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F a T1113 RICtMONDCLIMAX=== 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1903 NUMBER 37 The Racket Store L Has laid in a complete stock of new Goods which is now offered to the Cash Trade Every useful article needed in the house can be foundon our shelves 8 We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year andwish all a happy and prosperousnew year TIlE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY LRBlantonDEALER Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsapr30 lyrPhone 85 8 t S Big Hill Coal co ORLANDO KY C Shippers of A mite Coal c + + tl t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t grate without any attention j 1 tC + + +4 I Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to call make our store their headquarters rLI 1 x t t1 I please Our success depends upon it and thesonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried t do SIiPEIA1Phone Night 68 47 RICHMOND KY W Evan Jr Undertaking a Specialty Embalmer Beat This 11 100 ap Rube of ours if you can added to this price will not secure equal elsewhere This doublefaced fine quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of the in our stock This Ut hd handsomest line that was ever in the city AI theee goods porepss many at Inrll features not the least of which in their handsome appearance and du ability Lap liobes at all prices from F50 upwardsI J Moberley For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well Jo ated Apply to Tbnrtnsn Grocery tf 7f4this aljnaturo is on every bosof the ecnulne Laxative BromoQuimne Tawcts the remedy that curs n cold In oao day SSS Por Sale The National 1C Collection Agency Washington D CiWill dispose of the following judgments AJ W Webber Berkley Xyt38 28 Potter Clinton K3 I5J Wowe1IDIzon ICy 2B 00 N G Brandon k Co Dexter Ky 33520 JU Young Son GUssovr KS44JO-Wm Kuepilen Milton K U f N Phlpps Mt Sterling 68 28 Ferdinand Schnble Louisville M Jlobt W Owens Louiivil HI RJ Dnrrett Irestun StcadJeetonc- onntrKy 5 50 Austin Bockport Kym13G If Sond bldn to National Collection Agency 7JDy6t WASHINGTON n a lern- 50QOOto aieatpt thousand by D 0 W1tgins k Brp I In quire at New OperA H use or grocery on Irvine vtreeU oct3Blf NOW DYING Big Ed Lodgen Victim of Dropsy WAS KING OF MOON SHINERS i Big Ed Lodgen king of the moonshiners is dying in his mountain home in Green COUntySEdward B Lodgen is the most noted moonshiner in Kentucky It is said that he has killed not less than eleven men most of them fellow moonshiners who had inform ed theGovernmentauthorities of his operatiqns His moun tain stills have been raided on many occasions and on as many occassions was charged with shooting and wounding or killing a United States Marshal Altogether he has spent seveial years of his life in the Louisville jail and a bigger hearted man than Lod gen was never in the jail Lodgen lived a tempestous life Reds dying of dropsy and phthisic in the quiet country home of Theodore Bybee in Horse Cave Green county physically Lodgen stands over six feet in height and is large framed He is about fifty years of age His square sets jaws and stern demeanor indicate his stormy career He was first arrested and brought to Louisville about ten years ago when Billy Bailey was Jailer He was also in jail when Richard Watts was Jailer and had been in jail twenty months when he was acquitted in the Federal Court for shootingand wound ing a United States Marshal He was tried and acquitted October 16 1902 but was re arrested by Detective Ross on the charged of beinga fugitive from justice from Green county where he had been indicted for shooting Robert Wade He was taken to Greensburg and was released on bond He had spent four months in Che Covington jail before be ing brougt to Louisville and was very muchincensed when he was finally acquitted be cause he had been required to stay in jail twenty months on trivial evidence Lodgen was a model prison er in the Louisville jail He vas king of all the moonshin ers when at liberty and when in jail he was the captain of the prisoners He had abso lute sway of the prisoners in his tier of cells and was made boss of that floor by Jailer Pflaiiz He was also the trusted banker of all the prisoners His strong box was the only place in jail where the prisoners could keep their money in safety and though he cokf neither read nor write hewas model banker Cour ier Jovrnal Mysterious Circumstance One was pain arid sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif feronct She who is blushing with health uses lr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the dlte3tlonthem Only 25c at alt lruggidts 1m Reward in Heaven John Kinnarney one of the levator boys at the Court house and a negro discovered at the same time a womans pocketbook lying on the sidewalk near fifth and Jefferson JivelYIscrthe two for the possession of stlie book Kinnarney finally securing it Upon examination it was found that the contents con sisted of some papers and S5- in p19Iley but there was no liatne of the owner on any of the payers Kinnarney re- Lturnato the Courthouse and a few inutes mlater a well dressed woman appeared Are you not the young man who found a pocketbook shejiskedS Yes said Kinnarney 01 picked it up on Fifth street The woman identified it as her property an dit was hand cover to her The One above wi reward you she said as she tripped out the door Evening Post The elim5ax 1 per Year The SchoolBook Issue The next Kentucky legisla ture will not find the school book problem difficult of solution if it will study the uni formity laws of Tennessee North Carolina Louisiana and Texas The school children of all four of these States en joy the benefits of a uniform textbook law low prices and school books alike in all coun tiesIf the legislature consults the book trust and mores the pityoccasional educa tional officials the result may be county uniformity or that kind of uniformity brought about by the booktrust at booktrust rates Be there 119 or 1 trust prices will prevailand theSOOOOO school children of Kentucky wLl pay the profits of the booktrust Which shall it be Shall there be legislation that will benefit 800000 children and keep from 300000 to SjoOO 000 in thepoeketsofKent1ucky- parents or laws passed or conditions allowed tocontin tie- thai will add fortunes to the profitsEvery member of the next legislature should well un derstand the effects of the Tennessee textbook law It cuts down prices tinny to fifty per cent It prescribes a uniform series of textbooks and does away with the ex pensive changes now demanded with each session or whenever a parent moves from one county to another This law islso exceedingly popular that it has become a Democratic tenet having been engrafted as a plank in the last Tennessee State platform No one desires its repealthat is no one who buys schoolbooks Give the schoolchildren a chance Why not listen to the parents of the 800000 Kentucky children instead of the booktrust The schoolbook issue will be one of the most vital be fore the next legislature How does your representative or senator stand in the fight between the parent and the children and the booktrust Glasgow Times Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the lei of J II Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies Hut Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally rood for burns bruises skin eruptions and piles 25c at all drugstores lin When the No 4 passenger train used to run through Lan caster we were w frequent passenger thereon and every time Cynthiana was reached about 530 a m we heard a roaring noise One morning we slipped into the cab of the engine and asked clever Johnnie Clarke the engineer why he turned on his blower so heavily at Cynthiana Blower replied Clark thats not the engine blower thats Editor Jim Allen snor ing The other morning we passed Cynthiaua at 830 and hearing the same noise though it too late for Allen to be in bed so asked Engineer Billy Man son if he had his blower on at Cynthiana No said Malison thats Editor Allen snoring Passengers in the sleeper got to kicking on us engineers about this and Mr Hood had to come out and see fQr him self that we didnt make the noise and disturb the passen gers Central Record That sounds like a roaring big yarn to us A Fatal Mistake Is Often Made By The Wisest People Its a fatal mistake to neglect backache Backache is the first syniptonj of kidney ills Serious complications follow Doaria Kidney Tills cure them promptly Dont eIlv until too late diahoteaB4glitsdisease Read what this gentleman B35tS tat D W Welsh keeper oj the Wood County Infirmary Pnrkjfhnrj W Va says 1 had to go aibnqd trying to evade pain constantly liwaie that a false step jerk or twiat jonld bring punishment and 1 was to handle any thinglor fear of a reminder iq thn shape ofa twing tratle at DrJ N Murdochs drndjetore t n Third street and liave4Olnetla3pg to ItlnmeinKi Pills and I tool J i supply home wirtCUECdthemNo C45 Seventh tftrvet used hew They I1ted tho thrt tlf I1S 1R lit rf Ma the city every few days AD tran ubstauJiate the refllRrk8 I have For sale by dealers Price 50 c fn ts a lox EosierMilburn Cfi fluff b N Y sole agents for thoU B Remember the flameD au Laud take no other Urn WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possible Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the weeds will disappear C The best lung fertilizer is porkisto digest The time to treat consumption is when you begin trying yourselOthers Dont wait until you cant longerBeginto take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emulsion free Be sore that tht picture in the form ot a label u on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 2nd Si all druggists To Wash Mountmellick Em broidery- Notwithstanding the pres sent popularity of the beauti ful mountmellick embroidery which possesses the advantage of being so durable that it may be handed down from generation to generation many hesitate about doing mas sive patterns in the work on occount of the difficulty in keeping it from yellowing with use If properly hand led however this trouble may be done away with Never allow any kind of stain to remain on it but re move at once by holding over a bowl and pouring boiling water through the fabric for some time then put the piece to soak for a day and night in a basin of water to vhich has been added a heaping table spoonful of powdered borax this will whiten it without us ing strong washing powders which are very injurious After soaking wash in warm suds between the hands rinse well blue and dip in starch water Sprinkle it just enough to make itiron well as having the material too wet will cause it to yellow Iron on the wrong side on several thicknesses of an old woolen blanket Low Rates to Southwest On the first and third Tues days of each month the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way andround trip tickets at one half the regular rate plus 2 00 to points in Missouri Ar kansas Louisiana and Texas allowing stop over going and return limit of 21 days This unusually low raters made for the purpose ducing immigration to the Great Southwest It is be lieved by those who have made a study of conditions that no territory on the American Continent offers equal oppor tunities for farming stock raising fruit and truck grow ing or any of the multiplied industries that are building prosperous towns and cities To the person of limited means desiring a home this section of country offers greater inducements thatper haps any place bnearth The fertility of soil exceedingly low prices of land mild open winters long growing seasons enabling two and three crops to be made off thesameground combines a greater number of advantages than may be found elsewhere Any of the following litera tare desrciptive ofthe country and its recourses along the line of theCotton Belt Route will be sent free toany person upon application Homes the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Mis souri Arkansas and N WV Louisiana Through Texas with a Camera Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vegeta bles The Diversier a fruit and truck growers journalS E W LABEADi- sIEGPaACottohBerfcxRoute tf St LouiSjMo Assassination Anda Free Press The killing of Editor Gon zales was more than murder Its motive makes it a crim not only against the law of God and the statutes of South Carolina but a high and menacing crime against the fundamental law of the country which guarantees liberty of speech and of the press Gonzales was assassinated for exercising his clear right publicly to criticise censure and denounce the public acts of the Tillmans both uncle and nephew Whether his criticisms of them were just or unjust is wholly beside the question He had a right to make and print them how ever severe they may have been The laws of libeland of slander provide proper and sufficient remedies for any public man unjustly assailed in a public newspaper- LieutenantGovernor Till man was last year a candidate for governor Gonzales im peached his character liis habits his fitness for the high office he sought All this the editor had a clear right to do and it was his du ty to do so upon his honest convictions and under a sense of his responsibility to the public For this Tillman attacked him on the street and unarmed and quite defense less though he was killed himThis cowardly murder touches the vital rights of the press of the whole coun try South Carolina becomes the scene of a precedent mak ing trial thatis of the highest interest and importance for the entire union American journalism from New York to San Francisco and from Maine to the Gulf is inter ested in the vindication of this case of the right of the press to discuss criticise and condemn the public acts of public men unawed by vio lence or the fear of itNew York World Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrhMedicine Sent Free The two diseases are the result of an awful poisoned condition of the blood If you have aching pints and back cripplellhandsshifting sharp biting pains unit that tired discouraged feeling of rheumatism or the hawking spitting blurred eyesight deafness sick stomach head ache noises in the head mucous throat discharges decaying teeth lad breath belching gas of catarrh take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the blood which cause these awful symptoms giving a pure healthy blood supply to the joints and mucous membranes and makes a perfect cure of the worst rheumatism or foulest catarrh Cures where all else fails Blood hahn is composed of pure Botanic ingredients good for weak kidneys Improves the digestion chres dyspepsia A perfect tonic for old folks by giving them new rich pure blood Thorough ly tested for thirty years Druegfsts 1 per large bottle with complete di rections for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m Dominie Began It A Scotch clergyman was addressing his congregation in a hightoned monotonous voice when he was interrupted by the howls of a dog in the back part of the church He waited long enough for the dog to be taken out and made up his mind that he wauldsee the dogs owner whom he knew and take him to task for bringing the ani mal into the sacred precincts After the services were over hemet the man Sandy he said what do you mean by bringing your dog into church Why his howling and whin ing were scandalous Domi nie retorted Sandy It was na the beasts fault I call you to witness ye began it yerself Phifadelp h i a Ledger An Irishman full of enthus iasm and the cratur was walkingalong the street in Boston on St Patricks Day and yelling HoorraJ for St Patrick Hoorra for Ireland A yankee walking in front turnedarouudandiu adisgust ed tones aid Hurrah for Hll All right replied the Irish man every man for his own country I GoVernol elect Frazier of Tennessee was inaugurated at NashviUej the ceremonies at the Capitol building being witnessed by great crowds Addresses were delivered by retiring Gbv McMHiin and the new Executive BUSY EEE CASH STOR- EHASMOVED 1- eg To their Handsome Building on Main street g OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE We are already showing new Laces Hamburgs Embroideries Wash Gaods in all the extreme novelties Linens etc Call andsee us in our new quarters and note the low prices we are naming on firstclass merchandise We have just placed on sale the largest and most up to date line of a Carpets MattingsLinolems etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cashprices will repay you for a look through this department alwayshavevite you W D OLDHAMBUSY O GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese j wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter tImings in life are being jilted by a girl rnd a dose of quinine r TH- ELexington L- V Democrat A is THE OVLYe DAILY- Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Regions t ++++ It is especially devoted to the Interest of the Cemocrat Ic and Ins all the- newswlt vcr Subscription Price 500 a Year itCentsa Week by Carrier tTo AND MGR ONj c Lexington Kentucky r f Mrs Laura S Webb VlcoFnwIdent Womans Demo cratle Club of Xarltieni Oblo dreaded the change of life which was last approaching noticed Wine of Cardul and to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the first month so I kept on taking It for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It olf and on now until I haw passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off TheYfollow woman thechange me not wait buttake Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trov ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering womtn of any age Wine of relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan ges When come lathe change life Mrs Webbs mean more to you than it does now But may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell SI of Wino of Canlui INEofCARDUI MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys n o SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand Opening Of F2fl Sriildngs Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opaned in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We belowforeingn Stouffer Mauler TAILORS departmentLoralle Atlantic Hiilroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or versal1lesLawrencebttrt8hellaos pm Lm lMamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and f I1Mam Cincinnati 111 m panFromO M BROWNING Gen Mgr XrnRichmond Ky Low Rates on Rock IsUaJ Pacific Railway and tie C OG Railway On the first and third Tuesdays of November December January Feb mary March and April tickets both one way and round will be sold to points in Arkansas Cotorada Kansas Nebraska New Mexico and Texne Indian and Oklahoma Territories at grontly reduced rates These tickets are good in reclining chair car seats free on solid yeah baled trains If you are going West Southwest or Northwest take advantage ot those very low rates For rates routes and time tables rail on your nearest ticket agent or ad dress G D BACON D P A lIow ltD JOILY T P A No 88 East Fourth St tf Cincinnati O +4++ CALL AT+ + + JONES JIERSH01U SALOON PARLOR WHEN Df TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs Ocaalae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St Gas Reduction About one year ago thiii company ratesItpatronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1 000 fat on illn minatintr iras furnished on and after Dee 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price offcaa from 200 to 175 giventiatpayhismonth at time office or who is indebted dehinIrate exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATEU IJOIIT Co Nov 27 lOud decI4 tf lilt cilMil sti Year JL r 0 J1i i I he Richmond Climax I 0 CHBNAULTn nPruldent- D MILLER n M n gv- rPOBTSCnOWE n Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 4 1903 rUBLISHJD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON OJ Clark County FOR COMMON AKAtTU8 ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- 2Jznounccmcnts We are nthorii d to announce FJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C RiaaSai a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party KENTUCKY excels in tobacco and hemp the best paying props grown by farmers is voted for live stock is rapidly becoming foremost as an oil producing State and will soon rank high in coal mining Millions of capital have come into the State to develop in dustries and every effort should be made to induce futher investments Men of jiffairs should be elected as law makers and every law now books detriment nu the statue to capital or trade should be repealed Kentucky Farm Journal A BILL has been introduced in the Minnesota Legislature declaring that it shall be un lawful for one person to kiss another unless he can prove he is free from contagious or i ifectious diseases The bill declares the certificate of a physician declaring a person to have a weak heart shall constitute a bar to the indulgence of kissing and violation IIf the bill is accounted mis c1 meanol punishable by a fine of from 51 to 55 for each of fense EDITOR D O GROFF of the Jessamine News has with drawn from the Legislative race Mr Groff is a demo crat from the word go and would have made a splendid nominee but owing to the 1iief space of time until the primary he decided best to withdraw He will continue in the field of Journalism which after all is not theworst thing in the world Mn ROOSEVELT insists that justice to the negro de mands that the negro be permitted to hold political office whenheshows himself to oefit for it Are there nofitnegroes in New York Philadelphia Chicago Canton Oyster Bay aid other Northern cities The Commoner Solid Silver Ware Solid silver knives and forks solid M vpr souvenir and Xmas spoons in wiles variety tf L E Lane Girl BroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY XrII r CLEARANCE SALE OF CarpetsDraperies Furniture Wall Paper This is the great house furnishing economy time Each year hundreds of house keepers profit by the savings that this sale ffmakes possibles It will pay all who have furnishing to do to come and reap the advantages this sale offers6 CI F1BroerCo1 kAIN AND BROADWAY LEONQTON Ky- ++ ++t f SPECIAL t+ tDr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf RlchmondKy If you want to lauch go to tho minstrel Friday night Seats now on sale Bo sure to get one Wo have two Moore Air Tights on band that we will sell at cost tf D B SllAOKELFOKD CO Bringin your jewelry taste We will satisfy it tf L E Lane Call up Letcher Witt for Red Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 dec10 2- nDyepsiabant of human existence Burdock Blood Bitters cure it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach 1m Only one remedy In the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part ot the body Doans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents 1m 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 ages from one to eight years for sale privately For particulars call on or address DlLLAItl BEIinYMAN Brassfield Ky TO CUBE 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 Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send par ticulars to R K Kelley Baird build lug Kansas City Slo and see what ho will give you for it 1 mo IL K KELLEY 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 Aleo 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separate to suit purchaser Everett Witt 8mo Richmond Ky Entered In Combination Sale Mr Mat S Cohen has entered his Imported Hackney Stallion MilitlaI 2186 in the combination sale Madison Courty Stock Yards on Feb mary 1112 Mr Cohen is anxious that Madison county parties should buy his horse and will make the sale on twelve months time with good note tf To The Public Smallpox is prevailing to an alarm- Ing 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 cinated The School Superintendant and teachers are instructed to allow no child admitted to the public school who 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 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 POYNTZ Health Office B H M C jan28 2t STATE OF CITY TOLEDO saIucASFBANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partnnr of the firm of F J Cheney Co 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 each and every case of Catarrh that winiot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 1886 I r A W GLEASON I SEAL Noary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the wstem Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Haila Family Pills are the best Sheriffs Sale FO- RTaxes 1902O- FLand and Town Lots J W Wagers Sheriff of Madison county will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky on- Monday1 Mar 2t03 It being County Court Day between the hours of 10a m and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes as sessed against the same for the year 1902 WHITE RICHMOND NO Baxter Robert A 20 acres 4 70 Barlow Mrs lilanhe 1 acre 7 55 Bollon Mrs Mary 1 Jot 7 C5 Burton Leo11ut 1085 55CloreDavis Mrs Sallie 1 lot i 5 95 Evans Dr G W W G White 1 lot 2 Faulkner Mrs Nannie nr hot 1090 Farley Wm hrallot v VJ 4 DI Hagerman BO nr Slots 3 Harrison 0 H nrSlots 9 80 Hacker T G hrs 1 lot 815 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots 1J 95 Huges Irs Lizzie 1 lot 10 10 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 55 MarcumOP2 lots 915 McMahan Pat hrs 1 lot 4 25 McKenna Mrs ivatlicriiio 1 lot 12 70 Miller Lydia Lilot 3 15 Parrish S D 5 acres 4 lots 9 95 Parrish S DO D Powell 1 lot 3 ParriRb S D Martha Kimbrcll j2 acres 4 25 Pitman Jnc A 11 acres ill 65 Powell Mrs Mary 210tq 8 70 Pence J B ur 1 lot 13 40 tIcs XSrsLcttlel lot 13 15 RlcbarJs A E nr 110te 370 RoberUpIra MaryJ Flot 57 6 Stonffer J Bogt Jno Trjbb i lot 4 25 Wallace H Gardner 1 lot 10 50 White W G W L Farley 1 lot 2 60 White W G A Joe Bush 1 lot 9 85 Wilson Mrs Winnie 3 lots 3 iO Williams Jno Ml lot 8 05 Williamson Mrs Mary nr 1 lot 4 2o- WortlunanJoe B nrl lot 315 FOXTNWN NO 2 Bolin Jamefi 4 lots 4 30 Bolin Noah 4 lots 540 DavisJ G 122 acres 1270 Forbes Saylor 1 acre 4 55 Guess Jno S 40 acres 585 Hall Wm 1 10 acres 14 75 Jackson Mrs Martha E acres 7 55 Newby Mrs Luciudla 55 acres 9 95 Stafford Aim Jno W 79 acres 7 55 Taylor Peudleton acres 4 70 Tate Cas well 25 acres 12 40 Walton Mrs A M 27 acres S 25 White Mrs Ann L 67 acres 5 75 UNION NO 3 Baldwin Sam C 163 acres 42 55 Bowman Jan 10 acres 40 Denny Nannie hrs 5 acres 2 60 Freeman Nancy J hrs 39 acres 5 40 Grider Mrs W H 10 acres 7 55 Hlslo Dennoy 13 acres 3 O Lewis Geo W nr 55 acres 5 40 Nunuelly Frank 1 acre 4 70 Risk Jesse j ar for Wade Shearer 26 acres 795 Scudder Mrs Julia A 57 acres S 70 Sexton Archhrsnr32acres 48 951WhiteWitt N n nr 7 acres 3 15 ELLISTON NO4 Adams A W 25 acres 5 85 Adams George 8 acres 4 70 Butler John W 125 acres 17 95 Conner James 4 acres 4 20 David Richard 53 acres 9 85 Dozier Curtis 20 acres 5 85 Ellison Amo 4 acres 4 70 Fain Nathan nr 35 acres 7 55 Gentry Dave 3 acres 4 70 Jennings Evnline 2 acres 2 60 Johnson Edith hrs 30 acres 4 25 Johnson fj Y 2 acres 470 King Mrs Nancy 25 acres 3 15 Lykins Nannie and sisters 3 acres 7 35 Portwood Mrs Martha 15 acres 2 60 Turner Edna 7 acres 2 85 Winkle Mrs Sallie 85 acres 5 95 YATES NO 5 Asbery Lydia 11 acres 5 25 Baker Saul 6 acres 90 Baker Jno 12 acres 4 70 Ee IRC Albert C 12 acres 4 20 Burnett Bruce 20 acres 14 7b Carpenter Nelson 05 acres 5 30 Cates Lucinoa SO acres 6 45 Cornelison Robt 50 acres 4 70 Cornelison Jas H 35 acres 7 G5 Coker A G 4 acres 530 Foley B H 10 acres 4 40 Foot Hasting D 7 acres 4 70 Garrett David nr 130 acres 24 25 Gentry Jno 80 acres 5 85 Gentry John 50 acres 4 70 Gentry David nr 40 acres 3 15 Green WJ Go acres 1200 Gutridge Irvine 2 acres 4 20 Harlow Martini J 100 acres 6 50 Harley WmB 90 acres 11 40 Harris Gillard Hendricks Ed 5 acres 4 75 Hill Thomas 87 acres 655 Holland James 55 acres 5 30 Jackson Robt 3 acres 3 00 Jackson Jas L 66 acres 6 95 Johnson Gidiau 2 acres 4 20 Johnson Alex S acres 5 30 Jones Eh 12 acres 4 20 Kelley Jno C 10 acres 4 20 KendredSallielOOacres 11 00 Kindred Mrs Nancy B hrs 124 acres 13 15 Kindrel T P 80 acres 4 75 Kidwell Mary J 40 acres 3 15 Lamb Mary A 50 acres 2 jlJ Lamb Lincoln 70 acres 4 70 Lamb Henry 7 acres 4 20 Lamb John acres 5 65 Lakes JIIO M nr 75 acres 5 35 Lakes Fred 75 acres 5 jjLakes John nr 10 acres 3 70 Lakes Cm t 40 acres 5 00 Lamb Pleas 159 acres 5 80 Lawson E RIO acres G 40 45tucasLovot Ed 22 acres 585 Malicote Kate 11 acres 2 85 Mize Phebe 130 acres 6 50 Moore Wm L hrs 33 acres 13 15 Reeves Steve 63 acres 5 80 Hiddlo P B I acre 630 Richardson Mote 30 acres 4 20 Hose Mrs Rebecca 100 acres 12 00 Rogers Win 10 acres 420 Thorpe J W 1 acre 30 Tipton Sol 25 acres 750 Todd Seth 15 acres 5 60 Todd Charley 50 acres 4 75 Todd Lydia 6 acres 2 40 Truett Ed 21 acres 5 85 Vaughn Polly 7 acres 2 60 Vanwinkle James j acres 4 00 Vanwinkle Palistine 10 acres 4 00 Vanwinkle Pal 18 acres 4 0 Warlord Thomas nr 50 acres 3 75 Winkler A J nr 86 acres 7 55 Winkler Christopher acres 4 75 Woolery Amos 1 acres 4 20 Woolery Will nr 1 acre 2 60 Young Hugh 24 acres 5 80 Young Margaret 7 acres 375 GLADES NO 6 Anderson Jas E 75 acres 95 Asberry Elizabeth nr 4 acres 2 Azbill Jno J 1 lot C 85 Bates James 200 acres 5 85 Ballard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 3 70 Baker Amanda 75 acres 4 25 Beasloy Sallie 1 acre 2 00Iacres Bronston Wm iS acres 12 50 Burton Jno 3 acres 8 00 Burton Harry far 50 acres 5 35 Buford Thomas 17 acres 5 85 Burns Jas H 1 lot 95 Burnell Lyman 50 acres 5 40 Burnell Jasper 2 acres 410 Clift Richard 5 acres 4 55 Cornelison Robt R R acres 4 70 Collins James 8 acres 4 75 Coyle Thos J Jr 1 lot 5 85 Cope Jno W 1 lot 40 Crutcher Jno W nr 3 acres 2 10 Damrell Joseph 30 acres 530 veering James nr 1 lot 4 25 Eden Sam nr 1 acre 250 Gabbard Don C acres 4 75 Gabbard Jno hrs 20 acres 4 25 Giles Mary nr 1 lot 4 25 Grant Walter 20 acres 5 85 Hatfield Wm 1 lot 4 55 Hays Philip 50 acres 5 85 Harrison Thos J 25 acres 5 75 Harrison Burrett F 25 acres 9 O Harrison Lewis S 46 acres 6 85 Harris Thos I acre 3 70 Hellard Wm 2 acres 4 20 Hill George 2 acres 4 75 Hoskins Mrs Elizabeth lOOacrcs 4 25 Honey Jas SOacres 5 G5 Hill Nancy and K Jones nr 35 acres 2 70 Idson Mrs Maud 10 acres 2 85 Isaacs Godfrey nr 1 lot 5 95 70Jonesacres 2 75 70Johnson 65Johnson 95Kindred05Kimbrell 485Laws005LunsfordLucas James 1 lot K 95 LuskDrJno L I lot 9 15 4PMathewsMcIIone William 25 acres 4 85 55MurrellWmOgjrJasW3acres4 480 Parks Richard 60 acres 5 85 Pigjr Wm H 2Oacres 495 Pond James and sisters nr 23 acres 315 Preston D A 1 lot 6 95 Reynolds Asberry Hot 4 75 Richardson John 1 lot 7 55 Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 80 Rogers William 70 acres 1030 Scott Max 2 acres 4 20 Settle Geo W 50 acres 2 lota 7 55 Settle A P mid G W 62 acres 8 35 Sharp James 1 lot 87 Shocknoy Thos nr 18 acres 2 70 Shockley Wm 1 lot 585 Skinner Win 60 acres 875 Tatum Mrs Mattie 10 acres 3 15 Taylor Frank 15 acres Tacker Geo W 2 acres 530 Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 3 15 Todd Susan E 2 acres 2 GO Todd Joe E 20 acres 6 40 Turpin Willis 10 acres 4 20 Tnrpin Robt 4 acres 4 70 Vanwinkle Jno W 12 acres 30 Vanwinkle Pal Sr 18 3 Sn Vanwinkle Joseph A 6 acres 3 Oo Watkins Thos H 1 lot 4 20 West Sallie and Rose 7 acres 3 15 Weaver Salem 26 acres 5 30 Williams Mary A 27 acres 7 Oo Wilson Jno R nr 4 acres 2 75 Young Jno T 100 acres 5 85 KIRKSVILLE No 7 Barnes Wm and Jas E 5 acres 7 15 Beasley Sallie C II ot 22 05 Harton Mrs Nancy hrs27 acres 5 35 Kinnard June 7 acres 7 20 Lambert Wesley nr 61 acres 14 80 Lawrence Mrs J H 1 lot 7 55 Lughton Honry 13 acres 4 70 Ledford Leander nr 68 12 05 Long Thos 6 acres 4 70 Madison Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 60 Pullins Mrs Clyde 1 acre 9 80 Rhodus Jesse 1 acre 4 70 1 acre 4 70 Richardson Ben i acre 4 70 Sebastian Herman nr 20 acres 5 35 Shrewsberry E R 1 lot 11 00 Smith William 1 acres 4 70 Smith Robt L 25 acres 1395 Terry Mrs Amanda 45 acres 17 60 White Green 1 acres 4 20 MILLION NO 8 BeckGWllot 445 Bogie Mrs Sarah 61 acres 15 95 Bolser Jacob nr 1 lot 585 Brock Mrs Mary 1 lot 4 25 Burton Woodson lire 20 acres 425 Burton Elizabeth 5 acres 8 15 Carpenter Henry C nr 1 lot 35 Carpenter and Cosby riot 2 60 Coats W I 1 acre 4 iO Cox Sallie Al lot 315 Colston Rachel 5 acres 2 60 Douglas I N 15 acres G 30 Fain Brack 1 acre 420 Foster Robt acre 3 sFoster Leoma 7 acres 3 15 Foster Joel P 1 acres 4 10 Foster James 10 acres 4 20 Harvey Norris 16 acres 4 70 Haden Ellard L Trus for L J Hadcn 180 acres 1315 Haden L nr 9 lot 370 Hensley Mildred nr 36 acres 470 Hill Mrs Elizabeth 65 acres 9 85 Iluup Jackson nr 1 acre 3 15 Jenkins P P nr 1 lot 2 90 Kidwell Kate 1 lot 3 15 Land Sallie 35 acres 50 Lawes Howard 10 acres 475 Lawson Jim C ur 2 lots 3 80 Long Amanda J hrs 16 acres 3 80 Long John Sr 84 acres 11 70 Lowry Lizzie 16 acres 485 Lowry Wm Jr 3 acres 4 20 Lowry Jas Jr 12 acres 485 Lowry Wm Sr 1 acre 3 85 Locker Wm 1 acre 4 20 Masters Jno 7 acres 5 85 McKee E B Receiver of Barker Cedar Co 6 acres 45 Micheal T P nr Hot 2 00 Million Mrs Harrett 92 acres 26 SO Million Mary A Sr 36 acres 50 Morse Mrs A M 9 lots 1870 Newby Mrs T M 1 lot 3 15 Perkins Dave lot 4 40 Portwood Ed 5 acres 4 75 Prather Mary 20 acres 4 25 Renfro Mrs Jane 140 acres 14 25 U Robt Sr 15 acres 4 75 Riley W C nr 1 lot 2 70 Sowers George 1 acre 4 70 Taylor Wm 1 lof 695 James 1 lot 4 70 David 1 lot 4 20 SISidney 75 acres 15 20 Tillett Jno W 4 acres 430 Turner Mrs Bettie nr 4 acres 3 IiiI Turner Harrett nr 40 acres 7 55 Vanderpool I W 1 lot 4 20 Warner W H nr 1 lot 18 70 Webb hrs 1 lot 2 70 Wheeler Cash Hot 6 95 Whitaker R W andJno Warren 65 acres 50 Whitnker Henry 100 acres 27 90 Woods Jno B 2 acres 510 COLORED HICHMOND NO Ballew Lucretia 2 lots 7 60 Ballard Wince 1 lot 6 05 Barnes H Reheca and McHenry hot 370 Benna Charles 1 lot 8 05 Blytlie James 1 lot v 5 65 Bettie 1 lot 5 35 Black Sallie Ml lot 50 Bogps Harrett 1 lot 3 15 Breck Burgoyine 1 lot 11 40 4 Richard S Hot 1090 Bronston Jacob 1 lot 4 70 Burgin Martha hrs 1 lot 5 35 Burnam Alice llot 7 05 Charlie 1 lot 6 40 II Jno C nr 1 lot 5 3- 5BoydJBCalliellot 755 Cobb Wm llot 4 75 Campbell Mat 1 lot 5 30 Eldr W lot 4 70 Ie E Wand M Embry llot 260 Chenault Jno 1 lot 6 40 Tobe nr 1 lot 5 35 Chambers Jerry 1 lot 6 05 Cobb Milinda 1 lot 4 50 Covln toll Sarah lira 110t 4 25 1 lot 5 35 CochranI hrs Hot 815 Crutclier Nancy 1 lot 4 25 Dowthet Thos 1 lot 9 15 EllisonNannie 1 lot 340 Embry Rebecca 1 lot a 50 Jenny 1 lot 13 15 Estill Robt nr 1 lot 3 15 Einbry Julia 1 lot v 4 25 Estill Lena 1 lot 3 15 Embry Mariah 1 lot 3 15 Fife Mollie 1 lot 470 25Fisher 55I70GilbertGuynn Dr Jno Allot 1165 35HarrisII II 05Alice soHillIrvine Joe 1 lot 6 f5 Hannah llot 5 95 40JohnsonJackson Bettie hrs 1 lot 8 70 85Jong15Martin85Maxbery315McWilliamsMitchel Mary hrs 1 lot 5 35 Miller Harrison D na 1 lot 5 35 gar LucyiMiller IGMillerC and L Millar Hot 315 5Moberly15Murry370MassieNoland Celm 1 lot 0n535Owens Green Hot ii 49 Thos nr 1 lot v i 435 Parks 35Shletl it O is direct1 to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried Iw the Main street butchers The mail or der business of this firm has growh to such 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 always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest pricesthe market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas L CultonWholesale and Retail ButchersRichmond Ky Phelps Jennie 1 lot 14 25 Win Hot 4 75J Rice Belle agt for G Donahoe 1 lot 3 70 Rice Geo 1 lot 5 30 Rogers Mary 1 lot 3 70 Rodes James Hot 3 75I It Lavina hrs i lot 7 Robinson Plaisey nr 1 lot 3 70 Shepherd iQ Hot 315 ChasSr110t58Smith Howard 1 lot 0 40 Scott lot V CT5 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 10 II Irene 1 lot 4 25 Tevls Casslel lot 5 35 Todd Cbas 111 lot 605- Tonibline Henry lot 5 80 Tribble Mary hral lot 4 85 TnrnerDan lire 1 lot 6 60 It Mrs Mattie 1 lot 3 70 Tye James llot 470 Washington Nancy lira 1 lot 4 25 Walker Speed S 78 acres 8 65- Thos hrs 1 lot 4 25 Mrs Elias llot 3 15 II Wmlbt 695 White Jas Sr 1 lot 450 Wm 1 lot 4 00 Rose 1 lot 3 15 Narcis 1 lot 5 35 Jas alt for K P lodge 1 lot 4 25 White Mrs Jas Allot 755 White Dave 1 lot 4 70 Winfleld Millie 1 lot 6 50 Dow 1 lot 4 70 Willis Lizzie I lot s 35 Williams Charlenrl lot 7 55 Ben 1 lot 720 II Luke Clot 9 15 Woods Mary 20 acres 4 25 West Sarah 1 lot 3 15 YatesMnpgiellot 535 FOXTOWN NO 2 Cheaault Jas 1 aero 4 20 CharlesS acres 4 70 Cosby Alex 1 acre 420 Fox Richard agt Htipewell 1odge 1 acre 2 50 Fox Ken 2 acres 4 75 4Mark 4 acres 4 10 Hill Joel 3 acres 4 40 Stevelacre 3 00 Jones David 20 acres S 85- James 12 acres 470 Langford Amos 4 acres 5 85- McKiiineyJefFlir 10 acrel 3 15 Million Simon 20 acres 4 29 Murry Alice 1 acre 3 lb Phelps Sam I lot 7 55 Stevens Rice hrs acre 2 60 Smith Scott 3 acres 4 20 It Ed 2 acres 400 TaylorSamuel acres 4 50 Thompson Andy lire 12ncres 4 S5 Walker Green 60 acres 10 30 Walker Andrew 1 aero 4 20 White Andy 5 acres 4 70 White John 21 acres 9 40 UNION NO 3 BaxterHulda 25 acres 4 25 Brooks Charlton 2 acres 4 70 Wm Sr 1 acre 420 Covington Robt 1 acre 5 80 Lane Wash 8 acres 6 91- 3MllIerSam 2 acres 4 85 Quinsberry Florence hrs 15 acres 5 35 Robinson Mary 25 acres 30 ShearerJack 7 acres 40 Shearley Miranda 1 acre 3 15 White John 1 acre 5 15 ELUSION NO 4 Ballow Lena 7 acres 3 70 Frank 15 acres 4 W Jackson 2 acres 4 20 Dates S 3 acres 2 40 Bianton Arron 40 acres 11 40 Collins Joseph 2 acres 4 00 Cobb Nannie 1 acre 3 15 Crockel Henry lr 2 acres 2 60 Howard 20 acres 5 30 Doty Chris 1 acre 4 20 Eatill Dolly i acre 2 60 It Shlly acre 2 eo Ellison Andy 25 acres 5 30 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 70 Embry William I acre 4 70 Harris Arthusa 10 acres 3 15 Emily 47 acres 585 Cavanaugh James acres 420- ilartin Ben 2 acres 4 20 ilayo Loander 2 acres 4 20 Miller June 5 acres 9 15 Walter 1 aero 4 40 Hocrs Wm 1 acre 4 20 ldham Jno 6 acres 4 70 Robinson EM 17 acres 5 30 Reed G T 7 acrts 4 20 It Harvey 6 acres 4 70 Royston Angline 10 acres 4 25 Mose 3 acres 4 20 Simpson Marieo 1 acre 2 WhIte Jarrolt acres 4 20 Yates Rachel acre 2 50 YATES NO 5 Baxter Will 3 acres 4 2J Barclay William 1 acre 3 00 Ballew Frank 7 acres 4 20 Blythe Emily 37 acres 5 35 It Roy 5 acres 5 30 Cornelison Howard 11 acres 3 35 Embry Campbell 1 acre 4 00 Fender Wm 4acres 4 10 It Roy 3 acres 4 30 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres 4 20 Francis Emely 5 acres 2 Harris Eda and Tabitha 1 acre 2 Hocker Arch 1 acre 4 20 Coleman 12 acres 4 20 Betty 26 acres 4 85 Kavanaugh Jerry 4 acres 4 20 Maupin Charlie acre 4 00 Parks Juo 2 acres 4 20 Smith Isaac 2 acres 5 85 Thomas Henrv 12 acres 5 10 roods Rod s 49 acres 5 40 Tribble Jno H 30 acres 510 Walker Betty 8 acres slS White Abe 3 acres 4 20 GLIDES NO 6 Adams Henry 1 acre 4 20 Uallard Howard 1 lot 4 70 Fred 1 acre 4 20 Best Elijah 15 acres 5 10 Bennett Win nr 3 acres 3 70 BlvUie Sid 2 acres 470 i David nr 5 acres 535 Bowman CynthaSacres 2 75 Boggs Arch 4 acres 4 55 Burnam Joe 1 acre 4 20 Charlie 6 acres 695 Clark Ed 1 acre 4 55 Collins Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 Gf Cornelison Ion acre 4 20 Crigler Dave I acre 4 20 Crocket hrs 50 acres 2 60 Denney Amanda 2 acres 2 G- CDonliatru Jerry 15 acres 5 85 Diggs Battle 13 acres 3 75 It Sidney 13 acres 5 30 Diggs Rodiaagt 27 acres 5 95 Ealey Dan 2 acres 4 70 Farris John 4 acres 5 30 Millie 1 acre 2 70 Fish MariahG acres 3 75 rankling Jas 1 acre 4 00 Gentry Joe 20acres 5 30 Goolow George 1 acre 4 10 Haines Riley 1 acre 4 20 Jenkins Ed 34 acres 14 75 Kennedy Jas 1 lot 4 45 Mason Frank 2acres 4 70 Maupin Robt 20 acres 5 85 Martin hrs acres 4 25 Ben 3 acres 5 85 McBain Bony 10 acres 5 85 Miller Moses 8 acres 5 30 ACllot 5 30 Isaac 2 acres 530 3QMoranPaton Frank 2 acres 4 70 Parks Jno F 4 acres 450 Peyton Frank 1 acre 4 70 Rash Win 26 acres 6 40 Kodes Narcis 1 lot 535 Shearer Saiah 20 acres 5 70 It JnoSacres 480 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 4 25 Titus Alford W41 acies 16 00 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 30 Spencer 1 acre 4 50 West Dovy 1 lot 3 15 White Roda 23 acres 5 95 Willis 12 acres 5 30 William 4 acres 5 30 toGeo 1 lot 5 95 Willmore Sallie and sister 1 lot 5 95 Rl1 Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis I jrocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every day I cordially invite you to call p H Humphreys Grand Opera House Friday Peb 6Matinee and Night Oldest and Largest in the World Hi Henrys BIG MinstrelSENSATION Entire Change Sensational First Part Gorgeous Costumes Great Novelties New Jokes Latest Songs Big Military Band Solo Orchestra Dont Miss It Note The Date SpeciaIBgan Matinee Prices School Chilckcn JO Ctft Adults 25and 35 cents SEATS NOW ON SALE a LUCILE PETTICOATS havewshown haseverp timprettthessby from 15 to 35 per cent than those quoted by other houses for exactly thf p same goods kETYOR DWN EYES BE THE JUDGE I II OWEN McKEECor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY LADIES UNION SUITSMade of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in W at front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods OWEN MCKEE Yates Horace 51 aces lot 7 55 KIRKSVILLE NO 7 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 15 Hollinswortli Belle 1 acro 5 35 Maupin Win 15acres a 11 40 Mill r Gfo nr 1 lot 3 15 Moran Jake 1 acre 5 85 Ross George 13 acres 6 05 Turner Sam 6 lot 3 30 Watts Ike 4 acres 5 30 White George 5 acres 470 MILLION NO 8 Bate Miller 3 acres 4 20 Bogie Squire 18 acres 5 85 Broaddus Phil 1 acre 4 00 Burton WmSr 2 acres 400 Clark Irvin acres 5 00 Dcjarnott Frank 2 acres 4 30 Einbry Jeff 17 acres 5 85 Francis Manila 1 acre 2 3C Green Lloyd 4 acres 4 10 Jones Nelysis E nr not 260 Mumlay Joel 1 lot J 4 10 Munday Tobe 1 lot 4 20 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 4 70 Turner Irvin 1 lot 4 20 Warren George 7 acres 5 30 Willis Isaac 1 acre 4 20 JOHN F WAGERS S M C DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond BANKRUPTS As Receiver in Bankruptcy of the E V Elder stock of Dry Goods and General Mer chandise I am now now closing out the en tire stock o- fDry Goods Notlomis9 ClOthhg Hats Boots Shoes etc AT COST tJ Now is time to buy before the stock is picked over e DM Chenault RECEIVER See Sbackelfords Window lull of blue graniteware twice as heavy and half the cost of any ever offered before tf Patronize home industry by buying tbe Big Hill Coal Cos coal Letcher Witt agents Also best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents perpoundTEN T STORE Next door to Government Bldg CoalandFeed We have added Hay Ira Fend Stuff to our Coal business I Aspen Avenue and are rnpar furnish the citizens of Rif aor cA Madison county this tiara ii bd in any quantity UesirrJ at i prices Ve handle boti the Jet and Kentucky Coals Prmpt rrinil weight Give us a fa Beattyville Coal Co JACK FREI MAN Telephone ISI jv6O NEW FIRM New Goods New Prices CALL AT THE o oolirJJlstlif1lE Cash SIreoo CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS Opened Monday with a new and complete line of flf Dry Goods Notions Carpets Clothing Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishings t We will be glad to have the people oTMadison and adjoining counties call and inspect our goods arid prices Our old friends and customers are invited to come and bring Bothers with them Square dealings and polite attention guarantee to alL Very respectfully LACKEY HAMILTON Props U F L rta r eel bit a it ret hit a ty Cl E I r F TT1 iriFr =r i llere liRE TW ways of losing groundgoing backwards and stahd ing still We to keep in the lead with a full line of jggies Carriages Surries and Road Wagonsf- rom the cheapest to the best Come and see them and get our prices Repairing Painting Horse shoeing by competent workmen We guarantee to please Give us a trial l6e eaTTa AJDotks ef2KY e 3 tnn T rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 15- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour ie Richmond Climax DNESDAY FElL 4 1903 Saturday night Old Arkansas Te bet that travels Hi Henrys nsresLawrerceburg has lately suffered 200110 fire- Rooms for rent apply Mrs Sallie Ward sep 10tf La raster is prepairing to vote on loral option question iczs Preserves and Baked Beans at za Eros Phone 165 Second St lb surE to hear Marion an I El hearr Admission only 6Octs Dan Breck Fire Life and Ac et Insurance Oldhani building IJ214t Kc Euro to see Old Arkansas at Tiew Opera House on Saturday cr1Mr S Edward Saxon of Boston has epted the chair of oratory in Cen I University Dont fail to see iii Henrys Min 13at Grand Opera House on Friday VCth Matinee and night Buy you girl a shower stick If L E Lane Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas ectric Oil A cut Use Dr Thomas ctric Oil At your druggist 1m The Ladles Aid Socity of the First byterlan church will meet this af noon at 3 oclock in the lecture m of the church Mr W E Munsey and family have ved into Mrs Sudie Chenaults- me on Oak street The latter has en rooms in Mrs S Parrishs house Second street rlizabetb the little daughter of end Mrs Robert Winn of Vise niwn Estill county who was sej rev burned a wekor to ago is re iric as d inc nicely Vies Bertha Harris of near Wil irc has a honey suckle in tall bloomi- i has been outdoors all winter is something unusual and we pe it is nn indication that winter has bktn Jessamine Journal We hare a few heating stoves left t we will sell at cost to make room spring goods f D R FiiACKELFonn Co Mt Vesuvius is again in eruption eccut report says that detonations lcarl and steam and incandescent a are issuing from the volcano io IH surrounded with thick oke Hi Hour Big City Minstrel Ag nation numbering half hundred all itc performers will fill a spare date May February Cat the Grand Opera Use this is the same identical cow ay that opened their amusement- son in New York City and scored t biggest hit known In New York t1u years Since their opening sy Lave appeared in IVmton Pliila Iplna Washington Baltimore and ery large city in the South Theo for appearing in sosmallaplaco to ILla date on route from Lexington Charleston Seats are now on sale E C Wines drug store February 7th Old Arkansas A good show every night next week at the Grandt1zttlrazaThe Herald Square Stock Company at the Grand every night next week rMr T O Adams has been assigned to duty at Rices Distillery in Estill county Hawkes Cut Glass Every price bears the trade mark best there is If LE Lane Monday was Groundhog day but as usual he saw his shadow At any rate winter is not over The Ladies Aid society will meet at the Firsj Presbyterian church this afternoon at three oclock Bo sure to get tickets to the concert next week Marien and Elsenheimer You cant afford to tniia It A thing of beauty is a joy for ever See the conservatory in Old Arkansaw at the New Opera House Saturday February 7th Coughs and coldsdown to the very borderland of consumption yield to the soothing healing influences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Joe Mackey the veteran barber and well known colored man of this city who has been so very low with pneumoniais reported as improved Will Harrison the sweet barytore and McEnroe and LnPorct dancing wonders will be seen next at the Grand Also Professor flitters Autoscope That wondrous story of the wor droud south Old Arkansaw will Le the attraction at the New Opera House February 7 tho Seat sale opens Thnrs 5th Prices 25 35 awl 50 eta WantedA young man 21 years of age or older to locate in Richmond and learn the Piano business Must be honest and energetic Address or call on MontenegroReim Music Co 133 E Main St Lexington Ky febl2t For several days last week the weather was nneuall warm for the time of year People were out without wraps and it was a difficult matter to keep a fire burning but on Thursday night the mercury dropped quite a number of degrees and on Friday fires and large ones at that were the order of the day People were seen going about bundled up in heavy wraps and furs and we realize the fact that winter is with us yet Goundl Metltof The regular meeting of the City Council will be held tomorrow night Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BCRNAM BENNETT BRO The Brent of the Amusement Season Hi Henry Big City Minstrels fill a spare date at Richmond on February 6 Giving a special Matinee Lost A Knights Templar sword and scab bard with the name of R It Bnrnam engraved on the blade ofsword Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf R B Burnam 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 Office 2t Old Arkansas On Saturday night February 7th the attraction at the New Opera House will be Old Arkansas This play comes highly recommended and promises to be quito a treat for Richmond Will go to College Hill Dr Silas Johson and family who have been reidents of our pity for over a yearLaving moved here from Panola have decided to locale at College Hill and will move as soon as possible At Pore Valley The Confederate Home now has 78 inmates The youngest of these is Mr E D Shengbam who is 64 years old BITerrillyearsold r lE Deatherage Co i We Are Ready For the new years business with aJlarger stock than ever before We are w determined to do More Business in the year 1903 than we have ever donefbefore We have every thincf Grocery Line and at prices that will Jsuit you J A CarLoad tof canned goods just received Dried Fruits Lemons Oranges Candies etc We Thank Our Friends for their patronage during the past year and hope fQr a continuance of same dur ing the coming year Now is the timeII to buy your garden and field J SeedseWe buy Seeds by the car load t lDeatherage Co o 1 r Good Work oblaatweokoff Main street Several tons of mud were carried away in the flood leaving toZaziLigsfloor It was a good job and was much appreciated by all- Farm For Sale Havlngquitfarmjng I wish to sell mIlesfroniacres good house and plenty of nut olwaterFarmon easy terms JAMES W FAKLEY l2Mm Says Color line Was Drawn William Stark a 21yearold negro of Bedford Ind has brought sat against the Wilbur Mack Stock Compa ny for refusal to admit him to their theater on account of his color The hadbeenlug in that condition and that this not his color is the base for their action Comlnf tohavocert herr Mr Josh Marine violinist and Dr Elsenheimer pianist Bothare artists of note and we trust Rich mUtilcloving reallyfiueA Veteran at the Business Mr Frank J White compositor on the Central Record at Lancaster re birthdayHeoffice since ho was seven years old stopping only long enough b shoulder a musket and go through tie Mexican War He is certainly a wonderful old man He has all along walked in to uptwolay reekbeforeperfornkpce- Was treasurer company per lication the II Want 50 Boys to join my Physical Culture Every boy in Madison county thorough knowledge of my It men women grow and well To Parents If your is ilatches ed stooped send him to me If daughter roundshouldered havener employ my I teach them how to strong also to body It as important to take care of the bodyas to culti the Physical and mental hand Embrace iny physiological exercises and thus prolong your days Weakness is crime Get Yours GURTIS ADAMS Studio over Crntchers Telephone 122 StorePhysical Director Rev H G Turner has a lot on Glyndon Street and will begin the erection of a dwelling in the future Wanted Will market price for eggs butter Onions Greens Irish potatoes Dressed towls meats Corn and Baled Hay Will exchange groceries for Fame R H HUMPHREYS Grocery Store Successor to Higgins Ellis Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the return or any information leading to recovery Charles Terrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky tor Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and barement 208 Main ttrees Richmond Ky Very best location In suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor At The New Opera House A large crowd witnessed the performance of A Missouri Girl at Wiggins Brothels New Opera House on last Thursday night All were highly pleased with the production and pro nounced good Miss Sadie Raymond as Did was especially pleasing Medical Society The Madison County Medical Society was last Thursday afternoon The was held in the court house and about twelve physicians of the city and county were present Dr J M Poyntz was elected presi dent and Dr M Dunn and treasurer of the organization Dr Shtrely of was present and assisted in perfecting the organi zation The meetings of the society will be held once a month Oil Contracts Let On Monday Feb 2nd S F Rock and leased the drilling of two 1700 foot oil wells on their Lee county territory to the Flat Rock Oil Co of Carlisle Ky The tfell is located on the McUrayer Moore land on Mikes Branch and the second on the J Matt Roberts farm on South Fork of the Kentucky river three miles above Beattyvillo It is riot expected that either of these wells will have to goto tueVpaxI lmumdepth named as there are fivewell defined oil horizons en countered 11n that distance The Wag enfSand be looked for at the depth of 000 feet and the Ragland Sand or Clinton lime at 1050 entuckyBuI1ihii Within three week Kentuckians will have the of looking on a picture of the Kentucky building as it will stand at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next ytar The time limit in which architects could submit plans and specifications for the structure expired on February 1 and a large cum bar of designs reached the Kentucky Exhibit to enter the com petition The Building Committee held a meeting Monday afternoon and opeued all the designs making a pre liminary Inspection of each Several meetings will be held be fore the awards are made archi tect Bubmlttinjt the best designs wilt of 5 per on beptiidacommlssionthe buildlnESMOOO which will be 52000 The prize for the second beat fa200 the best 100 Architects have been aI- r lowed to be asorgiuatstIiey desired sew refluiremeats htvlac been made of them A Covatry KM we were of course unable to say bny thing about him This extremely andlwas witnessed by a fairly audi The character of the Kid was good and all together li was much enjoyed Another isi Coal Company The Bell County Coke and Impove ment Company has been organized Miildlesboro Hon Vincent Boreing president of the company Sonalor James B McCreary Vicepresident and Hon R C Ford secretary and The has purchas ed 10 000 acres of land on the Cumber land which will be developed with out delay New Paper Danville is soon to have another pa However it will eeek general rather than local favor nnJ will be known as the Kentucky Farmer Messrs McIntyre Ralston the pres ent publishers of the Ad vocate are the owners of the new pub which will bo issued within two or three weeks The will begin with a listof subscribers over ing pretty thoroughly the Blue Urals Section and the outlook for a success ful career is quite flattering Danville News Meeting Mayor D R Tevis io in Loulnville today attending meeting of thE sec retaries of the county fairs The meet lug was called ab mt ten days ago by Mr L B Shop hr J secretary of the State Fair fur the purpose of arrang lug the dates for the coming season The Richmond Elk FairwlJl it is hoped be held during the week of July 13 the same date as last year The preliminary arrangements for the local fair are being made and Inn few days the date will be announced and the work will begin in earnest class should have a method enables and boys and girls to strong keep boy or your is method become how properly care for the is vate mind culture culture go hand in system of a strong for health Skoe purchased near Wanted give Country city Call Son it organized meeting secretary Winchester associates first will about privilege Association subsequent The cent design and third laughable goodsized dice especially Kentucky paper Secretaries Found On Friday a store key Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges tf Stops tho Cough anl Works ofi the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents New Firm We wish to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Lackey and Hamilton which appears in to days issue of the CLIMAX Tho two young men recently sold out thijir en tire stock of goods at Waco and moved to this city They lave an entirely new stock not one thing that was theirs at Waco They opened up their new store and began business on Monday They cordially invite their friends and all to give them a rail They insure pro nipt and courteous treatment togetlu r with extremely lowpricesThe sc Joy Jeckham last weekappointed Hon li H Crooke aa special judge of the Madison Circuit Court to hear the case of Anco Warner a ainM the County court of Clark county in a pe tition for a writof prohibition The case is an unusual and interesting one and has attracted a great deal ol attention For several years James C Richards operated a ferry at Fod but neglected to take the necessary legal steps to secure his rights Somo time agd Ance Warner applied to the Madi son county court for the ferry rights at that point and the request was granted but an appeal was taken to the Circuit Court Recently Capt1 M Thomas applied to the Clark ounty court for theBamo rights Judge Evans of that court proceeded to investigate the matter and last Tuesday a writ of prohibition issued from the Madison Circuit Court was served on him Judge Benton could uot sit in tile case having been a counsel in thE case The case was called Monday Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly tedlian Job notes Owing to the beautiful afternoon which seemed typical of music iind art a large attendance was present at the last meeting of the Ceciliaii Club which met with Mrs G W PIckels on Wednesday afternoon The study for the afternoon Was Russian and Scandinavian Composers and the program was varied aid pleasing Mrs R R Burnam gave an interesting little talk on tho history of muliicalda velopment Two selections for four hands were well renaered ty Mrs Pickels and Mrs Middleton at4 Mrs Pickels and Mrs Burnam IiJa Kel logg played a sweet little number from Rubinstein The Club very njpch enjoyed having with them 4 Lila Deatherage who though young Is a musician of rare ability and tor ren dition of the last movement of the moonlight Sonata by Bee hovpn was worthy of loud praise A note teat ure of the afternoon has a plctijre puz zle Each one present hall p Ded to her waist some picture or jjrawiug that represented a Russian orj Scandi navian Composer The guessing was very spirited when prize a beautiful bouquet of Carulpns and ferns was awarded Io Mrs Bt Bur am The Club was to have as guests Mrs H L PerryMiSset French and Searcy of Madison Instil te and Miss Florie Bright The next meeting will be held with Mrs Hugh McLel lan Shall We Progress or Shall WeStand Still The Fiscal Court of Madison county has it in its power to do a tremendous amount of good by a simple act with out a cent of expense to the farmers of Madison county and to the citizens of Richmond By simply granting to the Blue Grass Interurban Railway Co a franchise properly safeguarded for building and operating an elEctric rail way from Richmond to either Clays Ferry or Valley View there tu connect with a similar line to Lexington Also to grant the right to extend saul line to BereaIn upon the court to throw no obstacles in the way of consummating this great step of progress the CLIMAX is aware that such a movement is at prevent unpopular in certain circles as it was with this iaper three years ago before we had studied the question HI it actually presents itself in sections haviui Interurban roads To oppose rapid transit today is as uuexcueable as the action of those who Years ago opposed good roads railways telephones sLid telegraphs and who does not remember the violent and even influential respectable opposi tion that these agents of progress met with in their infancy Let not selfishness blind us to our duty to mankind Every citizen is entitled to have an opportunity to better his condition by enjoying the appliances which inventive genius and discovery brings from the laboratory of nature The electric is the natural successor of the steam railway It is cheaper quicker safer lighter and superior in all respects except in point of power for moving long trains trains of freight This fact however will soon be overcome entirely but at present electric trains are run so frequently that this more than offsets their de creased motive power The value of every farm adjacent to electric lines IE enhanced in value crops andstock are transported to central points cheaper and quicker Theciiica are placed at their very doors as if by magic Life in the country is robbed of much of its drudgery and isolation Education communication physiciai lawyer merchant aud neighbors are bouglit together an iu ci before The funning chios have a light to these blueings of the twentieth century and especially when they may Lave them without money and without price no honorable court of control ought to deuy them to their fellow cittzuiis Gentlemen your neichboisare look ing to you do your duty Wherullhall ou stand with future growth or in thin beaten paths stagnation Prandecnial Job The Prandenulal Club will meet to morrow Thursday evening as the guests of Senator Gates Dinner at 7 oclock at Joes Class Woods Turloy Crooke Vaught Roberts Subject Would it be desirable if it were possible to prevent war by arbitration A Great Musical Erent Tuesday evening February 10th at 8 p in the people ot Richmond will have the pleasure of hearing one of the best concerts ever given in this city Mr Jose Marien violinist and Dr El senheimer pianist of the Cincinnati College oi Music will give an evening ol Violin and Piano Musiosuch as only artists of their ability and reputation are capable of Mr Marien the violinist is not only a great performer but considered one of the best teachers in America being at the head of the violin department of the Cincinnati College of music as well as concert master of thin Cincinnati Symphony orchestra At a recent concert given by the Cincinnati Symphony orchestra Mr Marion was the soloist which by the way is considered quite an honor aud the applause received after the playing of the Max Bruch G Minor concerto was proof positive that the rendition of such a difficult number was given in an artistic manner Dr Elsenheimer the Pianist and compos er whose reputation as a soloist is not only confined to Cincinnati but he is well known in the eastern cltiesjand is much in demand as an accompanist As a composer Dr Elsenheiraer received the 1000 prize ofiered by the German Saengerfest Vereiu the composition being a Cantata for soli mixed and male choruses The Ceciiian Club is certainly to be congratulated on their efforts in securing two such artists for a concert displaying not only their artistic sense of all that is good in music but also enabling the music Inv ing people to enjoy a rare treat There is no doubt but that the Richmond people will take advantage of such an opportunity and greet these artists as they deserve The price ol admission will bo 50 cents which is certainly very reasonable Jubilee Convention of Kentucky Young Hens Christian Associations The Jubilee Convention of theTcung Mens Christian Association of Ken tucky will be held at Lexington Feb ruar 1215 1903 This Convention will commemorate the semicentennial of the beginning of the Association movement in Kentucky Associations having been organized in Louisville and Lexington in 1853 also the quarter centennial of the organization of the State work tho first State Convention laving been heM at O ensboro in 1878 The State Executive Committee has arranged an unusually strong and attractive program Among those who will present vital topics at the Conven tion are Messrs Luther D Wirhard Fred B Smith E T Colton and J E Moorland of New York James F Oates A M Bruner K A Shumaker and John W Hansel of Chicago Walter B Abbott of Nashville Term S D Gordon Cleveland 0 Rev Frank M Thomas Henderson and other wellknown speakers actively iden titled with the work in Its various departments throughout Kentucky The singing will be led by a male chorus of sixteen voices from the Henderson AssociationIFive hundred delegates are expected from the sixtyfive Associations in the State In addition men members of evangelical churches in communities where there are no Associations and interested in Christian work among young men are Invited to attend and participate in the Convention as cor ie3ponding members A limited del egation from such communities ViII be entertained in tho homes at Lexing touprovided application for credentials giving name aud address of pastor or clerk ot thumb Is sent to the StAte Secretary by February 7 The various railroads in the State have arranged a rate of one fare for the round trip to delegates and visitors attending the Convention further facts detailed program credentials etc can be had from any Association secretary or by addressing Henry E Rosevear State Secretary Fourth and Broadway Louisville n FostmjferWalkee la a New olc An extraordinary episode occurred at the meeting of the Young Mens Christian Association last Sunday nt lernoon that will be long remembered by this large gathnringof men and boys present Pursuant to custom after the leader who on this occaaion was Mr C C Wallace President of the association had delivered a brief talk on the topic of the meeting Keep Thyself Pure he called upon those present to make short talks Several young men responded witht remarks appropriate to the andalong the line oi the topic under discussion and Mr Wallace was about to announce the closing hymn when a stranger arose and requested permis sion to speak for about three minutes Little suspecting what be might say Mr Wallace gladly consented and the spectacled stranger at once launched into a vicious and spirited attack upon Christianity denying the divinity of Christ declaring that be would not trust any Christiau that they were oppressors of the poor mere churchgoers for display and as a fad hypocrites andI dishonest in dealings Not for Ida al lotted throe minutes but for ten did the stranger continue his haraugu0 The patience of the audience waJI taxed to the utmost by the abusive rade tho bitterest denunciation of Christianity probably ever heard by the audience from the lips of an infidel and it was with great restraint that theI older members allowed the stranger to resume his seat in peace Certain it is the decency of the place and the occa sion had been outraged and all felt that the cause of Christ that dav hind ic ceived a black eye The andleiCr sat as if in a stuporbut only for a brief space as President Wallace arose and In the most genteel and for ibe manner defended thin religion of Jesus Cbristrrom the brutal assault made upon it and took occasion to portray the bonlgn influences exerted by Christian ity for tho amelioration of the couch lions of mankind It is said he that which makes better citizens fathers husbands and sons It in adapted to the wants and Infirmities of every human being No other religion ever adapted itself so authoritatively and so pathetically to the judgment and lIIanlmanhindmaid of civilization Is kicking from fallen humanity its only prop Such n man ehould be tile object of our supreme contempt anti bnundk b stranger arose and replied that ho was uneducated bad traveled the world over twice and the onl v Christian he ever met whom he admired was a Texas gambler and drunkard This remark was not responded to except mentally by two of his auditors One felt the man was either a fool or a hart the other that the audacious creature would have been thrown out ille win dow but for the restraining influence of that Christianity which be so foully reviledPerhaps these lines may fall under the eyes of the spectacled Etranger whose spiritual verson is as oblique and defective as his physical eyesight if so let him hear the words of one of the immortals Gladstone The Grand Old Man viz Talk about the question of the day there is but one question and that is the Uospe It can and will correct everything that needs correction All men at the head of great movements are Christian men I During the many years I was in the Cabinet I was brought into association with sixty muster minds and all but five of them were Christians My only hope for the world is in bringing the human mind into contact with Divine Revelation- I have now disposed of all my prop erty to my family There isone thing more I wish I could give them and that is the Chrittian religion If they bad that and I had not given them one shilling they would have been rich and if they had not tlutt anil Ihad given tit fin all the world they would be poor latrick Henry in his last will Alter the meeting referred to above President Wallace was surrounded by the members and warmly praised and thanked for his courageous manly sue cessful defense of fireside and flag of Mother Home and God There have been more rhetorical prepared de fenses of Christianity but never in this city was it more eloquently nor forci bly ntir so successfully championed by theologian or private citizen as on Sunday last by one who so to speak bearded the lion in his den Mr Wallace heres a wish May you liye long and prosper and whenever the emissaries of Satan and Ingersoll outrago a religious meeting as this creature did may you be near to skin him alive as you did on February 1903 Dr Hobson Announces In todays CLIMAX appears the an nouncement of Dr V H Hobson the well known dentist for Mayor of the city of Richmond Dr Hobson is too well known to all our readers to need any words of introduction from us His platform is lower taxes and ad vancement Dr Hobson believes in do lag things without wasting time and money in endless discussions If he Is as successlul in politics as he ism fill lug teeth he will be a sure winner Supervisors Report Tho Board of Supervisors of Madison county completed their worjc last Thursday after a fifteen days session Below we give a few figures which show in a manner the work of the Board and give some idea of the wealth of the county Amount of increase and decrease raise from the Assessors books 92 610 amount ridded qot previously sessed 80400 total amount raised 173040 The total taxable property assessed is 9201850 There are in the county 160 stores tho value of stock and fixtures being J1894GO value of farm lands 5CS9 650 town lots S1398G30 personal property of all kinds 2440490 value ot household and personal property ex empted from taxation 331480 Legal voters in the county white 6063 colored 1387 enrolled militia white 2232 children of school age white 6051 colored 1101 Number of pounds of tobacco raised during the year 913200 hemp 211 000 j tons of hay 8195 bushels of corn 919830 wheat 44865 oats 8400 grass and clover seed 2200 tons of coal mined 25- Numberof acres cultivated Corn 26294 wheat 5570 meadow 4238 tobacco 100G Number of acres of woodland 3379 Number of marriages during year 258 births reported 178 deaths reported 180 The Board was composed of Hes rs N B Deatherage George D White Sauford Oldham Wm Bantou Jeff Cox John W fiallard and Lather H deB1i T Berry clerk u rs STYLISH OUTFITS FORYOUNGMENJ t WIWf Ctrttcl Clitics fir Mia One price to everybody every If time No asking up in order toI fallyou get the lowest price j without any jewing Y c MEN AND BOYS S a in I Take IllMillion boxes sold in past 12 months This 9 dc Coming The Herald Square Stock Company will play a return engagement bore beginning next Monday nightFobuarv 9th and continuing Ill week Wednesdays Sale This sale of Messrs ThorpeScrivner wits held last Wednesday The bidding was lively and every thing offered sold well The farm known as the Jennings place was rented by Mr John Ballard at 1550 per acre and the Parrish place went to Mr George Young at 425 per acre Fifteen 750tt cattle brought 33 per head fifteen averaging about 700 brought 27 50 per bead ten averting SOOlti 33 yearlings from 23 to 27 wagons farming implements c sold well Mr T D Chenault was the auc tioneer BIRTHS HARRIS Mr and Mrs J B linens Jr of Winchester arc rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy Mr Harris is a former Richmond boy amid his friends here will be pleased to hoar of this happy addition to his family nam Sr and Miss Malindn Terrill both of Berea were recently married at the Home of the brides parents Rev T R Reed performed tho ceremony FowiKn LAND At the homo of the bride In In this city Mr Win B Fowler of Doylesvllle and Miss Maude A Land were united in marriage on Monday February 2nd MAuriNTunriN On last Wednes day night at the home of the brides parents on East Main street Mr Jen nings Maupin and Miss Mattie Turpln were united in the holy bonds of Mat rimony the ceremony being said by Rev Hugh McLellan The bride is the third daughter of Judge N B Turpln and is a striking brunette and quite popular with a large circle of frionds The groom who is a most industrious and upright young man is well known lie is a son of Mr Georgo Maupin de ceased who was at ono time Jailer of this county We wish the happy young couple all tho blessings possible and extend to them hearty congratulations FaumrzsMr Joe Pains died lost Thursday night at tho home of his mother at Silver Creek aged 21 years Funeral services were conducted Stitur diynyllev Hugh McLellan thence his burial in the Richmond Cemetery McKiNXEY Capt A R McKinney t rmer resident of this city died at Kansas City Inst Saturday from the elfects of a wound received at the hands of an escaped lunatic two days before Concerning his life thin Kan sas City FBAZEK Dr L J Frnzee of Lex- Ington received a letter a few days sinco notifying him of the death of his youngest sister Matilda which occur cd at her home In Mississippi on Janu aryl6 She has often visited in this city and has numerous friends here who will regret to hear of her untimely death Officer McKinney was born August 15 1861 the opening year ofthe Civil war and was 42 years of ago His birthplace was at Mayview Mo nail his boyhood was spent in the neighbor hood of that place At the age of 20 he went to the plains of Kansas and engaged in the cattle business Be sides the time he was employed by lie Comanche county pool of cattle raisers he was for some time in tho cattle country and at one time owned a ranch near Medicine Lodge Capt McKinnny was one of the posse that followed the Medicine Lodge bank robbers after the raid that resulted in the death of the cashier and teller and upon this oc casion first displayed the coolness and bravery tbatattracted attention Later he was made a deputy United States marshal and carried a commission for several years Capt McKinney first came to KanKaa City eleven years ago and was for a time employed as a conductor oa the Fifteenth street cable line Afterward he went to Kentucky and there met and married at Riqh mond Francis Emma Cornellson la 4880 Three children J lbs aretlie fruit ofthis inarrla e Our store is recognized headquarters i for the best dressed men in Mason county Here they find the newest A ffrombrands as t SteinBlochttand44KirschbaumttSuits y jshapeHanan Florsheim and WalkOver ShoesJ fine footwear favorites with swell dressers everywh- ereRoelols Jf 10 jf 10 Hats Lion Shirts w Always the newest Gloves Neckwear Hosiery Collars and Cuffsevery thing thats right in quality style and price I uUVmlilUN BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR tTociaCold One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 1Soven Signature MATRIMONIALBuittM1EirnIuMr DEATHS 1ournalsays Won Honor on the Field Mr Hughes Bronston who is now at the University of Virginlawns among those who received the V for last years foot ball playing A Charlottesville paper says that he weighs only 153 pounds being the lightest man on the team but his swift playing at right end was the feature of the game in which Virginia won the scalps of the Carlisle Indians RELIGIOUS The pulpit of the Baptist church was filled Sunday morning and evening by Rev J E Woolford of Lancaster Rev H G Turner will go to Stan ford the last of this week and will con duct quarterly meeting in that town on Sunday Time pulpit of the Method ist church here will be filled by Elder J R Duering who will administer the Sacrament Arrangements have about been comi pleled by Bishop Burton and the local congregation by which the Episcopal church hero will be supplied with a rector Earnest efforts are being made to have regular aud permanent serv ices not later than March 1st A minister at Peoria III announces his Intention dramatizing the Bible in order to get his congregation more interested in the teachings of Gods word It seems like a great pity that the world line become degenerated that even the church and the Biblo must be treated as a play house awl play in order to get people Intere- stedPERSONAL Mr Dan Breck was in Nicholasville one day last week Mrs Bland Ballard of Danville is visiting relatives hgre Mr Elmer Deatiierage spent last Wednesday in Cincinnati- Dr Frank Walker of Lancaster was a guest here last Thursday Mr A Burton Farris has about re covered from his recent illness Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lancaster is tho guest ol Mrs M M Miller Mr W P Williams of Irvine Was a visitor iif our city last Friday Mrs It A Woolums has as her guest Mrs Mattie McCnrney of Lex ingtonMr Nelson Davis has one to Tampa Fin to spend the remainder of the winterMrs George Prewitt has been in Lex incton with her sister Mrs David Chenault Mrs J M Benton of Winchester spent last week with Mrs G W Evans Sr Mr M C Thurman of Evansville Ind spent several days last week with Mr Joe Thurman Mrs James P Amsden of Versailles his been visiting her daughter Mil Neville Moberly Mr Abner Oldham of Mt Sterling was a guest last week of his brother Mr W D Oldham Mrs JN Lammers aud daughter Miss Eva have gone to San Antonio Texas to spend some time Mr and Mrs Charles Steudle of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Albert Reicbspfarr last week Mrs Nannie Arnold spent several days last week with tier daughter Mrs Lula Johnson at Lancaster Mrs Mary Logan Sanderson and little son of Danville are visiting Mrs Thompson Burnam at Silver Creek Miss Eugenia Jones of Kansas City is the attractive guest of her sleter Mrs A C Scanlan on tIme Lexington Illkeow Mr Beecham Lackey went as far as Chicago with bis sisler Mrs W W Williamson on her way to lien home in Iowa 11I1SS Laura Clay hos returned to her Lexington after spending soy end weeks with her slater Mrs James Bennett Mr Robert R Burnam attended the Inspection of the Couer Do Leon Com mandery llnlghts Templar at Paris lat- FridllyniJbt Mr Ralph McDonald who IIMbeeu spendinX 80oia time with his slater Mr Etl4nt has returned to his hiae ia Duhlie Cores Crip 1la Two Days on every box 25c I Mr John Ballard was called over from Lexington on account of the rious illneesof his brotherinlaw Mr W E Luxon Sr Mr John Baumstark who has boen bookkeeper for Oldham Bros at Mt Sterling for the past year has returned to his home at Waco Mrs Clara Warfield has returned to her home in St Louis after a visit of several weeks to her daughter Mrs Sam Bennett near White Hall Miss Marian Burnam has gone to Florida to spend several months She was accompanied on her trip by her father Mr Thompson Burnam On last Friday evening Mr and Mrs T T Covington entertained most us- Lightfuhly at 6 oclock dinner in honor of Judge Benton and wife of Winches terA recent letter from Miss Annie Mo Kee who is sojourning in Florida says she is enjoying time best of health as well as the sunshine and flowers of that clime Miss Hattie Letcber oi Richmond is expected to arrivb this evening to spend some time the guest of her sister Miss Doyn Letcher at Cnldwoll Ca- llegeDanvihbe Advocate Mrs Harry B Hanger and children who have been absent from Richmond for several months have returned and are with Mr and Mrs Win Arnold it their homo on the Lexington pike Mr J Jennings Greeuleaf has formed a law partnership with Mr Vernon Bejrgs in St Louis Mr Beggs mar ned Miss Mable Terrill of this city We wish the new firm muchsuccess Mrs T J Smith Jr gave a charm lag little luncheon and musical on last Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Jones of Kansas City who in the charming guest of Mrs A C Scanlan Mr Herbert Scrivener and family left last Friday for Winchester wheie they will reside in the future Mr Scrivener having bought Mr Charks Cbenaults interest in the Klondike storeDr and Mis William S Montgom cry are building a most attractive home in Eismero Park That plan is a very artistic one and the house will lie quite a pretty addition to the park Lexington Democrat Mr Frank Kenney than whom not a more popular boy ever attended C U was a guest here last week Mr Kenney is now interested In one of the largest combination sale establish ments in the country Miss Belle Bennett of Richmond and Dr Hammond secretary of thin Board of Missions of the M E church South and Mrs Mc Donnel secretary Womens Missionary Board M E church South of Nashville Tenn spent Thursday in Berea They made a tour of the College buildings during the dayBerea Citizen EMPTYet YES EMPTY Let us FiII Your COAL BIN with +4+++++++ ++++ 4 RedAshJellico t t Manchester or Pluto Cannel Ckjilt ++++44 +++ Feed of all Kinds Lime Cements Etc STORAGEAgents Fence Letcher Witt Cool Yard fcjwLSM ateh use i PIX lMK142 L N Donpi t Ri limondjlKyI jJ LJL 0 I IF 4 lu 1 5 i i t t J tI to l t jL I r ti f t i hj I 5 I m 1 il4r 1 PROFESSIONAL OAKDS ATTOXN3YS R W MILLER R1CJrfTLAWK- ICIUCOfD KBfTUClty Ice a the Bnnum Building next door to nera National Hank eb3ly J 4 StrJIi1VAN A17ORNYATLAV1- IHGIIMOND KENTUCKY Ottire over State Bank Trust Co op piwito Court House on Main Street e JO D 11 OHKNAULtf ATTORNEYSjJP LA iT RICHMOND KBNTUCKY OMice on Second street over Chen u Its grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLawRlf- HMOND KENTCCKY- KTTQflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ice In John Bennetts old Ian office over Pviry Thomas drug store PSTSIOIA2TS ORB GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURQEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY U in Ihr Dr Hobson builJirg U luStreet L G JASPEll M D Medicine and Surgery rtICe Sloufler Building Main Street lo iihoue at residence the Carr pUce on Broadway i UMOND KENTUCKY V EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEoN H 4 IMOKD KENTUCKY E OYanceDO Mrs E OVance D 0 03teopathic PhysiciansSt- ate Bank k Trust g Jii irature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Ji duates Southern School of Ostheopathy I D3NTAL SURGERY t Jaette lt 1tODSOt DBJrTlsT OP LOUISVILLE KY Office niit door to Government Building ihbouSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to iv1T1y Harry M Blanton DENTIST IBOffice iu Bennett Building utl1 TELEPHONE 196 e DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday February 11 1903 Faien Up Taken up as estray a small brown Miking mare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownoi can have same liy properly proving ownership and p tying charges J II Allman tf Chief of Police ATTfNTION AV0 have moved our produce business from the East Eud of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29jinlv RICHMOND KY wa Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew IIForC IgA Cure Perfect For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if It fails Trial I BottIesfJ ro THOSE fwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire FcnceIPAGJJ Veare pleased testate that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbackle k Simmons Itchmond Searcy k Hamilton Waco OFlnnel Red ITouse s W Masters Valley View J V Whitloct Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Roberts Rutbton J W Teater Edenton J W Prewitt rottoubnrg L A Wearren Paint Lick- WallaceC C McWbarter ton Illckneri Early JT COT In our Stock of Jewelry Silver ware etc will be found n num her of articles especially np proprinte for this reason Those who have adopted the custom of sanding their wishes before Cliristmns and their gifts during th- eHolidays carl now purchase to advan facfl There is a very laifre assortment of dainty and ex quisitethings in Sterling Silver Quadruple Plate andalso many Metal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old tand ly For Winter 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods ta1TjctorjaLinen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ iesNainsoodsNove ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Ghambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffefc O Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftont- Celebrated s Shir YVhItAAND Gi son I RICHMOND KY CliMAX 1 AYA Mt WE GO WEST VIA iJ Memphis Kansas City or Chicago Jhrough Service of the Very Best to I ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA COUNTRYSNEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO AND THE PACIFIC COAST j The Very Lowest Rates for the Colonist and Hemeseeker i 0 D BACON Oenl All HOWARD JOLLY t P A 39 East Fourth 0GEO Cheap Home in Texas and Arkansas Along the Cotton Belt Route land that can be bought for 2 to 5an acre and upetit over timber ground that makes good grazingIand furnishing range ten or eleven months of the year frming land for corn wheat oats cotton sqme of it peculiarly adapted to quick growth and early maturity of fruits and vege tables such as peaches pears j plums strawberries tomatoes potatoes onions cabbage melonslinding good market in the north at fancy prices teonquality and early maturity than in other sections An ideal place for the man of small meanscheap uelcheap building material long growa ing seasons short mild wintersa land of sunshine and plenty Let us send you literature descriptive of this country Homes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Missouri Arkansas and NW Louisiana Through lexas with a Camera Fortunes in Growing Fruits and Vege tables Tne Divisor it fruit and truck growers journal On first and third Tuesdays of each month the Cotton Belt Route will sell oneway tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in Arkansas Louisiana and Texas at half the one way rate plus 2 or round trip tickets at one fare for the roundtrip plus 2 allowing stopover going and 21 days return liinitbFor full information address E W LABEAUMEO G P T A St Louis Mo The editor of the CLIMAX has just received with the compliments ofthe publishers a copy of the KODOL ALMANAC AND 200 YEAU CALENDAR which is certainly a most unique and useful book With a copy of this publica tion at hand one is in posses sion ofa Calendar which covers the past as far back as the day of the National Independence meets all the re quirements of thepresentand dates as far in the future as neaithe beginning of the next century By reference to this Calen dar the day of the week of any given date in any month of the year from 1776 to 1976 maybe found at a glance This information can not be found in any other publication ex tant Another feature of remarkable interest that this publication possesse is its weather forecasts These predictions are not only full and complete and as accur ate and reliable as it is possi ble to calculate but they ar definite geographically thus localizing the predictions and foretelling the weather which may be looked for in each sec tion of the country Messrs E CDeWittCo of Chicago are sole owners and publshers of the KODOL ALMANAC AND 200 YEAR CALENDAR and while several mil ciroulation editionSanyonestamp with a request for same provided this paper is mentioned Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan t Parrisli has bv mutual consent bent dissolved MrI Parrish retiring All persons indebt ed to tlie above firm are requested ti call ami settle it Duncan Pnrrisli BEAUTY TRIUMPHS27s a Pftcclea Treasure Beauty is womans greatest charm Tht PrettJWoulaudreadsthis power What can be done to perpetu ate the race and keep women beautifulThere it a lalut by cuIttuc1 and un cultured women in the crisis Husbandshould investigate this remedy in ordej to reaSJure their wives as the east andbeautyMothers Friend hknownthroughoutpregnaucyit breasts makes elastic all tendons called expwditigburdeullusclesOfteu cnceand the patient anticipates favorably the issue t in the thus extCflalbeingabsorbedBruggista sell it forf Ipcrtpttle You may orbcokun wnH free 7t UfifLIIistU1falt nAtfIAG A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much tile one who receives it Any article eelected from our largo and varied stockof handsome GLristmas and Wedding Presents cannot fail to der light both river and recipient YEAGEK has 01 display a beauti l collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE ndmany other things to delight the ere Ft J YEAGER SECOND STREET Bullet Removed A bullet was removed Iron the arm of Judsre L B Hall at his home in this place by Dr J A Goodaon says the Dixon Journal The leaden missile was shot into the Judges body by one of the three men who attempted to rob him at his home on the nightof the 5th of April 1867 he having carried this bullet in his body for more that thirtyfive years Tetter SaUItticiim and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci ent to these diseases is instantly allayed y applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Mnny very bad jiuee a o been permanently by it It equally efficient for itching piles and nipplesthappedmd chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Ir Ciidjs Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They aro not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 ents per packagro The Tennessee Legislature repealingIThe advocates of temperance are jubilant The repeal of the character places the Tennessee side of town under the four mile law which prohibits the sale of intoxicants within fou miles of a schoolhouses The Kentucky side of the town voted whiskey last September The town of Fulton will be reincaroerat A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT IISIOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities ol the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two mbnthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box C29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 0 1002 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney anti bladder trouble 1 weighed 150 ponnds when I began usine it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonA BIDDEL Joseph Gotsch who is serv ing a sehtenceat White Plains New York for stealing coal was found to have strapped around his legs 220 in bills Asked why he did not buy coal with his money he said the dealers refused to sell to him and so he stole and that as he did not believe in banks and had to carry the money he thought he might as welt use it to protect Himself from freezing Loveless Marriages Marriage without love is almost a crime In fact it would be regarded as one if the vorld were as true as simple as sincrere as it ought to be But society has so long wandered in amaze of complexity andmarriage from monarchs downward is undertaken for such a variet ofreasons apart from love that only a few retain the correct impression about itAnd of these few the majority are women or girls who would rather die than marry a man they did riot love Sir Wal ter Scott knew this well when he wrote The Bride of Lam geutleaware of what love is could well compute the horror of a loveless imarriage rDiamond Brooches Locke ta Mid pncesaretj LE Lane iL Couldnt Understand It A fojtrgaljon jug of four yearol liquor that was stor ed in aback room of the Turf Exchaqge saloon mysterious ly disappeared Officers were called ia and when told that Buel j ingleton had been mingling vith others about the plane they went to his house ad 12 oclock at night and fou ad the jug in his kitchen Biftl expressed great surpris3 at the discovery and in explanation said that the back of his premises was a passway and that someone had gotton a key unlocked his door and placed the jug in the kitchen Three gal Ions of the whisky had been used He was held to Cir cuit Court in SlOQ bond and is in jail ITarrodsburg Her ald And We Have Found Out Durinj the pat few weeks the CLIMAX has had a remarkable run on subscriptions On account of tilt remarkable effer TheUuuAX and Conr ierJournaliH h one year for 125 ve have added ninny new uamceto our list awl a large number of the new subscrlb nr are people who have neve taken a county paper The CJIUAX expect to milk iii4 n v improvements nii f t nil to t ilc Hirin a IIrIIM8 lii nliould take advantage of the combtnatioii offer before it is to late LEADER GUFFY tipstaff of the Court of Appeals has been located at Marion Ind where lIe has opened a law office Early in October he skipped from Kentncky to In diana He evidently knew too much about the conspiracy to kill Gov Goebel to be easy in Kentucky so he followed the example of other distin guished worthy lawabid ingV Kentucky Republicans and is now sojourning under the protection of a Republican governor Wait wait wait a little longer and youll find out what Youtsey has sakE before the Franklin county grand jury concerning Ta3TlornFinley Howard Powers 00Mt Sterling Advocate Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Unjoins of Melbourne Fla writes My iloctor toli me I hil Con sumption anti nothing could be done for me I wjis given up to die The KillgSINewrecovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all g t drugIiststles free illiI Charles F Kelly former Speaker of the Bouse of Del egates in St Louis was con victed of perjury and his punishment was fixed at two years in the penitentiary A motion for anew trial was made and will be argued late onJt appears that Great Salt Lake in Utah is doomed Weather Bureau officials an nounce that the waters of the lake are rapidly receding and that unless there is a large increase iu the rainfall of that region the lake must eventually dry up Local ob servers declare that even an increased rainfall would have no permanent effect in stay ing the dryingup process The lake in the last ten years has receded seven or eight feet Wet seasons do not seem to have made much dif ferenceI Better Than Gold I was trouble for several years with chronic indip ilion and nervous do bility writes F J Green of Lancas ter N H No remedy helped mo un whirhdidcines I ever used They have also kept flrpparshfdid for female troubles that they area rand tonic invigorator forweak run down women No other medicine IJthcmanteed by nil drigeists 1m NOTICE TO CREDITORS All artietTholding claims against the fhm of Douglas Crutcher are requested to present same to the undersigned on or before February 15 or same will be QalIed Those persons inclebted t a the above firm will please call and sett- le4tJA S CKUTOER KQdolDyspeP1 Digests wl1at you eat thedlgestantJIt gives ins ant relief and never allthemanythousandtcured afUsreverytrjDg else fatted lifor th t stomach Child ItFirsttraiiCupaM7r yF WI1rCo 1cMe bye ftlmellthelJK ofIi A Danger Period Through Which Every Woman Must Pass Owing to modem methods of living not one woman in a thousand approaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms At this period a growthsThoseuntil it seems ready to burst and the faint feeling that follows sometimes with chills as if tho heart were going to stop forever are only a few of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble The nerves are crying out for assistance The cry should be heeded in time Lydia E Pinldiains Vegetable Compound was prepared to meet the needs of womans system at this trying period of e and all women who use it pass through this trying period with comfort and safety TWO COLUMNS OP PROOF DEAR Miss PINKHAM I I was sick and nothing seemed to do me any good until I began taking Mrs Pinkhams medicine It was Change of Life with me and falling of the womb Ihad severe pains all through my body I had a a terrible cough and people thought I had consumption I took six bottles of Lydia E Uinklianis Vegetable Compound and two of Blood Purifier and two boxes Liver Pills and Iam now stouter than I have been for a long time I can dq all my work now tlfanks to VegetabloComnpounil f If any one wishes to write me to verify these statements I will gladly answer their letters MRS CLARA CHEZEM Jewett ill DEn Mao PIXKHAM For seven- carsI had been suffering was passing through the Change of Life and my womb had fallen menses were so profuse that at times I was obliged to lie on my back for sue weeks at a time pillowIsicians but got no relief tryLyUaCompound which I did and after taking it six weeks I was able to be around all the time auddo my house tba and ilcnatarei tcnimnnliilj which will STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A rSewingII lkI GLUm LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMachines stitch Two machines in one Run silent the ticking of a watch Rnn onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop bend swell front wood work and ball bearincs the grandest machine ever offered the publicFor cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money manufacture upCallbe convice- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Richmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th Cincinnati Stno QuickTime Southwest f Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R R and the C 0 GRR Ljr cL iOn the first and third Tuesdays of December January February March anil tickets both one way and round trip will be sold points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas antI Mexico Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly duced rates These tickets are Rood in reclining chair car free solid vestibule trains If you are going West Southwest Northwest ad7antnge of these low rates For rates routes and time tables call on your nearest ticket agent address GDBACONfXUK A HOWARD JOlJf A 38 East Fourth Et Cincinnati Ohio J JJre work I know your medicine saved my life and I cannot praise enough MRS LIZZIE ROECAI 519 Smith St Millville NJ II DEAR MRS PIXKHAM I have worked hard all my life and when the Change of Life came I flowed very badly for weeks a time I would stop for a day two then start again I went see a doctor and went through examination and spent two hundred dollars for mcdi- ciiim doctors bills but I did not get tho relief expected At that time I saw Lydia E Pinkhnms Vegetable Compound advertised and began its use I have found it be just what I needed 0 wish every woman suffering from female trouble would try Irecommend all my friends MRS WM DAiLY Millbank SD DIM Mia PINKHAM I feel a dutjI owe and everysuffering woman in the land to tell of the wonderful results I have found in usiug Lydia E Pinkliains Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills Passing through the Change of Life some of the physicians consulted said nothing but operation would save me But your medicine alone cured meMRS MAGNOLIA 1441 First Avenue Evansville Ind ilnnn FO R ve cannot forthwUIi produce original letter aboTo prove their absolute gennlneneis V Lydia E IMnkham Medicine Co Lynn 3Iaa STAtbZD as as is to We at 0 ufo April to New re seats on or ake or T P L it at or to an I to I it it to it an DEAN It ot Your Old- Kentucky Home We are not going to tell yon theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you placetoin the west or Southwest Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Hnderson and St Louis R Rv The Worlds Pair Line To the ntalh SQnDe Tickets on sale first and third upto1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Kv TkiGlinu U7nr Standard American Annual and ENCYCLOPEDIA A Statistical Volume of Facts and Figures Containing Ova 600 Pages milOTOPKSI10000FACTSJ FETuREsReviewtheUniteitsiatci 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suitOdded oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron no1Tablesline of Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times r W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWMy KENTUCKY After The Rush of the Holiday T raIAnd the extraordinary patronage of our frien ls w si 11 e splendid of everything to be found in an upt letxDiamonds Jewelry of all descriptions sjlvrware onil Cut Glass Clocks etc We take pleasure in thanking our patrons for ra1 uv s a beReliable Fair Dealing An d Bottom P1ic Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELERtAND IMPORTER 5E MAIN ST LEXINGTON K Our Motto Reliable Goods FairDealing FeHI r Iws OLD JOE WllISKHH- and mada Sour Mash guaranteed is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the toFamily10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10I bottles iiU II 5 I jug8tj260 u V 5U bottles 3 r2 ujugs 210Orders promptly filled SEARYPrOpOld McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky HearerThe ruuniigimeand St Louis and are now making th 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