You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 3, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 ric1902120301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 3, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J t k I 1 Ii j- h 4 THE RICHMOND CLIMAXa P ints Dwstho1h i VOLUME 29 RICHMOND M ISONtJOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DCEMBER 3 1902 NUMBER Yj 7 Be Wise v IAnd abstain from running store accounts Pay Cash save the pennies and you are bound to prosper We give a few of the many needfularticles jiTables knves anti forks sot 10o to CO Butcher knives 10 to 25is Tea and table sprang 10 and 15c Fire Shovels anil pokers5 and lOc Pad lochp 5 to 25c Galvanized trash tub 50 to GOct Corrugated tIvanzed coal hod 35e 2qt granite rice boiler 70c 9 qt tin buckets lOc 2qcWooden SemiPoreeliaii plates per set 3oc Meat dishes 10 to 40c China cups and saucers GOc And dont forget we have a nine line of Jardiniers from 25c to 240 Aleo Flower Pots r Everything is Cheap at he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY l R Blanton tDEALERIN tr Coal FedwS lt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr3O lyrPhone85 oc Big Dill cit1co 3 ORLANDO KY Shippers of e 0AInite Coal 4 ++ + + +++ + + + +4+ 4+ ++++ A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary iJgratt without any attention J f + + 4- k + H + +++ + + + + ++ +4 ++ ++ ++ ++ H + + e What You Need Is a Good Stove m Whaiff the use running a risk bvihiiving cpmmonj stoves when we can supply ypitt with the umrketjnilords Our a j Air TigM ftditcrLI iJ will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills and good service Wo have in stock a car load of t1d Hickor V7agon the most reliable lanD wagons in existence Our line of p Hrnw ra tJ1 r + + rT1inever department is complete and yon can save inuiipy hy trading with us Give ns your order for Roofing and Giuterlnjr Satisfaction guaran teed lleepoctfully TAYLOR iBROSii fiAutumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds1 Bed Room Suits t ining Room and a atchen Furniture tlft inH bpOyKi guaranteed to save you money W ecordialty invite QUI friejiil tocaUnmke our store their headquarters r IIiHH JdT iIt1rplease Our success depends upon it and the rea sonable prices at which every thing useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carts in varjetQii Picture Department is co te dqiie a I lihe hewest- molalnorsfii1iy carried r t I JL 1 1 A dO S JOPLIN hone 1hZc8 7 RICHMOND KY J ridtrt kin aS clal 1 jgtYajrt L FIVE HUNDRED TREES To be Planted on City Prop erty Good Work Being Done for a Future rt Interior Park During tpe Indian summer days of the past week a work has been going on which may some day yield the public large returns After the Ar jbor Pay celebration at the Childrens Playground on South Upper street on the first Friday of the present month at which 125 trees and shrubs were planted Mr Hecl3or Hillehmeyer v 1l1n teered toV member of Civic League tJb contribute as many additional trees to the numb r of 500 as could be advantageously planted on the whole piece of city property lying between Upper street and Broadway which it is hoped to convert into a city pack When the Mayor was told this he at once offered to have the city hands do the necessary work and has had it done as promptly as possible Upto the present time 300 stales foTtr eholes have been set with considerable1 Cl tiy of the lanilscapegardeningeffeetsmassing desirable views are to be shut off leaving open vistas from the high ground near the rail road embankment totake in tile view of the State College ffFounuX leaviiig the level spaces free and open grouping the tries on the high and 16u thertwo natural brooks that flow through the space with trees and making future shady walks and lovers lanes The body of land though in its present state most desolate and unattractive king from the street has Teraarkable park possibilities Several persons whose tastes havel been enlist locatingtof the ti that it would be impossible for the city to Slid any piece of property of equal size within the city limits even if it should start out without re striction to buy any piece that it might choose with such variety and such possibilities of ultimate park beaaties as are to be found in this piece So far about seygutyfiveof the holes for tree lanting have been dug and it ishoped togdtaihundred of the trees inthe fijrst of the week and all tlie three hundred at least before cold weather sets in Already the drivers of the dumpcarts of theCCjtY ex press wagons who come out to wash of their wagons and steeds in the baptising pond and the children and aged darkies who are continually placeJhave begun to refer to it as lUTe pai krlx2xlrigtbn Her ale Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all clufses of food tones and strongtli iB the stomach nnd digestive organs Cures Dyspepsiiv iiuliireslion stoniHch troubles and makes rich red blood health ami stresigtli Kodol re buills worDoutussiieppiirifiesEtrenKtli ens and ecteJ1s the stomach Gov G WAtkluson of W7t says I have used a numberof bottles of Kodol nnd have found it to he a very effective and luJjtU a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to uiv friends 1m ThoughtsXIiesuggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is inseparable from a of the beautiful and behooves cvciy woman to bring the sweetest and best influence to bear on maternityTo easy that period when life is born ngaiu Mothers Friendi- spopularly used It is a liniment easily and for external use only remedyitbeingundcuiably natures tim of suspense and anticipation throughoutEpreventing cracked and sore nipples AJ muscles straining with the will rclar become and elastic from its continued application v Allfibrcs region will respondreadily to the expanding cover the embryo if flolker s pregnancyOmitWrite for free on IWClMMriClB KSVUYM M ATLMHA U 2 THE OLD RELIA ALE pO 41l tt4KIt POWDER AbsolutCly Pure THEREJS NQ SUBSTlTUTE Oldest Man hi The World A special from Harrods burg says Elijah Bledsoe colored probably the oldest than in the w jrld died here this morning He claimed to be 133 years of age and there is hardly a doubtftuat he was as old as stated Captain P p Thompson who is 87 and J H Stagg aged 85 say that wlieu they were little tots Elijah was an old man He could recount many incidents of the War of 1812 which he could not have knoxui in any way but by ob servation When Lafayette sited thisp1auin1S2 Uncle Ljge toOk himsomewater for his dbltitibns and was presented with some silver ly the noted Frenchman He also met the crafty Aaron Burr when he left the paradisaical retreat of Blennerhasset and came here Me often stated that he was charmed withLti fayette but disliked Burr on general principals In 1820 Elijahs master pitted him against another negro sumineringitt JPhe race was to be from the latter place to Perryville a distance of 30 miles The master whose darky was swiftest was to get both ne groes Elijah made tlirim iu four hours His rival Jfell dead half way between the places Until ii few dsiys agothe old byJfaquck a u matsLbut growing too i feeble totpir he went wer the hillto the poorhouse where lie died It is said thathe married 13 times and was the father of 74 children He was bbru in Virginia Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E G De Witt Co of ChicagodiScovered some years ago how to make a salfe from pilesFortruding piles eczema cuts burns bruises and nil skin diseases DeWitta Salve has no equal This lias given rise tonnnaerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine 1m Tribute to Women Bob Burdette pays the fol lowing tribute to a woman True she cannot sharpen a pencil outside of commercial circle she canttie a package to look like anything save crooked sections of shotsbut land of miracles see wbatshe can do with a pin She cant walk so many miles around a pool table with nothing to drink but she can walk all night with a fretful baby She can ride 500 miles with out going into the smoking car to get rest and get away from the children Sh can endure the distinction of the house full of children Jail day while her husband sendi them to bed before he has been home an hour A boy with a sister is fortunate afellow with a cousin is to be envied a young than wijsh a jwfet heart is happy and ai man with a good vife is bussed more than them all This fall San Francisco Did ders secured a contract for supplying the prunes and 1rdiandepartment ment They will also tiinish about onethird of the ri dapples The contract calls for 175000 pounds California prunes 137000 pounds Cali fornia peaches forti four thousand poundsdriedrt plea This is considerablyinor than has been awarded to C lifor nia bidders in previous ears Beets yield 12 to 13 pe cent of their weigltinsuga The Cranberry Crop The cranberry trade which reached its high water mark last week aud will remain big until after New Years is at present time pretty evenly divided between half a dozen large cities including New York Philadelphia Chicago Minneapolis St Louis and Kansas City A few years ago Philadelphia was the ten ter On the Pacificcoast Los Angeles consumes the most cranberry sauce in proportion to its size for the reason perhaps of the large contingent of Eas teJrners who hae set tled there Few cranberries are shipped to the Southern cities of the United States Baltimore or Washington marking the lower boundary of the trade The bulk of the cranberries of this country come from the part of eastern Massachuetts which lies near Cape Cod The bogs Jf this region afford the wet peaty soil which the crau berry loves Wareham on Buzzards Bay is the center of the irdustry and here is the home of A D Makepeace who is called the Cranberry Kink Mr Makepeaceowns some 700 aresof bogs in the towns of Warehatn and Car ver He isf about seventy years old and has spent forty years of his life jn cranberry cultivationAnother noteworthy raiser of cranberries is George R Briggs brother of Dr LeBar on R Briggs dean of Harvard University George Briggs was himself on the staff of instructors of Harvard for many years pis bogs are situated mostly in the town of Ply mouthThe cranberry crop of Mas sachusetts last year was esti mated at200000 barrels which at the average price of 475 a barrel represented a vjilue of nearly 1000000 This years crop will fall below that of 1901 it is thought by about 20000 barrels Other sources ofthe red berry are in New Jersey which in 1901 contributed 110000 barrels Michigan and Wisconsin with- a joint output of about 80000 barrels Oregon Washington Nova Scotia and a few other places Frosts and pests have cut down the total crop this year and it is believed that cranberries will cost a little more than last year Harvesting cranberries in a Massachusetts cranberry bog on a day late in Sept m ber is a picturesque sight The work is done chiefly by Portuguese They are paid at the rate of 8 cents for six quarts and they earn from 3 to 5 a day They use scoops for the most part in gathering the berries and they pluck the clusters from the vines without injuring them to any practical extent The scoops hurt the berry much less than the hand would for the fruit is so perishable that it would rot if bruised or squeezed by the pickers fin gers In some of the bogs tramps are almost exclusively employed and the hoboes say that they find this a good chance to layinalittle green TheciaJl err season further more comes at a time of the year when sleeping on park benches is not as Arcadian as in the summer time Cedar swamps are usually chosen to convert into cranberry bogs After the vines are set outS it is threejar four years before they bear fruit About once in two years alay er or fine sand is sprinkled over the bogs so that the trailing shoots may take Toot and the number of plants will be thus increased It is only the upright stems which bear fruit and consequently it is most desirable to increase their number by the sand treatmentNew York Trib une i Tfctter SattIlfaoaEa and Eczema The intense itchmg ADd smarting inch allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad eases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hteds chilblains and chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Br ciilt8 Cwttitfea Powdcra are just a hone seeds when IB bad condition Tonic blood purifier and TermifBge They ire not food but medictoo asd MM teet te use to put a horse fan yfaaa cirtHian Pife 95 oiIs JiII r u vigV Company Poor The statistical editor of the Owenton NewsHerald has been doing a little figuring as follows Our feaders have doubtless heard the expression that farmer is hoisppororLhat farmer is land poor but last Sunday while returning from neighboring village we were impressed with the fact that a certain farmer who lives on this route was surely and unmistakably company poor We counted fourteen buggies drawn up to the yard fence with the shafts resting on the top rail Let us count the cost if each visitor drove but one horse to his buggy and each horse vas fed two meals during the day that would mean 28 feedsor eight ears of corn to the horse would mean 225 ears of corn or 25c per feed woufd amount ta 700 The hay they would eat in a day would amount to 300 They are done with the visitors horses at a cost of 10 Now if each visitor eats as often as the horses at the same price they will have de voured 1000 worth of Mr Farmers porvisions Not counting the work of the wife and the help in the kitchen and the hands at the stable the company vill depart leav ing the farmer 2000 to the bad This happens at the place we have in mind each Sunday of the year and each day during the semiannual protracted meeting held at the church near by Is there any wonder that there are many farmers complaining of hard times 1000 per year going into the entertainment fun Are they not company poor i pillWhy 1 DeWitts Early Risers Are little snrprisers Take one they do the rest W A howell Houston Tex writesI have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family forcoustipation head ache etc To their use I am indebted for the health or my fiunily im Convenience Appreicated The phenomenal growth of free rural mail delivery is sufficient evidence of the popularity of system which is be ing rapidly extended to all parts of the country where the population dense enough to justify its introduction At first treated with indifference opposition in many sections the system has increased in favor so rapidly that the de partment has been unable to comply with requests for its establishment fast as they are received Farmers have realized the advantages of having their business letters delivered to them promptly and the convenience of receiv ing their newspaper on the day of publication As acon sequence communities with pushcomposed of a wide awake citizenship have al ready provided themselves with a convenience which was until a short time ago enjoyed exclusively by the urban pop ulation of the country The postal authorities hope to extend free delivery at the rate of 12000 routes per year until the system is univer sally adopted wherever prac ticable and the greater part ryof700OOOsquaremiles provided for It is sincerely to be hoped that the local ag ricultural region will prove sufficiently enterprising to come in for its share of rural distributionExA Case VH7 iO lr A youngmahwastakehinto custody in Vienna last week who had made himself con spicuous tyy his singular behavior Every day for some weeks past he had stood near the entrance of aipublicschool waiting fur the iSchccsLboys to emerge frbra the Tjuifdingr When tiey cdtae out lie pro d ucedaiSiQalltbJishand bUck iugtandbliackecley ry boys shoes The boys vreported thieircxpiento their teach er who caused the arrest of themanC The poq r f ltwwho sa student of the technical institute 5smcied b ran irresisti ble impulse td perform all sorts of nenia1ervices He has boon ltil a lunatic as lWailri 6iL DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicl TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE eK eaTTa OTcsSCusy Bee Bash Store i THE RUSH J CATTHE4 BUSY BEE CMSN STORE LuLu hIlL enormous or thirty the new has going in enormous quantities but the for Great fllWAYS IN THE MARKET And nes styles in Monte Carlo Jackets New Wraps of all styles and nevr in Dress Goods etc are continually being bought and sent to the Great as fast as come in the cities You can always buy the things the uptodate patterns the stylish Wraps Jackets Skirts and always for less money than old stuff costs you elsewhere Dont forget to look atthe Busy Bee Clothing Busy Bee Shoes the Busy Bee youbuyget new uptodate stuff when you from the Busy Bee Store Thanking you for past patron extending to you a cordial invitation to visit us we are very res- pectfullywbOLDHAM CO Busy Bee Cash Store GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life rue being jilted by a girl nd a dora of quinine e TH- ELexington t Democrat sIs THE ONLYIS CDAILY t Democratic Paper t PUBLISHED IN THE tBlue Grass Region t +is especially devoted to interest of the Cemocrat tn and ires all the wit Tor iSobscrlpUon Price S5O0 a fwl I1iiCents a Week by Carrier 4 +++ j fcW P ONjrEDITOR AND MGR c Lexington Jf Kentucky u uC4pIL l fflEDlORDs BLACmUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE h t Has been for the last twenty days and Fall Stuff been out ener getic buyers the Bargain Mart are the ideas Store they out eie new the buy Cash age and sep j aJedizzinessbiliousness are common jndication of rver and kidney diseases StomachanI bowel troubles severe as they are give immediate warning by paine liver and troubles though less painful at the start are ThedfoetVsBlackDraught liver andweakened kid neys It stirs the torpid liver to throw olf the germs o eer and ague It iia certain preventive othoinfored by Thedfords BIMk havedweltlow fever families live in otheraoctorthmDraught It is always on hand for use in an and mv a maay expensive calls of a doctor JTMMW St 9t lyvl for I JltthrtcMCI NYC Wn kktu Tt It II the Mtt 1M4IkIM1M thth the M1I4I5tfIfSPa- Iiiuu s4 o nlMhldvA 6 LBTtS h X ATWIVK Lettlflme Dr DeillAvEaSEECIALTT NERVOUS DISEASES tieaunent Nervous Women Children pounds weight Nervous 15I develop DtckachesHeadaches epeciCctreatxnentIn OsteopathyE1trIdtySuperheated IngetcetcThis patientsFREDERICK DeHAVEN Fbyalctaa Sarjeon Osteopath Fourth MYNAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening Of Fall SriddngsLar- gest line Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opened Central Kentucky from which make order and guarantee either Suit Trousers or Overcoat Give call before you buy the city We guarantee and satisfaction and prices below Xeingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS ilE1partmenttiiti1 tIutic11i DAILY EX SUNDAY TKA1N8 LEAVE MOMB er verMiuesLaVleBcebuIWIMIIt 54Fewpm TRAINS XIOHXaXBt- eO M4 It 4 H clIealFr9 I 3 p r JII CNM IS O HOfXDfIJ Xii yasiIvAWIA 5r H i I MAKE A ol I haTe been successful in the rf HId I not cny cure trouhJa but I can put to 30 ci on a thin delicate wuman man in 30 to 90 days I can the long enlarge the chest 3 to 6 Inches la to 90 days cure is only In my OfEce and San Dr Office 819 Louisville Ky of in we to a fit t us a out of a fit RICH Pr LeiU given Aye + + CLLiJr +++ JONES MERSIION XALOOM 1uLOa 1111 TOWL Coot and moist refreshing pf drinks that pan be Joan L la tbe city ate dispensfsl bi upioMe 1ind- datinle riIilsu t 1ft Irl lIilr jlltlillifl 1 Sfaooodfilj i 3 1 he Richmond Climax J C CHBNAULT President A D MILLER Manager BaST S OROWE Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 3 19021 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET I Fan CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Representative Smith of Kentucky who is a member of t eJudjciay Committee does not tthe reports of Republican legislation against the trusts As for amending the Slier man antitrust law said Mr Smith I cannot see that it would avail anything The law now stands on the statute hooks and there is little effort to enforce its provisions If laws are not obeyed there is no reason to suppose that amendments to these same laws would be productive of any effect In order to create campaign material the Republicans may amend the law but I think the trusts will not be very much hurt in the pro ceedings The Republicans will not do anything against those twin petsthe trusts and the tariff JUDGE WATTS PARKER is still after the gamblers of J Ijxington with a sfiaip stick 3n delivering his Jinstruclions 10 the grant jury Monday he inpressed upon them the necessity of taking a decided stand as toihe punishment of the criminals He said grand juries heretofore had passed over the offense in such away is to cause the gamblers to believe their operations were i idorsed He said it was a well known fact that sdveraal gambling houses existed and that many men were known to operate craps faro and rou lette in the city SENATOR HANNA in an interview Sunday stated that it was not his intention to re tire from the Senate or from the chairmanship of the Re publican National Committee i r any thing else Weare not at all surprised In fact when it comes to resigning Senator Hanna very much resembles Bud Means famous bulldog MARK HANNA is not dis posed to be premature in tak ing sides on the main Repub lican issue of 1904 The unexpected often happens and the unexpected often happens to be Uncle Marcus his lone self Atlanta Constitution FOURTEEN deer hunters have been killed and eleven seriously injured during the season in Minnesota and Wisconsin These figures show that deer hunting is almost as gory a past time as foot ball CJIBroWBICO1 LEXINGTON KY Get Ready F- orXMAS J At Christmastime every bo makeWpresents Here is a Good- Suggestion that will if adoptedmako your buying much easier and more satisfactory ii+++4 ++ +++ ++++ +++ +4 You can come inand take plenty of time ta choose and have your gods laid away for Christmas de livery dFBfoweiICo AlAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KJ sr i I J THE second session of the Fiftyseventh congress began Monday at noon During the session a number of bills directed at the trust evil will be introduced in the House Many Republican leaders claim to favor the present Sherman antitrust law with an appropriation to the De pagtmenfc of justice for its en forcement The first matter of importance to be considered by the Senate will be the committee report on the bill theTer1rand New Mexico AUNT CARRIE NATIQN as some have called her caused quite sensation recently at the New York horse show by going into the Vanderbilt box and lecturing the occupants about their dress calling them indecent etc She also en tered the cafe and smashed up things generally She was finally put under lockand key- THE Democratic plurality the recent election reached 35376 There was noRepub lican candidate in the Fourth Congressional District conse quently about 10000 Repub lican votes does not show up in the above calculation The total vote is nearly 200000 less than that cast at the elec in 1900L IF the bill JJiFroduced in the Virginia Legislature Monday becomes a law sweethearts cannot kiss each other in thai state without a physicians certificate pronouncing them free from all diseases For each infringment of the law the penalty is to be a fine o frgm1 to S5 per kis- sDEAThS GKIGG Mr and Mis William iiJriggs of Doylesvillo are mourning the loss of tlieir fourmonthsold chid which died Saturday and was buried in tho Richmond cemetery Monday HGIVE Mr Edward House of White Hall died Sunday at the age of 23 after a lingering illness of consump tion Besides his father Mr D B house deceased leaves sevon brothers and two sisters to mourn his loss He was a consistent member of the Chris tian church His funeral was preached at Republican church yesterday morning thence his interment in the Richmond cemetery DEATHEKAGE Mr Allen Doather age died very suddenly on Monday at the home of his daughter Mrs D C Biggerstaff of paralysis of the heart While lie had been in poor health for a number of years still his death came as a severe shock He was one one of the best known and best liked men In the county and haS numerous relatives lIe leaves four daughters Irs D C Biggerstaff of this city Mrs S L Bailey of Harrodsburg Mrs Wingate Thomson and Miss Lida Deatherage ot Frankfort who have the deep sympathy of all in their bereavement The pire mains were taken to the old Deather are burying ground for interment McGiNX The Woodford Sun con tains the following notice of the death of Rev J B McGinn who beaid having two daughters Mrs Grant E Lilly and Mrs John B Pates in this city had many friends in Richmond who will regret to hoar of the demise of this noble Christian gentleman Died on Tuesday Nov 25th 1902 at his residence in Versailles Rev John B McGinn in his 77th year of cancer of the throat The deceaeed bad been in a condition of great sufferings for six months with his pain growing more and more severe towards the end He bore it all with sublime hero- Ism with the fortitude of the Christian and the courage of a man who never knew fear tip to a week ago lie was a familiar and pathetically brave fig ure on our streets and it was only a law days ago that he was forced to give up and take to his bed a it it Mr McGinn was not only a devoted Christian of the noblest and purist life and principles but he was also a very remarkable man whose intellectual attainments scholarly habits domi nant personality and warm tender heart made him friends in every walk ot life every where that he over set his foot His devotion to that which he believed to be right was absolute and lila courage in defense of the right was that ot a prenx chevalier sans penr et sans reproche He had enjoyed tile friendship of many of the most notable men of his time and his fine mind stored with learning with anec dote and reminiscence made him a delightful companion to young and old alike Mr McGinn was a strong Democrat In the war between the States ho was an uncompromising friend to the Confederacy He was a Knight Tern plar and an Odd Fellow The fnnera services over Mr McGinns remains took place at the Christian church yesj terclay morning at 1030 oclock pastor Rev W B Taylor and Rev JW McGarvey of Lexington spoke in just commendation of the labors of the deceased as a minister of the Gospel and as a faithful Christian man prayerTheburialcemetery Katharine Eggleston at Grand Opera Houon Friday Dec 12 slut Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that Is at least one dreaded disease that science has andthatknowlitqa constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment actinlCdirectly destroylugbuildingupproprietomhundreddollarsSend for list of testimonials Ta1eJoOhiodrugtrl6te76cHaUVFAmily bM1m MATRIMONIAL ADAMSTHORPE Mr Arthur Adams and Miss Eliza J Thorpe were united in marriage Thanksgiving day at the home of the brides father Mr W O Thorpe near town The ceremony was performed by Rev A J Tribble BTBEEHARBIS Mr David Bybee and Miss Ella Harris were united in marriage Thursday afternoon Rev Jeff Tribble officiating The bride is seventeen years of age and isihedaugh ter of Mr John Harris of this city Mr Bybee is the son of Mr Charles lybee and Is industrious young man He has been for some time connected with the Richmond telephonecompany inCAitowAYFuzizcwiinEe0f est to several Madison county friends of the bride iatbe notice from the Louisville Times of 10th of the wed ding of Miss Mary Leila Fullenwelder of Shelby ville and Mr James Harry Galloway a prosperous young Shelby county farmer The briae visited Richmond three years ago and formed many pleasant and enduring friend ships She is possessed of rare per sonal beauty to which is added the charmed of a lovely disposition arid many accomplishments MonEnLYFERRELLTiIe marriage ol Miss Mattie Ptrrell of this city to Mr E P Moberly of Ford took place at the Palace Hotel Cincinnati last Thurs day The bride is the youngest daugh ter of Capt Thomas Ferrell and is ex ceedingly attractive and popular young lady Mr Moberly IB a lumber Inspec tor for the BurtBrabb Lumber Co of ford The CLIMAX joins their friends here and elsewhere in wishing them a long and happy married life Mr and Mrs Moberly will make their home at Ford RISKREED License was issued Wednesday for the marriage of Wil liam J Risk of Madison county anti Mrs Eugenia Reed ef Georgia The groom is sixtytwo and the bride thirty six years of age and it is the second marriage of each The bride is the widow of the late ulre Sam Reed oandthis county According to an ante nuptial contract neither is to claim any interest in the property of tho other after the death of either If the groom dies in twelve months the wid ow is to get 500 from the grooms life insurance and if he lives longer than that she is to get 1000 Winchester Democrat NAVE DtNcAN Fridays Jessamine Journal published the following notice which we copy since the bride ia known here having attended Madison Institute The quivering arrow of Cupid la sinking deep In the hearts of many of Jessamines neble young men and women The happiest moment of a young mans JIfe is when he claims the lady of his choice as his bride The inluran seems to cast a broad smile upon such a consummation The mar riage of Mr Matt Ilifner Nave to Miss Miranda Springer Duncan which OCt curred at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert Duncan Wednesday afternoon at halfpast one oclock binds together the lives of two ofNichoJasvilles most worthy young people and whose marriage was no great surprise to our people as their relations for some time had been Icoked upon by Cupid in a very ap proving way The ceremony was performed by Elder James Vernon of the Christian church in a very beauti ful and impressive manner Mutt H Save has for the past five years held a very important position with the clothing and gents furnishing house of W C Denman and is considered to be one of the best as well as one of the most popular clerks in Central Kentucky He is polite and obliging to everybody and counts his friends by the scores The bride is a young lady ot a most estimable character and will over prove a great help to the man who has claimed her as his wife After the marriage ceremony Mr and Mrs Nave left on the afternoon train for Cincinnati where after spending a few days will return to Nicholasville and go to housekeeping in the cottage on the corner of Mulberry and West streets which has been nicely fitted out for them They were the recipients of many valuable and useful presents GENERAL CORBIN has after much thought on the subject evolved a plan thatwill enable each young and poorly paid officer in the army to marry and support his wife If he would now turn his attention to the struggling editors of the country and show them how there would be a few to rise up and call him blessed At The Grand Opera House alfarcewith just enough plot to hold the laugh provoking incidents together will be OperaHousecomedy deals with the suspicious and their attendant rediculously funny predicaments of one Abindiab Dial e who has married the beautiful dashing young widow Mrs Plaster relict of the late Mr Plaster of Paris who is supposed to be dead but is very much alive and who through the aid of Abel Sigh an Oklahoma divorce lawyer succeeds In mixing things up in gene r al which necessitates the utmost endeavors of both mind and muscle oi Net Nelson a Swede to straighten out The comedy is one of the best of the many farces before the public and la presented by a company of funny play email of whom are artists The music gracemlThe scentlc arrangement is brilliant special and carried that a detail pro maybeand 50 cents Seats for sale at Wines drug store Sale to Day The sale ot the Cassius M Clay head of Sonthdowns wilt take place at the todayOneclose up the partnership business of the firm of Sir ith IPo- wellEsMk The annial memorial services of Richmond Lodge NO5S1 will be held in the circuit court roots next Sunday afternoon at two oclock The service lScottDrbJiciscoldisllv Turkey cranberries eeInd all thIN ckliwwof the watcmV kC c Stouffer k Mahler are turning oat more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others For Kent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCurd In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reasonable 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 sufficient outbuildings Good trade and Call on or address 8 1 TuDOn Proprietor IBringDucks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf 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 30 per cent over any brick on limitsLket Prices irom 6 per eliveredanywhere in city Yard on Irvine street oct29 4t SAML KICK In the day of old When Knights were bold And Barons held their way Folks loved the silver and the gold Just as they do today In all ages silver and gold have swayed the world Jewelry hold sub lime facination for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices you will regard with fovor Corny in and see the handwork of the best gold and silver smiths in the land Jewelry is something you should buy f one in whom you not only have confidence but who has the necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years thofaiedgePublic Sa1tHaving sold my farm I will on Thursday Dec 18 1002 soil to the high est bidder the following described property viz One horse 1 cow 35 head of hogs consisting of brood sows slioata and pigs 150 barrels corn 100 shocks fod der lot of hay in barn i 1 set black smith tools a lot of carpenters tools 1 farm wagon 1 road cart farming implements household and kitchen furniture Also 17 interest in two acres ot land lying on the Station Camp and adjoining the lands of JaB A Moores and Homer Arvine Terms Made known day of sale C H Maupin St Station Camp Ky St louis GcttlnNearer The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest era has again reduced the running Urns of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and are now making the run from Cincinnati to the Worlds Fair city in eight and one half hours This company now boasts of having one of the finest roadbeds in the West and within the past three years has spent millions of dollars iu improv ments Three trains leave Cincinnati dally 900am 900pm and 255am carrying elegant day coaches with high back eeats luxurious pullman drawing room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on a la carte plan at popular prices The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest ern trains connect in Union Station St Louis with all trains for Kansas City Omaha Denver San Francisco and all points in the West Southwest and Northwest Information regarding rate sleep ing and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O P McOABTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio KINGSTON Preston Beatty sold his farm of 130 acres to William Lane for 550- 0MrGWYoungahlppedacar load of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Mr Socrates Maupin sold to J R Azbill 160 barrels of corn in the heap at 220 per barrel Robert Potts and Robert White bought of 8 M Lackey eighteen hogs averaiingver 400 pounds at 6l cents A R Todd A Son will remove their sawmill now located 011 Silver Creek near Berea to the old stand at Kings ton in a few days Mr W L Crutcher administrator of the estate of the late Joel W Gibbs sold to Sheriff Wagers twentythree bogs averaging 250 pounds at 51 cents Your correspondent has been nnable to write for about three weeks on account ofa broken wrist bone The ac cident occurred while engaged in a game of ball on the play ground to encourage his pupils A box supper was given at Bobtown school bouse Saturday night for the purpose of raising funds for a Sunday School Christmas tree There was a good crowd present with plenty to eat and all enjoyed themselves while a few bushwhackers were on the outside catting harness and bridles TO OTTSX A COLD IN ONS DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets liltfailsK on each box 25 cents Aint You Got No Home Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Do you want to make a change Then take ad vantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers RatesIOffered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R TIle World Fur LIce To the gu it Settst thirdTuesdaysto and including April 21st 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett TB A JxwiiyHteKy u Drlllbson dentist next door to Government building tf 31Richmond Ky Bring ic your o7 l suit and trousers bythefrrdfaFFEK MAULER Tailors C M Wiseman Son Leading Jewelers of Louisville have just gotten out a New Catalogue embracing every thing In tie Jewelry line If you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reasonable prices write ior a catalogue 132 W MnrkefStreet Louisville Ky nov52mn Stops the Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets core a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 15 cents NEw j EQUIPMENT Fast Scheduled Trains i Cows IJ THEM AND ALL DAILY 31 i ChargeICR COACHESPullman Cars Parlor Observation Dining Cats Per lafonaaUoacallo P MCCARTY General fauenger Jtgeltt- CINCINNATI O Notice to Creditors Notice U hereby given to all person to whom my late husband Is indebted 16 present eir claims properly verified to the under on or before January 1903 or same IU be barred Persons mini my husband are requested o corns forward end ettte- UrsJAS W SMITH Ideit Richmond Ky A 1 tJ o ikA- ku lJ J1l t r t 1OJ tJ 6n QP1 tJ Coal and Feed We have added Hay Corn and Fend Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and 1oodsinprices Wo handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co FREEMANMgrTelephone Public Sale As Executor of the estate of my father Ged M Will gingI will offer at Public Sale to the best bidder onItrayt Decemoer 7 r the entire stock consisting of Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Mirrors Mouldings Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Etc The stock can be examined by prospective buyers by ap undersigned and will until date of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buj ers- Terms made known on day of sale PvLWillgingExecutor x For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thunnan Grocery ro H THEI arpenter ompaiyOF medians PRESENTING ANAV4 iZI THE r ffoARCES n Grand Opera House Wednesday Dec J L WatsonIB and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Special Sale of Black Dress Goods 3 This Week Granite Clothe 5G inches widejor 1 regular price SI 50 Canvas weaves at 125 worth 5175 Sicillian CDinches a superb quality at 75c sold for materlaltliateverwentinZiberlines for 8oc and 125 Cheviots Worsteds and Oamel Hair all at specially low priced ColredDress Goods IdeasFormostamong TailoredCostumes somuchEvening Shadai in Liberty Satin all silk wprth 125 this sale at 75c WrapsTHE WRAPS We show manr new styles exclusive with us Our Tailormade Suits are18 and up New cnatIons Ip Blouse and Norfolk Shapes Separntd Skirts thisweekThe Fur Sale is Important workmanshipgoods Ja U WATSON BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Maker of Fine Furs You are cordially invited to visit my new IPTfJlIr PirIkors contemplatobuying completeOld Fur Garments eachgarmentmade Suits and Skirts are of the highest grade and quality Style thoVeryBERNHlARD LOWENTHAL Old st and Only Practical Furrier Sit Central Kentucky MalI Srdei receive prompt attention J57 ia HJ t 1 Lexington f Ky u 9t i i ri 11 The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind of a rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business WalkingSkirtsMadeof good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed with pipingsof black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 skirtingfullflounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of same at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 x Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inchaccordion pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom of flounce separate dust ruffles each 225 Fancy Waistings in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 60 7oe a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations DOe Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of tbe season 9Sc Flannelettes In all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 81 10 and 15c a yd Ladies Purses and Wrist Rags 25 and 49c Chuldrens Purses with chaiuSc Call in and see our goods and be prettiestline OWEN McKEE l GREAT OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRflUS LEXINGTON K Owing to the continued warn weather we are badlll OVERSTOCKED IN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost an Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOtUS GUS STRAU LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON K MOt Beautiful everdisplayedfound at my store r The Best I theUnitedthe result that today no r Dry Goods House in Central Ky can out classour vast i 1 emporium My prices as ellias my line of goods will pleasei fi1 i7 The Millinery DepartmenH L hisin every particular firstciass and 1 J you cart see the beautiful fay sfyles by at my store Give me a f t callbefore going elsewhere j 1 BI SMITBA H 1rrr d 0 1Vi 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT President A D UILLERon Manager ROBTSCBOWE IMItor WEDNESDAY DEC 3 1902 rUBUSHKDXVKBY WEDNESDAY TcThQ Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATXOBNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County I FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITEs A WASHINGTON dispatch says that Representative Smith of Kentucky who is a member of JudiciaryCom mittee does nol take seriously the reports of RepTibiiean legislation against the trusts As for amending the Sherman antitrust law said Mr Smith I cannot see that it wquld avail anything The law now stands on the statute lOOkS and there is little effort to enforce its provisions If laws are not obeyed there is no reason to suppose that amendments to these same laws would be productive of aify effect In orderttocreate- materialcampaign the Republicans may amend the law but I think the trusts will not be very much hurt in the pro ceedings The Republicans will not do anything against those twin petsthe trusts and the tariff JUDGE WATTS PARKER is still after the gamblers of J Ijxington with a sharp stick Ji delivering his instructions 1i the grand jury Monday he impressed upon them the ne cessity of taking a decided stand as to the punishment of the criminals He said grand juries heretofore liad passed over the offense in such away IS to cause the gamblers to believe their operations were idorsed He said it was a well known fact that seraa l gambling houses existed and that many men were known operate craps faro and rou lette in the city SENATOR HANNA in an interview Sunday stated that it was not his intention tore tire from the Senate or from the chairmanship of the Re publican National Committee 1 any thing else We are not at all surprised In fact when it comes to resigning Senator Jlanna very much resembles Bud Means famous bulldog MARK HANNA is not dis posed to be premature in tak lag sides on the main Repub lican issue of 1904 The un expected often happens and the unexpected often happens to be Uncle Marcus his lone self Atlanta Constitution FOURTEEN deer hunters have been killed and eleven seriously injured during the season in Minnesota and Wis cOusin These figures show that deer hunting is almost as tfoly a past time as foot ball CJBrowBILO 1 I LEXINGTON KY Get Ready For XMASj At Christnastime every body wants to make presents Here is a Good- Suggestion that will adoptedmake e your bu3insr much easier and more satisfactory +++4 +++++++ ++++ I t It is Simply Ji i J BEGIN NOW i+++++ +++++ + ++4++ + You can come in and take- P1tYOf time tp choose and have your goods laid away for Christmas de livery CI F1Btber LoJ auni AND BRGDWi TiJ GtONIK M I it Ci THE second session of the Fiftyseventh congress began Monday at noon During the session a number of bills directed at the trust evil will be i ThntroducedMany Republican leaders to favor the present lSherman antitrust law with a Jenpayment of justice for its en forcement The first matter of importance to be considered by the Senate will be the committee report on the bill to admit to statehood theTer ritories of Oklahoma Arizona and NeW Mexico AUNT CARRIE NATIQN as ome have called her caused quite asensation recently at the New York horse show by going into the Vanderbilt box and lecturing the occupants about theirdress calling them indecent etc She also entered the cafe and smashed thfinallyTHE Democratic plurality in the recent election reached 35376 There was noRepub lican candidate in the Fourth Congressional District conse queutly about 10000 RepubF lican votes does not in the above calculation The total vote is nearly 200000 less than that cast at theelec in 1900 2siIF the bill introduced in the Virginia Legislature Monday becomes ja law sweethearts cannot kiss each other in that state without a physicians certificate pronouncing them free from all diseases For each infringment of the lawt the penalty is to be a fine ofu from 1 to S5 per kiss DEATHS GRIGGJ Mr and Mis William 3riggs of Doylesyille are mourning tile Toss of tlieir fourmonthsold cliid which died Saturday and was buried in the Richmond cemetery Monday 1fouEMr Edward Botte1ol White Hall tiled Sunday at the age of 23 alter a lingering illness of cousuinp tion Besides his rather Mr D B lonso deceased leaves seven brothers and two sisters to mourn his loss He was a consistent member of the Ohris tiaii church His funeral was preached at Republican church yesterday morn ing thence his interment in the Rich mond cemetery DEATHEEAGE Mr Allen Deather ago died very suddenly on Monday at the home of his daughter Mrs D C Biggerstaff of paralysis of the heart Wlille he hall been in poor health for paas a severe shock He was one one of the best known and best liked men in the county and haS numerous relatives lIe leaves four daughters lire D C Mggerstaff of this city Mrs S L Bailey of Harrodsburg Mrs Wingate Thomson nnd Miss Lida Deatherage ot Frankfort who have the deep sympathy of all in their bereavement The funeral occurred btimains were taken to the old Deather ne burying ground for interment McGiNS The Woodford Sun con- taIns the following notice of the death of Rev J B McGinn who besides having two daughters Mrs Grant E Lilly and Mrs John R Pates in this city had many friends in Richmond who will regret to hear of the demise o oDiedhis residence in Versailles Rev John D McGinn in his 77th year of cancer of the throat The deceased had been in a condition of great sufferings for six months with his pain growing more and more severe towards the end He bore it all with sublime heroism with the fortitude of the Christian and the courage of a man who never knew fear Up to a week ago be was a lamiliar and pathetically brave figure on our streets and it was only a few days ago that he was forced to give up and take to his bed Mr McGinn was not only a devotee Christian of the noblest and purist life and principles but ho was also a very remarkable man whose intellectual attainments scholarly habits dominant personality and warm tender heart made him friends in every wall ot life every where that he ever set his foot His devotion to that which he believed to be right was absolute and hIs courage in defense of the right was that ot a proliX chtvalier sans penr et sans reproche He had enjoyed the friendship of many of the most notable men of his time and his fine mind stored with learuing with floe dote and reminiscence made him a de lightful companion to young and old alike Mr McGinn was a strong Dem ocrat In the war between the States 0 was an uncompromising friend to the Confederacy He was a Knight Tem plar and an Odd Fellow The funern services over Mr McGinns remains yesI1erdaypastor Rev W B Taylor and Rev W McGarvey of Lexington spoke in just commendation of the labors of the deceased as a minister of the Go andpel as a faithful Christian man Dr G H Rout offered a feeling prayer The burial took place in the Versailles cemetery Katharine Eggleston at Grand Opera HOUM Friday Dec 12 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science ha been able to cure in all its stages and CatarrhCtiroIiito the medical fraternity Catarrh boing a contitutlonal disease requires a constitutional treatment I actinjdirectIy Vluggivingtbo assistingnAtnretort have eo much faith in Its curative handreddjliarsof testimonials Addres FJ CHENEY t COTG4 3o Qihlo Sold by all druggists 75c HftlftAmU Pilfe re MM but JW 1 y I J MATRIMONIAL meADAM5TIoIunIiirand Miss Eliza J Thorpe were united in marriage Thanksgiving dy at the home of the brides father Mr W O orpe near town The ceremony was performed by Rev A J Tribble BVBBEHAIUJIS Mr David Bybee and Miss Ella Harris were united in marriage Thursday afternoon Rev Tribble officiating The bride is seventeen years of age and is thedaugh ter of Mr John Harris of this city Mr Bybee is the son of Mr Charles Bybee and is an industrious young man He has been for some time connected with the Richmond telephone company inCALLOWAYFVLLEWE1DEU est to several Madison county friends of the bride is the notice from the Louisville Times of 19th of the wed ding of Miss Mary Leila Fullenwelder of Shelby villv and Mr James Harry Galloway a prosperous young Shelby county farmer The bride visited Richmond three years ago and formed many pleasaut and enduring friendships She is possessed of rare personal beauty to which is added the charmed of a lovely disposition arid many accomplishments MonEBtrFEBBELL The marriage of Miss Mattie Ferrell of this city to Mr E P Moberly of Ford took place at e Palace Hotel Cincinnati lastThurs The bride is the youngest daughter of Capt Thomas Ferrell and is ex ceedmglv attractive and popular young lady Mr Moberly Is a lumber inspec tor for the BurtBrabb Lumber Co of Ford The CLIMAX joins their friendsW tare and elsewhere in wishing a long and happy married life Mr andY rs Moberly will make their home at ord RISKREED License was issued Wednesday for the marriage of William J Risk of Madison county and Mrs Eugenia Reed ef Georgia The groom is sixtytwo and the bride thirty x years of age and it is the second marriage of each The bride is the wIllow of the late Squire Sam Reed and formerly lived at Schollsville this county Accordinr to an ante nuptial contract neither is to claim any interest in the property of thee other after the death of either If groom dies in twelve month the wid ow is to get 00 from the grooms life insurance and if he lives longer than she is to get 1000 Winchester emocratNAvEDtNcArFnldaya Jossamlne Journal published the following notice which we copy since the bride is known here having attended Madison Institute The quivering arrow of Cupid is sinking deep in the hearts of many of Jessamines neble young men andL women The happiest moment young mans life is when he claims the lady of his choice as his bride The inturan seems to cast a broad smile upon such a consummation The mar riage of Mr Matt Hifner Nave to Miss Miranda Springer Duncan which oc curred at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert Duncan Wednesday afternoon at naifpast one oclock binds together the lives of two ofNichqlasvillos most worthy young people and whose marriage was no great surprise to our people as their relations for some time had been coked upon by Cupid in a very ap roving way The ceremony was performed by Elder James Vernon of the Christian church in a very beautiful and impressive manner Matt H Nave has for the past five years held a very important position with the clothing and gents furnishing house of W C Denman and is considered to be one of the bestas well as one of the most popular clerks in Central Kentucky He is polite and obliging to everybody and counts his friends youngladyand will over prove a great help to the man who has claimed her as his wife After the marriage ceremony Mr and Mrs Nave left on the afternoon train for Cincinnati where after spending a few days will return to Nicholasville and go to housekeeping in the cottage Lo the corner of Mulberry and West streets which has been nicely fitted ut for them They were the recipients f many valuable and useful presents GENERAL CORBIK has after much thought on the subject evolved a plan thatwill enable each young and poorly paid officer in the army to marry and support his wife If he would now turn his attention to the struggling editors of the country and show then how there would be a few to rise up and call him blessed lAt The Grand Opera House Mr Plaster of Paris a musical farce comedy as its name implies with just enough plot to hold the laugh provoking incidents together will be the attraction at the Grand Opera House Wednesday Dec 3rd The comedy deals with the suspicious and their attendant rediculously funny predicaments of one Abindiab Binks who has married the beautiful dashing young widow Mrs Plaster relict of the late Mr Plaster of Paris who is supposed to be dead but is very much alive and who through the aid of Abel Sigh an Oklahoma divorce lawyer succeeds in mixing things up in gener al which necessitates the utmost endeavors of both mind and muscle ol Nel Nelson a Swede to stralghtenont The comedy is one of the best of the many farces before the public and is playris of the catchy kind dances are grace fnl and the many specialties delightful The scentic arrangement is brilliant special and carried that a detail pro duction of this laugh making play maybe made everywhere Prices 25 35 and 60 cents Seats for sale at Winos drug store Sale to Day Tho sale of the Cassius L Clay head Sonthdowna will take place at the Madison county stock yards today One hundred fine ewes will bo sold to close up the partnership business of the firm of Sir ith k Powell Ella HesorUl Serrke The annual memorial services of Richmond Lodge NO581 will be held in the circuit court room next Sunday afternoon at two oclock The eerrice JScottDrFIhaBdJ W Smithc Jftw public is cordially invited Turkey cranberries cetery id all atlJe1iseiesoft1ie see y E Dxf QC c I Stouffer k Mahler are turning oat more suits overcoats and trousers to asure than all the others for lent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McGord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reasonable Apply to octltf JACKSOK RoBERTS Fcr 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 suf- ficIent outbuildings Good trade and creasing Call on or address S 1 TuDOR Proprietor septl7tf Irvine Ky GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and highestIm your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv New Brick I have just burned a kiln of 200000 No1 brick Please call and see iny brick if you have any building to do They are the large brick and will gain SO per cent over any brick on the market Prices from f6 per thousand up Delivered anywhere in city limits Yard on Irvine street oct294t SAYx RICE In the day of old hen Knights were bold And Barons held their way olks loved the sliver and the gold Just as they do today In all ages silver and gold have swayed the world Jeweiry hold subl- Ime facl nation for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices you will regard with favor Corny In and see the handwork of the best gold and silver smiths in the land Jewelry is something you should buy of one in whom you not only have confidence but who has the necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years f us eldgePublic SaletoHaving sold my farm I will on Thursday Dec 18 1902 soil to the high est bidder the following described property viz One horse 1 cow 35 head of hogs consisting of brood sows shoals and pigs 150 barrels corn 100 shocks fodder lot of hay in barn 1 set blacksmith tools a lot of carpenters tools 1 farm wagon 1 road cart farming implements household and kitchen furniture Also 17 interest in two acres ot land lying on the Station Camp and adjoining the lands of Jap A Moores and Homer Arvine Terms Made known day of saleC Maupin 2t Station Camp Ky St louis Gcttin Hearer The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern has again reduced the running tlma of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and are now making the run from Cincinnati to the Worlds Fair city in eight and one half hours This company now boosts of having one of the finest roadbeds in the West and wiThin the past three years has spent millions of dollars iu improv ments Three trains leave Cincinnati daily 900am 900pm and 255am carrying elegant day coaches with high back teats luxurious pullman draw ing room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on a la carte plan at popular prices The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern trains connect in Union Station SL Louis with all trains for Kansas City Omaha Denver San Francisco and all points in the West Southwest and Northwest Information regarding rates sleep log and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O P MCCARTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio h7NGSTO Preston Beatty sold his farm of 130 acres to William Lane for 5500 Mr G W Young shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Mr Socrates Maupin sold to J R Azbill ICO barrels of corn in the heap at 220 per barrel Robert Potts and Robert White bought of S M Lackey eighteen hogs averaging over 400 pounds at 6l cents A R Todd t Son will remove their sawmill now located on Silver Creek near Bores to the old stand at Kings toninafewdaysMr administrator of the estate of the late Joel W Gibbs l sold to Sheriff Wagers twentythree hogs averaging 250 pounds at 5l cents Your correspondent has been unable to write for about three weeks on ac count ofa broken wrist bone The ac cident occurred while engaged in a game of ball oti the play ground to encourage his pupils- A box supper was given at Bobtown school house Saturday night for the purpose of raising funds for a Sunday School Christmas tree There was a good crowd present with plenty to eat and all enjoyed themselves while a few bushwhackers were on the outside CJttiug harness and bridles TO flraJG A COLD IS 02TX DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Itfailsa ou each box 25 cents Aint You Got No Homett Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Do you want to make a change Then take ad vantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the fcrt UIt SoutVetV Tickets on sale first and third upto1903 ASK US FOR RATES L JClrwin G P A Geo L GarrettT 1Aisyme Xl A Dr Hobsoil dentist next door to GoverumentSbuildlng If Richmond Ky Bring in your oa suit and trousers bytheJSTOUFFKR MAULER Tailors C M Wisman Son Leading Jewelers of Louisville have just gotten out a New Catalogue embracing every timing in the jewelry line If you want a handsonjb article suitable for a Cbrlstmas present at most reasonable prices write lor a catalogue 132 W Markef Street ixjnisvillo Ky nov52mn Stops the Cough and Works oS the iCofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in ono day No cure no pay Price 25 cEnts NEW EQUIPMENT I Fast SChElduled Trains ST buis FTIM AND ALL DAILY 3 II i i No Additional Charge fOR SUPERB SERVICE AND QUICK TIME EIEGAT COACHES SleepingCarsDining Cats Fcr Rein Time of Trains or 107 lafomctlag call ea tekrat ticket igeat or ttnu o P MCCARTY Geneml fatunger Ageht- CINCINNATI O Notice to Creditors Notice la hereby given to all J er oni to whom tay late husband is indebted 16 present their claims properly verified to the under gued on or before January 1900 or same 1u be barred Persons owing my husband are requested come forward and lettle JlrsJAS W SMITH Idelt Richmond Ky 4 tJ Q 0tJo 1m 11 cn trIrQ4 Je tff4Jr Qotl t Coal and Feed We have Added Hay Corn and Fend Stnil to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are to furnish the citizens of Richmond and Madison county this claes of goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service lull weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co JACK FREEMAN Mgr Telephone 184 nov 2G3md Public Sale As xecutor of the estate of my father Getf M Will ffing I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder on tray c aLr 21 the entire stoi consisting of Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Mirrors Mouldings Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Etc The stock can be examined by prospective buyers by ap undersigned- and will until date of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buyers Terms made known On day of sale twinging SExecutor For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thunnan Grocery SI arpenier ompany THE H l PRESENTING MR J IS ii1iM AftCES Grand Opera House WednesdayDec3 JLS Watson1 8and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Special Sale of Black Dress Goods Th Week Granite Clothe 5G inches wide for Si regular price SI 50 Canvas weaves forfl25SilkyZiberlinesspecially low prices Colored Dress Goods IdeasFormostamong TailoredCostumsVoiles Silk and Wool Crepe de Chines and hundreds of new fabrics now so much in demand Evening Shades in Liberty Satin all silk wprth 125 this sale at 75c New Cloaks and Wraps THE NEWEST THINGS IN COATS SUITS SKIRTS AND WRAPS We show many new styles exclusive with us Our Tailotml1llo Suits are18 and up New creations in Blouse and Norfolk Shapes Separate Skirtsperfect in fit So to sm The real clever things in COATS and WRAPS thisweek every new Idea that has beoti produced wo can give you The Fur Sale is Important workIJ L WATSON BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Maker of Fine Furs You are cqrdially invited to visit my new pwo PrlirsWhen in Lexington whether you buy or not If you contemplate pleaseyouplete and al drlces much lower than elsewhere in the State Old Fur Garments achgarmentVery StyleWorkmanspp BERNHARD LOWENTHM Old k and Only Practical Furrier iiin Central Kentucky Mail receive attention icj57 wrIIearIe Lexington Kf t J Y f L iiI The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind of a rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of I velvety values and bouncingbargains that have made this Department famous in the bus- inessWillkingSkirt Made of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed with pipingsof black satin cord ribbon waist band at 4199 skirtingfullflounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yok- eeffectat499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of same at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inchaccordion 4 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 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations 09c IN Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 98c Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 81 10 andl5caydS Ladies Purses and Wrist Rags 25 and 49c CbildrensPuraes with cbahiGc Call in and see our goods and be OWEN McKEE Owing to the continued warm weather we are bad OVERSTOCKED prettlestline Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost an Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERSLEXINGTON KY Most Beautiful Line of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in Richmond Can now be found at my store The Best and most up to date markets in the withtheDry Goods House in Central Ky can out class our vast myhueo The Millinery Department is in every particular firstrclass and stylesibycall before going elsewhereS LEE SMITH Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 1- 6niccl0fi A rr rles at close prices Agents for Boquet dour The Richmond Climax ffEDSESDAY DEO 3 1902 =Rooms fr rent apply Mrs Sallle WtJ sep 1Otf Boy you girl a shower stick II L E Lane ill tbr newest jokes and rag songs jtsocietv Minstrel Kanawha Salt at L R Blantons oct J3m The first regular train between Ir ne and UeattJville was put on Monday T frr will be a parade at four dock December 5th by Society Min ttrelKroup Giv us a trial onuooktiI1Jni our priTf s are very low and work Ute nesteet that ran be done ivc k tet of coal will last twenty loaroars lone of D B Shackelfords C Cais airtight stoves Lc us mike that old suit look like ell by rtw process s HEn MAIIIXR Tailors jir llrnnan Frasa the popular grocer is iain at his post after sever il weeks very painful illness CaJ High school opened Its dooriMElIS after being close since ffednesJv fr Thanksgiving holidays MrsI t Irwin of Asliland ate a rabbit a1s badly poisoned by the baiPt will which the rabbit was Med San p fthe clover specialties a iickrii lance and chorusa cornfield qnadril walking dance whistling quartet e Mrs Hull will be heard in Mono losicut Sill Minstrel An imper acaffi ilu Boston New York and CLicag tty gui hard brick for sale at f8 per housand Iy I C Wiggins Bro In jciro at V Opera House or grocery mlrvii MMot OCt29l- fifiar ri ighbor city Winchester ow baR otric cars in regular serv ctIielpdue of time giving a car very utcU minutes- T snmilpox scaie at Lexington sorei re being no catfain the city and only fiir id the pest house andI- hrs i ti very mildest form ec ir handsome line of samples rI Is before i yon buy your lilsDit Vrrcoat Prices right KER MAuLER Tailors T1 Mission circles of the Christ it1L1reL will give a bazar Decem rvi au ijth Go there and buy our Uiy articles for Christmas pres ens 1rllar monthly meeting of Ihffal Aid society of the First PreivV inn church will bo heM this sftern in tho lecture room of the ehurfii Aa recent meeting of the Athletic 88tli at Danville Mr William Pwsl f this county was elected t- otheLaIy of the Central Univer lyfJllllmm for next year Mr parl Tipton of Irvine who retv walked out of his window durz a fit of somnambulism result jug i rken limb dislocated hip injsr bruises is flowly recovering Ti Sjcietr Minstrel to be given by tir v unit people of the lownconch Uw Mrs liiascock Hull for the bene fit tm Iiaughters of the Confederacy ptorus t be one of the most unique prgjii resented to a Richmond auhenc f ciry Minstrelat Ihe Opera Iitnight attracted the largest hcrsc fii season It is not sayingt- o n t state that the performance tliron lutwas equal toany profes ilous Fiw given in Danville Every fears s good Mrs Hull is to be contrau att d Danville Alvocato L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico coal oct J3mo l IIg Ii petsforpricebears tfLK Lane Pure bred Narragansett goblers forsale 200 each SWJCowmsN4 stoveatDany guaranteedforfouryeara onehalfcom1 10 cents per pound TiN CxTSronE Next door to Gtfvernment Bldg Remember the Bazaar by the mis sionary clrcld of theOHrlstiau church TempIconTusdaj buyChristmas Elsewhere is a call for all creditors lresentflielJan I to laiwiitdbwor same will be barred Those owing Mr Smithare urged tq come nd settle Gifrai mejs coming and you can make your fri ills happy at little cost to your selfif you choose your remem branccs from our stock wo cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because we want yon to call and see tf L E Latin For Rent Cottage at the corner of Main and Tates Creek Avenue formerly occu pied by Mayor D R Tevfs for rent after January 1 1903 Mas GREEN CLAY S ror5alev Six extra nicn yeiarlingmare mules Also puro- r blooded Narraganselt turkeys Goblers 2 each hens S125 each PFADAMS- novia4t Waco Ky Assientd to Duty Mr Peyton F Adams Jr has been assigned to duty at Tyrone He left Monday fur that place to enter upon his duties Mr E G Parrish who has been stationed at Silver Creek has been laid oft for December Saycd From Jag Whites farm about a month ago a light roan steer weight about 850 Ibs Liberal reward for re turn of same to undersignedR Engle1 It Richmond Ky Goes to Tennessee Capt Henry Wheeler who has been at work on the Ll A extension for the pastycar was in the city Friday on his to Knoxville He will- suprintelid the building of a tunnel near that city on the Jellico and Knoxville division of the L N Goes to Brush Creek Mr Overtoil Evans of this city lisa purchased half interest in the gener al store of J C Chenault Co at Brush Creek Rockcastle county He went down Saturday to take charge of the business Mr T H Carr who has been the manager of time store for several months will continue with the new firm Strayed or Stolen From my place about three weeks ago a pale red dehoru d cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid lor return of same to undersigned tf Bon IIord- Uicblllond Ky Elks Christmas Tree At tho last meeting of the Danville Lodge of Elks it was decided give a Christmas tree to the upor children of Danville during Chrismas week Last year the Danville Elks distributed two or three hundred pairs of shoes and as uiauy suits and dresses for children whose parents were unable to care for them properly Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds anil at all prices are a feature of our slock- tf LE Lane Referred to the brand Jury William Turner charged with kill ingWHliam Coyle on November 22nd and Sherd Baker Sid Baker Huston Powell and Ed Powell who are Iteing held as accomplices were brought out in tbo County Court Saturday for an examining trial As a number of witnesses failed to appear the case was referred to the Gtranl Jury without trial For Sale I haveplaced in my hands for Salo a store house and dwelling attached located in Estill county on the Richmond anti Irvine turn pike 2 miles West oHrvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky D B Shackelford C6 agents for Moors Air tight stoves r E Oeatherage Co j J i r i i 1 irr t Y tI E Deather ge ciL =TT j Solid Silrer Ware Solidsilver knives and forks solid Inendlessvarleiy torRent enuesixtodec3Simmons A Change MrJolrajH Edwards who has for yearsibeen in tile oefvico of the Adams ExpressCompaiiy acting as driver has recei tly resigned his position EdLewisDissolves Partnership Kelloggship Monday Mr R N Withcnbnry ratiring Thi buisincss will be con January1stthe name of Kel lots Go Strayed or Stolen From Red House Tuesday Niv 11 a black mare 3 years old with en argo nienton left fore knee joint Liberal reward for any information leading to BoudinotJ2t College Hill KrcDecember Tomatoes SllvelCreekbrought a box of ripe tomatoes which he got out of his garden that morning The toma toes were largo and perfectly formed tomatoIhabitant has nothing to say Old Soldier Dies Hugh Ooldiron an old Confederate soldier sixtyeight years of ago drop ped death while at dinner in a First street restaurant yesterday afternoon Mr Coldiron was recently admitted to the Confederate Home and was on his wav to Peewee Valley when death over took him lie served throughout the war and was a member of Captain Collins Company of the Eleventh Kentucky regiment Captured the Plize Miss Ethel Barnett of this city cap tured the first prize twenty dollars in gold in the vocal contest at Stanford last Thursday night Tho quartette composed of Misses Nannie Hunt Powell Mary Scott Ethel Barnett and Lillian Bybee came near getting the prize for the best quartette but weie defeated by Flemingsburg A number of young people from this city attend ed the contest Sigma No Conrenllon The National Convention of the Sig ma Nu fraternity will meet at the Den ison Hotel Indianapolis on December 31 and continue three days Kentucky has for eight years furnished the Grand Recorder and editor of the Delta of Sigma Nn in the person of Mr Clar cued E Woods who is now busy day and night getting ready for the great event The coining convention will be the greatest in the history of the fraternity x Court Day Although Monday was a disagreeable day there was a fairly good crowd in town Norris Bros Stock Yards re ported 1600 head ofcattle on the mar ket with prices ranging from 21 to 4 j cents The Madisuu County Stock Yards reported 1200 cattle tho saITo prices prevailing rllCroAre9 sheep or hogs on the mutes and horses were offered with some excellent sales reported Negroes Sold Quite a novel sale has taken place re cently in Lancaster whcnShoriif Lawson offered three nefiroes two women and one man to the highest bidder The sale occurred In front of the COur- thouse and after reading his order from the Circuit Court the Sheriff asked for bids The Ulan sold for twelve months for S700 and the women sold for one and three years respectively for five dollars each These three person were convicted for vagrancy and were ordered to be sold to the highest bid der Stock Sales- EPnndJAMCordso1d to Mat Cohen twenty head of fat cattle at 511 cents Thomas Phelps delivered to Weil Friday 120 head of fat cattle Seventy head brought j50 and fifty 5 per hundred T D Chenault Son delivered to J W Bales for S S of New York 150 head of cattle which averaged 1500 pounds They were sold several weeks agoat6ceimts Closed a Weeks hnjatement The Herald Square Stock company closed their weeks engagement at the Grand Saturday evening They play ed to good houses each night In spite of the terrible weather Mr Harrison time splendid baritone proved himself quite a favorite with his illustrated songs Also time moving pictures by PiofCTsor flitters autoscopo were much enjoyed in fact the specialties alone were well worth the money paid for admission TIme company is in Cyj thiana this week where we trust they will meet with the success they deserve Notice RICHMOND KY December 1 1902 R N Withenbnry having sold his entire interest in tho firm of Kelloge Withonbury to M C Kellogg the said firm is dissolved M CIKellogg assum ing all liabilities and collecting alias sets of Kellogg Withenbnry M C KELLOGG 11 N WmiESBcnv Referring to tIme above announce ment tho business will be continued by tho undersigned under the name of- Kcllogg4i Co until during Jalmary 1903 when it will be duly Incorporated as Kellogg Co Time special capital ofC H Kellogg will remain In the business M O Kellogg What Others Say Tho celebrated comedydrama Undo Josh Spruceby will bo presented at the New Opera House on Thurs day evening December 4th Time press of the different cities where this attraction has been speak in tho Jifghest praise of i t and say it is a worthy successor to Tho Old Homestead A lot of special Bcqncry Is used and the celebrated Saw Mill scene is given which pronounced Jtho most realistic piece of stagecraft ever presented Other features are many new and nov el specialities and a solo operatic or chestra of ten people This splendi attraction will be at Wiggins Bros New Opra House for one evening only December 4th People who use Boquet Flour once never use any other Frasa Bros Second street phoncjes lib Wants to Go to The Lttlslat art Carl Day formerly of tins city Is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for time Legislature In Breathitt CentralUniversity friends here who wish him well in his race rraodnal Cub This weir known club will meet to morrqw Thursday evening with Hon 7i80ClassHume McLellan Subject Canses timetTiiitedRevjJ WMcGnrvev Oyster Sapper wimlchhmajeemm mittee of the Y M O A closed Thursday night when an oyster BUL per was tendered to those who suc ceeded in securing time allotted nnm bar of new members The supper was given in the Association rooms and covers were laid for eleven To Btfta Work soon Mr John B Davis of tile Blue Grass consolidated Traction Co wiiting to lion J A Sullivan says that he re greta very much the delay caused in making Ihepreliminary arrangements for the trolley line to Lexington Time company has had many obstacles to overcome but everything is now in readiness and the woik on the various lines will be pushed rapidly Time Rich mond road will be one of the first ones built and work will begin at rigLt away District Missionary League The District Missionary and League Conference ia in session at time Metho dist church having convened Monday evening The opening exercises con sisted of an address by DrJL Wtber of Winchester Tuesday was taken up principally with reports from dIffer- ent Epworth Leagues In the district rollcall etc Quite an interesting ad dress was made Rev W F Vaught in which he gayeMgffcription of different leagues lie Rev A P Jones gave a moattearnesC talk on the duties and work of Epworth leagues Short talks wore also made by Mr D n Cooper and Dr Weber Tonight Bishop Morrison will lecaure at time church to which all are invited Orcuit The December term of Circuit Court convened Monday wiiii Judge J M Benton presiding There are three hun dred anu eighty cases on 3lio docket distributed follows Old equity 214 Equity appearance 33 Ordinary appearance 17 Criminal 110 forfeitures 5 Time following gentlemen compose the juries GRAND JURY Hezekiah McKean T T Park John Donelson Joe Lewis WJJ Risk John White George W Tribble J O Jones Jonathan Prewitt Beverley Bruaddus Sam C Royce W S Crutcher foreman PETIT JURY Elmer Parrish O W Hisle David Chenault JmY McKtnney Rums Powell G CScanlan A J Willouph by S Dejarnelt Jonah Park Reuben Cox N B Coy J Sam Schooler S Parrish A T Cuerinult Joo Deathor age 111 Oldham W T Olds A D lUirrus John Doty James Witt Sam Lackey W N Collins B J Clay and J1I Hendren Application For Injunction I Denied In timdcase of Miss Florida Gibson against Mrs Bettie Irvine pending in the Madison circuit court defendants attorneys W B Smith and R W Milter of Richmond applied here Tuesday before Judge Benton lor an injunction to prevent the sale of cer lain property to satisfy a judgcment rendered against her in the above style cause The plaintiff was represented by attorneys JTevis Cobb and J A SullivanIn trial of the case which was a suit to recover damages for slander the plaintiff was awarded a judgement for 30OuO Time guardians at law for the defendant set up the plea that she was of unsound mind and she never ap peared in court After tile rendition of the judgment Mrs Irvines mother died an execution was levied on her interest in time estate left by decenent and the property advertised for sale The injunction was asked for on the grounds that the defendant being of unsound mind could not execute a bond to take the case to the Court of Appeals that tbero was a lack of proper description of the land offered for sale and that there were other Irregu larities Judge Benton rendered a decision lenying time application Winchester Sun Hadbon Institute Notes The first of a series of musicales will bo given in tho parlor of time Institute next Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock All friendsof the school are invited to presentMrs Crigler of Glasgow and Miss Mae Walker of Flemlngsbnrg visited at the Institute during the Thanksgiving holidays Prof and Mrs McGarvey Misses Voorhees Baakerville Wheatley Rev McGarvey and Fannie Jones spent Thanksgiving in Lexington Tho Institute building will be lighted by electricity in a few days This will be quite an advantage both in time matter of safety and of convenience The people of Richmond have reason to feel proud of their fire department It responded with remarkable promptness to a false alarm of fire from the school last week as It did on a similar occasion last session A Boshes Proposition Mr A y Ford president of the Kentucky Exhibit Association lisa called upon the commercial clubs throughout the State to oseitt in raising the 10C000 necessary for a Ken tucky building and a full display of Kentuckyd products at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition It ill the purpose of the Association to organize each county and district and In that way get eveiy citizen enlisted in the work It h a matter in which every citizen of Kentucky is more or less in terested and it ia earnestly hoped that every one will have a share in the work As there is no commercial club in Madison county the first step hero wilt be to effect au organization During the past few days a number of gentlemen in the city have received letters from Mr Ford setting forth the purposes and needs of tho Associa tion and it Is hoped that something may be accomplished here No county in Kentucky lisa more to show than Madison Besides this we are nearest the mountains tho richest section of the State and it is our duty to help show the world these great resources This is net a frolic but a business prop osition from which there will bo great returns so if time farmers and tnsinees mOl of Madison get togetiie there will1 be something doings i At Hadfcon Institute The following Is time program of the musicale to he given this afternoon at threaocloct in the parlors of Madison Institute Piano Simple Confession F Thome Edna Guinchlglianl VocalAhl tia a dream Hawley Miriam Nolan RcangNaugimty Nell Julia Ellott Pinmt Leaflets in the wind Carl Bohm Harriet Parrisli VocalTwo Mariouettcb Cooke Willie Harber umgThe rut fan Brown Ella Axley Pianch Mazurka Ap 38 No Mosykowski Florence Redgrave Vocal Love in SpilngtlmeArditl Ethel Barnett Piano Minuet al Putleo WeC E Letbore k Ella Axley Deliberate and Woods Lecture Course Messrs Elmer Dealherago and Clar ence E Woods herewith announce to that portion of time public interested in the highest class of public entertain ment tfrat they will inaugurate on Fri lay Dec 12 at 730 p in a winter course of lectures and entertainments at the Grand Opera House Thejollowjnj renowned platform en tertainers have been booked for the dates given at tile Grand Opera House Miss Kate Eggleston Friday Dec 12 subject When Knighthood Was in Flower Hon J A Becker Jan C subject Who Pays the Freight Phil Hunter Magic and musical company Feb 3 Cot Milton W Brown Feb 24 sub ject The Superfluous Man Ralph Parlette March 17 Single admission 00 cents Season tickets only 175 children under 14 25cetta Lowest prices ever offered here It is time lippe of Messrs Deatherage and Wtods that by placing tire price thus ridiculously low large audiences wiu greet the entertainers In the new Grand and though there ia no money but greatS risk in the undertaking The managers hope the public will enjoy the winter lecture course and at least see that the promoters lose nothing In Honory of MIss Fannie Wallace At the last meeting of the Mission ay Society of the Presbyterian church the following memorial was read and adopted Wheieas it has pleased the great Head of the Church to call home our friend and fellowworker Miss Fannie C Wallace who hid consecrated her life for the work in the Foreign Field the Ladies Missionary Society of the First Prtsbyterian church having met to do honor to her memory puts on record this tribute to her character and worth as a noble woman as a loving friend and as a true Christian A woman strong of will and pure of purpose she worked with deternil nation overcoming obstacles to attain her highest idenlsIShe loved her friends and all loved her Those who knew her best loved her the most As a Christian soldier she proved her sincerity by giving up her happy home tier friends and her devoted family when she felt called to go to other lands to labor for her Master In her death our community and church find her church at large sustain a grcvious loss We extend our pro found mind tender sympathy to her be reaved ones and order that a copy of this memorial be sent to each member of her family that it be spread at large on the minute book of the La dies Missionary Society and that it be published in the Richmond CLIMAX the Miiisionary of the Presbyterian church and the Missionary Qnarterly of the Associate Reformed Presbyter ian church MBS A D MILLER MissLucr CROWE Committee KIRKSVILLE Mrs G W Shepherds baby is very ill Mrs JB Walker visited relatives at Bryantevillo last week Mr Clifton VanAredale is quite sick at lila home near Round Hill The meeting at the Christian church closed with thirteen instead of six ad ditions as reported in ourlast letter We are all glad to hear that Mr Ben Gully is much better TIme Richmond Infirmary is attaining a reputation in handling fever cases and It deserves the hearty support of all Mrs P B Hall has left to join her husband in their new home in Kensington N C but will visit friends in Richmond on the way Dr I B Oldham was called to Louisville las week to see his sister Mrp Gov Eagle of Little Rock Ark who is ill at a hospital in that city Frank Tussey sold hits two crops of tobacco last week He received seven cents per pound for one crop and eight cents for the other Tobacco is on a boom and buyers are hustling The farmers of this section aro re ceiving ij cents for their turkeys Al though Thanksgiving is past Christ mrs Is yot to come which will keep the prices up Prof S T Johnson of Ironton OLio was time guest of one of Kirksvillea fair onecThanksgiving The Kirksville band will give an en tertainment at Shepherds Hall on the night of December 20 Miss Rebecca Secrest entertained her class of young folks at dinner Saturday The little ones enjoyed themselves and matte the house ring with merry laughter Miss Nettle L Pond will sell at auction on fiitnrday Dec 6 at 10 a in her stock of hardware queensware baking powder stock food etc She has decided to fill up her house with a stock of groceries At The NewOpera House Be sure to see Unclo Josh Sprnccb1 at Wiggles New Opera House tomor row night December 4th Uncle Josh Sprnceby is one of the best comedy dramas on the road Let every one see it tomorrow night =Durng the engagement of the Uncle tfosh Kpruceby company at the New House on Thorsday- evenlnRIDecember ltb a big street pa radc will be giver at noon and prose agnt Heckman promises this will be som blng new and unique Tho comp carries a big band dressed in the of the rnetio and in military costuini During the parade the band gives a concert which attracts much aliention and generally attracts acrowctliat reminds yewo4 uBarnum A Bailer circus slay L s Troubles to tome The Devil is going to play In Rich mond after the first of January You know W Oldham is located now n the corner of Main and First streets Ihurmanjs next door to Oldham en First street and next to Thurman is a saloon Well you see Oldbun is go ing to move Into his new house on Main street between the State Bank and the Richmond National Bank That will leave Thurman like the Lone Star of Texas on Sausage Row Now the people have been accustomed to finding Thurman between Oldhame and time saloon where he has been for more than a life time that Is a First street life time So just imagine a fellow from away back In EstHl or Jackson county on his road to town with some hides and furs When he gets near town he chances to meet a farm er and asks him where he can find Thurmans place The farmer not having heard of Busys change will tell the man that he will find Thurman on First street between Oldhams and tie saloon The man comes on to town and Main street being the first street he comes to naturally thinks it is First street Then he sees that big tin sign of W D Oldham Co so he makes a break for the next door About that time yon begin to see Mr Jchn Grecnleafs bristles rise for time country man will open his sack and begin to pull out coon skins that come off cats backs asking are you Thur man that buys hides About that time you will see Mr John Crooke throwing open the doors and Col Day id Irvine run to the back room to get a corkscrew to draw his breath Cot Caperton will grab his noseband almost run over the poor devil to get out time door while Mr Greeneafwill Fay inn heavy tone Thisls no hide house So the fellow will see by this timethat he has made a mistake and feeling disgusted will want to take a drink to settle his nervesafter the excitement and so will step into the next door and call forwhiaky straight Mr Lane will then begIn to show him watches and jewelryof which he carries a nice line By this time the man grows fu rious and yells4aj am looking for a salOon and not a clock fixer Next he will call for a doctor for he thinks he has gotten on the wrong road and is In Danville where he needs a prescrip tion forn half pint After so long a tune he finds Thurmans and Thur man Jets a cussing because Oldham has moved and another because Lane runs a jewelry store and another ber cause the bank is not a hide house There is another cussing coming thtt is because Thurman dont pay him for time days work lost looking for him But Thurman will put him in a good humor and send him home rejoicing when he pavs him a big price for his furs and a little something on the side It dont matter how badly you get mixed Tburman will straighten you out in fact if he does you At all ho will doyou right TiiUBMAN Bring in your jewelry taste We will satisfy it If L E LaM PERSONAL Miss Alice Ballard of Lexington Is visiting relatives here Dr W A Thomas spent several days in Cincinnati last week Mrs Claude Smith has returned from a visit to relatives in Irvine Miss Birdie Gains has returned irom an extended visit to Lagrange Miss Patsy Park lisa been visiting MissBessie Boston near Cynthiana Mr Fred L Grinstead of Danville spent Sunday with friends in the city Misses Buckwalter of Winchester are the guests ofMiss Curraleen Smith Air and Mrs John Arnold spent Thursday with relatives in Mt Sterl jug Miss Bessie Miller was the gaest qf Mrs James D Winn in Winchester last week Mr and Mrs W W Pigg are in Lex lu ton They expect to be gone about a monthDr E Smoot and wife have been spending a week with his mother in MavsvilleMr Williams of Central University spent Thanksgiving with Dr M DunnMrs B Hall of Kensington N C is visiting the Misses Wilniore on High street Mr Jesse Aiverson of Stanford spent Thanksgiving with his mother oh High street Miss Harriett Parrish spent Thanks giving in Louisville the guest of Mini Lucy Booker Mr G W Duley of Hoopeston 111 was a guest last week otJBJhs Fue Tate at Moberly Mr AlIen Zaring attended time ban quet given by the Shriners in Louis ville last week Dr and Mrs J M Poynlz spent Thanksgiving with Mrp A E Beau ill Mt Sterling Miss Johnnie Terrill attended tho Thanksgiving dances at Kicholasville and State College Mrs J W Zaring was the guest last week of her daughter Mrs John D Allen at Carlisle Judge J M Benton and wIle of Winchester are the guests of Miss Curraleen Smith Miss Kate Blanton spent Thanksgiv ing with Mr and Mrs Ii R Blanton on the Summit Misses Anne Bennett and Olivia Baldwin are guests of Mrs Will Hoffman in Mt Sterling Miss Jean Buchannan returned to her home at Crab Orchard yesterday after a visit to Miss Bessie Miller Mr B Duke Gordon our efficient foreman spout Thanksgiving with his parents In Nlcholasville Mr and Mrs Frank B Carr of Paris formerly of this city spent Thanksgiv ing with relatives here Mr T C Adams is at home having been relieved from duty at Tyrone fort in month of December Mrs Margaret White ol Danville arrived Saturday to spend a few days with relatives Bud friends Mrs Mary Jolly Vanhook us Ham- Ilton College spent a few days oi last week with Miss Fannie Tate Miss Doyle listener returned to Dan ville Monday after spending tbti Thanksgiving holidays at home Miss Blanche Vandeveer returnee Monday to her home In Stanford after several days visit to relatives here Dr Goldstein will be at thin Hotel Glyndon Wednesday and Thursday December 3 and 4 Two days only Miss Elizabeth Smith a charming young lady of Chillicothe Ohiti Is tlm9 guest of Mrs W E Luxoa anti family Mr Ambrose Wagers of Cincinnati has boOn the guest of lila jbrothei Sheriff John F Waors for several days L I y OVERCOATCan be Bought Best From Our Big Stockb FOR AND Of 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c To See All Miss Curraleen Smith at dinner Thursday evening in honor of her guests Misses Duck walter of Winchester Mr James E Black who hiss resided at Boise Idaho for several years re lurned to his old home at Speedwell Monday Miss Christian a most attractive young lady from Lexington has been the guest of Janio Myers on East Main street Mr Mike Enright was in New York last week whither he was summoned to attend the bedside of his sister who was seriously ill John H Jqnes of PittsburgPa president of tho fig Hill Coal Compa ny was in the city last week on his way to Brush Creek Miss Minnie Dykes came home Saturday from Cincinnati in order to have a rehearsal for the Elks opera in winch BIO will take limo leading part Mr Clarence E Woods and daughter Mamie Miller spent Thanksgiving with tho formers uncle Rev Di Neander M Woods in Louisville Mr and Mrs Simeon Hamilton of WIseinantown Estill county came down Sunday and were the guests of their laughter Mrs Harry Scrivner until atter court day Miss Ella Ranson line returned to her home in Paris after an extensive visit to Miss Mab l Letton While here Miss Itanson made many friends who regret her departure Mr Earl Smith and wife of Lexington have been visiting hero for sev eral days This is Mr Smiths first vjsitto his old home since he became n benedict and he received a most cor dial welcome Mrs William Park entertained a few of her friends at dinner Thanksgiving day The table which was artistically decorated was loaded with all the good things of time season Among those present were MfS EdfTayIorTf Clark county Mrs Robert Simpson Mrs Walldr Park Miss Simpson Mrs Ella Fancy And Mrs A 0 Buchannah Mr Harry Scrivner and family re turned to their home inVinche6ter on Sunday alter several weeks fleA t in tills city during which JHM MKSefiy 2 Much the largest assortment in Richmond to choose from Styles just as new fabrics and tailoring just as fine as shown ia any city large or smalL And withevery coat our positive guarantee of full value for the price or your money back if it proves otherwiseyou to be both judge and jury yourself Let us show you through Extra bargains at 57 8 1O1250 And Up COYMTON S BANKS OUTFITTERS MEN BOYS ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth CLOTHINGTO 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap pricesIf SEE OUR STOCK OF IIIl1ijUILTS BLANKETS He Dont Fall Visit r Millinery Department And The New And Nobby Styles ELDEDtoentertained ner wai operated on for appendicitis His speedy recovery has been noticed with much pleasure by his many friends who are glad to know that he is now able to return his work almost liKe a new man Time marriage of Miss Eva Fulton Witherepoon of Louisville to Rev James Overtoil Reavis of Dallas Texas will occur at the home of the brides mother Mrs Cbarlbtta Witherepoon on the evening of December 18th Their will be no invitations as the wedding will bo very quiet Miss Witherspoon is well known hero whore her father the late Dr T D Wither spoon was pastor of the rst Pr sby terian church During fie residence here she made manyfriendev who ex tend congratulations in advance Miss Fannie Wheatly of Madison Institute Richmond has boon upend ing the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother Mrs J R Wheatly on North Broadway She brought with hex Miss Amelia Baskerville pro lessor of English and granddaughter of time late president of Vanderbilt University Nashville Tenn Miss Florence Voor heesof New York City Miss Fannio Jones daughter of Judge Jones of Columbia Ky Miss Rey McGarvey daughter of the president of Madison Institute They all loft yesterday afternoon to resume their duties at Madison Institute Lexington Herald Sunday Nov 30 Invitations were issued Monday to the marriage of Miss Kit Chenault and Mr Harrison Simrallwhich will be celebrated Wednesday December l7at oclock in Christ Church Ca ihedraU Dean Baker P Loe will be the officiating minister Mies Chenaults sister Miss Florrie Chenault maid of honor Mrs Neville Moberley of Rich mond dame of honor Mr Sewell Combs best man and the bridesmaids chosen are Misses Carlisle Chenaalt Lulio Gibson Alayme Sbanklln Ethel Watts After tho ceremony at time church Mr and Mrs Christopher D Chenault will give a dlnaflr to the bridal party at their home on North Limestone and the bridal couple will then leave for wedding journey in the East Upon their return they will go to house keeping in We aJwzI legIon Ltftder S r The following is taken from time from the Huntington Advertiser of last Saturday There Is no more charm ing hostess in Hnntington tuna Mrs Samuel Nigh and Mrs Nigh never entertained more charmingly than last evening when she opened wido her hospitable doors to introduce Miss Ben nett and Miss Tribblo of Richmond Kentucky to a select number of Hunt inglons young married people These two young ladies who have been visiting Mr and Mrs John Hooe Russelon Third avenue the past week have created quite a ripple in thesocial swim be ing the centre of thEatre parties ping pong and other parties galore Mr and Mrs Russet enterlained the young people at ping ping in their honor on Thanksgiving evening and last night Mrs Nigh added an additional jewel to her crown by giving a Delightful euchre party in their honor The home was brilliantly lighted and decorated with cut flowers aud potted plants and at eight oclock fortyfour brilliantly cos tamed women andiimmaculatcly dressed men gathered about the eleven tables tbenjcy time sprightly game After the thirteenth game time was called and the score counted andlMrs Duncan and General Russel were awarded the head prizesa beautiful Japanese glove box JeepectlvelvMrs were controled for scanty scores by a Thanksgiving pie filled with bonbons and a bunch of fine cigars Then camo the refreshments delicious and satis fyingand then reluctant goodnight and animated thanks for so delightful an evening The guests present were Mr and Mrs James A Hughes Mr and Mrs F B Eaelow Mr and Mrs John Hooe Bonsai Mr and Mrs Mc Coach Mr and Mrs Bernard Pratte Mr and Mrs Mickle Mrs Arthur Era lEons Mr and Mrs Chas Watts Mr and Mrs Harry Duncan Dr and Mrs Popper Mr and Mre Aljfer Mr and Mrs Cbas Wilson Mr and Mrs Gus Nbrthcott Mr and Mrs Russell Wiatt Mrs Ed tinslow Mr Taylor Vinson Dr Prichard Misses Elizabeth Em mons and Genevieve Ewlngof Charleston Misses Bonaett and Tribble of Richmond Jv Mcasers Lonie An dor oUiDandHdge Pitts Charlie Co hpfi KeEitt timetrong Drecllamm- dMrrathaisii ef Catlettsburg 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS TTOI1LTSD ItW MILLERCRICHMOND EBMTOCX- TOifice n the Burnam Building next door to rraeta National Bank feb3ljr A S L1V NJ ATTORNEY ATJ AW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank True Co op ito Court House on Main Slfeetl rJ O D M OIIENAULTJ i ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery f W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaw RiChMOND KKNTUCK- YrSyOffice over Taylor Bro StoreJ JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAWDRICHMOND KENTUCKY f Ice in John Benuetti old lair office over Perry Thomas drug store 0 PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building JfilnStreet 11 C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery p Oflico Stouffer Buildine Main Street JJcphone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KIHMONO KENTUCKY W EVANS M D1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY f fMrsOsteopathic Physicians State Baqk TrusUiie Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot Ontheopatby DENTAL STJ333SY UT a C lODSO DENflST OF LOUISVILLE KY Thifldingjichm8ndnovl7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST tiOKce iu llcanett Building IJinly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN VlHotgl Glynilm WednesJay ieceraber 10 1902 4 i vo Taken Up Taken up as ostray a small brown tmuking mare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownm can have same by properly proving ownership and l iying charges J H Allraan tf Chief of Police ATTENTION We have moved onr produce business from the East End of Main ureet to the Garnett House Btorerooui on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends suit patrons We will continue to Iaytb highest market price fur Eggs Poultry v Hides Furs and other Ptoduc Give us g call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2S janlv RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING r1 Kings New Discovery ron Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies CombinedI This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay LaGrippeHoarsenesaSore Cough NO CURE HO PAY Price 50o Si Trial Bottle Trw TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fttj Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the lol lowing places in Madison county Arbacfcle Is Simmons Bchmond Searcv tHamilton Waco o O 8 Powell Red House W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock BaldwIn John Stapp Newby Darton Roberta Ruthton J V Tester Edenton ottonbnrgLC McWbarter WallaceUm Early Berea J T Coy KlrksTllle One Eye May Be Alright and the other nil wrong Unless the defect or weakness of the one is cor rected hy Glassesof suitaltlo strength the sound eye will ho alfc ted Cost nothing to ascertain ha condition ol the eyes Our tests lire free andrthe prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone secunbR just what they require in Alluminal Gold FilflIand Solid Gold Frames or the uewstyIflnch eyeglass T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 301 ly For Winter 19O2 White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ iesNainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash SiIks Ribbons S Agents for Goftonsx Celebrated Shirts VhANGIb3Ofl1RICHMOND Dr RGoldstdn Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville SS+ be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Thursy December 3 and 4 givereliefHcadaciiesin or casessulieihKyPamto4= WE GO WEST t VIA I Memphis Kansas City or Chicago i Through Service of the Very Best to OKLAHOMAJI COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO COASTIHofftesecker i 0 BACOJVKGenl AgL HOWARD JOLLY T P t 38 East Fourth SljClncinnallO 38 East Fourth SL CteeInH 0 GE tEE fT Little Rock Ark il2t L rf rrP Cj + A New Sport Rome New York claims credit for a new gatne in which the people of thatvincmity are engaging it is said with great enthusiasm As described tlthe game is tochoose sides arm with shot guns rifles and pistols divide into two parties and scour a certain district previously agreed upon for the purpose of killing as many animals as possible Every kind of liv ing thing that is not protected by Jaw may be shot and counted in the score RabbitslI bjrds cats stray rels and all such creatures are regarded as legitimate prey After three days of killing the side that has slaughtered the greatest num ber of birds and animals gets the prize V The one serious objectionw- this game is that wide as the field of tha sportsmen is it is not wider It would be a much more commendable game if to the varied list of animals whidtthe contending sides may shoot were added all the members of the con tending sides themselves Let it be the game to shoot the human animals who en gage in this sport as well as the rabbits cats and things and Romes new pastmime will not only bemoreexciting but of some benefit to the pub lie at largeCourierJoiIr nal This One Hard toBeat A Fish Story The fall sea son for the harvest of fish stories has opened up and John Walters son of Mr James Walters near town is telling one that promises to be the banner story of the crop John says that while he was at work in an old field last week he heard a noise of splashing water in an old pond near by thathad about gone dry and upon investigation he saw several fish issuiugout of the water He captured several with his hands weighing about two pounds but they were so plentiful that he went to the house and procuring a shovel and several baskets and buckets returned and scooped up about two hundred of the finny tribe Hejgot all he could carryand leftas many more in the pond TheyWere all large ones Larue County Herald The present methodof sending small sums of money through the mails areentirely inadequate to the mail order business of the country In vestigation shows that in everyone thousand money or ders only 350 of them are for 5 or less and it is estimated that money orders are used for only 10 per cent of the transmissions of small sums through the mails New York has 3323 fewer stables and 8660 fewer horses than in December 1896 The decrease is attributed to the disappearance of horse cars on surface lines Cholera is raging in Pales tine and the inhabitants are fleeing for safety WEEDS Consumption isa human best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when oldsometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the disappearThe is porkisto digestThe to treat consump tryingtoOthers see it you wont Dont wait until you cant longerBeginto take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt reallyconsumption so much better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once you will in time and will be rigidly regular in your treatment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free 1theoZEmulsion SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc aM St all4nMs Goes Up Sturgeon The Louisville Atlantic continues to show faith in the future of Lee county The company has a generous slice of the Kentucky Northern stock on Millers creekand now it has commenced active operations on an extension up Sturgeon Civilengineers were at work last week and located ajbridge site A preliminary line was run the first of the week and before Saturday night the line was located and rightofway secured to Cross Roads six miles away That the Sturgeon branch will be profitable goes without saying Each mountain is a veritable treasurehouse of coal and the dense forests along the creeks and hillsides have scarcely been touched by the ax Numerous coal openings have been made and a vein ranging from 40 to 56 inches without flaw is in evidence all along the creek In regard to the timber acorres pondent once said that it would take several mills a hundred years to clear out the timberThe Sturgeon line will rep resent a greater outlay than any other part of the L A system but it will well repay the expenditure The work of building the road will we are informed betaken up at once and the con tract for the bridge willbe let at an early day Beattyville News A Cold Wave The forecast of sudden changes in the weather serves notice a hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the sanctity of in your own home Cautious people have a bottle athandCoughCureprobably my life It cures coughs lagrippe bronchitis pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles One phlegmdrawssoothes the mucous membrania and strengthens the lungs Stockings With White Feet A physician in a public in terview says theIndianapoli Journal urges that the wear ing of stockings with vhite feet will do more to promote ease in walking and relieve foot ills than anythingelse to be suggested Socks or stock ings of cotton or lisle thread in black bind thefeetand make them swell he says no matter how fine and open they may be The black dye with the hard thread of the lisle variety is a combination that is particularly tortuingtoten- der feet Thin unbleached balbriggan he recommends Preferably the whole sock or stocking may be white but at least the foot should be A further caution is added that new cotton hose as well as all new cotton undergarments should be washed before being worn to take out the sizing used by the manufacturers 70 OUBE A COLS IN ONE SAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets itfailea on each box 25 cent- sSummed Up Wall street arthmetic 10 mills make one trust 10 trusts make onecombine 10 combines make one mer ger 10 mergers make one magnate 1 magnate makes all the moneyBoston Com inercial Bulletin Postal Cilrds which have been spoiled and not sent through the mails if entire are now redeemed at all post offices under a sliding scale of valuations by which the post master will pay 7 cents for 10 cards 18 cents for 25 cards 37 cents for fifty cards 75 cents for one hundred cards The cards are to be wrapped in bundles of twentyfive I offer for sale my residence on Higl street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new sta buIldingsHouse en nil in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow tveep your money at nome wnen con want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER MAIILEB Tailors Gas Reduction companymateriallyhas been so encouraged by increased preaeutyearthatadiscount of 2oc per 1000 feet ou iilu tninatingiraa furnished ou and after netpricoJggBut police Is especially given beallowedeMitmonthdelipiluelitthe present rate penalty without ex ception Kcspectfnllv RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CoINov 27 11 dC Turkey cranberries celery and all other delicacies of tho season E DEATH E2AGE Co Compliments are often loaded Many many years ago a gallant louisville man wept to a fashionable resort in the State One day while hunting around for fish or bait or something the sort he found a turtle and proceeded to in scribe QUhe name of his ladylove and her age on the bak of the reptile The turtle waddled off afterward with the ladys visitingcard on its back and has continued ever since to hang around the resort where visitors are perpetually running up on it and reading the lettering on its back The girl in whose honor the carv ing on the shall was done was at first butvery proud now it jars herandshewantssome- secretstffvice man to get that turtle and do away with itand its telltale inscription Peo pIe come to her and say Oh Miss Belle it was so curious VVe were at the springs and one of the gentlemen fcundan old old turtle with yourname anda faraway date on its back Why continues sum female tormentor I had no idea you were in society then though I think grandma said you were One man wanted to court her but when he heard of the ancient turtle and the date he got lost and never came to can any more She says this idea that i the giveaway turtle is wandering around loose year after year is driving her dis tracted The first thing she knows some friends grand children will run upon it A reward aqd no questions asked will be paid the party who will go to Rock stleand slay that shellybacked reptile Its worse than the census man Louisville Times A TEXAS WONDER HALLS mEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal eminsions weak and lame back oftIotroulesingist will be tent hy mail on receipt of One small bottle ia two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W sole manufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo drugJRichmond Ky READ TIlls Richmond Ky FebJ lOCJl MoDelJrSirTexas Woudir Halls Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I usIngitTeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4drc ly JOHN A RIDDEn The present average yield of lima beans in Southern Cal ifornia is 22000000 pounds which is about threefouths of the total production of the world One rauch in the bean country covers 1500 acres This is the largest bean field in the world and it requires forty tons of seed beans to plant it- The inventor of a flying machine is rather pleased to have people remark that he is up in the air- Somehow or other the people who are always practicing economy dont seem to save a whole lot Its hard to understand the girls who turn around and marry the fellows they used to makefunofWhen t knows Some thing that is too good to keep its too bad if she cant find anyone to tell it to When a mans first baby be gins to talk its rather hard for him to stick absolutely to the truth The Potomac river isonly 500 miles long and ts lower course is rather an estuary than a stream In Swe dish towns the av erage marrying age of males is 30 years and of females 271 The contortionist generally manages to ntake both ends meet There is difference be tween being outspoken and being outtalked A square meal is one that will go around KodolDyspepia eatThisklndsoffoodfalls to cure It 3ows to eat ThiomostscusItivstomachs thousands of dyspeptics have been Isunequalled itFlrstdosereUcvcs trIstrcariida 6ottlecoatalns i tteestbeWc foraale by Ferro Thomas L c JtS itl ij h it in Ideal JTonaft Mdlcini So says Mrs Josie Irwin of 325 So College St Nashville Tenn of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Never in the history of medicine has the demand for one particular remedy for female diseases that attained by Lydia E Pinldmms Vegetable Compound and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so great as it is today From the Atlantic to the Pacific and throughout the length and breadth of tMs great continent come the glad tidings of womans sufferings relieved by it and thousands upon of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi tively does cure the worst forms of female complaints Irs Pinliam invites all wo men Who arc pijzzlcd about thcirhealtli to write her at Lynn Mass for advice Such correspondence is seen by women only and no charge is made The counterfeiter never makes good TH i 8 I S UI Grand Opera House Wednesday Dec 3 Mrvr genuineLaxativetbo remedy that cures a cold la one day Por Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments 26George CON10Win28Ferdinand 00RJcounty Ky 5 Austin Kockport Ky 1S8 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myCt tem STANDARDRotary 4Sewing ETANUARD OLND LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewirgMachiinea stitch Two machines in one Run as silent as the licking of lIhterandfoed lahorOurautomatic drop head swell front woodwork and ball bearings is tho totheFor a cheaper machine the New Century swell frotft wood work warranted rthemire wjwiiig rnanhincH from 515 up nndbeARBU SIMMONSDEALERS KyTheStandard Company 21 WIth CiucinnatiO8mo ti f r Notice to CreditorsI All parties having claims against the estate of J W Hill are requested to present same verified as Is reanired by law to the undersigned on or be fore tbelst day of January 1003 Parties indebted to the estate of J W Hill will please rail promptly on the undersigned d pay same without costs T 0 Oloesip Exor of tf J W Hill OLD JOEiWHISKY Hand made Sour Mast Every dropguaran to bepuroSIt is of old style manu fad nre No BETTER can he found for medicinal pur poser You want beet Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs St 00 per gallon 10 bottles 35 II Ijugs 250 5 bottles 3 2 Ujigs 2 0II Orders prOflptlyfihIl WILKY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery Mcllrajer novlvr Anderson county Ky Aint You Got No Home Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Do you want to make a change Then take advantage of the Low Round Trip Home v seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the 33a 5olvGits Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of ear h month up to and including April 21st 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky NEW ROADWAY TRACK EQUIPMENT iJ Fast Scheduled Trains ST1buis 13 OF ALL DAILY3H No Additional thargeFOR SUPERB SERVICE AND QUICK TIME EtECANT COACHES 4ullman Drawing Room Sl g Cars Parlor Observation Dining Cars For rlifonut1011caIJ 0 P McCARTY General PatMnger Jgent CINCINNATI O S Beat This itO Lup Rube of ours if you can Iaddod to this price will not secure its equtl elsewhere This doublefaced tInt quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of the ninny in our stock This is the handsomest line that was ever in the city All the e goods possess many at tractive features not tho least of which Is their handsome appearance and durabilityLap s at all prices from 150 upwards T J Moberley FoFiE SALE Of Clay Herd of Sheep- On account of the death of my late partner Mr James W Smith the partnership business of the firm of Smith Powell must be settled There fore I will offer at Public Sale untyStockKy on- Wednesday Dec 3 1902 about 1000 oclock ta m the famous Cassius M Clay Herd of Pure South down sheep consisting of 100 choice all bred to Imported Bucks Not a mean sheep in the herd This herd has no superior Theywillto the highest and best bidder Parties at a dis sealedbidsfair treatment These sheep must be sold and will be sold without re serve or bybid and are subject to inspection at anytime W G POWELL Surviving Partner Smith 1owell1Richmond Ky CARNAULTAuctidbeer 11 I t 20 PERCENT OFON STOVES 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Weboughtcan save you the advance in prices and the freight f tt t WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Great Majestic Ran HeatIIv ian give you a less money than j one in this or any other to- wnHARD WAR OUR LINE O- FFannifig Implement Is complete We carry the DIsc only perfect Disc Plow made ItsIMade Right Is Right Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and pairing done promptly by experienced wor men Arbuckle I Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l A Beautiful Home LIs 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 Jabourets and Tables Call and examine our handsome line of Mattings Carpets andRugs We are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jnly3tly KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5090 stock of goods of Burn Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was eerily destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the originalwholesale Price These Goods are damaged in the least and these bargains are without a para in this city EVERYTHINGI- n the way of Dry Goods oots Shot Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everytB is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that being offeredand get first pick from this immense stock GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE s A D 0 ROWSKY Pro First St Opposite Court House Ga- teRichmond K To Our Patrons c Greeting How about your holiday aboping Christmas bells will soon rinc merrill you selected your gift If not you cannot do better than visit our store eee the beautiful goods we have bought for our Holiday trade Solid Gold Lockets 4 Jfo A handsome Comb Brush and Mirror hi leather case J2 Call and inspect our stock whether yon buy or not Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER sr E MAIN ST LEXINGTON J OurMUtor ReUcMftGsttoX j D8ainr Bottom Wees