widow or young maid Women are scarce here I will try to keep some of your lady folks from having to pay tho fine you propose to Impose I also have ten friends each of whom will take a wife Write me by return maiL- RELICS IN UTAHS CLIFFS Prehistoric Habitation Have Re cently Been Discovered In the Mountains The discovery of cliff dwellings In Utah farther north than they have ever before been found has been brought to the ention of the local branch of the lLdcan Institution of Archaeology at Salt Lake City An expedition is being planned to make a scientific Investigation of the ruins of which nothing has ever before been written They are In NineMile canyon and the branches are about 45 miles northwest of Price and Carbon county They are within 20 miles of Brocks station upon the stage line running from Price to Fort Duchesne and Vernal which has been the s ene of several bloody tragedies- So far as known the only explora tions of the cliffhouses made to date was by a party headed by L S Dick inson of Salt Lake City There are probably at least a dozen cliff dwell ings In this vicinity and perhaps said Dickinson most of them are so high that It is Impossible to get to them by ordinary means They were able to reach only three and had great dim culty In doing that They found dried corn some stones used In grinding it and a little pottery such as Is obtained from the cliff dwellings in the San Juan country Prof Byron Cummings of the University of Utah said the other day I never before heard of the existence of these cliff dwellings north of Price I am anxious to see them I Intend to bring tho matter to the attention of the Archaeological Institute with a viewto having a thorough and scientific investigation undertaken NEW CURE FOR LOCKJAW Midway Men Invent Glectronometer Which They Hope Will Do Stuck Capillary electronometer Is the name of a new instrument delicate enough to register the minute discharges of electricity in nerves and muscles The Invention will greatly aid the cure of lock jaw they hope and be of great use In nervous diseases It is a device con ceived by the research workers In the physiological laboratory at the University of Chicago Its inventors being C C Guthrie E P Lyon and F H Rieske A fine glass tube with a hole In It no larger than a capillary gland on the back of a human band is the mechanism of the instrument The tube at one end contains mercury which penetrates the small extremity of the tube The tube rests in a cup of acid and the two are Joined by platinum wire All life action Is chemical and electrical the inventorsbelieving and by the action of the electrical discharge from a moving muscle on the mercury In the tube the amountof energy expended may be gauged Once II Enough It appears that the Boer war was the result of a bluff on the part of the Brit ish government This being the case says the Chicago RecordHerald the British government may be pardoned for practically having gone out ot the bluff businessSECRETS At th Prlc of Suffering Woman on Ijer way to scmiiuvalidJsm piinIgnorancein silence and remain in the dark as to the true cunscniothethoo- Motkers Friend takes the doctor pIaieanrishe1ia no cause for an inter She her own doctor and ha applicationtrpregnancy will enable her to undergo the ia a and rest undistu- rbedMothers Friendi- s a liniment for external use It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the success Cut bsae of healthy children All women onlytoprize childbirth remedy Healthy babies are the result of Friend Our boOk nottaerbood nailed free 7HC MUWPKL IMtlUIOR ATLMTAII1I- Stoves JT TCSOTWe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will closeout at cost for cash Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We can sell you one of our wagons for what you would pay for an inferior makers Come in and examine our line before buying Tin Roofing Guttering and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE S SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Ranges the best thats made Badly Overstocked Clothing Department We Have Too Clothing 25 Per Cent Off FOR CASH ONLY Benjamin Overcoats rrAlso large line of f- cA Youths childrens Clothing means to 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recommend it to the public Kesrtcifully Tjiiti K Jonsf KIDDEL There are ofieehmiiiIere who wouldI not take boodle if they ha Ino cliancp LOVE DOGS BEST Canines in DistrIct of Columbia Ob ject of More AfTcrtloii Thug Human Ilelncn Dogs are loved better than man worn an and child in the District of Columbia according to Secretary Wilsons testimony quoted by Mr Burleson of Texas in the house the other day when the agricultural appropriation bill was under consideration The secretary is quoted as having said We are pushing this work with the theory that if we can prevent blackleg it will die out It is the same with rabies If you muzzle every dog in the District of Columbia and allow no other dog to come In the rabies will not come In You could not do that The love for the pup Is stronger than the love for man woman or child In the District of Columbia and dogs cannot be muzzled here That is the theory on which we are trying to experiment with blackleg and we are succeeding APPENDICITIS CONTAGIOUS The Disease Declared toUt Dae to Germ by DrC S Slieltlon of MadUoa Win Dr C S Sheldon one of the leading physicians of Madison WIs has mado theastounding declaration that appendicitis Is contagious He says that the disease Is of microbic origin and that the only rational explanation of it is thaflt is the result of a germ that can be tsferred The prevalence of the disease theorYHedlclUs la this country Dr Sheldon is a of Yale and has been apractlclng physlclam for the last 40 years He has been Becretary of oclaI ItrhlAt lash know you are thee ofileyper son oa earth for me Darling iSybu dont como to me soon Ill die I adooi blimigthatboxyura eyes Now mind Yure iovM I11l We are in our on every Overcoat and Suit in our house We are determined to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over fThis includes our Alfred Cos Suits and our This and to in ibis ufacturer graduate black Use Cures Grip Two Days on every box 25c mCOBFOKATBD anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern and satisfactory communication with the able Equipments and facilities unsur J W HUNTER JR Sccy iTrena IN b Want your or beard abeautiful brown or rich Stoves Many in EAsr1ENNEssErTftErHoEioiANy ofthisMississippiand countryVe passedMersPills I Sandal ie aprselyrPhone Hairit moustache Wake up your liver Cure your constipation Get rid of your biliousness Sold I for 60 yearswei1J BUCKINGHAMS DYE nm en or bcciasn va L r flJLLI II II DpEIuHACKELPaU T an CQ ter r hls oy N per is a iv l r I I I I Wealth40r6populationtoCut Is gauged dethe number auccessof landand hat holders iu thatStateOpportunlhuquadrupledand Oklahoma great Southwest Arkansaa onefourth This vast is rottonvegetable are demonstrated thheBtOsent on request success the great Southwest Illustrated ONE FARE Plus 2 Dollars TripFirst Tuesdays of each Month The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SFAR 16 1904R Aitrat s ale IWillMarch 17th 1904 his late residence on the Boega lane or andtanningAt the same time and place I will offer Three Nice Building Lots havttheIota contain the wlng2000000 frontOnDillinghaiiipropertydescribed above will be deeded to thfpurchaser provided said property Bell btsoldwholtheTERMS One third cash the bal antwelvepurchasmoneySam Rice Admr Auctionejrrpv OLD JOE VUISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop Runran i tepc1 to It nnre It If of old style manu laciuic No- BETTER 1can be found I for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strlctlj to amily Trade f 10 vear old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 55 jugs 250 5I bottles 3 New Whisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Jot Distillery MeBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky Asheville N L center of the beautiful f Land of the Sky A snperb elevated plateau the lowed point of which is two thousand f M I above the level of the sea fSutuvel in the must favorable portion of the teir LThearttIt lowing average Spring 5349 F Sum nier 70 72 F Autumn 5348 F Winter ii 3887 F with mean for the whole year 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flogIiliterature furnished on applicatiot CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ol Ostbeopathya DR LANDIANtyHotel Glyndon Wednesday April 13 J904 Tis the Comfort Line ree Reclining Chair Carson the popula- rHenderson Route between Louisville Evansville St LouispThe West and Southwest AH we are the originators of Free Reclining Chair Car service between Louisville ard St Louis dont youathink it would pay you in Jdersonwill u- sAsk Us About Its JoLGPS TPALOUISVILLE KY TO OtTEE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents New Firm Mr Beechum Lackey has purchased a half interest in the firm of Letcher Witt and the firm will hereafter be known as Letcher Lackey Co be ginning March 15 1904 They will continue in the same business at the same place and solicit a share of your patronage as heretofore All persons owing the firm of Letcher Witt are requested to settle their ac counts as that firm desires to close up Its business at once St Notice to Creditors All parties haying claims against the estate of O nunley deceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before June 1st 1901 or same will be barred 2m W S HUNLEY Admr New Llrery firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclast feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronage in this line Persons who come in from the country and waland place to have their horses f cleaned up will do well to take them to thIs stable- These gentlemea are in tho market the year round for good horses and persons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them In good selling condition Everybody knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will betaken of horses put In this stable Remember the place the old Adams ctedstableby Joe Collins and Robt Walker Vfeb8m 1btrollllcelflelltsI To the hid of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democra tic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history andlit a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my ot to putinstitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con troversy rose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases mycourttions and the exercise of franchises under tke law How well I hive dis charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to deter mineI be very grateful to all who Uaihighpire Very respectfullyFo tf roJohnA Candidate for Appellate Judge in this District Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district uhject to the action of the Democratic esperiallya long time desired to see him on the bench of the highest court in theStat lie has held several offices of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted nirnsolf with credit When quite Young man he served two terms in thf was pltitutionalbree commissioners appointed by tin Governor to revise the statute laws of heState to conform to the clmngti made by the constitution and was toi three years chairman of the Democrats State Central Committee He is the milter of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Kentuckystatutes use and that may be found in the offlo f every lawyer in the State A man 01 igli integrity great Industry with t xtensive and accurate knowledge he law and in tile prime of life h ige circle of friends belie e he wou stake a splendid JudgeTrimi emocrat tfw InFORWe are authorized to annonnde lion D I foongre8ton U O Gilbert subject to the aNIon o ltollcitedflFOillaWeAtrtIarty IiROOKiabject to the action of ih Democratic pert liHACEELFOItDaaudIdate batFOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W Medicoouiityic authorized to announce B B Millioi cubctdEatemocriltiartyFOR JAILER PERKINSMadison subject to the action of tbIJemocratic party si1eoMadIpaiitye sidyWe are authorized to announce D Mcdluuntyratio parts We ro authorized to Announce N JON 8actaie are authorized to annuuiireJ B DOZIh InllecUoWe are authorized to announce J RO candi ate for J Uer or Udlson couulyH to theacti n of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce IORQV c Sladjsiountyarty We are authorized to announce PETER G Madjiotountyparty ANDERSONIAKESJailer of Madison seblect tothe aotlonif the Democratic furtyl ItNNEDYofuuty8ublectWe are anthorlzed to announce BUCK Stadisoountyic Party e are authorized to announce H PARSE countyubjecty TEnDILlcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce W T Medicocountytic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONltnw fAAl r jt theactlon1EDWARDS totheNNOLANflacandidate totheFOR ASSESSOR BAKERofDemocraticpartJ NapartyWeMedIacountycratic party pretensetot Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hail front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occupied For particulars call at this office tf Sosk1aksever made to the Southwest via The Rock Island Frisco Systems readyandever made to Arkansas Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories Ticket on tndChicagoMarch 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Call on yonr nearest ticket agwit or address H L McGUIRE District Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio V L lif ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADI Great Reduction in Oneway Rates to California NorthwestMarch J to April 30 J904 Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to CaliforniaNewMexico and Texas J Roundtrip Arkansas Farming in the The PuJtr Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is luauinjj raisillJtlairyillltilsiana Kwrv Funner or Home eeker who will forward his name and ad cirKSH to the niulHniisrnfd will be mulled Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive others art they are from month to r through rate tickets and rates free copies of of Cuba and New Orleans to rail ad agent or address- F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky lOPE FOR INDIANS FUTURE Manx Red Ms 114 0 B RefaslBO Government Ration and Seek lag Employmene Long strides are being taken toward placing the Indians of the west on aleltIsustaining basis and making Industrious citizens of them Secretary HitchcockS and Indian Commissioner are eased with the reports of Indian agents o advise the interior department ac cording to the Chicago Tribune that many Indians have voluntarily given uIthe rations m Iyoeatliving The allowance for rationsIamounts to one dollar a day dlans have been employed by the govern ment to assist In constructions of racer irs on their reservation Others have sought employment with railroads In the co oanstructionIn some far western states Chinese labor has been utilized by railroad companies almost exclusively Coolie labor has been quite satisfactory for the class of work performed but the last year baa developed that Indians are superior to Chinese So satisfactory has been their ork that the railroads have voluntarily creased the wages of Indians 10 peT cent above those paid to Chinese Com a yoffairsture of the IndianaHeretofore has been much dif culty in Inducing the redmen to perform bor but with the developments of the st 12 months those having control of the nations wards are much encouraged MAN WITH BAD LUCKI e Geta the Plugged Nickel and Cunntllnd Dime and Cant Get Rid of Them VWhyson selecting a penny from a handful of change in order to buy a baseball extra without the result of the N saewYorkHeraldplugged nickels and some Canadian imes and quarters I never lookor s Other people get em and pass em on They seem to have no troubla whatever Now with me its different Every day somebody turns a plugged nickel or Canadian dime back on me and have to fish up a new piece of change I mply cannot get rid of the things I have no luck at all I feel guilty On a car the other evening I held fast to a plugged nickel determining to be rid of it It was quite dark and the back platform was crowded I turned my race way when the conductor came around d naesed him my nickel He put it care I In hiscotpocetandcollectedth e r vr sres Then bringing out a hand fn n rhangeTie ppcted the bum five cent nlcp ir out of everybody on the pla fnrm ar rrtiirred It with thinks Howisths4 Once I rot rid of a Canadian dIne In a barber shop I gave i t to the bootblack with an honest ex plsration of the fat that it was a Cans d lau Cinseaudb could tale it for 10 cents or I would give him a nickel Instead Sure said be Ill get rid of If And be did He passed it back on me as change the next time I came in and 1 never noticed it ur I wasa mile away How is It any way- OCTOGENARIANS HOPE Buffalo Merclmnt of four Score Year1 Contemplate Itetnrn to Chicago In a Few Year t Admiration for Chicago amounting almost to love for the western metropolis is seen daily In people who have made their homes elsewhere says the Chicago Tribune This was Illustrated the other day in Buffalo when a man years old lauded the city in which he had been a pioneer and which he had not seen since he was a youth Two Chicago women waiting for a train In Buffalo entered a queer old general store near the river An old man puffing a clay pipe ordered his clerks- to bring chairs and sat down to entertain his Do you live in Buffalo he asked The women answered that their homes were in Chicago Well I declare said the merchant Joyfully That the finest place on oihadtell you It was a great place for a young man Ferdinand Jones owned a lot on the north side and you could buy a big chunk of State street for 3000 Im going to sell out here in a few years and go back and open another store there Theres a lot cf money to be made there yef The visitors hurried away te catch their train and left the merchant of four score years contemplating his return to Chicago in a few years Curio Action of Radium A Russian doctor named Loudon of St Petersburg has published some In teresting relative to the action of the Becquerel rays on the nervous system and on the eye Ha found that when a box containing bromide of radium was placed in a cage In which mice were kept the animals became paralyzed and comatose and died In five days He also found that persons who are either totally blind or have only the feeblest possible perception of light are peculiarly sensitive to the Becquerel rays and are able to form- vIsual conceptions of the contour ot ob- Jects the shadows of which are hOWD- on a screen by means of the rays Burmese Like Football Among the Burmese football Is as popular aa it is in Knglishepeakln countries But the Burman scorns to wear boots Ho Welts and shoots goal with his bare feet Postal Long on Ifs Trarel A post card sent from to Ttinn OB vTuna 7 1877 has Just com bhisstamped Address not kmown writr has been dead 2i yHriV II VV- VVVaa rp Social Low One way and Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday I in each month to the Southand Southwest Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas wt South free published month folders descriptive apply nearest pted visitorsV observations Berlin L olowSoutheast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas I LAND OF CHEAP HOMES The dates are Jan 19 Feb 2 and 16 tI anThierateone way or round trip Now is the time to a InurownmduceIclimate short pleasant winters onp growing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheatdts clover alfalfa cotton ve of ca thnui 25 an adTake advantage of some of the abovblateaand see this great yourself If you will write us where you wan to go we will tell you the exact cost ur ticket and eend you maps riptive literature and help you to fin suitable location Write today to L 0 Schaefer T P A Cotton Belt Rote Cincinnati 0 ar AICotton Belt Route St Louis M Following Special Rates In Effect via L 4 1aOne way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 april and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri me datesiW Hamilton Agent r L N1tt4 Lv4tia25pmNo CinnatI and LivingsIMS a m ton Express north bound 350 an LlvlnltS105pm 1105 pi Maysvllle 620 a re lIIaYII72D Rowland 820 a n No 22 Richmond and Stan130 p m ford north Hound loiinilb it1utU DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersaHIesLawrenceburg shelI8o am and Cincinnati p m for Irvine and Beattyvillo 130 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Louisville Lexington and llMam mFromHR IiMITHOFPA KyRRlchmonu Ky The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to Cali fornia is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw lag Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An geles and San Francisco Quick time Hiid uptodate service Dining Cars meals a la carte Low rates in effect after March 1904 to California and intermediate points Round trip Bome Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West and outhwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays of eacji month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Home Seekers Excursions at Very LOW RATES to many point la the following territory TerritoryIowa Oldhomaend Wyoming over the BigFour I RouteSelling February 2 and 16 Marchlandl5April 1904 For full information and particulars u tpdvliegescU dress etc the undersigned J E REEVES Gea Soatkera Afent IWARREN J LYNCH G P T A CiactawIOMo I r HTHX FATHIR OF THE BAHJOX Frank B Converse Mad That lad teaIThe man who made the banjo popI Blar and who lived to ace It favor died the other day in New York city He was Frank B Converse and the was known as the father of the banjo says the New York Sun IMrpanyLthat Mr Converse was known principally and he composed for the Instrument and wrote for It He continued to teach the Instrument after he retired centurylago pupilsi simple contrl to use it in his minstrel turns and be did much to develop It into what It Is today Mr Converses widow Is Harriet Maxwell Converse the author lectur er and authority on Indian lore The decline of the banjo followed soon after the public Interest in minstrel performances began to decrease It Is rarely heard on the stage now even In vaudeville performances and even the college clubs have lost their d enthusiasm for it Now It Is not en used to tie ribbons on 1WOMEN GOOD WORKERS Many Drive Wagons Over Lonely Ru raT Stall tonilioid Other Post tlon la Poital Service The largest number of women em ployes fn any line of work are employed in the United States postal service Some of the highest salaried women in the world are employed thus More than onethird of them are past middle age d many are past 70 yews says the Tribune Many of the women are mall wagon drivers having long and lonesome tripi uninhabited parts of the country In great numbers they are employed in the rural free delivery Nearly all the experts In the dead letter office are women They have to perform tasks which to the average per n would seem Impossible It is their uty to take charge of the 6000 pieces of mall which go astray every year and ey must see that these waifs get to eir proper destinations If possible nd if not they are returned to the enders- Many of the rural post offices are filled y women The reasons why a large number of these rural post o Sices are In trusted to women are not hard to find The work Is usually light and Is such as can be handled by a woman It is the general opinion that women In such po- sItions have given the best work to the department GREATEST CHEESE MARKET Alkmaar Holland Stout Worlds Record In Quantity of CTteeie Shipped to Other Iolnta Alkmaar is hot only the greatest cheese market of Holland but also ot the world says What to Eat From this town yearly 10000000 pounds of cheese re sent out yet the visitor even on market Friday finds no amount of business commensurate with these figures going on In the quiet town of In- habItants The reason is that the cheese s made in the dairies In the country round about Alkmaar and only brought Into town to be shipped away n market day the peasants from the surrounding country begin to flock Into own very early bringing with them loads of red and yellow balls of cheese The high clumsy carts with long curv- Ing tongues on one side of which the horse is hitched are quite as picturesque s the peasants themselves In gala at After unhitching and caring for their horses unloading the cheese and piling it In an orderly pile In the open square they wander about visiting with their neighbors while they wait their turn in the weigh house Southern Port Are Gaining Compared with 1901 the exports from North Atlantic ports have decreased heavily Boston lost 55000 000 New York 24000000 Philadelphia 6000000 Baltimore 25000000 Newport News 7000000 and at Nor folk the loss was nearly 2000000 All ports further south gained The Increase at Washington N C was 2000000 at Savannah 8OW000 and Galveston 8000000 Exports across the Mexican border have increased 5 000000 from Pacific ports 10000000 and from the northern border and lake ports the Increase has been 18000000 In imports however the Atlantic sea board is Increasing Its commanding lead In the year 1903 out of the total imports into the United States of 1 025000000 80 per cent came Iii through the Atlantic ports Evolution of the Ax The ax had its beginning in a pound ing implement of rough stone It gradually developed Into a tool with an edge for hacking and a pole for pounding Its efficiency was finally increased by the addition of a handle It has remained a combined pounding and cut ting implement up to the time of the manufacture of the doublebitted steel ax We Live Longer Now In the years 1854 to 1890 the average life of Englishmen Increased about foui years Do YouBurn C01ifl If so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALSAlso iittyL1Ia D Ii Co D R Freeman M Telephone J84 Wat 3aA YM Aspea A ii u 111 til leiS H Watt A QG Faini Ell UB Jews if merest to Qe Breeder Ell UtIIIWS n merest to tie 1oKiaV THEiiiiiiicty F armer1 and BreeJ LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Has been established to cover a field never before covered by a single paper It will contain all the news and features of interest to the Farmer with news of interest to and features pertaining to the breeding of stock ofevery kind 51 A competent staff of regular writers to cover all items of local and general inter est is supplanted by an able list of con tributors on specific subjects THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER has already created its po sition The several issues thus far pub lished prove beyond peradventure its un usual value and the wide field which it will cover Special Clubbing Rates can be bad en application to this paper Sample Copies can be secured by dropping a postal to IDE KENTUCKY FARMER AND 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