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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ip111E s CLIMAXIr l1O1Ah IvTQLUME 29 t t ij e Wise abstain from running store accounts Pay Cash IAnd the pennies and you are bound to prosper We a few of the many needful articles fM tiTables knives ami furies set 40c to C- OKuicher kiiiveif 10 ti 25c I Tea ami talile xporiiiH IU and lite FIrE Shovels ttlll pokers Satut lOc Pail IIICk5 Io25c- Unlvnnized I1 wtIi tubs 50 to GOc orrthtsrl IVttiijZetIroal hldil 5c- Pti 2qt rntiite rice boiler 70c I 0 qt tin butkutrf lOc- I CInillan 10 to 20c E Wooden Kpnntiii 6c- SemiPorceliiin1 pliiUs per wit 35c Meat litlius 10 io40c Clilita cups and naWers COe And ilottl turret we have a nine line of Jnrdiuers from 25t to 240 Also Flower Pot f F Everything is Cheap at he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery JL STREET RICHMOND KY LR Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt SanaUme Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsprSO Phone 85 Q 1 j tto e L Big Hill Coal Co j ORLANDO KY Shippers of o4 njte Coal it4++Hj + 44 + + ++ + H+ 4 + + + + i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i 1 grate without any attention 0 + + + + + + + + + i + + + + + + + + + + + V = J g What You Need I Is a Good StQve vlit the nfeniniiinp I rJ ialvf IMIJIIIJT ciTniiiai tJvtwJII cnii itt llie li1tiil AiTih i jjtftlr 6thJ will riIrirdoti wilt II it coiiis miall ftiel liills nnd ii Hnl fftvivv We VB in siocl a ear load o Qd liokory Wagons ti niosi rniiabl4 fnMii vagins tis xttItce 01l- ill uf fl r H r wa r A F tV 1 4h 1 din ever iNilinpnt Is Ciuii te iui yijii can save tuttllYI y n ding with iw Hive us your nripr ftilUn flog and iieriiiir SjniKraction guaran teed llespcctfully TAYLOR BROS Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNITURE dLargestT lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suitsr ining Room and titchen Furniture JoIlH n y yveJualanteed to save ycu money W ecordially our country friends tocall niake our store their headquarters r Jf f1 t If 1 i1I Y Y cB 1 iY11lJJ1 if I- Tmi1tic lplease Our success depends upon it and the reasonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and in variety Quri tur Department is I complete ng neatly donandfheneest- mould1salaYcttrzd t dO S JOPLIN ot1 J73C 47 I Undertutng Specialty RICHMOND KY p w Ean1- Ernb Jr L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1902 crnts koW NUMBER 29 SAILS A RAGING SEA Novel LifeSaving Globe Is Subject ed to Most Severe Test Sncceurnllr Rides the IVavei OS Dover Vlllle They Are Running Too Ulch for Ordinary Lifeboat 7 thlifeswfng1 shipwrecks by Capt Donvig a Xor wegian says a New York Herald dis patch from London The object of this test was to ascertain how the craft would behave in heavy seas extremelyin which it was declared no lifeboat couldlive the globe was towed by a tug from Dover harbor into the channel shouldbecondition Qsit would be if used in weightedithmen who were in the globe made the weight equivalent to that of 20 men and 30 days provisions wasfirstend the South Foreland reasSeveralthe trough and her decks were completely swept so that it was neces sary to batten down all the hatch ways But the globe rode over the waves like a cork Finally it was towed into quiet water where Capt Donvig accompanied by three Dower seamen went aboard They fastened the manhole and the globe was again towed to sea When the full force of the wind and was was experienced Uapt Donvig signaled through the manhole to cast ropeThe to itself bobbed about in the heavy seas but showed no inclination to roll over After tossing about for ten or fifteen minutes Capt Donvig and one of the sailors emerged from the man hole and lathing themselves to the outside of the globe set a smaU sail which they pulled through the man hole with them The air funnel was used as a mast and the queer craft was navigated back to harbor a dis tance of several miles SCHOOL ONA SHIP Knntlcnl Preparatory School to Fit iioya for military Academy of Annapalli According to a man identified with the plan the projectors of a nauti cal preparatory school met at the As tor house and it was decided to be gin work on a ship that will take several hundred boys around the worldon cruises while they are be ing prepared for college or for the United States military academy or for Annapolis The name of the boat will be Young America William E Winant who is in the bureau of naval construction at Washington will supervise the construction It is to be a sailing vessel of 2600 tons capable of car rying about cadets or students instructors and attendants Mr Winant said that the plan of the nautical school which is to be a school on a ship but not a school ship was originated by Lieutenant Commander C II Harlow U S N now executive officer of the Raleigh and that his plans were highly commended and amplified by President Roosevelt and len Leonard Wood several years ago The course of studywill last four years and in each of the years a long cruise will be made RELIGION BASIS FOR DIVORCE e An Important DecUlon on the Matter lllndby the Court In I Anitrla Atf important decision was rendered the other day by the provincial civil court at Vienna which showsthe urgent necessity to American and En gUsh women who may be contemplat ing marriage with an Austrian sub ject of first obtaining competent legal advice in the matter In the present instance an Austrian named Clemens Kolischer was married in London in 1898 to an English woman a singer by a civil ceremony Kolischer de- icrlbed himself as having no religious i itband the bride gave herself as belonging to the Protestant church recently applied to the VI enna courts for a legal separation and the tribunal in its decision held that the marriage was invalid on account of the differences of religion between the contracting parties in spite of the contention submitted by the womans counsel that such marriages are per fectly legal in England France and Germany i Tlrst to Walls The controversy between European papers as to the origin of the waltz was settled by the discovery that the waltz was first danced at the French court on November 9 1178 when it was announced as the composition ofa French courtier who called it volta Solving n Picture Puxze With the aid of copious notes says the Chicago Tribune it is compara tively easy to understand an instantaneous picture of a football scrim nlage Fainting Girls Sixteen girls fainted in a Utica knit ting mill the other day when one of them pricked her finger says the Chicago RecordHerald The eternal feminine hasnt been eliminated yet J Ogden Armour of Chi cago whose daughter was cured of congenital hip disease by Prof Adolph Lorenz the famous Austrian surgeon has set on foot plans for an Institution of Bloodless Surg ery which it is said h3 will endow with 3000000 for the treatment of similar cases The proposed institution will be open free of charge to the public Dr Frederich Muel len tie assistant of Prof p1acedinic arge pmWhyDeWitts Early Riseis Are little surprises Take ono they do the rest Vf A Howell Houston Vex writesth- iiveused Little Riser Pills In iriy family for constipation aids head ache etc To theirnse indebted torlhe health of my ftwrily 1m A- THE OLL RELIABLE H OY4v 4 r bjj0powo Eli Absolutely Pure ThERE iSJJO SUBSTITUTE AFTER MANY YEARS Cannon Ball Fired in War of 1812 Hits Man in Year 1902 Interesting Ulitorlo Relic h Unearthed Sear Dladcnmbarir end In aide A Mesiage Saying That the Drltlih Are Comlnt An old rusty cannon ball flied from a British field piece at the attack on Bladensburg Maryland by the Eng lish force under Gen Itoss and Lieut Wainwright during the war of 1812 hit a laborer working a short distance outside of that town the other day and broke his leg The ball when examined was found to inclose a roll of parchment addressed to the cow manding officer of the AmerScim force defending Washington and contain ing a detailed account of the plans of Admiral Cockburn the commander in chief of the British naval force then in the Potomac and of which the land expedition was part for his nmrch on Washington and the destruction of the national capital The communication was signed Timson Howard mate of the American merchantman General Stone and a victim of the British press gangJohn Key the man injured by the cannot ball was one of a gang of col ored laborers engaged in cutting a road near Bladenburg He was work ing at the bottom of a steep 30fout slant when the pick of a laborer at the top of the elevation dislodged from the earth where it had lain for nearly a century the big rusty relic It rolled down the hill and struck Key with considerable force breaking his leg near the ankle After the man had been cared for Vashingtontheforeman ball to a nearby creek and removed some of the earth and rust He noticed that the ball was hollow and not kuow ing that explosive shells were nut in ityimpeUedthe relic with a knife to see as he explained later how the powder in the shell had withstood the ravages of 90 years After the foreman had cut nwny the dirt from the twoInch hole in the big piece of iron his knife brought out a roll of parchment yellow nnd dis colored with age but which when un rolled proved to be the communication portlonofenough could be read to make a fairly connected whole The communication signed by Ho wardwho from the character and phraseology of the document was a man of some education explains that he had been impressed into the British service shortly before the beginning of thewarand had since heen co peJled to serve against his country While acting as orderly to Admiral Cock burn he had learned that the British commander In chief intended to sack and burn Washington and lay waste the surrounding country A portion of the writing says With the aid of God Almighty let aUpatriots rally to TWashicgton and marauders who are coming informernaval supremacy press gang ou- trageslost before explainsthatwarnings and knowing that the Ameri cans made a practice of usingovert gain the cannon bans fired at them b7 the British had slipped the papers into shells carried by the land force which forlornmight be discovered NEW NAVY COALING RECORD Playing of hand on CrnUer fferr York Stripe Sailors to Pat laSSO Tons In Six Hoars The cruiser New York broke the navy record for coaling at Honolulu the other day putting In 8SO tons of coal in six hours This remarkable speed was due to the fact that the dtrlngtberushing the coal aboard The employment of the band was suggested to Capt Mackenzie by the bandmasters application for 48 thshiptoof coaling Instead the captain ordered the band to play for eight budgeduringtial airs Two rival gangs of jackies were coaling one getting coal front a lighter alongside and the other from the wharf The jackles trundled wheelbarrows of coal at a lively trot Canadas PerU A Chicago syndicate It Is sail is making arrangements to settle 1J5SOO American families in Canada At this rate says the Chicago Inter Ofean the settlement of Canada and etery thing in Canada on lines perfectly pat Jsfactory to the people of this sic of the border casnol be long delays Chance for the Inventor Those Stories about the disintegra tion of the Egyptian sphinx malt be true sayi the Chicago Tribune and they roay lead up presently to thannouncement of a newly invented rock preservative Danger Ahead Another airship subject to perfect control Las been invented In says the Chicago Inter Ocean ins far theParfe nrwfpapers speak of kia iaveatorintl preHIlttJB6e JL U MAN CHASED BY WILDCATS Pennsrlvonla Farmers Life Is Saved by the Prompt Action of Ills II rave flaw Charles Mason a farmer living near escapelastcats These animals have always been found in the mountain woods in that region but for a great number of years they hove not been BO numerous as they are this fall Mason went early in the evening toI the house of a friend about three miles from his home and returned through the woods late at night For accompaniedbyA band of wildcats followed him and threatened several times tospring upon him Whenever one of the ani dogbravelyafraid of the dog but they became so numerous and bold that Mason only saved himself by taking refuge at a mountain dwelling half way home and there passed the night He be lieves that at least a dozen of the wildcats were after him theyhavefront the woods A party of hunters Is being formed to go Into the moun talus and spend a couple of days in searchof the animals BOSTONITnelr Pretty Cap Apron and Duck Ira Plraae the Shopping Public ot the Hub girlIsmade her appearance in the fashion able downtown stores luncheon rooms for women dressmaking establishments the Young Womens Christian association and the Wom ens Educational and Industrial union It all came about because the ele vator man at the latter place left Looking around for some one to take his place one of the managers sug gested employing a girl and it was done at once The new girl was young and pretty and wore a neat cap apron and shoes with shining buckles The patrons of the Union lunchroom were pleased- A week later a girl appeared in the mirrorlined elevator of the Young Womens Christian association The idea became a fad and more girls were given places Their employ ment is fast becoming popular in other establishments VIOLINS IN CONTEST Slrnilivnrlu Worth 3OOO hiss Small AlnrKtn lit Vole Over That ot Clirap Instrument Dr Henry Watson a wellknown authority on music and himself a cultured musician while lecturing recently at Manchester Englandon the violin incidentally had a short piece played on two violins one a Stradivarius worth 3000 and the other one of a lot worth half a crown apiece used in a variety turn on the stage to break a comedians head Then he asked the audience which instrument they regarded as the better of the two It was only by a very narrow margin that the an dience which was composed largely of regular attendants at the per formances of Lady Halle Mme Nor man Neruda antI subscription con certs decided in favor of the genu- Ine Strad Thereupon Dr Watson said I doubt whether you would have chosen the right one If the piece had been played in another room without giving you an opportunity of seeing the Instruments j TO GIVE BRAIN TO SCIENCE Prof ColdTrln Smith Says Over Made to Cornell Professor In Jest Will B e Carried Out In Earnest Prof Goldwin Smith who hat willed his brain to Cornell university at Ith aca N Y speaking oT the gift said I have hitherto looked upon this thing as a joke bun now I see it has been taken seriously I shall certainly keep ofIthe subject of the brain He informed me he had made a specialty of brains and was collecting them for his mn heIwith It The whole thing was done In a joking way but now that the matter has been taken seriously I will eel tainly make arrengements that my i promise shall be carried out I am now in my SOth year and the legacy may fall soon CALIFORNIA FRUIT rGET In Enelnna Are Unable te T llb tile Fruit Rollers IB America determthatloisIfruit in the English market is commanding much attention The shop at London are full of excellent fresU figs plums and grapes at low prices and during October Californiasuccess- fully flooded this market with thou sands of tons of choice black plums while the farmers olKeatr lettlielr plums iorotoiatbetreenndgroanda- lleging that It Was not worth while tlleJdener Magazine says California shipments pf plums In Octobersgg iej9rd THUMPED COUGAR With a Bottle Until Wild Beast was Glad to Escape Four children of Mr Rod enber whose home is at Big Skookumgo to a public sehoel house a long way off One Wednesday during the last of June these children on the road homeward were strag gling along at some distance from one another when a cou ger sprang out of an ambush and seized the little boy who brought up the rear He was the youngest of the party only 6 years old The couger seized the lad by the head and sat upon him snarling at the other boy of the party an eightyearold youngster who came running with might anti main to save his brother The brave boy had in his right hand a milk bottle of heavy glass lIe took hold of one of the coujrers ears and with the bottle began to beat the snarling beast over the head At the third or fourth blow the bottle broke and a hundred fragments of glass were scattered about It is possible that some of the f ragmen Is entered the cou sconnas the bottle broke it let go its hold and ran off plunging into the bushes from which it did not again emerge Mean while the unhurt children took the wounded boy into a neighboring farmhouse Tht wounds were all flesh wounds and when they hail been dressed the little felkny grew quite animated in his account of the adventure which was soon the talk of the neighbor hood Exchange Whats in a Name Everything in the name when h aiuies to Witrli llaznl SVvo E C Lie Will Co ol Cliicaui dl mveird pom plI r lOn hv to make alve fmn pliesForIllliillK iles lzmoclll iXlllil Crimes itiil nil skin dinuse DoUiit Jieischk for leVltia tlm genuine Pears Like Cows is Gone Up The verdico of a jury in iourt of justice is often j source of surprise and comment from outsiders who eat not see the consistency of things In our Circuit Court last week there came up two damage suits against the L N railroad In the first ease the widow of a colored man who was killed by a train a few months ago sued the company for 20000 damages for the loss of her husband The other ease was that of a farmer seeking to recover from the railroad company damages for the loss of a cow recently run over by one of the companys trains In the first case the jury gave a verdict of 1000 to the widow to compensate her forthe loss of her lord and master while in the other case the farmer was allowed 195 for his cow A hoary headed old colored brother remarked on being told of the result of the two trials Niggers I reckon is wuth bout what dey was be fo de war bub pears like cows is gone upSpring field Eews Leader Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all clarees of fond tonis and trenKiliPiis tlieniouiHch Hiid digestive irirans Cur ihtqwsits inditr stion tfo Ytinrh tmulilrs mid nuikes rlili red jitinil lieilihi dlrII1rth Kllllol reo- iltls WOt iitut tiasuei pnrJ sitiength ns and sweptena the stomach Goy it W AtkiiiMm of Vn HITS I have usPil a numlinrof tiottlesof Kodol and have found It tnlH a very effec tlve and mIe d n powerful rem dy for iniiiHili ailments I ricoilulfleJtt it to nv friends lilt Boycotting a Church thinGrace church in city which is attended by a large f number of the wejflthiest reF idents is under abbyc6tl de dared by the kal Trades Assembly and Builders Exchange IAs the result of a nonunion man being employed to lay a sidewalk in front of the church a short time ago it was declared unfair and several unionmen and their families have left theconaregation In consequence Bh Iders ExcniIKeTnxm xsea or ll the builders in the city took the same action and it has been fomnd impossible tose r curie thma1ng necessary repairs to the cljurch Os Courier wego Telegram to he Buffalo j J DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE e e eaTTa DOTS o 1050 FTOQ ii Busy Bee Cash Store ERTTCTR CAT THEcr USYBEE GASH STORE c Has been enormous for the last twenty or thirty days and the ne- wc Fall Stuff has been going out in enormous quantities but the ener nIL getic buyers for the Great Bargain Mart are ALWAYS IN THE MARKET And the nes styles i- nMonte Carlo Jackets boughtandpatternstheold stuff costs you elsewhere BeeCarpetsalwaysgetThanking you for past patron age and extending to you a cordial invitation to visit us we are very res- pectfullyw5OLDHAM co Busy Bee Cash Store GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of Mi most bitter things in life re bein jiluil by a girl rtul n do e of illitli lie 8 tTH- ELexingtont Democrat 15 THE ONLY DAILY- Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region +It is especially devoted the interest of the l tojIc party and ire aU news wit C Snbsarptlea Price 500 a Year 15 Cents a Week by Carrier bW P WALTON AIGRwlEDITOR AND c Lexington t Kentucky MRS L S ADAMS Ol CnlTcnton Texas blessingtoseven years with weakness and bear Injdown pains and having tried say era doctors and different remedies with no iscccii your Wine of Cardul was the which helped me and eventually cured me Itseemcd to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have yourselfathomewiththisgreat of Cardai Wino of Cardul has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed ti benefit WhY not to get well today Alt- druggists have 100 bottles For any lveror bowel disor der Thedfords BlackDraught should be used TorIldTlCOla1dlltmll1Jreaddreslh1111tf71D sCo WINEo CAROUi 1tj c2S tj LM Fprlr lne phi From Leiln ton Irvine am Oen KickBond Ql ff9 VIlE MAKE SPECIALTY ol NERVOUS DISEASES hate been especially successful the treatment Women Children not cnly cure Kertous troubles but can pounds weIght thin delicate man InO develop tho lungs and enlarge the inches 6Pt cure Spinal and Nerrous disease children llackactu 1tarrbOsteopathyElectricitySuperheatcd tap Irhisitarium nest accommodations fur outoltonn loa JjDrSurgeon Office 819 Ave Louisville Ky MYNAMEIS THURMAN On Sausage Row 8aBuysSKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening O- fPalllSlJJ1fftff1lJ1gs Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever in Central Kentucky from which we make to order guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the We guarantee a fitandsatisfaction and prices below foreingn Stouffer Mauler TAILORS- P SWe haAe a cleaning and pressing department and can serve you on short notice 1s2 Loiie Iitalic Eulni DAILY EX SUNDAY TKAIffS LEAYB RICHMOND or VersaillcsLawrenceburg Shel pmDdt34- amVortllersCre25tlV h TRAINS ARRIVE RIORI4ONDI Louisville imJ Uut- atscltiBiU m i suer m Prom k 3135pm mXDluCrel O K BROWNING Mcr Yfl mlfTH A Woolumt fl A K j Dr ffJ A fSff I A I m ot Merroum sail 1 I 15 to 30 ci on a mim or to 90 days I can cheat 3 to 6 in 90 days I 4 ol 1 s S of tknu Physician Osteopath Fourth opened and city work added Mf + CALL AT+ t t+ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing odrinks that caqetounll Ai the are byjupitoclate anti dcoinmo rs eeHhc sWiMf rtt s T lphone 3 Seoud S 1I MU1 I U rflr if 1 I r Tllfl RICHMOND CLIMAXVd 44 tIYO tSIO VOLUME 29 r I f1 Jir lr1 j RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER JO 1902 NUMBER i9 o Wise abstain from running store accounts Pay Cash IAnd the pennies and you are bound to prosper We a few of the many needful articles Tables knives and furies set iOc to CO lUitcher Uiiivw 10io2jc Tea ami table f 1l1o1I 10 nnd K e Kire Shovels mul poker 5amt lOc 1rtil lock 5 loloc- Unlviinized wacli tubs 50 to GOc Li orrutIgdvaiiiizetl roal liiils 35c 1 2qt cranite rice boiler 7Uo 9 qt tin bucket lOc CIuil ianc 10 to 20c E Vou len spoons 6c- 8einiti rcelian plit s pert 35c MHt ilivbei 10 III JOe i Chi iui cups and Ba icers roc p And ilont Iiircet we have a nine line of Jardiniers from 25c to 240 Also Flower Pts 4 i W Everything is Cheap at The RacKet Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery JUN STREET RICHMOND KY 11 RBanton DEALER IN Coal Feed SaltS 1d Eime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsP IwrPhone 85 Q lFig Hill Coal Co j ORLANDO KY Shippers of oAqite Coalt t+ s + ++44i4 + + + 44+44 t+ 4 + ++ + ++ + 4 + + + + J Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J grate without any attention 0 r+ + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + V J 2J f I What You Need Is a Good Stove J Vhni the enlllllillJarl Wl v luiiiijr iTwiu titovesNVJjon cnn supply Dt with tile best niaketatTords Our Air TignfR tri Cww willniiruriseyoti wlim it CMIIICH Mimll fuel bills and gbtlpepviee Ue linvo in stock a car load o I Q14 Hikry WagoM Ihl IIIPSI riiaJI fittin wagns in XIHIIrt 011- line of HalJm r fggSav As A j 5 y f I Q t I in ever miHtmelit is CtiiiiiiHH 4111iI1 cnn save 1113I ii ding with ns iive usydiir iirinr rut K flog and neriiiif sui8riction Kunrnn teed Respectfully TAYLORBROSt Autumn Opening Sale- oLrFURNITURE 4srrLargest5fSlowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits ining Room and tJ itchen Furniture H t I i1 v i We guaranteed to save you money W ecordialljT invite our country friends q5 alLmake our store their headquarters d iii1111q I tBIUq nl 1 please Our success depends lipoii it and therea sonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety poJr i partmen is n newest turTDe mou1usT1LL1 13- dE I j J JO S JOPLIN 73one I 4T lJn kfuga Specialty I i RICIM NDfYI G W Evans Jr ZubIM4r SAILS A RAGING SEA Novel LifeSaving Globe Is Subject ed to Most Severe Test SnccriifuIIr Uldea the IVaves Oft Dover While They Are Running Too High for Ordinary LifeboatS 7 thellIesvIngshipwrecks by Capt Donvig a Norwegian says a New York Herald dis ofthIvseasWhile ex runningincouldlive the globe was towed by a tug from Dover harbor into the chan aeh shouldbecondition Clait would be if used In- case of hipwreck it was weighted with sandbags which with four men who were in the globe made the weight equivalent to that of 20 men and 30 days provisions wasfirstand the South Foreland JrealrSeveralthe trough and her decks were completely swept so that it was necessary to batten down oil the hatch ways But the globe rode over the waves like a cork Finally it was towed into quiet water where Capt Donvig accompanied by three Dover seamen went aboard They fastened the manhole and the globe was again towed to sea When the full force of the windand seas was experienced Copt Donvig signaled through the manhole to cast off the tow rope The globe left to itself bobbed about in the heavy seas but showed no inclination to roll over After tossing about for ten or fifteen minutes Capt Donvig and one of the sailors emerged from the man hole and lashing themselves to the outside of the globe set a small sail which they pulled through the man hole with them The air funnel was used as a mast and the queer craft was navigated back to harbor a dis tance of several miles SCHOOL ON A SHIP Nnntlcnl Preparatory School to Fit iio3a for MIIItarrcndensrof Annapall According to a man identified with the plan the projectors of a nauti cal preparatory school met at the As tor house and it was decided to be gin work on a ship that will take several hundred boys around the world on cruises while they are be ing prepared for college or for the United States military academy or for Annapolis The name of the boat will be Young America William E Winant who is in the bureau of naval construction at Washington will supervise the construction It is to be a sailing vessel of 2600 tons capable of car rying about cadets or students instructors and attendants Mr Winant said that the plan of the nautical school which is to be a school on a ship but not a school ship was originated by Lieutenant Commander C H Harlow U S N now executive officer of the Raleigh and that his plans were highly com mended and amplified by President Roosevelt and Gen Leonard Wood several years ago The course of studywill last four years and in each of the years a long cruise will be made RELIGION BASIS FOR DIVORCE tAn ImporlantjDeclilon on the Matter Slnde by the Courts In I Auitrln it AriltnpoHant decision was rendered the other lay by the provincial civil court at Vienna which showsthe urgent necessity to American aDd En women who may be contemplating marriage with an Austrian sub ject of first obtaining competent legal advice in the matter In the present instance an Austrian named Clemens Koliscber was married In London in 1898 to an English woman a singer by a civil ceremony Kolischer de- Ecribed himself as having no religious f iihand the bride gave herself as belonging to the Protestant church recently applied to the VI- enna courts for a legal separation and the tribunal in its decision held that the marriage was invalid on account of the differences of religion between the contracting parties in spite of the contention submitted by the womans counsel that such marriages are perfectly legal in England France and Germany i J Flrit to AVnlt The controversy between European papers as to the origin of the waltz was settled by the discovery that the waltz was first danced at the French court on November 1178 when it was announced as the composition of a French courtier who called it volta Solving n rlctnre Puzzle With the aid of copious notes says the Chicago Tribune it is compara tively easy to understand an instantaneous picture of a football scrimmage Fainting Girls Sixteen girls fainted in a Utica knit ting mill the other day when one of them pricked her finger says the Chi cago HccordIIerald The efernal feminine hasnt been eliminated yet J Ogden Armour of Chi cago whose daughter was cured of congenital hip di sease by Prof Adolph Lorenz the famous Austrian surgeon has set on foot plans f ran Institution of Bloodless Surg ery which it is said h3 will endow with 3000000 for the treatment of similar cases The proposed institution will be open free of charge to the public Dr Frederich Muel lep the assistant of Prof Korenz will t be placeif in clwrget If ou feel ill and need a pill Why not the best DeWitts Early RIseRs Are little Burprieers Take onethey do the rest W A Howell Houston Tex wrifesI Inlliyacne etc TKtherrjiIa for the health of my fwnlly 1m Cj THE OLZ RELIABLe ROY4IUI I b4Kj6 POWDER Abscilutely Pure THERE IS JVO SUBSTITUTE AFTofiE MANY YEARS Cannon Ball Fired in War of 1812 Hits Man in Year 1902 Interesting Historic Hello Ii Un earlhed Near nladeoibart and inside a Message Saying That the British Are Coming An old rusty cannon ball fired from a British field piece at the attack on Bladensburg Maryland by the Eng lish force under Gen Ross and Lieut Wainwright during the war of 1812 hit a laborer working a short distance outside of that town the other da3 and broke his leg The ball when exam ined was found to inclose a roll of parchment addressed to the com mandingofficer of the American lorce defending Washington and contain ing a detailed account of the plans of Admiral Cockburn the commander in chief of the British naval force then in the Potomac and of which the land expedition was part for his inarch on Washington and the destruction of the national capital The communicstion was signed Timson Howard mate of the American merchantman General Stone and a victim of the British press gangJohn Key the man injured bj the cannot ball was one of a gang of col ored laborers engaged in cutting a road near Bladenburg He was work ing at the bottom of a step 50foot slant when the pick of a laborer nrthe top of the elevation dislodged from the earth where it had lain for nearly a century the big rusty relic It rolled down the bill and struck Key with considerable force breaking his leg near the ankle After the man had been cared for Vashingtontheforeman ball to a nearby creek and removed some of the earth and rust He noticed that tile ball was hollow and not know ing that explosive shells were nut in ityimpelledthe relic with a knife to see a he explained later how the powder in the shell had withstood the raviges of 90 years After the foreman had cut away the dirt from the twoinch hole in tin big piece of iron his knife brought out a roll of parchment yellow and dis colored with age but which when un rolled proved to be the communication portlonofenough could be read to make a fairly connected wholeSThe communication signed by Ho wardwho from the character and phraseology of the document was a man of some education explains that he had been impressed into the British service shortly before the beginning beencoropclledto acting as orderly to Admiral Cock burn he had learned that the British commander In chief intended to tack nnd burn Washington and lay waste the surrounding country A portion of the writing says With the aid of God let nllpatrIots rally to jWashington and marauders who are coming informernaval supremacypress gang ou- trageslost before explainsthatwarnings and knowing thatthe Amen cans made a practice of using over again the cnnnon balls fired at them by the British had slipped the papers into shells carried by the land force which forlornmight be discovered NEW NAVY COALING RECORD PJnylnu of Band on Crnticr hew York Help Sailors to Put IB 8tiO Ton In Six Hoar The cruiser New York broke the nay record for coaling at Uonclulu the other day putting In 850 tots of coal in six hours This remarkable speed was due to the fact that the duringtherushing the coal nboardtThe was suggested to Capt Mackenzie by the bandmasters application for 48 hours leave of absence from the ship to get away from the dust and dirt of coaling Instead the captaic ordered the band to play for tight budgeduringtial airs Two viral gangs of jackies were coaling one getting coal from a lighter alongside and the other rom the wharf The jackies trurdled wheelbarrows of coal at a lively trot Canada Peril A Chicago syndicate It Is sajj is making arrangements to settle J2500 American famllles In Canada AthJg rate says the Chicago Inter Ocean the settlement of Canada and every- Thing in Canada on lines perfectly sat isfactory to the people of this side of the border cannot be long delayed Chance for the Inventor dldntpationtrue says the Chicago Tribune and they inay lead up presently to thannouncement of a newly invented rock preservativeS t Danger Ahead Another airship subject to pejjfect control has been Invented In says the Chicago Inter Ocean fhua far the Paiis newspapers speak oij the txcator ia tte prcK t teage 1 J MAN CHASED BY WILDCATS Pennsylvania Farmer Life Ia Saved by the Prompt Aetloa of Hit II rave Dug hinlagneasConfluence last week from being killed by wild cats These animals have always been found in the mountain woods in that region but for a great number of years they hove not been BO numerous as they are this fall Mason went early in the evening to the house of a friend about three miles from his home and returned through the woods late at night For oropaniedbyA band of wildcats followed him and threatened several times to spring1 upon him Whenever one of the ani dogbzdvelyafraid of the dog but they became so numerous and bold that Mason only saved himself by taking refuge at a mountain dwelling half way home and there passed the night lie believes that at least a dozen of the wildcats were after him theyluavefrom the woods A party of hunters is being formed to go into the mountains and spend a couple of days in search of the animals ELEVATOR GIRLS IN BOSTON i Their Prellr CAp Apron and Duck lea Plraie the Shopping Public ut the Slut girlismade her appearance in the fashion able downtown stores luncheon rooms for women dressmaking establishments the Young Womens Christian association and the Wom ens Educational and Industrial union It all cuine about because the ele vator man at the latter place left Looking around for some one to take his place one of the managers sug gested employing a girl and it was done at once The new girl was young and pretty and wore a neat cap apron and shoes with shining buckles The patrons of the Union lunchroom were pleased- A week later a girl appeared in the mirrorlined elevator of the Young Womens Christian association The idea became a fad and more girls were given places Their employ ment is fast becoming popular in other establishments VIOLINS IN CONTEST Slrnillvnrlu Worth 3OOO ilai Small Margin nf Vote Over That of Cbrap Initrnmeat Dr Henry Watson a wellknown authority on music and himself a cultured musician while lecturing recently at Manchester England on the violin incidentally bad a short piece played on two violins one a Stradivarius worth 3000 and the other one of a lot worth half a crown apiece used in n variety turn on the stage to break a comedians head Then he asked the audience which instrument they regarded as the better of the two It was only by a very narrow margin that the au tHence which was composed largely of regular attendants at the performances of Lady Halle Mme Nor man Neruda and subscription con certs decided IB favor of the genu ine Strad Thereupon Dr Watson said I doubt whether you would have chosen the right one if the piece bad been played in another room without giving you an opportunity of seeing the instruments TO GIVE BRAIN TO SCIENCE Prof GoIdiTln Smith Say Offer Made to Cornell Professor In Jeit Will Be Carried Out In Earned Prof Ooldwin Smith who has willed his brain to Cornell university at Ith flea N Y speaking oT the gift said I have hUherti looked upon this thing as n joke bin now I see it has been taken seriously I shall certainly keep my promise made to Prof Wilder of Cornell A short time ago I met this gentleman who is the professor of physiology and we got to talking on the subject of the brain He informed me he had made a specialty of brains and was collecting them for his mu seum In a joking way I told him he could hSve mlne when I was finished with it The whole thing was done in a joking way but now that the matter has been taken seriously I will cer tainly make arrengement that my promise shall be carried out I am now in my SOth year and the legacy may fall soon CALIFORNIA FRUIT rGET In EnsElaa4 Are Enable to tvllh the Fruit Raisers la America deUnninatloIfruit in the English market ia com manding much attention The shops at London ore full of excellent fresil figs plums and grapes at low prices and during October California successfully flooded this market With thou sands of tons of choice black plums while the farmers rof Kent left Uieir plums to rot OB the trees end ground alleging that it was not worthwhile to plncH 1h mIbe success of the Californiaa is attributed to their unique skill in packing whereby Ute fruit travels here Intact The Oar deners Magazitsa sy California shipments of plums in Octoberaggrt gated 5000 toss over ti1e trcrlow r it I ord THUMPED COUGAR With a Bottle Until Wild Beast was Glad to Escape Four children of Mr Rod enber whose home is at Big Skookum go toapublicschoel house a long way off One Wednesday during the last of June these children on the road homeward were strag gling along at some distance from one another when a cou ger sprang out of an ambush and seized the little boy who brought up the rear He was the youngest of the party only 6 years old The couger seized the lad by the head and sat upon him snarling at the other boy of the party an eight rearold youngster who came running with It aim main to save his brutherI The brave boy had in his right hand a milk bottle oi heavy glass He took hold of one of tile coujrers ears and with the bottle began to beat the snarling beast over the head At the third or fourth blow the bottle broke and a hundred fragments of glass were scattered about It is possible that some of the fragments entered the cou gers blazing eyes for as scon as the bottle broke it let go its hold and ran off plunging into the bushes from which it did not again emerge Mean while the unhurt children took the wounded boy into a neighboring farmhouse Tin wounds were all flesh wounds and when they had been dressed the little fellow grew quite animated in his account of the adventure whichwas soon the talk of the neighbor hood Exchange Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it toines 10 Witrh Haz l SVve E C Lie Will Co of Uliifivui di covered Mint pr Mln li m to tuika Jalve fnm pliesForiiuiini piles tzolIIaclll luiini Crimes unl nil skin dip DeWitt giveiisok for leVitia iliummime ji Pears Like Cows is Gone Up The verdict of a jury in ourt of justice is often source of surprise and comment from outsiders who cm not see the consistency of things In our Circuit Uourl last week there came up two damage suits against the I N railroad In the first case the widow of a colored man who was killed by a train a few months ago sued the company for 20000 damages for the loss of her husband The other case was that of a farmer seeking to recover from the railroad company damages for the loss of a cow recently run over by one of the companys trains In the first case tIle jury gave a verdict of 1000 to the widow to compensate her for the loss of her lord and master while in the other case the farmer was allowed 195 for his cow A hoary headed old colored brother remarked on being told 6f the result of the two trials NiggersI reckon is wuth bout what dey was be fo de war hut pears like cows is gone upSpring field Ems Leader KoHol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all elapses of food tnnis and irpiiKthnnR the stomach and digestive irirans CurtR l511sis inditr slion ito nirli iruuiilM sit m nkes riih red looil licHlib Hud trvnutli Kwol re iiihls xvoinout tissue piirifitwsiienetb ns and sweetens the iitomacli Goy J W AtkiiiMm of V Vw mys I have uspil n niimlierof Imttlesof Kodol nnd have found It tnjs a very effec tWo and tnt d a powerful rem dy for iniiincli nihnento I ncOniiflitt it toil friends lin Boycotting a Church Grace church in thicityv- hieh is attendedby a large number of the wejflthiest reF idents isunder a bojcott declared bythiccal Trades Assembly and Builders Ex change As the result of nonunion mart being employed to lay a sidewalk in front of the church a short time ago it was declared unfair and several Jrtpili7shaeconsequencezt llhe1 Builders Exchange 1 iiompUsea 6T A11 the builders in thii city took the same action and it has beenjkrand Impossible tose cure thmlingof neceary repairs tpfthe church Os wego Tolegium to the Buffalo Courier DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE 1ee CartXa fe VJDorks aou 1otso FtO Busy Bee Cash Store in THE RUSHCAT THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE y Has been enormous for the last twenty or thirty days and the new gjG Fall Stuff has been going out in enormous quantities but the ener nILgetic buyers for the Great Bargain Mart are ALWAYS IN THE MARKET r And the nes styles i- nMonte Carlo Jackets boughtandpatternstheold stuff costs you elsewhere BeeCarpetsalwaysgetThanking you for past patron age and extending to you a cordial invitation to visit us we are very res- pectfullywbOLDHAM co Busy Bee Cash Store GEESE WANIED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life ire being jilttd by a girl rml a do e of Iliniue Q tTH- ELexingtonfa fveis THE ONLYIS DAILY Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE tBlue Grass Regions It Is especially devoted to the Interest of the tremocrxt Ic party and Irei aU the news rcr- Sobcrfpifca Price 500 a Yearn Cents a Week by Carrier A at ++ ill A W P WALTON J laRtJEDITOR AND c Lexington Kentucky rr MRS L S ADAMS Of Galveston Texas blmlngtoKvea years with wcsintK and bur Ingdown and having tried craldodors and different remedies with no ncccu your Wine of Cardul wu the only thing which helped me and eventually cured me It to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womboVarian a or any of these ailments that women have yourse1flltbomewiththisgreat ofC Wine of Cardni has cured thousands of cases which doctors have flilcdtobenc1it Why not be to well today All druggists have 100bottles For any liver rbowel disor BlackDraughtahould TorftdTteiB ftud Ut iiitttie ddre airtTiBg trm ems The ljulirt AdiHorr Deiart PCiaWINEoFCARDUI pr tI And I us or L1ft 250 pm From niud I lIUt 3J5pm xt 8i am O Gen Mgr Yi kond 1 I MAKE A SPECIALTY ol NERVOUS DISEASES I have been especially successful in the trealmctu of Hcrvoua Women sail Children 1 I not cure Nervous troubles but I can 15 4 to 30 pounds of freight on a thin delicate tvnVnan or i man In 30 to 90 days I can develop the lungs ami enlarge the chest 3 to 6 inches in to 90 days I cute J Spinal and Nervous diseases ct children lckach tUeadaches Chronic and Chrunic tarrh disa ppear forever under this specific t rra CalIn addition to my own especial reatmrat I m oteoptbyElectriciiySuperbeated top etc etc 3 This treatment Is clrcn only in ray Office and San tItarium nest of accommodations for outoMonn Ia 9 write for further information a DeHAVEN Physician Surgeon Osteopath i Office 819 Fourth Ave Ky jj 4 TITLJRMA On Sausage Row WI Buys wor SKINSI For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening OL SFcfl Suitings Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overco ting ever opaned in Central Kentucky from which we make ito order and guarantee a fit either Suittrousers or Overcoat Give a call before you buy out of the city We guarantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below foreingn work Stouffer Mauler- SP S WehaAe added a cleaning and pressing department and can serve you on short notice 1s2 loralls I Klulie Eailroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAILS LEVE RICHMOND versall1elrawn bUrg 8herIOS pmandForlnrlae uz4aJ- nForM1flerCreekL TRAINS ARRIVE lUOHt OHD Louisville Lexlngto Ilti51iim ClactonStt Promllaerom7oWlerCree V BROWNING 31yRAWootemsdA Dr flJeHA VlEI1lI Constipation tieDtaDFR Louisville MYNAME1S +CALL AT4 tJONES MERSIION SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can bofoun l iii the city arJ dispensed f i byujptoclatcf and 4qcommo da ing cIa r- s0Ie Sarte Wake K a Tap Phone 3 Second S 0 Th 1 4I PrintShDWStJ1to h I he Richmond Climax =J CHENAOLT Freiddent D MILLER m Manager fOnT S CROWE ISaitor WEDNESDAY DEC 10 1002 rUnLIil1i EVERY WEDNR3DAT BT 2fh8 Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER OI Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE THE Fayette county organ ization of the Kentucky Ex hibit Association has gone to work determined to raise 10 000 for the contribution from that county toward the work of the Association Secretary Jouett Shouse of Fayette county writes We are starting out to raise 10000 from Lexington and Fayette county Had the appropriation been made by the Legislature Fayette coun tys assessment would have been something over 6000 We want to do better by the Kentucky exhibit than the Legislature would have done had it made the full donation The reports from other counties show what interest is being manifested in the work of the Association If Madison courty wants to be represented at the great Fair its time some move was being nude in that direction THE executive committee of the National Association of automobile manufactures have called a convention to meet in February to take action toward the presentation of a bill in Congress providing for an appropriation of 20000 000 for a national highway They will probably get all they ask for It was seventy two years ago that Andrew Jackson vetoed a bill which called for a few hundred thousand to assist in building the QZauesville Nashville arnpike which was to be the great highway of travel be tween Ohio Kentucky and Tennessee There were no railroads then and such a road was a necessity but as there were but few millionares and no automobiles it was an impossibility NEWS comes from Nicho lasville to the effect that the Republicans of this judicial district will nominate candi dates for the offices of Circuit Judgeand Commonwealths Attorney to oppose Judge J M Benton and Hon B A Ciutcher It is not known who the candidates will be ex cept that they are to be ReJpublicans As the Democrats have about a thousand to the good in the district our candidates will not lose much sleep on account of the oppo sition CFBrnerCo LEXINGTON KY 4 Now is the Time toSelect a Christmas Present Of course well have plenty of Beautiful and uptyou will find us readr with u large and varied j f stock o- fHoliday Goods We have many special styles Exclusive Designs and choice Patterns to be selected from by early shopping which you will not be able to obtain later and at prices that will interest you Goods Laid Away For Xmas Delivery CiFBrawerfo stAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON kY- r IJ d THERE is a class of persons to be found in every commun ity who in their wisdom or their ignorance are continu ally rubbing it in on their less fortunate kinfolks that life in a country town is a dismal drudgery We have all met these insufferable bores so that it is not necessary to Waste any words in d scribing them However to show how far their views differ from those of the resident of a metropolis we take the lib erty of quoting from a recent number of the Outlook The Spectator occasionally feels that there are many ad vantagesmissed by living in a large city as far as keeping up with the progress of civilization is concerned When he views the new York horsecar jingling along in its antedilu vian way and remembers the country trolleys this feeling cannot be suppressed and when he visits a small town and finds a telephone in almost every house he enters and electric lights rather more common than blackberries it becomes intensified In a large city there are telephones without number of course but the average householder never dreams of having one and even those who indulge in a telephone of their own have a limit of calls per year whichmakes them think twice before using the instrument once The Spectator has re cently been staying in a small town in a household where the telephone is used without stint and prized to the full and he feels that city people miss a great deal in this re spect The Spectators hostess after breakfast sinking into the depths of a most comfort able chair placed before the telephone desk ordered her groceries and house supplies at ease and then issued invi tations for an afternoon tea and held a veritable sympo sium with various friends as to club lectures and the ser vant question As the wire was not on a varied circuit but belonged entirely to this household the proceedings in commoded no other possessor of a telephone and could be kept up indefinitely The instrument gave all the advantages of a sewing circle a postoffice and a shopping trip and it was considerably less than halt the price an nually of a city telephone limited to five hundred calls a year It must be acknowl edged that they do these things better in the progressive provinces than in the arrogant but backward metropolis IT has been discovered by the agricultural department that a pure Havana leaf grown in the United States and having exactly the same characteristics of aroma and other superior qualities pos sessed by Cuban tobacco can be grown in a certain area of Texas For a long time the department has been search ing for a soil area with the requisite conditions of climate in the United States that will grow a tobacco like that which distinguishes the Cuban pro duct in the choicest and most expensive Havana cigars THE Kentucky war claim of 131934471 has been certified by the Secretary of the Treasury but will not be sent to Congress until several similar claims of other States are complete They will be ready for transmission in a few days however andwIll be put in the urgent deficien cy bill which will probably be passed by both houses at an early date THE Goebel Monument Commission helda lengthy session Thursday but decid ed not to select a design for the monument yet The commission adjourned until April 7 1903 at which time the sculptors and architects must submit designs in plaster for consi erationITHOMAS B REED former speaker of the House of Rep seutatives and a man very prominent in public life died in Washington City Sunday morning after a short illness Stops tho thecordLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets euro a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cent- sGEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky dOOltoitf Richmond Ky i Solid SilT Ware Solid silver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf L E Lane for Rent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good eta ble and garden Apply to dec3 tf George D Simmons Strayed or Stolen From my place about three weeks ago a pale red dehorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will he paid for return of same to undersigned tf Ben HordI Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others e For Rent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McGord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKSON ROBERTS At The New Opera House MondayA Lions Heart TuesdayThe Crucifix Wednesday Held by the Enemy Thursday The Three Musketeers FridayCamille Saturday Across the Desert Special Wednesday and Saturday matinee Ii C Wiggins Bro announce to the theatregoing people of Richinonl one of the largest companies of tho season at their New Opera House Sat urday December 13th James Boys in Missouri They carry a carloadof scenery Their railroad scene is one of the greatest ever presented on any stage They go from here to Cincinnati where they open a weeks engagement at the Walnut Among the latest and most novel scenic melodramic offerings of tho current season is the one called The James Boys in Missouri which is be- Ing toured with a powerful cast head ed by Georgo Klimt and Alma Hearn and meeting with well deserved success At New Opera House Saturday night December 13 Prices 25 35 and 50 cents TO CTTSE A COLD IN ONE PAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Fr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurinan Grocery Co tf Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remembrances from our stock we cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L E Lane At The Grand Opera House Friday night December 12th Miss Katherine Eggleston will appear at the Grand Opera House in her splendid reading Subject will be When Knighthood Was in Flower This is the first of the course of entertain ments arranged by Messrs Elmer Oeatherage and Clarence E Woods Miss Epglcston comes highly recom mended and we would urge our people to welcome her with afull house REBECCAS TRIUMPH A drama in three acts given by tho students of Madison Institute at the Grand Opera House Satur day night December 13- CHARACTERS Rebecca a foundling Jennie Goodloe Rrs Rokeman a wealthy lady eoMyra Walker Mrs Delaine a widow Stella Walker Clarissa Codman a spinster Julia Elliott Kuty Conner an Irish girl- Florence Redgrave OxleyGypEarl McGarvey COOKING CLUB Dora GaitiesKate Bush Jennie Woodm Elizabeth Scott Mollie DunbarFan Bullew Grace Greenwood Fauuie Jones Emma Stevens Lottie Atchisoa Maria GraySallia Williams Alice Leeds Sallio Jones StephensonSadie USHERS Wilma Hurst Evelyn White Lena Williams Adaliue Williams Admission 25 cents Reserved seats 35 cents Tickets one sale at Wines drug storeIThe AU C 0111 A kidney education starts with Backache means kidney ache lame back means lamA kidneys weak back back means weak kidneys cure means thetiesat R L Middeltons Drug Store Dec 24th dec 102t Public Sale Having sold my farm I willon Thursday Dec 18 19J2 sell to the high est bidder the folowing described property viz One horse 1 cow 13G head of hogs consisting of brood sows shoals and pigs 150 barrels corn 100 shocks fod der lot of hay in barn 1 set black smith tools a lot of carpenters tools 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 Jas A Moores and Jlomer Arvine Terms Mado known day of sale C H Maupin 2t Station Camp Ky Itching Piles terriblereliefOintmentItMiddeltons Drug Store Dec 24 2t 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least one dreaded disease that science har been able to euro in all its stages and CureIsbeingconstitutional treatment Halls Ca aetinJdlrecUy destroyinggiving the patient by building up the constitution and na proprietors hundreddollarsSend for list of testimonials oWoOhfSold bv all 75c Jails Family Pillute the bwt ft n J For Tbe Public Good In another part of this paper appears an advertisement worthy the reading as its for the public good It tells of a yPHIsDrugStoreMeat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound i TEX CKNT STORE Next door to Government Bldg striycL From Jas Whites farm about a month ago a light roan steer weight about 850 lbs Liberal reward forte turn of same to undersigned R G Engle 2t Richmond Ky Hchiness ol the Skin and Eczema The only remedy In the world that will at once stop Itchiness of the Skin on any part of the body that is abso lutely safe and never falling is Doans Ointment Free samples at 0 L Mid deltons Drug Store Dec 24- thMATRIMONIAL PABKPBATIIEII This evening at six oclock at the home of the brides lath er Itev JV Prather Mr Oscar Park and Miss Fannie Prather will be unit ed in mrrriage the ceremony to be said by Rev Prather This is the hap py ending of a courtship which has been going on for some time and which has been eagerly watched by the friends of these young people The groom Is the popular young clerk at Crutchers shoe store and is upright and moral His bride a petite brunette is quite a favorite with all who know her The happy young couple will return to this city and will be at home to their friends at Mrs Erbet Floras on Second street where they have fitted up a most cosy room Tbe CLIMAX joins in congratu lations to Mr and Mrs Park and wishes them unbounded happiness all along lifes way St Louis Gettin jNever The Baltimore abd Ohio Southwestern has again reduced the running time 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 hi improv ments Three trains leave Cincinnati daily 900am 900pm and 265am carrying elegant day coaches with high back seats luxurious pullman drawing room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on ala 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 NorthwestInformation regarding rates sleep ing and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O P McOABTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio rREE FREE To Kidney Sufferers An Opportunity Worthy of Your Notice II you sufferer with kidney disease- or any ailment arising from an improper action of tIme kidneys or urina ry organs this offer we make to the people of Richmond should interest you In the adyancement of medical science the kidneys the organs of the greatest importance to human health have not been neglected and in plac ing before you such a cure as Doans Kidney Pills the proprietors recognize bow far so many statements of the makers of similar preparations have fallen short of their claims being con vinced that no remedy for kidney complaints in existence equals Doatis Kid ney Pills for such ailments strengthened in these conviction by letters that are daily received of the work they are doing for mankinds benefit old backs and young backs are being constantly freed from neverceasing aches and many a lame and shattered one stoop ed and contracted is strengthened in vigorated and infused with new life With such a medicine an offer of this kind can be mado without hesitancy for while we lose the box we give to you we make a friend that assists us In the sale of many others Full Boxes of Doans Kidney Pills will ho given away Tree to every person suffering with kidney ailments at the undersigned address First come first served and only this one chance offered To those In the coutitry who cannot call in time a box will be mailed upon receipt of 4c to pay postage Remem ber this is not a sample box but a regular size box of Doans Kidney Pills which retails aL50 cents Remember Free Distribution One Day Only Wednesday Dec 24th from 9 am to 7pm at B L Mid deltons Drug Store 2t Richmond Ky A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much the one who receives it Any article selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Weddinsr Presents cannot fail to delight both river and recipient YEAGER has on display a beauU ltd collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS IIMCS JEWELRY GOT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight tho e- yeFIJYEAGER SECOND STREET 4ct iik i i Notice o Creditors Notice It hereby given to all person to presenttheircialmasigned on or before January 1903 or same will be barred Persons owing iiy husband are requested to come forward zaC settle itrsJAS W SMITH Harvey ChenauUJr Welt BIchmonSKy Bring in your oa suit and trousers bythetJrouFFEi fc MAHLEn Tailors C M Wiseiiian Son Leading Jewelers of Loniiyille have just gotten out a New Catalogue embracing every thing in the Jewelry line If you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reasonable prices write for a catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky rov52mo Coal and Feed andFeedAspen Avenue and are prepared to andMatli3onin any quantity f sited at lowest prices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Ccats Prompt service full weight Give us a call BeattyviHe Coal Co Jgrfelphone Dmmis ion rs 1o W F Broaddns admr kc PlUs against W F BrbadduiDiviiees Dfls NOTICE 01 SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judnent and Order of Sale theDecemberstyle cause tbe nndenilgned will on Saturday Dec 27 T02 About the hour of 11 oclock a m on the premises In Madison county Ky proceed to bestbidderA Tract of Land buryinggrouand definitely bounded in the judgment to be oftheand bounded by the Kentucky river the lauds Of James Peyton John Chamber TEftM5ThoajdaIeiil be made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser will be required t give bond with purchasemoneyment bear legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT ofatQuickTime Southwest tl Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R R and the C 0 GRR On the first and third Tuesdays of De ember January February March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be told to points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas and New Mexico Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly re ducedrates These tickets are good in reclining chair car scats free on solid vestibule trains If you are going West Southwest Northwest take advantage of these low rates For rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or address GB BACONf D P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A 38 East Fourth St Cincinnati 0 Public Sale As executor of the estate of my father Geo M Will ging I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder on Zatay2Jthe entire stock consisting of Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Mirrors Mouldings Frames Paints1Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Etc The stock can be examined by prospective buyers by ap plying to the undersigned and will until date of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buyers Terms made known on day of sale P L Willging Execu- torMidWinter Holiday Rates On Account of th- eChristmas and New Year Holidays BO SW Will sell excursion tickets from and to all points on its line and onnectinsjnlscember 24 25 and 31 1002 and January 1st 1903 at rate of One And OneThird Fare For The Round Trip Tickets will be good returning to and including January 2d 1003 For full particulars consult any Agent or address O P McCARTY General Passenger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio TOUR OF ALL MexicoVIA Tuesday January 27 Under special escort Pullman Vestibuled Trains Drawing room Compartments Parlor Library Music room Dining Car and the famous Open top Observation Car Chillilitli Leisurely itinerary with long stops including Three Circle Tours in the Tropics and the Ruined Cities in the South ot Mexico Tickets include all Expenses Everywhere O P McCARTY General Passenger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio J L Watson18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Special Sale of Black Dress Goods This Week Granite Cloths 55 inches wide for l regular rico 150 Canvas weaves forU2GSilkyZiberlinesspecially low prices Colored Dress Goods Newest Weaves Newest Colorings Newest FabricsNewest Ideas ScotchHomeCrepesYolleRmuch in demand Evening Shades iu liberty Satin all silk worth 125 this sale at 75o New Cloaks and Wraps THE NEWEST THINGS IN COATS SUITS SKIRTS AND WRAPS Weshow many new styles exclusive with us Our Tailormade Suits are18 and up Newcreaticns In Blouse anti Norfolk Shapes Separate Skirtsperfect in fit 5 to 12 The real clever things in COATS and WRAPS thisweek every new idea thilt has been produced we can give you The Fur Sale is Important The value is extreme Thin quality of the skins is superior Tho work dependablegoods J L WATSON BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Maker of Fine Furs You are cordially invited to visit my new Fi PtllIrll1f9 contemplatebnyinporordyou asBiy bufcik of Fur Garments Soaife Boas Muff8Etcisfiomplete a dilces much lowerthanelsewhere State Old Fur Garments oaclgarmentmade Suits anjl Skirts are of the highest grade and quality Style thVerys BERNHARD LENTHALOldest ind Only Practical Furrier ir Central Kentucky 1iiIord rs receive pcompt attentfe 357WMitrt Lain1 Jm G lKy i c riif Ali Lc The substantial increase of business in Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No matter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business Wi1king SkirtsMade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed with pipings of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 Ladies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool skirting full flounce bottom finished with 4 ross of stitching top of flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of same at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom of flounce separate dust ruffles each 225 Fancy Waistings in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 50 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown groan white etc89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations 99c Moire Velours 21 in wlde in alt the latest ofthe season 9Sc Fancy Flannelettes all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8J It and 15c a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Hags 25 and 49c ChildrensPtirses with hain6c Call in and see our goods and be OWEN McKEE GREAT OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY Owing to the continued warm weather we are badly OVERSTOCKED IN colorings prettiestline Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and RegardJessofCostCome LOIUS GUS STRAU LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY r r Most beautiful uj rcrffrLine of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in RidIimbndcali liow be found at my store i t I T if The Best theUnitedthe result that todaynoc t Dry Goods House t in Central Ky can out classour vast mylineJ Me Millinery Department f i cis in every particular firstclass and- S you can see the beauuifalyiesby calling at my store Give me a call before going elsewhere LEE SMITHAIt 1 ft J rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE IU nice rew stock of rch oocic- lose s prices ents for Boquet Flour ie Richmond Climax SESDAY DEC 10 1902 Rooms for rent apply Mrs Sallie Ward sep KM E C Wines Xmas display ia kerdecl0SLThere is some talk of n dally paper Paris Buy yoj girl ft shower stick tf LELaue Kanawha Salt at L Rj Antons oct l3m The different churchts are busyj pirinpfii ChriBtmasentertainmcnts various k nds One backet of coal will last twenty irbonrs in one of D 11 Shackelfords Coas airtight etofes SlieriffJohn F Wagers was con ed to hl room tiff of last week with attack rheumatism Call uT Letcher Witt for Red h Jclio Alnite and Kentucky sfeelc Phone 142 declOSn- Corlm las recently suffered a big Tie I Jtel and restaurant be Ifiotherbuildings went up in smoke Let us mike that old suit look like by new process ST i ITEB MAIHEH Tailors Dont fai to hear Miss Katherine lest l Ji her rendition of When ijghth J Was in Flower at the and FriJay night 1500CX iiard brick for sale at 8 per usand by D C Wiggins Bro In ireatXcw Opera House or grocery Irvine sreet oct29tf The athletic association of Ken ky rnrrrtity at Lexington will be rganizd with an entire new set of les anJJlaws Van Dyke Eaton Co playing at lingtrn tbi wcek will be the attrac at the New Opera House all next ekeeur handsome line of samples d piece rM ids before you buy your enit r vercoat Prices right tf en MAHLER Tailors Read wagers ad in todays CLIMAX d then i ay ft visit to his jewelry em rism at your Xmas shopping will ccmea itlight rather than a burden No t nino lleattyville oaf has a sold in Richmond for several ars but L K Blanton can now fill order fr this celebrated coal Miss Sae Scrivner who has been ching the district school at Speed wul rISe her five months term Friday with appropriate exercises Bring in your jewelry taste We satisfy it tf L E Lane Tuo weeks from tomorrow will be ristffiits Day People are already ginning to realize the time of year- lave as the saying goes Christ in th ir bones Tifddeains have occurred in the nfederato Home at Pewee Valley ie first was John Miller and on last ursday U F Peacock from Stand passed away He entered the mi on SOy 1- 8Inpreofte bad niRnt on last iilv r vein a good crowd went out see tLe S city Minstrel at the Orand rs HIJ under whose management- mmatrcl was gotten up appeared a Men 11 rue and proved her self an ceent entertainer rThe entertainment to be given at e Gran Opera House next Saturday Slit bv the students of Madison In tate trill be one of unusual merit iiocV f thJ cnlcrlnininent to m ii purchase a new piano the fOrm Every one whofeels Interest ill ths excellent Institution al ifio wish to enjoy on excellent raD1l1t a very small expense should y to tee that the house is filled Ad JSBian only twentyOva cents Ke ryeIseats thirty five cents L R Blanton is sole eat for Wilton Jellico coal 13mo 1t 9Ii prhxbears IfLE Lane EOy Wiggings Bros give Van Dyke nextweelt stoveatany uaranteedloriveep your money at nome wnen you want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER M AitLEit Tailors Van Dyke Eatons big dramatic theNew25 and 35 cents buyingthe andKentuckydeclO2rn Found owereanand paying for notice Strayed 60Wwitlweight about 250 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned W G POWELL railed to Acne William Lnflbon the Valley View wifemurdernr was tried in the circuit taagreefourof insanity and eight for conviction Another nut John Covington colored brought in a beet tlie other day that takes the prize over anything exhibited In that class this year It weighed twelve pounds and was as bigasa peck meas ure He said he would have brought a larger one but it was to heavy to carry JTo Takea New Position Mr Ed Norris who has been mana ger of the Blue Grass Grocery for the past eight months has resigned his po sition to accept a new one with Kellogg Co Wholesale Grocers We are glad Mr Norris is not to leave Ilich mond and congratulate Mr Kellogg on having secured the services of so efficient a man Aint it a Saams Postmaster Payne has issued an or der which took effect Dec 1 that any lady in the postal service of Uncle Sam must resign if she marries Cu pid Is to keep outside the doors but should he accidentally break in his victim will be forced to retire as no Mrs will be allowed iu the service More U S Prisoners In the December term of the Federal court which met at London last week thirty persons were convicted on dif ferent charges and sentenced to jail Seven were sent to the United States prison in Atlanta and the rest were brought here to serve out their terms in tho Madison county jail toes to Mauford Mr Ezekiel Beasly and family who havo been occupying the Faulconer cottage on Fifth street for some time past have removed to Stanford to reside Mr Beasly is mail agent on the LN between here and Maysville and therecent change in the schedule of time on that road necessitated his move Residence Sold Mrs Bertha Smith has recently purchased the property on High street belonging to Mr Wade Walker and now occupied by Mr T EL Collins and mother The price paid was 3000 Possession will be given the first of the year This is a very desirable piece of property and is located on one of the nicest residence streets in town Combination Sale Auctioneer T D Chenault Is making ing arrangements to bold a combination jack sale at the Madison County Stock Yards In February This kind of a sale hasnever been tried here be fore butanumberof stockmen whose patronage has been solicited are greatly Interested In it It is planned to hold the sale just before the Lexington horse sales Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds and at all prices are a feature Of our stock tf T E Lane For Sale I have placed In my hands for Sale astore house nod dwelling attached located in Estill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irv5net 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 ft B Shackelford Co agents for Moors Air tight stoves Itieatherage Co r t i rl j 1r ff i i 0 4 t = t J E Deatherage Co Tareled William P Young who was sent to Decembertorna bytheAppointed nhnouncedthe InternalRevenueappointment of D R Collier to the Fourilollarsamount allowed for the position nas Announced InteriorJournalhimself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative in the Legislature from Lincoln county Mr Alverson is a Richmond boy and his watchedhismuch interest antI will be glad now to see him succeed In lila political ven tureINo Settlement Yet The settlement of the famous John son estate is still pending in the Gar raid circuit court and has been under consideration this week It involves from 100000 to 150000 in insurance policies held by the heirs of the late William Johnson a former life insurance agent of Paint Lick Johnson took out extensive policies with the companies for which he was agent and then dying very suddenly the compa paymentThenearly three years and experts were sen t ere lo exhume and examine John sons remains raiaons Herd Sold The famous Cassius M Clay herd of Southdown owned by Messrs Smith Powell was sold by the surviving partner Mr W G Powell at the Mad ion Comity Stock yards last Wednes day There was a fair crowd on hand and the bidding was lively The sales were made in pens of five and the average price per head wns 5 the highest price being 8 50 Ewes brought from 075 to 850 and lambs from 5350 to 41wo pens were bought by Mr Samuel Rickets of Fayeite county and two by Col J W Walker of Oar rard The remainder were purchased by Madison county farmers Mr T D Chenault cried the sale To Go to Louisville The Louisville Commercial Club is negotiating with President B C liege man of Hamilton College Lexington In regard to the establishment ofa college for women in the city of Louisville Such an institution is badly needed in that city and the Commercial Club as well us numerous individ uals have for some time been Prof Hagerman to take such urJlngI and flattering inducements offered In view of the fact thatilain thou College is to be absorbed by Kentucky University it is highly prubable that the new college will be establish ed within the year Call at E C Winesdrug store and select your Christmas present now and avoid the rush dec 10 3t Deaierage aid Woods Lecture Cbnnc Messrs Elmer Deatheraga and Clarence E Woods herewith announce to that portion of the public interested in the highest class of public entertain ment that they will inaugurate on Friday Dec 12 at 730 p in a winter course of lectures and entertainments at the Grand Opera House The following renowned platform entertainers have been booked for the dates given at the Grand Opera House Miss Kate Eggleston Friday Dec 12 subject When Knighthood Was in Flower non J A Becker Jan 6 subject Who Pays the Freight Phil Hunter Magic and musical company Feb 3 C I1IIIIton W Brown Feb 24 sub ject The Superfluous Man Ralph Parlette March 17 Single admission 50 cents Season tickets on ly 175 children under 14 25ceits Lowest prices over offered here It is the hope of Messrs Deatherage and Woods tljat by placing the price thus ridiculously low large audiences will greet the entertainers in the new Grand and though there is no money but great risk in the undertaking This manager hope the public willenjoy the winter lecture course and at least see that the promoters lose nothing Drills Start Today The Appalachian Oil and Gas Co of Estill in which a number of Madi son county uieirare interested has start ed to work on their leases in Estill county The machinery was shipped In last week and drilling will begin today in two places on Cow Creek and on White Oak The first well on Cow Creole VIII be located a short distance from those of the Estill County Com pany The latter company has re cently met with great success and now have lour cood producing wells said by many to be the best yet found in the State The second well of the Appalachian Company will be on White Oak about a mile from the burn lug springs Col John It Allen of Lexington is president of the company Judge J H Hazilrigg Secretary and Judge Bullock Desha Breckiuridge M C Alford fonrtlandt Chenanlt J K Worrell H C Jasper and WIt Letch er Jr directors The company was in corporated several weeks ago and is capitalized at 200000 The stock is bring taken up rapidly by men who live made a thorouch investigation of the field and the surroundings Sometime ago an expert gas man from Fein sy tania made a teet of the gas found on the leases and pronounced it the flnestdispluy ever seen in this coon try This part of the field will be developed in the early spring and it is thought that gas will be found in suffi cient quantities to warrant a pipe line to fliexington and the sunoundlng counties VIsittE C Wines drug store and view his handsome stock of Christmas goods dec 10St RELIGIOUS The Baptist Sunday School at Peewee Valley iiM presented the Confederate home with twentylour Bibles printed In rgefyP Rey AV S McElroy lately pastor of the Presbyterian church at Cynthiana has been called to the Presbyterian church at Nfcholasvllle RevU G Turner will preach at Greens Bchoolhouse near Red House Sunday jalternoon at half past two oclock protracted meeting is in progress t theiLEnd Christian church It- bwB conducted by ElderDG embsWest Liberty Everybody is iuyO Attend these Mrvi etv Sttreoftloa Lecture Mr C C Redgrave of Pent syf jania will give a st reoptlcan lecture at the First Christian church next S nday evening No admission will be charged and all are cordially invited to attend ResIgned Rev W IT Ryalls who has been pastor of the Baptist church of this city for nearly three years offered his resignation on last Sunday morning to take effect the fourth Sunday In this month He will take charge of the First Baptist church in Paris Tenn Uya1shnsgenerally and we very much regnrt to see him and his excellent frmily leave still we wish them Godspeed In their new field Qrs Memorial Services An immense crowd turned out Bun day afternoon to attend the Elks Diem orial services at the court house Senator James B McCreary and Hon J A Sullivan delivered addresses In heir usual impressive style and very much pleased their hearers The musical program in connection with the service was especially good the features beinj the solo by Mrs Pace and several composedchigliani and WIthenbnry Ulurubinis Ave Maria by Mrs Pace just before the address of Senator McCreary was II treat rarely enjoyed by a Richmond audience and it at once put all Jn a worshipful mood The TabarJ Inn Library An exchange siationisbeing installed in Richmond and being tinder the finan cial nlanagemcnt of The Booklorers Library guarantees its perpetual main tenance Members can exchange their books at any station in the United States This is a splendid chance for country readers to read all the popular new books This gives the country school teacher a chance at all the lest literature Yon read all you can et Hence you are invited to call at Perry Thomas drug store look Into the de tails and leave your application for membership The club rates hold good till Dec 16 Saturday will bo a good day to leave your application for membership Delay will cause you to to miss the best thing of the age It L KIMBROCGH Representative Stock Sales Messrs Bond and Carpenter of Lawreiicebnrg bought three car louis of cattle here last week They were shipped to Anderson county and will be fattened at the Bond Li Lilltxd plant of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company Mr M J Farris has closed out the remainder of his cattle 208 head to B F Sanders of Harrodsburg T8sale makes a total of 702 head of export cattle sold to Sanders this season lor the sum of 48000Danville Advo cateThe largest cattle deal ever known in this part of the State was made by J W Redford and Jacob Hugnely two of the wealthiest and most prominent farmers in Mercer county to Simon Well of Lexington when more than 200 fine export cattle averaging 1800 each changed hands at 560 per hundred The deal represented about 30000 Harrodsburg News Circuit Court Proceedings The following cases on the circuit court docket hare been disposed of dur lug the past week- Commonwealth against Bright Tudor unlawful cutting 50 and cost Commonwealth against David Pow ers c violating the Sabbath 10 and cost Same against Powers Harris 10 and cost Ed Covington charged with the un lawful sale of liquor was fined 20 anti cost James Stigall carrying concealed weapons 25 and ten days in jail Silas Martin shooting on the public highway ten days in jail Alex Pence unlawful sale of whis key 20 and cost- Commonwea1th against Mike Turner c 20 and cost Peirce Abner forfeiting his bond was fined 40 Sam Wilburn charged with lorgery wits given two years In thepenitentiary Sam Campbell housebreaking two yearsCommonwealth against William Oprg shooting on the public highway 50 and cost The verdict of not guilty was returned in tbe following cases Com monwealth against James Witt breach of the peace Julian Maupin disturb- Ing public worship Leonard skinner carrying concealed weapons Nels Gray shooting on the highway The case of the Commonwealth against William Laffoon charged with murder resulted in a hung jury One cf the Strongest The history of the oil movement in Kentucky since the earliest discover in 1818 to tho present time is one of the most interesting stories of the development of the State Every few years since that time when phI was first found in Wayne county business men have tried to interest capital in developing the field but each time their efforts were balled and until recently nothing lisa been done Now with a pipe line to carry the product to mark t the dreams of the early oil promo tees are being realized One of tbe strongest of the many companies or ganized during the past three years is the Kentucky Oil Refining Company This company was recently organized and incorporated with a capital stock of 500000 Hon T C H Vance of Louisville Is president of the coma ny and the directors are Hon James B McCreary Hon M C Alford Hon Harvey S Irvine Judgp J M Benton Judge John M Leasing Hon Henry Brewington William R Brewer J A Warinuer Esq and John F Smiley The company owns nineteen specially selected leases aggregating over three thousand acres including part of the territory in which were obtained ninny producing wells during the year 1866459 For this reason there is almost absolute certainty of ecurlngT Inevery welt bored on this property About one third of this acreage owned by this company is near the famous burning well that came In on July 22 1902 It was called the burning well from the fact that when oil was struck the gas was ignited from the firo under the boiler destroying the derrick and ma chinery and baffling all efforts to subdue the flames for two weeks The great pipe line is being constructed into this district that all the oil pro produced In this State can be readily sold at highest market price A limited amount of the treasury stock full paid such nonaocoonable is offered fer sale at 10 cents par share in blocks of not loss titan oae hundred rprsentsI T tr 1 Railroad locpanles Inducing Immigration to Arkansas and Texas An unusual effort is being made by the railroad companies with lines run ning into this Stfiithwest to induce a greater immigration to that section than ever before The opportunitiesI offered the farmer truck and fruit grower in portions uf Arkansas and Texas are perhaps not surpassed anywhere in the wide world Along the Cotton Bolt Route in Southwest Arkansas are large tracts of land from which the timber has been cut by saw mill companies which maybe cleared and made into excellent farms This land can be purchased for pasImuch of It will produce an average crop of cotton or will grow immense crops of vegetables of all descriptions So prolific are the yields of potatoes onions cabbage melons tomatoes I ears peaches and in fact nearly every kind of vegetable and fruit that truck growers associations are forming at many points The Cotton Belt is actively assisting these associations by granting special rates and otherwise aiding in securing a ready market for the products It is a fact of much im portance that wherever truck growing has been entered Into the prices of lands have immediately besrun to ad In ceo In order to encourage this and kin dred industries along their lines the Southwestern railroads have put into effect very low round trip Home seekers rates of one way fare plus 2and one way Colonist rates of half the one way fare plus 2 from such points as St Louis Cairo and Memphis to Arkansas If uisiana and Texas on the first and third Tuesdays of each month enabling home seekers to visit the country for tile purpose of looking around or to locate The Cotton Belt Route through its General ssengerDepartment at St Louis has taken a leading part in call- Ing attention to the possibilities of this splendid country and volunteers to as sist any one in securing therein a home such as he desires Hadiron Gosnty Convention ot Young Hens Christian Association Beginning with Friday afternoon the second annual convention of the Young M ens Christian Associations was held in the First Presbyterian church of this city On ing to the unpleasant weather bad traveling and other entertainments in the city the attendance was not as large as was expected but the interest of the few seemed in some degree to make up what was lacking in numbers The discussion of Encouraging Features brought out some good things for the association work in this city One of the citizens said he hind overheard a young man say that He would rather give up any order to which he belongs than the Y M C A Another eaid We cant get along without It In addition he said Every business man should be con cerned about those who are in their employ where they spend their spare time tor you can usually judge a man by the company he keeps Another said I frequent this Association rooms iu the evenings and I see so many of the boys there that I know are not there for the first time and that they have been away from home in the evening before and I asked myself the question where were they before they had an association to go to On Work to be Emphasized the Coming Year it was Impressed that the good beginning made should be followed up along the same lines and that the same work should be broaden out and made to influence more of the young men of the county and the city A delegate from Paint Lick said that time county committee through its Secretary had not only kept life in that association but bad assured its permanency Valley View reported two members joining the churches of their choice since the organization at that point Another young man has been deeply interested in Bible study A weekly Bible class and mens meeting is maintained at that place Educational possibilities In the work were discussed and plans suggested for reaching the boys who are compelled to leave school and go to work so that they may have instruction along the lines that would be most helpful Rev Hugh McLellans address on The Young Man and the Church was one of the best things on the pro gram A short sketch wonld nct give the strength of it MrJL Amsdenof Versailles and Mr CC Stollof Louis ville strengthened the convention very much State Secretary H E Rosevear and County Department Secretary John Lake with their mature experience in the Work added many valuabe suggestionsThe of the convention have been toencournge those interested by tbe reports that were given and to renew and increase their desire that the work progress The beginning is made and now with the assistance of all interest ed in helping of young men to a higher nobler manhood the year before us should show still more encourage ing results The members of the county committee have felt encouraged to continue even more vigorously their efforts to extend and strengthen the work Dont fail to hear Miss Minnie Dykes atShepherdsHall Friday night December 12 PERSONAL Mr T A Robinson was in CIncin- nati last week Dr E P SmIth of Louisville spent jBnnday In the city Mrs Ida Scott of Nicholasville is a nest at Hotel Glyndon Miss Van Greenlcaf has been visiting jlliss Florence Winn in Winchester- Dr Landman the ocultst will be at IJotel Glyndon Wednesday Dec 19 Mr W T Bond of Lawrencoburp iras in this city several days last week Mr Tom Luxon of Lexington was i visitor in our city several days last Veek Mrs V H Hobson and children are at home from a visit to friends In Ver saillesMrs T J Taylor has been visiting tipr mother Mrs Mattie Long in CieorRetown Miss Long of Point Pleasant West Virginia is theattractive guest of Mrs jlibn R Gibson IHon John Lafsinpr of Boone county ps guest of Senator James 15 Mc Greary last week Dr M 0 Heath Is at home from a ex weeks trip through North and South GoorginI Patton have reo where they 8 ent several days last week Mrs Jesse B Harris was in Winchoa t last Waet the ga et of her ont m loin Harris md wife r u- i Printshowtohl Mrs Mary J McClintock and Mrs Anne Witters are the guests of Miss Mary Logan in Louisville Mrs Kennedy has returned to her hmie Covington after a visit to her daughter MrsB Tutt Burnain Mrs Frederick Mmier of Highland Kansas has been the gaest of Mrs J Speed Smith for several days Mrs Chenatilt Willis and little daughter Nancy of Stanford are vis iting Mrs Finnell on Water street Miss Jndctb Tudor of Irvine spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs Claude Smith on Second street lIon R W Miller was In Winches ter Sunday where he delivered the address at the Elks memorial service Miss Mattie Mae Robinson a stu dent at Madison Institute spent a few days last week at her home in Lancas terMr W G Barrett has returned to his home in Louiaville after visiting his sister Mrs J Speed Smith for several daysMiss Ethel McDonald of Louisville has been tbe guest of Miss Carlisle Walker at her home on West Main street Sirs Lavinia Cunningham and Mrs Laura E Francis of Bourbon county are spending a few days here with rel atives Miss Evelyn Smith has gone to Louis ville where she will be the guest of her ount Mrs Pierce until after Christ masMr Milward Brown who lately ac cepted a position in Welleton Ohio has been spening a few days with Ins fame ily here Mrs C D Powell and son Robert who have been visiting Mrs Margaret Short have returned to their hums at Lancaster Mrs George Prewitt anti Miss Minnie Dykes who have been visiting Mrs W D Oldhani in Lexington returned home Thursday On Frida evening the Richmond Lodge of Elks will hold a social session in their club rooms on tho corner of Ir vine and Second streets Mr and Mrs Charles D Miller left Monday Morning for Vincennes Ind where they will spend a week with Mr Eugene Miller and family Mrs T S Bronston who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Oldhara in Lexington Is now the guest of Mre David Chenault at Pine Grove Misses Mattie Trtbble and Laura Bennett are at howe from Huntington West Virginia where they were the guests of Mrs John Hooe Russell Dr E O Vance who was called to his old home at Franklin several weeks ago oh account of illness in his family returnad to this city Sunday night Mr John Amsdcn of Versailles who was here attending the Y M C A Convention was the guest over Sunday of Mr and Mrs S Nevill Mob erleyMrs Louise Elgin who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Horace G Turner for the past two weeks left thus mottling for her home at George townMr and Mrs Earle Smith and Mrs Charles E Smith of Lexington have returned home after a visit to Mrs V Turner They were accompanied by Miss MolheFifo who apent a few days in Lexington- Mr Jerre Chambers and wife lert Monday to make their home in Chille cothe Missouri Mrs Chambers was formerly Miss Sarah Taylor The good wishes of their friends go with them to their new home Mr Fred Grinstead of Danville was a guests of friends hero last week Mr Grinstead was for fame time agent of the Adams Express Company here Richmond still claims him and we are always glad to have him in our midstMr and Mrs J L McCord and Mr Charles Chenault of this city will par ticipate in the ceremonies attending the marriage of Miss Bertbenia Mc Cord to Mr Clinton W Howard at Richmond December 17th Winches SentinelA delightful little party was that of Master Henry D Chenault when he entertained a number of his little friends last Saturday afternoon at the home of his grandparents ME and Mrs Henry B Dlllingbam on West Main street Highland items in Saturdays Louisville Times contains the following notice of one of Richmonds most pop ular young ladles Miss Bessie Tea ley of Richmond Ky was the guest of honor at at dinner party given Tues day evening by Mrs Hattie Garriott Iu the party were Misses Glenn Shouse Bessie Elklii Resale Tnriey Nell Waggener and Mr finny Wag gener and Mr Lee Elkin It will be a pleasant surprise to Rich mond people to learn of the approach ing marriage of Miss Rose Klautt of Pulaki Tennessee The lucky gfcii tleman is Mr Samuel Holland Wood ward of the same place and tIme wed ding will take place on December 17ih Miss Flautt is well remembered here where She taught vocal music at Madi son Institue for several terms Miss Minnie Dykes who has lately filled engagements at Winchester and Lexington has returned to Cincinnati lice sweet singing and splendidly trained voice charmed large audiences at both places She is now preparing to sing at Danville on tbe 12th and at Shepherds Hall in Kirkavllle on the 26th She will be assisted in each en tertainment by Mr William mbsler the gifted young violinist who so charmed Richmond nudience a few weeks ago Miss Dykes is tin artist also and the people of Danville and Kirksville have a great treat in store themMrs V p Oldham entertained last week with a beautiful luncheon at her home on South Broadway In honor of MiseIrs partment meeting of philanthropy and public interest of the Womans Club of which she Is chairman and the luncheon was given that the guest of afternoonIclub colors green and white Were effectively carried out in the decorations Time homo was adorned with white chrysanthemums cosmos carnations and a quantity of cedar and hoIfywhichI hung in graceful over doorways mantels windows saul about the chandeliers TlteWgfeta were green and white canlljaalampsThe InncbeoH immfljl ftqearous courses at a lpitk4tdlning room which WM sias m9ti e4 IB green and white la tbe ft r WM a tan vase filled with wfc j trnatiqos and fern leaves Time di auof mifjts and bonbons were aleo la the pnivailing colors and and at eacji place Ill alt A f i J tii Your OVERCOATCan be Bought Best From Our Big Stock o a FOR MEN AND Of 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c Fail Respectfully to the Cash Cares Grip 1 i Seven MIllion boxes sold in past 12 dainty bunch of holly The ices which carried out the color idea were especially attractive being served In tiny flower pots with a fern spray IL The cakes were iced in white and were decorated with a four le clover It wasa progressive lunch eon the guests changing between each course which made the hours unusu ally enjoyable Mrs Oldhani wore a gown of green silk with white chiffon trimmings and lace The gutsta were Miss Dykes Mrs Prewitt Mrs Shely Ilaibiaon Mrs I J Spencer Miss Mar tha WcElhiuny Mrs Mary McOlin tock Haydon Miss Courtney Moore Miss Sue B Scott Miss Wllhelmine Loos Mrs Albert Dabney Mrs A M Harrison Mrs liishop Clay Miss Mary Bryan Lexington Herald DEATHS Franklin son of Dr and Mrs E 0 Vance died at Franklin Ky last Friday Shank lia Courtney wife ot Elder It ji Courtney died at her home at Waco Tuesday alter a short Illness Her death unexpected asit was came as a great shock to her relatives and friends Mrs Courtney was a native of Jessa mine county being the second daugh ter of John and Sarah Sbanklln of Spears She was educated at Sayro In stitute Lexington graduating there In 1885 She was for some time a timelier in the public schools of and later principal of Daviosoa High SchoolMrJ Courtney leaves a devoted hnsband and a son betides father mother and two sisters Time funeral services were bold at the home at Spears Wednesday followed by the burial in the family burying ground NNOa Key Milton Mann died at hta lipipe CrlisIe M the ge of seventysix He was a L v ii Much largest assortment in Richmond to choose from Styles just as new fabrics and tailoring just as fine as shown in any city large or smalL And withevery coat our positive guarantee of for or your money back if it otherwiseyou to be both judge and jury yourself Let us you through Extra bargains at 57 8 iOiZ5O And Up COMMON BANKS OUTFITTERS BOYS ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth CLOTHINGTO 500 Mens and 1000 mens and boys Suits all If we have what you want prices will suit you SEE OUR STOCK OF IIIIIijUiL TS BLANKETSIEtc Dontt To Visit r Millinery Department tAnd SeeAlI The And Nobby Styles Submitted Trade months adorning VAczMnrion Jessamine Lexington threeyearold December the full value the price proves show Boys Overcoats cheap prices New E V ELDER LaTwoDaysISignature COVflTiEYM1S prominent minister of the Methodist Conference He leaves a wife and four sons one of whom is Rev E G B Mann who is well known hero and to whom our sympathy is extended WILLIAMS Mr W T B Williams died last Tuesday at his home in Irvine at the ago of seventy years In his death Estill county loses one of her most widely known best liked and most influential citizens While Mr Williams had been in poor health for some time bis death was unexpected and came as njsevero shock to all and especially to those most near and dear to him Ho was one of Irvines oldest citizens and hAd all of his life been prominent in business circles At the time of bis death he was at the bead of the banking firm of W T fl WIl llama Sons Deceased WM a Mason R member of Irvine lodge which or tier together with a large crowd of friends escorted the remains to this MaaonicIIodR9 eral in that city Wednesday 8 L Tudor T H Barker S P Vaughn R M Garrett A D S owdea and Dr It F Hood The Richmond lodge met them at the station OK last Thurs day aiid led the way to our beautiful city of time dead where ROW rest the remains of this oace useful and beloved citizen Rlebnoad lie se lected the following pallbMr wfco had charge of the remains at the ftrftve Messrs A H Zarlng J Si GreenfMf A D Miller Dr T P Gardner T A Rebiuson jwd Jobs It Gibson The grave was literally cqyafsJ with fee most gorgeous dcrigM of various de scriptions another srk ef the High esteem iu which h4S wMl1etd Xn Williams WAS twice iMrrted kk irat wielain Miss White bis MotHi Miss Hamilton who with iiz cM- lkuear4veak His s13 SWIbo SmwrMt Mrs 6 C j Joe Oldham of this county Mrs J Gardner of Jacksonville Florida MessrsThomas William and Get rgo Williams of Irvine To all of these we extend our deepest and most heart felt sympathy and say again in the death of this Christian gentleman Ken tucky has suffered a severe loss his family a most kind and affectionate husband and lather and the community a citizen whose place cannot quite be filled ADM COAL TIME 1 is again here Wet canfllryciut housp with the beSt ellico andKentucky Coals RdM1L 1Gffi lAlnttc MiKiPer Cannel Goal Ift- H +r All orders promptly delivered Letcher tYitt- diYard at Wareh us- tPbjneI42 L N DEPQ1i Xy Blchmondcm i r PROFESSIONAL CARDS Arr01NZiS j J IW MILLER AnoR iL4W j l KjTv44d ixL lobI 1jl rHN 1lA TLCKY j t r oj CIt j Li H1 It i 1 1 1 lr- u 1It J Aoq1xiQ 1 1OJ uk eI DJl I t jePY c th1sts AX liiiIUIOU Al LAW irjftttfOkV l J aL iiii II orticeovei 1Fe Utti pno Ld1cLt S Oltt UlKSUiN 6113SON ill JVCJVV i A7 SMiGKOKS I HS4NI KENTUCKY U cc iu tho Dr II nui building MalnStreet 11 C JASPER M D Metlicine and Surgery ittiie SutiifFur biiildine Main Street Jckhone at residence the Carr place on roadway HIIMOSD KENTUCKY KVANS M D fiiyeiciAN AND SURGEON PMOND KKNTUCKY L 0 Vaa3 D 0 Mrs L OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Slate Hank Trust B g rimr furailifl nn npplicatibn covsutrArov FREE I hta r uilierti brhmil of Ostheopatby ZLL stacar- c Y hat V330t iTrLt VIU KT it tnii to ov rntnnt nnlldlng Ji IMWK t x 121 to Harry M Blanton z DENTISTIjrOtiice iu DetiueU y 1IIIB IIPSEf81 oJ nr IdSUWS lrltIll bnjur vAcLP J WtlluJ81I1 l rntlq Jro b r lft1 w k rs f rar r1 J- 1fLUIItUhtl 1n7 a l frh I njjffljf III t4tttJ I 1t 1iIi UmII4u IJK pjrl IIUS svnerIiip j rorc it Alii it of Injjt ij1l f IIHho f t Jj IIjIt stl1t fl4L t ac iio IIL 4re In tti iiiiiirl lliniMt IrtrusI t inl sir iit hero we will bo glad to we fume our friends tiil patrons Ue will coiivniue III imy ifiTI liijhtst market juce tjf w Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other PrDIic Give us a call in our fueV4 quarters and we will cjnvince weWate the leaders in the Produce liisiness in Madison county GOTT BROS tHIIIIIreI 2 jtii1v REt UMOND KY MORK LIVES ARE SAVED L BYvsna DrKingfs New Biseovery Consumption onIThan By All Lung This wonderful medicina positively cures Consumption Coughs Gold HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough PrieD SOc i 1 Trial Bottle Fiee Jy + SE wishing to purchase the i celebrated Page Wire Fence tj 1- iVrair iII11 lonuitethut i on sale at the lollowinj 7 piWeS in Jlrtdison county trliuckl Simoons R cbmond nal1lllt Wa co t 1310 ell Red House cu Valley View ltIuL Baldwin NewbyciW Tau Edenton giU IiWhsrtet Wallacet m BereatTCy One Eye May Be AlrightI anl he olf ni nY fj L dnff or weakuexs ofiin u s ioieJ by Glassesf Piitnl trtigf1 lit uti4p will lop nd1 ct IInhin tn ierrtiti In condition 01 tlO eye4 Our lestH irs free anti tit prirrs of onr Glnwp viR not prciit anynno wriirinjs jla1 vlml Ilu inquire in Iii IflhIlfl Uold Killnil nnd Suliil Gold Frames or the jiiw fityle Finch pje glass ZV 4 Rofcinson Optician and Jewe- lertrt Richmond Ky i XnneVKDld itind 30JI ly u for YiiliBr L9O2 0 CottonSi Dress Goods lv r t jVictoru Lawn Indin ff JjJl Qn Pcrsiin Lavn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel 13 Fancy Voavcs- PiqiHa Madras Shirt in wnir1 CoioredoftOn Dress Goods 1IIIIIli PlittedNove I te5 fJ irh P wSr EthbIoideiisT yi Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines 1WashSilks pz Ribbcns 6 foir Agents for Goftons ieI bate4 Shirt Wnue hs nI RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville MJS Hotel Glyndon Thursday and Friday January Sand 9t 1903 A LzueIir promptly tltPtzlv I Itl will insitro prhct tiefccts9 lfoUOORSs i o m BptfGlyndon Richmond Ky WE GO WEST VIA i Memphis Kansas Cily or Chicago I iThrough Servlcf of the Very lest to I ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERHITPRY OKLAHOMA FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY 1COLORADO MEXICOANDi M4ulleseekeriM Eist F rih 0CEOsMitsu I f t r NEW NAMES ON MAP Arctic Explorer Peary Honors Mem bers of Arctic Club Bayi Capes and Mountain Ranges Discovered During ni Recent Trip Are Given Name Moun tofu Galled After RooiCTelt Commander Robert E Pe ary lee tured before the American Geograph ical society in Mendelssohn hall at New York the other night on his most recent arctic explorations lie told of the movements of the party from tCc beginning to the end of the ex ploring expedition lie said that the condition of the ice enc ntered beyond the northern point of Greenland made it impossible to go ar far north as he had hoped Commander Peary said he considered that the expedition had accomplished much in the discov ery and mapping of the northern coast line of Greenland and be an nounced for the first time the names which he had given to capes bays and mountain ranges be discovered there lie has named these for member of tho Peary Arctic club The northernmost point It Cape Morris K Jecsup in honor of the president of the club Then there are C Benedict fiord Capo II L Bridge man Cape James J hill and in the interior is Roosevelt range a noble line of mountains In the course of his lecture Commander Peary did not once refer to his trouble with Dr Dedrick and only twice was Dr Dedrick mentioned He stated positively that tile discov cry of the pole is possible Referring to this he said It may seem to indicate overconfidence to state boldly that the pole can be reached and yet it is a fact even though the struggle for it has been going on unsuccessfully for years and years Each time we have come a little nearer and each time we have learned a little more The man who can secure n starting point in early spring on the northerp coast ot Grinnell Land who halt with him the proper equipment and experience will hold within his grasp the last geographical prize th5I the earth bar to offer ROYAL WOMEN UNITE Form an AMoelnllon Wbose Purp Is to Create Moral Sentiment and Sure Fallen Women Two queens 69 princesses and 35 women belonging to reigning families have formed an association to promote morality and to save fallen women They have pledged them selves to use their influence with leading men whom they meet in favor of their cause The association held its first meeting at Frankfort Germany Sixteen princesses or their representatives were present An appeal was issued to public leading men beg ging them to do their utmost to change the lax views regarding women prevalent among men of the world Certain pastors are using their in fluence to prevent their flocks from visiting seaside places where promiscuous bathing of men women and children is permitted At various church conferences lately resolutions have been adopted condemning the practice as immoral immodest and tending to rap the foundations of the family life One small bathing place on the Baltic which in former year wee visited by only 251 guests this year had 3800 because the authorities ad vertised family bathing LESSON FROM AMERICA The British Admiralty to Introduce the Methods employed In tufted State Navy The British admiralty is considering the advisability of taking an important leaf out of the American navy book The scheme now under consideration at Whitehall is to adopt a measure closely resembling the navy personnel bill passed by the American congress A departmental committee has received various reports regarding the workings of the American system It is said the committee is likely to adopt a plan by which engineers now serv ingwill retire with an honorary line rank but that in the future engineers will be selected from the cadets of the training ship Britannia under the system employed at Annapolis and thereafter will hold executive rank One of the great difficulties In the way of the plan is the Britannias lack of facilities to accommodate a sufficient number of cadets to supply both sections of the service The Innovation probably will be bitterly opposed by certain cliques of the navy BIG BOATS TO BE BUILT Canard Company Plans to Construct the Longest Vessel In the World It is expected that one of the two new fast Cnnard steamships will be built on the Clyde and one by Vickers Sons Maxim Calculations by ex pert show the horse power necessary to produce the speed of 25 knots an hour will be greater than had been an ticipated It b likely that the boats will have three screws They will be the largest vestels in the world in length and will have the greatest power of any afloat A Striking Coincidence It is a fact worthy of particular no tice says the Chicago Inter Ocean that the hoard of wealth of fabulous value just discovered in a Mexican cave is coincident with the arrival of the winter excursion season A liquid for governing or equalizing the flow of womens menses occur once in every lunar mo- nthBRADFIELDS Female Regulator is the essential of herbs It is a concentratedessence best adapted for womens delicate organism put properlyassiniflated otherIrregregularuse necessitatemucous membrane and a reconstruction xcomp3sled producedischargesand restores to lossesTBuy ff freePddflwtrwm MMNKJ MWMm A ta o r 1 AGREE ON THE SWORD J f German Soeletle Decide That It Ii tho Proper Weapon to Vie la Dueling SUtyseven students societies with a membership of 2300 from the Ber lin university the Technical insti lute and other institutions in Ber lin held a great meeting in the Phil Jiarmonic halt against pistol duels between students and officers The pistol was denounced as a weapon for American trappers and the sword was declared to be preferable it standing upon a higher moral plane and being a more chivalrous weapon The speakers pointed out that the German emperor had repeatedly ad vised the officers to practice with swards and to settle their affairs of Jionor with that arm but the officers object on the ground that the sword Js not severe enough to wash their stained honor clean The meeting finally adopted a resolution asking the minister of war to give the studenta committee an equal voice with the officers courts of hon or in settling difficulties between the students and the officers The reso lution also asked the minister to per mit the use of pistols only in the case of grave family insults and when one of the parties is physically unable to fight with the sword LEPROSY IN PHILIPPINES Report of Chief Surgeon nf Manila Snjri niirntfr la Found Cener nlly Throughout Island Army medical officers In the Phil ippines arc giving their attention to the question of leprosy The report of the chief surgeon at Manila just received at the war department says Leprosy is found generally through out the islands probably more in the Vizayas than elsewhere At the re quest of the commissioner of public health medical officers of the army searched for and reported many cases during the year From their re ports It appears that former esti mates of the number of cases of this disease were placed at too high a figure as nothing approaching 30 000 sufferers was found Reports were however Incomplete as nu merous places were not visited The proposed leper colony is much feared by the people thus leading to concealment of cases and without careful study which was not practi cable early leprosy is overlooked No cases have appeared in soldiers as might be expected In view of the supposedly long period of incubation The leper colony for natives has not yet been established TO FOLLOW IN HER STEPS FilTorlle Crnntldnacliler of Sirs Slnnlon Will Carry on Work of Ike Greet Wotnnn Suffragist favIElizabeth Cady Stanton and a student in the civil engineering department of Cornell university believes that the work which her grandmother sought to accomplish has not been completed Accordingly very soon after the death of Mrs Stanton she set to work to or ganize a political equality club among the women of the university The or ganization was perfected the other day and Miss Blatch was made its president Miss Blatch entered Cor nell in the arts course two years ego and immediately became a leader among tile women at a student Last fall she took the examinations for the college of civil engineering Three other women tried and Miss Blatch was the only one admitted she being the first woman to take the engineering course at Cornell Miss Blatch is tall attractive and pretty and is a great social favorite HISTORIC HOUSE DESECRATED Home In Which J Fenlmorc Cooper Old Ills Courting to Become a SaloOn Historians throughout Wertches ter county N Y are disturbed over what they describe as the sacrilege of the old Delancey mansion where J Fenimore Cooper made love to Miss Delancey who afterwards became his wife because it has been transformed into a roadhouse and beer saloon The building stood at the top of Heathcote hill overlooking the sound since 1793 until a few weeks ago when it was sold at auction for 11 The purchaser was a local build er who moved the old structure to tha Post road where he repaired it added a veranda and then leased it to the man who uto conduct the tavern The house besides being the home of the bride of Cooper is said to have been the birthplace of Bishop De lancey of the Protestant Episcopal church and Archbishop D of the Roman Catholic see of Baltimore nay FeTir Sufferers Hay fever is ii subject of perennial investigtaion By inquiries among 400 persons at North sea resorts Dr Thast has confirmed the assumption that its chief peculiarity is an idiosyn crasy of the olfactory nerve In re spect to the odors of certain flowers and that the only places absolutely free from it are those with scanty low vegetation without much bios soming While no remedy Willcure once for all in a few applications the experience of these persons shows that it can be relined and even cured by local treatmentDecrees Wages Wage of the working people of the United Kingdom according to offi cial statistics showed a decrease of 720000 last year compared with the preceding year J j Tetter Sat tbeI1m and Eczema The Intense itching antlamax mci dent to these diseascsis instantly allayby applying Chamb Eye nn archaveis equally efficient for itching piles anc nippleschappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cIa per box anjustartdvermifuge ahorsecents per package inhisstrength of the army at 59 866 The force in the Phil ippines is 13480 The health of the army he says shows continued improvem e n t Among his recommendations are the creation of a general staff the discontinuance of the Porto Rican regiment and thejjradUal abandonment of the transport system He says reports indicate that the effect of ont nu ing the canteen has been unfavorable 11sheSQfChristopheiCOhl1Iiblli America and otherwise noted giventheirspecial MaspllHDn in Seville Spinc AMERICAN TRADE CRITICISED Tko Absolute Necessity of Sending the Best MateriallAbroatll8 Shown It to necessary ti repeat the warn- Ings previously given to American manufacturers for foreign markets against the folly of supplying any thing except the btst materials in the early and critical periods of their trade to European and other custom ers Every failure or shortcoming for whatever cause Is seized upon and exploited for the general discredit of the American trade The London pa pers constantly print complaints in regard to such matters such as one which originated irom the manager of the Assam Itailvay company He says that four American locomotives which were received less than four years ago require new crown plates He adds that the makers of the loco motives ought to pay the cost of re pairs as failure after such a short space of time could only be due to carelessness in design This moves a writer in the London Times to express the hope that the Indian Railway company will learn rome day that thp lowestpriced engine is not necessarily the cheapestSGUIDE TO PHILIPPINES The Vnr Department Issues a Onset teer and Maps of the Group of Island The Pronouncing Gazetteer and Geographical Dictionary of the Phil ippine islands with maps charts and illustrations which was prepared at the bureau of insular affairs of the var department has been Issuedand contains a wealth of information concerning our oriental possessions The gazettecr proper contains 264 pages including the index while the geographical dictionary occupies CCS pages exclusive of the maps charts and illustrations When Deweys victory awoke na tional interest in the Philippines the obtainable literature in English on the subject was meager and much of it was old and almost out of print while the Spanish words were to be found in few libraries so that the work of obtaining complete and ac curate information about tho is lands their geographical resources history etc has been a difficult one Requests already received for the edition exceed the limit ordered by con gress to bo printed LONG TRIP ON HORSEBACK Dr Donaldson Smith Finishes Jour aejr Decnn on Slay IT nnd In Which 4000 Mile la Coveted After a 1000 mile trip to the west on horseback and in wagons which consumed six months Dr Donaldson Smith has returned home to Philadel phia Dr Smith left Philadelphia on May 17 and went from Baltimore over the old national road to Colum bus 0 Fort Wayne and Chicago tub part of the trip consuming 28 days or at the rate of 32 miles a day From Chicago ho went to Dubuque encountering heavy floods in Iowa and finding the people inhos pitable although he found one farm er who gave him shelter during a heavy rainstorm From Towa he traveled to South Dakota crossed the bail lands and Big lion anti entered Yellowstone park From the Yellowstone he crossed the mountains into Wyoming TRADE INVASION BY GERMANY A Syndicate Organized to Export Machinery for Manufacture of Drliaclli i The manufacturers of machinery for compressing coal waste and lignite into the fuel called briquettes of which enormous quantities tare used in Germany have organized a syndicate for promoting the exports of this machinery to the United States and have sent an engineer to America to explain to mine owners how to make estimates of the costs of plants and describe the processes of manufacture The syndicate Is im portingsamples of American coal waste and lignite to analyze them and test the machines with them During the recent coal strike in the United States briquette dealers here arranged to send 10000 tons to New York but before the cargo space could be engaged the strike was ended TESTS BUDDHA MIRROR Prof Snmmcrvllle of University of Pennsylvania Displays It In Lecture Prof Maxwell Summerville of the Free Museum of Science find Art Uni versityof Pennsylvaniagave the first of his serie of lectures at Philadel phia the feature of which was the dis play of the mysterious Buddha mirror It Is a perfectly plain polished mir ror the reflecting surface being made of an alloy containing silver It was placed at an angle where it caught the suns rays and the face of Buddha then appeared in strong impressive outlines on a screen This mirror which for centuries was a puzzle to wise men is such an article as might have been used in the boudoir of a Roman matron The fecret of Its composition died with the oriental who produced it The mirrpr has been for centuries one of the mystic fee tures of the Buddhist religion Putting Two and Two Together England iy about to sell all her naval vessels that ore not up to date says the Chicago Inter Ocean and this fact mayhavesorne connection uith the re cent visit to London of the kIng of Portugal Senator Hale of Maine is unqualifiedly opposed to tariff revision anti iays that no at tempts illL thatlitiOvill be made dur tfrthe present Coilgiessct nor the next nor the next lie states tbal if you scratcha tariff reform er you will find undelneath a free trader basjissueda states that his conferences with President Rqoseyelt and other public officials haye been as an educator and hot as a politician 10 deuitsi furthering any political candidacies j A resident of Wasljingon State has yfittonti the master of Plymputb 3Jiarin 500 goo liiil thy poor girls who aie Yanel as wives for the saurqi mniK bet of tiivelqoldntr licaltly young men ofgood habftB S Revision of the iul flis i posed by most of the t epniv Mean leaders in l v tariff tinker i il trust legislation are b ievecl to be doomed to bear n fruit at the shpvfc session o Con greiS 5 f m i ior Sick BloodFeed Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in taste Young women in their- I teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to und a sample to any sufferer Be sure that this picture In the loon at a label s on the wrIpptr of every bottle Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE ChemistsI 409 Pearl Su New York 6as RCUCllon About one jonr Hfco this company materially reilnrtil11110 suit uttr tales It lisa been eiiroimitieil ly incirarct pniroiiHKu in boili liuinir file Ilfteni year that it hii l iliteniiiit to Ni- la v discount of rJl ppr OW lit MI illu mitlllli ilL fiiHslwl on AtllttrPr Dec IiOI liii telt relncinjr the net rife 0 g i mm SJ in Sl75- KfirJtii inrirr Is esp hlly jilvin that this ilimmil mi pa uill not lf ilo ld to sty Itoll who rllir In pay hi gits 1i1IIr lieforc the 10 of iH- imintl ilil 111fr hn ii jiillttl to tl e niiany iurwar All tIi1l- qneut1p ri til he required In itnv tile It FOnt rllio penally uithnnt ex ception ReprctCnlly liicuvoxn VATKK l iiTC o NVv 27 ll dec 4 if ==A Cold Wave tliH forecast of pnddiii flixngps h lit wcattr servis nutine ilmi utiuir oicct ami n heavy cotlyli may ill La lie tniciily if lieiiltli in lOur ii ne auiioiK peniiln 11a liiil l One Minute lIIh Cur Im liP tnl K II Wise MaiilMin toll writ r am inilehlid to Quo Minute Coiiy mire for my Ieml Itt11tllllh am puliuMy my lift It cures iiiii hx jitN t lagrippp lironchitlx piiKumntii till iliroitt ml lung trnllltlo Oiu 11111 Ioujili HIM ruts III phleyin Iraws out he ii fl unm linii lienl and Mitlirs innroiiH mttllbnuirs HIM lrellIIcu8 the lungs I offer for sale my reeidt nee on Dig street Lot is 00 x2O it with m w Ie and all necessary out iiuildinu House contains eight roorua and kinit en all in good repair and will be suit at n bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow A TEXAS WONDER HALLS QKEAT HScuVEitY One small Louie nf Halls Great his covery cures all kidney nod blnot I troubles removes gravel dial el sertiinnl emissions weak and lame liart rheumatism till all irregulniitifs titho kidneys and bladder In both mi roiIlillgist will be sent by mail on recliIIlt One small lmottle is two month treatment and will roam nuy ran uio mentioned DrK W u llSIIIItI MuSentiMerchant1tlIimonml HEAD iris Richmond Ky Fuh 9 1001 loleirirTexas Wonder fa V rai Jiismvcry for kidiuy IIIcI1lIoIfrtuhl willed 150 pounds when Ibi rwt1Z n totiny I veizii 1TG tfiimls and I feel Intcr than lIIl ill t wzi yetnHnd I licrrfully rtcotninciil it to tin nulilft Cosp fully Idely Joiiv A ii1liE5 kGdiDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat thedlgeswntJ neverfallsthe food you want The most Byjthusointinytboflsaids JrunejuaHed ItFlrstdoserellevcs trolilesPicpnedThe Ubotua containsz4 times tbeOOc6 Fr vorrv TImnrnnc l Aint You Got No Home tt Or are you not satisfied haveDochange Then t klidvantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers ot One Way Settlers Rates JLoi arid St Louis R Rm theWotld1 FnCrUne j r ST thi t f JDesVaTi SoxvxD6s j Tickets on salefir t and thiitct IUPili1903 Ai5KUS F0fi tiATES L Ji Irwin G PA Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky f 8 Notice to Creditors All parties having claims Against the estate of J W lull are requested to present same verified an is by law to thd undersigned on or be fore the let div of Jaunry 1903 Iitrtini indebted to tit estate of J W Hill will pluaxe full promptly on time undersigned lnysnm without costs T C Uh 12xor of tf I W Hill OLD JOE WHISKY Hand miilr Sur Ahifli Every drill guaran teed ttf ln piiru It is of olI ely Ic IIIIIHI fa iir Nu- HElTKIl can be filII 11- 1formulIlhlll pur tostv You want tilL hest KurniHlifcl S riiily Family Tnule 10 rear old in ji 31 10 por gallon 10 u t bottl sTi h 5 4jur 250 5 bulns 3 2 jigs ji 10 Orders promptly flttVIL1Ev SEA lay Inip Old Joe Distillery MrIJrajcr nov lyr Ai clorsoir county Ky Beat This I 0j p Rle d lira if yii ian as ltml ti 110111 iio will nil nerlire itt ii1iIc4mPSm Inri This dnnbi faced lit quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one ilif ninny in tlir htock Tliit is Hirt liHWlwliiht linn that Wlli telin tin city- SIll these puiU posusm many at irictiv Ifatiirrs not ihc least of which w tlwi iMtilKiime appoaranif RIIII llInJiLap RoliCH at all trices from lo upwards T J Moberley Dc MLsignature ii oa t vry los ft Ito jcatiine Laxative BromoQuioiiic Tablets tio remedy that r ir i n cold in one tiny Por Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C iIlt1Ibt the following judgments A J A W Webber Berkley Ky J138 26 Georg Totter Clinton Ky 112 J W Pom Dixon ICy 22300 N O ttrsmontCo lieder Ky 33 20 J K Youmgi5omOiasgow Ky Vm Kniptlen Milton Ky 28 II f N Hiiips iH Sterling Kr 68 28 Ferdinand SchuMo Loulville M 09 nohl W Onren IxmUvIl e R J Dnrrett Preston at road Jstfercnn- rouutv Ky S Austin Rockport Ky 138 U Send bids to National Collection Agency ttASHSXUTON n e ont ten STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine STITOAOD OLSEn LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE Rpnhrilnptitrh Two innchinp In one Run n Mien us lit tii klig of a watrh Run onethird lighter and ffed outhlrcl faster than olemachine Pave lImo nnd laln r Our Standard OUAND will jnitomntir drop liehil swell froni wood work and Imll lipnrinsn in tin BrandpR machismo ever olTerod to the public For n chfpprr rrpcliino tho New Century swell front wood work warranter 20 years can not be rqunlled foi the money We also manufacture sewing machines from S15 np andlARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS lUcktnond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 21 V 7th at Cincinn ti 8mo =NEW EQUIPMENT Schethiled Trains H iOF THEM r i ALL DAILY alldditional Charge P3SEHYiCE ANL tIMK Tilt i q G 1iCOACIUS l J Room ai Parlor Obsenatioa Dinin1 R1lta TIM of Tnl os I r lItcall oft aorst tkkm IleaC er ICeIUNPa CINCINNATI e 20 PERCENT OFON T l I yourStovebought early in carload therefore we can save you the advance In prices and theI freight to j to 5 bt WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fireat Majestic Rang Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and can give you a better article for less money than ar one in this or any other to- wnHARDWAR OUR LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattano Disc l only perfect Disc Plow made ItsI Is RightRuns STOVES descripiofore Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will p you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and R pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l A Beautiful Home Ols a Womans Ddight And our business H to supply time- Furniture We can aliow yon a beautiful correct nnd cityJricimOdil Iiiccs Dininurpotn Furniture in wwx rd fmk anti weiilicr tinisli Iras and Irin Heils TenkwcHHI IVdeMtils TabouretK anti Tuliles Call anti examine our liniidsoire Hue uf Mailings Carpets and Rugs Ve are jileapcd to show tliPtn at all times WS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND ulj3tly KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of B Shugars Co whose business use in Lancaster wash cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at h FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are t damaged in the least J arid tnese bargains are without aprl in this city EVERYTHINGfut e way of Dry Goods Boots She Hats Caps Gents Furnishings andeveryt is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that being offered and get first pick from this iirmeiue steel Goods THE LQUSVILE STORE rrOROWSKYfPr First St Opposite CourtHouse G- ateRichrnondI To Our Patrons e Greeting tfvouseethe beautiful goods we have bought for our Holiday trade- Solid Gold Lockets 4 s A handsome Comb Brush and Mirror in leather case J2 Call usd lEaped our stock whether you buy or not VictorBogaertMANUFACTURQ ii 51EMAINST t fEXlfJGTON r r ua JlIf1rr tto1ff1JICfr s jmscr