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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 22, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 ric1905022201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 22, 1905. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Lii CASH PRICE makes goods SELL THE easiest R AND when 4 qPoisoiis in Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate IB your food but some day aaay feel a twiujje of dye- IIpepalathat will convince you Dr Life Pilk are guaraateed tocaro If ckMa de to peons of 1umilEeeted feedr r M 0flefMCk 25c t 111 ic R Sheriffs aIeha LnoirLow 1904UC OFPigLand and Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison Connty wilL offer atScoPublic Sale in front of rhaCourtCurmondMonday March 6 05Am It Andbetweenand 6 p m the following Ba property to pay the taxes Bea assessed against the same for Ben BlazteWHITE LIST BuRichmondBaxter Wilkes PIlot S 475 Barlow Blanche 1 lot 7 85 Bolton Mrs Mary 1 lot 6 65 Cor Bush Joe 5 lots 1785 Bush White 1 lOt10 15 Channy Geo W 1 lot 5 90 Da Farley Wm L lire 1 lot 420 Faulkner Mrs Nannie n r 1 lot 11 SO En Frost JobnW I lot 5 90 Fit Gorrnerley Wm C 133 acres 32 65 Fish Harrison 0 H nr 8 lots 11 30 Harris Mrs Alcy lot 5 60 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots 11 30 Ha- Jarnian Mrs Rosa 1 lot 31 15 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 80 Icenna Mrs John Hot 11 30 Million Mrs Mary 2 lots 37 Pence JBnr 4 lots 1130 Piggrs Labellnrl lot 11 30 Towell Wm G 125 acresS lots 27 40 Robinson Thos 1 lot i 13 20 Iodl Henry I 1 lot r9 50 LaeVallaceLnWigginsWitt Mrs Maltie J 1 lot 12 50 MaYoungFjXTOWJf No2 Alcorn Curtis 78 acres 9 20 Barnes Mis Annie 74 acres 9 00 M- eBleiens Mrs Parah 3 acres 240 Pit Bnlin JasfTr4 acres j 475 Bolin Nod 4 acres 680 Briiik Mrs Wm S 7 acres 4 So Denny Joseph 4 acres 41C ieal r Lucinda 76 acrest 6 65 SIagt Mary A Mil Jon 30 acres 6 G5 Dozier J5ort 2 acres J465Dozjer Robt 10 acres 950 Forces Henry D 72 acres 1755 Sli- Forbes Cash M 10 acres 950 Sh- Gueg Jno S 37 acres 5 70 Warijz WmC 27 acres ll 00 Roberts Nancy brs aero 230 Robtirtslatsey hrs 1 acre 3 20 W RoHnson Mrs Spicy 50 acres 9 o Reeves John H nr 60 acres 20 Co Mrs Harriett nr 37 acres 6 10 yaleuChas 1 lot 8 20 W WiddJe Silas 1 acre 3 95 WoouB181tlrs Minerva 1 acre 2 60 AdYouJcUNIOSW 3 Bent stt Mrs 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acres 8 20 YATES NO 5 Asbill John A 2 aires T 676 Rates James 42 acres I 6 30 Barrett Barbery 15 acres 3 40 Hense Warren 7 acres 3 95 Hence Pitman 122 acres 15 50 Brewer John 2acres 3 95 Burnell Lyman 10 acres t 5 30 Carter Georco nr 11 acres 320 Cornelison Robt C 7 acres 4 75 Coyle Thos J 58 acres I 7 05 Cooper Tiptoa 37 acres V 06 Gay Jas 69 acres 7 30 Gibson Wm 1 acre 4 55 Gibson Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 3 20 Gilmore Jane SO acres 2 lots 18 30 den Mrs Polly 75 acres 7 80 rris Thomas 1 acre 3 75 JJohnsonnson Schvler 16 acres 5 90 John acres 7 90 gsdou Dolphus nr 3 acres 2 50 rnan Nancy 25 acres 3 20 upin Mrs Anne T 7 acres 3 65 upin Buster 4 acref 4 15 ody John 2 acres 3 90 rre1l Wm 10 ncres 4 10 g Brack 53 acres 5 00 PiRff Wm II 20 acres 5 35 Ponder John 7 acres j 790 Powell Wm 112 acres 12 90 Powell Wm M 50 acres 4 75 Roberts Y T 40 acres 8 85 ker Wm M 43 acres 10 75 tt Max 29 acres 4 75 cker Geo 2 acres 520 pin Robt4fracres 4 75 GLADE NO 6 llen Mrs Hannah 1 lot 4 35 es Geo nr 1 lot 19 50 Andersen Chas I acre 5 90B rsun Edward lot 5 er John 50 acres 4 65 lard Mrs Nannie ofi acre i 5 75 8ley Sallie 1 acre 2 e Dave 1 lot 5 35 er Ann M 1 lot 540 pBurtonBurton Jack nr 3 acres 6 Co nes Mrs Sallie 1 lot 5 50 mbs Martha 1 lot 3 45 Collins N B 26 acres 4 75 Croucher Jno W 3 acres 3 85 nelius Peter Johnson 1 lot 6 00 Cornelns ft Mason lot 11 80 Davis Joe nr 28 acres 4 l0 niels Thos 68 acres 7 65 Damrell Joe 15 acres 4 45 gleman C nr 1 lot 2 75 nery WmJlot 785 E T agt Peter Roferd lira 17 cres 4 00 Harlow Wm 1 acre i 4 15 in LS nr 1 lotf 3 20 Harrison TJ 25 acres 5 90 lays E F 1 lot 7 05 Henry J Rill 83 acres 7 50 Holtsclaw Daniel nr lot j 6 65 Hawkins John A 4 acres 6 50 Jones Nancy L E35 acres 2 75 Kindred Harvey nr 2 acres 1I 50 Kindred Reubin 1 acre 9 05 Kindred Mrs Rilda 1 acre 2 1- 5wisPBI lot 8 20 ucus Sam 1 lot 2 nsfordJagV1acre 090 uskDrJnoLlIot 950 Maupln Frank 1 lot iC50 iden Mary 13 acres 2 40 baQey Mrs Ellen 1 lot ill SO Mitchell John H itr 10 acres M 35 Moore Lie Mary 52 acres 780 nsey 11 1 lot JO 60 ts Bynum 9 acres 2 75 Preston BAllot V 9 SC Preston Chae 2 loIs t0 60 Ramsey A P 1 lot 45 RauiBfty Robt G lot 705 Reynolds A B 1 lot 47 Richardson John hrs 1 lot 14 90 Richardson M E SoirL lotl tr St Sexton D Morris 4 acres Ii 60 Jmith Mrs C B 1 acre 2 9- 5arpJ C 1 lot i 00- ockley Mrs lhpsIJoto 75 Todd John Vf 13 acres 580 Taturo Mrs Mattie 20 acres il 20 Watkins Thos H 1 iol 14 1- 5atkiosL Al lot v 415 Weaver Salum 28 acres 1t5Weaver Abe10 acres 1J 10 Weaver Algin 22 acres j 75- inkler Shelbm 1 acre r 1 90 JohniJlOOacres i ji3 XIRKYILuO 1 ams Otis 1 lol IO5- atcherJ W 1 acre EHJ B Uacrea 0 Elizabeth 78 IICejO V Uco IorfoBNnBCjr4inL27 acres i 50 I Kindred Fav 1 Mwt V Y 29 i4erg JnoKnr 40 MMB 8- 5v807wAkt9ftreIttMarth I Aj c h 61iAl tl 4J r 0 jj0 Rhodus John 1 acre 4 35 Ross Alex48 acres 19 15 SehastianHiram33 acres 520 Smith Milton n r 7 acres 3 20 owersCaIJ44 acres 18 05 erry Sirs J S 45 acres 18 3- 0TevisBFllot 1335- Tevis Walker 2 lotW 19 DC 35Iearen 14 acres 9 50 Mrs Greenl acre 4 10 hitaker Robt A 5 acres llorre 2 acres 13 70 lllLLON KO 8 Aldrage Jas 12 acres 4 75 1 alzkerBoleer Jacob n r 1 lot 3 20 Brooksiee Everet 1 lot 4 75 Brock Mrs afary 1 loSt 4 85- Brvson AFn rllot COO Burgees W LSrl21 acres 31 Burton Eizabeth 5 acres 3 20 Burton Wiley B F 15 acres 5 35 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 4 35 Clark Felix 2aeres 4 75 Cotton Eliza 49 acres 780 Collins Jno A 10 acres 4 75 Colston Rachel 2acre 2 G Fain Brack 20 F fitchFoster Joe P n r acre 2 5fl Foster Robt 1 acre 3 85 O eofortbHarvey teTiSTracrlsSitfi 7 HadenJDrtotol L 315 iHRden EjLstrastee1 mdm i JlOfHill Jas M 27 ncres 12 00 Howard Win 20 acres 690 How Walter 30 acres 7 f5 Laws Howard acre 4 2o Sand Sallie 45 acres G 65 owry Mrs Thu reel 1 Ipt 14 oo wry Lissie 16 acres 4 O- ofxwry Nathan lo acres 475 Lowry Reuben 12 acres 26 9o- fxwry Win Jr 1 acre 4 2o Lowrv Win Sr 1 acre 3 Lowry James lo acres 4 75 Locker Wm 1 acre 4 2o ron John loo acres 14 oo Martin Sam I lt 445 Miler Jessie 11 acres 4 75 Motley Jno S 6 acres 4 35 Noel R A n r05 acres 12 5o Northcutt Elmer 3 acres 1 lot 23 80 Perkins T M 88 acres 11 80 Prewltt Jno II lo acres 5 D- ouantWFnr3lotsQ 4 35- Qllsenberry John n r 125 acres 3 Co Reynolds Mrs Minnie 46 acres 7 40 Reynolds Allen lo acres 7 05 Renfroe Robt 15 rcres 4 75 Rehfroe Wm Jr 7 acres 4 15 RhodiiE Jas 7 acres 5 9o nders Morris 2o acres 5 9o Sebastian Rufus 5 acres 4 75 Sowers Jas L 1 acre 4 35 Stennett Linsey 25 acres 7 oo Taylor Wm 1 let 7 o5 Taylor Lyman 1 lot 4 15 Tndor Potsey A n rllot 3 oo VanclNpoolJaLObllot 415 Voncent Wm 21 lo Ward Calvin 17 acres 765 White Chas W 32 acres 8 10 W oods John 1 acre 1 1- 5adoDSnrllotW 2 Co Young John R 5 acres 6 5o Young John A 15 acres lo 25 COLORED LIST RICHMOND XO 1tAl ford Eliza Hot 7 05 Anderson Ed 1 lot 6 85 Barnes Henry II0th 4 75 arnes Rebecca i lot C5 arnes Henry and Rebecca I lot 4 2o Bates Bnford 1 lot 4 75 Ballard Wince 1 lot 6 5o Continued on Fourth Page Consumption q There is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing food and Scotts Emulsion will comelpretty near curing it if 1ere is anything to build on Mil lions of people throughout the goodhealth fj From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient couldnot take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigest system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous Q We will send you a sample free fj Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of troy bottle of Emulsion you Buy Scott Bovne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York Socud ft alIitllccliu Ky CLas all iisMess WfegeK- OBTJt MlilDEpTOWJi KV t Resumes work 3an wary 3111 closes Way 311105 Experjenced faculty landacm location lt8 nt surroand BJB tharoo h wok roogonabte rates- No MloOM or tMrjM e of vice The dfest plK wwBkJ feoys For partkttlM5 Vwiiiurr rr 0 rC 1 ELLI JFOR ALLEGED SLANDER 6 WealthyICynthlana y1tJb 7Iiss Des lie Whitaker schoolteacher of thU county has commenced a 25000 dam age suit fciioch K Renaker Irepresentative In the Kentucky legislature rromthls count It Is charged that In December last Renaker Iw Vhjtakerhich rt9Ipro young men at his house Miss Whit ker Is an orphan 10 years old Ren aker is 45 y ars of age and wealthy He was recently dominated by the democrats for the Hate senate from this district EMPLOYEIShot and Wounded President Stewart of the Stewart Iron Works Covinglon 1Yr Feb 17 R C Stewart Jr president and treasurer of the Stewart iron works was shot over the heart by George J Woelfel 50 of 1044 Tlnsscll litreet Covington one of hi highestsalaried employes The shooting took place in the office of the company Seventeenth and Madison avenue and the wound d man was aided to his home 1531 jsonavcnueV4kI condition YlS yjnnced tVPIleal 4yocIfe- tiargeof1atiI wisrarr Sleir iJ n en h s Vis t kill r iI1 i II W E BRADLEY The WellKnown Distiller Succumbed To Heart Disease Frankfort Ky Fob 17W EI Bradley C3 assistant treasurer and general manager of the Kentucky Dls tilleries and Warehouse Co and brother of Edson Bradley president of the company of New York and one of the promoters ot the company died of heart disease after returning from the theater He was born In New York and is one of the bestknown distillers in America lie leaves an estate of over half a million and is survived by a wife and two children ICE GORGES MOVING Lumbermen Take Extraordinary Pre cautions Against Large Losses ML Sterling Ky Feb nThe Mrs ice gorges in the Kentucky river near Irvine College Hill and Ford began to break and the ice has been slowly moving The river is receding and logs are running All the booms have been heavily cabled and are now In condition to check a huge rush of tim ber River men fear a rain as the weather is cloudy and have placed guards along the banks to give the alarm in case it should fall Continued Until March Term Lexington Ky Feb 17The case of Lewis Mitchell the negro servant charged with an attempt to poison the family of Judge James H Mulligan and which created such a sensation at the time was called In the circuit court and continued until the March term Young Man Shot By a Physician Smlthland Ky Feb 17JIlIut Hodge a young man of Smlthlaml was shot and dangerously wounded Dr Fred G LaRue who claimed Hodge had broken up his home The physician fired four times at Hodge three bullets taking effect After the Postmastership Manchester Ky Feb 17There are four applicants forthe Manchester post office They are Judge James Kversole prescnt incumbent Squire S G Reid deputy circuit clerk Jas T Morgan and Mrs Mary Howard wife of James B Howard Had To Be Killed Lexington Ky Feb 17Cot Mil Young lad the misfortune to lose valuable and promising colt through n accident at the association track The youngster was being led over the ground when ho slipped on tho ico and fell breaking a leg Charged With Murder Leitchfleld Ky Feb 17 Graysoa Layman and Sam Miller neighbors living near Millwood had an alterca tion in which Miller was stabbed to death Layman came to this city and surrendered He was locked in jail charged with murder Both Go To the Pen Grayson Ky Feb 17John and Mickie Parker convicted of killing Garfield Gibson In Carter City at a soldiers reunion in October last wore sentenced John to servo 11 and Mickie to serve 21 years in the pent tontiary He Showed Great NerveV Olive Hill Ky Feb 17B F Trues dale a prominent sawmill man of this county lost all tho fingers off of ono hand by hItting the saw He display ed remarkable nerve by cutting off with a knife tho hanging lingers Dead at the Age of 85 Milton Ky Feb 17John Chandler aged 85 years died at his home In the Carmel neighborhood Death was due to the Infirmities of old age and the grip Hands Burned Off Owensboro Ky Feb 17 Tucker Claytons twoyear old boy fell In the fire and was burned to death at Pet tit The childs handii were burned off A Japanese officer I4eur I Tutom has been received into the Jewish con gregation at Shanghai Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making purchase We are tolling vehicles at the lowest poseiblepriceiJ Rich niosd Carriage Works S JjMIdkiffProp Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to tell that when jour stomach and liver are badly aeted crave tr6aW k ahead 1 unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Hr Jphn A Young of Cky N Y dd She says I had mttralgta the liver and stomach y keart was weakened awl IcouW net eat ivww fora IOMJJ tini4tbutlI1 TBlecjric IJitters I fousd JMt irlmtrl se pfor the- yiicklylve4aaoatdq Zn Beet MidieJlI eaAroIV der rtIoR tetttfejf let J81t1l i Jfc iiV rvo a t iIVVVV sCoSsBiIs CO fine Clothe MKerBALTIMORE NEWYORK Now is to time to buy your Ii have put very low prices all the new the are our new We purchased oar to sell und it yon will oYy call aJ I Rjt price we will prove this aul make of you an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Mirikiff Prop o 10Th WEAK HEX CURED JKI fOAt ItEJIEDV CO 1- 1e el Cheapest One fireor valuables worthanywhere between 10 and 10000 One years rent of a Safe De posit Box costs you 5- Which Is the Bank Co Ky New Time lard Commencinfr Monday Dee 19thj noon train for Irvino and train from Irvine will be discontinued until further notice in ar lUMBER 40 0 j IIN Fencing RICIt SBrewer Bee Cash Store i li Ji J UWorldThats the kind of clothing we sell Ifcla made byVBros Co 1 EV Correct Clothes Makers I r r It is correct in every style Every garment is shaped and so as to hold In linings collars buttonholes and all the details of each garment is fully up to the merchant tailor standard and a sight better than muchofthe fjtuff that as rtiYe o1 cel i What do you think of such as this in rica warm Cheviots and fashionable mixtures At so low a price gHH asJ2 L IIOUIS t u ffllon goods in order to sell them out Clean up before holidays NotionsCarpetsall stuff youhaventw D OLDIIANI and CO KENTUCKY j vehicles assertion IiIiJEEPOAL NoY LutIIyoaktbbodrIptaco OS Whichis burglarymaydeprive K cheapestState Trust 1 Richmond cnLA No change at1RIchmond Busy The kind that Schloss throughoutIt particul1rfmade shape finishing masqueraqes merchantV j- VJWOn5titUtes ageuuaideI moderttioiiV Holiday RICHMOND mJr4 3 Gas I1EATERS I 10 tY O 39Xt 1V1Witha j Gas Heater The room is heatd qnickly satisfactorily and cheaply Tb y cost little and being detachch Jable can be used in any roomVTelephone Orders Promptly Filled Cit v J IRichmond Companyc J I Rubber Stamps and Pads IHALCS Jio IIAlways restores color to gray hair all the dark rich color it 1 to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy dandruffdisappelrsV An elegant nressinlcuLL 5 usedI i ia FURNITURE i VVlntergls now approaching and It Is now timo for tail cleaning Everyhousewlfo wants something new to brighten up tile dTCaryVdaySVV that arci sodatto come A piece olnew Furniture a pretty Picture orVa nicoKujr Are handle all klndg ofhouse iarnjflhlag goods from the smallest piecanr to the massive Bed Room Suitca IfOnr lino of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy HarnjersVRugs a large line of odd Rccklag Chairs and everything that will makoa homecozy andcomfortablg Comeand inspect oar bigstock Special atteatioB Is called to our UadetaL1nk DepartmentI S WSlOL DRAM1 4 a u t VV sit j In order to reduce our stock we w Iuntil February V make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Dont fast to See- rou 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone lUxAftfcW Camaa VJDorVs IleHMOND KY rPeebles Sweet Hickory Coffee r fDt t Frasa Bros n SOLE AGENTS i MAINBTdEET PHONE 165 II 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1905 Smallpox lias made its appearance t in Versailles The mud for the past fun days has ben something fierce Some cne has predicted that forty irjre snows will fall before winter end C E Douglas Co have just ref ce veIl a car load of wagons Prices feblo 8tcli ap as anybodys i Tho ladles of the Pattie A Clay In fir nary are preparing to serve dinner on April Court nay General Low Wallace the author of Hen Hur died list week at his home in Orawfordsville Indiana James PiereaU colored has been convicted of rape in the Fayette Cir suit Court and sentenced to death When looking for a wagon dont fall to examine the great Birdsell as it is the best that many can buy Sold tiy D C Shackelford Co Sfetf The majestic Electric Olympic and Monitor Ranges are all the best r that money can buyRo buy them in car load lots slid can save you money if you are in need of a stove ant kind C E Douglas d Co f b5 St- Atanaere Juett S Baxter says that it is now definitely settled that The Irish Pawnbrokers will play this city one night in the near future There hay been considerable correspondence r airJing the matter hut it is now set tlfil so they feels that they ran look forward to a crowded Manse We have certainly had our share of bal shows this eeason bnt bad shows like the needy poor will always be wit i us For that reason Managers Juptt d Baxter mentions with confi dence tlif cominc of The Irish Pawn Wooers an attraction they are not afraid of The reports from along the line are extremely satisfactory as they are not only pleasing their audiences but the business done by the company in this state at least has been terrific In At the Old Crass Roads whch will presented here soon by Arthur C Alstons company ot players we are promised ono of the most idyllic dramas of the always picturesqe sunny south The charming atmosphero al lows of some pretty embellishments which the management has taken full advnntaeo of A brief line of the plot At the Ola Cross Uuade shows that i the play must be surprisingly interest tg and an intense storv ot tile One Perepaan octoroon upon the estate of Dayton Thornton Annabel Thorn ton the heiress to Magnolia Grove Dayton Thornton its master Tom Mal tin of Myrtle Fern Plantation Doc Keir a steamboat gambler on the Ole MUsteip the Count de Monay from everywhere Young Mississlp LZHS MOBBS in de bull rushes Ma ar Bradley Ferrar oue of the old t Line George Chllton the coroner Madge Thornton a daughter of Day tons by a former marriage and Ole Aunt Eliza ono of the Thorntons are the characters thnta to make up the mimic life of the romance The cas is an excellent one and contains I such wellknown people as William Bruuimell A J Edwards Philip Con ner Harry L Dunkicson James B Martin E F Cochran EJ liaise May Nannery Mrs Chas G Craig Mildred Hylana Avis Lobdell Alice Clifton and K othersAn A liaudsomn dining table and a neat cooking stove fur sale cheap also 12 of and blackberry r gallons preserves t jawC D Miller rMop VMh a Richmond Cod Write to John B Harris 405 G St N W Washington D Cand engage losing accommodations for the In auuuralion Comfortable beds and location oppositewarm rooms Central Person office Rates 2 per night Can accommodate party of from 8 to 12 For Constable Kr L M Scrivner announces in this Issne for reelection to the office of Constable Mr Scrivner has most ably filled this important position for some time plat and his record in such n ca parity speaks loudly in his praise He asks the support of bis friends in bis candidacy and promises to be true to his duty in the future as he has in the past Bit fJm at Winchester Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win chester burned last Tuesday entailing a lops of 50000 This institution was built about fourteen years ago and wee the property of the Methodist church Boulh It Is a distinct loss to the church to Winchester and tp Clark county Again on Wednesday the Scpbeo rWOiams Spoke Factory near the L burned together with a larjp amount of material piled on the r nntiMn c h t r C 3 C ggins lro M N Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction otrrMSudaVs sda nETTnNimcThursdays and Saturdays 1 Goods Called for and Delivered FreeofChargeYour Work Solicited Z T RICE Agent Office =Rico Arnolds Shoe Store CoPphonei We can sell you a range for what anyone else will ask you for n common cast Lox stove C E Douglas s Co teblc St Waaled Two or three young ladies to assist us in getting out our book history ot Rich mond and Madison county Light easy work good salary Apply at this slice MuCrearys New Bill Sen McCreary Las introdnced a bill authorizing the Court of Claims to pass a decision on the claim of Madison county against the United States for internal revenue taxes which were wrongfully paid by this county on dividends in the L d N railway sjiares This bill is for the relief of this county and removes the bar of the statute of limitation For Police Judge In the proper place will be found the announcement ot Judge Henry C Rice who is a candidate for reelection to the office of Judge of the Police court His past record in this capacity speaks for itself and at all times has he obeyed conscience in the discharge of his du ties He is one of our best known citi zens and a democrat of tho staunchest type He solicits the support of his friends and if elected will continue to discharge the duties of the office with the same fldelitv Farm Boy en and iellers I can save you money spent in look ing for farms or other property if you let me know what you want and loca tion preferred 1 have property to sell in many parts of Kentucky and in other states My list furnished on application shows vou that and in it you will find- a umber of bargains If you wish to sell yonr property I can find a buyer for it No cost to list no commission to pay till I sell Write me and mention CLI MAX W T EWIXG Rear ESTATE AGENCY Harrodsburg Ky Gold Discovered In reference to the finding of gold in Rockcastle county the Lexington Her orld says Bold has been discovered in the quartz in Big Hill Rockcastle county Kentucky L M Denton of Pennsylvania now at Wildle Ky Hume Bros of Richmond Ky and C C Williams of Mt Vernon Ky t have an interest in 2000 acres oi the land on mar Hill surrounding the strike and are preparing to mine the orp Specimens of the quartz have been sent to the Kentucky Experimental Station in this city and an assay of it has been made The result of the assay showed the ore contained RoldiKey Oil Field The Appalachian 011 and Gas Co In drilling their second well for Gas on Whiteoak strncKoil last Saturday at 1 depth of about 2100 feet The lease has one well completed on it in which a strong pressure ot gets was struck but no oiland the company was havin the second well put down with no thought of finding anything but gas The jinpunt of oil found in the new wel has not yet been made known by rep resentatives of the company but it is evident that the new find is pleasing to them Estill County Herald The Irish Pawnbrokers Joe W Spears commedians presenting that ever popular success jThe Irish Pawnbrokers Is booked for the Grand Opera House Friday February 24 This is its fourth snccesslul sea son and a brand Dew fourth edition of the big fun maker is promised in which a consistent story is told abounding in many amusing complication and mirth provoking situations This new edition Is the work of that popular young farce writer Mr Selden whoso successes hays been many Iu PAn1brokers lleadedb1tllit favorably known as the farce comedy Star triumvirate They are ably Resist ed by snob clever artists as Cat vet and Pollard the Columbian Comedy ro a quartette of sweet singers folio Clyde lamer SlcCpmiaha Winifred Stewart Clara Kherwood Marie Hoar Ida Carney OhM H Drill Walter Kelly Chas Wittrock Frank J Ahearn and a beauty chorea b 6 i i= 1f3 t 71f r a j ur t i y i i f rr 1 1 rL o w ij i 1rii j j 1 r sT Nows your chance for Shirt Bargains WeVe just finished stock taking and find the shirt stocki fjust twice as large as it shouldbe and in order to cut it down quickly weve made these unusual reductions 1 price It l 1 for 79 c 70cts u andYstiff bosoms not a shirt reserved f aI Io are t famous Lion and Monarch brands all bright Lean it goods i the very latest patterns and styles Be quick Cc Jist pick = 79 cts L = o t 1 for 65 Same brands and quality as the 79c lot but some are slight h IY rumpled in handllnfy ana others are lots in which nly a R few shirts are left t nothing less than regular dollar quality but a 1oat the extremely low price of 65centsffJIl k r rJ J b t v u vD V Two tire AUimj Test Wednesday morning about ten oclock the fire department was caller to Moberley avenue where one of Governor Browns cottages wasdiscov ered to bo on fire This house was oc cupiedby Mr Virgil ttaughman and family and all efforts to save either house or furniture wcro futile Mr Banghman his the sympathy of all in lossAgain on Thursday morning Jake Bronstons house in the Di11in ham addition burned with all its contents Berea Collect Case The Jury in the Berea College case returned a verdict of guilty and a line off1000 lIon John G Carlisle and Mr Mallon of Cincinnati were hero yesterday getting records in tho case in order to take an appeal A motion was made to arrest the judgment but this motion was overruled The Connty Fair We understand from authentic source that there is a move on foot to form a stock company to give a County Fair iu Richmond in July tbis year This is in our opinion a worthy move on the part of some of our enterprising and progressive citizens A County Fair is one of the best trade getters and town builders that a snooty can hour and it arconrages that class of people who make our town to raise river stock finer vegetables etc and to come to Rich mond to buy their goods when nothing else will We need no introduction to the meaning of the County Fair as the most of us have attended them since we were little tote and we know what they are It is to be hoped thai the stock company will be successful their effort and we for one are ready inI lend a helping hand in any way ble to assist the ventu For Reelection In announcing for reelecton to th ollico of City Council 1 do HO with a feeling that since my induction into niece more than a year ago my ever sot has been to promote the welfare of the citizens and taxpayers of Rich mond Not a single meeting tor eau Gds has ever been held that I was not present to represent myconstituents having voted for and against every brongbt before the Coun ell for consideration since my election two years ago Probably some have cl use to hove a different opinion than Ry elf on somo questions that Lave clime before that my in I have cut uiy vote on toclickr the best interest r aiiy other man toile to discharge his duties as an officer then the voters should select a successor who would his duty The experience gained during the pist fourteen as Councilman tics placed me in A to hotter of Richmond In th fiture The support of ovary Democrat in the cify- pjeciated teda d will be ap sad if eltleted I pledge to MBtlnuo to serve the pablte to the U stiiatj ability 1 AVD MlfLER l it a i j r OROWIN IN VOLUME AriD SIZE Our Sotmnlr Eiltioa Will Eclipse All Others It is with a pardonable degree of pride that we say that our Hhtorr of Richmond aud Madison Comity will be one of the tartest and flutist books of its kind seer pofteu out In this state Ihe histories of Madison coun tys industrial and agricultural enter prises have been compiled A great many of the photography and illustra lions have bean math are now in the hands of the engravers Our special editor and photographer will leave for trip through the count this week As the territory is large and there are quite a number of people whom we will not able to interview unless we ore notified in advance we earnestly request those who are dusir ous of secunug pictures of their residences stores or personal photos in this history tu come to this oftlce and sub scribe for space This book will afford the merchants stockmen add businessmen one of the best advertising medl urns they can get as it reaches the pen pie with whom they deal Some of the most able writers in this county have contributed their knowl edge of this countys history to go in this book also some very oU historical pictures and tangs which we will reproduce and publish Below we pub lish a partial list of some of the promi nent features that this history will contain City ot Richmond 2 pages Madison County 2 Schools of Richmond and Mad iron County 3 Richmond Churches 2 Residences Richmond 2 Hume Cooperage Co d Elec tric Light Co 1 Water Light Co 1 City OfnVals o Richmond 1 R Fire Department 1 J W Zaring Grain rL Mill Co ellokgblo State Hank Trust Co tOwen McKee j Golden h Flora fj E Lane 1 Frasa Broi Crntcher Evans i lItWhite h Gibson Covin ton Arnold AV S Oldham tR E Turley Richmond Telephone Co US Senator McCreary I O E Douglas Co i Ex Doc Davi lIt Francis j D IJ Shackelford Jjf Wines Drug Store I G W Willgtug JJoeTburraan i unlucky Carriage Works jj A Taylor 1- IP u M Pope tR Blanton r- JB V Elder P Evans I John R Gibson l Richmond Greenhouses l Mai iso National Bank 4 Among tile historical personages that will be represented in this history will bA found a complete history of tho fa mIllS Eiliil family and is le CQnl1elUsI i U S Senator McUreary U W J Stone Ez Governor Diivid R Francis and Gen Cassins M Clay We have alto arranged for quite n number of the handsome homiH of thencity toaopear in this book yet we not secured all we want Wo would like to have about twelve more of the- o attract residences ifrou have not placed yonr order forb extra copies do so at once as the mand has been so taiga that it U doubt BupyDont delay but do it now For Councilman ElBOwhero in this issue will be found the nnnonucementot Mr T TCoVing ton for Councilman from West End precinct Mr Covirigton Is ore of ourI best known citizgriQ and business men He is alive to the best interests of file town nail ife ectedwill makaa good member of so Important a body A Fair for Richmond A movement Is on foot aioong a number of onrenferprishig slid sub stunlial citizens to have a grat far sometime during the coming jiummer at Haxhall Stock harm A cjimpany has been organized with n capital stock of 25000 and Everything pall Lao done to make the lair a s cces4 Haz hall Farm il iocated about foij miles from town and Is easily reached by both railroad and pike It ono of the best private raceJtracks toa found IB the State The ilim ottho d tpasy- is to give a falrtlaat RichmdU and Madison county wilibe proud ri r bI4 I tl P y r e For Chief of Police Mr L T Wilson announces in this issue his candidacy for the office of Chief ot Police of this city Mr Wil son is a fearless law abding citizen and if elected to this office will do all- an his power to enforce the laws He solicits the support of his friends and fellowdemocrats For Majiitfate- Mr J D Dykes makes known in this Issue of the CLIMAX his intention of running for reelection to the office Magistrate from the Richmond District Squire Dykes has proved himself an able officer in this capacity and the ex p irleice gained during hiD term of of lice has fitted him to hold again the same place lie solicits the sup port of friends and democrats and promises if elected to discharge hit duties with the greatest fidelity ittionly f The many friends of Mr II H Frasa are much grieved over hie serious ill Hess and at the hour of going to press there is no improvement in his condi tion His family is very apprehensive as to his condition Ho was removed Monday to the Henderson House where everything possible Is being done to al leviate his suffering and restore him to his usual health Friends wait hourly for news from his beside and hope that good news will come at an early period A Country Ed While problem plays and cynical society comedies are baring their usual place in the production of the current theatrical season pitces of the more wholesome type continue to receive the unqualified endorsement of the public nearly the great successes on the American stage bavo chiefly made by their purity and by the dominance of what stage folks are pleased to call heart intireit Among these sue cEsesA Country Kid stands promi nent playing all the past season to im mense business and eiylng universal satisfaction The production is com plete in every particular the band and orchestra being second to none on the DadsAt Grand Opera House Satur lay Feb 25 Prices mntinee 25 nt Soc night 2535 50 Art Clnb Notes The last meeting of the Art Club which was held on Feb 13th at the Elk Clnb Rooms was particularly ins ier itrnctlve There were twentyseven members present which out of a mem tersliip of fortythree was notable onto afternoon when the thermometer was hovering about zero all The papers for the afternoon were furnished by Mrs E B Hump Miss Rose Moberley and Miss Anne DeJar nett Miss DeJarnetls paper on the Pro to ice asses of Reproduction1 was both ins structive and entertaining She railed attention to the three helot known to methods of rfprodncig famous pictures for popular purchase vz En raving etching and mezzo ti ttlad If eve an intelligent explanation of ouch together with a description of the instruments employed She also a let us into the secret of lithograph and the woodcut and was most thorough in exposition of the entire subject Miss Rose Moberley s paper on A Few Great Illustrators gave eves of dance both of talent and research Miss Moberley was graduated last June from Madison Institute and is an or namentbothns an aluranusoftlio Insti tute and as a member of the Art Club Mrs E B Hume Is always happy her literary efforts and her talk on Cartoonists andthcir work was n exception to the rule She held tho Attention of ibo Club from first to lasts with her easy selfpossessed flow wards There was Fiizgcstiye half hour in response to roll call which we wouhl Ilka to bring to the attention of tln City Fathers The subject under dif cnsiion was What the Art Clulf might do for the tofDThe prevailing cry was for a public sewer for mode atinn in the trimming of trees for tbe subf rdination of progress M evidenced by telephone and telegraph wires to beauty as evidenced by trees grsw etc TbeyBext meeting will have as its subject VpaimtUijf with papers IrIs Miss 1eppardi4liss Dcverall and Mrit K Ilog IL t t f k Q 0- c t il 1ES1 r Special White Dress Shirts I bR ii at 50 6tsOne lot of fine white dress shirts that sold for 75c Sale v price only 50 cents 50c for 39c tt It All our fifty cent shirts go in this sale heavy work shirts ftjexcepted White shirts orJgli1 jnice dressy effects or every day patterns a wide vaT i Y pig5od things tb select fine ar only T39 cents Effl 7 uyersfet best Choosing v i y4 a 4 I w COVINGTON AND BANKS a tt 111 11J BIRTHS ICOIEtNeVs comes from Huntington WVn announcing the birth of twins to Mrand Mrs JW Cole form erly of this place OLDslIr and Mrs W T Olds of Union City are happy over the birth of a ten pound son born on tbe 14th and christened William Pleas- ant1DSATHS PnJoSlIrs Lucy Parka died re Gently at her home in Lathrop Mia oouri Decased was 81 years old and was the widow of Solomon Parka who died someyears ago and who had nu merous relatives here and in Estill countyGrsacAire Adam Green died Sun day at noon after a continued illness at her homo on the Lancaster pike Deceased who was fortyfive yearsold was a member of the Methodist church and was much beloved by all who knew her The funeral services were con ducted Monday afternoon at hall past two by Rev J W Crates at the home after which her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground Besides her husband she is survived by two children Mr Everett Green ot this city and Mrs Jennie Horde of the Daftly to all of whom deep sympathy is extended For Rest New six room cottage and 10J acres of land Apply to C F Clay St Charles Hotel Richmond Ky Kilice at Bocaelbore William Clark a well known farmer tad resident of this county shot and insantly killed Garfield Johnson a young moo in his employ The trouble amuse over n settlement and after a few wmln Clark shot hie victim thruugh the heart with a revolver kill- Ing him instantly Johnson recently married and tho affair is extrel deplor alle Clark went atonce to Winch s and gave himself np to the proper amhoriiirs Fibe Repjits Reports have been snot out from vas rious places ti the effect that the ice is out ol the river at Ford and that mill men ha e their booms completely filed with Iuts including Rratb Lumber Company who have caught over a hundred II oUland logs Ihs is a mistake is the river from Ford Irvine is frozen with seven inches of All the logs that came down in the tide a week ago are jammed up at Irvine and the mills above there failed catch los at all The question which now confronts mill men is blowing out tho ice and this ia being undertaken by Burt A Drabb at Ford thiy succeed they will have no iron ble in saving their logs but on the other hand should the ice go out with tde it wll bo almost impossible to 6Va any heft lor I OO t NJ U Madison Lodge No 14 105 F tins had restored to it a crayon portrait fins Edward W Tnrner Past Grand Master of Kentucky and a formermem her ot this lodge This restoration was made through the efforts of Hon A JI Reed of Cincinnati formerly of this city and an enthusiastic Odd Fellow Mr Reed set a largo steel engraving of himself which will from now on adorn the walla of the lodge room Hon E W Turner was born In Richmond in 1830 and received his educa lion at Danville After graduating from the Louisville Yaw School lie be Fan the practice of his profession here In 1851 he held the office of County At torney and from 1359 to 1S01 edited and published a liewapaper in this city known aa tbo Mountain Democrat He filled other important posltlonSj among them being that of County Judge State Senator and Speaker of thi House of ReFreE nlativc8 He held 1tbe ollace of Grand faseof O lFe- lows of Kentucky attd seen Graud fas feint Maserw Hie death ocewivd in 18S2 TWlodge fcela very t1t1jp lava the pteimrM c44wd such MMrte iMjHoiuE W TeraJr aad HMIA 1ee pad retie wetrth ly 1 J a q r t r r l6JL y A Ifir A I KT LAST WEEKIp OF THE i a I I SlEr 11I1R i l I l a i If you have not taken advantage o iths sale JM tffldo not delay lonke afe coiner 81 i 1 once Many of the r aJcomeatI II I r Sale Will Close1 r Saturday Ae NihtK- 3 m at 11 Oclock RICI AND ARNOlD r Main Street Richmond Ky 1 L a a UlJC 1rrR i rPAi im1nJltiu = tnIIInI f 1Ss sI s as S ITtsee J t J it gcc t et t I have just received a 1 new line of Silk and Linen E Handkerchiefs Mufflers i F Ties Socks Shirts Collars j 1 Cuffs Gloves Cuff uttofis Stick igents Pins and also the 1 IIw 4letLlSrI E pulcher Q Jii4e it IE jig S a s t t c t j i f r II ii1o II t r The Richmond Climax rUBLISHIU EVERY WED NEIlD Y B- Tie Climax Printing Cod Incorporated JC CHENAULT Pre Ident A D MILLE Editcr Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1900 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative ILW MILLER For jaunty Judge NBTURPIN For County Attorney It H CROOKE For Sheriff PBJJROADDU3 For Couniy Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF IT is said that President Roosevelt has relinquished the idea of securing legislation on the subject of railroad rates at this session of Congress TIlE Standard Oil Company must l answer to thirtythree indictments in the Mercer Circuit Court on the K charge of running wagons without t license The company has about forty Indictments filed against it in h Boylo Circuit Court on two charges I viz Running wagons without license and peddlinguninspected oil These cases will likely be tried at the April term OCR Democratic brethren of the ipress are busily engaged In demand riug Judgo James Hargis scalp as a member of the state central commit tee This commemdable demand has becn made before and if we remem ber correctly other members of the committee have joined in the chorus but nobody has made a move toward ousting James by force of arm and F he does not seem to realize that he is i de trop Should any of our brave p brethren undertake to inform him be careful in the pronunciation of de trop lest James mistake it for de if Democrat drop and get it on you Oynthiana r 18 rowers L at Lexington tti A Lover of thet Beautiful In reply to a question why he had so maay pictures in his roo said that thpy were windows through which he looked on any desired scene Our Beautiful New Department devoted to the best things in the higher development cr the home shows any number of exquisite sub jects la Original Water Colors Fac similes Copley Prints Carbons and others in profusion IiWe HaveseolcetIon both of Gold Leaf and Brown Each Is as ar tlstlcally designed as the Master de signers of Europe and America can cxccutc Wo BOSOt allow any work to leave hciir establishment unlesi it is perfect rite immediate result is a host of Satisfied Customers CFBC3u fJ LzXnITO t lIb f V w Piercing Kidney Pains Faulty kidney work brings on that large family of human miseries of which rheumatism lumbago gout neuralgia sciatica are well known members DeBells Kidney Pills are a1 positive cure They have never failed yet There can be no doubt no un certainty about the use of DeBells Kidney Pills Price 23 and 60c fcb FOB MAGISTRATE Weare authorized to announce Mr J D DYKES candidate for Magistrate Richmond Magisterial District aubject to the ac tion of the Democrutlc party FOR COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce A D MIL ofIWe are authorized to announce Mr T T COVINGTON a candidate for the office of subjecttoFOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge II C RICE a candidate for the office of Police Judge of Richmond subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce Mr J i T WILSON a candidate for the office ot Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE We fire authorized to announce Mr X M SGBI NEB a candidate to the office of Constable of Hlchmond subject to the action of the Democratic party ONE hundred and seventytwo years ago today in West Moieland county Virginia in a modest farm house George Washington the child destined to become the Father of his Country first saw the light of day His early youth was passed however on a plantation on the Bappahanock Notwithstanding his meagre educa tion he was born for high position lie was a natural athlete and it isa known factthat he could run frster walk farther jump higher than any of his companions In addition to reading writing and arithmetic he took a special course in surveying As a young man a soldier a states man and president he was above criticism Through almost two centuries his memory has been kept dear by Americans The story of his life from start to finish is known to every child and how they delight in the story of the cherry tree and the hatchet Today all over the United States the anniversary his birth is being observed and in every home where there is a drop of patriotic blood the name of Washington is held in almost sacred reverence Not So Easy People think it is easy to run a news paper An exchange says that one weeks experience would change the opinion of most people on the subject Did you ever count the words in a col umn of ordinary newspaper print There are about two thousand words in a column Suppose you sit down and write a thousand words on some subject and then another thousand on another subject until you havo written eight or ten thousand Try it and see it it is right easy Keep that up for a month for a year and see if it is easy Then chase a local all over town and after you have gotten the facts all right condense them Into a few lines an hours work that can be read in a few seconds Do this for a dozen items that seem insignificant after they are printed butwhich you know are im portant then have the items criticised and inaccuracies pointed out to you when it is too late to correct them Oh yes it is easy to run a newspaper Wagons Wagons Wagons at D B Shackelford Co They have the best wagon and the prices Sfetf There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly fail lug to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science his proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and thereforo requires constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional treatment on the market This takenIinternally in doses from 10 teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials AddreeeJf J Chetiev A Co Toledo Ohio Soldjby Druggtasi 7fc T fF II opMiHt f r 0 L j t r ff Jc t r 4i 1It Laj l CURETFiffluuT STOMACH DOSING Hyomei Cures Catarrh by Simple Breathing B L Middelton Refunds Money if it Fails to Curt A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hycmei In fact the percentage ot cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final tests The folly of taking medicine Into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nose throat and lungs lias been realized bj physicians but not until Hyomei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomich drugging A complete Hyomei outfit costs but and consists of a neat pocket inhaler that can be used anywhere without attracting attention a rrcdicine drop per and a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles of Hyomei cost but 50c Breathing Hyomei through the inha ler every particle of air that enters the nose throat and lungs u charged with a healing balsam that soothes and al lays all irritation kills the catarrhal germs and enriches the blood with ad ditional ozone B L Middelton has so much faith in the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh that he is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give positive rel- iefPLRsoriAi4 Mr J R Gibson was in Cincinnati Sunday spentSundayMiss Emma Hendren is visiting in Nicbolasville Rev J W Jackson of Irvine was hero Monday Mr Allen Zaring was in Mt Ster ling last week Miss Mattie Tribble li out after an attack of grippe Mr Thomas Luxon of Lexington was here last week Mr Clarence Miller of Irvine was In the city Monday Mrs R E Turley will entertain at lunch this afternoon Mr Elmer Deathera c spent Mon day in Nlcholasville Mr G J White is out after a three weeks attack of grippe Mr Marian Ross of Lexington is visiting friends here Lexington yesterdayforMiss Anna Baine of Lexington is with Miss Mabel Martin Prof Milton EJliott of North Mid dletown was here Monday Miss Janie Myers will leave tomor row for a visit to Lexington- Mr and Mrs W R Thomas of Es till Springs were here Monday Miss Mildred Bradford of Falmouth is the guest of Miss Kute Douglas entertainingAII Mr and Mrs SoH Tborpe have been spending a few diys in Winches ter LexingtonIsWay Miss Maggie White las accepted a clerkship atB W Turners drygoods store Mr Lucien Burnam ia at home from Danville for t tie Cotillion tonight 1iLexingtonIs SmithrMrs Robert Patton was hostess for the Lancaster avenue uchre club last rhursdMiss Rosa parsons of Irvine has been the guest of Miss Uernle Taylor near this city guestsMissesWj chesterr compelledbyat tkeGlynr Miss Nellie Hurst bts gone to Cin opentgsIntkatity MIsAiia HyatoJfHYMtilI is the guest of s for 1Xr et will be a tL fo Jth 9 ir tc+ + cJki tic t 4gesGive nature three helps and nearly every case of con sumjptioft will Recover Fresh air most Important of allI Cherry PectoralNourishing food comes iext Then a medicin W COntrol the cough Ana heal the lungs Ask any good doctor 1 rat used Cherry otort3 ye luhrIU3ealelALUEitr U MMlstu JCATKICO All tlrolrI fLnwU Consumption Komlthtlerrtahas action tor thd bbvvetst Aid nature with Ayers PsII hostess for tW frost End Flinch Club tin tomorrow afternoon Mrs Nelson p Gay ot Clark coun ty has bettn visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T a Chenault Mr J A Higgins who has been seriously Ill is very mUch Improved antI is now abW to sit up Mss Mattie Tribble basas her guest for the Cotillion tonight Miss Kate Rash of Winchester Miss Lucy Clay of Mt Sterling came last week for a Visit to her friends Mrs John W Arnold Mrs it L Middelton will entertain the Ceeilian dub this afternoon at her home bn Lancaster aVenue Mr D C McCallum of Kentucky University filled the pupit at the First Christian church Sunday Miss Nancy Terry was hostess of a delightful party at hef homo in the countryon last Friday night Misses Emma jBnjkJMllSuiWcH are visiting their sister MIS B M Lackoy in Itichniohd Jessamine JournalRev Hugh McLellan has returned from Carthage Mo and will occupy his pulpit as usual next Sundaymorn ing and evening Mr Lewis Neale has been spending several days with his parents Mrs Neale is still in Danville with her brother Mr George MoRobcrts Miss Gladys Perry of the Campbell Hngerman College Lc lngtoh is hero to spend the Washington Birthday holidays with her parents Dr and Mrs H L Perry on the Summitt Mrs It H Frasa and Miss Jane Frasa reached homo Monday night from Decatur Alabama having been called by the serious IlInessof Mr Herman Frasa Quito a number of young people with Mrs Alfred Douglas as chaprone enjoyed a dance in the rooms above B W Turners dry goods store on Thursday night Mr R Lee Davis of the Lexington Leader was in the city last week cn route home from Waco where he was called by the serious illness of his father Mr Thomas DaleIMrs L J Frazeewill entertain with a progressive euchre party Wednes day afternoon at her home on North Broadway It will be a patriotic partyand otIe of the lovely events of the weekLexington Herald Mr C E Woods reached this city Fridaynight from Washington D C and was given a hearty welcome by his numberless friends He has be gun an active campaign in his race for the mayoralty of this city Mrs Geo Noland of Richmond who has been visiting Mrs J W Coie at Huntington W Va arrived TUes- day night to spend several days with her sister Mrs R Lee Davis on West Fourth street Lexington Leader Mr E W Norris was here this week taking orders for his firm the Kellogg Grocery Co Richmond Ed has built up a good business for his firm as his courteous manners and honest dealings makes friends of all with whcm he comes in contact Lancaster Record One of the pleasant events of last week was the Elks Euchre party given in their parlors on Thursdaynight with Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr as hosts according to the custom of tastilydecorated presented most inviting appearance Eight tables were used ami the games were spirited in the extreme Tie ladies prizca string of solid gold eadst WAS won by Mist Stella Thom T- Isonllr Glf Evans won the gen r Llemanspriae i silver m tchsah T i he JOe Jtand srlze a lovely oi iricrarbnc ivas won IY kilo Smith A SVLaIsdelightful of thejic series of euchre Mrs Thomas Thorpe and Mrs George Simmons were hostesses at a delightful Valenjine Flinch party tin last Tuesday afternoon in honor of the Broadway Flinch Club The dec orations were all in red and white arc hearts and this emblem of Valentine day was carried out in tho tally cards R the menu cards and even on the corbl Sheartsprogressive Hindu A pleasant feature of the Occasion was the menU contest EVery Item on the n1on1b card was written in the form a Co conundrum and unite a lot of fun was experienced in the guessingof these The lunch consisting of sub stantials arid ices wds telegaiU and the alternottn Wo olthe pleasantest hi the seasonoMiss Clara Brtice Haldeman oi Louisville is the est this week of United State Senatorantl Mr6 Jas B McCrfeary ab the Hotel Cochran and will be the recipient of numerous social attentions On Thursday Mrs McCreary will give a handsome reception in her honor Last week Miss Haldeman was a guest at the Presl dents reception accbnipanied by Sen ator Overman oi NOrth Carolina the junior Senator froth Kentucky and Mrs M Crcry Shb was also present ed last week dt the reception given by Vice Presidentelect and Mrs Fair banks In addition to the one men tioned a number of other social func lions have been arranged for Miss Haldeman during her stay in the Cap ital Washingldn dispattth to Louis villa ThUrs M mtMQI NOOREMAHTIN Mr John Moore of Whites Station and Miss Sadie Mat tin of Roc castle were married by Rev J WMcGarvey at Madison Institute- sRICHARDSOSHOWABD At the home of Mt G E Curtis near Kirksville Ky Feb 15 1903 by Rev Chas B Ratchford Mr Robt B Richardson and Miss Aurdie Howard both of Madison county Ky- LEN0XMcOkitTitYTho marriage of Mr Frank Lnnoi of Paris Kv and Miss Nellie McCarthy and estimable young lady of Ttichmond took place at St Josephd Church Thursday morningB at live ocock Rev W B atlHR After the ceremony nuptial f tulsa was celebrated Winche3ter DemocratJoNE3PoRTvooi Mr S D Jones of this city and Miss Mae Portwood of Booneshoro were married last Tuesday in Norton Va The happy couple re fe turned Wednesday and will reside here The groom is a well known saloon wan and is well thought of by nil who know him Ills bride is an at tractive young woman THE CLIMAX extends congratulations DUEnSoPowErLTbe Methodist parsonage was the scene of a quiet marriage on last Wednesday the contract irjt parties being Mr W B Duerson and Mrs Allis Powell the ceremony being performed by Rev J W Crates The bride is a daughter of Mr John Leavell of Lancaster and is an attractive brunette She is ft young woman of rare sweetness of disposition and numbers her friends by her acquaintlamvs The happy groom is Mr W 1 Duerson of this county and is one of our most substantial young armer3 Mr and Mum Duerson left immediately for Wellington Kansas where they will make their homeBTUB CLIMAX joins in with others tendingcongratulations amid best wishes for their happiness UNION CITY Mr Rabbit Baber has erected a new gingman and we wiish him success Miss Nora Eades gave u delightful social at her home Saturday niiht Those present were Mesdames Gertrude and Mattie Grinslead of College Hill Lucy and Bettie House Owen Grigg Kate Benton cf Union City Messrs John Burton Chester Brandenburg of College Hill Albert House Shelby Harris Colby Green of Union City Misses Daisy and Lena Sharpe enter tained a large number of friends at- ctheir home Thursday iiteht Among those present were Mesdamea Rosa i Hamilton Maggie and Nora Eades Kate Benton Lucy and Bettie House Misses Parks Misses Dunn and others Messrs Thomas Taylor Josephand Webber Hamilton Travis Noland John Kades Reed Norris Albert to House and Mr Parks All had a de llghtful timu be Good Health to thE Children h iS Children especially are foiid of dainties and the housekeeper must look carefully to their food As good cake can be made only with goodeggs so also a cake that is health ful as well as dainty must fe raised with a pure and perfect baking powder j Royal Baking Powder is indispensable ih the preparation of the highest quality of food It imparts that peculiar light ness sweetness and flavor noticed in the finest cake biscuit doughnijts crusts etc and what is more important renders the food wholesome and agreeable to young and old 1 p 1 j1t fIOYALSAIt POWDE CO J 0111 tt 1Jijstr4 iI p i I s 7 jr 0 t o Q t jrnerDanheirs I lot i 143 Urrjfir Daniel 1 lot s 4 7 yJawOs I lot i v 4 25 75iValkerVnlker Elias 1 lot 425 iVhieItoaelIot 265- iiiiNortls 1 lot 4 80 White James Sr i lot 4 o5 Wiliis Lizzie I lot 5 35 Wihhfceld bow Hot 4 25 Wlnkfield Miller lot 5 95 Agonizing BurnS instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Bucklmis Arnica Salve C venbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes r I burnt my Knee dreadfully batH istered all over lincltlens Arnica nin stopped the frain and healed ithout a soar Also heals all wound and sores at 23c feb The best wsgOn made the Stude aker Is for sale by C E Douglas f58t White Nbfthgm Seed Oats Letchcr Witt IfebSt Tbe M B Parrish School of Plioti- graphy Hobson Building Latest in struction Positions secured lor pupils tf It you have any fencing to do it will pay you to see C E Douglas Co They have just gotten in a can of Frost wire the best thats made feb15 8t Telephone B H IuXon and Bro for economy Anti smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf White Northern Seed Oats Letcner Witt lfeb8t t B Shackeltord Co have re ceived a car load of Binlsell Wagons and can make you the best prices on a wagon Ijfetf I Mean Yoti Please call and settle your account lljalm Jones Mershon 8 it Luioh ilk lidve the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on tliemwlien lnnool 28Jetf 1RDSELL the highest trade wagon made at D R Shackelford Cos For light draft durability and long lasting buy a Bird ell Wagon Sfetf Free Coupon Anyone suffering with kidney or bladder trouble can get absolutely free one full size bos of DeBells Kidney PUs These pills are for sale by B L Middelton and to introduce them the manufacturers will accept this coupon for full retail price in tbe purchase of box Out out And send to C epgs Sons Co Chicago III feb iX81TlCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbsCost Salesman B060SJooOO New Uery Him E C Million Son announce to the public that they have opened a first das livery feed anti sale stable in the old Duncan stand on Irvine street in rear of City Hall Nice new rigs and polite attention We wish to buy some fancy saddle and harness horses ISjan 3m E C Million Son TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tour of all Mexico in Jauuaiy and February under cecort of Beau Camp bell General Manager American Tour ist Association For rates dates sleep ug car reservation and full particu ars of itinerary address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati Ohio EXPRESSIVE NAME FOR INDIGESTION L Middelton Has Simple Remedy That is Guaranteed to Cure the Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than misery The stomach is weak and cannot di est the food so that there is no appe te there are pains in the bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the use of Mibna This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief by strengthening the stomach and digestive organs It is this principle that makes it a certain cure for indigestion Oilier medicines may give temporary relief by helping digest the food but they do not strengthen the stomach and that or- an gets weaker and weaker all theme B L Middelton the reliable drug iriat has so much confidence in this re markable remedy that ho guarantees a cure or the money will be refunded Miona costs but 50 cents a box Ask see the strong guarantee given with every bo- xHiona is in tablet form and should taken before each weal Other remedies for stomach troubles and indigestion are taken alter the meal and decompose the good food yon eat but Miona used before eating strengthens the stomach so thes and heals all irri tation and inflammation enriches the blood and puts the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food itself and there will be no pain and suffering Unusually Low Colonists Rates February 2and March 21 Homeseekers Rates February 21 March 7 and 21 via Southern Railway to points in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Kansas Nebraska New Mexico Tex as and other territory a A scries of very low one way and round trip tatos are offered on the above dates to those wishing to visit or settle in the great West South west The Southern IiIvllle and intermediate points to St j IiiRformatlon St Louis Mo CB Hungerfonl DPA Loalsvllle jKy c tt j a J 0I f tx rcreWij i l r lInauguration CjExcursion Rates e t Washington D C Through the most Pictuesrue Regions of AmericIOne Fare Plus 25c for Round Trip Tickets on sale March 1 2 and 3 good returning March 8 Extension to March 13 by deposit and payment of L Shortest only Through Sleeping Cat Line space now For further particulars call on C 0 agents or address- G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble ond- Grooite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices fiolden Flora East Main un StreetI Louisville and- Nashville R R4- sptciarcdtoquoto you rates to Any Poiutsell through tlckcts and check your baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dally Special Excurson Home Seekers andcColonists on Sale froth Tilne to Time Through Sleepers tfree tteclining Chairs Elec trio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO fAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agfht who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L X Richmond Ky WM OJSEIL Ticket Seller h omr i lasers L I1 Rice Cousin Ac Plaintiff against Susan Leavell Ac Defendent Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order ot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nThursday Mch 9t05 between the hours of 10 ocltfck a m premito expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property viz Two Certain Tracts or Parcels of Land- in Madison county Ky on the waters of Paint Lick creek adjoining the land of A Merritt etc The first tract con tains about 18 or 20 acres in mea with house on same and biting a part of the land owned by the late Irvin Cousin Sr deceased on the road near the creek Thin second tract contains ajout 23 acres more or less and being the same land owned by Benjamin Cousin at the time of hie death For a more particular description of said land reference is hereby made to the Judjr mont and exhibits on file in the above styled action Said two tracts of land will be first offered for sale separatel orbidsaccepted and land sold accordingly TERMSSalo will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the pay nvjnt of tho purchase money to have mentbEaringwith a Lien reserved upon said prop erty until all the purchase money ts paid Possession of said laud will be given on compliance of said sale SH THORPE Master Commissioner M C C Owen McKeeLeader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions mt It P W = l iGi DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS Ca r =x fS 9 HAVE YdU TRIED OUR I I Muntaln Asn JellieD coat It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries TheEIMountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from impurities and because of its superior burning qualities is the most satisfactory Jellico Coal produces lot either e Gfates Stove or Furnace Try it rind we guarantee that all your ttorry dyer bad dirty cBal will cea- oeBeattyville Coal Co- D to R Freeman Mgr gYTel J84 Yards Aspen ave E9 80t REDUCED PRICES In order to close out at once our handsome line of French Plates Cups Saucers we have decided to reduce the prices onethird on all these goods You should take advan tage of this great opportunity to secure such goods at prices we are now quoting Also special prices on 100 piece dinner sets and table se- tsThe Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky lrGrand Opera House Friday Feb 24 TELEPHONE GROWTH Tho Oumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has issued statement of Its business for month January antI the increase in the number of subscribers is shown as follows Number of subscribers January 1 1905 121118 Number added during month 4196 Numberdiscontinued during month 29o- Netincreaso Iffi Total nusiber subscribers January 31 1S05 122550 ++++7F7I+ rQ ++ 1L ++++++ I I N O T f C2 E I + +J Owing to the inclemency of the weather which deprived a n great many from attending ou- rCHALLENGE SALE 2 76 j mf we have decided to continue our birtgai 7 n event for a i + few days longer in order to give the money saving public an + OPPORTUNITY UNEQUALLED to purchase theirJwants in Dry Goods Mattings etc at prices that will make f it to their advantage to avail themselves of the WondeEful Bargains + which means quite a saving of dollars and cents to them fo t T L If yon are interested in your pocketbook allow us to stte if you miss this oppori fj 1 tunity you will certainly regret it t There care plenty of bargains lef on ourtcounters which must be disposed ofin the short Possible time o Out goods are our best salesman fo Come and see for yourself c h I p White and Itjbsons Great Challenge Sale + L GL Whitney Co Managers + + + 1 ++ HOV ct J i cP 3 0 1 o J4 c 0C jT A DrJ Thf 1 ffeisnothnglike t FLOUR I Every housewife every cook knows tht T Good Qakes Rolls fc Biscuits T cannot be made without good Flour Qur mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is off the Iatest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belie ofMadisonMADE BY THE cLci Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY m71l Jz i Autumn stocks resplendent 1 throughout the store and buying en o f ffi thusiasm much in evidence Silk dress jgoods and fabrics in varieties ample enough to satisfy the moot fastidious Our different sections keep fully abreast g of the times The reputation acquired in these lines is1 for supremacy splen didly maintained this season Assort qnients are greater fabrics richer styles more fascinating than ever Let us est to prospective buyers that they ffisu these stocks as soon as possible s The visit will give them knowledge of fashions best and of the vastness of 71the selections here made for choosing 4 rWhite and Gibsonr 71 lli W 7f Fffi ffim7r rt Diamonds Watches Clocks r Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry land PreciousStones of every desription L r These are some of the things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clod refuse to go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too 1 If you want anything that can be found in a first class establishment go cJewelry He Is well fixed kind of articles i y L E Lane V TJeweler and Optician 7ff- TcJ Jr r OLD JOE WIIISXY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is- o old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purpose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade ao year old itrjuga 400 per gallon lO bottles SB 5 i jugs 250 5U bottles 31New Whisky SlSO per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SE AROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrayer novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY l M F Enright First Street t g Wire Fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call I on or address 1 J D LONG Iay1lOi Iyr Richmond Ky 1II ORDER to get the great prize will give you prices on the HI1U11LUJI II i FENCE cfllxtyDayanso1lows Fouroot fence eleven wires 5 heavy elay loop top No7vIr- et tlHGcents per rod Five toot fence 12 wires heavy t stay at 55 cents per rod These prices have never been made In Ills cbunsy before I J T4 COYK- IBIT3VILLE1 KY fj f I 4 iM til IIIJI a ew r n c Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announced Ct ARENCK E WOODS a candidate lor Mayor of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce B EROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorized to announce JAMES H AILMAN a candidate for Chief of Police of the city Of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W HAR DIN a candidate for the office of Ohlef of Police of Richmond subject to the ation of the Democratic party We are authorized to ann unce W M CREEKMORB a candidate for Chic of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce ROBERT GOLDEN a candidate for Councilman from the University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We arc authorized to announce LEE O SHEARER a candidate for Jailer of Madson county subject to the action of the Republican party ARB Y U INTBRE TB IN THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 50c With Gold Solid Gold Teeth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth These are Justis teeth nnd they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates na nnEutbar or Ueluloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky STAND I PREEMINENTLYAHEADofallotberatocla IN QUALITY takeslessnd is not SUed with noxious weeds mpleteline Alfalfa Rape Onus and Clover Seeds Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crop Vegetable and Flower Seeds BED1L iffillDED ST LOrIS Our New Catalogue erring full informa etcFRE1Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVJLLE Tt7CK2- J IEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 1 tEscOEzolATzDLong lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost SouthernIUlnolsand Louisiana Wo can put you in quick theI1 Weaon ltyourpatronagaRat S reason aWe ftoiripn ana ifciutle unurJL kflTAT 1 J Ww Hun 11 Jf J 7 2 jc 1L I Jr It Lrr3uFL W MILLXK AomYAL y- RlClDfOll1l OMcea the BaraBt4fldbig isiat door to- rmers Nbtoaal Bak iebaly 0- o jA S ATTORNKYATIAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street ro D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second streot over Cben ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOnNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS C AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OOce in John Bennett eld law office over Perry Thomas drug store Bunsens Catarrh Cure Bnnsens Catarrh Cure Tvill positively cure catarrh or money refunded II you are troubled with catarrh hay fee ver or cold in the head give Bunsens Catarrh Cur a trial It cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membranes and positively effects a cure Price 50c Every bottle warranted Ask B L Middetton for free sample and pamphlet on catarrh fob For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For particulars call at this office oct26tf The Time WillCome When the Advice of This Man Will Help Yo Very few Richmond people are en tirely free from backache It does not take much to derange tile kidneys A little cold a strain stooping positions or hard work overtaxes those delicate organs and many aches and pains promptly follow A Cleveland Ky man tells yon here how every kidney iii can be relieved aIl ured Read about 1 Abe Gum Jr of Cleveland Ky Madison county WrItoshI was laid up in bed with my back and kidneys for a number of days I could not standup straight and walked about all bent over Igot a box of Doans Kid ney Pills and at the end of two days was able to go about They got me out of bed at once and I take delight in praising them They did me more good than anything else I had ever tried Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report Fur sale bv all dealers Price tOe Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no others feb Tax List continued Bena Chas 1 lot 7 65 Biggerstaff Jas 1 lot 535 Black Jas Sr 2 lots 5 90 Blythe Bettie lot 5 fib Blytbe Win 1 lot 650- BIthe Sol Hot 5 85 Bronston Geo Hot 7 05 Bronston Jacob 1 lot 475 Burgin Martha lire 1 lot 4 90 Rurnam Alice 1 lot s 7 2o Burnam Chas 1 lot 6 So Agent Jno C Burnam 1 lot 5 00 Burton Belle n r 1 lot 2 5o 55ChenaultClay Lizzie 1 lot 2o G5 Coviugton arab hrs 1 lot 4 35 Cochrans Sarah hrs Hot 16 15 Cornelison Ed 1 lot 5 Oo Crutcher Nancy lot 4 35 Crawford Laura 1 lot 4 35 Craig Henry 1 lot 5 to Deatherage Bush 1 lot 1745 Douthett Thos 1 lot 9 50 Embry Mariah n r 1 lot 300- Ewbrv Julia Allot 4 35 Estill Robt n r 1 lot 32o Kstill Tenia 1 lot 3 2o Fife Mary A 1 lot 4 Fife Sarah 1 lot 435- Fiher Easter 1 lot 2 6o Francis Wm ilot 575- Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 5 So Gibbs Mary 1 lot 3 75 Harris Ben 1 lot 7 05- Hisle Andy 1 lot 5 Hill Nathan 1 lot r 5 35 Haines Allie M n ri lot fi 65 Irvine Joe 1 lot 7 ol 650Jackson GTonesLevel Mary D n r 1 lot 4 90 Martin Humphrey Uot 4 75 Martin Abner Slots 5 35 Martin Irvine V 7 95 Mason Mariah 1 lot 4 35 Mason Millie 1 lot 3 75 Massie Lida 1 lot 3 00 Miller Harrison n r 1 lot 5 So Miller Jackson 1 lot 6 4o Miller T B and wife 1 lot 4 35 Miller TB agent Join Camp bell hrs 1 lot 3 00 Moss Millie hrs 1 lot 4 Do Mundy Wm 2 lots 5 90 Mnnsey Sallie 1 lot 320 Noland Sealie I lot 4 Do Owen Green 1 lot 6 50 Parks Georgia Ann not 5 So Palmer Jas 1 lot 5 Do Phelps Sam 1 lot 7 ot Phelps Jennie Hot J1 7o Phelps Wm 1 lot 475 Postell Peter n rllot 32o Rice Geo 1 lot 6 So Rice Belle aagent forCDonahue 1 lot 3 75 Robinson PJaisay 1 lot 3 75 Rhodes Davo and wife 1 lot 0 to Rhodes Sarah 2 acreq 4 35 Schrlbner Susan 1 lot 4 35 Shepherd Harry 1 lot 5 35 Shepherd Chas Sr 1 lot 5 Do Shepherd Rena 1 lot 3 2o shearer Mary Hot 3 95 Smith Ella 1 lot i 8 75 Smith Cassa 1 lot 6 Sinallwood Chits 1 lot 4 35 Stone Fred B Hot i 5 35 Stone Minerva Hot i 4 lo Stone Irene 1 lot 4 35 Terrill Nannle 1 lot 4 Do Tevis Cassa 1 lot 55 iK ILLTtll COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS wlTDrlings Dic very I I FOR ONSIIMPTIQN OUGHSandl OLDS 11 5 Fr PrlceII lTJDWc AOL I ZerbyB QiiI i t dLIi c T y j1Sji iToddJwCil lot1 i 585- ToBjbHn Henry 1 lot C 35 TribW Mary iirtllot 49Q TrlbbTe Mo e agent John Trib blellot 49o Tribble John Henry So acres 4 75 Turner DBlrslot 6 op- Turloy Miiry and Alice pot t 4 80 Tye WmLlotc a i 5 35 Tribune Mary ar 2Jots A 0 bo Walker lIohardjJ t r 4 i85 Walker Ibbtl lot 7p5 Walker Susan Hot A 32o Walker Ed II0t 795 Walker Thos hrs 4 Bj Wells Nelson 1 I h i 6 85 WhiterDayld llot 435 White Rose Hot V 3 2o White JOB Sr 1 lot i 4 65 White Narcis Hot I 5 5o Willis Edna 1 lot 3 75 Williams Luke 2 lots V iv 9 5o- Winkfleld 1 lot f 4 75 Winkfleld Millie Hot v C oo Yates Maggie lot 5 50 FOXTOWN NO 2 Benton Jordon 25 acres 6 Eo Chenault Wyatt 1 acre 3 85 Chenault Dean 24 acres 9 Co Chenault Jas 1 acre 4 15 Chenault Sam 2 acres 3 95 Chenanlt Chas n r 8 acres 3 2o Chenault John 2 acres 475 Chenault Stauter 7 acres 4 75 Chenanlt Len 2o acres 5 9o- Chenanlt Letcher 7 acres 4 75 Cceby Simon 1 acre i 4 15 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 oo Fox Amanda 1 acre 2 3o Jones Perry 20 acres 5 9o Jones Rachel 12 acres 4 95 Langford Amos 4 acres 5 9o Mitchell Mary hrs 22 acres 4 35 Miller Sam n r 2 acres 3 75 Smith Hurrett acres 3 80 White Andy 5 acres r 4 75 UNION KO 3 Ballew Frank hrs 15 acres 3 00 Covington Robt 1 acre 5 35 Collins Jerry 1 acre 4 oo Doty Chris 1 acre I 4 15 Dontbet MAtthy 2 acres 320 Estill Dollie 1 acre 2 Go Hatter ARIO 1 aer 1 2 Co Hocker Wm 4 acres 4 75 Mayo Leander 1 acre 4 15 Miller June 5 acres 9 oo Parrish Geo 3 acres 415 Pinksten Rachel lo acres 3 2o Pinksten Moracc 3 acres 4 15 Reed Tobitha C acres 3 2o Robinson Mary 25 acres v 3 75 Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 5tf- ELL1STOX N04j Ballew Jake 4 acres 4 75 Bates Pateey hrs 3 acres 2 4o Rates Steven R 18 acres 6 5o Browing Robt 1 acre 2 75 Butler Thos 1 acre 4 10 Crocket Henry nr 3 acres 2 60 Coyington Howard hrs 2 acres 2 75 Dillingham Arch 7 acres 5 35 Dunson Geo 10 acres 3 85 Ellis Daniel 24 acres o 4 75 Francis Wm 2 acres r 415 Goodloe Mary nr2o acres 4 35 Hocker Mary 3 acres 2 60 Irvine Christopher 7 acras 5 3i5 Jackson Simon 2 acres 4 lo Kavanangh Jerry 3 acres 3 95 Manna Mary 1 acre 1i 3 2o Oldham Aarriet 8 acres 3 2o Parks John 2 acres 1 4 15 Phelpu Fannie 23 acres 4 4o Royston Angeline 15 acres 5 to- roth Rhodes 61 acres 7 o5 Watts Frank 8 acres 5 Yates Taylor lo acres 4 75 YATES NO 5 T Buford Geo 3 acres 4 75 Chenault Roy 5 acres 535 Oornelison Howard32 acres 7 9o Harris Hand Tabithal acre 2 75 Hocker Rebeica 26 acres 4 9o Maupin Chas 1 acre a 3 85 McCord Joshua 2o acres Co Thomas Henry 12 acres 5 10 White Semira 5 acres h 3 oo Yates Henry hrs 21 acres 4 9o GLADE JCOG Ballard Fred 1 acre 4 15 Ballard Lidia 1 lot oo Beet Elijah 15 acres Silo Bennett Wm n r 2 acres o 26o Bennett Ike 1 nero 415 Ballard Howard 1 lot 4 75 Brooks Humphry 1 acre 5 35 Bronaucb Nancy J 9 acres 3 lo Burnam Chits J 6 acres 7 o5 Burnam James C acres 7 o5 Campbell Amanda 1 acre 3 So Campbell Cora 8 acres 55 Campbell Qree 1 aero 5 35 Chambers Ben 4 acres I 7 o5 Denham Jerry 13 acres 5 9o Diggs Sidney 13 acres 5 35 Elrnore John 6 acres 575 Ealey Dan 2 acres 4 75 Farris Millie 1 acre 2 5o Farris John 4 acres 385 Fife Harry 4 acres i 7 o5 Francis Sam 1 acre 4 75 Gentry Sam 18 acres i 5 9o Haley America 1 acre 4 9o Hood Nathan 1 lot 475 Jenkins Ed 34 acres 15 06 Martin Ben 3 acres 525 Martin Lewis 3 acres f 5 90 Martin Sarah 3 acres 4 35 Miller AC n rllbt 2 Go Miller Smith 5 acres v 3 35 Miller Isaac 1 acre 3 75 Newland Dan 1 acre 4 5o Parks John F 1 aero 4 G5 Patum Frank 1 aero 4 05 Rash Wm 2G acres 0 5o Rice Sallie 1 lot v 2 7o Rice Perry 1 lot 7 475 Shearer John adm of Mariam Shearer 12 acres 6 Co JI81GWeUs MarinetteWiM 816 Wells StreetMIwas all run down from Jiervons ness andoverworkandhadtoresign a rest found that Iwas not gaining in sienghand health as last AS ofCardujvas olsexIboughaI was satisfied with the thoflrstootUeiUJd Pa PI found I Was restored to good health Ph n1myvorQXcellentfau am pleased to endonn It AGNES WEST LEY Sl 1 Be 7NthWiioflnocifym SflCalJ1Praught tQdilFT 1NEOFCARDU1rr T 10 J C tJ t Beatitiltil ThoughtsThe sweet mire breath of the babe rogKcstlve of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is in separable fron a love the beautiful and behooves efrcry woman to bring the sweetest and best Influence to bear on maternityTo easy that period when bfeis born again Mothers Friendis popularly uicd It is a liniment easily and for external use only trythisrcmcdyit anticipationTlother tiereb7preventingnusdes straining relax become and elastic frosts its oxitinnedaplilication fibres in the region will respond readily to the expanding cover containing this embryo iffloth ers Friend pregnancyorWrite for free book on notnerhood THE BHADFICLII REGUUTOB CO ATLANTA 8A Shearer Beard 1 acre 3 85 Simpson Sias adm Eliza John son 1 act e 2 80 Tevis Henry 2 acres 3 35 Tribble Tro 4 acres 465 Warner Robt 1 acre 475 Walker John 1 lot 4 75 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 G5 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 35 West Dovey 1 lot 3 2o White Wm 4 acres 5 35 Wilmore Geo 7 acres 5 35 KirKSVlILE No7 Brooks Jack 1 acre 4 15 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 20 Cousins Irvine 92 acres 35 o5 Denny Ge admr oi Martha Denny 23 acres 10 05 Duerson Taylor 1 acre 4 65 Durson Harry 17 acres 820 Elmore Maiy 2 acres 4 35 Embry Wyatt 10 acres 10 oo Floyd Mitchell 2 acres 5 9o- Hninos Geo Maroline 75 acresJZl 15 Hoillnsworth Bele 1 acre 5 60 Miller Sam 6 acres C 4o Paterson Nancy 1 acre 2 Co Prewitt Gw John 2 acres 2 Co Richardson Henry nr 1 lot 4 35 Schooler Vm 1 acre 4 G5 Turner Tom S acres 5 9o Turner Sain 6 acres 5 35 MILLION KO 8 Bates Mills 3 acres 4 15 logic Jason 1 acre 4 75 Broaddus Phil1 lot t 3 J5 Fife Chas 23 acres S 95 Fife Irvine 18 acres 8 2o Green Lojd 4 acres 4 lo Jones WS 1 lot 4 15 Mundy Tobe 1 lot 4 15 Mnndy Etster lot 3 2b Mundy JQiJI hot 4 lo Park Mat 1 acre 8 85 Reynolds Harry 2 lots 8 oo Simpson Geo 1 acre 3 S5 Turner Irvine 2o acres 5 So Warren Irvine I acre 3 95 Warren GiO 4 acres 4 75 Warren Qeo 3 acres 4 2o WilIiIk1aeres 42q Tax List Taxes due on the following i property for year 1901 White List RICHMOND DISTRICT NO 1 Brooks Nannie Hot 11 acres 1345 BrooksJSnr3 lots v 53o Columbian Finance Trust Co 2lots o5 Duncan henault Stone 1 lot baland9 r 4 15 Farley Wm L 1 lot 5 3o Green Mastin heirs SI acres 2o lii Hacker TQ heirs 1 Jot 2 6O Harrison 0 ifa r 10 lots 1025 Keller Mis Ed n r 1 lot lp 25 McMohon Pat heirs Hot 3 75 Miller Beji D 1 lot 11 85 ftlillei Ira Lydia L 1 lot y i 2 05 Colored List RICHMOND DISTRICT XO 1 Allford Elijah 1 lot 7 6 9o Ballard Wince 1 lot V 0 35 Bciina Cljarley bal 1 lot 2 BI erslaqi James 1 lot 475 Blythe Icpine 1 lot 5 85 Uopgs Thnmas 1 lot i 475 Breck UUlJtoynellot lo 75 Breck Elqhard Sr 1 lot lo 25 Burnam John C I lot C 4o- BurnanJ Charles 1 lot V 5 So BUr ine Martha heirs 1 lot 5 35 Campbell ij3 Wl M Embry 1 lot 2 lo Chenaiilt Tobe n rl lot 4 So Chenault Emily 1 lot 25 acres 8 80 Clay SusiJi 1 lot 525 Cobb Win 1 lot 4 25 Covingtori Sarah lot r 4 So Embry Julia A 1 lot 4 3o Embry JlJirinh 1 lot 2 05- Estill R Jf and Mary 1 lot 9 2- 5Esti1IRo1tLnr 2 Go Estill TeUa 1 lot 265 Fisher Eiister 1 lot 2 lo Fife Mar Eliot A 4 So Hall Ueojge 3 lots i 7 5o Harris B lIllot 6 4o Harris Alice 1 lot 3 Yo Hill Nathiin 1 lot 475 Johnson Jfllcharcl 1 lot r 575 Jackcon fettle heirs 1 lot 3 15 arinau llobert 1 lots 6 9- 0indeeyIFnr1lot 4 3o attbowt4 Nannie 1 lot A 2 65- artinAbner4acrea v 5 oo artizi Irine 1 lot 4 acres v Y 15 Mitchell Jklary bal lot 89o Miller Ilfrrisou D nr 1 Jot r 48o Miller gdtn Lucy Mille acroai2 75 Miller Cfijrollne and L Millerlot 2 05 Miller Tljos agt E W Campbell llaf r v 265 tlflcey sallie 1 lot 652 wensGleenllot v Y5 9o 11111 lots A So T t 4 75 rksGeirglaA lots 15r2p Donahue and Phell 1 lot i I ii 15 Rice Geo sgt Sallie Jarman 1 lot 8 lo Rhodes Jiaaes Hot 5 S5- eppariljChar1es 1 lot7 5 35 4 COS one MilIrvailQi e ate- one 1 Irvjse i v 4 75 ienry XJptivi 4 65 IJib Ier heirs I loi = 4o- ibbieFy heirs Llot cJO ibb1rJIthnnrIlotar 1 jr jif1 1LU fCHAHOXP fOIITAGLc Sheriff Relgned and Was Arisited- By His DefHrty Hazard ICy Feb 1JMonday morning Sheriff E H Cornett handed his resignation to County Judge Ev ersole and it44 alleged fled to escape arfcst VylSondsn for 1ho embezzle ment of 3 Deputy SfieriffCombsfs ri won his way back to Hazard with Cornett in his custody tfj iy5 Cornetts alleri il shor ge followed the failura to obtain bI1lietiIS from the state audit6Vin December RIg bondsmeit oweven Jmnrsdiately came to Cornetts rescui and put up the 2700 necessary to getjils quietus which ho uecured just in the nick of time to execute his bon I as the law prescribes that a sheriff must have ob tained his quietus and produced It in open court on the first Monday in January The bondsmen say they will prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law STREET ASSESSMENTS The TenYear Plan For Payment Held vTo Be Valid Frankfort Ky Feb 15The court of appeals in the case of city of Lexington vs Smith Bowman decided a question of great importance to Cov Ington Newport and all the cities of tho second class A Lexington ordi nance provided for street improve ments on a plan giving the abutting property owners ten years in which to pay their part of tho cost Bowman made two payments and theg refused to pay more on tho ground that the ordinance was not valid Five years elapsed before suit was filed and he then pleaded limitation The court here holds that the ordinance is valid and that Bowman can not beallowed to plead limitation after making two payments on the tenyear plan TOBACCO UNSOLD Owlngsvllle Is Filled With Disap pointed Farmers Owingsville Ky Feb HThis town is filled with disappointed farm ers who had turned their faith to the Burley Tobacco Growers association More than 3000000 pounds of tobacco are yet unsold in this county because of the association and it is thought the farmers will lose more than 10 000 worth The same condition also exists in Fleming county Judge J H Bowden Stricken Russellville Ky Feb 15Judge James H Bowden a leading lawyer has been stricken with paralysis and owing to his age It is thought that ho will not survive Ho served one term on the superior court bench when that branch of the court was In existence Want New Armory at Owensboro Owensboro Ky Feb HThe local company of state guards will make an appeal to the fiscal court at its next meeting for an appropriation for a new armory The company wilt be reor ganlzed on Wednesday night and new officers will be chosen Big Ice Gorge Mt Sterling Ky Feb HZero weather has caused a serious aspect iu he Ice gorges in the Kentucky river Telephone messages from the district between Beattyville and Irvine Estell county shows there are over 1500 men working to breaK the gorge and save the logs Planlng Mill and Factory Buried Warsaw Ky Feb 16The plan ing mill and furniture factory of J H Daniels Son Co of this place was destroyed by fire catching from tho boilers The loss is about 25000 on which there Is no insurance The fac tory employed 60 hands Selling Cigarettes To Children Covington Ky Feb 16The report of the grand jury created a sensation when it was announced that they had found 34 indictments against persons who aro alleged to have sold cigarettes to school children 7000WednesdayFeb DENTAL SURGERY tn1nITTQ ttOD OT i nssvsv OP LOUISVILLE KTrlerBuildingIchmSlldnovlTly DENTISTete jOfflco Iu Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 Strayed E Lit 4leralof arriages Burries Bnggieii rind rUna- bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 8 L MidkifflPdca W 3 NO34 back Pullman drawing room sleeping dining car Sflrvfce Meals served a la pers Ferry river tfco NatioBtl for rates otrab8 Q PATYGA j t I 11- o f 1 t T r PtBe11s Kidney Pills Free 4lnll eW box KIdney FliTs will be sent iko any sulferer on re imffit They are the tiy cure In the world for kidneytroublnnd we want you to try them a box today free C W Begga SOlS Co 3638 Union Park Place c hIcago Ill IDI f wax made now will save of making it in a more hurrying season A Costly Wanders are some times very expensive life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life PiUs for dyspepsia dizziness headache liver or bowel They are gen tie yet thorough 25c at R C Stock tons drug store lm For Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For fix plete particulars call on pr ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Kye NO No No No No No No No Ho No No No 30A NO No No No No Itwostory frame residence contain rooms and two halls In Rich Ky Lot 40x150 feet small Price 1000 less than cost nice residences near Main street only three squares from court A mOte desirable location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a hare 120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 good town lot on good street 40x feet Price grazing and grain prodoclng containing 200 acres barn and other ontbnllu Price 1200 farm containing about 130 acres residence barn and other Im Jn fine locality 500 containing 100 acres well but with no other Improve Can be bought in connection S Price 1600 Four cottages on nicE street well Improved Price 1000 each ood cottage In firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price 500 Oood lot suitable for business house canbe bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of lend tIe acres In grass and two In garden good orchard And crape arbor nil necessary out bnlldingu Title property Is situated In n thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms and tenAr In best portion of city Lot 90x230 feet Price 2500 A twostory residence In good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir- Ing nn ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings in Richmond well Improved Price 2200 Two lots 120x160 feet in good neigh borhood Price 700 Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porches situated In bet residence of city Stable coat house hondifndesiring nice home i81allIs well There on land a small residence ardother necessary outbuilding Locality bPtIncountV Flour and grist mill Anderson county 83barrel capacity Build tug Is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water- power the latter of the BoIlertllllbolt acres with the mill includ ing what Is with the house of 5 rooms All for or mill and the 11 acres OnehalfI cash Has tine trade No mill in 10 miles Also n Mbarrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Malt river Steam powers new uptodate In eerv- particular and good dwelling with improvement and V acres of fine land Close to Sonthern railroad Price 9000 Also II acres of Florida land In Mannvilel on railroad Street through place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges neache pears plums graces bearing and 6 acres on oth er with 8room tstory house oranges peaches poses plums grapes etc all for 2000 or the 6 acres for or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwel Ine containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms hot and cold water basement under entire house yard and all necessary outbuildings Best location in Richmond for boarding house farmln2JODRLANlMAN2 tenant houses large barn abundant 3 miles of Hgrrodsbnrg on pike good land 10 ro3m brick residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc J65 per acre No 33 residence excellent barnflne running AegoodasianyNice twostory residence on one of the principal residence streets of RIchmond NIce Yard garden and bargaInPriceNo 35 Ono tractof mineral land In Lee county on the waters of Kentucky 4 miles below BeattyvillP M feet of railroad Said tractrcontaini 400 acres of land more or less Will sell outright Iease- fir exchange for improved farm land theVlocation for ceke ovpns foundries Will sell at a bargain if die of at once For further par tlcnlara call at this office 1905 The Popular 1905 Operates 2G58 miles of Railway Lines byWel1avonevershownalalJerstockbeen brought to the highest grade of perfection and their in 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 BOSWBuffalo Cleveland Boston Historic and Picturesque YorkJRoute to o and con termintlsEW steamer Ticket Office ID aIls Building Fourth Vine viatincinnti or address AgtashingtonPhiladelphia Cincinnati Ohio WFBrawIty Tray Pass Agent- ChattanoogaStopover Jivi1egeson Tenn all Filstclassrickets +++CALL AT ++++ Elegant Vestibuled Trains and all of them daily JONESJt MERSIIONS N Coaches withilph seats sleepers Observation cars Corapanys own carte See egheBiMot1BtltasHlsterlc tlMjFotqmaa and Capitol time s1eep1ng earrhserYtIouranytWketngeHtdtir j I tU r it otDeBelia absolutely grafting time Mistake Occasionally Sale No No No Price three months with countyfine KentuckyThis equipment SLtPAIIL0RVBBNIN Coolest and most refreshing pi drinks that can be found tne are dispensed jbjliptoiate and accommo d ton ftciic gtii tIoi WKtpt H Tap iOI 18 honea t SecondSt Forlfetfwr celL at this M1z IJ l r r 4 o U- i ft Arbuckle C E Douglas G D Simmons f An nouncementto the Publicfi January 1st 051 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded bCE Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the three above persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and sethethat the same old stand We want to sao to the public that we now have our stock complete We have received car loadof genuine Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire t a car load of the bstWaons made f The StudebakerT acarjoatpof rr x Olympic Diamond Ranges 2We wadt to further say that we buy most of our who wl ns and stoves in car load lots and if you will come to see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or hss beleiinrComeTinwpik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleased to have you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours CRE Douglas Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia o Illinois Central Railroad e r NEW ORLEANS and return account Mardi Gras Mardi I to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST one way colonists March I to 15 MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA etc homeseekers excursionstless than halt price February 7 and 21 March 7 21 Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip February 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 l One way colonists February 21 and March 21 Only line running through personally- conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to CafiforniatNew Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Roundtrip Rate in on first and third Tutmv- ii each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For through rate tickets and rates free 3opiqs 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 Hotss with- aMoores tleater Wo are headquarters f Heating Stoves We ll die Moores Air Tight Hater the only Double Hu ter made Wo are olTerin such well known Stoves the Colas Hot Blast ly clono Hot last RadUnt Homcilbt Blast and sinull Stoves Of every kjdtt very low prices for tin present It will pay yon to sectour line lore yi buy afStove We wi h to call your attention to our lincot Enamel Ware We have this Ware in it eral colors but we peclallywant to call Ylur attention to our line of im ported White Steel China Ware Whi hwearc during the Holidays 1selling at a Reduced Price 00 t Shocke1toId1a 0 I J1C III c=t l fItf 1 rfr An Opportunityo d willranti thintin our ge stock Dontiail to see our 65 artd75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone i e e air nworsiRIQH1110ND KY PHONE 232 Peebles Sweet Hickory COf cc Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAINSTitEET PHONE 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1Nii- Smallpox has made its appearance t in Versailles The mud for the past few days has teen something fierc Some cne has predicted that roro snows will fall before winters endY C E Douglas S Co rave just re ceived a car load of wagons Prices c icap as anybodys feblSSt The ladies of the Pattie A Clay In i flrmary are preparing to serve dinner = on April Court Day General Lew Wallace the author of Jten Hur died list week at his home cast in rVawfordsville Indiana James Pier all colored haa been convicted of rape in tho Fayette Cir cuit Court and sentenced to death When looking for a wagon dontt fa to examine the great Birdsell as it is the best that many can buy Sold i by D B Shackelford Co Sfetf The majestic Electric Olympic aeil Monitor Ranges ore all the best that money can buy We buy then in car load lots and can save you Gurney if you are in need of a stove of anv kind C E Douglas S Co eb15 S- tbfanagersJnettkBaxtersaya that it is now definitely settled that The Irish Pawnbrokers will play this city on night In the near future There has been considerable correspondence r varJingthe matter but it is now set tlclso they feels that hey can look forward to a crowded house We have certainly had our shore of bal shows this season but bad shows like the needy poor will always be with us For that reason Managers Jnttt Beater mentions with confi dence the coming of The Irish Pawn bn kers an attraction they are not afraid of The sports lean along the lin are extremely satisfactory as they arc not only pleasing their audiences but the business done by the company In Ibis stole at least liar been terrific In At the Old Cass Roads which will presented bore soon by Arthur C Alstons company otplayers we are promised one of the most idyllic dramas of the always picturesqe sunny south The charming atmos t hero al lows of some pretty embellishments wti ch the management has taken full plotjfire P lay must be surprisingly inter est n and an intense storv ol tits foe Pirepa an octoroon upon the estate of Dayton Thornton Annabel Thorn too the heiress to Magnolia Grove Dayton Thornton its toaster Tom Martin of Myrtle Fern Plantation Doc K ir a steamboat gambler on the Ole Missisaip the Count de Monay j from everywhere Young Mississip Lza Moses in de Lull rushes Ma or Bradley Ferrar one of the old Li lie George Chllton the coroner badge Thornton a daughter of Day ton s by a former marriage and Ole Aunt Eliza ono of the Thorntons are the characters that go to make up the mimic life of tho romance The cast is an excellent one anti contains such well kuoa n people as William Brunimell A J Edwards Philip Con nee Harry L Dunkinson James B Ma tin E F Cochran EJ Burns i May Nannery Mrs Chas G Craig Mildred Hylana Avis Lobdell Alice Clifton and others An Opportunity A handsome diuiug table and a new t cooiing stove fur sale cheap also 12 gallons of suet blackberry D3lillerIMop With a Richmond Boy 11 rite to John U Harris 405 G St N V Washington D C and engage lodging accommodations for the In yauguretion Comfortable beds and warm rooms Central location opposite Pension oflice Roles 2 per sight Caw accommodate party of from 8 to 12 For Constable Mr iw M Scrivner announces in this issue for reelection to the office of Countable Mr Scrivnerhas most ably fillel this important position for some tirm part and his record in such a ca a pacity speaks loudly in his praise He aeks the support of bis friends in bis cancidacy and promiees to be true to his duty in the future as he has in the past Bit Firs at Wtocfceto a Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win chesler burned last Tuesday entaijing a loss of 60000 This Institution Was buili aboutfonrteon years ago and eras the property Of the Methodiut soutji It Is a distinct lass tqthe churn to Winchester and to Clark county Again on Wednesday the Scobee Williams Spoke Factory near tke iA K depot buraed together with a amoubt of material jiiled on the outside u 0 C iC 99en Prop M N Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered Free ofChar g e Your Work Solicited AgentOfficePphono 118 We can sell you a rouge for what anyone else will ask you for a common box stove C E Douglas d Co ebl68t Yaated usInLighteasynice MaCrearys New Bill Sen McOreary has introduced a bill authorizing the Court of Claims to pass a decision on the claim of Madisoi county against the United States far internal revenue taxes which were wrongfully paid by this county on div idends in the L N railway shares Tins bill Is for the relief of title county and removes the bar of the statute of limitation For retire Jndje- In the proper place will be found the announcement Judge Henry C Rice who is a candidate for reelection to the office of Judge of the Police court His past record in this capacity speaki for itself and at alt tiraesbas he obeyed conscience in the discharge of his dui ties He is one of our best known Girt zens and a democrat of the staunchest type He solicits tho support of his friends and if elected will continue to discharge the dutiss of the office with the same fidelity Farm Buyers sad Sellers can save you money spent in look ini for farms or other property if you let me know what you want and loca lion preferred 1 have property to sell in many parts of Kentucky sad in other states My list furnished on application shows you that and In it you will find a s umber of bargains If you wish to sell your property I Gait find a buyer tar it No cost to list no commission to pay till I sell Writs me and tneution CLI MAX W T Ewixc REAL ESTATE AGEXCV Harrodsbnrg Ky Gold Discovered In reference to the finding of gold in Rockcastle county the Lexington Her orld says Gold teas been discovered in the quartz in Big Hill Rockcastle county Kentucky L SI Denton of Pennsylvania now at Wildie Ky Hume Bros of Richmond Ky and C O Williams of Mt Vflrnon Ky have an interest in 2000 acres of the land on Big Hill surrounding the strike and era preparing to mine the ore Specimens of the quartz trays been suns to the Kentucky Experimental Station in this city and an assay of it has Leers made The result of the assay showed the ore contained gold Hew Oil Field The Appalachian Oil and Gas Co in drilling their second well for cas on Whiteoak struck oil last Saturday ai a depth of about 2100 feet The lease Las one well completed on it in xhich a strong pressure ot gas was struck but no oil and the company was having the second well put down with tio thought of finding anything but gas The amount of oil found iu the new well Las not yet been inadh known by rep resentatives of the company but it is evident that the new fins ill pleasing to them Estill County Herald The Irish Pawnbroker Joe W Spears commedians present fag that ever popular success The Irish Pawnbrokers Is booked tar the Grand Opera House Friday February 24 This is its fourth successful sea son and a brand new fourth edition of the big inn maker Is promised in which a consistent Btnry Is told abounding in many aninalng complica tions and mirth provoking situations This new edition la the work of that popular young farce writer Mr Seklen whose successes haya been many In the new eaition of The Irish Pawn brokers Mr SeldeB Is said to have done the best work of fate career The company numbers 25 people headed by that incomparable Irip Wtoley Rail Mack and Mule TraraiWU well and aTorably HOWB ss fire fateb eoteidy star triumvirate They are strip awwt ed by such clever artWs M Cat Yee nd Pollard the Columbian Comedy Foitr a of sweet singers John ClWinifredyftevrart lara Ida Cara sy Chad H Doll Watte Kelly Cbiw Wittrock rank J Alwarn sail bewfv CKM i Y ri it l r t I t ft- t r L i k Nows your chance for Shirt Bargains Weve just finished stock taking and find the shirt stock just twice as large as it should be and in order to cut it down quicfely weve made these very A Unusual price reductions A a 1 for 79 c i 70cts buys choice of all our fine dollar shirts in both soft and rstiff bosoms not a shirt reserved all go TJbese are th J famous Lion and Monarch brands f all bright clean icrv goods the very latest patterns and styles Be quick fcr foist piCka79CtS ft for 65Same brands an uali as the 79c lot1 bu route are sIi IY h IY rumpled in handlln gYa few shirts are Ieft tlalitrt but alloat the extremely low price of 65 cents Two tire Alums T ist Wednesday morning about ten oclock the lire department was called to Moberley avenue where one of Governor Browns cottages was discos steel to bo on fire This house was oc copied by Mr Virgil Baughman nod family and all efforts to save either house or furniture wero futile Mr Baughman has thesyinpathy of all in lossAgain on Thursday morning Jake Bronstons hone in the Dillingham addition burned with all its contents Bars College Case The Jury in the Berea College case returned a verdict of guilty and a fine of 1000 Icon John G Carlisle and Mr Mallon of Cincinnati wero here yesterday getting records in the case in order to take an appeal A motion was made to arrest the judgment but this motion was overruled The County ralr We understand from authentic source that there is a move on foot to form a stock company to glue a County Fair in Richmond in July this yeas This is in our opinion a worthy move on the part of some of our enterprising and progressive citizens A County Fair is ono of the host trade getter and town builders that n county can have and it encourages that class of people who make our town to raise finer stock finer vegetables etc and to come to Rich mond lobar tbeir goods when nothing else will We need no introduction to the meaning of the County Fair as the most of us have attended them since we were title tots and we know what they are It is to be hoped that the stock company will be successful their eilort and we for one are ready to lend a helping Land in any way possi ble to assist the ventti For Reelection la announcing for reelection to the office of City Council 1 do so with u feeling tLtit since my induction Into oflice more than a year ago my every act has bean to promote thq wolfar0 of the citizens and taxpayers of Rich mond Not a single meeting torcau cud has over been held that I was not presentto represent my constituents having for sad against overt proposition brouht bstoro 3ho Cona oil for since election two years ago Probably Fame have cause to have a different optnioa than myself on some questions that Lava COBW before that body eiacemy IB have ct vote on tioforcaehthe best interest of our city If I or other man falls to discharge his duties as an officer then fine voters should select a successor who would leaiaessly p tfora his duty The ex isnce gained d rteg the spastties me a serve the citizens of Richmond Ja the fatarci The support of every Democrat li tseeit is awl will e ap preciated sad fek tedlpleeto ta serve the pttM4e to the YSet ods JH WUty A P lliU R i f n OROWIKG IN VOLUME AND JIZE Oar Souvenir Eitisn Will Eclipse All Others It is with a pardonable degree of pride that we say that our History of Richmond and Madison County will be one of the largest and finest book of its kind ever gotten out in this state The histories of Madison coun tys industrial and agricultural enterprise have teen compiled A great many of the photographs and illustra lions have beau made and are now in the hands of the engravers Our special editor and photographer will leave for trip through the county tills week As the territory is large and there are quite a number of people whom we will not be able to interview unless we arc notified in advance we earnestly request those who are desir ous of securing pictures of their rest deuces stores or personal photcs in this history to come to this office tnd sub scribe for space This book will afford the merchants stockmen add business men one of tho best advertising medi ums they can get as it reaches the pee pie with whom they deal Some of the most able writers in this county have contributed their knowl edge of this countys history to go in this book also sumo very old historical pictures and paintings which we will reproduce and publish Below we putt lisp a partial list of some of the promi Went features that this history will contain City ot Richmond 2 pages Madison County 2 Schools of Richmond and Mad iron County a 8 Richmond Churches 2 Residences Richmond 2 Hume Cooperage Co do Elec1 Iris Light Co l Water Light Co 1 City Offlcals o Richmond 1 Police Fire Department 1 J W Zaring Grain d Mill Co a Kellogg cL Co l itate Yank ScPrust Co 1 wen McKee Jolden Flora L l Lane 4 Trata Broi J Crotchet Evans J White A Gibson J Oovington Arnold d W 8 Old ham J U E Tnrley i Richmond Telephone Co 4 US Senator McCreary C E Douglas d Co J ExGov Davit R Francis J D B Shackelford tf Wines Drue Store i G W Willgiug i Joe Tliurman Kentucky Carriage Works C A Taylor j P 3 Pope L R Vlanton i B V Elder a iw P Evans i John R Gibson Richmond Greenhouses Mahiso National Rank Jf Among tlie historical that will be represented in this history will bn found a complete history of the fa ininsEjlitl family and is le3ceidems U S Senator McCreary U S Senator W J Stnnc Ex Governor Dhvid R ClayWe n number of the handsome home of the city to aopear in this book yet ire have not secured all we want would like to have shunt twelve morq of Ibo attrtcti re residences If you have not placed your order for extra copies do so at once as IJlie de mead has been eoJargp that it t doubt ful If all who wont them can he plied unless we ara notified in advance Don t delay but do it now Fpr Lotadlmao Elsewhere in thjs terns will b i round the announcementof Mr T T toying ton for Councilman from Wei jt End precinct Dirt Covjncton is on of our best known citizens and bnsine is men He is alive to the best Interest of the town and if elected Hill make i good member of so important a bodrJf A1aEt fcr kicAreai A movement is on foot a tin a number of one enterpri ing aull sub scandal citirena to Gpvo a gfi ttfrsometime dnriaft the coming s miner at Haxhall Stock Farai A co npany has been org 8izetl Kith a spiral stoclt of 2itxil sad ererythiag Dili bs done to make the tairi success Hax hall Farm is located abpat ton toiler from town auclis easily teas id by both rtiiroad ad ike It tree one of the beet private racetcaekn to Maoaad fa the State Tire 1raa WiU e asay- s x a r tisat d t liaoocgaf Ntfibe rQaM Rr q For Chief of Police Mr L T Wilson announces in this issue his candidacy for the office of Chief ot Police of this city Mr Wil son is a fearless law ahiding citizen and if elected to this oflice will do all m Ins power to enforce the laws lib solicits the support of his meads acd fellow democrate For Magistrate Mr J D Dykes makes known in this issue of the CLIMAX his intention of runuia for reelection to the office Magistrate Boat the Richmond District Fqnire Dykes has proved himself an able officer in this capacity and the ex p rieice gained during his term of of rice Las fitted him to hold again tho same place He solicits the sup port of Wends and democrats and promises if elected to discharge Lie duties with the greatest fidelity bcrionly ll1 The many friends of Mr H h Frasa ate much grieved over his serious ill ness and at the hour of going to press theta is no improvement in his condi lion His family is very apprehensive as to bis condition Ho was removed Monday to the Henderson House where everything possible is Using done to al leviate his suffering and restore him to hourlyforgood Wows will come at an early period A Country Kid While problem plays and cynical society comedies arehaving their usual place in the production of the current theatrical season pieces of the more wholesome type continue 1o receive the unqualified endorsement of the public pearly allot the great successes on the American stage havo chiefly made bj their purity and by the dominance of call1enrtcsfsesA Country Kid stands promi cent playing all the past season to im manse business and giying universal satisfaction The production is com plete in every particular the band and orrbeitra being second to none on the road At Grand Opera House Satnr day FeLy5 Prices matinee 25 nn 2oc night 25 35 50 Art Clnb Notes The last meeting of the Art Club which was held on Feb 13th at the Elk Club Rooms was particularly in structive There were twentyseven members present which out of n inem bershlp of fortythree was notable on an afternoon when tho thermometer was hovering about zero Tho papers for tho afternoon wcro furnished by Mrs E D Hume Miss Rose Moberley and Miss Anne DeJar nett Miss DeJarnetls paper on the Pro cesses of Reproduction was both in structive and entertaining She railed attention to the three best known methods of reproducing famous pic lures for popular purchase vz En graving etching and mezzo ti ttamt gave an intelligent explanation of each method together with a description of the instruments ens loyed She also let us into the secret oI lithograph and the woodcut and was must thorough in her exposition of the entire subject Miss ISose Moberleya paper on A Few Gipat Illustrators gave evl dance troth of talent sod research Miss Moperley wee graduated last rune front Madison Institute and is an or namentjbotlraa an alurunus of the Insti ants and as a member of the Art Clnb Mrs E B Hume is always happy in her literary fITorte and her talk on Cartoonists and their work rues na exception to the rule She held the attention o the Club from first to last with her easy selfpossessed ties or words There was a suggestive LaU hour iu response to roll call which we would like to bring to the attention oftLij City Fathers The subject under dip cussing wag What the Art Club might door he ton The prevailing Dry was for a public sower for moder allots in the trimming of trees for the subrnito tton of progress ae evidenced by telephone gird telegraph wirss lteauty as evidenced by trees j aw etc The next r eeiMK wKi have se fts abjeetPalrlJt wilt Nle s 3ca1- Misskap Ilq4j Mdbff- bel lq 31 p o Special White Dress Shirts v t at 50 dls i One lot of fine white dress shirts that sold for 75c Sale t price only 50 cents t t 50c for 39c y All our lift Y cent shirts go in this sale heavy work shirts t exee fleda bites hints color ed shirts Io adosPlain nice dress effects or eve da atterns a wide a r r YbuCOVINGTON AND BANKS BIRTHS COLE News comes tram Hunting ton W Va announcing the birth ol twins to Mr and Mra JW Cole form erly of this place OLpsDir and Mrs W T Olds of Union City are happy over the birth of a ten pound son born on the I4tli and christened William Pleasant BBATHb PAUKS Mrs Lucy Parks died re Gently at her home in Lathrop Mis snort Decased was 81 years old and was the widow of Solomon Paikp who died some years ago and who tad nu merous relatives tore and in Estill countyGnsexOtis Adam Green died Sun day at noun after a continued illness at her home on tho Lancaster pike Deceased who was fortyfive years old was a member of the Methodist church md was much beloved by all who knew her The funeral services were cow ducted Monday afternoon at halt past two by Rev J W prates at the home Tier which her remains were laid to rest in the family brirying ground Besides her husband she is survived by two children Mr Everett Green ot this city and Mrs Jennie Horde of the county to all of whonftieep sympathy Is extended For Reat New six room collage and 10 acres of land Apply to 0 F Clay St Charles lintel Richmond Ky B Wag at Boonelboro William Clark a well known farmer md resident of this county shot and nsanlly killed Garfield Johnson a rcung man in his employ The trouble amuse over a settlement and after a few Lusty w reds Clark shot his victim through the heart with a revolver kill tag him instantly Johnson recently named and the affair isextrelvdeplor able Clark wont at Dace to Winch s ter nod gave hitneelf tip to the proper authorities False Reports Reports havo been sent out trout va dons places ti the effect thus the ice is all out ot the river at Ford and that mill men hay e their teams completely tided with loss including nxlb Lumber Company who have caught over u hundred logs This is a mistake as the river from Ford to Irvino is fn zen with seven inches cf Co All the logs that came down In rite tide i week ago aie jammed up at Irvine andthe units above there failed to catch any lozs at all Tho question rhlch now confronts mill men is thatof lowing out the ice and this is being undertaken by hut h Drabb at Ford It they succeed they will have no Iron GIs in saving their togs but on the ither ham should the ice go out with a tde it wll ha almost impossible to iV3 any OUt for I 0 0 f KJ H Madison Lodge No 14 L O 0 F ias had restored to it a crayon portrait of Hon Edward WTiirner Past Grand Diarist of Kentucky and a former mem her of this lodge Thfi restoration was made through the efforts of How A J- Reed of Cincinnati formerly of this city and an enthusiastic Odd Fellow DIr Reed soul a large steel engraving of himself which trill from now on adorn tho walls of the lodge room Hon E W Turner teas born in Rich nond in 1830 and received hia eduea lion at Danvile After gradnatlng rom the Louisville Law ScLool hebe Rau the practice of hie profession here In 1854 he held the office of County At- Lottiey ami from 1W to 1861 edited and published a newspaper IE this city nowa M the He illidoberi po tantpflklons among theca being that oh 0ity Judge State Senator Bffaittt of the louse ol BefreBenUitivee Me lield be oll3oe of Gmwl Dfayae of 0 Fet ows ofiKwttecky and also Grsndjtae torwe hfMMMk His diatn occuorfk MW The lede taste very proad buMaF LPproNtreaoity o spel4 arl W Twawf rind Uoo L c- 8ked itirf haq n LS WmAli A O JL OF THE GD Jb A 1 taj i If you hve not taken advantage of this sale 1 do not delay longer but come at come at m once Many of the I at still to be had x ze i- Fd Sale Will Close a fa Saturday = = Night r at 11 Oclock BIC AND AflNOID Maia Street Richmond Kyf LJ L c 1l F L Th is nothing like v t 11 I nOOUFLOUR jEvery housewife every cook knows that Good akes Rolls I Biscuits fr- jcannot be made without good Flours Out- turnsjSmill out the very best that can be had SOur process for making Flour and Meal is of Kht latest Our brands are y fElllston Patent NaturalProduct I Belle ofMadisonMADE BY THE f Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY A Y Y ffiF 7I 78S ic Autumn stocks resplend en t throughout tile store and buying en wc thusiasm much in evidence Silk drese 75Roods and fabrics in varieties ample enough to satisfy tho moot fastidious ffiOur different sect6 s keep fully abreast IE of the time The reputation acquired for supremacy in these lines is splen didly maintained this season Assort L ments are greater fabrics richer styles 71 rmore fascinating than ever Let us r ffis st to prospective buyers that they IISlt these stocks as soon as possible The visit will give them knowledge f ffioffashions best and of the vastness of ffip theseectianslivaemad for choosing F 1- ffi White and Gibson F ffi t ti ffi 7Ij ffil rr Diamonds j c Watches Crocks Cutglass I r All kinds of Jewelry- andPreciousStones rof very description 4These are some of the 1to be found at Lanos Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he c will fix them If your ring needs reBetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that can be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is welt fixed in these kind of articles L E Lane Jeweler and Optician OLD JOE WIIISKY Hand made Sour Mash VEvery drop guaran Vteen to be pure It is Vof old style Manu facture No BETTER can be found for medicinal pur I pose You want the f VVbest Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 1yearold 40 jugs 400 per gallon 1t MO bottles 35 5t ti Iugs 250 il i 6 ii bottles 3 V it JtallonOrders I VWILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery HcBrayer novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street Wire fence yCatn agent fortheoelebraied LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wiebine to purchase the best wire fence will call on or 8s J LONG ayllOMyr Richmond Ky q IN ORDER to get the great prize will give you prices on thu FENCE i Sixty Days as follows VireJli at 40 cents per rid Five toot fence 12 wires heavy 19tay at 65 cents per rod beenIIJde1 jTCOY KIRKSVILLE KY I2lnnouncementsFOR MAYOR I WearoauthorUcd to announced CLARENCE K WOODS a candidate for Mayor or Rich mond subject to the action of tho Democratic I partyVFOR CITY AI7ORSEYV EROBERTSIject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H I bJectFORCIILEFOFPOLICEV JrAfLMANthe city Of Richmond subject to the action of I the Democratic partyVr DDRVOREI oftheWe nre authorized to announce V W RAIl ofpollcethe Dcmocatlc party We are authorized to announce W IICREEKMOREacandidaiefor Chief of Police theDemocraticFOR COUNCILMAN TGOLDENthe University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEE O SHEAKER a candidate for Jailer of Hadtoncounty subject to the action of the Republics party ARB YO U iiiiiICondition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and workwell Jf Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25o Teeth Filled 50c I With Gold 1 4r lSolid Gold Teeth 4 t toot1iTheThese are Justla teeth jnd they are forhavingPlates made on Rubber or Uelnloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky r STAND I PREEMINENTLY AHEAD- of aU other stocks IN QUALITY bkeslcsland h not filled with noxious wecdi wmplcteline AlfaKa Rape Orass and Clover Seeds Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crops Vegetable and Flower Seedt SEDiL UTiCDED LOCK InronnationFREt ON R Eu Wrlt toihtc Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN IOUISVILLE JarTUQXr EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY l DICIOIfPORATIID OrthIsuthemlndanaSouthemJUln and Louisiana We can andsatisfactoryoom01unloatloriwiththepeoPit reasonablfJfP5Oe LIJJi tI= =LI HIF 1 aT V ZT1vV N MJLLEiATroRNeLTLAw hORMONE Wee n tbeurna5aDdig next deer te- rmeNMtonalBaak fc8ly A rvAN ATTORNEYITLAW JRIOHMOND KENTUCET Office over State Bank Trust Co 0p posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAtILTV ATTOPNEYBATL4W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AtCOUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store Bunsens Catarrh Cure Bunsens Catarrh Cure will positively cure catarrh or money relunded If you are troubled with catarrh hay fe ver or cold in the head give Buneens Catarrh Cure a trial It cleanses soothes and heals the diseased mem branes and positively effects a cure Price 50c Every bottle warranted Ask B L Micldelton for free sample and pamphlet on catarrh fob for Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 featV For particulars call at this office oct26tf The Time Will Come When the Advice of This Man Will Help You Very few Richmond people aro entirely free from backache It does not take much to derange the kidneys A little cold a strain stooping positions or hard work overtaxes those delicate organs and many aches and pains promptly follow A Cleveland Ky man tells yon here how every kidney ill can be relieved and cured Read about it- Abe Gum Jr of Cleveland Ky Madison county writes I was laid up In bed with my back and kidneys for a number of days I could not stand up straight and walked about all bent over I got a box of Doan Kid ney Pills and at the end of two days was able to go about They got me out of bed at once and I take delight in praising them They did me more good than anything else I had ever triedPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price flOe Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other feb Tax List continued Bena Chas 1 lot 7 65 Biggerstaff Jas 1 lot 535 Black Jas Sr 2 lots 5 00 Blythe Bettie lot 5 5o- Bly the Wm 1 lot c 5o- Blj the SoIl lot 535 Bronston Geb I lot 7 o5 Bronston Jacob lot 475 Burgin Martha hrs 1 lot 4 9o- Burnam Alice 1 lot 7 2o- Burnam Chas Hot 5o Agent Jno C Burnam 1 lot 5 oo Burton Belle u r 1 lot 2 5o 55ChenaultClay Lizzie 1 Jot 2o 65 Coviugton Sarah hrs 1 lot 4 35 Cochran Sarah hrs 1 lot lo 15 Cornelison Ed 1 lot 5 90 Crutcher Nancy lot 435 Crawford Laura 1 lot 4 35 Craig Henry 1 lot 5 j0 451DouthettEmbry Marlah n r 1 lot 3 oo Etnbry Julia A 1 lot 4 35 Estill Robt n r 1 lot 8 2o Estill Tenia 1 lot 3 2o Fife Mary Allot 4 80 Fife Sarah 1 lot 4 35 Fisher Easter 1 lot 2 Co Francis Wm I lot 5 75 Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 5 50 375HarrisHisle Andy 1 lot V I 5 go Hill Nathan Hot 5 35 Haines Allie M n riciot 055 Irvine Joe 1 lotcC 7 05 5oJacksonJohnson Casa lVlOt 6 05 Jones Richard nrl lot 435 CoMartinMartinAbner 3lotSV 535 GJMason 75Massle 0oMillerMiller T B and wife 1 lot 4 35 Campbellbrsl 3 Oo QOHandy 2oPoland SoPirksDoPhelpsJ 7Ohelps320RiceUeoRice Belle aagent for Donahue 75Ibbinson BoJhodes435Sliepherd 90Shepherd 95Smith550SmdlwoodChasll 535toneStone Irene lot v 435 9oTeviVCawallbt L KILL COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WTlrOrKings Discovery FOR ON Ie I OUfiHSMd JOLbS trie- 50c4100 111 FrwTrkl LTVIt VOrOtY lDd4uwt 7lIJ Jp Ii t Tod JOJri j ft 85 Toiibl1BerI Jot i 535 Tribute Wary i10tJ4d9Tribblet Most ent Jotea Trib blellot 7 c 490 TribbleJohn IlenrySoscrea 4 75 Turner Dan lire Hot Cxxx Turley Mary and Alice 1 lot 4 80 Tye Wm 1lohc 535 Tribune Mary nV2 lots iTbo Walker 1 lot 4 35 Walker Eobtliot 1 P Walker Susan 1 lot 3 2o Walker Ed 1 to 765 WalkerThoahrsV 435 Wellg Nelson ti lotU 0 6 85 White DavId iloV 4 35 White Rose Hot 3 2o White Jas Sri lot 465 White Narcisl lot 5 6q Willis Edna t iotV i 3V iIVWinkfleld Millie Hot B pS Yates Maggie 1 lot 550F- 6TTO Kb 2 Benlon Jordon 25 acrea 6 Eo Chenault Wyatt 1 acre 3 85 Chenauif Dean 24 acres C 5o Ohenault Jas 1 acre 4 15 Chonault Sam 2 acres 3 95 Chenault Chas n r 8 acres 32o ChenauU John 2 acres 4 75 Chenault SUlUter7 acres 4 75 Chenault Len 2o acres 5 9o Chenault Lstcher 7 acres 4 75 Cosby Simon 1 acreo 415 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 oo FoC Amanda 1 nero 2 3p Jones Perry 2o acres 5 9o Jones Rachel 12 acres A ti5 Langford Amos 4 acres 5 9o Mitchell Mary hrs 22 acres 435 MillerSamnr2ztcresV 3 75 Smith Hurrett 6 acres 3 80 White Andy 5 acres 4 75 UNION NO 3 Ballew Frank hrs 15 acres i Sop Covin lon Kobtraere 5 35 Collins Jerry 1 acre 4 oo Doty Chris 1 acre 4 15 Dontbet Marthy 2 acres 3 2o Estill Dollie 1 acre 2 60 Hatter Agio 1 acre 2 69 VHocker 4 75 Mayo Lea der 1 acre 415 Miller June Bacres 9 5o- Parrish Geo 3 acres 415 Pinksten Rachel lo acres 3 2o PinkstflnMorace acres 4 15 Reed Tobitha 6 acres 3 2o Robinson Mary 25 acres S76 Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 60 ELI4STON NO4 Ballew Jake 4 acres 475 Bates Patsey hrs 3 acres v 2 4o Bates Steven B 18 acres 0 C 5o- lirowing Robt 1 acre 2 75 Butler Thos 1 acre 4 lo Crocket Henry nr 3 acres 2 Co Coyington Howard hrs 2 acres 2 75 Dillingham Arch 7 acres 5 35 Dunson Geo 10 acres 385 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 475 Francis Win 2 acres 4 15 Goodloe Mary nr 2o acres 4 35 26pIrvineJackson Simon 2 acres lo- Kavanaugh Jerry 8 acres 3 95 Maurin Mary 1 acre 3 2o Oldham Aarriet 8 acres 3 2o Parks John 2 acres 4 15 Phelps Fannie 23 acres 4 4o Royston Angeline15 acres 55o Todd Rhodes 01 acres 7 o5 Watts Frank 8 acres 5 oo Yates Taylor lo acres 475 YATES KO 5VBuford Geo 3 acres 475 Chenault Roy 5 acres 6 35 Cornelison Howard 32 acres 7 Oo Harris H and Tabitha 1 acre 2 75 Hocker Rebecca 26 acres 4 9o Maupin Chas 1 acre 385 McCord Joshua 2o acres 0 05 Thomas Henry 12 acres 5 lo White Semira 5 acres 3 bo Yates Henry hrs 21 acres 4 9o GiJDEcO0- BallardFredlacre t 15 Ballard Lidia 1 lot 6 po Best Elijah 15 acres 516 Bennett Will n r 2 acres 2 Oo Bennett Ike 1 acre 115 Ballard Howard 1 lot 4 To Brooks Humphry 1 acre t t 5 35- Bronaujli Nancy J 0 acres Rio Burnafil Chas JG acres f o5 Burnam James 0 acres t o Campbell Amanda 1 aero 8 So Campbell Cora 3 acres B 55 Campbell Gree 1 acre 5 3S Chambers Ben Nacres 7 ob1 Denham Jerry l3 acres 5 9o- DIggs Sidney 13 acres 6 35 Elmore JohffO acres Ii 75 Ealey Dan 2 acres 475 Farris Millie1 anre 2 5o Farris John 4 acres 8 85 Fife Harry lnctesr J o5 Francis Sam 1 acre 4 75 Gentry Sam 18 acres fl Uo Haley America 1 acre rUo- Hood Nathan Hot 475 opMartinMartin Lewis 3 acres S9o VMartinMiller A C n r 1 lot 2 Co Miller Smith 5 acres 35 Miller Isaac i dcre 3 75 Newland Dan 1 acre i 4 5o Parks John Fiacre 4 Patum Frank 1 acre i i 4 d Rash Wm JG acres 6 5o Rice Sallie lot 2 7o Rice Perry 1 lot 4 75 dliearer John adm of Mariam Shearer 12 acres G TO Miss Agnes Westiey 816 Wells Street Marin lUVfis 8l6Well feet MAsrsxTTE WH 8CphI25 1903- Iwasall run down front uervous resignlayfotmd gaiinngnth I fQarduigood medicine for tip ills of our begaiUsing ntbOtteand a1haomditkJatampleuedf9 AGNES VESTLET w WIIj cuma1OtbottICaMi ofVVV- jbedbird Wi acka IIBJackDni ds- WVE ifF iROOI iiIIfQ o o i f Beautiful ThoughtsWiesweet jmrej the esuve of ence nndiiealt- hnoths yel ling for children is in biefromnlc4ieof thebcautiful and it fcoovea Vy1y woman to bring the svreefest and best influence to bear on 1iernatcrnityVjrelieve easy that p again Mbthexs Friendpopularly used It is a liniment easily administered and for external use only remedyitnatures term of su fpense andanticipation riothers Friend if used throughout therebypreventingnuscles relax become l and elastic from its ontinued application J All1ibres region will respond readily to the expanding cover containingtheeibxyoift1othersiriendis Of nllreliablc t1xtggists 100 per bottled Write for free Ixjok on II notherhood THE BRABFIELD REGULATOR ATLANTA 6A Shearer Beard acre 8 35 Simpson Silasadm Eliza John son 1 acre 2 80 Tevisjllenry Si acres 03 35 Tribble Troy 4 acres 4 6fT Warner Robt I acre i 4i7i5 Walker John lot 4 75 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 65 Walker PeterD acres 5 35 West ovcy 1 lot 3 2o White Wm 4 acres 535 Wllmore Geo7 acres 5 35 V KirJtSVIILE NO 7 Brooks Jack 1 acre i 415 Campbell Ediia 2 acres V82oCousins Irvinu 92 acres 35oo Denny Geo ndinr oi Martha Denny 23iicres loo5 Duerson Taylbr 1 acre 4 05 Diirson Harr 17 cres 8 20 Elmore MaryiS acres i T435 Embry Wyaji 10 acres boo Floyd Mitch ii 2 acres C 59o Haines Geo 4 Maroline 75 acres 21 15 Iloilinsworth Bele 1 acre 5 56 Miller Sam 6acresV 6 In Paterson Nancy 1 acre v2Go Prewitt Geo ft John 2 acres 2 Co Richardson Henry nr 1 lot 4 35 S hoolerWinI acre 465 Turner Tom 8 acres v 5 9o Turner SamjC acres 535 3JJLIION NO 8 Bates Milled 3 acres 4 15 Gogie Jason 1 acre v 4 75 Broaddue Pfal hot 8 95 Fife Chas 23 acres T 895 File Irvine t8 acres 8 26 Green Loyd 4 acres ji v 4lo JonesWSIIot 7 4115 Mundy Tobe 1 lot 415 Mundy Easter 1 lot 3 2o Mundy Joel 1 lot J 4 10 Park Mat 1 ncre 385 Reynolds Harry 2 lots 2800Simpson GMO 1 acre 3 85 Turner Irvine 2o acres 5 Oo Warren Irvine 1 acre 3 95 Warren Get 4acres 4 75 Warren Geo 3 acres 2o- AVillis Ike acresV v 42o 4 Tax JL st Taxes due on the following propir1yfor year 1 90 J White List RICHMOND DISTRiCT itO 1 Brooks Hannie hot 11 acres 18 48 BrooksJJnr8 lots 8 Do Columbian Finance Trust Co 9lotsV i Ooo Duncan Chanault k Stonei lot j88110 i 4 16 Parley Win L Hot 5 3o Green Mastin heirs 84 acres 2o lj Hacker T G heirs 1 lot Yco Harrison 0 H n r 10 lots i lo 25 Keller Mis Ed n r 1 lot lo 25 ilcJIobonPat heirs Hot 8 75 Milieri D 1 lot li 85 MllIIlI Lydia J 1 lot 4 2 Ooj VVV Colored List nitlptoxu DisiniCr olAllfoni Eiijah lot Ci Oo Ballard jnce i lot 07 gfl85- Benna Charley bat 1 lot 2 Go BigRerstaffi James 1 lot 475 Blythe Ijvine i lot 4V 5 8a Boggs Tlj brans 1 lot 475 Breck Bijrgoyne i lot i lo7S Breck Riijhard Sr 1 lot s lo 23 40iBurgineilartha heirs llot 033 E W tt 31 Embry lot 2 lo GhenaultjtTobo nrl Iqi 4 So ChenaultJ Emily 1 lot 25 acres 880 IClny Sun 1 lot v v C 25 CobbVallotCovingh4nSaralij 425I lot So Julia A 1 lot 4 So Einbry Sjiarlah Hot r V 2 Co Estill RL and Mary 1 lot oi 9 25 EsUIln tLn r i r 2 65 Estill Tijnal lot IJV jFqS- Fislier ijasterl lot 2 lo- FifeMayE1 jot j V Vir 4 30 HallUeirge 3 lots r V f59 Harris ijen lot v p o 815HillJulnso Richard 1 lot YT fri 75 Jackron Bettie heirs 1 lot r fc 3 15 Jarman Robert blot 9ij Lindsey JJ F nrl lot r4a0 Matthei a Kannie 1 lot v 2 65 Martin Lbner4 acres Boo Martin irvine 1 Tot 4 acres 715 MItchel Mary bal 1 lot f v 3 96 MUler arriE0ht Dii rlot 4 Miller jdn Lucy MUI Caere 2 75 Miller Caroline and L Miller i265 Miller 1ios ait EWpewpb lL llp ji 65 Munce lotIOw- eUs 2 65 Green 1 lot rf f 5 9o Parks jorgta Ann 1 lot vv4 80 Phelps gena 1 lut s 415 CRiceP1 ip1lo 815 Rice Sllis JMrissiit hot FJ Rhode Jaweilllot 5 Sbepp lil Ckrl 8l lot i if 5 38 Smith ff Qwarc1rL 8 65 wnelrtery l1ot s M Stcne JetJrvue 4 4 75 F- TombUUestyilot 1rtbb 6 Tribb Thbb rrll 1IhJJ 0 3f i VTi CHAfKMlO WITH WiORTAQiE Shtrjff Resigned dWa Arrested By His Deputy Hazard Ky Feb iCrMondar toornlng Shqrift E H Coraett handed his resignation to County Judge Er ersole and It is alleged fled to escape arrest 5jr bondsmen for the embezzlement otr v I- DeputySsberirt Ornbs Is now on his way backf11azai1 wyj ornett In- his custody Cornetts allege t hort gft followed the failure to obtain his qufetua from the stat uaudjtor ii December Ills bondsmeKhoWeve iimmealateli came to Corns IeSCUQ and put up the 2700 necessary to get tHI quietus which he secured Just fri the nick of time to execute his bond as the law prescribes that a sheriff must have ofi tamed his quietus und produced it in open court on tho first Monday In January The bondsmen say they will piosccute him to the fullest extent of the law STREET ASSESSMENTS The TenYear Plan For Payment Held To Be Valid Frankfort Ky Feb 15The court of appeals in the case of city of Lex ington vs Smith Bowman decided a question of great importance to Cov ington Newport and all the cities of the second class A Lexington ordl nance provided for street Improve ments on a plan giving the abutting property owners ten years In which to pay their part of the cost Bowman made two payments and then refused to pay more on tho ground that tho ordinance was not valid Five years eiapsed before suit was filed and he then pleaded limitation The court here holds that the ordinance Is valid and that Bowman can not be allowed to plead limitation after making two payments on the tenyear plan TOBACCO UNSOLD Owingsville Is Fllled With Disap pointedFarmers Owingsville Ky Feb HThis town Is filled with disappointed farmers who had turned their faith to the Burley Tobacco Growers association More than 3000000 pounds of tobacco are yet unsold In this county because Qf tho association and it Is thought the farmers will lose more than 10 000 worth The same condition also exists in Fleming county Judge J H Bowden Stricken Russellville Ky Feb ISJudge James H Bowden a leading lawyer has been stricken with paralysis and owing to his age it is thought that he will not survive Ho served one term on the superior court bench when that branch of the court was in existence Want New Armory at Owensboro Owensboro Ky Feb HThe local company of state guards will make an appeal to the fiscal court at its next meeting for an appropriation for a new armory The company will be reor ganized 6n Wednesday night and new officers will be chosen Big Ice Gorge ML Sterling Ky Feb 14Zerd weather has caused a serious aspect lu the Ice gorges in the Kentucky river Telephone messages from the district Between Beattyvllle and Irvine Estell county shows there are over 1500 men working to break the gorge and save the logs Planing Mill and Factory Burned Warsaw Ky Feb IGTho plan lag mill and furniture factory of JH Daniels Son Co of this place was destroyed by fire catching from the boilers The loss is about 25000 on which there Is no Insurance The factory employed hands Soiling Cigarettes To Children Covlngton Ky Feb IGThe report of the grand jury created a sensation when it was announced that they had found 34 indictments against JJertOnS wbo are alleged to have sold cigar ettes to school children DRLANDMANV Hi elOf ldon Wednesday F b8905- Vi r DSH7AL STTSGBRY DT1atte t L0DSO1 DESUST OF LOUISVILLE Ky BuIldtngIChmSndnovl7ly c M Blanton 5 mENTIi ayOfflce lu llenuettlluhldlngV IJanly TELEPHONE 196 StrayedVA black steer weight about 600 Ibs Liberal reward for return of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky We have never shown n larger stock of Carriages flurries Buggies und runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wiil payyou to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nnn tiers at moderate prices The best rub her tire applyed and guaranteed ifpr one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 8L MidkiftVlPdoi B 1 0 SW Historic and Picturesque Route to NEWV YORH via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all FirstclassTickets 1 Elegant Vestibuled Trains and all of them daily H 1PlllnllUlilraObservaUc ialoMt i8ff oarsV ompanys ow diking ear reVMeatv ls keftrtM 1Be CtIMi i A1MiiyitalR8 pwri JfcrryV tePotoir- iyM the JatfOlial c d or raW tim oftra f3ArlJ8t etc u ii i y- io1teDt OTSd4S iZ e p tiI VOMo j IVcI DdBlill Kidney P k Free Afnll 5w box ot DeBell Kidney Pile wilt be sept tp any sufferer on request They are the positive cure lathe world for kidney troublaanil we wantydn to try them Send tor a box today absolutely free C W Begfcs SOuR Co 3838 Union Park Place Chicago Ill Im grafting wax made now will save UmeofmaTiingitlna more hurrying eeEonV A Costly Mistake Blunders are some tunes very expensive Occasionally life itself is the price ofa mistake but youll never be wrong if yon take Dr Kings New Life Pills for dyspepsia dizziness headache liver 01 bowel troubles They are gen tleVyet thorough 25c at R C Stock tonVdmg store Irn F7or Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars callon oiad dress The Climax Pririlirigr Co Richmond Ky1J No1No3 No5 No6No7 No8No cojitalnIng6rooms I mond Ky Lot aIMbarn Price 1000 less than original cost Two nice residences near Matn street and onlyi three squares from conrt house A more desirable location an ideal home could not befound- These residences will be sold ata bar gain 5120 will buy a good town lot 4Qx200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other oulbuOdt lags Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other im provements In fine locality Price 2500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection withKo8 Price No 10 No11ci No14h No 16 A No 17 N U8 No 19I No No 23 NO 2 No 2 No 27 n28- t No 30 No 34 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each ood cottage in firstclass condition sterd etc Price 500 lot suitable for business ouse can bo bought cheap four room cottage and seven acres of lend five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard nnd crape arbor nil necessary ont buildings This property is situated in n thriving vlllige where churches anti schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences in Richmond containing eight rooms andcellnr In best portion of city Lot 90x250 feet Price I2603 A twostory residence in rood neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 nice residence for anyone desir ng an Ideal home One of the best constructed buildings in Richmond well Improved Price 2200 netghrMce residence on a 4acre lot con tamIng seven rooms and two situated in host residence portion of city Stable coal honst and all other necessary out build lags A great bargain for anyone desiring nice home ehthtIall In grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There is on this land a small residence and other necessary outbuilding Locality best in county AndersonIlog ix 3 stories covered with iron built S vesTs alt Steam and water thelatter three months of the RollerMmbolt acres with the mill includ ing whAt is with the house of 5 rooms All forfl 0 or5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also n Mbnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate in every particular and good dwelling with improvements and M acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 0000 InIplace leaving decree on one sIde with 2story Aroom house aud oranges t eacte perirs plums grapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums napesJetc or the 6 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwel inz containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuildings Brat location in Richmond for boarding house Wrt 31usacres Mercer county farm In2o0 of pike 5 room 2storr house 2 tenant housts large barn abundant water 7000 TJn 32S00acreslnlmiiesof Herrodsbnrg 10 rOOm brick residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 163 per acre countyHOresidence excellent barn fine running Water Price 85 an acre As good as any land Nice twostory residence on one of the principal residence streets of Nice Yard garden and liargaluPriceOOC One tract ot mineral landrin Lee countyonthewatetsfif Kentucky riTer 4 miles below within 90 feet of railroad Said S tract contains 400 acres of land more or less Wilt sell out right Iease or exchange for improved farm land anywhere in tho State of Kentucky Tills land contains the very best theBenttyvinelocation for coke ovens foundries etc Will sell at a bargain ir dis particulars 905 The Popular J905 Big 4i1wayLinesin moneybeenperfection ana their equipment In eludes everything of the best and latest designs Through Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in the heart ot Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York v Trains leave Cincinnati fllorning Noon and Nlht for the above and many other Cities matinpf direct con nections with nil railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed information call at Ticket Office Injit1sBuIldhlg Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address AgtjEXecrsGeaSouthern Cincinnati Ohio Wl Srawlty Tray Pass Agent Chaltanoot Tenn ++++CALLA+tt JONES MERSH0 NISI SALOON PARLOR WHEW W TOWN Cootest aacl most refreshing of drinks thatca i be fond la thectr are dispensed Vbycit anti accommo duiioo o Waf Keft M 8T 1I1I1i IllhllawrlD SeeoiidSt ai 511 a this ia Dn I c iIV7 J D Arbuckle 0 E Douglas G D Simmons An Announcement to the Publicr Jt ir rr T byeEJDoufirnCoTheabove persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old standV t We want to sao to the public that we now have our i stock complete We have received a car load of fenuinetFrost Coiled Spring Steel WireVa car load of the bestAVagons made The Stuclebaker a car load of Olympic DiaiangesW- ewadt to further say that we buy most of our wire wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will come t see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or less than you will pay for inferior goods Seeing is beleivin Come in and you will believe what we have to say Tinwoik and Guttering and Spoutingwe make a specialty of Would be pleased tl have you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours cIE DoOIusV Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESvia o Illinois Central Railroad g NEW ORLEANS and return account Mardi Gras March I to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and the 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your attention tll ur lino of Enamel Ware We have this Ware in several colors but we Ie pecially want to can IIur attention to ourlineof im ported White Steel China Ware Which we are during the HolidaysV 1seilinr at a Reduced Price BB ShoeVeHord fo II r I li =JlJIt Supplement Judge Beatons Opinion The opinion delivered by Judge Benton in the Berea College Ca e pending in the Madison Circuit Court is such important oneand has attracted so much attention that we publish it infull The beneficent results which Judge Benton predicts will follow from a cheerful acquiescence by the College in the Day Bill are already being seen in the College No negro students are attending this year but the College has the largest enrollment it has ever had Students are beingjconstantly turned off for lack of accommodations and many oitizensof Madison county who have heretofore been unwilling to patronize the school are this year sending their children there Berea College is a rich institution and if this Day Bill is upheld the friends of the bill contend that it will be the greatest and most useful institution of learning in the South We hope this viewis correct The full text of the opinion is as follows MADISON CIRCUIT COURT COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY h Plaintiff j VsOPINION BEREA COLLEGE Defendant At the October Term 1904 of this court the Grand Jury found and turned and indictment against the dot fendant Bores College charging itt with a violation of a law passed at the session of 1904 of the General As sembly of Kentucky which law is commonly Bill and followstis entitled as An act to prohibit white and color ed persons from attending the same first section of the act pro vides That it shall be unlawful for any person corporation or asso elation or persons to maintain or operate any college school or institution where persons of the white and negro races are both received as pu pUs for instruction and any person or corporation who shall operate or maintain any such College school or institution shall be fined 100000 and any person who may be convict ed of violating the provisions of thisa act shall be lined 10000 for each day they may operate said school col lese or institution after such convic tionThe fourth section of the act provides that Nothing in this act shall be construed to prevent any private school college or institution of learning from maintaining a separate and distinct branch thereof in a different locality not less than twenty five miles distant for the education exclusively of one race or color The indictment in this case wan found under the first section of the act To the Indictment the defendant college has interposed a demurrer and in the argument upon the demur rer counsel or the defendant luveYigt orously assailed the validity of the act urging with much force that It contravenes several of the provis- Ions of the Bill of Rights contained 1 in the state constitution and also the first section Of the Fourteenth Amend ment to and possibly some otherI provisions of the Constitution of the United States In addition to these of sn criticisms oi stance some technical the Indictment are offered which wll be first considered and disposed of be fore the more serious objections tc 2 the indictment are discussed thrIIt Is suggested that conceding validity of the act the indictment if not Tr perly drawn to cover any Of fenie defined in the act This criti cism is not well founded The act makes It unlawful for any corporation to maintain or operate a college school or Institution where persons oft the white and negro races are reeivod as pupils for Instruction and this Indictment In almost the exact language of the act charges that Berea College being a corporation and owning maintaining institutiontschool andting a college I of learning known as Beren College located in the town of Derea Madl- son County Kentucky did unlawful ly and wilfully permit and receive both the white and negro races as pupils for instruction In said college school and institution of learning The fair meaning and intendment is that the defendant of this language theandIn one received both races same college located in the townpfI Berea It does not require n very fortlent stretch of udlclal knowledge could the court to know that there branch not be a separate or distinct much as twenty of the college as colthe main five mlles distant lege and yet be in BereaIThe suggestion Is made that is defective because indictmentthebly thatstate it does not expresslY not come withindoesdefendantthe the exception made by section four of is notallegation the act Such an necessary In the case of Comth vs McClanahan two Metc 8 oUt Court of Appeals said that where provisos settledIt is well indistinct and exceptions are contained clauses it iaDOl neeBSrT Indictment that theIn theto aver defendant dOes not come within the exceptions or to negative the pro Tlsos it contains It is the opinion of the court there commission of the offence ore that a sought to be reached by the Indictment is sufficiently alleged The court Is further of the opinion that the defendant College Is direct ly affected by the act in question is in n nosl and that it therefore tion to properr raise the cbnstitU tional questions which arise wider the tact It Is forcibly urged by the counsel for the defendant as before stated that the act wiiier consideration not 7onlY violates nuny of the provisions ftbe Bill of Rghts contained in the C nstltutlon of Kentuc1cy but that is so violates th3 first section of the Fourteenth Amendment to and poss bly other sections ot the constitution of the United States The sections of the Dill of Rights which it is urged this act violates are those which secure to all cItizens tile right of cnjoyinl and defending their the right of w hiping Al Eighty God according to thedlctatcs- of right of their consciences the aeekingald puriiulng t4eirsa ty and right of freely corn OTunlcatingtheli thoughts and opin Ions the right If acqulingnnd protecting propertJ lind the to freely and fily speak write and print cn lIhe 1121 attel1Uoi1 subject tit Court Is t tq THE RIHMONB constitujtionguard against transgression of the high powers which we have delegat ed we declare that everything In this Bill of Rights is excepted out of the- general powers of government jjnJ shall forever remain inviolate and all laws contrary thereto or con trary to this constitution shall be roid If the act under consideration can upheld It must be upon tho ground its enactment by the Legislature was a legitimate and proper exercise of the police power of the state by that department of the State Govern mentAt first blush it may seem that sec 2G of the constitution just quoted Intended to take away from the Legislature the power to exercise this police power in all cases where the exercise of It would impair or tend in any way to impair or infringe any of the rights guaranteed by the Dill of Rights That section 20 how ever is not peculiar to the present constitution of Kentucky It is found in the first second and third constI- tutions of the State which were adopted respectively In 1792 1799 and 1S50 so that to give that section the meaning for which the defendants counsel contend would place the Legislature of Kentucky with reference to Its power to exercise the states police power in a position peculiar to this state and which condi must have existed since the for matlon of the original state govern mentThe court is of the opinion that section 26 of the constitution docs not deprive the Legislature of the power to enact such measures as come fairly and legitimately within the exercise of the police power which is inherent in all state governments That right exists as fully in Kentucky as it does in any other state in the Union The right not dependent for its existence upon express constitutional sanction Where the letter of the constitution would prohibit police regulations which by all the principles of coast tutional government have been recog nized as beneficent and permissible restrictions upon the individual liber ty of action such regulations will ipheld by the courts on tne ground the framers of the constitution could not possibly have intended to deprive the government of so salutaiy power and hence the spirit of the constitution permits such legislation although a strict construction of the letter prohibits Tiedemans Limi tations of Police Powers P 212 All authorities agree that the con jtitution presupposes the exlstenc of the police power and is to be con strued with reference to that fact Hares American ConstItution aw 766- The court will not attempt in thl opinion to take up seriatim the var ious sections of the state constitution or of the constitution of the United States relied upon by the defendant and discuss the bearing of each hem on the legislation which is no assailed by the defendant but befort the opinion closes several decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States and of the state courts oi last resort and the views of eminent writers will be cited wherein the olico power of the state governments its extent and application and the effect upon it of such constitutional provisions as are relied upon by defendants counsel have been fully discussed The first section of the Fourteenth Amendment to the constitution of the United States reads as follows All persons born or naturalized a the United States and subject to he jurisdiction thereof are citizens f the United States and of the state wherein they reside No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or Immunities f citizens gf the United Statcsinor hail any state deprive any person of life liberty or property without due process of law nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws The argument presented by defendants counsel in support of their con ration that the Day Bill contravenes the inhibitions found In the first section of the Fourteenth Amendment may be summarized as follows FlrstIt would abridge the priv lIeges and immunites of citizens of the United States- A The trustees of the corpora tion their privilege to expend their own money and their labor in the establishment and na n nacce of a private institution for a worthy object would be abridged B Each and every teacher In the United Stateshis or her right to pursue in Kentucky the innocent and laudable occupation of teach ing would be abridged- C Each and every person In the United States his or her right to seek Instruction elevating In character whenever he or she sees fit and upon invitation voluntarily to associate in so far as it may be necessary for the purpose oU receiv- Ing an education with any person of good moral character with whom he may so desire to associate SccondBy its enactment the state of Kentucky would seek to deprive persons of their liberty and property without due process of sw A Teachers Tia rigtte ers cauvln 5 la tha psrsait oJ i laii ful calling not interferes riti ih rights ot others a property Tight B Pupils The right to prepare onesselrto earn a livingby seeking an education where the opportwil ty offers and none objects to- presencea hi property right C The Trustees The right U establish and maintain a school a j1ipertrZht r il D The CollegeBy rendering some of Jts donations subject to forfeiture a direct pecuniary loss would be sustained ThirdBy its enactment the state of Kentucky would seek to deny per sons within Its jurisdiction of the equal protection of the laws Tim court Is of the opinion that tile validity of tho act of the Legislature which is being considered and the consequent determination of the questions raised oy the defendants demurer depended wholly upon the ques tion as to whether the action of the General Assembly in passing the actI in question was a legitimate and prop er exercise of the internal police pow er which is the inherent right of all states The idea which influenced the Leg islature to pass the act must have been that the association whether voluntary or involuntary of persons ol uegrojind white races In the intimate relation which could reasonably be expected to follow from their being received together as pupils to be edu cated in the same institution at thp same place and at the same time was inimical and detrimental to the public peace and morals and hurtful to society If such a view on the part of the Legislature was a reasonable one the legislation in question cat not be held to be an unwarranted ex ercise of the police power The real question Is vas the possible danger to the public peace morals and to the welfare of society from such an association so obvious that the Leg islature could reasonably anticipate a such Manager and therefore be war ranted in taking this step to avoid It This act dies not prevent the teachers In Berea College from exer cising their jlllrig even In that insti tution Their cailjng Is teaching Not withstanding act they can tend at all tl iIaHdat all places except frrteachingtion where members of both races are received together as puplIsdNo boy or girl Is to go to schcol The two races aretsimply prohibited from going school together The Trustees are not prohibited from establishing and maintaining schools If they want to establish and maintain a school for the colored youth they can do it and if they at the same limo want to establish and maintain a school for the white youtht they can do It but if one school be a branch of or connected with tbe other they must be twentyfive miles apart The Trustees are prohibited simply from establishing and main taining a mixed school for the educa ion of the two races The exerclso of the calling of those who teach the right ot the students and the right of the college to acquire and protect its property must all sub nit to such reasonable regulations as are deemed poper by the legislature In the exercise of the police power of the state Due process of the law and the law of the land are synonymous and the police power Is a part of the law of the land It cannot be said therefore that the exercise of the police powert is a taking of property process of law Justice Bradley in 111 U S 746 said The right to follow any of the com mon occupations of life is an inalien able rifht It was formulated as such under the phrase pursuit of happi ness in the Declaration of Independ ence which commenced with the fun dam ental proposition that all men are created equal that they are en dowed by their creator with certain Inalienable rights and among these are life liberty and pursuit of hap piness This right Is a large ingre lent in the civil liberty of the cHi zen Further he said- I hold that the liberty of pursuit the right to follow any of the ordin ary callings of UCeis one of the privileges of a citizen of the United States Justice Peckham in 1C5 UI3 580 after referring to these statements of Justice Bradley said The foregoing extracts have been jade for the purpose of showing what general definitions have been iven in regard to the meaning of theI word liberty as used in the amend Dent but we do not intend to hold hat In no such case can the state exI ercise its police power When and how far such power may be legitlI mately exercised with regard to thesf subjects may be left for determina tion to each ease as It The constitutional guaranty is that no person shan be deprived of life liberty or property without a due process of law but a valid exer else of tho police power does not de prlve any person of life llbortyor property without due process of lawI State vs Holden 14 Utah 718 Chief Justice Shaw ot Massachu setts In the ease ot Commonwealth vs Alger 7 Gush 85 said Rights of property like all other social and conventional rights are subject to such reasonable 11mitatlonsI in their enjoyment as them from being injurious and to such reasonable restraints and reguI lations establislic by law as islatures under the governing and controlling power vested in them by the constitution =ay think necessary 2nd expedient Tina is very different from the right of eminent domain the right of a government to takeI and appropriate private property to public use whenever the public exit gency requires Itwhlch can be done only on condition of providing areas onable compensation therefor The power we allude to is rather the lic powerthe power vested in theI Legislature by the constitution to make ordain and establish all man ner of wholesome and reasonable laws statutes and ordinances either with penalties or without not repug nant to the constitution as they shall Judge to be for the good and welfare of the Commonwealth and of the sub jects of the same Is much easier to perceive ahl realize the source of this power thin to mark Its bounda ries or to prescribe limits to its ex ercise1 The constitutional guaranties that no person shall be deprived of life liberty or property without due prr cess of law clp not limit and were not Intended to limit the subjects upon which the police power of a state may be lawfully exerted for these guaranties have never been construed as icing incompatible with the principle Jequally vital because so essential to peace and safety that all lit this country is held under tho implied obligation that the owners use oj shall not be injurious to the cojnmunlty22 A E Ency of Law 2 ed 937 The Supresae Court In Powell YD Pennsylvania 2T US 678 says It is scarcely sary to say that if this Oleomargarine Statute statuutan exercise of the the state for the protecUoiLoftbehealtk of the peopU Innd for of fraud it Is not incarziMet with the Fourteenth AnwwSHH t Sw to tea isttlsd dec trtaa or this iec =rt tu govera issst 4 Msaitocd for tha parpose IUIt the pu1t- He tofeltk hk3b1lc moralS It cunwt 41veet1f 01 the porecto provide rU ae object M tfc Ute rttrAm4ImeatW Ret designed te re pewer i J p 1 by the states Counsel for the defendant propound this question- Is it competent for the Legislature to deny the freedom of speech merely because the audience consists of persons of different colors or differ ent races when the words spoken and the lessons read or recited are entire ly free from objection Similar questions were propounded by Jus tic Jarlan in his ion In the case of Plessy vs Ferguson 163 U S 537 and the answer given by the majority of the court to such questions then furnisha complee answer to the questions now propounded by defend ants counsel The majority of the court said to Justice Harlan The reply to all this is that every exercise of the police power must be reasonably and extend only to such laws as are enacted in good faith and not for the annoyance or oppression of a particular class The constant and dally association of the members of the two races must have been deemed by the Legislature to be the source of danger and that Is manifestly what was Intended to be prevented by the adoption of this statuteCounsel for defendant suggest that that to sustain the validity of this legislation as a proper exercise of the police power the court must know outside of the statutes and outside of the indictment that the operatlonf and maintenance of such a school is detrimental to the public peace health morals or safety The answer to this suggestion Is that such rule does not obtain and has never been required in the cases growin out of what are commonly known as Separate Coach Bills which are founded upon the same general prin ciple or policy There is nothing In the language of those statutes to show that it is dertrlmentallor1publi6 Qcacehealtb morals or safetyi in the races tiding together lathe jBame iwar poaches ncr has it ever been necessary to make auchaii nlles ation in any indictment drawn un one of those statutes The real question is whether or not legislation is clearly beyond the province of the lawmakers If it is not their action is conclusive The public policy of the state of Kentucky on this and kindred questions is given expression in section 187 of the Constitution which requires that separate schools shall be maintained for and colored children In subsec ion 7 of section 4521 A of the Kentucky Statutes which provides that no white child shall be permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for colored children and that no colored child shall be permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for white children In subsection 2 of Section 2099 of the Statutes which prohibits marriage between a white person and a negro or mulatto and in section 795 of the Statutes which requires railway companies tc urnish separate coaches forthe travel or transportation of white and colored passenger The validity of these provisions Is not at this day questioned No court has every denied their validity and they have been uniformly uphtl the grounds of public policy and as being a proper exercise of the police power These regulations nrr ascii upon racial differences and ii uch differences warranted that legis latlon why will they not warrant this If the State of Kentucky is by constitutional provision prohibited rom maintaining mixed schools because In the judgment of the framers of the constitution the comfort the welfare the morals the peace of so cietymight thereby suffer can it be that the state has not the right to prohibit any of its citizens from violating this state policy In the caseI of L N R R company vs Ken tucky 101 U S 677 the Supreme Court in affirming a decree of the Kentucky Court of Appeals said The general rule holds good that whatever Is contrary to public policy or inimical to the publics interests is subject to the police power of the state and in the exertion of such pow r the legislative control Is vestet with a large discretion which if e ercised bonafidd for the protectioi of the public is beyond the reach o Judicial Inquiry- In view of this recognized policy f the state of Kentucky and the rule announced by the Supreme Court It I extremely difficult to see why the act now being considered does not come fairly within the purview oj ibis policy and this rule If any dang er to tIe peac the morals or tie comfort of the society attends thfI act of members of the two races riding together in the same i ail way coaches or grows out of the associa tion of the youth of the two races In attending together the same public school can It be certainly said that no possible danger can result from the members of both races being brought Into constant contact and Into the most Intimate social assocla tion In the same classes in the same school room under the same teachers the same private school Some question Is made to the effect that the requirement in the fourth section of the act which requires a separate or branch school for the education of the other rate or color to be twentyfive miles away is an unreasonable requiremnt and there fore Invalidates the entire act At tention is called to the fact that the public schools maintained for the two races are not required to be separated by that distance If it be conceded that the main question affected by this legislation was a proper phe for legislative control then the legisla ture necessarily had the power to make its action with reference to that question effective The purpose sought to be accomplished by this legislation could have been easily frustrated if the act bad permitted both races to be received in different rooms In the same building or even in different buildings in the same immediate vi cinity under the same instructors andI under the same control and manage ment The objectionable constant contact and intimate association could have continued In order to make its legislation effective for theI accomplishment of the purpose which prompted It and to certainly avoid the danger sought to be prevented the Legislature had the right to exercise some discretion in fixing the dis tance within which the same institution should undertake the education of both races and unless the distance so Hxed is both arbitrary and unreasonable the Judgment ot the Legislature must prevail tIs the opinion ot the court that it cannot be Judicially said that the distance of twentyfive miles as fixed In the Stat utes is both arbitrary and unreasonable From the very necessities of the case the public schools for the benefit of the two races cannot be separated to the extent of twentyfive miles or any other substantial dis tance The white and colored dill drenfcowever la Uw public schools are not under the same teachers and there is nothing to throw the dill dren of the two race together or to bring them into that InUmate aM elation which was evidently deemed by the Legislature to bedetrhllMItal to the public peace aad morals of tfct Mate aHtHeoJBMt el1U eItt- Z L lA Tartier jraggeetieH far jMito tat ihie 8tvieW the eharter jih4s the vented Tight oC the de41 f 11 IIt J 0 j An examination of the charter of the College shows that there was absolutely nothing in the original articles of incorporation that indicated a purI pose on the part of its founders to conduct a mixed school at Berea The college was never chartered by theI General Assembly of Kentucky In July 1859 certain articles of Incorporation were agreed to by the persons associated in the enterprise and in 18CG those original articles with two others were for the first time made a public record and they were then recorded In one of the Deed Books of the Madison County Court Not until June 1899 was it ever ex pressly stated in any article of Incorporation that the object of the In stitution was the education of all persons who may attend Even charter rights however are subject to the police power of a state In the case of Lakeshore M S R Co vs Ohiq c 43 U S 702 the Supreme Court says In our opinion the power whether called police governmental or legis lative exists in each state by appro prints enactments not forbidden by its own constitution or by the consti t ton of the United States to regulate the relative rights and duties of all persons and corporations within its Jurisdiction and therefore to provide for the public convenience and the public good This power in the states is entirely distinct from any power granted to the general government although when exercised it may sometimes reach subjects over which national legislation can be constitu tonally extended Rights and privileges arising trot contracts with the state are subject to regulations for the protection of the public health the public morals and the public safety in the same sense and to th same extent as are illj contracts and uU property whott or led by natural persons or cox 22 A EEacyvpf Law ioeiendaltrs counsel contend that thej act in is unreasonable and absurdand thereoreVaidand In support of the contention they givo this illustration Take for instance the Methodist or the Roman Catholic Church Such church is an institution Suppose such church received in its Sunday it School as it does in Louisville white children and In another build ing in the same city or in any town in nil Kentucky negro children U would be guilty of violating the first section of the act and would not 1 e savod by the proviso of section four of for that applies only to institutions 01 learning And again they say Therefore the Methodist or the Roman Catholic church if it maintains a white Sunday School in any towirlD Kentucky cannot maintain a colored Sunday School in the same town or any other town or place in all Ken tucly The answer to these suggest ions is that the construction given the act must be a reasonable one The title to the act is An Act to Prohibit White and Col ored Persons from Attending the Same school The term school must be given its usual and ordinary accep tance and it is doubtful if a Sunday school comes within the terms of the StatuteIt entirely competent to resort to the title to ascertain the true mean ing of ah act Formerly the titles of legislative acts were not regarded as any part of them But in the case of Commonwealth vs Barney 24 Ky- R 2352 the Court says To prevent certain abuses of legis latlon by the use of misleading titles many of the states now have constitutional provisions identical with or quite similar to our section 51 So that the matter of selecting an expressive and accurate title is committed directly to the Legislature and its being fairly expressive of the context of the bill is an imperative condition to the validity of the act It is essentially a part of the act not mly because it has been selected an adopted by the Legislature as on of the tests of heir meaning aa Ci pressed in the bill but because Hit constitution has made it a part an the controlling part of the law to which it applies It Is therefore not only useful In affording a fair index of the Legislative intent in case of ambiguity in the context but it must be read in connection with the remainder of the act as a part of it in determining whatfs the law The final and it seems to the court the strongest ground upon which the defendant bases its contention that the act under consideration is void is that while the laws requiring the separation of the two races in public schools and on common carriers have bee l recognized andupheld as com- Ing within the police power of the state on the ground that a state may determine that an enforced associa ort of tho two races is inimical to the general welfare no law has ever been enforced which punishes as a crime tho voluntary association of the two races in a private enterprise The welfare of the state is what the legitilatnre considers when it comes to exercise the police power and if an en forced asscri ttion of the races is so in- Jurious to the welfare of the state 8S0 warrant a prohibition may it not be reasonably inferred that a voluntary association in a private t choc will like wise bare such a hurtful tendency as wilt warrant the invocation of the colUfi power to prevent it Judge DuRelle in his separate opinIon in the case of The OhloVal ley Railways Ree vs Lander etq 20 KyL R 913 used this language- II seems to me indisputable that whatever a carrier of passengers mayI do by regulation the government of the stale may in the exercise of Its Inherent police power by law require the carrier to do In the case of Clarjc vs Maryland Institute for Promotion of Mechanic Arts 41 AtL 126 a case cited by defendants counsel it was held by the Court of Appeals of Maryland that the institute had the refuse colored pupils The City of Baltimore was entitled by contact to designate thirtythree pu pUs to attend the Institute The privilege was accorded to each memo ber the City Council to name a PI- pit from his ward fn order to make up toe total thirtythree A youth ot African descent was received into the institute as a pupil in 1891 another in 1392 and two others In 1895 In the language of the lIaryl ndCourtrI the effect of these foar pupils wasI very disastrous There was an im movable and deep settled objection on the bart of the white pupils to an as socltlon of this kind Notwithstand lug ijarnest and zealouu efforts on the parti jot the Board of Management and facalty of teachers to reconcile the whl pupils their parents and guar diarii to the innovation it caused a great decrease in the number of pu pils Finally the Board of JCaaagera adopted this resolution Vfaereas the popular sentiment of all he citizens is opposed to mixed sc hi 1sand whereas the appoint 11 eat ot colored pupils to this school It UiMved has caed large de tM nuaBeivet white pupils aUelidlBg the iuUUfo thw leewa teg la6polHr1O jeftto the eons I ii t olte iv hat hereafter i iF 4 AJoJ iI C 1 a c iT only reputable white pupils will be admitted to the schoolsu 18961I one of the members of tie cil appointed Clark a colored boy to a scholarship and he was refu3ed ad mittance in 1886 and 1897 and the Court of Appeals sustained that action byJUdgathe Maryland case Berea College rtgulationof one race and therefore the Govern ment of the state may by law require the students to be confined to one race or to cnfotce a separation of the races It has been said of this police power that it has been found impossible to frame and that indeed it is deemed inadvisable to attempt to frame any definition of the police power which shan absolutely indicate jts lim its by including everything to which it may extend and excluding everything to whlefi it cannot extend the Courts considering It better to decide polleeBlackstone says The police power Is that which relates to the duo regulation and domestic order of the kingdom whereby toe individuals of the state like members of a well governed family are bound to conform their general behavIor to the rules of propriety good neighborhood and good manners and to be decent Industrious and inoffensive In their respective stations Is Chief Justice Rtdfldd of Vermont in the case of Thorpe vs Rutland etc 62 A D 625 said By the general polite power of the state persons and property are subjected of to all kinds of restraints and burdens In order to secure the gener of al comfort health and prosperity of the State of the perfect right of the Legislature to do which no question ever was or upon acknowledged general prin lPlescver can be made The Illinois Cosrt has said v TtUs police power of a state is coextensive Inaptry l essity It is that Inherent and plen ary power in the state which enables to prohibit all things hurtful to the comfort and welfare of society Judge Baunin in his work on the Fourteenth Amendment says PoIlice Power in Its broadest acceptance means the general power of the government to preserve and promote public welfare even at the expense private right The Court of Appeals of New York of in the case People vs Budd 15 A S R 4CO affirmed by the Supreme Court of in 143 U S 517 said Tile very ex- Istence of government presupposes the right of the sovereign power to prescribe regulations demanded by to the general welfare for the common protection of all This principle Inheres in the very nature of the social Acompact The protection of private property is one of the main purposes of government but no ono holds his property by such an absolute tenure as to be freed from the power of the Legislature to impose restraints and burdens required by the public good or proper and necessary to secure the equal rights of all That court in the same case said further It the police power may be exercised so as to Impair the value of property or limit or restrict the use of property yet in this there Is no infringement of the constitutional guaranty because that guaranty is not to be construed as lib erating persons or property from the IJudge212 Every citizen holds his prop erty subject to the proper exercise of this police power by the State Leg islature It Is well settled that laws and regulations of this character though they may disturb the enjoy ment of individual rights are not un constitutional though no provision is made for compensation for such dis turbancesipower has always been recognized and given full force by the Supreme Court oi the United States Lakeshore and 21 o R Co vs Ohio etc 43 U S 702 The Court in 1t case or Barbler vs Connoiy US U S 27 says But neither the Fourteenth Amendment broad and comprehen sive as it is nor any other amend rent was designed to interfere with the power of the state sometimes termed its police power to prescribe regulations to promote the health peace morals education and good order of the people In Boston Beer Co vs Massachusetts 97 U S 25 the Supreme Court says Whatever differences of opinion may exist as tote extent and boundaries of the police power and however difficult it 1tlonthat it docs extend to the protection of the lives health and property of the citizens and to the preservation of good order and the public morals The legislature can not by any contract divest Itself of the power to provide for these objects They belong emphatically to that class of objects which demand the application of the maxim Salus populi suprema lex and they are to be attained and provided for by such appropriate means as the legislative discretion may devise That discretion can no more be bargained away than the power itself The police power In the state corresponds to the right of self defense In the individual and when it comes to a question of protection from harm or injury from an r source tho ex ercise of the police power by the state is as much n duty and isas free from restrictions as is the exercise of the right of selfdefense by the Indi vidual Self defense is everywhere recognized as the first law of nature The relative functions of the court id the legislature when called upon to consider questions of police power Ire well stated in the Jacobs iase 50 A R 636 as follows Generally a It Is for the legislature to determine what laws or regulations are needed to protect the public health and secure the public comfort and safety and while its measures are calculate intended convenient and appropriate to accomplish these ends the exeixlso of its discretion is not subject tp ra vIew by the courts But they must have some relation to these ends Un der the mere guise of police regula tions personal rights and private property can not be arbitrarily invad ed and the determination of the legis lature is not final or conclusive It it passes an act ostensibly for the public health and thereby destroys or takes away the property of the citizen or interferes with his person al liberty then It is for the courts to scrutinize the act and see whither it really relates to and is convenient and appropriate to otethe public health It matters not that the legte lature may in the title to the actor In its body declare that it is Intended for the improvement of the public health Such a declaration does not conclude the courts and they must yet determine The fact declared and enforce the supreme law The North JCarpJIaa court In State vs Moore fl ASR G 6 says The qft1Jeinghelher tMjaw making b g yerh has xcMdvi the units at its power it to the ditty of the co rt to resolve yeryd4MtIltH favor of titvalidity ofi the JaWg and to KPthat M warn peened lm poo fa 0 I ir 1 tri L liito i4irI- 11r IIc 0 Wednesday Feby 22 19O5 remedy some evil not reached or corrected by previous legislation InState vs Holden 46 Pac 1105 the Utah court said Though reasonable doubts may exist as to the power of the legislature to pass a law or as to whetfier the law is calculated or adapted to promote the health safety or comfort of the people or to secure good order or promote the general welfare we must resolve them In favor of the right of that department of government Judge Cooley says The Judiciary can only arrest the execution of a statute when it conflicts with the Constitution It can not run a race of opinions upon the points of rights reason and expediency with the lawmaking power Judge DuRelle In Bis separate opln ion in Ohio Valley Railways Rec vs Loader etc 20 KyL R 913 said in discussing the separate coach law of this state The policy of such a law its ultimate purpose or the reasons whIch led to its enactment are notI matters for our consideration er the law is a justifiable exercise of the police power does not dtepend upon those considerations That a judge differs with the legislature upon a cuosliou of policy does not outtorize him to say that a law in purssnnco of i such a policy is not a legitimate ex ercise of the police powers of the state For example a Judge may dis agreeeatirely with the reasons which induce a legislature to adopt a quarI antine law He may believe that tbe disorder whose spread thereby sought to be prercnt ed is not infections or contagious Such belief however would not Justify Mm in holding that tne law was not within the police power the government And so with regard to the laws for the suppression lotteries Illustrations might be multiplied Judge DuRelle here has very clearly defined the function of the courts when called upon to detertmine the validity of acts of the legis lature passed in pursuan ce of the police powerof the a A The Supreme CohiIa Missouri acTR Cdvs flumes IK TRS512 says ftls hardly necessary io ay that Ue hardship Impolicy or tains Lice of state laws 13 not necessarily an objection to their constitutional validity and that the remedy fox evils of that character Is to be sought rom the state legislatures The same court In Sinking Fund Cases 99 IT S 718 says Every pos sible presumption is in favor of tin validity of a statute and this contin lea until the contrary is shown be yond a reasonable doubt The safety our institutions depends in no small degree on a strict observance this salutary rule It is only when a law amounts to an arbitrary and unwarranted inter ference with the right of the citizen pursue any lawful business that It nest be declared unconstitutional State vs Chicago etc Rwy Co 04 S R 482 This question of tho separation of the races In some of Its phases has been rather frequently before the courts and those cases acquaint w with the general policy of the law on the question Judge Bannin In Iiiswork on the Fourteenth Amendment when referr ing to laws based upon racial dir ferences says Such legislation It the state regards it best for the har mony and comfort of the two races Lad conduc lye to public order would seem to find full warrant under the police power The Supreme Court In Plessy vs Ferguson 103 U S 25C one of the separate coach cases says Laws permitting and even requiring their separation in places where they are liable to be brought into contact do not necessarily Imply the inferiority of either race to the other and have been generally If not universally rec ignited as within tho competency of the state legislatures in the exercise tf their police power The most corn instance of this is connected with the establishment of separate schools for white and colored chil Inca which have been held to be a valid exercise of the legislative power Trvon by charts of states where tin v1 tlcalrights of the coloredrace have been longest and most earner enforced = Chief Justice Shaw of Mttssachu sets in the case of Roberts vs Boa Coxxeed4heretorecolored persons descendants of Afri equalightscivil and social the question then quesIonfor colored children is a violation of any of these rights S It is urged at this maintenance of separate schools tends to deepen and perpet uate the odius distinction of caste founded in a deep rooted prejudice In public opinion Tills prejudice if it exists Is not created by law prejixicefeelings of the community would not as effectually be fostered ny compell ing colored and white cniidren to as sociate together may wen bo doubted At all events it is a fair and proper question for the committee to consid er and decide upon having In view the best interests of both classes of children placed under their superin tendence and we can not say that their decision upon it is not founded on Just grpuds of reason and exper ience anti Is the result of a discrimi lUng and honest Judgment In an opinion of the Supreme Court Of Pennsylvania in the case otthePhil Westchester R R Co vs Miles 93 A D 744 is found the full est and strongest statement of the reasons which justify a separation of the races That court says The right to separate being clear in proper cases and it being the subject of sound reg ulation the question remaining to be considered is whether there is such difference between the white and black races within this slatfe result Ing from nature law and custom as makes it a reasonable ground of sep aration The question Is one of dlf ference not of superiority or inferior ity Why the Creator made one black and the other white we do not know but the fact Is apparent and the races are distinct each producing its own kind and following the peculiar law of its equalitytbsacred yet God has made them dlsj similar with those natural instincts and feelings which He always Im parts to His creatures when He In tends that they shall not overstep the natural boundaries He has assigned to them The natural law which for bids their intermarriage and that so cial amalgamation which leads to a corruption of races is us clearly divine as that which imparted to them different natures The ten dency of Intimate social mixture Is to amalgamation contrary to the law of races The separation of the white and black races upon the surface of the globe is a fact equally appa rent Why thia is so it te not necpMary to speculate but the fact ot a distribu tion of men by race and color Is uvisible IB tho providential arrange ment of the earth as that of heat and etfd The natural aefcunitton oTcifae raeee is U erefcx an undeniable fact awl all aoetel organfaaUoM which Iea4 to their amalgamation are reg iunt it th law of aibr u Tmf no etal MMlgftBMttoa H te tot to c ic ilis to illicit Intercourse and but another to Intermarriage But to assert sep arateness is not to declare Inferiority hi either it is not to declare one a slave and the other freeman that would be tci draw the illogical sequence inferiority from difference only It is simply to say that following the or der of Divine Providence human au thority ought not to compel these widely separate races to intermix The right of such to be free from social contact is as clear as to be freo from intermarriage The former may be less repulsive as a condition but no less entitled to protection as a right When therefore we declare a right to maintain separate relations as far as reasonably practicable but in a spirit of kindness and clarity and with due regard to equality of rights it Is not prejudice nor caste nor injustice of any kind but simply to suffer men to follow the law of races established by the Creator him sell and sot to compel them to Intermix contrary to their Instincts No well informed person in any section will now deny that the peal tion of the Southern people that se gregation In school church and socie ty Is In the Interest of racial integrity and racial progress is sound and wbo will deny that that is a laudable desideratum Such have been from the earliest history of our country the views of our most profound scholars and win est pWlosophers History tells us that Tomas Jefferson was one ot the first advocates of emancipation of the slaves and that as earlyan 1778 bs drew offered and pass ed In Virginia a bill prohibiting the importation of slaves by land or sea and proclaiming those so imported to be free In another bill he provid ed for the emancipation of all after born slaves but while he was giving this unmistakable evidence of his abhorrence of slavery it is said that he unreservedly expressed his disbelief that the two races could mingle hi harmony under coequal conditions of freedom In 1821 when commenUng upon and bewailing thp failure pfhla state to adopt hls schemes for eman clpatiqn he wrote the following j5jjj Itwas found that the public mind would not yet bear the proposition dayYetmust bear and adopt it or worse will follow Nothing is more certainly written in the book of fate than that ittessnot live in the same government Na Ladeiblethem In the light of the fulfillment of the portion of this prophecy which the withliethe present generation until the books of the negro problem In Amer ica are Unally balanced say with ah partfprocienceApplying the rules of law set out in this opinion rules that have been announced by the highest authority and approved by BO many courts underonsideratlonreach any conclusion other than that clearlywithinIng power of the state and that the court would bo unwarranted In hold legislaturemapolice power of the state inlictmerittad the defendant will be given ah esceptlon higbeourts up1eldtIf thIs court that the act of to Iegjg ature which Is now q ytrqg xpsy toe0 the qqlore well as to tho whiteyouth of Kntnoky Instead Of thousefulness belngIttzdge of thl court that Hu VOd11oIiootl i will be greatly extended and determinedmy liolievesteducaIonKenUcky oducaionsomextcntdolIeeecausethe two races will completely vanishand the generous openhanded pea theirympathyand encouragement to both instltn manyentucliansrilling to do These views of course0 not affect the legal questions in theidgeBed with the conclusions reached asto the legal aspects of the ease than thateneficonta cheerful compliance with and ac dcxndantthegislatureby any race prejudice of any hostility towards the negro In passing theit Under consideration Kentuckyis not inimical to the education of her onlylysthe education of each colored boy andgirl between the ages of six and twenyears as it does for each white boyand girl between those ages but it ofethathootin perdtutin000 000 are made from the funds of stole to support this school and In 1902 there was a special appropria newildings conantlywith anti giving substantial aid forthe education of the colored youthof tMtatIneFraud Exposed A few coHhterfeters have lately been raakia a ni trying to Rell isnitatioM of Dr Kings New Discovery for Con auwption Coughs and GoldS and other litf pabTIxisw thtonghsnlin enrigseMefof ectieii joyen our nama m tIe wrap r oIMlgei 1mltlties H X BnekhiJ f atiano1laniWSn esOuiEiieI se r 4i i iZk t Th iTT fiic i I t t c I I W c 4 Supplement THE RICHMOND GLIMMX dC i6Y22J90 7 1 Judge Bentons Opinion BereaCollegean impprtant oneand has attracted so much attention that we publisMfc infull The beneficent results which Judge Bentoh predicts will theDpyNo negro students are attending this year but the Col lege has the largest enrollment has ever had Students are beinglconstantly turned off for lack of accommodations and many citizensof Madison county who have heretofore been unwilling to patronize the school are thwfyear sending their children there Berea College is a rich institution and if this Day Bill is upheld the friends of the bill contend that it will be the greatest and most useful institution of learningin the South We hope this viewis correct The full text of the opinion is as follows k MADISON cimc UIT COURT COM IONWE riTH OF KENTUCKY f ji Plaintiff Vs OPINION HEREA COLLEGE Defendant At the October Term 1904 of this court the Grand Jury found and re turned and indictment against the defendant Berea College charging it with a violation of a law passed at the session of 1304 of the General Assembly of Kentucky which law is commonly known as the Day Bill and is entitled as follows 41An act to prohibit white and colored persons from attending the same school The first section of the act provides That It shall be unlawful for any person corporation or asso ciation or persons to maintain or operate any college school or institu tion where persons of the white and negro races are both received as pupils for instruction and any person or corporation who shall operate or maintain any such college school or institution shall be fined 100000 and any person who may be convict ed of violating the provisions of this act shall be fined 10000 for each day they may operate said school col lege or Institution after such conviction The fourth secUon of the act pro vides that Nothing in this act shall be construed to prevent any pri vate school college or institution of learning from maintaining a separate and distinct branch thereof in a different locality not less than twenty five miles distant for the education I exclusively of one race or color The indictment in this case was found under the first section of the act To the indictment the defendant college has Interposed a demurrer and in the argument upon the demurrer counsel or the defendant have vig orously assailed the validity of the act urging with much force that it contravenes several of the provis- Ions of the Bill of Rights contained in the state constitution and also the first section of the Fourteenth Amendment to and possibly some other provisions of the Constitution of the United States In addition to these objections of su criticisms 01 stance some technical the indictment are offered which wil be first considered and disposed of be fore the more serious objections tc the indictment are discussed It Is suggested that conceding the validity of the act the Indictment IE not rr perly drawn to cover any of fense defined in the act This criticism is not well founded The act makes It unlawful for any corporation to maintain or operate a college where persons of school or Institution the white and negro races are botll- received as pupils for instruction and this indiotment in almost the ex act language of tIle act charges that Derea College being a corporation maintaining and opera and owning cbool and institutioncollegeting a College of learning known as Berea located in the town of Berea Madi Kentucky did unlawfully Son and County wilfully permit and receive both tire white and negro races as pupils for instruction in said college of learninginstituUonschool and meaning and intendment The fair is that the defendant of this language the received both races in one anL located inl the town of coHegesame vio not require a very It doesBerea forknowledgeof judiciallent stretch couldtherethatthe court to know branch not be a separate or distinct twentymuch as of the college as the main cot from five miles distant lege and yet be in is Berea that possibly The indictment is defective because the state that it does not withinnot comedoesdefendantthe offourby sectionmadethe excepUon is notallegatiOnSuch anactthe vsComth necessary In the case of MeClanaban two Metc 8 our Court of Appeals said where prothatseWedIt is well incontained ylsos and exceptions are distinct clauses it Is not neesry that thaIndictmentto aver In the the defendant does not come the pronegativeexceptions or to isos it of the court there It is the opinion of the offence fore that a commission the indIc- tment reached by Sought to be is sufficiently alleged Tile court is further of the opinion directisCollege tbat the defendant t act in question 1y affected by the is in a posi thereforeand that it constitu- itiopal theralsqto properlYlion the questions which arise under act by thp counsel It is forcibly urged statedasihedefendantfor consIderaUOnb0t that the act of the provisions onlY in theRIghtscontainedOf the Bill of that IsKentuckYConsUdQflf first section of the also and possiAmendment to ourtecnh of the constitution0 biy other of the United statesIS The section Which iiis urged this act yIolatzs nr clUze S the bich secure to allthose theirdefefl4iflg r right of the 0jygand right 0 Worshlll4Bg Al U1UUHJ God according to the dictatesimlghty ofthe righteonscleacesol their their safety and seekli1g and pusubng offrelyOOllthe righttappiaeZs and oflunkatg ftelr thOUthL ito L4ois the right eJ auiriBg and pro topsopertY dAbe right tecting wrIte and print freely anll billy pti t tRY tltti8Uell aibect at 1e Coul 1i called i i4 0 t i Itotransgression of the high powers which we have delegat ed wo declare that everything in this Bill of Rights is excepted out of theE general powers of government anI dallirary to this constitution shall be void If the net under consideration can groundthatwas a legitimate and proper exercise bythatmentAt first blush It may seem that see tion 26 of the constitution just quoted was intended to take away from the Legislature the power to exercise this police power In all cases where the exercise of It would Impair or tend in any way to impair or infringe any of the rights guaranteed by the Bill of Rights That section 20 how ever is not peculiar to the present constitution of Kentucky It Is found In the first second and third consti tutions of the State which were adopt ed respectively in 1792 1799 and 1850 so that to give that Kection the meaning for which the counsel contend would place the Legt islature of Kentucky with reference to its power to exercise the states police power in a position peculiar alone to this state and which condi lion must have existed since the for mation of the original state government The court is of the opinion that section 20 of the constitution does not deprive the Legislature of the power to enact such measures as come fairly and legitimately within the exercise of the police power which is Inherent in all state govern moats That right exists as fully in Kentucky as it Joes in any othei state In the Union The right IE not dependent for Its existence upon express constitutional sanction Where the letter of the constltu ticn would prohibit police regulations which by all the principle of consti tutlonal government have been recog nlzed as beneficent and permissible restrictions upon the individual liber ty of action such regulations will be upheld by the courts on me ground that the framers of the constitution could not possibly have Intended to deprive the government of so salutaiy 1 power and hence the spirit of the constitution permits such legislation although a strict construction letter prohibits TIedemans LimlI tatlons of Police Powers P 212 All authorities agree that the conI stltutlon presupposes the existenc of the police power and is to be con trued with reference to that fact Hares American Constitutions Law 7CC The court will not attempt in thl opinion to take up seriatim the var lous sections of the state constitution or of the constitution of the United States relied upon by the defendant and discus the bearing of each oi them on the legislation which Is notassailed by the defendant but before the opinion closes several decisionsI of the Supreme Court of States ant of the state courts 01 last resort and the views of eminent text writers will be cited wherein the police power of the state govern mcnts its extent and application and the effect upon it of such constitution al provisions as are relljd upon by defendants cQunsel have been fully discussed The first section of the Fourteenth Amendment to the constitution of the United States reads as follows All persons born or naturalized In the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunIties of citizens of the United States nor shall any state deprive any person oft life liberty or property without due process of law nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws The argument presented by defen dants counsel in support of their con tention that the Day Bill contra venes the inhibitions found in the first section of the Fourteenth Amendment may bo summarized as lqlowsIFlrstIt would abride the prlv jtheA The trustees of the corpora tlon their privilege to expend theirt own money and their labor establishment and ns n narce of a private Institution for a worthy object would be abridged B Each and every teacher in the United Stateshis or her right to pursue in Kentucky the innocent and laudable occupation of teach ing would be abridged- C Each and every person in the United Stateshis or her right to seek instruction elevatng In character whenever ho or she sees fit and upon invitation voluntarily to associate in so far as it may be necessary for the purpose ot reedy lug an education with any person of good moral character with whom be may so desire to associate econdBy Its enactment the state of Kentuckywould seek to S prlve persons of their liberty aaS sppcrty without due process of law 1A Teachars T3 rite lIoass Uvtes ts tha mnii o W fal oallteg not teterfertzs iti the righto of pthew a jreftrtr1 right B Pupils l1ierlgkt to prepare ones self to earn 1iving1ty JBeekins an education where Jbe ty jbffers andDeODJtCUI to his pre 1e cea property Tight C The TtIt Th irktto esWfch aHail1talBall b i It 4 fiO r D The College By rendering some of ltd donations subject to forfeiture a direct pecuniary loss would be sustained Third By its enactment the state of Kentucky would seek to deny per sons within Its Jurisdiction of the equal protection of the Iaws The court is of the opinion that the validity of the act of the Legislature which la being considered and the questionsthequestlonGeneral Assembly In passing the act in question was a legitimate and proper exercise of the internal police power which Is the inherent right of all statesThe idea which influenced the Legislature to pass the act must havo been that the association whether voluntary or involuntary of persons of negro and white races in the intimate rel Uorrwhich could reasonably be Expected to follow from their bolng received together as pupils to be edu cated irinhe same institution at the same place and at the same time was Inimical and detrimental to the public peace and morals and hurtful to society If such a view on the part of the Legislature was a reasonable Olle the legislation inquestion cannot be held to be an unwarranted ex ercise of the police power The real question is was the possible danger to the public peace morals and to the welfare of society from such an association so obvious that the Leg islature could reasonably anticipate Manager and therefore be war ranted in taking this step to avoid itThis act does not prevent the teachers in Berea College from exer cising their calling even in that institution Their calling is teaching Notwithstanding this act they can teach at all times and at all places except only that they are prohibited from teaching in any educational institu Lion where members of both races are received together as pupils No boy or girl is denied the right to go to school The two races are simply prohibited from going to school together The Trustees are not prohibited from establishing and maintaining schools If they want to establish and maintain a school for the colored youth they can dp it and if they at the same time want to establish and maintain a school for the white youth they can do it but if one school is to be a branch of or connected with the other they must be twentyfive miles apart The Trustees are prohibited simply from establishing and main Paining a mixed school for the educa Ion of the two races The exercise of the calling of those who teach the right of the students and the right of the college to acquire and protect its property must all submit to such reasonable regulations as are deemed proper by the legislature In the exercise of the police power of the state Due process of the law and the law of the land are synonymous and the ponce power is a part of the law of the land It cannot be said therefore that the exercise of the police power Is a taking of property without due process of law Justice Bradley in 111 U S74G said The right to follow anyof the common occupations of life Is an inalien able rifht It was formulated as such under the phrase pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of In depend ence which commenced with the fun damental proposition that all men are created equal that they are en dowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights and among these are life liberty and pursuit of hap piness This right is a large ingre dient in the civil liberty of the citi zen Further he said- I hold that the liberty of pursuit he right to follow any of the ordin ary callings of UCeIs one of the privileges of a citizen of the United States Justice Peckham in 1C6 U 3 580 after referring to these statements of Justice Bradley said The foregoing extracts have beer iiade for the purpose of showing what general definitions have been iven in regard to the meaning of the word liberty as used in the amend aient but we do not Intend to hoW hat In no such case can the state exercise its police power When and how far such power may be legiti mately exercised with regard to these subjects may be left for determina on to each case as it arises The constitutional guaranty Is hat no person shall be deprived of Ic liberty or property without a due process of law but a valid exercise of the police power does not de prive any person of life llbertyor property without due process of law State vs Holden 14 Utah 718 Chief Justice Shaw of Massachusetts In the case of Commonwealth vs Alger 7 Cush 85 said Rights of property like all other social and conventional rights are subject to such reasonable limitations In their enjoyment as shall prevent them from being injurious and totsuch reasonable restraints and regu lations established by law as the leg islatures under the governing and controlling power vested in them by the constitution may think necessary and expedient This is vory different from the right of eminent domain the right of a government to take id appropriate private property to public use whenever the public exi gcncy requires itwhiclf can be doneL only on condition of providing a enable compensation therefor The power we allude to is rather the He powerthe power vested in ther Legislature by the conslltution to make ordain and establish all manner of wholesome and reasonable wa statutes and ordinances either Ith penalties or without not repug nt lo the constitution as they shall dge to be for the good and welfare the Commonwealth and of the sub jectsof the same It Is much easier t perceive and realize the source of this power than to mark its bounda rles or to prescribe limits to its ex erclseIThe constitutional guaranties no persons ll be deprived of life liberty or properly without due pvc ceaa of law do not limit and were not intended to limit the subjects upon which the police power of a state may be lawfully exerted for these guaranties have never been construed as being incompatible with the principle equally vital becauseI Iso essential to peace aud property in this country Is held under the implied obligation that the I owners uSe of it shall not be injur loW to thjj community 22 A E Eney of JJaw 2 cd 937 The Supreme Court in Powell vs Pennsylvania 127 U S 678 says It is scarcely to that if this sttutean OleoaargarltaeJ Statute is a legitimate exercise of the police power of the state for the protection of the health of the peopl and Tor prevention ot fraud it Is aot laccasletect with te Foartwmth Amy Mlllt tor U Vr Ua settled doe trlaa cf tis corat that u govern IMtl8 ea 4 for the jwrpOM aaoBR eiksrr b2 1M8M1Iage pain He SufcKS M4 the yvlriie it eaaaettltriiJtltM4f ot tker power to provide for those objects and that tFourt eeth Aiaefidraeet was not fefigatd oIlMrle with that power t it 1 n iii1iijIIiii by the states propounilthlsquesUon Legislatutoly because the audience consists of persons of dlfferimt colors or differ ent racee when tjie words spoken and the lessons read c r recited are entire ly free from objection Similar questions were propounded by Jus oplniongivenbyquestions then ftirnisha complee answer to the questions now propounded by detent ants counsel Iho majority of the court said to justice Harlan The reply to all this Is that every exercise of the police power must be reasonable and extend only to such lawsas are enacted In good faith nnd not for the annoyance or oppression of a particular class The constant aDd dally association of the members ojf the two races must have been deemed by the Legislature to be the source of danger and tha- is manifestly what was intended to be prevented by ths adoption of this statuteCounsel for defendant suggest that that to sustain the validity of this legislation asa proper exercise of the police power the court must know outside of the statutes and outside of the indictment that the operation and maintenance of such a school is detrimental to the public peace health morals or safety The an swer to this suggestion is that such a rule does not obtain and has never been required in the cases growing out of wbat are commonly known as Separate Coach Bills which are founded upon the sane general prin ciple or policy There is nbililc l the language of those statutes to show that it is detrimental io public peace health 11j11s or safety fa the tviojJ rd g UiO rtbe same railway coaches norlias It ever ben held necessary to make such an alle gation in any indictment drawn un der one of those statutes The real question is whether or not the legislation Is clearly beyond the province of the lawmakers If it is not their action is conclusive The public policy of the state of Kentucky on this and kindred question is giv en expression in section 187 of the Constitution which requires that sep arate schools shall be maintained for white and colored children in subsection 7 of section 4521 A of the Ken Lucky Statutes which provides that no white child shall be permitted to attend or becomo a pupil in any school for colored children and that no colored child shall be permitted to attend or become a pupil in any School for white children in subsec ion 2 of Section 2099 of the Statutes which prohibits marriage between a white person and a negro or mulatto and in section 9 of the Statutes which requires railway companies to furnish separate coaches for the trav el or transportation of white and col ored passengers The validity of these provisions is not at this day questioned No court has every denied their validity and they have been uniformly uphtll upon the grounds of public policy ands being a proper exercise of the oollce power These regulations art ased upon racial differences and il mch differences warranted that legisI latlon why wit they not warrant this If the State of Kentucky is by constitutional provision prohibited rom maintaining mixed schools be cause in the judgment of the framers of the constitution the comfort the welfare the morals the peace of society might thereby suffer can it be that the state has not the right prohibit any of its citizens from v1oI lating this state policy In the case of L N n It company vs Kentucky 161 U S 677 the Supreme Court in affirming a decree of the Kentucky Court of Appeals said The general rule holds good whatever Is contrary to public thatI or inimical to the public IIstateercised bonafid for the protcctloi of the public is beyond the reach o Judicial Inquiry- In view of this reiognized policj of the state of Kentucky and the rule announced by the Supreme Court it Is extremely difficult to see why the act now being considered does not come fairly within the purview ol lila policy and this rule If any dang er to Use peats tIle mcrals or tie comfort of the society attends the act of members or the two races riding together in the samo railway coaches or grows out of the assocla tlon of the youth of the two races in attending together the same public school can it le certainly said no possible danger can result fromI the members of both races being brought Into constant contact and inc to the most imimate social assocla lion in the sams classes in the same school room under the same teachers in the same private school Some questlor is made to the effect lint the requirement in the fourth section of the act which requires a separate or branch school for the education of the other race or colorI to be twentyfie miles away unreasonable rsqulremnt and there fore invalidates the entire act At tention is called to the fact that the public schools maintained for the two races are not required to be separated by that distance If it be conceded rat the main question affected by us legislation was a proper one for I legislative control then the legisla ture necessarily had the power to take its action with reference to that question effective The purpose sought to be accomplished by this legislation could have bean easily frustrated if the act had permitted both races to be received in different rooms In the same building or even In different buildings in tile same immediate vi nbty under thji same instructors and rider the samji control and manage ment The dbjectlonable constant a contact and intimate association could have continued In order to make its legislation effective for theI accomplishment the purpose which prompted it and to certainly avoid the danger sofaght to be preventedI the had the exer else some discretion in fixing the dis ace within Which the same institu tion should undertake the education ol both races and unless the dis tan eso fixed is both arbitrary and unreasonable the judgment oftha Legislature mjist prevail Itis tho opinion of the court that it cannot be judicially said that tbd distance of miles as fixed in the Stat utes is bothiiarbltrary and unreas onabl From ith necessities of the the publtc schools for the benefit ofthd two races cannot be separated to the extent of twentyflve Allies or any other substantial dltJ1 inca The thitealld colored chit dr Hwev In tko public schools an not the sameJeacbersandI there Is nothing to throw drea of the VO races together or to bnIn thee Into that Intimate aMO ClaUGnWlilch was evidently deemed by the Legtel iture to be dfttrlHMtal to the peace aDd morals ot- uealate a te ofort etitae4t1 JItIIt A further gguUBK SMadetUt tbta aei v 8Ua tta ettarler lgai- te4e V iIbtl ol tM 4J4t 1 t 1 t f 0 S An examination of the charter ofithe- College shows that there was abso lutely nothing In the original articles of Incorporation that Indicated A pur pose on the part of its founders to conduct a mixed school at Berea The college was never chattered by the General Assembly of Kentucky In July 1859 certain articles of Inc poration were agreed to by the per sons associated in the enterprise and In 18C6 those original articles with two others were for the first time made a public record and they were then recorded in one of the Deed Books of the Madison County Court- Not until June 1899 was Jt ever ex pressly stated In any article of In corporation that the object of the in stitution was the education of all persons who may attend Even charter rights however are subject to the police power1 of a state In the case of Lakeshore M S R Covs Ohio c 43 U Sop 702 the Supreme Court says In our opinion too power whether called police governmental or leg lative exists in cadi state by appro priate enactments not forbidden by its own constitution or by the cons i tution of the United States to regulate the relative rights and duties of all persons and corporations within its jurisdiction and therefore to provide for the public convenience and the public good Ttfs power in the states Is entirely distinct from any power granted to the general government although when exercised it may sometimes reach subjects over which national legislation can be constitutional extended Rights and privileges arising from contracts with the state are subject to regulations for tho protection ot the public health the public morals and the public safety in the same sense and to the same extent as are all contracts and all property wheth er owned by natural persons or cor pr UvI122 A R Ency of Law Defendants counsel contend tl11 the act n question Is unreasonable- and ab rd und tlrcneforevoid at in support 6t tho contention thuy give this lilustraflan i Take for instance the Methodist or the Roman Catholic Church Such church is an institution Suppose such church received In Its Sunday School as it does in Louisville white children and in another build ing in the same city or in any town in all Kentucky negro children It would be guilty of violating the first sectidn of the act and would not I e saved by the proviso of section four for that applies only to institutions ot learning And again they say There fore the Methodist or the Roman Catholic church if it maintains a white Sunday School in any town in Kentucky cannot maintain a colored Sunday School in the same town or any other town or place In all Ken- tuckY The answer to these suggest- Ions Is that the construction given the act must be a reasonable one The title to the act is An Act to Prohibit White and Col ored Persons from Attending the Same school The term school must be given its usual and ordinary acceptance and it is doubtful if a Sunday school comes within the terms of the StatuteIt entirely competent to resort to the title to ascertain the true meaning of an act Formerly the titles of legislative acts were not regarded as any part of them But In the case of Commonwealth vs Barney 24 Ky L R 2352 tho Court says uTo prevent certain abuses oE legislation by the use of misleading titles many of the states now have constitutional provisions identical with or quite similar to our section 51 So that the matter of selecting an expressive and accurate title is committed directly to the Legislature and its being fairly expressive of the context of the bill is an imperative condition to the validity of the act It Is essentlaliy part of the act not nly because It has been selected and adopted by the Legislature as one of the tests of their meaning as ei ressed III the bill but because tC constitution has made it a part and the controlling part of the Jaw to which it applies It is therefore not only useful in affording a fair index 3f the Legislative Intent In case of ambiguity in the context but it must be read in connection with the remainder of the act as a part of it in determining what is the law The final and It seems to the court the strongest ground upon which the defendant bases Its contention that the act under consideration is void- S that while the laws requiring the separation of the two races In public schools and on common carriers havo been recognized and upheld as com- Ing within the police power of the state on the ground that a state may determine that an enforced associa ion of the two races is inimical to the general welfare no law has ever been enforced which punishes as a crime the voluntary association of the two races in a private enterprise The welfare of the state is what the legislature considers when it comes to exercise the police power and if an en forced asscci ition of the races is so injurious to the welfare of the state 8S0 warrant a prohibition may it not be reasonably inferred that a voluntary association in a private ichotl will like wise have such a hurtful tendency as will warrant the invocation of the oBoe power to prevent It Judge DuRelle in his separate opinion in the case of The Ohio Val ley Railways Rec vs Lander etc 20 Ky L R P13 used this language It seems to me indisputable that whatever a carrier of passengers may do by regulation the government of the state may in the exercise of Its inherent police power by law require the carrier to do In the case of Clark vs Maryland Institute for Promotion of Mechanic Arts 41 Atl 120 case cited by defendants counsel it was held by the Court of Appeals of Maryland that the institute had the right to refuse colored pupils The City of Baltimore was entitled by contract to designate thirtythree pu us to attend the Institute The privilege was accorded to each mem ber of the City Council to name a pIt pll from his ward In order to make up the total thirtythree A youth of African descent was received into the instiluto as a pupil in 1891 another in 1892 and two others in 1895 In the language of the Maryland Court the effect of these four pupils was very disastrous There was aa Im movable and deep settled objection on the part of the whlto pupils to an asi relation of this kind Notwithstand ing earnest and zealous efforts on the part of the Board of Management and faculty of teachers to reconcile the white pupils their parents and guardians to the innovation it caused al great decrease in the number of pupils Finally the Board of Managers adopted this resolution Whereas the populaisentlment of all the citizens Is opposed to mixed schools and whereas the appoint sent of colored pupil to this school It ia believed haa eslrg dee oreMe Ia4h Jrtuaber of white ptip4I atUading the InctKvte tH8IM8Il lag the power tor tItoItjIi1ftftlty Received that hereaffer p i c s C only reputable white pupils will be admitted to the schools In 1896 one of the members ot the City Coun cil appointed Clark a colored boy to a scholarship and he was refused ad mittance In 1855 end 1897 and Hi Court flt Appeals sustained that action byJUdgethe Maryland case Berea College rlgt11atlonof one race and therefore the Government of the state may by law require tho students to be confined one race or to enforce a separation of the races It has been said of this police pow mmposalbitoed Inadvisable to attempt to frame any definition of the police power which shall absolutely indicate its lim its by Including eve ytfilng to wnlch everythingCourts considering it better to dodd policoBlacksitone says Tae police pow er is tlat which relates to the due regulatlcra and domestic order of the ollthetheir general behavior to the rules of propriety good neighborhood and good manners and to be decent in dustrious and inoffensive la their re spective stations Chief Justice Redfleld of Vermont in the case of Thorpe vs Rutland etc C2 A D 625 said By the general police power of tic state persons and property are sub jected to alt kinds of restraints and burdens In order to secure the gener al cornfprthealth and prosperity ol the perfect right of the legislature to do which no question jve r Watt or upon acknmKl d gen eral principles ever canheiiade The Illinois Court b sS1J The police power of a state is coQnlensivo rithise3tpr6tectlon and is not Inapfe f1rterl11iJd the law of orerf illne nec essity It Is that inherent and plen ary power in the state wlllch enables It to pjohiblt all things hurtful to ttae comfort and welfare of society Judge Bannin in his work on the Fourteenth Amendment says Po lice Power In its broadest acceptance means tile general power of the gov ernment to preserve and promote public welfare even at the expense of private right The Court of Appeals ef New York in the case Peoplo vs Budd 15 A S R 4CO affirmed by the Supreme Court in 143 U S 517 said The very ex- Istence of government presupposes the right of the sovereign power to bytheprotection of alL This principle In heres in the very nature of the social compact The protection of private property is one of the main purposes of government but no one holds his property by such an absolute tenure as to bo freed from the power of the Legislature to impose restraints and burdens required by the public good or proper and necessary to secure the equal rights ofall That court in the same case said further It the police power may be exercised so as to Impair the value of property or limit or restrict the use of property yet in this there is no infringement of the constitutional guaranty because that guaranty is not to be construed as UbImating persons or property from just control of the Judgo Dillon says lawsI212 Every erty subject to the proper exercise of this police power by the State Leg islature It Is well settled that laws and regulations of this character though they may disturb the enjoy ment of individual rights are not un constitutional though no provision Is made for compensation for such din turbances This power in the state legislature has always been recognized and given full force by the Supreme Court 01I the United States Lakeshore and M S R Co vs Ohio etc 43 U S 702 The Supreme court In 1M 5359 ofI Barbier vs Connoly 113 iL S it says But neither the Fourteenth Amendment broad and c6mi r henI dye a3 It Is nor any other amendment was designed to interfere with the power of the state sometimes termed Itspollce power to prescribe regulations to promote the health peace morals education and good order of the people In Boston Beer Co vs Massachusetts 97 U S 25 the Supreme Court says Whatever differences of opinion may exist as to the extent and boundaries of the police power and however difficult It may be to render a satisfactory defini Ion of it there seems to be no doubt that it does extend to the protection of the lives health and property of the citizens and to the preservation of good order and the public morals The legislature can not by any contract divest Itself of the power to provlda for these objects They belong emphatically to that class of ob- Jects which demand the application of the maxim Salus popull suprema lex and they are to be attained and provided for by such appropriate means as the legislative discretion may devise That discretion can no more be bargained away than the power itself The police power in the state cor responds to the right of self defense in the Individual and when it comes to a question of protection from harm or injury from any source the ex ercise of the police power by the state in as much a duty and is as free from restrictions as is the exercise of the right of selfdefense by the individual Self defense is everywhere recognized as the first law of nature The relative functions of the court and the legislature when called upon to consider questions of police power are Well stated in the Jacobs case 50 A Rt C3C as follows Generally a it Ts tor the legislature to determine what laws or regulations are needed to protect the public bealth and secure the public comfort and safety and while its measures are calculated in tended convenient and appropriate to accomplish these ends the exercise of its discretion is not subject to review by the courts But they must have some relation to these ends Un der the mere guise of police regula lions personal rights and private property can not be arbitrarily invadeS ed ard the determination of the legls laturcr is not final or conclusive If it ses an act ostensibly for the publlii health and thereby destroys or takes away the property of the citizen or Interferes with his person al liberty then it Is for the courts to scrutinize the act and see whether iitreaJly relates to and Is convenient and tpproprlate to promote tire public health Jt matters not that the legls Iturij may In the title to the act or In itS body declare that It is Intended for the improvement of the public health Such a declaration does not conclude the courts and they must yet determine the fact declared and enfoice the supreme law Tho North Carolina court in State vs Moore 17AS IL C96 says Theiqueetlon being whether the law making branch of thestat govern raeaii has eeee Ud the Itoks ot Its fowl it fe the Satr of the court to rwwlve every 40n14 ia faver of the tidily ot the law and to prtIIU1te thattilt wan gaMtd IB good faith to f f i bhO7 3I tJi IIJ11 remedy some evil not reached or cor rected by previous legislation In State vs Holden 46 Pac 1105 the Utah court said Though reasonable doubts may exist as to the pow lawtor adapted to promote the health safety or comfort of the people or to secure good order or promote the general welfare we must resolve them in favor of the right of that de partment of government Judge Cooley says The judiciary can only arrest the execution of a statute when It conflicts with the Constitution It can not run a race of opinions upon the points of rights reason and expediency with the lawmaking power Judge DuRello in his separate opin- Ion in Ohio Valley Railways Roe vs Lander etc 20 Ky 1 R 913 said In discussing the separate coach low of this state The poilsy of such a Taw its ultimate purpose or the reasons which led to Its enactment are not matters for our consideration Whctn er the law Is a justlfialBe exercise of the police power docs not depend upon those considerations That a judge differs with the legislature upon a cnostlou of policy does not authorize him to say that a law In pursuance of auth a policy Is not a legitimate ex ercise of the police powers of the state For example a judg may dis agree entirely with the reasons which Induce a legislature to adojfi a qua antine law lIe may believe spreadiscd is not infections or contagious S1Ntt belle however would not justify him in holding Hint the law was not within the police power of the government And so with re gaxd to the laws for the suppression of lotteries Illustrations might be multiplied Judge DuRelle Zero has very dearly defined the function of the courts when called upon to deter tIegitlatniropolice power of the state The Supreme Court in Missouri Rv Co vfeHumes 115 U Sr 52says It is hardly necessary to say mintlicean objection to their constitutions validity and that the remedy for soughfromThe same court in Sinking Fund Cases 99 U S 718 says every pos sible presumption Is in favor of the validity of a statute and tils contin ues until the contrary is shown be yond a reasonable doubt The safety of our institutions depeafis in no small degree on a strict observance of this salutary rule It Is only when a law amounts to interferenceto pursue any lawful business that It unconstitutionalState A S R 482 This question of the separation of the races in some of its phases has been rather frequently before the courts nod those cases acquaint with the general policy of the lay on the question Judge Bannin in his work on fbi Fourteenth Amendment when referr ing to laws based upon racial dif ferences says Such legislation it the state regards It best for the han many and comfort of the two races and conduc ive to public order would seem to find full warrant under tin police power The Supreme Court In Plessy vs Ferguson 103 U S 25C one of the separate coach cases says Laws permitting and even requiring their separation In places where they are liable to be brought into contact do not necessarily imply tho inferiority of either race to the other and have been generally if not universally rec ognized as within the competency of the state legislatures in the exorcist of their police power The most corn mon instance of this is connected with the establishment of separate schools for white and colored children which have been hold to bo a valid exercise of the legislative power even by court of states whore tlu political rights of the colored tact have been longest and most earnest enforced chief Jugtlee sliaw of Jlftssachu sets in the cast of fldberts vs Bbs Concedingtherefore colored persons descendants of Afri cans are entitled by law to equal vohitiealivll quesionfor colored children Is a violation of ray of these rightsS It is urged that tins maintenance of separate schools tends to deepen and perpet rate the odlus distinction of caste founded in a deep rooted prejudice in public opinion This prejudice ii- I exists is not created by law Whether this distinction and preju lice existing in the opinions and feelings of the community would not as effectually be fostered by compell ing colored and white cnndren to as sociate together may wen be douotcd- At all events it Is a fair and proper question for the committee to consid er and decide upon having in view the best interests of bOth classes of children placed under their superin cadence and we can nol say that their decision upon it is not founded on just grouds of reason and exper race and is the result of a discrimi nating and honest judgment In an opinion of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in the case of the Phil Westchester R R Co vs Miles 93 A D 744 is found the full est and strongest statement of the reasons which justify a separation of the races That court says The right to separate being clear in proper cases and it being the subject of sound reg ulation the question remaining to bo considered Is whether there is such difference between the white and black races within this state result Ing from nature law and custom as makes it a reasonable ground of sep ration The question is one of dif ference not of superiority or Inferior ity Why the Creator made one black and the other white we do not know but the fact is apparent and the races are distinct each producing its own kind and following the peculiar law of Us constitution Conceding equality with natures as perfect and rights as disjimliarand feelings which He always im parts to Ills creatures when He in tends that they shall not overstep the natural boundaries He has assigned to them The natural law which for Ida their intermarriage and that so cial amalgamation which leads to a corruption of races Is as clearly divine as that which imported to them different natures The ten dency of intimate social mixture Is to amalgamation contrary to the law of races The separation of the white and blaclf races upon the surface ot the globe is a fact equally aprwit Why tills is so it la not hccoiwnrftr speculate but the fact of a fdtawllHi tlon of men by race and cdJoirii visible in the providential ratent ot the earth aa that of mast s cod The natural sep ratIoi4lM racea te therefore ai aad alt olal organization tori to their amalgamation a iu3Mtto the law ot nature 9MM cfel aina1gnatlen it Is tatfSfW1 t ts I anotheitoinferiorityin thatwouldItfssmmplydee of Divine Providence human au thesewidelyThe right of such to be free front freefrom butnoright When therefore we declare a relationsasIn a spirit of kindness and charity 0frightssimplytoraces established by the Creator hire IntermixNo well informed person in any positlonsocletyand racial progress Is sound andwho will deny that that is a laudable desideratum earliesthistoryour most profound scholars and wis usthatemancipationof1773 he drew offered and had pass themmportatio importedto afterbornabborrencedisbelieftbttt otfrenerom histatecipatlon he wrote the following r It was farad that the public mixed propositionrear itmustfollow Nothing is more certainly thatheecanrotladeliblethem theportion with1hetheooksica are finally balanced say with ab partfprocienceApplying the rules of law set out in this opinion rules that have been announced by the highest authority and approved by ninny courts uujeonslderatfon thatIhomaleugboldagtheolfcoinhlctmentend the defendant will be given an ex ception higherourts ntpelcltlogicature toewhitooutliusefulness of BOFOO Geihsg iSnshanipirddL H is tile btiiuion ot e of thta court that its pover fot andtfllarged thudgoit will bo to ccntlhuc the college at a ddudaionKenUckya college for the reception and educa prejudicerhichextent in some quarters and front CollegeeCaUSOthe two races will completely vanish peatIesympathy to and give substan la aidand encouragement to both institu manyentuckianswilling to do These views of course do not affect the legal questions In volved in this case but they cause thejudge of this court to be better saIls fied with the conclusions reached asto the legal aspects of the case thanho could be did he not bellevu that beneficent results will surely follow a cheerful compliance with and acquiescence In the Day Bill by the de 1Thislegislature of Kentucky was prompted by any race prejudice or any hostili ty towards the negro In passing the act under consideration Kentucky Is herIoredpays annually as much per head for the education of each colored boy andgirl between the ages of six and twen ty years as it does for each white boy and girl between those ages but It maintains for the higher education of the colored race a colored normal school at Frankfort and in that school those who will agree to teach in perdthe normal school are given free tui tion Annual appropriations of o 000 000 are made from tire funds of state to support this school and In 1902 there was a special appropria tion of 1500000 made to erect now buildings While the legislature is thus con sympathyIth the education of the colored youths of the state it should not be said that that body was prompted by other than the purest and best motives In the enactment of this Day Bill 4 Fraud Exposed A few counterfetere have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kinga New Discovery toe Cot sumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the pub lic This is to warn you to ba araotL VM people vhoeeek to profit through ling the reputation of remedies ytSeh have been successfully curing Jwease for over 35 years A sure pro ion to you our name on the wrap f KingsorIoklenba I inr taitatioM IL E Baeklwi A pCkieagelliasicl Wiadeec OsnoiM Ia ii C