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RICHMOND CLlMAX OLUJUE 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1902 NUMBER 3 be a ice for Will soon l e service as Spring is here not buy a new one and the more invit lug hen there is your Id Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will never regret the money spent And last but not least dont sell the Stoves on earth 0 K Stoves and Ranges TheWonderful North Star- Refrigerator Best- iade Dont rice bills when Star will solve the question and will save you iter Coolers into Why clean make sparkling water Freezer forgetthatwe best Jewell handicapped North money willed a LIso Make Screen 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 f I liiACKELPORD CO Main Street J RICHMOND KY eWiseIAnd abstain from running store accounts Pay Cash save the pennies and you are bound to prosper We give a few of the many needful articles J Tablet knives and forks set 40e to 150 Butcher knives 10 to 25c I Tea anti table spoons 10 and loc Fire Shovels aud pokers 5 and lOc Pad luck 5 to25c Galvanized wash tubs 50 toGOc Cprrnjjated galvanized coal beds 35c ripe boiler 70c 9 qitin buckets lOc oil can 10 to 2Uc Woolen spoons 5o SemlPorceliaii plates per set 35c Meat dielies JO to 40c China cups andreanccre COc And dont forget we liavo a nino line of Jardiniere from 25c to 240 Also FlOwer Pots I i The IEverything is Cheap at 1 he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale of F1JRNJTUR E Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in f t r n Beds Bed Room Suitsv r vimng R9pffianq gfc rVv vaftchen Furniture dJ v v We guaranteed to save you money Wecordiallj invite our country friends to callmake our store their headquartcr mIulmpIupIIlITh W Ml1lSt I Z- plea eOur success depends upon itiri a the reasonable prices at which evythinj1isoffer ed will astonish anddelight JouMatlDgsand Carpets in variety Out Picture Departments complete Framing neatly done an lthe newest mouldings always carried inuW SI JOPLINone 47 RICHMOND KY W Evans Jr Undertaking a Specialty Embalmer 1 L R Blanton DEALER IN a c CoaIFeed J1B lt SaidLiine- r Ce1pe1tlf JIirtciEt r jI f 7 0 crMamaixi BSfrwfc prtlln e15Ii THE BELGIAN HARE If His Leglets is to Supplant the Cornfed Steer as Food Now is His Time to Do It Has the beef trust bought up the Belgian hares Only a few years ago we were told that breeders of tho domes ticated and cultivated jackrabbits could amass fortunes that the skins aud the fur of the nimble animals would be in constant demand at profita ble figures while the flesh would be so much prized that roast pig possum fat and poultry snatched from peace ful slumbers in the darkof the moon would be despised in comparison Henry IV of France declared that he should never be contented un til every peasant in this king dom had a fowl in his pot The benevolent importers of the agile leapers from the European continent were equally anxious to do good They were never w ary of as suring every body that the Belgian hare was so prolific that he would soon put the stalled ox or the cornfed steer and the fatted calf to flight as resources of food supply and That as a delicacy for the table he would excel in exquisite flavor the choicest of terrapin and green turtle of curried oysters and broiled lobsters of spring turkeys and Philadelphia capons of woodcock and canvasback ducks and even the most delicate of Strasburg pies What has become of the Belgian hare Not many months have passed since his praises were sounded and written in enthusiastic utter ances and articles Col Mulberry Sellers was hardly more eloquent in describing the glittering treasures which might be secured by the sale of his incomparable remedy for the healing of sore eyes among the swarming millions of Asia and of Africa than the promoters of the Belgian boom were in revealing the opportunities for Heaping up riches on fa ms devoted to the production of the long eared bobtailed bounders But on the bills of fare of American hotels and restaurants hare soups and hare meats in any form are no more conspicuous and no more in request than they were a quarter of a century ago and among the Croesuses of the day it would not be easy to find one whose wealth has been acquired by experiments with the elungated and enlarged cousins to the conies The Old Testament informs us that the conies of primi tive times were a feeble folk Their Belgian kith and kin in this era have failed to sweep everything before them as their eulogists predicted they would do Has the Belgian hare a fntureN Y Tri bune Out of Deaths Jaws When death seemed near from nTeovere stomach and Liver trouble that 1 had buffered with for years writes P Muse Durham N C Dr Kings New Life Pills saved my life dud gave perfect health Best pills on earth and only 25o at Perry Tiom as drug store 1m SECRETSAt the Price of Sttferlag Woman on her way to semiinvalulisia caused by pregnancy suflrre much pain Ignorance prompts her to suffer alone in silence in the dark as to the true causemotherhoo1- lltotbers Friend takes the doctors place and she has no cause for aa inter She is her own doctor sad her modesty is protected Dailyapplication tr the breast ncy will enable her to undergo the period of in a cheerful rest andisto- rbedMothers Friendi- s a liniment for external use It would indeed be shameful if thesacrifice of modesty vere necessary to the success ful issue ofhealthy children All women about to become ned send only to a store and orIoo secure the prlechlldbirthremedy Healthy babies are Movers elld Our bcoJcnethcrlt awilcd free lilt IIAOfJII IEUtA7 00 A1UIITAlAj Cutting Down Hillside Timbr When we see a farmer lay ing an axe at the roots of for est trees on a hillside which form a nice sady grove und r which the stock can seek the shade in summer and protect themselves from the cold blasts in the winter we feel like enjoining him on the spot When left with the natural growth of timber on it the land will produce certain kinds of grass in the more open spots and at intervals trees may be removed to be used as fuel But when denuded entirely of its growth it begins to wasjiund presents a spectacle of unsightly hol lows and gullies Then the efforts of the owner from that time forward must be in the direction of taking preventive measures to stop the washing in order that the good land above it may not be injured At a farmers institute last vinter the writer listened to the speaker discuss the methods of preventing land of this character washing but not one Daniel arose andadvised them that the matter should be remedied by getting agood growth of healthy forest trees back on it as soon as possible Yet this is the only sure cure for hillside washingall oth ers are merely temporary makeshifts Ex Americas Famous Beauties Look with horror on Skin Eruptiocs blotches sores pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uss Buck lens Arnica Salve It plonflw the face Eczema or Salt Rheum van ish before it It cures sore lips chap ped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at Perry lhomas drugstore 1m Big Money for Mules Last Friday Mr W C Ter hune received a dispatch from Mr Phillip Shindig of York Pa to buy him the best pair of mules in Kentucky Mr Terhune wired him that they cost him a big pile of money The answer was to buy them if they cost 2000 Mr C in company with Jake Brown went to Lexington and bought Beard Carurthers pair of premium mules at 415 and then went to Danville and pur chased from Gentry Bros the blue ribbon pair at the same price The first two weighed 2780 pounds and the others 2679 They were shipped in a car by themselves which cost S100 and the teleprapli ing and expenses of Mr Co amounted to S15 Terhune shipped fivecar loads of broke mules to the East Saturday The first cost him 30 a head and the latter S110 Ber San ders bought 80 1400 Ib cattle from Lenear Bros at6icents This is said to be the best bunch of cattle that has left Boyle county this year Har rodsburg Herald Look Out For Fever BUliousness und liver disorders at this season may be prevented by cleansing the system with DeWitts Little Early Risers These famous ht tie pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently but copiously and by reason of the tonic properties give tone and strength to the glands 1m A Playful Sheep Dr W B Davidson of the Cedar Springs country was severely butted by a pet sheep on last Saturday afternoon Dr Davidson had for some time been finding amusement in playing with the sheep which had learned to make sheeplike demonstrations of war which carried the Doctor back to the days of his youth when the Sunday was most- pleasantlyand profitably spent when the greatest number of butters could be hemmed in the barnyard The warlike demonstrations amused the Coctor but his eightyoiie years of experience with the things of this life had taught him caution that he could ijpt repeat the performances bf youth with impunity even jif physically able therefore he would always cease his baii terings just before the enemy wouldcharge and had therejpy escaped injury On last Saturday afterno tnl however the sheep slipped upon the blind side of tie Doctor unawares and pound d him three times severely e LeliefDoctor was only stove u but considers his escape a miracle The sheep chan ed faCounty BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list righttreatment children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfood will cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sampler SCOTT BOWNB Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York sac and zoo alt drngjUU Blackbirds as Tobacco Hands If this story from the Har rodsburg Herald is true the average tobacco grower might find it profitable to keep on hand a flock of domesticated blackbirdsMr W Anderson of Shaker Bend informed us of the great good done him by a flock of blackbirds some days ago He had employed two men to worm his tobacco and while they were standing on the back porch receiving in structions from him myriads of the birds came out of the cliffs and lighted in the tobac co and began cleaning it of worms Fearing tha itwould knock them out two or three days work Mr Anderson says one of them grabbed a shotgun and the other a rifle and started for the tobacco patch on a run to scare them away but he stopped them and told them to let the birds alone and he would find something else for them to do In an hour the birds flew away and an investigation showed that not a worm was left He put the men to work enlarginghis tobacco barn Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith of Davis Kyis Dr Kings New Dis covers for Consumption Coughs and Colds bpcduso it always cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely on It best phy sicians prescribe it and Perry Thom as guarantee satisfaction or refund price Trial botttles free ReSt sizes 50c and 1m War is Over A dispatch from Benwood W Va says The familiar expression dont know the war is over was exemplified today by William Wiley of the back woods of Wetzel county who took his first ride on the car and came up here to visit rel atives He hadnot been away from his habitation on the headwaters of Fishing Creek since Lees army sur rendered and for all he knew the Yanks andU Johnies were still firing away as he sang to a delighted street crowd the song Secession Rebels with a spirit that recalled the days of 61 There are 15 verses to the song which has been the chief piece of music in his neck of the woods for 45 years Wiley was muchsurprised that it did not have a better run among the city folks As a singer Wiley succeeded in drawing a crowd and he stated that after taking a pjnch of salt he woule bewill ing to go up against any of the church songsters Before returning to his mountain abode Mr Wiley will be shown the sights of the city although he has served notice on all that he refuses to ride on them there keers that haint got no engine or no hossesto pull themi NaturalAnxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children cold easily No disease costs more little lives than croup Its attack is sud den that the afiHerer is often human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays wfl ramtloa removes danger Absolutely s4Se Acts immediately Curw eowghs colds grip bronchitis all throat und IHB trouble F 8 MoMahoii Hampton Ga A bad coIl rendered aw a before aa oratorical cwafert I intended to withdnur bat took OM Minute Cough Cure It iwfcHwd my voice in time to win the tncdftl 1m Theodore Roosevelt on The Presidency Before his nomination for the VicePresidency Theodore Roosevelt wrote expressly for The Youths Companion an article on The Presidency It will be published in the number for November 6 this being one of the remain ing weeky issues of 1902 sent free from the time of sub scription to every new sub scriber who at once sends 175 for The Companions 1903 volume When this ar ticle on The Presidency was written no one eculd have foreseen or dreamed even that its author would soon be called upon to take up the duties of the great office For this reason alone what Mr Roose velt has to say possesses extraordinary interest and will be eagerly awaited by per sons of all shades of political opinion A twentyeightpage Pros pectus of the 1903 volume of The Youths Companion and sample copies of the paper will be sent free to any ad dress THE YOUTHS COMPANION Boston Mass 144 Berkeley Street Tetter SattKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many veiy bad cases have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Guljs Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Prim 25 Tents per package The State Secretary of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society has sent out a communication to all the papers in the state calling attention to a law enacted by the last legislature to regulate the im portation into this stateof de pendent children from other states Owing to the fact that we have hitherto had no prohibitory laws Kentucky has been imposed upon by other states who have sent not only dependent destitute and feeble minded children but have placed a large num ber of criminal children from penal institutions here to be come charges upon us Un questionably this law should be rigidly enforced and those found guilty of violating it should be vigorously punished and it is to assist them in find ing out violations of the law that the Society asks the Co operation of the state press The Kentucky Childrens Home Society has donea noble work and should receive the help and assistance ofall good citizens in so laudable a work Roosevelt is crippled Han na sick Henderson sick in fact about the whole Republican gang are either sick crip pled disguntled disgusted or on the run All the Demo crats have to do is tocontinue the bombardment with anti trust monopoly and unAmer ican policy truths and goveri ment of the people for the and by the people will be restoredCyuthianaDem ocrat 4J Mies Ida M Snyder Treiwurer ef tlfl Brooklyn JBairt Zd JUt leb II K wemw vrciiiM py more MteMiM to their htjWt vrc wo Rave m re happy wlvt Mothers art ttaghtoji K iey weaM ebterve rewH they weald Had that the fetters prwcrfptefH An set perform the many cures tkty art glvtn CrHit fer M cMuaftiftg wmS my itrtght he ad WIll McEtoes el TM4 htft BfeekDrMigM sad M I took It and Have PUMA te thank him for a sew We cfcned up to RK WIth rtttored heaMh and R iyiMIr three M n4kt to cure me Wise ofCarduiisaregidatorof the menstrual awl a most as toaithiBg tonic foewomt It cmft catyipcoseet1 too frequent usg ular painfiil menstru tion falliiur ndlIoodingItishood dangpregtUlBCy aftec chdd- b chasgo f iife It Ire- qtieaUy litings a dear ibytohome that barren foci years ffuUlY lOO o W- iaewIAteDui H o I1LHi DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE 1eie enTTae DoTtcs ot1Qtt ot FTO Wagon Load After Wagon Load of NL GOODH- ave 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 c c c e t 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 J The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its utmost capacity Shelves counters ledges tables and every available space in the entire store is loaded from floor to ceiling with new choice uptodate merchandise for fall and they are creaking and groaning under the immense weight piled on them Our New Dress Goods Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is alroady beginning to go out Every weave in favor this season is being shown and their beauty and elegance com mentedon by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys i I eCLOTHINII j Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that itiwill be a deoth blow to all competitors Just thing buying a good Cassimere Suit for Boys for 98c and a i 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 OVEIiCOATS are inowour Clothing it will pay you i jTfJ1If UJlJ1eIfWef81If j Fills nearly one entire room in the great store Cant name prices space wont permit If you fail to get our pricEs on Underwear you are bound somebody too much money for what you buy 1 We are the in nice Fleishers Shetland 90c per Ib Toilet Soap Cosmo 20c n box Best Spool Ac spool y r 10 Good Outing Cloth lie yd best 7J and 8J Good Percalesy5c yd best 8J nnd 91c yd New Line Fleec Back Waistigs 8c Good Jeans 121 nnd I5e best 25c Largo nice Towels 5c each Leaf Towels bleached lOc each Check Cotton for dresses and shirts lOc New line American Lady Mens Suspenders lOc Boys Suspenders 5c Lexington Yarn Ic Pear Buttons 5c dozen Good Calico Si 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 cashIshowing newest things Ladies Fancy Hosiery pairOurour prices tim lowest Fleece Buttermilk Cotton irGood qualityGood Clover Corsets and We are Sole Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee theHawes Hat War to theknife the knife to the hilt is the ruthless command that has gone forth against high prices in our SHOE DEPARTMENTYou canbuy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoes from us atpricesforgootl- stuff that you pay for trash elsewhere Dont buy a boot or shoe for child woman man or boy before you see our brrgains in shoes We give you the bestquahities and saveyou money Carpets Bugs Matting Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrella Mens and Boys Shirts Neckwear lor Men and Ladies Ladies Underskirts Grain BIIHats and Caps and anything else you want can be had hero 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 motto and a money saving to every customer We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us this fall and thanking your for past favors We are Very Respectfully WD OLDHAM o BUSY BEE CASH STORE l Ji p- o j t L t Sj 1 s J I he Richmond Climax J O CUENAULT President A D MILLER L Manager KOBTSCKOVE Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 20 1902 rCUHSHKlJ EVERY WKBXK3UAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorpora- tedANNOUNCEMENTS von CHIIUIT JUDGE Ye are au horfed to announce J M Den ton of Clark county as a candidate for Cir cult Judge in the 2JtU Judi ial dsstrict subject to the action of the Democratic party FOIl COMMON AEATVriIS ATTORNEY Wo am authorized to announce B A CttUTCIIEn of Jessamine County a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for 25th Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H JlItECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court suoject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate f6r the nomination for of tho Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Hoping that my many friend in the past will favorably consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and if nom mated I promise to use all honorable means to Fecure my election and if elected to endeavor us I have in the past to faithfully discharge ruy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for put and future favors I am Respectfully H Till TUE following is from the columns of the Cincinnati Enquirer Hon James B AJcCreary United States Senator elect came over to Cincinnati yesterday from Covingtou after closing his hustings work in the Ninth and Sixth Congressional Districts which arc embraced in Judge Paynters Ap pellate Court District J Gooch Kolioo and Paynter will all be reelected by increased majorities wild the Senator for their districts lire well organized and the Democrats united anti enthusiastic I was in Louisville a few days ago and going over the situation with the Democratic leaders I was thoroughly convinced that we will gain a Congressman and Judge of the Court of Appeals in that district The Republicans are making a three fight on Rhea in the Third Con gressional District but Ilhea is a game lighter himself and he is going to be elected by such a majority that Moss will never have the hardihood to contest his seat Wt will also gain a Judge of the Court of Appeals from that section of the State We arc cer lain of 10 out of the 11 Congressmen composing our delegation Yes I keep iu touch with the National Con gressional Campaign Committee from whom I have had three letters recently assuring mo that we will carry the House of Representatives Yes the race for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in our State will become interesting after the election when I KIII informed Uovuruor liecklmiu and Hon James D Black will formally an nounce their candidacy as Judge R J liroekinridge and Hon J KIIendrick have already What prediction do 1 niaka as to this Democratic majority in Kentucky at the approaching election 1 firmly believe it will be between 30 000 ana 10000 TIlE Democrats of Madison county must remember that we are to liavd two elections during the month of November The regular fall election 04ctire next Tuesday November 4 at uliiuli time we are to elect the Con greainan for tho Eighth Congressional district Then the Primary will be held on November 22nd to select a candidate for Circuit Clerk The two elections seemed lo have confused f ime Although them is but one can ilitUite to he voted on at the regular election it J8 very important that each mnl every Democrat in tle county votes Tho Democratic party is going to capture tho lower house of Congress a i this election and Madison county must share in the victory Your vote wilt count this year moro than it ever did before Dont think because it is an oft year that you will not be need ed for it is in oil years that great things are accomplishes So whatever you do come out next Tuesday and cast your billet for lion U G Gilbert of Shel by county Vote for Hon G G Gilbert a of Shelby for Congress next Tuesday CiFiBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY There is Hut One Way to decide this carpet ques tion and that is to comedown here anti look over this carpet stock AFew Reasons Why we claim your carpet bus mess We can show you a much larger assortment than any other store We Carry only reliable grades and qualities We guarantee every yard we sell We employ expert carpet cutters and layers We sell at all times as low as anybody and will un der no consideration or on account of any temporary conditions be undersold Come Here Before Placing Your Orde- rC1F1BfowerCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY LIiXINGTON1 KY i Ntl JUDGE PARKER in delivering hif barge to tho Grand Jury at Lexing nu Inst week is said to have remark ed If the men who have been con victed since I have been on this heath could march in at the door of hilt courtroom In a bodythey would fill this place as the number I believe it somewhere about 600 From 15 to 20 arc sent from this Court to the peni tentlary four times every year If cross could be put up at every spotjn this city where a man has fallen at the hands of another it would look like a cemetery as welras a city Osteopathy continued Irpin last week Instead of interfering with Nature Osteopathy assists her In this way only can disease be cured Sir John Marshall F R S in opening the session of the London Medical School in 1S03 said The vis medicatrix Nalurae healing power of Nature is tbe agent to employ in the healing of an ulcer or the union of a broken bone and it it equally true that the physician or surgeon never cured a disease he only ass sted the natural process of cure per formed by the intrinsic conservative energy of the frame and this is but the extension of the force imdarted at the origination of the individual being Osteopathy cnres by aiding Nature to harmonious action It rights what is mechanically wrong and leaves Na lUre free to act All the functions 01 the body depend at bottom upon ab solute freedom of bloodcirculation and nerveaction The nerves and blood vessels are found to suffer mechanical obstruction in the spine and in many parts of the body through contractions of muscles and of other soft tissues slight displacements of bony parts ligaments or tendons etc so that bloodvessels are compressed and pressure upon nerves pervert their action For example there is upon record the cure of a notedjcase ot insanity by the replacing of a cervical vertebra a small bone in the neck which had become deranged and was interfering with the circulation to the brain The causes of a vast number of diseases are found in minnte slips of the small bones composing the spinal column from which the fine nerves pass to every part of the body and control their action and condition of health Osteopathy makes a special search for all those causes of disease not regarded by the medical practitioner It makes a thorough examination of the body to determine what is wrong The fact that it does cure by righting what is mechanically wrong proves the correctness of its method Ridiculous tales are sometimes told by prejudiced persons of exposure of the body violence in treatment dan ger to the patient indecency etc which are entirely without foundation There is no indelicacy about examination or treatment What is done in no way exceeds propriety any more than do the actions of a physician in making a thorouhexamination A patient desires a thorough exami nation In making this it is frequently necessary to make it directly upon parts of the body but this is done with out exposure of the person The treatment is generally given to the part protected by a light garment Necessity may sometimes require it to be given directly upon the part but indelicacy may always be avoided This treatment is not rubbing kneading tapping or shaking It is proper Osteopathic manipulation for the relaxation of tissues the adjustment of partsf the stimulation of nervec and nervecenters and the liberation of bloodcurrents It commonly requires but a short tune and it is not rude nor painful Time frequency of the treatment depends upon the needs of the individual case It is determined by the careful judgment of the practitioner just as a doctor of medicine regulates his dosage by the needs ot the patient Try it and see Osteopathy has a re markable record in the cure cf thong and of cases which had been regarded as incurable Hopeless cases of years standing even in aced people have been cured Many of these cases hind been under thecare of eminent specialists and had sought relief by treatment in foreign lauds in vain finally to yield to Osteopathy This science treats all diseases acute and chronic It cures any curable disease and many heretofore regarded aa incurable such as exophthalmic goitre paralysis agitans locomotor ataxia etc It benefits many that U does not cure Results are permanent because gained by natural means and because tbe body is set right The effects are not transient Tho patient does not feel better only while under treatment he is cured to stay cured It is not like Faith Cure Christian Science Swedish movements or any thing else but Osteopotby No faith is required no hypnotism is used no bumbnggery is practiced The science is founded upon results As long as there are sick people in the world there will be a demand for results Osteopniy cures and the pa tient does not care how it does it Re suitS constitute the only recommendation the science ever had It may not be orthodox but its results sell jveep your money at home wnen you want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER MAULER Tailors GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Will Give a Concert The numerous friends of Miss Minnie Dykes will be glad to learn that she will give another concert in this city on November 7 It will be remembered that Miss Dykes gave a most pleasant entertainment hero last winter and her second appearance will looked forward to with pleasure This entertainment will he given under the auspices of the Cecil iau Club Miss Dykes will be as sistetl by Mr William L Amslar violinist and Mr ODonald tenor Catarrh Caanol Be Cured with Local Applications as they cannot niasli the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dl sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Curo is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun try Ice years and is a regular tion It is composed of the best blood r actn on the comblnaItionCtaKhJ Send for testimonials free 01Solll THE OW RELIABLE p biK G POWDER Absolutely Pure THEPEJS NO SUBSTiTUTE PERSONAL Miss Callie Edwards of Ford Is visiting to the city Mr Thomas H Pickels spent several days in Lexington last week Mrs Elmer Doatherago returned homo Friday from Lexington Miss hattie Letcher visited Miss Emily lietcher in Danville last week Miss Harriet Parrish spent from Saturday until Monday in MHIersburR Mr Kirby Chambers of Louisville spent Sunday with friends in the city Mrs John E Greeuleaf and Miss N H Jennings were in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs Jonah Wagers of Es till county were in Richmond over Sunday MOOIdaySterling MrsG M Edgar left Saturday for Lewisburg W Va where she will visit relativesMrs J Clay Js entertaining her mother Mrs Nannie Fish of Nich olasville Misses Addio liunley Bessie Coylo and Bessie Dudley were in Lexington last week Mrs Carlo B Brittain and son are time guests of her sister Mrs Shanks in Stanford Miss Annie Wagers ot Irvine spent several days last week with Mrs Claude Smith Miss Lucy Logan is visiting Mrs Thomson Burnam of Richmond Shelby Sentinel Miss Sallie Taylor has returned home from a visit to her aunt Mrs Tevis Witkerson in Lexington Mr and Mrs C J Myers of Lexing ton have been visiting Mrs W E Myers on East Main street Misses Lucy and Josephine Logan of Shelbyville are the charming guests of Mrs Thompson Burnniii Mrs R c Stockton and daughter spent from Saturday until Monday with relatives iu Versailles Mr and Mrs Irvine Pnxther of Lexington have been the guests of relatives here for a hew days Mrs Sherman Dudley who was the guest of her sister Mis G G Prewitt returned to Chicago Tuesday Miss Lee Prathcr who is attending business college in Lexington spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Pallio Ails of Paris is the pleasant guest of Mrs W E Luxon Sr on the Tales Creek pike Mr Emmett P Miller returned Fri day night from Ohio where he hiss been with the view of locating Mr and Mrs Ashton Gilkey of North Middletown visited Dr L R Henry several days last week Mr Robert McFarlaud of Hender son was in the city last week visiting his uncle Hon Grant E Lilly Miss Elizabeth Hudson returned to her home in Lancaster Friday after a visit of two weeks to friends here Mr and Mrs Charles Matthews of Dallas Texas are the delightful guests of Miss Mary Matthewsat the Glyudou Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivner of Station Camp Estill county were guests of relatives here Monday and Tuesday Mr and Mrs T J Noble of McLean Ills are guests of the formers brother Mr Paul Noble and family near Union CityMrs Frank Miller of Lexington has been the guest of her mother Mrs Finneil on Water street for several days I Miss Ada Wagers of WIsemantown Estill county has been the guest of her brother Superintendent J W Wagers and family Mrs RA Woolums who lisa been visiting in Chicago Falmouth and Paris for the past six weeks has returned homo Mrs Lewis B Harrington of Macon Georgia arrived Monday for a short visit to her mother Mrs Eugenia Hume on Lancaster avenue Mrs J D Clark and children of Lexington are expected tomorrow to be the guests of Mrs It E Turley and Mrs L It Blanton until Saturday Miss Margaretta Smith returned home Saturday night from a de lightful visit to her brother Mr J Speed Smith Jr in Washington City Mrs Clark Kellogg and little daugh ter Marie Louise who have been visiting Cincinnati and Lexington are at homeMr T Wells and son Thomas of Richmond were hero Monday looking over the stock of the Racket Store with a view to purchasing sameAn derson News Mrs E B Hume entertained the Ladies Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church most delightfully on last Wednesday afternoon from three to five oclock Misses Polly Richards Mary Tribble Helen lieaslcy Harriet Parru h Mar garet Myers and Lucille Collins went to Millersburg Saturday to be present at the district meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society Mr sod Mrs R P McCord announce time engagement of their daughter Miss Berthenia McCord to Mr Clinton Woodbury Howard of Whatcom Washington The wedding will take place in the early winter Capt John D Feeny will leave next week for Butte Montana to spend the winter with his soB Mr J D Feeny Jr Capt Forays health has not been very good and his Meads hope this change may be beneficial to him Lexington Democrat Among the outoftown guest present at the burial of Dr Edwin Poyntr were Miss Bottle Owens Mrs Pierce WInn Mrs Robert Gate wood Jfrs J L White Mr Asa Bean of Mr Sterl MaMrPcyatUe Invitations have been received here to thin inarrlagd of Miss Lucy Wake field to Mr Charles McMakin which will take place in November Mr McMakln s well remembered here having been a student at Central University for several years and very popular in college and fraternity cir cles Mrs Kiltie Hisle who is now in her ninetyfourth year has been the guest of her son Mr Willis Hisle near town for several days Mrs His is a re markably well preserved old lady and makes regular visits to her children over the country Sue has a sister liv lug in Estill county who has passed the century mark As Mr Gentry is an old Richmond boy the followlngclipplng taken from a Nashville paper will be read with interest by his many friends here Last evening Mrs M O Lea of Waverly Place entertained with a six oclock dinner as a compliment to Mr and Mrs Richard Lawson Gentry Jr who were recently married Only a limited number of guests were present and the delightful informality of the occasion made It charming In every de tailThe Atchison Knnsas Daily dated October 20 has the following notice which will be of interest to their many friends here and in Kentucky Mrs John M Price who has just returned from a three months visit at her old home in Kentucky says she had three big company meals every thy while away and never felt better in her life than she feels now No trace of dys pepsin She was taken from one house to another in carriages drawn by fast Kentucky horses and when she came back brought a box weighing 125 pounds containing threo hams three cheeses Kentucky cordial eight years old all kindsjof preserves and pickles and an assortment of rare garden and field seeds Mrs Price savs her usual dinner was about as follows Boiled ham three years old chicken pie fried chicken sweet potatoes cooked two ways Irish potatoes cooked two ways tomatoes raw and cookedIcorn cooked two ways baked apples two kinds of salad ice cream and sherbet all kinds of pickle and preserves hot biscuit and butter salt rising bread Mrs Price says the people of Ken tucky are so nice it is a joy to visit them Her daughter Lila aecompan her and they visited the following places Estill Springs Irvine Rich mond Mt Sterling Winchester Paris and Cynthiana Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others KIRKSVILLE The sick are all off the list now except Mr James Layton and he is mending rapidly Nat Cotton Jr bought three fat hogs which averaged 333 pounds at Cc per pound Born to the wife of Constable Ben Gulley a girl who will be christened Geneva Pastor J M Bruce preached Satur day and Sunday to large congregations He administered the ordinance of Baptism at the Moran mill dam Sun day morning The churches aro on the boom in Kirksville The Christian church hits been newly paiLted and now the Pres byterian church is undergoing exten sive repairs The Baptists are arrang lug to build a new house of worship in the near future Rev J M Bruce is holding a meet ing at Freedom church Garrard count assisted by Rev Stamper of Nich olas vi lie Mr W P Prewitt the Auctioneer brought to tho postoffice a beet that measured thirty inches and weighed six and a halt pounds Mr J B Walker has sold his dwell ing house and lot to Mr Clay Blak Oman for 3400 Wo are glad to wel come Mr4 Blakeman to our town Prof Secrest says his school is im proving and the outlook is flattering since the scarlet fever scare is over The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to byStocktonCecilian Club Notes America as a Musical Nation In presenting this article to this club I feel my inability to discuss tho subject in a thorough way for lack of in formation and books However I shall give the smathering impressions that occur to me In the first place I would not caH America a musical nation in the sense in which Germany or Italy are musical nations In America we do not culti vate the arts as do the older nations In Italy and Germany music is taught in the schools with as much emphasis as we teach mathematics When a boy or girl gets through the public school in those countries he has been taught the theory and also the practi cal management of at least one musi cal instrument In this way the musi cal ability of the nation is developed comImen A few girls and possibly not onehalf of them take on the piano more take than learn Whatever emphasis is put on music is certainly put on the pjano and tho voice Time flute zither cornet harp oboe and such like instruments are utterly neg lected I doubt if the flute is played in Madison county In looking over theorchestra that entertain Americans we find that nearly every member is a foreigner Of course here and there we find au American performer of note but they are few and far between Timers are quite a number of good American pianist and violinists In singing the condition is better in met it is encouraging Still we have the experience every year of having some noted foreigner charm the nation in the realms of soiig In composition we havea number of men and women who stand prom supposeMcDowell composer even among the best As to the rest I cannot say tor lack of infor mation I think the underlying cause of our deficiency in all of the arts IB the American ideals of life These Ideals arerraateriallBtlc success js the watchword and by success wo mean wealth Proficiency is a secondary matter The muses are not to be rushed butraro wooed in quietness and with the pure heart without which none can see God nor any ear hear tho music of His voice Meat dishes 10 cents each i one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound RiCE SveltE GeyernetqapISlyr tiI 1 jS j L J At TheGrand 9 era House hAt Valley Forge llifs now Colonial play which will bathe Jienini attrac Ftidnfnightsuccessful play produce f from the pen of Wm L Roberts It is distinctly historical drama anti from Its first production immediately tpk rank with the Anthony lope romances as a stirring sterling love story in which the pathos of a trying times mingled with this laughter of an Irresistible comedy The author is credited with being all times as tender as Cowpiir us patriotic as Whittier majestic as Bryant and as funny as Twain The extremes of wisdom and wit sense and jest are mingled with the samo careful judg meat to bring forth laughter and tears The production from a scenic stand point has been spoken of as being un usually elaborate Mks Josephine Foy will be seen at the head of time presenting company and her support has been carefully selected hAt Valley Forge Wm L Roberts colonial drama which will be seen here for the first time iii this city is a play on a moat interesting subject and deals with the love story of a dashing captain of Gen Washingtons Continental Army anda charming Tory maid whose manor home is situ ated near the winter camp of the Con tinental troops at Valley Forge Time dialogue is brisk and convincing and epigrammatical in its point while the comedy is brought out in an easy manlier Time play is mounted in an un usually elaborate manner showing the quaint architecture and iplendsd woodlands which once surrounded Valley Forge and Teuton during the days of our colonial ancestors Time present jug company is one of unusual merit and is headed by Mite Josephine Fey who will be seen iu the leading role Certain Cure lor Dysenter and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party icycletripbany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacej ville Messen ger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before start ing and one on the routo I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottlo of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton Ha gan 1m At The New Opera House MissFayTemple time graceful dan cer with Pecks Bad Boy does an ex ceedingly clever too dancing act An other leading feature will bo the famous Travesty Sextette presenting a short travesty on Floradora Prices 25 So 50c If you dont feel on just good terms with yourself and arc a little bit blue go to the Now Opora House Tuesday Nov 4 und see Pecks Bad Boy and take our word for it that rOil will feel one hundred per cent better because the fun will drive it all away from you It is a wonderful euro and has never been known to frit Louinill A tItk nilroQ DAILY EX SUNDAY IlBAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VcnutlllcaLaxTrenceburg She 3tSpmand IamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington andfllMamCincinnati slCr m pmFromC M DROWNING Gen Mgr KyURichmond Ky Let us make that old wit look like new by new process STOUFFER MAHUIR Tailors G THE Lexington A Democrat es THE ONLYeSs DAILY t Democratic Paper i PUBLISHED IN THE IL Blue Grass Region 1 It Is especially devoted to the interest of the Uemccrat Ic party and ires all tbe news wit vor Subscription Price 50 a Year A 15 Cents a Week by Carrier IL W P WALTON 1 J MGRc Dr Uobson dentist next doe Government building If Richmond Ky SO CUSS A GOLD IN ONE DA7 Take laxative ISromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money U It fails to euro liW Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Bring in tour oU suit and trousers and have them cleaned and pressed by tho new process STOUFFER M AJILEB Tailors Lexington Combination Cattle Co will hold their second sale of Short Horns in the Tattersalls building on November 14 and 15 of 120 cattle con signed by the bet Breeders in Central Kentucky J F COOK Mgr 2t Lexington Ky In the day of old When Knights were bold And Barons held their way Folks loved the silver and time gold Just as they do today lu all ages silver and gold have swayed tho world Jewelry hold sub lime facinatiou for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices you wilt regard with favor Come in and see the handwork of the best gold and silver smiths in the land Jewelry is something you should buy of one in whom you not only have confidence but who has tho necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years of experience give na that knowledge tf L E LANE A Communication Mr EdtorAhiow me to a few CoughRenmethvwith the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any relief until my got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely relieved me W S Brocknian Bagnell Mo This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Hagan 1m for Rent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCord In good repair largo garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKSON A ROBERTS For Sale Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I toffer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and suf ficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address- S L TUDOE Proprietor septl7tf Irvine KY GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Beat This 4 00 Lap Robe of ours if you can added to this prico will not secure its equal elsewhere This doublefaced flue quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of time many in our stock This is the handsomest line that was ever in tho city All these Roods possess many at tractiyo features not the least of which is their handsome appearance and durability Lap Robes stall prices from 150 upwardsT J Moberley Aint You Got No Homett Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Do you want to make a change Then take ad vantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the Ds a1Q5ounmcs Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of eat h month up to and including April 21st 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett TP A Louisville Ky FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to Miller Bros are to be found of every description but of the besfc qualities excellent workmanship and such that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only My work is well known to those who have dealt with me before and to newcomers I am prepared to furdish RichmondIRemodeling Repairing and Dying isdoneLexingtonvisit factlBERNHAIp LOWENTHAL y Practi I Hanufacturiae Furrier 357WKaio Street j VIttsMUl4IQ LexingtOn t Ky t The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous WvikIingSkfrits Made of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at S375 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 skirtingfullflounce 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 groan white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations roc Moire Velonre 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season USe Fancy Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8J 10 and 15c a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Rag 25 and lOc Childrens Purses with dial imSc Call in anti see our goods and bo prettiestline OWEN McKEE 1lfcBf F1I Opening AT LOUIS GUS STRAUS cWe have received our new fall line of Alfred Benjamin Cos Swell SUITS and OVERCOATS a line of chosen favorites The principal recommendations of these goods are Good Cloth Perfect Fit Latest Fashion Careful Finish and Correct Prices We have the largest and best line of boys and childrens clothing in Lexington and 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 lOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY OF OUR MERCHANT DEPffiJfflKichardLargest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky Most Beautiful Line of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in Richmond can now be found at mv store I v V St The Best and most up to date markets in the United States have beeri sought with1 the result that todaynd DtyGoods House Central Ky can out class our vast iinmyhueThe Millinery Department is in every particular firstclass and you can see the beautiful fair styles by calling at my store Give me a call before going elsewhere J0J l l SMITHA i rJ7 rasa Bros SECOND STREET rHONB nice new stock of TIhc- lose Gro ri t prices Tpnts for optFk lie Richmond Climax BSESUAY OCT 20 1902 Your city taxes are now e Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Friday night will bo Halloween Rooms for rent npply Mrs Sallie Warlsep 10tl When vou want oysters go to Frasa s on Second street The extreme dry spell was broken t fine rain Sun Jay ziiht Kanawha Salt at L R ntons oct J3m Full blooded arragansttt turkeys saleJns C F CIIKKAULT t2a4t The National Fox Hunters Asso tioii will iet at Bowling Grten vember 10th A rulber tire baby buggy almost owl as new for sale cheap Call this office tf A day like yesterday caused the man to wear a sadder face but the man smiles all over Look out for the W 11 Harris fashioned colored minstrel at Shep d Hal Saturday night November 8 I The Hate Grand Lodge of Knights I Pvtiiias is In session in Louisville vine convened yesterday morning Kext Monday will be county court If yon owe the CLIMAX n dollar in and see us and your visit will appreciated 15tiXw hard brick for sale at t8 pet usand by D G Wiggins Bro In re at Xc Opera House or grocery Irvine street oci29tf Mr E B Hume and family will iive tljis week to the flume reui ce on Lancaster Avenue which Hnuie recently purchased The annual meeting of the State ami Lodge of Odd Fellows has just seJ nt Hopkiiisville Lexington i tc meeting fnr next year Vote for Hon G G Gilbert Shelby for Congress next uesday November 4th Ocr Lour and a half of uproarious Mrs Wijcgs ia the incarnation tie suMiinc anti the ridiculous the radius philosopher of The Cab Patch Rev II G Turner bought last jk of the Safety Building and Loan social ion a house anti lot on the nrr of Fourth and Glyndon streets ce paid being 700 Come and see our now jackets ts caps Monte Carlos and furs e styles fur this year are beautiful the price low You are cordially ite1to inspect these new and elc it garments WHITE 3 GiBSON iu Wednesday Not 5th Mr Harry an Lennis will present Mrs Wiggs the ai bage Patch Miss Hcgans iniug story at Grand Opera House e h uk has reached a sale of 85000 i Mr Dennis has given his dramatic sin of it all over the State MIs A D Iteidu Dolsarte enter lIfwnt at Kirksvillo in Shepherds was a treat of real excellence in ysical culture The drills pauto Ill ableaux and recitations were icaed with grace and ease and were eraining in the superlative degiee Anyrne desiring good warmuand deciforts for winter should cont tbe Ladiei Missionary Society of iirut Presbyterian church as they prepared to do tndi work and will g nl to have your orders The So ty will either furnish everything or ply make the comforts For fur- r particulars call on o address W H Dodgeor Mrs A D Miller Coat Opening VLite Gibson will have their nn Cloak Opening on Friday and Sat ay Oct 31 and Nov 1 Oat Apia urram the little daughter ol Mr d Mrs Con Taylor who recently fell ile at school and suffered a fracture the coliar hone is now able to be out Fcr Rent My residence ori West Main street fmediate Oisession One year or ore Address pc20tf T S HAGA- SBrlautJillc Ky To Farm Mr It L FreneliUte popular dairy an has rented the larih belonging to 18 Cynthia Kair on the Otter Creek- e and will remove thereto the first January Boquet Flour is the heat Try a sack Frnsa Boa Second street actrersIsnervous prostration All of her engagements have been cancelled Halloween Party Infirmary nighttoThe Louisville Times says Mr bestknown nrtlsUcof the story in charming fashion Grand Opera House Nov 5 6t ts A Good Mao Mr B F Holninn formerly mana ger of the Blue Grass Grocery has ac cepteda position as salesman with A Dobrowski tho First street clolhter To Erect a OIurch The Meihodlts havo purchased n most desirable piece ol gronua at Red House and will begin the building of a new church at oi ce it being their de slro to have it ready for use by cold weather Improving rho latest news from Mr Letcher Grinstead who is at his home in Flein insburg with fever is that he is improving slowly His many friends here will be glad to welcome him back to Richmond and his place behind tbe counters at Rice and Arnolds Life Interest Sold The life interest in the farm of Major J T Estill was sold by the Master Commisssoner last Wednesday and was bought by a syndicate composed of Messrs T E Baldwin J A Sulli van N B Dcatheraue H H Colyer and Jason Stagner Tho sale realzed 502 Democrats This is the last day to register If you were sick or out of the city on the regular registration day you will be given an opportunity to enroll your name today Do it by all means and then you will bo ready to votefor lldn George G Gilbert next Tuesday At GoTincton On the invitation of the Democratic Committee of Covington Hon James B McCreary spoke to a large assemblage of voters in tliat city Friday night He also spoke at Winchester Monday after noon county court day when a great crowd of the faithful of Clark county greeted him Fox tlnntcrs Heeling The next National Fox Hunters As sociation will meet at Bowling Green the week of November 10th An invitation to meet at Bedford City Va had previously been accepted but It developed that that town bas neither foxes nor hotol accommodations Bowling Ureon will furnish both New Fiesaiptionht Dr George Reesor formerly of Lex ington is the new proscriptionist at Stocktons dng store Dr REesor comes highly recommended in his pro fession nnd has already made many friends among the business men of thr city He moved his family from Lex in ton last week Richmond Man Honored Last week at the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons Mr Robert R Hurnnm of this city was elected to tho office of Deputy Grand High Priest by the Grand Chap tar of Royal Arch Masons A better selection could not have been made Mi Hurnan isa thorough Mason and the honor is worthily bestowed Captured the Whole Works Capt W T Short made a successful raid on Buck Creek Estill county last week when he destroyed a large still together with about eleven hun dred gallons of beer and sixty gallons of low wine The operator Jack Mc Kinney is now in the Richmond jail awaiting his trial in the November term of the Federal court New Erick 200000Ibrick if you have any building to do They are the large brick ard will gain 80 per cent over any brick on the mar ket Prices from 6 per thousand up Delivered anywhere in cily limits Yard on Irvine street oct20 4t SAJII RICE A Sunday Fire Shortlv afternoon Sunday tlio fire department was called to n house on the L A railroad just above the station Everything being so extremely dry the fire gained rapid headway and the efforts of the fire laddies were almost fruitless Tbe house was tho property of Mr David Myers and was occupied by Peter Cobb and family who were away from home The origin of the fire Is unknown None of the contents were saved except a cooking stove To Be Operated Upon Today Mr Harry Scrivner of Winchester who has been a great suffer for several months past from appendicitis came over lat Friday to consult with Dr H It Gibson about an operation It was found absolutely necessary as Mr Scrivner has already had the third serious attack He returned to Richmond yesterday and is now at tbe Gibson In firmary where he will undergo an operation this morning Mr Scrivnera many friends hero will wait anxiously for news from him and trust for his safe and speedy recovery L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico Coal oct J3mo and Opening Of PAll SwFdngs rgest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever ned in Central Kentucky from which we make order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat ive us a call before you buy out of the cityWe rantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below reingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SWehaAG added a cleaning and pressing depart cut and cwijServe you on short notice ls2 itc HandMade R SUITSREADY TQ WEAR Every essential detail carefully made by hand Handmade tlatgivethat fit the chest and hold shape without a wrinklethese fea Suitsthepatterns to choose from at 15 18 20 and 2250 pricesfineevery s msewed with extra silk thread andIlIvery suit war plovesotherwiseGreat 1250 1000 and 800 Other Suits as Low as 500 BootsExtra Snag Proof Felt Boots at 225to250C- alf and Kip Boots a choice collection at 2 2 50 3 3 50 and 4 Boys Coots n saving on every pair New Rural Routes Rural free delivery service has bee n ordered established at Cynthiana commencing about December with three carriers The length of the route is lol miles Oone West Mr Cal East of Union has removed his family to Oakland California where they will reside in the future Mr Easts address will be 153 E 19th St Oakland Pal matt lox at tord What is said to be small pox has broken out in the family of Jordon Howard of Ford It is of the mildest variety however and no danger is ap preheuded Winchester Democrat fo Be Tried Here Sam Stamper a onelegged man was tried before the U S Commissioner at Mt Sterling last week on a charge of retailing hqnor without license He was held over to the November term of thin Federal Conrt in this city but failed to give bond Runaway Accident Miss Carolyn Reid of Mt Sterling well known here having frequently visited her sister Mrs D M Chenault has recently had a very narrow escape from death While out driving with a young gentleman friend some par of the harness broke causing the horse to run Both occupants were thrown to the ground Miss Rid suffered seme verv painful bruises while her com panion escaped unhurt Friends here will be glad to know the accident was no more serious ftak All Two large beets which have been on exhibition at the Thurman Grocery Company for the past week have at tracted a great deal of attention One weighs just four pounds while the other tips the beam at eight pounds and one ounce They were raised by Lewis Peyton who lives on the Third sheet road near town He bought the seed from Mr Thurman last spring and was so pleased with his success that he brought in these samples to show his friends Going to Taint Lick Dr J G Bosloy who for a number of years has been practicing at Union City has decided to remove to Paint Iick on November 1 and fill the va cancy caused by the death of Dr Ed win Poyniz We congratulate the peo PlO of that village in having such a gentlemanas Dr Bosley among them Besides being a fine physian he Is strictly a fine fellow upright and hon est in all his dealings What is Union Citys loss is most certainly Paint Licks gain and we are pleased to know that Dr Bosley will still be close enough to be a neighbor to Richmond and pay ns an occasional call We wish him much success in his new Held Resolutions Whereas It has pleased tho Supreme Architect of the Universe to call from our midst Dr C Edwin Poyntz to take his place in the Grand Lodge on high arid Whereas We deeply mourn the loss of our departed brother who practiced In his daily life tho principles of Masonry Resolved that in the death of Bro PoyufzfPaiiit tick Lodge No 140 has lost a true and faithful brother and the community a good and upright citizen Resolved that we extend to lila bereaved family our deepest sympathy and commend them to tbe lire of Him who bas power to heal the broken hearted Resolved That these resolutions be spread at large upon tbo records of the lodge also published in our local papers and a copy under the seal of the Lodge be sent to brother Poyntz family W S FJsrr A B ESTEIDOE Committee RK BBASLKT Sccrti1TY Boots and Shoes Wo want your Boot and Shoo tradr and if youll give us half a chance well get it and keep itto your jrofit boysFootwearIn Madison county Wo controlsuch brands as Hanan Florsheim WalkOver BillWell prieefromtion reliableWork Shoes cannot le pqnaled ftr foot comfort durability rill price economy J00 to 250 faienUp Taken up as estray a small brown suckling mare mulewas taken upon Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have saino by properly proving ownership and paying charges J H Allman tf Chief of Police failed to 5elL oniBurgin Taylor were to have been sold publicly last Saturday in front of the Court House but owing to the low price 1000 bid on it the sale was declared oil as the property originally cost 2500 Gem Bennett H Young At the Confederate Veterans Re union at Louisville last week Col Ben nett H Young was elected Major General of the Kentucky Division to sue ceed General J M Poyntz General Poyntz has held the office for three years and declined the fourth nomina thou A Card RICHMOND KY OCT 23 To The Public I take this method to thank the friends of my dead son for their many kind deeds their generous sympathy their unselfish devotion to him in his last hours when his lifes blood poured out from his cruel wounds- I cannot find words to express what I feel but hope you will understand a fathers love for his sou prompts me to say that I am truly grateful to all J M POYSTZ A Narrow Escape What seems a miraculous escape from terrible injury and probably death occurred last Wednesday morning when Helen the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Wailer Bennett was run over by a horse driven by Mr Parker Gregory The fact that Mr Gregory was driving very slowly is all that saved the child who as it was received some slight bruises and scratches Mr Bennett had gone down the street leaving the children at home but Helen decided to go also and attempted to follow her mother with the result as stated above New their Firm Mr Thomas Samuels fof a number of years a resident of Pineville has moved his family to Richmond and will occupy Mr Robert Harris pretty new cottage on Third street Mr Sam uels will go into the livery business at the stand occupied by Mr Elan Million the latter having decided to return to his firm in the county We arc al ways glad to havA such citizen PS Mr Samuels and family come to our town and we extend to them a most hearty welcome and wish him much success in his new business adventure The Gncd Opens Friiiy Night The Grand Opera House which has been erected bythe Odd Follows will be formally opened to tho public on Friday evening when at Valley Forge a story of Colonial fame will be presented We trust tho people of Richmond and surrounding county wilt patronize this new undertaking andj make it a success This now us two good play houses and we shouldnt want lor amusement during the win ter season Tickets for Friday evenings play are now on sale at Wines Drugstore As this is the first play at the Grand it is hopedthero will be a full house tot Sale Ftrntely- I offer for sale privately two of the most desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east ot Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No 1 Is known as the Won Terlll farm imliprovedcistern on porch and noverfallio stock water good young orchard anti and one of the befit barns ia Madison No 2 known as theM F Todd faraij contains 24fr acres is teo well imp my and well watered Call on or address Wiisox TAT- KseplWm Meterty Ky Pants ARE Every year we them sends his for pair They made the best English duroy sewed with waxed thread every rips a new pair Free for the We think them best in world Try once Prices are 35O AND And some extra fine at 5 150 and 2 Covingion Banks Poll Books Ready The CLIMAX has been atwork for the past week on the poll books to be used in tho election to be held next Tuesday are about com pleted antI will be turned over to tie County Clerk today to be delivered to the election officers on Court Day The are larger than usual this year on account of the very large vote polled in the county election last fall Senator HcCrearys Speech The Conrt House was well filled yes terday to hear the speech of Senator Jas II McCreary His speech was aI plain presentation of the political Issues of the day and his arraignment of the Republican party for their broken promises was scathing He was intro duced by Capt Hathaway Winches ter Democrat tomiaf to Town To mention Pecks Bad Boy to a boy is the next best thing to tolling him that a circus is coming to town You will nil whether young or not have the opportunity of seeing that frolic some youth disporting himself and making life a burden for all who come in contact with him Prices 25 35 and SOc Good Sale The Herndon Walker sale which occurred last was attend ed by an unusually large crowd and everything sold well Col D W Tribble cried the sale Cattle brought from 3t to 41 cents cows 18 to 41i mules from 5C5 to 140 horses 76 to 164 sheep 2 to 3 per bead One pair of yearling mules brought 100 Corn brought 190 in the heap Want Correct History At the recent Conlederate meeting the question of the treatment of the Confederate cause and especially the Confederate armies by the school histories in current use was considered A committee was appointed to see that no history shall be used in Kentucky schools which does not do justice to the Confederate cause Capt Hathaway of this city Is a prominent member of this committee Winchester Democrat At Lawreacecnrg The Eighths Congressional District Educational Association has just closed a most interesting session of two at Lawrencebnrg Prof H II Brock Superintendent of Cnldwcll High School Prof Nolmul and Sup J William Wagers were inatten dance Prof Brock who was one of the principal speakers or the program made an The Richmond delegation succeeded in getting the next meeting of the association which will be held here the last Friday and Saturday in October of next year Prof Brock was made chairman of the executive committee and Mr Wagers chairman of the program committee for next year Ma Dykes Concert Mr Ambsler the talented violinist who will assist Miss Dykes in her con cert to be given here November 7th i a mucian of rare ability The follow ing aresoine clippings from other papers in towns where he is known A pronounced sucCess ho is gifted and trained He has a brilliant future The Journal Dayton Ohio Of the gentlemen of the company Mr William L Ambeler viollnst won high approval for his beautiful work Although quite young his technique was remarkable and his work seemed to be inspired with the true Artists tone Sunday TimesUnion and Citizen Jacksonville Flori- daDEATHS STONKrs James Bronston died at her Imoe sear Million of COB sumption in the 23rd year of her age Deceased lava hHstxmd and one child Her b ariEl took place in the Million juwjing ftrotid For Gilbert Millions For Improvements Extensive improvements involvirg a total expenditure of three million or dollars are to be begun at once upon the Kentucky Central division of the L N railroad system This is to be in the straightening out of sharp curves in time entire recon struction of bridges upon the south end of the division between Paris and Livingston Ky and in the purchase of motive power The company has or dered for delivery within a year twen tyfive of the latest improved freight engines termed skyscrapers de signed and constructed with a view to drawing trains of fifty or more load ed cars From company officials it is understood that these extensive improvements have been decided upon at this time in order to have the divis ion lit first class shape by the time the JellicoKnoxvillo extension now being pushed to completion is finished the new system has been completed Cinctnnati will be provided with a modern freight carrier from Atlanta Knoxville and other Southern territory not now directly connected with the 1 N lines A Unique Character One of the most unique characters in this part of the State is Stephen A Douglas Miller of color who lives at the home of Mr James Robinson near Hubble He was born in Madison county and was owned and reared by Col Irvine Miller a very wealthy and aristocratic gentleman On one occasion when a mere boy Doug as he is called was told to call in the farm hands for the noonday meal and decided to proclaim the glad tidings Irom the house top lie accordingly ascended to tha roof perched himself on the edge of a large chimney and blew a loud blast on bis dinner horn So in tent was he on being that lie for got his position and tumbled headlong down the chimney injuring his spine so severely as to render him unfit for the heavier class of labor and was final ly placed in the kitchen where he soon became an expert in tho culinary art He lived in Madison until about 12 years ago when be came to this county and bas lived alternately with the families of Messis George P Bright and Jna Robinson doing the cooking for them most of the time Douglas contends that as he does tbe work of a woman he should dress like one and dons feminine garb on all occasions Ho himself nlolt item the rest of his race and associates with them but little On Sunday attired iu his best dress he attends service at the white Baptist church Hubble com in n UPS with the other members and will lead in prayer whenever he is given the opportunity In politics be is an uncompromising Democrat which per haps is his most peculiar if not most commendable trait and each year goes back to Madison to cast his for tbe nominees of that party Unlike the average of today bo is consul ered exceptionally trustworthy and has never been known to nbuse the confidence placed in him but on tho other band seems to appreciate it He is the recipient of many little kindnesses from his white kin folk as be terms them and is grateful to every one who befriends hint Yet with it all he is humble and polite knows his place and keeps itand to be is one of this fRw who can stand good treatment without becoming afflicted with that degree of familiarity which breeds insolence and contompt In fact he remia4s one of tbe oldtime darkey BOW rapidly yielding to the- ravagesftImneand to whonthe master was so ataIy ajJached in the halcyon of the Sotth before the war IntettoTJoBraal bar bamleoiae URe of samples and pteee gooda bekJceyol1Ibuy your fan stilt oc overeoat Prices Sfobt- STOBW R A X ILEBfTailorsI MW UM OMP MA TTwrki i tlM 0ILaxatlw BMMIB fcjafije fa19- Wlea si4 toM To eve HI pay Piss T T T r4 Right Place For Fine Overcoats Therell be more new Overcoats worn this winter than youve seen for many seasons Money is to buy with withoutfearofbeiugout inAmericaSchloss Bros If want price its here as small as 5 a coat if prefer elegance we have it as fine as 25 for coats that equal in Style Fit and Finish the 40 madetoorder kinds and weve a matchless showing of great values at 78 10 1250 15 18 and 20 rI An Early Visit Will Profit You 1 L J 1 Keystone Corduroy GUARANTEED sell more and more Keystone Corduroysone man wears and neighbor a are from Cor the strongest and seam warrantedif- it asking the the them 3 41 Other good Corduroys at congressional They pall books Wednesday John exeellentaddress taken Vote money spent When direct heard holds vote Negro plain white days See plentiful you low you pairs Mens 300 Boys 75c 6 Boys Knee Pants JO 50c To J See All the Cash Stock Sales The largest crowd that was ever seen in Mt Sterling on Court Day and about 4000 cattle on the market with trade lively but at prices a little lower than last court The best sale of the day a lot of 1100lb steers at iGO Many 1000 Ib cattle sold at 4ja and below this figure 3c to fl heifers at Sc to 31cows at 2c tJ 3c bulls at 14 to2c A large number of mules on the market and sold for good Sterling Sentinel Democrat Foot The Richmond foot ball team head ed Clay Wagers went to Mt Sterling Saturday to line up with the High School team of that place The game was a very close ono score being 11 to 5 in favor of Mt Sterling Dave Parrish made the touchdown in first half Jerry Parrish went through center lot 75 yds run Line up is as fol lows Price Center i Parrfshy L Guard c R Guard Huguely 1 Tackle D Parrish R Tackle Wagers LEnd Worrell ItStone B Half BAck L Half Back JJarrish FullBAck Hamilton Qsuwler Tho boyswHI meet the team oatka University field ftKtSat ardayrand a splendid jtaqae k expected Allwlio eefcy a Rood MM 8 t MtMd eMMNtIII Outfits For Boys Everything here for boys from the little tot in first pants up to the manly fellow with his first sweetheart and Just as much came for stvle and quality as we show in mens apparel Overcoats Suits Shoes Boots Hats Caps Under wear Gloves everything needful for winter style and comfortSpecial Shoes Extra qualityheavy sole high tope just the tIming for winter wear Bring the boy to see them 1125 to 1 75 Black Cat Stockings are best for boys try a pair 200 Pants 75c to 3 25 Suits to JOO to was JW1 End Dunn rJeJHt Ills ings ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth O- fCLOTHINGTO BE SACRIFICED t 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap pricesiSEE OUR STOCK OF Mil QUILTS BLANKETS Etc Dontt Fail Visit Millinery Department And The New And Nobby Styles Respectfully Trade Submitted B V ELDER Yearlings prlceslIt Reesei Nieholatrville tks MATRIMONIALBowMAcWssTC and Miss Myrtle West of this city were married at Berea last Wednesday HENSLKYWILDEK Mr R B lens ley and Miss Rachel Wilder were married at the brides home near Brass field Thursday VKATCIIGALLOWAY M Veatch of this city and Miss Mancy Galloway of Berea were united in marriage lost ThursdayIn the large double wedding which recently occurred in Lexington and in which Mr Algan Wells and Miss Mary Hibler and Miss Ethel Rib ler and Harvey Smith were the contracting parties we would make men tion that one of the grooms Mr Wells Is an old Madison county boy being the son of Mr Baxter Wells who for years was a valued resident of Speed well Later ho moved with his family to this city where they resided for sev oral years SCBIVXERBLACK News comes from Canon City Colorado of the marriage- at that place of MiA ATnyine Black well to Mr Willie Joe Scrivner which occurred on October 2Cth Both these yoang people are well knows here having only recently tone west to make their home Mr and Mrs Harry Cosby Mrs Scrivner laa na tive of Winchester but ba made Rich mond her home Sos some time past Mr Scrivner Ruth lately has been a pepnlr clerk at CaTfn ton fc Basks They ill make Colorado their home I1MtYrfJnKrAtastiMe Mkla 1alteMe- d Ic t o For Ladies Extra fleeced lined 25e worth 85c Other weights 10 to 25c to RELIGIOUS Quite a revival is in progress at Cole e Hill being conducted by the pas torKev Jr lJturRill assisted by HI v Helm from Lexington Rev Hugh McLellan is holding very successful meeting in Nicholas ville Ills pulpit was filled by Mr Boucher last Sunday morning The Waco Baptist church will be dedicatedon Sunday November 9th The dedicatory sermon will be preach ed by Rev Dr McDonald of Shelby ville Rev F S Pollitt of Ft Thomas who was appointed by Bishop Morri son to Floydsbnrp near Louisville declined the assignment He has been released by the Bishop and is helping to edit a topical reference Bible The two Synods of the Presbyter Ian church which recently met in Lex ingtoa will moot again next year tho Northern church at Hopkinsvllio and the Southern at Cynthiana The ben tion for the proposed womans college waa not selected Lexington however b a strong bidder and has offered in donate Sayre Instituto to the Synod TIme qmetion will moat likely not o fally settled until next yeara meetiui BIRTHS BUCKLEY A lame girl arrived at tha WawolMr fldMWilhian Buck ley la Frity TO THOSE t wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence t We are pleased to state Lint it is on sale at the tollowing in Madison co 1Arblc1leHearer k UamUton1Waco UpnseJJ V WhlUock Baldwin NewbjIurtonJ WTcaler denton J W Prewitt Cottonburg L A arren Paint Lick- Wallacetont O McWharter BlcVneri Early Berea JTCoy Kirtsville MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USIKG Dr Kings New Discovery FOll Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined 4 This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price SOc 3 51 Trial Bottlo Free u You ATTENTION We have moved onr business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House JBtOrerbom on Second street rwhere we willibe glad towel come our friends and patrons will 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 Zjan1v RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon++ +++ + + Friday and Saturday November 7and 8 =There are numerous conditions where Glasses are required and give relief Headaches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple smarting sensation in or about the eye Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited KytBig Dill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coal 4+ + + + + + + + + +++Jf Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J t grate without any attention to HHH++ NOTICEWhen the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has tiot Married at last j Bring your Hides and r Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman Grocery Co iantf Sd f6 a J Q What Need Is a Good Stove produce We continue Whats the use running a risk by buying common stoves when wo can supply you with the best the market aflords Our Air TigM flathto will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills and good service We have in stock a car load of- Q1 HickQry VPont- he hmost reliable farm wagons in existence Our line of H rQ wa t in ever department is complete and you can save money by trading with us 7 Give us your guaranteed I TAYLORBROS Must 60 Regardless of Price c WilIgingIuntil everything is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that wjll be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stockmustgo There is also a complete Jine of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire oulfitof Painters and Paper Hangers Tools goodsnjusbeilcgeof buying the entire stock orariy part desired Gall early get pick of the stbck PhiIL Wiliging iXECUTO i r QmmisriDn l1 B O H Covlngton Puff E ESitchells lira Dfta NOTICE OF SALE IK EQUITY HY virtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of LI the MadisonCircuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned will on Tnura loBielir 5 1 Between the hours of 11 and li oclock a mon the premises in Rtchmo d Madison county Ky proceed to expose to the highest and best bidder the following described property vli Lots Nos 8 and 9 in the n N I k B Railroad addition to the city of Richmond Ky fronting on George street 40 feet each and running back the same width to the railroad rUhtof way TEBMB Sale will be made on a credit six moutha The purchaser will be required to give bond security forthe payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien re lerved upon said property until all the pur chase money it SE SCOTT 22oc St St OM O C ODlIlli iDn r S S1a- ETFisbCo Pills against Kiz Cornelison Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tLe Madison Court rendered at the September Term there of 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Nov 3t02 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House Door in Richmond Madison county Ky being November county Court Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz The Undivided OneFifth Interest Of Kiz Cornelison in and to the follow jug two tracts of land viz =lst The undivided onefifth inter est in a tract of land situated in Madison county Kyon the waters of Silver Creek containing 55 acres more or lesp and known as the Jarman land and adjoining the lands of C A Moore H C Kinnard and others it being the homestead of Amelia Jarman at the time of her death and situated on both sides of the Berea and Kinston pike and on the south side of Silver Creek 2nd Also her undivided one fifth part of a tract of land containing about 20 acres more or less in Madison county Ky on the north and opposite side of Silver Creek from the foregoing 55 acre tract and adjoining the land of Pat BengeOr quantity thereof to produce the sum of 102180 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Said Sale will be made on a credit of six months The pur chaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a bear lug legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid SESCOTT 15oc3t M C M C C 3660Louisville to California Pointsvia IHinois CentraL Personally conducted ex cursions leave Louisville 12 oclock noon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Only 650to to Tickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reduct ions from all points Liberal stopover privileges at important points in California Only through car route from this section to California For further information address f RHFowlerTPA For Spring 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirt- siVhiteND Gi baqn RICHMOND KY a Nebraska Town to be Moved Bodily The villapre of Benton Neb a few miles from here has decided to move Buildings houses and stores besides all the personal effects will be floateddown the Platte river for three miles to a location which the village prefers to its present one Nothing will be left behind butthe scenery If the railroad will not come to me then I will go to the railroad says the vil lageThe decision to move came with the announcement of the Union Pacific railroad that a new town named Darr would bi established at the point where the line crosses the Platte river This is three miles down stream from the present groupe of houses called Benton The railroad added that the construction of a large elavator and mill would be immediately started at Darr When an agent of the Union Pacific presented the matter in the right light the population of Benton saw that they had been living for many years in the wrong place and they decided to moveand be on the ground floor of the new town Then it appeared to them that it would not be such a bad idea to take the town along with them and they are now work ing on the plan Moving the euildings the residents decided would be cheaper than hauling lumber and building new houses The houses which are all frame and well built although small will be raised from their foun dations and one at a time they will be wheeled down to the river where they will be placed on a larg flatboat which has served for forty years as a ferry across the river at that point This undertak ing will of course be post poned until a spring freshet makes the stream as deep as possible The new town is in the cen ter ofa rich agricultural country which will draw on territory for miles around The Platte valley atthatpoint- is nine miles wide to the north and seven miles wide to the south Lincoln Telegram The following is given as the governmentsprescription for hog cholera and while not a sure cure by a very large majority it has been found as beneficial as anything and when used in the early stages of an outbreak has doubtless saved many hogs from dying from the disease if not from the disease itself It will cost but little to have some of the mixture on hand atall events for use in emergency and it may prove helpful Wood charcoal 1 pound sulphur J pound sodium chloride 2 pounds sodium bicarbonate 2 pounds sodium hyposul phite 2 pounds sodium sul phate 1 pound antimony sul phide 1 pound These in gredients can besecuredfrom- any drug store and should be thoroughly mixed Give a large tablespoonful to each 200 pound weight of hog once a day If the animals do not eat and a little water to the medicine shake thoroughly and give as a drench The highest standard of courage is often exhibited in bearing and forbearing rather than becoming invoked in strife and possible bloodshed which tarnishes the good name of a community and in flicts sorrow upon families Tie Prlee or Pleasure foregothemayhavestore yet she cannot deny herself the social pleasures which are offered her But the fatigue is often too great for her and she suf fers from headache and backache as a consequence of- overexertion Women who are tired and worn out perfecttonic in Dr Pierces Fa PrescriptionIt backache and the other aches and pains to which subjectItlarity dries weak drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness Itmakesweak women strong and sick women well whatII utof Lots Thomas CarGL I suffered P0 with great Jlelns in my back aad the lower part my stomach and palpitation of the heart that at hardlyjetbottle of Favorite Prescription and two vials of Dr Piereell Pellets I am like a new woman suferingfronivited to consult r Pierce by letter free privatePf R Y TO Idfato K Y ILrA TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT jIlSCOVERY One small bottle of Jails Great Dis coyery cures nil kitley and bladder trouble removesiravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and aUjjirreguInrkfes of the kidneys and men anti women regulates bladder troubles in children Ifnotscldby your drug gist will be sent by li1 on receipt of- fl One small bottiii is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 620 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen M Kee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD TEJS Richmond ICy Feb 0 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dcnr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds wiien began using Hi today I weigh Uti pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I Cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4doc Cat Kills a Snake One day last week ja cat be longing to H Kreutzer killed a spreading vipei nearly three feet long near ibis kitchen door The feline must have been bitten by the reptile as it was quite sick for several days afterward What was alarming to the family and makes them prize the cat more highly forits noble work was the fact that children were in the habit of playing in that locality Carrollton News Forty Years Torture- To be relieved from a torturing di Sense after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of ono That is what DoWitts Witch Hazel Salves did for D halley Geneva Ohio He says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years Cures cuts burns wounds skin diseases Beware of counter feits 1m Buzzards Kill Pigs Although a very uncommon occurrence buzzards have killed and eaten two or three litters of young pigs belong ing to Robert Hudson within the last few days Mr Hudson had quite a number of sows and pigs in a field some distance from the house and was at a loss to know the fate of the missing ones until told by neighbors that in passing through the field they had seen buzzards catching and devouring the young porkers Harrodsburg Democrat His Life In Peril- I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt vat or sleep and felt almost toe worn out to work when I began to ulle Electric Bitters but they worked wcnders Now I sleep like a top can eat anything have gained in strength and enjoy hard work1tThey give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only toe at Perry Thomas drug store 1m The Only Thing Needed A few days ago a young man from the country along with his girlndropped into a local restaurant and between the mastication of large hunks of bologna the girls eyes were intently fixed upon a peanut roaster sitting by Leaning over to her stiddycompany and wearing an expression of great joy the young lady said Gee wouldnt the thing all be fixed now if theyd just sit that thing to play n Home Sweet Home r Hancock Clarion Notice Of Pilnury Election At a called meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee a quorum being present it is ordered 1st That a primary election be held in Madison county Kentucky on the 22nd day of November J902 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison county to be voted for at the general election in l k3 Anoll will be opened at six oclock a m 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 saiL precincts 2nd That on or before twelve oclock noon on the 7th thy of November 1002 each person expecting to become a candidate in stud primary shall deposit with W It Bhackelford Treasurer the sum of 150 to he used for the purpose defraying expenses of said primary election und any per son falling to make said deposit on or before twelve oclock noot November 7th 1902 shall be ineligible fo be voted for at said primary election If the amount deposited should be deemed Insufficient to meet the necessary ex pense the committee shall compel the candidates qualifying to contribute tire rata the necessary amount 3rd Each candidate qualifying for said election shall not 1atr titan November 7th 1902 submit tj the Dem ocratic Committee a list of ole tion officers for each voting place in the county4th That said prima election shall be hold under thelai governing such elections 5th That all legal voter who have heretofore affiliated with tlH Democrat ic party and who expect tc and pledge themselves to support tijja nominee of said party and alt persons who will be legal voters at the No vjimber dee tion 1903 who to sup port the n PledgothemSlvesshall bb A11gib arY 6th Notice nhall be published In the Kenluc y Register and in the Richmond CLIL and shall iOIlSpiciousplaces fortydays1902 7th The County Conrt lerk isdi rected to prepare ballots f i this pri thanthelOUrJoin li Cir fAULT octiit Ckznnaa en Co n f W This signature is on every box of tim genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cure n cold In one day The Worst Form Multitudes aresinging the praises of Kodo the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes 3U feet good all over Mrs Cranfill of Troy I Territory writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspep sin which grew into the worst form Finally I was induced to useKodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured I heartily recommend Kodo to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat lui For Sale I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitchen all in rood repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Cheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Burlington Route will renew the everydayduringto Montana Idaho Washington Ore gon and California such as S30 from St Louis 33 from Chicago and 25 Iron Missouri River Points to California Portland and Puget Sound territory with correspondingly low rates to Spokane District and the ButteHelena District The Burlington Route and its connections best reach the entire West and Northwest country It is the main travelled road through the West The maps show Cheap Round Trip Tourist Rates to ColoradOUtah During some parts of August and September the Burlington will make such remarkably low firstclass round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo as 21 from St Louis 15 from Missiouri River and 25 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one fare plus 2 Ask nearest ticket agent for details Homeseekers Excursions AugustSeptembertions of the West and Northwest Ronnd trip tickets with 21 days limitConsult your nearest ticket agent or write us of your proposed trip and let us advise you the least cost send you our publications and otherwise assist yon WM SHAW P 436 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager st Louis Ma WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis Mo PROFESSIONAL CARD- SATrOR1rS r RW MILLER ATTOBXEYJLTLAW RICHMOND KEWTOCKT Office R the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank febSlf SULLJV AN JP AvrORSJYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAIr RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AtforneyatZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY taOffic over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DES GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobsbn building MainStreet H CJI1SPERJIlIJ Medicine and Surgery J Office Stoufler Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Master ComYs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT W H Hurleys lire PUff againnWIIlIurleys lirs k Crds flits All penona having claims against the estate notitledtoNovemberliesThe administrator W J Goocb is also undersignedonS ESCOrT M C1I0 C E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYauce D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust Bidg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy ESNTAL SUBaSET tT 1 ette t to1S01 DSXTIST OP LOUISVILLK ST- WOffice next door to Government Building fticbmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to Ml to C novl7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST OOffice m Bennett Building Janl7 TELEPHONE 196 D1lLANDMAN ji Hotel Glyndon Wednesday November J2 1002 Notice to Creditors Parties hiving claims against the estate o W M Brutiback are requested to preset same Terlflo J as required by law to the un dersigned on or before December 1902 All parties indebted to the deceased are requested to pay promptly to the undersigned 8 JBROMBACK- foc4t AdmrWM Br- umbackKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestanta all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want Time most sensitive stomachs can take it By Jtsuse many beenIChildIrenFirst dose relieves Adletunneccssary Cures all stomach troubles prepared only by EOImWirrCo Chicago Th 11 bottle contalnsSK times tbeSOc size For sale by Perry Thorafta Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has 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 illu minatiiiKjrns furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 175 ESTBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dcc 4 tf Loaisie Atlantic Riilnai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or ambyvllleand Cincinnati i For Irvine tMam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1151am Cincinnati HMGrm pmFromC M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRRichmond Hy Let us makethat old suit look like new by new process STOUFFER MAULER Tailors ++ 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 upto iate and accommo dittti cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssssss- Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KT Soda Pop is a purely temperance drink Iti the thiuff 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 For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments 26George gJ41I09RobtRoJ Durrett Preston St road JeHersoncounty Ky 5 60 Austin Rockport Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7mySt lelD =Naturers DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles the eyes drawing wrinkles TheyareNatures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone realizedIteyes if done in time I can IhayeOculist + + t i 1 examjus la 1thJnostillltelllf9t Cad are + ne can supply thecorrect lasses tinany maiSner mountedi+4 f T AII Robinson pticiUtandJe ait St DIId1C11 boor 1 20 PERCENT OFF ON ii 20 per cent can be saved by buying your WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and I can give you a better article for less money than t one in this or any other an OUR LINE Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right STOVES Webought thefreight tireat Majestic Rang descriptj0nfore to- wnHARDWAR O- FFarming Implement Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pa you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and R pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l e k ockc It is time you were thinking aKut your 5ctTt 5eand therefore it is time to think f us You cannot be too partkuLir about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stork to select from You want wide variety of prices You want intelligent courteous service and above all you want the right prits We are prepared to meet allif these wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before placingyour order wes Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jnly3lly KENTUCKY 0 I FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burns Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was tt cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENLI Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are damaged in the least and these bargains are without a paraU in this cityEVERYTHING In the way of Dry Goods Boots Shod everythisthatbeingaj Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prop First St Opposite Court House Gate 1 Richmond KJ Cut Glass For Autumn Wedding Gifts PfCijbridewidest choio at most reasoiable tyicetl Visitors to the Trots tiill find lII nght ilsce to purchase lIouveulnt f Lexingtou Remember eierl pi fSilver iKrtbt rf in h likely graved free of charge Victor BogaertAfVXACTUIN JEWfLER AHD IMPORTER 5jEM4iHs LEXINGTON I 04JW BBi bieGpod vFrDwJing Bottom Prices