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F TH 8 RICHMOND CLIMAX IUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21 1903 NUMBER 35 he Racket Store Has laid in a complete stock of new Goods which is now offered to the Cash Trade Every useful article needed in the house can be foundon our shelves We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year and wish all a happy and prosperous new yeans liE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND EY l R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 lyrPhone 85 Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of AInlte Coal 4+ + + +++++ +++ +o+++++++++++ +4 +++ + + + i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i J grate without any attention J+ + + +++ +i+ ++ 4 4 t + ++ +44 +++++ +++ ++ + Autumn Opening Sale ot URNITURELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in i bn Beds Bed Room Suits fling Room and tchen Furniture We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to call make our store their headquarters J We Ml1Jls1fli4 j please Our success depends upon it and feherea sonable prices at which everything useful is offered 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 Q JOPLU oneh165 i 47RICHIVIOND KY U WBvaneJrn Beat This udp Robe of ours if you can ff- d to this price will not secure its il elsewhere This doublefaced rqunllty USH LAP ROBEie of the in our stock This e handsomest line that was ever city All these good possess many at lye features not the least of which heir handsome appearance aud ibtlity tap Robes nt all prices from 150 aids T J Moberley Fcr Rent ur rooms to rant cheap Well 10 Apply to Thurman Grocery U 7f4ItU signature is on every box of the jcaulne Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets lh remedythat currj n COW In one day PorSa1e The National Collection Agency I Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments X1S138 28 AJtWWebberBer3IeyOeorge 112 45 JW Powell Dixon Iryh 223 001 N 0 Brandon Co Dexter Ky3312O- J K Young Son GUizow KrM 44 10 Wm Knepilen Milton KYn j S3 LN Phlppi Mt Sterling Ky 68 2t Ferdinand Bchnbla LoulsvlUe M 09 Robt W Owen LoulnllIr lltPO BJ Darrett Preston Stroad Jefferson county Ky 4 tf S 60 Austin Rockport KyIUSend bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON T a7- my6t lem TO OTJltX JL COLD 1ST OHX CAT Take Laxative Brorao Quinfn4t Tablets All druggists refund tile m ney hit fails to cure E W Groves ignature a OB each box 25 cents ODDEST OF ALL FADS Lovers of the Day Seek to Have Their Pictures on Sweethearts Shoes It Is said that the fashiona ble girl of the present day carries the picture of the man she most loves in hershoeand the secret of her heart may therefore be learned by look ing at her feet There is nothing occult about it Hypnotism metal telepathy and things of that sort arenotcon cerned If the girl is upto date all you have to do is to look at her feet for there you will see the picture of the happy man She wears it in the buckle of her slipper so that the best time to learn the truth is when she is at a dance At a function of the kind in Wis s hiekon recently a half dozen of the girls had their sweetheart at their feet which ac cording to amatory tradition is rightand proper When the miniature fad originated the modish girls were pleased to wear the counterfeit presentments of their sattheirDecks Then theymoved to the belt buckle but it is the prerogative of a woman to change her mind and man is once more lowered Already the new fancy is gaining supporters and many slipper miniatures are being made with the portraits of matinee idols This is for the accommodation of those girls who have not yet suC- ceeded in finding a man to ad mire at close range Magazine Notes Pierpont Morgan is un doubtedly the most fascinating figure before the world to day Mr Morgan His Ad visers and his organization are discussed at length in the January Cosmopolitan by John Brisben Walker who spent ten days between Mr Mor gans and Mr John Mitchells offices in September in tbe attempt to settle the coal strike CpuHouri Said OF Blue Grass Farm T M Lackey etc Puffs against Susie Woods etc Dfts EquityByand Order of Sale of the Mad ison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term there of 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will onWednesdayjan 2i 03 Between the hours of 10 andll 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 locates 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 of A K Lackey de ceased and adjoining W C Fish W O Ogg W O Moore W A Todd Angew Deyono and Luther Fish Said land is divided by said pike into two portions that on the north side of the pike contains 111 acres and dwell ing house thereon That portion on the south side of thepike contains 106 14100 acres with the man sion house The land will first be offer ed separately in the two tracts named and as a whole and will be sold in the manner producing the most money TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12months equally The purchaser will be 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 all the purchase money ispaid y S ESCQTT 7 MCMCC At the same time and place I as administrator of A K Lackey eceascdvilI sell a cooking stove heating stove 2 safes 20 yards of rag car pet 2Tnattings 30 yards each 1 much cow sow and 6 pigs and various other articles T M LACKEY Admr Ia Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts Emulsion JTo get fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great giverThose have lost flesh ytissueSEmulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample pIctureInthe of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409PearIStNY 5Ocsnhj all druggists The Need of HurnanSyinpa thy By Bev1S Blgelow One night in front of the Cincinnati City Hospital a man boarded a car with a large package under his arm The package was covered with a blackshawl There was no seat and the man stood There was some pleasure party on the car and in their funmak ing they gave little notice to the man to his tattered clothes and to his desperate look How anxious would the people have been to give the man their seat if they had known the contents of that dark bundle The manswife was dying in one of the rooms of an old rookery where some men would not keep their cattle but where others have to house their children The mans baby had just died at the hospital He pleaded so piteously that he might be permitted to take the dead body home to his dying wife that the authorities though it was against the rules grant ed his request A reporter found a little pine box in the cellar of the hospital It was this box that the man had wrapped in the shawl as he boarded the car The nurses conItributedfather might gratifythe desire to save the little body that he loved from a paupers burial The little mound was the first foot of Gods earth that the man had ever owned I believe God never made a heart without pity in it I doubt if you can find in a pen itentiary or even on Wall street a man who would not begladto give the man a seat on the car or help pay for his babys grave But what the world needs is men with sound minds as well as land hearts men who can trace the misery of the poor to itssourceinlaw made monopoly and who give effects to their good will by working in practical ways for the abolition of those human institutions which exaggerate the difference between man and man giving some riches that are unearned and crush ing others with poverty that is C undeservedThePilgrimres Cancer Blood Potson Greatest Blood Purifi erFree If your blood is Impure thin diseased hot or lull of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sureSt scrofula erzetna itching ris ings and lump scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botan ic Blood Balm according to directions Soon all sores heal acties and pains stop the blood la made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every erup lion and eivfnir the rich glow of per foct health to thw skin At the same tlmeBB B Improves the digestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kid novfi Just the medicine for old peo ple it gives then new vigorous blood Druggists l jwr large bottle with directions for home cnre San pie free and prepaid by writiBg Blqod Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice aleo sent in sealed letter B B Bis cs pecinllr advised for ehrRicdeep seated ewes of impure blood sad skin dlaeMe and etires after ltelae fails 8 I Low Rates to Southwest Qn the first and third Tues days of each month the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way andround trip tickets at one half the regular rate plus 2 00 to points in Missouri Ar kansas Louisiana and Texas and daysMThis is made for the purpose of in ducing immigration to the Great Southwest It is be lieved by those who have made a study of conditions that no territory on the American Continent offers equal oppor tunities for farming stock raising fruit and truck grow multipliedindustries prosperous towns and cities To the person of limited means desiring a home this section of country offers greater inducements that per haps any place on ear th The exceedinglylow winters long growing seasons enabling two and three crops to be made off the sameground combines a greater number of advantages than may be found elsewhere Any of the following litera ture desrciptiveof thecountry and its recourses along the line of the Cotton Belt Route will be sent free toany parson upon application Homes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Mis souri Arkansas and N W Louisiana Through Texas with a Camera Fortunesin Growing Fruits and Vegetables The Diversier a fruit and truck growers journal- E W LABEAUME GP T A Cotton Belt Route tf St Louis Mo Shoes as Nerve Restorers Eastern travelers say there son there are no nervous women in China is because they wear soft shoes There is no doubt that the hard soled shoes of the western world are the cause of much nerve racking and mental and physical wear and tear After a hard day much re lief can be found in the slip ping on of a pair of soft soled shoesTired feet and tired nerves will find much comfort in a warm footbath with a hand ful of sea salt in it Paddle about in this till the water cools dry the feet carefully with a rough towel and don fresh stockings If one could take time in the middle of the day to change stockings for a fresh pair it would be easier to keep the feet warm and to ward off rheumatism Tender feetmay be strength ened by bathing and then rub bing them with methylated spirits before retiring for the night and another excellent plan is to swathe them with a bandage dipped in alum wa tier A Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself oven when but slightly disordered or over loaded Kodol supplies the natural juices of digettfon and the work Of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol digests what you cat and ena tiles the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich red Wood lm Blackburns Use of Words Senator Blackburn was re cently detected by his colleagues in the net of reading the Presidents message and as he read he chuckled to himself Finally their curiosity became aroused and one of them approached the Sena tor from Kentucky and asked for the joke Ithas just occured tome solemnly observed the Sena tor that Mr Roosevelts English does not coruscate with the pyrotechnic scintilla tions of obsolenseentlingudsi ty which so extensively illumi iiated the lucubrations and ululations of President Cleve land Exchange largest Mule in Kentucky We saw mentioned in the news that some parties in Kentucky had claimed owner ship of what was thought to fte the largest mule in the tate Mr Bruno Berry living near Red Mills has a taule eight 3 ears old which is jjeventeen hands and one inch mgh and tipped the scales it 1850 pounds He also has a hog eighteen months old tiat will Weigh 650 pounds I esides others that wIll weigh PO Elizabcthtowi News Poultry Pointers Early hatched pullets make the best winter layers One of the most beneficial foods for poultry is linseed mealThe laying hens like a va riety not only in the soft food but in the grain The guinea fowl is a great forager and destroys many in sects that hens will not touch The hens will lay better and be better eon tented ifsup plied with a box of fine dry earth for a dust bath The Leghorns are popular with those who do not desire to rais chicks they being nonsetters and good layers Pomtry farming dosent take a great deal of land but with good management the the harvest comes every day In arranging the perches in the poultry house have them far enough away from thedoors and windows toavoid drafts Soaked lime placed in the drinking water will often cure hens of laying shellless eggs unless it is a disease of the egg passage as is sometimes the case St Louis Getting Nearer The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern hiss again reduced the running time of its trains between Cincinnati and St Louis and are now making the run from Cincinnati to the Worlds Fair city in eight and one half hours This company now boasts of having one of the lines roadbeds in the Wet and within the past three years has spent millions of dollars in improv ments Three trainu leave Cincinnati dally 900am 900pm and 255am hiJChbacking room sleepers observation parlor cars and companys own dining cars Meals are served in dining cars on aha pricesTheern trains connect in Union Station St CityOmahaall points in the Weut Southwest and NorthwestInformation regarding rates sleep ing and parlor car reservation will be cheerfully given by addressing O P McOAKTY General Passenger Agent tf Cincinnati Ohio Arrested in the Pulpit The Rev W R Cassada a noted mountain revivalist was arrested in the pulpit at Mt Zion Baptist church near Somerset Friday afternoon Marshal J A Coleman went to the church with a warrant chargingthe Rev Cassada with selling whisky illegallyand tapping him on the shoulder in the pulpit demanded him to setreader justas the preacher was announcing Hymn 37 Nearer My God to Thee At the time of the arrest there were nine mourners at the bench and 13 conversions had alreadytakenplace Marshal Coleman is criticised by many people for not waiting until the services was ended to serve the warrant New Version of Mary Mary hadalittle lamb that time has passed away No lamb could follow up the gait that Mary goes today For now she glides on steelshod heels in skirts too short by half no lambkin shares her icy flight butyou can see her calf But who is there that can complain or cry in woe Alas so long as Marys calfs all right the lamb can go to grass So all the men delight to gaze their joy is not asham for whiletheother critters out they have no use for lambMt Carmel Ill RegisterThe heads of every nation The rich men poor men and misers All join in paying tribute to DeWitts Little Varly Risers H Williams Sail Antonio Texas writes Little Earl TJiser Pills are the best I ever used in my family 1 unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cure constipation billiousneps sick headache Torpid liver malaria and liver troubles lm Smallest People in the World The inhabitants of the An daman islands are the small est raceof people in the world The average height of a full grown Andaman is 4 feet 5 inches and fee weigh over seventysix pounds They are marvelouslyiswift of foot and as they simejti themselves over with a mixture of oil and red ocher pre ent a very strange appearance Eew travelers care to encounter- any of these t llicose little people for their tskill in throwing the spear nd in using the bow is only equaled by their r ineto attack strangers L ITS NO JOKE BUSY BEE GASH STORE Will move from the corner to the new Main Street Store op posite the Court House Monday Dec 29 and from now until then we will sell everything in the entire store at prices never before heard of in old Richmond We dont want to move a single article that Low Prices will sell andgoods in every depar t ment have been marked down untill former prices have been entirely lost sight of DepartmentI1li8 laD just been received nnlJlaced on sale Iaavlng been bought recently at greatly reduced prices Sslect your Cloak before the lot if picked over Overcoats and Heavy Clothing have felt the keen edge of relentless cold steel andour prices on every fiarment in our Clothing Department have been theylutistBOOTS AND SHOES ofmoneyhave the have the cash than to move them yourwagonsWillbeSaughteredinthjsSaler Ihls Sale will 0 seGurWe are very respectfully WD OLDHAMcoBUSY BEE CASH STORE GEESE WANIED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeonsJHNEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter things in life are being jilted by a girl end a dose of quinine rTH- ELexington i t Democratv d is THE ONLYII t DAILY- Democratici Paper j t PUBLISHED IN THE tBlue Grass Region It Is especially devoted to the Interest ot the Cemocrat ic party and lye all the news wit vcr Subscription Price 500 a Year ItCents a Week by Carrier C It W P WALTON J b EDITOR AND MGRJ c Lexington Kentucky I Mrs Laura S Webb VleePraldent Woman Demo cratic Clnlw of Northern Ohio I dreaded the change of lire which was fast Approaching I noticed Wine of and to try a bot tie I experienced tome relief the lint month so I kept on tking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It off and on now until I have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off Theyfollow awoman to the change not wait but take of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wine ot Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any Wine of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ger When you come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter mean more to you than it does now But may now avoid the suffering she endured sts sell 1 bottles of Wine of Car- duiNE0FCARDUI MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys i iim SKINS9itt1 For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening O- fPmll Sui7tz7ngs Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opaned in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We belowforeingn Stouffer Mahler TAILORS departmentLosisie italic lulroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or veraalllesLawrenceburgishel1805 am MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMamCincinnati AlCr m pmFromC IT DROWNiNG Oen Mgr KyRRichmond Kjr Low Rates on Rock IsUirf Fadflc Railway and the C OiG Railway On the first and third Tuesdays of November December January February March and April tickets both one way and round trip will be sold to points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska New Mexico and Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories at groatly reduced rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vesti bnled trains If you are going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage of these very low rates For rates routes and time tables rail on your nearest ticket agent or ad dress G ft BACON D P A HoWAnn JOIIT T PA No 88 East Fourth St tf Cincinnati O +++CALL AT+++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating cle rs Genuine Saratopi Water Kept on Tap ssssssssss Phone 3 Second St rGas Reduction About one year ago this company IltebItpresentyeara discount of 25o per 1000 feeL on illu afterDeclprice ofnas from 200 to Sl75 giventhatthls payhismonth at the office or who ia indebted to the company for water All delin paytheception RICHMOND WATER Respectfully LIGHT Co Nov 27 hiM decH tf THE RIM UDA Tar E I he Richmond Climax 4 O CHBNATJLT President D MILLER Managur HOBTSCBOWE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 21 1903 rOBMSHKUXVCBY WIDSBSDA BT- BTh Climax Printing Go Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County I oft COMMON AEALTIIS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamloe County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Tlnnounccmcnts Wears authorized toannounce FT PER KINdoi Baldwi a candidate for Jailer of iladlaon county subject to the action of the Uwnocratlc pirty THE brightsfrosty weather of the past few days has spooled to put new life into h itnauitjr causing man to L op with more activity Thea l still speaks most forcibly oC winter and there is no at m sphere the holiday season lingeringabout us yet On th other hand summer with it sunshine and roses is not s far off but that we catch ni occasional glimpse of her here and there She is send ing her forerunners already fur in the shop window nestled close beside the stately furs of the winter season one sees now the dainty pale fab ri s laces and embroiders t ab so tempt the feminine e e Never in all the history of dame fashion has there h en such a bewitching come bination of colors and fabrics Th 3 styles for the approaching spring and summer sea s a are such as to suit all peo Pie V CLERGYMAN testifying recently in London before the A Sen Immigration Commis si MI gave some idea of the wiy foreigners live in that city He told of people who rented by the day nnd ofpeople who rented thesamerooms forth night He said atoneof his ch rches two hundred children wore asked where they lived awl itwas found that all except ing seven lived in oneroom h uses and all but twelve in single furnished rooms so that tl cy werepractically homeless Ho had a recent census taken in one or two courts In one there were two houses fifty Oiie rooms nearly all eight by nine feet and 254 people He had seen four men and six wo men sleeping in one room This is a type of whom the people of the United States cnn very well get along with outFor men and women men tally and physically in good condition there isalways room aJ a welcomeW NEVO fiddled while Rome litirnd and Congress splits cKilUiriff hairs while thepe- cpLereezeLouisville Times CJBrowerCOIj LEXINGTON KY h ClearanceSale tAt no time and under no consideration has it been our good fortune to offer to the buying public anything to equal the bargains in fc Carpets Draperies Furniture Wall Paper Wood Mantels I weare offering in this SaletDont overlook This opportunity r rht FFBt erC J t UN AND Ky i A LEADING farmer of Wood ford county who has been a farmer all his life and cultivates 500 acres of land has arranged to quit farming March 1 and gives us his reason the increasing diffiul tyalmost possibilityof employing labor to cultivate his crops This is a problem which is daily becomingof more serious concern to nearly all the farmers of this section In Woodford as elsewhere farm work consists almosten tirely of negroes In the past year scores of the most em- cient colored farm hands have migrated to the Virginias and Tennessee to work in coal mines and on railroad con structions while others have gone to Indianapolis the so called Negros Heaven Of the negroes left a very considerable number prefer alife of ease and comparative idleness in town however scant the living to work in the country and decline to engage in the latter As a result of these conditions the farmers are up against a pretty diffi cult question Some time ago several Mercer farmers got together and had about concluded to import Japanese labor but since we have heard nothing of the matter Har rodsburg Herald The same difficulty con fronts the housewives of nearly every locality It is be coming almost impossible to secure the help of a negro wo man especially one to cook The oldtime darkies are fast passing away Young ne groes of today arenot being taught the domestic arts of their ancestors but instead are being educated atour pub lie schools for colored chil dren while some it is true are doing nothing but loitering ind growing up in idleness It dosent seem such a hard matter to obtain the services of a nurseorevena house girl for in either case the duties are not quite so confining and they can have more time for street promenading etc In a few years our housekeepers will be found doing their own work as our northern sisters do now Unless agreatreform can be instituted and some thing can be done To show the colored population just how much of their living depends on the white people Probably- if such an awakening can ever beacconiplished we will have less trouble 1I securing cooks Just now however the ques tion of domestic hire is most appalling GREAT interest is being taken by Kentucky tobacco growers in the display of leaf tobacco which will be made at the St Louis Exposition in 1904 Every section of this State no doubt will have an exhibit There are in all 15 men on this committee and they are all strong work ers for this particular branch Every variety of leaf tobacco will be shown and Mr Camp bell the Chairman of the Committee says that Kentucky shall have the finestexhibitof leaf tobacco ever shown to the world Xt took Congress just about thirty minutes to fly tothere lief of the tea importers and save them about 7000000 Hut Congress still manifests no disposition tofly run walk crawl or skip to the relief of a people daily being robbed and harrassed by a lot of im pudent trusts Congress has not forgotton the interests that eleeeted it Bryan in the Commoner TAYLOR sajs heis not wor ned over anything emanating from Frankfort The coward ly procurer of assassination- is only whistlivg to keep his courage up Everything that emanates from Frankfortsend a cold chill down his spinal column and gives him chok ing sensation Lexington Democrat A vigorous fight is being made by Govenor Otero and others to get the Territory of New Mexico admitted into the Union of States STATI OF OHIO CITY or 1OL1 LUCAS CoUNTYsaFBAKK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of FJCheney Co business in the city ol Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each iind canfe of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure I SflANICJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv presence this GUI day of Decem ber JL D 1880 cr A W GLEASON 18EAI Notary Public Halls Catarrh Care is taken inter nallynndacts directly on the blood inthions surfacEs of the system Send f r testimonials free 0SMC JI ii A TEXAS WONDER gilLs GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak nnd lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and womon regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used ona bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ponnds when Ibegan usine it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend itto the public Respectfully 7jan ly Jons A RIDDEL THE stockholders of the Sun Life Insurance Co of Lquisville which was forced out of business about a month ago on account of high taxes received a dividend of two hundred per cent Saturday and all the business is not settled yet It is thought that the stockholders will get at least 500 per share To a disinterested party it looks like the Sun Life was a fair investment for a busted concern PRES JOHN wSpRiNGERof the National Live Stock Asso ciation wants the stock pro ducers to establish an inde pendant packing concern to oppose the projected merger of the packing concerns of Chicago Kansas City St JosephSioux CityOmahaand Fort worth Speaking of his plans and reason for execut ing them President Springer saidNever before was such an unholy combination attempted Not content with amass ing colossal fortunes in the past two decades from the stockraisers of the West thes same packers noV blosssom out as wouldbe dictators The stockmen of the United States have over workingeapitalIf build packing plants of your own kill your own stock market the product and un dersell any packing house combined We have men out side this charmed circle who have money brains and energy and with these three they also have hearts left in theirphysi cal anatomy Let us pro nounce sentence that if this merger is consummated it can operate its 500000000 mer ger without hogs for we own the raw material and we will anypackinghouse A FEW FACTS About The Worlds Fair at St Louis in 1904 The Louisiana Purchase Exposition the Worlds Fair will commemorate the centennial of the purchase of the great Louisiana Territory by theUnited State from France and will be by far the greatest international event of this character within the worlds history It will cover 1200 acres of land have 300 acres of exhibit space and will cost approximately 4000000000 All Nations States Territories Prov inces and Colonies will participate and present in highlyclassified arrangement theachievements of modern civilization in the arts sciences and industries Dedication of the grounds and build ngs v111 be held with fitting ceremony April 30 1003 the centennial anniver sary of the purchase Exposition will open one year later The price paid for the Louisiana Ter ritory was 15COO000 and the laud ac quired was about one million square miles more than doubling the area of the United States at that time Total funds for the Worlds Fair to date including the State and Government appropriations 20000000 United States Governments appro priatiOns 5000000 for general fund 550000 for building 800000 for ex hibits 40000 for Indian exhibit 8000 for lifesaving station 250000 for Phil ippine exhibit City of St Louis appropriated 5000 000 and citizens of St Louis subscribed 5000000 i State of Missouri appropriated 1000000 Balance of money appropriated by other various Slates and Territories Main group of Worlds Fair Build logs arranged in the form of a fan the art palaces forming the apex at the southwest large exhibit buildings ill be fifteen in number main entrance to be upon the Grand Avenue at the northeast corner of the grounds The administration of the affairs of exposition is in the hand of ninety three directors Important features will be The air ship tournament in which prizes to the amount ofirO 000 will be awarded the series of international congresses in whlchdiBtiniuisbed savants from all parts of the world will participate the great horse show upon fashionable lines the dairy test the athletic events etc Tne Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be nearly twice as large aa any former exposition and will show the life and activity of the nations of the world BL Louie city of the expositionfourth city in population in the United States was unanimously chosen as the place for holding the Worlds Fair by u con versation of delegates appointed by the Governors of S and Territories within thooriginaj purchase The Louisville JlendersoaStLoHi8 Railway is the Worlds Fair line from Louisville OWeoroat Kaatockj nouita li RELIGIOUS Rev J IL Butter of Shelbyvllle filled the pulpit of the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening1 Uncle Joe Hopper the well known Presbyterian Evangelist and wife recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary 01 their marriage at their home in Perryvllle The Epworth League of the Methodist church held a most interesting meeting Sunday evening from 6 to 7 oclock The League now has about thirty members and the work promi ses to be very earnest and much en joyedDean Baker PLee of Lexingtonhaa been called to head a very wealthy and prominent New York congregation Eld Lloyd Darsia has resigned as pastor of the Paris Christian Cnurch to accept the care of a large church in Chicago MATRIMONIALIIISLEGINTEEToday E church South at College Hill Mr John Hisle Jr and Miss Eva Ginter will be united in marriage The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs George Ginter of College lull while the groom is a son of Mr and Mrs John Hisle is a young farmer of Cal rast neighborhood May much happi ness be theirs in this life STAQNERBENTON On last Wednes day night Dr G W Stagner and Miss Fannie Mize Benton both of Irvine were narried at the home of Rev U G Foote in Lexington The bride is a daughter of Judge W B Benton of Irvine while the groom is a son of the late Squire Thomas Stagner of this county The happy couple will make their home at Afton Indian Terntory The CLIMAY extends congratulations MEitsiioNHAiE Mr Joseph Mer shon and Miss Ida Hale of Stanford were married last week in Danville The groom who is a popular conduc tor on the L and N is a resident of Louiisvllle though his parents reside in Stanford He is related to Mr John Mcrshon of this city while a sister Miss Nellie Mershon graduated from Caldwell High School His bride is prominent in Stanford society OAnnoLLDuNcANMr Arthur Carroll and Miss Annie Duncan of Spears were married teat week at Hamilton College in Lexington leaving imme diately after the ceremony for Cincir nati Miss Duncan is well known here being a daughter of Mr Wink Duncan who resided here for years She is a most attractive young lady a graduate ot Madison Institute and is very popular with a large circle of friends The CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations to Mr and Mrs Carroll and wishing them much happiness in their journey through life BIRTHS McCoY To the wife of Mr James H McCoy a fine gi- rlDIATI1S PAXTOX Mrs Mary Paxton died at Platte City Missouri on January 9th 1003 in the 81th year of her age De coised wa a sister of the late Dr Ezekiel Forman and will be remembered bv some of our older citizens In some unaccountable way the fol lowing notico which was written for last week was overlooked so we publish it tedayIOn Monday at his home in this city Mr John Templeman passed away at the age of 53 years This death was due to pneumonia Hs remains were taken to Carlisle for interment where he has three brothers and one sister living Deceased leaves a widow and two grown children Mr Claude and Miss Stella Templeman to mourn his loss To these we extend our deepest sympathy ELLIS The community was very much saddened on Monday morning to learn of the death of MrsThomas Ellis at her home on Second street In her passing away Richmond loses one of her oldest and most respected citizenr She was a n most estimable woman belonging to the old school a true noble type of womanhood that is a wnrtiiv example Mrs Ellis who was about SO years old was before her marriage Miss Julia Hume being the daughter of Mr and Mrs Stanton Hume ot this countywhere she has numerous rela tivesShe has been a most faithful member of the old Baptist church for long years Mrs Ellis id survived by her aged husband and three daughters Mrs J A Higgins Mrs Mollie Daniel and Miss Sallie Ellis to all of whom the sympathy of the entire community is extended Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 oclock at the residence thence her burial in our City of the Lord- PIIILLIPSMr George M Phillips of Knoxville died in this city Sunday night of typhoid lever Mr Phillips was a traveling salesman for the clothing firm of Gillispie Sbeilds Co and was well known here having visited the town each month forseveral years He was taken ill shortly after his arrival two weeks ago and his condition was considered critical from the first His wife mother and brotherof Knoxville were summoned and were with him to the end Mr Phillips was thirty six years of age and was one of the most popular men on the road The remains were taken to Knoxville for burial Monday BALLABD He has called his last Aboard and has himself become a passenger into the Great Bus of Eter nity for MrJ Leonard Ballard is no more having passed from his earthly care and suffering on Monday evening about 780 oclock His illness dates back over many months In fact he had been in poor health fQr a number of years but still kept on with his duties until several months ago when he was compelled to give up since which time he has been confined to his bedalmost constantly His death was due to Brights Disease Mr Ballard was for long years the popular and accommodating busman known and liked by a great mass of tho traveling public a perfect gentleman at all times quiet and unassuming in his way Deceasedwho was 61 yejrs of age was a son of Tiberius Ballardand was born in this county His wife who preceded him to the grave fourteen years was before marriage a Miss Newland of Kingston He is survived by an only brother Mr flustonBallard who resides in Florida and who ar rived yesterday to be present at the last sad rites The burial will occur this mor iD cemettery Mr was a nephew of P P Ballard ana had many rela fives ia this county Peace be to Me k OT1 O is directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or del business of this firm has growh to such propor tions that we are now making a specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to pleajie our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be procured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys J ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the martetiaffords Give us a trial and we will prove eeriLy to serve you promptly and reliablyI Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky t+++++H++t1 l SPECIAL I+ Stringless beans and canned pump kin at Frnza Cros Sacond street phone 165 Patronize home industry by buying the Big lull Coal Cos coal Letcher Witt agents Aleo best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m 150000 hard brick for sale at 8 per thousand by D C Wiggins Bro Inquire at New Opera House or grocery on Irvine street ocl29tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 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 par ticulars to R K Kellty Baird build lug Kansas City Mo and see what he will give you for it 1 mo R K KELLEY Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remem brances from our stock we cant give a list of the things w j have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L E Lane Stops tho Cough and Works o2 the Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no py Price 25 cents Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this office anti paying charges tr Solid Silverware Solid silver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf LE Lane tor Rent Residence on Lancaster Avenue six rooms with bath room Good pta ble and garden Apply to dec3 tf George D Simmons Loit 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 a store house and dwelling attached located ii Estill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 26 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 Mundy farm said farm lies in the South East part of Madison county and is in two miles of Kingston Kentucky Said place embraces 427 acres about 300 in rass and the other in cultiva tion ana has a good house and out building and a tenant house and it wen watered having ono of the best springs in the connty 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 gt a bargain Ifnot sold said place will be for rent during 1903 For particulars apply taR BiCrooke Richmond Kentucky or to the undersigned at Crab Orchardd Kentucky 2t R A Bronaugh Impiored ring Foaf Lexington society people who are lovers of ping pong will be interested to lean that a Fayette county fanner residing near Athens is the inventor of a new game which he calls Im proved Ping Pong Says an exchange It is to be played on the farm in the fall of the year The player sets up at four oclock in the morning milk the CJWB feeds the hogs and horses eats breakfast hitches a team to a wagon stoat the size of a box car and starts for the cornfield Here is whore your ping pong comes in Yov grab a big ear of corn in thin left hand and Kith the right hand and a contraption of some kind you yank the shucks oil the corn and throw the oar in the wagon When the ear of corn strikes the throw board it goes ping and it then hits the bottom of the wagon and sounds pong making a very interesting game of about 2 per barrel From Cash Graves Editor Climax Will you please allow ihe space in the columns of your paper to thank the noble hearted people of Richmond for justbienspreads its silver sprays upn the earth andwhile my little famity is circled around the hearthstone w tdo sincerely join together and wish we could find words to express our heartfelt gratitude but words fail us May Hhwho rules Jourlivesland and I will promise yoi that you never shall regret this spf jcial favor May the hand of Providence drawnearll and furbish my path that be an obedient citizen r Yours to plellse CASH MlGiuvES Land andStock Stales t Sam Phelps Jr touglji of John 4Jf1centsit 4 cts Ward Lutes of in the city last webk LexinlotontdS pur chased a carload ones which were shipped to AtlaiSa Saturday o BEREA From the Citizen J 0 Sharp R E Preston John Huff and W T Mehafley were iu Rich mond Monday on business Mrs Spicy Baxter has sold three hundred and sixtyseven acres on land on Bill Hill to B rea College Miss Edith M Fuirchild left this week for Rogersville Tenn where she lies a position in a girls school The registration of pupils for this term has already passed the seven hun dred and fifty mark and still they come I1rof J M Literal formerly super intendent of Schools in Greennp county Ky lisa been added to Bereas corps of teachers FreE Literal received Ills education at State College Lexington and at a normal school in Southern Indiana being a graduate of the latter school At the instigation of some of our most progressive students two companies of cadets have been organized United States army regulations have been adopted as far a practical C D Lewis and J M Literal both experienced drill men are captains S U Muccey and Steve Gabbard are lieutenants YMCANotes The mens meeting Sunday will bi led by Mr R E Turley The subject will bo A Christians Home Life An effort is made to hare these meetings as practical as possible The attendance at the meetings and rooms is much better than a year ago The association is more Appreciated than ever An announcement in detail of some helpful educational features for tile members will be made next week Arrangements are being made with Berea College to have one ot their traveling libraries at each oi the asso ciation i nlhe county The books will be circulated to members and will be a very helpful feature of the association workEfforts are being made to have the state conventfon at Lexington one of host ever held in the state Madison county is entitled to twentyfive delegates and it is hoped that the full number will go The convention time ia Feb 12 to 15 PAINT LICK There have been some men in from the mountains looking for farms around here Mr Mike Noe bought a tract of land from thin Schooler heirs The Paint Lick hotel under the man agementQf Mr I B Arnold is flour ishing They have more applications for board than they can accommodate Mr and Mrs n G Kilgore of Dallas Texas are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter on the 12 inst christened Jennie Parks Kilgore Misses Jennie Kavanaugh and Jennie Higgins are visiting Mrs L Francis Mrs J C Higgins is visititig her son J F Higgins at Manse Miss Minnie Woods of Stanrord will be up to attend the Noel Woods wed ding which will take place Wednesday at the home of Mr Hiatt Mrs William Anderson and Miss Bet tie Francis are visiting Mrs J S Robin son iu Lancaster Miss Mary Lear is confined to her room withrheumatism Will Tudor is suffering with a rising on his cad- Robert Tudor our Telegraph operator is going to Barbourville having salarySuccess Lost A small table cover overcast with redscallops Leave with MollyMiller colored B Street and get reward PATTY CRAIG One Year Ola On Friday January ICtt the Richmond Young Mens Christian Association passed its first anniversary The work done during the past year has been most encouraging There are now 141 members enrolled and the associa tion has nice comfortable rooms where the members may go and find rest and if they desire can read as the room is filled with good suitable reading matter justbeginningbe doubled and the interest will be greatly increased and great good will result here and In the county The Y M C A is a noble organization THE Belgian Hare industry out of which many had plan ned to make fortunes has proved a failure in this coun try The original hare farm inIndiana has been abandpned as the owners saw no profit ip sight RON JOHN W YERKES deit nies the statement made re cently that hewill be a candi date for the Republican nomi nationfor governor For Itent The old Simmons residence and two nnd onehalf acres of land on the Irivne tIke For particulars call on tf E BEBRY Hie Clim and Courier Journal 125 a year REPRESENATIVE Thomas H Tohgae of Oregon died stud denly in Washington Sunday iit r S LUCILE PETTKMS 6 This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before han We shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now placf Jt fore your critical view It is a much larger and stronger aggregation than lus ever graced our racks besides embracing a greater number of genuin Novelties and Fetchy Effects But the pretty part of these pretty goods is t prettiness ofthe prIces our figures being guaranteed to show a lower an Jr by from 15 to 35 per cent than those quoted by other houses for exactly trsame good s kET DUR DWN EYES BE THE JUDGE OWE McKEE I Cot Main and First RIClflYlOND KENTUCKY JI LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in 1 front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting UnionSuits 49 cents Childrens Misses Boys Union Suits 25 and49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Jns Brookshire sold one work mule to S A Deatherage for 85 W 0 Itiggerstntf and family have moved to a farm near Richmond Mr and Mrs Jas Bro kshiro will shortly visit the latters father E G Baxter Claud Hill of Richmond spent Sun day with his patents Mr and Mrs James Hill Mr and Mrs Eugene Land of Lex ington and Miss Emma Duncan of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Jas Brooksiiire lrof J T Wash resumed his school last Monday with a full attendance lie will teach two months One month of the school will be free to ever child of school age in the district W F Wolf who has acted in the threefold capacity of railroad express ngent and telegraph operator for nearly three years at this palce leaves today for Nicholasville where he will have charge of the L A passenger and freight business at that place Mr Vandever will succeed Mr Wolf as agent and we bespeak for him a cordial reception by our peopleIDr Hobson dentist next to Government building tf RichmondJKy wI On Friday Dec 26 one mans sad die new made by Harbison Gathright Louisville No 413 on the Union City pilto near Wm Jetts Liberal reward for same if returned to J C WEST tf Doylesville Ky Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and FcedStuil to our Coal business on Atpen 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 anti Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co MgrTelephone S h I UNION SUITS OWEN McKEE Dissolution Not ice The firm of Duncan Parrish has by mutual consent been 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 arerequestedto 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 4t JAS S CRUTCER Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments of all kinds and at all prices are a feature of our stock tf LELa- nePublic Renting OF BtUE GRA FARM As Agent for Mrs Jas W Smith I will on Saturday Jan 303t at 11 oclock on the premises 9 miles north of Richmond Ky on the Stony Run pike rent to the highest bidder for the year 1903 a tract of land known as the Carr place con goodBlueand splendid grazing land- TERMsApproved note payable January 1 1904 with out interestHarvey Chenault Agt T D Chenault Auct Walters CollegiateInstitute Second Session Begins Jan 5 1903 Proper provisions w made for pupils wit 11 enter most advantag ly at this time For terms ets Jas T Barrettt 0 Principa New Orleans and Mobi- leFebruary 1 82 One Fare for Round Trip via n1U6SH Tickets on sale February inclusive Good returi28 inclusive Ask tiik f n r J about xtention liutit i w ST Swift PTALRIXT j Most Beautiful Line of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayedin Richmond can now be found at my store Tffe i The Best J and most up to date rnaiktin the United States have been sought with the result that today no Dry Goods House in Central Ky can out c ssour vast myhueThe Millinery Department is in every particular first cJaS hand S you can see the beautiful al1tles- by calling at my store Give me a c going elsewhere r iii 3 SMITHS I II jII q d I for Ae adof the Watch I Kentucky Carriage Ic Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE FRESH Groceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet Flourr- lieRiclinioiid Climax ffirNEsDAY JAN 21 1903 K rasfor rent apply Mrs Sallie tari sep 10if Ild fail to see the minstrels to u t 5v girl a shower stick L E Lane 0 iss beans ami canneil pump 1 ar iI izi Bros Second street phone Mr Bnrrell Million one of our tiifiil and eflktmt compositors ia to his home with mumps lirst social meeting of the 7 League will be held at the re of Rev II G Turner on- Cl evening 1J Shackelford Co agents for I Air tight stoves lit Bill Baileys Original I os will be the attraction at the This is an organization of 40 and carries its own band and r ra i Missionary Society of the First jUTian church will meet this tr instead of last week as we c d it A very lull atteLdanc- ess i many friends of Mr W E Sr will to learn of his serious L at his home on the Tates Creek ie mile from town Consldera hensiou is felt by his family APiisboro will be the scene of the Sttl Fair to be held in Septem i Vmsiderable bidding has been Lexington ami Louisville buts s iriation finally decided on ro SJ ir in your jewelry taste We fa fyit tf L E Lane Mrs Elizabeth Crowe who fell a on the ICY pavement and a iior hip is doing nicely and ii as comfortably as could be ex L Her many friends hope for a rrci very v iit is the matter that we cant a i p metal on the streets and If up some of the holes where aWi UJhmg but mud and also pre c streets front becoming such i as metal will cause the streets 7r iucli quicker i IMAX and CourierJournal par fur S12 rids propoi h good until the evening of I 2 Those who havo not taken of this great oiler should do- as thIs opportunity will not cd again this year Samples f i MAX and CotirierJouinal L Eat ItIuy address on applica iiiigtie past few weeks the I s had a remarkable run on jions On account of the re a it r offer TheCuMAX and Cour- uiFnal boh one year for 125 vc added many new names to ours aIa large number of the new nb jjrrs are people who have neve k a county j aper The Ci mAX- I o make ninny improvements Sr i the present j ear anti those de Ir i a iirstclass paper should tak- dVltage of the combination offer it is to late WOrks HIGGINS POPR Go to the minstrel and enjoy a good laugh Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 declO 2n Dan H Ureck Fire Life and Ac bnhldingJan214t pricebearsU LE Lane canningfactorygauized with a capital stock ot 510000 The many friends of Mrs James Smith will regret to learn of her serious illness ai her home near White Hall Dr T J Taylor has moved into one of ttie handsome new offices in the Oldham building opposite the Court House Little Miss Marguerite Dykes who is ill with scarlet fever Is reported as doing nicely which is gratifying news to her friends Mr Lymnn Parrish has been confined to his bead for several dayn with a very severe attack ot acute indiges tion but is now abe to be out Black leg has caused much loss among cattle near Versailles and the State Board of Health hat ordered that cattle in the Infected district be vaccina ted Mr Littleton Rice clerk at Rana korti drug store was painfully tmrned Tuesday by iodine getting in his eye Cynthiana Times Mr Rice is formerly of this place where he will be remembered although when here he was a mere lad attending Caldwell High School Rev S W Crutcher has sent us word to change his CLIMAX from Har risonville Missouri to Lamar He says further that he cant get along without the CLIMAX that it seems like a long letter from home Rev Crutcher is a brother of Mr W S Crutcher this city Everpbody come to the New Opera House Jan 29th Thursday you will toe the funniest show ever In our city This is the shcw You cant afford to miss it Miss Sadie Raymond takes the leading part The Missouri Girl Prices 25 35 and 50 cents After two years of fighting John C Montgomery has finally ousted Mat tie Boyd from the postmastershlp at Centerville Bourbon county If he had devoted such energy to a more worthy end than to take away the only sup of a legless woman Le might now be well on his way to fortuneInterior Journal New Book Keeper The Singer Sewing Machine Com panv has employed the services of Miss Annie Engles as bookkeeper As Ipiea to Cnty Mr M H Williams of this city has been assigned to duty as ganger at the Bogie distillery atTeatersvllleGarrard county Corm Wanted Wo wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BUBSAM BENNETT Bno Pension Agent Here Mr K L Burnett special pension agent was in the city last week looking up the records for several colored claimants in the county For Sale Three good jacks ages from one to eight years for sale privately For particulars call on or address DILLARD BERBVUAN Brassfield Ky Dangerous Needle William Shanks small son of Samnel Shanks of Danville was seriously in jured by sticking a darning needle through his leg near the knee Amputation may be necessaryLost A Knights Templar sword and scab bard with the name of R R Bnrnam engraved on the blade ofsword Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned- tf It R Burnam The Climax and Courier Journal one year for 125 9 1rItj C E Deatherage Co We Are Ready f1ior the tiewyears business aJlarger stock than ever before We areJ determined lo do tJ More Business in the year 1903 than we have ever donef tJbefore We have everything f Line and at prices that will I suit youtJA Car Load ItofcannedgooB usfrreceived Dried FruisrIm l j Oranges Candies etc We Think Our Friends for their patronageaurin the past year l hope a of same dur 11an the coming year Nov is the time to buy jour garden and field Seeds If- fJ We buy Seeds by the car Idad ii E Deatherage CoLJ S ut o A Christmas Thought ++Enrroii CLIMAX Enclosed you will fint some poor rhymes which it round worthy a place In the columns of the dear old Richmond Climax L should refugeIa column or two for the old standard bearer but being forced to toll at drudgery in the dusty noisy halt of a handle factory I am too weary of brain and hand topen mothehorizona familiar poem StrivingTrith poverty patient pain Only to live till summer anaiu peaimpsJoseph Desha Plckett the grand old veteran who loved the wliolw world and gave so much of his noble life to the alleviatiou of snlEerlnjc and sorrow among his fellow men It was a surprise to uio bud iloubt less will be to others when read weeklTdropsforever and a day Your friend Clay City Ky Jan 18 1003 DUUBLEIT WHITE A Christmas Thought recitedlyMissChurch Clay City Ky Tonight of all the year thats Sown The rich and poor and great May meet upon a common plane Forgetting casto and state Forgetting all that chills the soul Cold pride and strife and hate Tonight the heart of him who tolls Is light as ercilned kings And rank and wealth and titles grand Are naught but empty things Which count no more than beggars store Tonight all men are kings Tonight the child of pinching want Though clad rags of pain May equal stand beside the child Of fortune in lifes main And bless the name of Him who died That all might live again Some nineteen hundred years ago In Jndeas distant land Wall born a son whose mission is To rescue fallen man To fill with peace and Joy and love Lifes brief and fleeting span So drop tonight thy burden down All cankering cares forego For tis a time of all the year When high and great and low May hail the natal day of Him From whom all blessings flowI acceptIeela rary an- a cotnmiitte has been appointed to select a suitable building lot and to report on the cost of same horn California Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill received a present of a bbx of grapes and a case of wine from A L Kirby of Fresno Call foruiat last week Mr Terrill allowed his most intimate friends to sample the wine and all pronounced it A J Will Have Water At a depth of 1100 feet the Lancaster water Company struck water in sutllcient quantities it is thought to amply supply tile town The drillers have been at work several months and have met with many accidents and discouragements so that there was gen eral rejoicing when water was reached Removed to Winchester Mr Herbert Scrivener who has been for a number of years one of our most successful farmers has removed his family to Winchester to reside Mr Scrivener purchased MrCharlie Chen aults interest in the Klondike Store soil will be in business with his brother Mr Harry Scrivener Both these men are hustlers and we predict for them great success Sumy fire An alarm of fire was sounded at 10 oclockk Sunday morning calling the laddies to the house of Jas Harris col ored onIrvine street near the old monumental works It Is supposed to have caught from the grate The building is a total wreck although the prompt response of the fire department prevented its burning to the ground and saved other buildings in close range Belles of New York A rare treat is in store for Richmond people next week when the magnifi cent musical opera The Belles of New York will be at the Grand This Is one of the finest operas on the road the cast of characters including about eighty people The music is especially pleasing and the costuming elegant and our people cannot afford to miss such a treat This performance will be at the Grand on Thursday night Jan 29 Gen Horrays Report The annual report of Adj Gen Mur ray to the Adjutant General of the United States army as to the strength of the Kentucky State Guard was made Tuesday It shows the total enlisted guard to be 2105 men Of these 1552 are privates 402 are noncommissioned officers and 151 are commissioned offi cers The guard is divided into two regiments of Infantry two batteries of artillery two drum and bugle corps one hospital corps and one company of cadets Hopeless Drink water and you get typhoid Drink milk and get tuberculosis Drink whisky and get jiiiijams Eat white flour and get appendicitis Eat soup and get Brifihts Idisease Eat beef and encourage apoplexy Eat oysters aud acquire toxemia Eat meats of any kind and get indigestion or some kind of germ disease Eat vege tables and weaken the system Eat desserts and take on paresis Smoke cigarettes and die early Smoke cigars and secure a nice catarrh Drink coffi e and tea and obtain nervous prostration Drink beer and have the dys pepsia Drink wine and get tie gcut In order to be entirely healthy one must eat nothing smoke nothing and even before breathing one should see ihatthe air Is properly sterilized Memphis CommercialAppeaL Built an Engine The miniature railroad engine which has been on exhibition ir Ihe window of Frasa Bros grocery for the past week has attracted mud attention and admiration It was built by Mr John Rucker the engineer at the JUmp house from the odds and ends picked up around the engine room The little en gins bIB every bolt rod and lever in place just like a real locomotive and is ccmplete in every detail It isrjiboht thirty inches long and ten inches high Mr Rucker worked on it at odd tlmeliI t as he could find the pieces I itlasgine now being put up at the carshops A gentlemen who waff examining the engine the other day remarked that it I was In iti way aa great a ciftlofiity a 7was the model of the batlleBMp Ala which was constructed by the late Capt W illiatqaon of this city For Ren IA nice Walnut five room and tIIlars rail on It J Win Was Goceto Illkcis Mr Paul Noble who recently hold bis firm near Kunyon Urove left yesler day with his family lor Decatur where lie will reside Mr Noble has numerous friends in the county who regret to see him leave but who wish him well in his new home Won a LibruyIThe Odd Fellows the lirbary iu the voting contest just closed having a purality of 277431 votes The Good Samaritan Hospital furnished second The libra ry will be placed iu the Odd Fellows Orphan Home in that city The local Lodge contributed about a carload of votes X Rays Machine Dr L G Sandlin who has lately removed here from Lancaster lor the practice of his profession has in his olllce an X Hay machine of the latest and most improved make Such an instrument is almost a necessary aid in the medical profession antI Dr Sandlin having made a most careful study of his machine understands its usejlioroughly and no doubt finds it very useful to him Has Come Home The friends of Mr W E Muncey were glad to learn last week that be had been transferred to the Adams Ex press office in this city instead of to Livingston as was announced last week Mr Muncey was agent here for a number of years but was transferred to Winchester about three years ago Mr Sparks who formerly had charge of the office here left Friday for his home in Georgetown fora much needed rest Announced Mr F J Perkins of Baldwin neigh borhood believing that it is the early bird that gets the worm announces in todays CLIMAX his candidacy forT aller of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Perkins is too well known to the Democratic voters of Madison to need anywords of explanation from ns He is a Demo crat from way back and has always been an energetic worker in the Demo cratic ranks Mr Perkins friends say when the finish comes be will be right in the push First on the List Mr KP Adams together with several others recently took the exami nation for rural letter carriers The papers were all sent off for markfn and MrAdams has received the following reply from the postoffice department You are hereby informed that the papers of the examination taken by you September 10 1002 for the position of rural letter carrier for route No at Richmond Ky have been marked your grade is 9G per cent and your lIame stands first on the eligible register For Public School Graduates The examination of pupils of the coun ty schools who desire to obtain certifi cates of graduation will bi held at the Court House Friday and Saturday January 30th and 31st This examina ion is open to all pupils who have com pleted the commcn schoo course The questions are selected by the State Board and the examination is held by the County Board of Examiners This is an honor well worth striving for and those who are prepared and who expect to teach should take it A Fortune Well Distributed RupUJ William Wagers last week paid the county teachers the lastinstall ment due for theyear 1902 llrWagers has paid out since last September 17 35308 This is distributed among the 102 teachers of the county of whom seventyfive are white and twentyeight colored The white teachers were paid 1268S 64 and the colored 438444 the average salary being for white teachers 17525 anti for colored teach ers 15654 The state per capita was 2 32 but theper capita for Madison county was only 2 23 an account of a provision the law requiring each din trict to have at least forty children of school age Where the number ot children ia less than forty the number has to be raised so that the teacher can draw full salary This of course will cut down the salaries in the larger dis tricts It so happened that two or three districts t year had less than lotty children which reduced the per capita of the county from 23244 23 E1h The Elks Lodge will have initiation erercises at their hall on Friday even ijig after which a soclal session will beheld Will Build a Home Tho Masons of Lawrenceburg aro caking preparations to build a Mason It Home This will be quite an addition to that thriving little town as well alt a source of great comfort o the mem burs oi the lodge Small Fox at Ford There are nearly a dozen cases of small pox at Foul and vicinity The disease is in H mild form wliich proba bly accounts for its spread as those Iniving it fail to realize the necessity for complete isolation Tobacco Warehouse Sold Mr Burgin Taylor has sold his tobacco warehouse situated on the L A A Itilroad ill the northern part of town to Judge E C Million The price paid WIIB not mails public Seriously Mr David Myers notice Gt whose illness we have made from time to time has grown considerably weaker and his family and friends are very much alarmed about his condition New Waco Firm Messrs M Lackey and Emanuel Taylor have bought out the store ot Searcy Ilamiltn of Waco and will tale charge of the business at once TLey will add groceries to the stock and will carry a full line of general inurchandise Coming tir Richmond Tho Missouri Girl is coming to Richmond Thursday Jan 29th This is the funniest show ever in this city This company is in Cincinnati Ohio all of this weekt the Hobisons Opera House Dont forget this show is at Ie Wiggins is Bros New Opera House ces 25 35 and 50 cents Te be Reappoated Postmaster CC Wallace whose term of office expires in April is circulating a petition asking for his reappointment All tbe business men and the11fetilionMr nires during the pastiour years trace 1txui satisfactory to the general public Mr Wallace thus far has no opposition bo that his race will bi u walk over iAStcctss The Poster Party on last Friday evening lor the benefit oC the PaUla A Clay Infirmary was a success both financially and socially Quite a crowd turned out and guessing on the various IKwters was very spirited Finally after much rivalry the Ladys prize went to Miss Laira Bennett and the gentlemans to Mr Elmer Deatherage Delightful hot coffee and sand wiches wei e served to the guests About J15 wat cleared which amount will go to the Infirmary fund CeeUian dub Notes On last Wednesday the Cecilian Club met with the President Mrs B Wild Avefvlthan cit around good conversation on rst one thing anti another that nataraKy interest women the program for tSie afternoon was opened by Mrs Jl C Kellogg who rendered a churning little Berceuse by Grieg Miss Laura Bright sang Cherry Blossoms and was much applauded Mrs A D Miller by request played Hearts and Flowers Quite a spirited discussion on The Singer and the Song held the attention of all fora wMle After the completion of the program the boa tess served most delightful refreshments of hot chocolate and wafers The club was very much pleased to have as gueits Miss Florrie Bright anl little MIsi Marie Louise Kellogg who thor oughly enjoyed every feature The next meeting will be held with Mrs G W Pickets on Wednesday Jan 28th Frofitaile Addresses Dr J A Stucky Lexington gave two excellent addresses the Young Mens Christian Association Sunday thelmorningHorse in the afternoon The subject for the mornlmy address was What shail I do for sou His talk was a practical one He said in part give him an education the best possible not ot the mind alone but body miner and spirit Recognize his tendencies weakness and needs and meet them in the wisest way possible Sometimes this may mean transplanting so do it Use the opportunities the Association offers in bringing him in contact with other young men of the better sort The afternoon address to men was ott the uubject Tbe Devils Anaesthetic He laid many men were having their life of sin because they didnt think didnt know were not awake to their dangers or possibilities for satan had had them in a state of anaesthesia and they were helpless till awakened so thej could exercise their wills and powers to choose the right thing HIi talkii were enforced by very apt illuaI trations from his experance in pro- Cess n The attendance at the afternoon meeting was particularly good for the stormy day hank Directors Elected Tl ie four banks of Kicmond elected directors Tuesday to serve this y ear None of the banks organized but all will probably do so Saturday Fol lowing are tho directors chosen RICHMOND NATIONAL HANK j W Caperton B W PickelsjR W Miller B P WhiteIQ W Irvine tS Irvine B Phelps MADISON NATIONAL DANK WaIler Bennett 4 R Burnam B tI B DIi1ln bamItvSMoberloyS K S Collins hR Burnam tTABMEKS KATtOXAI DANK C F Burnam James Bennett J3B Parkes k Av A Langford Thomas J Sm1tb tfeale Bennett Rowland Jones BT DANK AND TRUST cqrAIY Stone Walker A Sullivan t riF D Ballard B Hanger Collins David Chenault I H Powell ohn R Gibson WrD QJdhatn The max and Courier Jo naU ywur for J25 I A REMARKABLE OFFER We are determined to in crease our large subscription list several hundred during the month of January and in order to do so we have made specialarrangements whereby we can offer the CLIMAX and COURIEll JOURNAL both one year forSl25 This remarkable offer will posi tively be withdrawn on Feb ruary 2 Subscribers now on our list canjake advantage of payingtheiradvance Should you desire to take advantage of this low rate send us SU5 your name and postoffice address and we will do the rest THE CLIMAX PTGCO Richmond Ky The State Far The State Fair this year will be held at Oweneboro Lexington and Louis yule both wanted it but Owensboro offered better terms tbe either For Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and basemeat 203 MaIn ttres Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dee 24tf John G Taylor Son Receiver In Bankruptcy On the motion of J M Robinson Co of Louisville Judgo A M J Coch ran of the Federal Court appointed Attorney D M Chenault receiver to settle up the business of E V Elder Co The appointment was made last Friday New Manager The Richmond Water Light Company has engage the services of Mr Ben Dangherty who will manage their business Mr Dangherty is a brother of popular Dan Daugherty who was for n number of years connected with the sain company here We wel come the new manager into our midst Farm For Sale Having quit farming I wish to sell my farm on Jacks Creek pike mllei from Richmond Ky containing 245 acres good house and plenty of ou1 buildinjp 3 hams and plenty of rater farm well set in blue jirusp Will sell on easy terms JAMES W FARLEY 121lm For Sale Privately The undersigned wish to sell priva tely their entire stock of Groceries Queensware Tinware Stove Fixtures c Call on 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 continuance of the same until purchaser is found as we will keep up the stock until that time All orders will be carefully and promptly filled tf Dec 31 1902 Hianixs ELLIS lo Meet In Louisville The Kentucky Press Association will have its mid winter session in Louisville next week beginning January 27th at 2 oclock fp m The object of this meeting will be to discuss topics of practical interest to newspaper men such as the advertising law on which a report will be made accompanied with the opinion of a distinguished legal authority This meeting will bo open to all regular newspaper workers but not those engaged in the fraternal educational or occasional publications Quid Burnti Elizabeth the little three year old daughter of Mr and MrsRobert Winn of Estill county was seriously burned on last Saturday by falling in the fire One of her hands was burned almost off while the other is also badly injur ed Her face is painfully burned and it is feared that she inhnledsome of the flames Her mothers clothing became ignited in her endeavors to save her little one but were extinguished with out serous results Since the accident the little suilerer has been in almost a a constant spasm bone to Somerset Mr Shelby Tribble left this morning lor Somerset where be will be con nected with the Somerset Journal Mr Tribble has fotsoine time past been the capable and efficient foreman of the Central Record at Lancaster Since leaving that paper he bus been enjoy Inga much needed rest He Is one of the best compositors we have ever had dealings with and is a young man of high moral and a perfect gentleman in every respect We congratulate the Journal upon kavingsecnred tile services of Mr Tribble and we wish him much success in his new field New Farm Journal W T Ewing of Hnrrodsharg has completed arrangementu for the launch lag of a tstate iarwa paper the test issue to make ita appearance next Tunis dav the 22nd The paper will be known as the Kentucky Farm Journal and will be devoted exclusively to the farming interests ol Kentucky For the present the paper will b published at Harrodsburg Mr Ewing was the foun dere the Springfield News Leader and also of the Bnrgin Messenger and is a newspaper man of experience and ability Getting Boy The oil company of which Capt S F Rock is the head is now preparing to commence active operations and contracts were made on Thursday with drillers of experience for the sinking of three wells on his leases All the wells under the contract will be snnk near the city One will be in the vicinity ot the Norman mine Another will be on the Roberts farm on the South Fork a short distance from town In the latter place Mr Rock has al most a certainty as on the adjoining furore was struck some years ago and Mr Rock has the History of that venture as a guide for his own work The driller of the old days worked with crude implements land when he struck oil the tools were lost After ineffectual efforts to recover them the well was abandoned and another started near by The promoters finan ces were exhausted however before the last well was completed and since that time there has boon no further at temptto devftteuJa thii section Mr Rock depended upon his own knowl edge of geology when Cio silo was fie lected near tlJj Norn an mine The upheavel in that vicinity is of such na cure that be is confider iLls good pro ducing territory His ioclate8 have implicit confidence ia hi s jadgmeat and lie will designate all sits for his corn pany and will set w 1jld superintendent Actual work wil conatwice by thl3 company wlthinabjrt three waeks bywhlch tlra that the 1iteceesary D chlueryihn te lb groundBtyviUa Xlr f TRYOU- RFELTI BOOTS j- t Theyre good and warm and youll like the quality and price y Also Extra Values In t Ruzbber Boots Overshoes Warm JlJ1rdlIfWf8lIf9ScJk 1jvCe 9VeIfCf8lt Everything thats good for wintry weather wear One Price to Everybody t every time no asking up in order to flIyou get the lowest price without any jewing J GOVINGION BANKS i c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS e f DayII Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This signature i dZ asSmall Pox Small Pox was reported in four lam ilies near Speedwell last week The cases are said to be in mild form awl no quarantein has been established Several cases were reported near Foul Some action should be taken by the authorities to prevent tile further pread of the disease Mountain Cure For Small Fox The Grayson Tribune has the follow ing Sara Wilcox says if you wi sleep twe ityone nights in succession with a tresh polecat hide under your pillow changing the hide every night you nor your tamily nor your kinsmen out West will take the smallpox The Buy Bee lash store Has Moved To the handsome new building on Main St opposite the Court House We are already showing new Laoes Hamburg EmbroideriesWash Goods in the extreme new lines Liuens etc Call and see us in our new quarters and note the low prices we are making on first class merchandise We have just placed on sale the lar gest and most uptodate line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cash jrices will repay yon for a look through this de partment Watch our space in the papers hand bills and etc We will always have some new goods to tell you about and new prices that will interest you Very Respectfuly W D OUJKAJI Co More to follow The CLIMAX publishesthismorninga letter and poem from the pen of our good friend Prof Durrett White form erly of Estill but now of Cay City Those who have in the past enjoyed the communications that have appear ed from time to time In our columns will be glad to learn that that gifted writer has promised to contributemore of his interesting letters in the pear future Prof White is endowed with tare talents and is well fitted in every way to shine in the literary world so that it has always been a surprise to those who know him that he is satis tied to ILve out hie days in obscurity It is hoped that ho may yet be per sanded to take his proper place in the world Arrested Fox Hanscbreaklnj RiLey Shepherd Alfred Shepherd and Frank Kirby who claimed to be coal miners from Uockcastle county were arrested hI this city Wednesday night and are now held charged with break lug into the depot at Ft Estlll eight limes and with stealing overcoats and clothing out of the cabooses of the L N freight trains lhe men were first arrested for stealing coal from the L N yards in this city but after being heldfor a few days Capt Allman be came satisfied that it was an important capture and went to their home at Hoopes Gap to look up their records There he lecovered much of the stolen goods besides getting other evidence against them The small stores and railroad stations along the L N have been broken into many times during the past year but the guilty par ties were never caught- It is hoped by all who hays suf fered these depredations that the theiv ing will now be stopped Fraodennlal dub The Prandennial Club will meet to morrow Thursday evening with Hon R H Crook as host The club will first dine at Jobs at 7 oclock and then repair to tbe State Hank and Trust Co wherea general discussion by the en tire club will follow on the following question What do you consider the greatest problem of the Twentieth Century and How May It Be Solved Preliminary to the discussion the See retary Mr Woods will read a score of opinions suggesting problems for din ciusion fro r i which eachone can select a topic The opinions are from such notables as Andrew Carnegie Susan B AnthonyOom Paul Jtvrnger The Duke of Argyle Jane Hading Cardinal Gib boris Carplns Duvan Lieut Hobsoa Francesco Crispi Sir Robert Ball T De Witt Talmadge Conan Dayle Mar quls Ito WoT Bryan Carter Harrison Jules Verne etc Tho following class will first be called OB after the discus sion will be general WS Moberley Pr M Dana Rev H G Turner T s ttf WSJlume Orcult Court The January term of Circuit Court convened Monday Judge J M Benton presiding The following gentlemen were selected to serve on the jury John C Warren Alex Black O A Mc Magee BM Stagner D C Grigga G II Myers E P Benton Tom Wells W F Powers R C Cobb Alex Igo Jonathan Prewitt Wilson Eads B P Wagers G S McKinuey J P Logs don J E Baldwin R M ROBS W J Walters Allen Deatherage Wilson Tate J A Adams and A R Gibbs As this is the civil term there is on grand jury The first case oIled was that ol Ben Cheuault c charged with shooting Wilson Hall at Wtiite Hall Chdnault was sentenced to five years and John White two years in the pen itentitary Mr Thcmas Turner Dead Our community was shocked to learn yesterday morning of the tragic death of Mr Thomas Turner which occurred at his late home near this city Monday night When found he way lying on the floor of Ids room shot through the heed His pistol one chamber of which was empty was lying near The other occupants of the house slept soundly and did not hear the shot and did not know what time it occurred It is thought by those who know him well that before retiring Mr Turner was examining the pistol when it went off accidentally The Coroners jury returned the verdict that he came to his death by the accidental discharge ol his pistol MrTnrner was one of the most widely known farmers and stock men of the county He was seventyfive years of age but was as active In business as a man of fifty He was a great reader and was always well informed on the ques tions of the day making him a congen hal and pleasant companion at all times He leaves one sister Mrs E E Mc Cann of this city to whom the sym paty of all is extended PERSONAL Miss Mynne Wagers is at home fre m a visit to Louisville Mr Waller Traynor of Danville spent Sunday in tow- nMrHMBeatty and sister attended a social at Paris last week Mr Samuel Tudor of Irvine was a visitor in the city last Friday Mr T D Chenanlt Jr is ill at his home near town of scarlet fever Mr Burton Smith of Irvine spent several days m this city last week Hon J Willard Mitchell of Niche lasville was in the city Thursday Mrs Charles E Smoot Is at home from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mrs B Howard Neale is the guest of Mrs Thomas Cassell in Lexingten Col and Mrs James W Caporton have returned from Huntington WVa Mrs Dan M Chenault was a guest last week of relatives in Mt Sterling Mrs L J Frazee of Lexington was a guest of friends a few days last week Miss Mollie Fife has returned from a visit to Mrs Goorgo Land in Lexing ton Mr Tom Luxon JrofLexington was here several days last week on business Miss Bessie Miller is in Winchester the guest of her sister Mrs James WInn Mrs S N Moberley was ia Lexing ton last week the guest of MissHarriett Darnall Dr L J Frazee ot Lexington was the guest of friends here Friday and SaturdayMiss arl Cheaault has been pend lug a lew days with friends at East Hickmaa Colonel G M Edgar hag been tie gacst of life dMgbter Mrs J T Van Bant in Paris Mr Joaei Watte baa tarRed to recis alter gf etidWg MI days wit- hhIether Wk Rev E G and wIle of Mayavilte wt fo ttM ty4t FrMy enrbute to Irvte MIL Ida Welch Seott of i itafe- yille WM a RiHMt at Hotel O1O several day hvt week Mrs JatandMugMsr MksWiafa I Mac are Bt b M iron a twa wffbnriiit 1Cures on every box 25c I to Lexington relatives Mr and Mre Clarence E Woods were Lawrencebnrg last week visit ing Mr W 0 Woods Mrs J V Logan has returned to her home in Danville after a visit to liar sister Mrs B Howard Neale Hon Richard W Miller and family have returned trom a pleasant six weeks visit to Huntsville Alamaba Mr George Lewis of Estill Station this county left yesterday for Illinois where he will make his future home Miss Eva Lammers is at home from Stanfordwhere she had a most de lightful visit to Miss Mary Hundley Mr and Mrs W S OI Jham attended the wedding of Miss Mary BrownPattie to Mr Zeigler In Frankfort last week Mr James S Crutcher has so far re covered from his recent attack of fever as to resume his dutier in his shoe store Mr Allie G Hunt of Mt Sterling formerly a populor clerk for E ueath erage spent Sunday with friends in this cityMisses Mamie and Sue McRoderts et Danville came up to attend the funeral and burial of their aunt Mrs T EllisMrs WG White on her return Ib Louisville stopped over in Lexington for a short visit to Dr and Mrs L J FrazeeMrs M E Denny has returned to her home at Paint Lick alter a visit of GeorgevMr and Mrs Paul Noble and little daughter Geneva of Union left yes terday for an extensive visit to Decii tur Illinois Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps are at home from Huntington W Va where they went to attend the burial of Geu John boo Russell The many friends of Mr Lewis He r rington will be glad to know that lie w able to sit up some now Mr Herring ton has been ill with fever since Christ mrs Mr R N Withenbury lately of tl o firm of Kellogg Withenbury has gone to Cincinnati where he will engage in the paint business with his H G Turner was in Winchcu ter yesterday where he delivered an address before the Kentucky Wesleyan College the occasion being the opening of the second term Miss Annie Hamilton who has been visiting her sister Mrs Harry Scriv ner was called home Saturday on ac count ot her little niece Elizabeth Winn being severely burned The Lexington papers says that Mrp Christopher V Chenault and two children have gone toLonisIana to mat e a mid winter visit to Mrs Chenaults mother and brother on their Southern plantation EMPTY YES EMPTY Let us Fill Your COAL BIN with + +++ ++4+ +++ + + I 0 RedAsh r Jellico iManchestersPluto Cannel Coalr +++++4++ +++ 4 4 Feed of all Kinds Lime ntstEtc STORAGE AFoc Bksc Grass F n4 LetdKttWi CoalYariaWareho Pe e142 LkN tet- evnd Ky 11 k urPROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS R IV MILLER ATTOflXYATLLW ticuupxp Kmtciacet- Oftice n the Burnain Building next door to arur National flank lebSly JL ScwrVi ATTOBNKYATLA- WKiniMOND KENTUCKY OfLrover State Bank Trust Co op posmi Court House on Main Street J U JD M 01IENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olticu on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AtlorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTCCKT- jr vOlTice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNELLons AT LAW KLCHMOND KENTUCKY i aj In John Bennett old law office over Perr Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS D S GIBSON GIBSON ToIGM AV AND SURGEOAS Bi MOND KENTUCKY flu iMithr Dr Iljbioa buUia MinStrcet ii C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery u u Sioufler Building Main Street Id okoue HI residence the Carr place on Breadway i jioNi KENTUCKY V EVANS iz PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I II U1uD KENTUCKY E 0 Vance 110 Mr E OVance D 0 O teopathic Physicians State Bank Trust It g li ruture furnished on iiiiplication CONSULTATION FREE iJales Southern School of Ostheopathy 32HTA2 STTF333T tv oDSOt OTtttoaIST OF LOUISVILLE Ky BuildingiUsnd nitlyHirry u M Blanton 5= DENTIST t3Office iu Benrrett Building Ifmoy TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDJIAN Hotel Glyndon AVednesilay February 11 1903 Taken Up Taken up as estray a small brown mi king mare mule was taken up on Tuiwlay Oct 7 Ownei can have fame by property proving ownership and p ing charges J II Allman If Chief of Police ATTfNTION W have moved our produce business from the Knat End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons Ve will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the lenders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2 jnulr RICHMOND KY r tiI II MORE LIVES AtE SAVED JBY trsiNQ Dr1 Kings New DiscO f j- FOIl Consumption Coughs and Cod Than By All Other Throat And Lung Saacdics Combined positivelycuresBronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisyi LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURErNO PAY Price 50c 8 SI Trial Bottle Freo TO THOSE tlJ wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 10 Weare pleased to Btate that it is on sale at the tol lowing places in Madison county Arbuckle A Simmons Rchmond Searcv Hamilton W Red0 PInnel House W TaMers Valley View J V WhitlocV Baldwin John Ctapp Newby Burton Roberts Ruthton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewltt Cottonburg LA Wearren Paint Lick- IVallacetonC 0 McWharter lclmer Earl Berea I T COy Kirksville III onr Stockof Jewelry Silvar ware etiv will be found a nnm her or artirjps especially ap propriate for this reason Those who have adopted the custom of sinning their wishes before ClirisMiniiBr and their guts during h- eHolidays h cn now inrchaselo advan tage There iq a very laigev assortment of dainty and ex quisite things in Sterling Silver Plate Quadruple and alsolnany Metal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand 30JI If For Winter 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ iesNainsoods Novel tyFancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WniteA Ginson RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldsteinr Physician jLouisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon++++ + + + Vednesdy and ThursdyFeb JJ and2t 03 haveJpromptly attended to will insure perfect deIt 9anto4 otFIcn nounsHotel Glyndon Richmond Ky J 4 WE GO WEST VIA J i Memphis Kansas City or Chicago I J roughServlcerf the Very Best tot ARKnJ TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY MEXICOIli AND THE PACIFIC COkSL IIkeVery Lowest Rates fw the Colonist INI Hemeseeiter i B BACON Geal AgL HOWA DJOLtYTP i 38 Eist Ftwth SL Cincinnati 33 East Fourth SL Cincinnati 0 I GEOHLEEI1Pr A Little jasck Ark L11t 11= r Ao Louisvilles Robinson Crusoe Louisville can boast of a Robinson Crusoe in the midst of her fcwentiteh century civi lization Just where the Southern railway makes a turn at the southwestern ter mination of the city limits is TI wide cdmmon beyond which lies the ravine The valley called the ravine once the bed of an affluent of the Ohio owing to its shady slopes and fragrant flowers is quite a resort in summer time but when Januarys cutting winds heap the snow in its hollowsamore undesirable abode cannot be imagined Somewhere within the seclusion of this ebound valley lives this man of the woods Like all dwellers of the forest he comes forth before the mists of early morn have lifted or as twlights fogs descend Clad in a suit of brown jeans with hair un kemptand face unshaven he emerges from a seldom fre quented lane peers about him and if no one is neat follows the railroad track in a norther ly direction until its curves hide him from view Should a stranger be in sight his route will be a circuitous one across the common On his return he is equally cautious and from an unwieldy stick across his shold swingsthe proverbial bandanna filled with a day rations At sight of him the ever garrulous urchin cries There goes the man that lives in the treeAll attempts toobtainasnap shot of this eccentric individ ual have so far been unsuc cessful Louisville Times New Thronjh Car LJaes from Memphis to the Pa cific Coast The Rock Island System Choctaw Oklahoma Gulf railroad have estab lished through personally conducted tourist sleeping ear lines to California situ Portland Oregon The California car leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 9OC a mM jLittlo Rock 115 p in South McAlester I T 1050 p m same day Oklahoma City 240 a in Wednesday El Reno 340 a in arriving El Paso Texas Thursday morning Los Angeles Fri day morning and San Francisco Satur day morning The Portland Oregon car leaves Memphis every Thursday on the same schedule arriving Denver 730 Satur day morning Ogden Sunday morning and Portland Monday morning Old Relic Bob Jackson of the L N at this place has perhaps the oldest razor there is in the county or perhaps about the oldest in the State It was brought from Virginia by his grandfather Mr Beckley Jackson nearly one hundred years ago The razor was made in Mecklinburg Va and is a homemade affair It is of very finemetaland is still in good state of preservation The handle is made of a piece of walnut timber The pres ent owner is thinking of hav ing it put in order for the pur pose of doing his own shaving Madisonville Graphic The Rule of Three Three things to govern temper tongue and conduct Three things to lovecour age gentleness and affection Three things to hatecru elty arrogance and ingratitude inIfranknessbeautyThree things to wish for health friends and a cheerful spiritThree things to avoid idleness loquacity and flip pant Three to admire- mtellectual power dignity and gracefulness aboutlifeThe War Cry The Human Lottery AH if only X were beautiful how happy life would be shtlookedsession in the lottery pf liuman life vrhich woman would not refuse BRADFIELDSI f girls on the threshold of woman- hoOd isInvaluable When they become achinghead painfulr upandBradfields Female Regulator for women owingto6fthii menstrual flows Painful obstruct enanentlyto her genital organs are cured by it bnghtensmQV s muddy anti blotched couditions of the ilii and cures sick4iadche at once 0fdruggists at ffoo per bottle r CallbeNCULATM MATUNTAGA lr A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much the one who receives It Any artTcle selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Wedding Presents cannot fail to delight both giver and recipient YEAGER has on display a beauti ful collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight tho eye FJYEA6ER SECOND STREET Womans Influence in the Home Love and happiness in the home rest more far more with the wife than the hus band It may perhaps be urged against this that there are some men whom no wom an be her domestic virtues what they may could possi bly be happy with but even among such as these the majority would I am convinced be found to possess a good as well as a bad side of their characters and the wife if she be itwise woman will set herself to find out that best side and having found it per suade the man to live up to it Set up an ideal before a man let him think that to you he is that ideal and the chances are a thousand to one that he will try to live up kilt Tetter SaUIthoum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad case have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and i remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr CadjB Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but puthorse25 a ents per package A little church in Pennsylvania recently celebrated the one thousand millionth minute since Christs Doming to earth In ah article on Pier pont Morgan his advisers and his organization John Brisben Walker mentions that Mr Rockefeller is popularly supposed to control one thousand million dollars aud that one thousand million dollars would represent the labor often thousand men since Christs coming to earth calF culated at the average of wages paid during the past two thousand years In the same number of the Cosmopolitan a very interesting calculation is made as to what the One thousand millions could accomplish in the hands ofa thoroughly ambitious man Unconscious From Croup During u 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 Sure was ad ministered and repeated often It re duced thp swelling and inflammation cut the mucus and shortly the child was resting easy and speedily recov ered It cures Coughs colds lagrippe Que1finute lunltstosen to the blooll1m Once upon a time a Topeka Kansas minister was preaching a sermon on How Shall we Get to Heaven Just outside the church there vas a ball game in progress on a vacant lot As a climax to his beautiful sermon the min ister folded his hands dropped his eyes toward the floor and said in a mellow voice And how shall we get to Heaven There was a moments pause then came an excited voice crying Slide fellow slide slide slide like the devilslide One Hundred Dollars A Box is the value H A Tisdale Sutnmerton HazSalve n l 20 years I tried many doctors and DiVIttalisaIngtiseptics and emollients r 1i8ve8and itchIngbruises eczema salt rheum nvl all skin diseases im THE St Louis railways ex pects to expend 35000000 in improvements before the opening or the Worlds Fair REPRE3ENATIVETbomas H Tongue of Oregon died sud denly in Washington Sunday night Gov Durbinj of Indiana is addressing ruests to tile railroads of hijj State to givt coal the righjt of way ovei other freight While out hunting rabbit William McDjtniel 24 marriedwas 1tccidentlyshot and killed byai ompanion near Elliottsville McDaniels oousin was killed in the same manner one month ago Mrs Henry Hughes of Mason county was burned to death by her clothes catching fire from a turning pan of grease The Illinois Central Rail road Company has placed or ders for 1500000 worthof cars car wheels and castings OLD Jon WHISKY Hand made Sour MashIEvery di op guaran teed ro lirpur It is of old style manu lauinrb No BEJTER rail re found for medicinal pur Itosrp Vim want the best Furnliihed Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in ju js St 00 per gallon 10 hollies iII5U h jug 2 GOh 5I t b ttIesJ3 2 IIjs S210 h Orders promptly filled PropOldMclirn3 er novlyr Anderson county Ky TOUR OF ALL MI exico VIBOSWT- uesday January 27 Under special escort Pullman Vestibuled Trains Drawingroom ompartinents farlor Library Music room Dining ar antI the famous Open top Observation Car Cbillilitli Leisurely itinerary with long stops including Three 1rcle Tours in the Tropics and the Rniued ities in the South ot Mexico Tickets Include all Expenses Everywhere O PMCARTY General Passenge Agent Public Sale We the undersigned will on Wednesdayan 28 03 at 10 oclock a n at the residence of H B Scrivner 03 Silver Creek heinp 8 miles south of Richmond iCy oc cupied by Jas C Adams sell at Public Outcry the following personal property towit 80 head of goo home raised young cattle weight running from 600 to 900 pounds 1 cow fresh an extra milker with bull calf bv her nide 1 dry cow 1 short yearling heifer 5 hog weight about 90 to 100 pounds 1 palrazed horse mules 1 pair of well broke mules 5 years old 15 hands 3 inches high 1 good vearlhi horse mule 1 good combined mare 8 years old saddle qualities extra 1 good family horse C years old 1 extra good carriage horse 6 years todrive2 sets wagon harness good as new 6 sets plow gear 1 good twohose wagon 1 new hay frame 1 set stretchers 1 Vulcan Child turning plow good as new plowsInew used one seasoL 1 Randal harrow good as new 1 good pond sraper 1 extra A harrow Lot of hoes maddock single and double trees etc good road wagon with top Donel 30i make set buggy harness 1 good spring Tsgpn 1 corn sheller 1 cutting box good feed troughs 150 tp 175 barrls of good corn in crib About 500 shoiks of fodder in good condition itayCoo50 bales of njr straw 400 bundles of cane The above sale will be made on a credit until November 1904 with in terest at rate of per cent from riae of iale with approved security negotia TrlislComAt same time Mm place will rent t 3 Tracts of Land 0 for the year 1903 rent due January lOOt without ill rest towitt Tract No JContains 74olIZlod blue eras jand with brick rest ience with all ece sary oiilbtiiklin s and barn in order welt watered with cistflrn at dlor Tract Nil 2 Jinown as the Robert Jroodblue10 acres in yqunji grass aud well water ed aersknowiiin as fine blue lss as can be fOl1llllln Madison countpwen watered 3he above lands artjiill under good fence Thorpe Scrivener T D Chenanlt nctioiieer KOd I Dyspepsia Cure Digests 1that you eatThis n contains all of the digestnta and dIgests all kinds pi vetfallsthe food you wait The most sensitive stomachs can ta ce it By itsuso many thousands of i have been- curedaftereveJythlngelse failed 14 Rile stomach Child ItFirstidoierele1 Our maktiii6IsOnlYbY- 1IODaWVZTkCOtuetI weItblcazi4 tImetieejc- Ior sle by ferry TboraRu The ANflUMotherhood is womans natural destiny actual barrenness is rare comforting words to childless women Many women are denied the happiness of children simply because of some curable derangement of the generative or ns VegetableCompounttchildren owe their existence to Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound This great medicine is so welt calculated to regulate every function of the generative organs that its efficiency in this respect is vouched for by multitudes of women Nine Years Without a Child DEAR Mns PiNKHAMrWe had been married nine years and never had children anti now we have a little baby girl nineteen months old the joy of our life She owes her existence to Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Before taking Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound I especiallybeforeBO much about the Vegetable Compound I decided to try it and after taking six bottles was curedns T H GOULBEY 122C Nevada St East Toledo Ohio Girl her to Lydia Compound some explained letter reply instructions and and 1iIIhave have baby advice Lydia YWbamsVegctable Compound for has done for hope other childless see letterMRs JOIIK UBEK IACEEB Cleveland Another Happy Case in Brooklyn DEAR MBS PINKIIAM wrote to you telling you of my had pains the ovaries menses were and borne children my letter followed advice was com cured just given birth fine healthy and during childbirth had easy Lydia medicines are God women want to be mothers Luzner Brooklyn Y Many whose print were utterly discouraged PinkharnLynnwhich made strong useful women again STANDARD Rotary Shuttle rSewingI STAOTJAED OaAXB LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMachlnes stitch Two one Rnn silent as the ticking of llphterandfeedmachines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop hend wood work cud ball bearjhes is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For cheaper machine the Islew Century front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also mannfact urn SloiupGallonbfrconvic- edARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERSRickmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 V7tli8t CinrinnaJi O 8m QuickTime Southwest aft Via Chicago Rock Pacific R Rand the C O GRR A I ff14 on mLthe first and third Taesdayf ot December January February Jfflicli and April tickets both otto way mid round trip will be Bold to pnint Arkansas Colorado Kausap JJthr fka lnrJOklahomnduet1 These tickets are coQil in recliijlnj chair car seats free olid vestmile trains If you are going VCbtSoUthItett or Northwest take adaatae ftslow 1 For rates routes and iniettji Ire call on your nearest ajjcnt adliroFB G1i dtr1 R iOVAPt JOLLY T S8 East Pbstth dittdnItIUtO Portrait of a Baby Who Owes Existence E PinkhamsVegetable DEAR DIES PINKIUM I wrote j to you time ago asking why I could not have child I wombI4f ffeSVwith backache and headache You Y2 V sent me a nice in tsgiving me full how to treat myself in accordance with your directions I took L andliti your ML M fully in every respect now I a little girl the joy of our I never would had Sv 1 my it had not been for your S and medicine S I cannot praise E Pink 11h r enough what M jl it me Iv women will this 1111 Broadway Ohio I I a year ago troubles I in painful I had never You answered and I your I Have to a babe a very time E Pinkliams a send to who MBS SCHULTZ 12 St X women letters we them machines in as swell front a swell Island r in rates oir f r rates ticket or 1J P I Kt a4 l a r lJ if Your Old- Kentucky Home- We are not going to tell yon theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend youIor Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the LouisviIletHenderson andjSt Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the Des axvi SOUVXDCS Tickets onsale first and third upto1903 ASK US FOR RATES L JIrwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky fig Glisas 1 a Yea Standard American Annual and ENCYCLOPEDIA A Statistical Volume of Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages u100 0 0FACTS SPECIAL FEATURES RnttieUnttedStaIesi lIntlornis Political 01tIf Commuters Fed 1ib LliborlelisflltlonOur fi PossessIons IsthmIan toyii1i iibrcd atete3 AutomoltJe 1IttqiU dI1J 1iLSgSoclctlcs jjoion Forstgncountrle p le uocaGOY a1 RClenUflCAcktevO MmlcDisturstructioa ol the City of iiew Ycr leeron Con ensed Information tWthe icethe Store and thee flrice125cI I On EeryI iOOOTOFK Pbtpzfd to yad4reM lie THE Htaet BuIWlnr KeWYj 10 OFON STOVES 7 l20 per cent can be saved by buying your Webought thefreight WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tireat Majestic Range HeatersYoufore seeing us Seeing is buying We are sure can give you a better article for less money than one in this or any other to- wnHARD any ARE OUR LINE OFrFarming Implements Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow Ih only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right Runs Right payoupairing done promptly by experienced workrr n Arbuckle Simmon 20 PERCENT PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l l A Beautiful HomeIs a Womans Delight And our business is to supply the FOrniturer We can show you a beautiful correct and exclusive styles of Furniture in this city anllOdded oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron antiTablesline of Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND jnly3t17 KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SALHaving purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burce Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was f cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENTj Less than the original wholesale Price These Gccds are t damaged in the least and these bargains are withcut a fain this city EVERYTHINGI- n the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and everythin is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that being offered and get first pick from this Immense stock GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE ProlFirstRichmond K pAfter The Rush ofthe Holiday Tra And the extraordinary patronage of our friends we sIn jvto splendid stock of everything to be found inan uptodate Jew Diamonds Vaitcli of nil descriptions Silverware I 0 Cut Ghisiv Clocks etc We trite pleasure in thanking our patrons for past favors au motto will always be iReliabk Goods t Fair Dtallng And Bottom Prices Victor BogaertiNUF CTUFlNGJEWELERtAND IMPORTER 5E MAiN ST LEXINGTON K Our Motto abJGOOd8FirDialil1 i Bottom Prices i