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II = Ii THflRICOND CLIMAXI LUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 5 1902Pr ltSJowsthoJlt luMBER J y hen there is your Id Freezer tWorn out Get an O K Freezer and you will never regret the money spent And host but not least doifi forget thatwe sell the best Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves anfl Ranges TheWonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe Best Made bYicewill solve the ice question and will save money for you l7fIl Coolers Springisinviting Ie Also Make F 0 Screen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS Theyare IiiCOMain Scram It RICHMOND KY e Wise And 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 A 4 Tables knives and forks set 40c to 150 Butcher knives 10 to 25c Tea and table spoons 10 and15c Fire Shovels and pokers 5 and lOc Pad locks 5 to 25c GQcCorrll18tcd 35c 2qt prstiite rice boiler 70c 9 qt tin bucketsCoal oil cans 10 to 20c Wooilon spoons 5c- SciniPorcelian plates per sol 35c Meat dishes 10 to 40c China cups and saucers GOc And dont forget we have a nino lino of Jardiniere from 25c to 240 Also Flower Pots r t Everything is Cheap a- tfhe Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery LUX STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale oL FUR NITURE1 i J si f t JLargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds J Bed Room Suits 1 pining Room and Kitchen Furniture t fi 1We guaranteed to save you money ecordially invite our friends tocallmake our l store their he dquartersI r a LMlWS7fJ 1 I please Our success depends upon it and the reasonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete done avid he newest mouldings always arr- ielljois v JOPLIN Phone Ns6 g RICHMOND KY Uh H fAoiiis i Undertaking a Specialty 0 WJ v nsttr t Embalmer LR Blanton DEALER IN4 AB 1 JfCoaIf1eedt Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer SIaiadd B Streek Ii Phone 85 j1 ti f PGf 4iV ROCKCASTLES LARG EST ENTERPRISE CompanyWhich Resources of the Brush Creek Valley Mt vernou Signal l Brush Creek station on the K C division of the h N six miles eastofMfc Vernon has been a lively place for the past four months on account of the new branch railroad be BigHillN up Brush Creek adistance of five miles where are loca inRockcastletlemen who are pushing this enterprise appear the follow ing G W Malone VicePresi dent Pittsburg Pa J A Sullivan Secretary Rich mond Ky Edward Stewart PittsburgPa JudgeJohnwill appear further along in this article was one of the original promoters and or ganizers of this enterprise was found still hardatvork at rush Cree and over the new line when the Signal representative visited that local takewnotes of what was going on To say the Signal man was surprisedat the magnitude of the enterprise is putting it mildly indeed The construe tion gradincr etc is being done by Mason Hoge Co S Rodman who did the biggest part of the work in putting the K C road from Richmond to Livingston Hix Theobald S Co are doing the bridge and culvert work It is ex pected to have the line ready for laying track within thirty days High waters have caused some delay in putting in bridge piers over Round outIs Brush Creek station crosses Roundstone in a diagonal direction strikes the hillside on west bank of Brush Creek and hugs the hills most of the way The Cbnstructionis not very heavy anti a good grade prevails over the rduteL- It was back in 1887 fifteen years ago that Judge Che nault bought the old Cruse tract of 100 acres lying on the waters of Brush Creek one mile from the station by that name The next year he and others purchased a 332 acre tract and began prospecting for coal Since 1888 they un der the name of the Big Hill Mining and Investment Co have gathered in various bodies of land contaning from ten to several hundredacres The company has today 10 alongJ3vushto Jackson county A good portion of these lands are val uable for mineral and timber while some of the tracts will be worthless as far as any revenue is to be derived from needsrightsto pay for them After fifteen years work to wards establishing a big en The human lottery UAhU only I wore beautiful How Happy lifo Would be Many a forlorn maid Has said this as she looked into the mirror It is life1uych session in the lottery of human woman would not refuse BRAD FIrited tIS Female Regulatorroryounigir13onthethrn1holdormnnm and languid the dull aching head feet and liauds coldappe tegone or abnormal obstructed ods pain ful menses and their systems generally run down they need a up and their blood cleansed BradCelds FemalcRegulator for women is particularly valuable owing cs and as a regulator obstructofthcmenstrualed and suppressed menstrua on neniiy relieved all diseases peculiar to her genital organs arc cured by Regulator dears thecomplexion brightens sharpens the e re conditions ofmoves muddy tln the skin and cures sick headache at oace Of druggists at IOOJ bottle C g Perfect for ll caa be hadrf ree by sending us your address WtffiAflfttLB EE JtAmC ATLANTA M 1 t AU l JudgeChenault are about to see their efforts crowned with success Some eighteen months since they PittsburgPtcoal operators in this territory und sold to them a half inter est in these lands The com pany Was reorganizedunder the name of the Big Hill Coal Co with headqarters at Richmond Since that time they have been at work towards de veloping their territory The railroad theaproperty of the coal company They have their own locomo motive and will be furnished with coal cars for their output by the L N Mine No1 now in opera tion is one mile from Brush Creek station from which they carry to railroad by wagons and load 50 tojGO tons of coal per day The output will of course be consideia bly increased as soon as track is laid over the new line The main works however will be at Chenault the end of the road five miles from Brush Creekstation named in honor of Judge Chenault the main mover in this enterprise At Chenault the coal company will build a town install aj 50000 electric plant for run ning mining machinery mo tors for hauling cars coal etc light the mines town and use for other needed purposes A system of water works will be put in a portion of this work beingalready underway The plant will be patterned after that of Wilton Knox county ICy which is pro nounced to be the most upto date one in Kentucky or in the United States The capacity of Mine No2 will be 3 300 tons or 50 cars per day Both mines require an in cline railroad for lowering coal down the hill to the tip house The one at No 1 is now in successful operation A Thanksgiving Dinner Heavy eating is usually the first cause of indigestion Repeated at tacks inflame the mucous membranes lining the stomach exposed the nerveii of the stomnch producing a swelling after eating heart burn headache sour risings and finally catarrh of the stem acli Kodol relieves the inflammation protects the nerves and cures the ca tarrh Kodol cures indigestion dya pnpsia all stomach troubles by cleans- lug and sweetening the glands of tin stomach 1m Condense d Accurate Helpful The busiest people read The Youths Companion because it is condensed accurate and helpfulIts summary of im portant news is complete and trustworthyIts comment on political and domestic ques tions is nonpartisan it aims to state facts in such a way that the busiest person can use them as the basis of an intelligent opinio- nIt reflects on every page the wholesome industrious homeloving home making side of American life the life of noble aims and honorably ambitionsA of the new volume will be sent to any address on request The new subscriber for 1903 who sends 175 for the new vol ume at once will receive free all the remaining issues for 1902 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companion Calendar for 1903 lith nraet1iiitrigclv colo ts and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANIONBoston 144 Berkeley Street Startling But True If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings Now Life Pills ie writes D II Turner Dempseytown FJ youd sell all you have la a clay Taro weeks use Sax made a new man of ne Infallible lor constipation stomach and liver troubles 25c at Perry d Thomas drug store 1m The Jersey cow was made what she is because on the island of Jersey there wits only about one cow to ea ih peasant and as that peasant was mainly dependent on the product of the animal for his daily food he took care to sje that his one cow was a goad one It was a matter of life or death with the peasant alai so he studied thecows nature and catered to her wants acid humored her whims trying n all ways to induce her to gijve enormous quanties of verx- rich milk i r t f j j THE OLD RELIABLE ROY4 4KIr4G POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS ftO SUBSTITUTE Art of Remembering A noted medical writer likens the brain to a vast li brary and each idea or name or incident to the volumes composing it says the New York Commercial Advertiser The memory he says acts as librarian and tucks away each volume in some peculiar niche of its own Now when we call on Librarian Memory for one of these volumes he usu ally knows where it is and hands it to us instanter but occasionally he like other office holders forgets his du ties We callon him suddenly waking him from his nap per haps and he cannot remember where he put the name of Smith or Jones or the little fact regarding the tariff or Agamemnons wives or some thing or other Sometimes he finds it after a moments search and sometimes not for days But he keeps up a still hunt for the missing volume even white youforgetallabout- it and some time when you are least expecting it presto there is the very thing you are trying to remember For instance somebody asked the writer of this par agraph the other day suddenly for the name of a lady and her theobeaches near Boston The name was a perfectly familiar one being that of anacquaint- ance but with the question it suddenly vanished It was impossible to answer Libra rian Memory was asked for it three or four times during the evening but it eluded his efforts completely and for a day or two the event was for gotten Finally coming down town on the electric car with the mind absorbed in other things the little librarian jog gled our elbow Here he is Smithson volume 41533 shelf 217rhe whispered As us ual when one ceases to want the thing it turns up Ah if one could only change libra rians when the old ones shows signs of weakening A Startling Surprise Verv few could believe in looking al- A T Hoadley a healthy robust black smith of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change follow ed his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me hetfrltes and I have not felt a twinge in over a year The regulate the Kidneys purify the surd cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervousness improve di gestion and Rive perfect health Try them Only BOcts at Perry d Thomas drug store 1m Items of Interest Andrew Carnegie has been installed as rector of St An drews University Scotland Salyini the noted tragic ac tor who is livingin retirement at Florence Itahr has been TVrobbedThere is a plan on foot to reproduce in miniature at the St Louis Worlds Fairof1903 the cityof Jerusalem to cover ten acres The large orchard in the world will soon be planted in Laclide county Missouri It will contain 5000 acres and the capital stock will amount to 000000 IDrcnklnJtfiremen lately dragged the sleeping In mates from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect troughs and colds Dout do it Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption gives perfect protection all throat Chest Lung troubles Keep it near and avoid suf feting death doctor bills A tea spoonful stops a late cough persistent use the most stubborn Harmless and nice tasting Its guaranteed to satisfy byPerrj h Thomas druggists Price 5Oc and L Trial bottles free 1m Fifteen years ago German domestic servant now aged twentytwo swallowed a hairpin It has justbeen extract ed from her legat Marienburg Y At the Confederate Home Severalrooms at the Con federate Home at Pewee Valley have been subscribed for and named Room No 6 will be named for Robert G Stoner who was Leiutenant Colonel of the Fith Kentucky Calvalry com manded by W C P Breck inridge Col Stoner was a prominent horse breeder in Bourbon for many years after the war Room No 9 will be named in honor of Gen John S Wil liams who was formerly a United States Senator from Kentucky He was from Jlt acapItaillp Brigadier General during a large part of the Civil War and commanded the Depart ment of Southwestern Vir ginaRoom No 19 will be named in honor of Jesse Webb by George W Johnson Camp No 9S Webb was a gallant sol dier of Scott county who ser ved in commandr The four daughters of Capt Dan Turney will furnish a room in memory of their fatherMrs Fannie M Girand of Hopkins ville was elected matron and assumed the du ties of her office One Minute Cough Cure Is the only harmless cough cure that gives quick relief Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis whooping cough pneumonia asthma lagrippe and all throat chest and lung troubles I got soaked by rain says Uertrude E Fen ner Muncie Ind and contracted a severe cold and cough I failed rapidly lost 48 pounds My druggist recommended One Minute Cough Cure The first bottle brought reliefJ several cured me I am back to weight- 1lSlbs One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieves the cough at once draws out inflammation cures curoup An ideal remedy for children 1m Will Run Into Kentucky The Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton railroad is preparing to run its line into the coal iron and timber country of Eastern Kentucky There is quite a race on between sev eral roads for that section of the country The C HDnow has three thousand men at work and willspend 2500 000 Tetter SaltKhenm and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured it It is equally itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per 003I Dr Cadjs 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 Price 25 Tents per package The point in a breed thatthe farmer should look for is good fleshcarrying qualities and early maturity It Is the same with hogs as with most stock the sooner it is placed upon the market the greater will be the profit of feeding and what has been consumed This may be a small item on one pig but is a matter of considerable consequence when a score or more are reckoned Fcr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf ftiEDfORDS BLACKDRAUG nil fORCoNSTIPATiON Constipation is nothlumore than a clogging of Uw bowels and nothing less than vital or if notrelievoo- If constipated sufferer could realize that he is allowing poisonous filth to remain system ho would et relief on invites all kind of- contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail wnsti- patedbowelsarerelieve Thed t2Joronghlycleans and natural manner without tho- purginiof calomel or other vio Bo sere that youettk on- aal Thedfoxde ckDrtwulht made by cine Soldballdrlstaia 25 et aad 100 pch es HlMtIDrgbetee yrlleey U r koM- UforaU s H1 M ti IbetMt 44reiMfOlM aWe wert wltItMt tIII ijOMu- MfilhE wltla TMT MilklM to illTrot ReywEueRlk11trSq l I DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaetont nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE w ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE xAaet Cama fc DOT S John T one son Yrap Wagon Load After Wagon Load of e J 2 Have Been Contiually Unloaded 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 wall of boxes that surrounded our entire store tThe proprietors of the Busy Bee Cash Store found out that on account of delays thisfaUFall of their business career j The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its tttmogt rapacity Shelves cduri ters ledges tables and every available space in the eilfirestoreis loaded from floor to ceiling groaniIigunderthe Our New Dress Goods 5 Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is already beginning to go out Every weave in favor this season is being shown r and their beauty and elegance commented on by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys mCLOTUINfi Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that it will be a deoth blow to all competitors Just thing of buying a good Cassimere Suit for Boys for 98c and a good Cassimere Suit for Men for 348 Our stylish nobby Clothing will cost you about half the price other merchants ask you for them Our OVERCOATS are already on the moved and wise customers are selecting now while they can get what the want Have a lookat our Clothing it will pay you Oriir UnderwearFills 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 Already Customers beginning CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS TailormadeSuitscomingmilesWe showing newest things in Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery pairOurthe lowest Fleishers Shetland Fleece 90c per Ih boxBestprGradSlcGoodNew Line Fleec Back Waistigs SJjc qualityGood 5cLargeClover Leaf Towels bleached lOc each WeNewMens Suspenders lOc Boys Suspenders 5c Lexington Yarn 4c Pear Buttons 5c dozen Good Calico 3j and 4c pd our are to say that we will never sell all the TN T f price will sell you are the our prices We are Sole Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee theawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOE DEPARTMENT atpricesforgooclstuffboy before you see our brrgains in shoes We give you the best qualities and save you money Carpets Bugs Wnttinp Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas Menn youwintWe 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 customerWeWe are Very Respectfully t 1 r wc1IT5 OLDHAM co i i d dBlJSY BEE CASH STETJ J k = r fi j- t l 1 lie Richmond Climax J C CHENAULTnm Ident A D MILLER Minagtr HOBTSCROWK nEdltor WEDNESDAY 1OV 5 1902 PURLflflrZl VIi WKIINKSUAV BY fho Climax Printing Co Incorporated j DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTO or Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CBUTCHER- Of Jessamins Coun- tyANNOUNCEMENTS 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 bAN H 11RKCK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madl eoa Circuit Court euoject to the action of the Democratic party- I hereby announce myself as a candidate fOr the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many Wendy In Ilia past favorably consider any that I may have to the nomination and if nom- Inated I promise to use all honorable mean to secure my election and If elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for put and future favors lam Respectfally 8 H At The New Opera House Manager Wiggins rnnouncea the en gagement of the InlerOcean Comedy Co supporting Mr Claude Amedeu America creat comedian in a reper toirof highcliES comedies bra three niubts engagement beginning next Monday night Prices 10 f8ndBO Ladies 15c first night The InterOcean Co is the strongest repertoir company ever in Richmond This fact is proved by the return dates secured in every city in which the company has appeared this season Mr Claudo Ainsden the eminent comedian and singer heads tho caste of this company and will appear Monday night in A Western Girl No company on the road carries a better caste of popular favorites than the Inter Ocean Comedy Co1 which is backed by the Jordan Show Print of Chicago and employs no cheap people only the best artists are kept in the company At The Grand Opera House One hour and a halt of uproarious fun Mrs Wiggs is the incarnation of the sublime and the ridiculous the humorous philosopher of The Cab bage Patch On Wednesday Nov Cth Mr Harry Allan Dennis will present Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Miss Hegann clmrmitig story at Grand Opera House The book has reached a sale of 83000 and Mr Dennis has given his dramatic version of it all over the State My UNCLE Fitosi NEW YORK Perhaps the most important city in the world is New York Triumphant in commerce stately in its erection of masonry proud in progress wonder fill in population and greatest of all in finance The very name is school from one tart of the Globe to the other From that prominent spot comes the characters and situations produced in thirdact of the Merry Musical Comedy Company which come to the Grand Opera House next Thursday niijhl Nav 6th My Uncle from New York carries its own Band anti Orchestra Coming to Richmond it promises to give the theatre going public a night of real enjoyment There will be a grand street paralo at 3 p m The manage ment of the Now Grand does well in securing such an attraction which will add greatly to the success of same both in finance and theatrical merits Prices 25 35 and roc LIf BrowerCoI LEXINGTON KY A k 1 PlJJ w hT l t j e r Carpesfor A FewPrlces On Carpets Good Grade Tapestry Brus sels 47c a yard Regular 75e Bruse16Oc yd Royal Velvets ugw colors 57c y1 Wilson Velvets 80c yd Axminsters SOc yd Savonneries 112i yd Fresh New Stock Almost Unlimited Assortment IrNow P r ri rSti 51 Ym J b u f row gLO ri MAIN ANn R0DWAIL1GTON Jrw- KIs PERSONAL Miss Marr Little islu Louisville Mr Hue Dueredu was in Cincinnati Itwt week Mr Ned Cooker of Louisville is visiting lirre Mrs C E Smoot spent last Friday in Lexington lilPrToaaTsTisitlnRm Cincin unit this week f Rev II G Turners was in George townThursday Miss Sailie bhackelford rpent Mon day in Lexington Mr A D Flora has been a visitor in- twnforseveral days Mr John B ClienauU of Frankfort was a visitoi here laat week Miss Kit CheuauU is visiting her lute r Miss Florrie Ohenault 4MraudJJrs J Stone Walker have returned from a visit to Louisville Mr EHhu Campbell of Irvine was among the Court Dayvisitors here MrsCM Woodbury of Middles borbia the guest of HFrs T J Smith Mrs Kstill Payne is the guest of her mother Mrs Andy Wallace in Irvine Mr Steve Shanks has returned to Kansas Oily aftera visit to his mother Miss Lena Wagers ot Estill county is visiting her brother J Wm Wagers Mr Ned Perry of Lexington spent Sunday with his brother Mr If L Perry Mrs B X Jasper is entertaining her uncle Mr John Cropper of Boone county Mrs Thos Baldwin and MrsThos Smith are visiting Mrs Wm Shanks in Stanford Mrs John R Pates and little daugh ter Miss Jeannetle visited in Versailles last week Mr and Mrs Alex Hamilton 01 Irvine were guests of relatives here last week Miss Nettie Smith of Danville ha been the guestot friends here for several daysIMrs L R Ilanton entertained the old ChatHuqua circle Friday afternoon in honor pf MrJ D Clark Miss Elizabeth Graddy of Lexington spent Sunday with lr and Mrs H 0 Jasper Mr and Mrs Harry Huffman of Mt Sterling were guests last week of Miss Ollie Baldwin Miss Ella Ranson of Paris is the de lightful guest of Miss Mabel Letton on the Summit Claude McDonald is in Richmond the guest of his uncle Wm Moore Winchester Sun MrsDavid Chenault of Lexington isjvisiting her sister Mrs G G Prewitt on Third street Mr J H Morrow and son of Lexington visited his sister Mrs R C H Covington last week Miss Carlisle Walker and her guest Miss Patton of Huntsville Ala are at home from Louisville Miss Estelie Poyntz returned to Mt Sterling Saturday after a visit to Dr and Mrs JM Poyntz Miss Mary Matthews will leave to morrow morning for Texas where she will spend the winter Mr and Mrs John Allenof Carlisle have been visiting Mr ana Mrs J W Zaring at tho Glyndon Mrs Mathw Masters returned to her home in Lexington after a few days visit to Mrs Ida Powell Mrs Luke Milward of Lexington has been the guest of Mrs Elmer Deatherage on Broadway Mr Tom Powers was out in the Whites Station neighborhood a few Sundays ago on business 1 Mr and Mrs J H Cunningham of Owonton have been the guests of Mr and Mrs R C H Covington Master Carroll Gaines of Boone county is the guest of his cousin Gaines Jasper on Broadway Mrs William Arnold has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Har ry B Hanger iii Philadelphia Mrs William Feland and Mrs C M Shearer attended the BerrfFeland wedding in Stanford last week Mrs W C French and Mrs William Langford have returned from a visit to Mrs Fannie Garnett in Cymhiana Mrs T J Scott of Nicholasville was the guest of Mrs Sam Scott on Third street several days last week Mrs Neville Hoberly and Miss Car lisle Ohenault were guests last week of Mrs James P Amsden in Versailles Mrs Anne Walters who is in n Hos pital in Louisville being treated for stomach trouble is improving slowly 1 Miss Mary Ballard returned home from Cincinnati last weejc where chic has eon the guest of Mis J M Lay tonMr John Thorpe formerly of thle place but now of Frankfort was wing ling among his old friends here last week Mr P M Pup is at the bedside of his it Mr Lewis Pope 01 Brooks ville who Is vorv low with typhoid fever Rev Hugh McLellan lisa returned from Omaha where hI aLto itled tho National Convention of the Christian church Mr and Mrs Simeon Hamilton of Wisemantowa Estill county were guests of relatives here Sunday anti MondayDr O Vance was called to Franklin Ky last week on account of the death of his wifes mother Mrs E H tVoqdall Mrs Horace G Turner and son Lynn have returned from Georgetown where they have been visiting for sev eral weeks Mrs Neale Bennett and Miss Stella Thompson wmt to Mt Sterling Satur dayto attend the funeral and burial o Mr Harry Samuels Miss Gladys Ttrigg accompanied by ner fatheraid mother has left for their Jlorida ome much to the regret of their many friends sppndingthosummer CE Smoot icturned to her home in Louisville last Friday Mrs W K Penny who has been the guest of Mrs J W Smith for several weeks wiinMiVe today for her home atP9iucPiea ant W Va nlertainedftn06tday afternoon in honor of Miss Alice Pattonof IIsll8VliliAL Prof and trLC Racker Adaiae well kHown here are installed atJeeMmin Instit te where they will In strnctcladity physical culture MrtjiCurran Smith and Mrs J M eoii gf Wincheeter i ent yester day here with Mrs WillMK IB Neale Lexington Herald Saturday Nov 1 A qartts cowpotei of MIKW JCwy Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the world traveling bringing health and comfort wherever he To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh b so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food To thin pale persons he gives new firm flesh and richred blood- Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emulsion of pure cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT 409415 Pearl StreetjNowYorlc1500 and Scott Ethel Barnett Nannie Hunt Powell and Lillian Bybee will go to Stanford Thanksgiving where they will sing Old Folks at Home in a contestMr Cohen left yesterday for St Louis where he will attend the horse show Mr Cohen shipped lila prize winner Jack ODiamonds to that city a week ago and will exhibit him to night A most delightful dinner party was given by Mrs Thos Thorpe fm last Tuesday evening A delicious menu was served Those present were Mr and Mrs George Simmons Mr amid Mrs Henry White Mr and Mrs Z T Rice and Mr and Mrs John Arnold Miss Hallie Park who has been the attractive guest of Miss Mynie Wagers for the past three months returned to her home in Kansas City last Thurs day During her stay in this city Miss Park made many friends who will always be glad to welcome her return The inamiHse of Miss Sallie Doe Hedges to Mr Samuel G Biirgs of Huntington West Virginia will take place at the Paris Christian church on the evening of Wednesday November 19 Mr Biggs is well remembered here as a popular student of the old Central University in 18916 Mr and Mrs George R Engleman of Stanford announce the marriage of their daughter Annie Bronaugh to Mr H Rowan Saufley The wedding will take place at the Stanford Methodist church on the evening of Wed nesday November 12 Miss Engle man is a very attractive young lady and has many admirers in this city where she has often visited Mrs Maria Lynn entertained most delighttully last Friday evening with a Halloween party in honor of her Sunday School class which numbers about twenty In keeping with the occasion a large ipnmpkin cut in the form of a Jack OLantern was hung on the front porch and lighted the way in All kind of games such as are played only on Halloween fortune telling etc were indulged in from 730 to 12 Delightful refreshments were served which added much to the pleasure of the young people Judge R M Foree of Santa Fe New Mexico was in Richmond a few days last week visiting friends and rel atives after an absence of thirty years Judge Foree is a native of Missouri and when quite young entered the Confederate army At the close ol the war it was by no means pleasant for him as well as many others to remain at home and he came to Kentucky and ptnt a greater portion of Ms time for fiiir or five yrnir fn Miditon roiigiti His ppHxant gitiiiil IIII lire UIICto him many frieiiii luting IHHMHV lid land II irixfl without icititr Hint lit win knew him were rtfsiulifptl to 8 t hit IlligIanoIo county Tie home of Col WT Tevis at Silver Creek was the scene of n jolly njVr ryinaking on FrMay evening vluu eight of Kluhiuotuiti ItnilorerLureil al their wiles and bandiLineni8 on thi witches to make them throw light 01 the future The party consisting cl Misses Evelyn Smith Mary Bates Cal lie Miller Shackelford Julia and Cath erin White Jennie White Emma Watts Jane Stockton and Ha tie ArbucklE chaperoned by Miss Florence Kood ar rived at five oclock and began mime diately to Invite communion with the Goblin world by popping chestnuts bobbing for apples journeys to the eel lar and long trips through gruesome at tics with lips closet to keep the charm uubroken The proverbial gypsy came in time to tell them of fairy princes on gay chargers The young Jadles clad in sheets with MrTevis fa gor goons apparels deceived the spirits as to their being teal mortals that all the desired information was obtained At any time it would indeed be hard not to enjoy a visit to this hospitable home with Misa Myra as a hostessj but especially sweet will be the recollection of the visit to the girls who with the witches home were the guests at the Teyjj GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also bwy your pigeonS J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Doat fail to hear Prof Barkes lectwe on Kob ft EHKM st bf court 0iNs111ev 15 DREYFUS John Riddcll sold his house and lot to George Herd for 300 Baltimore Walton sold to Squir Young his farm of fiftyseyen acres for I565 Squire Youngs ld 16 John Sandlin two tracts of land for six hundred dol lars John Powell bought of John Sandlin two tracts of land for BIX hundred dollars Born to the wife of Dan Hudson October 23 a fins boy iveep your money at nome wnen von want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER MAULER Tailors Stock Sales James White sold to J H Asher of London Ky an eight months old bun by Cresco Victorious Chief and out of a young Abbottsburu cow for 100 He sold a seven months old calf of the same breed to Dr Hocka day for 100 Old Age Old age as it comes in tho orderly process of nature is a beautiful and majestic thing The very shadow of eclipse which threatens it makes it the more prized It stands for expe rience knowledge wisdom and counsel That Is old age as it should be But nothingbutbody What makes the diflerencf Very largely the care of the stomach In youth and the full strength of manhood it doesnt seem to matter how we treat the stomach Ve abuse it over work it injure it We dont sutler from it much But when at comes the stomach is worn out It cant prepare and distribute the needed nour ishm nt to the bcdy nail the body decayDris a wonderful medicine for old people whose stomachs are weak and whose digestions are poor Its invigorating effects are felt by mind as well as bo dYeIt takes the sting from old age and makes old people strong IPAlNT LICK Mrs RJ Wallace is very sick with the grip Mr Charles Young of Inverness Fla is on a visit to his father Rev C L YoungMrs Forester has sold her farm to Mr Metcalf price unknown She will return to Virginia Mrs Ellen Wilson and son will return to their homo in Ohio this week after a visit to her parents Dr and Mrs Mays Dr Frank Walker an old C U boy has located at Paint Lick to practice his profession He occupies the office formerly occupied by Dr Poyntz Rev J L McClung the Presbyterian preacher at Paint Lick has resigned and gone to Louisville The Paint Lick and Kirksville churches are with out pastors Dr Bosley of Union City will move to Paint Lick this week He comes highly recommended as a good physi cian and a splendid young man We hope the people of tho community will encourage him for such young men are neededGivens Terrill has sold ida farm to Wm and Sam Denny for 60 per acre Givens has been to Oklahoma to see the country and was so well pleased he will go there Dec 1 to live He has a most excellent wife and we regret to see them leave Much success to them in their new home Mr Clell Terrill and Ike Arnold have gone to see the country For Rent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKSON ROBERTS For Sale Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I offer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and ant ficlEnt outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address S L TUDOR Proprietor Ecpll7tf Irvine Ry JCIRKSVILLE Born to the wife of Levi Denny a fine girl W ATiowIe and son are moving to day from Kirksville to Rowland G W Ross sold to N K Sebastian a first class milch cow for forty dollars Dr L n Oldham attended the meeting of the Medical Society at Jancaster las t wok Tim young lpe or this Iate en joyed a Iiitkorytilt lnii on orseback one day srt vek hey lnil a fine time but dill not t many hickory nuts Miss Ella May Burton returned Sat nnhiy from a lullphtful visit to her lathierat Siruig9til Miss Lottie Farria a nl Miss Mno v of this placpi nlenilnl UIH TtacliBi Association liwrrt bug las t tel MS J H Sccrrr iWf8 iill clio Vtl iy Ian writ lantiul ije eli 0 her militt r itwMiss Itttipy VIa if Miinte Ky has entered tlie Normlil College fur tl remainder 01 the term Mies tiua Jtoss who is attending Georgetown college made her parents a flying visit last week and was given a hearty welcome by her friends and admirers She returned to George town today The Freedom Baptist church is en joying a splendid revival Tlerebave been twelve additions and very large ateveryserviceassisted by Rev Mr Stamper of Nicii olasville Kirksville fs looking for the bosh show of the season next Saturday night a regular oldfashion negro rein strel They will give an open air con cert and street parade in the afternoon Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure thanall the others Mews This We offer One Hundred Dollars Ro thltCAnnotFJCHENEY feCOToleao0 pJallbusinesstransactlonB1d u aByo by their firm West Trux Wholesale Toledo O WaWIng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio takenInternallyaetngdlreetiy MMcaiyMifciMV serlbt system jerbottleHUlf AMif fm 9 f tM feflt 1 II blmmbfrllinslSturnaChan Take Laxative liroino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box25 cent pLexington Combination Cattle Co will hold their second stile of Short Horns In the TnUoreailsbuilding on November Hand 15 of 120 cattle con signed by the best Breeders in Central Kentucky J F COOK Mgr 2tho LialngtonKy STATION CAMP Bro Lowcry of the Christian churrh filled ReT Q Martins appointment here Sunday E G Beeves is in Jackson county branding ties for the DAna Tie Co G A Park caught a fifteen pound pike last week MessrsPrice Tndor anti BurtonRob erts of Silver Creek Madison county made a flying trip here recently They wore hunting suits and carried guns but It soon developed that they were only hunters In disguDie Miss Annie MayS rlvner was con fined several days last week with scar letina A M Horn left here last Monday for some point in South Dakota Mrs Aura McCord Gertie Heath man Misses Mary Emma Lizzie and Green R Million of Jolly Ridge Mad son county visited ft lends and rela tives here Jast week touinille t1tf iIiL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Versailles LavrrcncebCirg She 605 am mand m MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam 51CmrnFromFtc m Millers Creek 830 am C M BROWSING Gen Mgr KyRARichmond Ky Let us make that old suit look like new by new process STOUFFER MAULER Tailors Public Sale Having decided to leave the county I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder o- nTuesday Nov 18th about the hour of 1030 a m my farm containing 206 acres situated on the waters of Sil countyKyStation convenient to schools churches and mill and 20 minutes ride on L N R R from Richmond This land will be sold in two tracts First tract containing 122 acres lying on north side of pike All neces sary outbuildings firstclass repair and a fine stock barn costing over 2000 Also two fine young orchards in full bearing This is one of the best watered and most fertile farms in Madison county TRACT NO 2 contains 85 acres and is in grass and corn finely watered and with good house- I will at the same time sell 20 acres of corn in shock and 100000 hard brick and a lot ofnice cut stone Anyone de siring to see will find man on perraises Terms liberal and made known on day of sale This land will be sold separately and then as a whole with the privilege of accepting the bid mone3rFor ad dress Geo D White Richmond Ky T D Chenault Auct Dr Hobson dentist next door Government building If RlhhraondKy t Bring your Qdsnit and trousers and have them cleaned and pressed byJ the new process KxouFrat MAIILEBC Tailors In the day of old wtoIi1 r1ighits were bold And Barons held their way Folks loved time silver and tho gold Jnst as they do today In nil ages silver and gold have sa ell tho world Jewelry hold sub lime fnci nation for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices ron will regard with favor Com in and seo 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 time necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years of experience give us that knowl edge tf L E LANE Yffl 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 here last winter and her second appearance will looked forward to with pleasure This entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Cecilian Club Miss Dykes will be assisted by Mr William L Amslar violinist and Mr ODonald tenor 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 400 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 the many in our stock This is the handsomest line that was ever in the city All these goods possess many attractive features not the least of which is their handsome appearance and durabilityLap at all prices from 150 upwardsT J+ Moberley Public Sale Having rented my farm I will sell to the highest and best bidder on the premises two miles north of Red House on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1902 Beginning promptly at 10 oclock a UK the following personal property 5 aged males 2yearold males 2 mare mule colts 1 yearling mule 23 head of yearling cattle 18 2yearold heifers 2 8yearold steers 6 cows 8 calves 2 brood mares 1 jennet 88 head of hogs 6 brood BOWP 40 pigs 800 barrels of corn 111 heap 800 shocks of fodder 1 mower binder 8 harrows together with other farming im plements household kitchen furniture and many other things to numerous to mention TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash in hand j over that amount on n credit until January ii 1003 without interest with ne gotiable note and payable at bank WAI H HARBER T D CHENADLT Auctioneer Dr DeHAVEN-I MAKE A SPECIALTY ol NERVOIJS DISEASES treatmentof1 not only cure Nervous troubles but I can put 15 to 30 pounds of weight en a thin delicate woman or andenlargeI1ackacbeaBeadachestarrh disappear forever under um speclflc treatment allthearaoJulSnltariaUents Can or write for farther information FIEDEIICIDeHAVENlIt3k1 Office 819 Fourth Ave LonlsvUtt Ky FURS u r Furs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to ptionbutsuch that sire worthy to be called Real Furs Only of Mjnvork i s well known to those who have dealt with me beforehand to newcomers I am prepared to furdish references of the most popular ladies of Richmond I make a Specialty o- fRembdelmgyjiRepairing and Dying isdoneLexmgtQnVisitfact BERNHrARD LOWENTHAL i tc Pjactical MantfactutiigFurrier 357 KtOiksF u The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat terhow big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not beenoverlooked and customers can expect the same range of yelvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business v 1 WklingSJkirtsMade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitdhing at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra fullflare bottom finished with S rowsstitching skirt trimmed with pipings of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 Ladies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool skirting full flounce bottom finished with 4 rows of stitching top of flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in floun e 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 50 7Gc n yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations roc Moire Velonrp 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 08c FancV Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8j 10 and ISo a yd Ladies Purses and Wrist Hags 25 and 49c Childreus Purees with chain 5c Call in and eee our goods and he prettiestline OWEN McKE We have received our new fall line of Alfred Benjamin Gos 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 ns a call Full line of Lion Brand Shirts at 75 cents Beautiful line of AquaProof Rain Coats rr- tJllfKdfyenjmm 1AIIS trw yors If LOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY OF OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENTRichard Largest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky J n E 1 J Mst Beautiful Y Ul Lne of Fall andWinLet ivgos evrdisplajed iu H iclimoiniiii now be t found at my store The Best + t theLthe result that today no Dry Goods House1 vasti1 i line of goods will please t r f The Millinery Department i ndfby calling aLmy store Ghejne a i C call before gpiBfj elsewhere t r iT1it D titi1rt rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 165 bj icenewstockofr Fch Q1jg lose prices forBoquet flour Richmond Climax SESDAY NOV 5 1902 10 me cntlic balcony ms for rent apply Mrs Sallie ardsep l lf Kanawha Salt at L R tons oct J3m te Win II llarbers advertise in today CLIMAX here is prospect of Winchester g a handle and spoke factory ull blooded Narragansett turkeys leBIns C F CIIENACLT 20 4t ietneinber Miss Minnie Dykes will the Grand Opera House Friday rubber tire baby buggy almott d as new for sale cheap Calls office tf H Harris minstrels will be at herd Hall Kirksville Saturday Nov 8 temember the lecture of Prof Burke at the court house Satur veuiHK Nov 15 leterved seats for Harris min at Kirksville next Saturday can cured from Dr Fry r Harry Scrivner who was oper pon last week fur appendicitis is nicely and is on the road to re y r I A Robinson the jeweler unces some great bargains Be to read his advertisement in this of the CUMAX 50000 hard brick for sale at 8 per iand by D C Wiggins Bro In at New Opera House or grocery vine street oct29tf be regular monthly meeting of lips Aid Society of the First yterian church will meet this loou in the lecture room of the h ro Ueoree D White our popular wan advertises a sale for Nov t which he will dispose of his lid farm near Whites Station elsewhere sure to hear Prof Burkes ren ci John Anderson My Jo It is worth more than tho of admission he Kichuiund colored football played a worm game with the gton aggregation on the old how forth IL Street Friday Richmond the score being 18 to 9 he Medical Society of Garrard V will be entertained Friday ng by the physicians of Kirksville lI Oldham well known here is on the program to read a paper turJay Nov 8tn In Old Ken will be seen at the Lexington House This is one of the jt successes of the times and a is in store for all who will attend he Grand Opera House opened iJay night with a brilliant ine attendance to witness At v Forge The house was well there being over 700 tickets sold jcne seemed well pleased with hay r W S Oldham the furniture as your attention to the change advertisement in todaysCLIMAX it through and then profit by go the corner of Irvine and Second and make a purchase of some in his line M Wisetmu Son Lending era of Louisville have just gotten Nfw Catalogue embracing every in tho Jewelry line If yon a ImniUonic article iuitalile for a mR provrnl at Junst reasonable write lor a rainocti 132 W t IIrl IniijKviili Ky gnn Dr Goldstein R OoMaViti wilt tank thip illon F6i1r nuil StiJnilMrJj tih R lln inritr laiR frlpnl itro s to PI him PtCUU Netlag ncnar mIe ot the ritv wl b Iod tornyrov tiIIti- lspt8nt niitlf r of bnsineJS up for consideration For Rent on West Main street IAddres rO8lS ton One year or tf T S HAGA- NBryautSille Ky R Blanton is sole 3mo for Wilton Jellico coal SOy Prosptd Hicksthe weather prophet predicts wind hall snow fire lightning sleet and so on for the month of November while it is said December will be very mild It remains to be seen how much truth them laiD these forecasts SportIt until the quail law expires Hunters arealready cleaning up their guns layingin n supply of shells getting out their hunting clothea and getting their dogs in trim In short they are very impatient for these few intervening days to pass Cut Off His Hrzeri Mr Curd an employe at the barrel factory while working at a planer Sat urday morning got his haruJ aught in the machine and had his middle finger cut oil Dr Jasper dressed the wound and the injured man is now doingv ry welt Ucion Organized The elect riciit workers of Nicholas villa and Jctsaiume county have formed a Union m order to better the condi wngescalehasapprentice 2 per day secondclass ap prentice160 per day and thirdclass 125 per day Strayed or Stolen From my place about three weds ago a pale red dehorned Coabout seven years old weight about 1100 paidlortf BenJIord Richmond Ky New Brick I have just burned a kiln of 200000 No1 brick Please call and see my brick if you have any building to do They are the large brick and Will gain 30 per cent over any brick on the mar upDelleredYard on Irvine street oct29 4t SAIl RICE Will Probably Move There is some talk of the L N moving its division headquarter from Paris to Livingston This means a great loss to Paris as it would cause numbers of people to move to Living ston while the pay roll amounting to 15000 a month which is now distrib uted in Paris would be transferred to Livingston Accident at Barrel Factory On last Wednesday afternoon Fred Devore an employe at the barrel fac tory was working about the hoop ma chine when in some way he got his finger fastened The member was so badly mashed that amputation was necessary Dr H R Gibson dressed the wound taking the finger off at the second joint Buys a church The German Evangelical Lutheran church of Lexington which was fold by the Master Commissioner last week was purchased hy Prof B C Hager man formerly of this city The price paid for the building and furniture was 1100 It is said that tho Broad way Christian church will be divided and half of the congregation will take the new building Compromises A final settlement of the litigation growing out of the indorsement bonds of the Richmond Nicholasville Ir vine and Beattvville railroad by the Monon Railroad Company thirteen years ago has been announced An order of compromise and settlement was made in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals in Indianapolis last Friday by Judge Baker Jose tau Mr Lee Burton has been carrying his right eve in a sling for several days as a result of a pair ful accident Some days ago while passing through a corn field he stumbled and in falling struck a corn stalk which cut an ugly gash across his face The pain was so in tense that he was compelled to go to a physician who removed a large peico of corn stalk from just above his eye ror Better Service A long needed improvement has been made in the fire department by adding another horse to the hose wagon Here tofore the hose wagon has been drawn bv ono horse and while he did his best be was sometimes a little late in ar riving at the scene of action Being on the spot is half the battle In case of fire so a little extra expense in equip ping the department will be counted as no extravagence bas Leaked The Water Light Company was beset by a thousand and one anxious inquirers last week who wanted to know what was the matter with the flow of gas The gas was turned off several times caUBirg some inconvenience to consumers hut when the cause was explained all were snlsOo The rea son fr tho irregularity was that n leak somewhere in the main resulted in great waste and much loss ol pressure While the search was being made for this leak it was necessary to turn the gass itT It took several days to flud it An Excellent Game A pnial1 oJ inrnrcl out Saturday IIflelluo1I tit tire Minllent game ol tat Mil liHivttii the NicholasvllI teqIn Hint the KiiUiinond Athletic Club Although the giime Jased but twenty fie minutes it wns replete with good plays from start to finish Time was called after ten minutes of the second half so that the visitors could catch the afternoon train The score stood 10 to 0 in favor of Richmond Hamil ton made a touch downln the first half but failed the goal The second touch down was made by Jerry Parrish The least team hopes to play the return game in Nicholasville at an early date and Opening Of lJll SuJzJtbgs est line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever id in Central Kentucky from which we make der and guarantee a fit either Suit TroUSerSQf Overcoat d the ay Weus a call before YOU buyout ntee a fit and satisfaction and prices below gn work r Stouffer MahierT- AILORS R S WehaAe added a cleaning and pre ngdepart is2t and can Serve you on A stock of select Cut with a touch of good looks in Extra at Cuts J toJ 75 If you buy boots to best in have to buy from us Ours were with the care and will give the most for least 2 3 4 Boots too at Our boots were to order last sum mer when lowest so we can offer best Snag Proof Boots at Same as cost 275 to 3 Editors to Meet The Press nas decided to have a mid winter meeting in Lctrfiville January 27 One of tho features of the occa sion will be a grand banquet at which the of the Board of Trade the President of the Club and the Mayor Jcf the city will be guests of honor Editors all over the State will be to attend Finished at Last The L A A rairoad has reached Beattyvllleat last and now it is only a of a few until trains will be running The last rail connect big us with was laid last Tuesday After waiting for nearly fourteen years for the of the road we will now begin to derive some benefit from that end of the line The L A has been the making of our town and its influence will be felt more as time goes on Nominated Judge J1II Benton of and Commonwealths Attorney Ben A Crutcher of having no have been declared the nominees of the party for the offices of Circuit Judge and Attorney respectively Both zen have filled tho offices for which are with credit to and their and the Democrats of the district could not find two better men for the next term It goes without saying that their election will be a walkover Old FaUnt Judge J C Chenault recently came into of an old deed which was given four years before became a state The old patent is printed on sheep skin and is dated Jan nary 16 It was made in favor of Catlitt Conway giving him to have nnd hold ono seven hun tIred and acres of land ly river in Lincoln ing on county Ky The document bears the signature of Edmund third governor of the of Virginia Tim land Ikain what is now county and is owned by the Big 11111 Coal Concert The ronrert to be given At the Gran O era HOIIIi Friday cvcninir under tli r Iho eeihlnii Club for Mis Minnie I ykoe viii be ever Kiven in Mis Dykes a girl Is too well known h ro liar sweet voice has been heard before to need comment Of the noted young violinist who will bo one of the assistants tho notice has been made Mr Ambslcr Is a musician by he redity and training and is an artist in sense of the word I predict for him a bright luturcrrof Henry School of Music Action Rescinded A special meeting ot the City Council was hold night at which time the was which was passed at the special meeting four weeks ago the State and Na tional banks of the city to pay taxes on the full amount of their capital stock When the first came up City Attorney J Talbot Jackson filed a written report on the matter in which be cited several decisions delivered in other cities on the same He claimed that banks should bo to pay taxes on the surplus and profits and on tbe full amount of tile stock The banks claimed that should be listed on a basis of eighty percent the same as real an other property For this reason went be lore the Council and had the former action See our handsome line of samples and piece goods before you buy your fall salt or overcoat Prices right SrooEFBR MAHLER Tailors Dot Ml to read L Q idwtiMMWtt IK paper CHOOSE YOUR OVERCOAT PROM OUR GREAT STOCK iiHere are plain facts about our Overcoat business Larger buying makes it for us to undersell local competition smaller expenses enables us to cut profits much shorter than the big city rAnd we earnestly an early opportunity to prove to that for 11It it STYLEQUALITY OR PRICE Our Overcoats cannot be bettered anywhere in America immense variety to select from at all prices 5 6 7 8 1250 20 2250 and 25 ugh Cut Shoes STRONG VALUES large High Winter Shoes styleand the better grades values 225 and 250 High 25 Calf and Kip Boots advantage youll greatest satisfaction the money 250 350 saving Felt Boots made were the 225 to 250 elsewhere Kentucky Association commencing president from expected question days Boattyville completion Nicholssville opposition Commonwealths they constituents Twentyfifth possession Kentucky 1788 thousand eightyfive Jlockcastlo Randolph Commonwealth Company iiii8plrpni finest Richmond Richmond here following every Tioellsh Cincinnati Auditoilnro order rescinded requiring question question required they estate they repealed ScuarfdtV todaya easy alt and stores invite you An 10 15 18 zBoys Madison county selected and Boys prices prices Commercial Winchester Democratic nominated themselves Rockcastle Thursday west Mansfield Drowned Many of the friends of Ernest Mansfield were shocked to read of his trag ic death which occured at Cambridge Mass Friday The press dispatches stated that an overturned shell was found on Charles river that afternoon and subsequent inquiries developed the fact that the last person seen in it was Ernest F Mansfield of the Harvard Law School All that could be learned of the missing man was that be had gone out alone and a short time later the overturned shell was found Mr Mansfield was well known in this city where he and his brother Joe D Mansfield of Louisville were popular students for several years Ernest Mansfield graduated with the class of 1897 and was one of the honor men of his clasp He was a son of Mr J G Mansfield of Springfield Ky Court Day There was a good lot of stock on the market court day and everything was sold Norris Bros reported about 1600 head of cattle at their yards which brought from 2 to 6 cents The Madi son Stock yards reported 1500 the same prices prevailing No grade of cattle wanted for buyers A number of buyers were In the market for horses and mules Newland Jones sold to T J Curtis for a Southern firm a good pair of mules for 310- John E Williams Co of Pennsyl vania bought ten good saddle and hat ness horses at an average of 125 A few mule colts were on themarket and sold readily the prices being about the same as on last court day There was a large crowd in town and all the merchants did a good business Finished With a Flourish With many a joyful whoop ringing of bells blowing of whistles and yell lug by a happy crowd a gaily decorat ed engine with John Coffelder at the throttle drew proudlv up to the lepot on Wednesday at 305 p m with a train of dingy flat cars loaded with railroad iron boys girls men and women It was the first train through it was scheduled to arrive last Janua ry and was given a noisy reception Everybody wanted to shake hands with everybody and they did it There was a continual uproar from the time the train reached Normans mine until it reachrd the depot and there wasnt much silence then It now remains for the directors to inspect the work slid accept it when the road will be opened for traffic and we will have a thorough line to Louis yule via ths Southern Mr Brown lug the General Manager promises a good schedule forBeattyvillo Beatty ville News Seen Eat Rat Heard Mr William Lawson Suinrall the Republican nominee for Congress main tamed bill eloquent and dignified silence even to the end of his campaign At a meeting of the Democratic committee two weeks ago Gov McCreary was invited to speak at the Court House on Court Day All this arrangements for the speaking were made and on Monday morning the committee had bills printed notifying the visitors of the event About ten oclock Gov Mc Creary heard that Mr Sumrall was In the city and that he expected to speak at one oclock Gov McCreary bunted tho visitor up at once and told him and several of his friends that be would Withdraw lila appointment until three oclock and give the candidate the first chance at the votew Mr Sum rail thanked him for the hon r and accepted About two hours later Gov McOreary received word from Mr Summits friends that the Eepablican candidate wouldn tpeakat one oclock Nothing would have been thought of it had Jt not been that Mr Gilbert throughput the campaign has inylted and urged Mr SmraUto di vide time with him and Mr Samrall hasalwaysdeclined Now wb a the op port nity was almost forced apOB hits ho backed out all o which shgwetl tb tbbdDO jurjtaiUMt TEN DOLLAR SUITS Best In Kentucky Weset out determined to have the strongest line of Ten Dollar Suits in Kentucky and weve collected splendid stock of extra quality allwool fabrics in many beautiful patterns every stitch sewedwith best silk thread and every garment perfect in Fit Style and Workmanshipthe strongest values in the State at the price 10 a Suit we do not halt here Our great stock contains everything IBut an honest value at 5 00 up to the finest handmade suits at 22 50 And with every purchase our positive guarantee of full value or your money back if it proves otherwise Let us clothe you well at small cost GOYINfiTONS BANKS Will Assist the Elks Miss Minnie Dykes who will sing at the Grand Friday night has consented to take leading part in the Elks entertainment which will be given in De cember BIRTHS KEIOHBPFABK On Monday Oc tober 27 to the wife of Mr Albert Keichspfarr a 9lb daughter BUBNAM To the wife Of Mr E T llnrnam a fine girl Flornce Kennedy on November 2nd Senator RcCrearys Speech Hon James B McCreary closed the campaign with a strong speech at the court house Monday afterncon A large crowd of farmers and business men representing the best Madison countys citizenship was ont to bear him He spoke at length on the future of Democracy and the strength of the party principles He spoke of the broken promises of the Republicans and how the party deceived the people in the last two elections by not sticking to the platform on which the elections were secured He handled the trust ques in a masterly way showing bow by being protected by the Government the magnates could control not only what the working people of the country had to buy but what they bad to sell as well He explained how the only rem edy for such a condition is In a revision of the tariff laws although President tfoosevelt says that the revision cant be made and Mark Hanna says the law in good enough as it is In closing Mr McCreary predicted that the day of Republican misrule was almost at an end and that two years hence a Democratic president would be elected with oatdifficultyWithdraws From the Clam A Lexington dispatch says The Rev Dr J WMcGarver presi dent of the Bible College of Kentucky University Sunday asked lor the letters ot himself and wife at Broadway Chris ian church because it was decided to install an organ in his church Dr Mo Garvey who is known throughout the State as a writer and debater on roll gious subjects was the first pastor of the church after its organization In 1870 He lisa always opposed supplying the church with an organ claiming that the use of instrumental mn ic is contrary to the teachings of the Bible Because the concngaiton would not install an organ in the church several J oars ago a portion of ilic itviubersbip formed the Central Chrihtian Church and erected a handsome bnilding on Walnut street Recently great pressure hits been brought to bear on the deacons aid they finally decided to put the mat ter in the hands of the congregation and Sunday morning took a vote on the question After tho vote showed the oigan winner Dr McGarvey arose and asked for his letter He will join the Cbestnutstreet church which has no instrumental music DOYLESVILLE Kager Kirby Jr near liars died last- S urday morning from a relapse of ferer Mr JrK White of this place is very Ion Mr and Mrs W C Giigga have returned from a two weeks visit to the hatters parents ia Jackson county There will be a Quarterly meeting the Methodist chmreh at this place tfitrd Saturday sad Sunday IB thi- snnth held by Elder JB Deering of LJIxlngton Mr Jerry Moore of this place who bB been very low for riesae time with wliat WM thought to be con pUa ow growing better JMrEIchird Write vteJted his son 1 race Well of Waco few d ya the 1week Remember th Owwrt tIhe Grand y Idsy might c A Beautiful StoeIWork Is progressing D Oldhams new building and it will not be many weeks until the Busy Bee is located in the new quarters Tbe building will be one of the handsomest and most complete in all appointments in the city With the large store room on the first foot and the light base ment a splendid show of goods can be made The office in the rear of tho building will be above the level of the floor and from it can be had a full view of the whole stock The furni ture and fixtures will be built to cor respond with the handsome finish of the building The second story will contain offices about twelve in num her all conveniently arranged and well lighted and ventilated The frOnt of the building is of stone and pressed brick Time Oldham store la one of the most attractive and substantial improvements that Las been made In Richmond in a long time and it is due to the untiring efforts and sound bus ness methods of its promoter that we have It With more such enterprising citizens as Mr Oldham the one or two other unsightly buildings which belong to an age that has passed would give place to handsomer an more modern structures and change the whole town for the better MATRIMONIAL TAYLORHART Last week in Cin cinnati Miss Daisy Hart of Cynthia na was married to Mr G W Taylor of Greenville Miss Miss Hart used to live in Richmond where her father Capt J W Hart was proprietor ot the Garnett House She is a niece of Mr T H Hut of this city BmntFiLAND On last Wednes day morning at the home of the bride near Stanford Miss Janie Feland was united in marriage to Mr R J Berry a prosperous farmer of Bath county The wedding was very quiet the ceremony being performed by Rev Busa barger after which the happy couple drove to Danvllle where they took thin train for the grooms home The bride is quite well known in Richmond where she has often visited Jwing tho gnog of her cousins Mrs C M Shearer ansi Miss Janie eland Her many friends hero will wlch hpr unbounded happl ness rn a lung married life DEATHS WOODALL Mrs E II Woodall mother of Mm E 0 Vance of this city died at her h mo in Franklin last Wednesday aftera long illness COOK The remains of Miss Lottie Cook were interred In the Richmond cemetery yesterday afternoon Miss Cook was a daugbterof Captain Cook who formerly lived here and was pro prietor of the hotel at tho L N depot but lately ol ClnrlottsviHe Va PEYTON Mr John II Peyton of Lexington died at his borne in that city last Tuesday and wwi buried here Wednesday Mr Peyton is well known in Richmond formerly being a resi dentof Madison and hat a number of relatives amoBg them Is Mm George Samuels arister of Mr Nylon SAMCKUB Mr Harry Samuels youngest child ofMrs Mary Samuels of Mt Sterling died last Saturday morning at 4 oclock Deceased had been an invalid for some time with lung trouble He was nineteen years of age and was a moat talented miwi cianhaviBK herEIN hie death devoted himself to theetlldy l music Mr Samuela WM a close relittlve of Mrs taarft ThOfflSOH of this city Mcpe tiu OtkIL Ifwi tJE tkc Oft Laxative BrMM Qti iM T blete cure a coW Inooe dYfe sOre B e py PriM 96 ewtte W1I lUrrta aiMtcete will girt a parade MMl fft ee rlh at Kiriwvilte next BUrdaoeoflata3OeIoek III Of 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to3 25 300 Suits 75c to 6 JOO Knee 10 to 50c OF Illi t f i to Cash To Entertain NonResident Members Judge J C Chenault who was recently elected a member of the Louis ville Commercial Club has received an invitation to the dining to be given the nonresident members on the evening of November 15 The main purpose of the occasion aside from tbe goodfellowship is aYnll and free interchange of Ideas relative to tbe industrial and commercial and advancement of Ken tucky There will be addresses on live business issues by Mr A Y Ford Col Logan 0 Murray Mr Clarence Dal lam and others all of which is to be fol lowed by a general discussion certain to be interesting and profitable The speeches will be along the line of the commercial development of Kentucky Mr Logan C Murray as chairman of the Joint Army Post of the Commercial Club and Board of Trade will review briefly the efforts raiEdeto ward locating one of the four big army posts in Kentucky and may auggeet some further stops in this direction Mr Clarence Dallam will talk on the amendment to tIle State cbHstitHtioa section on taxation He helped get tlib bill through thp Legislature that makespossible a votetia this subject Mr A Y Ford M president of the Kentucky Exhibit eaoolatioa will be heard on the movement to raise featk for a Kentucky building and exhibit at the Purchase ExpotitUHt in LLMi in 194 TJlIfofJerIe wjJr i Go to ttw dHMKl Friday iffat 50c Shirts Large buying makes it possible for us to show the greatest line of fifty cent Shirts in Madison county No where else such beautiful patterns suchsterling values such variety to pick from Let us show you 50c 50c Hanan Shoes Finest Made For Men Florsheim Shoes Second Only to Hanans WalkOver Shoes The Worlds Best for the Price Our Mens and Boys Footwear Stock is the biggest and best in Richmond and we are anxious for your patronage ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten ThousandDollars Worth CLOTHINGTO Boys Boys Pants Committee Loafekw 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap pricest11we SEE OUR STOCK H QUILTS BLANKETS Etc Dont FaiLTo Visit rIr Millinery Department 1 And SeAll The New And Nobby Styles Respectfully the SubmittedE V ELDER development Rich Copper find at Drtyfoj Great excitement has prevailed in the Dreyfus neighborhood for a week or more over the rich vein of copper which baa been found on the farm of WB Baker near that place Sometime agoJesse Hastings of Tullnhoom Tenn was at work on the Cumberland near Pinevllle Here he discovered the copper bloom a soft rock that resembles flint in appearance It is said that this rock always follows the vein ofcopper Mr Hastings recognized the indication at once and baa been following this vein all summer He traced it all through the mountains to the Big HilL Several times he dug when he thought the vein was near the surface but without success Finally he reaped Mr Bakers farm where the indications werA more favorable than ever and after digging about fit teen feet was rewarded by striking copper He took some epeeteens of the FOlO Lexington last week to be ana led at the gtete College The result showed seventy per eent eepper Mid three per cent silver ore Mesers HastingaiHl Baker have leased a great deal of AW inad along the jfate followed and art Mia kstaJilhprice They 6y an inexhaustible vela el Uw Reheat eepper A party efLftxigtta eapltaUaye aJretdy BMMte aJ1ic h Wd few tl Hr holdings Meet dtebes 10 cents each one tail UlHtekt81Jeea1s each easperpeeadi 2 1 Tw C iSws Kxt door to ChrvwrMMMt BWa yy RELIGIOUS The Rev J L McClung huts resigned the pastorate of the Paint Lick Presby terian church Ho preached his fare well sermon to that congregation last Sunday morninir Mr McClung is a Virginian by birth and lies been a tea ideut of Kentucky for about eighteen monthsRev D G Combs and Rev J M Rl18hof Winchester are holding a revival at Clay City which is said to 1m the Greatest meeting ever conducted in that town Prof R C Adams of this county has charge of the singing There have already been about one hundred and fifty conversions Public Sale I will offer at Public Sale at 2 oclock p m on SaturdaYtNov 15th my house and lot located in Richmond Ky on Irvine stT near Court House Sevntrooms lot 84x270 feet good hiDginTerm mAde known on day of sale I OSCHMJDfJ L b rTO THOSE wishing to purchase the Fence celebrated Page Wire nWeare pleased instate that iit is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuctle BImnona IVchmond Hearer Harailton Waco Jo O 8 Powell Red House J W Masters ValleyVIeW J V Whitlpck Baldwin John Btapnr NewbycA kBurton liobcrts Ruthton J WTeatcr E dento nP JW Erewitt Cottonburg L A Wearrcn PalntLlct t C McWbsrter wallaceton Itlckner Earlv Berea J T Coy Kirk n1 MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Br Kings New Discovery FOIt Consumption Ccghs andCoIds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined 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 50c 8 SI Trial Bottle Free Irt We have moved our produce business from Ihe East End of Maln- it street to the Gnrnctt House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We wiltcOqtin o to pay the 1hlJhest market pficef n vL EggstPoultryt HidesrFurs and other Produce 7 Give us a call iriour hew quarters and we will convinpu that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT ERpS Second street 2tjftn1y RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville 2tHotel Glyndon Friday and Saturday November 7 and 8== There are numerous conditions where Glasses are required and give roBe Headaches dizziness darting pains in eye ball or temple smarting sensation ill or about tire eye Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited 6 Big Dill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of J AlntteCoali L t Guaranteed to last aU night in ordinary tgrate without any attention Jf Jf i4 + t+4+++++++++++ ++ j- e NOTICEWhen the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice F Thurman Co 1iitf NeedI Hiram KyI Grocery Whats the use running a risk by buying common stoves when we can supply you with the best the market affords Our t AirnTignt Radiitcr will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills and good service WojiayoJn8tocka carjlpad of d Hickory VEQD f OurEi A Jr4 saveg1 vprderforilloQfing and Guttering Satisfaction cuaran teed Respectfully T TAYLORBROS Must 66 Regardless of Price WillgingIuntil every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of RSturesarrd Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire OilsVarnishesWindow Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of Painters arid Paper Hangers Tools t will be disposed of This is a genuine sale aslhe goods must pcivilegand get the pick of the stock Phil U Willging BXECUTO Commirnonen S n c H Coriogton PUt aeslnit E E Mitchell Hrs DUB NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY DY virtue of aJudgment and Order of Sate or Li the JUdison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1902 in the aboye ityle cause the undersigned will on Way Iobr B U Between the hours otll and It oclock a m on the premises In Klchroo d Madison county Ky proceed to expose to the highest and best bidder the fOllowing de scribed property Tit Lots Nos 8 and 9 in the n N I B Railroad addition to the city of Richmond Ky fronting on George street 40 feet each and running baektke same width to the railroad rithtof way TEBM88ale will be made on a credit six 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security bribe payment of the purchase moneyto have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid SE SCOTT 22oc St M CM O C OQiIkDc s I4c- ETFisliCo s if Plffa tagainst Kiz Cornelison Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a judgment anti 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 3tt02 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 and best bidder the lot lowing described property viz The Undivided OneFifth Interest Of Klz Cornelison in and to the follow lug two tracts of land viz lst The undivided oneflfth inter est in a tract of land situated in Mad son county Kyon the waters of Silver Creek containing 55 acres more or less 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 tbe Berea and Kinston piLe 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 Benge Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 5102180 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs horeof 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 pay ment of the purchase money to have the force and effect ota judgment bear lug legal interest from with a lien reserved upon said property until nfl the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT 15oc3t M C M C C 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted excursions leave Louisville 12 oclock noon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Only 65Os Tickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reductr i o n s from all points Liberal stop over privileges at important points in California Only through car route from this section to California For further information address RH Fowler TP A For Spring- 1902ce i1 White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn FrenchLawntOrgan ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fiue Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines r vash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts- hiteAN Gtbson RICHMOND KY The Abuse of Fuel The high prices of coal caused by the strike now end ing have carried with thema salutory lesson It has reminded our people that they have been using fuel waste fully The natural resources of the United States are s6 great tuat something out of the usual order is necessary to convey the lesson thaltliere is a limit to tnemV Butit is not merely in the matter of wastefulness that fuel has been abused The sanitary argument is even stronger than thut based on economy In America we in dulge in hot baths to adegree unknown in other parts of the world Some of those who lecture us on the subject proba bly err on the other side The cold rooms of Germany and France have their draw backs anilthereis reason to belies e that they are often ink sufficiently heated But that does not in any degree ex cuse the lhot rooms to which Americans are very commonly subjected It is not the de gree of cold which is so fatal to health as the sudden trans ition from heat to cold To quit a room at the tempera ture of a day in July and go into a zero temperature is necessary perilous yet this is a ccmmonyncfdentof Ameri can experience It has cost many a man bis life and caused others troublesome attacks of illnessWith coal abnormal prices the temptation tousetoomuch fuelis not so strong When normal rates are restored it is altogether likely that mot of the people will forgetithe prudence which necessity has taught them But it is not too much to hope that the les son of the strike may not be altogether lost on some Pickings From Fiction The love of no man is an in suIt until it begins todemancC Daniel Everton A plant in the room on wash day is worth more than a bUnch of flowers on Sunday Nature Portraits Men folks is like pickles some Women is the brine theyre pickled in They dont keep sweet without em Mrs Tree- Readiness to answer all manner of questions involv ing book learning is the be ginningof a species of idiocy The Unspeakable ScotI A person who cant argue is like a person who cant chew he swallows the facts of life unprepared for digestion Those Delightful Ameri cansThe arm of the Ibreadwinnermore by an unexpected caress or an encouraging word from loved ones than by all the roastbeef in Christendom Buell Hampton Thar never was a plant as chairtyiswhar they kin watch it close youjestnigh always has had soil ur a drought to contend with Abner Daniel Boy Sent by Express An express package consis ting of an eight year old boy arrived in Lexington Monday night from Maysville On one lapel of his coat was fastened an express tag while on the other was his ticket On one side of the tag was written To the Childrens home Lexington OSTRICH lOGIC nodangeritsbody tothedangerous enemieS of humanity are the diseasebreedingIt is harder to get the microbe butDrpurifying keepingit If there areeruptions on the skin boils pim othersigns blood use Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery whichwill purify the blood and cure tJt eruptions which come from it gotomriiicluewinter ot 2895 t got worse than I had ever been My tonsils were enlarged and my neck swotten couldnothelpedmeme for twelve months when I heard of a lad tskjnyourtaklnglLInoneweeklwuI began takIng the medhjne I could sit up restoreleeponiyasore at times I could not eves swallow sweet eatingsoresIbedoctarsaidthreebottleofbis dl4ucDs Pierces P1ssant Pellets citr con paU aa4 ba f l rtntJI A TEXAS WONDER HALLS OEEAT DSCOVEUY I One small bottle of Kails Great Dis bladdertroublesweqandlamebackrheumatism the kidneys and bladder an both men and women regulates laddertroubles- in children If not so d by your drug istwill bJent by miii on receipt of boUlefiis Jtwonibhthftf treatmenland will curl any case abQe mentioned Dr E Vf Halt sole man ufacturer P 0 Box6S9 St Louis Mo clrug4JristsRichmond Ky READ TirJja Richmond Ev Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Luis Mo Denr thqFexasWonderery for kidney and bit dcler trouble I Ibeganuslngitfeel better than JtHave in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec For the convenience of sub urban residents letter boxes are to be attached to certain of the Sheffield England municipal tramway cars at night h i r LuckIn Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Spires of Walton Furnace Vt got a box of Bucklers Aruica Salve that wholly legNothingbruises felons ulcers eruptions boils bums corns and piles Only 25c Guaranteed by Perry Thomas drug cists 1m Berkley near San Fran cisco a town of 20000 inhabi taut which is the seat of the University of California cori tains no public houses and has no policemen Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva Ohio had the piles for forty year Doctors and dollars could no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Halve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacreatlons ec zema tetter salt rhenrit and all other skin diseases Look fdrthe namejDe Witt on the package all othersrare cheap worthless counterfeits 1m r For Sale I offer for sale my residence on IIigL street Lot is 00 x220 ft with new sta ble anti all necessary out buildings House contains eigh rcoma and kitch en all in cood repair nnd will be sold at a bargain tl Sirs Elizabeth Crow If you are biJlious and seeking ad visers ffnke DeWitta Little Early Risers t Just before going to bed mijrrpwYou Thats all just enough said These famous gills do not gripe but move the bowels gently and easily cleansing the liver Their tonic effect Rives strength to the glands prevent lug a return of the disorder Mark Twain Orders Fuel 2A Washington dispatch says The following letter was re ceived at the Treasury De partmentNew City Oct 3 The Honorable the Secretary of the Treasury Washington D OSir Prices for the customary kinds of winter fuel having reached the alti tude which puts them out of reach of literary persons in straightened circumstances I desire to place with you the following order- Fort3Tfive tons best old dry Government bonCs suitable for furnace gold 7 percent 1864 preferred Twelve tons early green backs range size suitable for cooking Eight barrels seasoned twentyfive and fifty cent pos tal currency vntage of 1866 eligible for kindlings Please deliver with all convenient dispatch at my house in Riversdale at low estrate for spot cash and send bill to Your obliged servant uMarkTwairi who will be very grateful and L will vote right V Notice Of Filniary EecUon At a called meetingof the Madison County Democratic Committee a quorum being present it is ordered 1st That a primary eltction be held in Madison county Kentucky on the 22nd day of November 1902 for the purpose of nominating a ismdidato for Circuit Clerk of Madison county to be votedfor at the genera election in 1003 A poll will be opened at six oclock m and closed at four oclock p in On the said 22 of November in each of the legally established voting precincts in Madison county at the usual voting placcajitsnid precincts 2nd That on or before twelve oclock noon on the 7th diy of Novem ber 1002 each person expecting to be come a candidate in said primary shall deposit with W R hiackelford Treasurer the sum of l5lto be used for the purpose of defrayipg expenses of said primary election Und any per son failing to make said deposit on or before twelve oclock nooii November 7th 1902 shall be ineligiblettOrbe voted for at said primary election If the amount deposited should be deemed insufficient to meet the ijecessary ex pense the committee shall compel the candidates qualifying tcT contribute pro rata the necessary airibunt- 3rd Each candidate qjfalifyiiig for said election shall not lat 5 than No votniior 7tf I0b2 submit ii thE Deiri ocraHc1n1 I f en is 11 election officers for each votingpl lncelUthe- county 4th That eald prImary clcctl n shaH be held under thelai govcrnii g such elections 5th That all legal 0tJWJIO have heretofore affiliated with tl Democrat ic party and who expect it and pledge themselves to support t o nominee of said party and all porso s who will be legal voters at the Nov mber election 1903 who pledgothetni ves to s port th KHBlnea B primary oltb1 t L J primar16thiublisUed in the Kentucky Register indi rthe Richmond CLIMAX andshall be posted at twentyfour couspicious places in the county one In each vot ng pr cinct anti on the Court House o rL Richmond Kentucky forty lays bolero the said 22nd of November 002 7th The County Court Clerk is di ecteTHb prepare ballots for this pri nary as required by law not later than the 10th day of November 1902 4 Jons 15 CHEXADLT oct 14t Chairman Dem Com iJ 4rEJThis signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BrornOQuinine Tablet the remedy that cures o cold in ono day AtILTo Tie To 1 An exchange published the following item which is true from start to finish A gruff old bachelor was heard to remark the other day Once I was young and now I am old and Ive never seen a girl unfaithful to her mother that ever came to be worth a oneered button to her husband Its not a guess Its not exactly in the bible but it is written large and awful in the miserable life of a misfit home Im talking for the boys this time If one of you ever come across a girl with a face full of roses who says as you come to the door I cant go for thirty minutes for the dishes are not yet washed you wait for that girl You sit right clown on the door step and wait for her cause some other fellow maycomealongand takeheroff and right there you have lost an angel Wait for her and stick to her like a burr to a mules tail Taken Up Taken up as estray a small brown suckling mare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have same by properly proving ownership and paying charges J H Allman tf Chief of Police Cheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Burlington Route will renew the evezydavdiringptewber to Montana Idaho Washington Ore gon and California finch as 530 Irom St Louis 33 from Chicago Bud 25 from Missouri River Ioiuis to California Portland nest Pugut Sound territtry with correspondingly low rules to Spokane District and the HutteHelena 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 wilt make such remarkably low firstclass round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springe and Pueblo as21 from St Louis 15 from Missiouri River and 25 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one fare plus S2 Ask nearest ticket agent for details Homeseekers Excursions AugustSeptembertions of the West and Northwest dayslimitConsult your rearest ticket agent or write us of your proposed trip and let us advise you the least cost send you our publications and otherwise assist you WM SHAW P 430 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St Louis Ho WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis Mo PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATIOIINEYS RW MILLER ATTORN1iTATLA- VBicunoxa KESTUCTT Office x the Burnam Building next door to armors National Bank feb3ljr A STJTiTOrVAiaJ ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J Ct D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LA IF RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER s AtforneyalZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY JdgTOffice over Taylor Brosl Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofitce In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PSTSIOIA1TS k DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KZNTUCKY Office In tht Dr Hobson building M InStreet ff C JASP EJl MD T Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stoufler Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place en Broadway icnuoND KENTDCKT yW EVANS M D PIIYSICIANAND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY faMrsEIY Osteopathic Physicians State Sank Trust Bdg LiferatBra furnished on appHcatfpa CONSULTATION fHtm Grd1i1tei 1cl wa Notice to Creditors Putties haxlnc claims against the estate o W M Brumback are requested to prcsttS same verified as required by law to the un dersigned on er before December 1902 All parties Indebted to the deceased are requested to pay promptly to the undersigned 8 J BBUMBACK roc 4t Admr W M Brnmback KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Prepared by L ODxWirr 00 Chicago Xho 51 bottloconta1nsZ times tbeSOc slam For sale by Perry Thomas Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It lias boon encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it line determined to allow discount of 25e per 1000 feet on BIn minating sail furnished on and after Dec1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to S175 fiSTBut 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 tho company for water All delia quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 decM tf ++ ++ 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 upt ate and accommo dieting cle rs Qcnnfae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Soda Pop is a purely temperance It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Tunction City Ky For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley KYSI38 26 45J20JWm Kaepzlen Milton Ky 28 41 28FerdinandRobt W Owens Louisvll e 14 00 It J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky u 5 60 Austin Roc port Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D 0 7myCt lem One Eye May Be Alright thedefectrested by Olasses willbsthe condition of the eyes Our tests are frea and the prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone securing just GoldFilletlnow style Finch eye glass TA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky AraerH old ntand Soil ly DENTAL SUEOSB br 1uttt Ic tODSOt Dzarr OP I3C13VILLE KT DnUdCnriUchmSndnovl111 Harry iM Blanton DENTIST Oflke m Bennett Bnlldtng ijanly TELEPHONE 1W DR JANDMAN Hotel Glyadoa J Wethes1syNovcmber 12 1902 riEf 4 7 ji i 1PLJEh rC 20 PER CENT OFON STOVES l 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Stove of any description from us We bought early in carload lots therefore we cansaveyouthe advance inprices andthe freightet Jf Jfr WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Great Majestic Range HeatersYoufore seeing us Seeing is buying We are sure we can give you a better article for less money than any one in this or any other to- wnHARDWARE OUR LINE OF Farming Implements Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow the only perfect Disc Plow made Its hIst The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that willpay you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Re pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmons 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 A Beautiful Home 4s a Womans Delight And our business is to supply the Furniture We can show you a beautiful correct and cityPricesOdd Pieces Diningroom Furniture in wax ed oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron Beds Teakwood Pedestals Tabourets and Tables Call and examine our handsome line of Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times weS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Inlr3ly KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DO- LLARFIRESAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burne Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was n cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are damaged in the least and these bargains are without a pd in this cityEVERYTHING In the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everytB is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see foryourselfthe bargains that being offered and get first pick from this immense stock Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prc First St Opposite Court House Ga- teJRiphnnondt K Gifts For The Holiday Season WE hAVE r Sol ft l11eddingOUtFrenchr4 t t Victor JBogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 5f E MAIN ST LEXNeTON SGin MjK SIW FDeihDgi Bottom rrice8 t is J 1tA mi f0 J r ZiW tIe i iSt4I f a ac1