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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tTHE RICHMOND CLIMAXjf= sQLII11iE 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1903 NUMBER 44 LOOK OUT Ipring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled vitba new and complete line of the latest novelties in GinghamsPercals RugsOil J DONT FAIL TO SEE OURII Clothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed ori sale at unheard of low prices h have searched the market for bargains andas we were buying e An Entire New Stock ye were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line at aF We have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to over losses Call and inspect our stock and be convinced that we an save you money Our Motto is to please Very Respectfl- ullyLACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets 1OME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cheapness not be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the est pods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound g tistical but we have the goods Here are a few articles Briery knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks le box ispoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c- ide spoons J5c per set Pint cups 2c each Iiive and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c iV nave now in stock a beautiful line o- fWareEnamel Tinware Etc hat we are offering at astonishingly low prices You should 1and examine these goods before making a purchase In Tiar to close out our C tne 0 5sa e ve row offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20c Jumpers l end 25c Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of i ll1g Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar u is you cannot afford to pass us liE RACKET STOREOp- posite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY sa saaes 8 rBig Dill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of tAnite Coal ++ + + + ++ + + + + + 4++++ ++ +4++ + + ++++ + +P 4 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJ2 t grate without any attention to JI + ++ + + ++ ++ o +r y e Autumn Opening Sale o- fFURNITURELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Jon Beds Bed Room Suits V Dining Room and utchen Furniture tJ v We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to ca1l7makeour store their headquarters WtIlease y upon it and th reasonable prices at which everythinguseful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings and ts in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest m always dGL S J0lGLhoneD y72 IrbtM jtr t RICHMOND KY Ii Und rt 1fing a SpcciattyI To Fight the Trust New England tobacco grow ers representing a product valued at 6000000 annually have effected an organization to combat the American To bacco Co The organization will be known as the New England Tobacco Growers Corpora tion and will be incorporated in Massachusetts with a paid in capital of 50000 divided into 10000 shares The corporation will have no part in the growing of tobacco but will establish centrally lo cated warehousesatwhich the tobacco of stockholders will be assorted graded and sold Just so and the growers will then be working for the stockholders of one or the obher and competition will fa vor him until the New Eng landers find a place to un load on the big trust Western Kentucky opera tors and miners failed to reach an agreement on the wage scale at the Paducah conven tion and adjourned to meet March 21 in Louisville Un less the demand for increased wages is complied with by April 1 the miners say they will quit work- RUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go tr 5ed- ChronicII cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh theyneed Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the timeTheres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad to trend yen a few dsef free Be tore that this pteni la the form o label i ou the of every bvMt EauJjiooyoubujr SCOTT BOWNE CIt409 Pearl St NY Me IMt all thiritY cI i A Birds Eye View of Rich mond Kentucky manywintersished since I have stood on KyIastGov McCrearys town n I am glad he is in the United States Senate and right here 1 am going to say that I lived in Washington four years and there never was a human being that ever lifted his ilSilinstGovin the bonny year of 1862 Senator McCreary was a youthof eighteen and he rode with Morgan the dashing chivalrous Kentucky caval vietoryalwaysSenator the Cumber hand at midnight swam his horse in the ice cold waters up to his shoul ders to make the attack on Hartsville Tennessee where they captured 2800 Yankees and brought them into Mur feesboro in December 1862 escapedacross the river in sight of the Federal General who stood on the banks with several thousand reinforce ments completely dazed Dr Massey writing in the Atlanta Constitution or rath er the Sunny South which is sent out with the Constitution war reminisences and of the escape of Ger Morgan from the Ohio penitentiary said that Capt Hines a brick mason engineered the move mentMotherofChrist To think that Judge Hines of the Court of Appeals of Kentucky a brick mason What news to friendsRichmond has a population- of 6000 Madison county pop ulation about 30000 one of the richest in Kentucky Assess ed value of the county is 9 202321 Scholastic popula tion of Madison county White 6310 Negro 2542 White schools in county out side of Richmond 74 and 28 negro schools Schools in good con dition and much interest manifested in education The handsome Government building has been erected since I was here I had the pleasure of meeting the ex ceedingly courteous and in telligent Postmaster Mr C C Wallace who is also the custodian of the building who was appointed in 1899 by Pres McKinley Richmond office yields a revenue of about 9000 a year Mr Wallace was born at Irvine Estill county Ky his immediate ancestors from Al bemarle county Va His grandfather Andrew Wal lace was one of the first settlers of the county Mr Wal lace came to Richmond when seventeen years old and was a member of a prominent merchantile firm in Richmond The town never had a better post master or a more popu lar one invariably courteous and obliging than Mr C C WallaceMr Cobb Clerk of the County Court is one of the most popular officers Madison county ever had and one of the most efficient Was born in Estill county Ky August 161862 of N C ancestry He took charge of the office January 6 1902 Mr Cobb is a prominent Elk joining two years ago Is a Mason Odd Fellow and Red Man You might hunt Ken tucky over and you would never find a more genial or elegant gentleman than the present County Clerk Dr J W Harris Examiner for Pension Board Sur geon for Tom Collins Confed erate Postand general prac titioner is one of the most eminent physicians in Richmond Dr Harris was born inMadison county Ky Dec 23rd 1845 He grew up in Columbus Ga and was the Adjutant of the 3rd Georgia regiment At the reunion at Louisville 1900 hd was chief surgeon on Gen Clays staff Hd graduated at Louisville in medicine Is a member ol the Madison county Medical Society and Kentucky State Medical Society and aaElk There is no more popular physician in Richmond than- Dr Harris He toms c I I THE OLD RELIABLE ROY4 ll KPOWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE a large practice- I remember very kindly in deed Dr A WilkesSmith for years and up to his death the leading dentist in Richmond who was in the Confederacy being from the Eastern Shore of Maryland Many old friends are dead among them French Tipton once on the Register and Captain Greene Madison is a large county and has a number of deputy Sheriffs It is interesting to hear Mr J M Terrill tell of his trip to California where he bore a requisition from governor Beckham to Gover nor Gage of Calfiornia and brought back a prisoner from Fresno who had committed a murder here twelve years ago The best part of it was the man was acquitted Mr Terrill made the longest trip six thousand miles that any deputy Sheriff ever made from this county He accom plished his mission with but little trouble and declares that California is quite the most fascinating country he ever sawall fruit and flowers Mr Terrill was born in Mad ison county 1873 has been deputy Sheriff six years and has made for himself a splen did reputation Is a Mason and a member of Improved Order of Red Men Mr E W Bybee deputy Sheriff was born in Clark county Kentucky 1851 His family came from around Lexington moved to Madison county in 1855 was appointed deputy Sheriff un der Sheriff Wagers January 1 1902 is a member of Odd Fellow and Masonic Lodges and a memberat the Methodist church was once a member of the City Council MrT A Robinson has one of the handsomest Jewelry stores in Richmond He carries a firstclass stock of beautiful watches rings chains silver ware and cut glass handpainted china and lovely clocks He has some o3 the the handsomest cut glass I ever saw and hand painted plates worth 500 a piece Besides he is such a courteous gentleman Mr Robinson was born in Manchester Kentucky in 1867 He came here from Berea and opened up his business He also repairs watches etc Grad uated as an optician at South Bend Ind 1898 He is an Elkand Mason Miss K V Schmidt fash ioaable milliner has opened up a handsome line of goods artistic highclass millinery which will be open to the pub lic in a few days She has employed Miss Sticker from Cincinnati as trimmer lady of exquisite taste and experience in large cities Whatever comes from this establishment will bear the stamp of fashion Miss Sch midt occupies the rear of Mr Robinsons store She moved here from the Singer office HUr work speaks for itself Miss Schmidt is an exceed ingly courteous young lady and takes great pride in pljiasing her customers She isacouqin of Mr J W Wit zeiwho was one of the most pQ u ar business men in At la4 ta who has recently moved to VaiT WHITSON More Riots I istnrbances of strikers are not nearly grave RS an individual disorder of he system Overwork lose of sleep nerroa tension will be followed by utc ioollapeveiinlessareliable remedy is immediately imployed Therce n icfj so efficient to cure disorders of tIItIiVer or kidneys as Electric Bitters it a tonic and effective n crin and the greatest all around n1 wine Tor run down gystems It dwtels nervpasaew rbeuBMtiwn and netaatctft and epI+ Hsal rm gems Onlk Mewd MtktfMtioa tMHwrtM by all r t pat Imi i i Expensive Litigation From the standpoint of witnesses examined and thenum ber of Justices of the Peace sitting the biggest lawsuit ever heard at Portland was tried there Saturday J M Brizendine of Kentucky bought a mule of Luke Pur due some time ago paying90 for the animal After getting home Brizendine discovered that the mule was unsound and he brought suit before Justice W F Butler to recover damages Justice A M Hester J W Simpson and T A Bradley were called in by Justice Butler to sit with him on the case between six ty and seventy witnesses were examined after which a judg ment against the defendant for 50 and cost was rendered The cost in the case amount to more than the judgment Gallatin News Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time Or little boy was saved writes Mrs W Wntkine of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terribte cough set in besides Doctors everydayDisovery lor consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases Guaranteed by all druggists Price title and Trial bottles free 1m The Country Bred Boy A glance at a list of the great men of the big cities of the United States will prove beyond a doubt that the coun try bred boy is far superior to his city born cousin Jin point of business and profes sional ability and general ca pacity Many reasons are advanced for the success of the country boy in the large cities but the one that seems to hit the nail on the head is that the youngster of the pro vinces is taught to work and by thatis meant a goodhonest days work one of 12 hours He is a sticker too who is willing to start in at the bot tom and when you finda country boy who is a worker and a sticker he is invincible You cant keep him down Salt Lake Telegram Cures Cancer and Blood Poison If you have blood poison producing eruptions pimples ulcers swollen glands bumps and risings burning itching Biin coppercolored spots or rash on the skin mucous patches in mouth or throat falling hair bone pains old rheumatism or foul catarrh take Bot poisonInheal hard swellings subside aches and pains stop and a perfect cure is made of the worst cases of Blood Poison For cancer tnmors swellings eating eores ugly ulcers persistent pimples of all kinds take B B B It destroys the cancer poison in the blood heals can cer of all kinds cures the worst humor or suppurating swellings Thousands cured by B B B after all else fails B B B composed of pure botanic Ingredl ents Improves the digestion makes the blood pure Bnd rich stops the awful itching and all sharp shooting pains Thoroughly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per large bottle with com plete directions for home cure Sam plo free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe troub le and free medical advice also sent in sealed letter 1m Killed a Large Otter N B Furgerson of Mor tons Gap country was in town with a skin of a large otter that was captured and killed on his fathers farm Wednesday The animal was discovered and held at bay by a dog about fifty yards from a small creek until Mr Robt Furgerson killed it by shoot ing it in the head with his pis tol The skin of the otter is very valuable for its fur and marIketone will certainly bring the top price for it isan unusually largeone Madisonville Hus tler Bishop Watterson tells a story of how he was once taken fora drummer by a traveling salesman who was riding oil the same train What house do you repre sent he was asked Lord Church replied the bishop Hm mused the drummer never heard of it Any branch house Branch houses allover the world said the map of God easily Thats queerU went on the drummer who began to think he had run across boastful representative of some small concern Erboots and shoes No said the bis- hopDry goods asked the drummer beginning to dis play irritation rW lno l said the bishop i some folks ca1l r QM i t f THEM BUSY BEE GASH STORE Owing to the great rush of business has been compelled to get their buyers off to the markets again for the third time since they moved in their new building on Main Street andalready the store is beginning to fill up with new and attractive merchandise in every department The eagle eyed buyers for this great store are searching all the markets for pretty stuff and every train that arrives brings us boxes full of the very latest productions in all departments we handle t Our handsome new store on Main street is indeed a ttrQm centero C Every department is chucked full of new goods and low cash prices we are naming on new uptodate stuff is the talk of the entire town and county Our Shoe Departmenthas been enlarged and is very complete The prettiest Ladies Footwear to be had in tho city is being shown in our Shoe Department Ideal Kid French heel Shoes Oxfords and Slippers are among the many attractions shown Our Mens guaranteed patent Corona and uptodateS4DepartmentJust received and put on sale an elegant assortment of Schloss Bros CLOTHING = The workmanship in the building of this Clothing the fitting qualities and quality of goods is second to hone in the United States No uptodate dresser can afford to miss seeing this line of Clothing Our low prices guaranteed O DeparturGoods Department has been enlarged Our Wash Goods Department is alive withnew stuff Our Ladies Tailormade Suits and Skirts are the talk of the town Our Mens and Boys Hat Department has been improved Our Notion Department is crowded to overflow fug with new Novelties and pretty Neekwear etc for ladies and children OUR AMERICAN LADY CORSET is the best Corset sold and we are showing all the best styles made in them Try an American Lady Corset for Style Comfort and Fit Have a look at our pretty HOSIERY for Ladies Misses Children and Men They are the prettiest in the city Our prices the lowest In The Domestic Department you will find best Calicoes at 3c Indigo blue and black Calicoes 4c Best Brown Cotton 5c Quilt Lining good quality 4c Best Tobacco Canvass 2c Green ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton Tie Masonsville Bleach Cotton 7ic Fruitof the Loom Bleach Cotton Tie Good Apron Ginghams at 4c Dont forget that we have moved to our new and elegant store room on Main Street opposite Court House where we have nice accommodations for all our customers and friends and where they vill all be greeted with a cordial welcome to our new store Very Respectfully wDOLDHAMcoBUSY BEE CASH STORE MEAT MALT THE IDEAL RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lice sad Strength in Every Drop A irifotiffc combination of the rsfntlal constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LonUrfllc Ky Jimuiy gar MEAT MALT CO LoufcrlUe Ky Gentlemen HaTin examined Meat and Malt preparation and being thorooghlracquantedwith and mode of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and inrifforatcs digestion and is especially beneficial fonenrous prostration and all with debility Yours L D KASTENB1NE M D Lonisrille College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT DO Louisville K We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put In a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Miss Ida M Snyder Trcasarer of the Brooklyn East Foam Art Club H women would pay more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters end weald observe remits woald find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they ere gives curtfa- In ceiwtlUn Fine my druggist he ad vfccd McEIms of Cardul and Thed fords WackDraaght and so I took Jt and have every reason to thank him for a new Ilk opened up to rile with restored health Md K only teak three months to see me Wise of Cardul isarcgulatorof theme is a aa tonishiag tonic for women It cures scanty tQo frequent irreg wraadj tafal menstruation falling of the whites and flooding It- is hel l wen woman childbirthoaetly brings o dear babyto homes that have been barren for All dnUi wve 8100 botllesof wine of C dui WI N EorQRDUI r ti22iL V MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row ell And Buys 4 SKINS t A5 IFor further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago rL R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprrr Phone 85 ++ ++ CALL AT+++ JONES MERSflON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation OcBBlM Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap Phone 3 Second St Tetter Salt Itkeans Mid Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inci deutto these diseases is InsbmtIy allayed by applying Chamberlains Eyo and akin Many very bad sees have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles end a remedyfor sore nipples chapped frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Grfjs cHiUe Powders ore just a when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but raeckte ago tine beet iuwet put a issue ta priaw coadtUoa Prim 25 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew d For A Perfect Cure sceace For All Throat and g Lung Tioubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles freoj 0 o SQllist4 Rulroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or EeSantbyvilleand cl For Irvineu uaur For MUIftrs Creek + 250pd TRAINS ARRIVE UICHMOND iFrom aJO1DclnuaUProm Irvine i w 335p jtFrom Millets Creck 830 e1a- C M BKOWKINO OtnMJrI- VusalUesKT aA Wo luR a Hlcbrnona Kjr s t 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager ROUT SCROWEEdltor =WEDNESDAY MAR 25 1903 rUBUSHKB ZVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Coof Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET Pow CIBCUIT JUDGE IsHONOt Clark County FOR COMMOn AEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Announcements FOR JAILER ofKissMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C OBlGQSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison Iounty subject to the action of the Demo tiWea xtndidate for Jailer of Madison County sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party TOB COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE We are authorized to anncnnce the name of Mr T T HEDGER of Scott county as a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture Rublcct to the action of the Democratic party Primary May 91903 Col Nail Will Not Run SAYS IlLS INFORMATION FROM FARMING ELEMENT All OVER THE STATE Is That Hubert YrteUnJ Will be Nominated by Eft Vote For Commissioner of Agriculture Col Ion B Nail State Commissioner of Agriculture who for thirty years has been one of tha foremost agricul turist iu the state and who is conceded t be one of the most thoroughly pojted men as to farming interest in Kentucky has announced to his friends that at the expiration of his present term ot gliveeligible for reelection and will return ti private life Col Nail has organized m ire farmers institutes than any oiier Commissioner the State ever bad n tl he has been one of the leaders in tiif Kood roads movement ixol Nail in an interview Inst week hkl he was taking no active part in tilt selection of his successor as that was n duty which devolved upon the Democratic farmers of the State hut bat when asked for his opinion on the racelm said he personally was going to vote for Hubert Vreeland because be believe hun to be not only the best qualified but Ly far a more aggressive man than the others and by reason of his experience as assistant in charge of the office would not have to con sums his time learning the routine ant would be in a better position next winter to secure favorable legislation for the farmer such as good roads and litany other things that are needed wUh all ot which he is thoroughly con versant Col Nail said that from what he could hear from the farmers and others with whom be came in contact there was not the slightest doubt in his mind about the nomination of Mr Vreeland boue of the largest major i ics that would be received in any ol the races for State office THERE is no way to beat John Chenault for Auditor except to swindle him out of the nomination and the ras cals who are planning that scheme will be foiled by the honest Democrats of Ken t icky Louisville Critic CIF1 BrowerCo I LEXINGTON KY New Spring floods Are Arriving Daily aj g22 The efforts of months have crystalized in the newest and most up to date line of Carpets Draperies Wall Paper Furniture Wood Mantels VIe have ever gathered on our floors It is impossible in print to do justice to a line so com plete so novel and so beautiful They must be seen to be appre dated CFBrowerCOi I MAIN AND BROADWA- LEONQTON K r tJ jl JOHN B CHENAULTS FRIENDS ARE DE LIGHThD WITH THE REPORTS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE STATE The Bluerrass District Will Give Him a large Majority her ills Opponent Louisville Crltle1 thChenaultsto lti thjentire State Mr is able to sp reeakcondition of the various districts He n deaultsthuragingS w chhichParis and a number of other Bluegrass towns Mr the io trncounty in that district His organiza tion will be the best ever made in a State race and the character of the men who are supporting him gives evidence the esteem in which he is held throughout all of Central Kentucky Mr Bradley only mentioned the Seventh district because his views were asked about that particular sec on In the First Second and Third districtsit is conceded that Mr Che nault is the overwhelming choice of the Democrats in that end ot the State and as printed in The Critic last week the Fourth district is rapidly coming into- neli In fact Mr Chenaults race is in firstclass condition He is free from all entangling alliances and is solely dependent upon the support of the people without any reterence to the work of the machine Mr Chenanlt has thousands of f triendsspoken in their condemnation of the methods employed by the State ma chine to defeat hire Louisville and- Jefferson county are being thoroughly organized in his behalf He will haves representative at every precinct and and with any sort of n fair deal he will carry the district by a good majority HP dues not ask for auy advantage If the busses will keep hands oft and let votes be counted as cast Mr Chenault will have no trouble in defeating Ha fr whse only following comes from bulldozing tactics of Allie Young chairman of the State Central Commit tee Small Pox PrerecUtiTC A medical Journal says Lettuce is on absolute specific as n preventa live of smallpox All fear of smallpox may vanish when this simple pre caution is taken Should this remedy seem tc fail in any case we would be glad to be notified There has never bein a failure up to date and we are anxious to know if one should occur We have absolute confidence in let tuce as a preventative of disease and do not hesitate to assure any one that there is no danger of acquiring smallpox so long as the system is fortified against it by this natural and potent Ip revetttativetThe Place to Take a Rest A nervous looking man went into a store the other day and sat down for half an hour or so when the Clerk asked if there was anything she could do for him he said no he didnt want anything She went away and he sat half an hour longer when the proprietor asked him if he wanted to be shown anything No saul tho nervous man I just want to sit around My physician has recomended perfect quiet for me and says above all things avoid being in crowds Noticing that you did not advertise in the newspa per 1 thought that this would be as quiet a place as I could find so 1 just dropped in for a few hours of isolation The merchant picked up a bolt of pa per cambric to brain him hut the man went out lIe said that all he wanted was a quiet liteWestern Publishers Arkansas Heard From The CUMAX received a letter ester day from Mr H H Colyer who is now at Hot Springs in which ho says that there are now about twenty or Rich monds best citizens at Hot Springs who are there merely for their own pleasure and amusement We lack but one thing he writes to make our trip a success and that is the CLIMAX so please send it to me Everybody who has ever passed through Ken lucky Is for John B Cbenanlt Landand Stock Sales Lee Smitha bought of D R Ammer man of Cynthiaua fine jack for 1000 Embry et Arhuckle sold Joseph Par silull of Lebanon Kansas a fine young short horn bull Monday He is said to be one of the best that has been shipped eut of the county in years ML Sterling Court Between 500 and cattle on the market Some good cattle among the lot while trade was very slow prices were high considering tho market at present for fat cattle A bunch of 7 9501b extra good steers sold at S3 15 SOOlb steers sold at 475 but with these two exceptions feeders sold at S150 heifers 3c to 3j cows 2c to 3c with some nice ones atGKc Bulls at 3c Some light shoats of fair quality sold at Gc- Mules were very brisk and higher 16 hand mules heavy at 175 to IRS 15 hand mules 150 to 100 15 hand mules at 125 to 140 small mules 84 to1lO There was a bglot for sale andmost of them changed hands Gazette Twentyone head oi donkeys young and aged purchased by Thomas R Vancleave in Marion Boyle and Gar rardcounties were shipped out of Lebanon to Salt Lake City last week They were all of the best blood as good as any in Kentucky and better than any that could be found outside of Ken tucky For these Mr Vancleave paid high prices one from Mike Mackin of Marion costing 750 Tho average price of the lot was 350 The total cost of this shipment was 7 350 not Including the express which was 32G more Mr Vancleave says there is a great demand for Jacks all through the west where he expects to soil them flows ibis We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeJ Cheney for the last 15 years and allbusinessmadebyDrugjlislsToledo OhioHallVCalarrti internally acting directly upon the blood and mucos surfaces of the system perbottleTaliB Family Pills are the best 1m a At The Grand Opera House Tbe attraction Dice of Death at the Grand Opera House Thursday night March 26 is one of those thoroughly entertaining coriiedy dramas commanding the interests of th faestory of the play is founded on certain phases of everyday life that touch e heartstrings and call largely on the pa thos of our natures The play abounds in strong and tell g situations which areheightened by alistic scemery and thrilling climaxes he language is excellent and construction considerably above the regular or r of melodramas Great care and- on little expense have been given toe scenic and mechanical preparation thu play a carload of scenery me anical effects properties etc being us ed During the action of the play a umber of highclass specialties are in- oduced A visit to the Richmond Carriage Workii will convince you that we can serve you as never before The hand somest line of cairiagea phaetons buggies road carts etc ever displayed in Central Kentucky here awaits your inspection We will not only please you with the style and finish of our ve h ides but will make the price so as to suit your means OUr vehicles range in prices from S38 to 200 and such beauties were never placed on sale before in Richmond Every vehicle guaranteed to be as represented Give- su a callRichmond Carriage Works mch25tf S LMIdkiff Prop KIRKSVILLE Delayed Our town has quite a number on the ick list this week Rev C A Hatch ford is not able to be out yet and Mr W P Prewitt is still confined to his bed though some better Mrs S W Ross is confined to her room with the grip Miss Dora Day has been quito ill for several days Mr Jumes Layton suffered a slight stroke of paralysis A number of our town people attended Old King Cole at Richmond last week and pronounced it good Several persons who are supposed to know have examined the peaches in this community and have decided that they were killed by the recent cold spell They say however that the apples are not injured J B Ely of Paint Lick was in town Sunday The western fever u getting very contagious near Edenton some miles below Mr Andrew Ham and family one of the most prominent citizens will lea vein a few lays for Decatur IllTe wish him a prosperous jour neyMrs Jack Adams and Miss Kate Ely of Paint Lick were visitors here Sunday Prof Secrest is doing a grand work onr young men by conducting he Y M C A and furnishing the reading room with excellentliterature Several of our merchants are in the city this week after new goods Manager G B Shepherd is preparing to have Ralph Bingham on April 6 This will be a splendid attraction and all should turn oat to hear him The post office at this place is the eel Ire of attraction among the ladies at present A grand display of millinery just from the city is opened and the show window reminds one of mid sum msr blooming with flowers AFhanoataRmlnalFrlc- eChlcagoa largest music house Lyon Healy announces a Clearing Sale of Pianos This is owing to the fact that their warerooms are being entirely remodeled Several hundred splendid Instruments are offered without reserve until all am sold In this stock are a number of Steinway and Knabe pianos and new and secondhand pianos in eluding instruments of the followin well known makes Miller Mason Hamliti Hazelton Weber Chickering etc In square pianos there are fine toned instruments at 25 40 60 and upwards In upright pianos neat instruments at 100 150 200 and upwards In Baby Grands some nice specimens at 250 and upwards Near ly all these pianos were intended to sell for much more than these clearing sale prices Lyon Healy will send u list and full particulars upon application Any piano not proving entirely satisfactory may be returned at their ex pease Address Lyon Healy 1st Adams street Chicago Distance is no obstacle in taking advantage of tide remarkable chanco to obtain a piano for in proportion to the saving to bo male the freight charges are insignifl cent If you do not already know Lyon Healy by reputation any banker will assure you of their entire responsibility and record of forty years for honorable dealing Write tt your early convenience so as to avoid disappointment v IRVINE Miss Bessie Riddell is visiting Mrs Neale Bennett in Richmcnd Mr Geo B Williams spent last week in Louisville buying hs spring goods Miss Little of TorontoCanada rjil the guest of her brother Mr W A Little Mrs Thee Williams has returned from Louisville where she went to see Ben Heir Miss Cora Hinds of Louisville ie visiting Miss Annie Wagers and other relatives Mr Win P Williams has returned from a short visit to Frankfort and RichmondMiss White of Manchester is visiting the family of her cousin Mr Mat Hacker Mr Ernest Campbell If visiting his grandmother Mrs S P Richardson at West Irvine There are rumors floating around of severalweddings In the noar future Irvine is full of pretty girls Mrs Robt Bergman leaves Tuesday for Frankfort to visit her father and mother Mr and Mrs L T West Mrs Todd the wife of Mr ThoA Todd who recently moved here from Madison county is seriously III at her placer called and death of her sister Miss Florence Snud dy has returned to her home in Irvine Mr and Mrs David Bergman are vis iting their daughter Mrs Harry Mil wardat Lexington Mrs Bergman irlll leave this week for PItlsburg to visit her sister Mrs Nannie Agnew Mr and Mrs Joe Old bam celebrated the anniversary pi their marriage at their home in Ilrassfield on tfaeJ5tu quite number fipm Irvine Were pres tint Mr and ijs Oldbstt weowV- isittEg the MtLer mothr line- ii r t++ +4+++++++++ 4 + ++ fI i t f+ ++ ff+ tl1 Illviii4a terrible torment fothe little folks and to some older otles Easily cured Doans Ointment never lls Instant relief permanent cure t any drug store 50c 1m D B Shaokelford Co have con tracted with the fo1feR F COfor the role of their Ranges in Madison county if d A dose in time saves lives VDr Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures remedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sort 1m It you lovo your wife buy her a gas range Range is sold at 2 down and 1 per month till paid for Gas is cheaper than coaL Nt dirt no beat no smoke A gas range settles Ihe cook problem- A gas arc lamp will give you 700 candle power light for 2 cts per hour We will put these lamps in on trial satisfaction guaranteedsRICHMOND WATER LIGHT CooA household necessityDr Thomas Electric Oil heals burns cuts wounds of any sort cures sore throat croup catarrh asthma never fails 1m AuttlonccrCMy services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D CIIESAULT mlilS tf Terrill ivy If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come and take it out as the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory we will make is so but such an occurence never happens with the Majestic feb 254m Arbuckles Simmons I owe rry whole lifl to Burdock Blood Bitters scrofulous sores coy ered my body I seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Charles Hutton Ber ville Mich 1m For Sale Having sold my livery business I have two no 1 work mules for salepri vatel LyrnanjjParrish mar 4 4t Cor T and Irvine st For Sale A fine farm of fifty acres near Hunt privatelyPossession mar IS 2t James Munday Hunt Ky Stops the Cough and Works o2 the Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine cure a cold in one day No TabletJI pay lrice 25 cents Dr Hobson dentist next doo to Government building tf Richmond Ky retReat Our Store house bulB ft Two storys and basement 208 Main strees Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing indigestion bill ousness constipation sick headache and all stomach liver and bowel troub Only25cMajestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 Waller Bennett 4 Joe S Boggs 5NBCoy 6 D M Chenault 7 G W Gates 8 O W Hisle 9 John D Harris 10 T H Hart 11 U G Harris 12 W R Letcher Jr- l3JC Lackey 14 David A McCord 15 Henrv PerryS16 Dr G G Perry 17 Hon W B Smith 18 M B Stagner 19 Judge N B Turpin 20 Engeiie Todd 21 Mrs S Po Wallers Tho above list is the number of Ma jestic ranges we have sold in the last ten months If you are not one ofthat list we want to make you one this year SURE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges and willwill cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call fit Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best Range you oversaw ARDUCKLE SIMMONS NoticeSLouisville Ky Mar 9 1003 Thurman Grocery Co- Richmond Ky witbjMrexclusively on your market for the present and in case yon want It we will be very glad to have you buy it through him or you can buy the same flour direct from us under the brand of Ballards Lucille If you desire to do so lot ns know Yours trully Ballard Ballard Co Well here is another frost from Thurman on Wall street this city I wish to call your attention to the above letter sent to me from Messrs Ballard Ballard of Louisville Ky Now It seems that we have been selling Mr Ballards flour too cheap so they turn over the exclusive sale to one man so as to give him a chance to sell it as high as he likes I dont think that ea long as we pay Mr Ballard for his flour at his price that Its any of his business what we sell ft for that is if we want to put the price down in the reach of the people its our business Now we will see that our trade gets good flour at an extra low price and we will BallardMarkIlannaBallard into that order on a small scale Now I dont say that Armour and Swift aro not dm rascals for I am not a competent judge as I have not withthemupaaway from all of them and turn it over controltueprice for It they like Now you can see from Mr Ballards letter that lIe thenameus the same flour under the name of merchantrlghtlisk Well we have never been uiar rled to Miss Obelisk and will have to notbRespectfully mil t Jon TIWRMA1Ir b 1tOV is directed to the ssofFresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or tdeibuiness of this firm has growhto suchpropor- 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 r qurj d Our stock of Cured pleats is purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Eish and Oyat ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow jjuLlr Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market affoitfis Give us a trial and we will prove our sin ceriHy to serve you promptly and relia- blyDoiuglais CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky Dotctloa Sate Having decided to dissolve partner hip we will clogj out our entire stock f generalmerchindi8e at cost i R JU JaiosCom- clilSlni 0 aintickkyC- cri Wanted We wi1toi oiiyedatSilserr- eek Kyjj several thousand barrels of cornSBunNAIf BENr7 Buo Richkin No 187171 S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we believe he is one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding cer tainly entitle him to rank witri the best He combines the blood of three of the best sires that over did service in Kentucky viz Old feavine Black Squire arId liar Richard There are few horses that carry as much of Old Peavine blood a this hors Lou Chief the 3500 mare was broth On dams side like this horse being out of a mare by Old Peavine ltichkin is out of one of Old Peaviuei best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3year old form in 225 and only for an accident at that age would have taken a low reuor J Pedigree Richkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cerro Gordo Darn Miss Iliclinioiul 551 by King Richard he by Old- Peavine out of Phoros by Imp Phaeton 1st Dam Lee Wood 2330 A S H R by Old Peavine 2nd Dam by Warren Harris Denmark 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare DescriptionRichkin is a beautiful red sorrel 16 hands high foaljd April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 lbs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a small horse In breeding he hasnt a mean cross and ij bound to prove a superior sire Terms + Richkin will make the Season ot 1903 at the Jae B Miller farm on Ha gans Mill pike Silver Creek Ky 7 miles South of Richmond Ky COLTIis parted with or bred to another horse otherwise when colt is foaled All care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapeit but will not be responsible should any occur ot ot ARBUCKLE LETCHER RICHMOND KHCTCKY mr 182mo Only and TO CUES A COLD IS ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Meat dishes 10 cents uci1one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TBN CKXT STOKE N xtdoor to Government Bl- dgSAoir1tl1 FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to calland see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of MovingPianosFurniture Etc and guarantee to please my at dll times Elmer ParrishSuc- cessor Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone 32 RICHMOND KY Dmmi ion rs ale W B Logan Assignee of the Ky Citizens B L Assn Plff againstSB W Turner Ac Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a J udgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the January Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Thursday March 26 1903 bctweenhe hours of 11 oclock a m and i2 oclock m at the Court House door in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz of One House or the east half of a double brick house situated on the north side of Main St in Richmond Ky fronting on Main Street 87J feet six inches to line of K Walker thence running from Main street with Walkers line 300 feet to alley thence with alley In a westerly course 91 feet 6 inches to corner of lot lormerly owned by N B Deatherage thence with line to Main street the point of beginning Ora sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 1374 53 the amount 01 money so ordered to be made and the cost hereo- fTERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equal ly The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment ofthe purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judg meat bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property Until nil the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT M C M C C A URGE VARIETY of goods is here your inspection and approval We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are- prepared to serve you as never before We- guarantee a IZZ7 a Perfect Fit ANDS Perfect Finish 2 12 7t212 II you want a Suit for good solid wear it will pay you to get one from usSStouffer Mahler Merchant Tailors Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates t- oQAUFORN1A tf And the Northwesti Daily to April 30 J 9034line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Newi Mexico Arizona Texasj druggists patrons llmar3mS Onehalf Deathurages waiting I andRoundtrip Tueslayin South and Southwest IndianTerritory and Texas One Fare to jNew Orleans and Return JprilJJ to 13 J9Q3 circularsagentor AJKy MU8L1N UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot ruffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce andfour rows of insertion and laeebn edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular J lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tucketc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck aridelbow sleeves neck and sieeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25 to Space will not permit of my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under ld r J Main and First I Seven Million boxes sold in pest 12 months DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmondt OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No BETTERScan be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year oldin jugs 100 per gallon 10to hollies 5 5II toIUJ 200 5 II tobottles 3 2h II jugs S210 II Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky L 5 5 This signature 49c99c 99c 49c90c Ladies Drawers 25c99c 99cS wayfullICor OWEN M1ffljplTUcKl DayII fl 11Cures box on everyI R H Humphreys r Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stockevery daYtcordially invite you to call t R FL Humphreys PHONE NO 3L A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a cal w will sh w you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods Liwhite in black and in colors Also a complete line 0 Eta 4tes Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring war Argorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces and Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Qibson Corner Main and Second ELDERS fuBARtJfAINSTOREl Lg J We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business arid are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods t Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and L- aMiffineryS of ever shown in this city Call dinspe tourjine and- be convinced that we cart save you money t if 7 t1 I P a Respectful y Submitted to the Cash Trader I E YELDER e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get our prices before making your purchase in this line Dont fail to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicle Iainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction t 1et eaTT 3octs leOND ICY rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH firoceries AGENTS FOR BoquetFlour lie Richmond Climax EPSEMUY MAR 25 1903 Bnv you girl a shower stick L E Lane Par II Breck fire Life and 4c ltut insurance mar 4 4t Nuii ro Wafers the correct thing rLiMih Phone 163 Frasa Bros lit lireck will Insnre your city or- eo ropertyfire lightning and mar 44t Majestic Ranges Arbuckle Simmons J W McGarvey has returned lqisille where he delivered a JIS llCtUrtH LH iu R W Miller referee in bank went to Nicholasville Saturday fr the bankruptcy caee of Jerry L jH Js new store is a beauty Every iiij new and complete His electric gt is most attractive Joe is a hust uny way Every Article in my store is Fresh id the Prices will more than please u Phone 293 Near L N depot Jas Million Lincoln county is suffering from a form of smallpox It is said to lil only genuine smallpox that js revailed there since the war ev i1 deaths have occurred 1tlle and see the heaviest the and the most complete Range in iarket The Miller You will find khlyul them that have been in use tiii city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co L Garnet Hotel has recently- p il and can accommodate the pub tli judging and meals Reaaona Ifs Would appreciate your pa Ilg Respectfully iar 43m II G Engle Proprietor 1r E V Elder the popular dry reliant having ftfectett a set eiM lit with his creditors has opened isrt again and invites all his pa- unl friends to see him His an Onii inint appears elsewhere In to 11I ritig is hire it is time to have Or veiicle repainted and oe- rai iiinl inadeas good as new Ve the work at prices that will sur rI Kirhraond Carriage Works i S L MidkifT Prop IVirsof amusement should avail tlvesof the opportunity of wit iny Cnufmans Sensational production Dice of Death I illation here Tlie death of MII an road agent by a pack of r rioiis wolves the stage rob tin trial and hanging at midi fcaid tO be very tensational isi At the Grand Opera 1j11I day night March 26 r 5 and CO cunts 1 Miller Han e people teJI us if Irr telephones us theyJo not k Millrr Kaiiirn for us to tend n t fT it and refund the money for a guaranteed Irom end to end If II L Shackelford Co r Ja y tvts ivo Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly tbinjforPhone 165- Bring your butter cgs and other produce to me and get the highest MillionPhone Have rubber tires to take the place of theold wornout steel tires now on your vehicle We can make a now ve hicle out of your old one Call arId get our prices and we will convincE you we are here to do business Richmond Carriage Works mch25 tf S L Midkifl Prop Quarterly Court Quarterly court convened Monday Judge N B furpin presiding The docket this month is larger than usual No Skin Games This Year The Lexington Elks Lodge and Fair Committee following the example oi the Richmond Elks Fair Association have decided that no gaming devices oh any kind except pool selling on the races will be allowed at the fair this year Farm Sold Mr J D Clark has sold his farm on the ol I Frankfort Piko known as the Willis Pricn place to Mr Howard Mc Corcle of this city pontaialnJOo acres for S200QO Mr Clark has rented the John Cromwill place Lexington Gazette The SIr Fee Capt 0 C Calhoun Wednesday af ternoon received n State Treasury check for 7119995 in full settlement of his fee under legislative act for the collection for the Commonwealth Kentucky from the United States Government of the sum of 13239935 the civil war interest claim At The Horse Show Quite a number of local horsemen attended the TranterKenney Stallion Show at Tattersalls Lexington Mon day Among the Madison county horses exhibited were Hempstead and King Arthur of Ellendale Stock Farm under the management of Capt Bob Walker Frandennial Club The Prandennial Club will be enter tamed by Mr Clarence E Woods to morrow Thursday evening Dinner at Joes at seven oclock Class Messrs Gates McLellan McGarvey Moberley S N and Woods The sub ject for the evening will be How may Municipal Governments bo Im proved Sunday School Officers to Reel The spring meeting of the county and district Sunday School officers will be held at one oclock Saturday March 28 at the Y M C A rooms in this city This is the most important meeting of the year as suggestions regarding the coming district and county conventions are to be considered and programs blocked out RUI1Y for the Game The students of the Walters Collegiate Institute have organized a base ball team and are putting some hard practice They are very enthusiastic over the prospects and anxious for the season to open The first game will he played with Belleue Cellege of Wit more at an early date The game will probably be played at Nicholasville Til Factory Work was begun last week on the new tile and firebrick factory at Mob el ly Tho plant will be located near where the L A railroad crosses the Irvine pike about one hundred yards from Jfoberly station A great bed of clay was recently discovered at this place which will be sufficient to supply the factory The factorywill be ready to start by May L- Public Sale If not sold privately before hand I will BPll at public sale on the premitep my residence on Oak street en Wed nesday April 8 at 2 pm Also the lot on Irvine street and L N railroad fronting 100 feet on Irvine street 69 on Elm and about 197 on L tN railroad Terms made known on day of sale mchlS 4t Mus ELIZABETH Cnows 0 J IPeatherage G- or t TSEDii t UI Seeds IL c All kids of Seeds In fact we are rather e dyJSo if you want to buy anything in the SEEDLine b Abe sure and call on E Deatherage Co and he will you right although you may get a few hayseed Jin your hair 7 c IB Deatherage Co I Attractive Windows wlndowsated munch attention of late Scores ol smaUicolQred electric light bulbs ar tistically arranged give a very pleasing effect and show up well Hiju Priced Land The highest priced land sold in Mad ison county in many a day wasa tract of l6 acres on Poosey which was sold by the Master CommissionersFriday It was aofd to satisfy judgment of the Madison Circuit Court and brought the sum of JOO Smallpox Scare Over improvementin pastfewone or two patients now and the disease is In the mildest form It ie thought now that there Is no danger of a further spread of the disease After Bob Taylor The managers of the Grand are try ing to secure Gov Bob Taylor for the latter part If May All who have had the good fortune ol hearing GovTayloras well as those who havo not are exceedingly anxious that the engagement may be made He is acknowledged to be time most popular platform orator in the country and his return to Rich mond will be greeted pleasure Helms We cant pass this week withont making especial mention of the pro duction of Thelma at the New Opera House on last Tuesday evening This was one of the best attractions that has been here this season The com pany was unusually strong and the scenery and electrical effects were superb A good audience witnessed this play and every one was highly Ileas d Magistrate ResIgns Squire SI Lane who was electtd Justice of the Peacein the Elliston Meg jsterial district at the last regular elec tion offered his resignation to county Judge Turpin last Thursday The rea son for the resignation is that Squire Lane has moved out of the district The vacancy will bo filled by the Governor on the recommendation of Judge Turpin A Great Loss A former resident remarked to a young lady of this city the other day that the removal of Central University was a groat loss to the community Site replied that it was indeed Why we used to put on our winter wraps to see the Thanksgiving game spring hats came with the April speaking and summer diessts were tIme sure sign of commencement If it were not for the change of weather we would lose all track of the seasons now Left a Few Sneak thieves have been getting in their work in and about Waco for a week or eo One of tho boldest rob beries reported occurred at the home of Judge Algan Hisle where the thieves drove off Ti flock of geese leaving only fourteen behind However Mrs Hisle has the happy faculty of seeing the bright side always and she says she is so glad that they left her the fourteen geese and the Judge that she does not mind losing the rest Painful AcddenL The community was very much ex cited last Wednesday afternoon over a mrst painful accident which befell Mr O M Shearer tho popular and efficient clerk at Covington Banks While unpacking some tools one slip ped from his hands and in dodglnc to protect his toot fell wrenching his back In a horrible manner He was taken to hU home on a stretcher and made as comfortable as possible His many friends will be happy to learn of his early recovery Ignored Our neighbor town Nicholasville has recently acted independently notwithstanding the fact that Gov Beck ham was connected When Judge T B Crutcher died a vacancy was crea ted in the city office Gov Beckhan appointed William Stanley to succed to the office of police judge The city council however had a call meeting and elected John Traynor claiming that the Governor had no right to In terfere in the city government and hence ignored the appointment of tan ley In Danger While Senator Farris was being shaved in a mountain town time crowd in the barber shop was talking of some raids that had been made on whisky dens iti the town when the barber who was shaving the Senator said That is caused by that cursed Farris law and the author of it ought to have ida dn throaf cut Of course lie didnt known the Senator but as the latter felt tile scel crawling over his face he pretended to be sleeping and very properly swallowed the remark Lancaster Record Spring Schcols Several fcchoola III the county have opened for the spring term during time past few weeks Some of those ho Imve prosperous schools are Miss Re- becca Edwards at Byl eetown Prof Durret White at College lull Prof J B Harris at Doylesville Mrs M H Berry at Union Citj Prof J I Caneater at Kill It011 Erpf J T Wash at Valley View Miss Lottie Farris at Whites Station Mrs Nancy Stevens and Miss Ellen Hnys at Be rea Miss Dorcns Francisr at Runyon Grove and Miss Emma Todd at the Drums hitn school house Making Them New The first locomotive rebuilt in the new L A shops is about finished anti Will be ready to run out in a few days The engine was brought into time shops last fall but work onit was BUS pended for some time owing to the de lay in getting the machinery to running Time engine was rebuilt from the fire box out very Jew pieces of the original remaining and Master Mechanic Wellfscu says there will be no better on the road Another locomo tive was brought in from Beattyville last week and is being dismantled It will come out of tho shop in about six weeks as good aa new The Rogers Brothers No other attraction in years has created tho same interest in Lexington as The Rogers Brothers who come to the opera house in that cjty for two performances on Saturday April 4 matinee and night They will ba seen in their latest and greatest success The Rogers Brothers At Harvard Thecompany numbers over sevenlyfive people and is accompanied by a special orchestra mill two city loads of special scenery It was oil account of the nu merous inquirieafcr6eats from ontof town patrons that time rrraHnpe was ar ranged and for the acromndation of those who desire to attend there will be reduced son all roads entering Lexington For Salt An extra good milch cow Jersev U W G POwELL Election of Officers The annual election of officers of the Elks Lodge will be meld at the regular meeting next Friday night The elec ton will be followed by a soclaVses sion All members are urged to bo present at this meeting New Millinery Miss E V Schmidts new stock of spring mi linery has arrived and she Invites her friends to call The tnm Wing department is in charge of Mis Strieker of Cincinnati an experienced trimmer Main street with T A Robinson jeweler mch25 3t Successful Operation Mr C B Dunn a prominent citizen of Valley View was brought to the Gibeou Infirmary Saturday for a sur gicaLoperatjon The operation was a success and the patient will lie out In n few days Mr Dunn has been very low lor several mouths Pr Powells Lecture Although he was greeted by n Mnall audience the lecture of Ur E Powell at the Grand Thursday ulxht was all that could be wished for His theme was Citizenship in the Republic and these who heard him pronounced it the greatest treat of the season The Killers Meet Messrs A H Zarlug representing the J W Zjring Grain Mill Co and C F Chenault of time EllistonMillCo attended the meeting of the Kentucky lastFrillavast discuss mutters relative to their buainecs and arrange for the state meeting later in the season Ptbllc Sale I will ofler for sale publicly on tIme premises on Lancaster avenue at pm on Wednesday March 25 my residence containing five rooms and hall The lot is 71J feet front and 220 feet deep with firstclass stable and good garden The properly adjoint that of D B Shackelford and C C Wallace Terms will be made known on day of sale G G COKZKUUS T D Chenault Auctioneer ml8 1 Operated Yesterday morning Dr Joseph Price of Philadelphia assisted by Dr C H Vaughtof this city perforuud an op eration for appendicitis on ilr T D Chenault Jr at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Time operation was entire lyj successful and at the time of going to press the patients condition was very satisfactory Mr Clieiianlts friends will be glad to learn of his speedy recovery Ummandery Work On Thursday night the order of the Red Cross and the Knights Templar degrees were conferred on Dr L A Davis and Mr W P Perkins Tomor row night the annual inspection of Richmond Commandery will be had Grand Junior Warden T A Keith being the inspecting officer The order of the Red Cross will be conferredon Rev Hugh McLellan at the Temple beginning promptly at 6 p rn This work will be followed by an elaborate banquet after which the order of the Temple will be conterred He Admired General day Judge W H Fairman of Pennsyl vania came to Kentucky to visit Gen Cassius M Clay at his home at White Hall in Madison county Judge Fair man who is one of the leading lawyers and wealthiest coal land owners of the Quaker State in telling of his visit to White Hall said I had read a great deal of Gen Cassius M Clay and I ad mired his many courageous acts The man who dared to speak what lie thought to be the truth fearless the consequences at such a time and who was willing to meet the enemy on the field of honor as was the custom of his time and is still living at the age of ninetyseven the hero of three wars had aroused my sympathy and I re- SOlvEd to make a trip to Kentucky to see him I found him the great man I expected He stood erect leaning slightly on his cane and spoke in tones of lila past battles in life I was highly entertained for half an hour at the home of the grand Kentuckian Lexington Democrat The Fiscal Court The Fiscal Court met again Wednes day and adjourned Thursday afternoon havjng completed the business left over from the week before During the last two days of the term a nun ber of claims were presented and allowed Time settlements of JR Berry receiver of the poor farm ant J Wil Ham Wager County Superintendent were offered and adopted Dr C E Smoot was elected jail pity sician and Dr J W fccndder poor house physician for the year For the Pattie A Clay Infirmary the appropriation was increased from 600 toSOO Appropriations were made for build ing time following turnpikes Speedwell and Kingston 58 mile 78125 Pine Grove and Boonesboro pike one mile 1250 Four mile road two miles 2500 Bearwallow and Crookesville pike two miles 2500 Time county levy was fixed at 61 cent on the SlOOand apportioned asfoIIowK For paving railroad boonds 11 centf for building turnpikes 8 cents for repairing turnpikes 15 cents repairing dirt roads 4 cents Interest on turn pike bonds 6 cents for general expen ses 18 cents Twelve Postmasters In 101 Yeas Mr John P M Taylor who proba bly knows as much about the workings of the pSt office department as the Postmaster General himself gave us some interesting facts about the Rich mond office the other day The office was established July 2 1802 nearly 101 years ago In that time there haye been twelve postmasters one of whom was Mr Taylor who served over twenty one years or nearly one fourth of the whole time The following is the list of the postmasters and the terms of service William Miller July 1802- Robert Miller Aug 1806 William Jenkins Nay 1829 James M Ehackelford May 1841 Robert E Kelly May 1845 James M White Jan 1855 James H Berry April 1850 Palestine P Ballard 1861 John P M Taylor Dec 1864 JoeBWIHa Mar 4 887 Wm Af Powell Mar 1891 Joe n Willis Mar 1895 C C Wallace April 1899 Mr Willis the onlr Democrat who has held the office since the war was appointed twice by President Clays land Mr Wallaces first term is near lag an end bat his Iriends are in no way uneasy as Jijs appointment is considered certain there beipg thus far ao other applicant Announces for Jailer Sir N B Jones of the Red House neighborhood formally announces his cndidary for jailer of Madison county in lipdayd CLIMAX Mr Jones is in old time Democrat and comes fron a section that has been Democratic al wafs He announced his candidacy before the last election but afterward withdrew his name deciding it was bes to make the race this time He says he is now la it to win and will be heard from in the finish Slier Acquitted Tio jury returned a verdict of not girt tty t atunlny afternoon in the case of J C Silcr fur the killing of Dr Pojriitz at Paint Lick Able speeches were made by R II Tomllnson L L Haysandby Jounty Attorney Hamilton ComI monwHhlihs Attorney Owsley W I Williams Ho ort llartlii g and former Gov Bradley for the prosecution Mr Bradley stated in his speech that in his thirty years practice in Garrard courts he had never seen as large and as interested a crowd Resolutions Resolutions A 0 U W Lodge Ho 74 upon the death of J C Owens Whereas the Infinite Father has beeii pleased to remove brother J C Owens from the cares anti troubles of this transitory life and another link in our fraternal order has been broken Resolved that as a lodge we deeply mourn the loss of a true and conscien iiouu brother who always performed lila duty faithfully Resolved that in his death the community has lost an honest citizen time lodgij a faithful brother and his family a devoted son and brother Rtsolved that we as a lodge tender our tiympathy to his family in their great sorrow Resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the records of the lodge and n copy of them bo printed in the local papers 4L R HENRY WIA LEEDS CHAS JACOBS Committee PA lET LICK Dr Cat euburg and wife of Tennes dee mire visiting the family of Dr W G Iassenbnrg his brother Mitts Mary Barber of Decatur Ills is vitiiing the family of her uncle Mr B M Lear Mm C S Young has returned from a visit to bar daughter Mrs McDill in Gastonia N C Mrs Wm Wallace has returned from a delightful visit to Lexington anti Georgetown Mr W O Feuds of St Louis Mo is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E H Fields Mr Henry Wallace has gone to Frenthburg where they are going to organize a bank with him as cashier Ernest Woods and Henry Moore have bought the Eads property which was occupied by Mr Will Fish and have iiold Buford Ely a lot where he will build a nice residence Mrs Jennie Searcy met with a very painful accident by being knocked down by a little boy on a wheel Her ankle is badly sprained Mrs Letcher Wearen died of con sumption at lu r nome near Paint Lick last wnek Funeral services were con ducted by Rev Huson of Lexington She was a consistent member of the Baptist church DEAThS CHRISTOPHER Mrs A D Christopher wife otG Christopher an employe of the Hume Cooperage Co died at her home in this city Saturday of consumption aged about thirtyfive years She leaves a husband and three mall children to mourn her de timiseMiwoMr anti Mrs B B Million of Million this county are mourning the loss of their six months old son B BJr who diedof pneumonia in last Sunday afternoon His burial took place here on Monday The sympathy of a host of friends goes out to the bereaved parents Fox Hon Thomas II Fox died his home near Danville Sunday iu the seventythird year of his age Mr Fox formerly resided in this city hay ing n position in the Revenue office under Hon Charles Rhodes Iu 1895 Mr Foi married Miss Mary Moberly formerly of this county who survives humTurssLittlo Ruby Colyer Ter rill daughter of Deputy Sheriff J M Terrill died Monday afternoon at the home of her grandfather Mr T C Wilt near Kingston She was just five years of age and au exceptionally bright little girl the delight of two house holds The burial took plac in the Richmjnd Cemetery yesterday after nOonFnAiErOn Monday Mrs Sallie Frazier was stricken with paralysis and lived only a short while She was fiftyeight years old ant besides a lilts band Haves several children to mourn her lOlls Her funeral was preached yesterday morning at their home on Third treet the services being con dueled by Rev W A Eisenhart thence her burial in the Richmond cemetery SMITH Entered into rest at her homo near White Hall in the twilight ot Manih 15th Mrs Victoria Ramsey Smith The world is better oil for tier life True to herself she was true to all IKer summons was not unlocked for and it is a joy to know it found her ready She was faithful in all the relations of life as dauchter wife sister frfjnd and neighbor Her chlet characteristics were her sincerity her unselfishness her ready sympathy and above ill her tender love and care for her aged husband Her love of her home was unparalleled There she was hiippiest It maybe said of her that site was truly a child of nature and Io7ed Gods world the fields and trees tad almost to the last day oi her life spbke with interest and enthusiasm of her flowers And indeed all the howell she touched seemed to fee th magic and always grew under tier haid Tender and devoted to her familyjUrne and sincere to liar friends ever riiady and responsive to her neigh bors they deeply mourn her loss Hut though alto line passed from our eight will ever live in our hearts with Iloving remembrance Let us follow her example by living tueliaflife of troth and loyalty Sorrow aa1 pain for her are over herI- leavItily Father lies lifted her away to the home not made with dt eternal In the Heavens May x eJn lila tender mercy send comfort t time bereaved hearts of those vito I ired her anti strengthen them jn trial that they may trust remember He has saidlor leave thee nor forsake thee be1tbi stiig For Damages Mrs Ella Tipton wife of Leonard Tipton wjio was drowned while at work on the boom at Irvine hiss brought suitagainst the saw mill com pany for 510000 damages RELIGIOUS The spring meeting of Transylvanja Presbyterv will be held at Stanford coininenciJiRTuesday April 7 Rev Dr DodgefjaaTetiring moderator will preach hejvipenfng sermon 1 A movement1ison foot in Harrods burg to hold lip greatest religious meeting that has ever been known there It is desired to have it In tie form of a union tent meeting and will be hId some time during the summer The services will be conducted by an experienced evangelist Time Praise service at time First Pres byjerian church on last Sunday night was well attended and much enjoyed Miss Laura Brights solo A Dream cf Paradise was pleasant feature as was also the singing of Mrs H B Han ger Dr Dodge made some very beautiful remarks in behalf of Missions A nice collection for tha cause was taken up MATRIMONIALTAyLonBnooisThme of Mr IShelby Taylor and Mrs Nettie Brooksof Union City took place at time home of Mr JD Dozier in this city Thursday RevHogh McLellan per formin the ceremon- yMcQuEEi1ALTWilliani McQueen andMiss Allie Hall both of Clays Fury were married by Judge N Ii Tel pin last Thursday BIRTHS LAcoFonDMr and Mrs William A Langford are rejoicing in the arriv al of a finedaughter who put in her appearance Thursday March 1- 9PERSONAL Mrs Harriet Campbell is visitingin Shelbyville Miss Sue Scrivner is in Winchester visiting relatives Mrs Geo M Willging is at home from a visit to Lebanon Senator Tames B McCreary is at home from Washington Mr C E Woods was in Lawrence burg the first of the week Col J Stone Walker is afjle to be out after his recentsevere illness Mr R E L BigRerstaff is at home from a weeks visit to Mt Sterling Mrs Underwood of Corbin is visit lug her mother Mrs R E Mitchell Dr T Park Gardner ol Irvine spent last Thursday and Friday in the city Mr G W Pickels Jr spent from Friday until Monday with his parents Mr Emil Ilhardt of Nicholasville- f spent Sunday with Mr Louis Schlegel Mrs John W Arnold has returned from a visit to her parents in Mt Sterl tag Miss Mollio Fife is the pleasant guest of Mrs C E Smith in Lexing tonMr Littleton Rice of Cynthiana spent a few days last week with friends hereElise the little daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Smith Jr has been serious Iy illCapt T S Gibson of Virginia ic visiting his sons Drs H Rand W11 GibsonMrs Bettie Chenault of Lexington was a guest last week of Mrs George Judith Tudor and Mrs Sam Vaughn of Irvine were in the city Monday Mrs H G Turner who hits been se riously ill for the past two weeks is improvingMr of Bloomington Ill is a guest of Mrs Wilmore on High streetMiss Helen Baker of Nicholaaville was time truest of Mrs Boacham Lackey last week Mr Tom Luxou and sister Miss Elizabeth of Lexington were here WednesdayMrs Kellogg is in Lexington the guest of her parents Col and Mrs R C Morgan Mr Wm Simmons of Cincinnati has gone to Paris after a visit to Miss Bessie Turley Mr mind Mrs Irvine Prather of Lex ington spent Sunday mid Monday here with relatives Mrs J L Amsden of Versailles has been with Mix S N Moberly who harl been quite sick Mr E U Parrish came up Friday night from Tyrone to spend until Mon day with his family Mrs II H Lamport of Lexington has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Monio Prather Time Book Club was most delightful ly entertained on last Thursday after noon by Mrs D 11 Chenault Mrs Charles Arnold and little daughter El Louisa of GeorgHtoviu are guests of Mrs H G Turner Miss Lou Snowden who is attending school in Winchester tn been visiting hfr aunt Mrs Gott on Eat Main street Miss Julia higgins Is at home from at pleasant visit to relatives in Danville much to the delight of her many friends here Mr John Ballard and daughter Mits Alice of Lexington came over last week to attend the funeralof Mr Wm E Luxon Sr Misses Helen Bennett and Tillie Tribble returned lasi Thursday night from an extended visit to Fairhaven Washington Mrs John Phelps has returned to her home in the county after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Stephen D Gibson in Lexington Mrs William L Ambsler left yes terday for her home in Cincinnati attar spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs J D Dykes Mrs Fanni WHlging who has been visiting Mr and Mrs B S Itradshaw returned to her home in RIchmon Wednesday morning Lebanon Enter prise Mrs John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Ertill Francis have returned to Bourbon county after a few days with Mr and Mrs M M Miller on West Main street Mr and Mrs John W Turiey who ere visiting in Winchester will leave today for Louisville to attend a ban quet given by the Equitable Insurance Co for which Mr Turiey is local agent Major CF BiirriaKi went to Louis villa Monday to be present that night at n banquet given in honor of Prof Arthur Hadley ofYalo Major Bur neat will bear he detection of being r5t sprm Suits For Boys Our entire time and attention is devoted to boys and mens wearing appareland as a result we show by far the largest variety newest styles and best values in Madison county Among our Spring Suits for boys age 3 to 16 are the latest Sailor Norfolks 7 Norfolk Yokes Sailor Blouse 7 and Single and Double Breasted Suits df beautiful rich Casimeres Serges and Worsteds made to fit 3 It right by tailors skilled in the art of boys clothes making Prices are for Pine Suits 250 to 600 Cheaper Suits Down to 85 Gents For Older Boys tworkmanshipHats Caps Shirts Collars Ties etc for boys ofall ages and sizes Let us clothe tJYOUR boy f f f f f f f fj COVINGTON BANKS c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS =a Je- the oldest graduate present he having completed his course in Mrs Todd of Richmond Ky is in the city for a visit of two or three days to Mrs Lewis JKrazee on North Broad way Mrs fodd is quite a fumons needlewoman mind her embroideries are a treat to see She bus a collection with her done in Mount Mellick Iud other fine embroidery of stocks belts centerpieces shirt waist suits tray and piano covers all beautiful and stylish Lexington Leader Announcement We take pleasure in announcing to the Public shipmuentof Screened Block Coal from the new mines at Brush Creek Ky has begun as the railroad has been completed to the first mine This event is the result of years of ceaseless ef forts by someof our own citizens and we do not hesitate to say that you will find in this an ideal coal In it there is combined the two great qualities 1 3 eic10k a Q Saskc This coal is clean of slate anti dirt and is Large Block Coal Buy it and your coil bills will be reduced onethird to one half and you will always havo a fire all night Also Red Ash Jellico and Manchester coal Feed Etc Letcher Wilt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky White Vests 4are all the go Get in the swim We carry the largest and most complete line in Richmond Health Means Wealth Come and enjoy the excellent results derived from Physical LCulture Sure cure for Insomnia Indi gestion Constipation Nervous H ness J Curtis Adams Sijr Physical Director Studio over Crutcbers Shoe Store Telephone 122 New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWall Decoratiqus Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from 0 ct2 e sws Qeo M WlUging209 West Main Street Single Breasted Double Breasted Full Dress Custom Made Nothing Shoddy Prices 2OO to 400 0 MothitiIii f IMade to Ortitei I r Fit arltd satisfaction guaranteed Over J 000 samples to make your selections We guarantee to saie you from 1 to 5on every garments Ta era look at our show windows RJ EJlRNOLDMai i Street Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTCBSBTE IW MILLER A1ro ftNTATIW ligIj t1CTOCJ1r OQicc htfei iiUikBU 4 rulers National Bank lebsl jAS LZVeN ATTOBNEVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OftCc over State Bank Trust Coop posite Court House on Main Street J O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND IVKMIV OHiiie on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLawt RICHMOND KENTUCKY joyOffice over Taylor Bro Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORi AT LAW JUCHMOND KENTUCKY Ollioe In John Bennett1 old law office over Perry A Thomas drug store PSTSIOIANS DK5 GIBSON GIBSON IffYSICIANS AND SUKGEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OHwe m the Dr Hobson building M inStreet E C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Otljce Stouffer Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Vary place ou lirondway- iciiMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RlCMMOND KENTUCKY EO Vance DO 6 Mrs E OVance D Osteopathic WiliI PhysiciansSt- ate Bank Trust B Iff Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of OstheopAthy DENTAL SURGERY tT 1aItt1 t tOUSOt DENTIST OF LOOISVILLB KY v Office next door to Government Building lebmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to J21 to navITly M Blanton DENTIST E i OQceiu Bennett Building lJ4Bly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 8 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ATTfNTION We have moved onr produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother 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 29janIv RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup t System JI It is given out that the Agricultural Department of the government will make ex periments in the South to breed featherless chickens A chi mien process will be used The same department has made successful experi ments in breeding clean pigs The next thing will be hair less dogs and tailless horses That department is an enter prising factor and more money ought to be voted for its use so it can continue its beneficial labors Fish ought to be scaleless and hogs nose less so they cant rootEx change TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ff Veare pleased it is on sale at tostatethatIplaces in Arbuckle Simmons B chmond Searcy Hamilton Waco O Flnnel Rfd Honse J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin John ltapp Newby Burton Roberts Ruthton J WTeater Edenton J W Preltt Cottonburg L A Wrarren PAint Lick- Wallacetonic McWharter DIckner Early Berea JTCoy KirVsTille Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WI can do what is right with regard to the test and the made to till the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for tlassps hot of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are- romptlyexecuted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30J1 ly STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine ITAMl4aD Oumlo LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONt SewingMaclilnea stitch Two machines In one Rnn aq silent as the ticking of a watch Rnn onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor OurStandard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work andball bearincs is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 rears can not be equalled for the money We also manufact ure upCallbe SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24W7thst Cincinnati 0 8mo CliMAX t A YEAR CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA R1 H- Eastern Combines the Advantages of ServiceWith the Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Colorado New Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the Pacific Coast RQcklsiantl GLASSES convic- edARBUCME GULF WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS II 7 PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM 8LEEPINS CARS CARII iOUCM MFiMM CE9LLIPTL ciNfkL c UWt kg MIMM jcj WJ bdliij The Sun Under Orders Prior to the lastsolar eclipse the colonel of a German regi mentof infantry sent for his sergeants andobserved There will be an eclipse Of the sun tomorrow The regiment will meet on the parade grounds in undress I will come and explain the eclipse before drill If the day is cloudy the men will meet in the drill shed as usual Whereupon the sergeant drew up the following order of the day Tomorrow morning by order of the colonel there will be an eclipse of the sun The regiment will assemble on parade ground where the colonelwill come andsuperin tend the eclipse in person If the sky is cloudy the eclipse will take place in the drill shed It Saved His Leg- P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his lee but writes that 3ucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For ulcers wounds piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all druggist Itn PREPARATIONS are being made in the city of Antwerp Belgium to hold a universal exposition of printingand the kindred arts in the year 1905 This will be to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the publication of the first news paper The honor of issuing the first regular newspaper was awarded Abraham Ver hoeven of Antwerp who in 1605 obtained a concession from the Archduke Albert and the Archduchess Isabelle Before that time brief bulle tins of different events offi cial announcements market quotations etc had been is sued irregularly In 1705 the first German paper appeared The first paper in the Dutch language was printed in 1617 and in the English language in 1622 and the French in 1641 The old building in Antwerp where Verhoeven had his office is still standing and his type and presses have been preserved The differ ent nations of the world will be invited to participate in the coming exposition in 1905 and will be expected to show the best samples of everything that pertains to the art of printing Gov Durbin vetoed the bill passed by the Indiana Legis lature to provide for a statue of George Rogers Clark to be placed in one of the India na niches in Statuary Hall at Washington Gov Durbin declared that there was a cloud on Clarks patriotism he having expressed contempt for the United States Government and a illingness to join the army of Spain Gov Durbin further declared that Clark was not a citizen of Indiana and that his own State had repudiated him The general deficiency bill carries an appropriation of 5000 to pay for the death of two Italians who got mixed up in a Mississippi lynching affair And we are still im porting Italians The victims of the St Louis getrichquick mill are out just about1000000j yet they blame the officials who put the concern out of business rath er than the men who robbed them We notice that none of the Republican orators dwell upon the fact that Abraham Lincoln did not run away from the promises thatwere placed in the platforms upon which he was elected to office Graceful women A Dwlra for a Pertiet Figure Is InstftraM frau a Lou ot the BtautHol The scent of the violet or rose is aa ebreathenjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent Messing The soft fragrance purityhca1throodtasteandanunerringbadge BRADFIELDSFemale Regulatoria regulating the In woman peTunIa jo wrinkles pale cheeks or isNaturesvoodbutresultTryOutretie4 Da Wi dfRe THE IAPNiL MoIJ We Want a- BWGHTBOY to workaftet I I Any boy who reads this ad- Tertbement can start in L husinesson his own account selling The Saturday Evening Post No money re quired He can- heglnnextweeK Many boys make over 5 a weeK Some are maKing 15 THE work can bt done after schoolIand on Saturdays to us at once and we will send full Instructions and 10 copies of the maga sine free These are sold at 5 cents a copy and provide the necessary money to order the next weeks sup ply at the wholesale price 22500 in cash prizes next month TilE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY 465 Arch Street Philadelphia L The farmer who can sell an article from his farm without taking from the land any of its fertilizing elements is sure to make a profit if the cost of the labor is not too heavy When fat is stored on an animal or butter is a product the soil loses none of its fertility as all of the starchsugarand fat on the farm comes from the air Plants absorb carbonic acid gas and give off oxygen through the agency of their leaves and it is carbon in the plants which finally becomes converted into butter lard etc Record of The Past No Stronger Evidence Can be Produced Look well to their record What they have done many times in years gone by is the best guarantee of future results Anyone with a bad back any reader suffering from urinary troubles from any kidneys ills will find in the following evidence proof that relief and cure is near at hand Mr 011 Myers the well known shoemaker of Winchester avenue and 14th street Ashland Ky says Deans Kidney Tills are like true friends the oncer yon know them the better they are appreciated I can add nothing to the statement I first made in 1S9G after I procured the remedy at the Ventura Drug Co and took n course of the treatment which cured me I was absolutely free from all backache for near sllihticheA box of Doans Kidney Pills disposed of it I have recommended this remedy to many and have neve heard of one who did not endorse the claims made for it For sale b all dealers Price 50c- FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the U S Remember the name Doans and take no substituto 1m Owing to the protests of ministers in Lexington the contracts of all the men who had been engaged to play on the Lexington team of the Sunday Baseball League have been conceled and the club disbanded Mexican bandits held up and robbed a stage coach in Arizona killed the driver and six passengers including two prominent Mexican women and a wealthy ranch owner and then rifled the bodies Coal oil will have to take another rise Safe blowers in Atlanta cracked the safe of the Standard Oil Companys office and secured 500 in money and 2000 in checks There was a general fight at Ashland between nonunion steel workers and sympathi zers with the strikers Several shots were fired butno one sustained serious injury Citizens and officers of Sal ida Col are searching the countryfor two smooth wind lers who worked the banks there for 3300 on forged checks Great massmeetings at Manchester Dundee Birm ingham and Liverpool were addressed by Irish members of Parliament who discussed the land act New York and Canadian capitalists are trying to buy the stpte penitentiary at Ha vana the idea being to turn it into a milliendollar hotel Foreign capitalist are preparing to spend 1000000 de veloping Tennessee copper workings The mines will be opened along the Jellico river Clyde Keller a guardshot and killed Ed Weaver asigall pox patient who was trying to escape from duress at Rud clels Mills Bourbon county By the use of an invention of a younKSoutherner aniim ber of young children who have been deaf from birth were enabled to hear Dmmbston rJs 1 John P Moore tu Tiffs against WPI3axtertt flits Notice if Sale In Equity By virtue ofa iindguient and Order of Sale of the Madiipn Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1003 in the abovH style cause the un dersigned will oil Monday April 6 03 About the hour of 1 oclock p m at the Court Hous4 door In Richmond Madison cvnnty Ky being April County Ciinrt Ddy proceed to expose to Public vile to ithc highest and best bidder th TolUlwinj described pro perty vizAll That Certain Lot or Parcel of Lapd situated in Richmond Madison omnty Ky at the corner of B and Walnut streets the same being bounded on the north by J W Prather on the Piuth bj Walnut street on the cast by lot of J H Powell and on the west by U street and said lot being more fully describe in Deed Hook No 40 pane 283 tf the Madison County Court Clirks rffice to which reference In lieriiby matte Said lot fronts 50 feet and runs back or equal wMth 180 feLt Or a sulllcieut quantity thereof to produce the InnJf 129343 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereo- fTEItI1SSahewill be made on credit of six and twelve months equal ly The purchaser will be required to give builds with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the furce mid effect of a judg ment bearing legal interest from day ol sale with a Lira reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT M C M C C Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J len Rillartl deceased are required to present same properly ver ified on or before May 1st or same wilt be barred Mrs L B HENDERSON mr 18 4t Administratrix Inspection Costs NotMnf Come in when you are passirg our store never mind whether you think yon want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always lave something new and interesting to show and inspection costs nothing f L E LANE A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all Itiduey and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emitsions weak and lame back rheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent hr mall on secelpt of SI One small botle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 HOT 629 St Lotus Mo Send for testimorials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K HEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St JouiaMoDear- Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great DIscov cryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan lr JonxA RIDDED Joe D Powers a young white man tried to extermi nate a whole family near New Market Ala He wounded five persons Nearly Forfeits His Life- A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible nicer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied ill doctors and all remedies But Buchlens Arnica Salvo had no trouble to o are him Equally good for burns bruit es skin eruptions and piles 25cat all drug stores 1m The courtof appeals affirmed the deqth sentence imposed in the case of John Black cO- lored in the Jefrerson circuit court 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first one Eery one we Lave sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think wo can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 2a 4m Arbuckle Simmons FINE TRAINS 9 FLORIDA Florida Linked Chica go and Florida Special Superb Pullman Serv ice without change from jOhiiJago Indianapolis Cincinnati and Louisville to Jacksonville dud Sfc Augustine Ova Soxvenxv TaXV IDa ac- testc tiThese trainsjare the Pin est and Fastest in the Southland arry dining ears Obseitatin cars SleepersCOthpartmer Club cars For handsomely illustrated litel tur descriptive of Flof idii th I Cuban Resorts FYllfterR etcaddress a ent of the Southern rai vay oi1 KyGLouisville LoursHBS lL Free Medical H Advice to Women AII letters ConflkrzaaEvery sick and ailing wontsa Every young jlrl who Barters moathly Every womaa who Is approaching maternity Every woman who feels that life is a harden Every womaa who has tried all other mesas to regale healtk whitest xaeceic Every woman who Is going through that critical Use the change of life b invited to write to Mrs Pinkhaa Lyan Mass la regard to her trouble sad the most expert advice telllag exactly how to obtala a CURE will ba seat Ole lately free of cost The one thing that qualifies a person to give advice on any subject Is experience experience creates knowledge- No other person has so wide an experience with female ills nor such a record of success as Mrs Pinkham has had Over a hundred thousand cases come before her each year Some personally others by maiL And this has been going on for twenty years day after day and day after day Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus gained I Surely women are wise in seeking advice from a woman with such an experience especially when it is free Mrs Hayes of Boston wrote to Mrs Pinkham when she was in great trouble Her letter shows the result There are actually thousands of such letters In Mrs Plnkhama possession femaJatroublesfibroid tumor I cannot sit down without great pain and the soreness extends up my spine I havo bearing down pains both back and front My abdomea dreadfullyswollengood I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor in little b001caceuratel 25DudleyDEAR Mns Pixxniii I wrote to you describing my symptoms anti carefullrforThe use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound togethar strengthenedYour Vegetable Compound is worth five dollars a drop I advise allwomen who are afflicted with tumors or any female trouble to write you for StBostonMrs Hayes will gladly answer any and all letters that may b addressed to her asking about her illness and how Mrs Pinkham helped her 5000FORFEIT If wteumot forthwith prodne tha origitl lttr ind ilfn toi el which gnninnessLydia C Lynn SlaM When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly as pos sible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pick up dollars but we can assure ycu that buying jewelry of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true If L E LAKE A WORD TO FARM TOILERS PAINES CELERY COMPOUND The Home Friend of the Farmer and His Family After the labors and toils of the summer time and harvesting of crops in the early autumn many of our tanners their wives daughters and sons find themselves inII condition of health demanding careful attention if suffering experiencekidneyliver is torpid there is biliousness nausea and vomiting with loss of appetite and depression of spirits Thousands who have been exposed to cold dampwinds and rains while toiling in the harvest fields now feel the twinges of terrible rheumatism others run down by worry overwork and irregular dieting are dyspepsiaTo and half dead men and women in farm homes we recommend with all honesty and confidence Compoundtherestore strength to the weak body and vigor to the muscles Paines Celery Compcund tones the stomach it removes poisonous acids from the blood which cause rheumatism it feeds the weak and diseased nerves and banishes neuralgic tortures it purifies the blood and gives true vitality and life The use of Paines Celery Compound in autumn means the estab fishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand the rigors of a severe win- terDIAMONDDYES ThCTCOas well as drtacs No other dyes equal DU nererdisappointWe have a special department of advice and dyeingSendDirection book and 45 dyed samples tree DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt The United States Steel Corporation has announced its plan for converting 200 000000 worth of 7 per cent preferred stock into an 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