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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c E RICHMONn CLIMAXI 1 P i r fOLUME 29 RICHMOND MAjISON COUNTY KENTUQKY WEDNESDAY JANIJARY 14 1903 NUMBER 34 Thi Racket Store Has laid in a complete stock of new Goods which is now offered to the Cash Traded Every useful article Ineededin the house can be found on our shelves tWethank our patrons for the favors the past year and wish all a happy and prosperous new year f ft THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 171Phone 85 0 rBig liill Coat Cot ORLANDO KY C Shippers of t I Anile CoalW Itj 44 ++ +++++ + + + + + + ++ +++ + + 4+ + + + +4 +++ i t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J- e V t grate without any attention of ot t ttA Autumn Opening Sale of IFURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and t Kitchen Furniture T We guaranteed to save you money Wjecordially invite our country friends to call make our store their headquarters E1please upon it and therea sonable prices at which useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JO S dOPLIM DtyTS 47RICHMOND KYNight 68 W Evan Jr Undertaking a Specialty Em1ml me r r Beat This 400 ap Robe of ours if you can added to this price will not secure its equal elsewhere This doubltfaced flue quality PLUSH LAP ROBE- s one of the many in our stock This 9s the handsomest line that was ever In the city All these goods POSSPSB many at tractive features not the least ofwhii w their handsome appearance and durability Lap Kobes at all prices from 150 pwards T J Moberley Fcr Kent Four rooms to reat cheap Well lo tted Apply to Thurman Grocery iQ U ffrhl afgnatnre Is on every bor of the genuine Laxative BrofflO Quinine Tablets Iho remedy that earp n cold In onQ day For 8 ale The National Collection Agency Washington DC Will dispose of the following judgments AJWWebberBerkej1Ky18826George Potter Clinton Ky 112 J W Powell Diron Cy r 223 00 N O Brandon Co Hester Ky 333 20 JHYonog Son QUnrotr Ky 110 Wm Knepzlen Milton KJm 28 41 IN Phlppi Ml 64 48 Ferdinand Schnble Loulnl11oM 09 Robt W Owens Loulsvll e 1400- K J Djitrctt Preston St ToLd JeKeroon county Ky StO Austin 138 11 flocportSondbIdto National Collection Agency WASHINGTP D C- 7my6t lem TO OTOX A OOLrJt1f OXTX DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tie money if it fails to cure E WjProves ign tttre a OB tieR box 8 co II Chickens Raising Mr F C Hare chief of the poultry division Department of Agriculture Canada states that about four thousand chickens were reared at the government stations during the past season When the cockerels were three months old they were placed in fattening crates fatted and marketed From the Bond yule station in the province of Quebec three hundred wellbarred Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets were shipped to the Maritime provinces these chickens were sold at the nominal price of 50 cents each Mr Hare states that the farmers are grately pleased with them and that while at Amherst at tending the winter fair he had numerous inquiries for more chickens of the same breed Mr Hare states that it is the intention of the de partment to greatly enlarge the poultry work at thediffei ent illustration stations and that in the near future large poultry houses capable of housing 100 Plymouth Hock pullets will be erected These houses will be built in a prac tical way and will be an ob ject lesson to the farmers in modern poultry houses con struction Next spring eggs for hatching can be procured by farmers from these poul cry houses and the department is anticipating good re sultsExCures Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Potson Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blixnl is impure thin diseas ed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat iiifj sores scrofula e z ma itching ris incs and lumps scabby skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm according to directions Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every erup tion and civiim the rich glow of per fect health to the skin At the same time B B B improves the disrestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kid neys Just the medicine for old peo pie as it gives them new vigorous blood Drucgist81 per large bottle with directions for home cure Sane pie free and prepaid by writing Blood Hahn Co Atlanta Ga Describe tron ble and special free medical advice also sent jn sealed letter B B B is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases of impure blood and skin dfeeAFe anti CIUPR RCter all else fails cmmi doncrs ale OF Blue Grass Farm T M Lackey etc Plffs against Susie Woods etc Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment- and Order of Sale of the Mad ison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term there of 1902 in the above style- cause the undersigned wi- llWednesdayJan on 2i 03 Between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock a m on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following describ ed property viz A Tract Of Land located in Madison county Ky containing 217 14100 acres on the water3 of Walnut Meadow Fork and on the pike leading from Berea to Paint Lick Ky being the home farm o A K Lackey deceased and adjoining W C Fish W O Ogg W O Moore W A Todd Angew Devono and Luther Fish Said land is divided by said pike into two portions tbat on the norjh side of the pike contains 111 acres and dwell ing house thereon That portion on the south side of the pike contains 106 B 100 acres with the man sion house The land will first be offered separately in the two tracts named and as a whole and will be sold in the manner producing the most money TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12months equally The purchaser will tfe required to execute good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect ofa Judg ment bearing legal interest from day ef sale with a Lien retained upon said property until the purchase money is1aid S aSCOTT M0MCC At the same time and placer as administrator A K Lackey deceased will sell a cooking stove heating stove 3 safes1 20 yards of tag car pet mattings 30 yards each Zrnilch cow sow and 6 pigs and various other articles T M LACKEY Admr Proverbs U When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs naturallybecause and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weakand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment We will send you the penny J casample free IntheofEniuhloD SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y jot and f100 an druggists Ham Baked In Cider A ham baked in cider is delicious Choose a good lean ham of about eight pounds Wash thoroughly and over the fleshy side sprinkle a little chopped on ion a little clove and allspice a teaspoonful cinnamon and a half teaspoonfulof ground ginger Make flour and wa ter into a paste as thick as dough and cover the ham Put skin side down in a roasting pan fill up with cider cook slowly for three hours basting every ten minutes When done take off the paste and the rind An hour before it is wanted for the table return to the baking pan flesh side down brush the fat portion with beaten egg sprinkle generously with chopped parsley and breadcrumbs and let itheat through in the oven A gravy can be made by boiling down the ci der in which the ham was first roasted A Hint For Dairy Maids A farmers daughter who hasmilking to do in all sorts of weather tells for the ben efit of others similarly situated how she manages to keep her clothes dry and clean no matter how it storms She took an old waterproof cl ak cut five or six inches from the ground sewed to itaround the bottom a flannel skirt in the top of which is a casing in which is run an elastic cord When put on the elastic is first slipped over the limbs up to the waist then the arms are put in the sleeves and the cloak buttoned up Now dress and skirts are all pro tected and with a pair of legging drawn on and rubbers and hood the worst storm may be braved without dan ger of cold or sores throat Farm Journal Sea Wall Will be Built to Protect Galveston Session of a board of engine rs appointed by Chief En investigateI of the Government extending the Galveston sea wall to protect the Government reservations were recently held in New Orleans The board of engineers was appointed at the request of the citizens of Galveston who are building an immense sea wall of concrete to protect the city from tidal waves such as occurred in September UfOO The money was raised by private subscription and the waIl will cost in the neighbor hpodof 15000000 At either end of Galveston Island the Government has reservatiis of 640 and 600 acres on are Forts SSM Jftcifltp Crockett WlliCh Low Rates to Southwest On the first and third Tuesdays of each month the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way and round trip tickets at one half the regular rate plus 2 00 to points in Missouri Ar kansas Louisiana and Texas allowing stop over going and return limit of 21 lays This unusually low rate is made for the purpose of in ducing immigration to the Great Southwest It is be lieved by those whohave made a study of conditions that no territory on the American Continent offers equal oppor tunities for farming stock raising fruit and truck grow ing or any of the multiplied industries that are building prosperous towns and cities To the person of limited means desiring a home this section of country offers greater inducements thatper haps any place onearth The fertility of soil exceedingly low prices of land mild open winters long growing seasons enabling two and three crops to bemadebff thesameground combines a greater number of advantages than may be found elsewhere Any of the following literature desrciptive the country and its recourses along the line of the Cotton Belt Route will be sent free toany person upon application Homes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Mis WsouriLouisiana Through Texas with a Camera Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vegeta bles The Diversier a fruit and truck growers journal E W LABEAU- MEGPTACotton Belt Route tf St Louis Mo A Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when lint slightly disordered or over loaded Kodol supplies the natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that orpin are allowed to rest and heal Kodol digests what yon eat and ena bles the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich red blood lm Hard to Believe Well I never exclaimed Mrs Bliggins Whats the matter asked her husband in a startled tone as he turned around from his shaving glass The idea of a grown man like you standing there for five minutes at a time admir ing yourself Im not admiring myself My feelings are those of as tonishmeht not admiration I cant realize that Im the same person who years ago was called precious pet and held on peoples knees and kissed by the neighbors Its an awful thoughtWashingt- on Star This horrible story of pov erty is telegraphed from St Louis the home of many millionaires and some philan thropists Sick and tossing upon a miserable couch in a povertystricken abode and surrounded by her five young children the police found Mrs Nancy McKane slowly dying from hunger The dead bodies of her husband and 16monthsold grandson lay in the same room There was no fire and no food One of the children layon the couch with the suffering mother flushed with fever The husband had died from consumption the day before and the infant grandson had succumbed to insufficient nourishmentThe of every nation The rich men poor men and misers All join in paying tribute to Da Witts Little Varly Risers H Williams San Antonio Texas writes Little Early Riser Plug are the best I ever used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cure constipation billlousness sick headache Torpid liver malaria and all other liver troubles lm The Stanford Interior Jour nal says Mr J M Gooch of the Gilberts Creek section killed a 750pound hog the other day frojm which he reap ed a small for tune He got 155 pounds of lard which isJ readily worth 51550 and six tyseven pounds of sausage nlhWlt makes 2220 His family ate the spare ribs back bones etc iud he nas yet the hams sides shoulders and head A Year of Calamities The year 1902 stands with out a parallel in that class of calamities known asIvisita tions of God These disas ters were confined to no particular section of civilized world Asia and Africa Americafrom Alaska to the antarctic circle were all in the zone of death and distruc tion MountPeleeamlMount Soufriere in the Caribbean sea were the theatres of the most fatal disturbances of the year Over 50000 lives were lost from volcanic eruptions and 17000 victims have fallen before earthquakes bringing the total loss of life from these terrific subterrai ean forces upto the astound ing total of 67000 But this does not close the calendar of death Violent winds destroyed 4500 human beings and floods swept away 8000 Fireswere responsible for 2000 deaths through the year Altogether over 80 000 persons perished during 1902 from causes beyond hu man control Whento this record is ad ded the innumerable host of those who have met violent deaths in various form the list is swelled to proportions that stagger the mind and sicken the heart It is to be hoped that the record ofdeath established in 1902 will long reraafn unsurpassed Glasgow rimesIThe Difference I tell you asserted the strong minded woman wom en can do mens work as well as men can do it That may be so said the philosophcial man and it on ly proves mans mental su periority He never tries to do womans work as well as woman canBrooklyn Life The burning of the mortgage on December 9 was a joyful occasion for the church at Carthage Mo which has had a long and difficult strug gle with debt A month be fore a statement of improved affairs of the congregation was made and members were asked to name subscriptions toward the payment of the re mainder of the debt In 25 minutes without urging SI 524 was subscribed S254 more than was necessary to liqui date the debt More than 100 names on the subscription list Within the specified 30 days every dollar was paid and the mortgage burned on Dec 9 amid much rejoicing W A Oldham who served the church for six years now of Holton Kansas was theguestof honor and rejoiced in the continued development of the congrega tion The close of the year finds the church united and happy and with a largely in creased number of active workers in all departments The increase in missionary offerings has been phenomenal and is a true measure of the real spiritual progress of the church J T McGarvey is the efficient minister whose labor of love in the pulpit and out of it is duly appreciated by his breathren and the general community Both the minister and the Carthage breatbren are to be congratulated over the bright prospects of the work in that important and beautifulsouth western Missouri city Christian Standard An electric fire pump is in use in Rouen The idea is to obtain current for operating the motors irOm adjacent elec tric tram cables The whole machine can be placed on a hand cart or on a little two wheeled wagon drawn by one horse Its total weight with accessories and two men on the seat is about a ton A WelshBaptist chapel at Ponkey is said to be haunted by a specter In the stillness of the nightime it is said to be heard hammering under the floor in the gallery and about the walls =In twenty years the number of establishments in the United Statefe making electri cal maclritietfy and supplies his increaSc4l from 26 to 580 The preecitiCapltal invei- in tbe 83000000 1 il ITS NO JOKE BUSY BEE GASH STORE tWill move from the corner to the new Main Street Store op posite the Court Houset Monday Dec 29 and from now until then we will sell everything in the entire store at prices never before heard of in old Richmond We dont want to move a single article that Low Prices will sell and goods in every depar t ment have been marked down untill former prices have been entirely lost sight of 6 Every Garment in the Entire Cloak Department tins been marked down to just onehrlf the original price Nearly 500 beautiful new style Monte Carlos Kaplans Ulsters Jackets and Childrens Chinks will be sold in this sale Nearly all of these Cloaks have just been received and placed on snip having been bought recently at greatly reduced prices Select yonr Cloak before the lot if picked over Overcoats and Heavy Clothing Have felt the keen edge of our relentless cold steel and prices on every flarment in our Clothing Department lave been cut half in two Now is the time to buy your Overcoat and Winter Clothing We dont intend to move them they must go out if low prices will sell tli- euiHOOTS AND SHOESIf you have Boots and Shoes to buy now is the time to buy them Our Removal Sale prices will save you lots of money on every pair you buy We dont handle trash these goods are all firstclass good tuff but we would rather have the have the cash than to move them So come and get them Bring your boys your girls your wives and your wagons fit up your family load up your wagons at our removal sale prices AII D ressG 00 dSWill be Slaughtered Wc in this Sale 21 IurinStIlI8S wilIlo CASH Cash down when goods are delivered Hoping to seo Our iviotto you all at this sale and to meet you all in our new Store on Main street when wo get moved Wo are very res- pectfullywriODHAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE GEESE WANTED JOO 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 beingjilted by a girl end a dose of quinine rTH- ELexingtont C Democrat jJ eQIS THE ONLY 8 DAILY Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region It Is especially devoted to the Interest of Cemocrat t news Ic party and ives all vcr the SubScription Price 500 a Year IS Cents a Week by Carrier A t W P WALTON EDITOR AND MOR c Lexington Kentucky rr I have had occasion to use your BUckDraught Stock and Poultry McdI elM and am pleased to say that never lilused anything forstock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recom mend It to aU owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louis Ho Sickstock or poultry should not eat cheap stock any more thu1 sick persons should expect to be cued by When your stock and poultry are sick them medicine stuff them with worth less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir the torpid liver and the animal will be cured if it be possible to cure it BlackDrnught Stock naIl Poultry Medicine the bowels and stirs the torpid liver It cures every malady or if taken in time Secure a 25cent can of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medicine pay for itself ten times over Horses better Cows give more milk Hogs flesh hens laymore eggs It solves the as much blood rssibleoutoIthesumed Buy a can your MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row ISK1NS For further information address General Passenger Agents Chicago Grand Opening Of FcJfl Szzitiings Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opened in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either SuittTrousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We guarantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below foreingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SWe hake added a cleaning and pressing depart ment and can serve you on short notice Is2 loralle i Italic Railwi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersaillesLawrenceburK Shel mandFor Irvine Mam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From II1MmClnctDnat1From Irvine 335 pin From Millers Creek v 830 am C II BROWNING Gen Mgr Versailles Kjr R A Woolnms S A Richmond Ky Low Rats on Rock Island I Fidfic Railway and the C 0 IG Railway On the first and third Tuesdays of November December January Feb ruary March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points in Arkansas Coloreds Kansas Nebraska New Mexico and Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly reduced rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vest I buled trains If are going West Southwest or- Northwest take advantage of these very low rates- Forrates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent or ad dress G D BACON D P A HOWARD JOLLY T P A No 88 East Fourth St tf Cincinnati 0 +i++ CALL AT++++ JONES MEKSH01L SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and mcst refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs Oenslae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap S5SSSSSs5i Phone 3 Second St Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It line determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feot on illu minatinKgas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofas from 200 to 175 giventhatthia pavhismonth at the office orwbo is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1001 decHtf 4 IHE liMit St A Tear u I a Sa t a a k III = iIi rf 1 I Y u j i r i 1 lie Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT President D MILLER Manager nUTS CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 14 1003- IURLIsUKflXvZRY WEDNESDAY BY Tha Climax Printing Go Incorporate- LDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIECUIT JUDGE rf RON J M BENT T Of Clark County VFO3 COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A GRUTGHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE EMERSON said America is lint another word for oppor unity t If this was ever t rie surety now is the time The world has never known flit age or a county in which s ch magnificent opportuni tICS for achievement were of fred as in this country at this 1 me We are en joying an era cf unprecedented material prosperity Crops have been sibundant aud prices high factories have been built and c ilarged natural resources hive been developed labor Hs been waiting for the toiler viffes are high and we start ito the good year 1903 with Inspects for the lest and i inst prosperous year in the virlds history Every topartment of life has felt fn quickening Educational utilities are far in advance of vhat man has heretofore known Libraries are being l nilt in every town and ham le1 the printing presses are Hooding the land with the best w oks at the lowest imagina Me price the dairy and weekly vipers go into thousands of I mes and knowledge may be Irul for the asking Money is being poured into the cof f rs of the church enabling h T to reach out and cope with vie as never before Now is the time if ever for the masses of the people better their condition Will they seize the on nor tu nit3r There is no excuse today for idleness or ignorance With the continual call for rr re labor and the new fields of mplpyment ever piiening u no man need fail of agoo- ciEasureof success The man who is blind to all tlis and is content to be ta hewer of wood or a draw er of water deserves failure andmerits his Masters condemnation thou wicked and sE ilhful servant WALTERS BPONSTON was dfcated by Thomas A Combs fj the Democratic noinina tiIii for mayor of Lexington by a majority of 492 Judge Watts Parker was renomina tfiL forCiituiVJUdge AtfTEtt there had been six t on deaths from wounds c insed by toy pistols the Vir ginia legislature passed a bill to prohibit the use of such in s ruments LIL BrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Commencing MondayMorning Great Clearance Sale OFiFURNITURE Following our usual customwe have ar rangeda series of spec JanuarThe r FurnitureOur lower floor given over to this sale Dropped Patterns Odd Pieces Numbers Slightly Shopworn All go in this sale Every piece marked in plain figures Our pa trons have learned to recognize these sales as the great bargain giving event of the year andwe hope to make this the banner Clearance sale of our history Carpets7Furniturc 7 Draperies WallPaper Wood Mantels jF1BroerCoI l 5 AND BROADWAY 38LEXJQTOtTh r I 4 V I + 4 I HENRY T OXNARD representative of a large number of beet sugar manufactories has informed the chairman of the Senate Committee on For eign RelaOonstnat at the con vention of the sugar beetrep resentatives in Washington January 8 they will agree to accept the present Cuban treaty with one exception TheywilLaskthatitbeainend ed tp leave out the word pre ferential and make itstraightS reduction Under the rulings of the Treasury a perferential reduction would be basedupon the lowest duty If the United States should make a treaty with Jamaica admitting sugar at 15 percent lower than the existing rate the Cuban reduction would be based upon the lower duty on Jamaica sugar The American sugar beet people do not want to take that chance IT seems high time for the proper authorities to be doing something in regard to the bubonic plague which is now prevalent in San Francisco and several places in Mexico It has been one great hope and prayer of our people that the United States might be spared this dread disease But how could we expect anything else when immigration is allowed to such an extent After it has gotten a pretty good hold here then the authorities wake up and begin sending in dispatches to the Public Health and Marine service at Washington to notify this and other countries of the existence of the plague in California and Mexico and try to prevent the spread into other States IF anybody has sworn off smoking in this new year he will surely be delighted with what Dr Parker saUl about the habit The doctor is thus quoted I hate smoking From one end to the other it is a nuisance It ends in lean cer apoplexy bad temper bankruptcy and almost in hy drophobia It is an invention of the devil It is the devil It is the past time of perdi Lion No dog smokes No birds pines for tobacco No 1ioiseisamnber of a pipe club 3SF6 intelligent person ever put a cigar in his mouth Tie whole idea and practice ot smoking must be con demned as atheistical agnos tical and infinitely detesta ble TIMES have changed won derfully and so have market conditions The great pack ers no longer want the three or fouryearold steer They say send us baby beef or in other words plump wellfed twoyearolds They do not want the big coarse aged cat tIe and we are glad of it as there is twice the profit in a wellbred and wellfed two yearold steer The aim should be to breed and feed for early maturity and good finish Extra good baby beeves bring 250 toS3more per cwt than the big coarse animals DR MILBURN the blind chaplain of the United States Senate who has resigned being now in his eightieth year once said tot 3enator Never allow a session to be opened without prayer having been first offered If you do my boys will be sure to get into trouble The same Senator recalls that on the day of the Tillman and McLaurin fracas Dr Milburn was too ill to attend and the session was opened without prayer The venerable chaplain devoutly believes that the trouble resulted from that omission CONGRESS has Veassembled after the Christmas holidays There is no work of importance in the House of Repre sentatives Later the appro priation bills will come up for discussion The Senate however is busy and has work ahead THE new scientific name for laziness is ankybstoma The trusts are hot afflicted The Commoner- STATE OF OHIO CITY or TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY fra FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that lie is senior partnor of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and Stato aforesaid and that said firm will pay till sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS each and every ease of Catarrh that cannot be cored by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn lo before me and subscribed- in my presence this 6th day of Decem 1SSCj A W GLEASON Rotary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter iially Miid acts directly on the blood amriiiucous surfaces of the system SeniiortetiittbriMls free Fl CHENEY CoTTbledo 0 Sold by all UrpBdsts 75c rlfniro Family Pills rdt1ieisew4 A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT IM5OYERYh One small bottle of Halls Great Dis coviiry cures nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weal and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles i toncist will be sent by mall on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment and will cureanycase above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo enil for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K tiBEADRichmond Ky Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Ball St IouisMoDearM 1exaseryfor kidney and bladder trouble I w I btfeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public RespectfullyD7jan ly YOUNG man place now in memorys coldstorage corner for confidential communica tion to your next summers best girl the announcement that the best girl student at the Baltimore Womans Med ical College has discovered in one cubic centimeter of com mercial ice cream 36000000 bacteria including strepto coccus lanceolatus micrococ cus tetragenus aurous and yellow tetrads Louisville Times WITH the issue of last Wednesday the Georgetown Times one of the newiest sheets in the state passed its thirty seventh I birthday Through all these years it has had no change in its management and has had but one publisher a fact that not many of our county papers can say How to Procure a Marriage License It is very singular how few people know how to go about the important mission of procuring n marriage license and for thejinformation of such per sofls we publish here a section of tin Kentucky Statutes which governs the usual of such a license It is as follows If either of the parties bo under twenty oreyears of age and nt be fore married no license shall be issued without the consent of his or her father or guardian or if there is none or he is absent from the State without the consent of his or her mother personally given or certified in writing to tin Clerk over his or her signature attest ed by two subscribing witnesses BEREA From the Citizen Prof Marsh will occupy the E P Fairchild house when Mr Fairchild moves out Tlie College has been spending con aiderable money on public works of late in the improvement ofour streets Air Black foreman at the brickyard will occupy the house left vacant by the removal ot Prof Raymond and familyE Fairchild hiss sold his property to the College It is probable that the College will sell a considerable portion of the lands thus purchased Tile Eerea Banking Company will move to the rooms under this Masonic Hall Saturday 10th inst They will transact business at the old stand on Saturday and will open up in their new quarters on Monday morning January 12 1903 Berea has lost a public benefactress in the departure of Miss Lucy G Van Home on Tuesday last Many citizens will remember her as a friend who was continually exceeding the required duties of her profession as cheerfully attended to a cut as to the most Critical case The best wishes of her many friends go with her Todiiy Prof Raymond and family leave for Bellevue 0 whore he enters upon a Congregational pastorate His sister Miss Clarice and father and mother will make their home in New York State Prof Raymond baa been identified with Berea College since 96 and is known to many of our readers through Ills work as the head of the Extension department VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Prof Jrr Wash will resume school next Monday Calvin Bruce has subrented the ler ry at this placeSMr C B Dunn who has been quite iIIwe are glad to note is able to be out Mr W S Bryanafldiarnilyf Jolly Ridge left yesterday for luskogeo I TerritoryJ sold his farm containing 122 acros to O verton Curry for 1400 The W J Roberts Co sawmill have resumed work after being shutdown for a few days on account of re pairsPostmaster Robert Reagan of Eden ton this county who suffered a stroke of paralysis several months ago has almost recovered which in good news to his numerous friends throughout Madison county The citizens of Jolly Ridge are going to erect a church at that place It will we understand be a union church for the Baptist and Christian donom inations Prof E C Adams will begin in structing a class in vocal music next Monday night Prof Adams is one of tho boat vocal music instructors in the county For Sale Prlntclr The undersigned wish to sell priva tely thtlrentire stock of Groceries Queen Rre Tinware Stove Fixtures o Calt on us at 221 W Main street Bichmoiid Ky We take this opportunity to thank our friends for their patronage in the past and hope for a contiaafrace of tbo weIpromptlyMlled tf Deco 31 j 1902 JHtooiKB fe ELLIS Dr BbSBo deat iawxt door toGMeriintbslhtlnK =iKiI T t DEATHS POTTS Mrs Ben Potts died at her ome In Uarrard county on Monday of Paralysis Deceased was about CO years of age and leaves two sons and two daughters to mourn her loss POWELL At their home in Irvine on Monday Bert the five year old son of Mr andiMre E B Powell died of S Tb fs a severe blow ththesincerest and deepest eyrnpathy of all in their bereavement BOOIE On January 6th Dr M A Bogla died at his homo in Kansas City Missouri the cause of his death being apoplexy IDr Bogie was a native of Kentucky having been born in this county in 1841 and received his educa nat Kentucky University After finishing a thorough medical course he racticed his profession at Kirksvillo qxico next became his homo and in 860 he moved to Kansas City where e resided until his death Dr Bogie was chief surgeon of the Kansas Oily elt railway ItONAN Tna was p 1ripdlieceasedwas a well known brick mason His death was due to pneumonia A widow and one child are left to mourn his lossr His remains were taken to Doyles villa for IntermentSKCSSEL Gen John Hooe Russel died at his home in HuntingtonWVa on Tuesday evening last at 7 oclock after a brief illness He is survived by his wife formerly Miss Minva Park Phelps daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps of this place and a little son Albert Lacyaged 11 mouths lie was a native of Huntsville Alabama The following is taken from the Huntington Advertiser of January 9thThe death of General John Hooe Russet has taken from us one of our most prominent men and leading citizens lie was a pioneer in Huntington having come here in the first year of the citys history Associated with Colonel Peter Buffiugton and others he formed the Bank of Huntington was elected president and remained until his death the lead ng spirit in that enterprise creating and making it one of the strongest financial institutions of the country Few men have been so thoroughly iden tified with the growth and development of the business interests of Hunt i atigionprominent part in its affairs What ever he encaged in whatever he lent his talent and ability to was a success His broad grasp of men and affairs his good judgement and integrity gave con fidence to his associates and place him in the front ranks with all those who stand for progress and development His loss to the business world will be felt by the public at large There is no one to take his place His social leadership was recognized by all No event was completewithout him His pleasing personality made him a favorite with old and youngalike He was a welcome and favored guest in all homes In the social sphere his life was as much a success as it was in financial and business circles Here too his loss is inestimable and there are none to fill the place made vacant by his death He was a generous contributor to all charitable and religious work He was for many years the leading vestryman of the Episcopal church and in the earlier history of that church was its principal supporter while at the same time contributing liberally to other de nominations One of the last acts of Lis life before his fatal illness was assistance given to one of our churches seeking to payoff its debt by this new year But General Russel was seen at his best in his domestic relations In his own home he was at once the charming host and the gentle loving husband lIe found his most perfect peace and happiness i n the magic circle of his own friends No man tookmor pride in his home or desired more to have it filled with sunshine Only those cf his more intimate friends those who had shared his hospitality knew of the great plea sure he found in adorning and beauti fying his home for to him it was para dise the dearest spot on earth Loyal friend devoted husband and adoring father your death will be mourned as long as we shall live A number of friends came from a distance to pay a last tribute of respect to his memory Among them were Mrand Mrs Thomas Phelps Mr and Mrs JIWCaperton and little daughterMessrs George and Sam Phelps of Richmond Kentucky Mr and Mrs Carroll St John of Huntsville Alabama Hon Edward Echols Ersklne Miller H BS Sproul of Stauntcn Virginia Harry Caperton of Fire Creek and Edward Stalnaker Wheeling Va MOSERLY Honey Acker section foreman here has moved to Versailles Harvey and Colby Green have moved to the farm lately purchased from Henry Acker Miss Susie Tate left Friday for an extended visit to her uncle Robert Dangherty at Beatty ville Joe and Allen Deatherage have sOld their 1901 crop of baled hay to Wilson Tate at fO cents per cwt Mr Jerry Broaddus who is eighty four years of age and one of our most prominent farmers is critically ill Ben Hubbard near Hisles church is very low with fever and three other members of his family are seriously ill Joe Wagers cola to J F Wagers one bunch of fat hogs at 51 cents lilt Maupln and hig soninlaw Seth Tudor of Station Camp Estill county have moved into this neighborhood Mrs W W Combs attended the golden wedding of her parents Mr and Mrs Absolom Oldham on January 6 Mr and Mrs Oldbam live on the Ken tucky river below the mouth of Drowning creek Mr Oldham is seven yfive and his wife seventythree years of age Mr Oldham was born on the farm whore he now lives They have lour children the youngest Mrs Combs be ing thirtynine years old There has never been a death in the family Mrs Oldhams mother Mrs Lottie Williams U still living at Vienna Ky having parsed her hundreth birthday October 411902 She is a daughter of John Finnell one of the pioneers of Boones boro and has many relics of the old 10rtItoJetkaf1 tfelcLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold mono day No cure no pay Price 25 cents lMt On Friday Dec 26 dhe mans Md die new made by HtrUlson Gathrlght Louisville No 413 oIl Hie Union City pike near WaiJetts liberal reward for same ifreturned to f si jM WjST tt W Pole v1ileCy t+++ ++++t JI SPECIAL 11t ++ + ++t Patronize liotne Industry bybnying the Big Hill CcaLCos coal Xetchcr Wittagonts Also best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 dcclD2m 150000 hard brick for sale at f8 per ousand by D C WigginB Bro In q nre at New Opera House or grocery on Irvjne street oct29if Meat dishes 10 cents each one hall gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound- TKJI CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send particulars to Rn Kelley Baird build ing Kansas City Mo and see what he will gIve you for it Imo it K KELLEY Gift Time in coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost 0 your self if you choose your remem brances from our stock we cant give a st of the thingawe have and wouldnt we could because we want you to call and see tf L E Lane Found On Friday a stOre key Owner can have same by culling at this office and paying charges tf Solid Surer Ware Solid silver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf L E Lane tor Rent Residence on Lancaster Avenue- Ss rooms with bath room Good sta- leb and garden Apply to doc3 tf George D Simmons RentOur 101x18 ft Two storys and basement 203 Main street Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for nay kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son SLast A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the re turn or any information leading to recovery Charles Terrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale store house and dwelling attached in Estill county on the Rich mend and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser- Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky Farm For iale I wish to sell privately the Ruben Mnndy farm said farm lies in the South East part 01 Madison county and is in two miles of Kingston Kentucky Said place embraces 427 acres about 300 in brass and the other in cultiva tion and has a good house and out building and a tenant house and is well watered having one of the best springs in the county in the yard If sold during January immediate possession will be given I want to sell this place ns I live in Lincoln county and cannot look after same Some one can g t a bargain If not sold said place will be for rent during 1003 For particulars apply to It H Crooks Richmond Kentucky or to the under signed at Crab Orchardd Kentucky 2t R A Bronaugh KINGSTON Prof J L Carpenter will resume his school next Monday after a suspension of two weeks lor the Christmas holidays Jeff Roberts sold his house and six acres of land near Kingston to J W Campbell Mr Robert has moved to Lafolletle Tenn here he will reside in the future The anniversary of Kingston Lodge No 315 was celebrated last Saturday at which time the election of officers was held The olllcers elected are as follows Tom McKean Worshipful Master R W Bonlware Secretary- T C Witt Treasure loberfc Potts Senior Warden Win Monday Junior Warden Jake Herndon Senior Deacon PAINT LICK The New Year has made many changes in our little town Jimmio Untner formerly the efficient clerk at Mr Estridge has gone to Rich mond to take charge of the Blue Grass Grocery Jimmie was a general favor ito land we regret to see him leave Fin Davis takes his placo with Mr Es tridgeSMrs Annie Adams succeeds Mr Davis in the store of Mr Fish She also has charge of the telephone ex change Humphrey Arnold son of the proprietor of the hold has a position with R L Jennings William Tudor is with Moore Champ Mrs P tsey Engleman will niovo to her farm near Wallace Mill and Mr Blount will occupy the Splllmati property Champ Shnraato has been laid up with a carbuncle on his temple lie Is some betterIWe are some cold weather now Ice is fine on this ponds and the farmeis will all get their houses full Some took advantage of tTe Ice spell last week Salem Wallace of Lexington came home Christmas to spend the day with the homefolks On his way from the train be lost a set ot ladies furs from the buggy for which he offers a reward if left at any store In Paint Li- ckBIRTHS FAKLEV To the wile of Mr John 0 Farley on January 10th a fine 10 pound boyKENNEY Mr and Mrs M A Kenncy of Danvilp are receiving con gratulations lover the birth of a son which has been christened Frank Allen Kenney Mrs Kciiney was formerly Mis Delia Ramsey of this city IUULEV Mr arid Mrs R ETorley littleIsay the new baby is beautiful mid eve one says she bolis just like her fatHer Q IM 1II l and Cotmer Journa- l1t125ayear Public Sale We the undersigned will on Wednesdays Jan 28 03 at 10 oclock a in at the residence of H B Scrivner on Silver Creek being 8 miles south of Richmond Ky oc cupied by Jns Q Adams sell at Public propertytowit80 head of good home raised young cattlp weight running from to 900 pounds COy fresh an extra milker with bull by her side i 41 dry cow 1 jhort yearling heifer 5 hogs weight about 90 to 100 pounds 1 pair need horse mules 1 pair of well broke mnles 5 years old 15 hands 3 inches high ipuleIyears old saddle qualities extra 1 good family horse 6 years old extra good carriage horse 6 years old safe for women and children to drive 2 sets wagon harness good as new sets plow gear 1 good twohorse wagon 1 new hay frame lset of stretchers 1 Vnlcan Chilled turning plow good as new 2 good doubleshovel plows 1 new Western cultivator used one eensol 1 Randal harrow good as new 1 good pond scraper 1 extra A harrow Lot of hoes maddock single and double trees etc good road wagon with top Donel sot make 1 set buggy harness 1 wagon 1 corn sheller 1 cutting box good feed troughs 150 to 175 barrels of good corn in crib About 600 shocks of fodder in goon condition 75 bales of fine timothy hay bundles of oats 50 bales of nice straw 400 bundles of cane The above sale will be made on a credit until November 1 1904 with interest at rate of 6 per cent from date of sale with approved security negotin hie and payable at State Bank Trust CompanySAt same time und place will rent r 3 Tracts of Land tfor the year 1903 rent due January 1904 without interest towit Tract No 1 Contains 74 acres of good blue grass land with brick residence with all necessary outbuildings and barn in good order well watered with cistern at door Tract No 2 Known ns the Robert Jnnnings tract of land 50 acres of good blue civs 10 acres to go in corn and 10 acres in young grass and well water ed Tract No 3 Contains 100 acres known as the John W Parrish tract in PS fine blue grass as can be found in Madison county well watered The above lands are all under good fence Thorpe Scrivener T D Chenault Auctioneer UARTKRLY REPORT OP TIlE Slate Q Bank and Trust Co Richmond Ky at close of the business on the 31st day of Dec ISKtt RESOURCES Loans and discounts 330549 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 18347 8P Due from National S6I9S1 73 Due from State Banks and Bankers 481 00 Due from Trust Companies 65465 78 Banking House and Lot 21000 00 Other neal Estate Mortgages 33500 C- OUSflonds 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 18000 00 Specie 11128 23 Currency 18698 0027821123 Exchange for Clearings 1631 64 Other Items carried as Cash 333 61 Furniture and Fixtures 40W 00 Fund to pay taxes- Oiyedescription location value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot If any owned longer than five years None Total 52065470 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 150000 00 Surplus Fund 7500 Undivided Profits 00 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Interest is not paid 1310725 37 Deposits subject to check on wuich interest Is paid 0 Demand certificates of do posits on which InterSeat is paid 23000 00 Timecertincates of deposits on which intersest paid Sacingdeposlts on which Interest is paid 0 Certified Checks 0353729 37 Due National Banks 2606 11 Due to State Banks and Bankers 3271 85 Due Trust Companies 0 5878 06 Cashiers checks outstanding 00 Bills ttedlcountedc 00 Unpaid Dividends O Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 00 Fund sot aside to pay taxes 466 53 UultiDco Trust Funds uninvested 3oO 77 Total 520654 70S SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including In the liability of the company or firm the haSh ity of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock atually paid in and actual amount of sur NoneHowitem secured i See See 583 Ky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of NoneSeeHow Is t ane secured Does aniuunt of indebtedness of any person company or firm Includ- Ing In the liability of thecompany or firm the liability of the individ ual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and NoIf00Wereand taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said yesSeeSUPPLEMENTARY Amount of Trust Fund Viz Mortgages 2800 00 Other Investments 10500 00 Uninvested cash balance 3080 71 77LiabilitiesIndemnity held for liability as surety None NoneAmountoverdue loans and protested pa pen secured 43875 80 Amount of suspended debts including overdue loans and pa KPrincipalments upon which ast interest is NoneDateDepositorsLedger Amount of discrepancy if any with gDateof Deposits and Cashiers Checks SameAmountNoneHighestany or any person thQliabilitythe liability of the individual members thereof dtrecily or Indirectly if such indebtedness ceeds 10 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and surplus NoneHighestany director or officer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 NoneDoesllrniinclndIngin ny or firm the liability of the In dividual member thereof exceed 20 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus None STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF MADISON 16sIR ETURLEY Cashier the State Dank and Trust Co a Bank located and doing busi Cityofsworn says that the foregoing report Is In all ofthehlakhowlldge attheloeatlonthat tho above report is made in compliance shahbeSecretary RETurleyNotary Public J A SULLIVAN JOHN n GIB80NS PwaCTp Mr J H 0 e I LUGILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before haw we shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now placo fore your critical view It is a much largerandstronger aggregation than iJ gcrlNovelties np t avrrbyC same goods kET OR WIf EYES BE THE JUDGE OWEN McKBB 1Cor Main and First RICHMOND T K J LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in 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 cent Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan Parrish has by mutual consent beau dissolved Mr Parrish retiring All persons Indebt ed to the above firm are requested to call and settleS4t Duncan Parrish NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties holding claims against the firm of Douglas Crutcher are requested to pre sent same to the uudersigned on or before February 15 or same will be barred Those persons indebted to the above firm will please call andsettleS4t JAS S CRUTCER Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and Feed Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and goodsinprices Ve handle both the Jellico anti Kentucky Coals Prompt service fuilweight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co MgrTelephone TO THOSE iwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence orr thatitplaces in Madison county RcbmondSearcyO Finnel Red House ViewSNewbyDurton EdentonJrL A Wearren Paint Lick WaUacetouBicknerEarlr JT COT Kirksvllle UNION SUITS OWEN McKEE Ordinances Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky That C 0 Wallace and J D M Russell owners of property located up on the West side of the Richmond and lUg Hill pike in RichuondKentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense to at once put in curbing and construct a brick pavement in frontof their said property under the direction and control of the Street Committee of Richmond Kentucky DAVID RTEVIS ATT A C WELLS Mayor City Clerk January 7 1003 Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky That John Todd J S Collins J F Wagers Jqo iJ White O H Harrison Vincent Boreing O HHarrisonMrs GBTnrleyAR Burnam John Jones Mrs C D Chenault Samuel Rice John Allman J C Todd and U G Harris Owners of property located up on the North side of Richmond and Big Hill pike ii RichmondKentncky and being a portion of what Is known at the Dillinglmm Addition to Richmond Kentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense to at once construct a plank walk in front of their said propertyto be as hereinafter specified Viz Said walk to be made of boards 8 in everytourcross tics thereunder to rest on stone and not less than four inches above ground and where hollows or low places occurthe cross ties shall be sup ported by locust or cedar posts at least two feet in this ground the remainder of the material used in the construction shall be oak boards and spiked down to each cross tie with two twenty penny nails to each board Said pavement or walk shall be con structed under the direction and con trol of the Street Committee of Rich mond KentuckyDAVID R TEVIS ATT A C WELLS Mayor City Clerk January 1903 OLD JOE WHISK Hand made S Every drop j teed to In 11jof old sly Itll IliI fact nre N BETTKl can lit for medicinal poses You u best Furnislieii v r5I Family Trade lOvear old in jugs iI 10 bottle 5i jUles 5 hOOlll 2 II IIjug Orders promptly iili WILKYSEA1ICV lr Old Joe 1issilherySMi novlyr Anderson 1K Diamond Brooch 3 ornaments ot all kindi a are a feature of our stkt- I 1 1 Walters CollegiateInstitute Second Session Begins Jan 5 J903e Proper provisions vii he made for pupils wim can enter most advantagUs lyat this time For terms ct see Jas T Barrett of Princip Most Beautiful LS= Line of Fall and iter Goods ever displayed in Eiehinorid can now be Sfoundat my store The Best 0 and most up to date markets in the withtheDry Goods House vastSemporium My prices asweli as my line of goods win please The Millinery Department is in every particular firstclass and you can see the beautiful fall styles by at my store Give me a callbefore going elsewhere EEvIV 4 r2 I I 1 lie Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT Premldeut O MILLER Xsnagtr KOBTBCBOWE Edltor WKDNESDAY JAN 14 1903 eORLUUKUZVERY VTCDNKSDAY BY Tag Climax Printing 101 Inrporitte- dDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR cmCUITJUDQE nON J M BENTCjT OfclarkCountyT PIt COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A ORUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COUBT CLERK ROY C WHITE EMERSON said America is hut another word for oppor t unity tJ If this was ever t rue surely now is the time The world has never known nil age or a country in which s ich magnificent opportuni tics for achievement were of fred as in this country atthis tme We are en joying an era d unprecedented material prosperity Crops have been jibuudaut and prices highs factories have been built and ilarged natural resources It Lye been developed j labor lis been waitingforthetoiler viges are high and we start ito the good year 1903 with I nspects for the best and i irist prosperous year in the vtrlds history Every i Apartment of life has felt tn quickening Educational icilities are far in advance of hat man has heretofore known Libraries are being 1itilt in every town and ham Jo j the printing presses are flooding the land with the best Nxiks at the lowest imagina Me price the daily and weekly jvipers go into thousands of 1tnes and knowledge may be hid for the asking Money is being poured into the cof f s of the church enabling h T to reach out and copewith vie as never beforeiNow is ever1 for the masses of the people 1i better their condition Will they seize the opQortu uity There is no excuse today for idleness or ignorance With the continual call for irore labor and the new fields of mplpyment ever uejoing U no man need fail of agood KJ insure of success The man who is blind to all Cds and is contntto be a hewer of wood or a draw er of water deserves failure and merits his Masters condemnation thou wickedand blithful servant TVAfTER S BpONSTON was dfeated by Thomas Combs f r the Democratic nomina ti n forrmayor of Lexington by a majorityjpf 492 Judge Watts Parker was renomin- at for Circuit Judge AFTJEU there had been six t on deaths from wounds c nised by toy pistols the Virginia legislature passed a bill to prohibit the use of such in s rutnents LI tBrowerCO LEXINGTON KY C umencing Monday Morning Great Clearance Sal- eFURFIIITURE OF Following our usual customwe have ar ranged a series of spec ial sales for January The first in order is FurnitureOur lower floor given over to this sale Dropped Patterns Odd Pieces Numbers Slightly ShopwornAll in this sale Every piece marked in plain figures Ourpa trons have learned to recognize these sales as the great bargain giving event of the yea rand we hope to make this the banner Clear ance sale of our history Draperies Carpets Furniturer Wood Mantels I COirAND BROADWAY i1 38 LWIGTON1XY HENRY T OXNARD representative of a large number of beet sugar manufactories has informed the chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relati6nshat at the con vention of the sugar beetrprh resentatives in Washington J 8 will to a inccepttreaty with one exception Theywillask thatiU e amended to leave out the word pre ferejitial and make itstraightS reduction Under the rulings of the Treasury a perferential reduction would be based upon the lowest duty If the United States should make a treaty with Jamaica admitting sugar at 15 percent lower than the existing rate the Cuban reduction would be based upon the lower duty on Jamaica sugar The American sugar beet people do not want to take that chancem IT seems high time for the proper authorities to be doing something in regard to the bubonic plague which is now prevalent in San Francisco and- everal places in Mexico It has been one great hope and prayer of our people that the United States might be spared this dread disease But how could we expect anything else when immigration is allowed to such an extent After it has gotten a pretty good hold here then the authorities wake up and begin sending in dispatches to the Public Health and Marine service at Washington to no tify this and other countries of tbe existence of the plague in California and Mexico and try to prevent the spread into other States IF anybody has sworn off smoking in this new year he will surely be delighted with what Dr Parker saifl about the habit The doctor is thus quoted I hate smoking From one end to the other it s a nuisance It ends incan cer apoplexy bad temper bankruptcy and almost in hydrophobia It is an invention of the devil It is the devil It is the past time of perdi tion No dog smokes No birds pines for tobacco No horse is a member of a pipe c1 bN6 intelligent person ever put a cigar in his mouth TIe whole idea and practice of smoking must be con demned as atheistical agnos tical and infinitely detesta ble TIMES have changed won derfully and so have market conditions The great pack ers no longer want the three or fouryearold steer They say send us baby beef or in other words plump wellfed twoyearolds They do not want the big coarse aged cattle and we are glad of it as there is twice the profit in a wellbred and wellfed two yearold steer The aim should be to breed and feed for early maturity and good finish Extra good baby beeves bring 250 to3 more per cwt than tbe big coarsE animals DR MILBURN the blind chaplain of the United States Senate who has resigned be ing now in his eightieth year once said toaSenator Never allow a session to be opened without prayer having been first offered If you do my boys will be sure to get into trouble The same Senator recalls that on the day of the Tillman and McLaurin fracas Dr Milburn was too ill to at tend and the session was opened without prayer The venerable chaplain devoutly believes that the trouble resulted from that omission CONGRESS has reassembled after the Christmas holidays There is no work of impor tance in the House of Repre sentatives Later the appro prl tion bills will come up for discussion The Senate how ever is busy and has work ahead THE new scientific name for laziness is ankybstoma The trusts are not afflicted The Commoner STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS CoUNTYsaFRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and Stato afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that canupt be cured bv the uso of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed jn mV presence this 6th day of Decem 1886JA A W GLEASON I SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood jind surfaces of the system Sealsior testimonials free F J CHENETStJoi Toledo 0 Sold ly altDrnflrlsta 75c rHftU V Family rillr the get c A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DlSa VERYb One email bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder trouble removes gravel diabetes minal emissions weakand lame back eumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles children If not sold by your drug will be sent by mall on secelpt of SI OM small bottlo is two inonthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo end for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K tiBEADRichmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDearM Sir I have used one T e liryforweighed 150 ponnds when I began usinc today I weigh 176 pounds and Iife el better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public RespectfullyD7jan ly YOUNG man place now in- emoryscoldstorage corner for confidential communication to your next summers best girl the announcement that the best girl student at the Baltimore Womans Med ical College has discovered in one cubic centimeter of commercial ice cream 36000000 bacteria including streptococcus lanceolatus micrococ cus tetragenus aurous and yellow tetrads Louisville TimeszWITH the issue of last Wednesday the Georgetown Times one of the newiest sheets in the state passed its thirty seventh j birthday Through all these years it has bad no change in its management and has had butone publisher a fact that not many of our county papers can say How to Procure a Marriage License It is very singular how few people know how to go about the important mission procuring a marriage license and for thejinformation of such per soBs we publish here a section of the Kentucky Statutes which governs the ifsual of such a license It is as follows If either of the parties be under twentyone years of age and nt before married no license shall be issued without the consent of his or her father or guardian or if there is none or Iii ia absent from the State without the consent of his or her mother personally given or certified in writing to the Clerk over his or her signature attest ed by two subscribing witnesses BEREA From the Citizen Prof Marsh will occupy the E P Fairchild house when Mr Fairchild moves out The College has been spending considerable l streetp16Irwill occupy the house left vacant by the removal ot Prof Raymond and familyE Fairchild has sold his property to the College It is probable that the College will sell a considerable portion of the lands thus purchased The Kerea Banking Company will move to the rooms under the Masonic Hall Saturday 10th inst They will transact business at the old stand on Saturday and will open up in their new quarters on Monday morning January 12 1903 Berea has lost a public benefactress in tbe departure of Miss Lucy G Van Home on Tuesday last Many citizens will remember her as a friend who was continually exceeding the required duties of her profession as cheerfully attended to a cut as to the mObt Critical case The best wishes of her many friends go with her Today lrof Raymond and family leave for Bellevue 0 where he enters upon a Congregational pastorate His sister Miss Clarice and father and mother will make their home in New York State Prof Raymond has been identified with Berea College since and ia known to many of our readers through his work as the head of the Extension department VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Prof J T Wash will resume school next Monday Calvin Bruce has subrented the let ry at this place Mr C B Dunn who has been quite ill we are glad to note is able ID be out Mr WSJ3rynn and family of Jolly Ridge left yesterday for Muskogeo I TerritoryJ sold his farm containing 122 acres to O verton Curry for 1400 The WJ Roberts Co sawmill have resumed work after being shutdown for a few days on account of re pairsPostmaster Robert Reagan of Eden ton this county who suffered a stroke of paralysis several months ago has almost recovered which is good news to his numerous friends throughout Madison county The citizens of Jolly Ridge are going to erect a church at that place will we understand be a union church for the Baptist and Christian denom inationsProf C Adams will begin instructing a class in vocal music next Monday night Prof Adams is one of the best vocal music instructors in the county for Sate FriraWy Tho undersigned wish to soil priva tely theirientire stock of Groceriesf Queenswarei Tinware Stove Fixture3 c Call oil us at 221 W Main street Richmond Ky We take this opportunity to thank our friends for their patronage in the past and hope for a eontiauHnco of the same until ft purcbaseelslouHd as we will keep urUb stock until that time All ordcip will be carefajly and promptly HJjed tf Dec 3l2 HiaqiNS tc jtuis Dr HqbsoB de Ut Next door oUo Vern i U f T fcIW F DEATH POTTS Mrs Ben Potts died at her orne in Uarrard county on Monday of Paralysis Deceased was about 60 years of age and leaves two sons and two daughters to mourn her loss POWKUI At their home in Irvine on Monday Bert the five year old son of Mr and Mrs E B Powell died of Spinal Meningitis This Ts a severe blow to the fond parents who have the slucerest and deepest sympathy of all in their beregvement BoqiE On January 6tb Dr M A Jogie died at his homo in Kansas City MIssouri the cause of his death being apoplexy IDr Bogie was a native of Kentucky having been born in this county in 1841 and received his educa tiI at Kentucky University After finishing a thorough medical course he his profession at Kirksvillo ixtco next became his homo and in 809 ho moved to Kansas City where e resided until his death Dr Bogie as chief surgeon of the Kansas City belt railway ROWAN Tna community was sur prisfd on last Thursday to learn of death that day of Mr Joe Ronan was about 61 years old and was a well known brick mason His death was duo to pneumonia A widow and one child are left to mourn his losa His remains were taken to Doyles ville for interment EUSSEL Gen John Hooe Russel died at his home in HuntingtonAVVa on Tuesday evening last at 7 oclock after a brief illness He is survived by his wife formerly Miss Minva Park Phelps daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps of this place and a ittle son Albert Lacyaged 11 months He was a native of Huntsville Alabama The following is taken from the Huntington Advertiser of January 9th The death of General John Hooe Russel has taken from us one of our prominent men and leading citi ens He was a pioneer in Hunting ton having come here in the first year of the citys history Associated with Colonel Peter Buflington aDd others he formed the Bank of Huntington was elected president landing spirit in that enterprise creating and makincr it one of the strongest financial institutions of the country Few men have been so thoroughly iden tified with the growth and development of the business interests of Hunt ibgton No one has taken a more prominent part in its affairs Whatever he engaged in whatever he lent his talent and ability to was a success His broad grasp of men and affairs his good judgement and integrity gave con fidence to his associates and placet him in the front ranks with all those who stand for progress and development His loss to the business world will be felt by the public at large There is no one to take his place His social leadership was recognized by all No event was complete without him His pleasing personality made him a favorite with old and young alike He was a welcome and favored guest in all homes In the social sphere his life was as much a success as It was in financial and business circles Here too his loss is inestimable and there are none to fill the place made vacant by his death He was a generous contributor to al charitable and religious work He was for many years the leading vestryman of the Episcopal churchand in the earlier history of that church was its principal supporter while at the same time contributing liberally to other de nominations One of the last acts of Lis life before his fatal illness was assistance given to one of our churches seeking to payoff its debt by this new year But General Russel was seen at his best in his domestic relations In liii own home ho was at once the charming host and the gentle loving husband lie found his most perfect peace and happiness in the magic circle of his own friends Noman took more pride in his home or desired more to have It fillet with sunshine Only those cf his more intimate friends those who had sharec his hospitality knew of the great plea sure he found in adorning and beauti tying his home for to him it was para dise the dearest spot on earth Loyal friend devoted husband and adoring father your death will be mourned asI long as we shall live A number of friends came from a distance to pay a last tribute of respect to his memory Among them were Mrand Mrs Thomas Phelps Mr and Mrs J WCaperton and little daughterMesers George and S m Phelps of Richmond Kentucky Mr and Mrs Carroll St John of Huntsville Alabama Hon Edward Echols Erskine Miller H B Sproul of Stauntcn Virginia Harry Caperton of Fire Creek and Edward Stalnaker Wheeling Va MOBERLT Henry Acker section foreman here has moved to Versailles Harvey and Colby Green have moved to the farm lately purchased from Henry Acker Miss Susie Tate left Friday for an extended visit to her uncle Robert Dangherty at Beattyville Joe and Allen Deatherage have Bold their 1901 crop of baled hay to Wilson Tate at TO cents per cwt Mr Jerry Broaddus who vls eighty four years of age and one of our most promirent farmers is critically ill Ben Hubbard near Hisles church is very low with fever and three other members of his family are seriously 11 Joe Wagers sold to J F Wagers one bunch of fat hogs at 51 cents Kit Maupin and big soninlaw Setn Tudor of Station Camp Estill county have moved into this neighborhood Mrs W W Combs attended the golden wedding of her parents Mr and Mrs Absolom Oldham on January Mr awl Mrs Oldham llveon the Kentucky river below the mouth of Drown ing creek Mr Oldham is seventyfive and his wife seventythree years of age ilr Oldham was born on the farm where he now lives They have four children the youngestMrs Combs being thirty nine year old There hi never been a death iu the family Mrs Oldhama mother Mrs Lottie Williams is still living at Vienna Ky having passed her bundreth birthday October 41 1902 She is a daughter of John Finn ell one of the pioneers of Boones bore and has many relics of the old tort atop tin oir tkeCTabletslourea Urt On Friday Dec26dhe mans and die new made by IIrt Gathrlgfct Louisville No 413 tiii IlIC Union pike near Was JeLls tikoralrewr4 for same if returned to v x JC WSST it DoyUsville Ky tJI SPECIAL J 1 +++t +++t Patronize home Industry bybnying theBilt Hill Coal Cos coal Xetcbcr Witt agents Aleo best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m 150000 hard brick for sale at J8 per thousand by D C Wipgins Bnv Inquire at New Opera House or grocery on Irvjpo street oct2O tfto olehalfcoffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send particulars to R K Kelley Baird build ing Kansas City Mo and see what he will give you for it 1 mo R K KELLEV Gift Time is coining and you candmake your friends happy at little to your self If you choose your remem brances from our stock wo cant give a list of the thingawo have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L E Lane Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges If Solid Sliver WaredSolid silver knives and forks solid silver Eouveulf and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf L E Lane torRent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good sta- leb and garden Apply to dec3tf George D Simmons ror Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and basement 208 Main street Richmond Ky Very best location In city suitable for anv kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son Lost A black and white setter dogS liberal reward will be paid for the re turn or any information leading to recovery Charles Terrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky ForSaleSI have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located in Estill county on the Richmond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky Farm For aleSI wish to sell privately the Ruben Mundy farm said farm lies in the South East part of Madison county and is into miles of Kingston Kentucky Said place embraces 427 acres about 300 In rass and the other in cultiva tion and has a good house and out building and a tenant house and is well watered having one of the best springs in the county in the yard If sold during January immediate possession will be given I want to sell this place as I live in Lincoln county and cannot look after same Some one can gft a bargain If not sold said place will be for rent during 1003 For particulars apply to R HCrooke Richmond Kentucky or to the undersigned at Crab Orchardd Kentucky 2t B A Bronaugb KINGSTON Prof J L Carpenter will resume his school next Monday after suspension of two weeks lor the Christmas holi days Jeff Roberts sold his house and six acres of land near Kingston to J W Campbell Mr Robert has moved to Lafollette Tenn where lie will resido in the future The anniversary of Kingston Lodge No 315 was celebrated last Saturday at which time the election of officers was held The ofilcers elected are as follows Tom McKean Worshipful Master R W Boalware Secretary- T C SViLtTreauro lobert Potts Senior Warden Wm Munday Junior Warden Jake Herndon Senior Deacon PAINT LICK The New Year has made many changes in our little town Jiramio Butner formerly the efficient clerk at Mr Estridge has gone to Rich mond to take charge of the Blue Grass Grocery Jimmie was a general favor ite land we regret to see him leave Fin Davis takes his place with Mr Es tridge Mrs Annie Adams succeeds Mr Davis in the store of Mr Fish She also has charge of the telephone ex change Humphrey Arnold son of the proprietor of the hotel has a position with R L Jennings William Tudor is with Moore Champ Mrs P tsey Kngleman will move to her farm near Wallace Mill rind Mr Blount will occupy the Spillmau property s Champ Shumate has been laid up with a carbuncle on his temple He is some better Ve are having some cold weather now Ice is fine on the ponds and the flUmes will nil get their houses full Some took advantage of tIle Ice spell last week Salem Wallace of Lexington came home Christmas to spend the day with the homefolks On his way from the train be lost a set ot ladies furs from the buggy for which be offers a reward if left at any store in Paint Li- ckBHTHS FAKLEV To the wife of Mr John 0 poundisboyKENNEylr and Mrs M A Kennoy of Danville we receiving con gratulationa Joyer the birth ofn son which has been christened Frank Allen Kenney Mrs Kemiry was formerly Mis Della Ramsey of this city TuntEY Mr and Mrs R ETurley are rejoicing over the arrivaVof a little girl which was welcomed to their home on Monday January 12th Mr Turloy says the new baby ht beautiful and everyone says she lodks just like her father 1Aemiw and Courier Jouwli25 Public Sale We the undersigned will on Wednesday Jan 28 03 at 10 oclock a in at the residence of H B Scrivner on Silver Creek being 8 miles south of Richmond Ky oc cupied by Jas C Adams sell at Public otcnr the following p rsonal property wit SO head of good home raised younsr cattlf weight running from 600 to 900 pounds Lcotv fresh an extra mijker with bull calf by her side tv llfr cow r 1 sh6rt yearlfnc hieirerS5 hogs weight about 90 to 100 pounds 1 pal raced horse mules Si pair of well broke mules 5 years old 15 hands 3 inches high 1 good yearliiifr horse niule good combined mare 8 years old saddle qualities extra Rood family horse years old 1 extra good carriage horse years ld safe for women and children to rive 2 sets wagon harness good as new 6 sets plow gear 1 good twohorse wagon 1 new hay frame 1set of stretchers 1 Vulcan Chilled turning plow good as new 2 good doubleshovel plows 1 new Western cultivator used one eeasou 1 Raudal harrow good as new 1 good pond scraper 1 extra A harrow Lot of hoes maddock single and ouLile trees etc good road wagon with top Donel son make 1 set buggy harness 1 good spring wagon 1 corn sheller 1 cutting box G good feed troughs 150 to 175 barrels of good corn in crib About COO shocks of fodder in goon c onditionS75 bales of One timothy hay 600 bundles of oats 50 bales of nice straw 400 bundles of cane The above sale will be made on a credit until November 1 1904 with interest at rate of 6 per cent from date of sale with approved security negotia hie and payable at State Bank Trust Company At same time and place will rent jft 3 Tracts of Land J for the year 1903 rout due January 1904 without interest towit Tract No IContains 74 acres of good blue grass land with brick resi deuce with all necessary outbuildings and barn in good order well watered with cistern at door Tract Nil 2 Known as the Robert Jennings tract of laud 50 acres of good blue gr a 10 acres to go in corn and 40 acres in young grass and well water oilTract No 3 Contains 100 acres known as the John Y Parrish tract in lie fine limo grass as can be found in Madison county well watered The above lands are all under good fenco Thorpe Scrivener TD Chenault Auctioneer REPORT OF TilE StateQUARTERLY Co Richmond Ky at close of the business on the 31st day of Dec 1902 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 330519 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 18317 80 Due from National Banti fo 1331 73 Due from State Banks and Bankers 48t 00 Due front Trust Companies 65465 78 flanking House and Lot 21000 00 Other Real Estate 00 Mortgages 33500 US Bonds 00 00SpecieCurrency 18638 oo2182d 23 Exchange for Clearings 1631 64 Other Items carried as Cash 333 Furniture and Fixtures 40W 00 Fund to pay taxes Qire description location value and how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years None Total 206M 70 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 150000 00 Surplus Fund 7500 00 Undivided Profits 00 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is no plaid S3J0729 37 Deposits subject to check on wuicn interest is 0Demandposits ton which inter est is 23000 00 Tlmecerttficates of deposits on which Intersest is Savlngdeposits on which Intercut is paid 0 37DueDue to State Banks and Dankers 3271 85 06CashiersCoUnpaid00CapitalFund sot aside to pay taxes 53 Balance Trust Funds uninvested 3080 77 Total 5206t 70 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including In the liability of the company or firm the liabil- Ity of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly If such indebtedness exceeds 20 percent of capital stock a paid In andactuatamountohur NoneHowitem I secured I See Sec 583 Ky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds per cenf of paidup capital stock of bank None See Section 633 Kentucky Statutes How is i ane secured Does amuunt of indebtedness of person company or firm includ lug In the liability of orlIrm the ilabilityof the Individual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and NoIfCoWereand taxes deducted therefrom be fore declarinc dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said YesSeeSUPPLEMENTARY Amount of Trust Fund viz Mortgages 2300 00 Other Investments 10500 00 Uninvested cash balance 3080 77 77LiabilitiesIndemnity held for liability as surety None NoneAmountoverdue loans and protested pa pers secured438 80 lucludlngoverdue 65Principalments upon which ast Interest is NoneDateDepositorsLedger Amount of discrepancy if any with 34983Dateof Deposits and Cashiers Checks SameAmountNoneHighestany or any person thQUabiUtythe liability of the individual members thereof directly or indi rectly if such Indebtedness ex ceeds 10 cent of capital stock actually paid in and surplus NoneHlgbestany director or officer If amount of snch indebtedness exceeds 10 NonlDoesllmount inciudingin oftheindividual20 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus None STATE OF KENTUCKVlss COBXTT R HTURLI4Y Cashier ot the State flank and Trust Co a Bank located and doing bud Cityofsworn says that tn foregoing report is in all conditionofthehisknowlNlge atthethat the above report is Snide in compliance with an official notice received from the Seer of State of the shillbeElurlo1Notary Public J A 8ULI1VAN JOHN Tl GIBSON lIKCTO S JH POWELL J LUCILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before bat we shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now placr fore your critical view It is a much largerand stronger aggregation than has tt IirrNoveltiesavrirbysame goods kETf DID R DWM EYES BE TIlE JUDGE r OWEN McKfBE I Cor Alain and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 t LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in 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 cent Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan Parrish has by mutual consent bell dissolved Mr Parrish retiring All persons indebted to the above firm are requested to call and settle 4t Duncan Parrish NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties holding claims against the firm of Douglas Crutcher are requested to pre sent same to the uudersigned on or before February 15 or same will be barred Those persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle it JAS S CRUTCER Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and Feed 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 acall Beattyville Coal Co MgrFeleplione TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire- Fence t t Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county i1cbmondhearcyOFinnel Red House ViewJJotmotupp Newby RuthtonJCottonhurgLA WaltacetonBicknerJTCOT KirksTille UNION SUITS OWEN McKEE Ordinances Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky That C 0 Wallace and J D M Russell owners of property located up on the West side of the Richmond and Rig Hill pike iu Richmond Kentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense to at once put in curbing and construct a brick pavement in front of their said property under the direction and control of the Street Committee of Richmond Kentucky DAVID R TEVIS ATT A C WELLS Mayor City Clerk Jannary71903 Be It ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky That John Todd J S Collins J F Wagers Jno D White O H Harrison Vincent Boreing O HHarrisonMrs GBTurleyAR Burnam John Jones Mrs C D Chonault Samuel Rice John Allman J C Todd and U G Harris owners of property located up on the North side of Richmond and Big Hill pike ii RichmondKentucky and being a portion of what Is known as the Diilingbam Addition to Rich mond Kentucky be and are hereby required at their own expense to at once construct a plank walk ID front of their said propertyto be as hereinafter specified Viz Said walk to be made of boards 8 in everytourcross ties thereunder to rest on stone and not less than four inches aboveground and where hollows or lowS places occurthe cross ties shall be ported by locust or cedar posts at least two feet in he ground the remainder of this material used in the construction shall be oak boards and spiked down to each cross tie with two twenty penny nails to each board Said pavement or walk shall be con structed under the direction and con trol of the Street Committee of Rich mond KentuckyDAVID R TEVJS ATT A C WELLS Mayor City Clerk January 1903 OLD JOE WHISK Hand male 0I M dro1tee un iu J is of OW styli IIi fuel nre N BETiKi can he iifor med lill trbestt Family Trade lOvear old in jugs Si itr ja 10h bottles rV 5 jugs 5II bottles 2 II IIju Orders promptly liii WILKYSEAKCV Jr Old Joe IistihleryS Itnovlyr Anderson jK Diamond Brooch s lkra ornaments ot all kink tt a are a feature of our stick tl 1L L Walters CollegiateInstitute Second Session Begins Jan 5 J 9034 Proper provisions will he made for pupils who tan enter most ndyantawous- ly at this time For terms etc see Jas T Barrett Prindp Most BeautifuII Line of FalLand Winter Goods ever displayed in Riclimbnd can now be found at mv store The Best and most up to date markets in the United States have beenrsoughb with the result that todayno Dry Goods House in Central Ky can out classour vast emporium My prices as well us my line of goods will please The Millinery Department is in every particular firsfcclass and you can see the beautiful fall styles + by calling at my store Give me a before going elsewhere iRE SMnm11 I E Yf ita Yo Jest pl- rise idle inns BeE Jsrt d list tied OtiS The been The liitij fete tb1 The tticti tonI ut eon ran rdl lie dpl ecan Rtl citnt f EoI reqUI InJ Salt oded ict ill t OC U Y f ji I 1ir Jf ir iI J n7TT forthe adofthe atch Kentucky Carriage HIGGINS POPS fiBrosSECOND PHONE 16- 5FRESH firocereis AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour e Richmond Climax DPY JAN 14 1903 Ros rs fir rents apply Mrs Sallie iarl sep 10tf Wad f T the date of the Poster y Te vvipR men of Midway will nz aY M C A Mr M iii Scrivner is again able rt ac an illness of a few day6 ltui BJV u girl a uhower stick j LELaue Tv1I fever has assumed the i I or epidemic at Station Campy 8Y D 15 siackelford Co agents for rs Vr tight stoves Mr 1 I Mrs IL L French have t usekeeping at the Karr Otter Creek pike- rJ r ay morning was about the cs r the winter The thermome rcA f rpil 8 degrees above zero Mr MHIard Scrivener of Station r vl is in poor healti wasdown w ck to consult with Dr H R s I ecilian Club will meet this v at 230 oclock with Mrs B L u n at her home on Lancaster Bfiure to attend the poster party a evening at the Y M C A hall cc s to be used for the Pattie A yLdrmary p r in your jewelry taste We Sly it tf L E Lane Fpworth Lcaguo recently r i y the young people of the t si church held its first meet sJtJavafternoon1a I Court at Irvine chanced from third to second r and Quarterly Court from the the third Monday Iregular monthly meeting of inary Society will be held ink re room of the Presbyterian r s afternoon at 3 oclock I iends of Mr C A Lawton r Fjpc rintendaiit of the Metro- Lifo Insurance Company will re i learn of his illness at his iBi Itnden street M iiieiits are on foot to secu- r6llol this years State Fair i i anti Oensboro are also- r Tit Each town lisa to olTtrc- oi of not less than glQOOO wonderful magician Raymond Brr Iat Virgins Brothera Opera u lust two nights of last week Ip g ueil his aiiilieuces as he ie i do Ills magic is truly great- I iionil peopln were much asc ovir Ii return engagement LT rg lays Winchester Sun had- IIwias notice which will inter p pelirre as Mr Mnnsey was a number of years the popular and cert txpreRs agent at this place L Mutisey the popular agent of A lams Express Company by his n re lest will be transferred to Jivi fsx Jan 15 W A Wbicomb S Jtkwht ii highly recom nJedwill succeed Mr Munsey as ins ui JMs city lvOr its Ii r Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 declO So pricebearstf L E Lane Resigned Y E Johnston Constable of tho Yates Magisterial district offered his resignation to Couuty Judge Nc B Turpin last Monday Educational Committee Prof H G Brownwell chairman ot the Educational Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association has selected Dr William G Frost Presi dent of Berea college as a member of the committee Gone to Ford recentlyhashas accepted a position with the Ford Supply Company Wo wish Mr Fcr rill much success in his new Enterprise Selling WhIskY Without Ucent John W Johnaon who was arrested on charge cf illegal sale of whisky was tried in the County Court Monday morning There were ten cases against him and he was fluid 25 and costs in each case Sale of Lots Dr G W Evans has sold to Mr W G Powell two nice lots on the corner of Gtyudon avenue and Fourth street Jlr Powell will begin the erection of handsome rEsidences which will be quite an addition to that part of town New Manager Mr F W rnitb of Georgetown as been appointed manager of the Richmond Telephone Company succeeding MrE NFuqua who was transfered to Lebanon Tetiu the first of the year A new directory will be issned in a few days A New Church Newby in this county is to have a new church in the near future which will be used by both the Baptist and Christian denomination Mr J S Stapp the thrifty merchant of that place will donate the ground also i500 in motley Small Pox Reports sent in from Burgiu tell that the small pox situation is becoming quite serious in parts of Mercer and Carter counties EVery precaution in being taken to prevent the futher spread of the ueeiue Oldest Odd Fellow Paris Ky claims the oldest Odd Fellow in the world in the person of Mr Joshua Newall the veteran machinist now in his ninetyseventh rand a worthy member of Bour bon LuJge Air Nowall became a member of Ohio Lodge No 1 in Gin ciujati in 1832 Foster Party The ladies of the Pattie A Clay In firmary will give a poster party in the near future at the Y M C A hall A small admission will be charged and light refreshments served Then those present will vie with each otln Jn guessing the largest numb 8 Dangerous Walking The sidewalks fur the past have been unusually slippery rendered walking very hazard some places and a few days ac maiden fair with suukfcsed hair came tripping down the streether face serene her age 16gee whiz but she was sweet On the sidewalk tUck she came down quick with a jolt that shook her curls but the words she used mpst be excused for she one of our nicest girls NOlICt The outstanding accounts of Stockton Hagau have been place with the Richmond Real Estate arid Collection Agency John L Baxter Manager for collection with instructions to bring suit on all those unpaid after ten days from this date without further notice from him or the undersign Call at the law office of J Tevis Cobb for statement It STOCKTON I IAG AX January 10 1903 The Climax and Courier Journal one year for 125 JDeatherage Co l= Here Is The Place To find just what you need for your A Christmas dinner We have the w freshest and best goods that can be A secured and our line was nevermore Jcomplete than now A Oranges Lemons CandesApples Bananas Figs Dates hundreds J Itingredients for YOT 1ac a Our stock is fresh and cheap Order yQUF tupp1y frthat we can give that earefulattenJ tion which we demand for our cus ftomers IE Deatherage Co I lost scabbardengraved on the blade of sword Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf R R Burnam Organizes a Minstrel Show Wm Bailey of Lexington reorgan Companywhichhasbcen becomes manager and angel It OriginalMinstrels plea bind and orchestra and will open in Richmond January 21 New Ferry Thomaa Warren of Poosey was courtlastihe Kentucky river at the end ol the Whitlock and Kentucky river turn pike This pike was recently completed and has opened up a large section of the county The new ferry and turnpike will he a great advantage to the farmers on both sides of the river The Imne Sale placelaStFarmingimplements sold well All the stock offered brought good prices Two mules brought 140 and 110 each one bull calf 25jone yearling jersey bull 20 A lot cf old priceAuctioneorT sale Chute at the Poor Farm Robert Gillen ol this city who was elected keeper of the county poor farm at the May term of the Fiscal court succeedingCassIus has held the position for the last ten years removed to his farm on Muddy froniJuneinconvenience of making the change after the crops were in Reached Her- eOn last Thursday a terrible blizzard and snow storm struck this town and vicinity which made all think King winter hind really arrived The wind was extremely hi hand the snow fell so thick and fist as to be almost blind ing Deop drifts were formed here and there Reports from various places show that the cold snap was general a great deal of damage resulting from ihe high winds in the North West Coming to the front Morehftubbars the unique dIstinct- ion of being called the Queen of the Mountainsand is making rapid strides dis in the educational nl The Bracken Academy has opeued its first session with encouraging outlook The Morehead Normal College is also pro gressing nicely possessing a new 10 000 building and bperatingan industrial department which means much to tlm students of the mountains In His New Qaartm Mr W D OMham began moving into his handsome new store on Mon day and hopes soon to be ready for business in earnest This is one of the most nptodat e store rooms in town and really takes on the appearance of a city house Mr Oldbam built his new store with an eye to convenience and comfort as well as plenty of room We trust he will continue to enjoy a large patronage Land and Stock Sales Mr C D Chenault has sold to John B Todd his chesti ut colt by Boan erges lat dam Creuana by Kosciuako 2nd dam Sallio R by Julian The price given was private This colt is one oi the most sensational juveniles that has ever been trained at the Old Kentucky Association trackHerald misfortuneIGreat Stallion to be Sold Mat Cohen will sell his Imported Hackney stallion Militia 2186 in the Embry Chenault Turley combina tion sale at Madison County Stock Yards Richmond Ky February 11 I Militia is one of the very best breeders ever in this county and to induce some Madison county parties to buy him Mat will sell him on 12 months time with good note Imported Militia will be No 10 In Catalogue Oil Famine Our citizens and merchants were much wrought up Monday over what seemed to be a coal oil famine Tire report gained circulatiou last week that coul oil hail advanced to twenty cents per gallon wholesale but worse news came Monday when it was learned that there was no oil in town Lucky people arc they who have electric and gas lighted Ironies and stores but pity those who depeui on the Standard Oil Company for light Dedicatory Services Tire members of Madison Lodge No 141 O O F will de kate their new hall and lodge building Tuesday night January 20 services toegIn promptly at seven oclock Tho Mrand OlDcsra of the State and adjoining I O O F lodges have been invited and are i re peated to attend Refreshments will be served after the exerchss Jt will be a great day for tli e and one to which they IP forward to lor man A New Yea The Clipper propos for every citizen and I X Midway V I herebyresolve that a iug th 1903 I will not run down Midway or its people to tiny person stranter or otherwise but will talk it up arid say a good word for it on every posiblejoc casionIf resolve is strictly adhered to we are coujident that an impetus l be given to ill lines of business andj greater public spirit will be fostere among all citizens The resolution hr worth making any way Why wuldntthis be a good resolve here fob Happy Chllihsod The magnificent snow of last week caused marry a young heart to beat with gladness Sleds that had been stored away were brought out and during the afternoon several hills in the city were the scenes of merry coast ing parties One bid which afforded much lun to the youngsters was on Second street just below Mr N B Deatherages home Every afternoon alter school the crowd began to gather and continued until bed time The constant gliding of the runners and perhaps tan occasional skate on foot rendered the hills very slippery but what was that in companion to the untold pleasure of the little folks into whoso ffices the winter wind had brought the rospand whose eyes danced with chiUdhJ glee a Wit tF HlufnJ Mr William Broaddns has accepted a position with Mr C F Hifrgins who Rentuckytarriage deserving or industrious young man In Richmond or Madison county than William Broaddus and we wish him great success in his new work Orange of Management James M itacer has succeeded Rev John Dodwell in the management of the Berea Citizen The latter who has made a great success of the paper retires to devote his whole time to the ministry Mr Racer is a man of ex perience in newspaper work and hnvlne a good field will doubtless make a success of it Explosion Monday morning about 730 oclock an alarm of fire was turned in which proved to be the explosion of a large rangein Rev Hugh McLellane kitchen The explosion was caused by the fri ez ing of the water pipes in the back of the stove which was completely de molished All the window panes in the room were broken and considerable excitement prevailed for a time New Managemen- tMr Charles F Higgiiis who recently purchased the Kentucky Carriage Works has tnken charge of the busi ness and through the CLIMAX invites all his friends to see him This house was founded by Mr John Donefeon in 1869 and during that time he has sold enough vehicles to give every lady in Madison coufity a ride Mr Higgins has had several years experience In the business and knows well how to interest the prospective buyer A Good Shew On last Wednesday and Thursday nights at the Grand Rosa Mayo and her strong support presented Under Two Flags A very small audience was out on account of the extremely cold weather Ro a Mayo as Cigarette was exceptionally good and she has been classed with Viola Allen and others as an emotional actress Tire character of Bertie Cecil was also ichl portrayed All in all it was a very good show and we regret that few ofour people witnessed It Y M C A Notes At a meeting ot the Conny Executive Committee Wednesday itltcrnnon the following otiicers wero ilrcinl J IL Bush Chairman R C I ovingtuu Vice Chairman C C Willae Record ing Secretary E Deatberage Treasurer 0 R Boucher as County ietretary was reelected The Second Annual Convention of the Mercer County Associations was heldat Harrodsburg Friday Saturday and Sunday of last week State Secretary Rosevear met with the committee Tire State Convention will be held in Lexington February 1215 in the beautiful auditorium of the Central Christian church Test Case in State Primary Attorneys for the Democratic State executive committee refused to agree to an advancement and immediate hear ing of the Meacham injunction case by the Court of Appeals unless Men cham and those opposing the primary election will agree to make this the final test of the matter and on its con elusion accept the primary No such agreement will be made and J W Melosu of Calloway County will enter the race for Agricultural Commission er and sue to get on the ballot with out the payment of the committee as secsment The Combination Sale Messrs Embry Chenault Tur ley are meeting with much encouragement in arranging for their great combination sale which will take place at the Madison County Stock Yards February 11 and 12 Among those who have entered stock are William Bates J P Simmons Carl Deatherage Dock Deatherage G B Turley H H Col yer W Brookshire A K Doty J W Smith Mat Cohen A H McCown Mr Chenault has received letters from a number of stock men in the Western States who have signified their intention of attending the sale n Circuit Court The January term of Circuit Court will convene next Monday The dock et is composed of 303 cases distributed asfollowsOld 216 equity appearance 19 ordinary appearance 18 old ordi nary 49 criminal 1 The criminal case is that against Ben Chenanlt and John Wjiite charged with malicious shooting The January term Is the civil term but Judge Benton made a special order in this case as these boys have been confined for two months and are unable to give bond They are charged with shooting Wilson Hall of White Hall Railroad Chutes Mr Clarence Johnston agent at the L A depot will resign Jan 15 and Wm G Wolf agent at Valley View it is said will be stationed at Nicholas ville and H B Vandivier assistant at the Q C depot will go to Valley View William Wolf is a most deserv ing young man and his many friends will be plad to see him fill this import ant place where he began the business six years ago Jessamine Journal Mr Johnston is well known here having been agent bra while at the 1L A depot in this city His par ntsalso reside here having moved com Panola about twelve months ago hears Killed On last Tusday night two bull dogs owned by Mr Harvey Neff got into the lot where a large number of geese were being collected for shipment to New York and succeeded in killing 224 of the number Those that were not killed directly by the dogs were smothered to death in a stampede which resulted from their efforts to run into a chute Mr Neff purchased the geese at the rate of 60 or 75 cents each and were to have been delivered on lot They were still able to pick and dress the fowls but the price was greatly reduced and caused consider able loss to Mr Neff Epworth League Tie young people of the Methodist dim ch met on Sunday afternoon for tire purpose of organizing an Eptrortb Leagte There were eighteen char ter members to enroll The Leugna eervicett will be held every Sunday evening from six to seven oclock It was also decided to hold one business in each notith also one social meeting Great intr test was manifested at the organization and we trust the list of members will continue to grow and all will take hold of the League work with great onorgyand zeal Tho topic for discussion njxt Sunday evening will be Epworth teagners in Training for Cbrchwort I A REMARKABLE OFFER We are determined to in crease our largesubscription list several hundred during the month of January and in order to do so we have made special arrangements whereby we can offer the CLIMAX and COURIER JOURNAL both one year for SI 25 This remarkable offer will positively be withdrawn on Feb ruary 2 Subscribers now on our list can take advantage of this proposition by paying their subscription one year in advance Should you desire to take advantage of this low rate send us 125 your name and postoffice address and we will do the res i THE CLIMAX PTGCO Richmond Ky Three Constables Appointed Judge N B Turpin hiss appointed Mr 1 M Scrivner Constable of the Richmond Magisterial district to succeed F M Kennedy who resigned the office several weeks ago A L Wilson was appointed In tire Yates district succeeding W E John son resigned and John Fielder in the Glade district to succeed J J Hudson resigned Real Estate and Collection Agency Not the least important of the sever al new firms beginning business the first of the year is the Richmond Real Estate and Collection Agency Jr J L Baxter who is known as one of the best collectors In the country and who has had longer presence iu the real estate business is the manager and County Attorney J Tevis Cobb legal advisei of the firm Beginning bnsi nESsas they doat a time when there is unusual activity iu real estate there is no question but that they with haven that they crtn attend to There liar been more bnuiess in this line during he past twelve months that in the ten sears precttlius A Brautifal Ompliment to Mr Woods The following notice was taken from t iu Lexington Observer and is a com pliment worthily bestowed TIre friends ofMr ClareiiceE Woods the talented and popular Richmond newspaper manand they arc legion will rejoice to learn that he was again reelected Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nu fraternity and editor of the Delta at an increase in salary from five hundred to one thousand dollars a year at the recent National Convention held in Indianapolis This is the fifth time the honor has been bestowed on Mr Woode and evidences the high esteem in which he is held by the order Mr Woods Is not only a polished writer a forcible speaker and an ardent fraternity man but a born gentleman as well whose beautiful and lofty ideals of brotherhood and manhood have done much to elevate the Sigs In the eyes of collegians everywhere Mr itone Chairman Col Sam H Stone former Auditor of Kentucky but now President of tilt Stone Tobacco Warehouse Company ot Louisville has accepted the chairmanship of the SubFinance Commit tee on tobacco of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and will at once begin an active canvass among the tobacco firms and corporations of the State for sub scriptions to the 100000 fund now being raised The following well known tobacconists have been appointed on Col Stones committee A C Tompkins Owensboro R H Soaper Hen dorson John Ballard Hopkinsville V O Head Charles Bridges John Brown John J Hetterman Basil Doer iroefer and J A Lancaster Louisville Several additional committeemen are to be named by Col Stone He will probably see that every big tobacco growing county in tho State has rep resentation so the contributions will bo large Volcano In Eslill The people living along White Oak Creek in Estill county thought the end of time had come last Wednesday Natural gas has been escaping from the fissnres in the rock along the creek for many years and last Wednesday an explosion occoured which blew out ihe bank for several feet The gas became ignited and was burning over an area of a half an acre for three or four days until the flame was finally smothered The company which owns tire lease on this property began drilling about ten days ago their drill being located about a half a mile up the creek frl11o where the explosion occurred No one knows the cause of the phenomenon as there was no one near when the bank let go An expert mining engineer from Pennsyl vania who visited the place a week or so ago said that when the drill was placed near the place where the gas was escaping it would be necessary to remove tire boilers some distance and conduct the steam to tho engine by pipes He remarked that it was the strongest flow of natural gas he had ever seen What We Hue and What We Ned Richmond is a town of 6COO inhabi tants and is the Capital of the best county in tho State It has three good railroad- sIt has one firstclass hotel and a number of excellent boarding houses It has a female college a training School for boys a fine public school and a colored graded echool It has eight largo churches It has a splendid telephone system Ii has toth gas and electric lights and a com plete system ol water works No town in Kentucky can boast of better police and fire protection It lias a steam laundry ice factory rail road shops carriage works flour mills planing mills barrel factory cigar fac tory and other industrial enterprises Every business and profession is rep resented from Lawyers and Doctors town to street venders and lunch coun tars It lute two well equipped hospitals It has a handsome government build ing and the Federal court It has litres Dewspapere and two opera houses It has four banks one wholesale grocery jind two strictly uptodate green houses We want the mud cleaned off the jitreets Wa want more factories We want the office of the Collector of In fernal Revenue moved bdck to where ift belongs We need more houses Ve want more concrete pavements liVe want some solution to the servant problem We want every live mer hont in Richmond to adverts in the CLIMAX during the year 1003 We want to add another thousand sub scribers to tire CLIMAX list Jll5Ccc Fpr Rent A nice five room cottage situated be tween Walnut and Broadway For particulars call on- 4t J Wm Wagprs Mr and Mrs W E Luxon Jr who for a number of years have occu pied the Perry cottage on Walnut street will in a few days remove to the coun try and will reside with 1Jr Luxons parents A Successful Hunt A large number of boys nndgirls of the White Hall neighborhood turned out lost week armed from a4broom stick to a shot gun for a days rabbit hunt The result was two guns broken and one poor rabbit woundedover which the crowd broke up in a row in dispute of the proper ownership Still Raided Capt W T Short made a raid in Estill county last week where he captured a seventy gallon still and destroy ed about three hundred gallons of beer and fourteen gallons of whiskey The still was located on Buck creek about fourteen miles from Irvine The opera tors escaped A New One Tire initial number of the Wilmore Times Louis Pilchers new paper has reached our table It is n clean read able newspaper and is full of interest ing matter through and through Tine liberal amount of advertising carried shows how the people of Wilmore appreciate a good paper If tho Times keep up to the high standard it has set its success is assured Ntat Book This office Is in receipt of a most interesting little book entitled The Birth of Bores College Mr John A It Rogers being its author It deals with the narly days as its name implies of that splendid institution as welliS of Kentucky life in general It is pro luscly illustrated and nicely bound and is a credit to its author and to Berea arid her Interest Jack ODlamonds in Demand Mr Mat S Cohen has received a letter from the management of tire Boston Horse Show asking him what in ducements he would expeci to exhibit his noted stallion Jack Diamonds ni their show which will be lucId from April 20th to 25th Mr Cohen hiu submitted to them a proposition tle terms of which are private This is very high andnleervelcnnnpUmertD- issulveil Partnership The well known dry gnudj firm of Scrivener Cheuault Co of Wincher ter has dissolved partnership Mr Chenault retiring This firm known as the Klondike cash store hum done an excellent business since their beginning and their trade is steadily in creasing Tho young men aro both Madieonians Mr Harry Scrivener being a son of Mr L M Scrivener of this city Mr Chas Chenault is a son of Mr David Chenault of near town Mr Scrivener will continue the busI- ness Land Rented A very good crowd attended the public renting of laurel belonging to the White heirs held on the premises 4 miles from town last Wednesday Three tracts of land were rented Mr P Eo Baldwin rented the first tract containing 117 acres of corn land at 5875 per acre Bud Cornelison 78 acres of grass land at 570 H H Colver 160 acres known as the Iumkin Run tract at tOO Five shares of Richmond National Bank stock were bought by W G White at 125 Auctioneer T D Chenault cried the sale E Elder Assigns- It was a great surprise everybody in Richmondwhen it became known last FrWaj morning that E V Elder the well known dry goods merchant had assigned to tire State Hank Trust Company Tire appraisers finished their work yesterday morning when it was found that the liabilities amounted to 19083 16 and the assets 10174 59 Expressions of regret were heard every where when the failure became known Mr Elder began business here about ten years ago and from a very small beginning the business had grown to one of the largest in the city Mr El der has the sympathy of all in his mis fortunes and the wish of all is that he may soon get his affairs into shape and be ready for business again County Court Orders The administrator of the estate ot John J McFaJden appeared and filed final settlement Allison Sanders was appointed over seer of road No 10 The Kentucky Distilleries Ware house Co filed a withdrawal report of whiskies from September 1st to Decem ber The State Bank A Trust Co being appointed assignee of E V Elder J A Sullivan Vice President appeared and took tire prescribed oath and entered into bond II J McKee J B StoulTer and John W Itupard were appointed appraisers The administrator of the estate of Jonathan T Estill filed appraisement On motion L M Scrivner was up pointed Constable of Richmond magisterial district No I Chief Allmans Report At tire meeting of the City Council last Thursday night Capt James H Allman Chief of Police made the following report of the work done by the city officers during the past year Total number arrests 692 Fines and costs collected S1908JX Fines replovled and not due 390 00 Total fines and costs 2293 00 The 592 arrests were distributed as follows Drunk anti disorderly 187 plain drunk 100 breach of the pacE 102 Gaming 60 keeping gambling houses 3 carrying concealed weapons 24 disorder and fighting 51 indecent conduct 12 keepers of bawdy houses 8 IpHering around houses of illfauie 15 discharging fire arms on the street 6 resistingarests4 opeulugsaloons on Sunday 6 jumping on trains while in motion 7 tramps17 Pardoned Cash Graves who was sentenced at the last term of circuit court to serve two years in the penitentiary for horse stealing has been granted a par 9n by Governor Beckbnm II will be remembered that Graves committed the of ense about six or seven years ago since which time he has been living in Ne vada Mipsouribnt tine ututiic titles sue ceeded in capturing and bringing him back for trial He was convicted and sentenced totsvo years in the peniten tiary A petition Wall circulated at once for a pardon stzn d by ten members of the Jury and number of prom inent citizens of Richmond Judge Benton urged the exteunioiiof clemency in the case Those persons here who were interested in the ease will be glad to learn of Graves pardon He has a wife and three children and owns a I nice home at Nevada where lie is respected citizen i ored Spa ts JOJ TTRyOUR- FELTI BOOTS J- j Theytr good and warm and youll like the quality and price L t Also Extra Values In Rzuzbb r Boots Overshoes Wirm Undrwer ks Gloves9Overcoits Everything thats good for wintry weather wear j One Price to Everybody b every time no asking up in order to fallyouget the O lowest price without any jewing GOYINQTON I BUNKS c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS D DayISeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months J Will Erect a Mew Court House Our neighbor city of Versailles is con templating the erection of a new court house also fire engine house The two buildings will be combined on the site of the old market house ou Court square Tire approximate cost of tire building will be about 20000 and wil add greatly to the appearance of Ver saille as well as being a much needed addition Created A Furore Prof Raymond the Magician Hyp notist and Mindreader has caused great excitement during the past week His startling stunts are the talk of the town He has driven blindfolded furiously around tire streets and found hidden articles escaped from the Sheriffs handcuffs and performed other feats equally remarkable His jer formanccs have been attended by the best people in Richmond and all pro trounce him the most fkiltul arid inter eating exponent of the Occult that has appeared here Mr Raymond is a cultured gentleman and well deserves his increasing popularity The Elks are arranging for Mr Ray mond to give another entetainment before leaving the cit- yTheCliinax and Courier Journal J year for 125ls MATRIMONIAL ZEiCJLEnPATTiE The marriage of Miss Mary Brown Pattie to Mr S J ZeigUrj will take place today at the home of the brides aunt Miss Lucy Pattlein Frankfort The bridewho is a niece of Dr and Mrs C D Pattie of this city is a frequent visitor here and has numerous friends whose wish is that her life may be a happy one BEKBYMANHunnAKD Mr George Berryraan of Speedwell and Mrs Tommie Barnes Hubbard surprised their friends by goinc over to Winchester on December the 31st where they were mamed at the resideuceof Mr J A Curry the ceremony being said by Elder J W Harding The CLIMAX extends congratulations STEPIIENSTDDOR On last Wed nesday January Tuir Mr J W Step hens and Miss Nannie Tudor of Berea were united in marriage in this city at tho home of Mrs Roy White Miss Tudor is well known here and in the county being a graduate ot Madison Institute anti lIDs for years been one of the countys most successful school teachers The CLIMAX extends con gratulations OWENCUBED On last Saturday Miss Mary Creed and Mr Charles Owens eloped to Jeflersonville Indiana and were married Miss Creed is a very handsome young woman the daughter of Dr Tohn Creed a dentist of this county The groom is a rising young merchant of Wincheste- rTI1TONPAnKIhe home of Mr Conway Taylor on Broadway was the scene of a wedding last Wednesday when Mr Lusby Tipton and Miss Bessie Park of Doylesville were united in marriage DAYISTCKMJC On last Wednesday January 7th Mr Frank Davis aged 21 years and Miss Lula Turpiu aged fifteen were married in this city CHANEYGHIZABD Mr J Wilson Chancy and Miss Lila Grizard were married yesterday at the residence oh tho bride at Valley View CURTISTUSSEY On last Thnsday Mr Lesley Curtis And Miss Nannie A Tusseyof Cottonburg were united in marriage in this city IIuTcinssCoFKYMr Milton W Hutcbins and Miss Mary C Ceffey were married here on last Saturday January 10t- iTuicnietiPUnV1SM r William J Thnrman and MIsi Mary E Purvis were married in this city on last Wed nestiayHuTERGARaETTMrGileS Hun terwas married in this city on January 7th to Mrs SamlraGarrett PERSONAL Mr T J Hill of Stanford was irene last week Mr Too Thurman spentunday whir his parents in Lexington Miss Alice Ballard of Lexingtonbas been visiting relatives hero Mr Leslie Rico was a guest ot rela o This signature lives in Winchester last week Mr Thomas H Collins was in Frank fort last week on legal business Mr L B Herrington continues quite ill at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Hotel Glyndon Wednesday 14tb Mrs J Speed Smith had as her guest last week Mr and Mrs H Clay How and Mrs Charles E Smoot is the guest of her sister Mrs E L Powell in Louis villeMisses Sue and Mayme Scrivner will go to Lexington today for a visit to rel ativesMr and Mrs William Sims of Livingston are visiting relatives hero this week Miss Florrie Chenault haa gone to De Land Florida where she will spend the winterMr B Collins and bride pee Miss Bessie Lackey have returned from Cincinnati Miss Van Greenleaf is at home from a delightful visit to Miss Lizzette Dick son in Paris Mrs J S Johnson and two children are guests of Mrs A J Arnold on High street Dr T Park Gardner of Irvine wsa tho guest of friends here last Tuesday and Wednesday Mr G D Vance of Franklin Ky has accepted a position of salesman for W D Oldhara Co Miss Annie Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill countv is visiting her sister Mrs Harry Scrivner MrE G Parrish who is stationed at Tyrone in the Revenue service spent Sunday with his family here Miss Bertha Gumbert has returned- to her home in Louisville after a visit to Mr and Mrs Chas Gumbert Mr and Mrs W W Pigg will return to Lexington on Saturday after a few days at their home in this city Mrs Richard Hooker of Stanford has returned home after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs M A Phelps Tins friends of Mr David II Myers willregret to learn that he continues very ill at his home on lligir street Mr William R Bales and family left yesterday for Carthage Mississippi where they will reside in the future Senator and Mrs James H McCrea ry ate ai home from a visit to their son Mr Robert McCreary in Chicago Mrs Bertha M Smith and Miss Evelyn Smith have returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Louis yule Mrs George Walden of Danville formerly Miss Mary Smith of this city is visiting Mrs James Smith on the Campus Dr McFerran Crowof Vereallescame over Monday to see his mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe ReT Hugh McLellan was in Lex ington Sunday Dr Stucky filled the pulpit of the Christian church here on that day Mr Charles Chenault of Winches ter was a guest last week oflis parents Mr and Mrs David Chenault near town Miss St Clair of Georgetown was a guest last week of Miss Carlisle Wale ker and attended the dance at the Masonic Temple Mr John Lake who has been hero and the county in the interest of they M C A for some time past baa returned to his home In Louisville Mrs W G White baa returned to her home in Louisville after spending the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs W B Smith on the Summit Mr Lee Todd haa returned to Ford after spending several days at the bed side of Mr Jerry Broaddus who U critically lit at his home sear Moberly Miss Emma Duncan returned in time to resume liar duties in Csldwell High school after having spent the holidays with friends at Spears Jessa mine county Miss Mollie Fife has been enjoying a visit to Mn George Land In Lexiug ton Mrs Land entertained at cards Saturday afternoon with Miss Fife aa guest of honor Mr and Mrs Joseph S Gardner and little BOB bobave bees visiting rela tives ia Irvlsw lor the pMt month passed thoiik JttehBHHwl hiM week 4 Oues Grip In Two Days Ihox enronte to their home in Jacksonville Florida Miss Carlisle Chenault has returned from a short visit to Mr and Mrs Preston Eastin She accompanied her sister Miss Eleanor that far on her way to Washington D C where she attending school- Postmaster C C Wallace was in Louisville last week and attended a very swell dinner at the Gait House in honor of Mr Leslie Combs who will shortly leave for Gautemala and lion duras to assume his duties as minis ter Mrs O IX Chenault and two little daughters expect to leave soon for a midwinter visit to her mother and brother Mrs Humphreys and Mr plantationinington Observer Below is a list of Richmond anti Madison county people who will leave today to spend the remainder of tire winter in New Smyrna Florida Mr and Mrs T E Arnold Mr Green R Turley Mr Vernon Schlegel Mr and gaDrCurtis Mrs Dave Simmons and Mr Dave Simmons Jr Prandennial Club was entertained most delightfully by Rev Hugh Mc Lellan at his residence on Lancaster Avenue last Friday evening A de licious menu was served after which a spirited discussion on the Monroe Doctrine took place This was handled in a most able mannerLy Senator James B McCreary Hon Harris Crooko arid othersRev S M Logan the new pastor of the Presbyterian church was given an agreeable surprise Friday afternoon While he and his good wife were in vited out to lunch at the residence of theia stantial way winch they found upon their return Mr Logan touched upon the incident before iris Sunrfay services and thanked the congregation as he said he was without a clue to the donors Wilmoro Times A former Midway boy who is mak jug a noteworthy success is Mr James Pates Jr who has been here this week on a visit to his father Mr James W Pates Jim began work three years ago at Monongahela City Paon a salary of 13 a month and by hard knocks succeeded In mastering civil engineer ing To day he Is one of the five Di vision Engineers employed by the Mo nongahela Coal Coke Co a 10 000000 concern that owns a score of mines and other properties and he is making sturdy strides Mr Pates is the brother of Mr John R Pates the popular railroad man whom lie will also visit during his two weeks stay in Kentucky Mi Iway Cor Woodford Sun EMPTY e YESEMPTY Let us Fill Your COAL BIN with fJManchester or Pluto Cannel Coal Feed of all Kinds Lime Cements Etc STORAGEAgents Fence Letcher witCoal Yard and Warehouse JPPIIonRichmond Ky T I 1I I It I bPROFESSIONALOARPS r iz ATIOSHETS ItW MILLER eATTOmTArLLV HICBUOKD KrXrSCrT- Oiiie n the Burnim Building nexidoor to armer National Bank febSlj AJ 4UtJBNEYA1LAW ItlCHMOND KENTUCKY OfiVe over State Batik Trust Co op potiti Court HtHise on Main Street J U kiD M OHBNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKKTUCKY Otttae on Second street over Chen ult grocery W R LBTCHERAUorneyatLaw RinuioxD KJWTWXY Olfice over Taylor Brae Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1IIIoe In John Bcnactti Od law office over o1 tTha3 dnq oe PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SORGEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office ta the Dr UoiMoa taiUue JWnSr et H C JASPER M D Medicine ami Surgery Ofhce Sumffei Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway IOBMOKD KZXTUCKT EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON K IIMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance U 0 Mrs IL OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trw B g Ji TRtare furublied on application CONSULTATION FttES ti taatwSoatbern Schuol I Ostheopothy H7AL stma Z 1c htl1 it it nsot ntJIor Locievuis KY OQw seit door tv GorerniaeBt BaiMiiig flKojo6 d Mr Oee ItoersS to 121 to 4 vflflj uu unn Harry M Blanton c DENTIST WOffice Iti BcaaM BBiUiog Umlj T8LHPHCKNB 155 1 DR LDMt rI Ht tMynn W 0Jy JSr J4JIQ6 t ram Up TftkmnpM egtray a sin all brown M king mare mule wag takim up on TucalmVvOet 7 Owii tcan have same by p6erlr proving owneraliip and ptiiilteiwrges J II Allraan tf Chief of Police U ATTENTION We Iwve moved onr produce business from the East Bud of Slain street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Gve us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce 3usiness in Madison county GOTT BROS Socond street S jnnlv RICHMOND KY III II MOtE LIVES ARE SAVED DY V81N0 Dr Kings New Discovery i YOR Consumption Coughs and CaL Thaa By All Other Throat Aid Iiucg Bcmedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrlppe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Pries 503 8 1 Trial Bottle Pmr TO THOSE wishing to purchase the IFence repIeasedslatetIit is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnetli Simmons R cmond Seatry Hamilton Waco 0 Pientl Jd House J W Miwtera Valley View I V WhiUoct Baldwin John Stapp Newby Bartoo Ueberts lUthton J WTeter Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonburg LA Vmrrea Paint Lick- WallicetonC C MeWharter Biekner iEUrlj Berea JTCOT KJrksTllIe Isi our Stork of Jewelry Silver wore etc will te found a num her of articles especially ap propriale for this reason Thoso who have adapted the custom of gentling their wishes before Christmas and their gifts during the Holidays can pew purchase to advan tape riiere is a very laieassortment of dainty and ex quttBle things in Sterling Silver Quadruple H Plate and ateo mans Metal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old land If VtlinterI 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn- French Lawn Organ jes Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons- CIebrated Shirts WniteAND Gibson1 RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville 25 4t Hotel Glyndon Thursday and Friday January 8 and 9 1903 havtnnttel to JDsure 1 K for the rest of ynr ellyn I will ex mint your Eyes overcome the de- l i id iiK onre you most Satisfactory result 9 Kyamto4r WE GO iVAEST I ll Memphis Kansas City or Chicago j Through Service of the Very Best to I ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO COASTSI j The Very Lowest Rates for the CoJowst and HetieeekeIJ BACON Gtnl AgU HOWARD JOLLY T PA- i t 1G Fourlh SL QEOHLiEilPTALUUflBoeklArt CincinnaUf 0 38 East Fbufth Scncinnall 0 Their Own Lookout There was anIrisbman who after reaching America was full of homesick bra in which nothing in America even ap proached things of a similar variety in Ireland In speak ing of the bees of the old sod he grew especially roseate and said Why the boze in that country is twice as big as in this bedade Indade theyre bigger than thattheyre as bigas the sheep ye have inI this counthry Bees as bigas sheep said WhyIwhat kind of hives do they have to keep them in No bigger than the ones in this country was the reply Then how do the bees get into the hives he was asked Wellreplied the Irishman thats their own lookout Grafting Tree in the Spring Persons having pear or ap pie trees of poor undesirable kinds should graft them in the tops in early spring Ihis is Uctsily dme by any person of judgment by saw ff m to two inch iusi the end 1ii i1 II ise Llia it narrow iron wedge or chisel in the center and on each side after cutting the scions into shape insert a scion Then with a wax made of Iosin beeswax and tallow cover well after withdrawing the wedgeN Y Tribune Farrner Received 32000 Gifts In connection with the ex hibition at the Vatican of the nore valuable of the Popes jubilee presents it isannounc ed that the total number of gifts was 32000 The value of the gifts presented to him on the occasion of his three jubilees is estimated at 2 500000 The Pope has be queathed the presents to the Holy See- Bringin your oU suit and trousers bytheirouFFEE MAHLER Tailors Mr James Barnes the well known writer of naval affairs who contributed to The Out look an interesting series of letters from South Africa during the Boer War has now gone to Venezuela on behalf of that journal which will publish a series of articles from him giving vivid pictures of the country its people the state of affairs which now exists and the developments which may come from the present crisis Itmay be noted that Mr Barnes tells in the current issue of The Outlook a peculiarly interesting and extraordinary chapter in the naval history of the United States The article is called The Tragedy of a LostCoxnmissionandrelates to the story of Gustavus Con yngham who was really the predessor of Paul Jones as a privateer under the American flag The first commission which was issued to him by General Hancock and handed to him by Benjamm Franklin was lost and for lack of it Conyngham suffered imprisonment financial loss and there was talk of hanging him as a private This very commission was found strangely enough by Mr James Barnes ill the posses sion of an autograph and print seller in Paris The article is fully illustrated with some quaint and Interesting old cuts and a facsimile of the lost commission SECRETSAt the Price oC Stif forio g Woman on her lo semiina1i ism painIgnorancein n as tht true cause motherhood Mother Friend tikes the doctor pUce and she his no ause for ca jutes view She is her otra doctor and her DailnpplicationIprt nancv er to penod of gestation ia a cheerful mood and rest undistu- rbedMothers Friendisa liniment for external use It WOuld indeed be tliaaKful if the sacrifice of odesty were necessary to the success AlhvonenabCitqjl drn store and foz roo secure the price childbirth remedy babies useisigMothcrs1ricndOtt W MAtFKU MWUM MH A JWftM III A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much the one who receives IL Any article selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and NVeddinj Presents cannot fail to delight both river and recipient YEAGEtt has on display a bcautl lul collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE nod many other things to delight the eye FJYEAGER SECOND STREET Hard Luck A Texas mans cotton was eaten by the boll weevil and his orn destroyed by the dr r I tMitrher eloped with ii vaaMed and his son followed th circus On top of this his wife gave birth to triplets He commit ted suicide by the rope and rafter route and the coroner very properly returned a verdict of justifiable homicide Halletsville Herald Tetter SaUItheam and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci tent to these diseases is instantly allayec jy Chamberlains Eye and kin Ointment Many very bad inset save been permanently cored br it It i equally efficient for itching piles and remedy for sore nipples happed hands chilblains frost bite aid chronic sore eyes 25 cts per bos Dr dIg Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad ondition Tonic blood purifier and venn uge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pdt 25 ents per package A Feast for Lawyers At Colorado Springs the fight for the millions of the late Wmfield Scott Stratton began in ElPaso Circuit Court on Dec 291902 Isaac Harry Stratton sole heiratlaw who is contesting the will has an imposing array of legal talent as have also the executors of the will Unconscious From Croup During sudden and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation says A L Spafford postmaster Chester Mich and a dose of One Minute Cough Cure was ad ministered and repeated often It reduced the swelling and inflammation cut the mucus and shortly the child was resting easy and speedily recov ered It cures Coughs colds lagrippe and all throat and lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure health ivin exy gen to the blood 1m Liberty With a String Mrs RAnd you really allow your husband to carry a latchkeyMrs Oh yes I be lieve in being reasonable in such things Besides John knows very well that I will take the key away from him if he ever stays out later than ten oclockChicago American One Hundred Dollars A Box is the varue H A Tisdale Snmmerton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve He eayshI had the piles for 20 ears I tried many doctors and medicines but all failed except De Witts WIth Hazel Salre It cured ine It is a combination of the heal ins properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itch ing and protruding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum andall skin diseases im- Printed stationery is something that every farmer and stock dealer ought to have Every business man uses printedstationery q v e n though he has paper stock on his shelves at about half the cost because he knows the advantage of the prompt re turn of letters not delivered in a reasonable length of time after reaching their destina tion It is also more business like and many times saves the trouble of writing the second letter I At Armstrong Mp Christ mas day five couples were marriedmthone ceremony The brides and bridegrooms foroied a circle around the minister and withclasped hands took thvows They belonged to a matrimonial club and had agreed to be marriedat the same time and by the same minister The orator who appeals to the noble instincts of the son makes fewer converts than the one who appeals to the avarice of the audience There is no sorrow it hav thought more about than that trytore8ChGeorge Eliotl CJ c PiJper 1 Of the Same Mind When it comes to marriage I wouldnt give a thought to how much the man I love is making remarked the dreamy yed girl J Neither would Ianwered the practical damsel What would primarily interest me would be how much he had already made Theres no use taking chances Chicago Post The Lucky Charter Member Uncle Ephrm how did such a notorious old sinner as you ever manage to get into the churchIze of the chahtah members suehvChi c ago Tribune Helping It Along Lady Visitor WJiata hand some man and how kind and gentle he looks Prison Warden Yes ma am Ue isline of the loveli est murderers we have Chicago News The constant wining of the scope of school courses is instanced by the recent intro duI tinI uf elates in garden U t irk eaTing and basket making in the Hyannis Mass normal school and a course in millinery in the Boston public schools A syndicate has Itenrgoni- zed to dg a gr at drainage canal through Northwestern Indiana with the object of reclaiming hundreds of thous ands of acres of swamp lands on the head waters of the Kankakee river An old paintingrepresent ing the apostles recently came to light in Belgium where it was bought for 10 It proved to be a genuine Albert Durer worth 200000 which was stolen from the royal gal lery at Munich some years ago A gigantic shoe trust exists in Russia Nearly all the shoes sold in that country are manufactured by one firm in St Petersburg which is one ofthe mst prosperous stock companies in tile world When the harbor authori ties of Calcutta advertised for bids on locomotives the lowest English biu was 7349 with delivery in nine months the lowest American bid was 5998 delivered in six months That wheat was grown in Alaska a century ago is proved by the discovery of two old flour mills built by the subj jectsof the Czar in the southern part oftheterritory The Newman News reports this of a youngster there We had the minister for din ner yesterday said one Shah replied the other we had a possum Atlanta Con stitution Some folks said Uncle Eben is a good deal like mules Dey uses up enough energy to do a days work standin roun an kickinV Washington Star No death has occured for half a century in the family of a Malton Yorkshire Eng land couple whohave just celebrated their golden wed ding aniversary The city of Clevelandis to get rid of its 134 grade cross ings at a cost of 10000000 Half this expense will be borne by bseven railroads interested and half by the city Buttei will come much quicker sometimes than oth ers due generally to a differ ence in temperature use a thermometer Coal and FeedI We Imvfi added Hay Com and Feed Stuff to our Coal businee oti Aspen Avorn lint arp nrcpnrpd to furnish the citizens of Richmond and proodsinprices W handle hath the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Uive n a call Beattyville Coal Co Mgrrthphoue KodoIDysppsia Digestwhat you eatThis toa contains all 011oodeatiItheDyJtsusenianythousands cured after en jrythin else failed Is unequalled loir the stomach Child ItlrstdosereIl4veL Orsa til k tuMi QooweaItt lebilerfY lJUIfiti I Mrs Hughson of Chicago whose jletter follows is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia E Pinfchams Vegetable Compound DEAR MKS PnsiutI suffered for several with general weakness and bearinffdown pains caused 1 womb trouble My appe tire was fitful and wouhil lie awake for could not sleep until I seemed more weary in the morning than ivben I retired After reading one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia J3 Plukhams Vegetable Compound and I am so glad I did No one can describe the good it did me I took three bottles faithfully and health it drove all disease and poison girL1rsPinkhamsMRS M R Hconsoy 347 East Ohio St Chicago I1L Mrs Pintliam Tells How Ordinary Taslcs Produce Displacements Apparently trifling incidents in womans daily life frequently produce displacements of the womb A slip on the stairs lilting during menstruation standing at a counter running a sewing machine or attending to the most ordinary tasks may result in displacement and a train of seriousevils is started The first indication of such trouble should be the signal for quick action Dont let the condition become chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone More than a million women have regained health by the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- If the slightest trouble appears which you do not understand write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass for her advice and a few timely words from her will show you the right thing to do This advice costs you nothing but it may mean life orhappiness or both ssooo Rotary Shuttle Mrs Lelah Stowell 177 Wellington St Kingston Qnt writes s DEAR MRs PIXKHAM You are indeed a godsend to women and if they all knew what you could do for them there would be no need t of their dragging out nuscrnble lives in agony I suffered for years with bearingdown pains womb trouble nervousness and excruciating head ache but a few bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound made life look newand promising to me I am light and rr t happy and I do not know what sickness i Is and I now enjoy the best of health Ivdia E Pinkhams Vegetable I i l Compound can always be relied upon to restore health to women who thus suffer It is a sovereign cure for forms of female complaints that bearingdown feeling weak Sack falling and displacement of the womb inflammation of the ovaries and all troubles of the uterus or womb It dissolves and expels tumors from the uterus in the early stage of derelopment and checks any tendency to cancer jus humors It subdues excitability nervous prostration and tones up the entire female system Its record of cures is the greatest in the world and should be relied upon with confidence FORFEIT If e cannot rnthtrith produce the orIgiJIAl letteri and flgnitQre of aboro tntimouUIi Yrhkli will prove their absolute cenrnnenel Lydia E Ilnkbam JleUlclno CoM lynn Max STANDARD 7 Sewing Machine sramazn oiw LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES Ili ONE Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mite lock and chain stitch Two machines in one Run an silent as the ticking of ligliterandfeedmachines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAKD with automatic drop bend swell front woodwork and hall bearings In the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also manufact ure sewing machines from S15 up Call on our local dealers and be conviee- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 2t W 7th at Ciucinniti 0 8mo fIQuick Time to the Westand Southwest f Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R Rand the C 0 GRR fIt- On the first ard third Thrf December January Kebrilics and April tickets bothiiround trip will lie igqJi Arkinsi nlra lexaa ztl New i Oklahoma Territori- Iitr rates These tickets are chair car seats free on trains Jf you are going i wNortliwest tak low rates h vJl tlnit4r I ItAr1HOWARD JOtt T i East Forrthi j Caicinnit U Your Old- Kentucky Home- We are not going to tell you theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you nd a better place to make your home than iri 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 1 To tbe IDesl asvi SovAVvmesl Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of earh month up to and including Apcfl 21st 1903 ASK US FOBRATES L J A Geo L P A IrWini Tie Slim h SI a Year =Standard Jnerican AnnnaL and ENCYCLOPEDIA iA Statistical Volume of FacS and Figures Containing Orcr 600 Pages yjR 1100OTOPKSI 1ou 0FACTS SPECIAL FEATURED I InUnlte4StaeI1 Matlorms oi Political fitAI Parties of J902 O rIficer of the Nat a Commitets le Iit ISofatlonPO nso3S I5t xnl- aali matLsw Civil flo tliePhlllp ttipines Q IfcaUotsPdfor Votl St tes Auto b II ttlQ tru r4liUllary aftd Pa t c t l fermatoiJon FOlef n TheIrkulnslndovernrPv3 s PvIp Ex cit32jAIlCt5 ci 1cOZ Il a eltCIsyotryir eoo there Wfl1T1IfOji VutlPui aen1 Ytq4 20 PERCENT OFON STOVES N 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Weboughtcansaveyouthe advance in prices and the freight t WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tireat Majestic Ran r4YouHat fore seeing us Seeing is buying We are sure can give you a better article for less more than one in this or any other to- wnHARtWRE OUR LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Ds Plow only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something t will you to investigate Tin Roofing Gutter and P pairing done promptly by experienced wcvrea Arbuckle Simmon 120 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l A Beautiful Home trls a Womans Dht And our business is to supply the Fln1tnre We can Bhpwyou a lkuw cityPricesOdd Pieces Diningroom Furniture in wax ed oak and weathered finish Urefs and Iron Beds Teakwood Pedestals Taboorets and Tabs Call and examine our haiidsome liueqL Mattings Carpets and Rugs e are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND nlj3My KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR TFIREHaving purchased the 5000 stock of goods cf Burnt Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was it cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PERCENT Less than the originalwholesalePrice These Gccds aretf damaged in the least and these bargains are without a rata n this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everything is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that at being offered and get first pick from this immense stcck GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DO ROWSKY M First St Opposite CourtHouse Ga- teRichmond Ky A After The Rush of the Holiday Tra rf llfI 11 tJesplendtllDinmondn Wstclien Jewelry of all descriptions Kilverware i 0 Cut Glass Clocks etc don We take pleasure in thanking ulr patrons for past favors an nlwaslpReliabk irDalingAottoP Victor BvgaertMANUrACTUftlMG JEW LERtAND IMPORTER Ql E 4APT J LEXINGTON KY ariMt9 eiiMi4 Gaedi fwi VtUnli Bottora rrteel