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C THE RICHMOND CLIMAXS VOLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 8 1902 NUMBER O t o Then there is your 0id an O spent the Stoves on 0 K Jewell Stoves j Wonderful North RefrigeratorThe Best Made solve ice question and save money for Water Coolers Springisand make the sparkling water more invit ing Freezer Worn out Get willIAnd last but not least dont forgetthatwe sell best earth and Rangest The Star byicewill the will you 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 L CO Street tsfr RICHMOND KY ai I A penny saved isa penny made For one week only we willsell 17 in foot tubs 29o- IS in foot tubs 48c I 20 in foot tubs 57c 21 in foot tubs 72c 10 qt slop pails 29c 12 qt slop pails 33c Japanned coal hods 23 and 27c Boys steel express wagons all sizes GOc and 1 TO he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer 5ou genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits ining Room and tchen Furniture c We guaranteed save you money W ecordially invite our country to make our store their headquarters We Mast IOur success depends upon it and the rea Iplease prices at which everything useful is offer astonish and delight you Mattings and ts in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JO S JOPLIN MToreKY Undertaking a Specialty W Evans Jr Embalmer L Ri BlantonI DEALER IN I Coal Feed Silt Sand Lime II I Cement Plaster Hair Etc r roer Maifli and B Streets 9irP1OtIC as CONFEDERATE HOME Gen Poyntz Favors Villa Inn and Expresses Hope it Maybe Dedicated in- October Gen JM Poyntz comman der of the Kentucky division of the United Confederate Veterans announces that the negotiation for the establishment of the home for disabled and indigent Confederates at Pewee Valley have been completed and it is hoped that the dedication will take place sometime in October The following letter from Gen Poyntz is the official an nouncement of the successof negotiationsHeadquarters t Kentucky Division United Confederate FeteransThe Commanding General takes great pride as wellas great pleasure in an nouncing the location and immediate establishment of the home for disabled and in digent Confederates at Pewee Valley in Oldham county and the acquisition for this noble purpose of what is known as the Villa Ridge InnThe home thus secured will be the handsomest struc ture of its kind in the South and the State of Kentucky appropriaItion would not have been thought possible when at the the State Reunion a year ago this matter was called to the atten tion of the Confederates of Kentucky that in ten months such splendid results could have been obtained The great energy and zeal of comrades and the liberality of the Legislature have pro duced this superb condition and the veterans are congrat vlated upon what has been so quickly and thoroughly doneThe attention of all amp rand individuals is directed to the immediate payment of subscriptions already obtain ed and secure new ones to carryon this grand work The great building capable of caring for at least 100 veterans is now furnished and it is known that at least fifty comrades will at once seek the protection of this blessed benefactionIn days notice of the date and place of the State Reunion will be announced This has been delayed in or der to hold if possible this reunion in connection with the opening of the Confeder ate Home Promptness in collecting and remitting subscriptions will allow the dedication in October and all camps and indiyiduals are to speedily help to bring about this glori ous result By order of MAJ GEN J M POYNTZ Commanding Kentucky Div BENNETT H YOUNG Adjutant General Americas Famous Beauties Eruptionsblotches have them nor will any one who uses Bunkleiia Arnica Salve It glorifies tho face Eczeroaor Salt Rheum van ish before it It cures sore Jibs ped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at Perry Thomas drugstore 1m HERES A BABY Its Mother is Well The baby is healthy because durin the period of gstation its mother used the popular and purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening ring liniment a muscle maker invig orator and freshener It new power into theback and hips of acoming mother It is applied externally only there is no dosing swallowing of nasty drugs no inward treatment at all Thestate of the mother dunng gestation may influence the dispositionand of the child that one reason moth ers ehould vatch their condition and avoid pail1tHer health that of the child and on keeping free front pain worry and melancholy Be ol good Cheer strong of heart and peaceful 1l1 Mothers FrieRd can make you so Bearing down morn in sickness sore breast and insomnia are all relieved by this wonderful remedy Of druggists at 100 bottl Send book unotllerlleM free IMC MMWKLB KSUUT9 C9 ATLANTA IRISHMAN SeventyFour Years Old Mas tered the German Tongue At the age of 74 James Al exander McBrayer Anderson Bounty has just completed the translation from German into English of a novel Brigitta for which he has received copyright and will have the work published for private distribution among friendsMr achievement is all the more remarka ble from the fact that he has seldom heard the German tongue spoken and until he was 71 years of age had never opened a German book In 1890 he began the study of the German language and in a year couldspeak it fluently and in two years had mastered it well enough to begin his work translating a novel which he finished within twelve months Mr McBrayer is of Irish descent and comes of the famous Kentucky McBrayer family and is one of the lead ing citizens of Anderson coun ty His life is another example of what pluck and perseverance will accomplish un der trying conditions Born March 28 1828 Mr Brayers father died when James A was a small boy leaving a large family and a small es tate Young MeBrayer put his shoulder to the wheel and did any work that he could find among other things breaking rock on the turn pike working in a hatters and turning a lathe for a cabinet maker All the time he was work ing he studied at night and at 15 was proficient in Latin and the English branches and obtained a position as a deputy in the Circuit Clerks office where he took up the study of law and in a few years was admitted to the barAfter six years as deputy clerk he defeated the clerk for election and filled the office for twelve years being twice reelected In 1866 he engaged in the bank business and for thirtysix years was one of the leading financiers of this section He was twice married and reared a large family Today at seventy four years of age he i hale and hearty and is looking forward to many years of pleasure with his children and fr ds Cures Rhematism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and expenseBotanicdestroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shitting pains dilHcul ty is moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawk lug spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh not anie Blood Balm has cured Hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medi cines had nil failed Most of theso 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 ot rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patching up Sold at drug stores per largo bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga A personal trial of Blaod Balm is better than a thousand printed testimonials so write at once 1m IT was given out at Louisville Saturday that our for mer townsman Appellate Judge A R Burnam is a re ceptive candidate for the Re publican nomination for Governor and that his friends in all parts of the State are ac tively at work in his interest Judge Burnams term as judge of the Court of Appeals does not expire until 1904 but he is said to have expressed a desire to make the race for Governor and his supporters all of whom are very enthu siastic say he can make a winnirigfight Attorney Gen eral Pratt and Senator Deboe will also be candidates for the nomination Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes drngcist O T Smith of Davis KyIs Dr Kings New flit coverv for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it aiwa s cures lu my six years of sales it has never failed I havo known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help lrom doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely nit It best phy sicians prescribe it and Perry Thomas guarantee satisfaciioa or refund pries Trial botttlea free Heg sizes SOc and L l n o SCOTTS EMULSIONScotts means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women andchildren To the men Scotts Emul sion gives the flesh and strengthso necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul strengthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help Send forfrco sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Street NawYork SOc and 100 all druggists Turkeys Will Be Hill Turkeys for thanksgiving dinner are going to be a luxury both on account of scarcity and price This conch sion has been reached by buy ers who have made a canvass of the country districts says the Chicago Tribune It is estimated the turkey crop will be onehalf smaller than last year and that prices on the Chicago market around Thanksgiving time when the fowl is most in demandwill be about two cents a pound higher than a year ago At the present time three and onehalf cents a pound is be ing bid for car lots and there are rumored sales as high as fourteen cents This is an unheard of high price at this time of year The turkeys which mostly come to the Chicago market are grown mostly in Tennessee Kentucky Indiana Southern and Western Ohio Central Illinois Missouri and Kansas Northern Indiana also contributes and the Indian Ter ritory Oklahoma and Texas are coming to the front as turkey producers following the increase of agricultural pursuits In the Soutnern States the crop has been ruined by drouth and shortage of grain crops last sum mer and fall These condi tions compel farmers to sell In the more Northern States where the supply of food was better heavy spring rains killed off the summer turkeys as fast as they were hatched A Blind Hunter Across the Kentucky river from Mercer county just back of the Jessamine county cliffs against whose tall peaks the clouds get wrecked and go to pieces is the modest home of Tom Johnson a most remarkable man says the Harrodsburg Democrat Mr Johnson has been stone blind since early youth but not withstanding the loss of his eyes he is one of the most enthusiastic fox hunters in the State Often alone he follows his hourds among the Kentucky river cliffs in a gallop and with apparent recklessness that one with keen vision would not dare imitate and though he has done this for many years helm never met with an acci dent He knows every nook and crook in the cliffs and when he comes to a very dan gerous point he dismounts talces hold of the heres tail and the animal guides him in safety over places where a misstep of the faithful beast wbuld hurl both man and horse to certain destruction Out of Deaths Jaws When death seemed Very near from a Revere stomach and Liver trouble I hud suffered with for years wiites P Muse Durham N 0 Dr Kn 8 Nev Lifo Pills saved my life aria gave perfect health Best pill OB earth and only 25c at Perry Thorn as1 drug store IHI YMCANptes Itlailroad Y M C As received 205 hi last year from railroad corporations fojcnrrent expenses Arrangements are being perfected foIa religious work institute in the ne irjuture Several of the State work eli are expected to be present and as sii t in the work pie County Committee at its regular J eting last Tuesday night decided to Ii id the second Annual County Cou V tion December 5 0 and 7 A corn m tee was appointed to arrange time pi jgraui Augustine Birrell on the Cor onation Mr Augustine Birrell the author of Obiter Dicta and other delightful books of literary and social essays has contributed to the October Magazine Number of The Outlook an article on the cor ornation In the course of the article he tells apropos of the fact that Englands line of monarchs has had only one break the following inci dent which shows how Mr Gladstone regarded Oliver Cromwell Mr Birrell says 1 once had the good fortune to accompany Mr Gladstone over a country house the Checquers in Buckingham shire which then contained many Cromwellian relics in which however the most fa mous member of Parliament of his century could not bring himself to take any interest Oliver so Mr Gladstone said byway of excuse was no lover of liberty I led him to a chest and showed him a drawer holding the white christening robes of the in fant Protector and ventured to say At least Mr Glad stone you cannot deny that Oliver was a Christian I am content to hear you assert the fact was the reply de livered in those grim tones no one who ever heard can frget Tetter SaltIlhcum and Eczema incidentandSkinhave 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 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorselents per package Late Literary News In almost every married life there comes a time vhen a readjustment of earlier ideals is necessary It may come suddenly with the first quarrel or it may gradually dawn on the husband or the wife and on the resulting adjustment the entire future happiness of the family often depends Lavinia Hart dis cusses in a brief essay in The Cosmopolitan for Octocber the shattering of immature ideals evolved from the haze of romantic dreams and the building of new ideals on the firmer foundation of common sense Bedford Democrat A girl from Bloomington was a visitor in Bedford recently and as the story goes she was in vited to a ping pont party given in her honor by her up todate hostess After the party she wrote to her mat ter of fact but a little behind the times parents telling them of her delightful visit concluding her letter with and dear pa I am in love with Ping Pong The old man jumpedto his feet as he read the last sentence and yelled to his wife Ma if Sallie marries that durned Chinaman Ill down 1mev1 The fellow who tins the gift of gab sometimes gives himself away R II fJlEDtORDsBLACKDRAU6IiT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE J at A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness anc a tonjuo are common indications of liver and kidney diseases Stomachand bowel troubles severe as they lire give immediate warning by pain but liver and kidney troubles though less painful nt the start are much to cure Thedf ord S BlickDraueht never fails to btne fit diseased liver and weakened kid neys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the o fever and aguc It is a certainpreventive of cholera and Brights diseaso of- the kidneys reinforced Thedfords Black thousands of ns hive yetlowperfect health and have no otter than Thedfords Black Draught 1 is always on hand for use in an and saves many expensive calls of a doctor MuHiM S CMafd tO tL I have HMd TNtdfenfr UckDrwgM for three years mdlhave ROt hadtygo taktrlllltItkMkyVotAkicomplain iv I6 LL- WISNnjIJLnLur4 S II I DONT BUY A Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor anyVd TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE tee eaae 4OOTcS2o Wagon Load After Wagon Load of iiiiSEAt I W 1 Have Been Contiually 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 010 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 fall and have decided to make this their last fall in the old stand on the corner the Banner Fall of their business career 10 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 faIl and they are creaking and groaning under the immense weight piled on them o rr Our New Dress Goods cI JJAre 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 u Our Mens and Boys mCLOTUINfi Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that it will be a deoth blow to all competitors Just tiling of buying a good Cassiraere Suit for Boys for 98c and a good Cassimere Suit for Men for 348 Our stylish 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 our Clothing it will pay you 0fjJIf UJlfIlrBIfWrBl1If I Fills nearly one entire room in the great store Cant j name prices space wont permit If you fail to get our pricEs on Underwear you are bound somebody too much money for what you buy We are in lowest Fleishers Shetland Fleece 90c per Ih 10 4 Blankets blue and red border 49c pr Good Jeans 21 and I5c best 25c Large nice Towels 5c each Clover Leaf bleached lOc each Check Cotton for dresees and shirts IOu New line American Lady Corsets Mens Suspenders lOc Boys Suspenders oc Yarn 4c Pear Buttons 5c lozen Good Calico 3 and 4c pd Already our Customers are beginning to say that we will never sell all the CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS Monte Carlos Fur Jackets Furs of all kinds Ladies readymade Skirts and Tailormade Suits that fill the tables racks and even piled on the floor in our Cloak and Ladies Tailormade Suit Department The like was never before seen in Richmond It is a sight worth coming miles to see whether you buy or not The new style garments will tempt you our low cash price will sell you showing the newest things Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery pairOurour prices the boBest10GoodydNewqualiLyGood Towels Lexington We are Sole Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby head ware dont fail tosee theHawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOE DEPARTMENTYou can buy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoes from us atpricesforgood- stuff that you pay for trash elsewhere Dont buy a boot or shoe for child woman man or boy beforeyou see our brrgains in shoes We give you the best qualities and save you money Carpets Rugs Matting Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Llnens Umbrellas Mons and Boys Shirts Neckwear lor Men and Ladies Ladies Underskirts Grain Bags Hats and Caps and anything else you wint can be had here in large quantities at lowest prices We are 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 quarters bring letters and customers for new goods in every department Get in the push dont miss a single opportunity we offer this fall Cash down when goods are delivered is our moito and a money saving to every ciatomer We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us this fall and thanking your for past favors We are Very Respectfully vvDOLDHAMcoBUSY 1 J 1 he Richmond Climax s C CHENAULTmPresldent A D MILLER Manager RODT S CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 8 1002 rUBUailEUZVKRV WEDNE3UAY BY Tho Climax Printing Co Incorporated i ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE wekwPfcalfoorfied to announce J M Den lonotClarfc tntr u a candidate for Cir calt Judge In 2tti JudI ial district subject- to the action of file Democratic party FOR COMMON YEAITH8 ATTORNEY We am authorized to announce B A CRCTCHEB of Jessamine County a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for 25th Judicial DistrlctBubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Conrt Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party c are authorized to announce DAN H I1REC1C as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi aon Circuit Court su eject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself an a candidate fOr the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Hoping that my many friend in the will favorably consider any claims that fast hue to the nomination and if Dominated I promise to use all honorable means to Fecure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge niy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully II Notice Of Pifourr Election At a nailed meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee a quorum being present it is ordered 1st That a primary election bo held in Madison county Kentucky on the 22nd day of November 1902 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Oircnit Clerk of Madison county to be Toted for at the general election in 1rX1 A poll will le cpened at six oclock a in and closed at four oclock p m on the said 22 of November in each of the legally established voting precincts in Madison county at the usual voting places in said precincts 2nd That on or before twelve oclock noon on the 7th day of Novem ber 1902 each person expecting to be come a candidate iu said primary shall deposit with W R Shackelford Treasurer the sum of 150 to be used for the purpose of defraying expenses of said primary election and any per son failing to make said deposit on or before twelve oclock noon November 7th 1002 shall ho ineligible to be voted brat said primary election If the amount deposiled should he deemed insufficient to meet the necessary ex pense the committee shall compel the candidates qualifying to contribute pro rata the necessary amount 3rd Each candidate qualifying for v BaMelection shall not later than No vember 7th 1002 submit to the Dem ocratic Committee a list of election ollkers fur each voting place in the coil aty 4th That raid primary election shaH be hold under the law governing such elections 5th That all legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the Democrat ic party and who expect to and pledge themselves to support the nominee of said puly and all persons who will IIB legal voters at the November election 1003 who pledge themselves to sup port the nominee of this primary shall be eligible to vote in said primary Out Notice of this action tliall be published in tho Kentucky Register nUll in the Richmond CLIMAX and shall be posted at twentyfour conspicious places in tho county one in each vot lug precinct and on the Court House door la Richmond Kentucky forty days before the said 22nd of November 10027th The County Court Clerk is di rected to prepare ballots for this pri mary as required by law not later than the 10th day of November 1902 JOHN n CIIBNAULT oct l4t Chairman Dem Com DANVILLE has won the fight for the railroad and will get tho extension of the Southern provided her citizens can pay for the rightofway The rightof way will come pretty high in Mercer county L L Brower LO1 LEXINGTON KY The Third Week of our Great US Per fal RducUon a1c Find us prepared to serve you better than ever You are invited to examine our offerings elfIBrwerCol tAm AND BROADWAY I LEXJNgTO Iy- i4L4i RON E fie GILBERT Speaks to a Large Crowd at the Court- House THE DUTY OF DEMOCRATS A large and enllinsirslii crowl repro Bciilatin the best of MadisooyJounty Democracy gathered at the court house Monday afternoon to hear tho address of Hon G G Gilbert and Hon W Heed Embry of Danville Both speakers were at their best and held the at tention ol the large audience for two hours without a break The speakers were introduced by lion W B Smith who spoke for a few minutes on the duty of Democrats in upholding their standard hearers at all timesMr Embry spoke first He is a brilliant young orator nnd having lund occasion to ad Iress the people of the city several times before is quite a favorite of the crowd He spoke in a feeling way of his love for Madison the home of his fathers and paid a touching tribute to tho former distinguished citizens of the county who were prominent in making the history of the State lIe handled the trust the tariff and the negro questions in a way that showed that he wasa deep thinker mind an accurate student Mr Gilbert took the platform after Mr Embry He spoke for an hour and a half although it seemed but afew minutes and all were so intensely in teres tad that they were loath to leave when he had finished He began by saying tlat he knew but few of the voters of Madison county but offered the explanation that in a former race fur the nomination he spoke in nearly every precinct of the other counties in the district except Madison which he left conceding it to the Hon James B McCreary w1was his opponent In giving an account of his stewardship he stated that he had secured an ad ditional 20000 appropriation to complete the Federal court house that he had secured the new Federal court for our city and had introduced a bill to refund to Madison county the sum of 10000 the amount of Federal taxes on L N railroad bonds illegally collected after the war This bill has been favorably reported and will doubtless pass the next House Mr Gilbert then went into politics and probably noabler address or one more to the point was ever delivered in our old court house la speaking of the tariff question he said that the Democrats contended for thirty years that a high protective tariff would tend to the centralization of capital mid would result in enrich theIand breed trust of all kinds He then showed how that during the six years since the now tariff laws were enacted that every line of business is controlled beIin the Sherman law which stales that such combinations of capital must be attacked by none but the Attorney General and how President McKinley wisely chose for his Attorney General Gregg of New Jersey a trust lawyer taken from the home of nil the trusts and how after some years of investigation decided that no trust of any kind existed in this country And then he mentioned the fact that this man three days after his resignation ar gued the great railroad meiger case be foro the Supreme Court Be recalled to mind the fact that Attorney General Knox was chosen from Piitsbnnr the birthplace of tho trust and alter two years work has arrived at the same con clusion as his predecessor He explained how under the working of the present system we pay from twenty to one hundred per cent more than do the people of South America or Europe for all articles manufactured in this country On the other hand the same system lorcea tho farmer to sell his stock or crop for whatever price the magnates put on itthat the price is no longer governed by the laws of supply and demand but by the will of those who hold the country in their grasp He spoke of the South as the great wealthproducing section of the country no longer able to accumulate wealth but compelled to pay enormous tribute to Barons of the North Concerning the withdrawal of Speaker Henderson from the congressional race he said that General Henderson had seen the beginning of the end since the farmers of time West had awakened to the fact that they had been duped The only salvation of the country he said was to return to the principles of Jefferson and Jackson to to seek the old paths and walk therein In conclusion Mr Gilbert urged the Democrats to make a point of turning out on election day and not to think because it was an off year that every vote would not be needed It is in off years that calamities come and every precaution ehould be taken to guard against them IT will be good news to time Democrats of Madison county that the reports re cently circulated to the effect that Judge James D Black of Barbourville had decided not 10 announce hitmeK asa candidate for the nomination for Governor are untrue When inter viewed Saturday he emphatically denied the reports He said that he was not prepared to make a formal an nouncement yet but it is regarded as absolutely certain that he will in a short time and will put up a strong fight for the nomination THE Ping Pong Chiuaman joke is aging rapidly and in staleness is al most equal to the old one about loch ahontaii and time Bible which was old enough to vote when Bryan ran for President the first time Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured with Local Applications as they can not reah the seat of 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 Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun try for vears a prescrip tion It is composed of the best blood acting directly on the mu cons surfaces Tho perfect combination 01 the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Plus arelhe best 1m ftmt Hiss it litre October J3 One of the most thoroughly enjoya ble entertainments given nt Waltons Opera House iu a long time was that presented by Mrs Reids class Friday evening It was a Delsarte entertainment audi it was as novel as it was pleaeingi Interior Journal DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases ladder Also ache Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Dr Fencer 110 baa spent a Ufo time curing Just suet cases as yours All consultations Poryears I had backache severe pains cross kidneys and scalding urine I could notgetoutof bed Without help The use of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure restored me 0 WAGONER K nobs vllle Pa DrugglstsBOctl Ask lor Cook Boole Free ST VITU S DAN CE Sure Cure Circular Dr Fenner FrcdonIaNY PERSONAL Judge A R Bnrnam was in the city Cbenault visited friends in Lexington Monday Mr Norman Miles of Nrankfort was in the city Friday Col 11 T Long of Danville is visit ing relatives in the county Mr and Mrs Neale Bennett visited relatives Jn Irvine last week Mrs J V Logan of Danville is the guest of Mrs B Howard Neale Dr G C Farris of Lancaster was the guest of friends here Friday Hon John B Chenault of Frankfort has been in the city several days Miss Louise Kauffman of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Van Greenleaf Dr Land man the oculist will be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday 8th inst Mr and Mrs J Waao Walker of Paint Lick visited friends here last weekMr William Denny of Garrard county visited lila brother A R Denny Sunday Miss Alice Walker and Mary Hudson of Lancaster are the guests of Mrs E E McCann Messrs J N Denny aud Joe Mc Cormack of Garrard county were hero Court Day Mr Wilson Glenn of Centre Col lege arrived yesterday to visit friends in this city- Messrs Sim Hamilton and Harry Scrivner of Estill county were in the city Monday Mr and Mrs A D Miller will leave tomorrow fur a visit to relatives in IndianapolisMrs Higgins and Mrs Mollie washingtonjland Mrs John Shear6of Paris but formerly of this county is visiting her sister at Peytontown Miss Elizabeth Taylor returned Sat arday from a visit to Mrs Graham Vreeland in Louisville Miss Sue McRoberts arrived Seater day to be present at the HumfiHer rington wedding today Mr and Mrs John W Arnold returned Friday night and are at home to their friends on High street Miss Margretta Smith left yesterday for Washington D C to visit her brother Mr J Speed Smith Jr Miss Matilda Tribble and Miss Helen Bennett left Monday for a visit to Mrs Evan S McCord at Fair Haven Wash ingtonThe friends of Mr and Mrs W D Oldham will regret to learn of the se vere illness of their little son Abner Ferrell Mrs John Cunningham and Mrs S E Francis of Bourbon county have been the guests of friends here for sev eral aays Mr W K Denny of West Virginia who has been visiting relatives in Garrard county spent several days in town last week Mrs C K Oldham of Mt Sterling was called here last week on account of the illness of her little nephew Ab ner Ferrell Oldham Mr William Wagers of Wisemon town Estill county was the guest of his son Supt J William Wagers Monday While in the city he paid the CLIMAX a pleasant call and renewed his subscription lor another year This evening at 830 the marriage of Miss Sue Hume and Mr L B Herring ton will be soleminzed at the residence of the brides mother The wedding will be attended only by the relatives and most intimate friends of the con tracting parties Miss Hume is the youngest member of one of our most prominent and substantial families She is possessed of many personal charms Her native kindness of heart and her cordial manner are family char acteristics which have made her people among the most popular of our com munity Mr Herrington came here from Atlanta as student in Central Uni versity several years ago His sterl ing qualities have made friends lor him here and during lila stav be has identified himself with Richmond people that he hardly seems a stranger in our midst He Is a resident of Macon Ga The CLIMAX extends heartiest good wishes and congratulations to Macon on adding sotnuch to her social world The following announcement In the Louisville Timesof Monday will be of interest to many of our readeis An engagement of much interest in Presbyterian church circles of Louis vile is that of Rev J O Reavis and Miss Eva Witherspoon It has been discussed for some time with time plea anlest of anticipations Rev Mr Reavis is one of the most distinguished of the young ministers of tho church and has already attained success beyond his years He formerly served time Highland Presbyterian church and during a years absence in Europe of Dr J S Lyons the pastor he filled the First Presbyterian pulpit lIe could have had a call to the Second Presbyterian church but for climatic reasons he preferred to go elsewhere iwd now has a fine charge in Texas Miss Withnrspoou is a member of a family distinguished in the Presbyte nan church Her father tholato Rev T D Witherspoon was one of its most eminent ministers and was much beloved At the time of his death he was a member of tIme faculty of the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary and for ten years previous was pastor of tho First Presbyterian church in this city Miss Witberepoon inherits her fathers Intellectual qualities and the charm of his personality BIRTHS SHEFFET Mr and Mrs Sheffer ire rejoicing in time arrival of a tenpound boy ELDEB To the wife of IrEo V Elder Saturday boy weighfc eye pouad RELIGIOUS A prais service will be held at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday night under tho auspices of the Ladies Missionary Society Rev Lacy Mof hut who is under appointment for the China missionary field will conduct the services and there will be special music features for time occasion At tho meeting of tIme Regular Bop tistlChurch of Richmond beginning on Saturday October 25 the pastor Elder P F Adams will be aided by Rev E H Burnam of Virginia and Rev M P Matheny of North Carolina and time meeting is expected to continue for number of days thereafter MATRIMONIALHunsoNHoLuxsW and Miss Maggie Hollins both of Drey fus were married in this city Monday COLLIXSLOXG GVincent Collins and Miss Amanda Long will be married at the brides home near Newby tomor rowMCCULLEYNoEL John McCulley and Miss Minnie Noel both of Buckeye Garrard county were married in this city WTedtmesda- yARN0LDJoxesThme Mt Sterling Ga zette The marriage of Mr John Willis Arnold of Richmond and Miss Margaret Hoy Jones of this city occurred at time residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Henry Jones on West Main street Wednesday after noon at 3 oclock The wedding was a quiet home affair the ceremony being performed in time presence of a few relatives arid friends by Rev II D Clark The residence was tastily deco rated in Goldenrod and the wedding march was played by Miss Lottie Fogg The attendants were Mr Burton Farris of Richmond and Mr James H Jones brother of the bride The bride is a lovable young woman attractive popular and well educated She is in every way qualified to make an excel lent partner for the man of her choice Her pleasing disposition kindly manner and charming personality hiss made her many lifelong friends who will miss her In church work where she was a leader and in every day life where her sunny smile has given much encouragement to those in distress The groom is a wellknown business man of Richmond and is a popular moral industrious gentleman who possesses many friends Mr and Mrs nich11mondcongratulations were given on every hand and the happy youugcouple were time recipieuts of many handsome pres emitsSIM3I0NsFnosv Time marriage of Miss Sarah Jeannette Frost aud Mr George Simmons of Richmond was celedrated last evening at 730 oclock at time home oh the brides sister Mrs Lena Milward on South Spring street Rev I J Spencer of the Cential Christian church officiated It was a pretty event and was witnessed only by relatives and most intimate friends The house was brilliant with many lights and was attractively decorated with evergreens and flowers The two parlors were adorned entirely with plants the windows worn draped with garlands of smilax nnd the doorways were fringed with the green In front of the mantle in the front parlor was an altar of plants in front of which the couple stood for the ceremony The reception hall was entirely in yellow The mantle and corners were banked with golden glow coreopsis and the lights wero shaded in yellow Prof W D Winters played selections as the assembled and to the music of Lohen grins bridal chorus the wedding party entered Little Miss Helen Frost and Master Harry Milward the brides niece and nephew came first through the hall into the parlor carrying white satin streamers to form an isle for the bride andjjroom They were dressed in pure white and stood on each side of the bridal couple During the cere mony Always was softly played and Mendelsshons march followed The bride is the daughter of Mrs S J Frost and is a yonngvroman of many beautiful traits Her wedding gown was of white Paris muslin a single rose adorned her hair and she carried a large bunch of white roses After the congratulations had been received the bride changed her wedding gown for a traveling suit and they left on the C O train for Washington City New York and other points East They will return to Kentucky to reside and will make Richmond their home where the groom is a hardware merchant He is a son of Mr and Mrs J P Simmons a prominent old family ot Richmond They were remembered with many handsome wedding presents which were displayed in the dining room The profit of a gold mine depends not on the amount of rock crushed un der the stamps but upon the amount of gold which can be extracted from tho rock In a similar way the value of the food which is eaten does not depend on the quantity which is taken into the stomach but updn the amount nourishment extracted from it by digestionWhento extract the nourishment in sufficient quantities to Supply the needs of the several organs of the body and these organs cannot work without nourish ment The result is heart trouble liver trouble and many another ailment Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery acting on every organ of tho digestive and nutritive system restores it to health and vigor It cures die seases remote from the stomach through the stomach in which they originated Golden Medical Discovery contains neither alcohol nor narcotics It doesnt pay to give way to your anger if the other fellow is bigger TO OTCJS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 centsIThe prodigal son sometimes brings the fatted calf home with him Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of New Al bany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacoyvillo Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on the route I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again lastjsuminer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton Ha gan 1m A woman never sees her own faults by looking into a mirror GEESE WANTED tOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will aJsoOOy your pigeons J H NEFF sp24tf RkI4 Ky o r Dr Hobson dejltist next door to Government building If Richmond Ky SoL Midkifl can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always right GIvo him a call tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per poundTENCmr STORE Next door to Government Bldg apr30lyrtcs Cough and Works off tho Cora Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cnre a cold in ono day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Wool Cubr The Elliston Mill Company will card wool intorolls or batting any time during thiS summer at 10 cents per pound aug20St The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effEct For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m Reliable goods fir dealing and bottom prices Cut Glass for Autumn Wedding gifts Possibly there is nothing that affords greater satisfaction to the prospective bride than really fine cut glass Our stock is large and affords the widest choice at most reasonable prices Visitors to the Trots will find this the right place to pUr- chase souvenirs of Lexington Remember every piece of silver bought of us is nicely engraved free of charge Victor Bogaert Mgf Jeweler and Importer 07 E Main streetI- A3xington Ky 11Q1 aIc Floyd KIM Admr Jas M LiarS Pitts against Jas flirts Hrs and Crds DUe NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BYvirtueofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the April term thereof 102 in the above style cause the undersigned trill o- nttv Dclotisr 2Slk premisesInPublic Sale to the highest and best bidder tho following described property vii A Certain Tract of Land On the waters of Silver Crek in Madison county Ky known aa the Jarman tract and bounded by Wm Adams homestead Pleas Evans Sliver Creek June Armstrong the Kin caid tract etc containing acres more or less Sad Also another tract ol land in Madison county on the waters of Silver Creek called the Kincaid tract and bounded by Wm Adams the alker heirs tract Big Branch the H acres sold by Vm Adams to John Eincald June Armstrong the Jarman Tract etc containing 33 acres more or less These two tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole und the bid producing the most money will be accepted TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 612 months The purchaser will be required to give good bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have bearinglegalserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid SCOTTIC C You See our handsome line of samples and piece Roods before yon buy your fall suit or overcoat Prices right STOCEKER MAULER Tailors Notice To Creditors Parties having claim against the estate of W M Brnmback are requested to present tame verified as required by law to the un dersigned on or before December 1002 AU parties Indebted to the deceased arc requested to pay promptly to theundersignedS tacH Admr W M Brnmback 20TH CENTURY IDEAS There Is no doubt that DeBaugh Is a Past Grand lasterln the art of pleasing people His ideas are essentially original and lie has elim- Inated from his programmes all of the old stereotype features which for years have becu popular with concert bands Every presented by DeBiugh is of distinct noveltyand replete lib new and orig inal been received with acclaim by his audience wherever be has appeared The great success so far achieved by this upon its tour can chiefly be attributed to the fact that they have succeeded in giving the people distinctly new and novel concert and one which is Infinitely superior to anything heretofore presented by a similar One Night Only Tnur Q Y October J6 AT New Opera House QUARTERLY REPORT OJ TJl1I State Bank Trust Co of Richmond rtadison county Ky At tim close of Business on the 50th any of September IPOi RESOURCES Loans and DiscountsaieslmOverdrafts secured and unsecured U4iD 67 Due from National and State Banks 49tT2 BJ Banking House and Lot 21000 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 18 000 00 Ca h in Vaults 1911212 29FurnitureCurrent Expenses and Taxes Paid 1603 Total t 535OM 06 LIABILITIES Capital StockS1IOJXO 00 00UndIvidedIndividual Deposits Ii- nUninvestedNotes 37801 65 Total 333062 flanktTrutabove statement of the condition of the the30thItcst of my knowledge Information and be compliancewith 30thdayreport shall be made CashierSubscribedE Turley Casbler this October 4th IWe C H CIIEACLT Notary Public Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coal o+ + + i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t 4 grate without any attention 10 r4aa4a464 + LoL FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to descriptionbutsuch that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only My work is well known to those who have dealt with me and to newcomers I am prepared to furdish references of the most popular ladies of Richmond I make a specialty ofJRemodeling Repairing and Dying old furs into tho very latest fashions and the work is done in such an artistic way that garments look like LexingtonVisitfact LOWENTHALIPractical Manufacturing Furrier KvNextWhat Need Is a Good Stove organization Redlscountod before AVbiLs the use running a risk by haying common Stows when we can supply you tbe best the market affords Our AirTignt athatcrg will nrprlso yon when it cotnes small fuel bills and good ervice Wo isavoin stock a car load of o1 Uickory WligODSp OurliuedH Q war J In ev riIleparfmcnns complete and yon can save monei ns Give na your guaranteed TRYLOR JROS The substantial increase of business inour Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No matter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind of a rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of yelvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business WadZkingSkfrts ni Made 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 4 rov s 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 99c 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 60 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc SOcj d Persian VELVETS iu all beautiful combinations DOe Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 08c Fanc Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8i 10 find loc a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Rags 25 and 49c Chmildrens Parses with chain5c Call in and see our goods and be convinced that we have the prettiest line in town OWEN McKEE diremt Fall Opening AT LOUIS GUSSTRAUS Ve have received our new fall line of nudOVEHCOAfS The principal recommendations of these LatestFasiilonWe have the largest and best line of bosIaud childrens clothing in Lexington 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 lOlU8 GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY GREET OPENING OF OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENTRichard Largest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky Most Beautiful everdisplayedfound at my store The Best marketsinj1eUnitedI the result that today no 1 Dry Goods House tL in Central Ky can out class our vast f emporium My prices as welt as my i line of goods will please VJ i The Millinery Department is in every particular first elas and you can see the beautiful fall styles by calling at my store Give a call before going elsewhere l SMITHSr e Richmond Climax NSDAYI OCT 8 1D02 Your city taxes are now please call and settle L P Evans rf City Collector adorns for rent apply Mrs Salli PiouJ- Canawha rd Salt at L R ltons1octJ3m u ltd kill makes a specialty of rubber tires Give him am unlertfHe 1TTuilIbert will speak Saturday October 11 at 1 rta on k rubber tire baby buggy almost odtsneR for sate cheap Cull It ollketfW kTMiKlnney bonght of Rov acres of land on the Barnes pike lot S4 200 DrGolibtien will be lit the Hotel lion Wednesday and Thursday- nd 9 lor two days only Call on us tor your timothy seed tecelveti A car loadhave jdst K DKATHEKXGE Co The illustrated songs are worth the ey that Harris Parkinson big stock any are charging 1020 and 80 icheap The ladiesoftt0 Pnttie A Clay miry will give a dinner in the net House tore room county court in October eepiO4t Bring in your oM suit and trousers have them cleaned and pressed by ew process biorrrEK MAuLER Tailors he October tern of the Fiscal t convened in the county court jestardey morning Judge N B presidium Salesmen wanted to look after our rests in Madison and adjacent titS Salary or commission Ad f The Victor Oil Company- 2t Cleveland Ohio Mrs iiW Evans Jr has just re- edJ from the city where lh has se the very latest patterns for ping embroidery and is prepared rnish anything needed in that line 24Septf Harris Parkinson play at the Opera House all this week Two nees Wednesday and Saturday nesday matinee East Lynn rday matinee Peiks Bad Boy Elsewhere in lodays CLIMAX wi I found the new ad of Bernhard entha the Lexington fur dealer landifR real fins of every descrip aud invites you to call and see i The Daughters of the Confederacy requested to meet at the residence nJ M 1oyntz on Friday after at 3 oclock All the members of chapter are urged to attend this tingas there are several matters of rtanc that must be attended to ThejoJiv gentlemen of itichraond e decKlfd to give the Dudint at lb Reids entertainmentd- ay veiling October 13 to pet i with the young ladies who will the Dude Drill It will be very tins anino one can afford to mies Mr Euward Franken representing Potter Shoe Co will be at the- o on Hotel Oct 10th and 11th with line of samples of Mens worn and cilrens foot wear and ex i cordul invitation to the people tchmon and vicinity to call and ct tinin luring that time In the day of old- S Knights were bold nd Barons held their way u loved the silver and the gold st as they do today all ages silver and gold have led tlio world Jewelry hold sub fad n ti on for everybody Wee ah fcuJu you will admire at wyou will regard with favor Corny uhf tIe handwork of the best and silver smiths in the land elry is something you should buy ne in whom you not only have fidence but who has the necessary wledgp to tell good from bad Years siperience give us that knowl tf L E LANE Lost Cow t SnnJay from stock pens one cowaboatS or 10 years old de nedlirinjr in tigiit ear Liberal ard fc ay information leading to reevprj s D SANDERS t Cottonburg Ky The First Gune he EM foot hall game of the season plajca at LexllI ton Saturday in the Kentucky State College met Miaojj University The gameTe ed in a eeorce of It to 5 in favor of te CVII 6e Nci Foitmajter appointedtfljpflog rengned arthenia J Garrett will fill the Vary caused by the resignation of- maID B Harris at Mote this c9unty A Good Ofticer 8 Marshal W T Short was here tigersIit into a hole while he was around t Short is a splendid officer and is ng Rood work for Uncle SamL1nter Record itinE DEATHERAGE Co At Kbbvffle Saturday theladlesgin at 7 oclockFtor Retained churchNorth tothefor another year ToBeExt- cijIti5reportj that the Lexington fromJackson andtimberof tire report Public Sale of Bank Stock ofthoKy on Saturday October 18 atj 2 FarmersNationalknown on day of sale 2t Mns M E SHEARER Mast Pay License durIngprivilogedents and the law will bo rigidly en forced Those who violate it are liable to a fine of from O to 200 and impri sonment not exceeding 30 days Agents Exchange Places Mr c K Johnstone who has been the efficient nijent of the Louisville Atlantic in this city since Mr Smith left has been transferred to Nicholas Yille Mr Estill Payne for seven years agent at the latter place has taken Mr Johnstones place here The transfer was made Friday night Haniafe License Since our last issue marriage licenses have been issued to the following Hiram Truett of Jackson county and Ellen hose of Brassfiold the groom 21 years old and the bride 37v Aaron Rice and Lena KIrby both of Estill county Ed Clonse and Lavenia Den ny of Kirkfiville the latter 13 years of age Land Sales James Hendren sold his farm lying on Silver creek to T 11 Toomey of Clark county at 1650 per acre Dr Terry S Hagan bought a farm ofabout two hundred acres of Dr Mack Elliott near Marksbury Ganard county Dr Hagan will move his family in a few days to his new home County School Teachers The number of teachers examined for certificates to teach in the public schools of Madison county this year was ninetysix 52 white 44 colored Of the whites 10 received firstclass certificates 15 secondclass 8 third class and 19 failed to pass Of the colored 18 received firstclaes certifi cates 10 secoqdclass 2 thirdclass and 15 failed to pass Madison County Man Killed James P Taylor a former resident of this county was killed by a Cincinnati Southern tram at Nicholasville Mon day morning Mr Taylor who was slightly deaf was walking down the track and did not know of the approach of the train until it was too latojo save himself Hexwas about fiftyfive years of age and had been living in Jessa mine county about five years Good Sale The J W Masters sale which oc cured last Wednesday was attended by u large crowd Mr B B Million the auctioneer reports the sale as fol lows Mules 18 to 50 horses 40 to 100 hogs sold at from S7 to S9 per hundred sheep 175 per head cows 21 to 33 yearling heifers at from 3 to 3Jc Farm ing implements brought good prices and everyone was pleased Told by a Sliver Creek Ran Mr Robert Duerson of Silver Creek who never stretches the blanket of ve racity informs the CLIMAX that he has noticed a number ofstalks of corn in his field which had as many as five large ears of corn each Although we are willing to admit that Mr Duerson is one of the best cOrn raisers in Madi son yet our readers will observe that there is something down about Silver Creek which sometimes causes people to greatly magnify things GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Difcks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv For Sale Filrately I offer for sale privately two of the most desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No1 is known as the WmTerill farm containing 2GO acres and is well improved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfalling stock water good young orchard and and one of the best barns in Madison No 2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 246 acres is also well improved and well watered Call on or address WILSON TATE eeplO2m Moberly Ky L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico coal oct J3mo and Opening OL Fall Suitings rgest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever ned in Central Kentucky from which we make order and guarantee a fit either SuittTrousers or Overcoat vt us a call before you buy out of the city We arantee a iit and satisfaction and prices below eingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SVeba4e added a cleaning and pressing depart nt and i tj erveyou on ls2 Winter Suits 600 to 750 800 able Winter things among them and you save two dollars and more every suit to fit any mans J5 18 and up save to over madeto order prices ll we can serve him in Shirts wed sell all tbe shirts in Madison county Shirts Dress Shirts A superb showing of the new est Soc tu 100 For Rent Brick residence nuwler four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCord In good repair large garden water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKS is RonEHTS Fancy Horses A big shipment of fancy horses went out yesterday for the American Horse Exchange New York There were twentyseven in the lot of which Bales McElwaine had ventyonc and Mr Colyer six Every one of the lot was in firstclass condition and it is considered one ot the best shipments of the year lirisllaa Endeavor Union The 4th district Kentucky C E Union will hold its Annual Convention at Millersburg Ky Oct 24 25 and 20 Christain Eudeavorers and friends are cordially invited to attend one Snipping Coal Big Hill Coal Company began shipping coal iron mine No1 last Monday The demand for this coal is so great at Cincinnati and Covington that parties here who have been expecting it have been unable to buy so far Judge Chenault will go to the today and try to induce the Superintendent Mr Stewart to ship enough to this point to supply some personal friends Killed by a Train Will Hopkins a Winchester negro was killed the train at Siver Creek last Sunday morning The man tried to board the train while it was moving and was knocked down and mashed by the passing car He was picked up and everything possible was done for him but lie died before reaching this city The remains were carried on to his home in Winchester On a Tour of Inspection A special train bearing President UainesP Amsden General C JI Browning and tho officers and of the Louisville Atlantic railroad went up yesterday on an in spection tour The object of the visit was to view the division between Millers Creek and Beattyville The party went to the end of the new track within four miles of Beattyville and were well pleased with the progress be ing made The track will be laid to Beattyville in about ten days and will be ballasted and put in condition at once Captured Them Alt In speaking of the favorite horses at the Louisville Horse Show last week the Times says that popular horse man Mat Cohen of Richmond plays Jack ODlamonds with great success That the Richmond horsemen got all they went after Is shown the number of ribbons they brought back Mr Cohen took with him some of the fanciest that entered a ring and in five shows be captured five prizes a record that none can excel MeEt waine Bales were there with some of the best and were not the last oces in the push Court Day October county court day usually brings a big crowd to town but Mon day was a record br aker The crowd began to gather before seven oclock and noon the principal streets were almost impassable Business in all lines was fair and everybody was feel ing good The cattle market was mpre brisk than September witn very little change In prices The Madison County Stock Yards reported about 1300 cattle on the market with good ones selling at 5 cents Prices generally ranged from a to 41 Norris Bros reported abont 1000 head of cattle at their yardsj with prices from 8 to 41 cents was hard to estimate the number of mules on the street butit is thought there were be tween 390 find 400 Mules sold asy where freta 925 to 00 Handling clothing as do in very large lots gives us great in buying The leading naturally offer us first pick of their best bargains Thus we are able to sell suits ex tra quality for the price Here are a few of them 5 00 Not fine Suits nor very oood ones but neat looking and warm for winter and better than many stores can offer for S7- or 8 An assortment of strongvalue not equaled elsewhere withaverylartreSuits many stylish on 1000 and 1250 Positively the best youve everseen at the patternsmprice 15 by Manager directors new by ever by we of The famous SteinBloch and Cherry Tree willfityou S10 SHIRTSIf Work roomylong stable arrangedI mines centsI advantage manufacturers pocketbook Brandsfine Underwear All our Underwear comes direct from the mills instead of from the jobber or middle man and for this reason we can oiler extra inducementsGood Garments worth 50 and Toe our prico 40 and 50- cExtra fine Garments JI and 150 For Sale Desiring to dispose of my and move West I offer for properlyI Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and sufficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address- S L Tenon Proprietor EepllTtf Irvine Ky lolcdlnt With Srccess J II Hoggs Jr district deputy of the Woodmen of the World is here this week and has organized a lodge of this widely known fraternal ordar at Ford with forty charter members and the lodge in Winchester will start net week with eighty or more charter memo hers Mr Bogga is a resident of Nich olasvillo and is doing a wonderful work ftfr the Order Winchester Democrat tooaty Court Proceeding The wills of David Cnnley and John J McFadden were read and offered for probate The will of James W Smith was also read and filed Mrs Nannie CofTelter was appointed executrix of the estate of the late James J McFadden P R Robinson W F Kidd and L C Davis were appointed as appraise of the estate of A T Fish S L Taylor was appointed deputy Connty Assessor in the Union district On Motion of James 0 Lack ey Neale Anderson was appointed to act as depot ty jailer 1he New ArrcctIMr Jas L Sowers the enterprising editor of the Valley View Argent has put in a complete printing outfit at Valley View and will do all his work at home hereafter The Jessamine News has had the contract for tbe Argents printing for the past year but the patronage of the office has in creased to such an extent that Mr Sowers feels safe it putting in his own plant The Argent has been suspend ed temporarily while tho change Is ing made but the publication will be resumed about October 15 Brother Sowers is a hustler from long taw and and we wish him abundant success in his new venture Amos Skeetcr Strange adventures of Amos Skeei ler is the unique and catchy title of a smart society comedy written by Sydney Grundy the well known author of more successful comedies than any dramatic writer extant The play which was originally produced at VaL lacks Theatre on Broadway New York City will bo seen at the New Opera House on Thursday Oct 23rd thereby enabling the theatregoinj public to witness Sydney Grnndys best effort right here at a lower charge than the play could be seen at Val lacks Theatre It will be the treat of the season and the S R 0 sign will no doubt be brought in to service on that night Gen Poyntz Good Work Gen J M Poyntz was in Louisville Thursday to make the final arrange ments for opening the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley The deed for the Villa Ridge Inn was received Imruediate1JItober 23 with exercises fitting the occasion The State Reunion of U C V will be in session at Louisville dnrin that week It was at this reunion just a year ago that General Poyntrt who was the first one to suggest thci establishment of the home urged thE necessity of it and took the first steps in the work He appointed a commit tee to take charge of the matter anql secure subscriptions This commute has not only raised a largo amount q money but has gotten a large apprqt priation from the State so that now just twelve months after the first movij was made the Home Is ready to bc opened We have just received II car loa of seed rye which we are offering at th lowest priceIEDArjsag CO 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 cash and marked at quick selling 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 as the 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 IWalkOveetShoes King of their class acknowledged the finest made for tho price 3 50 to 4 00 BiltWell Shoes A remarkable combination of style and durability at low pric- es2SOto300 Amoskeag Shoes- All solid leather good looking durable and cheap J 50 to 2 00 Work Shoes Adapted to the hardest service and our prices and quality are hardest to beat 1 00 1 2and 1 50 Safe Blown A curiosity which is causing much attraction is on exhibition in the win dow of E C Vines drug store show ing a large money safe with several hundred dollars scattered over the floor as it will appear after being blown open by dynamite in that famous play The Dangers of a Great City at the opera house tonight Sec it A Great Yearling Dr Jaspers yearling Julia Higgins did some phenomenal work at the race track Friday afternoon when she made a quarter in thirtynine seconds The mare is by Infact dam by Vatican and with her blood backed up by her work she has a great future before her Several times during the season she has crowded Fridays time closely and has never worn a boot or toe weight She is entered in the AVoodfcard Shanklin sale but as she has a number of futurity dates her owner thinks be will probably hold on to her Mrs Reid at Irvine Mrs AD Reid will give her Delsarte entertainment at the Couit House in Irvine on the night of October 15 She has a large class and all are greatly interested in the work The entertain ment at Irvine promises to he first class in every respect Among the young ladies who will take part are Misses Annette Kiddell Maud Embry Grace Hargis Lula Snowden Minnie Davidson Laura and Belle Marlow Mamie and Stella Ashcraft Leila and Hattie Lisle Anna Wagers Mary Jacobs Willie Hamilton Villa White man and Florence Smith Preacher Has SmallPox- A Danville dispatch of yesterday saysA telephone message was received from Perryville to the effect that the Rev P C Eversole who has just mov ed to this town to lake charge of the Methodist Church was stricken down with smallpox yesterday and is in a critical condition Rev Eversole has only been in Perryville a few days having been sent by the Methodist Conference at London some weeks ago The community is very much wrought up over the affair Rev P C Eversole was until a few weeks ago pastor of the College Hill cLurch and his friends in the county will regret to hear qf his misfortune Franchise Sold As previously advertised the bids on thenew telephone franchise were received by the City Council Thursday night Mr E Tutt Burnam whose bid of 105 was the highest was award ed the franchise There were three bids offered the other two being John W Crooke and associates whose bid was 150 60 and J W Chambers 75 The council reserved the right to reject any and all bids but when the question came it was decided to accept the Mr Burnams offer He made a short ad dress stating that his offer was made in good faith and that it was his intention and desire to give the people of Rich mond and Madison county another telephone system as good as any in the country According to the terms of the contract the work must begin in ninety days Delsarfe Entertainment Much interest is being manifested in the Delsarte entertainment to be giv en by Mrs Reids class of sixteen of Richmonds most graceful young ladies at the New Opera House on next Monday evening the 13 The Dude Drill promises to b the finest thing ever given in Richmond The Work ing Song by twenty of our brightest girls and boys will be very interesting and amusing Excellent recitations tableaux pantomines vocal and In strumental music will be given also The Frankfort Daily call says Mrs Reids entertainment is now and hovel her drills aro the most beautiful we have ever seen Dont miss it here Get your seat reserved at Perry Thomas drug store The taxidermist who works in mid gummer is lo1ot tNI Felt Boots Here we lend them all Our Boots were made to eppuial order during the summer when prices were lowest and we can sell the be- stEca Swati Proo BOOS at 2 25 to 2 50 worth 2 75 to 3 00 Leather Boots A select stork of extra bargains in Calf and Kip Boots at 2 00 2 50 3 00 3 50 and 4 00 Hats Suchcelebrated brands as Roelofs Stetson Nox All Hedden and others All styles shapes and kinds for your choice three or four times the largest stock in Richmond Fine Hats 1 to 5 Other Hats 50 to 75c Caps 25 to 50c To Hut the Jail A motion was made in the magistrates court yesterday to put steam heaters in the jail When the steam was put in the court house last winter tho magistrates had this in view and purchased boiler of sufficient capacity to heat both buildings that the change will be made with very little expense No Meeting The Teachers Association which was to have been held at Mt Pleasant Church last Saturday was so poorly at tended that it was decided not to carry out the program There were several teachers on hand and a bountiful dinner was served but the patrons of tho schools in the neighborhood did not interest themselves enough to attend These meetings are told for the gocd of the pupils and patrons as much as for the teachers and when such a lack of interest was shown it was decided not to worry through the long program Going West Mr S L Tudor of Irvine the gen ial proprietor of the Slephard House was mingling with his friends here Court Day Mr Tudor to the regret of his friends in Madison and Estill counties has decided to so West to reside and is advertising his Irvine hotel for sale He has been in business at Irvine for a number of years and has built up a large patronage for his house It has always been known as one of tho best conducted hostelries in this section and is a splendid chance for the right man Keep your money at homo when vou want a suit made to order Fit guaranteedSTOUFFER MAULER Tailors DEATHS BKOXSTON The ninemonthsold child of Mr and Mrs James Bronston of Million died Saturday after a short illness The interment occnred at the family burying ground Sunday after noon DYKES Tho fouryearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Jessie Dykes died at their homo at Conway Sunday morning The remains were brought to this city Monday for interment The sympathy of a host of friends is with the bereaved parents in their sorrow BLAXTOX Edgar the bright little son of Mr and Mrs Edgar Dlanton aged five years died Monday afternoon after an illness ot several days of Broil chitis The burial will tako place this morning at half past ten in the Richmond Cemetery- DAVI5William Davis died at the home of his father Mr Alex Davis in this city Sunday morning ngfd about seventeen years Deceased had been an invalid nearly all his life but pos sessed a cheerful and kindly disposi tion The family has the sympathy of a large circle of frieuds in their grief Obituary James Talbert UnveIl was born in Bracken county Ky May 26 1818 lie was married to Miss Lena M Todd the youngest daughter of J J Todd of Madison county Ky Febru ary 21 1882 Died at his home at Terrill after a short illness on Septem ber 20 1002 Deceased was a member of Mt Zion church an earnest chris tian strictly temperate in alt modes of life a perfect master of bill passions Aspofitinnsterhe was kind and gentle and attentive as a neighbor fie was peaceable quiet generous knew bow to attend to his own business and let otherfjalone He was a devoted and affectionate husband manifested by lila strict attendance upon her He remained conscious even until death bid ding his wife and friends gxxjdbye pro foundly subservient to the divine will of tIed His last words were that his mother was vailing for hlm J LC Stwiffer ik Mahler are turning out more suits bvereeote and trooaers to mere UMW nil th etbws i c So a Sea vv SS for 4 our tan You are to our to Stock Sales J Bales bought of Robert White for S S of New York fifty four head of high grab at 6 cents Judge sold J W Bales for S S head of fine cat tie at cents Con Gains bought of Sams of a mule colt foaled May 6 Ferrell of Missouri bought of 1WA Cotton of this county two fine jacks for 250 each Monday was Mule Day and were buyers from far and near Thero were abont three hundred mules the market which sold from 25 to 100 The sale of G at Red House was well attended The sales were reported Fresh cows 37 to 47 cows 20 to 47 sows 12 to 15 55 calves to 15 T D was Good Shows The Harris Jr Parkinson stock Comp 1Y which will Itthe Now Opera House during of the week is one of the most shows that every came to This company played weeks hero season and so tbe public that the return was eagerlv lookod for Loot in Egypt was Monday and A True Kentucky Ian last BUrnt and both shows wile by Ill who at twwd OverCoat Styles here to select from The very long loose back easy fitting coats are the swell things but they must be made to insure a fit Ours are from such famous as Alfred Co Schloss Bros and Co and large makes such coats as low here as the made kinds Read 15 Not the kind call good theyll keep you warm and better than youll find at the price 650 800 Servicable weather and worth every cent of the price A great assortment of good coats All styles to chooso from and every one for good best in to 1250 J8 up A wealth of choice coats for your selection Styles and patterns to suit every taste and the quality is the best that money can buy at the price No need to go to the custom tailor Here are fabrics just as fine tailoring just aa goods and fits every way as perfect and a big saying to you on every coat Dro try one on Boys Complete Outfits Nowhere can yon find a bigger or better stock of boys wearing apparel than here thats right in and Price OverCoats Caps Collars Neckwear not one item missing thats needed to clothe him from top to toe in and style for winter days S boypCOVINGTON BANKS ELDERS BARGAINS SHOESS AND SLIPPERS 1S tec I i55 105 as S SS 55S0S151SS555SSSSS5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5S 5SSSS5555 Kreiders Patent Slippers Children 50 65 75 and 85c Two Strap Sandals for Children and SSc Ladies Patent Vamp Sandals 98c and 198 50newestMen Shoes Chrome Kid styles 250 price Infants lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red white blue black25c CLOTHINGWe beequaledBoys Mattings 1 0 to Window Shades 8 to invited inspect MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Respectfully the Cash Trade W cattle Goodloe seventyeight Cbesley Cottonburg for90G there bn Powell Saturday following twoyearold mules 5 Chenault auctioneer be thoTemaiader popular Richmond a engagement last pleased preeettted night proBOBBced escellest Al1fityles carefully graceful makersBenjamin Kirschbaum buying carelessly elsewhere further we but are much generally protectors guaranteed wearthe Sline Kentucky JO 15 and everything QualitvStyle Suits Pants Boots Shoes Hats Shirts comfort IN Celebrated Rothchilds Patent Upper Strap 1255150 Rothchilds branded 175 Moccasins 25c 65c Submitted Baby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 E V ELDER Must tio Regardless of Price WilIgingIuntil every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paperj The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold purchaserThere of i Pictures and Picture Frames i that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale Thccntire- stock must go There is also a complete line of Eafatof Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames ii oles Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc andan intire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers TOOlS will be disposed of This is a genuine sale asthe goods mutt pcisilegeand get the pick of the stock PUlL L WILWIl Ext jI KV Ipz 1w t I vl I I 1 Inej U ft ii TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 1j t Wtfciro pleased tostnte that itr ibn gale nt tho lollovring places in Madison county Arbuclcle Simmon n chraond Hearer Hamilton Waco Jo OS Powell Red House Iev1vWh1t12 LAWearren Paint Lick t JlcWharter Ualliccton BrcerirI Ilerca JT Coy Kirksrille For Sale=The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley EyI38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky n 112 45 J WI Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N G Brandon t Co Dexter Ky 33S 20 J It Young Son Glasgow Ey H 10 Vm Kuepzlen Milton 1y241N Pbipps Ait Sterling Ky66Ferdinand Schuble Louisville t 09 Robt W Owens Louisvll e It 00 RJ Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Kyr S 60 Austin Rockport KyT 138 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D O 7my6t lem =Have 81 Midkilf to repair your- old vehicles and make them good as new tf 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 flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky 1 itb t0 t Jtr t2ro- adsAXLL 1L Ld light lo- adsflIILASL ood foeverything that runs ou wheels Sold Everywhere STANDAUD OIL CO Lhf +++ CALL AT++ + JONES MERSHON + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoclate and accommo ditln cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssss1Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Let us make that old suit look like uow by new process STOUFFER MAIILEH Tailors MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Dr Kings New FOR Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingI toubville tIt R aiIr1 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Ver allleSLswrenCebUrglShell S5j and Cincinnati m amForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington end llMamCincinnati Rltr m pmPromO M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyrRichmond iCy Dr R Goldstein HoteTofyndon Wednesday and Thursday October 8 arid 9 Physicianantition is established and his work has given entire salisfaciion having patients hislkilKyIIalIItoltJm rsFOR Photographs QLthe Highest Order j I I AVisitngler Ar t Our work has taken First at different Stato ConventionsI apr23 6mo n F J SPENGLER QperaHok Lexington Ky NOTICE When you see in the papers thatI 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 Thluman S Grocery Co ljantf Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON STAKES OO OOO PURSES October 17th A Prizej t Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6OOO Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 7 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAD RACES 7h8 Gratest Program Ew OHM JHalf JR re Rates on all RailroadsS t RV P4 STOCL PreiSJCHt E W SHANK IN Secretary 0 T Master Comrs Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Floyd Kidd Admr Jas M hart decd FlU agInst Jas It Harts Mrs and Crds lIft All persons baring claim ajat it the estse of Jas M Hart decd are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the under deflect on or before tho first day of November 1902 or same will be barred 8 B SCOTT M O M C O Irsep4t ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East Eud of Maul 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 tbe highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 20janly RICHMOND KY PUBLIC SALE I As Assignee of C J Bales the undersigned will on Friday October 17th About the hour of 10 a m expose to Public Sale to tho highest and best bidder the following described property The House and Lot of C J Bales in Kingston Ky now occupied by S Maupin also the store house of Bales Kincaid occupiedbyStivers The residence is one of tho best in the county and a most desirable home The store house is desirable to any man doing busi ness in the town of Kingston TERMS This property will be sold on n credit of six months from day of sale the purchaser to execute bond with approved security J Tevis Cobb at Assignee C J Bales miiQI1i VAIS A B Stones Adinr Puff IJainstJ c Bits NOTICE OF SALE IK EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on SaturdaYtOct 18t 02 About tho hour of 11 oclock a111 on the promises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pioperty viz A House and Lot Situated on Irvine street in Richmond Icy and bounded as follows Beginning at tbo 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 thence running back In two parallel lines from said two points on Irvine street 19H feet more or less to the line of 0 C Wallace TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to Rive bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect 01 a Judgment bearing local interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase mones is paid S E SCOTT St M C M C 0 For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ics Naiusoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt inOs Colored CottonJ2 Dress Goods oyeltiesGinghmps Shirtings Embroideries f Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash SiIk Ribbons Agents for Goftons CelebratecJ Shirts- INhIt8AND GiOSOA RICHMOND KY A Wildcat Scheme The Republican financiers teem devoted to proposing and supporting schemes of unsafe inflation ofjmper cur rency The assertcurrency schemes has not yet been buried when Secretary Shaw comes forward with his pro posal to accept satisfactory security other than government bonds for United States deposits Of course the sec retiryof the treasury is to decide what is satisfactory and nobody knows what he may be disposed to accept The avowed purpose of this plan is to increase the circu lotion of paper money The government now has 8124 667150 of government bonus as security fort deposits in banks and if this could be replaced by other securities these bonds would presumably be used to take out na tional bank circulation which would increase the national bank circulation about 8112 000000 The president of one Chicago bank Mr For gan of the First Nationalato- nce telegraphed Secretary Shaw that his bank would take out circulation on the 700000 of bonds his bank had on deposit if other se curities could be substituted themBut kind of securities would be substituted There was never a time when there were more stocks and bonds on the market whose real worth can scarcely be ascertained thauat present Pres ident Roosevelt himself is urging the need of publicity to give some security to investors in them Suppose that a month ago Secretary Shaw had accepted the secur ities of the bicyle trust or the alkali trust fOL deposits where would the treasury come in The fact is that Secretary Shaw is a financial visionary and ought never have been placed in his presentposition He was one of the pioneer promoters of the assetcur rency scheme and probably owes his appointment to the influence of the men who were active in that project Hav ing such a man at the head of the governments financial department will not tend to increase the confidence of practical men in the sound ness of the administration Indianapolis Sentinel Getting Cheap Coal Maysville Bulletin Its an ill wind that blows no one any good The low water in the Ohio has sent most of the packets and other boats to the bank but it is enabling hundreds of people along the Ohio to fill their coal houses It is estimated that over 4 000 bushels have been gath ered off the bar extending from the foot of Union street to the bank above Maysville Crowds are at work daily digging the coal out of the sand This coal is from the many barges sunk during ice and high water Gov DCRBIS and Attorney General Taylor of Indiana are preparing to talce vigorous steps toward thp suppression of white capping in the State Citizen Taylor formerly of Kentucky Is not mentioned in the plan AXOTIIEE negro was burned at the stake in Mississippi Sunday for as sault and murder but before tim torch was applied he admitted that he deserved the fate prepared for him Thus the unspoken terror claims an other victim and the South waits in borror to hear where and when the severe old Judge will hold his next court He Wont DieOf consumption is a remark often made of a fleshy man The remark expresses the popular recognition of the fact that the sign of consumption is emaciation loss of flesh On the other handa gain in flesh is a iinging cured Emaciated ple with obstinate bleedinglungs and weakness have been perfectly cured by the use of Dr Pierces Golden DiscoveryThe of the cure were recorded in ounces and of in weightWhen wastingdisease surely cured MrMil IIVhtmre Rockingham 5Onr son contracted s badatcmblecougbnounced it Irritation of the bronchlatlUbes wrtb asthmatic trouble and he informed me that my methathe might cure him but after treating him Several weeks awl my son growing worse all the time MedicalDiacoveiy aboutbythreebottlesand one vial of the Pellets and was then well enough to go to West Virginia taking a supply with him I am just receipt of a kt from AanIjondjyIThe Common Sense Medical Adviser IceS large pages is sentret on receipt of onlySendbound voiunieor only si stamps for the ItVJ i ii r A TEXAS WONDER IIALLlS CREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cur p nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tho kidneyaand bladder in both men and jvoruLii regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be pent by mali on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will curnfly case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St LoulK Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nfl druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEA- DRichmond tins Ky Feb 0 1901 Dr E W ilBU St Louis Mo Dertr Sir I liavii used one bottle of the Texas Wonter Halls Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weIghed J50 pounds when Ibepnn using it today I welsh 17G pounds and I feel better thin I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to tho Respectfully4dnc RIDDE- ETun annosl report of the Commis sioner of Pensions shows that there are 23137 Kentnckians on tho rolls drawing 3Cff OCS There were about 35000 Kentuckians in the union armies during the war We suppose a few wero killed or died during the war which accounts fOr the fact that there are only 28437 on the pension rolls His Life In Peril rtl just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had matte life a burden I couldnt cat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bit ters but they vorked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat anything have gained in stnjngth anti enjoy hard work They give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only 50c at Perry Thomas drugstore 1m An Iowa exchange furnishes the following A knock down proof of the efficacy of the faith cure is given in the Saybrook Gazette which states that the wife of farmer near Kenny had a liniment she used for everything The other night she was Sick and her husband got up in the dark got the liniment and rubbed it over her body She was given instant relief The next morningit was dis covered that he had gotten a bottle of bluing instead of the liniment 1f4This signature Is on every box of tho jenuino- Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets tho remedy that crisis n cold in one day A young man may have no bad hab its anJ still not amount to much Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially redcedJrus and water rate It hits been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on Bin minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 2 00 to SI75 giventhnt payhismonth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin paythoception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec4 tf Bryan and Henderson A Lincoln Special says Bryan in the Commoner this week will discuss at length the declination of Speaker Henderson The Nebraskan predicts that it will redound to the interests of the Democrat saying Democrats who rely upon the free list as a complete remedy or as the only remedy for the trusts will soon be on the defensive but Dem ocrats whorely upon the free list as a remedy for trusts extortion will put tile Re publicans on the defensive The Democrats have a great opportunity They should improve it Let them urge the free list as a protection from extortion and let them advocate publicity not as a remedy in itself but as an aid to a remedy and then let them demand thatthe Repub licans accept or oppose the Kansas City platform remedy which lays the ax at the root of the tree and stHke a blow that will kill Let the corporation be shut up in the State of its origin and let it be denied the use of the mails the telegraph lines and the railroads until it shows by conclusive proof that it is not trying to monopolize any branch oj business cr the production of any article of merchandise This is a remedy easy ii applica tion effective and complete No other has been roposed It doesnt pay to give ifay to your anger if the other follow iobigger The prodigal son sometimes brings the fatted calf home with turn A woman never sees hot own faults by looking into a mirror Tho taxidermist who w rks in midsummer is hot stuff L rr- ubUc peaktu tvlion George G Gilbert bemocratia nominee for Congress In ijio Eighth District has made tho folloYjing speak ing appointmeuls Richmond Monday Oct College Hill Friday Oct JO 1erea Saturday Oct 11 Kirksville Saturday Oct j The appointment at Kirk nrille is for 7 oclock p in the rest a for 130 p UL Tho Republican i minee Is inyitcd to be present and ivil be offered an equal division of time at ca place KodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digcstants and digests all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The mostscnsltlve stomachs can take It By Jtsuse many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured tereverythlng failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adietunneccssary Cures all stomach ireubles Prepared br E O HEWITT Co Chicago rb61 tt16CODtlns times tboSOc size For sale by Perry Thomas AIE r LANE Hattie A Baxter c Pitt againstSidney Guardian c Deft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale ny 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 oloclc Q m proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pro vizA Tract of Land In Madison county Ky on the waters of the East Fork of Oiter Creek and adjoining the lands of Harvey Parrlshs Heirs Williams James Ilnguely Martin Green and contains 213 9V100 acres being the same land owned by Ed Baxter at the time of his death and land formerly owned by Harvey Cobb and conveyed by him to C D ChenanlU grainImmtdlatelyTERMSThe said Sale 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 is paid R H Crooke s c M c c P SAlso at the same time and place the Administratrix will sell ta large amount of per sonal property consisting of live tock grain and farming utensils Terms made known on dayofsaleJ Cobb Atty for for Plffs PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATrOI15- w IV MILLER ATTOBNBTrAILAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office a the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly JA SULLJY A ATTORXEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETeHER AttorneyatLaio RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office over Perry 2 Thomas drug store PSTSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht Dr Hobs n building MslnStrcct H C JASPER M JD Medicine and Surgery Office Stoufler Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Can place on IJroadwa- yicnuoND 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 tho livery business and Mr Dezier tak lug possession of the grocery All par ties indebted to the firm will save cost by calling and settling their accounts at once sept 10 4t DOZIEH SHEARER Master Comrs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT W II Hurleys lire PHH against II Hurleys Ura ICrdsDtsA- U persons having claims against the estate notifiedtoslgnei cn or before the first day it November 1902 or same will bs barred The administrator WJ Qoocb is also undersignedon8ESCOTTHCMcLc E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance DO Osteopathic Physicians Stale Dank Trust Bidg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DSHSAL SUEQ33Y Qt s te t tOnSO DBIor LOUISVILLE KY GoyemmentDuildingItlchmSnd novlTly HarryM Blanton DENTIST Qofficell1DeanetL Dnlldlng lianly TELEPHONE 198 oi r DR LANDMAN Ibid Gly don Wednesday October 8 1902 4i For Rent Four rooms to rent cfieap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co PublicSale I will sell publicly my farm of about Eightyfive acres on Silver Creek two miles west of Whites Station Ky on Wednesday Oct J5 This place has a nice six room residence out buildings good orchard plenty water and in 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 comIparatlvely Mrs Nannie Crooke Whites Station Ky Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times Do they hurt after reading Are there frequent headaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone is the terrible danger realized It 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++ + f++ +4 M fr++ JIt charge careful manner If vltbouti + needed can so 4 correct lenses 3 in any manner desired 4 + T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Anncrs old stand 30JI l- y366O Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted excursions leave Louisville 12 oclock noon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Only650t Tickets 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 Of HERNDON WALKER Having sold our farm near Whites Station to J W Herndon we will offer at Public Sale on the premises at 10 oclock n m on Wednesday October 22 J 902 AH of our personal property con slating of 25 head of fat cattle 28 belt ers 2years old 35 calves and about 20 cows about 75 head of yearlings 10 work mules 24 2year old mules all broke 2 yearling mules several horses and horse colts 140 sheep 25 goats corn in field hay fodder et- cTEIMSAII sums of S20 or less cash In hand all sums over 20 a credit till January 1 1903 without interest negotiableTrust Co Bfdimoncl KThe terms of sale must he complied with before the property Is removedJ HERXDOX oct 1lt J STONE WALKER mmi ion rs al L E PillaltalnstJ T Estill tJ lIfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By oftheabovetyIecausc TDursQ Y ttob r thepremlesln beltIst Interest of JT EstllUn the tract of 79100 acres onthe Speedwelt tnrjpile about 4 nilea fromRichmond Ky antI adJolnIug the lands ofTaylor Rice eceased Doty heirs Tbosn Baldwin the Yttea heirs Joe and WhiteBales etc alsoselt21acreslistillnowacres EstillThe the orderedTerms Both SalelS will made ona credit of and12manthscquallr The purchaser will bebead wiLl torthtr pnynent ofhe purchase goodsecurIty the force and eXeI ofa have legal Interest from tay ot Judguient bearing served a reosaId cbaJflmQlley is lXioperty until All the pus SCOTT1oct3t g J1 Ji c 20 PERCENT OFF ON I20 per cent can be saved by buying your I WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and i can give you a better article for less money than one in this or any other Is complete We carry the Di only perfect Disc Plow made ItsIMade Right Is Right STOVES 11 Webought thefreight Great Majestic Rang desriptionfore to- wnHARD WAROUR- LINEOF Farming Implement Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will you investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l e S ockT It is time you were thinking It r your YctTtbka and therefore it is time to th kt f us You cannot be too parti iu k about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stirk to select from You want wile variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service nil above all you want the right pi s We are prepared to meet a jIIf these wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspect our stock before placingjour on itr WSOldharnCor RICHMOND JaWMy KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL B Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burnt Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was rt cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original whoIesalePrice These Goods area damaged in the least and these bargains are without a para in this city EVERYTHINGI- n the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothini is included in this Slaughter Sale thatbeingar Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE ADOBROWSKY Prop First St Opposite Court House Ga- tetRichond K1 FALL WEDDINGSOur stock bf Art Silverware C Glass Pearl and Diamond 1ICmostus for we thlnkYVo cin ratlsfy thu mostftldioua tastsLiuJieautifutg Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 5E MAIN sr LEXINGTON K Our XMO keliW1 GeMtF i DM1il1gtliottom Prices