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IET TiI J IT ch 1 J i L t ttti ioi PW j r RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME r t C 1 j 1RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1903 NUMBER 1 PHONE 80ic c 1 Everything c P 1iIf I y +In Fall Goods r eAT THE e CASH STORE iIS BRAN NEW k tThis being our first fall season for business in your p city bur stock fall stuff in every line is entirely new We have no old goods to selU The latest things in Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams Percales Etc T 4 iare arriving daily and we take pleasure in showing I Our c Stock Of J 8 RiD find Winter Shoes Hats are all complete7in we are crowded in these lines we are- willing to exchange bargains lor space If you in these lines dont fail to see us before making your choice Any purchase from us means you will send your nelghbffiand friends to see us tkat they too may learn to be wise and buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Kyh 7F Jl N 7it g 75 14 7 fi 1 ffi N V 7F ffi 7 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Readings etc Just received new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up j Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Lead etc Largest stock to select from f re es I Qeo M West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad Special Low October 20 1903 36 Louisville to California 14 J8 LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans return Tackson Miss and return Vicksburg return and intermediate points Houston Texas return Beaumont Texas Lake Charles La andreturn intermediate points Proportionate rates from other points Only liiu rumiiny throiij h COlIIIHIteeltXII1Isil11 Sleeptrs L itis d t Ie to California New Mexico Arizona nd Texas Oneway in effect on third Tuesday in descriptive mitter the Springs and circu larsr descriptive lnids in tae South and through to nearest raiirotd agent or address l W D P Banking on practical painter says you can bank on Pa ttons SunProof Paint because saves cost of at least one painting every five years The 1 banks on it because it gives him a reputation Paftgn s jfflPjt 1 F 7I7r tI of you and fact and White 209 Rates Points and and and andreturn and pPrs1iI1V Tire fin Irw and flAil iidt ri p Hntijs first ami each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas F r Polder mid of of tickets apply IIARLOW A- Louisville Ky it the painter fIf1 is made in exact proportions of the most durable materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is the best spread ing longest wearing paint and has the most brilliant and lastitg colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book at Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO LakcStaMIIwaukiWI- SFORSALEI3Y 1 George M Willging Points Wall Paper Glass 11 IE C DRUG STORE HUSTLING Clothing ml needsomething lACKEY HAMILTON StripesTngTains Willging Paint WINES II Announcements FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W It Attoryare authorized to announce R II ynbJecRBHACKKLFORDtorney Qf M ulison connty IUbJect to the action of the Democratic IaryJ- oOR SHERIFF WIIDemocratIcWe are authorized to announce B B Million subjectFOR JAILER PERKtNMMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D O QRIOasas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of tile Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ttto the action of the Dehicatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer bf Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic ere authorized to announce PETER O PA liUISIt a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the emocraUc are authorized to announce ANDERSON IAKES of Speedwell us a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action r the Democratic idy We are authorized to announce J B KENNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison umnty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized o announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison Ionnty subject to the action of the Cemocrat Ic Party s e are authorized to announceJJRPARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R B TER RILl Jit a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tile action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We ore authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schoola of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAND candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Asrexsor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assewor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party seen Eight cents a pound ia what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve poundsin weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay mote some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT BOWNE CHEWtS1SC 409 Pearl Street New York SC and ioo all druggists =0 aUu A GOLD IN OXS DAT akerLaxat1ve Bromo QniaiBe Tablet ill druggists refund the mosey Hit tails to cure E W GroT si aatare a on each box 25cente Interesting Kentucky Items TO BURN THE TOWN Attempts Were Twice Made In Silt Lick KyFell Losses Owlngsvllle Ky Sept 23At SltLick the merchandise store of W J Fell Son of Plttsburg and four rest dences were destroyed by fire The loss is 15000 with 9000 Insurance Fells loss will amount to 10000 with 8000 insurance The fire originated In the store and Is supposed to have been caused by Incendiaries On August 15 the lumber mills and warehouses belonging to Fell were set on Ore and destroyed causing a loss of 35000 with no Insurance There Is much excitement In Salt Lick over the Iwo attempts to burn the town Felts mills and store were Salt Licks prin cipal industries The Fells are nw In Plttaburg JEFFREYS HELL RAIDED Pretty Girl Led Revenue Officers to Her Fathers Still Middlesboro Ky Sept 23 Lewis Garrett and Jason Butler of Monroe county Tenn were placed under ar rest by H C Hart and other revenue officers who destroyed two stills and about 1000 gallons of liquor Miss Nancy Garrett guided the reve nue officers to her fathers still and seemed to enjoy seeing the copper cut up She said she was tired of the strain caused by the moonshine busi ness The girl Is young and pretty The place where the raid was made Is called Jeffreys HelL Died Suddenly in Jail Covington Ky Sept 23Last Frl day morning Patrick Kiley a porter called at police headquarters and ask ed Night Lieut Rlemeyer to lock up for safekeeping Kiley hImI have been drinking considerable wa sattended by Jail Physician Guy Eckman Kiley was believed murh Improved Tuesday morning and In tho afternoon his condition grew worse and later he expired Kipling Leaves Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky Sept 23KIp ling Warren countys fastest and known horse was shipped to bestI fairs In Ohio and Wet Virginia He will wind up at the Lexington falf where he is entered In four races Kipling Is the property of L W Hay don and Saturday won the 218 trot here In last time Given 21 Years For Manslaughter Frankfort Ky Sept 23Geo Dean- S round guilty of manslaughter in the Franklin circuit court Tuesday and sentenced to confinement in tho state penitentiary for 21 years On Christmas night 1902 he shot and kill ed Ed Adams after Adams had cut his Deans throat They had quarreled about a woman Billings String of Horses Lexington Ky Sept 23 Through a telegram for stable room sent here by C K G Bflllngs It is made known that he will move his string of fast horses from Cleveland to this city next Saturday at the close of the mat inee races in the city on the lake next Saturday afternoon Appointed Chief Clerk Louisville Ky Sept 23 William Alfred Kelland formerly assistant general passenger agent of the Illinois apPointIedelsco railroad with headquarters In St Louis loses With a Banquet Ml Sterling Ky Sept 23The state peace officers meeting closed here Tuesday night with a banquet after an interesting session One hun dred members attended The next meeting will be held In Lexington on the second Tuesday in April 1904 Demand For Snails In Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 23It is evi dent that Louisville is becomtng a good market for snails Another con slgnment arrived for local fruit denl ers The snails came from Sicily this time the two former consignments having been shipped from Italy Death of a WellKnown Mall Clerk Newport Ky Sept 23W H Han over 54 a veteran mail clerk died Tuesday morning at his home 318 feast Eighth street For 30 years Mr Hanover has been employed a rail way mail clerk in the service between Cincinnati and Nashville Good Well Brought In Monticello KyK Sept 23The Ken tucky Colonels Co brought In the Jones No 2 Tuesday at 464 feet It is believed to be as good as the famous Jones No 1 It is 380 feet west of the latter and has the same sand and oIL Jewish New Year In Newport Newport Ky Sept 23TbeHe brews of Newport and vicinity held their New Years religious services Tuesday at Odd Fellows hall The hall was well filled all day with the religiously inclined of that denomination Arranging For a Reunion Lexington Ky Sept 23A move mont Is on foot to arrange for a reunion in this city of the 160th Indiana regiment and the Third Kentucky which camped here together during the SpanishAmerican war GooGoo Eyes Matched Lexington Ky Sept 23Young Dobbs who knocked out Buchanan Monday night was matchedtb Jim Fields of Cincinnati better tinownl as GooGoo Eyes to take this city October 12 A Purgative Pleasure- If you eVtr took Da Witts Little Ear ly Risers for biliousness or constipation you know wbat a purgativeIleattur- eIsfhese famous cleanse the liverand rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant efFects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tie sues and organs involved W H Howell of Houston Texas says No bet LIttIILEarlyRlsers etc Sold by E C Wines lm A Bangor Me man has two tons ofhoney for the market this year Ke has 67 colonies of busy trees working for him What ic Life In the last analysis nobody knows lint we do know that Itis aader strict law Ahnsd that law even slightly pain results Irrejtulnr living RBB derangement of the orane remlting fc constipation beiujacbtiol liver troubte Dr 1 ins New Life Pilla qafekly readjust IbU ItBgentl yet thorough Only 25o at all drugstores jia HE RAVES FOR LIFE Doomed Murderer Bites at His Chains Felnlng Insanity Marking Ky Sept 24ClIfton Branham wife murderer to be hanged it Wise C H W Va Friday is again feigning insanity In the hope that he may cheat the gallows Branham IS shalned to the Jail floor and bites and maps like a wild animal at every one who comes near him He has not ta ken food for several days The death watch has been placed over Branham and the execution will take place at the time appointed Hundreds of people from all over Eastern Kentucky will witness his death- WORKMEN BURNED Their Clothing Ignited From a Burn Ing Gas Well Lexington Ky Sept 24 Montlcel io Ky well No2 of the Kentucky Colonel Oil Co gushed 20 feet high Tuesday night and the accumulation of gas caught fire from an engine boiler Wednesday morning and burned three men- Thomas Marsh driller and A B Adams rigbullder were perhaps fatal ly burned The rig was destroyed The fire was extinguished by driving a packer in the welL Dr Duncans Position Louisville Ky Sept 24The removal of Miss Alice Gaggfffrom the position of superintendent of the hospital training school resulted Wednes day In the notification by the board of safety to Dr Ellis Duncan that ho would either have to resign or elso be removed from his position as super intendent Orderlies Hayes Baker and Scanlend have also been removed It is said that other removals will be made by the board ot public safety Cat Adopted Young Polecats Petersburg Ky Sept 24Warren Tobin killed a polecat near his home that had several young skunks with her which made their escape Tues day he found his house cat soundly sleeping in her usual place in tho pantry and huddled at her side were tour young polecats that she had adopted The youngsters seemed contented with their newfound mother and she seemed as devoted as It they wero her own offspring Poisoned Himself Scottsvllle Ky Sept 24E W Fraylack died in the Cassady hotel here Wednesday from poison taken with shicidal Intent Xtf Fraylack foreman for R P Manley of Atlanta tla contractor for the new Allen bounty courthouse and Bryan building In this place He left a lottersaylng that he had lost all he had The roo mains will be shipped to Dalton Ga Young Girl Seeks a Divorce Covington Ky Sept 24Lena Fahrubell a girl only 14 years of age brought suit Wednesday in the cir cuit court at Newport for divorce from Jcseph Fahrubell The suit was brought for her by her father John Brausch and is the result of a young girls romantic marriage without the consent of her parents Railway Sued For 15000 Damages Harrodsburg Ky Sept 24 Eugene Coomer has filed suit in tho Mercer circuit court for 16000 against the Southern Railway Co for damages Plaintiff claims that he purchased a firstclass ticket to Louisville that tho train he was on was wrecked and that he was badly Injured Prominent Attorney Quietly Married 24RamseyWashington ty attorney of Campbell county it was learned Wednesday was married about two months ago to Miss Ida May Hurtt of Plketon O The wedding was celebrated in Parkersburg W Va Cattle Trader Died Suddenly Frankfort Ky Sept 24Mack Sal yers aged about 60 years a cattle trader and well known in this and adjoining counties died suddenly of apoplexy He was in apparent good health a half hour before when he lay down for an afternoon nap Became Violently Insane Bellevue Ky Sept 24 Frank B Drury 45 became violently demented at his home at 120 Van Voast avenue this city Wednesday night and after threatening to kilt his wife and child had to be removed to the Newport jail for safekeeping Red Men Preparing For Carnival Harrodsburg Ky Sept 24Passy unk Tribe of Red Men are at work in the interest of and In arranging for their big street fair and powwow to begin October 12 and to continue six days A very large attendance Is expected Postmaster Commits Suicide Paducah Ky Sept 24H H Whit ty postmaster at Banflana Ballard county committed suicide by shoot ing himself He left a family and was well to do No cause was assigned tot the act He was 61 years old Capt Thomas Ferrlll Dead Richmond Ky Sept 24Capt Thos Ferrlll one ot the bestknown citizens of Madison county died at his home at Union City Wednesday aged 72 years Gen Bates In Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 211IajGen John C Bates who is to command at the West Point maneuvers arrived in Louisville Wednesday morning from Chicago So far this yearSt Louis streetcars have killed 56 persons Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin and Blood Diseases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which eflectually cured an eating cancer cf the nose and face The sores nealed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of oases of cancer eating sores suppurating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among other Mrs H M Guerney War riot Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw M beef with offensive dis charge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but rit failed Blood Balm hl the sores and Mn Gner ney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching bu more scabs and scales bone pains ul cers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all QdtroubJes Im proves the digestion strengthens weik kidnevs DrucrRUts per large hot tie with complete directions for home ears Stwpto fDIi prepaid by ritinBl11D Co Atlanta Oa Deecrim trouble and ip cUl medical advice seal in waled letter lm A PRAIRIE STATE BOYS Young Illinoisans Prepare Great Worlds Fair Exhibit COMMISSION HAS A FUND OF 250000 CorniHalf Months LonrA Great States Resources At tractlvely Shown Ten thousand ambitious Illinos farmer boys are Industriously tending 10000 tracts of ground and are raisng crops of corn the choice of which will make up a wonderful Worlds Fair ex hibit at St Louis next year Prizes aggregating 3000 have been offered to the boys who produce the best corn and every farmer boy in Illinois was privileged to enter the contest The capital required was 5 cents In cash about oneeighth of an acre of ground and energy The State Board Of Agriculture furnished each boy for the consideration of 5 cents with 500 grains of white corn of the best grade This corn was to be plant ed on a tract of ground that was to be tended by the boy alone The choicest ears are to be selected from eacb boys crop and the 10000 samples to consti tute Illinois exhibit of boygrown corn at the Worlds Fair Another corn exhibit of keen Interest will be that of the Illinois Corn Breeders Association In the northern part of Illinois there are eight folds of corn These eight fields represent MARiON fi TAYLOR Chairman Committee on Exhibit of Ken tucky Whiskies Kentucky Exhibit Association the eight pure and distinct varieties Scientific agriculturists claim that In order to keep the corn pure the vari eties must be segregated and that If any two of the pure varieties are plante4 In adjoining fields the wind will carry hc jlien from one fied to another and In cw course of a short lime the two varieties will los their characteristics and become identical With its 400 miles of length Illinois Is enabled to make an unrivaled fruit display When the Worlds Fair opens April 30 1904 strawberry growers from the extreme southern part of the state In Egypt as southern II Inols is termed will show as fine strawberries as can be grown In any setlon In the world The berry belt extends north for 400 mites and on the first of July Illinois will still be showing fine berries harvested in the northern tier of counties Thus every day for a season of more than two months il- linois will display fresh strawberries grown within her borders Cold stor age may add another two weeks to this remarkable record Following strawberries will come raspberries blackberries cherries plums peaches pears and apples In the latter fruit Illinois claims great distinction Clay county is one of the most famous apple counties in the world and the yield there year after year Is enormous In every county in the state apples are considered a reli able crop but Clay county is in a class by herself Every day during the Exposition Illinois will have fresh fruit put on the tables of the Palace of Hor ticulture Important as are her agricultural and horticultural resources they are by her dairying and livestock industries Illinois win take A prominent part in the model dairy to be installed in the Agricultural Build- Ing F D Coburn Chief of the Live Stock Department for the exposition Is reported as having said that if the live stock department contained no exhibits other than those of Illinois the displays would compare favorably with those made by the world at any previous International exposition Illinois has a Worlds Fair fund of 250000 at her disposal Her state building wilt be one of the handsomest on the plateau of States and will cost about 75000 It stands on high ground and a broad veranda surrounding the building on all sides will form the lower tier of a pyramid Gigantic statues of Lincoln and Grant will flank the main entrance and on each side of the drum of the dome will stand great sculpture groups symbolical of agriculture and other industries What is true of Illinois may be said of many of the other states Jo be rep resented at the Worlds Fair The plans of the Kentucky Exposition As sociation only contemplate an expend iture of 100000 but with that sum It can make a display that will equal many of Illinois exhibits and excel others of hers Citizens of the state should not hesitate further to make their contributions to the fund Diphtheria sore throat croup In- Stant relief permanent cure pro Thorn as Eclectric oil At any drugstore A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for IS miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and coldBt W H Brown leesville hid endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief nnd soon cured him writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pnen monla bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless mbrit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c anti 1 Trial bottles free at all drugstores lm A tumbler cet8biMtinocldo poet office boxesh8llbeR inyelited ioc times prone to low their keys Two millions of Londons inbabitats- never go teefaBreb StalikMf w tba IM70 WttM wIe erstInPraao M year COR MAIN FIRST in with ers and I you more and you fit br and and a at you in and let over a Seven Minion sold in D B Iihacke Cord sell both power feed cutters fodder and with or with out blowers also hand and power corn shelters the farmers pay to this class of saving ad vices tt TO Lodge I+ + PTickets will be sold 18 19 and 20 Good to 28 of to 3 1003 3 Solid Trains Daily Dining Cars Room and Cars AT D C Deer Park and Mrt For rates time of trains car call on nearest Agent or address o P G P A We on at all a of from the new mines that are being a Brush Ky and not to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal I bills nearly the same limo U Red Ash Jellico and other 9 are still in and a shar of We V Yard P r Busy Bee Store I Outfitters to Kv People WISE who Cool in Septem ber He has a assortment to select from and he gets wear for the same beingtheIts the old story of the early birds How wiser then the man who confines his selection to A Suit is a perfect of art The design the ma the the gener al being with the specific view of to the use is to be putor business This picture is intended to show the veJylat Qeilatice Sock the new three button double breasted cut square effect collars the latest pegtop natty suit the best dressed young fellows are wearing We Them at fi Is Clothing tailoring favorite FallAttire clinging A merchant tailor would charge give no better quality not as ranch style keep you waitin week or ten days We have other for other men other prices Before buy your FALL SUIT drop us talk it I D Oldham Outfitters to Particular People Richmond Kentucky Cold in One Take Bromo Tablets I boxes post 12 months This Signature Co handand shredders shuckers great attention labor HALF RATES Baltimore1Maryland VIA 5 jACCOUNr Sovereign Grand oofor alt Trains September returnlnx September with privilege extension October Elegant Vestibuled Coaches jPullman Drawing Observation Sleepers STOPOVERS Washington Mt Lake Park Oakland sleeping Reservations etc your Ticket MCCARTY Cincinnati Ohio keep hand times good supply Creek Coal operated Creek do hesitate onehalf At giving perfect Satisfaction Also grades Coal Feed lime Sand Cement Etc th- eIbSS solicit your Guarantee Polite andProlnptS- ervice and Good WeightJ letcher Witt Coal and Warhou- sej142 100ilY Arid Cash Particular Richmond Man buys Weather larger longer feast much is September SchlossHand Tailored Clothes SchlossMade expression tile terials honest workmanship effect chosen adaptability it dress clerical The close trousers shouldI Have besides styles W Co To Laxative Quinine Brush IWe patronage f = lO Iineverybox25cj e BigUiif Coarc ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coalir Iw J4+++ ++ 4 ++++ + +++++ ++ ++++ ttI A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary I Jw grate without any attention t of +++t V J IP3 e3 MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row Buys The 15 Cure Day SKINS f Fr further information address General Passenger Agents Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb sto k of I qt tt St 5- 9DFY Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces H tnburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction IVhite iilibstll1l c cond1FTHND CYL f IfS SS SSSS SSS SSSS S S S S S SSSSS S S SSs es s ss s ssss e s sss ees s s e s sess s ss sess S t S u a E Schools Shoes s S 0 I s The Schools have open Your boy or girl will needt A fa t Good Strong Shoes That will Stand Wear s ae I E We have the largest assortment ofthe best I School Shoes to be found in the city Bring your I children here and have them fitted Our prices o are very reasonablet l IIe E t S I Call in and see our Line of Ladies and Mens Fine ShoeshI S IS CRUTCIIER s 11 Ar TRIBBLE 0 s S S ssdss 0 S sesssssssesssolIS 0 1 he Richmond Climax C CIIENAULT President D 1IILEREdltor Manager WEDNESDAY SEPT 30 1903 rUBLlallKUIVCKY WHDNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON ABALTUS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCIIER Ot Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITEC- ONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To B Voted On at thi November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution of KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro Tide for taxation for municipal pur pose on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class ehall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on euch property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water neatlntj Jteiapbone telegraph electric lijkt or electric piar com vuany STATK OF CITY TOLEDO 88IucASl RANK J CHENEY makes oath that lie idwnior partnnr of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in tlin city ol Toledo county and State aforn Biiil niul that said firm will nay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOlLARS for each and every cas of tatarrh that cannot be cured bv the of Hulls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this Oil day of Decem ber A D 1886 A W GLEASON 1 SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nail anti acts Iirtctlyuli the Mood ant mucous surfaces of the wstem Send fur testimonials free F J OHENKY AfX Toledo 0 Sold by all DriicelstK 75c Haiia Kami v Pills are tht host C f8rowerCo LBXINUTON KY r 1 WallPaper Talk Perfct satisfaction in buying Wall Paper can only be had where the as sortment is large the designs varied and the prices right Such a per fect combination we have toofferyouWe everything it Color Design and Grade and we will aid you in making selections that will harmonize with your color interior decorations CfBrower Co11 MAIN AND BROADWAY KyY n Memorable Occasion Reunion of Mexican War Veleans The sweet church bells are pealing out a chorus loud and free And everything rejoices for the glorious vic tory Dut he In earliest manhood has sadly passed away And now in deAth is sleeping on the field of Monterey The battle scarred and grizzled veterans of the Mexican War held their annual reunion here last Thursday How rev remain of that gallant host of Ken iiickiuns who went forth to war in 184GM7 A mern haiulfull Nearly sixty years have flown since the youths of M5 shouldered their muskets and marched to Mexico hut still there re nmin in the United States about three thousand of those heroes bent with are hut upright in the consciousness of lives well spent Some of the veterans arrived here a day in advance of the reunion Others came at noon Thursday and were compelled to return home on the after noon train Still others remaiued and visited frien Is in this county At one oclock led by United States Senator James B McCreary and the President ot the Kentucky Association of Mexican War Veterans Col John G Crad dock oi Paris the veterans their fami lies and prominent citizens to the paraded4ownHere about seven hundred people assembled and listened to the magnificent Address of Welcome by Jon James B McCreary to whom the major part of ihe credit is due for the success of the reunion lie was tireless in his efforts to give ihe veterans a reception worthy of them and of cur historic county Elsewhere appears Senator McCrearyV speech Its delivery was punctuated with applause and elicited warm praise from till especially on the part nf the veterans many of whom shed tears durinir the Senators graphic story ot the hardship and trials and glorious victories of the armies of Taylor and Scott Col Craddncks speech was well worth going mile to hear It was full f humorous incidents and kept the crowd in uproarious laughter Gov Bob Taylor neve1 made so many hits in short pne The audience was carried aay Col Craddocks neech as it hall been by the masterly historical address of Senator McCreary Following the speeches came the hug banquet at the Hotel Glyndon Plates IIIJ been laid for seventyfive to include the wives and dexcnndants of the veterans and it is due Host Iorzclius to state that uo better or mure mii able menu was ever set before the veterans of any war After dinner this entire party were escorted tn thu KHV Opera House where a special performance Old Folks Con cert was liven in honor of the visi till About thirty ladies such gentle men in ye olde bIkes costumes gave a perleclly deliuhtlul exhibition Every song and recitation was half a century old and elicited loud applause Mrs Samuel Bennett rendered Santa Annas Ketreat Miss Bert recited Father By ms Furl Not That Banner and Mr treen Ttirley played his old time fiddle like a boy of sixteen A doznn other numbers by the talented ladies and performancethe reunion Many had already returned home Several remained over to depart en the morning trains of Fri day Others still were taken to the homes of friends in the county where they were hospitably entertained Among those present we noticed Win F Bond of Lawrencebur born Sept 28 182G Co K 2 Ky cpm manded by Capt John H McBrayer CuI McKee Lt Col Henry Clay both of whom were killed in battle Mr Bond is the wealthiestand most influ tisi hilt withal the most retiring and nnasmimini citizen ol Anderson count beloved by all who know him Wm Penrose Couuorof Owtnpsville horn 1828 Co G3rd Ky Col 11 V Thompson Also Captain of Mounted Riflemen Co F with John Morgan when he was killed Capt Connor has been Circuit Clerk of Bath county since 1874 Capt Connors beautitul daughter was with him sharing the love and admiration heaped upon her venerable father Josiah Pence born Apr 20 1826 near Liberty Mo came to Ky in 1851 residence Kichplasville Co C lot Missouri Volunteers Col AW Doni phan Jacob Creath Robinson and wife Harrodaburp born Feb 1829 2d Ky Co F McKees regiment Also in Co H8th Ky dukes Regiment C S A Wm Garnett PrewitLof Horae Cave born here in 1825 Corporal Co H 1st Ky Cavalry Capt J C Stone Also 1st Lt Co HM 21st Ky U S A Col J G Craddock Co H 3rd Infy Micajah Brock of Fayette county CaptGrovesJohn H McBraver Capt Co K2el Ky the Suit River Tigers 42 of whom were over 6 feet born June 1826 John W Foster Stamping Ground KyCaptpresentVm Little Hickman born 1823 Co F2d Ky Capt Willis- J F Trnrnbo Mt Sterling born Oc tober 28 1828 Co G3rd Ky James CaptainJudge anof Winchester born 1820 enlisted fur the war but his company was an hour late and was su perceded by another Ho was the guest of Mrs H B Hanger Senator McCreary and Cot J W Caperton Madison county has five veterans two of whom Jos Perkins and Thos Davis were detained at home by sick ness Tbe others here are Nelson D Bnrrns Co H 1st Ky Cavalry both 1827 Ai lot Ky Cavalry Clifton Shjinett born 1825 Co H lot Ky Some notes on the meeting were crowded out Senator McCrearys elo quent Address is hereunder printed ADDRESS Delivered by lion James B EcCreary at the Annual Reunion of the Kentucky Veterans of the Mexican War Held at Rich mond Ky September 24 1903 Veterars ofthe Mexican War Ladles anti Gentlemen In all ages and in all countries sol diers who fought the battles of their country and helped to carry its flog to victory have ever been the recipients of admiration respect and honor Ant mated by feelings of gratitude and respect for Kentucky Veterans who serv ed in the War with Mexico the people of Richmond and Madison county through me present to each of you their eincerest and heartiest wel come We are glad to have pleasuretloion inter sting and agreeable There can be to you Veterans no more enjoyable eveit than a reunion of tile Kentucky survivors of tile Mex ican War The cares and responsibilities of life the toils and trials of busi ness the courtesies and kindnesses of yourfondnetsgood wishes for their happiness and success This Reunion must awaken many sweet and sad reminiscences and recall many thrilling recollectio Fiftysix years have passed since you were disbanded and ceased to be sol diers but the memories of your battles and bivouacs your midnight marches and midday risks your hmlshipa and perils your intimate associations and close brotherhood will be preserved and cherished as long as you live You are much older now than when peace was concluded and you with pride and happiness started home in in 1848 but your love of right and jus tire is unchanged The impress of time and trials Is on your faces but your hearts are as warm and true as when von first followed the stars and stripes Yon are a little bent by the weight of years but you are as erect as you ever were in the consciousness of fidelity to duty and love of your country The years that have passed have not diminished your admiration for the magnificent achievements ol American yourbeliefcourage and endurance unsurpassed in the history of the world Tne toilsome march the drum beat the bugle call the skirmish and battle are now to you but echoes ot the past and yoar soldier days are over forever There remains to you however the memory of valor and victories of sue cesses and sacrifices and the knowledge that you helped tc add to our country territory larger in area than our Re public when first organized and aided also in giving our country control ot the great Pacific coast line which has greatly increased its Pacific trade and thus advanced our great Republic in its grand mission of promoting liberty commerce and civilization It has been a source of pleasure to your fellow citizens that the Mexican Var Veterans have made good citizens and have been conspicuous for wr advocacy of all that makes a great Republicpeace and law and order and done Kentucky1developage education industry and improve meRit They have also been advocates and supporters of those national policies believe wil redound to the welfare of the Republic and brint peoplehappyThis Reunion I am pure recalls to the minds of thi older citizens many of whom I see in this splendid audience that patriotic and memorable day in the spring of 184G whet Captain James Stones company was organized here at Richmond That company has a glo rious history and was composed of brave and efficient officers and soldiers as ever served in any army Their ser vice in Mexico in Cob Marshals regiment under General Taylor reflected credit on Madison county and the State of Kentucky Captain Stone and his Lieutenants Green Broaddus Green Clay Smith and Thomas Barnes are still 10Y d anti admired by all who knew them though they have gone to that bourne whence no traveler returns and th only comrades they have left in this county are Clifton Shiflletn J P Den ham Nelson Burrus and Joseph Per kins We miss here to the gallant noble and loved D WaIler henault then a soldier in Captain Stones company but afterwards Col CavalryConfederate tie while bravely his regi iment at Green River bridge We miss also the brave and daring and able Captain Cassius M Clay after ward a Major General it the United States Army and the noblu and chlvsl rous General Hobson wh died while the President of the National Associa tion ot Mexican War Veterans and Col Speed Smith Fry whi was President of the State Association when the Reunion was held here mJarly twenty years ago and we miss and mourn the absence of many others groundTheirAnd glory guards with siilenm round The bivouac of the dead When I look into tbe faces of you Veterans and see that you are grizzled with years and worn withkge I know II t completeIand events which make you Veterans of the Mexican War The war with Mexico was the first great wr waged by the United States on foreign soil The American soldiers never met Mexican soldiers no matter how great the disparity of numbers without giving immediate battle and in every battle the Americans were victorious Our soldiers tempered victory with humanity and no city was burned and no domain plundered and the rules of honorable warfare were not violated The Mexicans tough bravely considering their military re sources and weapons but the Americans vindicated every way andevery where their claims to superiority The annexation of Texas and the ill feeling caused by repeated assaults of Mexicans on the rights persons and property of Amencan citizens precipi tated the war but when war was declared by the American Congress it was waged earnestly and efficiently and with the courage endurance and invincibility for which American soldiers have been conspicuous in every war in which they fought The Army Occupation under Gen eral Zachary Taylor first crossed the Rio Grande and entered Mexico in the spring of 1846 The battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma were the first battles fought and they were open field fights between American soldiers and Mexican soldiers under the com mand of Arista one of the bravest and most accomplished Generals of Mexico The defeat of the Mexican army on the first day and utter rout and discomfit ure on the second proved the gallantry and superiority of our otllcers and soldiers The capture of Matamoras followed anti then the march toward Monterey commenced The situation of Monterey and the fortifications made the Mexicans believe that this city was impregnable but General Taylor and his brave soldiers were determined to surmount every obstacle The fortifications forts redoubts and batteries had to be taken and after three days of successful assault these strongholds were captured by our chivalrous and impetuous soldiers and another victory gauiej The crowning glory of General Tay lors army was the battle of Buena Vista Having fought successfully with both Arista and Ampudia the former on the Rio Grande and the lat ter at Monterey General Taylor now found himself confronted with Santa Anna General in Chief of the Mexican Army and the most successful and popular leader in the Mexican Republic General Taylors army had been much reduced by the withdrawal of some of his best regiments which had been added to General Winfleld Scotts Army of Invasion which was then just commencing operations many miles away in the vicinity of Vera Cruz Santa Anna had discovered that Taylor had less than five thousand soldiers and he marched rapidly to meet him and give battle before he could be reinforced Taylor met Santa Annas army with the courage confidence and determination for which he was conspicuous The battle of Buena Vista was commenced on the 22nd of February 1847 and lasted two days It was the first battle in which Santa Anna confronted his countrys invaders and the last in which General Taylor led the Army of Occupation His army numbered only 4757 officers and men and Santa Annas army according to his own statement nombered ty thousand Just before the battle began Santa Anna demanded Taylors surrender anti told him he was surrounded and would be cut to pieces and he should surrender and save the lives of his met Taylor remembered that the day was the anniversary of the birth of George Washington the Father of his Country who was first in Peace first in War and first in the hearts of his countrymen and he answered in that memorable and laconic statement I decline to surrender and the battle commenced and Taylor won a great victory This battle was a fitting close of a series of military triumphs in which a great General and brave and invincible soldiers covered themselves with glory Most of the Kentucky soldiers were in the battle of Buena Vista and here Col onel McKee and Lieut Colonel Henry Olay Jr two brave and much loved officers were killed It was in this battle on the first day when our infantry was lighting hand to hand in some places with the Mexicans and the Cavalry was charging and our Artillery was tearing great gaps in the enemys tine that General Taylor after sending his whole force into battle uttered those memorable words to Captain Bragg A little more grape Captain Bragg A great deal of grape Captain Bragg And Bragg Wilt afteward commanded an army in the Civil War on the Confederate side obeyed the order and helped to make the victory completeIn summer of 1847 when Taylor was still with his in Mexico the people of the United States began to show their admiration for him by de daring in a number of State Conven lions fur General Taylor for President of the United States and when he re- turnEd to his country In November he was greeted everywhere with popular enthusiasm and the ovations he received foretold the honor which awaited him He was opposed in the National Convention by Winfield Scott Daniel Webster and Henry Clay but he was easily nominated His great military success his ability to command his valor and his victories coupled with the great interest lie always manifested in the welfare of his soldiers were recounted all over the country and with his enthusiastic supporters shouting for Old Rough and Ready he was tri umphantly elected to the highest office in our Republic General Taylor and his soldiers laid the foundation and started the achievements which crowned American arms with triumph in the war with Mexico No State bus a greater right to be proud of him and take an interest in him than Kentucky Zachary Taylor was born in Virginja in 1784 and he nuie with his father Richard Taylor t Kentucky in 1785 when he was one tar old and was reared at the family mansion near Louisville Ky where he lived for twentythree years or until 1808 when he was Lieuten ant in the United States Army Ken tucky therefore has a great interest in his fame and has a right to claim him as one of her worthiest and most distinguished sons General Winfield Scott anti his army are entitled lo great credit also He did his full duty in the war with Mex ico and his march from Vera Cruz where he won his first victory to the City of Mexico was one of the most brilliant and successful expeditions in tile annals of history Although confronted bYlZreat odds tie was victorious in every battle He hurled bis brave and unconquerable soldiers against Santa Annas army at Vera Cruz Cero Cord Pueblo Con merits Cheruburico Molino del Roy and Chepultepec and was successful in every battle and finally led his victori illS army into the City of Mexico and planted the stars and stripes on the palace of the Montezumas Tho war commenced in April 1840 mind thb Treaty of Peace was concluded i i February 1848 and our soldiers were disbanded in July 1848 In two years our troops marched Into the enemys country lying a thousand miles from the center of our popula lion and containing ten millions of plo pie and by their courage endurance tuid indomitable energy conquered enemy and dictated own terms eI peace at the capital At this Reunion of Mexican Veterans it IB appropriate to ask what did we gain by the war with Mexico The great State of Texas which Mexico claimed was forever annexed to our Republic aa a free and independent Commonwealth ly tho Treaty of Guad PIlrhaseStates the territory now covered by the States of California Nevada Utah and portions of Wyoming and Colorado and the territories of Arizona and New Mexico and the unorganized territory west of the Indian Territory embracing in all 067451 square miles being a greater area of country than was con tained in our Republic when it was flint formed after the Treaty of Pcare was concluded with Great Britain in 1783 This vast area obtained from peoiileandhupdreds S5LiL silverIfieldsThe war was a in which were trained many ot tbe ablest Generals of the Civil War on both sides It was practically a qchool of military science strategy and pline and many young officers who afterward famous in the Civil War had their baptismal fire during our war with Mexico Robert E Lee Albert Sidney Johnson Joe Johnson Longstreet Bragg Kirby Smith John C Breckinridge Jefferson Davis and many others of the Confederate side were officers in the Mexican War and on the other side were Grant McClel lan Meade Thomas Hancock Buell McDowell and many otheis I have gone into details because it is proper to show what kind of a war tbeee Kentucky Veterans served in who now honor us with their presence and besides we should keep alive in the memory of time people a war which is full of interesting incidents thrilling scenes and magi illcent achievements You Veterans who fearlessly patri otically and heroically responded to the call of your country are justly to the admiration gratitude ant respect of your fellow citizens and to the honorable place you will always have in the history of our country This heroism valor and patriotism of all soldiers who faithfully perform their duty is a part of the heritage of every person born under the American flag therefore in showing our appreciation of the men who perform service ae soldiers and fight this battles of our country we elevate our Common wealth and enhance the glory of the Republic I believe the verdict of history is that the American soldiers made a glorious record in time war with Mexico and in peace I am sure vou will continue your good record as God enables yon to see rljhtGeneral Grant said after having won many victories LAt us have peace May you realize during the rest of your lives all the blessings of that peace for which he so earnestly spoke The immortal Stonewall Jackson as he lay bleeding and suffering on the bloody battle field at Chancelloreville said Let us pass over and rest under the shade of the trees So may you Veterans of time Mexican War when the conflicts and cares the struggles and successes of life are over and you answer the Divine roll call pass over to the other side and find rest and hap pine in that other world of which re ligion teaches Lost Gentlemans ring with set and umbrella with SK M on the handle Finder return to this office and reo ceive reward 23sp3t Small Farm For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm 4 miles north ofFoxtown containing 7RM acres Well improved and watered For further information call on or ad dress WM MUNDAY 23slm White Hall Ky Estray A white and black spotted hog weighingabout 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has since been eared for by me Owner can have same by payirg charges A H LALOR 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If It doesnt try Burdock blood bitters 1m Called to Georgetown Mr B Jouett of this city was called to Georgetown by the death of his brother Wesley Jouett who died Mon day Mr Jouett has the sympathy of all in his bereavement New Otfices The ticket and freight soliciting de partments of the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Ry which have been located in the Chamber Commerce Building in Cincinnati for the past fifteen years have been removed to the corner of Fifth and Walnut in the new Traction Building This building which is the second of the socalled sky scrapers in that city is a magnificent one The location is on the public square in the busiest corner of the city The offices are furnished in mahggany with tile floor and contain all modern improvements The character of the furniture and the magnificent frontage of fifty five feet on Fifth street will enable them to show their friends what is now and will likely be for some time thin fittest railroad soliciting office in the country 2t A Distinctly New Feature Always to the fore the K T H B Association this year announces nine Cup races for amateur drivers and al ready such men as C K G Billings E E Smathers H K Devereaux F G Jones O FEmerVC A Otis etc have assured Secretary Shanklin that they will contest The driving cluls represented include New York Cleveland Chicago Toledo Pittsburg De troit Boston Syracuse Lexington etc These events for handsome trophies frequently attract as great a class of equine wonders as do the best known trotting classics and produced in many cases most splendid contests Heretofore such contests have been limited to driving clubs but as usual this Association takes the initiative and offers nine such races for decision during its ten days meeting October 6 to 17 at Lexington Veterans of Three Wars Meet A rather remarkable incident hap pened last Friday at Bert Stocktons corner Veterans of the Mexican Civil and Spanish Wars happened to meet there and shake hands It occur red thus Senator James B McCreary who was a Lieut Colonel in John Mor galls command was in the act of shak lug hands with Mr Clifton Shilllet who was with Humphrey Marshalls Oar aIry in the Mexican War when their hands were grasped by Mr AI Curtis who was in the Spanish War Mr Curtis remarked Here we are vet erans 01 three wars shaking hands and all of us are ready now to go to war again in defense of our country flag Time crowd standing around appreciated the signicance of the unusual spectacle and said it was worthy of record A Worthy Promotion Captain John R Pates who has since time beginning of the Louisville Atlantic railroad been the popular conductor between Versailles and Ir vine has been promoted to the position of General Train Master with head quarteraipVersalhI He will be sue ceeded by Mr C M Rawlings who Is likewise an experienced railroad man We congratulate Captain Pates over his promotion which was mot deserved hut at the same time we regret exceedingly to give him up His pre Ij ence on the train was Iikea ray of sunshine always bright and cheerful hay ing a kind glad greeting for every traveler over his road He was a favor ite with all and will be missed by young and old alike We sincerely trust that the change will not necessi tate the removal of Captain Pates and his excellent family from onr city where they have only recently erected a jbandeome home on Broadway Wherever they eo however the well wishes ofr hosts of friends will follow thorn and Richmond will always have a claim on thorn Football The Walters school opened its football season Saturday by defeat ing the Richmond team by a score of 18 to 0 The town was superior jim weight but this advantage was S more than offset by the training of the school teamThe line bucking of the Walters back field was exceptionally good the S opposing team holding them for downs only once during the entire S game The outlook fur the Walters School team is very en couraging and with proper sup port they should finish a very successful season The next game to be played is that against Georgetown college on Oct 8 on tbe Schools home grounds The lineup of Saturdays game was as follows F Glees ILUumam EOIbson TaylorGM Collins K TateRTBeatyIiP flurnamR KSmithIStocktonJaiiulonRJiBi BroOOusBMillion1GlassTime of halves 20 and 15 minutes Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT EL Haden c PUTs On Petition aJalnllttbenotified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 7th day of December 1903 or same will be barredS SCOTT JI C M C C 808ep5tFARMS FORSALEWe sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere inter correspondenceis prompt attention Central Ej Seal Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres QenI Mgr 16sep3m COMMISSIONERSSALE BOYLE DOXYS Admr andHelre PlOs against BOYLE DOTVB UKIRS IWendantSfK- OTIOE or SALE IK EQUITT By virtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1903 In the above styled cause ho undersigned will on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1903 about the hour of 11 oclock A M on the premises proceed to expose at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the follow- Ing property viz The Tract of Land owned bv Boyle Doty decd situated in Madison county Ky containing 366 Acres flora or Less and adjoining the lands of J M Foster deod Mat Gibson the Embry land U DotyJohntbe D w Kavanaugh land and W U Miller The land will first be ottered In threw parcels as follows Parcel NO1 supposed to contain 115 Acres more or less2 supposed to contain 106 Acres more or less 3 supposed to contain 111 Acres more or less producIngtheThe land will be surveyed before day of surveyPrivilegesewing grain and repairing necessary fences Full possession given by Court on December- 1st ISIXI Prospective purchasers must come prepared to execute bond TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of purbaser111approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have force and Jegallnterestfromsaid property until all the purchase money m paid- S E SCOTT 283weot M c M C C WUITEUALL The home of the late General Cassius M Clay for Sale at PublicAuctionT- he Heirs will sell this famous proper ty upon the premises at Public Auction on Thursday Oct 22 03 at 10 oclock a at The farm contains 350 Acreso- fextremely fertile land all in bluegrass None of this Inml has been ploughed for many years Mapnifi centlv improved Title perfect Gen eral Warranty Deed given Immediately after the above sale 275Adjoining Acres of the same original tract of land own ed by Mrs Ann Clay Crenshaw will be sold at Public Auction On the Next DayFriday October 23 at 10 oclock t m UpOIP the premises the Heirs will sell at Public Auction BELLEVIEW7 A part of the oriulnal Whitehall tract lying upon the Richmond and Jacks Creek turnpike This Is a very fertile farm containing about 325 AcresH- as nice residence fine fruit and is well watered and is mostly in grass Tteperfect General Warranty Deed given IEi1Prospective purchasers are invited to examine these properties Brutus J Clay Agt For the Heirs Richmond Ky Sept 17 03 tt 5I rr For Ten Days Only JFor Ten Days we wills ll the following goods at the prices iL quoted below fIT 8 l3c Laws at 5c r lOc Lawns at 9c ef 15c Lawns at 12ic w 18c Lawns 15c s 75c Gowns for 69c 4p 99c 89c 19cJ 29c1t75ch h69c A99c4 Ladi s3Iack Mercerized Sateen Petticoats J J inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 10 inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats jt High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow at 199 each f j Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours r i f OWEN McKEB 1 Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY Li Masler taissioners Sale ELUadenC Puts On Petition NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of ii Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court re dered at tile September Term thereof In the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday Oct 2203 Between the hoars ot II oclock a m and oclock m ou the premIses In Madison county emceed to expoe to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de scribed propertyTlzA of Land on the water of Tates Creek in Madison county Ky and ou Bethel Kranch contain log lUii acres and adjoining Wm Hadeu Mrs llowardc TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security payment of he urchitNe money lo have the force and effect of a Iteplevln Bond bearing legal Interest from day of sale with a lien reserved npon said property until all the purchase money ii paid H E SCOTT M C M C C Dont forget to see that swell line ofI wilt paper shown by Perry Thomas OLD JOE WHISKY Rand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be flurelt is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 55 1ju s 2130 5I 0 bottles 3Ii jugs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj ere novlyr Anderson county Kv Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer nestle and uses If you want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Ken lucky Disc Wheat Drills Withor without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf qLadies 25c Corset Covers for U and bands ruffles Fertilizeis WlmllUn wldi sTks hnlllni Silnmii tier Ccmlf MlBnj direct Iron lCIJ for lid lit iiptriioci mcutirj oily Jiilcoiit Sits esos cit bi nude its rich pirtr Iddriit- Cootolidilid Mei Clodoull 0 AocUonter My services as an auctioneer con be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D RENAULT Telephone 89 ring 4 mhlStf Terrill xr Ir i r to Lost On the street in this city Thursday light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this of lice tf Money to Loan I can pet you mousy at 5 per cent in terest ou long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCitEItJfl apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky oo rW L CRUTCHER G W EVANS JR LNewFirmAND 7 A Magnificient Stock of Goods T- J tl Everything for the home beautiful C t can be found in our store IJan our prIces w ii everybody SUII We J are at home at oplints old stand on 1Jgive us a call Crutcher d Evans Main Street Richmond Ky fJ4J G Urea Values in jFall Merchandisec wk ff New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our 3 store immense stocks seasonable merchandise eater and bet r selected stocks than ever oeforeare now on sale We want yotito come in and examine the I4 2that exaggeratedthe PL WHITE GOODSIt will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton fttV Vestings and Suitings White Goods Counter We are showing an eleeant PiquesandOur Fall Millinery instylesojbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right i HOSIERY 1t Every style of plain and fancy Hose can befiid heresilkmlislethieadv and Every pair of Hose offered for sale atthis store is thejt of the ikind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department they are brim full of bargains We tflaskrn fairness JtherIght fat all prices Come and see them uitOura Basement h full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right puces Respectfully Subtnitted the CasH Trade 1rLI j We Are Ready To Talk Business i Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getourthelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction he eaTTa VJOorks RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 30 1903 Your City Taxes are now past due Please call andsettle to avoid penaltyL City Collector Office at State Bank Trust Company Jm FoE REST my residence on Main Street C S HOLTON neptJtf Miss K V Schmidt will have on display Friday awl Saturday Oct 2 and 3 liur beautiful tine of fall anti winter hats Pnblii invited to call and inspect her superb stock Tim little mission band of the First Presbyterian church will have a candy and flower sale n xi Saturday after noon in the store room lately vacated by Mr K V Elder There in langhtir plenty some tears and some eeiiNaijim and plenty of vim ant goin Kuilrond Jack at the Wigiins Opera Hnutte Friday night Prices 25 35 and 50 cents Considerable Improvement in the way ut ditching grading t tc has been made on Fourth street Another need ed addition a gas light will be put up at once on the corner of Fourth and Glyndon Shackelfnrd Co are headquar ters for all kindit of sporting poods sin gle and doible barrel guns from llX to 100 and rifls any kinds jou w it all talibers Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load you wish Game bugs and loading tf Mrs Lee Maupin has opened up a flrstclasM niiUinerv establis jinent in the store room formerly occupied bv Mr Lee Smith Sue ban on hand now II full line of readytowear fall hall and she desires the patronage of allaif tier friends 3t Miss Nellie Mindly of Cincinnati hits rrturned and Is agaill ut he headof Mr E V Eders millinery department Since Mr KMers ivtnuvHl hiwhole store is on one floor Miss Donnelly is a most experienced trimmer and made many friends h Me last teaon The IVd E Faust Minstrels made a very HurresMnl hit at the Clark Opera House last nillit III a large audience completely titling tile lioiiie That the Cimpaiiyri performances were well re C ivnd was apparent fmu Hie frequent auplaiiHf and numerous eiuOies given tie performers III thtfvni pAr which was put on lIIalIllicII in handsome cosiune flirt special sets nl wenery the company cerlainlv takfR no stroud placeinor lneH it in any III lqr purlieu I ir This solos wure exrt llent and che jke fr e of the chetst nutty arnma wit cli usually rita art riZs modern miiirtirelsv ov Kotveti the Ken tucky Whirlwim1up arr till Fat atrolmlii tllmil3d111p Hfinlii Square Quiet lei iffreHperiul fealnreo Very well iCeivtil AltogKllier hut at traction Wit in lliHiume enlirn ulii faction throughout Townto 0 Tri bunu At the Wigtiins Opera House Thurs day nigh1 Oct e 3 tt TO IThe ladies of the First Presbyterian will have a court day dinner on A familiar comedy and a series of novelties will be the bill offered at the Wiggins Opera House Friday night when Railroad Jack and his company of comedians will hold the boardp The play is of the farce comedy order and is brimful of new songs dances and epeciiiltifa Special scenery and all racchmiiral euVuts are carried by the company Prices 25 35 and 50 cooLs flower Fcts For Sale Allsizs flower pots at Racket Store JorSile Sixtyfour extra good twoyearold freding cattle nveravr weight about 1200 pounds G J White Son out802t Millinery Opening On next Friday and Saturday Oct aluid third Mr E V Elder will have hm millinery opening when he will liuv OInJj play all the latest styles in fall and winter hats First New Corn The first load of new corn that haJ been brought to our ritv was sold last JIH0S8and brought 3 per barrel Arm Broken The friends of Mr James Deatheragu will regret to learn of the accident which befell hint While playing foot btll be had the hone in one arm broken but iugettingalong nicely at tills writing Nail In His Foot Mr njltnin Dougherty the popu tr BiiperiiitMiilent of the water and light plants here stepped upon a nuil Saturday and it penetrated his lelt foot causing him much Buffering and anxiety At this wning Mr Daugb arty is on the road to recovery An Unusual tase The grand jury which has been in session during the recent term of the circuit court wan composed of twelve men and not onn of thu twelve used tobacco in any form It would be a difficult task to group together again noon that many nontobacco users Nominated For Magistrate James D Dykes formerly of this county has bee ii uninItiated by the Democrats of Richmond for Magistrate Mr Dykes is eminently qualified for the place and as a member of the Fiscal Court the interests of the county will be in safe hands Winchester Democrat For Rent My farm of 151 acres QUO mile from Richmond on the Big Hill pike 12 acres in corn40 in wheat 40 in meadow balance in corn Large dwelling with all modern improvements Fine barn 3 huge ponds all kinds of fruit suita ble fur dairyman or stockman Have for sale a large lot of new corn and some hay WIBLIS HISLE- 23 1m Kichraond Ky Photo Of Ola Fort On Monday Mr A B Rue photo graphed the site of HarrodV fort that stood on what is now East Lexington stu et two locks from Main Capt P B Thompson the oldest male resident lot the town and who played in the old fort seventyfive years ago is to be sewn in the picture standing in the center of the ground that was inclosed- HarrodHburg Herald Bij Land Deals In Boyle J A Shiuuheworth of Boyle sold to Mr A G McConley of Boone county his Gentry farm located on the Ie hanon pike about one mile from Danville The farm contains about 205 acres and was stud at 19500 This lenin was takjn down at Mr Shuttle 91Isale of Lyn woo containing 305 acres vvhiili was sold to SIrs Fredera Bryant Thursday for f33 002 makes a total of 120 acres of Boyle county land that Mr rthuiilnworth huts sold within a week fur 52562 he cales on the two places averaging a fraction over 101 per acre Mr Shuttleworth still owns another 500arre Boyle county farm known nKlonnietta which is quite nit valuable the one he has just lld r a t eE Deatherage Co I t Seeds Seeds SEEDS J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that 1Wi have all kinds of seeds to sell Iam no old hay J seed either but I haveHAY LI- t to sell by the bale or car ioad ralso handle oats and cornand NorthernSeed Rye Those wanting JJtthings will do well to give me a call Prices reason able Remember that I have things to sIl and not J to keep t- t E Deatherage CQL u L w Th Iy I tL it c it t ittttPANTS FOR ThflT BOY OF YOURS tI I gz That Hearty Hustling Boy 1 hat T ars Them Up So FastzBut dont scold rather be glaa that theres so much energy and get up and go about him t- Our Keystone Corduroy Pants are made for just such boys The cloth is as tough as Indian tanned buckskin and the sewing is fully guaranteed a new pair free if he rips a single seam Best pants made atan price and the cheapest in the long run 100 125 150 L Other good Corduroys at 5Qctsand extra quality Tweeds aiio Cassimers at 50 cts with finer at 75c to 100 toW 11 g Block Cut Stockings guip StACT CAT BRANS 4pCHICAGOROCKFORD w CSNOSHA Wis energetic Tripple beautiful strongest 25Pair Stockings values equaled youll Stockings good Sweaters Boys Papa 00atAnd he doesnt as rule realize the wifes discomforts and troubles the kitchen Patient does the worrying Ought Buy a Gas and all that expense dis comfort No Dust No No Ashes No Coal Expense begins you the to begin cooking the minute you are through Water Light Co Record kinf SowIthe largest horn to one sow is that reported on the farm of Dick Rose near Dukedom The sowgave birth to 17 pigs the larg est number on record in Kentucky Thin pigsareall well formed andhealthy Fulton Daily Eloped Wisemantown little village abnt two miles from Irvine was all excite ment last week cyst double elope ment that had taken place The parties were Mr Henry Scales and Miss Hazel Scott and Mr Ahnnr Noland and Miss Annie Park The young people went to Cincinnati where the knot was tied A peculiar feature of the marriage is that all four of the contracting are first cousins Orphan Brigade C A The Nineteenth Reunion of the Orphan which will be held in Louisville Ky Sentember 80 1003 Opening Session at 1030 m Busi ness 11 Dinner 1230 Trip to Confederate Home All have made one and one third rate on the certificate plan The will be held in the AId Chan cery Court Room where you will please register on your arrival By order of the General Committee Tbos D Os borne Carrie Nation Coming Mrs Carrie Nation will arrive In few days to visit her brotber Mr T S Moore At Camp Dick Robinson Gar rard county Several years of Mrs girlhood were near Dan vile Several receptions will be given in her honor and it is she will make speeches at burg Tancaster and A report has been circulated that she will raid Danvilles blind tigers and gen anal excitement prevails among the ti Kervkeepers There are supposed to be about dozen tigers in that city As Others See Him Mr R W Miller owner of the Rich mond Register lisa been nominated by theDemocrats of county as candidate for Elf presentative If earh county would select as well equipped gentlemen Mr Miller the next Gen eral Assembly wonld prove of some benefit to the Stats instead of becom ing tho laughing stock of the entire community aa have recent sessions Mr Miller is hightoned genf luraaa with heart as big as feed basket hope is that he will come under the wire safe winu rLaBCaSEC Recotci l Another good thing for boys heels toes and rich fadeless black and best stocking in the world Lot 14 Cat at joeare wonderful you have never seen Try and with us Black Cat alsofor men andwomenunequaled for quality Ask to see them Fine line of for at SOctoJ av while in mamma to Range stop muss waste worry and jr J Dirt only when light match stops Richmond rr Possibly Leader a a contracting nuptial parties S Brigade a a m p m 2 p m railroads a sessions Secretary a Nations spent expected Danville Harrods Stanford a Madison a as a a a atiIoUr a knees Black them agree Star Routes General advertisement for bids in Kentucky sixteen in Madison county Bidders and contractors must live on or near the route and are required to per form the service or at least give it their personalsupervision Box delivery and collection required on every route All bids must be made before Decem ber 1st Postmasters have blanks and printed rules and instructions relative TO bidding and requirements service List of routes in Madison county Cleveland to Richmond Delpba to WhiUock Idelia to Edenton Speed well to Braesfleld Hockaday to Valley View Aabury to Berea Portwood to Rice Station Doylesville to Rich mond Ruthton to Million Wallace ton to Paint Lick Duluth to Brass field Caleast to Richmond College Hill to Moberley Mote to Eatill Edenton to Kirksvllle Kirksyille to Silver Creek Col John Ham Overwhelmed The old saying about a man never knowing how many friends he has un til he gets into trouble was again well proven true last week Ve refer to our friend JohnMarrs the accommodating clerk at the Hotel Glyndon Richmond Eyerybody knew of Mares devotion to his old friend Sol Spratt When the latter died it seems that all immediately thought of John ana proceeded to break the news gently to him It appears no one knew or thought any one else would inform him of Spratts death so each proceeded to write to Mares It is estimated he received from seventyfive to one hun dred letters and postal cards and now thinks a job was put np on him and threatens to whip any Lancaster man who ventures within the city limits of Richmond Lancaster Reco- rdDEATII FEKHELL In the death of Captain Thomas Petrel Madison county has lost another one of her most familiar figures Deceased had been ill for long weeks but was unable to withstand the ravages of disease any longer acd on Tuesday of last week he gave up the struggle and his soul passed into the great beyond Mr Ferrell was known all over the county having for many years been one of the foremost auctioneers around here He was of a wholesouled1 cordial nature andalways had a cheaiful wocd of greeting to his numerous friends His remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Resides a wife he is survived by five chlldren Mesdames WD Oldham of this city H C Shipp of Cynthiana EiL Moberjy of Ford Thomas Ellison of the eountyCand Messrs Fountain and Taylor Ferrell to all of whom the- sywpathyof all u exteEid d SLLitsanJ Overcoats t Scarcelya mother in this county who does not know that our large stock is far and away the best boybestforSplendid collection of new fall and win rich7handsomeand sold at the lowest prices for such quality 2 250 3 350 4 5 c And we lead them all ia Long Pants Suits for the older boys sizes up to 20 years at 4 5 6 7 8 10 and Finer e Hats Caps Underwear Gloves Suspenders Collars Ties and l everything else in uptodate furnishings for boys and young men i Family Reunion Anoccasion that will dwell long in the memory of all present was the fairiy reunion held last Saturday at the home of Mrs Margaret Lackey in honor of her brother Mr Jesee Benton ot Bloomington Illinois Mr Benton is a native of Waco this county but has been away from Madison for many years Only members of the immediate families were invited and out of about sixty there were forty who were present at the reunion A most delightful day was spent and at the noon hour the guests were invited to the dining room where a regular ban quet such as only Mrs Lackey herself knows how to prepare was served The table fairly groaned under the weight of good things to eat Among the out of town guests besdethe guest of hono was Circuit Judge J M Benton of Winchester Madison County LIst of ExConfederates There is perhaps no county in the State that sent out more men who fought in the civil war than did Madi son county And after all these years when so many have passed over the river we can muster up a fairly strong company composed of the surviving ones Of those who followed that brave and dauntless leader Morgan we have secured the lames of fortynine all residents of this county They are James B McCreary Dudley Tribble Win Brock James Miller Joe Port wood Scott Stivers Joe Maupin Ollin Me Williams Jas Ellison William Rit ter Clay Maupin Sam Meeks William T9JnerJoekins Robert Turner Robert Knnatzer Jesse Newby Schuyler Taylor Jake White James White James Hugueley Ira Scudder Silas Baxter Irvine Az bill Richard Abney William French David Chenault James Farley Manuel Mitchell W E Myers M C Maupin Joe Gentry N B Deatherage W L Simmons James Cosby Harvey Ellison C D Pat tie Thomas Oldham Joe Collins Thomas Duerson O WCosby Meredith Perkins and Alex Pence If there should be any others whose names have Riot been published we would be very glad to receive them Besides these there are about thirty exConfederates who belonged to other companies Captain Terrill Daniel Mitchell and John R Colomifn are three of Madisons brave who are spending their sunset days at the Con federate Home at Pewee Valley Lizzie Eras in At Cozy Cornets Few have never heard of Lizzie Evans the famous little comedianne who is to be seen in At Cozy Corners at the Grand Opera House early in Oc tober There is no doubt writes Claxton Wl1stach manager for Lizzie Evans that theatre goers are tired of reading the exaggerated praise that is written of theatrical attractions Such stereotyped expressions as a company of unusual excellence and the reck less employment of adjutives extrava rant to a ridiculous degree have no doubt driven more than one sensible minded reader of theatrical news to the determination of never scanning papersForlug exaggerated statements of the excellence of the companies which I have on tour The Adelaide Thurston Com CompanyThelary and the sooner theatrical promo tees recogniz that the reading public are not prone to the influence of bom baaticgunh the sooner will theatrical announcement be read by the intelli gent classes who make up the most de patronsMr above is one of a well known trio of managers who have graduated from newspaper writing to prominence in the theatricalworld Frank J Wilstach is business manager for Viola Allen Paul Wilstach is a manager on his own account The efforts of these three prominent theatri cal individuals have recog nized as correct in form and in thor oughly good taste and those qualities are said to be reflected in the presenta playinaad in Cozy Centers the beautiful domestic comedy in which Lizzie Evans thiGJandOperaHotHEIo Low Rates for the LooUrUle Horse Show On account of the Fourth Annual Louisville Horse Show the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Louisville at the low rata of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip from September 28 j to October 3 inclusive tickets good returning to and including October 5 Premiums amounting to 22000 are offered for displays horses and vehicles and this promises to be one of the greatest Horse Shows ever held in this country For full particulars call on or address R E Mnllane agent Southern Railway Versailles Ky Sudden Death of Mrs R P HeCcrd Mrs Rufus McCord died en Sunday afternoon at 130 at the home of her husband on the Stony Run pike near Bropkstown and will be buried in Richmond neit Sunday Funeral ser vices at 11 30 a m afflfe BrooVBiowa Church The interment is deferred until the arrival of Mr and Mrs Bethenia McCord Howard andbusband ot Whatcom Washington Heart trouble carried Mrs McCord away with such awful suddenness that no one not even her immediate family could realize that she was dead when on Sunday after dinner she beckoned her faithful and devoted husband to tier bedside and expired before medi cal aid could be summoned Mrs McCord attended the big con vention of the Christian Church at Paris on Friday but complained of feeling badly on her return home On Sunday she told her family thoy could be happy then but she would be happy next Stinday as her daughter Mrs Beth en Is Howard would then be at home from faraway Washington Alas The daughter who is speeding hither as fast as steam can brine her will find her Old Kentucky Home shrouded in gloom with only a stricken father and her motherless brothers awaiting her Mrs McCord was about 53 years of age and leaves a husband R P Mc Cord and three children Messrs Far ris and David McCord and Mrs Be thenia McCord Howard Deceased was a danghterof the late Jonathan J Fatrls whose wife was a Miss Bond of Tennessee who had five children Robert William Mike Lucy and Nan nie Farris the latter Mis Nannie Fc land of this city being the sole sur vivor Mrs McCord will be sadly missed from every circle domestic church andsocial As mother wife sister neighbor friend she was a model To the bereaved family them CLIMAX ex tends the sympathy of the entire community AKBUCKLK Mr and Mrs Mat F Ar buckle are happy over the arrival of a handsome son DYKESMr and Mrs Jesse Dvkes are receiving congratulations over the birth of a fins son Monday night male lug the fourth Democrat in the family PERSONAL Miss Earle Chenamlt has been visiting in LexingtonMiss Myers baa been visiting relatives in Lexington Hen C Ii Searcy ot Waco Is in Louisville this week on business Mrs Cornie Clay and Mrs John D Allen are visiting in New York Mr and Mrs C D Miller spent Sun day with relatives in Estill county Mrs G W Evana Jr is visiting friends and relatives in Clark county Miss Mariawillie Smith is visiting Mrs John B Chenault in Frankfort Mrs Albert Severance of Stanford is visiting her father Dr M 0 Heath at the Glymdpa Mrs Louis P Todd bm heeD In CIa cinnati where sbe purchased a full line of embroidery eHftyjiee Miss Bessie Finney of Louisville has arrivedand will trim this season for Miss Ella Farley Rev W A Eisenhartand family will leave next week for a stay of several weeks in New York Misses Ruth and Eva Owen of Win chester are guests of Mrs W S Mc Guire at Red House Mr J Stone Walker Jr is attending school at Garden City 1 I Stones friends miss him verp much Miss Long of Georgetown is the attractive guest of her sister Mrs T J Taylor on West Main street Mrs Henry Rogers of Rosaville Ind is the guest of Tier mother Mrs C C Smith and other Mr Thomas Boain of Middletown Ohio is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs William Boaln near Panola Mies Eleanor Chenault has gone to Wasbtt1 ton City where she will complete heVseaior yea in Washington College Dr McFerran Crowe of Versatile lois been spending a few days with his mother Mrs Elizabeth Orowe on Oak street Mr Jesse Burton has concluded a visit to relatives here and in the county and lelt yesterday for his nome in Bloomington Ill Miss May Drew Emery Secretary to the President of Stetson University DeLand Fla is the guests of Miss Florrie Chenanlt Mrs Pallie Allis who has spent the last thre or four months with Mrs W E Luzon near town returned Satur s SI Ss IS sa a CP C a C i6 p BOOTS AND SHOES1 w vI7PC7e7 WE GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BOYS BOOTS AND SHOES Fine patent and vici shoes for dressup wear anchheavy stock for every day ser vice All sizes from from childs No 7 up in every worthy grade and kind And a great collection ofAJ BOOTSin Leather Felt and Rubberaltogether 5 the largest and most complete stock of Boyst Footwear in Richmond at prices that Positively Save You Moneyi 1 CDYINBTDN AND BANKS cOUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS fi You 016II BIRTHS relativesI day to her home in Paris Miss Lydia McKee has goue to Cincinnati Chicago and New York where she will purchase a full and superb stuck of fall and winter goods Messrs H G and Coleman Wallace and Mrs Estill payne were called to Irvine Monday by the serious illness of their father Mr Andrew Wallace Mrs W F Francis and daughter Miss Sallie who have been visiting relatives here for several weeks have re turned to their home in South Carolina Mr IL E Turley was given a warm welcome last week by his numerous friends when he was down street for the fist time since his serious attack of grippe The Prandennial Clubwill now begin operations- It is currently reported at Lebanon that Rev DrL H Blanton of Danville and Mrs Thomas A Bracken of Lebanon are to wed Mrs Bracken is the widow of the renowned Presbyter Ian Divine who was such a staunch pporter of Central University in its earldays She is an aunt of Prof Chas G Creoles anti by the death of Dr Bracken inherited about 6000f LThejug marriage of Miss Katie Hlanton and Mr J D Head Jr of Jackson was a pleasant surprise to the friends ot the prospective bride The wedding will occur October 6 at the home of Mrs Emmett Dickson in Paris Miss Blanton is a daughter of Chancellor L H Blanton of Central University and a sister to Messrs L U and Edgar Blanton and Dr Harry Blanton all of this city For years this was her home and she was one of the most popular girls in Richmond Her fiancee is a prominent young business man and farmer of Jackson and is in every way worthy of the prize he has won Miss Blantons numerous friends are extend lug in advance the heartiest of congratulations News that will be a pleasant surprise to the friends of thecontractingpaities in the announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Robert Erie Chanault of this city to Mr Edwin Forrest Galbraith of Jacksonville Ill Thisl wedding will be solemnized on Wednesday October twentyfirst at the home of Mr and Mrs D M Chen ault It will be an afternoon wedding the happy couple leaving immediately after the ceremony for a bridal trip and after November first they will be at home in Jacksonville Miss Chenault is one of Richmonds most popular girls and is a sister of Judge J C and Mr D M Chenault She is highly educated and is possessed of a sweet sunny disposition that endears her to all She has just recently returned from Irp througu repeTwiiictPwas thoroughly njoyaole and of which she has civen us some most charming descriptions Tlie prospective groom is also well known here having attended Central University at this place He is a member of the Richmond lodge of Elks and was always while here extremely popular While giving Miss Chenault upwe feel that is to no stranger for Mr Galbraith numbers his friends here by the score Congratulations are beinc showered upon the bride to be and the best wishes of hosts of friends are hers Rice and Arnold F The Hat to Wear S the One That Looks I Best A +++ +i Hats 4 E i i 3++ + + 4++ + + + + ++ + H WecanfttyourheadIand give you the cor 1 rect shape for fall both in soft and stiff Hats Prices from SI ffito 5 Tike a bolE at our window before1 you buy I I RICE AND ARNOLD I Main Street Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS IN MILLER ATTOaXSYATLAW BlCHUOHD KXBTDCK- TOSlce n the Burnim Building next door to rmera National Bank fet 3ly J A StTIZIVAJ ATTURNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op poelte Court House on Main Street J 0 D OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLa RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELToRS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry t Thomas drug store PZT3ICLAlSS DRS GIBSON GIBSONJ PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building M lnStreet H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stouffer Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway icuMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MD- b PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance DO Mrs E OVance D Osteopathic v Physicians State Dank Trust B ig Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Qradnatei Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL SURQEHT tT tonsotOatTtttTtDErTIsT aopBulIdfngfttcimSndnovlTly vM Blanton DENTIST office Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN 1HoteWednesday October 21 1003 m Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ca- tATTENTION We liltre nJoed1lQrr04J e bnslneJ from the East End n street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for 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 SOjanlv RICHMOND KY CureFor Loiudb Italic Railroad DAILY EX SUNDAy TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Versailles jAwrenceburg Shel gMbyvUle LoulniUe Lex ngton Lm and ClncInnatt 8CSpm For Irvine i l1Mam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and i lMam Cincinnati 8lCr m From Irvine 33pni O M BROWNING Gsa Mgr KyURichmond Ky Stops tho Cough an4 Works oS tho Cod Laxative Bromo Quinine Tracts cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Itf iL4kUi We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Simmons earcy Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters V Whitlock ohn Stapp Barton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt L A Wearren t C MoWharter L B EarlyTCoy R chmond Waco Red Honse- Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruthton Eden ton- otton burg Paint Lick- Wallaceton Berea Kirksvllle Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses Wn can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our tock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately ll demands for glasses not of a ery unusual strengtr For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are prlHnptlyexecuted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly L N I Time Tails Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 54 p m ton Express south bound 1216 p No 6 Clnnati and Livings 126 p m ton Express north bound 155 pm No Cinnatl and Livings 3H a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnati and Livings 1105 p m ton Bz south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya vile Accm north bound 620 a m No 11 Stanford and Slays 720 p m vllle Accm sonth bound No 21 Richmond and Rowland Aocm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 43flpm ford north bound slut Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rentIapr 1tf Harvey ClieiimiK SCHOOLIrof Falls Ohio will open in Sap tembor a Highclass Private School at KIrksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings Ho will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the beet 9n Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiries toG P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky L RBlanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprso lyr Phone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty Plaid saidThenYoull never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY CompanyPhonel663 KY c Wool Carding in Season e The Genuin vs CounterfeitS The JtCnnlne is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of thia state ment Is never more forcibly realized or more tlioroughly appre jiatedthan when you compare the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve with the many counterfeits and worthless substitutes that are on the market W S edbetter of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without ben efit one box of DeWittfl Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding renedyIsSold by E C Wines 1m Iowa produces 400000000 yearly iu agricultural products ==Notice I have for sale about 260 acres of good land located neari Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef title land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and umber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and is in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timbur on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugartrees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one dealt ing propety to cull and tee me as the terms will be made to please pur chuser S C CAHiiiKn nil Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling aud one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jun 36mo Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other salves lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt rlieum lever sores chapped hands skin eruptions infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at all druggist 1m The Ball Bearing YensmoreOnly writer ever offered See it betore or deriug or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer that points and equipped with back spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or wo will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Dinsiaore Tnewrihr c 323 W Fourth st Cincinnati 0 JOS R POWER Lock Box 2S2 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY Commissioners Sale Charles Fads Admi PiE againstMrs Eads Ac Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN KQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1908 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday October JOth 19U3 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m on the premises in Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to Inbllc Sale to the highest and best bidder the lot lowing d scribed property viz A Tract of Land situated in Madison county Ky containing acres and 27 poles moreorless and adjoining the landsOf Charley Tiplon Mrs Noland Win EastJames Perry the IJrumback land ic producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Male will be made on a credit of 6 months Tile purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for he payment of the purchase mOlley to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lieu reserved on said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT M C M C C to 17th I 20000 Futurity 6000 Transylvania We have neversbownajarger stock of Cam alls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we nowliavaondlsplay in oUr1itiw roorni It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners attnbderato prices Tftie best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us cRichmond CarriapeWorks tf S L MIDRIFF Prop In Servia there is A soldier for every StatesIEatingPersons dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Oiire digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet This remedy is a never failing cure for indigestion and dvs pepeia and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of stomach or digestive tract When yon take ICoilol dyspepsia cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is as similated aud appropriated by the blood and SOld by E C Wines Fiftytwo minutes was the time taken between Dover and Calais by the new turbine steamer Queen recently x Terrible plagues those itching pest ering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans ointment cures At any drug store 1m Seventyseven percent of the women and but 62 per centof the men taking the civil service examination are able to pass it Dmmi iDner S ala Wm G White PUf against Dora Carr NOTICE tIlls OF HALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of n Judgment sad Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday October 8th J903 premlle1into expose te Public Sale to the highest and IJ st bidder the following described property viz A Certain Lot on Letcher Avenue Richmond Ky opposite passngerstationoftheLN lot of Mary Yates on the south by the lot of John Aibill on the wet by Letcber Avenue same being in the hllpe of a triangle and be byElizabethson County Clerks office producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TKRMSHale will be made on a credit six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with security for the payment of the purchase money to have the legalInterestserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S Eo St OTT M O M C C Special Commissioners Sale Margaret K Ayres ic PiE againstMargaret Ayres guardian c Dfs NOTICE OF SALE BY virtue of an order of the Madison Circuit Court entered at Its September Term 1903 the undersigned Special Commissioner will sell all of the land owned by Dr J Ayres deceased at his death The said will oe sold on the premises on Wednesday October 7 J903 about 2 oclock p m on sir and twelve months moneytodate of said sale and the remaining half twelve muuilis from the date of said sale the pur chaser to give bond with approved security or securities said bonda bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1904 and to be a lien Oil the land to secure the payment of same This land will be sold in three separate tracts and then as u whole and that bid which realizes the most will be accepted It embraces 200Ji acres more or less This Is a most desirable property It i under splendid watered improvementlhas good fencing well splendid dwelling house on It andotheront house good orchatd and if located near Col lege Hill and something lesJhan a mil from the lock and dam on the Kentucky river and Is piKePurchasersand see that it Is most desirable At the same time there will be eold a little tract of land upon which is a blacksmith shop on the College Hill pike T J McKINNEY Bpr Com 3t Moberley Ky Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES 100000PURSES October6th 3j i 4S S Grand Concerts Daily 5000 McDowell 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACESIThe Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads- R C ESTILL President E W SHANKLIN Secretary Low Rates West A bright future awaits you in The wonderful west Free lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home We want you to see for yourself and learn from the home owners andhome builders the chance there is for you On the Great Northern RailwayT- he following low rates will he in effect Sep tember 5th to November 30th ULIfTeeKalupell Montana r 2000 Spokane Washington iWenalcliee Wash 2250 Everett and Seattle WLioBrwkfaJ Nth oc Pacific Coast PT rf W Address any agent of thevGreat Northern Ry or MAX BASS F IW HIT N E y General Immigratjph Agent Geal Paw and Ticket Age 220 S CUrk St Chicago IlL SAINT PAUL MINN f I or R Public Sol QF i PERSONALTY Of Gen C M Clay Decd The undersigned State Bank Trust Co of Richmond Ky as Curator of the estate of Gen O M Clay decd will In accordance with an order of the Madison Circuit Court entered at its September term 1903 sell at White Hall the late residence of the deco dent to the highest andibest bidder his personal estate o- nThursday Oct 8t03 Beginning at 10 oclock am Said personal tv consists among other timings of many rare pieces of furniture in mahogany handsome mirrors beautiful oil some orIginalsbychased in Paris France four handsome imported China vases some marble statuary carpets also a library of about a thousand volumes some of the volumes being very rare a east of Horace Greely by Joel Hart and sun dry other rare and valuable articles There will also bo sold a lot of stock and farming implements TERMSAll articles bringing 10 or less must be paid for in cash for all sunlIt over SIC the purchaser will be to give note with good securi t fysale without interest Terms of sale must be complied with before moving the propertyDBank Trust Co- T D Cbenault Auct CURATOR Farm for Rent If rented privately I will on Tuesday October 6 J903 on the premises at 10 oclock a in rent for the year 1904 my farm con taming 334 acres of choice land near Duncannon railroad station in Madison county About 60 acres to cultivate in corn 70 for small grain and balance in grass This is a desirable farm and a great chance to make money Call on or address Mrs Mary Bates Miller 3t RICHMOND KY Low Rates Following rates in effect viaL N from Richmond One way secOnd class colonist rates to California daily until November 30 3770Special one way secondclass colonist rates to Northwest daily until Novem ber30Special Hopieseekers round trip rates to South and Southeast October 20 limited to 21 days from date- of sale Denver Colorado and return October 3 antI 4 limited to October 31 one first class fare plus 50 cents Louisville Ky and return one fare plus 25 cents Septeniber 28 to to October 3 inclusive limited to October 15 J W HAMILTON Agent ADDITIONS TO THE CHURCH Bible Students Evangelizing in the Mountains of Kentucky Lexington Ky Sept 25Reports received Thursday morning and an nounced from the chapel in the col lege of Bible of Kentucky university say that 1188 additions to the Chris than church were received in the mountains of Kentucky during tho summer by the Bible students A band of 20 students started out in June to do evangelical work in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky under the leadership of R B Neal of Gray son The mountain converts were baptized by the students The college authorities will endeavor to induce a larger number of students to Breach In the mountains next summer The students report that they were offered no affront by the mountaineers and were cordially received at all places It was also announced from the chapel Thursday morning that the endowment fund of the college had been in creased 64000 by small subscriptions during the summer The hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the Christian church will be celebrat ed at Cane Ridge Friday morning CoL Alexander Campbell jr son of the founder of the Christian church has organized a girls college in Lexington which opened its first session this week HIS DEATH WAS SUDDEN Prominent Kentucky Criminal Lawyer Succumbed In the Night Flemlngsburg Ky Sept 25Gllbar CassIdy one of the most widely known criminal lawyers in this portion of the state died of apoplexy at his suburban home near here Wednesday night He was engaged in a case at the courthouse Tuesday and was com plalnlng slightly Tuesday night on re tiring At 3 oclock Thursday morn ing he was found breathing heavily by his family and passed away beforo the arrival of a physician Cassidys grandfather was one of the original pioneers of the state and was a notod Indian fighter Will Locate a Church at Jackson Paris Ky Sept 25Moro than a thousand delegates attended the open- Ing of the Stat Sundayschool con vention Thursday unDer the auspices of the Christian church It was an nounced that the state missionary board has organized a church at Jacy son Brcathitt county the seat of the recent Kentucky feuds San Jose Scale on Fruit Trees Frankfort Ky Sept 25Prof H Garman state nursery inspector for Kentucky Thursday reported to tbo agricultural department that he has found the injurious and dreaded San Jose scale on fruit trees in several counties and a smaller number near Alexandria Campbell county Call us up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it goodorder for the coming season We flo good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubbAr tire anti guarantee same for one year See our new stock of Sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf K 1 MiDKJFF Prop Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone anti destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Heavens Versailles O For yeais he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doc Mlenhim oh his feet in short order arid llls- he testifies Im on the road to corn plete recovery ost on Mirth for liver ahd kidney troubles und all forms of OnlySOcIn the city of New York thereare only 737 477 white persons born of na tive parents The ministry is the only one of the OWlovrcrowd07 A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles raiBOver gravel diabetes seminal ssalffiions weak and lame beck rheumatism land all frregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles ichildren If notsold by your drug gistwill be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned prE W Hall sole manufacturer O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READTHIS Richmond KvFeb 9 1902 f Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have done bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dlscov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began ingI it today I weigh 176 pounds t feel better than Ihave In twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonxA RIDDEL Distress After Eating Cured GreensburgLasays Two vears ago suffered greatly rom indigestion After eating great distress would invariably resut lasting tor an hour or so and my nights WAre I concluded to try Kodol Cure and it cured me en tirely Now my sleep is refreshing and digestion perfect Sold by E U Wines 1m Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew IIFor IIONSUMPTJON A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottle free The Richmond Carriage Works S I Midkiff Proprietor calls your attention to his spring stock of carryalls surrles buggies etc They have never shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of bugtries wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MiDEiFJ1 PropI Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make a epecalty of fine repair work and emI tkmenlcunEstimates made if required We also have on hand a coin late line of upto date station wagons buggies runs bouts etc RichmondCarringe Works tf S L MIUKIFF Prop Congressman Timothy D Sullivan of New York was elected Grand Worthy Master of the Fraternal Order of Eagles RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Dissolution Notice The firm of Allmau t Gumbert has by mutual consent this day dissolved partnership Mr Allman retiring from the business Those parties knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call aud bettlt DRALLsiAN CJUS GUIERT August 15 1903 oct2 4t Farm for Sale A valuable and well watered farm known as the N G Todd place 6 miles east of Richmond Ky 2 miles from railroad station and postoffice with fine church and school facilities Farm con ta ins 256 120 acres well improved Address allcommunications to Mrs Nannie J Green l9autf BLDFFTON GA- 1 i p 1 SALES oooo A DAY WahesThis is the 1tersohi ft 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Second St WeaR s HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine ofevery CIne hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach hrhlchJalls of perfect digestion ferments and agalnsttheheart thatdstcmuacItroublandwisina fwrllleathlKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles onlr trhlj1IzaPr oar d by L 0 DeWITT A 00 OHIOAQO For sale by Perry Thomas One ye At Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes diflerin sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles p c cU8e Qea tetS R nmo No need to tear sudden attacks of cholera infantnm dysenterydiarrhoea summer complaint of any sort if you have Dr Fowlers Extract of wild strawberry In 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byJohn m fm I 1Ji rcc U r ScoICANblNQMAcflm1 KentucKy lIpterchanQeebJe Disk orShfe KY DISK FURROW OPENERS standsevenla andarcdJakKYRave areamadebe IL51pshareu L i5ViLrGaassxA3aai KYss SUMMER + Z Hot Springs ArkFor those who go to Hot Springs for the benefit location Health the summer is really the BestIimeHer f rtuha cookandthe most popular summer resorts ol the North is fulfilled in tS Valley of Vapors Physicians are united in the ni tht the wa1rsare morebeneficial during the Summer SEason s c7ONES RARE PLUS 200sft w Tript f 4 mmer r f Write for boiklets GEo1ILE O It iLitt1t Rockr1 Jc OiWf