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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jtI J r r 7 i I Tr IIL rr T- rL THRICHMoND CLIMAX OLUME29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 17 1902 rPr t JDwstJoh NUMBER 30 Ihe Racket Store IS THE PLACE TO FINDI TYS9NJvcejjrfice and the thousand done useful articles that housekeepers ant We have selected our Xmas stock with great nd are convinced that we can please all our customers both oungand old6 a- 1D0bS caTca O s I t0a1r-e C offered at prices that will interest you ttOD S S 50r 3r Dotcs ire Crker two packs 80 Fire Works Novelties such dipcaan c sn lies 6 ic 2c i balls Jc 20 balls 4c 25 balls 7c your amusement DONT FAIL TO VISIT HE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue GrasS Grocery lAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blanton DEALER IN V V Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime rq Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsap1yr Phone 85 4 Big Dill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coalw ++4 Ct Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J gratt without any attention jf + 4++++4 + t+ 4 + + ++++++++ +++ ++ + + + + + ++++ 11 i IIWhat You Stove Need Whats the use running a risk by buying common stoves when we can supply you with tbe best thc market affords Our vs i Airiht flagitc i U Jif t will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills and good service We have in stock a car load of m Hickory VIE the most reliable farm wagons in existence Our line o- fllriaie f Y V i inever pajimerills complete anil Vyon Van save money by trading with us Give us your order for 1toiIing and Gutterinjr Satisfaction guaran teed Respe- ctfullyTAYLOR BROS f Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest hf lowest prices We offer you in ron Beds Bed Room Suits fining Room andtttchen Furniture at i- acrito v I C We guaranteed to save you money WecordialJy invite our country friends to ca11make our store their headquarters tqijf Wee Mlll1sztq 1l1ilii i1i jplease Our success depends upon it and therea sonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete iraming neatIy done and thenewest mouldings always carried I f t jo S It JoPLiA Ihone 47 RICHMOND KY IUliddt Igv 81daIW Q oW Evans Jr tiiEmb1I r IJ ii SQUITE A Coincident Dr Blanton After Four Years Finds His C S A Button A few days ago Dr Blanton clippingMr W J McKiernan Room 35 120 Market street Newark N T writes ofa silver enameled badge having thirteen stars around the rim and a medallion of General Lee recently come into his possession and he wishes to restore it to the owner On badgeiston C S C Confederate Association of Kentucky The owner can secure it at any time by writing for it Dr Blanton wrote to the ad dress named above and re ceived the following letter Newark N J Nov 22 1902 Mr L H Bl nton Dear Sir It gives me great pleas ure to return your C S A badge A month or so ago a young nephew showed me the button proudly he was wearing it on his jacket and the medallion portrait of that great and good man Gen Lee attracted my attention and I examined the button more closely and discovered your name upon it I then wrote the Confederate Veter an I am an ardent lover of the South and an admirer of Southerners and I suppose it is that that made think that the button meant something more than a mere piece of metal to its owner I am in deed pleased to be the means of returning it to you My nephew who is also my name sake found it on the street in New York some months ago Sincerely Yours William J McKiernan The button was given to Dr Blanton by an old soldier several years ago and there fore it is valued very highly It was lost on the streets of New York several years ago Central News If you feel ill and need a pill Why not purchase the best DeWitts Early Risers Are little surprise Take one they do the rest W A Howell Houston Tex writesI have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family for constipation sick head ache etc To their use I am indebted for the health of my family 1m A young lady took some chickens into aSomerset store the other iay with their feet carefully tied and laid them on the counter The mer chant who bought them fear ing they would fall off to the floor said Will they lay there Oh no sir she stam mered blushingly they are all roosters and now the merchant gets red in the face at the sight of a chicken PROFIT The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bpne and brain It is the standards ient1fic food for delicate children Send for free sample- Be tare that this picture la the form of a Jibel a the wrapper of every bottle of Olllr- aTScott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl StNY HcIa THE OLD RELIABLE pC4 KI6 POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE =TEXAS TRUCK GROWING Big Money in Fruit and Truck fFarming in Eastern Texas Owing to favorable condi tions of climate and soil in Northern and Eastern Texas the raising of early fruits and vegetables for shipment to Northern markets has become very profitable Fruits and truck mature in this section and are shipped productsFlorida or California get to marketDuring the season solid train loads of fruit and vege tables are made up on the Cotton Belt from Tyler Jack sonville and other local points on the line and rushed through to the Northern and Eastern cities Not only are the conditions for marketing favorable but enormous yields of peaches tomatoes pears berries and garden truck are invariably secured The quality of the fruit produced is second to none in America the peaches especially not yielding even to the famous California pro duct Fully 60 per cent of the orchards are set in the fa mous Elberta peaches which are surpassed by none in fla vor size and quality Mountain Rose StJohnsand Mixon Clings are also raised with re markable success Lands in this section are rapidly being purchased and converted into orchards and gardens At Alto on the Cotton Belt Route an immense orchard of several thousand acres has been planted by cx perienced fruit growers from Michigan who were quick to recognize the natural advan tages of this country Intwo years this orchard will commence the shipment of enor mous quantities of fruit Notwithstanding the rapid ity with which the land is be ing taken up much desirable land can still be obtained for from 250 to 10 per acre Those desiring to visit this section may take advantage of round trip Homeseekers rates of oneway fare plus 2 or oneway Colonist rates of half the oneway fare plus 2 in effect on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Among the excellent publI- cations on this subject sent free on application is a little booklet entitled Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vege tables issued by the Passenger Department of the Cotton Belt Routeat St Louis Mo Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strenpthnns the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsiii indigestion stomach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Koclolre builds wornout tissues purifies strength ens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkinson of W Va says I have used a numberof bottlesof Kodol and have found it to be a very eeC tivc and indeed a remedy ifor stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends 1m Cheese Biscuits Very delicious biscuits to be served with salad or an afternoon tea can be made with but little trouble Al Iowan equal weight of flour butter and grated Parmesan cheese Add a little cayenne pepper and salt enough to flavor and knead well togeth ereRon out into a thin patite cut into small rounds wits a biscuit cutter and bake t alight brown If Parmein cheese cannot bs obtained good old American dajry cheese that is dry enough to grate fine can be substituted usingsomething less haw ever than of the Parmesa J Substantial Progress Being Made by the Porto Ricans A Washington Dispatch saysThe annual report of W H Elliott Commissioner of the Interior for Porto Rico an nounces substantial progress along all governmental lines in toe island Much atten tion is being paid to road building and bridgeconstruc tion in order to assure to la bor the means of reaching the markets with the prod ucts of the soil The Porto Ricans are being instructed what to plant and how to cultivate most economically and profitably Sanita ry rules and regulations have been introduced and the peo pIe encouraged in habits of cleanliness and correct living and also assisted in matters affecting trade and commerce at home and abroad- Concerning public lands the report says the various departments of the Federal Government will be asked to make known their wishes con cerning properties at present occupied by or needed for their accommodation The bulk of the property involved comprises lands of little pres ent value but which may if the island continues to de velop and prosper as condi tions now prevailing warrant the hope become salable They need to be located and their boundaries determined It is hoped that all questions will be settled and presidential action secured in time for the legislative assembly of Porto Rico to provide for the disposition of island property at the session to be held dur ing January and February 1903 A Cold Wave The forecast of sudden changes in tho weather serves notice that a hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health in your own home Cautious people have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure always at hand E H Wise Madison Ua writes I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures coughs colds Jagrippe bronchitis pneumonia and all throa and lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and soothes the mucous membranes and strengthens the lungs Voting Machines Voting machines are used in the larger cities of New York In Buffalo a city of over 350000 population the complete returns of the elec tion were delivered at the city hall 37 minutes after the polls closed at 5 oclock The first return was made at 502 There was complaint because the last returns which came in at 537 were delayed The Indianapolis News nothing the quickness with which election returns are made in New York says Here we are the third day after elec tion and do not know certainly in a close case who is elected And yet Indiana has a law that permits us to have voting machines as well as Buffalo has Is it not worth all it would cost to get the result of an election in a few minutes after the polls closed But besides voting by a ma chine renders any alteration or juggling of returns impos sible as also any exercise of discretion as to what is a de fective ballot If a man fails to vote a whole ticket so much as he has voted is re corded y the machine with unfailing accuracy In other words the machine puts vot ing entirely in the hands of the voter No inspector or judge or board can change the record one iota When the voter presses the button the machine does the rest and it stands unalterable There is no expense for printing ballots and the larger precincts made possibly reduce the number of election officers and the time of their servicSHard onThe Vegetable No said the housekeeper angrily I dont want any more of your vegetables Theyre just about as worth less as Ive come to believer youthhe Oh dont say that about em maam protested the huckster Dont that about em philadel phia Press Hints For the Holiday Winter has held off nobly in view of the pitiable scarcity of coal Already the buzz and hum of the holidays dis tracts us yet the atmosphere remains friendly Mysterious conferences and curious ly shaped parcels absorb the centre of the stage in count less homes- A few suggestions to in tending giftgivers may not be amiss at this juncture Do not select souvenirs strictly useful Let the fancy have a little exercise If grandma has a sweet tooth give her a dainty box of candy tied with pretty ribbon and decorated with a sprig of holly It will make herfeel like agirl again Again dont try to do too much Your friends can ac cept comfortably some pretty trifle which they know you can afford whereas a gift whichcramps you will make them feel consciencesmitten even though they are in no wise to blame for your unwise expenditureThe are full of love ly things of good quality which cost little yet meet every requirement The modern shopper has a wide range no matter how econom ical she may have to be One can almost buyanythingshort of a fourpost bedstead in the five and tencent stores Entire gowns of velvet ap peal to the fair sex this seas on Some are of blue black or brown ground with tiny white dots- Boleros and vests and waists entire of plaid velvets are seen Dark gowns are ornamented with flat buttons of old silver Upon some of the splendid Louis coats shown by Lord Taylor ball buttons of Dres den pearl or crystal appear fawncolored beaver hat trimmed with immense bows of ribbon in any preferred color brown in medium shade being most effective is the correct bit of dress headgear for a little girl The handsomest gowns show a touch of lace which usually takes the form of a rich lace collar Skirts are very smart showing side and box plaits triple adjustments and circu lar shapes Whats hi a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitta Salve has no This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine 1m Useful Hints Alum and plaster of paris mixed with water and used in liquid state form a hard composition and a useful cement Milk cream and butter should not be put into the same refrigerator with other articles of food unless they are in perfectly closed ves selsThe steel parts of the range such as the fender and the edges of the plate rack need never be dull when the best material for cleansing is so close at hand Fine coal ash es have no equal for this Dip a piece of damp flannel into the ashes and scour the steel well and a brilliant polish will be the result As you value your own and your familys digestion do not serve tea with fish The tannic acid hardens the fiber and malfes it indigestible It should not be offeredwith any form of fish shellfish or the articulate animals like lobsters and crabs Iced tea and softshell crabs for ex ample are acombination that should be avoided Good Advice Be nappy today No matter about yesterday nor to- morrowbe happy tpday Are you poor Unhappiness will not make you rich Are you ignorant Unhap piness will not make you wise Are you suck Repining will not give you health Did you do rongyesterday Regretting will riot correct the act nor atone for it DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE lxxvMck Lama fc AJOovks o1 D01tS01 ito ITS NO JOKE BUSY BEE GASH STORE e Will move from the corner to the new Main Street Store op posite the Court House Monday Dec 29 and from now until then we will sell everything in the entire store at prices never before heard of in old Richmond We dont want to move a single article that Low Prices will sell and goods in every depart ment have been marked down untill former prices have been entirely lost sight of Every Garment in the Entire Cloak Department RaglauiJlstersplaced on sale having been bought recently at greatly reduced prices Select vonr Cloak before the lot if picked over Overcoats and Heavy Clothing Have felt the keen edge ot our relentles3 cold steel and priceson every fiarment in our Clothing Department have beer UUtUlIIStBOOTS AND SHOESI-fyou have Boots and Shoes to buy now is the time to buy them Our Removal Sale prices will save you lots o f ratluhaveyouwalzonsfitAll Dress Goods Our Motto seyouWe are very W D OLDHAM co BUSY BEE GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons- J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life are being jilted by a girl rnd n dose of quinine cJS2TH- ELexington Democrat IIs THE ONLYIS DAIL- YDemocratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE tBlue Grass Region +Is especially devoted to Interest of the Cemocrat tIt and ires all the wit Tcr Subscription Price 500 a Year IfCents a Week by Carrier JbLexington Kentucky EDF01B- LCDRU6 TF THE GREAT rAMILYMEDICINE Thedforda BlackDraught has saved doctors more than sixty For the common fam constipationindigestion plaints ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It and ulates the liver assists digestion- stimulates action of the kidneys purifies the blood and of fonttccwnulations It cures liver complaint indigestion- sour stomach dizziness rheumatic sideache back ache troubles constipation diarrhea biliousness colds and headache Every druggist has Thedford 8 BlackDraught m cent packagesand in man mothsize for 100 Never accept substitute Insist on having the original made by tho Chattanooga Medicine Company- I believe Thedfords k the but medicine on earth I- tHd U for any and everything I kin a fay of twelve children sad tot towr I have kept them en foot and hMMhy with no doctor t t iIKk DMHght A J GREEN WcwaraU Will be in this Sale I t respectfully wanted BUckDfaujht or and For 250 pmi From and From From Greek R A A JrraA SPECIALTY of haTe ten of Nervous and Children not cure Nervous troubl but cm put 15 to 30 pounds weight thin delicate noautn man in 90 days can tbe luujs and ehUrmtbecbe t3to6inclicsIaDOto90daya Icon Spinal and Nervous diseases children Chronic and Chronic Catarrh disappear under this specific treatment In addition my own especial treatment oe an Inp etc etc Office 819 Ave Ky MY NAME IS On Sausage Row AndBuys Slaughtered CASH STORE jgefiffti wiNI l7EJeancltySuperbeated SanIIUnual THURMAN I SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening OL Fli STJJlizti1lJ1S Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever op3ned in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat Jf Give a before you buy out of the city We guarantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below toreingn work u Stouffef8 Mahler TAILORS P SWe haAe added a cleaning and pressing depart ment and can you on notice 1s2 Louinil1 t1itic Rwad DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND venslllesLarrencebUrtII8helS05Lm Cincinnati Forlrrlne utMamMiUnra Creek TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND LouIsville Lexington 1154anz Cincinnati i 1111 m Irvine SiSSpjn Millers 830ui O M Oen Mg- rVersiflespy Woolnmi Richraosd Ky I MAKE I r iectaUy successful Women only i I of on a rr to I develop of Bacacbea Ileadacbes Constipation forever to Fourth Louisville o us call 1 serve short DROWNING S +ClLL AT+4 + JONES MERSHOf SALOON PARLOR WEEK IN TOW1T Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be founl in the city are dispensed by upto ate and acpommo dating cle rs ifaeariieniiliW SSgS Phom 8 Second tJ I lie Richmond Climax J C CHBNADLT President AD MILLER Manager RORT S CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 17 12 rUBLISUFU EVERY BDNESUA BT The Climax Printing Go IncorporatedP DEMOCRATJCTIGKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTHS A1O NET HONB A CRUTCHEli Of Jessamine County kOI CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE I SENATOR MORGAN of Alabama has succeeded iIi interesting the President and the War Department in his petf scheme ofsending the negroes of the United States to the Philippine Islands The idea of the Alabama Senator is to offer each a homestead of twenty acres and all possible commercial advantages Sunder the protection of the United States The War Depart ment will test the possibilities of the plan and the negro leader Thomas Fortune will be sent to the Philippines to investigate and report the conditions there Senator Morgan says that the time has not yet arrived to com mence the work but that he believes this move will ultimately result in millions 4f negroes emigrating to the Philippines and there working out their own salvation CHAIRMAN HULL of the House Military Affairs com mittee is quoted as saying- I am very much impressed with the arguments of the Lmisville committee for a Kentucky camp site and per nmnoiit arni3y station 7 Xt is impossible to forecast whit vill be done and it would be improper for me to attempt to forecast the action of committee or House but I must say that we appreeiate the force of the claims whichihave been made for Kentucky and the State can rely upon get ting full consideration of its claims r As a result of the double header convention at Dan ville last week many good Democrats of that judicial district are askingthemselves the old question where are we at EDITOR D O Groff of the Tessamine News hasannounc ed himself as a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party MRS JULIA DENT GRANT widow of GencraIGrantlate- President of the United States passed away at her home in Washington City Sunday ITS a dull day whe South America can not start something interesting and exciting CiFiBraweriCo LEXINGTON Ty Ii i4iy Holiday Furniture For gift giving has grpwnlj more popular each year and is always acceptable because it is always useful At no time in our experience have we shown a vast collection of Furniture suitable for Holiday Gifts We are unjmatchedalisLyleso- fWeathered j i Oak 7 l Furniture c jMORRIS p LTABOURETTES LIBRARY AND P An LOn TABLES LL jDeskst Chairs Fire Screens at moderate J5 t iprices- jFuriitureCar i o fcs Wall Pa per Draperies Wood Man- teLC1F1BroerQo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON ZL Ifptt THE fact that lifeAof the country school teacher is a hard one was impr sed upon us last Saturday when wje saw dozens of these noble men and women braving the storm the rain and the mud and com ing miles to draw their salaries for which they had la JjpredfcSQJiard To one who experienceFmay seem a pleasant past time But any biohaied itfcnbws its no joke Teaching school is not just sitting in the house six hourd a day and drawing asalary of lifty dollars per mon thoIt means going in sbmcj caself many miles each day through all kinds of weather and over all kinds of roads It means hard work drilling arithmetic and other tilings as incomprehensible into the thick heads of urchins of all ages and sizes It means heartachqs and brain aches It also means control ling your temper when you want to do murder besides many other things too numer ous to mention And after all is said it means to get out and go about forty miles some rainy cold Saturday to draw the pay the State allows you Partof the pay or one of the perquisites of the position is the knocking of the patrons about the teachers failing to do his duty This kind usu ally comes second hand As a rule the school teachers life is hard arid the poorest would riot be over paid if his salary was doubled THE September term of the Court pf Appeals will come to an end today when the court will adjourn to meet again on January 5 Judges Guffey White and DuRelle whose terms of office expire today will be succeeded by the thre- ePniatreeently elected It isfhought that before the adjournment the case of Jim Howard pending before the court on appealwill be re versed J3ov BECKHAM will make his formal announcement for n min3tHlli as Governor one day this week This will come as good news to all Dem 5crats L T J In The Paper Boshes Again The Lexington Democrat of Sunday contained the following item which will be of interest here The gentle man referred to is Mr Thomas C Adams of this city who has hall n good deal of experience in journalism and proves himself a very capable quill pusher The Arrow the popular new week ly paper recently started by Mr William T Harrison is rumored to have been sold to Mr Adams formerly of ilichmond Ky Mr Adams is at present editorin chief of the Arrow and should he be fortunate enough to get the paper he has the best wishes for success for the new enterprise Stock Sales About 2000 cattle on the market The quality was only medium With the exception of a ew yearling steers no really firstclass cattle for Trade was brisk and snappy and pricesI a shade higher lOoOlb steers at 425 900 to lOOOlb steers S375 to I year lings toto S425 heifers 3 to 325 cows 2 to 3 cents Bulls 2J cents old cows and rough oxen 1J to 2 cents While the day was a very wet one a good croVd nt the pens with buyers plenty and anxious to do business We have rarely seen sales as brisk as they were MondayMt Sterling Gazette Itchiness ol the Skin and Eczema thatWnatJon any part of the body that is abso lutely safe and never failing is Doans Ointment Free samples at B L Mid deltons Drug store Dec 24th A BookSchcmc A bookagent who haS been talking the country school teachers into buying a qo tly reference book is meeting wfthimucli trouble in his iounds The teachers say his scheme is to sell them the book and take their notes for it with a written promise that if the book is not satisfactory by Dec 15 they can conic to the County Superintendent Mid get their notes back But he heads that off by discounting the notes in bank and the teachers have to pay thetri whether or no The teachers are getting on to this and theres trouble in the land Teachers us well as others slicktonguedagfor the unwary Dont sign any nottc or obligations for strangers Nine timesoutbf ten they turn up in the binds of a third party innocent purchasers and you lose your recourse and have them to pay whether yon hatvalue received or notWinc- hes1TM4 I a T liittle Tycoon wilUbe given by the Elks and a number of our ladicp the latter part of this month and will provo one of the most erijoyable1 features of the holidays The unnsic will be furnished by our verybestlocaLtalenUThe thriceweekly seheralsam improving all the singers Tbe to r cpmpOEed of qur chief theat Tit fpir onsj JwillTio doubt render th play in highly creditable manner and akrtmberof ladles will take tho IcadingToles the Interest will be doubly increased The play Is a satire on the folly of American girls marrying titled foreigners simply for their titI snnd Interspersed with keen witticism A lanoportion of the funds will be de voted by tho Elks to charity so let everyone as soon as tho date is fixed make arrangements to be present and- assista good cause We will also add that drawing card will be the name of weetjyoungsingerbowiIltaka MATRIMONiAL KOYPIEECK Mr Oscar Roy and Miss Ida Pierce of the Buckeye neigh boyhood will be married in this city today KIKBYREID On last Saturday morning MrTM Kirby of Rice Sta hon Estill county and Mrs Rosa Reid Doylesville tins county were unit ed in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev Horace G Turner at his residence on Fifth streetS- WEAUIKGKBMANSFJKLD On Mon day December 15 Mr Byron C Swear inger of Siduey Ohio and Miss Nan nie B Mansflold of Silver Creek were married at the home of Mr Sifried on Orchard street The ceremony was performed by Rev Hugh McLellan BKUCEBOLTOV The marriage of Miss Bessie Bolton to Mr J W Bruce took place at the home of the brides mother on East Main street this morning at half past five oclock Rev Hugh McLellan of the Christian church offi ciated Immediately after the ceremo ny Mr and Mrs Hruce left for Cynthia na to spend a few days with his parents The bride who is the daughter of Mrs Mary Bolton is an attractive yonng lady and has a large circle of admiring friends Mr Bruce is a young man of sterling qualities is sober and indus trious During the few months he has resided here he has made a large number of friends who ext nd their con gratulations and good wishes to him and his bride DEATH KELLER Edward C Keller died at his residence in Paris Wednesday at 7 a m of heart disease He had been ill for about four months Mr Keller was assistant roadmaster for the L NIt and one of our best citizens He was kindhearted generous and popular and his friends were legion He leaves a wife formerly Miss Buckley of Richmond and two children His funeral took place Friday morning at the Catholic church services being conducted by Rev E A Burke The remains left Paris for Lexington on a special train accompanied by the Paris Lodge of Elks The pallbearers were Percey Jones John ODay A J Fee H J Santen P I McCarthy AJ Gorey J J Groche and F B Carr Paris Democrat HUXLEY Mr Charles Hunley died at his residence on Second street early Friday morning at the age of seventy nine years In his passing away our city has lost one of its oldest and most respected citizens He had been in wretched health for some time but a sudden cold which settled on his lungs caused his immediate death Mr Hun ley was a native of Fayette county but moved to this city about twentytwo years ago and engaged in the livery business in which he was most suc ceestul accumulating enough of this worlds goods to rAtire from business Deceased was a widower his wife who was before her marriage Miss Mary Keiser having preceeded him to the grave several years The funeral serv ices wore held at the residence on Sat urday afternorti and his remains were taken to Lexington Sunday morning for interment He leaves three chil dren Miss Addie and Mr WiJl Hunley of this city and Mr Ed Hunley of Oklahoma also a number of grand children to all of whom the sympathy of the community is extended ESTILLMajor Jonathan kT Estill died at his home near Fort Estilli Saturday night alter an illness of sev eral weeks He had been in a critical condition for several days and his death was hourly expected Rev Hugh McLellan conducted the funeral at the Christian Ohnrch Monday af ter which the burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery With the passing of Major Estill another link is broken in the chain that binds us with the pioneer days of Kentucky He was born on the 17th day of February 1820 the son of Col Wallace Estill one of the most prominent citizens of the county in his day All who are familiar with the history of Kentucky know well the story of his grandfather Capt James Estill the founder of Estill Station who fell in the battle with the Indians at Little Mountain near Mt Sterling Major Estill reprerented a type that is fast disappearing Before the war his home was noted as one of the most hospitable in the county In a time when all the gentlemen of his class had the time the money and the inclination to entertain lavishly none enjoyed it more than Le and when like many others his fortune was reduced he still had the inclination and loved to have his friends about him He was a gentleman of the old school and even in his advanced age with the weight of years of years upon him he retained the courtly bearing that mark ed him as different from the orllinarvman Major Estill leayes two daughters and one son Mrs John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Estill Francis of Bourbon county and Col Wallace Estill of Fayette E Deatherage Co have every thing needed for a firstclass Christmas dinner Give them a call 70 CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure1 E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Vell lo cated Apply to Thurman 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 fcptn our stock we cant give a listxri the things we have and wouldnt if we could because Wwftrit you to call and see tf L E Lane The A 0 C 01 It A kidney education starts with Backache means kidney ache lame back means lamn kidneys weak back back means weak kidneys cure meads tlilfreeat B L Middeltons Drug Store Dec 24th dao 102t 100 Reward The readers of tins paper will be pleased to learn that thorn is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and OareIsbeingconstitutional treatment Halls Ca actigdirectly destroyinggiving the patient strength by building- up the constitution and assisting na proprietors hundreddollarsSend for list of testimonials ToledoOhioSold by all druggists 76c Halls ilyPilto are the beet 2m 44 i j At The Grand Opera House It seemed tobe the unanimous ver dict that it was one of the most enjoy able ana most wonderful musical en tertainments evergiven in any Lyceum Course and were they to come again it is doubtful whether the Grand Opera House large as it is would be large ostppLGrand Dec 29 Despite several other attractions in the city Tara Hall was well tilled last night on the occasion of the concert given by The Boston Ladies Symphony Orchestra The entertainment was the finest that has been heard here for years and the orchestra won golden opinions Every member is a soloist of premier quality and the ensemble was perfect At the Grand December 29 A MillIonaire Tramp The Greatest Dramatic hit of recent years To be seenthe great church sCene The old hotel The country opera house The village depot To be heardThe choir of the church of the Holy cross Tha song of the Christmas revelers Nothing like it ever presented Something so very different To night Dec 17 An Amusing Incident While playing in a town in Central Tennessee recently the Millionaire Tramp ccimpanv had among its audi tors an aged darky named Mose Mose was deeply interested in the play but his whole soul was centered in the experiences of the darky character Abe In the third act Abe starts out to celebrate Christmas ore and incidentally gets on board more gin than he can curry While in this condition he is approached from behind by a supposed ghost in the person of a tramp Abe stutters stammers and eventually becomes unable to speak through fright his knees and hands tremble and he displays all the signs of his great fear Old Mose watched all this with wido open eyes and astonishment When finally the scene neared its cli max old Moss could stand it no lon ger and bellowed out in a deep bass voice What you all steered of nig gab dat aint no ghost dats dat dn tramp Suffice it to say that the nig ger in front got a bigger laugh than the one on the stage At the Grand tonight From now on all other tramps are warned to keep away from this town we are saving our welcome for A Millionaire Tramp For The Public Good In another part of this paper appears an advertisement worthy the reading as its for the public good It tells of a free distribution of DoanA Kidney Pills a remedy for Kidney Ills Read- it and call at B L Middeltons Drug- Store Dec 24th dccl02t RELIGIOUS The regular monthly meeting of the Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will be held this afternoon at threeoclock in the lect ure room of the church Going West Moses Speakes and family lately of Wilkes county North Carolina passed through this city Thursday lJeade for the wild and woolly west where he hopes to find his fortune Speaks turnout was one of the queerest that has been seen on our streets for some time and attracted no little attention during the stay here The small coy ered wagon was drawn by two small steers The wagon contained besides his wife and eight or nine children a few peices of furniture and cooking utensils A cow two calves and the customary yellow dog which followed were really about the only dejected members of the party After a short stay they turned their faces steadfastly to the setting sun and when last seen were well on their way to Lexington Speakes said that he had decided some months ago to go West and find a new home and so about six weeks since after disposing of his farm and household goods he gathered up his family and started He came through Virginia and entered Kentucky at Cumberland Gap This much of the trip was made without accident but the wagon looked as if it would not stand many more miles Speaks seemed to have no definite idea as to his destination but seemed to think that in the West he could have a home for the asking The Lexington papers of Monday stated that Speaks had played in lard luck since reaching there having lost his cattle and what little money he had A cliaritable or ganization of that city took charge of the family and furnished them food and shelter Itching Piles Any one who suffers from that terrible plague Itching Piles or from Ecze ma appreciate the immediate relief and permanent cure that comes thiongh use JJoans Ointment It never fails Free samples at B L Middeltons Drug Store Dec 24 2t PAINT LICK Dr Casenburg is out again after several days Illness Mrs C F Higcins visited Mr and Mrs William Wallace last week Mrs Alice Francis and children of Corbin are visiting Mrs J B Francis Mr Olelland Terrill and son Givens with his family have moved to Okla homa Mrs Patsey Engleman has bought the property of Mr Jack Adams and will occupy it next year Miss Jennie Wallace in connection with the people of Fairview church will give an entertainment and Christ mas tree at the church Monday Mr Ike Arnold has rented the hotel now occupied by Mr J C Siler and will take possession January l Mr Arnold is an energetic man and lila wife a fine house keeper and under their management it will ba first class hostelry Much success to you ArnoldMrs Ballard daughter Mr William Todd died at lien home near here Sunday morning We would ex press ourtenderest sympathy tor the stricken husband and little daughter and for the sorrowing parents brothers ana sist rsand affectionately com mend them to the Father pf all mercies in the assurance that Be will not fail them in this trying experience MissElveree Wallace the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 T Wallace will be married to Mr Boyce Bell a successful farmer of Charlotte N 0 on December 23 They will leave at once for the home of time groom where an elegant reception will beglv n them by his sister Miss Mary Ramsey wilt Live a linen shower in honor of the bride on Thursday and MrsJ L RobinsOnwlflentertain the bnidaLp ty atdnnsr pa Monday evening p 1 1rft r firing in v uro U jsrift ana tronserS and have them cIeiiid and pressedlby the new process fI 1 irOUFFEU J mLIiIEim Jallorst Dr HobsonJ dentist next door to Government buildfiig 4 If tf RichmondjKy C M Wisemm Son Leading Jewelers of Louisville hare just gotten out n New Catalogue embracing every thing1 In the Jeso1ry li i If you wtnta handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reasonable priceS write lor rcatal ju ii 132W Market itneet LQCville Kyv n 1 nov52mo GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons H J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Stops the Counrh and Works oS the Curd Laxative Broma Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure nol pay Price 25 cents Solid Sliver Ware Solid silver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf 1 E lane for Rent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good sta ble and garden Apply to dec3 if GiiOrgeD Simmons Strayed or Stolen Fruit my place about three weeks ago a pale red dishorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of sam to undersigned tf Ben HON Richmond Ky Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others Notice tfFarole Notice is hereby given that Dock White convicted in the Madison Cir cuit Court and now serving his term in the penitentiary will apply bra parole at the neit meeting of the Board of Prison Commissioners the first Tuesday in January John F Wager- sii7iVG8TO Mr Socrates Maupin sold to J H Harris 5l acres of lied for 300 Miss Nannie Venablo entertained a number of her young friends at her borne Friday evening Mr R W Boulware was kicked by a horse breaking aim of time bones in his right hand mmi iDIl r s Salt Spicey Baxter c PUr againstFeUding tc Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By Tlrtue of a Judgmmt and Order or Sate ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the December term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Jan 5 03 Between the hours ot II oclock a m and 12 oclockm at the Coul t House Door in Rich mond Madison county Ky being January County Court Day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described prcperty viz A Tract of Land Situated in Madison cunty Ky containing 367 acres being a part cf the 4801 acres more or less adjoining the bads of Wm Bently the Lucas land sold to A J McQnirn the 50 acres entered by Uriah Malic ry now Lucas 11 31 Penniman Baxter and llosklni ic Less the 10 acres belonging to Wm Shearer and the 731 acres belonging to Miller which are not sold under this Judgment all of which boundaries as specifically set forth in the judgment herein to which reference is hereby givenrEaMssale will be uade on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give good bond with approved security for the payment oUhe purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien served upon said until all the pur chase money is paidS E SCOTT 17de3t M CAI CC Q mi iD n rS 1 1 Mary Jarman Million c Pit against D M ChenaultComt Dod Jarman Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof 1902 in time above style cause the undersigned will on Friday Jan 2 1903 Between the hours of 11 oclock am and 12 oclock mou the premises con taming the OGJ aero tract in Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sae to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Tract Of Land In Madison county Ky containing GGJ acres bounded by the Glade Church lot the William Chancy land Dr Cornelius Cyms Moore Sliver Creek Chastines line etc 2nd The timber tract detached contains 18 68100 acres adjoining Wm BengaThe is divided into 2 tracts by the Berea and Kingston pike These two Jrncts will first be sold separately asTilso the 18 68100 acre tractand thou all three will be sold as a whole and the bid or bids realizing the most money will be accepted TERMS Sale will be made on a- croditofCand 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for payment of time purchase money to have the force and effect ota Judgment beaming legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S SCOTT Iat M OMCq Meat dishes JO cents fdch ont half JjnllonbucketB 5 cents ecch iieeo cents per pound Uxs GEST STORED i Next door to Government Bfdg Coal and Feed We have added Hay Corn and n 1eedtUff to our Joal Business onI fA8ponAVenno and are furnish the citizens of Richmond and goods1riiwprices We handle both the Jelllco and lItu k Prompt servi- cnfuIljg12Giyeusa call I GoalCoj- JJtCK FREEMAN Mgr Telephone tSJJ i ndr2G3mo Public Sale As executor of the estate of my father Geo M Will ging Ir Coffer afc Public wale to the hiihesLandbestb- idder on I atray3oabr 1 he entire stock consisting of Wall Paper Window- S adesr Pictures Mirrors Mouldings Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Etc The stock can be examined by prospective buyers by applying to the undersigned and will until date of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buyersTerms made known on day of sale P L Willging Executor 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 Wedding Presents cannot fail to delight both giver and recipient YEAGEK has 015 display a beauti ful collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE- and many other timings to delight the eye F J YE4GER SECOND STREET Your Old- Kentucky Home We are not going to tell yon theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than in the west or Southwest Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R Rr The Worlds Pair Line To the Dea av Sowtst Tickets on sale first and third upto1903 ASK USgFOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T POA Louis villeKvu BERNHARD LOWENTHAt Maker of Fine Furs x You are cordially invited to visit my new i Pur PiI1lflJwst i iI1 fffHWhen iif Lexington wfiJther you buyor not If you contemplate buying tir ordering anything in the FUR line I am sure e you as DIY Stock of Fur Garments Scaifs Boas Muffs Etc is com SpetLui at dricos much lower than elsewhere in the State OliFur Garments q Ecmodeled repaired and redyednt unusually low prices and each garment receives its written guarantee My New line oftailor StyleWorkmuishipVery Bf h I BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Oldest and Only Pradilcal Furrier f C 11fl Central Kentucky Mai orders receive prompt attention 357 JMXtllerB WMa in jet rj Lexington KV ehnJ i H saah LUCILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have we shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now place be fore your critical view It is a much larger and stronger aggregation than has ever graced our racks besides embracing a greater number of genuine Novelties and Fetchy Effects But the pretty part of these pretty goods is the prettiness of the prices our figures being guaranteed to show a lower average by from 15 to 35 per cent than those quoted by other houses for exactly the same goods I c j kETYORWN EfES BE THE JUDGE 1 XMAS 1Q02 LADIES UNION SUITSMade of pule yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in bow at front 25 cents each I Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents 1 Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods OWEN MCKEE GRAET OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRflUS LEXINGTON KY J sI- Ii Owing to I the continued warm weather we are badly I OVERSTOCKED IN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY I5 t Most BeautifO1EJL t Hr Line of Fall dS ever displayed in Richmdndfczt bet 0found at my Ii nOr The BestIi 1 and most up to date markets in the United States have be ts ghe with the result thattodayno LHb n tJjirvryi If r tii in Central Ky can1 out class our vast emporium My prices as well as my line of goods will please fr 7 II The Millinery Departfflent IS in prticular first class and you can seelthebutitul all tyle by calling at my store Give me a 5all before going elsewhere rfr t f tit iE i SMITHAj lasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE i I jXMAS Candies Fruits Iuet flour e Richmond Climax IKESDAY DEC 17 1902 looms for rent apply Mrs Sallle arksep O4f C Wiies1 Xmas display is a dec 103tr uy you girl a shower stick if L E Lane he eruptive hospital at Lexington ieJ the last patient having leen irged n account ofun extra heavy et the Circuit Court was compelled U over to thIs week Kanawha Salt at L R tons oct JSrri ilgitE C Wines drug stofc and laudsome stock of Christmas dec 103t ie backet of coal will last twenty hors in one of D B Shackelfords Coals airtight stoves ere ia some talk of a Blue Gross f ii being formed Editor Vat i tle promoter of the plan Ltrit two hundred live turkeys stolen from Jake Graves Jr ate nrg ono night last week all up Letcher 4k Witt for Red JlIco Alnite and Kentucky L d etc Phone 142 declOSn et us make that old suit look like by new process TOITFEB MAHLER Tailors he young people of the Methodist ih will organize an Epworth uc this evening after prayer meet 5 U hard brick for sale at f8 per san 1 by D C Wiggins Bro In at New Opera House or grocery fIJlstreEt oct29tf Pte city council of Winchester has id an ordinance forbidding the use II fire wcrks on the streets and walks of hat town ee our handsome line ot samples iere goods before you buy your nut or overcoat Prices right STOUEFEn MAULER Tailors ring in your jewelry taste We satisfy it If L E Lane Rehearsals for the Elks opera are j held three times ft week It is d that all will ba ready for its ration about the middle of Jan is a good thing that Adam got to raise cain to teed the cattle op Thurman or they would have all dead befire now and their hides d have been lost Vgcrts of the Southern Mutual In aeut Company will hold a conven in Lexinton in January It is cted that over a hundred men from per the country will be in attend he Christmas number of the Lex n Herald which appeared Sunday leeJa wirk of art as well ass newsy and interesting sheet and- 86ns of great enterprise on the of the editors and publishers ne Presbyterian church at fich iPc rewjnlly had a narrow es ifrJin bfiug destroyed by Ire h was firrt discovered in the base n lIS supposed lo have caught the furnace 4loss of about was the result A citizpn was heard to make an llnnt reraark on the street the r day said a Fulton man accord o the Daily Record He raid his tibor was speaking to him about heavy expense connected with rigs family and a3ked Dont Ind it BJ So I use my wifes erfora furnace her feet fora gprator her company uianuerifor r and then we htive tongue all ear round you see my expense very light L R Blanton is sole it for Wilton Jellico coal 13mo pricsbears11 r L E Lane atFraBos ECThe Business Collegesof this State Wilburthe Stfenceriah rt Louisville are two ot theprlnclpal one named The Itatliant Home airtight stove atD B Shackelford Co burns any- casaof coal and the bowl is guaranteed for four years Your attention Is called to the Christinas advertisement of the Racket store which will be found on the first page of todays CLIMAXV iveepjourilinoney at nomewnen you want asiiit madetorder Tit guaranteed STOUFFER MAULER Tailors James Squaw a discharged soldier recently returned from Manila was found dead in a buggy near Maysvilltx It is thought he was frozento death while in an intoxicated condition We wish to call especial attention to the advertisement of Mr Owen Mc Kee in this weeks edition Read it carefully every line and then give them a call at their store on the corner of Main and Firs and see if they cant interest you j j Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send par ticulars to R K Kelley Baird build j jug Kansas City Mo and see what he will give you forit l1IIototonlr KELLEY Patronize me industry by buying the Big Hill Coal Cos coal Xetcher Witt agents Also best Jcllica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m The best quality of illuminating oil has been found in the Raglan fields at a depth of K0 feet It Issaid10 rival thePefinpylvania and WestVir giniaroil In pufity OBrien and Whitney the murderers of Mr All Chinn at Lexington have been denied a new trial by Judge Parker and the time set for their execution is February 13 The large glass fi out to Mr W D Old hams handsome new store has been put in1 and the building is beginning to takoon quite a finished ap pearance and is one ot Itichmonds handsomest structures Winchester is to have a spoke and handle factory This has been much talked of lately but il is now an astor ed thing as the money necessary has been raised The site for the building has not been selected yet This industry will employ twenty or thirty hands and will be quite an addition to Win chester A sentimental editor out in Kansas asks Are there any sweeter words in the English language than I love you Pernaps not but the words Heros that dollar I owe you on subscription are not lacking in delight tnt enunciation to the ears of a news paper man Mr E Selby Wiggins of this city lies been appoiuted time keeper at tIm L A Machine shops Mr Wiggins is an industrious and moral young man and in choosing a good man the railroad officials could hardly make a better selection Call at E C Wines drug store and select your Christmas present now and avoid the rush declO3t The Van DykeEaton Co which is at the New Opera House for all of this week is one of the strongest rep rto le companys that has over played here Monday night they opened their en gagement with strong drama A Lions Heart which was well produced The specialties by Messrs Butt Cronsel and Frank Emmons Fred Slamsfield Miss Gardner nnd Wilson were all good and very much enjoyed by the audience which on account of tho miserable night was not as large as itwould have en otherwise Last nights bill was the Crisiswliichicame up to the usually high stan1 rdof this excellent company Run Over Charles Yates an employe of the L A railroad was run over by an en gins and badly injured at Irvine one day last week Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds and at all prices are a feature of our stosk tf L E Lane Movtd BluegrassFurnlture Company W F Smltson manager has nioved into one of the handsome Xnew rooms of the IO 0 Ffbuilillng The houte formerly occupied by Mr Smitson will be moved down B street to the lot back of tho Grand Opera house D B Shackelford Co agents for Moors Air tight stoves J E Oeatherage Co L Here Is The Place J v l Lft To find just what yburneed jor you Christmas dinner J Wp hayethe freshest and bestgoods that can be- secured and dour 1iuevas never more complete than now Oranges Lemons 0JrpplCandies s Bananas Fitts Dates and hundreds of other things to numerous tomen tion We are anxiou tosupply the ingredients for fS7 OX actc a J Our stock is freslianci cheap Order your supply for Christmas early so that wecan give that careful atten tion which we demand for our cus tomers E Deatherage ie6 llf f In Hb New Quartet Mr Louis J Schickel our popular hisbandsonuerecently erected on Third street lirfstnus money percentteachers last Saturday so that nil might have a dollar or two for Christmas Ralpitj Mr 11 F Kennedy who was elected magisterialtion handed In his resignation to county Judge Turpin Wednesday Strayed About one week ago a black sow with one or two white spots on body veight about 250 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned W G POWELL New Military purchasedtheowned by Mrs Mann on East Main street and having added greatly to the completelineSchools dosing Quite a number of county school teachers have finished their work and expirebeforewhose schools were closed on occount of scarlet fever will have to work through the month of January Bat of the Season Mr B Jou tt received the following telegram yesterday morning OperaHouseMillionaire Tramp played here last Performance Affirmed The Court of Appeals last Friday affirmed the judgment of the Madison IgoagainstIrviue cuit court several months ago to prove the validity of the title to a tract of land transferred to Mr Green Igo by Col Irvine For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located In Estill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine 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 Wreck on th Southern A double header freight train was Shelbyiteen cars loaded with staves and other freight were derailed TA11 traffic was delayed during the day causing the East bound trains on the L A to ar rive about two hours late Brakeman Killed While engaged in coupling cars Mon day afternoon on the L N road be tween Winchester and Paris John Kennedy brakeman was caught between two cars and badly crushed He was taken to St Josephs Hospital at Lexington but died the following morning from the effects of his Injuries New Boat Capt J M Thomas has had a new gasoline boat built at Cincinnati for use in the riyer It is 70 feet long and 18 feet broad with an engine of 30 horse- Power It is named the J M Thomas and cost 3000 It will be used in connection with work for the Forl Lum ber Co and will have a speed of eight- milesan hour up strean and twelve miles aii hour down stream Another Coal Yard A new coal yard is soon to be open ed up by Mr Edgar Blanton He will be ready for the trade about January 1 at the yard near the Louisville and Atlantic railroad He will handle the Beattyville coal Mr Blanton has for sometime past been the book keeper forD H Myers Lumber Com pany In his new bustness venture his inanylriends wish him great sue cess Two Scraps Jesse Hale and Gui Hopper got into a difficulty on First street Friday night luring which Hopper was badly cut iii time abdomen He was taken to a surgeon at once to have his wounds dressed and was found to be seriously bpt not fatally injured Thasamo night Forrest Pratt was stabbed by Leon Turner colored boy Goth offenders appeared in the City Court Saturday morning hut their caes vera rcfeired to the Grand Jury Killed Two Stem Tho reckless shooting of hunters caused the death of two valuable steers belonging 10 Mr David Chenault on his farm near town a few days ago Mr Chcnauli wits away at the time and did not know of his loss until it was too late to find the trespassers Mr Chen ault is usually ono of the most patient men in the world but he confesses that it worries him to have careless hunters enter Ida farm and killa hundred dollars worth of cattle without even thanking him for the prl v ill ge Sun life No More The Sun Life Insurance Company of Louisville passed out of existence Saturday when a deal was made trans fatting all tho business to the Metropolitan of New York Both Compan ics are represented here but there will theIhW always done a big business here The company was organized in Lonis vile in 1890 and when absorbed by the Metropolitan bad 187000 policy hold ers The yeMen given for the retire uiiit9f the company is that under the wVconstitution of Kentucky the taxes have always eaten up the profits New Through Car Lines from Memphis to the Pa dflrCoast the Rock Island System Choctaw I Oklahoma Gulf railroad havo estab lished through personally conducted tbnrJBt sleeping car lines to California and Portlan Oregon The California car leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 0OC a m Little Rock 1hiip m South MoAlester I T 1050 p m samo day Oklahoma City 240 a m Wednesday El Reno 840 am arriving El Paso Texas Thursday morning Los Angeles Friday morning and San Francisco Satur day morning The Portland Oregon car leaves Memphis every Thursday on the same schedule arriving Denver 730 Satur lay morning Ogdjen Sunday morning MU Portland Monday morning jiL Miss Dykes at Orbilk MIfsMinnie WlIlianiAmbslerRemember the date December 28 In Operation Again The W S Hume Distillery at silver recentlYdestroyec1by itisprovement Work ws begun Monday morning The capacity of the present structure is four hundred barrels Gone to Pewee Valley Captain Robert B Terrill well known all over this county left Mon day morning for Pewee Valley when he will become an inmate of the Con federate Home It will be a source of pleasure to all of his comrades to know he will be so comfortably situated and daytinDisfigured His Features Charles Reeves met with a painful accident at the brrrel factory Saturday morning and asa consequence will probably be laid up for some days IItl was working one of tho machines when a hoop broke and flew up cutting a gash several inches across his face His friends nflof whom sympathizd with him In his misfortune hope to see see him out soon Pay lor SoldiersbThe members of tucky regiment will be paid the bal SpanisoDecember 10 The members of that company residing in this city are requested to report there on that day Those who have friends whwere in that company should notify them to be on hand The nearest relatives cf soldiers dead or missing can draw this money by making affidavit before the proper officer of the fact This distri bution will be held in the county court room at 10 oclocktCall and see our line of candies nuts oranges lemons and bananas bu fore making your Christmas purchases We have the best goods on the market E Deatberage Co rublic SalebIn order to close out a partnership business we will offer at public sale en Tuesday Dec 30 1002 at 10 oclock the following personal property consisting of horses buggies and harness Nine good livery horses four steel tire buggies one rubber tire buggy good as new one surrey one phaeton one buck board good as new seven sets bngy harness III firstclass condition one good set of double surrey harness one good saddle eight winter lap rugs eight horse blankets one surrey pole ono Ohio Pony cutting box been usjd very little office furniture and other articles to numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale dec72t DUNCAN PAKHISII A Bargain In Coffins Wilson Shrewsbury carry the most complete line of general merchandise in Ohio county This week we espec tally call yorir attnhiion to our collins caskets and shrouds Our line is upto date PJlces reasonable We can fur nish you a childs coffin nicely trim med as low as 4 50 Wo are putting out a beautiful broadcloth casket with extra fine trimming at 35 that usual ly sells for 65 This is the swellust thing ever shown in this part of the country Our 25 coffin is a priise The thumb screws and escutchens used in this job are the kind generally in 50 jobs Remember we have onit of the prettiest hearses in these parts which will go auvwhere day or night Nowis tho time for the people of Fords ville to die if they want bargains Adv Fordsville Independent Frasa Bros have a fresh line of black cake supplies Give them a call A Success Time first of the Lyceum course tinder the able management of Mestrc Elmer Deatherageand C E Woods was the reading on last Friday evening by Katharine Eggleston whose sub ject was When Knighthood was in Flower Noth withstanding it was greetedIHer talent is wonderful and shows sign of cultivation which well nich reaches perfection Her audience uf s held as in a trance and all wine sorry when she was through Mesirp Deathcrage Woods are to be heartily congratulated on having secured stud an entertainment and if thlsis a fore runner of the remainder of the course then Richmond people may indued look forward to rare treats Shot and Killed Henry Letcher a well known you lie colored man was shot and killed at Sam Pattons place on Irvine street Saturday night It is said that a party consisting of Henry Letcher John No land Clarence Walker and several ol their kind had met at Pattons form game of cards They had with them Sam Wilson of Paint Lick who had returned that day from Louisville where he had sold his tobacco Wilson win known to have about f450 on his person After the game had been going on for some time a dispute arose during which Letcher was shot and instantly killed By the time the officers readied the place Wilson Lad disappeared It Is not known certainly who fired the fa tal shot but Wilsons friends claim fiat if he did it it was done In self defense as it is thought the dispute win bronght up for the purpose of robbing him Letcher was unarmed at the time Pardon Will Be Asked rot One of the most touching scenes ever witnessed in our court house was that Saturday when Cassius Graves fas sentenced to two years in time penlten tiary for horsestealing By Graves side sat his young wife and two Ihtle boys When the verdict was read both Graves and his wife began to weep and the judge in expressing his sym puthy for her and the little boys broke down completely that time there was not a dry eye inLe room for the jury officials and attorneys all led in and none were ashamed of their tears A petition was put into circula fortbeIwas a Lr ago in Missouri and brought hero for trial For some years be bad the rpm tation ot being a bad roan but after leaving this county he went west and settled down Since his marriage he has lived a quiet life and has been do inj well Hd was arrested onauold charge of several years standing Are you going to make a black cake for ChrlstinaV If so let us fariiish the ingredients vtfe have the freshen i and the beet that canbe ecured I IDMhersged At hcp cnts Hall The Kirksville baud will give a min strel at Shepherds Hall next Saturday trainingfortertainment is promised The curlain will rise at 730 p m- Rebeceas Triumph Rebecca Triumph given by some of the young ladies of Madison Institute atthe Grand Opera House Dec 13 was firstclass in every respect and was greatly injoyed bv evtry one pres ent Many of those who attended and many who were not present have requested that It be repeated Coming to the brand Saturday Dec 27 The great Jules Gran Comic Opera Co for two per formances matinee Smith Herberts great scenic production The Wizard of the Nile evening performance CapitanSeatsVines drug store Matinee prices 25 50 75 and I sight prices SOc to 150 thowIt is only one week now unjil Chris mas and time churches as well as In dividaals are busy getting ready for the happy occasion The Methodist church is preparing to have a large Wigwam on the evening of the twenty fourth Quite an Interesting program consisting of songs speeches etc has een made out and will be rendered y the pupils of the Sunday School The First Presbyterian church has arranged to have a Christmas party for tho children The lower room will be prettily decorated and Saint Nicholas will be among the invited euests This will be given in the afternoon of the twenty fourth The Sunday school of the First Christian church which has had quite a contest on for some time between the Reds and Blues wilt give a supper too the victorious side while the defeated ones will act as walters In short Christmas entertainment will the form of a very swell banquet which will be enjoyed by all the Sunday schoolMhave a tree but will use their funds to send to the hentnen which is certainly most Godlike way to celebrate His irtlm day The Second Christian church on East Main street will have a tree fortthe children and this as a rule a source of treat enjoyment to tho little ones limit CourtdThere has been very little done in the circuit court during the weekas four days were taken up with the trial of the Hcnsley boys who were charged with robbing Samuel Hunter The case was called Tuesday After examining about forty witnesses the arguments consumed a whole day Four strong speeches were made Messrs B A Crntcher and J Tevis Cobb for the Common wealth and Judge Carlo Little and Mr W B Smith for the defense The case went to the jury Friday afternoon and after being out several hours reported an agreement Impossible It is said tbo jury stood five for conviction and three for acquittal Much interest was attracted to the case on account of the large numberofwitnesseafromClay county belonging to the Howard and Baker factionsOn afternoon the case of Cash Graves charged with horse steal it g was called and the jury after hearing the evidence brought in a verdict of two years in the penitentiary Owing to the time consumed in time Hensley case Judge Benton called a special term of court which began Monday The case of John Laffoon Whose trial during the first term resul ted in a hung jury will becalled again today 65 indictments were returned being the largest number that has been issued for several terms Jessie Smith was given three years HarIveyPERSONAL Attorney JR Bush was in Stanford last week Mrs H G Turner will spend tomor row in Lexington Mr Joint R Gibson Is spending a few days in Somerset Mr John A Mershon was in Irvine last week on business Mr Willie Mills of Louisville is vis iting friends in this city Mrs L J Jrazepof Lexington Is visiting friends in the city Miss Margaret Miller is visiting Miss Elizabeth Hudson in Lancaster Mr Jennings Greonleaf was n guest of friends in Lexington Saturday MrsW S Montgomery of Lexington was the guest of relatives hero last weekMr C H Maupin of Station Camp visited relatives here several days last weekMiss Belle Graves of Versailles was a guest last week of Mrs Neville Mob erleyMiss Carolyn Reldof Mt Sterling Is the guest of her sister Mrs D M Chenault Mr and Mrs B C Swearingen left this morning for Sidney Ohio their fu ture home Mr and Mrs Charles D Miller ere at home from a visit to relatives in VIncenhes Indiana Mrs W J Kemper and fchildren of Denver Col are the guests of Mrs H C James for a few days Miss Alice Ballard has returned to her home in Lexington alter a delightful visit to relatives here Mrs Z T Rice had as her guests on Saturday Mr Guy Davidson and Miss Rosella Gulley of Lancaster Mrs George Denney and Miss Jennie Lusk of Lancaster are the guests ol Mr and Mrs George D White Mr II R Plckels wjio has been in Deland Florida for the past two months returned homo last week Mr CaswelY Tribble of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Dudley Tribble in this city MM A D CqmbsVof Nlchbiasville was the guest of her brotherinlaw I Mr E R Rowland several days Ian week Miss Lee Prather was over lat week from Lexington to attend the marriage of her sister Miss Fannie to Mr Oscaj Parke Prof B4C Adams and wife left Mouday for Guthrie Oklahoma Territory where they will spend about two weeks MrsTOWIllis IB at Richmond at the Bedside of her brother Mr Hugh Flnnell whoIa very illInitrloJ Journal Ira QveVjori HChenanU of Fay alto county jt the pleasant guest ol- Mr ant1M i 7 Jj CtwwwH at Cum II cberland Viewl 71 Miss Mabel Daily who has been time efficient trimmer at Miss Schmidts millinery store has returned to her homo at Carlisle Mrs Van Hook and Miss Cricket Terrill of Hamilton College have ra turned to their duties miller a visit to Mrs H 0 James Miss Hallie Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill county was the guest lastI Tuesday a Wednesday of her sister Mrs Harry Scrivnerj Mr Frank C Groninger a promi nent young attorney of Indianapolis will spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs Ansil D Miller Mrs John Allen and daughter of Carlisle came over Monday night to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J W Ziring at the Glyndon Mr Louis Smith who is working for an electric light company in Cincin nati ishere on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs William Smith MissesCatharine and Pearl Ely of Paint Lick came up Monday to attend e SwearingenMaiislield wedding and- rea the guests of Miss Lettie Swearin gen Mr R L Gentry arrived Saturday from Ohio and West Virginia where tie has been for time past four weeks in the interest of the F H Lawson Co of Cincinnati Miss Nettle Scrivuercame over from Winchester Saturday night to spend Sunday With her sisters Misses Alma and Sue She was accompanied by Miss Lula Slack Misses Margaret and Florrle Chen anil are in Lexington where they villI be bridesmaids at the marriage this evening of Miss Kit Chenault and Mr Harrison SImratl Mrs Samuel Vaughn and baby of Kansas Cilyv Missouri and Airs Sam Tudor of Irvine were guests last week f Mrs Claude Smith Mra Vaughn Was formerly Miss Hallie Tudor ol Irvine 1Mr Joseph Cbennult and little son enry Dillingham went to Lexington week where they will be guests of r and Mrs C D Chenanlt until after the ChenaullSimrall wedding today Mrs S N Moberly is in Lexington laving gone over last week in order to attend the Cotillion there Monday She is also dame of honor at he wedding of Miss Kit Chenault and Mr Harrison Simrall The marriage of Miss Stella West and Mr Gilbert Moore will take place to ay in Nicholasville Misi West who Is quite an attractive young lady is known here where she has frequently been o guest of her uncle Mr Henry L Perry Sundays Lexington Herald con lainednspleldid cut of our former townsman Mr Christopher D Chen ault and also a column writeup which was in every respect a hteh compli ment to Mr Chenault as a gentleman and business man It made us feel proud that ho is a Mndisonian andwe are glad to known lie is meeting with such success and favor in his new home Yesterday aflertoon the ladies of the Baptist church received in honor of Rev and Mrs W H Ryalls who will residelrhIsnity at large but especially to the church of which lip has been pastor for the past three years and with which Mrs Ryalls has identified herself most closely It was through love and appreciation of her that the ladies gave this farewell reception Mr H H Colyor entertained on last Wednesday evening at his home On Lancaster Avenue in honor of Judge Benton of Winchester who is hold log Circuit Court here There is no more popular man in town or county than Mr Colyer and the evening spent with him was one of much pleasure An elegant dinner was served to which all did ample justice Those present were Judge Benton Huns Ben A Crutchor R W Miller J A Sullivan J Tevis Cobb T H Collins D M Chenault Messrs John F Wagers and R W Cclyer The Henderson House was the scene of a brilliant gathering on Thursday evening last the occasion being an en- tertaInment of the bar by Hon J Tevis Cobb About twenty members of the local bar were present as was also Hon J M Benton judge of the circuit court The whole lower floor of the Henderson House wan brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated Witb plants and flowers Time dining room was t Ihtng of beauly the long fable with sparkling china gloss ware sot less linens ann floral decorations presenting a lovely appearance The re PMt was in harmony with the environ mens and such as only Mrs Hender son knows how to prepare The aces sion was in all respects a notable one and the distinguished company spent an evening that will dwell long and enjoyably in memory ThIs evening at eight oclock at the home of the brides parents on Second strent Miss Ollie Smith and Mr Everett Green will ue united in marriage The ceremony will be performed by Rev Hugh McLellan Miss fllittie Gentry and Mr Jeff Irtbble will bo the attendants Immediately after the ceremony an elegant wedding supper will be served The bride is time oldest child and only daughter of Mr and verystrlklnplished as she is handsome and has those attributes of heart and mind that go to make up perfect womnnnood Mn Green fa indeed lo bo congratulated upon having secured such a young lady tor his wife The groom who is a prosperous young farmer is a son of Mr Adam Green and is upright moral and industrious and is1 destined to succeed in this world The marriage ol these young people is the culmfjalion ofa arid happy courtship and Ihe CUMAX joins in with niaiiy friends in wishing them a happy married life fnllof rich blessings The Married Peoples Euchre Club was most charmingly entertained on last Friday evening by Mr and Mrs DlI Chenanlt at their elegant home on Lancaster avenue In accordance with the happy Christmas time now so near at hand the house was beautifully decorated wilh hotly the two colors green and red giving more tone and brilliancy to the assemblage within The house was lighted all over with candles which stopd in rare old brass silver and glass sticks and whose soft mellow lights made everything more beautiful The bust and hostess wore assisted in receiving by Miss Carolyn Reid of Mt Starling Miss Long of Point Pleasant West Virginia and Miss Mary Littlif o this city who added much toibe eaftymeat of all- present Five sty haedsome prixs were offed regalting Ja the ladle prba go4a to Mits Hariitwillie SUb l f OVERCOAT99 c0 7Can be Bought Best From x i Our Big Stock t f MEN AND Of 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 100 Boys Knee Pants 10 to SOc See All Submitted to the Cash Trade a II Take Tablets JSeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months ind thejgentlemans prize to Mr Jo S Juplln Miss MoliieTife won the lone hand prize while the booby rrizes went to Mrs E B Hume and Mr Nealo Bennett At the conclusion cf the game an elegant luncheon of and ices was served from tables of snowy whiteness literally gleaming with si vie r and cufgloss Among the gaeots who enjoyed this most pleasant evening were Messrs and Mesdaaies C H Chenault J C Chenault IL H Colyer R R Burnam Waller Bennett B WTurner T J Smith G W Ev ant Jr Jo S Joplin R C Stockton E B Hume B L MiddellonM C Kellogg E Pi Hood TV R Letcher Jr Neal Bennett Dr and Mrs V H Hobson Dh and Mrs C H Vaught Misses Mary Lee Colyer Earle Chenanlt Emily qifenanll Mbs tiong of Virginia Carolyn Reid of Mt Sterling Mary Lucia Burnam Mariawillie Smith Laura Bennett Mattie Tribble MplieFifej Messrs Jeptba ChenauU Wm lhoL Molierler and T IL Pickels tcrTime marriage of Mc Cord of this county and Mr O wi Howard pi Whatcomo will take place this evehfuJR t iix o lockatkhe First Olirlstian churchj the ceremony to be said by Rev Huclj McCIellan The bride who is ono of the handsomest of Madisons daughters will be gtven away by her brother Mr Farris McCord while the groom will enter with his best man Mr P B Smith of Minn Yrs Jack M Cord of Winchester will be dame of honor and Miss Elizabeth Walker of Nicholasville will act as maid of honor The bridesmaids will be Miss Carolyn flied ot Mt Sterling and Miss Earle Chenault of this city Messrs Jack McCord and Chas Cbenault of Winchester and E F Galbraith of JefiersOnvHlo Indiana are to be the groomsrren while William Feland of Lexington Prewitti of Mt Sterling aad 0 Much the largest assortment in Richmond to choose from Styles as neWt fabrics and tailoring just as fine as shown in any city large or smalL And withevery coat our positive guarantee of full value for the price or your money back if it proves otherwiseyou to be both and jury yourself Let us show you through Extra bargains at 8 IO1230 And Up GOVINGION BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR BOYS ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth CLOTHINGTO BE SACRIFICED 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap 1000 mens and boys Suits all prices If we have what you want prices will snit you SEE OUR STOCK OF IIlIIijUIL TS BLNKETSIEtc pont Fail ToVisit r Millirney Department And The New And Nobby Styles Respectfully in substantials MfssBerthehla Washlngtoin Minneapolis Messrsj just judge 57 1 E V0 ELDER tToCure Cold One Dciy Laxative Bromo Quinine This signature 11 Pickels of this place will act as ushers Mrs G W Pickels will preside at the organ i a most elaborate musical program having been arranged The church has been very charmingly decorated for the occasion which bid fair to be one of the prettiest weddings that over occurred here Immediately after the ceremony a buffet luncheon will be served to the bridal party at the Hotel Glyndon Mr Howard is to be congratulated on having won such a charming and handsome yqnng lady for his bride and we join in with a host of friends in wishing her much happiness in her faraway Western homo Oneof the most delightlul events 01 the winter season was the dance at the Masonic Temple last Wednesday evening given by iliss Carlisle Walker in honor of Miss Ethel McDonald of Louisville r Miss Alice Patton of Huntsvllle Alabama and Mr Walter Mabie of Saratoga Now York The floor was never in better condition than on that night and Ihe room wins most artistically decorated for the occasion During the evening a delightful lunch was served and added much to the pleasure of the guests To the music of Owen Walkers band the following persons danced the hours away COP and 1I1tSJ Stone Walker Mr ahd Mrs Eugehe Walker Mr and Mrs Brutus J Clay Mr and Mrs KW Miller Mr and Mrs Kuper Hood Mr and Mrs B L MlddeUon Mr and Mrs Ti J Smiltn Mr and Mrs E B Hume Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin Mrs Mary Keale Thompsbn MJsgea Carlisle Walker EtheJ McDonald Allegation Iate Walker Carlislo Cbenault Belle Graves of Versailles Mary Weed of New York Van Greenleaf Florrle CJicnault Caroline Reid of Mt ter ling Ann Bdnnett Marguretla Smith Sallie and Iary Shackelford Florrle and Laura Bright Laura Bennett and Julia Hijgsfns Col David Irvine Mos riJ A Sullivan The Mober Cures Crip in Two Days on every box 25c J ley Withenbury Alex Denny J J Greenleaf Jeptha Chenault Irvine Hume Lewis and James Nealo W H Shackelford W C Bennett W R Letcher Jr Neale Bennett Jmnei Tribble Edwin Stockton A C Scaular T II Little Dr H M Blnnton W K Hume J Stone Walker Jr and WIT Evans Boquct flour makes the Jest Xmas cakes Frasa Bros Phone 1G5 COAL TIME isagiun hfer V We can fill your bouse with the be t Jellico and Kentucky Coals ++++44++++++ + 4 + 4 + + iRedAsh Alhite 1 Manchester Cannel Coal i t++4r All prders prompt F ly delivered Letcher Wilt Coal ard and War lOmr Phiii42 L Jj D p b Richmond Xy i i Tr J p PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS ItW MILLER ArroUBTATLLw RICHMOND Kiarrocrr Office n the Burnam Balldlns next door to armera National Bank feb3Jy A SUJLr ANJ ATTORXISYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAWI RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Secoud street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KKSTOCK- YCSyOfficc over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Benntttt old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building MainStreet H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery r Omce Stoufier Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway icnMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic PhysiciansSt- ate Bank Trust Bdg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DE1TTAL STJSG3ET Kt OaVexvVuvc tt kosott OF LUIIiVILLB KY BuildingUmSndftovKly Harry IVI Blanton DENTIST 9Offieeiu Bennett Building ljy TELEPHONE 196 DR LAN1WIAN flIQtol 1y4n Wednesday DeoinberiU 1902 Fakta Up Taken up as eetray a small brown puekling mare mule was taktm up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have same hy properly proving ownership and laying charges J H Allraan tf Chief of Poli- ceATTENTION Wo have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons Ve will continue to nay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Prepuce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street Ifjaulv RICHMOND KY f J MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs FOR and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFcverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price SOc 8 SI Trial Bottle Erie TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence tff Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the lollowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Richmond Searcv Hamilton Waco Jo C S Powell Red House J W Masters Valley View- BaldwinI V Whttlock NewbyBurtonJ V Teater Edenton ottouburgLAWallacetonDleknerJT Coy KirksTille One Eye May Be Alright and the other nil wrong Unless the defect or weakness of the one is cor rected by eoGlassesIof suitable strength the sound eye will be affected Cost nothing to ascertain the condition of the eyes Our tests are free and the prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone securing just what they lequire in Allumiual Gold Filled and Solid Gold Frames or the new style Finch eye glass T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30J1 ly For Winter 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts- MhiteAND Gibson1 RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon+ + + + Thursday and Friday January 8 and 9 1 903 A haenperfectEYESfectR and assure you most Satisfactory results Ky9mto4D WE GO WEST VIA i Memphis Kansas City or Chicago i tThrough Service of the Very Best to j ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO AND THE PACIFIC COAST IThe Very Lowest Rates for the Cekmlst and Homcsceker I G BACON Cenl Agl HOWARDMOLLY T P A 38 East Fourth SI Cincinnati 0 HEast Fourth SL Cincinnati 0 1 GEO H LEE 6 P 4 TA Lulls Rock Ark To the City Counsel iThefrom the Watervleit Arsenals to the Sandy Hook provingt grounds The gun over fortynine feet in length Four years wer required for its construction Its cost was 150000 and 368000 pounds of crude steel were used It will shoot a projec tile weighing 2370 pounds The Record respectfully sug gests that the City Council order a duplicate of this weap on man it and order fire opened on those mossbacks who are sitting on their pants and saying Lancaster is dead she will never amount to any thing etc A few charges could also be used upon those who can help the town but are continually raking in dol lars and burying them where the people never get another chance at them Get the gun gentlemen for nothing is more needed Lancaster Re cord Talk Dont Make Road The Good Roads Associa tion held another big pow wow at Lexington last week If talk would make good high ways in Kentucky the good talkers who are now doing time at Uncle Sams expense might bring roses to the mountains cheeks in a jiffy To one who has engaged in road building on a warm spring day with drinking wa ter a mile away and no saloon handy the convention method of road building seems dead easy We need an act of the legislature authorizing mag isterial districts to vote a road tax and issue bonds for road betterment Such a law will put the matter in the hands of the people who need and want better roads and they will have them in the only way practicalmahe- themSomerset Journal A Simple System TeacherIn what year was the battle of Waterloo fought PupilI dont know TeacherIts simple enough if you only would learn how to cultivate artificial memory Remember the twelve apostles Add half that number to them Thats eighteen Multiply that by 100 Thats 1800 Take the twelve apostles again Adda quarter of their number to them Thats fifteen Addwhatyouvegot Thats 1815 Thats the date Quite simple you see to re member dates if you will only adopt my system A Successful Hostess The most successful hos tess is the one who invites a guest to share what is the reg ular routine of the family She does away with all de partures from the daily rule thus avoiding unusual effort on the part of the family and servants If a servant is in structed in the proper laying of the table and required to serve properly the different courses every day there will be hitches when company ar rives unexpectedly no awk wardness when an extra plate is added to the usual number Conkeys Home Journal for December Ancient dueling has given way to modern betting In stead of taking a mans life you bet a sure thing and take his money WHEN BABY IS COMINGS US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and Iacrtobecomealert as she foresees the ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com andinnocentthe uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet or a brave boy face beieheron the pillow adds zest to her expectancy ternaUythroughout andChillIclear complexioned pure blooded anti mutuallyifluenedgreat liniment MOTHERS PRIED SOurTHE BHABfKLB KSULATM W Mtart ti d 1 J1 A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures alt kidney and bladder removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of he kidneys and bladder In both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug list will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Halt sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for teBtImouals Sold by aU rug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD Tills Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottje of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec How Girls Carry Car Fare The uptodate girl has a new dangler upon her chain says the Chicago American It is a cylindricalshaped af fair small in size and from it a nickel springs out whenever the fair one wishes to pay her car fare These new coincar riers are dainty little affairs in gunmetal not much larger than a fivecent piece But they are handsomely finished and mounted and in them selves are an ornament They are attached to the long chain that every welldressed wo man is wearing these days But since the ornament is of gunmetal the chains are pre ferably of gunmettal also set withcrystals Tetter SaltKhenm and Eczema incidentandSkinhave been permanently cured by it Itis equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ore not food but ahorsecents per package Iceburg 100 Miles Long The French mariners re cord for big iceburgs off Cape Horn was broken recently says a San Francisco dispatch- in the Chicago Inter Ocean when the British ship Angle sey Capt Thompson arrived from Newcastle England and reported that on September 20 off Cape Horn she sailed into a great icefield in the midst of which was a gigantic iceburg approximately 100 miles long and over 100 feet high Advertising is not some thing to be bought outright and paid for in the lump It is a steady expense like rent and salaries Some beginners- are inclined to grumble be cause returns stop when ads are discounted They willingly incur the expense of a three months campaign but are frightened at paying for space year after year Many beginners just miss a fine success through this unreasonable shortsightedness There is hardly an office or store expenditure of any mo ment that is not continuous Wages and salaries must be paid every week rent is due every month insurance is an annual expense while even the office safe wears out in time and must be replaced No busines man wastes time in grumbling at these outgoes Yet he thinks that advertis ing which makes the entire business profitably ought to be a trifling investment made once and for all Which is a most unreasonable bit of par adoxPrinters Ink The most valuable hand kerchief in the world belongs to Queen Marguerita of Italy It is made of the purest of Venetian lace and it is in perfect condition in spite of the fact that it was made in the fifteenth century It is probably worth 2000 or 3000 It is appalling to think of the temptations to which young men are exposed We women should do what we can to lessen them- I do my share For the last five years I have made it an inflexible rule never to flirt except with married men Town Topics I tell you Ill be boss of my own house when Im a man said little Benpie Thats what your father thought whn he was your age Bennie replied the beys mother Yonkers Statesman Squeeze few drops of lem on juice on broiled fish or ham just before serving Dip Hamburg steals in mel ted butter before broiling o FREE FREE To Kidney Sufferers An Opportunity Worthy of Your Notice It you sufferer with kidney disease or any ailment arisiaj from an im proper action of the kidneys or urIna- ry organs this offer wo make to the people of Bichuidnd should interest you In tho advancement of medical science the kidneys the organs of the greatest importance to human health have not been neglected and in placing before you such a cure as Doans Kidney Pills the proprietors recognize how far 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 Doans Kid ney Pills for such ailments strengthen ed in these conviction by letters that are daily received of the work they are doing for mankinds benefit old backs and youngbacks are being constantly freed from never censing aches and many a lame and shattered one stoop ed and contracted is utrengthened in vigorated and infused with new life With such a medicine an offer of this kind can be made without hesitancy for while we lose the box we give to you we make a friend that nssists us in the salo of many others Full Boxes of Doans Kidney Pill will he given away free to every person suffering with kidney ailments at the under signed address First come first serv ed and only this one chance offered To those In the country 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 Doan Kidney Pills which retails at 50 cents Remember Free Diiitribntion One Day Only Wednesday Dec 24th from 9 a m to 7 p mat B L MId deltons Drug Store 2t Richmond Ky To have fried oysters crisp tender and plump they should be breaded then dipped in beaten eggs and again rolled in crumbs After this allow them to stand at least anhour before frying Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec1 1901 thereby re ucing the net price of Jgas from 200 to 5175 BSyiJut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not he payhismonth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin paytheception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec14 tf There are many ways pre pared for reforming the world But the only safeand sureone is for everybody to attend to his own business and scrup ulonsly respect the rights of his fellows I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x220 ft w th new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains ejgbt rooms and kitchen all in cood repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Its because courtship is such a pose that marriage is oftensuch a failure It doesnt pay to wait for other people to catch up to you A man may conceal his faults during their infancy but they soon outgrow con cealment The girl who marries for money takes a man for just what he is worth When a man carries a picture in the inside of his watch there is generally a woman in the case St Louis Getting Nora The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern has again reduced the running time of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and aro 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 anti within the past three years has spent millions of dollars iu improv meats Three trains leave Cincinnati dally 900aui 900pm mid 255am carrying elegant day coaches with high backseatS luxurious pullman drawing room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars rears 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 Northwest Information regarding rates sleep lug and parlor car reservation wilt be cheerfully given by addressing O P MCOAHTY General Passenger Anttf Cincinnati Ohio KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestantsfood Itgives rellef nd never n11thomanythousandacured after every thing else hued Is unequalled for the stomach1 ChIld thrlvoonltFIrst cv aN stlil i iOhtcDieFur sle by ferry Thod i Aint You Got NoHomeOr not satisfied with the home you have Do want to make a- change TJhen take ad vantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson arid St Louis R R The Worlds Pair Line To theMOes axvi SovMvxnasl Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of ear h month up to and including April 21st 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky DmD1i iDn r l W F Broaddnsadmrc PlUs againstW Dlvisees flits NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof in the above style cause the undersIgned wIll Saturday Dec 27 02 About the hour of It oclock a m on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public tale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Tract of Land Containing 1584 acres more or le Jthe bury in ground containing about 3000 square feet and definitely bounded in the Judgment to be excluded from sale located on Us waters of the Kentucky Hirer in Madison county Ky and bounded by the Kentucky river the lands of James Peyton John Chambers TERMSThe said Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser will be required t give bond with rood security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect ot a Judg ment bear legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT December 1902 Master Commissioner of 3t Madison Circuit Court Low Rates and Quick Time to the West and Southwest 4 Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R R and the C 0 GRR iRocKlsianoi System On the first and third Tuesdays of December January February March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas and New Mexico Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly re duced rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vestibule trains If you are going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage of these low rates Fur rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or address- G B BACONf D P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A 38 East Fourth St- Cincinnati 0 Notice to Creditors Notice is hereby given to ay persons to whom my late husband is indebted tS present their claims properly Tedded to the under signed on or before January 1903 or same will be barred Persons owing my husband are requested to come forward and settle- JIreJAS W SMITH Harvey Chenault Jr IdeJt Richmond Ky MidWinter Holiday RatesO- n Account of th- eChristmas and New Year- Holidays BO SW Will sell excursion tickets from and to all points on its line and OullectinsJinps andJanuaryOne And OneThird Fare For The Round Trip Tickets will be good returning to and Including January ttd 1003 e For full particulars consult any Agent or address o P MCCARTY General PassengerAgent Cincinnati Ohio hr TOUR PF ALL MI exiTco VIA B 0 SW Tuesday January 27 Under special escort Pullman Vestibule Trains Drawingroom Compartments Parlor Library Music room Dining Car and the famous Open top Observation Car Chaiilitli Leisurely itinerary with long stops including Three Circle Tours In the Tropics ami the Ruined Cities in the South ot v Mexico i Tickets Include all Expenses Everywhere p PV MCCARTHY General Passenger Agent- CIncinnatij Ohio Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of J W Hill are requested to present same verified as Is reauired by law to the undersigned on or beIfore the 1st day of January 1903 Parties indebted to the estate of J W Hill will please call promptly on the undersigned pay same without costs T 0 Uloesip Exor of tf J W Hill OLD JOE WHISKY Hand mnde Sour Mash Every drop guaranteed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BE11ER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade- 10 vear old in jugs SI 00 per gallon 10 bottles i5 l 4jugs 250 5 bottles 3 U It CO2 jugs J0 Orders promptly filled PropOldMcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Beat This 400 Lap Robe of ours if you can H added to this price will not secure its equal elsewhere This doublbfaced fine quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of the many in our stock This is the handsomest line that was ever in the city All these Roods possess many attractive features not the least of which is their handsome appearanco and durabilityLap at all prices from 150 upwardsT J Moberley th42tgenuineLaxativethe remedy that cnrrn n cold In ono day For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments JGeorge 00N10Vm6628Ferdinand 00Rcounty Ky 560 Austin Rockport Ky 136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7my6t lcm STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing LOCK AND STANBAID CHAIN Standard TWO Rotary Machines Make stitch Two Run an silent of a watch Run and feed onethird MachineROADWAY machines Save Our Standard automatic drop wood work and the grandest machine to the publicFor New Century swell front wood 20 years can not for the money We ure sewing Call on our TheStandard be convice- dARBUCKLE 24 W 7th Smo st 0 NEW TRACK ficgy Fst ScheuIed Trains sTMtouis r8t EQUIPMENT OF THEM AND ALL DAILY atY Additional Charge b JiIUBSERVICE AD QUICK TItlE Izot COACHES 1ullna Iwtbg Room Sleeping CIIts DinErsJ4fPS Ifimt ofor any IItIOIWIaMi addresst4gMtL c 20PER OFON 20 per cent can be saved by buying your WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and You cant afford to buy a stove of any kfore us is one in this or any other any OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Disc Plowtfo only perfect Disc Plow made Its Right Is Right STOVES I done by ON l Webought thefreight Great Majestic Range description Wecanto- wnHARD WARE Farming Implements Chattanooga Made Runs Right palyoupairing promptly experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmons go PER CENT OFF STOVES 2 A Beautiful Home tIs a Womans Delight And our business is to supply t- heFurniture n We can show you a beautiful correct and ctlyPricesOdd Pieces Diningroom Furniture in wax ed oak and weathered finish hIram and Iron Beds Teakwood Pedestals Tabourets and Tables Call and examine our handsome line of Mattings Carpets J 1 and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND 5u1y31iyKENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Bumet Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was recently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods a- tIFIFTY PER CENT Less than theoriginalwholesalePrice These Goods area damaged iithe least and these bargains are without a pral in this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everytte is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that a being offered and get first pick from this immense stock GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DoRaWSKY Pro First St Opposite GourtHou se Ga- teRitehjrnond K Reliable Goods rDeaIing sari Botton Prices Is what We Jive our palron8 InbuyingJewelry and S lverare fc presents it Is essential to know youare with a reliable h0U Our reputation for honesty iuhnsfceos has made onrll the L rtJewelry House in Lexington Our stock of beautiful and useful p LtREllEMBERof us labandsomely IJg AVe free jofchargeu YictQrB gertMANUFACTURING JEW LER ANb IMPORTER 51EMf3INrST LENGT0N K rjethi tw1 I aliMou riice fc