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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rl j 7dS1 1 I t iJ t f THE RICHMOND CLIMAX H i IVOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON BOUNTY EENTUCKT WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11 1905 1 PHONE 80 WINES DRUG a 7I 7F 7I m7I+ 4 THE i1WU8TLJNG GASH STORE I January E C STORE r r 1 1 May it openmptt f S Limitless Possibilities 4 if The full realization of every Hope and Ambition Success7WZ theIcounties highest aim in the future as in the past will be to offer the highest t goods for the least possible prlcest Our stockalthough + slightly broken at this season still contains numerous BAR tocget out before the spring season We cordiallyinvite buyingHzI Thanking you again for past favors and soliciting a fur the continuance of same we are Very truly I LACKEY AND HAMILTON I71 lJ 7IEI1i71 I 7f 71 7 t r ATTORNEYS 4 t A MILLER ArrOBSKTiTtAW LRICHMOND KHUTUOXT Office n m Building next door to anoers National Bank feb3ly JA strIjIjIA krrORNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Miunijtreet i j 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYSAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocer- yJACKSON m ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Offi in John BennellB old law office over j Perr Thomas drugstore 50 YMRS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAneendtng B sketch and description mar r T ascertain our opinion an irT in Is probablr Commnnlca ictlr confidential on Patents securlngpatentsP 1tpi notice without chairs In the Scientific Jlm rita lnomelf tllnttratcd weekly Largest drlaii m of any nctentinc Journal Terms t3 a rrir four months rI Sold bjall newsdealers MUNN CO361sadv1 New York Branch office K3 F 81 Washlnston D 4 DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jfice in the Dr Hobson building MalnStreet 1905 The Popular 1905 Big 4Operates 2558 miles of Railway Lines in the Central States which have by moneybeenperfection arm their equipment in cludes everything of the best and latest designsThrough Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York lUornlniNoonmany other Cities making direct con nections with nil railway and steamer lines through tho best terminals For detailed information call at Ticket Office Ingalls Building Fourth Vine incinnati or address Warren J Lvncti Gen Pass Ticket Agt I Reeves Gen Southern A Cincinnati Ohia W P Brawltv Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn or cat tt ill rioin either singe or en suite John G Taylor Son ISmytf Tulephone 292 ARB i IR TBD is THE Condition of Y- ourTeeth Do you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teth Filled hOc With Gol4l Solid Gold T eth 4 Gold Bridge Woik 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth pnd they ar the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentuckv Ask Shackelford Co to show you their line ot small heaters and wood stoves They are cheap lIe 21 If A LABORER IIWQJlKSAS TOILS WITH 3CECHAUICS Charles 1L Long Son of Late Coal King an Ambitious ManHas Mastered Steel Industry and Is a Practical Banker Philadelphia WJlh a fortune In hand and aF1U1 1nht CbarlosHuLbeL t Long sonofu laleE flmA B Lon1sw ri1iig afa ttrlafieir wj n itJ 1hlIadel- hia t nut i looks and is the cultured genUemauo- tfrtune In the foundry where he does the heaviest manual labor he wdrks side by side with giants who must work or starve and what they do he dOes man fcr man their equal None ofJIr Longs fellows In the fourtdry know of his wealth of his social position or of his future possibilities ills wealth Is a bore to him his Eocial status is taken as a matter of course Mr Long IsOnly 23 years of age but has mastered every detail of the steel dustry even beyond the point that his work has taken him and is also a practical banker He served a full appren ticeship in the great steel mills at Lew istown Pa where he was borne and when his term of service In the mill was over he entered the Citizens national bank as a clerk and made banking his specIal study learning Its details even to the mechanism of the sates In every branch of the work he proved himself peculiarly apt It was in the face of the strongest opposition frpm the officers of the bank that Mr Long resigned and resumed his pastime of hard physi cal labor at the Baldwin locomotive works Covered from head to heels with soot and grease Mr Long quits his work with the 14000 other employes of the Banldwins and falling into step with the great black army of the irdnworkers that pours out of the acres of shops walks to his apartments wjjere show lug consideration for others in the house he sheds his overalls and blouse and takes the worst oft in the laundry Then In bathrobe and slippers he ma his way to his handsome suite of rocms wherehe dresses for dinner Asked to explain why he does such hard dirty work Mr Long revealed himself In two lines I like It I may need it It Is decent it pays His ambition In life is to be master mechanic of a great steel plant and such he will be if he has to build the plant with his own money He is paid 240 a day for the work he does now This is less than he receIvedat Lewis town but he claims that the difference in pay Is balanced oy the fact that he is now learning more He insists that he Is not entitled to any more SARDINE SEASON ENDED Maine Factories Have Put Up About 800000 Cases of Little Fishes During Past Six Months Eastport MeThe sardine canning business on the eastern Maine coast closed December 1 when the hundred big plants were locked up for six monthsIn city there are 18 sardine fac tories and Eastport is known as the home of the American sardine since It was here that the first fish were put up on this side of the Atlantic more than 30 years ago It has been a profitable season for all the employes here 01 the 5000 inhabitants of this city fully 3000 are engaged directly or indirectly In the canning of thesardines during the six months season The pay rolls in Eastport have been as high as 25000 a week during the busy season and with herring plentiful for some weeks there was a good deal of night work many of the employes managing to secure from 75 to 100 hours work a week at ex cellent wages The pack of sardines on the eastern Maine coast during the season promises to be larger than for several seasons past and it is stated by experienced packers of the goods that it might reach 900000 cases but the offlclal figures will not be known for some weeks since they are now In the hands of the state officials I FEWER BABIES IN GERMANY Noticeable Decrease inBirth Bate Especi 1OfIicialBerlin Official statistics covering 26 years show a steady and crease of the birth rate in the large citiesIIof Germany in spite of the fact marriage rate is higher than in less than 100000 inhabitants and in the which passed the mark In December presents 2000000I lest decrease in the birth rate 1896 to 1900 it averaged 289 against 443 from 1875 to 1880 The highest birth rate Is in the great industrial centera of the Rhenish province In Essen the average is 477 in Dortmund 473 ID Dusseldorf 477 and In Cologne 402 The marriage rate is highest in Berlin 213 and in the other great cities it la 1821 a thousand The statistical bureau points out that this portends a considerable decrease in the national birth rate as the decline In the great cities wIth an Increasing pro portion of people and a high marriage rate Is most Important in the general effect An Unprofessional Act In a recent hillclimbing contest with automobiles W K Vanderbilt was do Glared loser because he turned his machine aside to keep from running over an old man The Judges probably regarded Mr Vanderbllts act as unprofessional and demoralizing t Dissolution Notice The firm known as the City TrI 8f3r Co composed of Elmer Parfish and Joe Mitchell has by mutual consent dis solved partnership Mr Iarrish retiring from the business r Elmer Parrlsli 2H4 Joe Mitchell B H Luxoir Bro wilt furnish you with nice brlght lover hay for your cows at right prices 23df t Shackelfurd rUo Bell the all white imported steel hinaware dec21tt torUe We have for sle a fine njile Poland Chinathogandfjve guts 5d2l iJ White ton for Rtat r My house located on West NR street containing seven rooms nd four acres ofaLApijlyto l2oHtc Pii3 k to lLT 1EtJery I Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all healthyhuman theha t once in two mint Ititctjon be4 c6rne Irr5gularrfthe whole Hbq ers1ri99rh ltl Iowsi tt EmiilsiOtTrnakls the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTS EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even be fore you itWe will send you a ample free Be sure hit this picture in the turin of 3 Libel en the wrap fofevery bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT fc BOWNE Chemises 409 IearlSt N SOCeDtIltd 1oo All druf jliu HANGED MiDST SKOW STORM Jockey John Hathaway Paid the PenIalty For Murder Winchester Ky Jan 4Just a year from the time that John Hathaway colored murdered his mistress Etta Thomas he expiated his crime on the scaffold here at 855 Tuesday morn- Ing He awoke at 5 oclock drank cup of coffee hut ate no breakfast At his request he was taken to the lower part of the jail where he made an address to the prisoners urging them to forsake the error of their ways In the midst of a blinding snow storm the procession marched to the acaflold In the jail yard with the prisoner in the lead He showed superb courage and never for an Instant fal tered or trembled The noose was speedily adjusted Sheriff McCord touched the lever and the soul of Hathaway was launched Into eternity His neck was broken and in nine minutes he was pronounced dead His relations declined to take charge of the body and it will be burled in the potters field Hathaway 15 years ago ranked high as a jockey KILLED HIS SON He Fired at a Burglar Whom Both Were Trying to CatchIOwingsville Ky Jan 4In Perry county John Young was awakened by burglars whOtrled to break into his window He fired at them with a rifle and shot and filled his stin Anderson who was trying to capture the rob bers Some of the goods stolen from Young were trace by him to tho home of John Kelly who it is said confessed his guilt and implicated John Moore andIjail at Hindman Knott county where they are being strongly guarded to pro vent a lynchingISUMMONSES ISSUED Are After W S Taylor and Other Al leged Conspirators Frankfort Ky Jan 4Intbe cir cult court Tuesday the indictments against W S Taylor Charles Finley John L Powers Zack Steele and the murderIrefugeesIman for W H Culton Is here endeav oring to secure a release of Cultons bondsmen on the grounds that Culton was to he used only as a witness and having testified frequently his bonds men should not suffer Judge Cantrlll Takes His Seat Frankfort Ky Jan 3Judge Jas E Cantrill was sworn in as Judge Burnams successor on the appellate bench Monday and a big crowd of his FrankIfortoath Charged With Larceny Lexington Ky Jan 5A handsome solitaire diamond ring valued at 356 was found and returned to its owne Mrs Moore wife of Thomas C Moore the wellknown turfman Florence KImbrough and Wash Stepp are under arrest charged with grand larceny Suit For Back Taxes Paducah Ky Jan 4 Another suit for back taxes by State Auditor Agent Frank Lucas has been filed against the city of Paducah and the auditors agent asks that certain property be taxed at 210000 for five years In case he wins the taxes will be 25000 Resigned His Charge Paducah Ky Jan 6 Rev Robert Cummins has resigned as pastor of the Me hanlcsburg M E church and leaves for Tremont IlL to take a spa cial theological course Rev Cornell of Hickory Grove has been assigned to the local pastorate Ewen New Hotel ackson Ky Jan 5capt R Efen has completed his sew hotel it South Jackson near the site oa which th oldEwen hotelwas burned daring tho feud troubles in Breathitt eouaty tw i years aso 11CjNnwis the time to bay Moves Dfr Slwckelford C6TBivJVir they ar hesp Li4tf Iff if I iaT TO PRESERVE THE HEALTH Hints and Suggestions Which May Be round Helpful to the Looks as Well For a good camphor mouth wash try the following Take a pintof hot water and dissolve In It two drams of powdered borax when the water cools add one dram each of spirits of camphor and tincture of myrrh It is not generally known that castor oil may be most easily taken mingled with orange juice a little sugar being added to the ioTcelf theorarfjjeVtsi noCw t dlantpatientdipped In borax water so that no dust annoys the patient and no assortment Df germs are flung up in the air to drift VIc1timsand an impure condition of tho blood For the blood take the oldfash ioned remedy of sulphur and molasses Av ldrIch and greasy fooods and each morning before breakfast take a glass of hot water in which you have squeezed the Juice of an orange or lemon Never eat anything that you know disagrees with you if you want to keep a good complexion Indigestion Is one of the greatest enemies of the skin and for this reason the simpler the food one eats the better Fruit either fresh or cooked and green vegetables should be part of the dally diet Bathe the face with hot water retiring Dry It by patting with a reI piece of old linen Rub well into It a good face cream or lotion and with the finger tips begin the work Pus the middle fingers on each hand over the top of the eyelid from the outer corner toward the nose then bring It back and pass it along the under lid to the noso down the sides of the nose to the nostrils and thence cross the cheeks to the ears a little practice will make you very proficient In this Use a rotary motion of the finger tips at the corners of the eyes and mouth to erase any lines made there by laughing or other facial ex press Ions and smooth out the coming lines in the brow as you would In velvet by rubbing crosswise creasesI morning bathe the face with In which a few drops of simple tincture of benzoin have been dropped SMITH HAD A VALUABLE DOG When Anything Went Wrong in tho House the Animal Came In Handy Well I wouldnt have believed itl exclaimed Jones In astonishment as he dropped In to see Smith the other even Ing and was met in the hall by a St Bernard dog relates London TjtBlts Wouldnt have believed what asked Smith Why that youd have a dog In your house continued Jones It belongs to one of your neighbors I suppose No sir thats my dog replied Smith proudly You dont really mean It old man Why Ive known you now for five years and youve always had a marked aver sion to dogs YesI did until lately but I wouldnt be without one now This brute is a noble faithful fellow and I wouldnt tLlteBut at this Juncture he was Interrupt ed by his wife calling down thestairs Henry Smith who was It that scat tered these cigar ashes all over my tableIt must have been the dog my dear was his reply And who as it that dropped these apple peelings on the floor she de mandedThe dog my dear answered Smith And theres a bottle of gum spilled on the carpet up here tool Is thatsom of your work Henry No my dear the dogs to blame for thatWell its a burning shame the way this house is disordered Your collars and ties arescattered all over the room Are they my dear That dogs been up there again then Yes continued Smith as he drew his friend into the parlor I would not take a big pot of money for that dog Why thenoblo fellow saves me about 20 scoldings a weekSo I see chuckled Jones and you bet Ill have one before noon tomor row Apple Shortcakes Make a paste as follows Sift four cupfuls of pastry flour and four tea spoonfuls of baking powder together very thoroughly with two tablespoon fuls of powdered sugar and a half teaspoonful of salt With the finger tips work in a cupful of butter and two cup fuls of milk Boll out lightly without touching it more than Is necessary Bake 15 minutes in a moderately hot oven When done cut into individual sizes with a biscuit cutter split butter and spread each piece with a strained apple sauce and serve with whipped cream These are very delicious also when made with preserves or any fresh crushed fruitBoston Budget Salted Almonds Salted almonds havebecome a part ol the menu even of every day dinner tables Try substituting a dish of salted mixed nutspecans filberts walnuts not necessarily omitting the almonds but adding to them The filberts should be blanched butthe other nuts need not beN Y Post Why She Cant Love Him Jrs De Swift I could love my hue band butforonething Mrs HomerAnd what Is that The fact that I am married to him ClavelandPlala Dealer tot 5ae- Highly improved stock farm of 575 ores in the Blue Grins section of Clark connty Ky situated on the Mt Ster ling and Winchester turnpike being ahont seven miles from Winchester and about tho same from Mt Sterling Ky fan be divided into four farms as follows One of 80 acres with good hoiso III five rooms and new tobacco barn One of 100 acrea adjoining the ahovi with house of four rooms and large tobacco barn One ot 180 acres with large dwelling of eight rooms all necessary outbuildings three barns and two tenant hqtibos One of 215 acres with two houses two barns and out bUIldings Foi paiticalura address J C Ecobe Winchester Ky 4j4it3twNV1Dr4i mtieaily inciii flit 10 liit U5k ily earnedl1t home all or jxirf ll ia an either tezv A4 t vitk M IYlIrtJl- OI1V XI tc KiM 0 Iiti 0r 0 j COR MAIN FIRST Ii sCossB1 co fine Clothe6 MJieiBA- LTIITORE NEWYORK we up in see it now all all in up in are all our j our can at If our till lii 5i II R TottUtl or SUracll Dnlu Uok et Knew nl Ambllkii Mimarj Ttc Fu lt t4 tdf- Loo aly is REMEDY Lincoln Inn Court Cincinnati 0 ss pedal p1hIi iu OQalorlJl r is the Cheapest One fireor- burglarymav you o worthanywhero S10 and One rent of a Safe De posit Box costs you is the Ky i ror Sale A nice two story in Irvine Estill The seven vith all For call on or address J B Panola Ky UMBER Busy Cash Store kind that 1 K Helps you the c WorIda Thats kind of clothing we sell It is by Schloss Bros throughoutIt particularEvery ji and so as to its In collars buttonholes and all the details of finishing fully up to the merchant stwwr ard and a sijrht than the 4 fstuff that masquerades as merchant tailoring 1suitconstitutes a gentlemans ideal of and moderation do you of such as this in rich warm Cheviots and fashionable mixtures 4 j so low a price asxz 1k 1Our Great Loom End Sale closed Saturday December 37th and have NEW GOODS every department You wouldnt the store to Everything new everything fresh and ready for Old Santa Claus fWe011 the new goods order to sell them out before the holidays are over Dont buy anything Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing Goods Toys otitlnsICarpets Hats Shoes etc until you have heard the cash we namingon new stuff Any CLOAK that was left sale y ou your own price you havent bought your CloaL get prices W O OLD IiAM and CO L RICHMOND KENTUCKY ij iIiiiIin Vlhicls JEEPOALNpVI075WTEAIS POEIch1heWrppru JEKrOAl ell lle I Which deprive valuables between 10000 years Which Bank 1Trust Co Richmond Jrame residence adjoining Springs property residence contains rooms necessary outbuildings articntars Brnadlns 78p4m IN IIJ Bee The Jip in the Co Correct Clothes Makers ctly made hold shapC linings eachimuchof excel lence What think At just opcdied know low prices buy WMdm5 USED YOUR GARDEN THIS YEAR MEAN BETTER QUALITIES AND LARGER RETURNS 3i on made tailor better Clean from AWARDED GOLD MEDAL 6T LOUIS 190 Endorsed by the best Gardeners as the highest qualities obtainable Send for our SEr BOOK FOK Mailed free Itinm valuable for information concernine RapeSeedWOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY HERE AGAIN i IReady to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hogs that can be procured My stock ot Cured meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that I have every facility for this work and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS 4 as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and I 7 will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John Allman- Main StreetMcKee corner Telephone 113 ilAyersPillsI Want your moustache or beard aheautiful brown or rich black Use Act directly on the livericure I lSoldBUCKINGHAMS DYE Irunt iuuoiiDa mo r auiicnai5JLixa iIE iiii =r FURNITURE= f IWinter is now approaching and It is now time for fall cleaning Every housewife wants something new to brighten up the drearydays that are soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty Picture or It nice Rug We handle all kinds of house furnishing goods from tho smallestpiece up to the massive Bed Room Suites tOur line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers Jongs a large line of odd Reeking Chairs and everything that will make a homo cYand conifortablo fc 7 Comeand iinspect our big stock Special attention is called to our Undertaking Department W S Otl HAM r r t h L f 10n I 11HI II a1 p eec i aa sss eeess sss s s e ees ea S S t t z t t SISea Ieavejust reCe1ve dtnew line of Silk and Linen I Handkerchiefs Mufflers SI c E Ties Socks Shirts Collars S Cuffs Gloves Cuff Buttons 5O I Stick Pins and also the f I fi I anctass gents House Slippers in i 1- o S townc t s iI F J IrLLtclzer d 2ieS i SISr S 0 I e SSSa S SSSSS SSSSSS SSSussS SSSSSSSSSS 40eIFhe Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co LIncorporated tJ =O OHENAXJLT President A D MILLER Editor Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR WEDNESDAY ADVANCE i JAN 11 woe J DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER For Bounty J udg- eNBTURPIN Fur County Attorney- K H CROOKE For Sheriff P BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailor BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAUERS For Snpt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF lbs G G GILBEUT Congressman from the eight District will enter the next race for Govenor of Ken lucky Wren the issue of the Jessamine t News of January Cth that splendid weekly celebrated its nineteenth birthday Mr D O Groff is the i present editor of the News and he is to be congratulated for turningout t such a bright newsy paper THE close of business for the year 1904 in the Auditor Office shows a Itbalance of 179032036 in the State Treasury exclusive of all warrants and claims issued which is probably the largest balance at any correspond ine period in the States history t IN the Appellate Court Wednesday Judge Nunn writing reversed the judgment of the Lawrence Circuit Court in a case of C T Vaughn f against H B Hulett raising the question of authority of a fiscal court to payroad overseers for their ser vices The whole court here consid ering the question holds void an or der of the Lawrence County Fiscal Court paying road overseers It says that under Section 4310 of the stat utes a fiscal court is without authori ty to appropriate county funds unless specifically authorized by saw r Brow rs t 4 r Our January Clearance f Sale is now on and f will be continued for about Two Weeks tt Every article in our vast stock of Furniture Carpets Draper ies Wall Paper and Art Goods F is marked in plain figures and is reduced in price There is further a 20 per cent discount on every framed pic ture in the house There are some magnificient i bargains in our collection and r we hope that you willavail yourself of this opportunity to r make an early selection No goods will be chargedat Clearance Sale prices C1FBroweTCo1Mi LxXIMGlOX Xy ++++ ++4 1i+ +++t+++++ t+++++ By this we mean that the active work of photo graphing compiling and illustrating has begun As we announced in our last issue the CLIMAX will issue a handsomely illustrated history of Richmondand Madison county This history will mean to the city of Richmond and the towns in the county what the Commercial Clubs do to the larger cities throughout the Uni ted States A Commercial Club is an institution form ulated by the progressive business men of a city to show to the world at large the manifold advantages that their city possesses over all others it is managed by men who have business interest in the city and whose pride in the future welfare of their city is so strong in their hearts that they are willing to take their valuable time and money from their business to further any proposition that is to the interest of their city That is why the cities aras a rule so prosper ous and have so many more advantages in the ways of manufactures etc than the smaller towns who have no such organizations And in what way do these Commercial Clubs accomplish all of this good do you ask By letting he public know what they have to offer as an inducement And how do they let it be known By publicity which is a mild term for adver tising This Magazine will be printed in book form 40 to 50 pages size 12x18 inches and will be printed LoulsvilleThthis book which will be made by Tinsley Engraving Company also of Louisville All photographs used in this book will be made Jy our special artist The cover design of this book yrillbe printed in two colors and will represent the most approved style of artistic designing and engraving ADVERTING This book will be the means of giving publicity to the entire town and county which is of course adver tising but it will not be an adveVtising sheet vewHL have a certain amount of advertising set aside foi1 those progressive merchants who wish to put their business before the people of the county in something that the people are interested in but these advertisements Will be the in the advertising pages only We have select ed some of the leading merchants in the various lines whom we will write up and photograph their building but they will be only the leading ones This book will be valuable to file away in the archives of your library to read and reread by this and succeeding generations There will be five thousand of these beautiful books printed and given away as a supplement to this paper besides a large number of extra copies to be sold at twentyfive cents each t run CLIMAX certainly has cause to be thankful for the liberal share of patronage extended us during the year just closed and we feel grateful for this evidence of appreciation of the class of work issued from this office No one who ever persues the pages of the Climax can doubt for a moment its worth as an advertising medium One of our most prosper ous merchants recently informed the editor that he gave the Climax credit in a large degree for the upbuilding of his business and1 said he 1 would not think of attempting to do business without an advertisment in every issue so you may continue my ad as long as I am in business It is gratifying to know that ou pa trons feel each time a coin is dropped into our coffers they have made a good investment and received more than par valu for tho outlay We are confident that those who have properly used the columns of the Cli max to advertise their wares will continue and those who have not we can only say they are standing ia their own light During the year just closed we can congratulate our selves on turning out more job work than any previous year IB the history of the Climax New machinery type etc has been added during the past year to this department and today the Climax probably has one of the best equipped job officwi to bo found la a country office in the State However we are sot eoHt Utd and dariBg tile aext thirty days bun4rOJa- of pounds of iewype i 3i lneiy tl Jb I will be added to this important department of the Climax A few years ago it was necessary for our merchants and citizens to send their citybecauscnot equipped to take care of the class of work desired Now it is different peoplehave yeartheand friends prosperity ami the fondest realization of their hearts desires THE new governor of Missouri went to St Louis some eight or ten years ago as a poor and friendless young man Sixteen years ago the next governor cf Indiana was digging ditches at a dollar anda half a day The to men who will be electedsen ators from Indiana this winter were a few yars ago among the poorest of the poor without money or Influ eqtlal backlog Three young men only thirty years old or thereabouts udwith but little property were elected to Congress In Illinois in November If we had the spece we could mention thousands of others BOW in high posItion on tke railroad manufacturing farming steek rais lug and other lines all of whom started poor Iromyrety te thirty years age Still tlNtYwll M tkeie is peerJilYglIIaabrgHeraa u tI lto Lk p45 A 4zjers t Dont try Cheap cough medJ cines Get the best Ayers Cherry Pectoral wnata record it has sixty years of Cherry Pectoralcur- es Ask your doctor JIhe doesnt use it for coughs colds r6nchitisi and allIthroat and lung troubles I haTe found that Ayer Chr17 Pectoral the bet rpediclne I can prescribe for bron cbttlt Influenza courlu and LODGMXKMO Ithaca NT 2k JiC YEn co AUdI liito for Jwell MI BronchitisCorrect tendency to tion with small doses Ayers Pills THURSDAYS Louisville Times contained the the following special dis patch from Washington Senator McCreary of Kentucky won a brilliant and notable victory before the Foreign Relations Commit tee of the Senate this morning It was In consideration of the proposed arbitration with Great Britain to sub- mIt all differences to The Hague tri bunalThe Southern people and Southern States have feared that If the original treaty were agreed to foreign holders of reconstruction and Confederate bonds issued by Southern States amounting to millions of dollars would attempt to force payment 0 the money through Tie Hague tribu nl The Kentucky Senator contend ed that this was possibility and in order to prevent any such action he caused to be inserted in the treaty these words in effect that differences which affect tho vital interests thi independence or the honor of the contracting countries or the interests of any State of the United States shall not be referred to In the tribunal The committee adopted the Kentucky Senators suggestion andhe Is receiving congratulations of all Southern Senators The words he inserted will not destroy the purpose of the arbitration but will protect the interests ofevery Southern State A SPECIAL session of the General Assembly of Kentucky will be held tomorrow the 12th tho sole purpose of which will be to decide on the site of the new capitol building Brick and Tiling Plant of the WacoMining Co Sold The following notice taken from the Lexington Leader will be of interest to every citizen of Madison count The extensive clay fields and the great til ing and brick industries lying near Waco have long been a source of much pride or late years the company of which Hon Charles L Searcy was President has improved the plants and at the St Louis Fair their products re ceived some of the first honors Mr Searcy will still be connected with the new company and will be one of the officers The following is the Leaders account of the deal Negotiations which have been in progress for the last two days were concluded in this city late Tuesday atternoon by which the brick and tiling plant of the Waco Mining and Menu facturing Co at Waoo Ky in which several Lexington gentlemen are interested passed into the control of a syn dicate of Pennsylvania capitalists headed by G W Lenkerd of Reynolds ville Pa The reorganized company which is to- thkethe place of the old company will have a capital stock ot 175000 of which amount 75000 will be preferred stock with a guaranteed annual dividend of 8 per cent The majority of the old stock holders will still retain their interest in the new corporation Among the Lexington men who owned stock in the old company and who are included in the reorganization are Joe LeGompte C C Calhoun J D Purcell Charles Kder S S Batts John Hunt MjorganC3alvij Morgan and Alex Hall Former President C L Searcy will also remain dth the new company and will be one of its offi erBtIt is the intention oi the new com pany to erect a 150009 plant on its property near Waco Ky to take the place ot the one now there and which has a very limited capacity It will be equipped with the most modem ma chinery and all the methods and Improvements installed necessary for turning out products to compete with the Ohio and Pennvlvania manufac tories of the same class Trig plant also includes the erection of a number of brick cottage to be used by the em ployes of the factory The Waco clay wl ch the plant Is in tended to develop has been pronounced by experts as among the best in the world It was awarded the gold medal at Philadelphia in 1876 and also at the Worlds Fair recently held in St Louis The acquisition of this property by the Pennsylvania syndicate means that developments will be pushed vigorously and an industry built ur that will mean much for the material benefit of that section of the State Those fater ested say that the plant under contem plation will employ at least 500 men and will be the largest plant of the kind in Keutucky if not in the South The company will manufacture fancy build ing brick paving and fire brick tiling clay roofing and later hope to add a terra cotta department To former President Searcy more than to any other individual is due the success of the deal and the stock holders are greatly pleased with the prospects afforded by the reorganization as they realize the plant will now be in the hands of practical men Deafness Camel be Curd By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only 6ne way to cure deaf nets and that is by constitutional remedies medconditioenstachian tube When this tube is in orimperfecttirely closed deafness js the result and unless the infliiwawtKin cau be taken out and this tube roredto Its nor deetfoyednothingbutcous service DollarsforHallsCatarrhf J CNtmnr4pdToMoQ twd bi d 4aHalls FfHHiij Pills Ahtbe bat IIorJII U PDONAL Dr LamhnaBthe oculist will beat the Glyadon Hotel Wednesday llth inst Mr and Mrs W H Webb and daughter Cerelda of Louisville spent the Holidays with Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb at Red House Mr J B Million has gone to Louis ville where he will enter the Medi cal College Mr Mark Goins of Gurrard county was here last week to visit friends and relatives Miss Julia Higgins hasgone for an extended visit to Danville relatives Misses Annie and Ethel Hacox returned last week to Lexington after a delightful holiday visit to their sister Mrs Elmer Deatherage- Mr and Mrs Grant Norris return ed last week from Bloomington Ill They will go to house keeping in the house on recentlyjvacated by Mr Evans Jr Rev Orland Beck of Madison was here last weekMiss Margaret Miller of Richmond spent several days with the family of Mr J L McRoberts InteriorJournal Joseph Smith son of Thomas Smith near Speedwell who is a student of Prof Milton Elliotts School at North Middletown Bourbon county having spent the holidays with his parents bylMiss Hester Covington has return ee from a visit to friends in Nicholas ville fCall up Zannca Mill over the phone or go and see them about sell log your corn It will be to your advantage 4janlm Mrs HII Frasa and Miss Frasa have gone for an extended visit to Mrs Frasas parents Mr and BUrs Caitwright in New Decatur Alabama Mr Philip Gentry has returned t Illinois after spending a week his parents Mr and Mrs Martin Gentry in the country Mr and Mrs Thomas E Taylor Mr Joe Taylor and Mrs Nanie Evan all of Illinois who came out to set their mother Mrs Samira Taylo during her last illness are still herE visitingamong their numerous rela tives and friends Hogan Miller of Waco a former student of the Walters school is at tending College at Nort Middletown Miss Rosa Alverson has gone Washington City for a visit to her brother Mr Robert Turley of Fayette Co spent last week with his brother Mr G B Turley Miss Marie Schilling is at home from Lancaster where she visited Miss Elsie Zimmer Mr Cabell H Chenault of New Mex- Ico has been a welcome visitor here during the past week No more popular young man ever left Madison than Cabell Chenault and his success in his western home is a source of much pleasure to his numerous friendsMrs J M P yntz will leave Mon day for Florida to spend the remain tier of the winter Miss Hallie Parks who has been here for quite a while visiting her cousin Miss Mynne Wagers has re turned to her home in Kansas City Mr J YKirkpatrickan uptodate telephone repnirmau of Hodgenville has accepted a position with the Richmond Telephone Co Prof Crowe has returned from a visit to Richmond Frankfcrt and other Kentucky towns Shelby Sen tinelMr and Mrs John D Allen after spending the holidays at Richmond returned home Friday Carlisle Mer curyMr William Parrish of Winchester was here last week on business Mr H G Creekmore son and nephew have gone to Houston Texas on a prospecting trip Mrs A C Bu khanan and daugh ter nnd Miss Beulah Million have gone to Orlando tlorida for the remain1er of the winter Mr and Mrs T J Curtis of Kirks yule left yesterday morning for New Smyrna Florida where they will be guest of Major Abcrcrombie and wile This excellent couple are pleasantly remembered here having visited Mr and Mrs Curtis and others two years ago They made numerous friends not only in Klrksvllle but iitthis city as well who will gladly welcome them back to Kentucky Mr Curtis and wife will visit other points in Florida and may probably go to Cuba They will be gone two monthsMr E Woods returned last week from New Orleans where he attended the national meeting of the Sigma Nu fraternity He left Saturday for Washington D C to assume his du ties as assistant secretary to Senator James B McCreary The meeting of the Cecllian Club whichwas to have been held last week was postponed and will beheld thiaaftcrnooa with Mrs H B Hanger The following notice clipped from the Erjepenn Dispatch December81 will be of interest since it speaks in very complimentary terms of one of our talented musician An interest ing and delightful recital was given last evening atSt Pauls parish house by Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond Ky assisted byOhas Zimrm both pupils of Mrs Eggeleston and Miss MinuTe Bloeser and Harry Hlrt pupils of Prof HJ E Vincent Miss Dykes has a soprano voice that touches the heart ot every lover of music It has not the harshness that is sometimes found but is soothing to the ear The trills JH the difScult selections vere as easily and as Clearly as if Dndel a bird She recei ed the of all pres- entMATRIMOINIAL WrrrlfejilOTT Mr Edfr Witt sad MU JfeMUe Elliott both p Etll u 1JBniid hit Mt TkvnfejrJjMt McMMmy balng pr formtAJby Sqtiir DyIii c j r F DEATHj rr PowrOur communtywaS very much shocked on Saturday mpralng when itbecame known that Mr Jerry H Powell had died the night before HfS death came after about two hours illness of Apploplexy He was on thestreet about five in the afternoon After going home he complained of not feeling well and graduallysank ucto his death Deceased who was one of Richmonds oliest and best known citizens was sixtyeignt years old During his life he had amassed a comfortable fortune He was a life long member of the Methodist church His funeral services were held at his late resi dense on Broadway Sunday after noon at two oclock In the presence of a large gathering of friends relatives and were conducted by Rev J W Cralesf pastor of the Metho dist church i His remains were lowered to tbefr last long sleep He Is survived bya wife and one son Mr Cbarles Powell who have the deepsympathy of all In the loss of husband and father OLDUAM After a brief illness of heart disease Mr Dawson Oldham died at his home on High street last Thursdayaged 87 years No man in Madison county was better or more favorably known than Mr Oldham Nearly all his life he had resided in the Foxtown locality following the lift ot a farmer He was a gentleman of old school honored and respected by all with whom he came In contact Onlyrecently he moved togethir with his daughters to this city to reside His funeral services were conducted Saturday at two oclock by Rev J W Crates at the residence after which his remains followed by a lunge procession of relatives and friends were taken to the Richmond Cemetery for interment Mr Oldhams death removes from our county one of her pioneer citizens a man who lived well his long life lived to set his fam alIy of three sturdy sons and three daughters grown and com manding the respect of all They are Messrs W S Oldham one of our foremost merchants Sanford and James Oldham of Foxtown and Misses Nannie Carrie and Alice Old ham who lived with their father The sympathy of all is extended them in the loss of their venerable father who has gone to his reward Kidneys Cured Free Send your name and address with this clipping and get a full size box of DeBells Kidney Pills free DeBells Kidney Pills are guaranteed to cure Can you refuse a cure that is given absolutely free Do not delay time may mean death Send for sample at once For sale by B L Middelton 1m A PRESS dispatch from Washington says Represenative James announced that Governor Beckhum will make re quisition on J Frank Hanley when he Is sworn In as governor of Indiana for the surrender ot W S Taylor and Charles Finley Hanley cannot refuse to honor the requisition now declared Mr James The courts of Kentucky are above reproach and in view of the extreme fairness accorded Caleb Powers I challenge anyone to say that any man cannot get a fair trial anywhere in Kentucky On Woe is us what shall we do for something to read now thrt Port Arthur hIs fallen the war in the far east statu quo Nan Patterson ask- Ing for bail and Mrs Cbadwick stating that Shu has made confessions that will clear her of all blame crimi nally what have we to look forward to in our city papers Could not some of our subcribers start another querry like How old is Ann Bunsens Catarrh Cure cures catarrh easily and pleasantly It contains no nieruur or other injurious drug It is quickly absorbed and gives instant relief It opens and cleanses the nasal passages allays all inflamma tion heals and protects the membrane and restores the senses of taste and smell Regular size 50c Sample and pamphlets telling all about catarrh free For sale by B L Middelton 1m Jury Return a Verdict The Marcum damage suit which has been in progress in Whinchester for sometime and which has excited vjde spread interest has come to a close for the present at least The jury on Monday brougb in a verdict against James Hargia0 and Ed Callahan for 8000 they furthermore exonerated Senator Hargie and SF French for the the payment of damages It is said the plaintiff will appeal from this verdict The case was givento the jury Satur day afternoon At a late hour they re ported they had come to no decision but did not desire to hold a night ses sion Judge Bdutoti placed them in charge of the sheriff amost unusual thing in a civil case and adjourned court until Monday morning At four in the afternoon thi above erUiui was brought in Grana era Hou One Night On- lyWednesday January1- 1Allan Villair and Pearl Lewis and a perfect company in a scenic production of TABHB rl if TBxa Aheart stosyof intense interest Bristling with human passion amiss tional Incidents wonderful rtalism and delightful comedy Special Features- The rescue from a wol- ff country bumpkin The two fmmny trampn 8iBrilUBg dynamite scenes des t J Ti terrible tight for Texas life Lfce greet robbery sec A guaMMd high prked at trftctkxiat 2 is35 and 5Oc IIr 1 II 1 i Public Sale AND RENTINGhi The undersigned J A Sullivan as Executor of the estate of Margaret P White deceased will on Saturday Jan 21t05 beginning at 10 oclock a m offer at to the highest and best lid tier at her late residence in Richmond Ky the following property viz All the Household and Kitch en Furniture- and effeJts uf said decedent on the property on which she resided at the time her death The same consists of bureaus wash stands cushioned chairs mats portieres lambrequins table covers hat racks tables dressers chairs pitchers wash bowls rockers sewing machine bedsteads extension table China cabinet Said furniture is all of walnut and cherry make and most of it comparatively new and in excellent condition also about 100 yards of Brussells carpet 50 yards of Moquette carpet and a lot of yarn car pet and matting Also a lot of lace curtains 4 feather beds bed clothing- lamps Irish potatoes preserves about 200 pounds of lard 5 hoses meat old middlings sausage and some corn and a lot of baled hav and straw Also a lot of silver and glassware spoons knives and forks cloths and tho usual dining room articles Also a good cook stove and utensils kitchen tables a lot of preserves sor ghum In short most articles in common use among housekeepers At the same time and I will offer decedents residence located on Main street in Richmond hY torrent during the year 1005 possession to the tenant will be given at once residence is large and commodious and in one of the most desirable locations in the city At the same time and place I will also sell one good sorrel horse one good surrey and buggy one spnne wagon a lot of shingles cloverseedc TERMSThe purchaser will be required to pay cash for all articles less than 10 and for all articles of f10 and- over the purchaser will be required to execute a note good security pay able 30 days from date of sale without Interest from maturity The renter of said residence will be required to give note with good security payable January 1 1900 J A Sullivan Executor Margaret P White decd Public Sale AND RENTING on farm The undersigned J A Sullivan aa Executor of Margaret P White deceased will on Wed Jan 25 1905 beginning at 10 oclock a m sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on the premises in Madison countv Ky on the Hagans Mill turnpike and known an the Ben Price place the fol lowing propertyviz About 550 corn 700 shocks of fodder two stacks of hay two mules one gray mare one brown mare 22 good milch cows 23 calves two wagons and harness three old shovel plows mowing machine corn planter cultiva tor about 5000 tobacco sticks timothy seed kitchen cabinet and a lot of chickens and other articles of person altyThe real estate will be rented before the articles of personaltv will be told At the same time and the un dershned win rent to the highest and best bidder the Entire Farm of the decedent consisting of 425 acres more or less This is one of the roost fertile and desirably located blue grass farms in Madison county Ky being on the Hagane Mill turnpike road and in a splendid neighborhood said farm will be offered first in two parcels and then in a whole jind rented in the manner bringing the most money viz 1 That thereof known as the Haynes land consisting of about 186 4 acres more or less and being on the north eide of said turnpike About 65 acres of this land is now wheat of which the decedent is entitled to one thinl thereof About 45 acres of the same is cultivated land and may dur log the year 1905 be putin corn excepting about 10 acres which may be put in tobacco 2 Teat part of the farm located on the south side of said turnpike itnd known as the borne place and consist ing of 2636 acres of land more or less will then be offered for rent Of this portion 20 acres have been rented to ud who is to pay rent therefor in onehalf the corn to be raised by him delivered at the heap aridall the fodder Nine acreb of said land are also in wheat on the shares with MO Covington of which decedent will be entitled to onethird thereof 25 acres of the home tract are in good meadow and the balance In most excellent blue grass 3 The farm will then be offered foi rent as a whole The tenant or tenants will be entitled to the benefit of said rent contracts possession of the farm will be given after tin sale Tenant will be required to give possession January 1 1906 with the right to reenter and remove any crop growing on the place until February 1906 The undersigned reserves the right to himself and assigns to sow small grain on the land during the fall ot 1905 Tenants will be required to cut and shock all corn at the usual timeTERMSThe purchaser of the per sonalty will be required to pay in cln for all articles of 10 less and for all articles over 10 notes with good se curity interest from the date of sale will he executed due sixty days after date Tenants who shall rent tho land will be required to execute notes therefor with good due January 1 1906 with a land lords lien for rentupoli all property and crops on tbe leased premises J A Sullfvan Executor Margaret P White decd Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorize announced Ol ABENCE B WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce p Eo ROBERTS a candidate for Attorney anb ect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce TKOS H COLLINS a candidate for Clt Attorney sub fact to tire action ot the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorlzed to announce JAMES il ALLMAN a canlldMte for Chief of Police of the city or Richmond subject to the aclion or the Democratic party We are authorltid to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W HAR DIN candidate for the office of Thief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the De aocaic party Wa are authorized to announce W M CKKEKMORtj a candidate for Cbiei of Police of KicbiaoaU subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEE O SHKAHHR a candidate tor jailer of Mad moty atyect to the action of the Republics arty DeBells Kidney Pills aTe Hot a cure for all diseases They are prepared eJtpry for the kidneys and ot oat bo other part of tjie Ryn frilleve aU kUi y treflee al 8tdtUae shod iitai bJe altect ptroMMMt care Jrioe 2tks For si1b1B Middntn lJJl d t 0Owen McKeeLeader inif Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions m J JDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c ORDINANCE Be it ordained that the meat ordi nance passed at the last regular meet log of the City Ccuncil be and is hereby repealed This 6th day of January 1905 D R TEVIS Mayor Attest W H WHITE Clerk 11J41 PAINT LICK Mr and Mrs CFv Higgins and Mr Salem Wallace spent the holidays with Mr Wm Wallace and family The Misses Preston of Louisville were the charming guests of the Misses war ast week Miss Maggie Francis of Cincinatiand sister of Corbin were with the home folks during the holidays Mr Wm Anderson has moved to KirkevilleMr Arnold has gone to Lancas ter and Dr Casenburg will take charge of the hotel The Paint Lick Musical Club gave an entertainment at Kirksville on Thursday ni ht Owing to the inclem ency of the weather only a small crowd was out Mr R L Jennings has sold his stock of goods to Messrs West Wino who will take possession the 20th Miss Agnes Henderson is clerking at EstridgesMrs Wallace leaves next week for Charlotte N C to visit hur daughter Mrs Bogel Bell Dr Ramsey and family left lI8t Wed nesday for Mississippi to spend the winter MrsErnest inhealthWill Gaffney and Mrs Jones were WeduesdayHey Message to Fraternal Orders Interesting News from Cincinnati with Local Confirmation in Richmond The thousands of members of frater nal bodies In this State will be Inter fromJohnwho lives at 1111 York street Cincin nati Mr Theobald believes in living orgairizatibuFraternal charitablesufferingMr haylogafllects dyspeptics I could not enjoy euting thinking of the suffering that would follow My fool did not digest lDedicinestil I used Miona Thanks to this remarkable remedy I am now a cured man and believe that it made a per manent and complete cure B L Middletnn Is local agent for dyspepsjaItsells at 50c a box The remedy has made o many ami such remarkabl cut eb amongst his customers confirm inc Mr Theobalds statement that he will give his personal guarantee with every box he sells to refund the morley if it does not cure Do not suffer longer Here is a cure restoreshealthrisk and you do nut have1 to pay a penny unless you feel that you have received much more than your moneys worth The fride of our Town It has often been remarked by visit ors to our town that Richmonds greatest beauty lay in its broad streets and Onlyhavedences in Central Kentucky but we have some nf the mst historical These residences are tire countys greatest boast aud pride Every citizen in the courty is proud of the beautiful real duncps that adorn the streets of Richmond So proud are we of thee beau tiful and imposing homes that we are going to devote three pages ot our History of Richmond and Madison County to illustrate them Quite a number of people have already called at this office and asked us to represent their homes in our magazine Under each illustration we will publish a short historyAswill make one of the most interesting pages In our magazine As it will show to tire world at large that you take a pride in your town and in your home besides it maybethe means olfindingyon a purchaser for your home if you care to sell It is Serioustlr5ome Richmond People Fail to Realize the Seriousness The constant aching of a bad Lack The weariness the tired feeling illsAreDwngnrona urinary troubles follow A Nicholaaville man shows you how avoid them James Webber grocer of East street kIdneystroubleltwith a heavy dull aching acrOSs the thatforimpossible this condition I had to be most carefnl for I wan aware that any jerk or twist or midden movement would bring on still more punishment The secretions from the kidneys were thick and ropy and contained much albumen They were too frequent in action and at night my rest was much broken Isaw Doans Kidney Pills endorsed by people in nearby towns and I got a box Thev gave me almost immediate relief and after using two boxes the pain in my back disappeared and the trouble with the kidney secretions was corrected I will substantiate these remarks to any person who wishes to call on me- Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Can at B L Id deltons drug store and ask what his reportFor dealers Prlop BOc Foster Mllburn Co Buffalo N Y pole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other jan For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson- tf Mic8 Laura R Bright For Kent Two nice rooms on the ground floor in the Schlegel building for rent Suitable for an office 2t Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S I Milkitl Prop Phackelford Co sell the Radiant Home Cols Hot Blast and Cyclone Hot Blast heating stoves dpc21tf Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed to me which issued from the Clerks fice of the Madison CircuitCourt in favor of S H Thorpe Commissioner in case of C W Jenkins against C H and Nannie Denny and Ruben Hill Ior one of my deputies will on Monday Feb 6 1905 between the hours of 10 oclock R m housedoorKy expose to Public Sale to the high pst and best bidder tire following de scribed j roperty or so much thereof PlaintiffsdebtTWO ACRES OF LAND with improvements to same This property is situated in Madison county Ky lying on the waters of Tales rkin the Foxtown Magisterial District at joining the propel ty of Ed Portwood and Marv Ann Million For more ac curate description see deed book Ko 56 page 4G- 1Levied on as prorerty of Ruben Hi1 TERMSSale will be made for cash JOHN F WAGEKH8 M C Jan 11 1905 SALERICHMOND POLICE OURT Nannette Garrison Pin against NOTICE W M Creekmore Dft By virtue of a judgment of the Richmond Police Court the undersigned will as Marshal of the City of Rich mond o- nMonday Jan 16 05 between the hours of 10 and 12 if m- In the store of Nannette Garrison on First street in Richmond Koccupied by W1f Oeekmore expose to the highest and best bidder on three months time the said Creekmores stock of whiskies cigars etc to satis fy a judgment of said court in the sum of SC666 and interest and the costs of the action and accrue rent to January 16th 1905 the salir to be mare on a credit of three months the purchaser tobe required to give bond with ap proved securityJAS H ALLMAN Marshal of the City of Richmond rr Gas HEA TERS w o 5moet lto SvcveXV to1vt J O DafC1 With a Gas HeaterT- he troom is heated quickly satisfactorily and cheaply They Icost little aad being detachch able can be used ia any room JTelephone OrderstJ Pro m 1 pv Filled r JV c Richmond Water and Light Company V bo rrrr L Ind = QIrX14sL iL I 4 t I i r t f J 1 t w I y 3 r 1 id ftc wit An Opportunityf 1Le In order to reduce our stock we will until September 1make special prices 01 anything in our large Vehicle stock Dont Fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone t eaT jOTS PHONE 232e = Peebles f Sweet Hickory CoffeeLI H FrasaBros SOLE AGENTS MAIN BTHEET PHONE 165 I he Richmond Climax WEIJNESDAY JAN 11 190 Mrs Mary G Runyon the oldest woman in Lexington died Sunday She was ninetyfive years old Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf You can pet the top price for your corn from Zarinp Its an easy place to unload and you get your money on the spot 4janlm Cultivate humbleness for in the warfare of life the sun of Austentz may po down behind tho snowdunes of Moscow Impossible to foresee an accident Not impossible to be prepared for it Dr Thomas Electric Oil Monarch over pain- Terrible plagues those itching pestering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans Ointment cures At any drug store Two million Americans suffer the torturing pangs of dyspepsia No need to Burdock Blood Bitters cures At any drug store During the year just ending tbeie were 3787 persons killed and 61343 injured in railroad accidents in the United States An Intercollegiate Bible Study Conference will be held in Lexington Friday January 13th It is inteded to make this a permanent feature in col lege life Miss Nellie Marcum the nine ten year old daughter of the late J B Marcum will be married January 25th to Mr James Flannery ol Fargo N D where ho has a lucrative King winter is ruling in earnest herelthlredifferent sections of the Union show that the intense snow storms are gen 1111 In some places in West Virginia ilitre is a depth of thirty inches In iis section the snow is the heaviest at has fallen in several years A first class comedy drama entitled Ihe Hnart of Texas was presented the Academy by Allan Villair and a jrM d company Both play and star wre unknown here and the house was vhF fair hut if Mr VillaSr has the irnse to ronie alain hell be greeted full theatre for all present voted t attraction nun of the best seen here in vHra The play is simply replete w ill action pleasing comedy and Ifillinir HltuatintiB and there nevur a Iil Mt Vlllair is really a frpemliil young ctor and soon had the tulir nce with him He Is equally at me in comply or serious work Miss lIIIwIR the jolly city girl was Ies id Hii1 mailH a picture Ilf Ingei- iu liveliiips particularly when she wore her luxuriant hair hanging about her Hliruldera The cast was good and the Hennery and effects very striking fnpec ally the sensational den scene ROll the amazing realistic last act Fiahkill Kxchangn Nov 2il The above attraction is booked for one night onlv Wednesday Jan 11 at the Grand Opera Hmisa Something to 3 tt 5 O9 moment MN Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered FreeofChargeYour Z T RICE Agent OfficeRice Arnolds Shoe Store Pphone 118- Little Colde neglected thousands of lives sacrificed every year Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup cures lilt e coldscures big colds too down to the very verge of consumption I Mean You Please call and settle your account llialm Jones Mershon hoods Arriving Mr P M Popes new hardware store will soon be ready for business lie is receiving his new goods daily and is busily engaged getting everything in readiness for business Cottage Fiaycmceting The Methodist prayermeeting on Wednesday evening will be held with Mrs A J Suit at her rooms on Main street instead of at the church as usual Lost On Lancaster pike on Friday December 23 1904 one black and white setter dog Reward of 5 will be paid for return of same to Henry White janltf Richmond Ky Land Deals Jas Carr sold to S T Berryman 52 acres of land on Siver Creek forS2000 John W Masters sold 45 acres of land to Elza Million a S45 an acre The land is known as the Farley place Valley View Argent QyU Suit The suit of Charles Soper against Crutcher Chenault etc has been III progress for the past week and up to hour of going to press the witnesses for the defense hadnt concluded their testimony The case is exciting con siderable interest Officers Elected The Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church met last Thursday and elected the following officers for the ensuing year Presi dent Mrs W H Dodge Vice Presi dent Mrs Mary McClin took Secretary Mrs A D Miller Treasurer Mrs Waller Bennett Iwo Public SUes As executor of Mrs Margaret White deceased Mr J A Sullivan will sell at public auction at the residence In this city on Saturday January 21st house hold and kitchen furniture etc and will rent the residence for Ithe present year Also on Wednesday Jan 25 Mr Sullivan will sell publicly on the prem ises on the Hagans Mill pike known as the Ben Price place corn fodder mules horses cows etc and will rent the farm of 425 acres See advertise ment of these sales elsewhere in this issue r EAT W is LIWLVS m interesting subjectespecially wileD rOll know where to find such We have everything In season in the grocery line II Green Vegetables ali kinds of Jj t Canned Goods Fruits Candies tin fact everything that can be found in a first J class grocery We call special attention to our line ttI of SEEDS We handle all kinds of wi FIELD AND GARDEN e SEEDS 2 GIVE US A CALL Z Norber quguelg Successors to E Deatherage r Co rLC O i 01 lA j j t 1= tfai1 Iit tS v Ift+ v I Iv ft t f 4 CUT PRICES ON it t t ti vEk t I tt I Our big GetCashVSaleJuI just ended was sacha pronounced success in every way that we have tt S decided to continue the same reductions on all Suits and Overcoats for both men and 1oys I 0F The stock while much reduced by heavy selling is still larger than all other Richmondstocks Af combined thus affording ample variety to select from k k Not a garment reserved= all go in this big salethe finest and best clothing that tailoring skill t y can produce at prices in reach of every buyer Come now and fit yourself out for Christmas Read these Big reductions and be the first to make your choice v 2500cut to 1900 1500cut to 1225 J I 2250 1 1750 1250 4 985 2000I 1650 800 675 4 1I 0 V 1800 1475 it 00kfci 385 I i t t Some broken lots and odds and ends tat SJ1ij giat v er rductions t f f I 1l r f tI It Big Savings on pift J t I t H Boys Knee Suits 19 f ifi i cM J 1 i l v Extraordinary reduction on all Boys Knee Suitsall the latest styles included Norfolks Buster i Browns double breastedand all the other fashionable things 1 I 7 and 6cut to 475 350cut to 275 t j 5 500 385 250 1 185 v 400 1 325 200l i50I Boys Overcoats at same reductions p 4jPi 4Y w 1 Ac fi a VINGTON BANKS itt tttsts tmt I IResidence Sold Mrs Lee Maupin has sold her res dence on the corner of Fourth street an Glyndon avenue to Messrs H HIII d Charles Frasa price paid being 2600 Possession of same will be given the first ol March Ky Classical and Business College NORTH MIDDELTOWN KY Resumes work January 3 and closes May 31 1905 Experienced faculty handsome location pleasant surround ings thorough work reasonable rates No saloons or other places of vice The safest place in Kentucky for boys For particulars ELLIOTT Pres Save Twenty e Dollars this winter From 15 to 25 can be saved each winter by using Coles Orig nal Hot Blast Stove This wonderful stove burns the gas half of sift coal which is wasted up tho chimney with other stoves Makes S2 soft coal equal 8 hard coal Even heat day and night and perfect cleanliness Fire hover out Perfect resultsalso with hard coal or wood D B Shackeliord Co lljatf Sole Agents A New Daily It has been made known the Frank fort Journal that Mr W P Walton will in a few days start a daily paper at Frankfort It will be n morning paper and will no doubt prove a success Mr Walton is an experienced newspaper man and late editor ot the Lexington Democrat which has been purchased by the Herald Mr Walton is now busily engaged in moving his plant to Frankfort and hopes to get ready for publication by January 16th The CLIMAX extends the beet wishes to B Walton in his new undertaking ami heres hoping that his best luck Itat year may be his worse luck this year Makes us Feel bIaS At this time of the year we are in re ceipt of a great many letters renewing subscription to the CLIMAX The fol lowing complimentaryonewhich isa fair sample of all makes our hearts beat with pride to know in what esteem our paper is held Wagoner IT Dec 30 lOOt EJicor of the Climax Dear Sir =Enclosed you will find money order for 1 You will please renew my subscription to the Climax for another year I cant get along withoutit It is a great letter to me I have been away from Kentucky for twentyfive years but I have taken the Climax ever sfnce I left Yours very traltv R S PORTWOOD What Few PeopleRealize It has been our pleasure lately to have an interview with Manager E Veatch Jr of the local Telephone Company and we were somewhat surprised to learn of the magnitude of our system Mr Veatch informed us that the connections made at the exchange showed an average for three days of 4500 per day from 7 a m to 8 p m Telephones are used by our citizens 9000 times a day representing an average of each telephone being used nine times per day When we think ot eight operators being em- Iploed to serve during this time wt are puzzled all the more to how they answer and make connections as promptly as they do Mr Veatch is provingliimself a most excellent ninn ager and is constantly striving to better the system To appreciate the strain and constant attention that is required of the operators one has only to visit the exchange and then the question willarise Howxiq ihey endure it I Richmond citizens as well as those over the county who appreciate the value of a telephone should feel quite proud ofXHjr system and we cpngratu late Mjry MUeli upon his apieadidau agemelt MISS some of the sweet things in life but dont miss the pleasures of a box of Yearly Report of Chiefof Police t To tlte lIon Mayor and Board of Council I herewith submit to you a report of the work done in my department during the year just closed Total number of arrests made in 1904 835 divided is follows Plain drunk 320 drunk and disorderly 187 breach of the peace 129 concealed weapons 50 gamblIng 64 keepers of baudv houses 7 loitering in and around baudy houses 17 opening saloon on Sunday 8 suffering gaming 3 fast and reck less driving 7 shooting fire arms in city limits 8 jumping on and off trains 10 letting stock run at large 4 ndn tery4 resisting attest 5 tramps ar rested 12 Of this number 118 were dismissed 52 were filed awav and 38 fines ard costs were suspended 627 were fined We collected in fines rind cost 220 which amount has been paid t the City Treasurer and I now have on hand repevin bonds not yet due and uncollected amounting ta639 mak ing a total of collected and replevied tines of 3865 and 159 worked out fines and cost in jail In addition to this there were about 50 arrests made for various offenses In which the Police Court did not have jurisdiction and they were transferred to the County and Circuit Courts Fees collected from stray pen arid stock taken up 80 I have paid out for extra police for Court Days Street Fair and Christmas 103 And now in conclusion I want to say Ia word for my deputies Messrs Dykes Maupin and Potts That I have found them at all times sober and courteous to everyone at all times vigilant and prompt in the discharge of their duties and a good deal is due them fcr the good report I am able to make If there has ever been any complaint it baa not been made to me Respectfully submitted JAMES H ALLMAN Chief of Police Gone South With Horses and Mules Mr ui T Wells who has for a number of years been making his southern trips left January 3 for BltfCtdu Georgia and his Alabama trade with about soy enVy head of fine horses afid mules We join his many friends1 In wishing him a speedy return to his horne city Place for Brutus Claris Aiked Washington Jan 4JOllrW Yer kes Commissioner of Internal Reven ue presented to the President today BrutusJ Clay of Rjchmond KylOn of the late Casslub M Clay Yerkes requested the President to appoint Mr Clay to a position in the governments foreign service and the President promised to give tho subject considera tion Lexington Herald Mr Brutus Clay comes of one of the most historical as well as the most tteeful familys jn Madison county and on account of the many distinguished services rendered by life worthy sireJo this country we l eltllPta B appffnt leatlrem thegoyezwieet WIHtIJ ieute asa fitting tribal to be fath frtireegh thsoa l 1 Sketch of Mr BordersWho He Is Mr Jos B Borders our assistant compilatorofThe History of Richmond and Madison County is a native of Kentucky His early education was received in the public schools and Hivth School after which he was under the private tutorship of one of the best known educators in the East At the age of 20 he went to England where be remained for a short while Seven years ago he entered the newspaper business with one of the large New York dailies by which paper he was sent to Porto Rico as a war correspond ent and later to British Columbia and Novia Scotia In the last seven years he has made writeups and photographs in thirtynine States in this country and eight other countries Below we publish extracts from some of the let ers and newspaper notices Mr Borders hiss in his possession Jos B BodersI The illustrated history of Bards s town and Nelson county issued by the Kentucky Standard under the super vision of Mr Jos B Borders is indeed a lof art Mr Borders is a journalist of considerable note lie has done creditable work as a correspondent for some of tire large metropolitan papers in foreign countries Louis ville Times An artist in his line and deserving of the highest compliments New York Tirres One ot the best His illustrations and writings are always interesting Tire Boston Globe We take pleasure in commending the metliodsof Mr Jos 3 Borders in issuing these Pictorial Magazines They are the best Danville News The credit of our beautiful maga zine is wholly dufcrto Mr Jos B Bor ders who had the supervision of It Kentucky Standard Mr Borders also has letters and newspaper indorsements from the fol lowing newspapers and newspaper men in this State Mr Louis Landrara President of the Kentucky Press Association Anderson News Nelson Record Shelby ville News Glasgow Times Hopkinsville Kentuckian Danville Advocate Lame County Herald Eliza betlitown Mirror and the News Logan County News Glasgow Republican and ethers All of which contain the warmest praise of him as a thorough honest reliable energetic and honorable gentleman who has so far mastered every detail of the work he doingEditor New Industry for Richmond It is indeed gratifying news to tire residents of this city to know that new industries and enterprises are constant Iv penlng up here This is prool positive that Richmond is steadilv growing and improving One of the latest is a generel mercantile business which Mr Hi II Colyer expects tu start at an early dale In the McCann building on Main street Mr Colyer Is exSheriff of this County and is too well known to neeqan introduction A gentleman of hIlt highest type and onH who has numberless friends to with him unbounded Bucqfiee IB iris new under taking one of tle ijtWHcbest being tlio CLIMAX jrBayjourlHiirterfrow ackelford Co for they frTMl 3 lt deeSltf p niI0 u Hi 1 TffiI 1 Council Proctdinp Tht City Council held its regular monthly meeting on last Thursday night with all members and the Mayor present The minutes of the December meeting were read and adopted as was the report ot the Finance Committee City officials reports for the year 1904 were read and were much compliment ed especially those of Chief of Police J H Allman and Police Judge H C Rice whose departments were shown to be in the very best condition According to these reports the amount of fines and penalties collected was far ahead of those in much larger cities running several thousand dollars ahead of those imposed and collected even atg Lexington Quite a number of peti g tioners and seekerator permits appeared before the Council one being Mr I W Barnett who asked for an alleyway to he opened in tire rear of his residence on Walnut street Mr W R Shackelfordi in behalf of Mr L R Wanton objected to this alley for the reason that it would be on Mr Blan tons property A committee ot Messrs Arnold Bales and Shackelford was ap pointed to investigate the situation and report to tile Council Dr H G Sanrl till was given permission to erect four louses on Third and Walnut streets Permits were given the following ArthnrTodd to build on Glyndon Avenue Joe Stanifer on Laurel street and Jeff Stone on Fourth street Allen Zaring asked for permission to erect a l long shed that would extend fourteen feet into the street in front of the millt ire object of whIch would be to shel or wagons while they were being load ed Mr Jerre A Sullivan objected aying that such a building would not only be unsightly but would take up coo much space in the street so the matter was passed Mr W T Tevis isked permission to move his saloon from Irvine street to the St Charles Hotel which request was granted by the Council On complaint of property owners a certain fence on LIndolI ttreet was ordered to be straightened and put back on line Mr Joe B Borders a journal st appeared on behalf of he CUM AX to ask the cooperation of the Council in their issuing a pictorial ind historical edition of Richmondand Iadison county and not an advertis ing edition as was Stated by one of our contemporaries A committee Composed of Messrs Shackelford Bales ana Bybee was appointed to confer with Mr Border in regard to the ques iiou Mr W M Parkes was granted a permit to build on East Main street Judge Rice asked that a new copy of the Kentucky Statute and Code be bought for use in the Police Court request was unanimouslyagreed to The question a new was then taken up and a commIttee ol Mwara Sbackelford Bales and Miller wits appointed to meet with the Mayor City Attorney and Police Judgo in re gard to the matter and tire subject of raising the necessary funds etc An ordinance passed at the last meetirg restricting the peddling of meat was repealed There was no further busi ness bo the Council adjourned The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee laB Blantou 8 15 00 Covington Arnold Bro 5 05 R CStockton 765 Climax Printing Co 8 00 CT Wells Jr 50 Richmond Water Light Co 2 35 0 HPiggi 2 95 D B Shackelford i 100 18 Jesse Cobb 19 25 JeffStone 8 50 Richmond Telephone Co 600 Richmond E P Co 613 03 Perry Thomas 1 80 Richmond Water Light Co 649 I 1100 00 J C Lackey 97 70 Geo B Hale 8 80 Ky Register j i 8 00 Fire Jen rtHaent7t i 61 Wra Yates XIT v 1 Geo English 2 OC Harry Pmthtie 2 OC JIM Driire4 S 10 E T Nt 12110 fEA JiB I ii l 12 i J lc Q n Prosperous Year for the Baptist Church Believing it would be of interest to many to know of the successtul years work just closed under the leadership of our beloved pastor George W Shepherd I submit the following report of the Secretary L P Evans There were 60 added to the membership dur ing the year Sunday School attendance largely increased The old debt of 1200 with the pastors salary of 1000 paid in full to date leaving a small balance in the treasury also 200 for Missions TJhe membership in order to show their appreciation for this grand work done by their pastor have decided to ive him a trip abroad to attend thereat Baptist Convention to be held in London England on July 17th 1905 A large part of this sum has already beep provided We predict that the influences emanating from this gather- Ing of great Baptist divines from allover the world will be an epoch in the history of progressive Christianity that will be felt in ages to come besides adding great inspiration to those who may be so fortunate as to attendA fought Barber Shop Mr Ed Cornelison has recently purchased the Tevis barber shop in the GlynJon building Mr Cornelison is one Qf citys rising young business men and in his chosen trade has few super ors His success is very gratifying to his many friends He will continue at he sme stand which is one of the most complete in the city The LIMAX wishes him much prosperity in is new nndertaking Concerning the New Qty flail At the recent meeting of tire City Council the question of the newCity Hall was brought up and it was deci ded to select a committee of Councilmen whose duty it shall be to put the matter before the people and to inves tigate the question of issuing bonds to raise the necessary funds for tire erection of the new building It is useless to say that such a building is very badly needed Tine old hall long ago been condemned unsafe Every time the Council meets the members run a risk of being maimed or killed aiIImostbuilding in its dilapidated condition is an eyesore to ourtown Not only that but it is totally insufficient for the uses required of such a house Just last week was our Police Judge forced on account of lack of accommodation to move liii office to the Oldham build lug Some time ago the Council pur chased a most desirable piece of prop erty and with the necessary funds about 10000 a most desirable City Hall could be erected one that would be a pride and credit to any town This U an absolute necessity and should command the prompt action of our citizens The city finances are in good condition and the bond issue would put only a light burden on us Let us get to work at once and in as short time as possible erect our new City Hall which will furnish suitableconveniencer for all duties required of such a building B H Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf Perils of Land and Sea Captain WillnefTs Remarkable Escap Shows What to do in Time of Trouble For many years Captain Willneff says the Times of Gloucester Mass was one of the best known seamen of the Gloucester fleet The sea and its dangers had no terrors for him but the catarrhal troubles with which he suffered for fifteen years made him dread the nights at sea for he had to walk the cabin floor being unable to lie down and sleep on account 01 tIne constant catarrhal dropping differIget no lasting benefit He constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble became so unbearable and nauseating that he was ashamed to go out in company When despairing of ever getting relief his wife purchased a Hyomei outfit for him and trying it before going to bed he enjoyed the first whole nights sleep for ten years Captain Willneff says I have used less than two bottles of Hyomei and have been cured by the remedy My friends ask what is responsible for my im t provement and I tell them Hyomei J which has given me full and complete recoveryICaptain WillnefTs experience shows our readers what to do in time of ca tarrhal troubleuse Hyomei This remarkable treatment kills the germs of catarrh and makes lasting and perma in lIyIlyiflw F7I 71 71 71 ffi ffiffi171ffi71 m 7 3k l F 71 k I 71 k f 7F 0i r A I r JUStreceived some advance W Waspring styles in p r Ladies J and Mens i + + I Fine Shoes jalso a complete line of Rubber iBoots and Shoes Dont loose i sight four famous 3 proof B7Ft1OndARNOTI F THE ONE PRICE HOUSE 71 iEIW E ca I I iiIC IX 7E 7Im I7I iI 7n rl i a TIIII1 f 4 z There is nothing like Good FLOURt Eyery housewife every cook knows that r Goodeakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY m 7IFm7Iffi 71Autumn stocks res pie n d en t throughout the store and buying en thusiasm much in evidence Silk dresc 71goods and fabrics in varieties ample enough to satisfy the moot fastidiona ffiOur dffTerent sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired ItforBupremncy in these lines is splen didly maintained this season Assort i ments are creator fabrics richpr stvles more faocinatlnjr than ever 1ft ns ffiSUlgtst to prospective buyers that they Blocks as soon as possible The visit will give them knowledge IFoffashions beRt and of the vastness of ffii the selections here made for choosing I ffi White and Gibson 7l 7I7F7I ffi f 7 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ctcoxroriTBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the- people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed LOWELL J W HUNTI jm vienl afrumrvr o THE PEOPLE Know Good Coal and they have h cn quick to appreciate the sup eriority of that sold by the Beattyvllle Coal Co thats the reason we are walking right away with a big share of the seasons orders Then we do S business in a businesslike way give you what you order and deliver it PROMPTLY Were the uptodate coal people Give us a try Beattyville Coal Co S D R Freeman Mgr Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave 0 J Diamonds c Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of every description rTheRe are some of the to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your patch or clod refuse to Rotate them to Lane he will liz them If your ring c needs leeettlnR take it to Lanes hell fix that too If yon want anything thai V can be found in a first clans Jewelry establishmont go to Lane He is well fixed c in these kind of articles L E Lane cc Jeweler and Optician IOLD IE WHISKY MADISON COUNTY COURT In re Murray Cos Assignee NOTICE ofNovemberreoortofdebtscostaudzaetireport Wll confirmed on the 6th Ja of Decem bet 19M distribution was made In accordanctherewith with the exception of about 681 onIhelice move the County Court to discharge him fromatstand for hearing at the Febrnaiy term1905 of said court J B OREENLEAF Udedt Assignee of Murray Co ORDINANCE Section 1 It shall be unlawful for any one to sell fresh meats of any kind in the limits of the City of Richmund Kv without first procuring the license to do and the amount of said license hall bo twnnty five 2500 dollars per year and anyone obtaining said license hall have the right to peddle fresh meat in said city Section 2 This ordinance shall not prohibit tim sale of poultry or name of any kind in the limits of said city nor sellingfrcliAny one violating this ordinance hall be fined the snm of 1el1IOoo dollars for each offense and the fines Wfsessed In such esses shall be col lected as in other cases for the viola lion of any ordinance of the city JfayoripelMt IN ORDERc to get the great prize will give you prices on the t FENCE tor Sixty Days aa follows Fin nor fonce leven wires h f v Ktay luoptop No 7 wire at 40 cents per rod Five toot fence 12 wires heavy tny at W cants per rod These prices have never been made iuthis county before JT COYK- IBK8VILLE KY For Sale Number one good organ good M new Cost fll0 Will sell cheap for cashCa1l at this ffice9aovtf Stnyti A black Bteer wst about 660 Ibe ilbcwil reward fer jeijtrael sawe to EDeathw ffeKielMM i Ky 0 ET 1L i EFIESTHEOODOESS rr- Th Efforts former MawsUu Queen to Iut ewB 1speti tionAmosigIfeeeQ- ueen Kaptolaal a noWelookln chleftalnecs of the Island of Hawaii was one of the first converts to Chris tianity She was over six feet tall a j magnificent specimen of Hawaiian Womanhood with the haughty sir of the aacl Et nobility She had Immense power over her fel low countrymen and reeolyed on becom lag a Chrlstlu K jiowiblo to break the hold of grinding and degrading super stitions which had Jong enslaved them She knew that in Wother way could she do this so well as by defying Pele the goddess of the awful volcano of Kilauea who had her abode in the Very crater it selfHer approach and her defiance were most dramatic lor she wished to Impress her awestricken subjects withthe omnlPoltenceway up mann tainside while tho people trembling and frightened by her audacity followed peleIdaunted On the edge of the crater ai shelter had been built where she passed the nfght within sight and smell of the seethingboilinghefloffireIn descended into tho crater as far as It was possible to go and standing upon the black edge in full view of the amazed spectators who expected every minute to see her scorched and withered by the angry goddess she deliberately ate a bunch of ohelo berries which as sacred to the goddess no one had hitherto dared to touch and flung the atones Into the awful fiery lake as she cried out Thus do I defy thee 0 Pele Jehovah Is my God He kindles these fires and He pre serves me in breaking your tabusIThen by herself and a followers a hymn of praise was stlanI a prayer offered to the true God dread power of the Goddess Pele and with her that of many lesser heathen divinities was shattered forever Gun Within Gun The cost of firing a great gun is a serI- ous one amounting sometimes to a couple of hundred pounds or more To save this prodigious expense an Inter esting method is used In the United States navy In the case of a large gun an ordinary Remington rifle is secured In the breech of the gun and directly In the center of the bore so that when it is fired its bullet takes the same direction as that of the regular projectile The large gun is sighted In the usual man neroOn account of the lesser velocity of the small bullet the target cone spondlngly small is placed close to the shipIIt was in a Maine Sunday school thatI n aaluir rfipfmtlv asked a Chinese Sudden Death of William Gllmore WmGilmoreIn the drug business In the United Dayton HohadBankrupt KentuckiansIOwensboro GJames Charles Lilly of Henderson county a bankruptcyInare 1089732 and his assets 7498 Walter Oneal of Christian county also asked to be adjudged a bankrupt Killed By An Electric Shock Paris Ky Jan 6 Harrison Tur ner a porter was instantly killed by IrsElizagnschandelierace how the electricity felt Must Pay the Fair Debt Frankfort Ky Jan GThe court of appeals decided that tho citizens of 12000foryear must pay the money as the ex exceededthePeacemaker Killed Owlngsville Ky Jan 6On Hart creek In Leslie county Charles Bin saidtotrying to act as a peacemaker between JamesMuncIrSwitchman Killed By a Train Newport Ky Jan 6 Griffith Armstrong aged 21 a switchman living at wastr8cltevening by a passenger train In the Louisville ft Nashvlllo railroad yards Supposed Thieves Nabbed Fadacak XrJan 6The polled Negroesth6ughtoperating here for many months The prisoners are Nib Banks John Benton Mary Moody and three other women Bnt la amo1raoflllIyee easts A month JfBlack boar beg weight vatioiit 185 phil came to my p1eelee 3jD ri o rho wBec esag4t wine byipaylBK s charges Tnnik Pitbe iS eeedJStreet JMefeawed Ky f L i ifiIIff uu lI rrr t IIII- Ct aIj 11 Beea eow a lone Uin tbe proapt aaswer Llpjteoottri SCHOOL CUSTOMS IN JAPAN ne 3to a Great Deal of ormaiityt and Couxteey la the ofXxeroIie Wheo the little 3apasassew thoy sit j oa the floor making their klmonoaand otherjlctareeaue garments with ajjmper thimble a lone needle upon which the cloth is run and an endless thread This is cut off from the large reel when the seams are finished the knot being made Lt tho end of the procese Instead of at the beginning as with us II When the school children are called to lessons as the bell lz rung tho class awaits the arrival of the teacher out side the door ranged In line The teacher bows as low as possible the pupils bow still lower then enter the room tak lag their places quietly and standing stilL The teacher then bows from her place at her desk the girls bow again tad take their seats At the end of 50 minutes a man walks through the cor ridors clapping a pair of wooden clap verso The teacher arises bows to the scholars who bow again rise and march out of the door range themselves in or der and wait for their teacher She walks out bows again while they make their farewell obeisance and quietly dis perse for the ten minute recess that fol lows each 50 minute recitation The whole thing Is very pretty and a teacher writing from Japan says I am charmed with this manner of gclasses1Ittroduced into American schools The babies of Japan though not dressed as ours here In America are much more comfortable The dressing consists of a loose cotton undergarment with no buttons or pins and a flannel overgarment made like a grownup kimono tied about the waist with a flannel belt This Is long enough to cover the babys feet and the hands as well thus serving a double purposeto keep them from scratching the face ahd out of the mouth The Japanese infant escapes the complicated process of dressing which causes our babies to shriek every day Its whole costumeIs put on In one minute no buttons sleeves pins or strings being required Not only Is the Japanese dress an im provement but the whole manner of treatment Nobody makes a noise at the baby giggles or shakes it to stop its crying If it feels like crying no one trots or yells at it but It Is allowed to go on crying until it stops of its own sweet will This Is one reason the Jap temperedTheyawake as our children and the quiet that surrounds their babyhood makes them less nervous and Irritable than American babies Ihedfcrds BlackDraught comes nearer rc system and keeping the body in than isalwaystreat ailments that aro frequent in indigestionbiliousness stomach aches- ThedforcTs BlackDraught is the standard n for kidneytroublcstic ills which so frequently summon the doctor It is as good for children ofthiscure the most obstinate caso of dys Smor constipation and when taken as directed brings quick relief DAKTTTTr ILL Dee 231802 ourSLEiilT110 other When any of u feel badly we twclvobourn wellwUhufThcdforddoes not keep it send 23c to Tho Cbata nooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn and a package wilt bo mailed to you a tot Sale A number of mammoth Bronze Tur keys as breeders Very large bone anil fine markings yourr Toms wejghingr Nov 1520 to 25 pounds young hens 15 to 18 pounds Hold singly in pairs one1orplicationB- KVKHLY BKOADDU- Snov233mo Valley View Ky d T1oMBPirrieh School o4 Phei- gral BobttOsilding I4 8ttin traction IqsWCDs seeuredtc pupils tf PMltke4III tJ r i it 7 AN4iasi ON- BckhaM tIsus a Proctaset Convening the General As wnWy Frankfort Ky TaR 5GoT Beck ham Wednesday Issued a proclamation ooaveaing the general assembly In ex traordlHary session on Thursday January 12th next for the purpose of authorizing and providing another sUe In the city of Frankfort or contlngu OHS thereto for the proposed million dollar capitol building Under the proclamation no other matters can be considered at the extra session GOT Beckham thinks the present location la Inadequate for the new structure J W Sass Will Be HangedJanuary 13 Lexington Ky Jan 3The county Judge Monday placed the death watch over J W Bess murderer of Mrs Martha Martin who will be hanged Friday January 13 On a buggy ride Bess choked the woman to death prl lium bly for about a hundred dollars she carried and threw her body In a pond The scaffold on which he will be hanged was used for the execution of Clarence Hathaway the Jockey who murdered his mistress in Winchester Tuesday morning Jury Failed to Agree Lexington Ky Jan 5The Jury In the case of Lewis Mitchell the Negro who it Is charged attempted to poi son the family of Judge James Mulli san failed to agree and was Wednesday morning discharged and a new jury will be impaneled The Jury stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal Will Employ Many Men Berboursville Ky Jan aTheCumberland Railroad Co composed of Pennsylvania capitalists have rom menced work on an eightmile rail road extension into toe Brush Creek coal fields which when fully devel oped will give employment to several thousand men Killed While Swapping Paducah Ky Jan 5Whlle exam- Ining a pistol with the Intention of swapping it Willis Roberts 13 shot and fatally wounded Walter Dunn 18 in Frank Lawrences secondhand store Roberts was arrested but aft er an investigation was released The Company Changed Hands Lexington Ky Jan 5The Waco Mining and Manufacturing Co con trolled heretofore by local capital changed hands and passed Into the ownership of a Pennsylvania syndi cate of which G W Lenkerd of Rey noldsville Pa is president Improvement For Olympian Springs Owlngsville Ky Jan 5If reports are true historic Olympian Springs ten miles from here will be In a meas ure restored to its former glory by the Lexington syndicate of capitalists who recently purchased It here at com minaiuutfs sale for 16000 T NEW FEMININE FINERY Choice Bits of Ornamental Finishing for the UptoDate Costume IA now waist recently brought out In is termed a blousebolero reports the Brooklyn Eagle Corduroy walking suits are now made with plaited skirts Tan and Oxford are the preferred col ors for rain coats and In the plain taU ored styles Amethysts are In favor again and In pendant form are attached to chains o platinum Round brooches are a whim of the is one of the stones in evi dence In new jewelry and It b usually encircled by tiny diamonds For lingerie waists the leg o mutton sleeve Is predicted as a leader for next seasonA de chine is now to be bad In changeable effects The maruise hat is retaining Its vogue of the early season Wrist bags with leather covered frames are more In demand than the metal mounts this season Plaid ribbon in all widths is exten sively used for trimming It Is used plain and fringed Boiled Ram Pried Mince fine two ounces each of cold boiled tongue and fowl Season to taste with salt pepper a little grated nutmeg t and lemon peel add two hardboiled eggs cut into dice with enough tomato sauce to make a thick mass Spread large slices of cold boiled ham with the mixture fold over carefully dip In egg batter and fry In boiling fat Serve at once Chicago Post CookingTo jv pintof boiling water into a basin and add a few drops of lavendar Open the win down of the room and carry the basin round several times when It is said that the odor of the cooked food will have dis appeared Household Cranberry Marmalade Take One and onehalf pints cran berrles i ehalf pound English Vabiits tlllvel7UdckMlVeFeopleHOiI1eJouiBal NtwTitad iaLA CoHjHHincinpr Jtontlay Beci 18fc twin for Irvine and afiwncxHi- jtrjiiH Jrowi Irvine will be dIscotitiHUa rHt I He r u g e tti lIt HERES A BABY Its MotHer is Well The baby is healthy because during tire period of gestation its mother used the popular and purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening relaxing liniment a muscle maker invig poweJintoIt is applied externally only there ii no dosing isnd swallowing of naSty drugs no inward treatment at aU The state of the mother during gestation may influence the disposition and future of the child that one reason why moth ers should watch their conition and avoid pain Her health that of the child and their lives depend on keeping free from pain worry melancholy Beol good cheer strong of heart and peaceful Mothers Friend can will make you so Bearing down morn sickness sore breast and insomnia art alf relieved this wonderful remedy Of druggistint Jroo per bottle Send for our book flotherhood free tHE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO ATLANTA tDRr LANUMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Jan 11 1905 For Sale NmhinpdJlore151hand etc call on G J White Son 5oct tf Roger Williams Oijrars Frasa Tiros For Rubber Stamps call at this officePttttU1 AND CURE 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Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all Firstclass TicLs 3 Elegant Vestibuled Trains and all of them daily1 Coaches with high backseats Pullman drawing room ajeepers Observation sleeping cars Companys 1l dining car service Meals served a la carte SeeThe lieautlf ul Historic Har Ferry the Potomaa sad tkjj Natleaei Cpttol For rats time of trains steejMg Ii jk0 roARTrGA CieiaatiO t n 0 1C it =DeBeilVKidriey Pills Free A fell eixei box ot DeBells Kidney Pills will be sent to auy fiuffererbn request They are the only positive care in the world for kidnev we want yonito try them Send tOt a box Toclayabaolutely free 0 W Beggs Sons Co3688 Union Park Place Chicago 111 1m grafting wax made now will save time of making it in a more hurrying season A Costly Mistake Blunders are some times very cxppn sire OcMniftnallr life Hpelf is the price of a mistake but youll never he wrong if von take Dr Kines New Life Pills for dyspepsia izzinPRR headache liver or bowel troubles They are eon tie vet thnroiieh 25c at R O Stock lons drug store 1m For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No NoS No E No No8 No NO 10 No 11 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 1- 9No2 No 25 No 2J No 2E No 2 7 Ne2 No 30 No 31 No32No No 34 nil neces- Price W No 35 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two baUsln Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 len than- orlg1Dalcost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from cpnrt house A more de Ir ble location fnr an Ideal home could not he found These residences will be sold at a bar gain JIM will buy a good town lot 40x200 feet A Rood town lot on good street 40x feet Price lO Good grazing and grain producing farm containing acres Grind residence barn and other outbuild tugs Price Oood farm containing ajxrat 130 acres bern and other im provementsIn fine locality PrIce I2SOO I Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvement Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 51600 Four cottages on nlcp street well Improved Price 1000 each flood cottaeein firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 300 Oood lot suitable for business house can be bought chenp A four room cottage and even acres of land five ares in grass and two in Kardrnlgood orchard Aud crape arbor nil necessary ont blinding This property Is situated Jn n thriving vlllnge where churches anti schools are convenient Price of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms clt7LotA two residence in good neighborhood lot 120x13 feet All necessary outbuilding Price nBOO A nice residence for any one desir Ingan Ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 t Two lotMMxIM feeMn good neigh J boyhood Price 700 conIporches situateS in best residence portion of city Stable coal hnnso and all other necessary ont bund anyonedesiring elgbtIall in grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There Is on this land a small residence and other necessary outbuildings Locality tout in county AnderaonIlag Is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the Utter three months of the RolleMII1holt acres with the mill Includ lug what is with the boost of 5 rooms All forSffiBO or 15500 for the mill and the acres One half cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also R SObarrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate In every particular and good dwelling with improvements sad M acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price POO- InIthrough place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges reache penra plums grapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with room tstory house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for 2900 or the 6 acres for 1800 or the 5 acres for twostory frame dwpl Imr containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbnildlnes Bps location In Richmond for boarding house 148 acres rercercnuntv farm In yards of pike 5 room 2story house t tenant honnta large barn abundant eater 7000 300 acres in Smiles of nrrOd hnrg on pike good land 10 room brick psidence excellent barnnetc Will TOW hemp etc K3 per aero countyfineeMdence excellent barnfine running water Prlc 85 an acre A s good as ny 100 land Nice twostory residence on one of ofRichmondsary outbuildings Great bargain One tract of mineral land in Lee county on the waters o5 Kentucky river 4 miles below Beattyville Saidtractor less Will sell out right lease- exchange for Improved farm land ltentwicyTile theBenttnlllelocation for cake ovns foundries etc Will sell at a bargain If die particulars viThe Lutes Yielding QeaUtyII As hardy as whest If sown early Not AttaclcedI with fly or nut Stand up well Afford the finest Fall Wlroei and Sprint pasiure and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per aero of the finest heaviest Eralned Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives Information about thobest seeds for Fall sowlnt ContAIns Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rare 1000 Headed Kile Al JaUa Crass Clover and Vegetable Seeds RibbonSeedsobtainable Write for tarte Tree Catalot No WOOD STUBBS H C0n SeedsHiea LOUISVILLE KY FM Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 fet For particulars call at this office octSGtf FntlkSak I will sell privately my farm 4J miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Farley place containint 245 acres with nice six room dwelling and three barnsgood fencing apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in M uiSOl county anil will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm has been Prce5Operacme21wpttf Biehuiond Ky TOOK OP ALL MEXICO 0t-o Towrof all Mexico ia Jannaty aad ampbBOiet Aseosistion Focst sleep IparijtuJMofitIDerTadd AAtDP A 4JWaI 841acaatguk u JiC ji r More Heat = Less Coal I works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases bass thro the flan instead of arising frotn it ani are consumed and transformd- into heat Not an iota of heat value is ost coal bills are reduced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness bf the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would likerio send you our free book about it or to Squeeze Out coalDonthot air that to go thro yo r house Gases are comYustibleif the proper means to insure bustionThe PeckWilliamson Undetfeed Furnace have you call at our store where these Furnaces are on ec bition jf fo C E1iiui Co j Sole Agents for ReekWilliamson Heating Ventilating Co 337 West 5thst Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky e Illinois Central Railroad Excursion Tickets nowsale at reduced rates tot t S t New Orleans La Havana Cuba Hot Springs Ark city of Mexico Californiaa- nd many other points witlj liberal stop overs andreturn limits Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers COuisville California New Mexico Arizona and Texas ought andsmoke com1C Special Low Roundtrip Rates in eflvet on first and third Tuenlay in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Kv Stoves Stoves I Heat your House wit- hj1oores a Healer tte tr hendrit rtrHPRti i tnvs V 11ft lor11 Air ri I- fwth only Double BeeIterrnade W are offering suchwtll kniwn stnvp r thE Poea Ht Rst i InnP Hnt Ias Rs4I Home lint Blast and rna Siovesofiry Idii a very low prIc4 fr th presnnt It will paynu to see our line before you buy a Stove We wi Ii to call your attention to our lino of Enamel Ware Wo h ve this Ware in sev eral colors but we es pecially want to call your attention to our line of 1m ported pWhiteSteel Whic we are during the Holidays Iselling at a Reduced Price DT11Sha 8lfordCt III01a Q J l J 1J ii J