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IlIMOND Z CLIMAX OLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON OOUNTY KENTUOKY WEDNESDAY JANtrARY 28 1903rntSt afNuMBER 3t he Racet StOxe1 1- t h J Jf 5 Z3 H l tHas 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 found on our shelves We thank our Patrons forfnij favors of the past year and wish all a happy and prosperousnew year l I I1 i HE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIX STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blantor 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 j Alnlte Coal e+++++ + ++++e ++++ t t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary f J J gratt without any attention J J J+ + +++ I Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine in bn Beds Bed RoomSuits ining Room and tchen Furniture tWe guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends tocall make our store their headquarters We y MusEVt HfO please Our success depends upon it and the rea sonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattiqgs and Carpets in variety Our Picture Departtnentris complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried r JOS J0PLIN one Night n773 66 8 t- 7Undertaking a Specialty Beat This j ap Robe of ours if you can d to this price will not secure its al elsewhere This tloublbfaced quality IUSH LAP ROBE se of the many in our stockfbisid handsomest line that vasever he city manyaththeir handsome appearance and ability Lap Robes at all prices fromI50 ards I JvMoberIcy Ftr ftent nr rooms to rsat cheap Well lo Apply to Thurman Grocery tf RICHMOND KY t i G W Evans Jr Embalmer P Jfrbi denature Ia on eTexylxir of ikasotfiilna Laxative Bromo Quinine Tiwdt- ho remedy tha eilra n cold Im me day Por Sale The National ft Collection Agency p Washingfon Df Will dispose of the following judgments AJW Webber Berkley XrS138 M George Potter Clinton KyV 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N G Brandon Co Dexter Kjr S35 20 J B Young Son GUszotr Kj 44 Vm Knepilen Milton Kr 21 41 r N Phlpjw Mt Sterling KYq 68 SS FerdlnandBchnbW 54 09 Robt W Owens LouUvl 14 00 LJ Dnrrettpreatcl1J1t road JeUenol1 560 Austin Sockpprt Kr i 4tr J38 n- f j Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON P C 7my6t lem TO ova A OLXXM DA T lKe MiI TaW t AU ro 18i81JetuiHiheOOD y Hit f iUto euro KWGrovcij Igaatsre aoaMchbox 28 enU ENORMOUS EXPENSE ofJn 330000000 i The expense of tuberculosis to the people of the United StateSTaftef careful estima tion by Dr Biggs of New York is placed at330000000 He first calculates the loss to New York City by putting a value of 1500 upon each life atthe average atwhich deaths from tuberculosis occur This gives a total value of the lives lost annually of 1500000 Butabisis not all for at least nine months prior to death these patients cannot work and the loss of service at Si- a day together with food nursing medicines attendance etc at 150 a day results in a further loss of 8000000 making a yearly loss to the municipality of 23 000000 For the whole coun try the 150000 deaths from tuberculosis represent in the same way a loss of 330000 pQOl Dr Biggs also says that the total expenditure in the city pT New York in the care of tuberculosis patients is not over oOO000 a year ie not to exceed 2 per cent of the actual loss by death etc If this annual expenditure were doubled or trebled it would mean a saving of several thousand lives annually to say nothing of the enormous saving in suffering Fur ther evidence of this is shown in the fact that in the last 20 years the total deaths from tuberculosis in New York have decreased instead of in creased notwithstanding that there has been an increase of 70 per cent in the general popu lationExchange- Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Potson Greatest Blood Purifi erFree- If your blood is impure thin diseas ed or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching ris iiiM and lumps 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 aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every erup perfecttime B B R improves the diarestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kid neys Just the medicine for old peo pIe as it gives them new vigorous blood DrucRista 1 per large bottle with directions for home cure Sarc pie free and prepaid by writingBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice also sent in sealed letter B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deep seated sesfimpure blood and skin disease and cures after all else fails Blow Out a Match While it is said that a man with very powerful lungs can blow out at once all the can dIes on a Christmas tree here is a feat which is apparently even more surprisingI jrhej erson who performs it tells the audience that he wiiltbldwjout a mac h held at arms length There IS noth ing wonderful in that vhatis wonderful is the fact that he does not blow at the match but in another direction His left arm is bent back ward in such a mannerthat The opening of his sleeve is neardiis mouth and in his out Stretclied hand is a match which has just been lit How does he put it out do you think Why simply by blow jng into his left sleeve Naturally the spectators are amazed yet if they had watched him carefully they would have seen that at the moment when he blew into his sleeve he pressed with his middle finger the lower part of the match and that at that instant itwen tout Of course his sole object in blowing into his sleye was to delude his audience and it was the pressure of his finger which did tmv trickEx VtA Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which It is ntiallfi to do for 8AIf even when but bllphtly disordered or over loaded Kodol supplies the natural of digeft on and does the work- olthostomacb relaxing tho nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and beak- Kodoldigists what you eat and ana ble8thestomacbanll digestive organs 10 transform all food inte rich red broodj 1- mJ Frank 11tchela negro born in slayery J 08 years ago is still living at Akron Q and has a vivid recollection of evemfir thaj occurred in the fir t part of the last century He has smoked and hewed fobsMJcp fpi ovef 100 years RUTS The walking sick what arePersons enoughtogoChronic cases that what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system getsthinof the rut It makes nev rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose gladtodoses free Be sure that thIs picture in the form of a label is on the ofEmulsion SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOc and all druggists Home Hints For The Sewing Room There is a pretty finish that is used for negligees of all sorts It is the ribbon cbou made a little differently The ribbon is knotted in a hard full knot and from it hangs no less than twenty ends These are cut diagonally and a single knot is tied in one an inch from the end of the ribbon Until you have mad one of these choux J ou cannot guess how very pretty it is It trims the corset cover pret tily and if made of very soft ribbons it takes up no room For the nightdress itis quite ideal for it gives that long graceful line that is in keeping and for the room robe it is also very pretty Designing borders for handkerchiefs is a paying business for some women Al though the work seems simple it calls for originality some of color values and skill in combination New patterns must continually be brought out Some of these borders are very elaborate and the most artistic work must be put into them Reproduction of rare old English French or Venetian patterns in combination with modern art lines and original patterns showing conventional floral designs leaves and other suggestions from nature are shown in these handkerchiefs- A really good corset is ab solutely necessary to wear under a tailormade gown if one wants a stylish figure for tailors havea way of molding their materials to a wellfit ting foundation insures pleasing results The corset recommended by Worth is cut long on the hips with straight fronts and much lower at the top than usual The crowned heads of every nation The rich men poor men and misers AU join in paying tribute to DeWitts Little Farly Jliwra H Williams San Antonio Texas writes Little Early Riser Pills are the best I ever used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cure constipation billlousness sick headache Torpid liver jaandace malaria and all other liver troubles 1m Car Seized and Coal Con fiscated The ueFsituation in Belle vue 6on Jan 13 reached an acute tuationand a con ference of the mayor council men and coal dealers was held It being learned that eight cars of anthracite coal were in the local yards It was decide to confiscate the coal The fire belt was rung and the mayor and councilmen followed by a small army armed with shovels marched to the railroad yards and unloaded the cars The coal was dis tributed to citzenab the rate of S a toil Several cars of soft coal were found and un loaded in alikA manner jI NOVEL WAY OF GIVING THANKS Merchant Will Turn His Store Over to the Churches As a thank offering for the best Chrimas trade he has ever had Charles SDeForest a noyelty dealer of Spelton Conn will turn over his en tire store to the local churches for two weeks There are six of these churches the First Methodist Congregational Baptist Church of Christ Church of theGood Shepherd First Unitarianand St Marys Roman Catholic and they will take entire charge of the store and divide the profits A special large stock of goods has been laid in for the pur poseAttractive young women from the churches will act as salesladies and the pastors will be in chargeof the cash iers desk while little misses from the Sundayschools will open the doors for the patrons and conduct them to the various department The churches expect to make more during the fortnight than they would in six months with the ordinary fairs and sociables A Bridal Dressbox One of the most delightful and suggestive things for a wedding present is a large whiteenamelled box capable of holding the bridal dress It is lined with tufted white satin delicately perfumed and it is ornamented on the outside with the brides initals in silver the lock being made of the same metal and the straps being of white leathea Altogether it is as bridal a looking article and as the heart of women could desire and the snowy whiteness gives a decided touch of that delicacy which is inseparable from garments intended to be worn or what should almost of necessity be the greatest day in the life of women One Hundred Dollars A Box- is the value H A Tisdale Sninmerton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazil Salve He says I had the piles for 20 years I tried many doctors and medicines but all failed except De Witts WIth Hazel Salye It cured me It is a combination of the heal log properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients relieves and permanently cures blind bleeding itch lug and protruding plies sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases 1m Low Rates to Southwest On the first and third Tues days of each month the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way and round trip tickets at one half the regular rate plus S2 00 to points in Missouri Ar kansas Louisiana and Texas allowing stop over going and return limit of 21 days This unusually low rate 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 growing or any of the multiplied industries that are building prosperous towns and cities person of limited means desiring a home this section of country offers greater inducements that per haps any place onearth The fertility of soil exceedingly low prices of land mild open winters long growing seasons enabling two and three crops to be made off the sarneground combines a greater number of advantages than may be found elsewhere Any of the following literature desrciptiveof thecountry and its recourses along the flue of the Cotton Belt Route will be sent free toanyperson upon application Homes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Missouri Arkansas and N W Louisiana Through Texas with a Camera Fortunesin Growing Fruits and Vegetables The Diversier a truckgrowerstlourna1 E WiABEAUM- EJjGPTACottonBeltRoute r tf I St Louis Mo There are 4604 languagesJ- in the world and its inhabitants profess more than 1000 ijreligions The number of men is about equal to the number of women The average lengthof life is about 33 years bf 1000 persons only one reaches 100 years of life of every 100 six reach the age of 65 and not more than one in 100 lives 80 years The Ship Subsidy The advocates of the ship subsidy steal have realized that the organization of the Morgan shipping syndicate has been injurious to their cause in public opinion and have shown in disposition to lie low The nearest ap proach to open advocacy for several weeks is the stress laid on the proposal of the British subsidy of 750000 to the Cunard line It is to be observed however that the house of commons has not ap proved of the Cunard subsidy and that a house committee has denounced it as fertile and unjust Greot Britain furnishes no argument for the Frye subsi dy scheme All known gov ernment aid to merchant marine is in four different forms 1 Direct subsidy for the building and operation of merchant ships of every class 2 subsidy for special lines for the postal service on de finite routes 3 payments for carrying the mails ard 4 premiums for steamships on condition that in case of war the government may call them into service as cruisers France Italy AustriaHun gary and Japan of the mari time nations alone have adopt ed the first or narrowest form directsubsidy and the Frye bill attempts to introduce the system here France which has gone deepest into the system is paying nearly 10 000000 a year in various formsGreat Britain and Germany are both paying under the secondthird and fourth heads and the United States is paying a million and threequar ters annually for carrying foreign mails Norway with itsgrowingshippinginterests pays nothing Germany pays the North German Lloyd SI 387500 for its mail service to China Japan New Guinea and Australia TheHamburg American line also receives 532500 for its share in this service which is an auxiliary of the German colonel system But it is to be especially ob served that the great growth of German transportation is in the trade with the United States which has alone made it possible and profitable to float such ships as the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse The HamburgAmerican line and the North German Lloyd in this transatlantic trade re ceive not a dollar of public money save the payments un der contract for swiftly car rying the ocean mails which constitute no subsidy There is nothing in the ex perience of these foreign countries to justify the intro duction of the system in this country The subsidized Ger man and British lines hold their own againts the subsi dized French lines and there is nothing in the idea of sup porting tines that are profti ble except a delusive concep tion of pride What pride a country should have in a mer chant marine that cannot maintain itself is Iomething worthy of prolonged thought Indianapolis Sentinal Where Licorice Grows On the banks of the Tigris and the Euphrates the licorice plant is chieflygrown These great rivers flows through IItivatedland For three months of the year the winds blow and the temperature reaches 104 degreesFor ix months of the year the climate is moderate and salubrious and for three months bleak and wintry the thermometer going down to3O degrees at night One Quallity Frequently Lacking Doyou believe thategotism and genius go together Not always There would be a lot more jjenius if they did IiThomas M Sharp of Nich olas has announced his can didacy for Rep senativ from the counties off Nicholas and Robertson subjecb to the primary 18 He is the present RepreIenative BUSY BEE GASH STORE ll HAS MOVED eg To their Handsome Building on Main street OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE EmbroideriesWash onfirstclassWe havejust placed on sale the largest and most up to date line o- fearpets e MattingLinolems etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cashfprices will repay you for a look through this department alwayshavea vite you WD OLDHAMBUSY co GEESE WANiED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will alsbuy 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 TH- ELexingtont Democrat v- v is THE ONLYI DAIL- YDemocratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region +lit eepeclally devoted to interest ot Cernocrat tIt and I yeS all the wit nor Subscription Price 500 a Year I1Cents a Week by Canlert jt W P WALTONED- ITORb AND MOR c Lexington s Kentucky rr Mrs Laura S Webb TlcoPresldent Woman Demo craUc Clubs of Northern Ohio I dreaded the change of life which was fast Approaching noticed Wine of to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the first month so kept oa taking It for three months and now I menstruate with no pin and I shall take U off and en until I have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womband ovarian troubles do not wear off Theyfollow a woman to the change o not wait but talce Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trouble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any Wine of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was in danger When to the change cf life Mrs Webbs letter mean more to you than it does now But may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell 81 bottles of Wine of Car- dulNEoFARDW MY NAME IS I THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINST addressGeneral Grand Opening Of JPcZ11 Siwitings Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever maketoSuit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We belowforeingn Stouffer Mahler TAILORS departmentloisvills italic RilroQ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or yeraalUesLavrrencebarg Siiel and ClncJnuatl ugton345pm MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and t154am Cincinnati 1Ir m 335nFromMIUer O U BROWNING Gen Mgr KrRARichmond Ky Low Rates oa Rode Island Padfic Railway zad the C UG Railway On the first and third Tuesdays of November December January Feb ruary March and April tickets both one way and round trip Win be sold to points in Arkansas Colorada Kansas Nebraska Now Mexico and Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly reduced rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid vesii bnled trains If you are going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage of these very low rates ratlltdress G D BACON D P A HOWARD JOUY T P A No S8 East Fourth tf StI +++ CALL AT +JONES MERSH01U SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs Bennlne Siratoja Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St Gas Reduction companymateriallyIt has been encouraged by increased prtsentyeara discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu sftrDee175IlirBut given beailowedhis gas bill on or before the 10 of fe intlibtplto payItheIRCipectfnlly decItf Jo THECLIMA SO A Ytaf Or iLi 7 i j I r tt 1 he Richmond Climax I O CHHNAULT President A D MILLER Manager KOBTSCHOVE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 28 1903 PUBLlaHKUXVEBV WKDKICSDATBT The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTQN IOffOR COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Announcements We arc authorized to announce F J PER KINS ot Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of JMadUon county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C crUQQdas a candidate for Jailer of Madison i tinnty subject to the action of the Demo crItIC party The following statement has hen given out regarding the probable entrance fees that vi II be charged in the Demo eritic primary in May for the various State offices For Gov ii nor 2500 for Auditor 2 200 for Lieutenant Governor S WOfor Attorney General Si- oo for Secretary of State Si- 3O for Superintendan tof Public Instruction 1800 Clerk of fie Court of Appeals 1800- a id for CoramissionergrAgriv eilture 1700 The total am ount to be collected from the vjrious candidates is 16000 VENEZUELAS Foreign Min i ster the secretary to President Castro and the War Minister unite in declaring t hat the Panther fired the first shot on Fort San Carlos sijd say the attack was plan i d in Berlin Numerous con lurences were held Sunday r mister Bowen and repre ss natives of the Powers overt he Venezuelan controversy mJ1 early settlement is jomised The joint answer of the Powers to Castros third proposition is expected in a few days and if the Ven lZ dun Presidents guarantee Ks accepted the immediate raising of the blockade will follow WHAT is the matter over in Clark There seems to be a scarcity of candidates since up to the present time neith er party has been able to find a man who wants to go to the legislature from that county A WARM local option election was held at Georgetown last week in which the license people won by a small majority We suppose from the re stilt that Dr Young was away from home HON LESLIE CoMusarrived i GuatemalaCity Sunday to assume his duties of Ameri iaii Minister to that country Two earthquakes were felt and a volcano opened for bus i less near by the same day CFlomCo LEXINGTON KY 1 q h j Clearance Sa1eAt no time and under no consideration has it been our good fortune to offer to the buying public anything to equal the bargains in Carpets DraperiespO Furniture Wall Paper Wood Mantels we are offering in this Sal- eDont overlook This opportunity I CtFHrowerCOi VAIN AND BROADWAY 1LXXIN TON fXyt From Tree J1o Barllel A Trip Through theHurneeoopp erage Bos Plants t l7HE EVOLUTION OF THE BARREL Its a that the barrel stave makes from the tree to the fihisshedjproduotvibuli modern machinery has so annihilated now is hustled and hammer ed and squeezedthe barrens finished tested and ready for the market before the onlooker realizes that it is in the making We were shown through the Hume Cooperage Cos works one day last week and were newly impressed with the extensiveness of the plant and its perfect equipment To follow the route from the drykiln to the warehouse one must go through smoke and fire and steampass whirling saws and rasping lathes and so rapid is the progress from one machine to the next that is almost impossible forone not accustomed to the place to keep up with the barrel in its passageEighteen thousand staves are worked up every day and an army of men are at work in the mountains year in and year out to supply the factory The staves are sawed and stacked to season after which they are placed in the dry kiln where they remain from seventeen to twenty days When taken from the dry kiln they pass to the jointer to be put into proper shape After this the barrel is set up and hooped ai One end and passed through a steaming process then to the windlass where it is drawn into shape and the hoop is placed on the other end The barrel is then placed over a heating furnace where it is thoroughly dried and then is ready to be charred It passes into a hugh vice to be leveled from which it goes toanother machine to be crozed It is here inspected again and if found fit is headed up hooped and goes to its final test This inspector tries it with steam under high pressure the slighest leakage being easily detected If it leaks it is thrown back otherwise itis bung ed and sent to the warehouse as perfect a barrel as was ever made The construction of a barrel is wonderful The old coopers used to say that all the other work might be done by machinery but the hoops would have to be put on by hand Now a boy by working a lever can drive the hoops on almost as fast as he can count then The Chinaman tried for two thousand years to learn how to put both heads in a barrel and cant do it yet without leaving a man inside When jou stand enoughTheen terprises even without the other works The heading fac tory is equipped with the best machinery and employs about fifteen men It easily supplies both the hand shop and the factory There are about forty men employed in the hand shop The HumeGooprage Cos hand made barrels have for years had the reputation all over the country of being the very best in the market The present demand for them shows what they are npw There are now about two hundred men employed in the factory under the supervision of thirteen1 foremen with a weekly pay roll of 2000 The business is so systemtized that the whole force moves like clock work close attention being paid to the minutest details The staves are inspected twice before going into the factory and after the barrel is put up it is examained by three inspectors at different stages of its construction Every hoop and head has to be satis factory before accepted The main warehouse has a capaci ty of fifteen thousand barrels and although the factory is now turning out about 1000 barrels every day it is never full lppthejreasdn that it is almost impossible to supply the everydayKIRKS VTiZL Dr Fry and wile who are in FJorida are sending us glowing descriptions of the land oil flowcis andof tho nice things they are having to eat Quite a number of Kirksvillo people are spending the winter in Floiida I imagine if they could see how bright the sun has been shining here they would wish themselves back in Old KentuckyMiss Ross returned home last week from Edinghurg Ind where she had a most delightful visit During the recent freezehemp breaking was in full progress but the thaw put a stop to it for a while Miss Maggie Layton spent Saturday and Sunday in Crab Orchard with her aunt Mrs Maggie Robinson The crop of corn in this cection was so large that quite a number of our farmers are not through gathering yet Mr James R Henry wife and daughter went to Richmond last Tues day to attend the dedication and sup per at the L 0 O F hall They re port a most enjoyable time The ladies of of the Baptist church at this place are preparingto give an ice ceam supper on Valentine day at the Normal College Music will beafeature pf the entertainment The proceeds will be used on the building fund Rev J M Bruce of the Baptist church has a unanimous call for the second year He has during the past yeardono a grand work in this vicinIty the church has doubled its member ship Mr JT Coys children who have beeaii with theBwhcopingcongh better In fact all of the children around town who have this disease are doing nicely Mrs Elijah Prather with her new born babe in her arms was buried in the Gilead cemetery Mis Loe Prewitt is the guest of friends at Lamsistor this week The young people of this place have organized a library Alt wlo are in terested in reading good books are invited to take a membership Mr B F Gulley has sold his horse and buggy for a handsome priCe Ho expects to movto CaIeiifIiL hopes to be able to coback tohis office work at an early date Tho farmers in this section are begin ningto open up their spring work Mr RK Baker has moved into the Hagail property Wo gladly wlecomn Mr 3aker and his accomplished wife into our midst Quite a number of new scholars en teretl Secrcst College at the le inning of the Spring term STATE OF Ouio CITY OP TOLEDO 1 LDCAS COUNTY J FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city oi Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRAUm J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in m vi presence tliisGth dayof Decem berA11886 JI i4 A W GLEASON- I SEAS Rotary Public Halts Catarrh Cure is taken inter- nalytidacts directly 6n the blood and mbcons surfaces of the cErsigm Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold DruBiristR 75c HklUs Family Pills uru life best THR mid winter session of the Kentucky Press Association was held in Louisville yesterday afternoon The principal subject under dis cussion was the advertising law About forty editors representing all sections of the State were present ITHE Irish societies of the States are arranging to take concerted action in be half of Col Arthur Lynch A conference was held in New York last night and a com mittee was appointed to ar range plans of action JUDGE ROBERT RIDDELL of Irvine has announced his candidacy for Circuit Judge of the Twentythird judicial district to succeed the in cumbent Judge D B Red wine EDITOR N G GONZALES who was recently shot at Columbia S C by Governor James H Tillmanis dead TO OTJUS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Y M C A Notes The annual convention of tha Shelby county Young Mens Christian Asso ciations was hold in Shelbyville last week The Y M 0 A annual roports throughout the worM Asociatiomms 7507 mbmbera 1020721 contribu tions 12000000 value bf buildings 32000000 After the mens meeting Sunday the members tf the Richmond Association elected the following officers 0 C Wallace President 0 B Woods Vice President SecretaryGeoDavidDnun Treasurer JasJ Neale i Prof Barrett Committee These men will constitute the execu livn Committee ot the local association and will manage its affairs All are well known and no belt 05 selection could be made The mens meetings showed a much better attendance for the month of January 1903 than a year ago The meetings have been kept at a highs standardand are a practical help to men Mr C 0 Wallace will be the leader Sunday The topic is Keep Thyself Pare A meeting of men at Shepherds Opera House Itirksville Is called for next Sundayfdr the purpose ofrorgaii iztng au Association in that village With the men they have to start the work there and the interest manifested there is promise of a good work there Paitit Lick Association elected the- following officers it their last busisess meeting YicePresTreasurer WvG Tudor iTh t Asso elation Las made a splendid record in arebeIsh RELIGIOUS Roy Sanford M Logan formerly of this city has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian chuach at Wilmorej DEATMfc OHENAULT This community was very much shocked on last Wednes darto learqof the death of Professor David Acfienault at his home aLPine Grove near Lexington Ills health hiadeotfie time but the immediate cause of his death was pneumonia with which he suffered only one week Prof Chenault was a native of this county being a brother to Colonel Overton II and C D Olsen anlt of Lexington and Mrs P II Eastin and Mrs W D Watts of Fayette county Deceased was about 40 years old and was one of the best known educators in the State For quite a while ho conducted a1 school at Woodland Purl later he taught n pri vate school in Louisville Ho finally became engaged in the insurance busi ness but owing to failing health he moved out to Pino Grove and engaged in farming Professor Chenault married Miss Bettio Dronston of this city who with two children Miss Nettle B and Walter survives him His remains were brought to thts city pn last Thursday over the L N and interred in the Richmond Cemetery A large circle of friends and relatives join in tenderest and deepest sympa thy for the bereaved family ASIIEB Mr John Asher aged 63 years died very suddenly at his home near Red House on last Tuesday Ee had been confined to his bed for sometime with Grippe but had recovered snrHcently to be up He bad just finished his dinner and was standing before the fire when he loll frward and expired in a momen- tBEOADDUsIn the death of Mr Jerry Broaddus which occured at his late homo near Moberly last Tuesday morning the county loses a splendid citizen and lila community a kind friend and good neighbor Mr Broad dus was seventy nine years of age and was a native ef this county He is sur vived by Isis wife and seven children Elbridge Andrew and Jerry Broaddus of this county Mrs T L Todd and Mrs W D Barney of Ford and Wil liam and Lycurgus Broaddus who live in Missouri Mr Brcaddus was dur ing his active life one of time most prominent farmers of the county He was a public spirited citizen and always took an interest in all ailairs pertain lug to the advancement and improvement of his community Ills long life was well spent and its influence will long be felt in his community The funeral took place at the residence Wednesday after which the burial oc curred in the family burying ground CHALLIS Mrs Pattie Challis died at her home in the eastern part of the city on Saturday after a long illness of consumption Funeral services were conducted at the residence on Monday morning by Rev II G Turner after which her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery MAKES Mrs Margaret Marrs died at her home in Lancaster on last Satur day at the age af 78 years Deceased had been in poor health for some time past and on account of her advanced age she couldnt well battle with di sease She was the wife of Mr Stephen Marrs and mother or Mr John Marrs the popular and congenial clerk at Hotel Glyndon to whom we extend our sincerest sympathy The funeral services were conducted Sunday by Rev C M Ohumbly ot tlw Presbyterian church and Dr E H Pearce after which her burial took place in the Lan caster Cemeter- yPuitELLMrs Littleton Purnell died Saturday at her home in Paris after an illness extending over a number of days Mrs Purnell was formerly Miss Sadie Baughman of thlscitywhere- she has numerous friends who will be pained to learn of her early demiso she being only 19 years old Besides her grielstricken young husband her parents and two sisters and a brother Mr Virgil Baughman of this place are left to mourn her loss To all of these we extend our tenderest and deepest sym patbyHISLEA long and useful life was brought to a close Monday night when Mrs Kittie Hisle passed from the scene of her earthly labors Mrs Hisle was the daughter of John Finnell one of the pioneers of Booneeboro andwas born in Clark county Had she lived until March she would have been 94 years of age In early life she married Wesley Hisle who was one of the leading farmers of tLis county She is survIved by five sons and two daugh ters Messrs Willis Algan Walker John and Roy Hisle Mrs Robert Cov ington and Mrs Coleman McKinney all of whom live in this county She also has one sister livintr Mrs Lottie Williams of Vienna Clark countywbo- is 101 vears of age Forsometime past Mrs II isle has made her home with her son Algan Ilisle at Waco at whose house she died She was a life long member of the Methodist church and always took a great interest in all churchwork Tim burial takes place today in time Covington family burying ground near Waco- WALKEKMr CD Walker of Manchester Clay county died in this city Saturday at the age of 27 years Deceased bad been in poor health for some time and had been undergoing treatment here His remains were shipped to his hone Sunday for inter ment To The Public Smallpox is prevailing to an alarming extent throughout the State and throughout this county The only protection is vaccination Therefore we call upon all citizens to have themselves and their families vac cinatedThe School Superintendant and teachers are instructed to allow no child Admitted to the public schoel vtho has not been recently vaccinated We ask you to read carefully Chapter 119 Ky Statutes Sections 4608 4609 4610 on the subject of vaccination Those who are now sick or have been exposed to smallpox will be prose cuted under Sec 4607 Chapter 119 Ky Statutes for any violation of that law W M GIBSON J M POYXTZ Health Office D HM C jan2S2t Entered In CbmWaailon Safe Mr Mat S Cohen has entered his Imported Hackney Stallion Militia 2186 in the combination sale at the Madison County Stock Yards on Feb ruary 1112 Mr Cohen is anxious that Madison county parties should buy his horse and will make the sale on twelve months time withgood notetf OX k1Ois directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried Ijy the Mainlstreet butchers The mail order 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 please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Ilggs and other Prodtiqe and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we willprove our sincerity to serve you promptly y Douglas SSL CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky t+ ++4 ++++ r+ 4r4+ +i tof SPECIAL ot 4 +++ ++4 + See Sbackelfords Window full of blue graniteware twice as heavy and half the cost of any ever offered before tf Patronize home Inc ustfy by buying the Dip lull Coal Cos coal Letcher Witt agents Also best Jellicn and Kentucky coals Phon 142 declO2m 150000 hard brick for sale at 8 per thousand by D C Wijqjins Bro In quire at New Opera House or grocery on Irvine street oct29tf Meat dishes 10 cunts each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per poucd TEN CENT STORE Next door to Gov rnwent Bldg For Rent The old Simmons residence and two and onehalf acres of land on the Irivne pike For particulars call on tf E BERRY For Sale Three good jacks apss from one to eight years for sale privately For particulars call on or address DiLLnn BEKKYMAJT Brassfield Ky Military Bounty Lind Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send par ticulars to R K KellEY Baird build jug Kansas City Mo IInllsee what be will givo you for it 1 mo R K KEILEY tor Rent Onr Store house 101x18 ft Two storys and basemeat 2JS Main ttreeb Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dee 4tf John IT Taylor Son Gift Time is coming and yon can make your friends happy at little cost to your self if you choose your remembrances from our stock wo cant give a list of the timings we have and wouldnt if we could because wo want you to call and see tf I E Lane Stops tho Cough and Works o2 the cord Laxative Bromo Qunine Tablets cure a cold ill one day lo cure no PlY Price 25 cents Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges tf Solid Silver Ware Solid silver knives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas spoons in endless variety tf L E Lane retReat Residence on Lancaster Avenue si rooms with bath room Good eta ble and garden Apply tj dec3 tf George D Simmons Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the re turn or any information leading to re covery Charlej Terrill dee 31tr Richmond Ky For Sale I have placed in my hards for Sale a store house and dwolliag attached located ii Estill county on the RIch- mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a goodullivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser Everttt Witt Smo Richmond Ky VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Miss Same Fowler is tick at the home of S C Johns Tuesday was payday at the Southern Lumber Cos saw mill County Assessor George Noland of Union City was here yesterday on business Russell the 12yearold non of Mrs D B Swafford is dangerouslysick with pneumonia Virgil McClanahan and vife are the proud parents of a girl bay that ar rived at their home since oUr last issue There arrived at the hme of Mr and Mrs B C Crow Monday a baby boyWihhIamnJeiikiims of Newby bought storeroom now occupied by him from R J Heathman Time twoyearold child of Burrell Coats living near Million was seriously burned one day last week by falling in to an open fireplace Louis Stone was struck hi the left eye by a piece of steel whilo working at the Southern Lumber Cqta sawmill Monday Prof R C Adams will close his singing school at this place next Saturday night Prof Adams ha1 been Very successful in securing large classes at this place which proves his ability as musical instructor Lease Cancelled Prof B C Bageiman for jneily prin cipal of Madison Instituteljknd a man wellknown hero btitwluo r several years has been principal ofj Hamilton College at Lexington hns l en reliev ed of his charge At a recet meeting of the Board of Trustees hilt five year lease was cancelled which cancellation will take effect in June at tie close of the present term Prof jlagerinau protested very vigorously a a proceeding claiming that according to the terms of his first lease he should be Allowed to continue his 1how ever was overruled Kentucky Uni versity holds and controls finrjjrity of the stock and will in the i itufo take bold of and run Hamiltoj College Prof Hagermana many nds here will follow hIs movements J4l interest and will wish hIm muc i success iu his new undertaking at he same time trusting he will lod to somewhere near p Land and Stock Sales Mt Sterling Court About 1000 cattle in the ranket Time quality of the stock offered was plain which is usual at this season of the year Trade was easy buyers claiming that prices were too high 800 lbcattle sold at 41 hut the bulk of sales were at 4cts Yearlings at 4 to 4 the latter price being for some steers sold by the head heifers at 3 to 3 cts i cows at 2 to 3cts calves at lids Small crowd- a the pens and a good many cattle left over for the Tuesday trade A pair of fine mare mules 16 hands that an offer of 375 was refused SlOO being asked IGhandmules sold at 150 Quite a number of horses sold for the southern market sold at from 05 to 100 BEREA From the Citizen Mr C M Kawlings our former towsman but now of Panola was In town Saturday L FSawyerfatherof MrsHMJones hasTirrired from Ottawa Kan and will make his home with Prof and Mrs Jones Mr Arthur foreman at the brickyard is moving into the A F Robinson property formerly occupied by C H Blythe Prof M E Marsh has moved into the Fairchild property Sam Mason now occupies the Lester house vacated by Prof Marsh Mr and Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter Adelaide left Monday for their nosy home in SufTern a suburb of New York City Vm Hart of Fairland Ill brother of the late Postmaster J M Hart ar rived Wednesday for a two weeks visit with his father James Hart and other relatives and friends in this vicinity Mrs Win G Frost entertained the students whose homes she visited last summerat her home Wednesday night Enjoyable cames were providedand refreshments were served Prof and Mrs IAV Dodge delight fully entertained a number of tIe new teachers at dinner Friday evening Those present were Tutors Literal Wallace and Lindsley and Misses Bybee Raymond Hagau and Minckley Rev John Dodwell left early Wednesday morning for Big Stone Gap Va He goes at the call of his presid ing cider who promises to give him plenty of work in that field On every band regrets are expressed at Brother Dod wells leaving Berea Strlngless beans and canned pump kin at Fraza Cros Second street phone 165 Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky that section 61 of the ordinances of said city beamend ed so as to read 1 No owner oi horse mule cattle or other stock shall permit the same to run at large upon the streets alleys or uninclosed lots or places itr the city of Richmond Any person violating the provision of this ordinance shall be fined not lees than one dollar nor more than five dollars for each offense 2 Should any horse mule cow ho or other cattle or stock be found going at large in violation of thojordinance the same may be taken up by the Chief of Police or any policeman and driven or conveyed to the public pound or Qther place disiguated by the city council for keeping such stock and there shall be kept until disposed of as hereafter authorized and directed 3 The person taking up such animals shall forthwith make a state ment of the fact In writing under oath and in said statement shall state the name of the owier if known and If not known said person shall so state in said affidavit Said statement shall be filed in the Richmond Police Court and kept there as apart of its records If said affidavit shall disclose the name of the ownerof such animal the Judge of said court shall issue a sum mona against said owner commanding him to appear in said court on the next day thereafter to show cause if any he can why such animal so taken up shall not be sold to satisfy the costs and charges of taking up keeping and eell mug the same If said afOdavitshall disclose the fact that the owner of such animal is unknown or absent from Mad ison County Kentucky then said court shall make a warning order on such affidavit warning tho owner of said animal to appear before said court on or before the making of said order and show cause if any ha can why such animal shall not be sold to satisfy the costs and charges of taking up keeping and selling same and a copy of said or be posted on the courthouse door in Richmond If when such owner has been dulysummoned or warned as here inbefore provided said court shall de terminA from the evidence that there has been a violation of said ordinance by such animal having ruu at large within the limits of said city as afore said said court shall make an order in which itBhall describe the marks and give description of each animal to be sold and direct the Chief of Police of said city to sell time same to the highest bidder at public auction for cash iu hand After deducting the costs and charges of such proceedings the remainder of the proceeds shall be paid by said Chief of Pice to the City Treasurer which sum shall be held bv him subject to theI order of the former owner of such stock D R TEVIS ATT A 0 WELLS Mayor City Clerk Jan2803 rn and Courier T iazL25 a year LUCILE PETTICOATS t This season we Jell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now place bi ve hseverNovelties and Fetchy Effects But the pretty partbf these pretty goods is t avcrabyhi same goods l9ETfDUR9WNEtES BE THE JUDGE I OWEN McKEECor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY l J LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in h r tt front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods Tobooo at Worlds Fair Every tobacco grower in Kentucky is to be asked to submit samples of the weed for the exhibit to be made at the Worlds Fair This was decided upon at time meeting of the Tobacco Exhibit Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association By this method the very vest display possible will result and all sections of the State will have a part in the big showing Mr Chas D Campbell Chairman of the Committee and two other members thereol Messrs Joseph Robinson and A P Barnard are in St Louis in con sultation with Mr F W Taylor Chief 01 the Department of Agriculture in which building the tobacco exhibit will be made It is possible that they will convince Mr Taylor that all of the tobacco displays at the exposition be put in one place If they do Kentucky leading the worM in the production and manufacture will be more conspicuous than under any other circumstances Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf RichmondjKy NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties holding claims against the firm of Douglas Crutcher are requested to pre sent same to the uudersigned on or before February 15 or same Will be barred Those persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle 4t JAS Sr CRUTCER Coal and Feed We have added Hay Com and Feed Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and Madison county this class of goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle both the Jelllco and Kentucky oals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co MgrTelephone L 1 i r UNION SUITS OWEN MCKEE iI t r rf At THE GRAND t NE- XTTuesday e Peb 3rd Phil Hunter Company Music Magic Humor Adults 50 cents Children under 14 25 cents Reserved Seats Free dc 1 tf jlU cjti r Most Beaiiifiil iLLine of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in RichPIonde now be found at my f The Best and most up to date markets in the United States bVebeeiro ihtrwiththe result that today no v JryGoods House in Central Ky canout class our vast mylineThe Millinery Department is in every particular firstrclass and you can see the beautiful falstles- byr calling at store Giveme i- allbeforegoing elsewhere IE E SMITHA I T he Richmond Climax r O CHHNAULT President A D lILLERManagereOUTBCBOWE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 28 1003 roBLisuKU xvxnv WMJNICSDAY BT Th Q Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE nON J M BENTONf- OJ 1 Clark County FOR COMMON AEAUTH8 ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WIIITE2- lnnouzzccnzcnts We are authorized to announce F J PBR KiNSof Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of adlion county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C rUdCJdas a candidate for Jailer of Madison ounty subject to the action of the Demo cnlc party The following statement has lun given out regarding the probable entrance fees that vill be charged in the Demo cratic primary in May for the various State offices For Gov ernor 2500 for Auditor 2 2QO for Lieutenant Governor- S X0for Attorney GeneralSl 1500 for Secretary of State 1 8O for Superin tendant of Pubic Instruction 1800 Clerk of tie Court of Appeals 1800- a id for Commissioner pfAgriv t ilture 1700 The total am ount to be collected from the v irious candidates is 16000 VENEZUELAS Foreign Min i tor the secretary to Presi dent Castro and the War Minister unite in declaring that the Panther fired the ii rat shot on Fort San Carlos aid say the attack was plan i din Berlin Numerous con Krences were held Sunday by l mister Bowen and repre ti natives of the Powers overt iC Venezuelan controversy ji ml early settlement is I omised The joint answer of the Powers to C stros third proposition is expected in a few days and if the Ven uulan Presidents guarantee us accepted the immediate raising of the blockade will follow WHAT is the matter over in Clark There seems to be a scarcity of candidates singe u to the present time neith er party has been able to find si man who wants to go to the legislature from that county A WARM local option elec- tiOn was held at Georgetown last week in which the license people won by a small majori ty We suppose from the re Stilt that Dr Young was away from home HON LESLIE CosIBsairived- i i GuatemalaCity Sunday to sissume his duties of Ameri can Minister to that country Two earthquakes were felt and a volcano opened for bus i less near by the same day CFlomCo LEXINGTON KY Clearance Sa1eAt no time and under no consideration has it been our good fortune to offer to the buying public anything to equal the bargains in J CarpetsDraperies Furniture Wall Paper Wood Mantels we are offering in this Sal- eDont overlook This opportunity r MowerCoi VAiN AND BROADWAY iLXIN TN Y il From Tree fTJ3rre1 2Jf Trip Through the f1ImejQoJ erage eos PJfant i I l THEiv EVOLUTION f j OF THE BARREL Its a lofftrithat the barrel stave makes from the tree to the finish Yiodut but modern machinery has so annihilated timetl now stave is hustled and hammer ed and squeezedthe barrel is finished tested and ready for the market before the onlooker realizes that it is in the making We were shown through the Hume Cooperage Cos works one day last week and were newly impressed with the extensiveness of the plant and its perfect equipment To follow the route from the drykiln to the warehouse one must go through smoke and fire and steampass whirling saws and rasping lathes and so rapid is the progress from one machine to the next that is almost impossible for one not accustomed to the place to keep up with the barrel in its passageEighteen thousand staves are worked up every dajrand an army of men are at work in the mountains year in and year out to supply the factory The staves are sawed and stacked to season after which they are placed in the dry loIn where they remain from seventeen to twenty days When taken from the dry kiln they pass to the jointer to be put into proper shape After this the barrel is set up and hooped at one end and passed through a steaming process then to the windlass where it is drawn into shape and the hoop is placed on the other end The barrel is then placed over a heating furnace where it is thoroughly dried and then is ready to be charred It passes into a hugh vice to be leveled from which it goes to another machine to be crozed It is here inspected again and if found fit is headed up hooped and goes its final test This inspector tries it with steam under high pressure the slighest leakage being easily detected If it leaks it is thrown back otherwise itis bung ed and sent to the warehouse as perfect a barrel as was ever made The construction of a barrel is wonderful The old coopers used to say that all the other work might be done by machinery but the hoops would have to be put on by hand Now a boy by working a lever can drive the hoops on almost as fast as he can count then The Chinaman tried for two thousand years to learn how to put both heads in a barrel and cant do it yet without leaving a man inside When you standby and see the heads slip in it seems simple enough The heading factory and hand shop would be big enterprises even without the other works The heading fac tory is equipped with the best machinery and employs about fifteen men It easily supplies both the hand shop and the factory There are about forty men employed in the hand shop The Hume Cooperage Cos hand made barrels have for years had the reputation all over the country of being the very best in the market The present demand for them shows whatthey are nowVThere are now about two hundred men employed in the factory under thesupervision of thirteen foremen with a weekly pay roll of 2000 1he business is so systemtized that the whole force moves like clock work close attention being paid to the minutest details The staves are inspected twice before going into the factory and after the barrel is put up it is examained by three inspectors at different stages of its construction Every hoop and head has to be satis factory before accepted The main warehouse has a capaci ty of fifteen thousand barrels and although the factory is now turning out about 1000 barrels every day it is never full for the reason that it is almost impossible to supply the immediate demand Five carloads are shipped out every day K1RKSVILLE Dr Fry and wife who arc in FJoritla are sending us glowing descriptions of the land oIl flowots and of the nice things they arejiaving to eat Quito a number of Kirksville people are spending the winter in Florida I imagine if they could see how bright the sun has been shining here they would wish themselves back in Old Kentucky Miss Lina Ross returned home last week from Edingburc Ind where she had a most delightful visit During the recent freezehemp break lug was in full progress but tho thaw put a stop to it for a while Miss Maggie Layton spent Saturday and Sunday in Crab Orchard with her aunt Mrs Maggie Robinson The crop of corn in this section was so large that quite a number of our farmers are not through gathering yet Mr James U Henry wife and daughter went to Richmond last Tues day to attend the dedication and sup per at the L O 0 F hall They report a most enjoyablo time The ladies of of the Baptist church at this place are preparingto give an ice creamsuppBr on Valentine day at the Normal College Music will be a feature pfythe eiitertainmenU Tile proceeds will be used on the building fund Rev J M Bruce of the Baptist church has a unanimous call for the second year He has during the past yeardono a grandwork in this vicinity the church line doubJed its member ship Mr JT Coys children who have beeaIWVithl thejwhcopingcongh are better In fact nIl of the children around town who have this disease are doing nicely Mrs Elijah Prather with her new born babe in her arms was buried in the Gilead cemetery Miss Lee Prewitt Is tire guest of friends at Lanrastor this week The young people of this place have organized a library All wbo are interested in reading good books are invited to take a membership- Mr B F Gulley tins sold his horse and buggy for a handsome price He expects to move to Caleaet arid hopes to be able to go back tohis office work at an early date The farmers in this section are begin ning to open up their spring work Mr RK Baker has moved into the flagan property Wo gladly wlecomn Mr Baker and his aaccomplished wife into our midstVQuite a number of new scholars en tered Secrtst College at the Leginning of the Spring term STATE OF Oiiio CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY FKANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partnnr of the firm of F J Cheney Ccf doing business in the city of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for erich and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure f FRANICJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 18SO j A W GLEASON SEAL JKbtary PubliC HAils Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally aiic acts directly oj the blood and mucous surfaces otthe fE stern Send for testimonials free t CHENEXCoTpledo 0- sab 1i Dru175cVHalls PillulWthe bestf THI mid winter session of the Kentucky Press Associa tion was held in Louisville yesterday afternoon The principal subject under dis cussion was the advertising law About forty editors representing all sections of the State were present THE Irish societies of the United States are arranging to take concerted action in be half of Col Arthur Lynch A conference was held in New York last night and a committee was appointed to ar range plans of action JUDGE ROBERT RIDDELL of Irvine has announced his candidacy for Circuit Judge of the Twentythird judicial district to succeed the in cumbent Judge D B Red wine EDITOR N G GONZALES who was recently shot at Columbia S C by Governor James H Tillmanis dead TOOUE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each boxV 25 centsV YMCANotesV The annual convention of the Shelby county Young Mens Christian Associations was held in Shelby ville last week The Y M C A annual reports throughout the world Asocuttioiis 7507 moinbers 1620721 cpntribu tioiSs 12000000 Talue bf buildings 32000000 After the mens meeting Sunday the members bf the Richmond Association elected the following officers OC Wallace President C E Woods Vice Preside W R Bybee Bee Secretary Geo p Simmons Cor Secretary David Dunn Treasurer JIISJ t Prof Barrettommstteo These men will constitute the execu tivn Committee of toe local association and will manage its affairs All are well known and no beltcj selection could be madeVThe mens meetings showed a much better attendance for the month of January 1903 than a year ago The meetings have been kept at a highs standard and are a practical help to men Mr C 0 Wallace will be the leader Sunday The topic is Keep Thyself Pure A meeting of mn at Shepherds Opera House Kirksyille is called for next SundayVIor t1e purpose oforgan izing an Association in that village With the men they have to start the work there mid the interest manifested there is promise of a good work there Paiiit Lick Association elected the following officers at their last business meeting JPresJ r W G Casenbnrg Vice Free Her rYMeore Sec W F Champ Treasure rtW CF Tudor That Isoclation has inado a splendid record in their past earannd j dyance Bteps are being planned f RELIGiOUS Rev Sanford M Logan formerly of this city Las been called to the pastor ate of the Presbyterian chuach at Wihmorct j 1 DEATHS OHENAULT This community was very much shocked on last Wednesday to learno the death ol Professor David A Chenault at his homo aLPine Grove near Lexington Ills health had Geetrpoor fo some lime but the immediate cause of his death was pneumonia with which he suffered only one week Prof Chenault was a native of this county being a brother to Colonel Overton H and C D Chen anlt of Lexington and Mrs P II Eastin and Mrs W D Watts of Fayette county Deceased was about 40 years old and was one of the best known educators in the State For quite u while ho conducted a school at Woodland Park later he taught a pri vate school in Louisville Ho finally became engaged in the insurance busi ness but owing to failing health he moved out to Pine Grove and engaged in farming Professor Chenault married Miss Bettio Bronston of this city vho with two children Miss Nettie B and Walter survives him His remains were brought to this city pn last Thursday over the L N and interred in the Richmond Cemetery A large circle of friends and relatives join in tenderest and deepest sympa thy for the bereaved family ASHEK Mr John Asher aged 63 years died very suddenly at his home near Red House on last Tuesday lie had been confined to his bed for sometime with Grippe but had recovered snfficently to be up He had just finished his dinner and was standing before the fire when he fell frward and expired in a moment- BROADDUSIn the death of Mr Jerry Broaddus which occured at his hate homo nearMoberly last Tuesday morning the county loses a splendid citizen and his community a kind friend and good neighbor Mr Broad dus was seventy nine years of age and was a native of this county lie is sur vived by his wife and seven children Elbridge Andrew and Jerry Broaddus of this county Mrs T L Todd and Mrs W D Barney of Ford and William and Lycurgus Broaddus who live in Missouri Mr Brcaddus was during his active life one of the most prominent farmers of the county He was a public spirited citizen and always took an interest in all affairs pertain lug to the advancement and improvement of his community Ills long life was well spent and its influence will long be felt in his community The funeral took placo at the residence Wednesday after which the burial oc curred in the family burying ground CIIALUS Mrs Pattie Challis died at her home in the eastern part of the city on Saturday after a long illness of consumption Funeral services were conducted at the residence on Monday morning by Rev H G Turner after which her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery MARKS Mrs Margaret Marrs died at her home in Lancaster on last Satur day at the age af 78 years Deceased had been in poor health for some time past and on account of her advanced age she couldnt well battle with di sense Sire was the wife of Mr Stephen Marrs and mother of Mr John Marrs the popular and congenial clerk at Hotel Glyndon to whom we extend our sincerest sympathy The funeral services were conducted Sunday by Rov C1I Chumbly ot thi Presbyter ian church and Dr E H Pearcp after which her burial took place in tire Lan caster Cemetery- PIJ1NELtMrs Littleton Purnell died Saturday at her home in Paris after aa illness extending over a num ber of days Mrs Purnell was formerly Miss Sadie Baughman of thiscitywhere- she has numerous fripnds who will be pained to learn of her early demise she being only 10 years old Besides her grie stricken young husband her par ents and two sisters and a brother Mr Virgil Baughmanof tins place are left to mourn her loss To all of these we extend our tenderest and deepestsym pnthyHISLEA long and useful life was brought to a close Mondaynight when Mrs Kittie hale passed from the scene of her earthly labors Mrs Hisle was the daughter of John Finnell one of the pioneers of Booneeboro andwas born in Clark county Had she lived until March she would have been 94 years of age In early life she married Wesley Hisle who was one of the lead ing farmers of tLis county She is survIved by five sons and two daugh ters Messrs Willis Algan Walker John and Roy Hisle Mrs Robert Cov ington and Mrs Coleman McKinney all of whom live in this county She also has one sister liviner Mrs Lottie Williams of Vienna Clark countywho- is 101 vears of age For sometime past Mrs Hisle has made her home with her son Algau Hisle at Waco at whose house she died She was a life long member of the Methodist church and always took a great interest in all church work The burial takes place today in the Covington family burying ground near Waco WALKEK Mr C D Walker of Man chester Clay county died in this city Saturday at the age of 27 years De ceased had been in poor health for some time and had been undergoing treatment here His remains were shipped to his home Sunday for inter mentV To The Public Smallpox is prevailing to an alarming extent throughout the State and throughout this county The only protection is vaccination Therefore we call upon all citizens to have themselves and their families vac cinatedVThe School Suporintendant and teachers are instructed to allow no child admitted to the public school Iho has not been recently vaccinated We ask you to read carefully Chapter 119 Ky Statutes Sections 4608 4609 4610 on the subject of vaccination Those who ars now sick or havebeen exposed to smallpox will be prose cuted under Sec 4607 Chapter 119 Ky Statutes for any violation of that law W MGIBSON L M POYNTZ Health Office BHsMC jan28 2t Entered In Combination Site Mr Mat S Cohen has entered his Imported Hackney Stallion Militia 2180 in the combination sale at the Madison County Stock Yards on FEb- ruary 1112 Mr Cohen is anxious that Madison county parties should buy his horse and will make the sale on twelve months time with good nof U I fIt1 1 ovc VVis directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or proporIto please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the bent cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has aiwa S given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oysters in sea 11s VWe also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in- every instance to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sincerity to selve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky t+ ++ 4++ +1 t SPECIAL+ 4 See Sbackclfords Window full of blue graniteware twice as heay and half tho cost of any ever offered before tf Patronize home IndusU y by buying the Big lull Coal Cos coal Letcher Witt agents Also best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 14 eclO2tn 150000 hard brick for sale at f8 per thousand by D C Wiggins Bro In quireat New Opera House or grocery on Irvine street oct29tf 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 For tent The old Simmons residence and two and onehalf acres of land on the Irivne pike For particulars call en tfEBERRY For Salt Three good jacks ages from one to eight years for sale privately For particulars call on or address DILHIID BERBYMAN Brassiield Ky Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send par ticulars to R K Kelley Kurd build lug Kansas City Mo and see what he will give you for it 1 mo R K KELLEY rot Rent Onr Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and batemcat 208 Main trees Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Tay or Son Gift Time is coming and you can make your friends happy nt little cost to your self if you choose your remembrances from our stock wo cant give a list of the things we have and wouldnt if we could because we want you to call and see tf L 15 Lane Stops tho Cough and TTorlis o2 the cord Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no PlY Price 25 cents Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this ffice and paying charges tf Solid Silver Ware Solid silver kuives and forks solid silver souvenir and Xmas npoons in endless variety tf L E Lane torRentV Residence on Lancaster Avenue sirooms with bath room Good eta ble and garden Apply toVdec3 tf George D Simmons Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid fcr the return or any information leading to re covery Charles Torrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located in Estill county on the Richmond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acre of good bottom land in a good cultivfted State Will sell privately as a whole or separ ate to suit purchaser Everett Witt SmoRichmond Ky VALLEY VIEW From tire Argent Miss Sallie Fowler is sick at the home of S C Johns Tuesday was payday at the southern Lumber Cos saw mill County Assessor George Noland of Union City was here yesterday on bus inessRussell tire 12yearold eon of Mrs D B Swafford is dan erolslyslck with pneumoniaV VirJilMcClanahal1ll11d wif are the proud parents of a girl baby that ar rived at their home since our list issue There arrived at the boron of Mr land Mrs B C Crow Mondavi a baby boy William Jenkins of Newby bought storeroom now occupied by him from R J HeathmanVThe twoyearold child of Burroll Coats living near Million was iieriously burned one day last week by fulling in to an open fireplace Louis Stone was struck in the left eye by a piece of steel while w rking at the Southern Lumber Cos sawmill MondayProf R C Adams will close Iris singing school at this place nett Saturday night Prof Adams has bijen very successful in securing large classes at this place which proves his ability ae musical instructor Lease Cancelled Prof B C Hagerman formally prin cipal of Madison Institute unit a man wellknown here but who foe Several years has been principal of Hamilton College at Lexington has beel relieved of his charge At a recent Sheeting of tho Board of Trustees his 1 year lease was cancelled which cancellation will take effect in June at the close of the present term Prof Ha german protested very vigorously agamJt such a proceeding claiming that aorditrg to the terms of his first lease h should be allowed to continue ThuL how ever was overruled Kentucy Uni- vereity holds and controls a iirjjdty of the stock and will in the futto take hold of arid run Hamilton ollege Prof frienhs here will follow hismovements will interest and will wish him much uccess in harrow undertaking at tu same time triwUBfflie will beat some where rieirV Land and Stock Sales Mt Sterling Court About 1000 cattle in the raaket The quality of the stock offered was plain which is usual at this season of the year Trade was easy buyers claiming that prices were too high 800 lb cattle sold at 41 hut the bulk of sales were at 4cts Yearlings at 4 to 4 j the latter price being for some steers sold by the head heifers at 3 to 3J cts cows at 2 to 3cts calves at Ijcts Smallcrowd at the pens and a good many cattle leftover for the Tuesday trade A pair of fine mare mules 16 hands that an offer l of 5375 was refused 400 being asked IGlmndmuIes sold at 150 Quite a number of horses sold for tire southern market sold at horn 65 to 100 BEREA Kiuia the Citizen Mr C M Rawlings our former towsman but now of Pauola was in town Saturday L FSawyerfatherof MrsIIM Jones hasarrived from Ottawa Kan and will make his home with Prof and Mrs Jones Mr Arthur foreman at the brickyard is moving into the A F Robinson property formerly occupied by C H Blythe Prof M E Marsh has moved into the Fairchild property Sam Mason now occupies the Lester house vacated by Prof Marsh Mr and Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter Adelaide left Monday for their new home in SufTern a suburb of New York City Wm flart of Fairland III brother of the late Postmaster J M Hart ar rived Wednesday for a two weeks visit with his father James Hart and other relatives and friends in this vicinity Mrs Win G Frost entertained the students whose homes she visited last summerat her home Wednesday night Enjoyable names were providedand refreshments were served Prof and Mrs Ij V Dodge delight fully entertained a number of the new teachers at dinner Friday evening Those present were Tutors Literal Wallace and Lindsley and Misses Itybee Raymond Hagan and Minckley Rev John Dodwell left early Wednesday morning for Big Stono Gap Va He goes at the call of his presiding elder who promises to give him plenty of work in that field On every band regrets are expressed at Brother Dodwells leaving Berca- StrVinglessbeans and canned pump kin at Fraza Cros Second street phone 165V Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky that section 61 of the ordinances of said city beamend ed so as to read 1 No owner oi horse mule cattle or other stock shall permit the same to run at largo upon the streets alleys or unincloscd lots or places in tire city of Richmond Any person violating the provision of this ordinance shall be finednot less than one dollar nor more than five dollars for each offense 2 Should any horse mule cow Irog or other cattle or stock be found going at large in violation of thelordinance the same may be taken up by the Chief of Police or any policeman and driven or conveyed to the public pound or Qther place designated by the city council for keeping such stock and there shall be kept until disposed of as hereafter authorized and directed 3 The person taking up such animals shall forthwith make a statement of the fact in writing under oath and in said statement shall state the name of the owier if known and if not known said person shall so state in said affidavit Said statement shall be filed in the Richmond Police Court and kept there as a part of its recorde If said affidavit shall disclose the name of the ownerof such animal the Judge of said court shall issue a sum mons against sold owner commanding him to appear in said court on the next day thereafter to show cause if any he can why such animal so taken up shall not he sold to satisfy tire costa and charges of taking up Keeping and cell ing the same If said afndavitshall disclose the fact that the owner of such animal is unknown or absent from Mad ison County Kentucky then said court shall make a warning order on such affidavit warning the owner of said animal to appear before said court on or before the making of said order and shrew cause if any ha can why such animal shall not be sold to satisfy the costs and charges of taking up keeping and soiling same and a copy of said or be posted on the courthouse door in Richmond If when such owner has been duly summoned or warned as here- inbefore provided said court shall de termine from the evidence that there has been a violation of said ordinance by such animal having run at large within the limits of said city as afore said said court shall make an order in which iffehall describe the marks and give description of each animal to be soldand direct the Chief of Police of said city to sell the same to the highest bidder at public auction for cash iu hand After deducting the costs and charges of such proceedings tho remainder of the proceeds ehall be paid by said Chief of Pice to the City Treasurer which sum shall be held bv him subject to the order of the former ownerof such stock D R TEVIS ATT A 0 WELLS Mayor City Clerk Jan 28 03 The lUand Courier Journal 125 a year S LUCILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have we Placeforebe hiS genfNovelties avrabysamegoodsVkRT UR DWN EYES BE THE JUDGE OWEN McKBBCor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY lI 1i uti J LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in 1Vr t front 25 cents Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 centsVChildrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 centsVChildrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods Tobacco at World Fair Every tobacco grower in Kentucky is to be asked to submit samples of the weed for the exhibit to be made at the Worlds Fair Tins was decided upon at the meeting of the Tobacco Exhibit Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association By this method the very best display possible will result and all sections of the State will have a part in the big showing Mr Chas D Campbell Chairman of the Committee and two other members thereol Meesrs Joseph Robinson and A P Barnard are in St Louis in con sultation with Mr F W Taylor Chief ol the Department of Agriculture in which building the tobacco exhibit will be made It is possible that they will convince Mr Taylor that all of the tobacco displays at the exposition be put in one place If they do Kentucky leading the world in the production and manufacture will be more conspicuous than under any other circumstances Dr Hobson dentist next dooj to Government buildingV tf RlchmondIKy NOTICE TO CREDITORS All parties holding claims against the firm of Douglas Crutcher are requested to pre sent same to the uudersigned on or before February 15 or same vill be barred Those persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle 4t JAS S CRUTCER Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and Fend Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens oJ Richmond and prices We handle both the Jelllco and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give Us a call Beattyville Coal Co UNION SUITS eachV OWEN MCKEE goodsin Mgrreleplione 4 it te AT THE GRAND VttV NEX- TVTuesday Peb 3rd Phil Hunter Company Music Magic Humor Adults 50 cents Children under J4 25cents Reserved Seats Free jVVVVV VVi 1l1 Jt VV Most IieauifulV Line of Fall and Winter Goods ever displayed in Richmond can now be found at my stores t r TVheVBCStVV VVjLeand the oughtrwiththe Pw Goods House in Central Ky can out class OOT vast myline Ike Millinery Department is in every particular firstclassand you can see the beautiful f lisflesby calling at my store q t call before going elsewhere LE SM1THA yrere ARE TWO standinglineof- uggies r Carriages Surries and RoadiWagons from the cheapest to the best Come iUd see them and get our prices Repairing Painting Horse shoeing by competent We guarantee to please Give us a trial e eaTTa DOTk I UOND 11e3oNE232 S OQ arsa Bros I 8EHOSD STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESII Groceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour he Richmond Climax EPNr PAY JAN 28 1903 E us for rent apply Mrs Sallie Va Bep 10tf TLereire rumors of several wed irzsiu te near future c rerinllian Club will meet this ft n n with Mrs G W Pickels r girl a shower stick i LELaue 1i will regret it if you fail to see f 1Juri Girl tomorrow night ii Muditkm of MrDH Myers I- saat improved since our last issur sf lss beans and canned pump in t Frau Bros Second street phon- er r B to see The Missouri Girl t NPW Opera House tomorrow t ie Epwortu League will hold a u Ft meeting Immediately after r r r melting 0 head of WD Oldham C- onr fist page and then pay a visit IKW store TIe ladies of the Christian Church- e aking preparations for an art ex nctime in March l Ir and Mrs John Turley have housekeeping Aspen Ayes e IK of Dr Evans cottages aiiville is to have free delivery of hL about June 1st according to a Itl t rt from the Postmaster Gener Wf LaTe a few heating stoves left will sell at cost to make room irrig goods D B SHACKELFOUD Co I Jhn Cunningham of Cun i 111 station has an offer to leases r to a gentleman who desires fur lead i larence Henry and family av vn ived to Mr Joe Harris house a ut street recently vacated by- EIr LnxonJr excavation work for the new ir rmitory of State College at a has been begun The build lost about S42000 1 Grand Father Clock soldat Ir at Jonathan T Estill sale orig ia br longed to the Old Northern i d1d cost 150 It has brassworks f a handsome Cherry Case I streets took on quite a busy ape Monday Numbers of coun 7k le were in and with numerous Io nsof this thing and that going er j1 there made everything look- k filling was doing I Jrybudy come to the New Opera Iis Jan 29th Thursday you will q funniest show ever In our city T q IS the shcw You cant afford L 3s it Miss Sadie Raymond takes be ica lug part The Missouri Girl- r a 55 and 50 cents Tie Herald Square Stock Company j pay a return engagement here lie wrekof Feb Oth at the Grand House This is the company w Mr Will Harison the splec iJ inhtone belonged Also Prof t fs Autdsrope wS a source of much met A nice pealed table peach ten cents a can at Frasa Bros Phone 105 Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 dec10 2c Dan 11 Breck Fire Life and Ac bulJdingJan The Annual Reunion of Confeder ate Veterans will be held pt New Orleans commencing May 19th Next Tuesday will be Association InfirmaryAHawkes Cut Glass Every price bears the trade mark best there is tf L E lane Mrs DrusillaSmitlia nged94 years probably the oldest woman in Wood ford county is dead at Versailles Richmond recently suffered an excitement caused by a mad dog tnd the result is seveial canines on Lancaster Ave are no more We have two Moore Air Tights on hand that we will sell at cost tf D B SUACKELFORD Co Mr Henry White and wife are at home to their friends in one of Mrs Cornie Clays cottage on West Main street Bring in your jewelry taste We will satisfy itt L K Lane Mr Harry Prather of this city has purchased the store of Perkins Sower at Whillock last week Winchesters spoke and handle factory has been incorporated with n capitalstock of 20000 The CLIMAX and CourierJournal both one year for 125 This proposi tion will be good until the evening ol February 2 Those who have not taken advantage of this great oiler should do so at once as this opportunity will not be presented ain this year Samples of the CLIMAX and CourierJournal will be sent to any address on application Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BURXAM BENNETT BKO Pensions Rebecca White and Minerva Todd both of this city have been granted pensions of 800 per month- KewMillineryIhm Mrs Ella Farley and sister Miss Belle March will open up a Millinary Store on the second floor of OMhams new building about March 1st Moves to Irvine Mr Thomas N Todd the well known farmer and merchant of Waco has moved his family to Irvine where he will engage in business lost A Knights Templar sword and scab bard with the name of R R ISnrnam engraved on the blade of sword Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf R R Burnam Telegraph Line Completed The telegraph line on the L A waa completed to Bcattyville last week1 It not only tenders travel on the now road more safe but puts BeattyvHIe in closer touch with the outside world Lost A chatelaine purse containing a diamond and turquoise ring and a bracelet A reward will be paid for its return to Miss Annie Engle at the Singer Sewing Machine Olice 2t Newspapers Consolidate Editor R R Perry of the Winches ter Sentinel has bought the Winches terSunof Judge J D Mitchell and will consolidate the two papers under the name of the SunSentinel The Sun was Democratic but the new pa per wilt be Republican In politics The Next Messrs Dealherago Woods next entertainment at the Grand Opera House will be the Phil Hunter Company ueit Tuesday evening February 3rd Admission 50 cents children under ID years 25 cents school children 10 cents Reserved seats free at Wines drug store t t1 5 tZ Pi o o to V IE Deatherage Co IWe Are Ready For the new years busIness aJlarger stock than ever before WeareJ determined to do tJ More Business fIJsuit you + t A Car Load i of canned goods just received Dried J Fruits Lemons Oranges Candies etc 4 tJ We ThnOnd II for their patronage during thepast year and hope for a continuance of same dur tJingthe coming year Now is the tilDe your garden and field it J Seeds a of I J We buy Seeds by the car load E Deatheragefc L J J r Added Another Oak todateMissPickels safeinthrivinJbusiness Froa This County Aepecial from Harrodebufg says S andFrankhueine811LastEstes cut Stolts tle wound being six inches long across theabdomen Ester is in jailV Bought a Farm MrJ B Willis mention of whose name always tends a thrill of pleasure over hid many friends here has recent ly purchased farm of 100 acres from Mrs ClaraSingleton at Crab Orchard the price paid being 910 Mr Willis has for several seasons past been the proprietor of Crab OrchardSpringsE- xpmsive Cock At the recent sale of the personal effects of the late Jonathan T Estill an Oldfashioned hall clock brought the large sum of 10100 the mrchaser being Mn Laura Estill Francis Mr John Doty who was also very anxious for the heirloom bid 10000 The clock grandfatherhis desire to own it- Eleded Officers The Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church held its regular monthly meeting on last Wednesday afternoon This was also the time to elect officers for the year just beginning The Society unanim ously reelected the olcers who served last year as follows President Mrs W H Dodgp Vice President Mrs AnnQ Walters Secretary Mrs Ansil D Miller Treasurer Mrs Waller Bennett and Corresponding SecrntaryMrs Smith 7 cityhave Wednesdays pricesC Prandennial Health Strength Development intelligent men how care the afford to to investigate new method of Phys it acquire the knowledge of retain health add only but life is- natureslawa Constipation Indigestion ousness arising above men and wo men to keep All enthusiastic who have studied and system is scientific healthproducing Investigate Inquire any my class Classes for men women and boys now organize Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122VThe Railroad Won In the case of Blonnt the L A railroad which was tried in thin Circuit week the jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant Mr Blount who was former a bridge carpenter on the road fell from a last summer and was badly cripple1 He was suing for 20000 damages P Adams who was appointed to the position of rural mail has declined to accept account its interference with his physical culture work Mr Adams has for the past three taught a most interesting club now has made arrangements for a years work has up a substantial class and we trust much good result Announces For Jailer In this issue of the will be found the announcement of Mr DC Grills of Newby for Jailer ilr Griggs Is an allround Democrat and uas voted the straight Democratic ticket Ho is one of Madison countys most substantial farmers and Is a man of high morals and strong convictions and we feel safeill saying that if Mr Griggs he will fill the office Iu the best possible way A flattering Offer Prof Durrett White who Is well known here and whose splendid productions we have from time to time publisho lis being urged bgoto College Hill and take charge of Ayers Academy a fancy There is no better educator in the State than Prot White and College Hill will bo moat luckv securing services and the patrons of the school will full tion Improving Little Abner Fenill Oldham son of ot W D Oldham has improved to such an extent that he is now able to walk about the house and a few days ago he walked over to a neighbors It will be remembered that some back the little ellow became paralyzed in his lower limbs bolow the knee but by carelul attention and treatment he is improving right His entire recovery is impatiently looked forward to His Was Granted very pathetic little story in con with the last of the late Capt Ballard is told by of bis friends For some time previous his death it was realized by those near that he could not many days Oilers to move him to the hotel and private homes were freely made by his To all of these he respond NoJ IM mustedie let me diewhere the last sounds hear may be of my fnlthIfultheir stalls It is music to me His unusual request was granted And so he died in the where he lived adjoinging the stable in which his faithful splendid horse which his priJe had so long kept him company in the sOll watches of the night And when lie died Richmond lost a familiar young and old respected and few there are who lIll evennowjfrom force of habit To look for the Captain to wave them a salute as the omnibus passes by Readla Room Schlegel building on Third street and have converted it a public reading room They will hold services on each Sunday morning at eleven oclock also on The public is cordial ly invited attend At New Opera Roust Tomorrow night January 29 The Missouri Girl will hold the boards at D C Wiggins New Opera House This is said to be a very fine production playing only in large cities hut by cident Mr Wiggins secured them for one night only Prices be 25 35 and 50 cents Dont fail to see it The lackey sale Although Wednesday was n day a very good crowd attended the sale of the farm of the A K Lackey Auctioneer T D Chetault crieil the sale The farm consisted of 217 and was bought hy WVP Anderson W A Todd W B Lackey at 50 60 pet acre A lot of personal property was also sold at good Entertained Club was entertained on last Thursday night by Hon R Harris Crooke After elegant feast at Joes at seven oclock the Club members repaired to tile State Bank Trust Company building where a spirited discussion on What do you consider the greatest problem of the Twentieth Century and how may it be solvedwas indulged in Arrested by Federal Authorities J AV Kelly who lives near tie month of Silver Creek was arrested by uopity U S Marshal J C Mullens and Constable Albert Dozier charged with selling whisky in violation of the revenue laws He was brought to this city and in default 01 bond was placed in jail await his trial in the Federal Court His examining trial will be held by Commissioner W C Bencett next Tuesday c oI c Prof Gurtls Rdams I am teaching to properly for body If you are delicate you cannot fail my ological Exercise If you are well will pay you to how and not years to life to year It positive curefor Insomnia and all forms of ii err from the mentioned ailments It teaches how well are with me understand my new It rational of member of present being Studio over Elmer against Court Inst ly trestle Declined Mr K carrier on of months and he whole lIe worked will CLIMAX always is elected at salary in his be given satfsfat Mr anti Mre time along Request A nection illness Len some to him survive friends ed I room friends his were figure whom into to the ac will rough late acres and The an to U S to For Rent A nice five room cottage situated be tween Walnut and Broadway For particulars rail on- 4t J Wm Wagers Farm For Sale Having quit farming I wish to sell my farm on Jacks Creek pike 6 miles from Richmond Ky containing 215 acres good house and plenty of outbuildings 3 barns and plenty of water Farm welftet in bine grass Will sell Oil easy terms JAMES W FARLE- Yl2Min Favors Revenue Men Storekeepers and gangers employed in the Internal Revenue service in Kentucky will be pleased to learn that the Ways and Means Committee of the House has reported favorably a bill provided for leave of absence with pay for storekeepers and gaugers at ratio of two and one half days per month If the bill encounters no very serious objection on the floor of the House it is highly probable it will finally pass both Houses and become a law this session This law will place the reve flue men on the same footing as the employers in the department at Wash ington who are granted thirty days leave of absence per year with pay County Court Orders Leslie P Evans flied his commis sion as Notary PubTre signed by Gov J C W Beckham and executed bond with R B Terril surety M F Richards qualified ns guardian to his children Lena Polly Nettie Annie Charles and Rufus with Rufus Shearer security A Dinelle assignee of S Dinelle filed a final settlement- R A Harris guardian to George William and Nannie Harris filed final settlementVJW McGarvey Jr a minister of the Church of Christ was granted lie cense solemnize the rites of matrimony Administrator of Richmond Blythe filed final settlement Ordered that the time of holding the Magistrates Court in Glade Magister ial district of Madison county No be changed to the third Friday in the months of February Mav August and November until furthur ordered A Long Friendship Mr HarveyCobb of Red House who has long been a staunch friend of the CLIMAX paid us a pleasant call Monday afternoon In talking of his boyhood days Mr Cobb spoke very tendeily of the late Jerry Broadduswho died at his home last weekThey were in timate friends when boys and when Mr Broaddus was married Jn 1847 Mr Cobb was best man When the latter was married four years later Mr Broaddus was master of ceremonies Theyalwaya consulted on matters of importance each desinngtheadylce of the other Thins their friendship giew through the years growing as death re moved their former associates Mr Broaddns was seventynine at the time of his death and Mr Cobb wEd pass his seventy seventh year in February Such a friendship as theirs lasting three quarters of a century without a break is rarely seen lint one who is BO fortunate as to have such a friend never feels age The bo ymay be weighted down with years but the loving heart of the boyhood days remains unchanged At Frasa Bros you can get a can of nice pealed table peaches for 10 eta Rejections Upon the Deathof Mrs T S Ellis The following extract is from a letter written last Wednesday to a distant friend by one who attended the funer al of the late Mrs Julia Hume Ellis Come with me a moment Go back just sixteen hours- I have just returned from a house of mourning Death has closed down in dreamless sleep tho tired eyes of a saintly woman Her aged companion four score years and two inconsolable ovei the loss of one who was not only his girlish bride of sixty years ago but she was his very eyes for he is nearly blind Beside him I am sitting by the hour His hand in mine my heart in his my tears minglo with his own He moans over the dark future of lila lonuly life oircarth and wails aloud for the loved one that is no more Her cold and unresponsive lips give back no answering sound Again he lives in boyhood days when a winsome maid plighted her troth be neath tile star studded sky Resolutely they start upon their long journey to gether happy hopeful and harmonious Neer has craft set sail on smoother sea Or ncath a sky more fair Pout upon the old mans furrowed brow such recollections serve only to place sorrows crown of sorrow The memory of happy days When misery is at hand And from his breaking heart as if upon an anvil I bear the strokes of Gods mysterious providence and seem to hear him cry 0 memory thou lingerer in lifes broken shell Die thoi since all else is dead I loved so well His dear old body bent already be neath hIS fourscore years is lower bent beneath the unutterable anguish of today My own heart attunes to the sad chords of grief and the memo ries of other years when I thus mount ed over the ashes of my broken idol weep across my soul as the hot winds of ihe desert plungingme again in woe close kin to that which I in reality bihold And tlius I pass the day whose must tragic and touching nceno Is enacted when a rarpct of floweiH covers the cruel gash itf the eide of mother earth where we lt id her nark dnrk was my way But now darker still Farewell farewell my darling II issues from tho lips of tie stricken husband as he turns his sight 1181 oyes heavenward to catch aglimpte of the celestial light since the terrest rial dawn casts but leaden rays across his dark and stony way Aud thus nursing his SOl row I must leave to the soothing influence of Time Gods gentlest instrument this patriarch model husband father cit izen and friend for To know him is to love him None name him save to praise Yesterday I heard a little tot of six sing the following words and bad they been sung on this sad occasion would have been most pathetically appropriate Pvc Grown So Ustd To You III an old oldfashioned homestead sat a couple old and gray They had passed the magic threescore years and ten With the tide of life for many years theyd drifted side by side The dawn of youth theyll never see again The old mans thoughts were turning to a day thats long been dead He was dreaming of the wedding bells that rang when they were wed With the light of love still burning in the same old lovers way Unto his wife these words I heard him say When your eyes so bright have lost their light Your voice so dear no longer here When youre called home and Im alone wont know what to dol II the Master knew how Id miss you I wonder if hed call me toot would break my heart if we should part For Ive grown so used to yon- D J you still recall the days when we went to the village school Boy rind girl together playing on the way t Then again as youth and maid we strolled upon the village green I loved you then I love you more today To see your chair at evening prayer with you no longer here Would bring to me a memory of many a bygone year And because through qll those years dear wife your neart has been so true Id miss youfor Ive grown so used to youl Quarterly Court The January term of tho Quarterly Court convened Monday Judge N B Turpin presiding The docket was light New Pike A new turnpike will be built this spring near Wallaceton It will ex tend a distance of three miles connecting the Walnut Meadow pike with the Wnllaceton and Paint Lick pike Baker Brof of Berca have the contract Winchester Court L A Ramsey reports about 300 cattle on the market 750lb feeders brought 4cts some 8501b feeders sold at 4i 80Clb feeders sold at 4c one lot GCOlb at 135 one lot stock shots Gc one bunch good grade ewes at 410 each a number of mules on the market met with ready sale Large crowd was in tounVBarber Sale The Harbor sale took place last Sat urday and was well attended Mr T D Chenault was auctioneer and the fol owing prices have been handed in ho8 S3 95 per hundred shoals 560 pe head one age mule 50 plug horses from 40 to 50 cows 2to 10 Corn brought 195 in the crib Other things pertaining to the farm brought good prices Oreult CourtV Die following cases have been disposed of In the Circuit Court during the past week 3lmer Blount against the L A raJroad for 20000 damages the jury found for tho defendant William Arnold against the L A railroad plaintiff awarded damages in th sum of 325 Ham Shearer against the State Bank Trust Co found for defendant IJophronia Tillet against HP Bark lei Plaintiff awarded44 V T Roberts appellant against Enos Djivis appellee Appellee awarded 420 A Delightful Event V5 last Friday the first sociah session o the Epworth League was held at the residence of Rev H G Turner from ef ht to ten oclock The house was quite attractive with its soft shaded lights from numerous lamps and can dlks further decorations consisting of- crnat1onE and ferns Games of croki e carome authors nations and numerous others were indulged in ftlbsic by Owen Walkers orchestra njkde tile evening more enjoyable De liifions fruits and candy were served the guests each O f whom expressed Imim- r f as having had an extremely good time and all seemed loathe1 to leave wben the hour arrived 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 special arrangements whereby we can offer the CLIMAX and COURIER JOURNAL both one year forJ25 This remarkable offer will posi tively be withdrawn on Feb ruary 2 Subscribers now on our list can take advantage of this proposition by paying their subscription one year in advance Should you desire to take advantage of this low rate send us 125 your name and postoffice address and we will do the rest THE CLIMAX PToCo Richmond Ky J Cannon and Guns In accordance with a request from the War Department at Washington the cannon and guns which were used in the Military Department of Central University before its removal to Danville were shipped to Washington last week They were thtApropsrty of the Government Tithed One day last week while Mr Lee Smitha was leading a thoroughbred colt from the barn the young animal grew playful and began to rear In his plunges he struck Mr Smiths on the right temple with his fore foot cutting a gash about an inch long from which a great deal of pain has been the re suit Still Raidd Capt W T Short Deputy Marshal Mullens and Mr W C Bennett took a trip to Big last Friday where they captured a still together with about fifty gallons of beer and a small amount of whisky The operators of the still escaped The outfit was brought to town Sold the Whole Works Capt W T Short acting under the orders of the Commissioner of Rev mif broke up a 70 gallon copper still and eight worms which lie sold to II local junk dealer Monday The copper weighed about two hundred pounds and represented the expenditure of BOV erul hundred dollars on the part of the operators Capt Short had tIm outfit photographed before breaking it up A Narrow Escape Mr Will Bybee had a very narrrow escape from what might have been in stant death and as a result is wearing his forehead bandaged Mr B W Turner has been having his store re modeled and while a workman was on some top shelving it began to sway In his efforts to save himself from a fall he dropped a large hammer which struck Mr Bybee who was standing below The blow cut a long gash just above his temple which required several stitches Mr Bybee is thankful that he escaped as well sa he did forlf the hammer had struck him on top of his head it might have killed him Goes to Nsw Mexico Mr and Mrs Cabell II Chenault left last Saturday for their new home in New Mexico where Mr Chenault has purchased an interest in the large ranch of Walker and Igo and will engage in the cattle business In giving them up Richmond and Madison county loses two of their most popular young people but what is our loss is New Mexicos gain and the very best and sincerest wishes of a host of friends follow them to their for away Western homeAn elegant and substantial testimon hat to Mr Chenaults fidelity worthand high standing with the State Bank Trust Cowas the handsome gold watch which was presented to him upon his resignation Without previous intimation Mr Chenault was called into the Directors room of the bank where he lound himself surrounded by the hanks officials President J Stone Walker in a feeling speech presented him with the beautifuly gold timepiece On behalf of his colleagues Cashier Tnriey and others made appropriate remarks leaving tbo be wildred recipient collect his thoughts and words as best he could But Cabell who is rlso a speaker having won the Declomatory medal when in the University responded fittingly and the little assembly dispersed feeling doubtless that a graceful duty had been discharged when this token of respect and affection was bestoed upon so worthy a recepiout Classes Being Organized Prof Curtis Adams will close a three months class in physical culture next Saturday night this being tbe second he has conducted in Richmond since last fall There has been a most urgent request by some of the pupils of hit present class to open a studio in oni city for a year and Prof Adams has decided to do so Beginning February 1st he will take charge of a number of men and boys who have entered classes on a basis of a year A goodly num ber have signified their intention of helping to make the work permanent and the formation of long and short term classes is in progress Elsewhere in the CLIMAX appears announcement of Prof Adams Ills method is simple a health producer and should be used by every business man and boy La dies are invited to investigate the aye tem Facial massage for ladles Phy sical culture is rational and a necessity It teaches one how to keep well See Prof Adams advertisement Resolutions At a special meetting of Waco Lodge No 338 F A M held at their Lodge room Thursday January 22nd 1903 to take action on the death 01 Bro Jerry Broaddus who had been a mem ber of this Lodge 39 years the fol lowing resolutions were adopted viz Resolved that in the death of Rio Jerry Broaddus this lodge has lost a faithful and honored member the community an upright and enterpris ing citizen and his family a kind and affectionate husband and father Resolved that the members of this lodge extend to the widow and children ot our deceased Brother our deepest sym pathy and aflectionand further ordered that WJ drape the lodge in mourning the usual period and the members wear tbe usual emblems of mourning 30 days t Resolved that a copy of these resolutions we placed on the record book Mid published inTho Richmond CLIMAX C L SBAECY W TFEILDSK Jo F WHITE Committee Waco Ky Jan 22 1S03 L jThe Climax and Cowkr Journal J year for L25j 1 t TRY OUR l t FELT BOOTS J Theytre goodand warm and youll like the quality and price t- t Also Extra Values InV Rubber Boots Overshoes i i- j Wsurm Underwear Sccks jlovs9 Overcoats 4 3 tEverything thats good for wintry weather wear A J One Price to Everybody every time no asking up in order to faIlyou get the Vt lowest price without any jewing J 3 I GOVINGTON I BUNKS c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS DayiSevca Miffion boxes sold in post 12 months II T The Climax and Courier Journal one year for 125 Alumni Dinner fa Honor of Mr HcLelUn Rev Hugh HcLellan of Richmond Ky President ot the Alumni Associa tion of Kentucky University was in the city yesterday and the executive committee and prominent members of the association made his presence the occasion of a dinner at the Phoenix Hotel last evening at 030 oclock The object of the meeting was to discuss the plans for the present and future good of the University The guests remain ed in session until 10 oclock Those of the executive committee present were Ashbrook Frank VPresident Milton Elliott Secretary J T Vance and L G Cox Other members of the associa thou present were B A Jenkings C C Patterson J D Clark CC Forman Mark Collis Mat Walton J E Basset J Nathan Elliott Henry Lloyd C T Forman J W Porter and George Stoll Lexington Democrat To Organize a Fair CIrcuit L B Shropshire Secretary of the Kentucky State Fair has called a meeting of tbe secretaries of the county fairs for February 4 the object being to organize n fair circuit Circuits have been organized in other States and have been found of great advan tage in working up interest and pre venting the selection of conflicting datesThe fairs at Elizabethtown and Bowl ing Green were held at the same time last year and each lost in patronage and exhibits as a result Thie would be impossible with a circuit Another thing that operated against the State Fair last year was the fact that no fair was held the week preceding Interest as a consequence died out to some ex tent and the loss was keenly felt The fairs must be continuous after they are started said Mr Shropshire The exhibitors cannot afford to lose a week and with a circuit dates can be arranged so all the time will be con sumed The following are among the most Important points where county fairs are held Richmond Madisonville Law rencebtirg Danville Shepherdstille Maysville Shelbyville Uardsiown Glasgow Elizabethtown Bowling Green Springfield Horso Cave Owen ton Hartford Cyntbiana and George town MATRIMONIAL HEXSLEYHENSLEY Mr Woodson Hensley and Miss Lizzie Hensley both of Duluth this county were united in marriage at the home ot the bride on last Tuesday Both bride and groom are 18 and this is the brides second marriage POWELL MolNTOSir Mr Frank Powell and Mrs Maggie Mclntosh both of Berea were married at the home of the bride on last Saturday- BUBOItVJI1TE At the home of the bride near White Hall Mr G C Kurgin and Miss Annie White were united in marriage The bride is a sister of Mr N V White our popular merchant HAMiLTOsSWEABiKaKn On last Wednesday night at the home of Mr Frank Siefred on Orchard street Mr Day Hamilton and Miss Nettie Swear Inger were united in marriage thin cer emony being said by Rev W H Dodge This came in the nature of a surprise to even the most intimate friends of the young people and only members of Mr Siefreda family with whom the bride has made her home for some time were present The groom is well known here where he has always resided and rs a son of Mrs A E Carse The bride is a very attractive young lady and has been living in this city only a short while The hap py couple will for the preednt be with Mr and Mrs Siefred but think ofgoing to Ford before very long The CLIUAX extends best wishes and congratnla iOns =PERSONAL Mr J J Neale was in Lexington last week on business Sir Will Snowden of Irvine was a visitor here last week Mrs Anna Chambers of Burgin has teeM vWtiBS relatives here This signature Col W R Dillion of Livingston was here one day last week Mr R L Thomas of Ford was a visitor in town last Friday Attorney Hugh Riddell of Irvine at tended court here last week Judge J M Benton spent Sunday with his family in Winchester Mr Hugh McEIwaine came home last Thursday from New York Mrs J M Benton of Winchester is tho guest ot Mrs G SY Evans Mr J D Gay of Pine Grove waSA guest of friends here last week Mrs George Simmons is visiting her mother Mrs Frost in Lexington- Mr T B Adams was a guest last week of Mr and Mrs Lee Smitha Mrs Nannie Fish of Nicholasyille is the guest of Mrs Brutus J Clay Mr Joe Reeves of Nlcholaaville spent last Friday and Saturday in this cityMr W H Hoover of Nicholasvilie was here Friday and Saturday of last weekMrs N V White has as her guest her sister Miss Aline Burns of Cyn thiana Mrs Jennie Wider of Speedwell is visiting Mrs R L Gentry on Second streetMr Louis Hood of Covington spent last Thursday with 1m son Mr Kuper HoodCapt W B Jones ol Paint Lick has gone to Sumpter S Cto spend sever al Manager C M Browning of the L A was in the city last Wednesday Mr Coleman Neff went to New York last week Mrs Sue Prewitt of Lexington is the pleasant guest of Mrs Langfordon High StreetVChief Justice A Rollins Burnam spent Sunday with hisparentaat Bur uamwood Mrs W H Dodge will leave next week for a visit to her son in Jackson yule Florida Miss Magaret Clayton of Beattyville is the pleasant guest of Mrs J TBojrgs on Third street Mrs J S C Bronaugh of Nichol asville has been visiting friends here for a few days Miss Mamie and Sue Scrivener are at home from a delightful visit to relatives in Lexington Misses Della and Lillian Powell of Nicbolasville at guests of their sister Mrs Beacham Lackey Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard was a guest of her mother Mrs George DeJarnette last week Mrs Mary Logan Sanderson and lit tle son have been visiting Miss Irene Moore in Harrodsburj Mrs Fletcher Barnett and Miss Kate Daniel are visiting relatives at Rich mondClay City Times Mrs R F Spears of Jessamine Is the guest of her daughter Mrs T T Covington on North street Rev Horace G Turner will go to Nicholasville tomorrow to spend a few days with lila parents Mrs D R Tevis has gone to Louisville to be the guest of her uncle Mr W G Barrett for several weeks Mr J J Hoblitzell of BarbonravUle was a guest Sunday of Captain S F- Rock at his home on Second street Mr and Mrs Arthur Carroll f Spears Jessamine county were guests over Sunday of Miss Emma Duncan Miss Van Greenleaf entertained the sevenhand euchre club last Tuesday evening at her borne on Lancaster Ave Colonel WJ Wilmore Superintend ent of the United Distillerra Associa tion was a visitor in our city last week Mrs John Cunningham anti Mrs Laura Eatill Francis of Bourbon coon ty are guostaof Mrs M M Miller on Main street Mr Burrel Million one of our most valuable compositors Is able to be at his case again after a very severe at tack of mumps Col George M Edgar who Las been visiting his daughter MnL J T Vaneant in Paris has gone on to Chattonoog- aforasliortatay Mrs Annie SinxletOB and daughter have retnra d tothoir borne fa Lan caste Her a vitii lo MM E 11 Bybee cures Grip lIn Two Days on every box 25c on East Main street Mrs Minnie Jennings who has been theguest ot friends and relatives hero anti in the county has returned to her home at Paint Lick Mr R L Gentry lett Monday morning for an extensive trip through West Virginia in interest of the FIILaweon Company of Cincinnati Hon T T Forman a prominent At torney of Lexington and son of the late Rev Ezekial Forman attended Circuit Court here last week Mr A D Miller manager of the CLIMAX has been confined to his room several days with an attack of Grippe but is now able to be out Mrs Harrison Simrall nee Miss Kit Chenault of Lexington is the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Dillignham on West Main street Miss Mollie Fife is at home from a delightful visit to friends in Lexington Miss Fife was guest of honor at several very pretty social slams while there Messrs Thomson Hamilton and R Q Lackey were in Louisville last week purchasing goods for their new store which will be opened about February 1stMr and Mrs Waller Bennett issued Invitations fern euchre party last Friday evening but recalled them ou account of the death of Mr David Chess ault Mr and Mrs S Neville Moborly tire at homo from a short visit to Misses Harriet and Shelby Darnall also Mr and Mrs Richardson Gibson in Lox ingtonVMr and Mrs Lewis B Herrington have returned to their home in Macon Georgia They were accompanied by Mrs Eugeuia Hume who will spend sometime as their guest Wm Hart of Fairland Ill brother of the late Postmaster J M Hart ar rived Wednesday for a two weeks visit with his father James Hart and other relatives and friends in this vicinity Berea Citizen Mr and Mrs William Ambslerof Cia cinnati have been visitingMr and Mrs J D Dykes on Third Street Mm Ambsler was formerly Miss Minnie Dykes the sweetest singer Richmond ever produced Professor and Mrs C Rucker Adams came up last week from Owensboro to spend a few days with relatives and enjoy a short rest They have been teaching a class in physical culture in that town which has been one of the most enthusiastic they have ever taughtColonel and Mrs W R Letcher have gone to Macon Georgia to spend the remainder of tbe winter with Rev and Mrs RutherforJ Douglass It is sincerely hoped that Mr Letcher will entirely recover from his recent severe illness during his sojourn in the Sunny South VV EMPTY e YES EMPTY Let tiS Fill Your COAL BIN with ++++++++++ +++++++ I+ Red As t JManchester Pluto Cannel Coal+ Feed of all Kinds Lime Cements Etc STORAGE Agents For Blue Grass Fentte Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehous Phone 142 LNDerjU Richii1tdi jtV taROFESSIONAL CARDS TTCIL1S- k IV MILLERTTqpKUATLAS d w UlCHMONO ttKKTOnit- MUtfc tjjoflJtfrniiin Hulhliu oeit door UI ceM 4 tIIIIIlAt J jIUILqJI1itKTt over rimto Biuik Trust Co oj Site Court House ou Maiii Street J t v u vi d Al 11 ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second utreet over Clien nits grocery W R LETCHER Attorneyat Law Jiruuoxb KENTUCKY cSTOffiee over Taylor Bros StoreJ JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS ANDBCOUNSELLORS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofhce in John Bcnnctti old law office over Perry iThomas drug stoi- cPET8IOL13 ORS KtM v GI BKON PHYSICIANS AND SUROEOAH RICHMOND KENTUCKY ONeewthr n H S building M InStiret U C JASPER M D Medicine aud Surgery Hun utioi auiaduig1 MaiuJStreet Telephone at residence the Can place Uroadway- icnMOND 7 KENTUCKY W EVANS M D IIIIIl1 ANIJ UUJCIJN XCNTUCKV E OYanceDO Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians l fu iuH g ljpraiure furnished oi applicaliou CONSULTATION FREE Traduates Souther School of Ostheop thyi IINIAL StTRGJRY t Oattt e ioot DENTIST OF LOUISVILLS KYIlogo1iehm8ndiOTl7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST WOffice lu Bennett Building JVinly TELEPHONE 190 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wedn say February 111003 Takes Up Taken up as estray a small brown tiijckinp riiare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Owner can have same l y properly proving ownership and paying charges J II Allman tf Chief of Police ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We wilt 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 leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2jaulv KICIIMOXD KV Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery ForCONRUMPTION Price 1 5OeSIOO i A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles fMcney bAck 1lt i1 Trial Bottles free ro THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fJIJI aJ Weare pleased to state that itis on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbockle k Simmons Rcbmond Nearer k Hamilton Waco OFinncl Rfd House Masters Valley View V Whttlock Baldwin John aiapp Newby Burton Roberts Rath ton- EdentonJ W Teater J W Prewitt Colton burg LA Warren Paint Lick o McWharter tLatiN JTCot Kirkiville In our Stock of Jewel rySilvar ware rtc will be found a number of articles especially np prnpriite for this reason Those who have adopted the riiKtoni of sending their wishes before liriRtinns and their giftK during the 3 i Holidays i can now purchase to advantage There is a very Inigo assortment of dainty and cx quisile things in Sterling1Silver Quadruple Plate and also many Metal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond KyA- rmera old stand 301 ly For Winter- 1902d White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn I French Lawn Organ iesNainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt jugs Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WniteAND Gi son I RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon Wednesdy and ThursdyFeb Jl and J2 03 havenpromny attended to will Insure perfect detKySamto4u L1I WE GO WEST VIA I Memphis Kansas City or Chicago t Through Service of the Very lest to ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA j THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO I Yr AND THE PACIFIC COASTS i j TkeYery Lowest Rates ferie Cetonlst s4 Hemeseeker 1NOWALLYTPAI Eit FWI4 ClMnsti 0 M East FwrW Si CMIIMI 8E9 K LIE fc p A TA LKHtJlNk Art i2 I l J L Choose Your Perfume Perfume exercises a very material effect on certain temperaments Itsjiould tjierc fore be chosen with 1elit era tion aud discretion if yo- uwaijbe mhble The hygienic value of a moderate use of perfume is undeniable andevcrywo man should adopt a certain one and remain contant with it Dont let it go bayond a thsuggestionseSlightlyunderclothing writing paper bed linen beds that is a newcand delightful use fort delicate sachet powder A flat pad is used between the mattress and the lower sheet sofa pillows etc but never sufficiently to become very noticeable to others A violet scented atmosphere for instance make those who are surrounded by its influence religious affectionate and peace loving Women of lovable natures are always fond of viole- tgelotrope generally finds devoters among the dainty neat and rather unassuming dispositions who dislike fuss or notoriety Rose perfume is most fre quent used by warmhearted imaginative tempera ments who are inclined to extravagance and have a dis regard of the more serious is sue of life- Lavender numbers its ad mirer samong natures of high aims and with a love of detail and exactitude Eau de cologne is accepted by honorable and reasonable natures having high aims and ambitions Kentucky is in a fine finan cial condition according to the report of the auditor at the end of theyearjust past Ac cording to this report the State has a balance in bank of 1114596 in spite of the fact that the expense of the year exceeds the previous year by 118000 and 92000 had to be paid back to the Bank on ac count of a decision of the Supreme Court This is good campaign material for the party in the Gubanatorial election Then there is that million anda half to come from the Federal Government with which we can build a new State HouseEx A Great Avenue of Trees Japan has an avenue of trees fity miles in length The trees are cryptomera and ever one is a perfect speci men quite straight from 130 to 150 feet in height and twelve to fifteen feet in cir cumference The avenue ex tends from the town of Na manda to Nikko Are you paid anything for swearing Eli Perkins once asked a commercial traveler nothinglWell you work cheap You lay aside your character as a painonyourfriends ment and lose your own soul and for nothing You do certainly workcheapvery cheap A sensation was sprung when the democratic caucus of the Tennessee Legislature was held to elect a State Con troller An opponent of Con troller King a candidate for reelection charged him with covering up a shortage in the books of a county office KNOWthemost remedies for women in thetreatment orlesscountriesdrugsistsnrcnotperuiitt1 ics labeling them pbiwns notbkelawrnallyaayII accoanylog pregRaRcy Do Know that Mothers Friendfa applied externally wily FriendIshas been m use over forty rears and thateach bottle of the genuine bears the name of The Bcidfield Regulator Co Do you know that when you use this remedy during the period of gestation beatliealthrletrtyand iooDontOmjlittUf book UMMIIIIadUfm IEL uN l A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much e one who receives it Any article tecte4 from our Jarge and varied ock of handsome Christmas and Weddinsr Presents cannot fail to delight both giver and recipient YEAGEH has on display a beauti el collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the ee F J YEGER SECOND STREET The largest mule on earth a 3yearold jennet belonging t Michael Murray of Hereford Mo will be exhibited at the Worlds Fair St Louis She is 18 hands or six feet high at the shoulders and weighs 1705 pounds The democratic committeeof the 3rd judicial district met at Kuttawa and ordered a primary May 71the date of the State primary for the purpose nominating for circuit judge and commowealths atttorney The mountaineers of Geor gia catch trout with a sledge hammer Their practice is to thump a rock under which a trout seeks refuge with a hammer and the concussion renders the fish senseless Tetter SaUIlhcum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting mel allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It- si equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package u Every natiye and naturali zed citizen in Denmark over 60 years old and unable to sup port himself and family re ceives a pension varying from 250 to 450 a month- Compensation in the form of a pension of 425 a year is being sought at Frankfort joy a man who received a paralyzing stroke while using a long distance telephone CroupIcroup our was from strangulation says A L SpalTord postmaster Chester lich and Adore of One Minute Cough Cure was ad ministered and repeated often It reduced the swelling and inflammation cut the mucus and shortly the child was resting easy and speedily recov ered It cures Coughs colds lagrinpe and all throat and lung trou les One Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure healthgiving gen to tbe blood1mThe youngest monarch who ever ascended the British throne was Henry VI Hew s eight months and 25 days old at his accession Just 2360 minutes was the time taken by an ordinary ca ble message in going around the world from Boston via Vancouver and Australia Artificiallegsand arms were in use in Egypt as early as H C 700 They were made by the priests who were the phy sicians of the early time A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT D3C0VERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drill 21st will be sent by mall on secelpt o- lfl One small bottle is two montlfe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist aud Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BRAD Tins Richmond Ky Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDea Sir I Jiave used ona bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great DIscov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began nsinir It to day I weigh 170 oonnds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public liespectfully 7jan ly JOHN A RIDDEL For Sale PrintelT The undersigned with to asH priva tely their entire Block of Groceries Qiieensware Tinware Siovo Fixtures fce Call on ns at 221 WMuin str et Richmond Kv We take this opportunity to thank our friends fartheir patronage Itt the past and hope for a continuance of tile same until a purchaser is founulns we will keep up the tock until thud Urna All orders jsrlll M carefully and promptly illed tf Jec ft 1908 IJOUNI1f W16 i ijfnq It would seem by the thousands of cures of ovarian trouble made every year by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound that the above statement is true When a physician tells a woman suffering with ovarian or womb trouble that an operation is neces sary it of course frightens her The very thought of the operating table and the knife strikes terror to her heart And our iiospitals are full of women who are there for ovarian and womb operations It is quite true that these troubles may reach a stage where ai operation is the only resource but such cases are much rarer than is generally supposed because a great many women have been cured by Mrs Pinkhams medicine after the doctors had said the operation must be performed Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has been very successful in curing ovarian troubles In fact up to the point where the knife must be used to secure instant relief this medicine is certain to help Ovarian troubles arc easily developed from womb troubles and womb troubles are so very common that ovaritis Is steadily on the increase among women It is nevertheless a most serious trouble and to recommend wrong treatment for it is a crime for which there cannot be too deep a penalty It is therefore with full consciousness of the seriousness of the disease and the steady failure of other medicine to cure it that we present for ovarian and womb trouble Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as the most certain to help of any medicine in the world today Any person who could read the letters in Mrs Pinkliams files at her office in Lynn Mass would be convinced of the effi ciency of Mrs Pinkhams Compound The strongest and most grateful statements possible to make come from women who have escaped the operating table by the use of this medicine Let anywoinan suffering from these troubles or anything which may develop into them write and get Mrs Pinkhains advice If you are beyond the reach of the medicine you will be frankly told so but if not you will be fully anti carefully and kindly advised WISE IS THE WOMAN WHO BELIEVES IN LYDIA PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds and at all prices are a feature of our stock If ToE Lane Dissolution Notice The firm of Bureau Parrisli 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 Public Renting OF DLUg GRA rARM As Agent for Mrs Jas W Smith I will on Saturday Jan 303tat 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 interest Harvey Chenault Agt T D Chenault Auct TOUR OF ALL MxicoVIABO Tuesday January 27 Under special efcfrt Pullman Vestibuled Trains Drawingroom ompartments Pallor Library room Dining or and the famous Open top Observation Car Chitlilitli Leisurely itinorarj with long stops including Ihreo ircle theITickets Include all Expenses Everywhere O P McCARTYe- ner lnMpnprA r- rKthi r Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat thedlgcstantJand nvelfallsrhemostsemituvestomachs thousands of dysp ptlcs have been Iunequalled onUIrPtonly toy E0i Win Co bli ie titties tbe c for wile by Perrjl AThomw 0C I Shuttle A Three letters as proof taken from hundreds received during the current year August 20th 1901 DEAR MRS FCTKIIAM Some time ago I wrote you how I suffered The doctor called my trouble con gestion of the womb also stated that my womb was turned so that I could never have any more children and that the only cure was an operation I was so sore and swollen across me that it hurt me to walk At time of menstruation I suffered A friend advised me to write to you and after receiving your reply to my letter 1 pave up doctoring with the doctor and followed your advice for which I cannot thank you enough Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound proved to be just the medicine I needed and saved me from a terrible surgical operation After a time I gave birth to a nice boy He has always been healthy and is the joy and sunshine of our home I know had it not been for your medicine I never would have had little boy May God bless you in the good you are doing for suffering women MRS GEORGE HOLLAND 51 Grove Ave East Providence BL Mrs M G Merritt Payson Arizona writes DEAR This PINKUAM I thought I would write to you as I have been taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound greatdeala bad odor Would bloat up after eating felt tired all the time The doctor said an operation was necessary I commenced taking your medicine last April and it has cured me I have gained in weight and feel better than I havefor years Mrs F O Yeghte Tlosellc NJ writes DEAR MRS PCTKIIAM I wish to thank for Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compoundwhich cured me after I had suffered for years with ovarian troubles The pain in my back was agonizing and I had leucorrhcea very badly I doctored until I thought there was no hope for me and although it was strongly against my principles to take anything not prescribed by a doctor finally I began to take Lydia E Pinluiams Vegetable Compound II did me so much good that I continued its use and I am now entirely free from pain and disease and escaped a dreadful surgical operation Anyone who knows the agony caused by ovarian troubles will understand how thankful I am for the great change in me for which I am eternally grateful to you For years I have nursed women in confinement cases and I know how terribly women suffer from female disorders and in all my experience I have never known of anything else that would really help those who are afflicted I be Have your Vegetable Compound will cure the very worst case of female weakness IJr a 850OOOO forfeit the above letters are pnuranteed to be genuine E Music STANDARDRotary Machine Sewing STAXDAZD OJUUHJ LOCK AND CHAItf STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SowingMachines stitch Two maphines in one Rnn as silent as the ticking of a watch Rnn onethird liphlcrand feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop lied swell front woodwork and ball bearings is the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also manufacture upCallbcconviced ARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky Th Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati 08mo QuickTime Southwest e Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R Rand the C 0 GRR 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