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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it O L 0 Q 1 t Jj In ITHE RICIIMOND CLI b15c2eo rd Spots on P1 I STOLUMEIIa PHONE 80 II E C WINES DRUG STORE COR MAIN FIRST k I =mH m7IIJ TIlE- Country H ij SS ffi Store IN TOWN M m BUY FOR CASHSELL FO- RCASH ffi ffi ffi k We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware L4Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies jRoad Carts etc In fact most every article used on farm or in kitchen w Rememberour CASH PRICE makes v goods very low wntr compared with the credit system I IL WE SELL THE RIo 1Fthe most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give xis your order Fencing Wire Roof getc 7A 71 Tryour Old Fashioned k M i Country MeaIeCheap F p Poultry Eggs Hides f7 and Furs j t M j Colyer Bros + Phone 237 Maui Strut 7 RICHMOND KY Iflli1F7I E7 j D W TRIBEILE AtfCTIONEERAD REAE1 ESTATE AGENT Jonr Businesa Solicited atieIactioGtarateed SRIOIEvIOND e JrY Poisons lri Food Perhaps jou oatrealiML that reaoy- paia poieoas erifjiBaie in yerleitlbu soeae day you may fsda twhiedy pepeia that will eonviBce ouDr Kings New LIe TPlitiriutr gBaranteed- i to curft aIekndHee poiecwa el BB4tfM d food oVeriey baek 2k TrytbwB yS fab Lgjr 11 Sheriffs Sale For Tuxes 1904 OF Land and Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison Conntywilfolmr at Public in front of the Court House door in Rich mond Ky on Mondays March 605 ybetweenand G p m the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1904 WHITE LIST Richmond No J Baxter Wilfcea PIlot 476 Barlow Blanche 1 lot 7 sBolton Mrs Mary 1 lot 665 Bnsh Joe 5 lots 173 Bush White Hot 10 15 Channy GeoWl lot 500- FareyWmLbrsllot 42 Faulkner Mrs Nannw n r 1 lot 11 SO Frost JohnWlloU 500 Gormerley Wm C 133 acres 32 65 Harrison 0 H nr 8 lots 11 80 Harris Mrs Alcy lot 550 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots 1130 15tRellerfcenna Mrs John Hot 11 30 Million Mrs Mary 2 lots 3 7 Pence JBnr 4l6ts iisQ Pigg Irs Ta eUnl bot 1130 1qwell Win G 125 acres 2 lots 2740 Robinson Thos 1 lot 13 20 Todd Ifenry II lot 1f50 Trowers Tbos B 1 lot 5 oo VallacflHGl lot 1060 White W G G W Evans A lot 260 WipRins D Bro 1 lot i 2535 Witt Mrs Mattie J 1ot rV s1- 3Wortham 1250 JJP nr 1 lot i Z 20 Young Wm2Lacrea v 5 30- FXTOWN 2 Alcorn Cnrtis 78 acres ll 20 Barnes Mrs Annie 74 acred QOO Blevons Sirs Sarah 3 acree 2 40 Bolfn JasJr4 acres y 475 BoNn Noah 4 acres 9 se Brink Mrs Wm S 7 acres 485 Denny Joseph 4 acres no Geater Lucinda 76 acres 6 11alttMary 1 Mil 651 HOB 8G acres Y 6 DozIeri3rt2aerea 4 65 Dozier Robt 15 acres 5 05 17551ForhesCaGaew Jbe S 37 acres 57 MaBlzW a27acre a i llOQ Boberts Nan y hrs rae t8 f 210 Reeyes Jobn If nrGQ acres 2065 Tursr Mrs Harriett nr 87 acre 61 WWdJeSJasl acre 3 P5 Wool ume Mrs Mio rva 1 acre 2iU Whltmer Mn Aim nr 31 acree 6 i9 yduafriHenry38 aerea tUM1oo3 BesReU Mrs Je ifl6 acree j JO JKirri Robt i 96 acres i i L JpsNrsAnHl 80 t aire 24if iltJiix fIIhr 4 10 sifffl t raer 445- THrnt k T a ctPl tfAlltii OlNidlii JI r 6 i 0 I b 0 L ELHBTOS Q4 Briwer1I C2acreS 47 Browa Pames12 acresv 4 i5 Carpenter Qfi TKiWO acres 4 s Carpenter ranjcre CaTpeTrr4i50 or4dCornelisonJ Reed 40 acree vj a5Q COyle Mrs Wm2 acres r 2 40 CoylejIJardinlSl acres 7 70 Dozier Curtis 20 acrea 5 00 Gentry Mrs lary 40 acres ji 3 2Q Gentry David 3 acres Qi t 4 75 oovbrVm admr Wm Hurley- IWacrea 1715 GrinsteadBraith 1tot 8 20 Griristsad i Dora 1 lot i 3 i5 Heusley GCQ acres 8 75 Hunter Wiigns SO acres 4 35 Hunter Gils minor 40 acres 260 Jackson J as L 97 acres 7 05 Johnson Alc x 8 acres 4 15 Jones EHhunr20 acres 269 Kin Mrs Nancy 25 acres 320 Kid well Mrs Marv J 40 acres 5 50 Lain Mrs Matilda 17 acres L 550 Lam Mrs Poley 50 rcres 3 75 Lamb John 35 acres 475 Lamb John 50 acres 415 Lamb Lincoln 18 acres j 5 00 Lamb Ida 10 acres 260 Lakes Mrs Bottle 25 acres 2 60 Lakes Quit CO acres 4 75 Lakes Sanford n GQacresr 7 05 Lakes James M ICO 8 20 Maupin Mrs Cass hrs 8 acres 6 65 Mize Phoebe 130 acres ii 6 65 Powell Hudson 60 acres 5 30 Poore Mrs Cynthia 1 acre 5 50 PortwoolMartha25 acres 400 Riddell Mrs Louisa 75 acres 5 50 Scrlvner Irvine 155 acres V 21 05 Wilcox Time J 25 acres 8 20 Yeater Lucinda r 6 5 YATES Ko5 Asbill John A 2 aifes 6 75 Rates James 42 acres 6 30 Barrett Barbery 15 acresj 340 Benge Warren 7 acres j 305 flange Pitman 122 acres 1550 Brewer John 2 acres 305 Darnell Lyman 10 acres 5 30 Carter George nr 11 acres 3 20 Cornelison Robt U 7 acres 4 75 Coyle Thos J 5S acres 7 05 Cooper Tipton 37 acres r 7 05 Gibson Wm 1 acre 4 55 Gibson Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 3 20 Gilmore Jane 80 acres 2 lots 18 30 Harris Thomas 1 acre 3 75 Hays Phillip 59 acres 5 Johnson Beverly S 8 acres 5 60 Johnson Sch vler 1Q acres 500 Lamb John 60 acres 790 Longsdon Dolphus nr 3 acres 2 60 Lowman Nancy 25 acres 3 20 Maupin Mrs Anne T 7 acres 3 65 Munpin Buster acref 4 15 Moody John 2 acres 3 00 Murrell Wm 10 acres 4 10 PIjjj Buck 53 acres 5 00 PiUR Wm H 20 acres 6 35 Ponder John 7 acres 7 90 Powell Win 112 acres r 12 90 Powell Win III 50 acres 4 75 Roberts VY40 acres 885 Rocker Wm M43 acres ilO 75 Scott Max 29 acres 4 75 ThackerGeo 2 acrs 5 20 Turpin Robt40 acres 4 75 GLADE KO 6 Allen Mrs Hannah 1 lot V35 Ames Geo nr 1 lot 7 l gso Anderson Edvard 1 lot 5 90 Baker John CO acres 400 Ballard Mrs Nannie 56 acres 575- Beusley Sallie 1 acre 2 60 Benge Dave 1 lot 535 Bojjgs John 1 lot 41 30I Burton Jack nr 3 acres 6 65 Barnes Mrs Same 1 lot 5 50 Comba Martha 1 lot 345 Collins N B 26 aores 475 Uroncher Jno W 3 acres 385 ornelus Mason 1 lot 11 80 Davis Joe nr2S acres 400 Daniels Thos 68 acres 7 65 Damrell Joe 15 acres 4 45 EmlemanC nr 1 lot 2 75 Fish E T aRt Peter Roferd brs 17 acres 4 00 Harlow Wm 1 acre A15 Hardin L S nr 1 lot J8 20 Harrison TJ 25 acres 500 Henry J R nr 83 acres 7 60- BolUclaw Daniel nr lot 65 Hawkins John A 4 acres 8 50 Jones Nancy L E 35 acres 275 Kindred Harvey nr 2 acres j 50 Kindred Reubin 1 acre 05 Kindred Mrs Rilda mere 215 Lewis P B 1 lot 1320 Lucas Sam 1 lot 55 Lunsford Jas W 1 acre r B 00 Lusk Dr Jno L 1 lot IJ 50 Manpln Frank ilptO jJf 50 Maiden Iary 13 acres JJ 40- Maiiaffey Mrs Ellen 1 lot 30 Mitchell John H nr 10 acres jl 35 Moore Lac Mary 52 acres 80 Pitts Bynum 9 acres tl 75 Pre ilon B A 1 lot fl 50 Ramsey A P 1 Jot 45 Reynolds A BI lot j75 Richardson John hrs 1 lot J 00 Sexton D Morris 4 acres IJGO n95ShockleyTodd John Wi3 acresJ f fSO Tat w Mrs Mattig20acres 20 Watkins Tlioa H 1 lot t 415 WatklnsL A lob 4IS 1110fVlnkfer 1IRSViLLE7- AdamsOtiaUot x4 1 Brateher J w jare 35 EIJ14 acrel 20 Hill Elizabetb 78 acres i 60 Horton 1a8cyhrs 27 acre6 KindredFvtacre i v 2Masters Jno Blir 40 acres 35 MyersWi j r1Iot- Prewitt G MartbaR 15 aerra RhodHB ATbertliaere Rhod8SJeb l acre Roes A1ex18aeq 1J5 Sebtia Hn1Im i 8ff i se- 8ntth cal bQ Mows C 1 Je I J11enltX rt t l IbomaI B wi 4 3i- W4PAr rt iiw o White nrs Green 1 ace WI k J5LWood k ct o A 1 14kIS Jas 1FBM r Betow Jw ob jii l ei XvaViiil tad B84 rs JI sas1 F it rTZt fJ i- Wt Jj I oEt c c IiI Btirtodi Elisabeth 5 acres s 20 Burtota Wiley B F 15 acres 535 BurtOB Woods Lrs20 acres 4 35 Clark Felix 2 acres I 75 Cotton Eliza 49 acres 7 Collins Jno A 10 acres 475 Iol ton Rachel 2 acre 2 60 Fain Brack I acre 4 20 Fitch Mrs Jane 25 acres f 59 00 Foster Joe Pli rlacre 2 ii Foster Root 1 acre 3 8i Goforth Frank 49 acres 12 or Harvey Leyi 21 acres 7 S Haden L n r lot 3 76 Haden E L trustee L J Haden 103 acres V 13 70 Hensley Mildred n r36 acres 480 Hill JasM 27 acres 1200 Howard Wm 20 acres 500 How Walter 30 acres I 05 Laws Howard 1 acre 4 2o Sand Sallie 45 acres 65 Lowry Mrs Tliursel lot J1 oo Lowry Lissie 16 acres fi 4oLowry Nathan lo ceres 4 75 Lowry Reuben 122 acres Do Lowry Wm Jc 1 acre 420 Lowry Win Sr 1 acre 3 90 Lowry James lo acres 4 75 Locker Win 1 acre 420 MartinSam I lot 4 45iV lotIey JS acI18 tji 125o1 4 oeJ R ri 23801per 1iQunntQ1lsenberryJohrcrcs 3 60 o rrjRenfroeRenfroe Wm Jr 7 acres 4 15 Rhodue Jas 7 acres 5 Do Sanders Morris 2o acres 5 Do Sebastian Rufus 5 acres 4 75 Sowers Jas L 1 acre 4 35 Stennett Linsey 25 acres r 7 oS Taylor Wm 1 let 705 Taylor Lyinaul lot 4 15 Tudor Potsey Ant 1 lot S oo VandeJpool Jacob 1 lot 415 VencontWm 21 10 Ward Calvin 17 acres r 765 White Chas W 32 acres 8 10 Woods John 1 acre 4 15 Wade D S n r 1 lot i 260 Young John R 5 acres So Young John A 15 acres lo 25 COLORED LIST RICHMOND SO 1 Alford Eliza 1 lot 7 05 Anderson Ed 1 lot 685 Barnes Henry 1 lot 4 i5 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 6 65 Barnes Henry and Rebecca lot 4 2o Bates Bnford 1 lot 475 Ballard Wince 1 lot 6 50 Bena Chas I lot 765 Biggcretaff Jas 1 lot 535 Black Jas Sr 2 lots 590 Blythe Wm 1 lot 6 So Bly the Soil lot 5 35 Bronston Goo Mot v 7 05 Bronston Jacob 1 lot i75 Burgin Martha hrs 1 lot 4 Do Rurnam Alice 1 tot 720 Barnain Chas 1 lot So Agent Jno C Burnam 1 lot 5 00 Burton Belle n r 1 lot 2 So Campbell Elder W 1 lot 4 55 Gbenault John lot 4 So Clay Lizzie 1 lot 2o65 Coviugton Rarab hrs 1 lot 435 Cochrans Sarah hrs 1 lot 10 15 Cornelison Ed 1 lot 5 Do Crutcher Nancy 1 lot 4 35 Crawford Laura 1 lot 4 35 Craig Henry 1 lot 6 Uo Dentherape Bush 1 lot 17 45 Douthett Thos 1 lot 9 So Embry Mariah n r 1 lot 300 Ernbry Julia A 1 lot 4 35 Eatill Robt n r 1 lot 320 Estill Tenia lot 3 2o Fife Mary A 1 lot 480 File Sarah 1 lot 435 Fisher Easter 1 lot 260 Francis Wm 1 lot 5 75 Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 5 So Gibbs Mary 1 lot 3 75 Harris Ben 1 lot 7 oS Hisle Andy 1 lot 5 Do Hill Nathan lot I 35 Continued on Fourth Page Impoveriske Soil Impoverished soil like impoverished blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by nnnlyz jig the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products If your blood js impoverished your doctor will tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich reel corpuscles that are lacking in it It may be you need a tonic but more likely you need a concentrated fat food and fat is the element lacking in your svgten There fa no fut food that is so easily digstedend assimi lated a- sScotts Emulsion OfCodLiver Oil r It vill nourisk and strengthen the body wheuniilknd cream foil to ojt Scbtfs Emulsion is always the same always palatable and always beneficial where the bpdyis wafiting from 41Y oause5 either ia children or adults We will stint you z s mptetr e B sure that this pie ture m tlw form of n labtl is on the wrapper l9Lt1e QLJWUl 5 sad 1OO MtIg r BIG GIVE HAS RIVAL LARGEST JIT TILE WORLD DIS COVEBED IH CANADA Wonderful Eubternmean Cavern Said to Beat Mammoth Cave lnXen tuckyrOver Two Miles in Length Revelstoke B CA wonderful Eub terranean cavern believed to rival the Mammoth cave of Kentucky has been discovered In the Canadian northwest It Is believed to be the largest cave yet round in the world This cave Is situated near Revelstoke In a country which was thought to have been thoroughly explored by those liv ing In the vicinity It has four en trances and its length is two miles and its width is nearly half a mile It has a depth in some places of more than 2000 feet It is studded with millions of bright crystals and colored stalactites ranging from cblortess pink red ami brown to purple which hang from the top and sides in clusters resembling Icicles Beautiful colored columns from six inches in diameter reach from floor to ceilingSThe formation is a blue lime rock The cave was probably formed through- iheacUoRof watVrfr far down in the depths ofthoabysIjithe center of the cave can behefdtlie shlng of waters ofvi Blghty uhterraheanriver whose source or outlet Is yeiaystery + Ii There Are evidenccs JiSat this caved been Bh l djbot1Cfound the mummified bodies of wereI man beings now resembling dried spongelike leather The outlines of the forms are plainly discernible The discovery of this cave was made by prospectors for coal or gold and it was then parUally explored by a party of Canadian engineers who made meas- Urements An exploration party is now being formed to systematically traverse the entire cave and gather such information as It may Inquiry among the native Indians who have lived in this vicinity for genera tions reveals the fact that the existence of this cave has been unknown to them The location of the cave is 120 miles north of the international boundary from the state of Washington west of the Selkirk range of mountains and It is thought the subterranean stream may be connected with the Columbia river which flows past Revelstoke two miles distant from the cave ASKS FOR LIFE SENTENCE Novel Bequest of a Prisoner in Lon don Says He Can Only Be Happy in Tail LondonAn astonishing dilemma confronted a Justice here recently- A prisoner named Edward Lee a farm laborer aged 42 was indicted for obtaining food and money by false pretenses He pleaded guilty with cheer ful alacrity The judge was turnlnrover the depo sition when he stopped with a look of imazementIt here he said that when before the magistrates you expressed I desire for 20 years penal servitude Yes sir said the prisoner eaglerly but oh if you could only make it a lifer You have continuously been convicted for 14 years past said the justice and you have had two terms of three years penal servitude Yes your lordship said Lee visi bly brightening the more I get the bet ter I like it Yours is the most difficult case I ever had before me said thejudge I do not know what to do with yqa t Make it a lifer my lord cred the man with tears in his eyes I like pris on better than anythingen earth Make It a lifer and then I shall have a home None of us can get what we like in this world replied the Judge mourn fully I am sorry but I cannot gratify your desire You will have five years penal servitude Make it ten my lord make It ten cried Lee in despairing tones No said the judge sternly and Lse was taken away thoroughly unhappy on account of the shortness cf his sentence EGGS HATCHED BY BEES Ohio Tanner Tries an Odd Plan Which Dispenses with JTeod of an Incubator Cincinnati This is how a farmer In Ashtabula county says ho succeeded in batching eggs In a bee bite J was transferring a warm of bees and noticed that the heatwas about the same as I had it for my incubator With a thermometer I found It was the same That night my wife inquired whether we had not better set another hen I said All right but that night I put 20 eggs in the top of the hive and said nothing about It but waited to see what would happen In 19dayiJ I took out 18 chickens Since that Uxno I have tried It several times and have done as well and I Ttnow that others will succeed in this same way if they should try I can hatch over bees every egg that is fertile First you need an oatchair hive Then stretch a piece of cheese cloth above the bees and lay the eggs 3D lL Put a cushion on its side and top around the eggs If any have doubtS about the temperature Wing hatching eggs they can teiJt itfor them selves if they havear swum of bees handy Train Falcons for War Us- A dispatch fromToklo siys the Japa nese are training falcoae to Capture Bus alan carrier pigeons ExaBBiHe eer ol Carriages Bungles etc Before Baakisg aparcbase We are at the lowest possible prices Riehtaond Carriage Works 8 L Mldkifr Prop- usMARKSTDCffiCINNATI i- lBoOtsSbOe Rubbers r ciwriiS- Mocqan EL OOU5 I i srBis CO- nel Clothes M vker 6ALT MORE NWYORK iNow is to time to buy It We have Put very low rthe new up are etc we are on all our new our you can li our We our vehicles to sell and it yon will call and Ret price we will prove this assertion and of yon an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Prop I I R I ieiNo1V 1075 WEAK MEN CUBED JoitlfU Lk r Soraftli Dnlnt Luk u4 AnMtlm rwr FlIIIIoMu Flllojt 31ah4 Vlfor balldi up Ankhe Kcm Tritberauc Bin malu P Dlpotp JapUla rapper iiraxJ ILN 8olhly by REMEDY CO- Lincoln In coua 0 Scaite Which is the J burglary may you of valuables worthanywhere between 10 and One rent of a Deposit Box costs you is the Bank 1Trust Co Ky New Time Lath oa L A Commencing Monday Dec 19tli noon train for Irvine and rival and departure of other at Richmond M Agt Busy Bee Cash pj The kind that i i Helps you on in the L tf f Thats the kind of clothing we sell Iti1Smade Schloss Bros Co Correct Clothe Makers throughoutItIt is correct in every style particular Every garment is shaped to fit perfectly and so made as to hold its shapeSIn linings collars buttonholes and all the details of finishing each garment is fully up to the merchant stand ard and a sights better much of theSthat masquerades as merchant tailoring pieLurhe sbowsa prosperous looking ffk fsuit tlJStffor business and general wearl i constitutes a gentlemans ideal of excel If moderation Tr 4 iYhat do yQU tl inkof such as this in ritriSwarm Cheviots and fashIOnable mIxtures I At so a price IupnirpqHoliday Stuff Ion all goods in order to sell them out Clean before the holidays over Dont buy anything in Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing Goods Toys NotionsSCarpets Hats Shoes until you have heard the low cash prices naming stuff oAny CLOAK that was left from sale buy at your own price you havent bought your CIoaL get prices W D OLDHAM and RICHMOND KENTUCKY nn purchased only make Midkiff JEEPOAl JEEPOAL Clnclimttl 15Wdthf CheapestOne deprive 10000 years 5- Wblch cheapestState Richmond afternoon disconunuediuntil trains Hacker Storelr WorIdii byS tailor than stuff low I CO u rIf Gas HBA TBRS J Want your or beard beautiful brown richWack Ko 5mo etTo SmeXX t vto t HeaterSTho room is heated quicklySand cheaply TheyScost and being detachchSable pan used in any room J- Telephone OrdersSPromptly A JIJRichmond j Vtt 5an4 L4t Compan4S J zl i t I Rubber Stamps and Pads lAyers Pills moustache or Use asI2 ll1io43akvctWitha Gas satisfactorily little bo Filled IAyersBUCKINGHAMS DYE 1IIITT Of 0115 CHI MUSI K L rg g j ll FURNITURE Winter is noW approaching and it Is now time for fall cleanlag Every housewife wants something new to brightea the d that are soda to come A piece ol new Furniture a4 prettPIctuieor = a nice Rug Wahandle all kinds of house faralskag goods Jrom the 4 smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Saitej Qarline of Pictures all kinds CartaiaFlxtHres Pansy IlaMpere- VRugs t 1 a large line of odd Reeking chairs and everything that will f makes home czy and comfortably fCoe aaciIaspetourbig stoek Special atteatloB is called to our UBaertaking Department i 3 s 1 AM j tofortsLctotieS w ie fe t tr t t f J S rr 7tvI I 4 111- eave just recHved a f t J I s new line of Silk and Linen i FE Handkerchiefs Mufflersh E 1Ttes Socks Shirts Collars J IE CuFfs Gloves CiEi tto ns u s Stick Pins andalso the e newest line of ladies and I t 0ea House ine gents Slippers r4 town Se Is 4 r F imferatcher i c Jrt661e I Ii f e P 5 SS S S I S I sSSSS S SS SS SS SCSS S S S S StSSSSSSS0SSSSSSSSSSSSSS SS0S 0SS The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVER WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated J C CflBNAULTPresidentA D MILLEREdllor Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY MAR 1 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET- For Ilupresentative R W MILLER For junty Judge- NBTURPIN For County Attorney It H CROOKE For Sheriff PB BROADDUSI OlerkrFor Assessor BOYDPWAOERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF WsIIIN ToNs birthday was cele l bra ted by Frenchmen in Paris for the first time A banquet was held and speeches made in honor of tho anni verury y AT last Congress has recognized woman in all her glory and has ac cepted a marble statute of one of the purest of sex Miss Frances E Wil lard to be placed in the statuary hall in the Capitol building The cercmon j accompanying the presentation oc cured on Febuary 17th and lasted the 4 entire day THE state of Illinois has undertak en to feed the birds during the in tense weather This apparent be nevolence is not for the good of the birds but for the good of the hnman beings who want them kept alive for N hunting purposes It is only the 2 quail and prairie chickens who are to ft be favored f51000 will be spent in- grainK which will bo scattered at their feeding places F Increbible Brutality j It would have been incredible bru tality ifChas F Lemberger of Syra cuse N Y had not done the best he ffcould onus Buflering son My boy he sayscut a fearful gash over his eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it aud Sheaved his eye Good for burns and g ulcers too Only25c 1m Browers I Lexington i oer Youri floorsS4with a new carpet It will make your whole r omJoklienew patterntare dozens and scores that cant tail to please you One of them will be Just the Thing Prices i doIlow figure Come and let us show these fresh artistic and- T pleasing deafens tbat we havein f profusion And while you are- here do not fail to look at our- TCW liRe of Baby Carriages and- r GeCartB Flfowe SCoi 4 M AND IIIO r1J AY Gbt1Ky rldiv wJJl 1ecC Full MAUlsfaATE We are authorized to announce MrJ D DYKES a candidate for Magistrate of Rich mond Magisterial District subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce A D MIL LER a candidate for reelection to the office of City Council of Richmond subject 15 the tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr T T COVINQTON a candidate for the office of subjecttoWe are authorized to announce JO A MYERS a Candida e for City Council from East End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party ALBERT1GENTRY Democratic party We are authorized to announce JENNINGS MAUPIN a candidate for Councilman from East End precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR POLICE JUDGE We are authorized to announce Judge n C RICE a candidate for the office of Police Judgo of Richmond subject to the action of tbe Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce Mr J T WILSON a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE We ore authorized to announce Mr L M SCRIVNER a candidate to the office of Constable of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party COL INGERSOLL once said that there were very few men on earth who had the courage to voice their sentiments Some he said were in business and feared offending their customers and others were in politics and feared of fending the voters The noted agnos tics statmont is recalled by the fol lowing editoral from the Atchison Kan Globe which denies with the race question in the Sunflower State The people of Kansas City Kan who are demanding seperate high schools for white and black children say they will provide as good schools for the blacksas for tho whites This being tho case why do the colored people object No sclfrespecting white man insists on going where he is not wanted anda colored man should not do it Thereis not a man in the State who does not know that separate schools would be more ef fective but the average man expects to run for President some day and is fearful of offending the colored vote In Kansas City there have been riots between the white and black pupils of the school In the name of common sense what objection is there to whites by themselves and blacks themselvesThere many Kcntuckian who expects to run for President some day as there are men in Kansas with simi hopes but there are few Kentuckians who would favor mixed schools to forward political ambitions Theorists may exhaust their eloquence in their efforts to convince Southerners that mixed schools arc not inimical to the welfare of white children but the Southerner knows the negroes and he knows that aside from questions of social equality the question of morality is a factor in the mixed school problem The negro race ha not progressed as yet to tho point it which any large percentage of negro children are reared under the moral influences with which the average white child is surrounded This consideration alone should be sup ficibnt to make mixed schools abhoK rent to white men arid make them oppose mixed d schools regardless of politics Louisville Times Twice a Week The Commandery under drill master J J Greenleaf is meeting twice each week now for drill practice Every effort is being made to be ready for the coming Conclave in May The lodge is constantly increasing in membership andgreat interest taken by alUfcThe hospitality ofviclimond peo pIt is well known and their aid to wards making the Conclave a success is already assured Wagons Wagons Wagons at D B Shackelford A Co They have the best wagon and the prices Sfetf 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now knqwn to the medical fraternity Catarrh a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Car actingdirectly destroyluggiyingthe patient strength by building op constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The proprietors have much faith in its curative powern that they offer one hundred dolkuTH foray case tb t it fails to cure Bead for Hat testimonials JLddre F JCHKNSY c l Toledo DItto Srjht4h1alltlt 7ie Je tIIuJlttJ11 P j 4 s SHL WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because Its For One Thing Only and Richmond is Learning it Nothing can bo good for everything Doing one thing brings success Doans Kidney Pills do one thing onlySThey cure backacheevery kidney- ill Here is evidence to prove it Elsworth Blackburn carpenter of Versailles says Some few years ago I was employed in a freight house and the nature of my work being on my feet so much of the time and doing so much heavy lifting the doctor told me was the cause of my kidney trouble After leaving this position I wnt to work in a tobacco factory which did not seem to he any better for me as the dust from the tobacco made thd trouble still worse The aching acros the small of my back wassoeovere that I could hardly stoop or straghten and the secretions from the kidneys were not free enough in action were discol ored aud at times painful I learned of Doans Kidney Pills and procured a box They helped me right from the start and I kept on witlrthe treatment until I was well thoachfng ceased and the urinary trouble was cc rrcct d I cannot speak too highly of this valuable remedy Plenty more proof like this from Richmond people Call at B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers reportSFur sale bv all dealers Price EOc Foster JUlburii Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States y Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other m- cliPERSONAL Mrs W T Short is visiting in Arkansas Mrs Z T Rico WAS jit Foril Sunday Mrs Henry Jon iis visiting in Mt Sterling i I Misses Mona and Lee Prathcr were in Lexington last weekSMrs G G Prewitt has been quite ill at her home on third street Xkiss Van GreralCHI is in Paris visiting Miss Lizzette Dickerson Mba aUamiItesr tSun day with her parents in Estill county Mrs H M Blanton is at home from a visit to her parents at Chilesburg Miss Sallie Adams has returned to Lancaster from a visit to Miss Callie Adams Miss Mabel Lctton has returned tq Versailles after spending severa weeks here Mrs Ella Parley wasla Louisville last week buying a new line ol milliner Miss Nuckols o lleslis been the charming grieit fMrs R C Stockton Miss Rose Alvcrson is at hmo from Washington City where shstoher brot1 Mr James Frasa of Camp Nelson spent Sunday with hIs sons Messrs H H and Chits Frasa Mr and Mrs Herman Frasa have moved into their new home on GlJn don and Fourth avenue The many friends of Mr J A Higgins were much pleased to sec him out after his recent illness Mr Leuhsr formerlyIwith Rice and Arnold has accepted o clerkship with Mr B W Turner Miss Tribbie has concludeil a visit to Mrs G W Evans Jr andre urned to her home at Shelby ville Mrs H P Reid and Mr John Rymell were callejTtb Paris last week by the serious illness of Mrs Sallie Brown Mr Herman Frasa whose serious illness has been a sourceof much regret among his maby friends is ImproviagSMisses K V and Jesephine Schmidt were in Cincinnati last week buying their spring stock of milli DOry Miss Dorsie Stocktdof Irvine wits here last Friday ind Saturday with Mrs Tom Chcaault on Second streetS y Mrs Robert Patton 88 bqfiess at a delightful card party jatjwir elegant 4Tesrs Give nature three helps and of con nearlyeVerrCaa Fresh air most important of all Cherry PectoralN Then a medicine to the cough and heal thelungs Ask any good doctor Iflrtt ned Ayers Cherry Pectoral M yearsl- LIo I have seen terrible cues of hnngdta eases ewrcrt by It IimneTerwillioutlt AtUSttT U IlAMltTOS MarIetta Ohio iteiOc JcATBRCO All mtotfor Lawn Mu Consumption Health demands dallYHctlonef the bowels Aid nature with Ayers Pills Mesdame Powers and Flora have been in the city buying the newest and most uptodato things in milli neryMr James McKenna of Lexington has been over to see his brotherin law Mr R J McKee who is still very ill- Rev E G B Mann of Lexington aid Mr Robert Bergman of Irvine were pleasant callers at this office yesterdaySMrs Chas Green and daughter and Aliss Hannah Buckley have been visiting cinnati relatives and friends in Cin Mr Harry P Jones and family of Pennsylvania have been registered at the Glyndon for several days Mr Jones is superintendent of the Brush Creek coal company Mrs William Hinman of Char lottesville Virginia and Mrs Cha Jackson of Cincinnati are heroVisit ing their father Colonel Richard Clark on Fifthstreet Dr and Mrs J V Logan of Dan ville were registered at the Glydon Saturday having come over to see the little child of Mr and Mrs Thom son Burnam who is seriously ill Mr and Mrs T J Rice and Miss May Grinstead of Irvine were in the city last Friday and enjoyed The Irish Pawnbrokers at Grand Opera that night Mrs J H Hazelrigg passed through Richmond Monday en route to her home at Frankfort from Irvine where she has been visiting her daughter Mrs Courtland Chenmlt t tC1ttrnr ue otel IMiss Belle Bennett left Saturday morning for an extended Southern tripembracing Nashville Memphis Atlanta New Orleans and points in Texas On Sunday night she dettrS ed an address in Nashville subject of which was mountain mission work Saturdays evenings Timescontaincd a splendid likeness of little Miss Geneva Lackey the twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Beacham Lachey of this city She is a most at tractive and winsome little Miss and her parents are justly proud of her As is well known Mr Will Pattie is one of the leading tenors with Ted E Fausts minstrels which will exhiUit here tomorrow night Mr Pattie is an old C U boy and a nephew of Dr C D Patlio of this city He was given quite an ovation at tho time of his first appearance here and is sure to be greeted by many old friends again tomorrow night Mr L Parker Adams who recently resigned his position as night clerk at the Glyndon on account of ill health is now confined to his bed with typhoid fever at the home of his brother Mr Bruce Adams in the country His friends hope for his early recovery Mrs James S Crutcher entertained he West End Flinch Club in a delightful manner on last Monday af terncon The parlors were darkened and lighted with many electric bulbs and decorated with beautiful eeC Vreens and carnationa and roses After the game a delicious lurch of sub stantial 4 and ices was served to the guests The tally cards for the game were unique little red white and blue flags in honor of date Mrs John Lancaster whp is at the St Josephs Hospital where she un derwenta painful operation on her ankle last week is doing nicelyand her friends hope she will soon recover Lexington Herald Mrs Lancaster was formerly Miss Delia Pigg of tins city Her friends here sympa tntzo with her in her aflliction and wish her an early recovery In point of detail and decoration Mrs Edgar Turleys Flinch partyon last Wednesday afternoon was one of the prettiest oithe season Tho Tur ley home on the Campus in one of the handsomest in the clland on this occasion was more beautiful than ever being elaborately decorated in red white and blue in honor of the anniversary the father of his coun try About fifty guests enj yed progressive Flinch and an elaborate lunch was served at the close of tho games There is no more popular or delightful hostess in Richmond than Mrs Turley and her friends are always glad to share her hospitality and her entertainments are alwaja the beautiful and that kind that im parts genuine pleasure ta her guest Mrs t J Frazee was hostess yes terday afternoon at a pretty card party at her home j n North Broad way It was a milltary party and a lovely celebration othe days The house was decorated with patriotic colors Hags and vases ot American BeautIes Lltierty roses and carana onendwaiiP1hero hecardt tables were in the hall and two p riorsiiad ia thcen ter of ec was aj nag ln tiny Ted white and blue pot each being lJcngFortL cBoo iy Sampler Henry Monroe Erie and WiyneV The iaiesf i te- gewere rL ndw iteatiRribbon batiaeri of their forts andas added by the winners1 and at ine condition of the ganitlte four layers l t yio rio OHe werc were peeewk t witi l Jy priaeg 3uring tke fterneoB cfeampagB pn tck ws handed and at the conclusion of the game de liclous ices anil cakes were served The party was one ofthc prettiest celebrations of the day and was thoroughly eajoycd Mrs Frazee wore a beautiful gown of blue chiffon and white lace and received in the parlors Lexington Herald The Climaxes in receipt of a letter from Mrs Lillfc Himebaugh who is in Austin Texas She iiMloned having accidentally rut across Climax there and in most complimentary terms spoke ofhowahe enjoyed it reading even the advertisements and every line in it Mrs Himebaugh is the daughter of the late Mrs Mary Jane Roberta SAttentho Mr Customer We are knocking at your door with our new lines of spring and summer goods We am prepared to offer the buyer every advantage of newness quality and economy that a sprendidly assorted retail store can present We solicit your spying trade on the representation that you will find it satisfac tory and profitable to make your pur chases from nr We carry most any thing you can ask for in dry goods notions shoes hats and gents1 furnish ings We also carry a complete line of carpets iniUtings and rugs We guarantee to give the best quality of goods for the price The price always the lowest Gill and see us Lackey Hamilton The Hustling Cash Store DBATMfc PAKKEK At St Joseph Hospital- in Lexington oil last Thursday Mr W H Parker aged fiftytbree IcarsI Mr Parker wiis homed and reared inI Lexington and spent the greater partI of his Hie there BOIIDEKS Mr and Mrs J B Bor ders have the deep sympathy of their friends in thebes of their six weeks old daughter whose death occurred on last Tuesday night at the Henderson House Mr herders is engaged in getting out the pictorial edition of the CLIMAX abd both he and his estimable wife tiara niade some very warm friends during their stay here The little body was laid tenderly to rest in tlieJRichraond cemetery on Wednesday where Rev G W Shepherd conducted brietservicesPAnnisuMrs Lou Parrish a highly respected and much beloved woman died Thursday night at her home on the Boonesbpro pike after a very brief illness Deceased who was eighty even years old was a lovely Christian character and for her death had nc feats Her funeral occurred Friday afternoon after which her remains wee brought to this city for interment Sfie is survived by the following chili dren Mesdames C T Fox John Phelps and Miss Margaret Parrish and Mr William Parrish all of this county and Mrs John Parrish of Missouri BUBSAJIA grlei has fallen in the family of Mr Thompson Burnaai and a cloud of sombre hue has cast Its ebon efiadow acrors their sunny threshold Their bright little daughter Mary Lo gan aged five years has gone back to Heaven Like a beautiful rpsbud she bloomed Iota season and then withered Her death which occurred Monday caine alter an illness of several weeks tad the Junerai was con ducted at thij family residence at Sil ver Creek yesterday afternoon Rev Sanford Logan of Wilmore preached the beautitul but brief sermon after which the little remains were brought to this city for interment A feature at the grave was the beautiful solo sung by Mr J V Logan another uncle of the little one whose life was short The fond parents grief stricken and heartbroken are bowing resignedly to the will of tber Master who loved them much but loved the little twig that leaned upon them more Resolutions solutions on the death of Bro PaulNoqle who was killed on Jan 31 by falling on the Ice D Hamilton Lodge No 578 F- 1A M Ujiion City Ky Whereas the death angel lias again alarmed our outer door and the Su preme Architect has summoned Bro Paul Noble to that celestial lodge be It Resolved That by his death our lodge hasloet faitbfnlworthy brother lila family u kind and devoted husband and father and the community upright citizen Resolved That wo deeply sympa thizewith his family in this their sad bereavement ndcahonlY commenU them to Him who has said Fear not for I am with yon Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the records published in the Masonic Home Journal and Richmond Climax and a copy sent to each of his familt T A ShELTON J It DUNBAR L It HKBVEY i Committee Cures atarrhal Deafness r One Weeks Use of Hyomei Did More- Than SJz Months Treatment by Specialists In the treatment of deafness which is often a result of catarrh Hyomei acts almost immediately upon the In flammed njernbrane and the hearing begins to raj turn at once A few days treatment will bring relief and in three or tour weeks according to the severity ofj the case a cure will be ac complished Miss MijekHof Mattewan N Y says Hjpmei Is truly wonderful Ihave used ijbut a short tune and see a Myhearinghad no idn that I would Improve rapidly jn d short a time My breath whfcb waslBo offensive to myself and efltlrelyIcatarrh sp Jcialists and can truly that six ra bnthaof tlielrtrcatment is not p ono Jaontli of Hyomei Beqlald delton is selling Hyomei puen l plan of agreeing to ediciaedoesuiotA cotepl te outfit coefe GBlyland tcoaewte of U inhaler that can be car red iRthveetp6ct8t a mwJfoiBe dropperan a bdttleef HrABiui The nbMtericli fast lifetime anti there fe iIftL HJom i tor utyenl weeks treat nt AiTditiM jhettleeXlfypy m ieH be l1rtfGr We Cvlapafe this Inuili e with the fees ebaraod bUaostfarftfa d aMa rit IXIIISSIUUIE FK III51lPl tLlid4eltoa Has Simple itomedy TJwt is Guaranteed to Cure tILe Trouble No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than misery The stomach is weak and cannot digest the food so that there is no appetite there are pains in the bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen l the stomach and the dl gestive system by the use of Mi ona 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 Other medicines may glVt temporary relief by helping digest the food but they donot strengthen tbe stoBMeli and bat or gan gets weaker sSmaeaher all the ti f- cH3uMiddelt6n the reliable drug gfitf so much confidence in this re markable remedy that he guarantees a cure or the money will be refunded MI oria costs but 6ff cents a box Ask to see the strong guarantee given with every box0 Miona is in tablet form and should betaken before each meal Other remedies for stomach troubles and indigestion are taken afer the meal and decompose the good food you eat but Miona used before eating strengthens the stomach so ties and heals all irri tatlon 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 Telephone B H Iuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf A Cold in the Heads simply a mild form of catarrh Use that which cleanses and heals the dis eased membrane Bnnsens Catarrh Cure Is the remedy It cures catarrh easily and pleasantly contains no mer cury or other injurious drug It is quickly absorbed gives instant relief and opens and cleanses tho nasal pass ges Regular size DOc Ask your drug- gIst B L Middeltou for free sample and pamphlet telling about catarrh mch The best wagon made the Stude baker is for sale by C E Douglas Co f58t Strikes Hidden RocksIWhen your ship of hdden rocks of Consumption Pneumonia etc you are lost if you dont get help from Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption J W McKin non of Taladepa Springs Ala writes I had been very ill with pneumonia under the care of two doctors but was getting no better when I began to take Dr Kings New Discovery The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cnre for sore throat bron chitis coughs and colds Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free 1m The Colonels Waterloo Colonel John M Fuller ot Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly dead of these ctfmplalntsandaltliough I tried my family doctor he did me no good so I got a 50c bottle ot your great Electriz Bitters which cured me I consider thntn the best medicine on earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them Sold and guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia Biliousness and Kidney disease at Soc a bottle t- mMATRIMONIAL BEOMANKIXO Mr Harvey Red mond and Mrs Blanche Bybee King were nlhrl led last Wednesday by Rev G W Sliepherd HARTUNDERWOOD Mr Thomas Hart and Miss Bernetta Underwood both of Paint Lick were married last Wednesday by Judge TurpinW- ARMOUTHMALEAB Mr HL War mouth and Miss Minnie Malear both of Cottonburg were married in this city Monday by Judge Turpin GREKNBCCKER Mr Whit Green of Big Hill and Miss Agnes Jackson county were RuckerQfI Thursday at the brides BUBNESBBOWN Mr Isaac Burnes and Miss Cora Brown were married last Thursday at the brides home at Big HilLCliaemzsNJoNasMr Calvin Chris man ot Panola and Miss Jennie Jones of Portwood were united in marriage at the brides home on last Thursday WELLSDAVIS Mr Thomas A Wells of Adams Indiana and Miss Nora Ella Davis ol Newbj were united in marriage last Thursda- yBowtusWooasMr Marlon Bowles oi Valley View andMiss Mary Woods of Delpha were married at the brides home on Thursday MMI I IBR ALB Mary Gentry o PIt against Nancy Todd c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ot the Madison Circuit Gonit rendered at the February Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- nWednesday Mch 15 1005 between the hours oT 10 oclock a premisesinpose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcel of Land countyKyposed to be about 18 acres be the same more or less part of the tract that Jos Collins bought of James Royston lying on the road running from the Concord meeting house to RIchmond All that part on the north sIde of the road the line crossing the road between Valen tine Tudor at a small black ash tree mark as a side line running to a black oak Peter Taylors original nwlth corner qt his thousand aero survey now belonging to JosIah Gentry with that line between Josiah Gentry aiid Tom Stagners to a etakewithlBolhrry pointer close to coaer of theirwMfa tfeerwrftW it comes to wber UM Has wessefithe road at Valentine Twtej where the wall blrk oak frwurkcd M a Jjj3fljboegktofof the NedSahlj J 4dJerdistr1hrtiq i TJtRM8Sa1ewlltbeBiade on a credit of six months The purchaser approvedpBrehaee money to have tbe bras and effect of a Judgment bearing le al in reoipnrehpse inoofly ie paid Pugoneiloit pfiMtelwIUtHOJUfj iJir OOS J0 yrv o 0 IT t Ji FOR SALE BY W TJbwWi WAI ESTATE AN Y Harrodsburg Ky aid acres on pike 1 miles from Har rodsbarg brick house 3 barns tobacco farm at 162 an acre 102 acres oa pike 2 miles from Har rodsburg nice cottage barns etc grown tobacco etc at IGO an acre 54 acres 1 mile of pike 4 miles Har rcdsburg cottage good land erooo 100 acres on 1 J miles Harrod- sburgorchardcottagemostly in grass at 63 an acre 257 acres on pike near Salvisa Mercer county no dwelling good land60 an aero 130 acres in Salrisa on pike nice house barns good land at t55 150 acres on plke l mile Harrods 7 room house large barn wood land good farm at 60 an acre 130 acres 3 miles Harrodsburg on pike handsome residence good land on river at 65 an acre 62 acres close to Salvisa Mercer county on pike beautiful residence barns hemp and tobacco land 5500 312 acres on pike partly in Boyle county balance this county two 5 room house and 8 room house barn etc fine land at 78 75 acres County road 3 miles Har rodsbnrg good house barn wood handat50 210 acres 5 miles Salvisa on pike handsome dwelling numerous other buildings grows tobacco etc a nice farm 8000 52 acres 4 miles Harrodsbnrg close to pike good land cottage barn 3000 160 acres J mile Harrodsburg on new and handsome dwelling large barn cistern stock well creek tine land at f8750 103 acres onpike 4 miles Harrods burg 7 room house barns fruit good Iann 6000 156 acres 5 miles Harrodsburg on piko dwelling 2 barns grows tobacco etc orchard 5000 166 acres on pike 6 miles Harrods burg near railway station mostly in grass 6 room house 2 barns a nice farm and cheap at 42 40 acres on Kentucky river near Oregon Mercer county nice house barns some bottom land a good farm 2000 171 acres on pike 8 miles Harrods burg 2 miles railway station new 2 story 7 room house large barn fruit ales farm mostly in grass 5130 200 acres fine land on pike 8 miles Harrodsbnrg 5 room house walnut woodland will grow anything price 65 and a bargain 540 acres on pike near Boyle line 5 miles Harrodsburg fine dwelling 5 barns 200 acres now in wheat Is a beauty price 86 an acre 251 acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg new residence and barn fine to bacco land at 70 an acre ills acres on pike 5 miles Harrods burg 7 room house good land worth the money at price 35 an acre 170 acres on county road 2 miles east of Burgin 5 room house barn good land price 40 an acre 264 acres at limits of Harrodsburg no house but two barns good farm grows tobacco cheap at price 50 an are 74 acres good grass land farm will grow tobacco 8 room house 2 barns worth moneyat 550 an acre 165 acres on pike near Salvisa 4 room house tobacco land lays well large barn at 45 an acre 155 acres on pike 3 miles from Har rodsburg 7 room house barn very fair land at 65 an acre 167 acres in 14 mile of pike 7 miles Hnrrodsburg 6 room house 2 barns etc good land at 3250 an acre 200 acres in Warren county Ky 6 miles Bowling Green on pike nice dwelling barn orchard grows to bacco wheat etc 4000 Ex for farm 307 acres Spencer county Kyon pike near Normandy Station 8 room 2 barns orchard grows tobacco etc at 50 an acre Ex for farm 500 acres 6 miles Lebanon Ky 100 acres in cultivation grows tobacco corn etc 400 acres in timber small house barn etc 2000 148 acres Bourbon county Ky 300 yards of pike 3 miles Little Rock 5 room house tobacco barn tobacco and hemp land price 70 an acre 340 acre Garrard county on Ken tucky liver nice residence barn fruit fine hemp wheat corn and to bacco land a bargain at price 35 an acre 427 acres Maricn county Ky 6 miles Lebanon near railway station 75 acres in cultivation crows to bacco etc 427 acres timber house and barn 1800 47 acres in Madison county Kyat Baldwin 35 acres in cultivation fine dwelling tine tobacco hemp land at 85 an acre- 900acre plantation in 44 miles of Memphis Tenn in 3 miles railway town 150 acres in cultivation bal alice in cypress gum oak and hick ory timber 5 room dwelling several smaller houses scales office shop 6 wells 4 barns creek through pas lure fine stock farm or will grow corn cotton etc 15000 Will or for a Kentucky farm or other prop payHotel in Hamilton Ill opposite Kcokuk 70 to 85 rooms tine mineral well large patronage 150001Willproperty 190 acres in Alachua Fla noim prvements fine orange and fruit magnoliaUmberEx for equal value New Uvety Him E C Million Son announce to the public that they have opened a first class livery feed and sale stable in tbo 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 IBjan 3m E C Million Son Unusqally Low Colonists Rates February 2Jand March 21 HomeseekersRates- 21 March 7 and 21 via Southern Railwayt- o points in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Qiflahotna Kansas Nebraska JNew Mexico Tex 1and other territory Aseries of very Jowone way and jeand trip sates are offered on the iibove dates to those wishing tQ visit jjcjsettle in the great West and South west iThe Southern Railway has its own line and runs two solid jirains dally from Lomk rille and Intermediate points teSt mis For rates schedules and full formationapply tr GBAUe lAG PoA jtLMeiL LHangedse4 h DPiA LwSi YwT I II T WCewsT LE 1 iiiL Qwen McKeeLeader in Staple nd Fancy Dry Goods and Notions It rS 7 i f DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURSWRAPS c 8 a HAVE YOU TRIED OUR Montai Ash Jgllico Q il j It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries Tho 0 Mountain Ash Jellioo Coal is free from impurities 0 and because of its superior burning qualities is the most satisfactory Jelliccf Coal produces for either 0 gfc Grates Store or Furnace 1i J Try it and we guarahtee that all your worry over S 1 trTel J84 r Yards Aspen ave REDUCED PRICESI- n i order to close out at once our handsome line of Fren- chPlates i 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 JOO piece dinner sets and table se- tsThe Ra ket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street i Richmond Ky rOver Ciooo OF THOROUGHLY MileJ Art Opportunity Along Every Foot of It I V THE Great Mirthern Railway OFFERS 4 LOW coiojbst ONEWAYI Montana Idaho Washington TO and British Columbia I On Sale Prom MARCH 1st to MAY IRtJ The ComfortableWay to the Lewis and Clark Exposition Portland Oregon 1 to October 151805 P Send for FREE PAMPHLET describing ington and Montana to JcneI HITNB7 General Pass IIFf Agent St Paul Mlnuor I T a 5 ROYAL Baking Powder Mes Clean Bred X With Royal Baking Powder there Miq mixing with the hands no sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest r facility sweet clean healthful food Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook book for making faJl kinds bread biscuit andcake with Royal Baking Powder Gratis to any address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILUAM ST NEW YORK Spedal Winter T irfst Rato to Mexico Oty a= l Return rla the Iron Mountain Route fepectal roun trip tojarlst tickets to City pE MozIco via Mountain Route from St Louis will be 6risate Marcli 4tb to 7th 1905 inclusive at rate on tickets hearing final return l1u1tJt10 days iroiri dNof sale LfteralBtopOTera wlhlbe allowed both going Qdreturning Quick time anil elegant service Pnllmaa Standard Sleeperjjtfirough from St Lotus with out ge Daily Service For cteeuriptiveiiteratureandjcirtber iuforniatseajarese jAA QALLAGHEK D PfA No419WalitSt Cincinnatt Ohio Mctalitytat4 frmpdieitis and peritonitis To pfYet aHeai these awful diooasoo etel Suit one reliable remedy Dr KwftV New LifePilis M KUuHwrr el l4O YYait1SIIUM llii C MAX B VS8 Gen Immigration Agen 220 South Clark st Chicago II il is cc of 0 Kidneys Cured Free- Anyone suffering with Kidney or bladder trouble can getabsolutely free one full size tor of DeBells Kidney Pills These pills are for sale by C L Middelttm and to introduce them tho manufacturers will accept this coupon for full retail price in the purchase of one box Cut out anti send to W BegR Sons Co Chicago III mch White Northern Seed Oats IfebSt Letcher Witt is iLSx ffBro ha etlEfiticfst- 1adisuneonntyOaWaithemwhenIn ret as s ve yoti money C E DeagliwdtCb feb58t WakeNortherli Seed Oats Letcher Witt ifefest V The Mi L ParriBh Sdi ol of Phou Of apfcy TH eWl Idi Latest in steaetkta Poeteae HeM Ipupils ti t2S7 4S b 1q C II 1 1 IJ An Opportunity i untilFebruaryin our large Vehicle stock Dontt f41 to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone 0 osaIPHONE 232 I Peebles ns1co4r A Swe tftickoty 7 Coffee BrosjT 2 SOLE AGENTS 1 1J fI MAD STaKET t 1 PIION816SZ I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 1 i 1905 IN THE SILENT QTY Tread you oft in this place For the beauty and the grace I Of many a heart is lying here Trend you softly the place is dear To many a heart 1fread you softly mong our dead here our tears we Oer the young the good shedIHere we bid our last adieu 1WIth friends to part a mother young To her babe she never sung The lullabies so softly sweet For the tiny little feet Walked not on earth l And the mother sorrowing To her lifeless babe did cling Till God in mery closed her eyes To open in the Paradise To a new birth Another tiny babe lies there Swe t it was and wondrous fair Within the snowy casket white It sleeps while angels guard tonight The little bier Here a bright young man was laid All his brilliant hopes are dead And we laid him here to rest Feeling that the Lord knows best Tread softly here Here n mother old and gray j Was buried only yesterday And theres a father kind and true To whom we bid a last adieu Mid the silent tear Steals down upon our cheek as now We kneel beside a grave and Jol There comes a vision bright OF an angelchild oi light I almost hear sweetjTread softly Oh tread softly here I For holy angels hover near Tread softly here J B This Is the first day of March Meet us At the Old Cross Roads tonight Next Monday will be County Court day The first of the remaining forty snows fell on Saturday the ladies of the PAO Infirmary expect to give a court day dinner In April iD Mi1 Jay Lackey has bought Mr C Millers pretty new cottage on Fourth street and will move there at once t The little onej ear old child of Policeman William Maupin and wile is very ill with pneumonia E Douglas Co have just re ceived a car load of wagons Prices cheap as anybtxlys feb58t Mr John Shearer of White Hall IS an auctioneer of much note and is well k own over the county All per sons who intend to have sales will do well to consult Mr Shearer before making other arrangements His charges are extremely reasonable and he guarantees satisfaction Elsewhere In todays Climax will be found the announcement of Mr Al bert Gentry for Councilman from East End Precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Gentry is a sober industrious young man and one of the most enthusiastic young Democrats In this city If elected to this important office Mr Gentry pledges his best service In the interest of good government He solicits the support of all Democrats For Salt Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For particulars call at this office oct26tf An Opportunity t A handsome dining table and a new cooking stove for sale cheap also 12 gallons of preserves aud blackberry jam C D Miller 3 tt99 ffl N Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called forcand Delivered FreeofChargeYour Z TRICE Agentc OfficeRice Arnolds Shoe Store Pphone 118c04Weanyone else will ask you fora common cast box stove C E Douglas Co fehlEStcIn Eltdom There will be initiatory exercises and ii social session at the Elks Club Rooms on next Friday nightrtWanted 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 office New Partnership Mr E C Wines has sold a half inter est in his drug store to Mr H G Creekmore the new firm to be known as Wines Creekmore This is one of the best drug stands In the city and the CLIMAX wishes the new firm much success Beautiful Fixtures One of the most attractive saloons in the city is owned by Mr T C Vaughn He has recently purchased the bar fix tures from the Florentine saloon ifi Lexington These are elegant in ev ery detail Thp walls are solid in mir rors and everything is In apple pie order Of Interest Elsewhere in this issue will be found a very interesting article in the form of an advertisement relating to the su perb stock of boots and shoes and gents furnishing goods carried by Rice fc Arnold Read tm You cant afford not to as yon will miss an opportunity of securing everything up to date in this line Winchester Court J A Ramseyreports about 150 cattle on the market mostly common grades Best sale of the day was one pair work cattle weight 1035 pounds eachat 415 34 740lb steers 4c i 9splbI steers plain 3Jc 3 675lb steers 31c ono pair work oxen weight 2CSO Ibs 3c 550lb heifers SMc 5 575Ib heifef8 310 l lot l00Jb shoats 4jc Interest Soldt Mr Dave Powers the popular and polite saloon 1st has sold a half interest in his business to Mr Chris Enright Both of these gentlemen are too well known here to need any introduction to our people Their stand is on First street and their square and honest methods of dealing are known to their customers They are sureto meet with succese font is hard to keep two such men down A Splitting Backache Pains in the back and loins are the most common symptons of kidney troubles These pains are mostly caused by overwork qverexerlion and worriment Men and womenjdika are subject to these pains but reHefiia quickly obtained by usirigiiJDeBells Kidney Pills Price 25 and lOdEr- cry box warranted For sajjyjiyB L Middelton Announces for CoondL Mr Jennings Matipio announces in this issue for re electlonto the City Council subject tlr the Democratic party Mr Maupin hasiserved on the Council being selected by that body to fill the seat vacated by the death of his brother Mr Alex Maupin for more than a year and has discharged the dutIesof fliEr office with credit He promises if reelected to continue to faithfully represent his constituents He solicits the vote of every Democrat in the city l ti J print how5th h OLD 4r to f t 1 f1t 4iI t BIG SHIRTS SALE t I r y 1 t t r Ifi f t J t 1iTylSycil hance for Shirt Bargains Weve just finishedstock taking and find the shirt stock i t t 4t as large as it should be and m order to cut it down quickly weve made these very t t unusual price reductions u n L ti Qt T 1 lop 79 C j 1 70cts buys choke of all our fine dollar shirts in both soft and 4r stiff bosomsnot a shirt reserved all go These are thj 40 a famous Lion and Monarch brands all bright clean rev goods the very latest patterns and styles Be quick fcj bst picka79cts c 1 for 65ll t Sam rands andfi 1 as the 79cI9t but some are iBtl1 Iy rum fin han Ifng and others are lots in which Q l few sMlfare left nothing less than regular dollar quality ft but all go at the extremely low price of 65 cents A Ii q nt E4 Ic 1 I 4 The majestic Electric Olympic and Monitor Ranges are all the best that money can buy We buy them in car load lots and can save you money ifyou are in need of n stove of any kind C E Douglas Co- feblo8t toUt For mine There is probability of Irvine secur hig college A site has been donated by the Estill Springs Company prodded the necessary funds can be se cured It will be a Presbyterian school tar the Teachers Superintendent Wagers received a draft from State Superintendent Fuqua to be used as February pay for teach ers They can get same by railing on Mr Wagers on his regular office days Farm Bayers and Sellers 1 can save you money spent in look ing for larmsor other property if you let me know what you want and loca tion preferred p 1 have property to sell in many parts of Kentucky and in other states My list furnished on application shows von that and in it you will find a 3 umber of bargains If you wish to selryonr property IJ can find a buyer for it cost to list no commission to pay INo sell Writs me and mention CLI MAX W T EWING REAL ESTATE AGENCY Harrodsbnrg K- yBf2T1IS MITCHELL Mr and Mrs R G Mitchell are receiving congratulations over the birth of an eight pound son named Thomas Vaughn A letting of Ministers On last TuesdayIn Lexington a meet lug of ministers from all over the cen tral part of this State was held the object of which was to consider the ques tion of the great revivals that are sweeping the country and to see what steps are needful to bring such into our very mf dst Great wonders are being done i Louisville even as many as 3000 souls being converted in a day Tit ministers agreed on organized efforts and also that each pastor in his own church and town should take a a voted f his congregation as to the time ot beginning such a revival which wall be of untold good For Court Day On account of the extreme weather on last court day a number of people were kept from coming in and taking ad vantage of our 125 rate for the CourierJournal and Climax We will offer this same rate for next Monday March court day Remember 125 for both papers one year Grand Opera House Tonight At the f tmr cx g Alex Bowles an old Richmond bov1 is band leader fcr the Ted E Minstrel For Rent New six room cottage and lOi acres of land Apply to 0 E May St Charles Hotel Richmond Ky For Councilman In the proper place in this issue will be found the announcement of Air Joe A Myers for Councilman from the East End precinct Mr Myers is the business manager of our esteemed con temporary the Register and is a young man of high business qualifications and thoroughly awake to the Lest interests promises it elected to serve his town to the best of his ability Noble Sale Mr JohnShearer conducted the sale of the property of the late Paul Noble at Runyon Grove last Tuesday Every thing brought good prices and a large crowd attended Mulch cows sold at from 4450 to 4050 1 2yearold heifer brought 28 and a scrub steer sold for 15 3 yearling heifers brought 17 each 1 aged pony mare 65 2 nmall sows went for 2010 shoats 365 per head corn 225 per barrel oats 175 per hundred bundles Household effects sold well The farm of 84 was rented for 310 per year Seriously Injured Quite a serious injury happened to the fivemonthsold child of Mr and Mrs John Todd who live in one of Mr Sam Rices cottages on Third streot on last FridayThe baby was lett alone in the room for a few minutes while Its mother attended to some duties Upon her return she found the child with a horrible gash in its head and bleeding from its eyes nose and mouth The belief Is that a lick by some unknown person caused the injury and eflbrts ire being made to find the intruder who in the in absence of the mother could have entered and struck so hurm less a victim rood Opening The dry goods opening of Grinstead Bybee was a novelty and took jke wild fire as I used to h ear my father describe such occasions The rush for bouquets began almost with the rising of the sun and lasted until old Sol in all his majesty was sinking into the weBternhorizonhAbout 500 fragrant bouquets were pinned on men woqieti and children by Miss Grace Griustsad in the establishment during the c ay aud I noticed that all the churches were all filled with flowers Sunday as tyery tellow vas still letting no roees waste their sweetness on the desert air but still had them lapelled he csird pinned to each bouquet mate this significant request If we please you tell others if not tell us A good sucgestion Somerset Mountaineer A Deserved Compliment We have never known any one than to receive as tnaiiynice notices from the state pree8asrljavebeen showered upon our friend Clarence E Wodds who is a candidate for mayor of the city of Richmond The newspaper boys know Clarence Woods they know hs many sterlfrigTqUslllies ala citizen and as a maii UieJ have learned to love him and want the people of Sis town to know that miwrth i8 known beyond this liifiiift etllsnatlve city outside world fnbw that sheJaaa i le map and hAl sadtagea for lave t mentofcaapital1Aiidotherfndaeeeie s she shonld place the teins of govei h menu In thel auds of CJarenee k- weodi Th81tfwflpapemeo of t an state de not but re we voic tl UDtl bf t le t Li i fr1- tti WEARING COMPLETION Oar History of Richmond and Madison County Will Soon be on The Press Send in photographs Within the next few weeks our grand historical souvenir will be ready for distribution Our special editor Mr Jos B Borders will complete his trips through the county this weekbarring all bad weather His description of the towns that he has visited together with a complete history of the industrial enterprises will be worth reading These descriptions together with the elegant halftone photogravures make make the most complete history ob tainable Just a faint idea of the magnitude of the gigantic souvernir can be obtained from the following figures 5000 books 12 by 18 inches in size on fine book paper 40 pages to each book would equal 200000 sheets or if all in one piece would make a sheet of paper 3600000 inches long or 300000 feet or 56 911 miles At 12 inches wide would equal 2400000 inches or 200000 feet or 34 10 miles There will be over two hundred engravings ranging from 21 inches to 12 inches wide and from three to eight inches deep with an average of 1500 words to a page or 60000 words in all The Globe Printing Coof Louisville who will print this edition will by printing four pages at a lime have to make 60000 impressions The 200000 sheets weighing 70 pounds to the earn of 500 sheets will be 28000 pounds at 8 cents a pound will be 221 for the paper 27050 for printing 225 for the engravings and other expenses will make the book cost us over 700 To our friends who have so nobly and generously assisted us in the com pilation of this gigantic enterprise we wish to extend our thanks and hope that the good work will go on If you are a merchant and not repre sented you should be The first eight pages go to press this weak We are still short on residences We want a few more of Ihe nice homes of the town to appear in this book Remember that beautiful homes Is the best advertisement that a city can have Our charge for putting a reel dunce in this book is only 93 50 which Is to cover the cost of photographing and having the engraving made which will be 4s3 incher and is your pioperty after we use it in this book Yon may want to eell your property some tino and by having a cut of It you will be able to find a purchaser easy with no expense to help us advertise Richmond Dont delay but do it nowl frof HcGarrtf Resigns The trustees of the Madison Female Institute held a meeting lat aurIsy at the State Dank Trust Co building Prof McGarvey tendered to the trust tees his resignation as the principal of said Institute This the trustees regretted but his decision to give the school was final and his resignation was acceptedIt necessary now for the trustees to select some one to take his place and they are anxious to get a man the papers of the resignatioc of Prof McGarvey and of their desire to have Application from those who might wish to take pace The trustee of this institution are anxious to see the school prosper and continue to he a power in our commu for its elevation and improvement and ther desire that the good people of trnslees alt the the hep they can in aiding them to select the best man pos slhlafor the JThe trustees would be very glad indeed to have a name or names suggested to them by any one of a person or per- Sons who will fill this place The trn tees feel that this community is deeply interested in this matter and that they should consider the importance rd having for their childen in this insli ntiona strong well educated practice and forcible man and tbAtt teache who assist should hemomtl well qualified T zd The trustees phi j it best to give ip to the 15th d ttp Applications fi fln t T rr s r c Specialr1 at 50 SttOne lot of fine white dress shirts that r ttprice only 50 cents t SOcr f rllur 1fifty shirts go in this Jehe r r excpe ted WIllie Shirts r colored pleated tona w plain nice dressy effects ore sII Earlybuyers 1t i 11t COVINGTON AND BANKS I i QktCrossRoa5tt liopporti ctli1cwho foLeg yourhome Theydeemed patrans tthi8ii Yravety f At the Theatre f t+++ t+++ +t Two young hearts intended as affiiui ties are to be kept apart by hatred of their father oue for the other But love is stronger than hate and love triumphs The battlo is an interest nsleveryhe gave us such a picture of the strug gle as appeals at once to the imagination and the understanding The story needs no keyno commentary No one fails to understand Romeo and JulietThe whole world applauds the Her aid Square Quartet because they have toured tho world These four vocalists aro picked soloists who do not sing by ear they are graduates of the leading conservatories of music their voices were cultivated in both Ameri can and 1uropean colleges They sing classical and popular songs When singing the latter they instill an abund ance of pure comedy In thespfictacu mar First Part In Old Mexico each renders a solo and in the Olio1 they appear in comedy singing sketches Other features of the Olio are the Faust Family of Nine Australian Ac robats The Boissette Troup of French pautomimists thIS Brothers tflidolph German musical artltt Daly and Kelso dancing marvels and Bobby De Rue monologist Will be seen and heard with tho Ted E Faust Minstrels at the Grand Thursday March 2 Prices 50 75 and 1 Qllli r at Brush Ueek News comes from Brush Creek of tle kilting of Tom Rose by Ezie Langlorf Rose was a notorious moonshiner ledlin dob Notes The Cecllinn Club meetings have been very much distubod this winter by the extreme weather but interest has riot been lacking as was shown as on last Wednesday when a large num ber of members gathered with Mrs B L Middleton for an afternoon with American Composers anti Their Mu sic The program which was arranged by Mrs Middleton was most suitable to Ihe day it being the anniversary of the immortal Washington Alter America had been sung by the entire assemblage Mrs Akers whose playing always delights her hearers rendered time Witches Dances by MacDowell Mrs Mc tiellun recited ati article by Hamilton Mabie concerning the Back Choir at Bethlehem Pennsylvania which was a source of much interest and information to all present MissLnura Bright who possesses a very sweet soprano voice sang If Love WEre Not by Clayton Johns one of Americas most popular song writers Mrs Robert Burnam read a very complete paper on tho Orchestra Other papers on National music were read hy Mrs T J Smith rind Mrs W S Oldhani A selection from Sher wood of Chicago one of our countrys most famous teachers was played bv Mrs G W Pickets OB her own mas terly way The program j whichwas delightful throughout closed with a medley of national airs tiy Mrs Kel logg In honor of the twentysecond Mrs Middelton handed ijach guest a small hatched made from card board on one side of which was George Wash ingtons picture and on the other that of his wife Martha Thejlguests were requested to answer wittt names of battles and names of Revolutionary Generals certain conauodrums that were writietfoat In th fa time greatest pleasure was experienced- and Mciell a tvthe luck Jrw 11 aiefrith Msr IA 1Pr ibttMl J Ito 01E lu 11 ereJ X LJi lelEelI rII- j THE I GREATJm dY Sf 1 l II I 11 is now over and we are opening up our near spring stock r H j springff In addition to the famous Queen Quality Shoes for women f we will carry two other lines of ladies fine shoes Our line of PI misses and childrens Shoes and Slippers will be twice the beforeat prices to please fg H all We have taken special care in selecting our spring styles of mensf boys and youths Shoes andas usual willcarry theg largest and most complete stock to be found in Richmond t- Our a m line of mens Furnishing Goods will be up to the usual a m standard and you will always find us uptodate with the latest things In Hats we mean to maintain our r q ft 3r tatton that of always jYoursfe T RICE AND ARNOlD InTHE ONE PRICE HOUSEiMain Street c f Rid montt Ky i L 1 i r rc t v i4 I= t i t s a Ilicjieisnothflig like GOOD FLOUR 7 1 Every housewife every cook knows that God eakes Rolls r AlBiscuitsi cannot be made without good Flours Our- jI mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle ofMadisonI4 MADE BY THE Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY k j IF ffilF m m 7- S Autumn stocks resplondelnt throughout the store and buying en I thusiasm much in evidence Silk dress 71goods and fabrics In varieties ample enough to satisfy the moat fastidious Our different sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired for supremacy in these lines is splen didly maintained this season Assort ments are greater fabrics richer styles 1more fascinating than ever Let us Ii suggest to prospective buyers that they visit these stocks as soon as possible The visit will give them knowledge of fashions best and of the vastnessof the selectionsbe made for choosing 71 J 71 White and Gibson7W 7 VA M Vi i Vlll Ml NftX lllX VX X ffi 7F7IF 75 7 rt Diamonds j C Watches Clocks n Cutglass fitandPreciousV of very description rThese are some of the to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your I watch or clocfr refuse to go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring c needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too j If yon want anything that can be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles 9 L E Lane- S Jeweler and Optician Vi tOLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sonr Mash v Every drop 1Jran teed to be puro It is f of old style mari facture No- BETTEH can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 401 per gallon 10 bottles 35 5U IIju 25C 5II II bottles 3 New Whisky 189 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY BEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrayer novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street r Wire Fete I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG ByllOilyr Riclmond Ky i r IN ORDER Ittoget the great prize will give I you prices on the FENCE t f i Sixty Days as follows r Pour foot fence eleven wires heavy stay loop top No7 wire fat4U cents per rod It five toot fence 12 wires heavy rodfbeen1t fJJTCOYt KIBKSVILLE KY wIflJ t rr n 1 Jro 0 Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announced CLARENCE E WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Richmond buljject to the action of the Democratic party ron CITY ATTORNEY- We are authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party We lire 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 athorlzed to announce JAIES H ALLMAK a candidate for Chief of Police ot the city 6f Richmond sublect to the action 01 the Democratic patty 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 fINs candidate for tile office of Thief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democallc party We are authorized to ann une W M lCEEX1OREandidatefor Chief of Police to action of the Democratic party FOR 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 are authorized to announce LEE O SHEARER a candidate for Jailer of Madton county subject to the action of the Bepublican parly ARB YQ U IHT R TB IN TH Condition of Y- onrTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted25c Teeth Filled 50c C With Gold 1 Solid Gold Teeth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth nnd they ar the best no matter what you pay fot having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky STANDP- REEMINENTLY1 AHEAD- of all other clocks IN QUALITY takeSJessland is not filled with noxious weeds completeline Alfalfa Rape Grass end Clover Seeds Seed Oats Seed Corn Seed Potatoes Forage Crops Vegetable and Flower Seeds BIDAL LOrIS Oar New Catalogue tMnr roIl Informa etcFREEWood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN- LOUISVILLE KENTUGKS 1llr EASTJENHESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY neOroaATBDSLor distance lines and telephones of thIs Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick thIonabIJt2 I liI tf n I nOQTI W MILLER AtTOKTBYATLiir BIOBKOKD KMTTBOCT r Office n the Burnam Building next door to armer National Bank teb8Iy JA ScrLLrvAN ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Slate Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENATJLT ATTORNEYS AT LA TvcRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over ChepC nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store Tax List continued Haines Allie M n r 1 lot 6 65 4 Irvine Joe 1 lot 7 o5 Jarman Robt Sr 6 50 Jackson Bettie hrs 1 lot 2 Go Johnson Casa 1 lot 6 65 Tones Richard nrllot 4 35 Level Mary D n r 1 lot 49o Martin Abner Slots 5 35 Martin Irvine 765 Mason Marian 1 lot I 4 35 Mason Millie 1 lot 3 75 Masaie Ltda 1 lot 3 no Miller Harrison r I lot 5 5o Miller Jackson 1 lot 6 4o Miller T B and wife Hot 4 35 Miller TB agent Join Camp bell hrs 1 lot 3 00 Moss Millie hrs Hot 4 90 Mundy Wm 2 loU 5 90 Munsey Sallie 1 lot 3 2o Noland Sealie J lot 4 9o Owen Green 1 lot 6 5o Pirks Georgia Ann 1 lot 5 5o Palmer Jas 1101 5 9- 0rlpsrin1it 7 bo Phelps Jennie 1 lot 13 7o Phelps Wrn 1 lot 4 75 Postell Peter n r 1 lot 3 2o Rice Geo 1 lot 6 5o Rice Belle aagent for C Donahue Hot 375 Robinson Plaisayl lot 375 Rhodes Dave and wife 1 lot 6 5o Rhodes Sarah 2 acres 4 35 Schribner Susan Hot 435 Shepherd Harry 1 lot 5 35 Shepherd Chas Sr 1 lot 59o Shepherd Renal lot 3 2o Shearer Mary 1 lot 3 95 Smith Ella 1 lot 3 75 Smith Cassa 1 lot 5 5o Smallwood Chas 1 lot 4 35 Stone Fred B 1 lot 5 35 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 lo Stone Irene 1 lot 435 Terrill Nannie 1 lot 4 9o Tevis Cassa 1 lot 5 5o Todd Jas C 1 lot 5 So Tomblin Henry 1 lot 5 35 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 4 9o Tribble Mose agent John Xrib ble 1 lot 4 9o Turner Dan bra 1 lot 6 oo Turley Mary and Alice 1 lot 4 80 Tye Wm 1 lot r 5 35 Tribune Mary n r 2 lots 6 00 Walker Richard 1 lot 4 35 Walker Robt Hot 7 o5 Walker Susan 1 lot 3 2o Walker Ed 1 lot 7 65 Walker Thos hrs 4 3 i Wells Nelson 1 lot 6 85 White David lot 4 3 White Rose 1 lot 3 2o White Jas Sri lot 4 65 White Narcisl lot 55o Willis Edna 1 lot f 3 75 Williams Luke 2 lots vV 9 5o Winkileld 1 lot 4 75 Winkfleld Millie 1 lot 6 po Yates Maggie 1 lot 550F- OXTOWX NO 2 Benton Jordou 25 acres 6 5o Chenault Wyatt 1 acre 3 85 Chenault Dean 24 acres 9 So Chenault Jas 1 acre 4 15 Chenault Sam 2 acres 3 95 Chenault Chas n r 8 acres 3 2o Chenault John 2 acres 4 75 Chenault Stauter acres 4 75 Chenault Len 2o acres 5 9o- Chenault Letcher 7 acres 4 75 Cosby Simon 1 acre 4 15 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 oo Fox Amanda 1 acre 2 3o 9Iy Mitchell Mary hrs 22 acres 4 35 Miller Sam nr2 acres fSt5 White Andy 5 acres 475 UNION NO 3VBallew Frank hrs 15 acres 3 oo Covington Robt 1 acre 5 35 Collins Jerry 1 acre 4 oo Doty Chris 1 acre vT 4 15 Douthet Marthy 2 acres 3 2o Estill Dome 1 acre 2 60 Hatter Agio 1 acre j V 2 60 Hocker Wm 4 acres 4 75 Mayo Leander 1 acre 4 15 Miller June 5 acres 9 5o Parrish Geo 3 acres 4 15 Pink ten Rachel lo acres 82o- Pinkstnn Morace S acres 4 15 Robinson Mary 25acres 3 75 Yates Rachel 1 acre i 2 ELLISTON NO L- Ballew Jake 4 acres 4 75 Bates Patsey hrs 8 acres 2 4o 60BrowingButler Thos 1 acre 4 lo Crocket Henry nr 3 acres 2 60 Coyington Howard hrs 2 acres 2 75 Dl11in ham Arch 7 acres 535 Dunson Geo IOn res 3 85 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 75 Francis Wm 2 acres 415 Goodloe Mary nr 2o acres 4 35 Hocker Mary 3 acres 2 60 Irvine Christopher 7 acrai 5 35 Jackson Simon 2 acres 4 lo Kavanaugb Jerry 3 acres 3 95 Maupin Mary 1 acre 3 2o Oldham AarrietS acres 3 2o Parks John 2 acres 415 Phelps Fannie 23 acres 4 4o SqToddWatts FrankS acres Coo Yates Taylor lo acres 4 75 YATES so 5 Chenault Roy 5acrcd 5 85 Cornelison Howard 32 acres 7 9o Harris Hand b tha iacre 275 Hocker Rebecca 26 acres 4 IKr KILL TH COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITHDrKingsNeWDiscoJery II FOR ONSUMfTION OlI MSaad 8S I50cand cke Our for all TROUJ3ojLMor 4r0S1bT3C atooktoq 0 ucc In 0 I tf e Maupis QhJerV 1ioi S5 McCord J4jere i o 05- TbomaStHeniy SO 5 lo White Semite 6 acres 4 8 06 Yates Henrys lirs 21 acres 496 GLADE so 6VBallard Free I acre 4 I5 Ballard Lidja 1 lot Coo Best Elijah 15 acres 5 10 Bennett Win n rJJ acree v 2 60 Bennett Ikef 1 acre f V r 4 15 Ballard Howard Jots e 4 75 Brooks Humphry acre 4 6 35 Bronaugh Nancy JV0 acres v 8 10 Barnaul Chas Jc 0 acres 7 o5 Burnam Jaiiiesfi acres 7 o5 Campbell Amanda 1 fro 3 So Campbell Cora8 actjg 55 Campbell GreoU acre 5 35 Chambers Ben 4 acresj 7 oo Denhatn Jerry13 acres if 3 5 90 Diggs Sidney 13 acres 5 35 Elmore John 6 acres + J57- 5EaleyDan 2 acres 4t v 4 75 Farris Millie l anre 2 5o Farris Jolrh4 acres 335I File Harry 1 acres 7 o5 Francis Sam1 jJcrc r 4 75I Gentry Sam IS11cres 5 9o Haley Amcric lacre 4 90I Hood Katbanl lot i 475 Jenkins Eil 34 acres 15 oo Martin Ben 3 acres Y 535 Martin Lewis 3 acres 5 9o Martin Sarah 3 acres 4 So Miller A CIU 1 lot 2 Go Miller Kmith 5 acres 3 35 Miller Isaac 1 acreT 8 75 Newland Dan 1 acre 4 5o Parks John F 1 acre 4 C5 Patum Frank 1 acre 4 Co Rash Wm 26 acres 0 5o Rice Sallie 1 lot 2 7o Rice Perry Hot s 4 75 tibearer John adin of Madam Shearer 12 acres 6 9o Shearer Beard 1 acre 3 35 Simpson Silas adm Eliza John son 1 acre 2 80 Tevis Henry 2 acres 3 35 Trlbble Troy 4 acres 465 Varner Itobt 1 acre 4 75 Walker John 1 lot 4 75 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 65 Walker Peter 9 acres 535c West Dovey 1 lot White Win 4 acres 58 Wilmore Geo 7 acres 5 35- XirKSVILLE No7 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 2o Cousins Irvine 92 acres 35 o5 Denny Geo admr ol Martha Denny 23 acres lo 06 Duerson Taylor 1 acre 4 65 Durson Harry 17 acres 8 20 Elmore Mary 2 acres 4 35 Embry Wyatt 10 acres 10 oo Floyd Mitchell 2 acres 5 9p Ilaines Gco Marolino 75 acres 21 15 Hoillnswortb BePe 1 acre 5 5o Miller Sam 6 acres C 4o Paterson Nancy 1 acre 2 60 Pro wilt Geo John 2 acres 2 Go Richardson Henry nr 1 lot 4 35 Schooler Wm 1 acre 4 65 Turner Tom 8 acres 5 9o Turner Sam 6 acres 5 35 MILLION xo S Bogie Jason 1 acre 4 75 Broaddne Phil 1 lot 3 95 Fife Chas 23 acres 8 95 File Irvine 18 acres 8 2o Green Loyd 4 acres 4 lo Jones W S 1 lot 4 15 Mundy Tobel lot 4 15 Mundy Easter 1 lot 3 2o- Mundy Joel 1 lot 4 lo Park Mat 1 acre 3 85 Simpson Geo 1 acre 3 85 Turner Irvine 2o acres 5 9o Warren Irvine acre 3 95 Warren Geo 4 acres 4 75 Warren Geo 3 acres r 40- i Willis Ike 1 acres 42o VTax List Taxes due on the following property for year 1901 White List RICHMOND DISTRICT NO 1 Brooks Nannie 1 lotll acres 113 4 Brooks J J n r 3 lots 5 9o Columbian Finance Trust Co 2 lots 605 Duncan Cbanault Stone 1 lot balance 4 15 Farley Wm L 1 lot 3o Green Mastin heirs 84 acres 2o lo Hacker T G heirs 1 lot 2 Go Harrison 0 H n r 10 lots o21 Keller Mrs Ed n r 1 lot 10 25 McMohon Pat heirs 1 lot 8 73 Miller Ben D 1 lot 11 85 Miller Mrs Lydia L 1 lot 2 05 Colored List TOClIMOJfD DISTRICT XO 1 Allford Elijah 1 lot 6 9o Ballard Wince 1 lot 635- Beiina Charley bal 1 lot 2 5d- BigRerstaff James 1 lot 4 75 Blythe Irvine 1 lot 5 85- Bopgs Thomas 1 lot 4 75 Breck Burgoyne 1 lot lo 75 Breck Richard Sr 1 lot lo 25 Burnam John Cl lot 6 4o Burnam Charles lot 5 8Burgine Martha heirs 1 lot 5 35 Campbell E W M Embry 1 lot 2 lo Chenault Tobe n r 1 lot 4 So Chenault Emily 1 lot 25 acres 8 30 Clay Susan 1 let 6 25 Cobb Wm 1 lot i 425 iscneglected biliouSness headachesandfevers Colds attack tho lungs and contagious diseases safotoorderillnessThedforda BlackDraught is successful in curing suchsicknecs nliverttgulatoris not a strong and mildQJdllcaithfullnxatlve stipation and may be taken by a possibleharmThe healthful action oa the liverurea biliousness It has anin vigpratinc effect onrtlj kidneys doPotJOIkregu fromtheand vlent contagion results ThedfonVadangeriwhichlurfcinconetipatioB sad wilt ofJirightaease m advanced Btag3 tlwrb k fa25ciDzaojrlrt cI a a 1r 0 t c i1 IIVVV STORlfrTItE o most women ia term of anxiety serioai thought and sweet anticipation With the cessation of in jchUdbirlhthere sleep and recupWati- onMOTHERLWS FRIEND does diminish the in accompanying maternity With Its aid rnothrs can arid hea1lhysweet dispositioned and ideal into Morning sickness sore breasts and ex cruciating paiiS caused the ual1J are relieved by penetrating an relaxing liniment Among 1tU1 old to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among women as well as poor 13 and welcomed in the mansion as well as in the cabin Bylesseninglliemothers aonofmind- sncldiminishthgpain a influence b wrought upcn the child and instead of peevish and forms langhinghumanityremahi laga blessing pver to you country Alt Druggists sll Mothers Friend at 100 Write for our fi ea Book Motberhoosl tHE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO AHuU te Covington Sarah 1 lot 4 So Embry Julia Allot 4 3p Embry Marlah 1 lot 2 65 Estill R L and Mary Hot 9 25 Estill Robt L n r 2 65 Estill Tenal lot 2 65 Fisher Eastor 1 lot 2 lo Fife Mary EiHot 4 3o Hall George3 lots 7 5o Hariis Ben 1lot 6 4c Harris Alice 1 lot 3 75 Hill Nathan lot 4 75 Johnson Rlohnrd 1 lot 5 75 Jackson Battle heirs Hot 3 15 Jarinan Robert lot 5 9o- LindseyNJ F n r 1 lot 4 3o Matthews annie 1 lot 2 65 Martin Abnur 4 acres 5 oo Martin Irvine 1 lot 4 acres 7 15 Mitchell Muy ball lot 3 9o Miller Harrison Dnrl ot 4 80 Miller gdn Lucy Mille 6 acres 2 75 Mlllor Caroline and L Miller lot 2 65 Miller Tho agt EW Campbell Hot 265 Muncey Sallie 1 lot 265 Owens Greiin Hot 6 9o Parks Georgia Ann 1 lot 4 80 Phelps Zeriil lot 4 75 Phelps Jennie 2 lots 15 2o Rice Belle agt Donahue and Phelps llot 3 15 Rice Geo at Sallie Jarman Hot 8 lo Rhodes James 1 lot 5 85 Sheppard Charles 1 lot 5 35 Smith Howard 1 lot 5 65 Stone Minerva 1 lot 3 50 Stone 1 lot Irvine 4 75 Toaiblin Henry Hot 465 Tribble Harry heirs 1 lot 4 3 j Tribble Mi jy heirs Hot 4 3o- Tribble John n r 1 lot 4 80 Tribble 1Se 1 lot 5 9o Turner Dan heirs 1 lot 6 45 Turner Daniel Hot 4 75 TyeJamoKllot 425 Walker T m heirs lot 3 75 Walker Niiicy 1 lot 5 35 Walker Elias 1 lot 4 25 Vhi eRoierIot 2 65 White Noicisl lot 4 80 White Jataes Sr 1 lot 4 o5 Willis LiaiSe Hot 535- Winkfleld Dow 1 lot 4 25 Winkfleld Miller 1 lot 5 93 PEFFERS jNERVICOR RESTORATIVE CURES IJ1he world admires mml who ire ttOflg t1 tbyi1 encranpersonaiXo attain Otis the tint reqlWlte I good b 1thr enadeveiopmeaae4makejjr Ws IIERVICOIS make Strong Calm NtrruDebility ralung VilI Wsielse Prottritlon siitplntnti anaouier troubleidui lU work Smoking drug nabit sad otber cause wsaodnerysanaiIysoatforwomei site box SIx for Nsa Id with a gust orbeneSesoPLFFLR V S For sale by E C Wines Mnfer1 TradingStamp Coribernii Newport Ky Feb2tAt the meet ing of council Mr Schwelkert intro duced an ordinance making the business of trading stamp companies a misdemeanor and imposing a fine of from 25 to 100 and confinement in the citylail for not longer than 90 days Will Plead Insanity Covington Ky Feb 24The pnv limlnnry hearing of George Woefel who shot R C Stewart jr of thoi Stovyart Iron works this city a ago was again postponed in Judge StephenR court It Is likely a plea of Insanity will be entered Pollcemtn Held To the Grand Jury Owen Oro Ky Feb 24 William Yates and James Rhodes until a few days ago members of the Owensboro pollee three were given an examin ing trial before Judge Stirman on the charge frobbery They were held to the rand jury- Iioneer Resident Dead Coylnjjton Ky Feb 24 Mrs Amand j Ledyard the venerable moth fer of James n Ledyard superintend ent c f Ilie local traction company diet at the rcsiflfeKoe in Woodland park Deceasqd waa a plocWar resident of Ludow A Host of Grandchildren Beth j Ridge Ky Feb 24ReV Joshua IGodbey aged 91 a minister of the Southern Methodist church is dead live of his sons are ministers He Is imrvlved by 110 grandchildren and several greatgrandchildren Fatally Hurt In An Explosion Madljionville Ky Feb 24Arep- ort rq eiyed here from Providence Ky says that as the result of a gas explosion in tho Shamrock coal mines near t place three men have beer fatally fwounded iJohn Montague Dead Sterling Ky FebV24Johr111J ue aged 70 years died a t hIt ithls city 1Ic was a member of the f4th Kentucky confederate cav airy a survivor of the Johnstown Pa fiqjdVIIn ance cheese sellerV1s as fa- mIliar Jsight on city stress sa b-una uaan In Chicago TOOK Of ALL MXKO j Ton f all Mexico ie JJMWIIV add Febru ryt unerscotofu Cfcmpr bell G nerAl Man Aerieass Tourist A ciition Jar rates Ji1w Iep puvtiei1larsAAOUsqh i DrA is No1 C 01k iI IRA COLLEGE YeIlauRJchmo a Ky Feb tBerea col lege WM Sued 11000 for vietetlw of the Day act this Is Uw laa passed by tha geuetal assembly of Kentucky at Its Iaat session proWWtteg the co education of the white and colored races White the laW rt geaeral In form it was aimed directly at Berea college which has for 50 years con ducted a school and college for the education of all youth of good moral characterWhen law was passed the col lege authorises at once declared their intention to abide by Its provisions pending a decision as to its constitu tionality John G Carlisle of New York and Guy W Mallon of dada oat counsel for the college gave an opinion that the law was In violation both of the bill of rights of Kentucky and of the 14th amendment of the con stitution of the United States In or der to raise the question a technical violation of the act was committed and on such violation by consent the college as a corporation was Indicted The college demurred to the Indict ment and the question of constitutionality thus raised Briefs were flIed by both sides and Judge Benton overruled the demurrer and held the law constitutional The conviction and fine followed as a matter of course as the college made no defense as to tho facts The case will go at once to the court of appeals of Kentucky and Should that court uphold the TJlsl Prius court and declare the law con stitutional the case will be taken to the supreme court of the United States HEARSE INSTEAD OF DOCTOR A Dying Man Phoned To the Land lady To Send it Owlngsville Ky Feb 21O 1C Saunders ot Plttsburg manager of the Standard Oil Cos shipping plant at Salt Lick this county committed sui cide with morphine Saunders was subject to fits of de spondency and in the two years of his residence in this county made two previous attempts to end his life He went his office to work at the usual hour and shortly after reaching there ho called up over the telephoneXito Mrs W R Stephens at whos Sbtfie he boarded telling her of what holfad done and requesting her not to think harshly of him She begged him to allow her to send a physician to him but he said that he was too far gono for medical help and that she had bet ter send a hearse instead When friends arrived he was dead COLLUSION ALLEGED Answer in the Hargis Case Against Judge Parker Flied Frankfort Kyf Feb 21The an swer of Commonwealths Attorney John Allen and Attorney General HayS in the case of the Harglses against Judge Parker was filed in the court of appeals clerks office The answer al leges that there was collusion between Squire Edwards the deputy sheriff and the Hargises to have the records of Edwards court show that the Har glses were arrested In December on the charge of murdering Tom Cock rill and that the object was to prevent the trial of the Hargises in Fay ette county Teachers Complaint Lexington Ky Feb 2L Owing to a delay in the payment of the statd per capita for school purposes many teachers are complaining that they are compelled to sell their claims at a heavy discount Tho complaint Is almost general and nearly 10000 teachers are affected throughout tho state Death of Willard Watson Mayfield Ky Feb 21News was received here of the death of Willard Watson In Crlpplo Creek Col Ha was ft son of former State Senator J D tatson and recently went west tot ecatc He was married only a few weeks ago and his wtfo la carious b DR LANUMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday a15 1905 DJNlu UGET- atokDt t stonQt DB3T1ST OF LOUtSVILLB KY BulldlnfIchmSndnovKly vM Blanton J DENTIST WOfflce iti Bennett Building IJtnly TELEPHONE Strayed- A black steer weight about 600 lbs Liberal reward for return of same to- E Deatherage Richmond Ky We have never shown h larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display it our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best aan uers at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed ItO one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 8 L MidkiflVJPdo flOSWHistoric Route to NEW YORK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia S topoverprivjJegeson all Firstclass Tickets 3l Elegant Vestibuled Trains and all of them daily Coaches with high back seats Pullman drawlsg room sleepers Observation sleeping cars Companys ova dining ear serviee Meals served liS la oateV Sea lIegltejiJMool1tall1S pers Perry the Pate M river aJlIlt NattH CaltFor rates Mae lksiH 81 P oar reesa4s Is O11VO 7- tIket ageItoceNes OPi G P A- iJ OWO c J 1 E orSale Property advertised under this head is not charged for onleijs sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Go Richmond Ky Neil ItS Xt5 06 N97 No8 No9 I twoitoiy frame residence contsln ng 6 rooms and two halls In Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1060 HO lew than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from courthouse A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found TheM residences nUlbe sold at a bar gain S120 will buy a good town lot WzMO feet A rood town lot on good street 40 260 feet Price Good grazing and grain producin farm containing 280 acres Good residence barn and othe tutbnlld lap Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other improvements flue locality Price L500 Paris containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Mo 10 No11ci flNo trodaof A ONc No 18 No 19 ND20I No 25 No 26 No 2 U28 woe 30 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each ood cottage in firstclass condition etc Price 300 ood lot suitable for business ouse can be bought cheap four room cottage and seven acres land five acre in grass and two in garden good orchard and crape arbor nil necessary out buildings This property is situated In n thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price ne of the nicest residences in- flchmond containing eight rooms and cellar In best portion of city Lot 00x250 feet Price nso- A twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 desltjIngconstructed bnildlnctf In well Improved Price 2200 Two iot 120xl60feetn good neigh boyhood Price 700 Nice residence on a 4acre lot con taming seven rooms and two porches situated in best residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out bnHd ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home Farm containing 90Jf acres eight mils from this city This land is all in miSS and is Al good farm aDd- Is well watered There Is on this land a small residence and other necessary outbuildings Locality best in county flour and grist mill Anderson county 33barrel capacity Build log is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter three months of the year It is an nptodate Holler Mill with burrs for torn and met bolt U acres with tile telll Includ ins what is with the house of S rooms AU for ft O or J5500 for the mill and the II acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 mite 7Atso n BObarrel mill In Mercer Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate In every and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of line land Close to Southern railroad Price 9ooo Also acres of Florida land In Mannvilel on railroad Street through place leaving 6 acres on one with 2story 5room house and oranges neaches pears plums grapes bearing and acres on other side with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for 29in or the 8 acres for 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twoetory frame dwel Inz containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuildings Best location in Richmond for boarding house 200Ii2 tenant houses large barn abundant water 7000 32Stllscresln3milesof Htrrodsburg flU tll room buck residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 65 per acre lift 33SfllacresatflnrgthMercer county good residence excellent baraflne running water Price S85 an acre As good as I any 100 land fHOS4Nice twoetory residence on one ol principal residence streets of Nice Yard garden and bargalDPllceQ1 One tract of mineral land In Lee all county on the waters of Kentucky river 4 miles below Eeattyrille within 90 feet of Bald = tract contains 400 acre ofland more or lest Will sell out right Lease wi or exchange for Improved farm land al the State of Kentucky This land contains the very best quality of coal Same vein as the BeAttyTtlle coal Has splendid 10 location for coke ovens foundries etc Will sell at a bargain if dill parUcu1an 1905 The Popular 1905 Big 4Operates 2658 miles of Railway Lines in the Central States which have by moneybeenperfection and their equipment includes everything of the best and latest designsVThrough Sleeping Car Lines from tbe commodious Central Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York lIfornlnJJNoonmany other Cities making direct con nections with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed information call at Ticket Office Ingalls Building Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address Warren J Lynch Gen Pass Ticket Agt ERCCTH Gen Southern A Cincinnati Ohio W f Bnwlty Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn ++++ CALL AT++M JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Oestrfae Saratoga Water Kept eu Tip SSJ Phone 3 Second St Inauguration Excursion Rates tJA e Washington D+ C Tkroagk the raoat Pietaesqpe Ke gtMHol America- nelarePlus25c fdc Rbood Trip goodretMarehlf by deposit aud payment of U SbOrt68t Bd only T1a1OltiJ 8lo awI pi apseePoC A 0aeta oracWrse- aLGWVAVVRVNY I I Ah xllICtottt trr ItjUtir MH att a Q 4 J D Ai buckle C1 Douglas GD Simmons An Announcement to the Public January 1st 05 Arbuckle Simmonswere succeeded by C E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the three above persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old stand We want to sao to the public that we now have our stock complete We have received atar load of genuineV Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made The Studebaker acarloadof Olympic Diamond Ranges We wadt to further say that we buy most of our wirf wagons 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 less beleivingComeTinwork and Guttering ajnd Spouting we make a specialty of Wouldbe pleased to have you let us do your work or give youan estimate i Respectfully yours CE Douglas Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESv- ia e Illinois Central Railroad NEW ORLEANS and return account Mardi Gras March 1 to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and the NORTHWEST one way colonists March 1 to J5 MISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA etc homeseekers excursions less than hall price February 7 and 21 March 7 and 2J Indian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip February 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 One way colonists February 21 and March 21 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Texas For rate and rates free copies folders descriptive and New Orleans apply nearest railroad or addressVF D P Ky lioldentF1ora announce the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load Marble and Graqite ever in Richmond Trade athome where you get the best goods cheaper prices Jolden Flora East Main iLoiaisville H Nashville RR ispfdiwred to quote yea rates to Any J8111 llthro gh tieketa and chef lpaC8OaeE3ccrBea Home Seekers ah4V d8tsTiCktiJoTtmeTItronchSI trkLltDiaiag Cars b t00TiKkATRWyr will issnre ii a ian i tr atWrums- I t h J W Hamilton tf It JC WM CWMIL XWwt Scs r r Special Low Roundtrip Rates in eflvit on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and through tickets of of California to agent W HARLOW A- Louisville to of at at Street c Dmmi i n r s d Rice Cousin c Plaintiff againstSusan c Defendent Notice of Sale in Euity By virtue of a Judgment and orlr ot Stile of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the February term thlTtf 1905 in the above style cause th un dersigned will on Thursday Mch 9t 05 between the hours of 10 odock a m IInd 1 oclock pm on the prrm ties In Madison county ivy prta to expose to public sale to the higi8t- autI best bidder the following des ed propertyviz Two CertainTracts or Parcels of Land in Madison county Ky on the warf rs of Paint Lick creek adjoining tlif laud of A Merritt etc The first tract con talus about 18 or 20 acres in area j1 bouse on same and buing a part M the land owped bv the late Irvin Coasiii Sr deceased on the road near tbe creek The second tract contains alont 23 acres more or less and being the same land owned by Benjamin Cousin at the time of his death Fora more particular description of said land reference is hereby made to the Judg meat and exhibits on file in the abovo tyled CUou Said two tracts of land will be first offered for sale feparaMv and then as a whole and the bi or bide mlwiaj the mOAt moiev will be accented and land sqld accordingly TERMBSale will be made on a credit 61 six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond wRh awneyed security for the pM witettlw pwrerMse monev to have the foreeaM eTect of a Judgment bearing 14aI interest from day of with a L4M rvetIupon said erty nathl all the purchase mopeyIs pMd Poaaeou of said Iau I wIll he Ivett oo cowpliancP ofMid BaM S H THORPE- Jfvtet C niHi5w ionerf M 1 it jnm hAYfI1Y fenclni tn0- 1wllyyocstsaeC E Doarfcf Co JtMt nea- tshtha Frost ttiiaulefebS St t 0