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I 7 71Ub RICHMOND CLIMAX=== 1 vOLUME 29 HIGHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31 1902 NUMBER 32 he Racket Store IS THE PLACE TO FIND Toys f1V JlCi lT and the thousand and one useful articles thathousekeeperst anU We have sejected our Xmas with great care d are convinced that we can please all our customers both oung and old r omae aavtcaco-s 1OS eeSD8e e re offered at prices that will interest yotw ttO S S SO 3DO S ire Cra kers two packs 5c Fire Works Novelties such S redlppersJcrsn Candles 6 balls Ic 10 balls 2ei roug on lor 5 bars 2c 2 balls 4c 25 balls r your amusement DONT FAIL TO VISIT THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery LAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 lrrPhone 85 Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY t Shippers of Alnite OElI +++ i++++ + + + 4t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J grate without any attention tr + + tit + ++ H ++ ++ IJ What You Need Is a Good Stove Whats the nse rnnninga risk by buying common stoves when we can supply you with the best the market affords Our Air Tignt Aaitcrg I will surprise you whn it comes small fuel jililsalidg- ood service We have in stock a car load of Qld Hickory Wagoni the most reliable farm wagons in existence Our line of llathiaiJ r i5 i In r ever department is complete and you can save money by trading with us Give us your order for Rot hog and Guttering Satisfaction Ruaran tee3 Ilespectfully TAYLOR BROS Autumn Opening Sale o- fFURNITURE Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits ining Room and tchen Furniture tllWe guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friend to llmakeour store their headquarters rw W Mmff l1ftifr ii please Our success depends uppn it and the ka sonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight iou Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried I JO S JOPLIN one ihe 47RICHMOND KY GW Evau Jr- LJndcrtaking a Specialty WIiMr L BIG MONEY IN TRUCKING H ET MatIof Smith County Texas GetsJ 850 From 18 Acres of Ground The Cotton Belt Route through its Gereral Passen ger Department at St Louis is giving out data regarding the growing of fruits and vegetables along its lines in Eastern Texas Here is what a Sniitli County man accom plished during the season just passed the interview appearing in the Diversifier published at Tyler TexasMr H B Matthews said I had two and a half acres in strawberries gathered 213 crates sold for 440 I put out eight acres in tomatoes gathered 1430 crates sold for 940 planted the same land in late corn and fall Irish potatoes corn did only fairly well potatoes made fine crop and gathering at this writing and expect to realize a good price for them in the spring for seed I had four acres planted lo Jones watermelons from which 1 sold 5150 I had six acres in pumpkin yams two acres I set early and four acres late from the early patch I gathered 320 bushels and sold them for 15230 and the late planting I am not through gathering though I am selling them at 50 cents a bushel as I gather them I cannot tell how much per acre they will yield I have one and a half acres in blackberries from which I sold 5100 And for what I think of the outlook of our country and truck Business I would be almost afraid to tell my honest opinion for some one would think I was a big land owner and had lots of land to sell Iam only a small truck grower and have been in the business but a short time but from my ex perience and observations I think that the outlook for our part ofthe country is flatter ing Imports into Ouba from the United States for the first half of 1902 were 12 per cent less than for thesame period three years ago wfiile those from Spain actually decreas ed showing thatso far Cubas liberation has been an injury to this country and a help to Spain Still Cuba sent us 74 percent of all her exports and bpught from us 44 percent of all the goods she imported Calculating the annual in dustrial value of a workmans life at 700 the Italian Office of Statistics finds that Sicily lost 250000 lastyear through deaths from ma- lariaRUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enoug- htogot5ed II Chronic cases tJ thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanSlong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemSScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out Of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness Jass and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to s ml yew a few dMesfree Be tore that this picture la the form of a libel on the TppeT of every bottle ot- jfluIOa Ir1 SCOTT HOE J Cfeewfefo 40 Pearl St N Y 5oc4ti hIt if A Handy Man The Sturgis correspondent of the CourierJournal writes The handiest man found in this section was a tattered in dividual who hoboed from East Tennessee and present ed himself to Farmer Tom Jackson who owns about two thirds of the best farming land in Webster county The appearance of the man was not persuasive evidence of a good hand but Mr Jackson needed men in the clearing and to make rails so decided to risk it After a nights repose and probably the first square meal he had tackled in many days the pilgrim went to the woods and suc ceeded in beating the usual record as a railsplitter an hour before noon the interim ofwhich he utilized in regal ing the female contingent and a few visitors with popular and classic music on the piano singing barytone solos and reading poetry in the afternoon he split more rails quit at 4 oclock and played croquet with a city cousin who was rusticating at the Jackson homestead gave a mandolin concert in the even ing and read Hamlets soliloquy in true histrionic style The next day Farmer Jack son had a lavy suit to come up in a magistrates court sever al miles away but being in disposed requested the new hirtd man to ride over and ask for a continuance The opposing counsel kicked against fqrther delay and forced a trial the seedy rep resentative accepting the challenge and going into the case much to the astonish ment of the court and the op posing lawyer Mr Jackson was the more astonished on the return of his trampem ploye to learn that he had won the case Eventually Jack son furnished the money and his yersatile railsplitter began business as a country merchant Within a few years he paid back the money with interest sold out at a profit and lately departed to open a large store in one of the States large towns This shows says Mr Jackson that you cant always some times tell That fellow of course had a history back of him but I never found out just what it was He was a thoroughbred anyway and a fine investment Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspensw indigestion stomach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol rebuilds womont tissues purifies stretlltth ens and sweetens the stomach Gov G W Atkinson of W Va gav J have used a numberof bottlcsof Kodol and have found it to be n very effective and indeed powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend It tom friends 1m Syndicate After Kentucky Coal Properties The Louisville Times says An eastern syndicate of which J Pierpont Morgan is a di rector is trying to secure control of all the coal mines and coal properties west of the Green river in Kentucky except those owned by the St Bernard Coal Co It is said that the consideration involved is 3000000 Mr W J Hendrick former Attorney General of Kentucky is conducting the negotiations- Mr Herrick has been in Kentucky for several months and will remain until January 15 Mr Henry P Malloy of New York is here assisting M Hendrick in the transac tionOwners of coal property west of Green river admit that they have been approach ed and several have given options The companies hav ing the largest properties are Central Coal and Iron Co Crescent Coal Co Blacty Dia mond Coal Co Pittsburg Coal Co and the Pa ucah Coal Co Mr 1 P Barnard ot the Taylor Coal Co stated that an offer had ben madeftir his property but had not been considered Tn an official advertis imen published in Vienna citing a Baroness Boirscheid o tie E1eaboutfandIappear before a court c f law it is mentioned that born in F bru SbJ1iwas IMPORTANT NEWS PAPER GHANGE Henry Pattersons Courier Journal Announces A New Policy During Three Decades the Louisville Courier Journal has stood unalterably and con spicuously before the public as the represenative of the great commonality of the people against both the Robber BarOn seeking through the assertion of ill got money to steal away the peoples liberty bystealing away their franchise rights and the ready tool of the Robber Baron the bandit politician masquerad ing as a Statesman and a patriot the better to serve the ends of his master In fulfilling this high function it has sometimes had to go fast and sometimes to go slow sometimes to cry onward and sometimes to cry halt sometimes to drive at the root of things and sometimes to drive ahead but never chang ing the directionof its move ment and always true to the underlying principle of its being expressed by the simple demand for The Greatest Good to the Greatest NumberWith advent of the New Year that is on the first of January 1903 the Courier Journal began a campaign from which it looks for com manding resultsand the better to reach the objects it has before it the twiceaweek edition was changed to a once a week edition returning to the old Weekly CourierJourn- at which for a quarter QfCentury was literally a politi cal bible to millions of Americans who knew they could trust both its prescience and disinterestednessThe Courier Journal is modern in every respect and is a paper for the home It is issued every Wednesday and its ten or twelve eightcolum pages are filled with the best work of the best writers The price of the paper is 51 a year in advance and it is well worth it By a special arrangement with the publishers of the Courier Journal you can get that paper and the CLIMAX one year for only 5150 In Danville Too Seventeen crapshooters and two bootleg barrooms were arrested in one room the other night in Danvilleasmall town 10 miles North of Stan ford Whats the matter with sending a few more home missionaries down there There is no printing office on that practical street in Dan villeSecondbut there is one on nearly every other street The telegram from Danville dont say that any of the newspaper folks down there were shooting craps owe assert positively that they were not The above arrests were not made on the night of the convention either But we are sorry the telegram was not more definite and had given names A good many Lincoln county people have moved to Danville but not one of them knows a crap from a scrap because they are all good people However there are suspicious folks here who are solicitous about the doings of their Danville friends Lincoln Democrat A Cold Wave The forecast of sudden cbanges in the weather eervea notice that a hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health m your own home Cautious people have abottle of One Minnie Cough Cure always at hand E H Wise Madison Ga writes I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures coughs colds laerlppe bronchitis pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and soothes the mucous membranes and strengthens the lungs In Germany electricity among other curious results has rehabilitated the discard ed windmill At Neresheim a windmill supplies power for thirtysix incandescent lamps that light a large paint factory Another in Schleswig Aolstein keeps up a steady current of thirty volts At Dusseldorf a windmill winds up a heavy weight of which the descent works a powerful dynamo Well Said Here is a clipping we have had for sometime having for got from whose paper we took it Its certainly full of good tru huA Kentuckian kneels to none save woman and his God These proudwords of the heroic Crittenden spoken beneath the monastic shadow ofa whitewalled crypt when ordered by his executioners to receive their fire in a kneeling posture express in characteristic words and feeling the pride of strY1whichthe men of our soil The spirit of pride and defiance seems indigenous to Kentucky From the highest to the lowest in bypaths and hedges it is found and flour ishesThe haughty though poor mountaineer at the ex pense of life and limb keeps his honor untarnished even to third and fourth genera tions The equally proud monarch of the Blue Grass values above all things his good name and reputation and will die in its defense But in both sections of our fair Commonwealth there exists a sentiment that is superior ever to family pride and that is respect and rever ence for womankind No where are the la ies honored as in old Kentucky The glamour of mediaeval romance yet hovers over our sunny clime and we feel for the daughters of our State all the chivalrous idolatry that stamped the knights of yore An exemplification of our respect for family which attracted widespread attention oc curred last month in Illinois A Kentuckian under a non de- plume bravely met a felons deathwithout divulging the secret of his idenity for fear of attaching stigma and bring ing dishonor to an honorable name Of such men are our people composed there maybe evil in them but the good is uppermost Lancaster Rec ord Whats in a Name Everything is in the name when it conies to Witch Hazel Salve E C De Witt Co of Chicagodiscovered some years ago how to make a salve from pilesFortrudiog piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeVritts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worthlessconnterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine 1m Great Weather Calendar The Chattanaooga Medicine Co the manufactures of Mc Elrees Wine of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDraught- ha e just issuei the 1903 edition of the Cardui Weather Chart and Calendar This Calendar has sprung into uni versal prominence by accur ately foretelling the Gal veston flood and predicting the droughths and floods of the past summer a year ahead of each occurrence This office has just received one of theses calendars which consist of twelve sheets of paper 13x20 inches in size all fastened together with a gilt tin strip anda brass loop hanger Each sheet contains the cal endar for one month in large figures that can bereadacross- the room Under the figures patent weather signals indicating Prof DeVods Weather forecasts for every day in the year appear We understand a few copies of it can be secured By sending 10 cents apiece in postage to The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Startling Paragraphs The devil of a North Missouri paper has an ambition to become a paragrapher The other day he produced the following which he sub mitted to the editor There are to hair on a frog Good apples grows high also cliceries The bumble beelooTcs pretty but cut him out The farmer what raises wheat can jjjet fill andraise other things The Lord made the earth but Morgan acid Carnegie ownit cornA is a art on hour i Sfl d arts js just the aamejf onlt different Exchangej DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE T vfcuxck Camac DOTS o DOMA T tOO ITS NO JOKEe BUSY BEE GASH STORE tf Will move from the corner to the new Main Street Store op posite the Court House Monday7Dec 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 DepartmentHas andtIacedOvercoats and Heavy Clothing heencntmust go ont if low prices villjell them J SOOTS AND SHOES ofmoneyHave the have the yourwajonsAll Dress Goods Our Motto w D seeyouWe are very respectfully OLDHAMBEE STORE GEESEWANIED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeonsJ H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life are being jilted by a girl snd a dose of quinine r4i TH- ELexington Democrat IS THE ONLYIs DAILY t Democratic Paper i PUBLISH D IN THE Blue Grass Region I It epecIafll devoted to I the interest of the Cemoc rat Ic party and ives all the news nit- Sufcoiptioa vr Price SSOOLa Year 15 Cent a Week byA Carriert 1WALTONratTeR AND MORI c Lexington Kentucky VI r LACKDRAIJGNT CONSTIPATIONConstipation a clogging of the and nothing less than vital s or if not relieved- If constipated sufferer could realize that he is allowing poisonous filth to system ho would soon get relief Constintinn invites all kind of contagion Headaches bilious and other ail meals disappear when consti pated bowels are relieved Thed fords BlackDraughtthoroughly cleans wcis an easy a natural manner without the purging of calomel or other vio lent origiaalmade by The Chattanooga Medi cine Co Sold by druggists iu 25 cent and 00 packages oaArk1kI IWI- IeotreeoiMThefigs ImtBM M loo MfMj 1 a JilIt ta t kewa sue tIne sS haTe tIfti he ae Urt tw Jn 1 TeeP v af SEM JffiuHn I tU J Mtr W a1e to work wXhMt It I aiet kbk-deceo wtIIa yOU slds S- iu C LJIeIauD 0- Will be in this Sale MY NAME IS On Row N And Slaughtered co BUSY CASH EDFOR- B THURMAN Sausage Buys I SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening O- fP11 SrwYtiAgs 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 Weguaraforengn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS- P SWe hate added a cleaning and pressing depart ment and can serve you on short notice 1s2 Lonisie Htlulic SailroaJ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraallleaLaorrea byrlJle ebargrShetlaC5 Lm and Cincinnati pm snForMlthrgCreek TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LoalsTille Lexington and I nMam jnFromFrom Miller1 Creek 830 am C M BROW7UNO Gen Mgr xyBRichmond Ky Low 1Qta oa Rock Wand I Pacific Railway and tie COG Railway On the lint and third Tuesdays of November December January Feb mary March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be Fold to Xan8HjNebreskaIndian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly reduced rates These tickets are good in rtclinlrg chair car seats free on solid verti baled trains- Uvou aregolngWest Southwest or take advantage of those very lowrates Forrates routes and timetables call on your nearest ticket agent or address G D BACON DP A HOWARD Jojtr T K A NoaitTotirthSt tf ciaeinnMlO ++ +CALL ATs + + JONES MERSH01 SALOON PARLOR C WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and mcst refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs QcMtee Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap Phone 3 Second St Gas Refaction About one year ago tbis company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of sac per 1000 feet on illtf mlmatlnjt pas furnished on and after Dee 11901 thereby reducing the net price ofjuaa from 200 to 5175 giventhatpayhismonth at the office or who fe indebted to the company for w t All delin qaetit p fOBK will be required to pay the preeeat rate penalty wUhoat ex ception fal1YRI CO- J tL r H 1 irI r p r h I I 1 lie Richmond Climax r J CUENAULT President O MILLER Manager toHITS ROWE Editor ocWEDNESDAY DEC 31 1902 DBIISUEDXVKBY WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION J M BENTON- Of Clark County Fna COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER OI Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE IN the Commoner this week William Jennings Bryan has an article on The Passing of 3 pulisin as follows Theft t is that the Populist move m Mit has been of great bene fit to the Democratic party a Ito the country Ithelped save the Democratic party J im annihilation and ithelped V teach economic truths to Republicans who would not listen to Democratic speak e In 1888 the Republican I arty had a larger majority in nearly all the Western States jlie Farmers Alliance which W us the nucleus of the Popu 1it party did more in a few Mrs to break the ranks oft 13 Republican party than 1 inocratic speakers and edit rs had been able to do in a aeration and this educa t un has not been lost The i etrograde movement thathas 11en observed in the West is I 15 partly to the improved i iditions which some for Itr Republicans have credit i to Republican policies and l irtly to the fact that the me tipolitan dailies have con s nitly declared that the Deni ontic party was returning t the position that it occu d prior tolSOG The Re p ilicnns who left their pirty between 1888 and 1898 lr ted Clevelandismas much as ty did the thiiigs thatdrove t m out of the Republican p uty the fear of the partys ivlurn to Clevelandisni has hid even more to do with the falling off in Democratic votes in the West than industrial c iditions The defeat of 1504 came before the present ri rgsmizing element had ojonly cooperated with theI Republicans What tin defense now should the re organizers fresh from their alliance with the Republicans attempt to lead the Demo cratic party back into the the c itroi of the financiers Fen from the low standpoint of expediency the Democratic PIty has everything to lose al nothing to gain by the abandonment of its princi pljo it can better afford to stand firm and continue its fit for the peoples interest a vaiting a vindication of its principles TaAT night before Christ m 3 when everything was still must have been a long time ago or way back in the Wi ds Louisville Times F1BroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY We will place on sale the coming week the remainder of our stock of frames and sheet pictures Made Frames and Artists Materials and have markedthem below factory cost and in scm instances but half thcost of the articl- edFramed and Sheet Pictures T j entire line of Copley j ts etchings water co rs engravings dainty nch creations Made up Frames A sortment of gold metal frames new effect in wood frames in all the popular finishes Artists Material al four paints brushes cr yons etc Ei F1BroerCo1 MN AND BROAD WAf LEXINGTON KY yII WE are not in the mood to write poetry or spread flow ers or to speak glowing eulo weSt but with somewhat of remorse we are constraint say that we have not dealt with the old year as she has dealt with us She gave us 365 days of twentyfour hours each Some of those days were madnt1eby the balmy health of spring Somewere spent under the ardent summers glow The autumn gave place to the lingering summers claims and today we lOOK about us and on every hand see the earnest of win ters tightening grip A sea son for everything is natures exhortation and warning We have had the four seasons the 305 days the twelve months How have we dealt with them We thought we were doing our duty We went to bed each night with ai measurably clear conscience and enjoyed life in such meas ure as is allotted to those of our ilk Yet we with all hu man creatures make the hu miliating confession that we have left undone many things that should have been done But now we cross the thresh hold of a new year and we promise here a more faithful use of the time and the op portunities she has extended us We declare to her that each of her precious days will mark some duty done on our part We doff our hat to the past This will close our regrets over things that are past Nineteen hundred and two did the best she coUld for us for nineteen hundred and three we will do the best we can If the CLIMAX the devil included can make such a reso lution as this cannot every citizen of Richmond of whatever profession business or trade do the same It is not often that we indulge in such moralizations as this We therefore invite our host of friends to engage in this serious moment with us SIGNOR PlETRO MASCAGNI the Italian composer who ar rived in this country about eight weeks ago has met with hard luck in every city he has visited Finally while play ing in Chicago last week he decided to abandon his American trip and was afterward arrested on a charge of em bezzlement by his former manager Richard Heard When Mascagni decided to return to Italy he had no fur ther use for his manager and discharged him Heard claimed that the musician failed to pay him all his con tract called for- ACCORDING to the Railroad Gazette railroad building in the United Statesfor 1902 ag gregated 6026 miles a total not exceeded in any yearsince 1888 Second track siding and electric lines are not included Oklahoma leads with 570 miles of new line Texas comes second with 496 miles Arkansas is third with 371 miles and Indian Territory fourth with 363 miles A FEDERAL JUDGE at Kansas City has decided that a firm in that city incorporated under the laws of another Statemay apply to the United States Court for an injunction The firm failed to get an in junction from the State courts and then incorporated in Col orado A nineteenyearOld youth shattered New York show window with a brick and took 1000 worth of diamonds Hundreds of pedestrianpur sued him and he was more dead than alive when taken in charge by the police Only three diamonds were recov ered INDEPENDENT cigar dealers from all over the country have been called to convene ih Chi cago January 13 to discuss ways and means of fighting the tobacco trust This is like fighting the Old Boy with smoke 5100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there 1at least one dreaded disease that science hag been able to cure in all its stapes and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is tbo only positive cure now known to tho fraternity Catarrh be jug a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actingdirectly destroylngtho buildIngUpsure in doIng work jtors have much faith in its curative powers that they offer one curesendTolrlloOh1Sold All druggists 75c- Halls Family J ills are llIAtJest Jja agj A Missouri reader of The Commoner calls attention to the comptrollers report and to the statement that there is on an average one hundred dollars for each inhabitant of the United States on deposit in the banks and trust comp llies while the amount of money in circulation is Only a little over a quarter of that He asks how a man can de posit one hundred dollars in the bank when he only has twen yfiYe dollars in posses sion This comes from the use of the same money over and over again A man de posits a hundred dollars in a bank and seventyfive dollars of it is loaned out The man to whom it is loaned pays a debt with it and reloaned etc This is safe when carried on to a moderate extent but it can be overdone What is still worse however is the loaning and reloaning of the reserve which is supposed to beand should be kept on hand for the protection of de positorsThe Commoner IT is said that John W Yerkes Commissioner of In ternal Revenue will shortly announce his intentions regarding the Republican can didacy for Governor At a conference held in Washington Monday between Sena tor Deboe Mr Yerkes Les lie Combs and others he was assured that if he wanted the nomination he could get it Every time the White Rose runs for Governor he gets promoted Does he want ai better job now S H MYERS of Christian county is in possession of a treatment of growing tobacco which prevents the formation of suckers on the stalk and a patent will at once be applied for It is claimed that by this treatment of the weed at topping time no suckers will appear and a finer quality of the weed can be produced It is also figured that each hand can cultivate from 50 to 100 per cent more in acreage and that fully 25 per cent more tobaccocan be grown on the land THE announcement has been made that the Continen tal Tobacco Company has at last broken up the largest in companyinout the Weissinger Company at Louisville It is said that Mr Weissinger alone received a million dollars for his share of stock tacstea in 00 There are quite a nun her of Madison county citizens interested in oil devel opments in the mountain districts of Kentucky One of these Is Capt S F Rock our prominent civil engineer who is also an exeditor of both the CLIMAX and SemiWeekly Register of this city Capt Rock whose hair is silvery white is still in the full enjoyment of robust health and little caiesj for the fifty or more years that have passed over his head He Is one of the pioneers in oil affair in the United States having been an operator in West Virginia from the close of the civil war until 1870 He is thoroughly up on all that pertains to oil prospec ting and development and has long been of the opinion that Kentucky will prove a great oil field when properly tested He has associated with him his sou J W Rock and others of this city who relying on his judgment have located several thousand acres of leases on the Joes Lick Mon oclinal which extends from the headwaters of Blue Lick creek In Madison county easterly into Estill finally fading out north of Crooked Creek Portions of these landsCapt Rock and associates deem of large value and will soon begin their development What tim finding of a great oil reservoir on the borders of Madison would mean to Richmond can be most readily con ceived when our readers look at many of the leading towns and cities north and east of us in other States which have from this cause alone grown from most unimportant points to large and thriving communities teeming with the cheerful him of in dustry Not satisfied with this out look alone Mr Rock associated with his son and R N Withenbury have secured over ten thousand acres in Lee county which is located in the centre of the great oil belt traversing the State Much of this has been selected with special relerence to numerous local monoclinals and anticlinals Ar rangements are also under way for the development oftheso lands In the numerous disturbances ot the earths crust as seen in the anticlinals etc mentioned Lee county ranch resem ble Knox now so famed as an oil pro ducing centre The rocks forming the BUI face are those conglomerates found above the St Louis limestone and all the horlzbns at which oil is found at other points in Kentucky lie here ready at the coming of the drill to pour fourth the rich stores Accumula ted through the untold ages of the past We confidently expect our white headed old friend to be as successful in these his chosen fields as JJ Hob litzell the whitebeaded expert in Knox Capt Rock tells us that fn 1872 Mr Hoblitzell wasalfoatractor on the Erie railway on work nnder his immediate charge as a division engi neerHe Capt Rock was also a pioneer transIportatloted in the construction and operation of the lines of the Volcano Oil and Oil Land Company from White Oak and Lick Fork W Va to their settling aad ptorage tanks Petroleum oji lheB ORR The CIIMAI jOint dtja wmy friends of thesegentieau fa wt atg them unbounded saecea r P C Jt V At The New Opera House Dont forget the New Years day mat ineo for children Nothing but Inn Johnny on the Spot Co Price lOc to all If you want to laugh dont fall to see the Johnny on the Spot at the New Opera House Jan lBtt2nd and 3rd Price 10 20 and 30 cents Seats on sale Wednesday at Opera House Telephone 2CO Matinee New Years day lOc to all The funiest show ever in Richmond will give three night performances and two matinees Thursday and Saturday Johnny on the Spot They carry the great barrel jumpers Plen ty of specialties between acts no waits Prices 10 20 and 30 cenlsIJohnny on the opens their engagement with a New Years day matinee continuing balance of the week tMatinee prices lOc to all oven jug prices 10 20 and 3Oc Phone 260 Any person who comes to the New Opera House Thursday January lit and laughs when they see Johnny on tbe Spot gets a reserve seat ticket balance of the week free Prices 10 20 and 30 The Radiant Home airtight stove at D B Shackelfonl Co burns any class of coal and the bowl Is guaranteed for four years Landand Stock Sales Henry Rayburn bought from W B Smith onehalt interest in his farm of 800 acres near Speedwell for 0500 Richard Long bought of John Miller and Albert Gill of the Kirksville neighborhood 47 acres of land for 1 500 Hon J A Sullivan bought of David Qbenault and wife their residence and 29 acres of land situated on the Rich mond and Irvine Turn pike one mile from this city for 5000 Thomas C Luxon sold to Mrs Sarah Luzon one fourth interest in a farm on the Tates Creek pike near the city limits and containing 22 acres for 204750 Oscar Helton sold to A J Helton his farm near Silver Creek containing 101 acres for 3000 Patronize home industry by buying the Big Hill Cal Cos coal Letcber Wi agents Also bestAJellica arid Kentucky coals Phone 142 declo2m New Through Car Lines from Memphis to the Pa cific Coast The Rock Island System Choctaw Oklahoma Gulf railroad have estab lished through personally conducted tourist sleeping car lines to California and Portland Oregon The California car leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 9OC am Little Rock 115 pm South McAlester I T 1050 p m same day Oklahoma City 240 a m Wednesday El Reno 340 a m arriving El Paso Texas Thursday morning Los Angeles Fri day morning and San Francisco Satur day morning The Portland Oregon car leaves Memphis every Thursday on the same schedule arriving Denver 730 Satur day morning Ogden Sunday morning and Portland Monday morning anybody need not travel He can get well here with the help of Allens Lung Balsam taken frequently when coughing and shortness of breath after exercise eervt notice upon him that serious pulmona ry trouble is not far away Allen Lung Balsam is free from any form of opium FORD Miss Mattie Richards has accepted a position at the Ford Lumber Cos storeMisses Bonnie and Lnzette Gibbons who are attending school atRichrnoml are at home for the holidays J 0 Benton n buyer for a Cincin nati lumber firm was in town a few days last week The Ford school closed tor the holi days last Friday Malcom Maupin and family who have been in West Virginia for the past year have returned to Ford to live Mrs Henry Richards and son Arthur have returned from a visit to relatives in Tennessee There was a big tide last weekand 9 good many logs running The B B Co got about three thousand Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others Stops the Cough and Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cent- sVALLEY VIEW From the Argent Several hundred rafts passed down the river the past week Messrs W C Biggerstaff and A D Goosey were on the sicklist last week H B Kanatzar purchased a fine saddle horse from Joe Brown paying 100 for it Katie Harrison who has been quite ill for several days we are glad to note is able to be out Prof J T Deboe will begin Instruct lug a class in mathematics at Forest Hill school house next Monday Two men with a couple of bears were in town last Friday and proved quite an attraction to the little folks Last Friday afternoon Shelton Baiter was run over by a horse that became frightened a passing train and was considerably bruise besides sustain ing a broken thumb atberThursday morning The deceased was about 45 years old Burial in the lam ily burying ground in J esamlne county Dr L K Gordon for a number of years one of our leading physicians will leave January lto open an office in Lexington Dr Gordon has made many friends here who regret to see him leave The Dean Tie Company of Louisville js putting in a boom at the mouth of Jacka creek a few miles above this place They will float ties down to this place then load them onto steam boats and ship them to Louisville During the busy season it is expected they will work a large number of men LeadingJewelers everythingwant hatosae rti le satiable lot a CbriMmM pretMt atr moet re oaabfe wMroy52W4 II Acting l1nderatecent De cision of at Auditor Coulter ijjas caused suits to be filed 1jainst five railroad corporations to re cover organization taxes amounting 198j780 These roads are foreign corporations which undej the courts decision have become hone corporations by accepting the provisions of the Kentucky statutes and Constitution 1Dr Hobson dentiSt next door to Government buildin H tf RlchmondiKy Diamond Brooches Lockets ard ornaments pi all kinds and at all prices are a feature fouistotk tf LELano RELJQIOUS Rev William Crowe Jrn of Frank fort delivered a most Interestlngser mon at the First Presbyterian church on Sunday evening Next Sunday morning will be communion at the First resyterian church Preparatory tervices will be conducted on Friday evening Owing to the absence of the pastor Dr Dodge there will be no prayer meeting this evening St Louis Getting Nearer The Baltimore and Ohio Southwest ern has again reduced the running time of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and are now making the run from Cincinnati to the Worlds Fair city in eight and one half hours This company now toasts of having one of the finest roadbeds in the West and within the past three years has spent millions of dollars iu iinprov ments Three trains hiave Cincinnati daily 900am 900pm and 255ara carrying elegant day coaches with high back scats luxurious pullman draw lug room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on a la carte plan at populal prices The Baltimore and Oh to Southwestern trains connect in Union Station st1 Louis with all trains for Kansas City Omaha Denver San Francisco and all points in the West Southwest and Northwest Information regarding rates sleep ing and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O PjMcOAKTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio n Walters CollegiateInstitute Second Session Begins Jan 5 1903e Proper provisions will be made for pupils who can enter most advantageous ly at this time For terms etc see Jas T Barrett I Principal 357 W Main Street N xt to Miller Bios llckiwess of the Skin and Eczema The only remedy In the world thai will at once Itchiness ot the skin on any part of the body ihat is abs lutely safe and never failing is Doans Ointment Free samples at B L Mid deltons Drug store Dec 24th Briiigln your ocl suit and tronsers and have them cleaned and pressed by tbepewprocess STOUFFER MAHLER Tailors torRent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good eta ble and garden Apply to dec3 tf GeonjeD Simmons Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each cofTee 10 cents per pound TEN Car STOKE Next door to Government Bldg T Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and Fefid Stuff tO our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and Madison county this class of goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co JACK FREEMAN Mgr Telephone 181 nov 263mo Sale OF Blue Farm T M Lackey etc Plaintiffs ngaiust Susie Woods etcDefandautH- Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the Decem ber Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on- Wednesday January 21 1903 Between the hours of 10 and 11 oclocka m on tho premises in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz A tract of land located in Mad trot county Ky containing 2 17 14100 acres on the waters ol Walnut Meadow Fork and on the pike leading from Berea to Paint Lick Ky being the home farm of A K Lackey decd and ad joining W C Fish W O Ogg W 0 Moore W A Todd Augen Devorio and Luther Fish Said land is divided by said pike int two portions that on the north side of the pike contains 111 acres and dwelling house thereon That portion on the south sid of the pike contains 10G14t acres with tho mansion house The land will first bs offered separately in the two tracts named and then us a whole and will bf sold in tlis manner producing this most money TermsSale will bo made on i quallyTheexecute good security for the say ment of the purchase money t have the force and effect Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale witha Lien re tamed upon sail property uuti all tho purchase money is paid S E SCOTT- M C M C C At the same time and plane I Lackeydeci1Heating stove 2 safes 20 yards of rug carpet 2 mattings 80 yardt each 1 milch cow sow and Cpigs and various other articles T M LACKEY Admr BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Maker of Fine Furs K You are cordially invited to visit my new Fur Parlors thplatebuyingcompeteandatOld Fur Remodeled repaired and redyed at unusually low prices and each garment receives its written guarantee My New line of tailor StyleWorkmanshipVery Best BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Oldest and Only Practical Furrier in Central Kentucky Mail orders receive prompt attention t Ky IOOPGrand OPERA HOUSE ENGAGEMENT 2 Nights 2 Pri Satuijidy Commissioners Garments SPECIAL Only day Grass Lexington Jan 2 and 3 TheGrea- tAd 1 M ON D his Company fJtA i1 1 tcAXOUfldJe w J 1icf Qf FinishHPnes q 25 25 and 50 Cents Q LUGILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have we beforeyourgenujnNovelties arebysame goods kETf DUR DWNEfES BE THE JUDGE r a r OWEN McKEECor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY I LADIES UNION SUITSMade of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in bow at front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents 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 It GRAETOVERCOAT SALE 1 LOUIS X GUS STRflUS LEXINGTON KY Owing to the continued warm weather we are badly OVERSTOCKED IN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and Regardless ofCost r Come Early and Get Bargains LOIUS GUS STRAU tEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY 0f Most Beautiful f I 4 0 Line of Fall and Winte I Goods evert dIsplayed in Rl hmondp canJlQV be found at my store t The Best J v13ll and most up f9 date maMelsHn the United States have been sQught with T i the result that today no rc r Dry Goods H4jii 1JIt vvc In Central Ky can outclassQur vast 0 emporium My aswelias my line of goods will pleasef r 1 F i The DUUinery Deparfmenlti is in every particular firstclas and you can see the beautiful fal styles by calling at my store GiO me a call oregolll elsewhere 7i LEE SMITlf14 Intirib itI 0 a rb I elf I e ple by i fl T V1 I flf rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 3FRESH Groceries TsFO- RBoquet Flourh- eRichrnond Climax SESDAY DEC 31 1902 Rooms fr rent apply Mrs Sallie Ward sep 110U Bay yia girl a shower stick if L EXane D IL sbackeiford Co agents for oors Air fight stoves lf you want to have is good heany ORbKO to the New Opera House to orrornifilt All thf schools will resume work ext MonJav January 5th after Oiteujyale Christmas rest Let us make that old suit look like by zeV rrocess s HER MAHLER Tailors Tbe e ilian Club will meet this Cernocn with Mrs W S Oldham at er home on Lancaster Avenue Kanawha Salt at L R llantons oct l3m Joes nr building on the earner of tin anlTLrd streets is beginning toke en quc flrlishedappearanc Bfjl n your jewelry taste We- saty it tl L E Lan The lf Mission Band of the ntPrsytcrian church gave a very ijiyab ratertainment Sunday af loonies and mules in the esters it of the State are dying 33 blir staggers said to be caused raeatirrbaci corn Next Monday will be county court y IIit flrat one In the newear art J b y paying your subscription IP er a new page for the year Dt fiii to see the Johnny on the tt Tijpany at the New Opera cSP Inarsday Friday and Satur ITJIL Mrgan matinees Thursday Saturday Mr James Dczler who has been innecl t his home for the past two tie n nths with typhoid fever is M at some now although he eLL v ry weak and thin iv jonr money at nome wnen- a wi Lt a siiit made to order Fit urantprJtv IFFIR MAHLEK Tailors Mr J D Kenneday and family lu have for some time past occupied Frermn house on Firth street haven cJ ti one or Mrs Cornie Clays Jtta s r n West Main stree- t2x hard brick for sale at 8 per iosfarj1 ly D C Wiggins Bro In ure at Now Opera House or grocery Irvir street oct29tf Miary Bounty Land Varrants tlers Additional Homestead las H Jon have one send par ci ir ti R K Kelley Baird build Ka ns Cily Mo and see what BWJ gUn you for It lr RK KELLEY 11 ate meeting of colored teach BS session in Lexington having nvecejon Monday The object of eceinj is to discuss educational ps nr other subjects bearing one ri finent of Negro life Prof D Rllss Iof our colored school is in edle 4s went to press on last Tues ijbe TP the appearance cf Tim Mur y is old Innocence at the Wiggins era ILusa we did not get to make e0 d it This was one of the ieat tat has been our pleasure to Itnefs in a long time and we only jet taOso small an audience greeted is Epecid actor and his excelentsup- rt Ii e iay was ecming with laugh ile stations still at times there were me very touching little incidents arapters were each and every leg ol and those who tailed to wi- ttgss play missed one of the best lows the season L R Blanton is sole ent for Wilton Jellico coal t J3mo samplespiecefall suit or overcoat Prices right SER MAHLER Tailors oftlPresbyteriancJlUrc The great Raymond wili be at the lanuarv2ndthroughllndthrou Tomorrow there will be a New Housebyny Dont forget to go and take the children Admission only lOcte knowncitizenby a horse which took fright at an L considerablybruised Cyntlilana has suffered a destruc carriagefactoryball was also damaged The loss on the laundry amounted to 3000 The weather since Sunday has been sure enough winter Ice and snow on the side walk has rendered walking most difficult and hazardous Several of our citizens have sustained falls but none Injured to amount to anything Richmond people claim to be a music loving people and yet to view the very small crowd that attended the concert at the Grand Monday night and sec how few were there It would seem that they are not The Boston Ladles Sympony orchestra was the attraction Monday evening and when we try to describe the marvelously sweet music discoursed by them words fail us The orchestra was composed oftwo 1st and two 2nd cellos six lilt and six 2nd violins Iwo cornets one trombone two clarionets and one flute and piccolo and the large and snare drum bills cymbals etc They were greatly assisted by Mr Geo A Taylor tenor who gave two most beautiful selection and was forced to respond to enc IrA The audience though small was very appreciative and regretted deeply when the program was finished The Grau Opera Company held the boards at the Grand on last Saturday afternoon and evening The matinee performance was The Wizard of the Nile and was fine in every detail pretty songs pretty girls and pretty dances The audience though small was very appreciative At the evening performance however the house was filled and to say the least it was most handsome audience Sousas great operaEl Capital was the production and it was superb The costuming was elegant and with the special scenery made a most pleasing picture One of the catchiest things during the whole performance was a splendid march and drill participated in by about six teen girls who went brought with the different figures without a bauble The audience was wild with applause and the troupe was forced to respond to numerous encores Thiswas indeed a rare treat for Richmond people and the Manager of the Grand should feel very proud over their success New Postmaster Thomas Warren has been appointed postmaster at Idalia to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of William Cassidy Farm Sold The William Broaddus farm near Waco was sold by theCommiesIoner to Mr William Martin and Mrs Annie Grinstead This farm contained 158U acres and brought S30 35 per acre Strayed About one week ago a black sow with one or two white spots on body weight about 250 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned W G POWELL New Manager Mr J N Cushman who has been manager of the Water Light Co for the past six months has resigned He is succeeded by Mr McMunn of Boston who arrived Saturday to take the position Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the return or any information leading to recovery Charles TenIll dec 31tf Richmond Ky Resigas J J Hudson who was elected constable of the ElIsion Magisterial dis trict at the last regular election offered his resignation sue day last week His successor has not yet been appointed No Lecture January 6 Messrs ueatherage Woods inform the public that owing to the serious Illness of tbe wife of Col Becker the latter cannot fill his engagement Jan 6 Holders of season tickets may bring a friend free to the following entertainment February 3 Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnito and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 declO So rr JE Deatherage Co L Here Is The Place for A IIJtl secured and our line was nevermore Jcomplete than now A Oranges Lnons Candies Apples Bananas Figs Dates and hundreds it of other things to numerous f9menJttion We are anxiouso af ingredients for T MeeOur stock is freshandeheap Order i your supply for Christmas early so that we can give that careful atten tion which we demand for our customers Jt C JE DeatherageCo L K SoW ainrWare Solid silver knives and forks solid silver Souvenir and Xmas spoons In endless variety tt L E Lane tor Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two MainstreesRichmond businesslatelydec 24tf John U Taylor Son You Are Invitd cordialInvitationthe county to call on next Monday county court day We have some new combination offers that will interest you and if you are looking tor bargains you will be more than pleased To Remaln With Us On Satarday December 27th Mr Phil L Wilging as administrator of his fathers estate sold the stock of goods which consisted of wall paper paints oils pictures etc Mr Wlllging was the purchaser paying 1500 for the stock Coooty Attorney J Tetis tobb Honored presIdentciation of Kentucky has recently ap pointed Mr J Tevis Cobb to act in conjunction with the executive committee and arrange a program for the next Annual meeting at Dawson Springs in July Ready For the Market The Itichland pipe line was connect ed up with the original Jones gusher last week and the marketing of Knox countys output was begun This event has long been awaited by optra tors all over the field Just one year from the date the Jones well came in almost to an hour the flow of oil was turned into the pipe 0Timber Purchase Pennsylvania capitalists have purchas ed 25000 acres of timber and coal lands in Rorkcastle and Jackson counties and are surveying the Altamount and Macliester branch of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to Pound Fork in Jackson county a distance of 12 miles to haul out the products The road will be built by Spring Chinked their Quarters The Madison Lodge No 14 I 0 0 F Richmond Lodge No 71 A 0 U W and Ky Council No 984 National Union have changed their place of meeting from the hall over the Blue- Grass grocery to the new Odd Fellows hall and will here after hold their sees shoes there New officers for all the lodges will be installed in January Revenue Assignments Tho assignment of revenue men forth onthof January has ben made and all the Madison county men who have been on duty during December will be retained Messrs E G Parrish and P F Adams Jr will remain at Tyrone Messrs J TShack elford J G Sebastian J W Grider and J H Farris will still be at Silver Creek All Favor It 0The attempt to organize committees as auxiliaries to the Kentucky Exhibit Association in all counties has brought ont one fact prominently and that is that but ono sentiment exists Ken tucky must be represented and ad equately at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position Every letter that reaches the headquarters of the Association contains enconrglng words For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located ii Esiill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in agood cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky Will Move to This County Mr James FL Rutledge cf Clark county has purchased of Col A T Chenault a farm of 105 acres near Red House The price paid was 5000 Possession will be given the 1st of January The Winchester Democrat In speaking of the above deal says Mr Rutledge and his estimable wife are among our very best people and we commend them to the people of their new home At dome at Last Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F movedfrom the old quarters in the Greenleaf building to the new home last Tuesday The Madison Lodge new owns as handsome a home as any lodge of that order in the State The dedication of the new building which was to have taken place last week ham been postponed until the nlglu of January 20 Some of the Gram officers who desired to he pres ent were unable to be here Inst week PUBLIC SALE I will otTer at Public Sale at my farm four miles from Richmond on the Lex ington pike on Friday January 9 at 10 oclock the following described property One pair of good work mare mulls 2 nice weanling red bull calves 1 lot househol1 furniture j 1 good reaper 3 mowing machines one new 2 cultiva tors in good order 2 bay rakes A number of good plows all kinds one ns good as new Kentucky wheat drill i a lot gear good two horse wagon 1 cook stove c Five or six stacks of splendid oats well stacked and other things useful on a farm rerms made known on day of sae dec31 2t I SHELBY IRVINE Removals Mr Walter Ballard and family will move into the Rowland bouse on Fifth street lately purchased by them Miss Lucy Adams and brothers who Imave for several year rat occupied the Wallace house on the Summitt will take a house on the Cam pus for next year Dr E O Vance and wife will move into the Wallace house MrPF Adams Jr will remove to the cottage on fifth street now occupied by Mr Miller Davidson who will after the first of tho year take the lower half ofthe old Wainscott house on West Mairfstreet Rov Eisenhart and family will take the Freeman house on Filth street recently vacated by Mr Jas Kinnedyi who is now living In one J Mrs Clays cottages on Main street The Sullivan cottage on North stre t made vacant by Rev Ryals removal will be occupied by Mr S H Thorpe and family Mr T J Smith Jry has moved lute the A Wilkes property on West Mcin street having recently purchased that home The house vacated by Mr Smith will be taken bv Dr lJ Tay toe nad family Took the VvteIA novel method of JudgeCharlesPhilip Wagner aged thirty was ari ralnged oathe charge of exploding a common firecracker on the street He was deaf and dumb Attorney Chits W Bell stated to tho court the good character of his client and said it was his first violation of any ordiance or law He made a motion that the case be dismissed Tile Judge put the motion before the house and called for the yeas and nays and the large audi acquittalTimevoted for the defendants discharge and it is certain he did not hear the hearinginHarrodsburg News twentyfourtc Co Coals airtight stoves Fatal AcdJenU Ambrose Scrivner Jr ot Estfli county who was fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of his shot gun while out hunting Monday afternoon died yesterday morning at three oclock The accident that caused his death was a rather a pecu liar one Young Scrivner and his companions had stopped Under a large tree and were trying to knock some per simmons Ambrose Kcrivner was leaning on his gun with Ills arm across the muszle when one of the falling sticks struck the gun and caused it to go off tearing off his arm and shoulder He taken home at once where he died yesterday moor ing Ainbroho Sciivner was the son of Ambrose Scrivner Sr former sheriff of Estill county and was about twenty yeais of age He was a brother of Mrs J William Wagers and Mr Harry uprightwas popular with all who knew him and Lila loss will be keenly felt in his community The bereaved family have the sympathy of all in their trouble Skeleton of stack Squirrel to be Mounted Prof David W May in charge of thEe AnimoHusbandry Department at the State College will ask permission ol Messrs Garrett to be allowed to dis inter the bones of Black Squirrel tilE famous saddle stallion to be mounted and praced in the college museum Prof May has already superintended the disinterring of the skeleton of the famous George Wilkee which is now being mounted by the students and he has obtained permission to do like wise with the bones of Hanover tho matchless thoroughbred sire Thu work of dinging up the latter has not yet been done but will be as soon n the weather permits When Prof May has carried ont liii intentions in regard to the skeletons of the three greatest sires of Kentucky horses he will have made quite an ad dillon to the museum and done much to perpetuate the memories on those horses to future generations Prof Mays idea is unique and will be appreciated by the lovers of line horses everywhere Lexington Herald Mac Morton in Trouble In St Louis last Friday mornint John W JJarriger Jr aged twenty seven years was stabbed to death by Thompson Morton at Barrigers private office He only lived thirty minutes after the cutting Barriger was a resi dent engineer of the StLouIsMemphis and Southeastern Railroad Morton was a civil engineer and for the time without employment After the killing Morton was found to be suffering from mercurial poisoning and was taken to the hospital in a dangerous conditionNo was present at the time of the killing and as Barriger did not livelong enough to make a statement and Morton refused to give the cause nothing is known of it Popular Mac Morton attended CentralUniversity here for three years and lied more friends than any othjr man in college During his college days be had the reputation ef being one of the greatestathletes in the South He studied civil engineering aLd worked for a long time in Central and South America where his system be came satuated with marlaria His friends here and those who know him best say his mind has been impaired lor the last year Naturally of a free generous disposition he had beconio surly and suspcious and suspected various innocent parties of plotting to do him harm Hawkes Cut Glass Every prhe bears the trade mark best there is tf L E Lane Lodge Officers Elected Following are the officers recently elected by the various lodges of Rich mond to serve doing the ensuingyear Richmond Lodge No 25 F A Mil sonsA H Zaring Worshipful Master W R Shackelford Senior Warden W R Letcher Jr Junior Warden S S Parks Treasurer J A Higgins Secretary E D Ballard Tyler Richmond Lodge No 74 AOUW- E P Clark Master Workman C MShearer Foreman- W D Buckley Overseer W L Leeds Recorder- C F Higgins Receiver Chas Jacobs Financier J LFlora Guide A C Glowers Past Master Workman These officers will be installed the second meeting night in Janany Ky Council No OSiNational Union C F Higgins President H R Pickels Vicepresident V H Hobson ex Vice Prcsident Win Simms Sr Speaker WT Grlggs Usher W L Bybee Financial Secretary R A Barlow Corresponding Secretary Cuss Jacobs Chaplain L O Shearer Sergant at Arms D S Wilcox Doo Keeper Floating Canoe No 78 Ordei of RId MenFred A Miller Sachem A T Douglas Senior Sagamore 0John Sexton Junior Sagamore J W Wagers Secretary R W Colyer Prophet jfTheelected on Dec 27to serve Berea Lode yeijrJosephW H Porter S WjDavid N Welch E Frank CoyleTreas ET Fish Secty John Johnson SD SC Lewis J D Caleb Cope 8 A T v rM Wroe B e 1quetFJourat LET US HAVE IT What thought have you given to the proposed electric carlines extending through the county from the Ken tncicy river to Berea What do you know about them and where do you stand Look well to your interests and the progress of our county The Fiscal Court has just met and extend Ad the time of the present franchise of the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Co until February 7 1903 In order that every citizen might have time to give the question some thougLt and express same to their respective magistrates thus giving each magistrate a decided opinion from his district so that each may know how to vote when court convenes on February 7th This is no small enterprise Madison county has all to gain and nothing to lose It is a mistaken idea that during the construction of the proposed raids that our turnpikes will be greatly damaged by reason of hauling over hem I have been reliably informed that the road is first graded and the remainder of the work and hauling is done by loading their cars and backing them along as the road is completed Another consideration is that travel lover the turnpike will be greatly Ie when the road is completed be cause much of the travel will be over time carsline This alone will more than pay the interest on the outstanding bonds which were floated to pay for the turnpikes The question of the cars being a menace to public travel Is perfectly absurd There is nothing about an electric car half so frightful as a covered wagon or a public awbu lance The motto of all counties in which electric cars are operated is We stand in the front and in the push of timeStop right here and we will for ex ample take out of the county our turn pikes and railroads Both were put hero at heavy cosrbut without them where would we be In the mud What would be our condition financially Bankruptcy But with our splendid system of turnpikes excellent rail road facilities electric cars tapping all business centers of our county tele phones in every residence fifteen millions of accessible and hidden wealth backed up on her borders by the rich est coal and oil fieldsyot discovered where does Madison county stand Do you believe that any citizen of Madison county should say to his neighbor No we dcnt want you Should we fall to secure this proposed line under such reasonable conditions we might live the rest of our days as a whipped repeater To say no to this great enterprise will register the eclipse of the sunshine in all Madisons broad future Put your shoulder to tIme electric wheel and your business will move with ease and speed and wealth will accumulate with surprising rapidity In a few years every busines centre in the county will be connected I say come on with your electric cars wireless telephones air ships and all modern devices except the automobile I am very firm but not too harsh in their condemnation- II H COLYED Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remem brances from our stock we cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L E La- neMATRIMONIAL COATSMASTERS Mr Reese CoatsJr of Whitlock and Miss Lucy Masters of Million were married here last Friday REYXOLDSKIRBY Mr Charles P Reynolds and Miss Grace Kirby both of Berea were married in this city last Monday WiiiTEATcniNSON Ledo White of Locust Branch and Miss Mildred Atchinson of Combs Ky were married at the residence of Sidney White Wednesday WlIITTAKERACEE Fount Wllitta ker ol Ruthton and Miss fcallie Agee of this city were united in marridge at the residence of the brides father Charles Agee Tuesday Dec 23 CoxCoxPreston Cox of Wilmore Ky and Miss Nettle Cox of Estill were married at the home of the brides parents December 24 BBANNAMAN7 YOUNG Ephralm Brannarnan and Miss Sallie J Young both of Rockcastle county will be married at Slate Lick today SIZEJIOKELEWIS Arthur Sizmore of Clay county and Miss Allis Lewis ot Berea were married on Christmas day at the nome of the brides parents inBereaGUESSILqZELWOODOn Inst Thurs day at the home of Mr and Mrs John Hazelwood near Big Hill their daugh ter Miss Maggie was united in marriage to Mr Thomas Guess a prominent young farmer of Hockaday this county DEATHS LYONS John Humphrey Lyon was born in Madison county Ky August 1 1819 and died in Columbia Mo Saturday December 201902tn the 83rd of his age For many years ho lived on a harm about six miles west of Colum bia but his health falling and allot his children grown for a year past bo has resided with his son and family at Maj F D Evans on Hinkston avenue in this place During his last illness a trained nurse constantly attended him and the early morning preceding his death he complained of coldness in his limbs whereupon he was wrapped in a warm blanket and relapse into a sound sleep from which he never awoke being found dead when next seenHis wife nee Miss Cyrene Hender son of Boone county died on March 23 1897 Six childrenfour sons and two daughters survive namely John HbfSt Louis Charles W grocery merchant of Centralia Henry of this county Alexander B a grocery mer chant in Columbia Mrs EverettThur ston of Hunslville and Mrs Leslie Phillips of the city of Mexico He was buried at Locust Grove church near Midway Rev Robert White of Rocheport Methodist church officiatingNo clever reputable citizen than John HLyon ever lived in Boone county and this testimonial is due his memory and high cbaracterColumbia Mo Statesman PERSONAL Mr Joe aUstof Paris was hero last week Mr P F Adams spent Sunday with hii family MI MyHaie Wagers is visiting in Louisville Mr JttobsftE Little was in Cincin nati lastek IMrWLByb wM aitoffri atNaltoalawk Mir Bertha Smith Is In Louisville the guest of relatives Dr Henry spent the holidays with relatives in Clark county Dr J M Poyntz wtta with relatives in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Kate J Wiggins has recovered from a recent severe illness Miss Mollie Fife is entertaining Miss Mary Glass of Nlcholasville Miss Mary Evans is in Winchester the guest of Mrs J M Benton Mrs Sudln Chenanlt is visiting her mother Mrs Elmore at BurjIn Mr Charlie Frasa spent Christmas day with relatives in Garrard county Mr and Mrs D M Chenault spent Christmas with relatives in Mt Sterl ingMr and Mrs George Simmons spent Christmas with Mrs Frost in Lexin tjn Miss Susan McRoberts of Danyille spent Christmas with Miss Julia Big gins Miss Ruth Crowe left yesterday morning for a few days visit to Louisville Major Adams and wife of Winchester visited Mrs B W Turner last Frank Clay of Fittsburg is visi ting friends and relatives here and inIthe county Dr R May Phelps and wife of Ver sailles spent Christmas with his par ents near town Mr and Mrs Mat Hacker of Irvine have been spending a few days with relatives here Mr George H Wilson of Lexington was the guest last Friday of Miss WIlj lie Mae Jarman Mr Ed Shackelford and daughter Miss Bessie of Mt Sterling are visitting in the county Mr Murry Smith returned to Lexington Va yesterday after spending the holidays at home Messrs Herman Frasa and Robert Soufiey attended a dance at Stanford on last Friday night Mr William Combs of SpeedwellI left Friday for Nashville he will go to schoolIMrs Will D Oldham of Lexington is visiting her mother Mrs Henrietta Bronston on Third streetiMr J Speed Smith Jr has returned to Washington City after spending Christmas withjils mother Mrs Pattie M Hume and children were in Winchester last week the guests of Mrs James Winn Miss Minnie Dykes attended a dance in Winchester last week given by the Drone Club of that city Mrs George M Edgar and son OraI ham are visiting Mrs Edgars daugh ter Mrs J T Vansant in Paris Mrs Beachain Lackey was in Niclio laaville last week the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Powell Miss Dora Neff has returned from Nicholasville where she spent Christ mas with the Misses Powell Little Mr Lloyd Frazier of Mt Sterling hiss been the guest of Master Neale Bennett on High street Dr W G White and wife of Louis ville have been visiting lion and Mrs Win B Smith on the Summitt Misses Lelitia and Elizabeth Crowe who are engaged in school in Frank fort spent the holidays at home Mr and Mrs Henry P Reid were in Mt Sterling last Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mrs Amanda Reid Mr Frank C Groninger returned to Indianapolis Monday after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Ansll D Miller Mrs T W Davis and son Parrish of Campbellsvillo are the guests of Mr and Mrs S Parrish on Secondstreet Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg and little daughter Marie Louise are at home from a visit to Cincinnati and Lazing tonMr G W Picked Jr who is attend lug the engineering department of State College was at home for Christmas Mr James Stoneof Louisville was tho guest last week of his grandparents Major and Mrs John D Harris near townMrs C G Crooks returned to her home in Danville Saturday after a short visit to her motberMrs Elizabeth Crowe Misses Katherine and Elizabeth Far ra have returned to Nicholasvillc after a visit to Mrs D H Myers on High streetMr RS Taylor who Is making his home in Cincinnati spent last week with his father Dr T J Taylor and InmilyMr Mrs harry Scrivner went to- E til1 county yesterday to attend the funeral and burial of Mr Amlrose Scrivner Jr Mrs Lizzie Miller and daughters MisstsSallie and Beasip ehjrtyed Christmas Day with Mrs James Wine in Winchester Mrs William Arnold and two little grandsons Harry and Paul Hanger spent last week with Mrs Hanger in Philadelphia Mr William C Miller left Monday for iv trip through time mountains in interest of Mr Joe Thurmans hide and iron business Miss Stuart Weed has returned to her home at Binghamton New York alter a visit of several weeks to Mrs S N Moberly The many friends of that estimable ady Mrs Thomas Ellis will regret to learn of her serious Illness nt her homo on Second street Miss Jane Reed who is attending school at Anne Arbor Michigan spent the Christmas holidays with her ulster Mrs V H Hobson Messrs C E Woods Tl H Pick ls mind T Hood Little are in Indianapolis attending the National Convention of the Sigma Nu Fraternity- Mr T II Karr Manager of the store of Chenault Evans at Orlando Ky isthe guest of friends in the city and enjoying a much needed rust Mr and Mrs Honry Jones of Mt Sterling returned home on last Friday after spending a few days with their daughter Mrs John W Arnold Miss Josephine Garland who has been the handsome and charming guest of Miss Laura Bennett baa returned to her home IniHantingtoc W Va Mr and Mrs William Shanks have returned to their home in Stanford after a pleasant visit to Mr ani Mrs Thomas E Baldwin near Speedwell Mr Murry Smith and slater Miss Sue who are attending schoolin Virginia spent Christmas with their parents Mr and Mrs T JSmith at Speedwell Rev W H llyRlte aad famllv left yesterday mornis los Paris Tun where they will reside itv the future I Per Ryalls will hvw charge of the jgb itaetut cuCTiib afrMiftl p- lacei0 i j u rSi TRY OUR i t FELT BOOTSy Theyre good and warm and youll like the quality and price t Also Extra Values In i 3 RwlblbeIf Boots Oveirshoe Wwrrn UndirwiiF Socks JjrveS9JVBIfcoats Everything thats good for wintry weatherwear j00 i e One Price to Everybody A every time no asking up in order to faIlyou get the I lowest price without any SljewingttJ GOVINGTON BANKS COUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS ELDERSB- ARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth Of CLOTHINGTO 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c Overcoats pricesIf SEE OUR STOCK QUILTS BLUETS Etc Dont Fail To Visit Millirney Department J And See All The New And Nobby Styles ELDERto l To Cure a Cold in One Day II Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets JSeven Million boxes sold In post 12 months Miss Mable Letton and Mr Leslie Rice went down to Falmouth on last Friday to attend the Christmas hop which was in every detail a charming affair They returned home Saturday The married peoples Euchre Club was entertained last night by Mr and Mrs B W Turner at an elegant six oclock dinner after which the guests indulged in a much spirited game of euchreRev Horace G Turner wife and lit tie son left yesterday for Nlcholasville for a few days visit Mrs Turner will goon to Georgetown to be the guest of her mother Mrs Louise Elgin for several weeks Rev Dr Dodge and wife bit yester day for Lewlsburg W Va to be pres ent at tee marriage of their son Mr John W Dodge of Jacksonville Fla to Miss Retta Daniel daughter of Rev Dr Daniel pastor of the Lewisburg Presbyterian church Mr Lewis B Herrington of Macon Georgia who together with lila wife cameup to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault has been taken to the Pattie L Clay Inflmary as he Is quite ill with fever Mr P M Pope went to Cincinnati Monday to begin his thirteenth year as traveling salesman for Johnson Bros Hardware This prolonged stay with one firm speaks very highly of Mr Popes business qualities and is a great compliment to him J L Schlegel begs to announce the opening of his new studio on Saturday January 3rd 1903 The public is cor dially invited No pictures will be taken on that day but on Monday Jan uary Bth will be ready for business Je thanks the public for pant favors and asks era coBtiaaaBce of same Mr and Mrs Alexander CaHilpbill- lson ol tile great evangelist and organ izer oifihe Church of the DecipIB ill clebrattlthtlrgQldea weddI 3 at 500 Mens and Boys cheap OF Mill Company This signature Hamilton College the residence of their daughter Mrs Hagerman next Tuesday It promises to be a most in teresting function to a wide circle of friends Lexington Gazette Miss Carlisle Walker was hostess at a delightful luncheon On last Saturday in honor of Miss Josephine Garland the guest of Miss Laura Bennett After luncheon time party repaired to the Grand to witness the production of The Wizard of the Nile Those present were Misses Garland Laura and Anne Bennett Sallie Shackeliord Olivia Baldwin Margaretta Smith and Mrs TJ Smith Jr Time principal eyent of Christmas week was the dance at the Masonic Temple on the evening of the 25th This was a most brilliant affair indulged in by the young society beaux and belles of the city Music was fur nlahcd by Saxtons orchestra of Lexington Under the able management of Messrs W U Bennett and H M Blanton the occasion was quite a suc cess and all pronounced it one of the most delightful affairs of the winter seasonWe have received the following in vitation- Mr James M Btatoa At Home Thursday January First from Oae to five oclock to recelro Tbe Bar and County Officials oftbe- TwentraUh Judicial Dhtilct The Chillicothe Mo Constitution of recent date contained the following notices and as the persons mentioned are from tillS county we publish same Mrs Chambers was formerly Miss Sarah Taylor Mr and Mrs Jerry Chambers of Kentucky are the guests of their father IL O Chambers of Jackson township They have come to LiviDgstoneounty for tIme purpose of buying a farm and locating hereon iMl Friday evening the Sun I r8 Cores Crip 1in Two Days on boxJ beam band of the Baptist church spenta most enjoyable tmein the basnmont of time church Games of all kinds were indulged in Bright colored bags filled with candy and fruit were given to each one present They were first required to walk the length of time room blindfold to the counter where the supplies were Much amusement was afforded by the blind staggers ot some COAL TIMEis here Wo can fill your bouso 0withthe best Jellicb and KentuckjCoals +++++Red Ash Alnite I iCannel All orders prompt ly delivered Letcher Witt Cool Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L No Depot Richmond Ky v I1i 1 t 4 I rasa Bros SECOND STREET paONE liS IFRESII groceries I AGENTS FO- RBoquet Hour lie Richmond Climax IDSESPAY DEO 31 1002 Rooms fr nnt apply Mrs Sallie Wardsep 1tf Bar1 hlrr a sbower stick tf L ELane iD B SLBkeiord Co agents for oors irtiilt stoves If yon ffict to have a good heany toIrrollAlM ols will reEume work at MesJn January 6th after a tenyaChristIl1M rest Let us l1h that old suit look like fbyrewi Cess Si i t MAULER Tailors Tbecm Club will meet this lernocn wri Mrs W S Oldham at trbGaec Lancaster Avenue Kanawha Salt at L R antons oct J3m Joesc itliug on the corner of J and T streets is beginning to eonqi i finished appearance Bvi r ur jewelry taste We- satE t tf L E Lane Tie Mission Band of the stPres ian church gave a very ja1 r lUrtainmant Sunday af ul Jhi ses and mules in the stern nf the State are dying iblir Is aggers said to be caused- ea vl corn Next M inlay will becounty court y first out in the new year rt Baying your subscription fP new page for the year Drr u to see the Johnny on the ct lpanv at the New Opera I irsclay Friday and Satur y will 1r ain matinees Thursday- dS liir Mr Jiiracs Di zier who has been c zed tIlis home for the past two t ecr uths with typhoid fever Islet it some now although he- eL r weak and thin jv v ur money at nome wnen a a suit made to order Fit irtnteJ TFFER Si MAULER Tailors Mr J I Kenneday and family lavo rr some time past occupied eFre m house on Firth street have Tf t ne or Mrs Cornie Clays tues n West Main street hard brick for sale at 8 per eras IIy D C Virgins Bro In irn at Vw Opera House or grocery lam trcet oct29tf Mllnry Bounty Land Varrants d i in Additional Homestead a TS Tfyou have one send par iiri RK Kelley Baird build Ka is City Mo and see what w h you for it It K KELLEV I ate meeting of colored teach s srpsion in Lexington having- n Monday Tie object of re is to discuss educational other subjects bearing one rtient of Nejjro life ProfD 10 of our colored tchool is in et Lc As w went to press on last Tues ybc e the appearance cf Tim Mur yT old Innocence at the Wiggins era II mse we did not get to make f it Thin was one of the est t at has been our pleasure to- trq a a long time and we only ret tv so small an audience greeted Sc en idactor and his excelentsup ft Itplay was eeming with laugh le stations still at times there were- e very touching little incidents traders were each and every eg and those who tailed to wit M r a play missed one of the best OilS d the season L R Blanton is sole ent for Wilton Jellico coal t 13mo Seour handsome line ot samples yourfallSTOPETKR MAULER Tailors oftlPresbyteriancJurch The great Raymond will be at the Januarv2ndWorld nothing but fun through and through Prices 25 35 and 50 Tomorrow there will be a New Housebyny Dont forget to go and take the children Admission only lOcts know11citizenby a horse which took fright at an L considerablybruised Cynthinna has suffered a destruc carriagefactoryhall was also damaged The loss on the Iundry amounted to 3000 The weather since Sunday has been sure enough winter Ice Und snow on the side walk has rendered walkjng most difficult and hazardous Several of our citizens have sustained falls but none injured to amount to anything Richmond people claim to be a music loving people and yet to view the very small crowd that attended the concert at the Grand Monday night and see how few were there it would seem that they are not The Boston Ladies Sympony orchestra was the attraction Monday evening and when we try to describe the marvelously sweet music discoursed by them words fail us The orchestra was composed oftwo stand two 2nd cellos six ltand six 2nd violins Iwo cornets one trombone two clarionets anti one flute and piccolo and the large antI snare drum billf cymbals etc They were greatly assisted by Mr Geo A Taylor tenor who gave two most beautiful selection and was forced to respond to enc re The audience though small was very appreciative and regretted deeply when the program was finished The Grau Opera Company held the boards at the Grand on last Satuiday afternoon and evening The matinee performance was The Wizard of the Nile And was fine in every detail pretty songs pretty girls and pretty dances The audience though small was very appreciative At the evening performance however the house was filled and to say the least it was most handsome audience Sousas great operaEl Capital was the production and it was superb The costuming was elegant and with the special scenery made a most pleasing picture One of the catchiest things during the whole performance was a splendid march and drill participated in by about six teen girls who went through with the different figures without a bauble The audience was wild with applause and the troupe was forced to respond to numerous encores This was indeed a rare treat for Richmond people and the Manager of the Grand should feel very proud over their success New Postmaster Thomas Warren has been appointed postmaster at Idalia to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of William Cassidy turn Sold The William Broaddus farm near Waco was sold by tbeCommissioner to Mr William Martin and Mm Annie Grinstead This farm contained 158K acres and brought S30 35 per acre Strayed About one week ago a black sow with one or two white spots on bodyweight about 250 pounds Liberalre ward will be paid for return of same to undersigned W G POWELL New Manager Mr J N Cushman who has been manager of the Water Light Co for the past six months has resigned He is succeeded by Mr McMunn of Boston who arrived Saturday to take the position Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the re turn or any Information leading to recovery Charles Tcrrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky Resigns J J Hudson who was elected con stable of the Elllston Magisterial dis trict at the last regular election offered his resignation one day last week Hie successor has not yet been appointed No Lecture January 6 Messrs beatherage Woods inform the public that owing to the serious Illness of the wife of Col Becker the latter cannot fill his engagement Jan 6 Holders of season tickets may bring a friend free to the following entertain ment February 3 Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 declO 2o rr i JDeatherage Co Ly Here Is The Place To find just what you need for your A Christmas dinner We have the V freshest and best goods thatean be n secured and our line was nevermore till complete than now Oranges Lemons Candies Apples t Bananas Figs Dates and hundreds it of other things to numerous to men tion We are anxious to supply the t ingredients for T aa tOur stock is fresh and cheap Order your supply for Christmas tJ that we can give that careful attenJ t tion which we demand for our cus tomers J1Deatherage Co J Solid Surer Ware solidstiverendless variety tf LELane tor Rent Our Store house 10U18 ft Two Mainatreesj businesslatelydee felt John U Taylor Son You Are Invikd cordialInvltatioothe county to call on next Monday county court day We have some new combination offers that will interest you and if you are looking tor bargains you will be more than pleased To Remain With Us On Satarday December 27th Mr Phil L Wilging as administrator of his fathers estate told the stock of goods which consisted of wall paper paints oils pictures etc Mr Wlllging was the purchaser paying 1500 for the stock County Attorney J Tetfa tobb Honored presIdentciation of Kentucky has recently ap pointed Mr J Tevis Cobb to act in conjunction with tho executive com mittee and arrange a program for the next Annual meeting at Dawson Springs in JulyR For the Market The Itichland pipe line was connect ed up with the original Jones gusher last week and the marketing of Knox countys output was begun This event has long been awaited by optra tors all over the field Just one year from the date the Jones well came in almost to an hour the flow of oil was turned into the pipe Biz Timber Purchase Pennsylvania capitalists have pnrchas ed 25000 acres of timber and coal lands in Roikcastlft and Jackson counties and are surveying the Altamount and Machester branch of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to Pound Fork in Jackson county a distance of 12 mile to haul out the products The road will be built by Spring Changed Their Quarters The Madison Lodge No 14 1 O O F Richmond LodgeIo 74 A O U W and Ky Council No 984 National Union have changed their place of meeting from the hall over the Blue- Grass grocery to the new Odd Fellows hall and will here after hold their set sions there New officers for all the- lodgeswihi be installed in January Revenue Assignments Tho assignment of revenue men for tin month of January has been made and all the Madison county men who have been on duty during Decem ber will be retained Messrs E G Parrish and P F Adams Jr will remain at Tyrone Messrs J T Shack elford I G Sebastian J W Grider and J H Farris will still be at Silyer Creek AU Favor It The attempt to organize committees as auxiliaries to the Kentucky Exhibit Association in all counties has brought out one fact prominently and that is that but one sentiment exists Ken tucky must be represented and ad equately at the LouisianaPnrchase Ex position Every letter that reaches the headquarters of the Association conains enconrging words For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located ii Estill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in agood cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separate to suit purchaser Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky wm Move to This County Mr James E Rutledge cf Clark county has purchased of Col A T Chenault a farm of 105 acres near Red House The price paid was 5000 Possession will be given the 1st of Jan uary The Winchester Democrat In speaking of the above dealsays Mr Rutledge and his estimable wife are among our very best people and we commend them to the people of their new home At Home at LastIMadison Lodge No 14 I 0 O F moved from the old quarters in the Greenloaf building to the new home last Tuesday The Madison Lodge now owns as handsome a home as any lodge of that order in the State the dedication of the new building which was to have taken place last week ha heen postponed until the night or Jmitinry 20 Sonic of tilt Grand pincers who desired to he present were tutiihle to be here Inst week PUBLIC SALE I will otTer at Public Sale at my farm four miles from Richmond on the Lex ington pike on Friday January 9 at 10 oclock the following described property One pair of good work mar mules 2 nice weanling red bull calves 1 lot household furniture 1 good reaper 3 mowing machines one new 2 cultivators in good order 2 hay rakes A number of good plows all kinds one as good as new Kentucky wheat drill a lot gear I good two horse wacon 1 cook stove Ac Five or six stacks of splendid oats well stacked and other things useful on a farm Terms made known on day of sae dec312t I SHELBY IRVINE Removals Mr Walter Ballard and family will move into the Rowland house on Fifth street lately purchased bythem Miss Lucy Adams and brothers who have for several years past occupied tho Wallace house on tha Summltt will take a house on tho Cam pus for next year Dr E O Vance and wife will move into the Wallace house Mr PF Adams Jr will remove to the cottage on fifth street now occupied by Mr Miller Davidson who will after the first of tho year take the lower half of the old Wainscott house on West Main street RevEisenhartand family will take the Freeman house on Filth street recently vacated by 1tIrJas Ksnnedy who is now living in one j Mrs Clays cottages oa Maui street The Sullivan cottage on North strel made vacant by Rev Ryals removal will be occupied by Mr S H Thorpe and family Mr TJ Smith Jrl has moved into the A Wilkes property on West Main street having recently plrchasedtf1at home The house vacated by Mr Smith will be taken by Dr T J Tay loc aiui family Took the Vote A novel method of arriving atfc decision was adopted yesterday by Judge CourtPhiliprainged on the charge of exploding a common firecracker on the street He was deaf and dumb Attorney Chits W Dell stated to the court the good washislaw He made a motion that the case be dismissed The Judge put the motion bdore the house and called for the yeas and nays and the large audi I1cqnittatrhevoted for the defendants discharge and it is certain he did not hear the bearinginHarrodsburg News twentyfourCo Coals airtight stoves Fatal AcdJent Ambrose Scrivner Jr ot Estill bythegun while out hunting Monday after noon died yesterday morning at three oclock The accident that peculiaronepanions had stopped under a large tree and were trying to knock some per simmons Ambrose Scrivner was leaning on lila gun with Ills arm across the mnszle when one of tho falling sticks struck the gun and aused it to go off tearing ofT his arm and shoulder He taken home at once where he died yesterday inor ing Ambrose Sciivner was the son of Ambrose Scrivner Sr former sheriff of Estill county and was about twenty yeais of age He was a brother of Mrs HarryScrtvnerof right and Industrious you tig man and was popular with all who knew him and his loss will be keenly felt in his community The bereaved family have the sympathy of all in their trouble Skeleton of Black Squirrel to be Haunted Prof David W May In charge of the AniuioHusbandry Department the State College will ask permission of Messrs Garrett to be allowed to dis- Inter the bones of Black Squirrel the famous saddle stallion to be mounted and pfaced in the college museum Prof May has already superintended the disinterring of the skeleton of the famous George Wilkeg which is now being mounted by the students and he has obtained permission to do likewise with the bones of Hanover the matchless thoroughbred sire The work of digging up Ihe latter has not yet been done hut will be as soonas the weather permits When Prof May has carried ont his intentions in regard to the skeletons of the three greatest sires of Kentucky horses he will have made quite an ad dition to the museum and done much to perpetuate the memories on those horses lo future generations Prof Mays idea is unique and will bo appreciated by the lovers of fine horses everywhere Lexington Herald Mac Morton in Trouble In St Louis last Friday mornine John W Karriger Jr aged twenty seven years was stabbed to death by Thompson Morton at Barrigers private office He only lived thirty minutes after the cutting Barriger was a real dent engineer of the StLouisMemphis and Southeastern Railroad Morton was a civil engineer and for the time without employment After the kill lug Morton was found to be suffering from mercurial poisoning and was taken to the hospital In a dangerous conditionNo was present at the time or the killing and as Barriger did not live long enough to make a statement and Morton refused to give the cause nothing is known of it Popular Mac Morton attended Central University here for three years and had more friends than any other man in college During his college days he had the reputation ef being one of the greatestathletes in the South He studied civil engineering and worked for a long time in Central and South America where his system be came satuated with marlaria His friends here and those who know him best say his miud has been impaired lor thin last year Naturally of a free generous disposition he had become surly and suspicious and suspected various innocent parties of plotting to do htm harm Hawkes Cut Glass Every price bears the trade mark best there is tf L E Lane Lodge Officers Elected Following are the officers recently elected by the various lodges of Rich mond to serve doing the ensningyear Richmond Lodge No 25 F A Ma sons A H Zaring Worshipful Master W R Shackelford Senior Warden W R Letcher Jr Junior Warden- S S Parks Treasurer J A Higgins Secretary E D Ballard Tyler Richmond Lodge No 74 AOUW- E P Clark Master Workman- C M Shearer Foreman- W D Buckley Overseer W L Leeds Recorder C F Higgins Receiver Chas Jacobs Financier J LFlora Guide A C Glowers Past Master Workman These officers will be installed the second meeting night Jn Janany Ky Council No 9S4NationaI Union C F Higgins President H R Pickels VicePresident- V H Hobson ex VicePresident Win Simms Sr Speaker- W T Griggs Usher W L Bybee Financial Secretary R A Barlow Corresponding Secretary Chas Jacobs Chaplain- L 0 Shearer Sergant at Arms D S Wilcox Doo Keeper Floating Canoe No 78 Order of Red MenFred A Miller Sachem- A T Douglas Senior Sagamore John Sexton Junior Sagamore J W Wagers Secretary R W Colyer Prophet The following is a list of officers elected on Dec 27to serve Berea Lodgp No 617 F A M for theensuing year Joseph E Johnson VYW H Porter S W David N Welch J W E Frank CoyleTreas ETFishSecty John Johnson SD S CLawisJD Caleb Cope 8 T atFrasa Bros la the1BoquetFJour L 2LETUSIIAVEIT Wtat thought have you given to the proposed electric canines extending through the county from the Ken youknosvaboutthem stand Look well to your interests and the progress of our county The Fiscal Court has just met and extended the time of this present franchise of the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Co until February 7 1903 In order that lIvery citizen might have time to give the question some thougLt and express same to their respective mag fs rates thus giving each magistrate a decided opinion from his district so that each may know how to vote when court convenes on February 7th This is no small enterprise Madison county has all to gain and nothing to lose It is a mistaken idea that dur ing tile construction of the proposed rods that our turnpikes will be greatly damaged by reason of hauling over hem I have been reliably informed mat tIle road is first graded and the remainder of the work and hauling is done by loading their cars and backing them along as the road is completed Another consideration is that travel over the turnpike will be greatly le sened when the road is completed because much of the travel will be over the Caroline This alone will more than pay the interest on the outstanding bonds which were floated to pay for the turnpikes The question of tho cars Icing a menace to public travel Is perfectly absuid There is nothing about an electric car half so rightful as a covered wagon or a public ambulance The motto of all counties in which electric cars are operated is Wo stand in the front and In the push of right here and we will for ex amplo take out of the county our turn pikes and railroads Both were put here at heavy costbut without them where would we be In the mud What would be our condition fidanciully Bankruptcy nut with our splendid system of turnpikes excellent rail road facilities electric cars tapping all business centers of our county tele phones in every residence fifteen millions of accessible and hidden wealth backed up on her borders by the rich est coal and oil fieldsyot discovered where does Madison county stand Do you belieye that any citizen of Madison county should say to his neighbor No we dont want you Should wo fail to secure this proposed line under such reasonable conditions we might live the rest of our days as a whipped repenter To say no tolhis great enterprise will register the eclipse of the sunshine in all Madisons broad future Put your shoulder to the elec tric wheel and your business will move with ease and speed and wealth will accumulate with surprising rapidity In a few years every busines centre in the county will be connected I rayeome on with your electric cars wireless telephones air ships and all modern devices except the automobile I am very firm but not too harsh in their condemnation H H COLYEB Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remem brances from our stock we cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L E La- neMATRIMONIAL COATSMASTEIH Mr Reese CoatsJr of Whitlock and Miss Lucy Masters of Million were married here last Friday REYXOLDSKIBBY Mr Charles P Reynolds and Miss Grace Kirby both of nerea were married in this city last Monday YJIITEATCUIKSOX Ledo White of Locust Branch anll Miss Mildred Atchineon of Combs Ky were mar neil at the residence of Sidney White Wednesday WIHTTAKEBAGEE Fount Whitta ker ol Ruthton and Miss Sallie Ages of this city were united in marriage at the residence of the brides father Charles Agee Tuesday Dec 23 CoxCoxPreston Cox of Wilmore Ky and Miss Nettle Cox of Estill were married at the home of the brides parents December 24 BBANNAMAKT YOUNG Ephraim Brannaman and Miss Sallie J Young both of Rockcastle county will be married at Slate Lick today BIZEMOBELEWJS Arthur Sizmore of Clay county and Miss Alhe Lewis ol Berea were married on Christmas day at the home of the brides parents in Berea GUESSHAZELWOOD On last Thurs day at the home of Mr and Mrs John Hazelwood near Big Hill their daugh ter Miss Maggie was united in marriage to Mr Thomas Guess a prominent young farmer of Hockaday this county DTHS YoNsJohn Humphrey Lyon was born in Madison county Ky August 1 1819 and died in Columbia Mo Saurday December 201902in the 83rd of his age For many years he lived ou a farm about six miles west of Colum bia but his health falling and allot his children grown for a year past he has resided with his son and family at Maj F D Evans on Hinkston avenue in this place During his last illness a trained nurse constantly attended him and the early morning preceding his death he complained of coldness in hit limbs whereupon he was wrapped in n warm blanket and relapsel into a sound sleep from which he never awoke being found dead when next seenHis wife nee Miss Cyrene Bender son of Boone county died on March 23 1897 Six childrenfour sons and two daughters survive namely John HofSt Louis Charles W grocery merchant of Centralia Henry of this county Alexander B a grocery mer chant in Columbia Mrs EverettThnr ston of Hunslville and Mrs Leslie Phillips of the city of Mexico lIe was buried at Locust Grove church near Midway Rev Robert White of Rocheport Methodist church officiatingNo clever reputable citizen than John H Lyon ever lived in Boone county and this testimonial Is duo his memory and high cbaracterCOlumbla Mo Statesman PERSONAL Mr Joe Watts of Pans was hero last week Mr PP Adams spent Sunday with His family Miss Mynaie Wagers is visiting in ouiaviIle Mr Robert E Little was in Cincm laati list week f Mr W LBybee was a guestof frwedi at Nealtow last wwk x Mir Bertha Smith Is in Louisville the guest of relatives Dr Henry spent the holidays with relatives in Clark county DrJ M Poyntz was with relatives in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Kate J Wiggins has recovered from a recent severe illness Miss Mollie Fife is entertaining Miss Mary Glass of Nlcholasville Miss Mary Evans is in Winchester the guest of Mrs J M Benton Mrs Sndin Chenault is visiting her mother Mrs Elmore at Burgin Mr Charlie Frasa spent Christmas day with relatives in Garrard county Mr and Mrs D M Chenault spent Christmas with relatives in Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs George Simmons spent Christmas with Mrs Frost in Lexinjt tjn Miss Susan McRoberts of Danville spent Christmas with Miss Julia Big gins Miss Ruth Crowe left yesterday morning for a few days visit to Louisville Major Adams and wife of Winches ter visited Mrs B W Turner last Frank Clay of PUtsborg is visi ting friends and relatives here and in the county Dr R May Phelps and wife of Versailles spent Christmas with his parents near town Mr and Mrs Mat Hacker of Irvine have been spending a few days with relatives here Mr George H Wilson of Lexington was the guest last Friday of Miss Wil lie Mae Jarman Mr Ed Shackelford and daughter Miss Bessie of Mt Sterling are visiting in the county Mr Murry Smith returned to Lexing ton Va yesterday after spending the holidays at home Messrs Herman Frasa and Robert Soufley attended a dance at Stanford on last Friday night Mr William Combs of Speedwell left Friday for Nashville Tenn where be will go to school Mrs Will D Oldham of Lexington is visiting her mother Mrs Henrietta Bronston on Third street Mr J Speed Smith Jr has returned to Washington City after spending Christmas with Jiis mother Mrs Pallia M Hume and children were in Winchester last week the guests of Mrs James Wins Miss Minnie Dykesattendeda dance in Winchester last week given by the Drone Club of that city Mrs George M Edgar and son Gra ham are visiting Mrs Edgars daugh ter Mrs J T Vansant in Paris Mrs Beacham Lackey was in Niche lasville last week the guest of her mother Mrs Mollie Powell Miss Dora Neff has returned from Nicholasville where she spent Christ mas with the Misses Powell Little Mr Lloyd Frazier of Mt Sterling has been the guest of Master Neale Bennett on High street Dr W G White and wile of Louis 1l1sIon Misses Letitia and Elizabeth Crowe who are engaged in school in Frank fort spent the holidays at home Mr and Mrs Henry P Reid were in Mt Sterling last Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mrs Amanda Reid Mr Frank C Groninger returned to Indianapolis Monday after a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Ansil D Miller Mrs T W Davis and son Parrish of Campbellsville are the guests of Mr and Mrs S Parrish on Second street Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg and little daughter Marie Louise are at home from a visit to Cincinnati and Lazing tonMr G WPickela Jr who is attending the engineering department of State College was zit home for Christ masMr James Stone of Louisville was tbe guest last week of Iris grandparents Major and Mrs John D Harris near townMrs C G Crooks returned to her home in Danville Saturday alter a short visit to her mother lrsEliz1beth Crowe Misses Katherine and Elizabeth Far ra have returned to Nicholasville alter a visit to Mrs D H Myers on High streetMr R STaylor who is making his home in Cincinnati spent last week with his father Dr T J Taylor and lamily Mr and Mrs harry Scrivner went to Estill county yesterday to attend the fuperal anti burial of Mr Ami rose Scrivner Jr Mrs Lizzie Miller and daughters MiSSVB Sallie and Hessfc ehjoyed Christ mas Day with Mrs James Winn in Winchester Mrs William Arnold and two little grandsons Harry and Paul Hanger spent last week with Mrs Hanger in PhiladelphiaMr C Miller left Monday forrv trip through the mountains in interest of Mr Joe Thnrmans hide and iron business Miss Stuart Weed has returned to her home at Binghamton New York after a visit of several weeks to Mrs S N Moberly The many friends of that estimable ady Mrs Thomas Ellis will regret to learn of her serious illness at her home SecondstrietMiss who Is attending school at Anne Arbor Michigan spent the Christmas holidays with her sister Mrs V H Hobson Messrs C E Woods f H Pickels and T Hood Little are in Indianapolis attending the National Convention of the Sigma Nu Fraternity Mr T H Karr Manager of the store of Chenault Evans at Orlando Ky isthe guest of friends in the city and enfoyiug a much needed rest Mr and Mrs Henry Jones of Mt Sterling returned home on last Friday after spending a few days with their daughter Mrs John W Arnold Miss Josephine Garland who has been the handsome and charming guest of Miss Laura Bennett has returned to her home inhluntingtonWVa Mr and Mrs William Shanks have returned to their home in Stanford after a pleasant visit to Mr saiMre Thomas E Baldwin near Speedwell- Mr Marry Smith andelster Misa Sue who are atteadtajr school in Virginia spent Christmas with their parents Mr and Mrs T JSmith at Speedwell Rev W H Byall tod faiailv kit yesterday SKMBIDR far Paris Teas where they will r4de in the future Rev Ryall will his charge of the ffeAjUptitt eliiteb aij Uwl place t TRYOU- RFELT BOOTSTheyre good and warm and youll like the quality and price Also Extra Values In inbber Boots Overshoes Warm Underw lli9 Socks U1ov 9OvBlicoits Everything thats good for wintry weather wear One Price to Everybody every time no asking up in order to fallyou get the lowest price without any Ujewingtt GOYINGTON I BUNKS OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYSI ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth Of CLOTHINGTO 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 it 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6 JOOO mens and boys Suits all prices JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c tt If we have what you want prices will suit you SEE OUR STOCK OF Mill QUILTS BUUKETC Etc Dont Fail To Visit IJepartnieiflLuitjr And See All The New And Nobby Styles ELDERto DayIIi Seven Million boxes sold in post 12 mentis Miss Mable Letton and Mr Leslie Rice went down to Falmouth on last Friday to attend the Christmas hop which was in every detail charming affair They returned home Saturday The married peoples Euchre Club was entertained last night by Mr and Mrs B W Turner at an elegant six oclock dinner after which the guests indulged in a much spirited game of euchreRev Horace G Turner wife and lit tie son left yesterday for Nlcholasville for a few days visit Mrs Turner will goon to Georgetown to be the guest of her mother Mrs Louise Elgin for several weeks Rev Dr Dodge and wile lelt yester day for Lewlsburg W Va to be pres ent at tee marriage of their son Mr John W Dodge of Jacksonville Fla to Miss Retta Daniel daughter of Rev Dr Daniel pastor of tbe Lewisburg Presbyterian church Mr Lewis B Herrington of Macon Georgia who together with Iris wife cameup to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault has been taken to the Pattie A Clay Infimary as he is qUite HI with fever Mr P M Pope went to Cincinnati Monday to begin his thirteenth year as traveling salesman for Johnson Broi Hardware Company This pro longed stay with one firm speaks very highly of Mr Popes business qualities and is a great compliment to him J L Schlegel begs to announce the opening of his new studio on Saturday January 3rd 1003 The public Is cor djally invited No pictures will be taken on that day but on Monday Jan uary 5th will be ready for businese He thanks tbe public for past favors and asks for a Continuance of same Mr and Mrs Alexander Campbell son othe great evanccliat and own izer of the Church of the Decipl will- cei5blatd their golden ireddiaj at o This signature Hamilton College the residence ofI their daughter Mrs Hagerman Tuesday It promises to be a most teresting function to a wide circle of friends Lexington Gazette Miss Carlisle Walker was hostess at a delightful luncheon on last Saturday in honor of Miss Josephine Garland the guest of Miss Laura Bennett Af ter luncheon the party repaired to the Grand to witness the production of The Wizard of the Nile Those present were Misses Garland Laura and Anne Bennett Sallie Shackeliord Olivia Baldwin Margaretta Smith and MrsTJ Smith Jr The principal eyent of Christmas week was the dance at the Masonic Temple on the evening of tho 23th This was a most brilliant affair indulged in by the young society beaux and belles of the city Music was fur nished by Saxtons orchestra of Lexington Under the able management of Messrs W C Bennett and H M Stanton the occasion was quite a suc cess and all pronounced it one of the most delightful affairs of the winter seasonWe have received the following in vitation Vr Jams If Beatoa At Rome Thor d j Jinntry Pint from One to five oclock to receive The Bar and County Official otthe- lweDtTlltth Judicial District The Chiliicothe Mo Constitution of recent date contained the following notices and as the persons mentioned are from tins county we publish same Sirs Chambers was formerly Miss Sarah Taylor Mr and Mrs Jerry Chambers of Kentucky are the guests of their father H C Chambers of Jackeon township They have come to Livingston county for the purpose et buying a farm anti locating here- On iMt Friday evealsg the Sun 1Cures on every ibox 25c beam band of the Baptist church spenta most enjoyable time in the basement of the church Games of alt kinds vera indulged in Bright colored bags filled with candy and fruit were given to each one present They were first required to walk the length of tire room blindfold to the counter where thin supplies were Much amusement was afforded by the blind staggers ot some I COALTIME is again here Wo can fill your houso with the best Jellico and Kentucky Coals +++++Red Ash Alnite t Manchester Cannel Coal J +t+++++ +++ All orders prompt ly delivered Letcher WittI Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky 1 II PROFESSIONAL CARDS = i ATXOBNETB R V MILLER ATTOWiBYiTLAW RICHMOND EKTVCgT ftice n the Burn m Building next door tc rtiera National Bankii7 Ieo3lrj j 7A JATTOKSBYATLVW tCHMOND KBtf mKYi thee over State Bank Trust Co op- 11teCourt House on Main treet JUDMOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW JTOIMOND KENTUCKY lice on Second street over Chen itsgrocery W R LETCHER Attorney atrLaw KENTUCKY irliMoD aTOlBco over Tuylor Hrs Store J ACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW niCHMOND KENTUCKY thee In John Bennetfi old law office over lrry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS JjKS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS MCHMOND KENTUCKY iKBcein the Dr Hobwn fcaiMinc MinStreet JL C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhee Stouffur Buildinc Main Street JWepboue at residence the Curt place on BrtHdvray- icnMOND KENTDCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I CIIMOND KENTUCKY B 0 Vance DO Mrs E OYance D 0- Osteopathic v Physicians State Bank Trust U JL erature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE traduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL STOG3RY I T 1ae it 1tOnSO ORNTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY rOfSoe next door to Government BulletinS idhmSnaKy Office hours9 to 121 to 4 riv171yHarry M BJanton DENrISTcir- Olliee iu BtqnU l 111 TELEPHONE DR LANDMN Hotal Gl nlIohr Wedneslny January 1itho Taken Up Tuken up as ostray a small brown tl1 king mare mule was taken up on iwalay Oct 7 Ownni can have same f properly proving ownership and jtunjj charges J II Allman- tf Chief of Police ATTfNTION W Intro moved our produce business from the East l lId of Main street to tlie Gnruett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glnd towel come our friends and patrons We willcontinue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry IlidestFurs and other Produce Uve us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders intheProduce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2Pj vnlv PvICIIMOND KY MoRE LIVES ARE SAVED 1Y USING Of Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And LUng Remedies Combined This wonderful r medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FetferPleurisyftaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price5Qcil TrialBottlo Freo TO THOSE A wishing to purchase the Page Wire Fence 10 ff Weave pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons R chmond Searcv Hamilton Waco lo 0 S Powell Red House J W Masters Vallev View I V Whitlock Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Koberts Rutbton J W Teater Edenton J W Prewitt CoUonburg L A AVearren Paint Lick- WallacetonfC McWharter Bickner Early Berea JT Coy Kirksville One Eye May Be Alright and the other allwrong Unless the defect or weakness of the one is corrected by Glassesof suitable strength the sound eye will be affected Cost nothing to ascertain the condition oi the eyes Our tests are free and the prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone securing just what they tequire in Alluminal Gold Filled and Solid Gold Frames or the now style Finch eye glass T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Araers old stand SQjl ly For Winter 19O2 White Cotton Dress Goods f Victor Ja Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel tyJTancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt f 3ngs f Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Ghambrays Shirtings J Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines 0 Wash Silks Ribbons Agenthfor GoftonsL Mf CeleBrated Shirts t O White AND Gibson1 RICHMOND KY Di R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will 0 be at Hotel Glyndon Thursday and Friday January 8 and 9 1903 y haveITpprfectEft s and assure vou injust Satisfactory results s Kyamto4up i WE GO WEST VIA I Memphis Kansas City or Chicago i Through Service of the Very Best to ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY i CrltoRADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO s W AND THE PACIFIC COAST i Jt r The Very Lowest Rates for the Ceteslst and Koracsccker I 5D BACON Genl Agl HOWARB JOLLY T P I IB Fourth SL Cincinnaif 0 M East Fourth SL Cincinnati LAuule QEO H LEE G P sock ArkI JL1 Plea For Wooden Shoes i We have wisely taken to wearing sandals says a phy sician in the Philadelphia Re cord I hope that before long we will learn the advan tage of the wooden shoe or sabot Do you know that a great many diseases are due to leather shoes due to the wearingall day long of tight leather that is often in bad weather watersoaked And do you know that by the wear ing of wooden shoes which keep the feet dry and which do not draw all those di seases might be avoided I have had several pairs of sabots and so have my wife and children They cost about thirty cents a pair and keep the feet dry without cramp ing them or making them un healthily tender I believe that the wisest thing Americans could do would be to take up the sandal and the the sabot discarding alto gether the shoe of leather After Corporations It is stated that proceedings will soon be instituted by a number of County Attorneys before the State Board of Valuation and Assessmentfor- the purpose of having the franchises of the railroads and miscellaneous corpora tions of the State assessed for State county and munici pal taxes for the years 1893 4 and 5 The law imposing this tax was passed Novem ber 3892 and the first re ports were due to be made in September 1893 Reports were made but the records do not show that any assess ment was made until 1896 The taxes for the three years mentioned are therefore al leged to be due and would amount to ahalf million dollars or more which if collected would go to the State the counties the municipalities and taxing districts as the assessment if made would be apportioned to the State counties etc Kentucky E The U S Civil Service Commisssion reports that for theyear ending June 30 1902 there were 14983 persons ap pointed from its registers This was 4682 more than was ever before appointed in a single year Anyone wish ing information about these positions can secure it free by writing for the Civil Serv ice announcement of the Cpl umbian Correspondence Col lege Washington D C The Commission will hold examinations to secure young men and women for these places during March and April at Covington Danville Owens boro Louisville and Lexing ton Many people do not know that these appointments are made without political influence and that a large share of them are filled by those hav ing only a common school ed ucation but such is now the case Once upon a time a Topeka Kansas minister wastpreach ing a sermon on HOv Shall We Get to Heaven Just outside the church there was a ball game in progress on a hisbeautiful droppedhis AndhowThere was a moments pause then came an excited voice slidelike Graceiul women A Desire for a Perfect Figure It Inseparable from a Love of the Beautiful The scent of the violet or rose is aa Whosebreath enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance purityhealthgoodtastel111d BRADFIELD rinortorturedgsPstll1ayofTetsomethmg the menstrual organs will not be de resultTryfresTHE jIA 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 de light both river and recipient YEAGER has on display a beauti ful collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the eye FJYEAGER SECOND STREET A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by snail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KyBEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear- Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I usingitfeel better than I havean twenty years and J cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec A Suggestion C Stanford will start into the new year with a hanging If every town in Kentucky will do likewise the year 1903 will not be as bloody as the one that is fast fading away If all juries would do their duty Kentucky would not much longer be refered to as the Darkand Bloody Ground If fathers would use their shotguns therewould be fewer young girls with tears of real sorrows in their eyes and in fants in their arms with no fathers There is radical room for reformation along many linesLincoln Demo Cat Tetter SaUKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases Itisa favonta remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arojnstcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseenta per package A portion of the first iron bridge built in England whichspans the Severn at Ironbridge Salop has given way The parting of the girders caused a report like a thunderclap The bridge was erected in 1779 and according to the act of Parliament under which itwas built the sovereign has to pay toll before he can cross pillWhyDeWitts Early Risers Are little surprisers Take onethey do the rest W A Howell Houston Tex writes I have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family for constipation sick head Indebtedfortlie As the seal fishery in the Behring sea has been a fail ure this year the Canadian sealers are turning their attention to the Falkland is lands in the South Atlantic where seals are stated to be plentiful If you were scared easily you inigln uppose that the pain in the lower part troubleBlltt is only muscular stiffness from cold PerryDavisaccordingly PerryDavis Nigbtcaps and cotton ear wads are provided by the proprietor of a hotel at Vyi tra Hungary for those of his guests who retire early and do not wish to be kept awake by a gypsy band which plays nightly at the hotel Contrary to etiquette a court carriage in which the Archduke was driving was overtaken and passed by a motor car driver at Vienna The latter has since been put under arrest for twentyfour hours for furious driving JATTILkfMla on eacJboxl5 ceili J E i A For Rint Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurznan Grocery Co tf I otTer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x22 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Strayed or stolen From my place about three wooKs ago a pate red dehorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf Ben Horc- lRichmond Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestanta and digests all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most senstlve stomachs can take It By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything elSe failed Is unequalled for tbe Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adict unnecessary Cures all stomach troub2es Prepared by E C DEWirr Co Chicago The 51 bott1econtalns times theSOc 6lzer For sale hy Perry Thomas Your Od- Kentucky Home- We are not going to tell yon theresno 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 R The Worlds Fair Line To the Dst a 5ouD s Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of eaIi 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 mmi iQner all Mary Jarman Million c Pill against D M OhenaultComt Dod Jarruan Oft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY JJy virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court renderea at the December Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Friday Jan 2 1903 Between the hours of 11 oclock a ni and 12 oclock m on tho premises con taming the 001 nero tract in Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to Public Sao to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Tract Of Land containingMChurch lot the William Chaney land Dr Cornelius Cyrus Moore Silver Creek Chastities line etc 2nd The timber tract detached contains 1858100 acres adjoining Wra Bush and Pit Bonge The 661 acre tract is divided iuto2 pikeTheseseparately as also the 18 58100 acre tract and then all three will be sold as a whole and tho bid gr bids realizing the most money will be accepted TERMS =Sal will be made ona credit of and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required togive bond with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment beai inglegal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said proper ty until all the purchase money is paid S ESCOTT- 3t M O if C C Standard American Annnal and ENCYCLOPEDIA- A Statistical Volume of Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages OYfR l0001DffKS 1tOOOFACT SPECIAL FEATURES IntheUflhte55taeaFuII = Platforms ol Political Oflice Kjf I j TC1it Committees feii 11 iiiifM qiTl A 2tatlonCivil Oov- 11Tk JcmrentforthePhillp QuatcaIonsi M 111 1 rj5tatsUa Frsterral MJ Atlltary and Pa r ot c lnfonuntoni 2oriISecHjIcAcltlne5fmeama Th Sehmlc lalurhanO of t02 nont Pelte RtqtructlvO ol the City ol New Ycrk theOfficctfietore0 1ce125c1 On Every eV5ltaDu Psjtpaid to any address 39e THE WORLD PJiltrer BMdlog New Ycrk Coiii Dn r a1c Splcey Baxter Jtc Plff c flit EQUITXBYTlrtne Sale at the December term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersign d will on Monday Jarv 5t03 Between the hours of oclock a in and 12 oclock m at the Court House Door In Rich mood Madison county Ky being January County Court to expose toDaYlproceedPublic Sale to best bidder the following described property viz A Tract of Land Situated in Madison county Ky containing 207 acres being a part of the 4801 acres more or less adjoining the lands of Win Bently the Lucas land sold to A J McQnirfl the acres entered by Uriah Jlallory now Lucas JL M Fennlman Baxter and lloslcins c Less the 40 acres belonging to Wra 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 judg ment herein to which reference Is hereby given TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give good bond with security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from dayof sale with II Lien re served upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S E SCOTT 17de3t M CM CC M HI1DmmissiDner S W F Broaddus admr c PIUs against W F Broarfdnj Divisees 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 1902 iu the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Dec 27 02 About the hour of 11 oclock a m on the premise in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Hale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Tract of Land Containing 158 acres more or lesj the bury- Ing Krouud contalnlng about 3000 square feet and definitely bounded in the judgment to be excluded from sale located on tee waters of the Kentucky River 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 Imonths equally The purchaser will be required t give bond with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judg meat 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 4 1902 Master Conimtsionerof- at Madison Circuit Court idRates and Quick Time to the West and Southwest Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R R and the C 0 GRR llsiil On tho 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 ducedrates 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 thrEe low rates Fur rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or address t GB BACONf D P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A 38 East Fourth St- Cincinnati 0 Notice to Creditors Notice is hereby given to all persons to whom my late husband is indebted 15 present their claims properly verified 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 Irs JAS W SMITH Harvey Ohcnault Jr Ideit Richmond Ky MidWinterHoliday On Account of th- eChristmas and New Year- Holidays BO8WWill sell excursion tickets from and to nit points on its line and connectinglitws rember 2125 and 31 lp02 and January lst1903 at rate of One And OneThird Fare For The Round Trip TiekHH will be goqd returning to antI including January 2d 190a IW full particulars consult any Agent or address o MCCARTY H General Passenger Agent CinninnalivQliio TOUR OF ALL MexkviVIABOSW Tuesday January 27 Under special escort Pullman Vestibuled Trains Drawingroom Compartments Patlor Library Music room Dining Car mid tho famous Open top Observation Cat Chillilitli Leisurely itinerary with long stops including Three Circle Tours in the Tropics and the Ruiued Cities in the South of Mexico Tickets Include all Expenses Everywhere O P McCARTY General Pliengot Ant11 Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims against the estate of JW Hill are requested to present same verified as is reanired by law to the undersigned on or be fore the 1st day of January 1903 Parties indebted to the estate of J W Hill will please call promptly on the undersigned and pay same without costs T C U lossip Exor of tf J W fUll OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur pose P You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade lOvear old in jugs SlOO perpallon 10Co bottles i 1 5U l Ijugs 250 5I t bottles 3 2Co 1 jtiRsf 210 U Orders promptly filled PropOldlrcUm cr novlyr Anderson county Ky Beat This 5400 zap Robe of ours if you can added to this price will not secure its equal elsewhere This doublefaced fine quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of the many in our stock This is the handsomest line that was ever in time city All these goods possess many at tractive features not the least of which is their handsome appearance and durabilityLap at all pricea from 150 upwardsT J Moberley 7f This signature Is on cvcry box of tim eenulne Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets tbo remedy that CUres R coltS in ono day Por Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of tho following judgments- A J W Webber Berkley Ky138 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 11245 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N O Brandon ICo Dexter Ky 33520 10WniKuepzienf N Phlpps ML Sterling Ky66 28 Ferdinand Louisville 54 09 1400Rcounty Kyn 5 60 Austin Rockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7my6t 1- cmSTANDARD ShuttlM rsewlngMachIne STANDARD OaAmlILOCK AND CHAIN TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMachines stitch Two machine in one Run as silent as the ticking of n watch Run onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and lab OUT Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and hall bearings IB the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We manufacture upCanbo conviccd A BUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Ilickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 21 W OSnio INfrr Zik t lG J P i fast r J I TiP X 113c AtL IB NoA 11 81EB rfli 1111rt lju- rornt kof T CIIa 04 nrcht o P CIierj C4Jt1f1OL 20 bought early in carload lots therefore we can save youthe advance inprices and the freight f 4 t f1WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and I can give you a better article for less money one in this or any other townoj OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Chattanooga D sPlow only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right The Wheat Drill is that wj 1t you to Tin Guttern and R done by 20 11PER YOurStove Great Rattf derpiifore HARDWARE Farming Implement Runs Right I Triumph something investigate Roofing pairing promptly experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon PER CENT OFF ON STOVES ii A Beautiful Home ti Is a Womans Dchght And our business is to supply ti- meFurniture We can show you n beautiful correct and cityPricesOdd Pieces Diningroom Fnrniture in wax ed oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron Beds Teakwood Pedestals Tabourets ami Tables Call and examine our handsome line of Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND alr3Mr KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burtl Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was r cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT arCsdamagedin this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everytte is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that being offered and get first pick from this immense stotf Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE A DO ROWSKY Pros First Stt r Opposite CourtHouse Ga- teRichmond K- Rellable Goods Fair Dealings2t PrlctS Is hat wegive onr patrons In htuinfr Jewelry and sl JoCit rfare fa 5prcrenisit is essential to kuow you aredc lfng wIth a reIIabl0- 13dUf Ourreputation forhonesty iu businees has wade ours the Jewelry House in Lexington Our stock of beautiful and ose fill pfff boOghREMEMBERdrus Is uandsomeljrengiaveU free ofiharge Victor l Qgaert1 MANUFACTURING JEWELEmAND IMPORTER 5 M4IN ST LEXINGTON K Our Motto eli blifoodat FalrUealfnp Bottcm Hices