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J TliE RICHMOND CLIMAX=== OLUDIG 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 1902 NUMBER 19 and the Then there is your Old Freezer tlJ out Get an O K Freezer and you will regret the money spent last but not forgetthatwe sell the Stoves on O K Jewell Stoves and Ranges P The Wonderful 1 North Star 1 Refrigerator Best Made byicewill the ice question and save money for you Water Coolers Springismake sparkling watermore invit ing Worn never And least dont best earth solve will We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth 0oIi SHACKELFORD CO Main Street fr RICHMOND KY IiQQI A penny saved is a penny I made For one week only we will sellI17 in foot tubs 2geI 18 in foot tubs 4Sc 20 in foot tubs 67c 21 in foot tubs 72c 10 qt slop pails 29c 12 qt slop pails S3c Japanned coal hods 23 and i7c Boys steel express wagons all sizes COc and 1 70 The ITheRacket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MIN STREET RICHMOND KY 1 Autumn Opening Sale o- fFURNITUREe 4 Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to call make our store their headquarters Wee Mmt I InIplease Our success depends upon it and the rea sonable prices at which everything useful isoffer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carriedI JO S JCJPLIN Phone KYxrsbtUndeEmbalmer Jr L R Blanton DEALER IN T Coal FeedtSalt Sand Lime t Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner 1V aancI B StreIPhoat 15 j1 0 A BOMBSHELL Is What SenatorElect Mc Creary Terms Hendersons Action From The CourierJournal The Hon fames B Mc Creary United Stated Sen atorelect from Kentucky attendingthe drawal of David B Hender son from the race for Con gress in the Third district in Iowa carries with it much significance He th inksSpeaker Henderson realizes that the Democrats are going to sweep the country and does not want to be a victim of the great political storm Senator McCreary believes that the Democrats will have a majority in the next House and intimates it is his opin ion Mr Henderson if he had remained in the raceand been elected would not have rel ished being defeated for SpeakerSenator McCreary had the following to say about Speaker Hendersons withdrawal I served in Congress 12 years with Gen Henderson He was a gallant Federal sol dier during the Civil War and lost his foot and ankle during his service and although he entered the army as a Lieu tenant at the end of the war he was Colonel of an Iowa regiment with the brevet rank of brigadier General His gallantry as a soldier his ability eloquence and ially his intense Repnblfcan- ism made him very popular with the Republican party and he was elected ten times to Congress and had just been unanimously renominated af ter having served nearly two full terms as Speaker of the House of Representatives the most important in the legislative department of the governmentHis from the race for Congress in a district which gave him two years ago 11000 majority is very significant It will have a demoralizing effect on the Republican congressional cam paign and encourage Demo crats and contribute largely toward the next House being DemocraticThe question and the trust question which is naturally connected with the tariff have for some time been the most important po litical questions but Gen Hendersons refusal to make the race for Congress after his unanimous nomination and his statement about the tariff and the trusts bring the Republican party face to face with tariff reform and the necessity for giving the people relief from the ruining and oppressive influences of trusts and these questions will be of overshadowing im portance both in the congres sional race this fall and in the presidential race in 1904 President Roosevel t s statement in his Cincinnati speech that the real evils con nected with the trusts cannot be remedied by any change in the tariff laws will not sat isfy the people The great WHEN BABY IS GOMiNG US- EMothersFriend womans greatest dream of beauty and is when nature has chosen her to Become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com fng nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside her on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Friend applied throughout pregnancy relieve the pf no mother and ehiklcaafailtobehealthyheartystrongclear mutuallyinliuenpeat lInlwcHt of dru tt roo1Mt bottle Our twatUc i i MtSrtMOtf malted mt WC MWWMfta BMWJkTM hs AMMta to majority of them do not be lieve that statement No matter what Henderson and his friends may say the peo pIe know that he is fleeing from the wrath to come and he tried before the coming storm rather than attempt the doubtful task of buffeting it The signs of the times all indicate there is going to be a revolution of sentiment in our country against the HeM publican party and its oppres sive measures and the Hen derson incident is but the beginning The people will not consent to be crushed by trusts and combines Laboring men will not be satisfied to see their employers grow rich while their wages only buy about half as much food said other necessaries of life as the same wages purchased a few years ago Farmers will not quietly submit to having the abundant crops withwhich God has blessed them taken by the trusts at low prices and a pittance giv en to the farmer and the lions share taken by the syndicates and the combines Tariff reduction is wholly inconsistent with Republican doctrines for the strength of the Republican party and its sinews of war in election campaigns came from the trusts it protects through the protective tariff The speeches of President Rose velt in his spectacular tour of the States in regard to an amendment of the Constitu tion authorizing the Federal government to regulate the trusts are baseless and un reasonable Even ifanamendment to the constitu tion was desirable it would be impossible to get two thirds of both houses of Con gress to propose the amend ment and threefourths of the Legislatures of the sev eral States to ratify it The Democratic party is the only party that can be relied on for honest tariff revision and a positive war against trusts Americas Famous Beauties Eruptionsblotches have them nor will any one who uses Buckleus Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum van ieh before it It cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 2oc at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Church Entertainments An exchange very tersely remarks It is as difficult today to find the line that sep erates the church from the world as to define the Alaskan boundary It does seem if Christianity is the solace of this life and hope of the life to come that all else would be sacrificed by believers to support it yet it is evident that the world the flesh and the devil are hourly called on to contribute to its sup portThe female religionist racks her brain to devise money making schemes until the only way to maintain interest in the church or raise money for the Lord is by continuous vaudevillePeople give money to get into society or to cater to their appetites or for amuse ments One thousand dol lars can be raised quicker for church purposes by festivals suppers amatuer theatricals and such like entertainments than to find a selfsacreficing Christian who will oluntarily lay one dollar on the altar of the Lord Cures Rhematism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm BB B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back nnd shoulder blades shitting pains difficul ty is moving fingers toes or legs bone swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawk spitting droppings in throat had- henringspecks flying before the eyoa all played out feeling of catarrh But anic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 80 or 40 years standing attar doctors hot springs and patent medi cines had all Most oT these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially ad- vIsed for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms Qt rheumatism catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby Riving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patching up Sold at drag storesSl per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also spec ial medical advice by describing voar trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga J prOtlal treat ot BlAOti fi ltn It btbtr tiuui a tiiouMnd printed U UmoaUU KJ writ lllm I TI cents I Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She wns thin and weak and paidone dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York sac and IOO all druggists Money Redeemed Sometime ago there ap peared a story in the Larue County Herald cT a man hid ing 320 in a teakettle which the mice made a nest in and cut up nearly all the money The party had the torn pieces sent to the United States Treasury for redemption Mr Ford who wanted the scrap money which the mice had used for a nest redeem ed makes the following ex planation of the matter in the Herald Some time ago there appeared in the Herald an article in which it was stated that I had lost 320 by its being eaten by mice The facts in the case are these Directly after the war when robbers were plentiful my father J J Ford of Hart county hid a lot of paper money in an old teakettle for safe keeping and before he discovered anything being wrong or in the year of 1884 the mice had made a nest of tre 320 He did not know what to do with this mutilat ed money and so wrapped it up and put it away until a short time ago when he told me to take it and see if I could get anything out of it for him I took it to the Buffalo Saving Bank as re quested and they sent it to the treasury department 270 was redeemed by the government the other fifty being so mutilated that it could not be redeemed as there was only one piece about one inch square left of the bill Money is too scarce and banks too plentiful to let a dollar rust or mice make nests of it these days Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store it writes druggist U m Smith of Davis Kyis Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs And Colds because it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best phy sicians prescribe it and Perry Thom as guarantee satisfaction or rolnnd price Trial botttles free Beg sizes 50c and SI 1m Regents Examination If from the beginning of a childs school career every certificate is carefully pre served and it a good rating is gained at examinations a great deal of trouble will be saved the young student when the time comes to take Regents examinations As these are now required to highergschools it is advantageous to pass them well and without having to wait to cram for them Ambitious studerts always want to try for the scholarships and the stand Ing from the kindergarten is very helpful to successful Competition The four years College course given by a scholarship is something so well worth having that par nts ought to do all they can- o very early establish in heir children the habit of Considering their school work of the utmost importance Children who are allowed to lose time from school when they are little never recover Jt Ill health cannot be laid Up against them but most of he time lost is not from ill health but lack of interest- i bttstII jiI ATTENTION G A R Harpers Ferry the Gate to the Shenandoah Valley Where the three States of Virginia West Virginia and Maryland come together where the Potomac and Shen andoah rivers unite where the towering steps of Blue Ridge end abruptly frown ing upon the heights of Mary land and Bolivar Heights in West Virginia lies the quaint historic town of Harpers Ferry John Brown baptized it in blood in 1859 when he captured the town and the U S Arsenal and made his final and fatal stand in the engine house known after wards as John Browns Fort alongside the Baltimore S Ohio railroad A plain shaft simply inscribed now marks the location Again in 1861 grim visaged war siezed the village and held it tight in its grasp for nearly four years The deeds that were done and the tales that are told concerning Har pers Ferry fill volumes The heights at Harpers Ferry guarded the Shenan doah Valley It was a most important stronghold to be desired when somegreat cam paign was planned by either armyFrom Harpers Ferry the Shenandoah Division of the Baltimore S Ohio railroad ex tends Southward to Charles ton Winchester Harrison burg and Lexington Battle fields surround the village in directionsThe O SW will make very low rates to Wash ington D C and return dur ing G A R Encampment All trains running through historic Harpers Ferry For particulars ask your nearest Ticket Agent or ad dress the undersigned 0 P McCarty General Passenger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio Out of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and Liver trouble that I had suffered ilhror years writes P Muse Durham N U Dr Kings New Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect health Best pills on earth and only 25c at Perry Thom as drug store 1m May Be too Much Cat It was announced that the White House was full of rats and mice and forthwith the Mayor of Beverely Mass sent Roosevelt a box of six fine mousers If many other Mayors and private citizens take this feline method of advertising themselves the Executive Mansion may get fuller of cats than rats This reminds one of the old professor of zoology who told his class one day that he wished to make a certain experiment which might be most easily trilion a cat If any one of you happens to find it entirely convenient to bring a cat here tomorrow please do so said the good and unwary old educator- A short conference was held among the members of the class after recitation was over and each one of the two hundred found it entirely convenient Everywhere Mrs Laura S Webb VleeFmldrnt Woman Demo gradeClubs of SorUiem OhIo I dreaded the change of life which WM fat Approaching I noticed Wins of Cardui anti to try u hot tie I expetienced some relief the first month to I kept on taking It for three month and now i menstruate with M pHi zed I AM take It off and- oatewaati1 havepassd the clktux Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off They follow awoman to thechange of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trou failstoany Wine of Cardui relieved MM Webb when she was gel When you come to the dance life Webb s letter will mean word to you than it does now But may now avoid the suffering she endured Drurgists KllJl bottles of WJno of Cirdni aF vc cit DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaetont nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE Yientueky eaTT1a9e DOTK gohn onelsonPcop Wagon Load After Wagon Load of t dT G BJttt Have Been Contiuaily Unloaded at the BUSY BEE GASH STORE Until the progress along the street for a whole week was impededand people had to walk around or pick their way through the wallof boxes that surrounded our entire store J The proprietors of the Busy Bee Cash Store found out that on account of delays in the progress of their new building on Main street that they would not be able to move this falland have decided to make this their last fall in the old stand on the corner the Banner Fall of their business career i2 The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its utmost capacity Shelves coun ters ledges tables and every available space in the entire store is loaded from floor to ceiling with new choice uptodate merchandise for fall and they are creaking and groaning under the immense weight piled on them G 8 Our New Dress Goods Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is alroady beginning to go out Every weave in favor this season is being shown and their beauty and elegance com mentedon by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys 0 euCLOTliINfi 1 Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that it will be a deoth blow to all competitors Just thing of 1 buying a good Cassimere Suit for Boys for USe and a good Cassimere Suit for Men for 348 Our stylish t nobby Clothing will cost you about half the price other merchants ask you for them Our OVERCOATS are already on the moved and wise customers are selecting now while they can get what the want Have a look at 1 our Clothing it will pay you 1 Owr Uzniderweair i Fills nearly one entire room in the great store Cant name prices space wont permit If you fail to get our prIcEs on Underwear you are bound somebody too j much for whatmoney you buy Customers beginning We showing the newest things in Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery Prices on Hobby Stuff from 25c to 130 per pair Our stock is complete in all grades and our prices the lowest lbButtoruulkIoilet box spoole border iDc pr 1 beet 8J and 10 SeGoodNew Line Fleec Back Waistigs 8c qualityGoodGood Jeans 121 and I5c best 25c Large nice Towels 5c each Clover Leaf Towels blenched lOc each Check Cotton for dresses and shirts lOc New line Lady Corsets Mens Suspenders lOc Boys Suspenders 5c Lexington Yarn 4u Tear Buttons Cc dozen Good Calico 31 and 4e pd lAlready our are to say that we will never sell all the CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS TailormadeSuitscomingmilesprice will sell you m are Hosiery American We are Sole Agents for the Genuine 111 Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee thellawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOE DEPARTMENTYou can buy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoes from us atprices for good stuff that you pay for trash elsewhere Dont buy a boot or shoe for child woman man or boy before you see our brrgains in shoes We give you the best qualities and save jou money Carpets Bugs Matting Upholstering Jnco Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas Mens and Boys Shirts Neckwoar lor Men and Ladies Ladies Underskirts Grain Bags Hats and Caps and anything else you wine can be had here in large quantities at lowest prices We ire rushing goods out in every department Everybody who has anything to do with this great stores doings is working with all the vim and energy they possess Its economy to trade with us For money saving read every offer carefully Our way of selling goods is not to linger but get them out and make room for others East West North and South from all pushdontCash down when goods are delivered is our moito and a money saving to every customer We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us thisfalland thanking your for past favors We are Very Respectfully WD OLDHAM tCCl BUSY BEE CASH STORE t 1 lie Richmond Climax J CCHENAtJLT President A D MILLER Manager kOBT S ROWE Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 1902 UBLUHKllCVKnV WKDNItSUAY BY Ehe Qlimax Printing Co Incorporated NOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce J 111 Ben ton of Clark county as a candidate for Cir ctlt Judge In the 25th Judl ial district subject to the action oi the Democratic party FOR COMMON VEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce B A CRUTCJTER Jessamine Ccunty a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for 2Mb Judicial District subject to the action of the Demo cratic partytFOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H RRECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court suoject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself aa a candidate fOr be nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir tit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friends In tUe past will favorably consider claims that I may have to the nomination and If nom inated I promise to use all honorable means to rectire my election and if elected to endeavor I have in the past to faithfully dlcharge tHy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am RespectfullyS NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION At n called meeting of the Mad ison County Democratic Commit tee a quorum being present It is ordered 1st That primary election be held in Madison County Kentucky cn the 22nd lay of November 1902 for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison County to bo voted for at the gellerul election in 1903 A pull will be opened at SIX oclock a in and closed at four oclock p in 011 the said thof November in ittch of tho legally established voting precincts in Mudiaon Coun ty at tho usual voting places in Paul precincts 2nd That on or before twelve ieloclc 110011 on the 7th day of November 1902 each person ex pecting to become a candidate in Bitid primary shall deposit with W II Shackelford Treasurer the Hun of 150 to be used fur the purpose of defraying expenses ot miid primary election and any person tailing to make said de posit on or before twelve oclock JUHMI November 7th H02shnll be ineligible to be voted for at Paid prinmrv election If th j amount deposited should he deem tltl insnfliriiMit to meet the lIes sary xitit lliM Hiininilieu slmll 04II IiI the candidates qtialifyii to contribute pratit the ueces Kiry amount qualifyingfrthan November 7th 1902 submit to the Democratic Committee a list of election officers for each voting place in the County 4th That said primary election Mittll bo hold under the law gov erning such elections 5th That all legal voters who Intro heretofore affiliated with tho Democratic Party and who xpect to and pledge themselves to sup pirt the nominees of saul party and all persons who will be legal voters ut the November election 1903 who pledge themselves to support the nominee of this pri mary shall be oligible to vote in said primary Gih Notice of this action shall lj published in the KENTUCKY HKCIISTER and in the Richmond Climax and shall be posted at twentyfour conspicious places in th County one in each voting precinct and on tho Court House dojr in Richmond Kentucky forty days before the said 22nd of November 1902- 7th The County Court Clerk IS directed to prepare ballots for this primary as required by law not Inter tItan the 10th day of Novem ber 1902 JO B CHBNAULT Chairman Dem Corn sept 804t cot L FiBrawerCon LEXINGTON KY The Third Week of our Great Per bit RducUon alc Find us prepared to serve you better than ever ta You are invited to examine our offerings 11 F1BroeCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY- ULUIJ I SAMUEL RANDALL former Spear of the House of Representativessaid I came to consider that the spcak eraliipj was the highest office within the reach of American citizens that it was a grauil official station great in the honors which it conferred and still greater in the ability it gave to impress ou our history and legislation the stamp of truth fairness justice and right In reading the history of our country every one is supposed to learn from what States the Presidents have come but none pay any attention to this the highest office in fie Government Since the withdrawal of Speaker Hen derson from tlit congressional rnce has for the lime attracted tho attention oi the public to that office it is interest lug to note some of the facts of history concerning it Taking the one hun dred ansi ten years from 1789 to 1899 the year that General Henderson was chosen fourteen states have furnished tipcakers of the House of Representa tives Of these six have ben South ern and eight Northern and Middle States During the one hundred and ten years four Kentuckians have held the epcakership Henry Clay John White Linn Boyd and John G Car lisle They served twentytwo years or onefifth of the whole time In point of time Maine comes next hav big furnished the speaker eleven years Since the war only two Southern men have served in that office John G Car lisle of Kentucky and Charles F Crisp of Georgia PERSONAL Mr J R Bush visited his mother in Stanford last week Mrs W B Smith retuiued from Louisville Saturday Mrs M F Arbuckle visited friends in Danville last week Miss Kate Blauton is tho guest of Mrs L It lilanton Mrs Joe Chenault is visiting Miss Alice Laud in Lexington Mrs M Ii White attenued tile State Fair at Louisville last week Mrs E D Harber of Omaha Neb is visiting Mis Joe S Joplin Mrs Harvey Chenault spent several days in Cincinnati last week Miss Anne Mi ward of Lexington is the guest of Mrs CM Kellogg Mrs J B Stouffer left Monday for a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Berthenia McCord visited friends in Winchester last week Mr Fred L Grinstead of Danville visited friends in this city Sunday Miss Susan Hume spent several days last week with friends in Lexington Miss annie Norris has returned from a visit to friends in Winchester Dr and Mrs J M Poyutz visited relatives in Fayette county last week Miss Lucy Crowe returned Friday from a three weeks visit to Frankfrrt Mrs A II Severance of Wilmore is the guestof her father Dr M C Heath Senator G T Farris of Lancaster spent several hours in the city Satur dayMisses Mary nod Carrie Fortran left yesterday afternoon for Lewisburg W Va Mr and Mrs Mat S Cohen left yesterday to attend the Louisville Horse Show Miss Margaret Ely of Big Stone Gap Va is the guest of Mrs B J PattonMrs William Denny of Point Pleas ant W Va is the guest of Mrs James W Smith Mrs T J Smith and Miss Helen Bennett visited friends in Louisville last week Hon J Tevis Cobb attended the State Fair at Louisville Friday and Saturday ExGovernor James P Eagle of Arkansas is tho guest of Mr and Mrs W 11 Miller Messrs Matt Nave and Thomas Crutcher of Nicholasville were in Ihe city Wednesday Mrs Charles Stevenson of Bloom ington Ill was the guest of Mrs R E Turley last week Dr D A lenick of Nicholasville was the guevt of Dr and Mrs II E Douglas Saturday Mrs Susan Goodloe Johnson of Danville III is the guestof her sister Mrs Curran C Smith Mr and Mrs James Henderson of Brownsville Texas are the guests or Mrs Elizabeth Miller Mr Charles Dudley left Monday attcrnoon for Athens Georgia where he expects to make his home Mr and Mrs T E Arnold and Mrs Nannie Arnold will attend the Arnold Jones wedding at Mt Sterling today Mrs Tom Covington and Miss Flor rie Rayburn have returned from a visit to the formers parents at Spears Ky Mrs W S Montgomery of Lexing ton spent several days last week with her parents Col and Mrs W R Letch- er Mr and Mrs R L Gentry Jr re turned today to Nashville Tenn af ter a most pleasant visit to relatives hereMrs William Price of Lawrence burg and Mrs Lawrence Ballew of Harrodsburg are the guests of Mrs J H Nelf Mr and Mrs PP Ballard Jr of Trenton Mo are visiting the formers father Capt PIJ Ballard and family in this city Mrs W F Francis and daughters and Miss Bettie Jones left last week for Gaffney S C where they will reside in tho future Miss Kit Chenault Messrs Harri son Simrell and John Berkley were the guests of Miss Carlisle Chenault Wednesday and Thursday Mrs A D Miller entertained at tea last Saturday in honor of Mrs R L Gentry Jr of Nashville and Mrs Charles Arnold of Georgetown Ky Mrs Ella Miller And Mrs Lula Dav is of Waco spent several days with their sister Mrs A B Wagers in Cin cinnati last week and took in the Fall Festival Mrs John Hooe Russell and little son returned to their home in Hunt in ton W Va Monday after spend ing several weeks with Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps Mrs H G Turner entertained infoi nmlly last evening in honor of Mrs Chas Arnold of Georgetown and Mr and Mrs R L Gentry Jr of Nash yule Tenn Misses Caroline and Elizabeth Bar hour have taken apartments in the Moxloy flat building for tho winter Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond will arrive in the city today to visit Mrs GralTktn yreeland of lOi St James apartments Courier Journal Master G C S Bradley eulurtaiud DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary wrlto Dr Fcnner lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Eight months in bed heavy backache pain and soreness across kidneys also rheumatism Other remedies failed Dr Fen ners Kidney and Backache Cure cured me completely II WATERS Hamlet JJ W DruJJlsts5Oc Ask forCook Book Free STVITUSDAHC TroublesCURE Sure Cure Circular lrFenner 1redonlaNY six of his little boy friends on Septem ber 15 at the home of his grandfather Mr Clifton Shifflet in honor of his sixth birthday The house and yard were decorated with Japanese lanterns and the little fellows enjoyed them selves only as little boys can The announcement of the marriage of Miss Gertrude Layton of Cincin nati to Mr Joseph S Boggs of this city which will take place Wednesday October 8 camo as a great surprise to the friends of both of these popular young people here Miss Layton who is an exceedingly attractive antI popu lar young lady has visited hero frequently and has many admirers who will be glad to welcome her Mr Bogirs is one of the most prosperous young farmers in the county and is a highly educated REd cultured gentle man He has been kept busy for the past week receiving the congratula tions of his numerous friends in the city RELIGIOUS There will be preaching at the Meth odist church Sunday morning and every member of tho church is uruEd to be present At the Christian church next Sun day night Rev Hugh McLellan will preach on the subject Is There a God This is the first ofa series of sermons on the evidences of Christian ity Services begin at 730 p U- iMATRIMONIAL JOSESHAMMOSS Steven Jones and Miss Fannie Hammuns both of Brass field were married at the home of the brides father Matthias Hammons last Thursday VANWIXKLEBALLOR James Van Winfele and Mary Bailor of Whites Station were married yesterday Rev Hervey McDowell officiating JoxKSSuTTOx Miss Mary Sutton and Mr Thornton Jones both of this city were married at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Shilling in Lexing ton last Wednesday Mr Joues is an employe of the 1 N railroad and has been on the Maysville train for a number of years His bride is a bright and popular young lady and has a great many friends in the city Mr and Mrs Jones will probably make their home in CoviuJton- UEAsLEYDuNcNFriends here will learn with surprise of the mar riago of Mr Albert B Beaslev of this city to Miss Dollie Duncanjof Indian apolis which occured in Marttnaville Indiana on the evening of September 8th The ceremony was said by Rev A L Ward in the presence of only the immediate relatives Mr Beasley who is a son of Mr Ezekiel Beasley of this city is a very talented young musician having composed quite a number of popular selections besides being a most brilliant pertormer him self He now holds a very responsible position with a large music boose in Indianapolis His bride is a charming refined young girl daughter of Mr and Mrs H T Duncan and is a favorite with all Time CLIMAX joins in extending hearty congratulations to Mr and Mrs Beasley and wishes them Bon voyage over lifes se- aStock Sales Major John D Harris sold last week to S A Joseph 120 head of fat cattle at cents W R Grimley of Sweetwater Ills purchased from Joe and Allen Death erage 140 cattle leeders for 5cents John Lett of Washington Court House Ohio was here last week find purchased from various parties in the county three car loads of feeding cat tie Mat Shearer bought a nice bunch of high grade cattle of William Deather age at 4 cents John F Wagers bought fiftyoue shoats weighing 135 pounds Thursday from Zena Cobb at 61 cents M F Arbuckle weighed np sixtyfive head of fat cattle Thursday having sold the lot to Jonas Well Mr Well paid 0 cents per pound for sixty of the lot and 5J cents for the rest Jake Herndou sold to J W Ballard seventeen butcher cattle at 3 and 31 cents Mr Ballard purchased nine teen head front other parties ia the county at 21 to 3 cents This stock was shipped to Cincinnati Thursday Dudley Tribble last week sold to S A Joseph sixtyone head 1850 pound cattle at 560 per hundred George Samuels bought from R D Campbell bunch of shoats at Gjc In Woodford W I Arnold bought of Simon Well 60 good grade yearling cattle at 33 cents the seller retaining an option on the purchase for the hitter part of June 1003 GB Turley Jr bought of Mrs G J White twentysix head ef 800 pound Polled Angus heifers at 41 cents Low Rates via LN 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun day October 5th leaving at 352 s TO 100 to Lexington and return Ojt C to 17th final limit 18th account Trot ting Races 1120 to Washington D C and return Oct 845 and 6 limited to re turn until Oct 15th with priviege of extension to Nov 3rd account G A R Annual Encampment 2120 to New York and return Oct 3rd to 6th final limit Oct 14th leaving New York Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as can not realm the seat of time disease Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional di sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internnlly and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coon prescriptionpurifiers acting directly on tho mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what Ira curingCatarrlm OSoldHalls Family Pills are the lJiitJ1B j I III On to WaiMsjtoa During next week the Capitol will be invaded by the Grand Army of the Republic Many changes have taken place in the men who compose this order since the grand review in 18C5 at the close of the war The men who were young and beardless and with elastic step are now silvered with age and their steps will be slow and feebler Yet many of the oldtime incidents of war and hardships will be called to mind Time Commander of the Green Broad clue Post in Estill county has received from Washington a very urgent request to bring the old flag that Captain John Wilson held on the peak of Lookout Mountain Nov 23 18G3 This gave Captain Wilson an honor that will never fade That flag was presented by the ladies of Irvine to the Eighth Ky Inft when in camp at Estill Springs It followed the service of that regiment to the close of the war This post is honored by time name of Mnj Green B Broaddus a citizen of Madison county for years He was the honored Major of the Eighth Ky Time post hopes to comply with time re quest and take tho flag with them and let it be viewed by eyes who havo never seen it wave since the eventful morn ing of Nov 25 This post will start to Washington on Friday Oct 3 via L A DEATHSf KIXG The two year old child of Mr and Mrs E A King died Monday morning of croup The burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery yes terdavYATESTbe three monthsold twin boys of Mr and Mrs Collins Yates died one Saturday and tho other Sun day morning The burial occured in the Richmond Cemetery Sunday af ternoon The worries of a weak and sick mother are only begun with the birth of her child Bv her work is constantly interrupted and at night her rest is broken by the wailing of the PiereesFavorite wellItnity giving to mothers strength and vigor which they impart to their chil prllcticeDr treatedsuffering women Sick women are letterfreestrictly private Address Dr B V SurgicalInstitute Program Teachers Asodatloa at Mt Pleasant Church SatOd 4th 1902 1000 Song Welcome Address I M Hnbbard Response John Poland How secure and hold good attend ance in our schools Miss Willie Tray cor How much ground should be covered by the pupils the first five mouths of school Prof L V Dodge readingProf appliancesinA talk Dr Perry Recitation Patsy Cobb NoonDinner on ground 100 pm Song Duty of tho patrons to time teacher II M Hubbard Value of District Libraries and how secure themJesse Edwards Should vocal music be added to the curriculum Mrs G W Pickels TalkRev H R Turner Violin soloEd Cobb pupllsMissValue of current history how teach itGeorge Edwards Every body cordially invited Lizzie Simpson Vice Pres CertaimCureJor Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party bicycletripbany Bradford county Pa r was taken sUddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of tho Laceyville Messen ofChamberlainsarrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle startingtrip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost ofdysenterysame remedy and this time one dose cured mo Sold by Stockton Ha gan im DREYFUS Mr Marsh Young of McLean III j accompanied by Charles Warrick have returned home after a pleasant visit to relativesbere Mr Houston Kindred of Ohio is visiting relatives here M J M Sandlin sold privately his farm and store last weok Mr Jeff Sparks of Francisville Ind being the purchaser price unknown Elder James Young preached at Level Green Garrard county last Saturday and Sunday Elder Caleb Campbell of Irvine de lived two interesting sermons at time Christian church Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Sandlin of Wal nut Hill Fayette county are visiting their children at this place The Messrs Kitcbels of Illinois are visiting their sister Mrs Grant YoungMrs George M Herd is visiting her daughter Mrs J F Harris at Irvine El lor James Young has erected n handsome barn on his farm which is quite an improvement In answer to the question concerning the population of Richmond we on state that the census of 1900 gave it 4653 The population is much larger now than when the last census was taken but we cannot make any definite statement about it One can judge the extent of the increase from the fact that the enrollment of the city schools has almost doubled since that time Ed TO CUSE A OOLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Itfailsa on each box 25 cents GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF sep 24tI Richmond Ky Senator Deboe who is in Washinr too says he thinks the Republicans will carry the Third Fifth Ninth aid Eleventh Congressional districts in Kentucky Time Seaatpr 11aRanother ibimikcowing r v 3 ir j Seed wheat for eali eplT fl ELvoN MILL CO Dr Hobson dentist next dooi Government buildirjjr If Richmond Ky ClumblrlainsStolllRch byStockton Public Sale QI- BERNDON WALKER Having sold our farm near Whites Station to J W Ilettidoti wo will offer at Public Sale on trnTpreuiiseF at 10 oclock a m on Wednesday October 22 J902 All of our personal property con slating of 25 head of fat cattle i 28 heif ers 2years old i 35 calves and about 20 cows i about 75 head of yearlings 10 work mules 24 2year old mules all broke i 2 yearling mulct several ijorses and horse colts HO sheep 25 goals corn In Held hay fodder TERMS All sums of ctcIcash in hand allfiumsover20 a credit till January 1 1903 without interest otiaIbleTrust Co Richmond ICy The terms of sale must be complied with before the property is removedJ HEKXBOX oct 1lt J STONE WALKER mmi i n r aie L E Cunningham c Pitt against J T Estill c DUs NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY fly vitae of a Judgment anti Order of Sale of theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will on AnilY October 23 12 About the hour of 11 oclock am on the bestbidder premises In Madison county Ky proceed to Jst The Life Interest ontheofTaylorWhiteBales2nd At the sam time and place I will also sell publicly the foregoing tiact of 199 79100 acres together with the hornet lead tract of 20 acres including the dwelling house and other appurtanances on which Jonathan T Estill now resides making a whole c f 219 79100 acres subject to the life state of said J T Estill The first sale is made in order to produce the orderedTerms Both Sales will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security fortbe payment of the purchase money to have bearInglexallnterest purchaseS E SCOTTloct 3t M C M C C Main Street Miller What You Need Good Stove See our handsome line of samples andjuiece Roods before you buy your fall suit or overcoat Prices right TOUKFKK MAHLER Tailors For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thuruian Grocery Co U iPUBLlC SALE As Assignee of C J Bales the un dersigned will on Friday October J7th About the hour of lOa in expose to Public Sale to tho highest and best bidder following described property The House and Lot of C J Bales in Kingston Ky now occupied by S Alaiipin i also store house of Bales Kincaid occupiedbyStivers The residence is one of the best in the county and a most desirable home The store house is desirable to any man doing business in the town of Kingston TERMSThis property will be sold on a credit of six months from day of sale tho purchaser to execute bond with approved security L Tevis Cobb 3t Assignee C J Baler- mmi iDn rS ia A B Stones Admr Plff ajainstJ c Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tIme September Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Oct J8 02 About hour of 11 oclock aI1I on promises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Pub lic Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pioperty viz A House and Lot Situated on Irvine street in Richmond Ky anti bounded as follows Beginning at the corner of the L O Schmidt property thence easterly with the line of Irvine street to the corner of the brick livery stable of Duncan Parrish i thence running back in two parallel lines from said two points on Irvine street 19il feet more or less to the line of C C Wallace TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months Time purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for time payment of time purchase money to have the force smith effect ot a Judgment bearing legal in crest from day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the pnrchase mones is paid S E SCOTT 3t MCMCO Big Hill Coal CO ORUANDO KY Shippers of Alnight Coal 4+ ++ + +++ ++ 4 +++tt+i+++ + Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary grate without any attention jfi ++ ++++++ +++ 4 ++++++ +++++ ++++4444 FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to Miller Bros are to be found every description but of the best qualities excellent workmanship and such that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only My work is well known to those who have dealt with me before and to newcomers I am prepared to furdish of the most popular ladies of Richmond I make a specialty of Remodeling Repairing and Dying old furs into the very latest fashions and the work is done in such arc artistic way that garments look like and at most reasonable prices When in Lexington thefactBERNHARD LOWENTHAL Practical Manufacturing Furrier 357 W Next to Bios LrQ Is a the the the the of Lexington Ky commonstvesmarket affords Our AirTign flitiatr with surprise you when it cornea small fuel bills andgOlld service We have in stock a car load of o1 Bickory V1 gons OurJinjn JW arej i v In ver department Is complete and you can save yourcrdlrtee Respettfully Ti9YLOR BROS 1 u l iafr 1 The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat tel how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Or course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business f8lJlki1lJlg SkirtsMade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed with pipings of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 Ladies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool skirting full flounce bottom finished with 4108 of stitching top of flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of same at ODe Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom of flounce separate dust ruffles each 225 Fancy Waistings in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 50 The a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations roc Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season ttSu Fanc Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 81 10 and 15c ayd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Bags 26 and 49e Childrens Purses with chaln u Call in and see our goods and be prettiestline OWEN McKEE uref8lt Fc1Jl Opening AT LOUS GUS STRAUSI We have received our new fall line of rAlfred Jietijninm Cos Swell SUITS and OVKKCOATS line of chosen favorites 0 Tbe principal recommendations of theso LatstFashionWe have time largest and best line of boys and childrens clothing in Lexington and I would like to have you to give us a call Full line of Lion Brand Shirts at 75 cents Beautiful line of AquaProof Rain Coats II ifBrnjimin IAtCP3w trw yaRl JLEADINGGREAT O OF OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENJRichardLargest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky I Most Beautiful II t Line of Fan and Wint i Goods ever displayed in Richnioifdan now be found at mv store The Best theUnitedthe result that today no Dry Goods House in Central Ky can outclass our vast emporium My prices as well as my line of goods will please The Millinery Department is in every particular firstQlassv and you can see the beautiful fall styles 7c Uy calling at store GiV iiie a call before going elsewhere 0 f IK SMITHA lie Richmond Climax EDNESDAY OCT 1 1002 Your city taxes are now e Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Seed wheat for sale j71t EMJHTOX MILL Co noInsfr tHiit apply Mrs Sallie Wiul wp 10tf Kanawha Salt at L R lantons oct J3m s L Mdkiltuue8 a specialty oft ll4rubber tires Give him a ttirir tr LfiiC IIi li O Hilbert will speak jBertsi on S t utility October 11 at 1 clock Pr iuldaliuii will beat the Hot- elni Wednesday and Thursday i aI lor two days only I a on us fur your timothy seed e liV just lecoived a car load E UEATHEKXGE Co Mss K V Schmidt will have her ts en display Friday and Saturday I and 4 lhe public is invited to L Ti ladies of the Pattie A Clay jflrmary will give a dinner in the anc t House store room county court iy ia October eeplOJt Ill 0 Saui Tevis an aged colored an was adjudged of unsound mind Hi County Court Thursday and at t tile Asylu- migiuyourod suit and trousers- d have them cleaned and pressed bye Cd process srorFFER MAuLER Tailors You will not need a search war uttlind Covington Banks new Ivcrttsement in to days CLIMAX ike a look at it and you will learn mei tug Tp ladies ot Waco Baptist church iL a Court day dinner October arrt lay for the benefit of their church at as destioyed by fire a few OLt 8 ago tf 1ul Lee Siniihns new advertist jTi todays CLIMAX His fall ue i drv Roods is complete ill every spcit and can suit the taste of the ost fastidious Luis Gus Straus the well Uivu Lexington firm have a new i t lays paper If you dont know- a what you want read It and you Ii 1 out i where in todaYd CLIMAX will iLl Taylor Bros new advertiser They carry everything in the jv iiiif wagons fa lung imple ts juil hardware i Uuorse U Uiibert the Dpm a iiuiiiinee for Congress in the iji Iistrict will address the citizens gf Hill and vicinity on Friday r Iii at 1 oclock I Si V Evans Jr has just re ir rum the city where she has se the very latest patterns for a embroidery i and is prepared it anything needed in that line MptI Democrats of Madison county ir r member that Hon G G Uil e i sljeluy and Mr W Reed Em- r f Boyle county will speak at the House next Monday afternoon 0 iay at 130 oclock L thc day of old knights wore bold L Barons held their way Oq loveil the silver and the gold s us tliey do today 1lil axes silver and gold have the world Jowelry holdsub c latinatiou for everybody Wear iJi kinds you will admire at rl you will regard with fovor Count Tvsie the handwork of the best 0 id silver Miiths iu the land e ry is something you should buy i in whom you not only have o nee hut who has the necessary n figa to tell good from bad Years t rjrience give ua that knowl V tf JiE LANE Infirmary Association T actual meeting of the Pattie A L Infirmary Association will be held- e Tiesdav afternoon October 7 Rents a Canard Onnly Finn ir T 11 Dunn has rented the r iliold form of 450 acres near Srji tsville Garraid county for 5000 Bourbon joucty Cont House T Bourbon colinty Fiscal Court wck awarded the contract for the trw court house to J E Gibson of sispor Tnl Hill bud aIIII 142481 Administrator Appointed ur Fountain Uice has been appointed lri Istrator of tho estate of T J v ie deceased Thn appraisers of he estate are T C Witt GeorseBallew in J J R TCUiRon Certificate of Nomination Filed William Lawson Sumrall of Mercer otinty the Republican nominee for torjrress in the Eighth District filed his ert flcatc of nomination in the office f tin ccunly clerk Monday Public Sale W O Powell will have a general sale f liinh grade shorthorn cows and alves mules sows pigs corn and ariiing implements at Urookstowa Saturday Oct 4 at 10 oclock Keep your money at home when on want a suit made to order Fit uaranteed STOUFFEB MAuLER Tailors itinnre E DEATHEKAOE Co Moved havemoved asthewhich they recently purchased Mills Shut Town The BurtBrabb Lumber Co at Ford was forced to shut down last week on account of lack of logs The Ford daysagovillage for several months Speakl1rThe Democrals in thQ county Is again called to the lepreseritaive CourtHouseGoing West hasdecided thatStateinColoradoRemodelling workMondaying at the corner of Main and Third Clncinnatiate improvements for the place and thehandsoUJest Committeemen Elected Pursuant to the call of the chairman of the Democratic county committee conventions were held in several pre cincts last Thursday to elect commit teemen to fill vacancies in the county committee HonR W Miller was elected in the University precinct and Hon W Shackelford in West Emt Uncle Sams Prisontrs There are now five prisoners in the county jail awaiting trial at the next term of the United States court Two of these were recently brought here from Montgomery county and two from Wolfe The fifth man was tried juryfaileda new trial Shoe Store Sold Auctioneer T D Cheuault sold the Douglas Crutcher shoe business last Saturday as advertised The stock was bought by Mr James S Crutcher at 40 cents on the dollar invoiced Mr Crutcher also assumes the lease and willleacin a new stock of jroodn GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Mr Embry to Speak Mr W Reed Embry of Danville will speak at the Court House Monday October Cth Mr Embry who is one of tho bestknown young orators in Kentucky is assisting Hon George G Gilbert in his congressional can paign anti is addressing large crowds every where he goes Every voter in the county should come out to hear this brilliant young son of Madison on this occasion State Certificates Superintendent of Public Instruction McCliPsney called a special examina tion for State teachers certificates to be held in his office October 10th and 11th notice of which has been sent County Superintendents The special examination is held in order to give many schools throughout the State an opportunity to have teachers holding State certificates the number now not being sufficient Broke the Record County Clerk Jesse Cobb broke the record one day last week when he took 1SS acknowledgements to deeds in little less than an hour and a half Eleven deeds were Sled in his office each of which required tho signature of seventeen persons besides tbat of the man who gave the deeds Mr Cobb went at the job in a systematic way and finished up the whole business in ninety minutes rubllc peamr lion George G Gilbert Democratic nominee for Congress In the Eighth District has made tho following speaking appointments Richmond Monday Oct College Hill Friday Oct 10 lierea Saturday Oct 11 Kirksville Saturday Oct 11 The appointment at Kirksville is for oclock p m the rest are for 130 p in The Republican nominee is inyited to be present and will be offered an equal division of time stench place For Sale Privately I otTer for sale privately two of the most desirable farms iff Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No1 is known as the Wm Terill farm containing 2GO acres and is well im proved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfailing stock water good young orchard and and one of tile best barns in Madison No 2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 210 acres Is also well improved and well watered Call on or address WILSON TATE seplO2m Nobody Ky L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico coal 6ct I3mo and Opening Ot I Ffl Szidtings Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opaned in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either SuitTrousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We guarantee a fit andsatisfaction and prices below foreingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SIaAeadded a cleanIng and pressing depar aitntund c4perve you on short notio ls2 r ii 1 Winter Stilts v ly JJ XBHIUCHBAVKACa n to of strong value 8 where we begin iu earnest with a very choice good dur able Winter stylish things among them save two dollars and every suit J r seen price of rich made in fit for any mans backat price to any mans t C tQ oti4 nn The famous and fit and and hold shape equal to best custom work and save you SIO to over prices SHIRTSIf every nina knew how well we can serve him in Shirts wed sell all the shirts In Madison county Shirts roomylong Shirts A superb showing of the newest fashions 50c id 100 10 Speak at Burlington Ou next Monday October Hon James B McCreary will open the campaign for Appellate Judge Thomas Paynter at Burlington Boone county Mr McCreary has made no definite schedule for the fall campaign as yet but will probably give most of his time to the Eighth Ninth and Tenth Con gressional Districts The National Campaign Committto is anxious to se cure his services for the full and he may do some work in other States The Machine Shops Work on the Louisville ill Atlantic machine shops is progressing rapidly during this pretty weather so that everything will be under shrlter before the winter sets in Two buildings are now nearly completed The boilers and engine were placed last weekand the machinery is beginning to arrive Seveial thousand dollars worth of ma chinery will be put in and the shops will be complete in every detail so that they will be prepared to make anything from an engine to a hand car It will require several weeks yet to get every thing ready to start The shops will give employment to forty men Mr Crutcher Announces Hon B A Crutcher of Jessamine county announces himself as candidate for reelection to the office of Common wealths Attorney in this the Twenty fifth Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Crutcher is serving his second term as Attorney cf this dibtrict and has made a record that few equal He has been faithful and efficient in perform ing the duties of his office and richly deserves the indorsement of his party Mr Cutcher is a Democrat of the pur est type and one who has always stuck t his party and his friends and itwill take a mighty good man to beat him in a race We commend him to the voters of Madison county Cleanliness Etc Typhoid fever fattens on filth Every time you throw slop water or decayed vegetable matter into the back yard or alley you invite its pres ence Cleanliness in these matters may prevent sickness in your family or in the family of your neighbor Every weed that is permitted to go to seed on the streets in alleys or back yards will make more weeds next year Evcry good citizen ought to have a pride and pleasure in giving an invit ing appearance to his premises Eveu if the property is rented it ought not to alter tire case To say nothing of the looks of the thing cleanliness is essen tial to good health Kappa Epsilon SIgma Alpha Chapter of the Kappa Epsilon Sigma fraternity of Walters Collegiate Institute was installed at the rooms of the JIbe Lodge one night last week the charter members being Messrs Marshall aid Joe CollitiH William Wallace Sam and Robert Burnam William Marstello aud Nick Rather KappA Epsilon Sigma is a secret socie ty which was organized some time ago by thin young students Tho origlna tors of the movement prepared the ritual and laws of the organization and selected a few of their friends to join them lit now frater nity When the time lor the iustalln tlou came Mr Hobert R Itnrnnui and Capt Ed Ballard took the candidates any others elected to the bontfr Kappa Epsllan Sigma has a convenient and comfortable hall In the college building which is being handsomely fur nUbed A pretty little badge consist ing of a shield sword was designed by one of the charter members and is being proudly worn by chosen ones Heres wishing the now fatter lilly success and may it spread from ocean to ocean Stouffer Mahloraro turning out more units ovcrcoaU and trousers to measure than nil the others r J Handling clothing as we do in very large lots gives us great advantage in buying The leading manufacturers naturally offer us first pick of IhusItra quality for th price Here are a few of them I 5 Not fine Suits nor 1i4J 4very good onts but neat looking und wurni for winter and better than many stores can offer for S7- or 58 DO 750An assortment equaled elsewhere 00Herescollection of bargains Suitsmany and you more on estuuuAn immenserangE handsome patterns styleSuits a fit pocketbook SteinBloch Brandsfinefashionable S15 madetoorder Work Dress can launchingtho alterjthe and the II Underwear All our Underwear conies direct from the mills instead of from the jobberor middle man nnd for this reason we can offer extra inducementsGood Garments worth 50 and The our price 40 and 50- cExtra fine Garments Rand 150 Lexington Opsra hOUSe Miss Helen Grantly will present Her Lord and Master at the Lexington opera house Thursday night Oct 9 Will Make Their Own Light Carpenters have been at work at tarings mill for a week laying new floors and making other improvements The volume of business is so great that the floors wear out every year or so and have to be relaid Among other improvements that will be addl to the mill this full is a new dynamo for furnishing the light for the mill Tall ing it the year around the Zaring Grain and Mill Companys plant is one of the busiest places in tho city The mill is running jight and day and even at that it IP sometimes hard to keop up with the orders As the whole build ing has to be lighted Mr Zaring thinks it will be cheaper and more convenient to have his own electric plant Diamonds Stolen Dave Lisle colored was arrested and lodged in jail Thursday charged with stealing about 100 worth of diamonds from Mrs J 11 Riffe Lisle has been working for Arbuckle fc Simmons and one day last week was sent up to Mr Rifles to set up a stove The jewels had been left in the room in which Lisle was at work and sometimo after he left they were missed lIe WHS ar rested but claimed he knew nothing of the stolen preperty Although the city officers have been closely at work on the case for several days no clue has been found which might lead to their recovery The diamonds were set in brooch finger and ear rings met were of such a quality as would be easy to recognize anywhere Lisle was releas ed Monday afternoon as no evidence could bo produced against him Mexican War Veterans The Mexican War Veterans reunion was held at Paris last wok and was attended by several of the veterans of this county Madison county can boast of six of these veterans us many probably if nut more than any county in the State They are General Cas sius M Clay Capt Robert Davit Capt N D Burma Messrs Clifton Shifflett Joe Perkins and Pike Dunham The last four belonged to Captain James C Stones Company and Col Humphrey Marshalls regiment When the company started to the war they vent by way of Lexington and Louisville nod from that city by boat to Memphis From Memphis the trip was made across Arkansas and Texas to Mexico The company participated in the battle of Benna Vista and several other battles of that war- SundaySchool Wtrk The executive committee of the Mad ison County Sunday School ASK elation iifet iu the committee room of tho Y M C A Saturday morning Tho ar rangements for observing Sunday School week aud Decision DayiXluring the third week In October wore made and several other matters of impor tance were disposed of A schedule of dates for tho district and counv con vontions to be held next spihig was recommended subject to tLri approvaV of the various district offices The proposed dates for the district ijonven lions are as follows Bichraonjj Wed tuesday May 6 Elliston SLtnrday May IGj Million Saturday May 23j Yates June 30 Union June 2qGlade Saturday July 11 Klrksyillj same date as the county convention The date for the Foxtown convon on has not yet been agreed upon Thjj county convention will be hold at K rksville next yparf some time during tlje latter part of July Preparations ar already eXprtedtobe the banner counties in the Sunday School work being onuof twe tythreo inthe one hundred and nineie ki coun ties of the State which has county organization with It county co vention and an organization and coavi ttion Iu each Magisterial district i Store NEWSOur big store is packed and jammed from floor to ceiling with a choice collection of winter wearables for men and boys a vast stock of high quality merchandise bought low for cashand marked quickselling profits in every case ONE PRICE to every body every time makes buying safe and easy here and protects against overcharges so common in stores of more than one price Hanan Shoes Everywhere recognized ns tho worlds finest shoe for men Newest styles are here 5 00 5 50 and 6 00 Florsheim Shoes Very elegant footwearsecond only to Hanan 4 00 to 5 00 WalkOver Shoes King of their classacknowledged the finest made for tho price 3 50 to 4 00 HBilt Well Shoes A remarkable combination of style and durability at low prices 250to300 Amoskeag Shoes All solid leather good looking durable and cheap J 50 to2 00 Work Shoes Adapted to the hardest service and our prices and quality are hardest to beat J 00 J 25andJ 50 Registration Day Tuesday October 7 will be registra tion day and all voters in the four pre cincts of the city are required to register in order to vote at the November election The officers appointed by the county election commissioners to serve at the November election will also hold the registration For Sale Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I offer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and sufficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address S L TUDOR Proprietor sepllTtf Irvine Ky Removals Mrs Cinda Carr has moved back to Madison Institute having accepted the position of matron there for another year DrxW W Burgin has moved hits family into Mrs Carrs house on High streetMiss Pattie Stephenson has taken the residence on Lancaster Avenue formerly occupied by Dr Btirgin Uelsaite Mrs A D Reid who has been In the city several days has organized a class in Delsarte and will begin work right away Mrs Reid comes very highly recommended and the letters from her former pupils speak well of the work done An entertainment will be given at an early date which promises to be attractive in every way The dude drill in which sixteen young ladies will take part will be one of the drawing features Lost His Wallet Sheriff John F Wagers while on his way to Frankfort one day last week had the misfortune to lose his pocket book on the 0 O train between Winchester and Lexington The pocket book contained n ten dollar bill and a number of valuable papers which he said he could illafford to lose He advertised his loss in the Lexington and Louisville papers and notified the rail road and police authorities but as yet the missing wallet has not turned up Million Returns ExCaptain Million of last years foot ball team has returned from his home at Richmond and is now ready to do some hard work on the gridiron for the Central University eleven Ho is an excellent player and will ma tonally strengthen the team Hop Sanders was hero Saturday and will probably return within the next few days and take his old position at end There are no better ones in the South than Hop and it is hoped that he will soon be backDanvillo News Coil Strike Latest reports from the anthracite coal fields show no signs oh a break in the mlnewranks and It seems almost certain that unless the mine owners make concessions the strike will con tinue during October Millions of dol lars have already been lost on both sides and the high prices prevailing in the South can b6 traced to the strike The Bituminous mitten in Pennsylva rita and West Virginia instead of sup plying their regular markets in the North West and South are making larger profits by shipping East Cin cinnati and Louisville are short of coaliI and prices have recently advanced The owners of the Brush Creek coal fields are pushing work on their railroad and expect to bo shipping In large quantities on December 1 Tic de mand is so great that they are putting in a temporary tipple and on Monday next wijl begin to haul coal from their first mine by wagons to the L ft NV siding at Ernflh Creek With the large tonnage which wiirbe shipped this wit ter from these new mines it is hoped that prices can be prevented horn be coming too high ir this community 0 Felt Boots Here we lend them all Our Boots were made to special order during the summer when prices were lowest and we can sell the best SrXra Swa TTOO toots at 2 25 to 2 50 worth 2 75 to 3 00 Leather Boots A select stock of extra bargains iu Calf nnd Kip Boots at 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 and 4 00 HatsSuch brands as Roelofs Stetson NoxAll Hedden and others All styles shapes and kinds for your choicethree or four times the largest stock in Richmond Fine Hats J to 5 Other Hats 50 to 75c Caps 25 to 50c for Reat Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to xoctltf JACKSON EGBERTS Alnite CoiL The Bin Hill Coal Company of Or Undo Ky will put on the market in a few weeks an excellent quality of coalwhich will 1w sure to make busi ness whatever it is introduced Their Alnite coal is destined to become the most famine ever brought from a Kentucky mine This coal burns well at airtimes and is guaranteed to keep fire allnight in an ordinary grate without any attention The Alnito cOal Is sought for wherever its quality is known Settlement of Kentucky Solilen Calm Gov Beckham has received official notification of the action of the Controller of the Treasury of the Udited States in allowing the claim for 120 86063 of the Kentucky soldiers who volunteered in the SpanishAmerican War The Governor is being congrat ulated on his refusal to accept the check for 67000 originally sent in full settlement of the claim by the Auditor of the department at Washington This action has resulted in tho final settlement of the claim at almost twice thatsum of which the soldiers of the First Second and Third regiments will be the beneficiaries Capt Calhoun has arrived from YaMiIngton with the check for the amount allowed and after talking with him the Governor will determine upon the plan of distribution of the money One point on which he has already determined is that the claim shavers shall not get in their workon the soldiers The money will be distributed by check to each individual entitled to share ii n and the distii bution will ho made with tie least possible dflnv The tonfederakhlonie Fund The members and friends of Thos B Collins camp subscribed as follows- N B Deatherage f60 JMPoyntz 50 James B McCreary 50 Joe Collins 25 L J Frazee 10 NonMembers W W Watts 50 J Stone Walker 50 Thomas P Embry f 1- 0Total295The members of D Waller Chenault Camp subscribed as foloTIDavidChenault L OJ P Simmons 5 O W Cosby 5 NonMember AT Chenault V 10 Total S70 Tim following friends contributed independent of any camp for the home MM J M Eoyntz 100 Richmond Chapter IT D C ro- T J Scott 20 JohnD Harris 10 ft S Durnam 10 W B Smith 5 RL Gentry 6 WS Oldh m5-H H Colyer i 5 C F liurnam 5 Col Edgar 2 Wm Bennett T 1 Henry Hargis j V V 1 60 Cash r I Total vw f 20Ji Receipts from addiee ot Col Young jrgj Total 61050 Gsa J M Poystz secured subacrip Iip88 from UD 0 Chapters in the State 116200 FKSa- leIoertusaleaay residence oa High street Lotk90x2ft with new stable and alt Jteeemvty out buildings House contains elffht rOOtB iradTkiich enalli od rep and will be sold 1abrgLat Crow o 1V 250 our blue J 8 are Let us make that old suit look like new by new process MAULER Tailors We have just received a car load of seed rye which we are offering at lowest price E Co S L Midkill can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you and the prices are always right Give him a call tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon 5 each coffee 10 cents per pound TEX CENT STORE Next door to BIdg aprSO lyr tho Ooh and Works off the cord Bromo Tablets cure a cold in one day No care BO pay Price 25 cent Woel Carfte The Elliston Mill will card wool into rolls or batting any time daring the summer at 10 cents ang208t A Cewshatiei Mr Editor Allow me toJeak a few the bronchitis andcoud sloop at night I tried several doctors and various patent medicines bat could get to give me any relief until any wife MOt a bottle ol this medicine whlclt has re lieved me W S This remedy Is for Salb Stock4 ton 4 Ilagati lm e All here to select coats are the swell but they must be carefully made to t insure a graceful fit Ours are from suehIfamous makersAlfred Benjamin Co Schloss and Kirschbaum 00and large buying makes t such coats as low here as the carelessly made kinds elsewhere Read further 15 Not the kind we call good but theyll keep you warm and are much than youll generally find at the price 650 800 to to the not Mo Servicable protectors and worth cent of the price A great assortment of good coats All styles to choose from and every one for good wearthe best 8 line in 10 to 1250 15 18 andup A wealth of choice coats for your selec money can buy at the price No need to go to the tailor Here are fabrics just as fine just as goods and fits every way as and a big saving to you on every coat Drop in and try one on Boys Complete Outfits Nowhere can you find a bigger or better stock of boys wearing apparel than here everything thats right in QualitvStyle and Price Suits OverCoats Pants Boots Shoes Hats Caps Shirts Neckwear tnot ono item missing thats needed to clothe him from top to toe in comfort and style for winter days Special You weather perfect Keystone Corduroy Pants will hold the strongest boy that livesa new pair free if they rip in any scam co V I N G TON BANKS tfr1UubttJI ELDERS BARGAINS IN 1IIAND SLIPPERS 85cRothehilds 19SI50 Rothchilds Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded price Infants Moccasins lOc soft sole Shoes red tan 25c CLOTHINGWe beequaledBoys Mattings 0 to 25c Window Shades to invited inspect our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Respectfully Submitted the Cash Trade STOUFFER DEATIIERAGE desire buckets cents Government Stop Laxative Qunine Company perpotmd CoughRemedywith nothing valuable BroekMMNiBHKMl Over Coat Styles styles longloose things Bros better every guaranteed Kentucky everytaste custom tailor- Ing Collars SHOES 175 Infants white black 65c Baby Caps JOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 E V ELDER n c Must tbRegardless of Price Wiligingwilluntil every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire OilsVarnishesWindow Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire- otitfitof I Painters and Paper HngersTools musibe earlyandgetPUlL L WELGING Exeter r Fa wI i w J f 1 TO THOSE t wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Vetro plltiPd tt81Ithat it is oft ale nt the tallowing placed iti Mmlisua voUUtV Atbacklo Simmons R cljmond txiarcv Hamilton Waco Jo CB Powell Ked House VlelvJNewbyJf1rkln3 w Teater Kdeuton ottnnburgJllIlhedonlIo1JTCoy Kirkv1I1e For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D CIWill dispose of the following A J W Webber Berkley KyI38 26 45J20Jgm Knepzlen Milton Ky 28 41 28FerdinandKobt W Owens Louisvil e 11 00 R J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky 560 Austin Rockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON n C 7my6t lem If the average mans digestive appar atus is all right his conscience doesnt trouble him much Soda Pop is a purely temperance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all ilavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky HOURS 9a m to 4 m Klin and sweat hue no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har J neu Oil It re damPjkeeps rouglurface Iandcut The barncu not uiIlooking new hut ean twice IasIougby the of EurebH- aJ11eu OIL Sold ererywhere I in caDS all urn Made Standard Company ++++CALL AT ++ wJONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo diting cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY The hardest lesson we have to learn is how to rmember what we do learn MORE LIVES ARE SAVED JJY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Frico 50c 3 1 Trial Bottle Free louisis j Atlantic Eailroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VerRalllesLawrenceburglShel 6mand Cincinnati 3i5 MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and t IIMam Cincinnati lItr m pmFromC M DROWNING Gen Mgr KyRRichmond Ky Dr R Goldstein HottGi don Wednesday and Thursday October 8 and 9 PhysicianRlldunit ill established and his work has given entire satisfaction having patients hisIillQPFIOE Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky 0 FOR J Photographs 1Ofthe Highest Order IaSpengler Al Gallery I j Prizetapr2l6mo a 1 F I SPENGLER Opcrllllouae Dlk Lexington Ky NOTICEWhen the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice t Thurman Grocery Co ii I- IfKentuckysreaI Trots LEXINGTON STAKES JOOOOO PURSES October7th to 7thA s 1 Do r te 1EX1NGTON a Grand ConcertsDaily 20OOO Futurity 5000 McDowell 6t OO Transylvania 3000 Tennessee t 3000 Walnut Hall CupI33 OTHER GRAND RAGES Tin fcntnt PrgfMNM EMrQftnl Half Fare Rates on all Railroads R P STOut ftWWANKUNu Jt Master GomYs Notice toI Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Floyd Kldd Admr Jns M Hart deed PUT sgJcaIIJaa M Harts Hrs and Crds Dtt All persons barinc claims agat It the eats e ot Jas M Hart decd are hereby notified to file the same legally verifie with tbe under slcnrd on or before the Seat day of November 1902 or same will be barred 8 E SCOTT M C M C C llserfU ATTfNTIUN We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to we come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs PoultrycHides7Furs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we lProduceMadison county GOTT BROS Second street SPjanly RICHMOND KY Dmmission rs kbF- loydRldd Admr Jas M Bart Flff against Jas Harts Bra and Crds Df ta NOTICE OF SALEIN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Orderot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered atthe September Term thereof 1801 in Jhe above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Oct 6t02 Between the hours of II oclock a mand 12 oclock m at the Court House Door in Rich mond Madison county Ky being October County Court Day proceed to expose 10 Public Sal o to the highest bidder toe lolIoMUR described property vIxiA On waters of Silver Creek in Madison ibyCreek June Armstrong the Kincaid tract etc containing 51 acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land in Madi son county on the waters of Sliver Creek call ed the tract and bounded by Adams the Walker heirs tract Big Branch the Vt acres sold by Wm Adams to John Kin caid June Armstrong the Jarman tract etc contalng 38 acres more or less These two tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole and the bid producing the most most money will be accepted TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 1218 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security forthe payment of the purchase rnoneyto have bearingleltaIlntereatserved upon said until all the pur chase money is paidISE SCOTT lisp 3t M C MC Co Dmmis iDD rs a1c Andrew Bogie Ac Puff againstElsie c Bits NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and order tof sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the September term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Saturday Oct 4 1902 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property viz A Tract of Land On the waters of Paint Lick Creek in Madison county Kentucky containing 04 44100 acres and adjoining the lands ol Morris Long Williams the Kelly Branch J W Tudor and Voodeou Taylor Moss Snyder cI known as the Sallie Bogie dower tract on Poosey Ridge1and on which land if a good dwelling house tad other improvements TERMS Sale will be made on a credit ef 6 and 12 months The pnr chaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have thn bearinilegalLien reserved upon said property until all the purchase moneyis pall S E SCOTT 17sp 3t M CM C C I For Spring 1902A- White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams ChaDl brays Shirtings Embroideries T ffetas- Laces Crepede Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Xjoftoris Celebrated Shirts hinsonRICHMOND h Ii rlf t An Apple Experience An account of how the great Northwest has been made to grow most of the winter apples for this Country must notbe omitted from this story on the increase in plant values The early farmers of the vast prairies could find no apple tree hardy enough for the Climate They spent stocklandsuccess In 1855 Gideon M Mitchell of Minnesota planted thirty varieties of apple trees and a bushel ofseed In nine years he had planted airtold nine thousand trees At the end of the tenth year e had left after the winters old only one tree a small seeding crab From that however has come the fine apple known in the market as the Wealthy a fruit from which the Northwest now an nually reaps millions of dol ars During these nine long ears of planting and failure Mr Mitchells friends told him that no where in all that region would an apple tree ever grow His success was a triumph in which he must have experienced emotions similar to those of Columbus when in 1492 he sighted the island of Guanahani Ex Substitute For Stone Charles G Payne ofFrank- fort Ky who went to Washington six years ago in the capacity of a clerk to former Senator Lindsay bids fair to realize a fortune out of an imitation substance closely resembling stone the main ingredient of which is paper says a dispatch Experts who have examined it declare it will take the place of tiling of all kinds The substance is to be used largely for roofing or floor ing It is applied in a semi liquid form of any color and dries in two or three hours leaving a smooth shiny sur face more durable than stone Its weight is little more than white pine and it can be man ufactured 75 per cent cheaper than tiling Mr Payne has been offered several fancy prices for his formula but will organize his own com pany A SisterInLaw There was a little sensation at the opening session of the Court of Appeals on Monday when Niss Margaret MeVain of Newport was presented to be sworn as an attorney of that court Miss McVain read law in the office of Judge H P Stephens Alexandria I andalso graduated from the law department of the Uni versity of Michigan consequently is well versed in the law A broad smile spread over the countenance of the old lawyers present when she swore she had never sent or accepted challenge to fight a duel either in or out of this Commonwea 1 t hR o u n d about proIhabitual drunkards in insane asylums It is popularly known as the old toper law and its enforcement is report ed to be having a wonderful effect Many men who for years clung to the habit of getting drunk regularly have reformed and become more or less usefuLcitizen- sIf such a law has the desired effect in Iowa it might well be tried in other states WILFULWASTE MAKESWOEFUL WANT That old copybook maxim finds its most forcefulapplication in the waste of is burning the candle at both ends A woman is often tempted beyond her strength by daysheto the woeful want of it She has become weak nervous and miserable For weak nervous rundown women thinDrrestores the appetite quiets the neryes cureslocalundermine the general health It makes weak wosem strong sick women well terrouwrites Mrs Annie It Morillir ohJ8 7th Aveeue wrotetoycuWhIR I wrote yaMOoJ1enIsle at all I bad what was called the bat loc weriltbrougkbottle eh 0 ravorlic Ifescriptlon art iottIesoftkePIattkatie Chrc WM1c sod ifefc iMMen an invited to- COUl1t Dr Pcelbt1fiW frw AU privMMdnaIi i1ie JIIIWI uis bEiwss- siV The insane asylum is1the proper place anyway for peo pIe wh0 are habitual drunkard S urely nosanemanever is a habitual drunkard though drunkards like all other insane people ulways get very indignant when they are accused of being mentally un balanced IIa sojourn of a few mnths in an insane asylum will cure a drunkard it will b3 well to enlarge the asylum at once and have old toper laws adopted every whereChicagoHeraldA HALLS OREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery curs all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tbe kidneyii and men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of tl One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonals Sold by all druggists nail Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD THIS 1901ISir I have used ono bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when began using it today I welsh 17C pounds and 1 feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the publicRespectfully 4doc ly JOHN A EIDDEE The color blind uirl can toll when a rival IS green with jealousy His Life In Peril I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writs Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life n burden I couldnt oat or sleepand felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Blt ters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hard workIt They give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown peo ple Try them Only 50c at Perry Thomas drugstore 1m There are come social sets that deserve to be sat down upon This Is on every box of the renulne Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that core o cold in ono day The poetess may look poetical without haying linos on her face Tetter SattIlhcum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per bozo Dr CddysCondfUon Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and tbe best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 2- 5ents per package Low Round Trip Rates to Washington Account G A R On account of the Grand Army Reunion at Washington D C the Chesapeake S Ohio railroad will sell round- trip tickets from Lexington Ky at 1155 andat correspondingly low rates rom pointsTickets will be sold on Oc tober 3rd 4th 5th and 6th and will be good to return until November 3rd if de siredExtensive preparations are being made by the Govern ment authorities in Washington to decorate and illuminate the Capitol in the most gorge ous manner Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during the reunion to all battlefields and Eastern cities between Norfolk and New YorkThe C 0 will have two fast trains each way with fin est sleeping car coach and dining car service traversing more historic country than any other line For full information or sleeper reservation see any ticket agent or G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent tf Lexington Ky Gas Redunon About One year ao this company materially reduced gas and water rater It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 5c per 1000 feet on illu allerDecprice of gas from 200 to 175 giventhat payillsindebtedtot paytheception Besp ctfully RICHMOND WAT I LIGHT Co Nov 27 1001 dec4 U The nervous telegiapjj operator may bekept awake by the d tick LrMummies prove tliatljEomu of those old Egyptians were brmjtcasea The report of a clean trweep ris in the nature of a sweeping sthtouient rotheirGovernors transport AmamrEaayboa but if he admires a aboPIdO con video her that lie A phik tea jna of tl4thinga that oIcMft KwrlBd1 manjitthins rd MliGtDM u P rI i r p KdI1Dyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food It gives instant and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after every thing failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles reprcdonlybyEODEWITTCo Chicago Tho II aWl For sale by Perry Thomas AtE OF LANE Hattle A Baxter ic PIll againstSidney Guardian c Deft NOTICE OF BALE IN EQUITY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1902 in the above cause the undersigned Special CommissiOner will on Saturday October 18 On the premises at the hour of 10 olock a m proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pro TlzA Tract of Land In Madison county Ky on the waters of the East Fork of Oiter Creek and adjoining the lands of Harvey Parrishs Heirs William Williams James Hngnely Martin Green and contalng 213 9lOQ acres being the same land owned by Ed Baxter at tbe time of his death and land tonner1yowned by Harvey Cobb ana conveyed by him to C D Chenault grainImmediatelyTERMSThe said Hale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser will be required t execute bonds with approved security to the Special Commis moneytobeating 6 per cent Interest from January 1903 until paid with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money paid R H Crooke SOJtCC P SAlso at the same time and place the Administratrix will sell la large amount of per sonal property consisting of live stock grain and tanning utensils Terms made known on day of sale J Tevis Cobb Atty for for Pill PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLERATTOBNBYATLAW RICHMOND KKTTCCXT Office the Bnrnam Building next door to armera National Bank feb3ly ScrIrIlrv AJA ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M- ATTORNEYS OHENATJLT AT LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry 5 Thomas drug store PnYSIOIANS I ORB GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building MainStreet H C JASPER M JJ Medicine and Surgery Office Stonfler Building Main Street- Telephone at residence the Carr place Broadway icnuoND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dissolution Notice The firm of Dozier Shearer by mutual consent dissolved partnership on July 10 Mr Shearer remaining in the livery business and Mr Dozier tak Lug possession of the grocery All par ties indebted to the firm will save cost by calling and settling their accounts at 41 DOZIER SHEARER Master Comrs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT WH Honey Hrs PltH againstW sHnCrdt DIta All persons having claims against the estate of NII Hurl y decd are hereby notified to file the same legal y verified with the under signed on or before the first day if November 1902 or same will be barred- Theadministrator WJ Gooch Is also undersignedonS E SCOTT U O MOO 0 Yaace D 07 IE E OVa ce D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust Bdg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatby DENTAL StrmOSBY T1y 1ae toiSO DESTI3T OP LoDISTILLB KY OovernmentBulldingUcbxnSod noylllyIHarry M Blanton DENTIST 49OHceiu BennettBnfldicg1I ijanly TELEPHONE 196 IZIII IDR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday October 8 1002 fI Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY peopleItladison to teach Ten Days Musical Conventions consisting of rndlmen tal chorus and voice Also to conduct tbe music for pro tracted meetings and any public gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Please give ten days notice SOJUm Public Sale I will sell publicly my farm of about Eightyfive acres on Silver Creek two miles west of Whites Station Ky on Wednesday Oct 15 This place has a nice six room residence out buildings good orchard plenty water and iu fact is one of the best farms in the county I will also offer for sale at the same time the corn crop of about 40 acres and a large lot of household and kitchen furni ture all firstclass and com paratively new Mrs Nannie Crooke Whites Station Ky Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times Do they hurt after reading Are there frequent head achesIAre the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals goneisIt costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early helplater I have to refer the work to Oculist 4+++++ +++ + +++ t + examine the eyes in t4 the most Intelligent and + careful manner charge If withouti 4 needed can + correct lenses +4 in any manner deslrcdt T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30J1 ly 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted ex cursions leave Louisville 12 oclocknoon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Only 65OtTickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reduct ionsfrom all points Liberal stop over privileges at important Onlythroughsection to California- For further information address R H Fowler T P A PUBLIC SALE I r1ckeydeceasedthe premises 4 miles from Paint Lick WalnutMeadowou Wednesday Oct 1st followingSheepI V SoutlidowirBrick Mules oldhorseHorses 1lariiessCattleI5 2year old feeding cattle 2 yearling heifers 7 milch cows IbullHogsI11 hogs average weight 200 Ibs 32 shunts average weight about 100 Ibs 5 stands of BEES Farming Implements boardI IIdischarrow cuttingboxes otherlarnlnHousehold and Kitchen Furniture prandfathert clock 1 Daven port mahogany antique eight 3corueredcupboar centertaMeold style furniture Corn to be jugedin the Field TERMS All sums Jltf1uaryed security without intereat No prop arecoTVKL lackey Admr 1111 OffrAULT 4- A U t it f 20 PERCENT FOFON STOVES a 11 IY I I YOurStove r iC bought early in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the freightit t WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tLlreat Majestic Rang Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and descrofore t can give you a better article for less monev than tz one in this or any other to- wnHARDWR OUR LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Dis Plowth only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pa you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and R pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l s k o eeT It is time you were thinking aIyour 5Vec l Tika1 and therefore it is time to thin us You cannot be too partii about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied st II to select from You wantIvariety of prices You want telligent courteous service II Irabove all you want the right pli We are prepared to meet aii these wants in the fullest me is and earnestly ask an inspection our stock beforeplacingyour w S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jaly3tly KENTUCKY T FIVE THOUSAND DOL- LARFIREJSALE Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burnett Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was recently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are cc damaged in the least and these bargains are without a parafe in this cityEVERYTHING I ShoSIHatsis included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for the that ar stockGoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prop First St Opposite Court House Gate Richmond Ky FALL WEDDINGS JeWeRnndsom g most uptodate Hue diii If have calla present to buyfor1M we tllfnkweCnE tls thejnostlsstfdjous taste in btautlfnl VIctor BogaertMANfFAorURfNGll WfL R AND IMPORTER 51IEIMN STLEXIN TON K- Quha1oi itb1G4 FI1MUn Bottom Pilcei e III 11I