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TIlERICHMOND CLIMAX tf Ii = j r tTOLUME30 p I RICHMOND MADISON CQUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 1903 f J NUMBLY 33 v PHONE 80 W 1 7I 7F 7f 7F7r m IGet YourMoneys Worth Lackey Hamilton + t et Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it D otners are iower ours quality consideredit is a rj your piivilege to profit by them j ti 3 But Fads from Such is not the ease 4Weadd something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry Mj and by keeping constantly in close touch with the large Wholesale Houses and Factories we are enabled to secure the latest and best values at the lowest possible xS MiK prices Our Dress Goods Department is now complete with all the newest things It in Black Goods and Novelties xlJiI See our Line of Fancy Waistings in t p Velvets Oxfords etc from + 25c to 1 Per Yard f l Be sure our of 71 Cloaks Furs making Selection 41StYl Quality and Price will please you1 HighestF ChiMrenH and Hoots Ladies and Mens Rubber We have just added to our Fall Stock very Nobby Suits for Men and Boys at prices that will cause to wonder how we do it Ji EveryT Overcoats Overcoat for Youths Overcoats for Bore 7FAMake we Coat to fit The best for tlin I Yours to Please and Before Lackey Hamilton 1 Cor Main and First Streets 0 Richmond Kentucky ffi1 V ct 7 77Z 71 ffi7 7 ih 7 w L OKUTOHEU G W EVANS Ptftni4bf t AND V A Magnif dent Stock of Goods V Everything for the home beautiful V can be found our store V r I I and our prices will suitI LJWe at home at Joplins old standon P l Main street and guarantee the best A t and most polite attentton cgive us a call Crutcher d Evans Main Street Richmond Ky 1oJ r e- DIR SMOKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE s8rt1 Refulmr Style Stay 12 thor In apart large strong highgrade heavily galvanized provides expansion contraction practically Never mutilate efficiently horses EVERY AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED manufacturers money fenced The price will advance 60 days D1D1 Shuck lford Co Forltent fiie Apply DmiitlrRCulrnn For fiirriilur piflcpeCorittOo Jar 100 for room home OanbsenatJlver Creek long rinpnr InICJWGATJM to see Line Minxes and Shoes MPDB KIIV and Shoed Goods some you for Men Quality own and fC JU y in are we 55 KCH Special flog lforse and Cattle Style apart Made of steel wires A n ply for and Is ever In ting goes wrons no matter hQw great strain is put on it D not but does turn cattle hogs and pigs ROD OF by the and by us Call see it Can show you how it will save you and fence your fields so they will stay in Two nice rooms on Main oh et to 2Ioctf Sale One snitn of heavy walnnt frur Will w II Too large bed in my Phone Nol five itt your LnilifB a 6 Stays 13 In or 6 In a s and Whats in a Name Everv hTifj is in a name whnti It com a tn Witch Hazel Save E n DeWitt Co of Chicago discovered nrne years aeo how ttf naknn salee from Wiwh Hnz lthnt i specific fo r Piles For lilimi hlp 1Inl Itching 8indhums bruises and all skin disease DeWitts Salve has no equal Thin hal given riqeto numerous wortlilo counterfeits Ask lot TeWIttsth geuujne I Sold byE a WinoBi In E CWINES DRUGSTORE 1 pricesl Lowest Pricesew 7 Every have Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to Hnnoilnde Hon D I forCongreeoclion O Gilbert subject to tlie anion of earnstlvIFOR OUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R Attoryparty ITCItOKKnnbect to the action of he Democratic party RBHACKlnFORDonntysubjecttotheatlonof FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W onCoulltyic authorized to announce R B Million subjectCOtYFJtUemocrstlcpartyFOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocratic CORIOOSsuounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONKS sublectWe are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER BnbJeetWe are authorized to annonnce A J ROSS a aubtMOROANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party OPAcounty subject to the act Ion of the Democratic are sut orized to announce ANDERSON forJallerofif the Democratic inrty IItENNFtDYofcountysubleetWe tire authorized to announce BUCK tOH SOS a candidate for Jailer of Madison ount subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce T R PARKE a cundldatx for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRlLTcounty subject to tile action of the Democratic oarty TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We am authorized to annonnce E P BEN Publicaction of the Democratic parly PEDWARDS totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN NOLANDi candidate for Superintendent of totheFOR ASSESSOR Je am authorized to announce J LRAKER of Blue Lto t Precinct as a candidate for Asses sot UbJoct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Asi e sor of dlson county partyIcraUc party =TO OTISB A COLD IJT ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature tin each box 25 rents Tile Salvation Army distributed diners to 25000 poor people In New York City Clirlstinas Day Cured After Suffering J 0 Years B F Hare fupt Miama Cycle Mfff Co AHddlotmvn O suffered for ten Years with dyspepsia He spout linndreis of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any permanent benefit He says Our night while fading exceptionally bad I WaR about to throw dawn the pvonjnc pappIpia Cure I concluded to try it and wbile I bad no faith in it I felt bettm aflrthie second dose After tisinit twr hottlet I am etroiigef and better titan haye been in years and I re recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Curt to my friend and acquaintances suffering from stom ach trouble by H 0 Wille- s11m MidSeason Fashion Gossi 11 HE authorities who rule the world of fashion seem to be allowed no rest for directly a mode reaches perfection the populace or rather the shopkeepers who sell at popular prices begin to copy and down comes a charming model to the level ot the public at large And then the origi nator of this particular mode evolves an otherThere are certain fashions and certain fabrics which never really get common I do not think the very wide Marie Antoinette bands will simply because very few people can make them and no matter how they are treated they must be more or less costly But whether they become ordinary or not nearly all the waistbands of the moment have much to be said In their favor they are neat tidy comfortable and becoming Sashes too arranged with a bone In the front and at the back with knotted ends usually finished with a silk fringe are a pretty finish to an evening frockThe young girl on her own allowance can do wonderful things now that the mode of the fichu is in predominance The fichu covers a multitude of sins In cluding the detects of the amateur bodice maker Some pretty Indian muslin mates an Ideal fichu And what a pretty finish this Is to a velveteen frock Therwe- by the way some lovely colors in thcr Inexpensive fabric Including the new shades of claret and tomato reds which are worthy of note A velveteen frock shadedI A DARK BLUE COSTUME OF SERGE WITH A BOLERO COAT AND MODISH PLAITED SKIRT try house parties and various quiet en tertainments Hairdressing at the moment admits of a variety of styles some of which are really charming It is impossible to lay down any hard and fast rules as to how the hair should be dressed or what should be worn in It A young Greuze like face looks charming with ribbons twisted through the tresses but it Is not a fashion like for the woman past her first youth The Parisian is wearing all sorts of fancy tortoiseshell pins which In them selves are often things o great beauty Flowers are worn sometimes but not sufficiently to say that It Is a fashion T IS easy to put good deal of money Into a party frock for a little tot with out overstepping the bounds of good taste but that Is only because hand work is expensive and the daintiest of the sheer little frocks are exquisitely made by hand Rich or pretentious trimming is altogether out of place but drawn work fagoting tucking in set fine lace delicate hand embroidery etc are altogether appropriate and lovely upon the dress of finest pain sook lawn mull or organdie If a mother puts this work upon her small girls party dress as a labor of love the dress does not cost much in money but if an expensive needle woman or outfitter of children makes the dress Its price will run up to a surprising so much hand work Is not essential to a pretty frock A very fine sheer material la demanded If the little garment Is to be successful This must be made very neatly and whatever work there Is on It must bet a very slight amount of work than quantities of machine ap plied trimming The keynote of the little childs frock should be dainti ness and a few tucks nrfatly run In by hand a little fine lace and insertion applied by hand a touch of fagoting hem stitching or smocking will give a fine nainsook batiste or mull an air of charming delicacy and childlike slmI pllclty Some of the soft sheer silks such as China and India silk mousseline and crepe de chine are made up into party frocks for children but are more appropriate for girls older ttin those we are connldering here The fine woollens tooalbatross nuns veiling cashmere et vare used In white or light colors for childrens dressy frocks and have the advantage of warmth but when all is said the ideal little party frock Is of sheerest white lingerie etuff made by hand and trimmed with narrow Valenciennes the real Valenciennes if that is within the possibilities For wear with these thin dresses little slips of sort silk or nne muslin Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bargerton Teun saw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used consumption was lwly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New DIe mediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the mOt certain pure in the world lor all throat rind lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and Trial bottles free at all drug stores 1m Walter Roby was shot and killed at aI dance in Scott county byTune 2Tutfer Nerve Is displayed by many a man enlur ling Of nuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore Fet or StiffJoints Bet theres no need fQr UBucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the beat Salve on Some types look extremely well with a single rose In the hair Jewels of course are always in vogue The low coiffure with a wreath or chains therein is charming provided it suits the individual wearer But the newest mode in Paris which Is extremely becoming to some women shows the hair arranged loosely and brushed back at the sides from the face the dressing be ing continued from the top of the head almost to the neck We women are becoming very sensible where the coiffure is concerned and we A DEMITOILti1TEI Trimmed with Chlflun Roses and Double Flounces Laco Vest Velvet Waistband and Bow realize that like the wearing of a full or nlaln skirt It is a matter which must be regulated by the Individuality of the wearerThe highwayman hat is charming with its gold and sliver braidings its cockades aud hundred sad one varia ttons but bow soon we shall tire or it when we see It produced with tawdry trimmings Gold or silver is Ideal for garnitures but it must be of the best and best only Furs as trimmings are charming The best skating frocks show trimmings of sable mink and even ermine the lat ter especially is very costly The cream and white cloths and corduroy velvets now In vogue are vastly improved by an edging of mink or sable though marten tail Is a good substitute it Is in slating frocks that we shall see the most perfect specimens of tlje short skirt It Is at Its best cut with a somewhat full frill round the feet which assists In giving that graceful swing that makes skating such a pretty pastime The new fur toque Is greatly elongated and tilted backward from a very high bandeau In front It Is suited to but few English faces though where it does suit It Is very becoming The great point Isi In many cases heavy silk cords will take thf place of gold and sliver on head gear and here too we shall see a new plaited silk braid I think steel will be rather a favorite trimming In the early spring but there will be no very distinct changes in millinery with the exception of the new fur hats and toques until the January sales are nearly at an end Party Frocks for Little Ones a figure- Fortunately fineBetter despairInto Wonderful alldniggists fallIIngdown are made and no childs wardrobe Is complete without several of these slips in white and in delicate colors All white is possibly preferred by the fastidious yeta sheer white frock worn over a pink china silk slip and with pink sash hair ribbons shoes and stockings is very charming Fine wandering trails of hand em broidery In white and buttonholed scallop edges are liked upon the l I white lingerie dresses and on the wool dresses too The buttonholed scallop edges supplemented by French knots fagoting or ether hand work are pop ular The long waist Is still favored for the party frocks though it has lost Itn vogue for less dressy garments Tho Mother Hubbard and shorter waisted frocks are worn too but there to something about the long walsted frock with its crisp outstanding dim inutive skirt that quite suggests fee tivity and is distinctly piquant Two flounces ordinarily lena th skirt and the long waist is tucked or platted In some way by hand the fin tucks often forming a little yoke cut slightly square round or pointed and finished with lace Then again tho skirt lp in one flounce Inset with many rows ot narrow lace and edged with lace J Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptnrua occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Lila Pills bytheirtroubles They not only relieve yoo but cure 23a at all drug stores Itn Miss Nanpie Dean was drowned while skating near Portsmouth O A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although ev1 ery joint ached and evoty nerve was reeked with pain writes C W Bella my locomotive fireman oi Burlington IowlhI was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down uf I WAS about to uiveunI fcitn bottle Electric Hitters and after taking it I Ml as well as Ieverdid in rriv lift Weak sickly run lown people always gain newlife strength and vigor Irti xl their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed byall druggists cents 1m GIRL PATS DAMAGES Jilted Swain Wins Breach of Prom ise Suit In London nBlLh Court Establishes Jifrr Legal llemril Comment of a Well Known Barrister on the Subject The case of Miss Constance Van der Bergb who was recently ordered to pay C250 damages for having jilted Frank Knight a cycle dealer of LonM don establishes a legal record which may encourage other swains whAo affections have been slighted to go and ao likewise The question naturally arises Why should not a man be compensated for wounded affections as well as a worn anAccording to a well known barrister who was asked to give his views on the subject the tear of being ridiculed out of court has been one of the chief fac tors in preventing men from reversing the usual order of things Breach of promise cases In which the plaintiff is a man are extremely rare he said and one farthing is not unusually the compensation award ed in such cases by an unsympathetic JUryTo sustain an action for breach of promise the plaintiff must show that he or she has been placed in a worse position either pecuniarily or other wise after the breaking off of the en gagement than that occupied before he or she entered into It A woman can generally point to trousseau or other expenses incurred in view of marriage If she has not incurred these expenses she secures moral damages on the ground that her chances of marriage are endangered If the plaintiff is prepossessing the Jurys sympathies will very naturally be reflected in the amount or damages awardedThere is another aspect of the case which may be taken Into consideration more and more in th spect of In my opinion qultp rightly ion Women are competing will ancU even ousting men In many branches of busiuess and young men are becoming more and more wary of marriage penses tie and Its consequent theI Marriage in fact is not the only business open to a woman nowadaysli If therefore a man can has lost t triswinLOST IN THE CATACOMBS Unplennnnt Experience of PArty of Tourists in the HUtorlc Under ground Gallerle of Paris A of tourists stEnglishrecently had an unpleasant experience in the historic catacombs which under mine the older portions of the city The party had as usual entered the cata combs by the Rue DenfertRochereau and In single file were proceeding under the leadership of a guide through a narrow gallery which runs toward the Montsourls Plain They had been walking for about a quarter of an hour when an English tIndianhuman remains and the inscriptions This halt divided the party into two and when the Englishman had concluded his examination the latter portion started on at a trot to join the leaders But in doing so they took a wrong turning and only after they had gone some distance did they discover their error The first portion of the little expedition was by this time far away and neither the guide nor its members appear to have taken any notice of the absence of the remainder of the party though the guides have orders to count the number of persons who go down into the catacombs and the number who come out For two hours the lest party wandered from gallery to gallery before they at last found an outlet The larJIts were much frightened and even the men =oy that the experience was not a pleasant one PEERESS IS DEVOTED TO FADS American Marchloneii i Formerly oi- Neir York Dotes Upon Unique awl Extraordinary Bed Sheet The young marchioness of Dufferin and Ava the daughter of John H Davis of New York has a most unusual fad for extraordinary and costly sheets which reveal continued surprises to her guests when they get to bed The marchioness has sheets of every description from every country in Eu rope and has designed a new pattern herself over which she is enthusiastic These sheets are made of lace and edged with ermine which in view of the in creased price of ermine this year arq very costly affairs No two people could be more unlike than the present marchioness and her motherinlaw the widow of the bril liant diplomat and writer The dowager marchioness is very serious and intellectual an authoress and an authority on many questions connected with wo mans work while dainty Flora Davis with her roseleaf complexion and limpid eyes is not credited with an idea in her pretty head outside the region of clothes and extraordinary fads A Deadly Dqcl In a late duel in Kentucky one of the combatants was instantly killed and the other was mortally wounded Th4 Parisian papers remarks the Denver Post will no doubt denounce this aa a foul blot upon the escutcheon of In nocent field sports r Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure giveeYelief in one minute because it kills the mi crobe which tickles the mucous mem- brano causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm and draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the aflecMd parts One Mm ute Cough Cure strengthens the Ihngi- w rds off pneumonia and is a harmless1 and never failing cure in nfl curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croqpj One Minute Cough Cureis pleasant to take harmless and good alikto or young and old Sold by E 0 Wines 1m Many hotel boarders were poiorfe at Cadiz presumably hy ptomaines SlJn i Twelve persons wore killed bjn Oifi explosion of fireworks In the village of BeslnaSpaiu ttftSul Atiepury clerk of th 1i8flonlnI1 pVeme Court has beeM writing a novel COR MAIN FIRST ctc-t ftInvestor are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the t ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and t Gold Mining and Milling Company BeltextendingWornJ I GlobeI IJ360 Acres in a compact bodywith undisputed title No debts of any kinddevelopment etill going onJin the mot modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand every claim will be a mine ore in sight on ev one Copper Uold Sliver and Lead all in paying quantities witn wood assays In Tin Uranium etc ryt JroulldIArizona and other parts of the westwhen Jwalt on we per now buy in the tJ ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Cot A SO Cents per Share Jv which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid anti nonassessable ProtJ AinsrNo salaried officers to pay Dividends paid when mino is producing As an investment guaranteed abso lutelv safe It fa not offered as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in price The Gen A t eral Manajjer states From present indications stock should be at par before the close of the year The in 71 vestor will notice that Having the United Verde Senatof larks mine with its BillionDollar Ore Body inIJ Sight on the northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Bisbee and other mines operated J Phelps Dodge Co who have turned their attention from banking to niinjni because it pays better that this as an T nvWg Opportunity of the Present 3 tfFor further lnformationaddress WI ROBT M FOREE CPres arid Gen Mgr Main Officer Ulobe Arizona Ic41c crr rr Weatv Xj HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every 101canIndlIgesllon theheartthatdellcaloIhadstomachrouble fourtaacthaKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous rain and the heart of all pressure Eottla only S Ion Size holding 2K time tho trW size which selb for Sac Pnpcnd by a 0 DWITT 6c CO OHIOAQO Far sale by Perry Thomas DONT your money away for the kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as P fireproof building Tis bet tel for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP a aQ Xiotxv B itt1yvL11i Oo1 Ca Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone J 84 A VestPocket Doctor- Nverln the way no trouble to car ry easy to take pleasant and never tailing in results are Dewitta Little Burly Risers A vial of these little pillH in tho VESt pocket is a certain ttiiJirantee against headache bilious new topid liver and all of the ills gultinir from constioation They reI and strengthen the liver Sold 7 QWinc 1m t Toot of OU Mexico Via B 0 S W nnder personal ce Qot The American Tourist Aflsbcia ton Selected Clfentele Limited All rpxclusiveflirivlieges Independent fray eL Special Pullman Vestibriled Train iBafrgage Jr wing Room Compartment Hibrary and Music Room and- tttelflIQLIE open top Observation Car JOhililitlL aicketB including all ex JJCDBCB e rywhere Leaves January SS 1004 Forr information address pp McCarty G P A I1 vf Wht OSWCincinnatiO qt1 rent Apply to ltablfor Mrs AC Buchanan It Thopatent n edrpine men will form llsltopryitl1ri iuttiiigof tho price- sQfitllQlY5f5 j aii1 l 1illed and another i- sUyingtj znl of a fight over a dog HORiq j tylOi fFfiJ IAtt u Sale JdztfifoJr top oftice desk ro e i1ll1rpwAiltthree otbor good cechai an1her ltoft8 l tf G W 1J f t jj0 JOS D WHITHAM SecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado WA Vice PresidentJBranch Office 910 Bldj Chicago AReminder That we are right in the push our superb stockofst I 1 f f D1 oodsy arry a complete line of Notions beautiful Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat LaceGive us a call andw give you s Jnlmgs WM actiO ifly S nteand Second RICH Miter Ma KENTUCKY D 1 Big iutPNa1 Co ORUANL Shippers of 0 K t AInitt oa1 +++++t+ + ++3++ ++++ I i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i J Jgrate without any attention I ++ I ++++ +++++ 44 +++++ ++++ ++ ++++ a l RUBLANTOI I DEALER IN 1 Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30lyrPhone 85 FLOUR maidTFWhere are you going my pretty To purchase flour kind sir she said Whatkind of flout my pretty maid 7f Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Ill go yoijmy pretty maid 4 Youll never repent it sir she said he never repented in all his life i For he took Elliston Patent Flour hometo his wife i IMl L ht Elliston EE Company Phone 166 3 WACO KY s Wool Carding in Season RI PANS TabulesI Doctors find A good prescription For mankind- The 5 cent packet Is enough for usba ocfcasidns The family bottle fidcenUcontuna a supply tara year All drBwIslB sell theta i H Thompsonja weUJm wnch- llit of Millerstmrgidied ins Lexington plt l Y FRANK Tacoma Illinois with will Them with And Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew I ForgNgVMlTION OLB8 see PriceI 0 ILMonsvbackWltfa a 4 i c 1mmmmmmnI t t t s Er j 1T- iJJATTOllNErSA r S S S f AV voe OBI Itf x 1 he CHENAOLT President ILLERm Editor Mankccr WEDNESDAY JAN 1904 PUBLUIUK1 EVERY WBDNIC8UAV The Co Incorporated FOR JAILER Ve are authorized to announce DBRINOBK candidate for Jailer of Madison county aubleoi the action of the Democratic rty IN a recent interview Sena tor with the follow ing All the Democrats with whom I come in contact at the National Capitol are firmly im bued with the belief that we have brilliant of success next year if we act with discretion and wisdom Senator Gorman is most prom inently spoken of for the nomination for President and I am satisfied that there is an sentiment in his favor in my State I think that tariff re form and an honest econom ical of thegov ernment which is rapidly growing to a mark under rule fraught with reckless and cor ruption in every direction will be two of the most yCj portant and potent issues jjyijust the affairs Ios or invite cer4n overn m iitat and disaster 7 LI V GTON KY a number of late arrivals which we did not have time to dis play during the last few days of shop ping They were not only for gifts but just the articles to the home at all times Let us you rare J MAIN AND BROADWAy ICY gi t Neckwear ft rair or A 0f 0 A I gi 1 Umbrella HatA 0 S5 5 fl iA 1T anciKercnir J 0e5J44 0 oox S S 0g ICALL AT5 0 S S TRIBBLESSS S Main Street Richmond Kenti 5 S jitucky as 0 S 0 9 C5SI55S5S5S5SSIvS j j a S e a Richmond Climax O A D 6 Climax Printing Announcements Q W it to p McCreary concerning Democratic Presidential prospects U prospects Democratic overwhelming administration twobilliondollar Congressional Republican expenditure 4JhaveoftmJimdon oldfashioned Democratic- conz4ria1 I F1ieiCo11 I VB all Christmas appropriate beautify show these bargain- sC1F1BrowerCo1 I tiJtGTOi1 OR 0 Nice f 005AINICe uioves Nice Pair Shoes Nice Dress Suit Case NiceI 00 0 I 1 1 a 0 5 0 0055s00 0z S 0e t 1ooWsWe j I THE tobacco trug ning to show it J trust is beginMts emine D1lI4tosJV its hand with re s e unsatisfactory to thoseHgeling the weight of thatienufeiv A Louis viJIe pub1 ationTheAmerican Tobacco Company will wield the axe witficon siderable force among its salesmen traveling out of this city It is stated on good au thority that the district manager of the company will be transferred to Columbus Ohio It is also said that the branch here will be reduced in importance and effectiveness by the withdrawal of all but three of the salesmen oy solicitors traveling out cf Louisville The change inlo cal affairs is due to the d sire to curtail expenses whi hare onsidered useless in view ofi the fact the company already has its trade in this ection well in hand and cnsiders its interestsiofsufficient strength to dipejse with a number of jtssasmen1 In plain words hetobaceo trust having crushef out all comp- eitioniowdischargingt its mplgyes tlecaut its busi nesstisstrong enough to take ref Great is the ttajLty3lasgow Times TiaE Kentucky Register changed hands on January 1 essrs Thomas H Pickels IP Ad Joe A Myers having leased the plant for a term of years These gentlemen have been connected with the above paper for some time past and both thoroughly acquainted with newspaper work In the capacity of editorMr Pickels has proven himself most capa bleandefficient being aclever writer He will continue to do the editorial work Mr Myers will be general business manager Under the change the Register will remain Democratic We wish for our esteemed contemporaries success in their adven ture T C ALBRITTON of Louis ville revenue agent for the Stateatlarge will contest the appointment of Mr J A Fu qua of Owensboro as his successor to beofficially made by the State Auditorelect Hager on Monday next Re tiring Auditor Coulter has recently appointed a number of agents and the action of Mr Albritton means a contest in the courts by all of Coulters appointees A RELIGIOUS play was sub stituted for a regular night sermon in a German Lutheran church in Baltimore 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science lias been able to cure in all its stages and that ia Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the Catanh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous destroyInjtgiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work The proprie tore have much faith in its curative powers that they offec one hundred dollars for any cage that it falls to curt Sendfor list of testimonials Addres F J CBXMEY A co Toledo OhioSold by edl drugglts75c fyllc Fmily Fill re tbe tort M se e 0 hsosss Attorney West Ho19The Richmond papers Responsible For Small- Pox I in EiILsLast Thursdays Estill County Her- dai contained a contribution from the pen of County AttfSrey L A West uotifyiDg the citIns of Estill county oi the prevalnncpjpf amall pox In that section The fcfllojvinp paragraph from tlib Hernld vltt be of interest to our renders as e would infer from Mr Wests solution of the situation RIch- mond is the rfuly place where their CitI- zens could possibly have contracted the disease He Bay- sTtieLoutsvilJj Atlantic railroad- S running what fa called a court day train to Richmond on the first of each atteattnfln It Wes through this channel j iat the small pox WHS brought to our county and the further assurance on the part of the RichmondIewspalers that the epidemic was so well in hand at that place that there would be no danger whatever in taking or contract ing the disease The result has sadly proven otherwise We do not believe that business interests 01 Richmond or the L A railroad justify any such representation and for a city through its newspapers to misrepresent the con dition of health ir such A way as to lead citizens of another community lo it and Apend their money when there and at the same time contract a loathsome disease is a business method will hardly be approved by any community Those who have been in any way exposed to the disease should con fine themselves strictly to their own own homes and not circulate among others until all possible danger Is pastThe CLIMAX reereta that Estill has become iifected with this loathsome disease yet we do not believe in stop ping the trains now running through the city of Irvine because they have a few cases of smallpox Should all townsInlectedbusiness would come to a complete standstill While Mr West finds cause to roast In a mUd way the L A railroad for running what is called the court day thenew8papersance that the epidemic was so well in hand that there would be no danger thediseaseasleep or frightened out of his wits Mention of the smallpox in Richmond newspaperheroweeks after the fateful 1 excursion aida statement signed by Hoalth publishedsrivJnjt tpthatcity through its newspapers to misrepresent the condition ot health in such a way as to lead citizens ot another community to come to it and spend their money while there and at loathsomediseasehardly he approved by any communI- ty The CLIMAX thoroughly agrees dinRlhmondnewspaperahasmllrepre8ented as he states that the papers assured the people of Jistill county that 10 danger yhadthedateIn commenting on the statement of the Health Officer the CLIMAX stated rpisolatedalarm from theexistence of the disease We CAn truthfully say that thia is the condition of affairs to this date but wbpn people heedlessly walk upon contagious diseases what may they expect but to contract the malady If Mr West will come to Richmond he can in less time than be consumed in writing the above article be enlighten 8maUpfxfouLd lcm of Affttk Decteto Appealtlhaa ofJamesry 6 the esof Curtis Jett slid Tom White for January 18 and the cue of Mack ORear ol Fayette county for January 16 On the first day of the forIfor tfe warder of GeT Geebel J To the Public patroltshaslittle or ito sprinkling is now being done the daily consumption of water amounts to quite as much as in hot dry summer weather Each consumer in Richmond Kentucky is using ou nn average about one thousand gallons pork day which is about live times what each con sumer should use or what is generally used per diiy by consumers ul Lexington and ofeher places for domestic purposes Single consumers purpoQsThis some consumers leaving their services open and permitting continuous flow OumpanyOCteand as this Compaiiy required to Inrnish winter for fire protection to the innabitanltB of the city if this waste is not prevented it ile forced to the alternative of either maintaining an extra man at the pumping station to pump water each night for patrono to waste or to out off the pressure from the t iVi r It has concluded to do tilt latter and will in the future and espHoially on cold nights when the thermometer is below freezing turn off the pressure from the tower so that the towHr will remain full ofwater for any emergency This will leave enough water jnthe mains fur all purposes but when the pressure will be removed ulf services left open will be apt to freeze and burst Ye have begun an inspection uu aud propose to put nil consumers who waste winter on meters Durmgthewater for all purposes though because ot the lungdri ught th water supply of many cit es in thanid other states gave out thus caiHinu great inconvenience and injury to business This cinipany proposes in the future as in th past to furnish an abundant supply of water umtwwusk our putnuH aud all good citizens to hid us in enforciiig the rules of the company and to prevent the extravagant waste of water J Dee 80th 1903 Respectfully 1 11lRLCHMOND J rERkrQJfvo TIThe Week 7 Ofrayer tThe ftifas tog jcHijfjliBbnbf iot1Prl1yergeiicnnlhhtritice ffir JMIH ITlllCfidl States Moniday January 4 The War ran the Privilege the Power off the Present Need of Worldwi Intercession- fC Tuesday Jiinuar 5 The Church of Christ the One Body of Be lievers Called ol 3d to Win th i World to Christ j Wednesdny January 6 All Nations IlId leiples the One Human Fainm Loved of God Thursday January 7 Mision Home uud Foreign Depart mentH uftheOiiH Evangelizing Effort Under the One Gieat Commission Friday January 8 The Pam ily a Divinnly Prepared Found atiou of Societys Existence mud Wellbeing The School Called of God as Prime Agency of Mor al and Intellectual Training Saturdav January 9 The En thronenient of Christ On Earth the Only Hupu ot Humanitys Highest Welfare Sunday January 10 Sermons The Holy Spirit Gods Free Gift If ye then lieing evil know how to give good gifts unto your childt ren how much more shall Vour Heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to thm that ask Him Luke ii 18- LEANDKU T CHAMBERLAIN President During tint week Union Prayer Meetings will be held as follows Monday Baptist Church Dr Dudge Tuesdiiv let Presbyterian J W Crates Wednesday Christ ian G W Stiephnrd Thursday Methodist Ii McLollun Fridiyt2nd Presbyterian J GarveyzSec Ministerial Assn Of Richmond Other County papers please copy ihe Next zooS luiajr We are to have is a play that If shorn of all its other attributes but one seen would still b worth the price of admis sion charged for it The play is Thel ma wbicfi conies to the New Opera House tonight and the scene is that at the tomb one of the most inspiring and strongly dramatic pieces of work 01 the decade It is an incident of thit story to create a lasting impression and yet it is bnt one of thi many clever scenes of the story which is from the pen of Marie Corel li one of the most forceful writers the world has ever known For this season which is the third successive one of this play we are promised a most capable company DEATHS FOB uNMr Whittf W Forman died at his home in Paris last week from paralysis He was advanced in years and had been in ill health for some time Deceased was a brother to the late Dr Ezekiel Forman formerly of this city and an uncle to Misses Mary and Carrie Forman who fre quently visit Lore He ws known all over the State as a most excellent banker and bookkeeper CKAWFORD After a long illness Mr RoM W Crawford died at his home Oak View near Kingston on Sunday morning December 27 at 5 oclock Deceased was thirtythree years old and unmarried He had been for twenty years a member ot the Chrie tian church The funeral services conducted by Rev Hugh McLellan ol Richmondwere held at Mt ZIoi church Monday morning at 11 oclock thence interment in Richmond cem tery beside his sister who died a few months before- RUPAItDMrs Ed Rupard died A- ther home in Montgomery county Ins Friday after a lingering illness of con sumption Her remains were Draught to this county Saturday where they were interred in the College Hill ceme tery beside those of her mother who died a good many years ago Rev Fro accompanied tho remains and conduct Ad the services at the grave and in a short but beautiful and touching address told of the beauty and Christian faith of the young life that had been called above Deceased was twenty yeas old and vg a daughter of Mr George Lewis who formerly resided at College Hill Her mother was a Miss Adams daughter of Rev P F Adams of this county To the bereaved young hnstund and the heart broken father especially is our sympathy extended FOR the Republicans to re fuse to nominate Roosevelt would place the party as Colonel Watterson would say betwixt hl and the iron WOrkS However the Democrats propose placing them there or thereabouts anyway Cynthwna Time fitlllts1Krp I 3Mr Wi PTrewStt is on the sick list as fe also Mr Gidy Williams Miss Nettie Pond is preparing to gu West about the first of March Miss Belle Snow lIen is entertaining Mlts Kate Cooper of Winchester- A son of Mr Sid Broaddus tellard suffered a broken arm anti dislocated shoulder Misses Brnokshire of Clark county are the guests of 1lr and Airs G W Shepherd Mrs Ella Burton Jenning of Dan ville is the nucstof tier parents Mr and Mrs G W Burton Ir Glencoe Snowilen of the Louis ville Mrdicnl allege has iweui visi ing his father Dr Juhn Snowden Rev Powell of the Christian churcho who received another call preached his farewell sermon last Sunday R S Brown e torstake poHsessiiin the firs of February Miss Ora Heuilren who has heen visiting during the huljdwill be primary teacher in the Institute this y ear Pnenmonia is prevalent hero There are more cases in and around Kirksville than was ever known for this time of year Prof Peckham spent tine holidays with his home folks but returned in time for the reopening of school on January 4 thhiOilS enroute to the warehoiiRpnf Sim mona and Beasley at Paint Lick Mrs P Byrum fell and suffered a fractured rum which caused her nunht pain hut under the skillful treatment of Dr Stio wden she is doing nicely Since the beginnlngof the New Year Squire Collins Coy has bought nut Walker Tevis and hRM opened up a firstclass grocery store and warehouse Quite a number nf our hove mate re tururd from the Wet and report ex tremely cold weather there the timer monieter registering 18 drgreva below eroeMr Hughes who lives near here is quite sick at this writing and three others of his family are down with pneumonia Dr Fry is their attend ing physician The Institute flourishing having ooened with flattering prospects and quite a number of new pupils are count ing in for the spring term Prof Sim mons will add to his corps of taachew Rev J 11 Bruce pastor of this Baptist church has gone to Texas His church granted him a vacation on ai count of his health He expects to visit Dr and Mrs L B Oldham in Mu kogee Indian Territory before his return home which will be abjut the first of March Dr John Snowden lisa rented the store room of Mien Nettie L Pond and has fitted up an elegant omce He will give our community the lenefit of the Xray machine which Is n great blessing to BuBering humanity Dr Snowden is a sktlllul phvsiclan and surgeon and comes to out town highly recommendedMATRIMONIAL HABRiaLAMB Mr Robert Harris and Miss Nora Lamb both of the Mob erly neighborhood were united in marriage last Wednesday by Rev A J Fribble at hula residence on thu Irvine pike EDWARDSROVCK Another surprise iu the form of a marriage was created last Tuesday when Mr Howard Edwards of Paris and Miss Nancy Royce ot White Hall slipped over to Lexing ton where they were married that night by President Burrus A Jenkins m his residence The young couple re turned to this city Wednesday andS were dnven to the brides home in county The groom who is a strukiungh lianusomu young man is a native ol Bourbon but of late years has spent a greater portion of his time in other places He has often visited here and is well liked by a large circle of acquain tance His bride is a daughter of Mr Sam Royce a prominent farmer of this county She is very popular with all who know her The OuuAx Joints in with congratulations HILL GUTTER Tomorrow afternoon at three oclock a pretty wedding will be solemnized at the College church when Miss Olivia Glitter will become the wife of Mr Dillard Hill The ceremony will be said by Rev E O Beck The bridesmaids will be Misses Sal lie Powell and Annie ErmJe and the groomsmen Messrs Armer Hisle and Quinn Covington Tine accomp1l14hedI a daughter of Mr and Mrs G W Hinter The groom is a son of Mr Mitt lUll and is one of thus moRtprosperous young farmers in the county He Is popular with a large circle of friends Tomorrow night rut elegant reception will be tendered tine hnppy couple at JIaDalld1W JJersDont cheap cough medi yersCherryrecord It has sixty years of CherryPectoral cures Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles 0 I hue found that Ayert Cherry Pectoral U the beat trtdlclne I can prescribe for brtfn thltl influenza eoaitli M Loozu MD Ithac N T ciOc too All driireltSw for JCoAT Lowell ncoI I Bronchitis constipation ADD IMBEDDED IN TONGUE Xilwanke MaJI lloflrr Ho InoouT n lone But Tells Pl 7 lcjE iTtfit u Uaa Uu1se IWittiv8xnbei mouthpiece of a pIpe Jnchandahaflonglmbed4edInhlsrt ufferIngno inconvenience whatever lJosepglJriisr 34 years old of Mllwau doctor concerning n aUght bruts9 Olt ztiiewhen the lIe Qt Iffueeelgqtll2fotan Inch 1f1 diameter was found 1Dlbed ed lh us c nterof the thick part of the tongue tarS Back in the mouth and completely hidden from sight Only a slight puncture about the size of a pinhead could be seen by the physician on the first examination and so bewildered was the patient when the long stem was finally removed and shown to him that his first exclamation was Look around In there doc I lost the pipe and maybe the whole thing la laying round In there somewhere Two months ago Lefkey was return ing to his home from the shop where he worked and was smoking his pipe while on the rear platform of a car when a sudden lurch threw him from his feet and he plunged headforemost to the ground He was bruised but soon got to his feet and spent several minutes looking for his pipe which he had lost dont know whether I or my patient was the more surprised when I pulled ut the pipe stem said the doctor He- adh talked all right and suffered no Inconvenience whatever and nothing but just a little spot on the upper part of the ngue could be seen to show that there was anything at all the matter with the organ I had no difficulty in getting the stem out after I once found what was the matter and Lefkey is working again PROVES THAT LOVE IS BLIND South Chicago III Man and Indiana Maiden Who Have Never Seen Each Other Are to Wed Theodore Yager of South Chicago Ill Recording to his Uatement Is preparing a surprise party for himself He Is to be married to Miss Bertha Hoff of Bourbon Ind whom he has never seen although he has been engaged to her for more an three years Yager was a student at Purdue university five years ago He roomed with another young man who received letters at intervals from Miss Hoff One day he offered to wager his friend hat he would receive a reply were he to write to the young woman The wager was taken and upon writing he received a reply Both young men continued to write to the girl until they were graduated when Yagerjs friend went to Denver Yager lost track of him but kept up the correspondence with the girl He came to Chicago to work at Grand Crossing and while here became engaged to the girl whom he had never seenWe have agreed not to meet each oth r until the eve of the wedding said Yager and make a surprise party out of it I have always held that looks count for very little In affairs of the heart and would have been willing to marry Miss Hoff even had I never received her photograph I may add he continued that I was in no way disappointed when It did come to me- NTERNALI ORGANS REVERSED Unusual Case Found In Boston and One Without n Known Precedent In the United State There is a case now under observation in a Boston hospital of a man suffering with a fractured patella and whose every organ of the chest and lower body Is transposed yet performing in a perfect manner the functions the physical mans peculiar condition has roused the greatest curiosity in the medical fraternity in Boston as no case parallel to this has been recorded In the annals of medicine in the United States as far as can be learned A member of the hospital staff said This man proved to be one of the most astounding instances of transpo sition that ever cune to the notice of the physicians in thin portion of the country He had been brought to the hospital suffering from a fractured knee pan and some hours later upon examination by the Internes of the hospital his heart was found to be on the right side of the chestUpon further examination into the patients condition it was found that all the organs of the chest and abdomen had developed in positions contrary to perfectlyat tii Shakespeare Out of It A New York theater manager declares that this man Shakespeare has written himself out But perhaps It is immaterial to Inquire remarks the Louisville CourierJournal whether the condition thus complained of it dud to the fadt that the playwrtter has written himself out or that the playactors have acted him out Right Sort of a Girl The Cincinnati girl who married a poor young man who thought her poor also remarks the New York World and then informed him after marriage that she is worth 500OuO seems to be of the good od American variety of girl who was not in the market fliT counts of no account 0Take Ht Word for It A preacher whose salary is 400 per annum and who has lately become the father of triplets declares that he la contented and thankful It will have to go at that says the Cincinnati Enquirer for nobody likes to call a minister the gospel a liar Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For SfSUMFTIOW I QUOH and OUBS A PerfectI Cure SIc rib1 ILH I For All Throat and llLung Troubles MOM hack if It talk Trial BettH fuH I u- T tt A tt LADIES FANCYWhite Handkerchiefs Ladies hemstitched handkerchiefs + open work pattern at 5c Each 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs i inch hemstitched f border embroidery in each corner at v Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with i- nr val lace 6w Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkerchiefs inch embroidered f hemstitched v Imported Swiss Mull soolloped edges richly embroidere in- L novelty designs at jIw Fine quality Swiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace 4n very effective at y 4C Lads nnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at JOc t1Oci5c 25c J 25c15cc Jv H Gents Handkerchiefs and Mufflers GwitiEpUi white Hamlkfircriefs 5 Gents high grade well finished Oambri Handkerchiefsiit1 lnchhmstitched borler in Persian figures and Oriental designs lOc each Ued almost rxclu Ia1 sively for pillow tops sweeping caps komonas and dressing sacks very effective and absolutely tfastcolors GENTS rrK FINISFIEDHANlKFRflHIEFSEXceldaTlis isanevoabrfc which retains the 25c4tMufflers lull size Iar- gasortrnepufeooredphtitLt ar25 frgCaSsortjm ntJSilk and Wool M nfllera at 49u each LADIESWHnEVPROJJS from 25 toKfec TOILET STIRRORSFrench bevel plate glass solid WIhrn carviM frame al 149 TOWELS at 5 and lOc each Extra heavy linen Towels full Jbleached center figured In white damask designs hnndxomn border of bold floral designs in white fitanct color can boo used BB an ornamental scarf at 25c each Extra fine quality pure Linen Towels bleached woo in a new range of large flowers two rows of hemstitching at bottom at 49c t Table Linens and Napkins in Match Setst jj 1e A purchase from you ic all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best VwltY tS buy all kinds of merchandise is fromcJile 1g s EN 1fllflirUCKYJCor Main and First c n jr J NoticeITht L A railroad will BOOH be in a position to tnrnish bioken stone ail scrpeniofI from fine quality limestone in inr load lots lor turnpikes drive wava and walks For prices 1311IIn or aldntw A C HONE Gen Man Verwdllee Ky ICtltf Are You Going to Floilla Winter Tourists tickets on sale via Queen Crescent Route Southern Railway and connecting lines to points South Southeast and Southwest at re lured rates good returning May 31 1904 Tickets can now he purchased to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Lookout Mountain antI Atlanta re turning via Asheville and the Land of tho Sky with Kttpover pnvil ien For mien aucl information ddps G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rineareoti G P A Cincinnati 6jlm N w O iallo ONE NIGHT ONLY JA Society Event of Much Im 1o1LnC- eWednesday Jan 6th hase lark Kenningtons Magnificent Scenic and Elec trie Production of Marie Corellis Most Popular St- oryTheltna A Norwegian Princess Over 1000000 copies of this book have been sold A story of fascinating and absorbing i nterestSA complete and perfect cast Elegant costumes for the ladles to alniireA scenic production Prices 25 50 and75c Seats on sale at Perry A Thomas drug store For Sale IOna 3M yearold saddle and harness mare Will take corn antI hay 7tf G W GATES for Rent I desire to rpnt for the year 1904 aI residence with good garden and blmik smith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on or aeldrA8IJohn 25ntf Foxtown KyI Notice to Creditors Ail parties having claims against estate of Charles End1 deceased requested to present same prop verified on or before January 20 IS same will be barred lor 1614t J W HISLB Adm Stops the Cough and Works o2 cord TrI Cold Wave CorningAnd on account of the coal strike the price of wood is up and coal is higher than ever known We have not ad vanced on the price of GAS Gas is the cheapest fuel If you are contemplating the heat question call aud see us Richmond Water and Light Co kgtv4Great Values inS Fall Merchanidse3 t t New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our jT store immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and beter selectedstocksnr therifi see we you not exaggerated Sthat the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city 6 WHITE GOODSIt will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton jc t Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an nhagant Jcollection of Scotch Vestinfjs in white and all colors also Fleeceliiied Piques and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery SWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in t feltbeaverHOSIERY iEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lislethread 6 thekindClothing and Shoe Department 3Dontfail to inspect this department as they are brim full of harjains We t theright 1at all prices Come and see them I Cirbasejtient is full of Carpets and Oil Clot sattlie rightt ci tJS Respectfully SubtnitteH iJtothcCashTrde 1 EIECJ ti Our Line of Vehicles i offeringspecial Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call 1fijiTvttekia damacta VJDoxVa RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE IBS FRE- SIIthoceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 6 1904 Write it 1904 now Moving is the order of the day Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr have moved into their home on Fourth atreetMr and Mrs H P Reid have moved into the cottajpj on North street owned by Mr Weaver Capt Frederick Pabst president of the Pabst Brewing Company died last week at his home in Milwaukee Mr Rufus Stone and family have movt d into the new cottage on Fourth street recently built by Mr Jeff Stone Dr 0 J Hales has removed his office from the Collins building to the front room over Rice Arnolds shoe storeA Etone chapel will be built entirely by girls who attend Rosemary Semina ry in Connetticut No man will be allowed to assist in any way WiIIgingrs line ot pictures is superb He has all kinds and all prices I mean you Please call and set tie your respectfully Cjliiio JONES MEBSHOX Colonel ViII S Hays Kentuckys poet laureate river editor and verter an steamboat man was stricken with paralysis at his home in Louisville last week General James Jou street the last Lieutenant General of the Confederate Amy with the exception of General Gordon died at his home in Gainesville Ga Saturday A newly married couple who re ceived among other things a pretty piece of crockery as a present used it an a migar bowl two weeks before they found out It was a cuspidor Colonel Hart Gibson one of Lex ingtons best known men and a promi nent breeder of thoroughbred and trot ting horse died Sunday at the home ot his daiightnr in St Paul He was 69 years old and was an Adjutant Gen eral in the Civil War HereH a problem that lays Anns age In the shade If Johnny Jones has seven dugs and every dog is white and fourteen cats come chasing round each One as black as night and each two cats has eighteen lives less three de stroyed by rats how many lives must three dogs take before they kill eight cats Thclma is the next attraction an nounced at the New Opera House It appears tonight and will be interpre ted by a capital and most acceptable lint of players The story by Marie Cnrelli ot which this is adramitization is one of tier best and most rend and the delights of the story have only been enhanced by being transferred to the stage e S t r9J It is like stepping into an art studio to enter Willgings store He has the most com plete line of pictures ever in the city Prices to suit all pocket books Rev J W McGarvey will preach at Antioch next Sunday morning and on each second Sunday throughout the present year Mr R G Engle and family havpI moved Into the Bennett property on Main street recently vacated by Mr M M Miller the latter having moved into the Stone Walker house on Lan caster Avenue Reunion The National reunion of Elks will be held at the Burnet House in Cincin nati during the week ot July 18th Preparations are already in progress bribe occasion which promises to be a big affair Purchased a Farm Mr C H Maupin formerly of Estill county but for the past yeara resident of Madison has purchased the Young er Norris farm three miles from this rty on the Irvine pike containing 232 acres paving for same 9000 A New Coal Yard Richmond is to have a new coal yard which will be opened in Febru ary by the J W Zaring Grain Mill Co The yard will be located at the mill We wish these gentlemen much success intheir new undertaking Fire at HU SterlingIMt Sterling was visited by a disas trous fire last Friday there being four large buildings destroyed The Meth odist church was also badly damaged The loss amounted to 135000 Two deaths occurred trom falling walls A tOrrcctlon In our last weeds issue we published an account of a fight between Sam James and Henry Collins We stated that the tight occurred in Mr H G Creekmores saloon which was a mistake as Gus Delmntha was the scene of battle Stockholders Heetlnf The annual meeting of the stockhol ders of the State Bank Trust Co of this city will bo held on Tuesday January 12 1004 at the flank for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year R E TuRLEY Cashier New Position Mr A Burton Paris who resigned at Covington 5r Banks has assumed his new position with the State Bank Trust Company Mr Fans is one of the most polite and uptodate of our young business men and we wish him success in his new werk Court Day County Court Monday was not as well attended as usual but business in most all lines was good considering the small crowd in town The two stock yards reported 500 cattle each on the market with prices from 3 to 33 cents per pound The horse and mule mark et was also quiet very few sales being made lays a farm A special from Mt Sterling to the Louisville Times of Monday says The Hon John Chenault of Madison county State Insurance Commissioner and his brotherinlaw Nelson Gay of Clark have purchased a well stocked and improved farm in Virginia containing 21 00 acres for26000 MrChenanlt will remove to Virginia after the expi ration of his term of office Ready For Business We desire to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in this i sue of Messrs Huguely Harber xncceFsors to E Deatherage Co These gentlemen will conduct a first class grocery in the same place occupied by the old film They are well known over the county and will no doubt receive a liberal patronage They invite our people to call on them and promise the most polite and prompt attention NEWFIRMHaving t J J ness of E Deatherage Co we are C now ready to supply the public with j everything desired in the general A Grocery Line AWJ to J the splendid reputation made for this house by Mr Deatherage We willalso j C carry all kinds of field seeds in season it We cordially invite the people of Rich T mond and Madison county to give us a J liberalshare of their patronage C Very Respectfully Hurber Huguelg c Successors to El Deatherage Co o Lt i J tt t t 2k Ai c Deep Cuz in Suig an Cyercoats o i SL kMvA i In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we havemade the most remarkable Y price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room later so weve made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Oar loss is heavy and your gain will be equally great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale + 18 2O- c 2250 25 for 15 5Gothrough our great stock and take you choice oi all the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted fitti1 I25OChoice J5 Choice for Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the fjV very latest stylemany of them handtailoredall go for a songJOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a tIpvery low price f Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages 1 6 to 20 1 ears at the same startling reductions as in the mens I 3- l tBeattyville Coal Company D R Freeman has taken charge of 1toon hand the best Jellico ard Kentucky coal also hay and corn He solicits your patronage Phone 184 dec23 4t Good Sale At the sale of the personalty ol Raymond Shearer near Red House the following prices were obtained Five mule yearling fitly S65 eight 800 Ib steers 30 each seven weanling calves 11 each milch cows 16 to 25 eleven mountain sheep 4each nom 250 per barrel hay about s per ton Farming implements brought good prices John W Shearei was the auctioneer Cretkmore Fceny Sell Out Messrs Creckmore Jr Feeny yester day disposed of their saloon at 17 South Mill street to Messrs James Allen and brother of Winchester who will take immediate charge The old firm which was composed of Mr Add W Creek more and Capt J D Feeny gives notice in this issue of its dissolution and the gentlemen will likely go into the hardware business Lexington Democrat Different at Home The other evening a society woman who attends all social functions tapped her husband lightly on the shoulder with a fan and said Love it Is get ting late I think we had better go home After they reached their resi dence abe shook her fist under bis nose and said You old mink you if you ever again look at that mean thing you aw tonight Ill pull every hair out of your old pumpkin headEx Thelma Mr E 8 Wiggins begs to announce the big success of last season Thelma as the attraction at the New Opera House Wednesday January 6 On its appearance there last season thia att- ractIOn was pronounced one of the best shows of the season and the man agement have secured a return engage ment this season The production will of course be up to the standard of ihowd that have appeared at this popu lar house this season Seats will go on sale Tuesday January 5 Prices 25 60 and 75 cents Blind Tom Resurrected A New York telegram says Blind Tom pianist prodigy who was report ed dead five years ago will make his first public appearance in nearly ten years at the Orpheum Theatre Crook lyn Monday He has been living for years iu retirement on the banks of the Shrewsbury river New Jersey When Percy G Williams theatrical manager heard of him last week be hunted up Blind Tom He found the pianist living in a cottage When he left arrangements were completed for Blind Toms appearance in vau deville Hygienic Toilet In the following notice I wish to make a 1ew remarks concerning the toilet articles which Jsell They are known as the Hygienic Toilet Requi- SItes and Melton Preparations Purity is without a doubt tbe desired quality in all preparations for the lace and body The preparations I handle ire pure absolutely so they are free from any injurious chemicals and may le- used with impunity on the most deli cate arid sensitive skin The list of articles I have include hygeinicekln food complexion powder soaps balms tooth paste toilet water high grade perfumes etc My prices are most reasonable and I feel confident If any one uses these articles they will never be without them 1 shall be pleased to show my samples at any time and I use this method to ask the people of Richmond to give me their patronage in this line MRS ALICK JONaS Main St next door toFiM s Grocery decWMf 10 department NoUce I have determined to sell strictly for cash alter Jan 1904 Please do jiot ask me to violate this rule by wanting credit All will be treated alike det30lmo W M Creekmore Dissolution Notice By mutual agreement the firm of Taylor Bros has dissolved partnership Mr Calvin Taylor retiring from the business All parties owing said firm are requested to call at once and settle 6j4t TAYLOR BROS tor Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and ball front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office tf New Partnership With the beginning the New Year Richmond has a new partnership comprised of Messrs C S Powell and Joe S Haselden Insurance agents These gentlemen have fitted up handsome office rooms over Stocktons drug store and as thev represent some of the foremost and moot reliable companies in the country they are sure to meet with success A lard of Hunts Mr Elmer Deatberage who has lately sold his grocery stock to Messrs Hugueley and Harber wishes to state that he will be at the store of the above named gentlemen with accounts due him and he will be glad to have his friends call and see him He also wishes to thank most heartily all who have patronized him in the past appreciating to the fullest extent their trade while he was in business He also invites his old customers to continue with tbe new firm at the same oldstand Worthy Selection Dr H C Jasper has been appointed Chief Surgeon for the L A railroad at a yearly salary There are two other surgeons one for the each end of the road but Dr Jasper has control of all This will be pleasing news to the many friends of the genial Doctor and we feel that the L Ahas made a most worthy selection Dr Jasper has only recently returned from New York and Philadelphia where he took a special course of lectures on surgery We congratulate him upon his appointment Married in Dearer Cupid exerted himself during the Christmas just passed It seemed that he wanted to give tbe world plenty to love since all the world loves a lover To him distance is no barrier as was demonstrated on last Tuesday when Mr Thomas H Pickets and Miss Mary Evans were married in Denver Col orado This news came as a complete surprise to friends here as no one but one or two of Mr Pickets moat Ulti mate friends knew of hw intentions Miss Evans bad been visiting relatives iin Denver for several months past Saturday Mr Pickels left this city pre urn ably for a litttlo vacation trip but with heart and soul bound for Denver and the girl who was soon to become his wife Both bride and groom are members of prominent families and are extremelY popular in socialcircles The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs George W Pickels and is the capable and efficient editor of the Kentucky Register Bleesed en hs is with a most congenial nature polished courtly manners he has easily become a fa vorite His bride is the beautiful and winsome young daughter of Dr G W Evans and since her entrance into so ciety has been a reigning belle Immediately after the ceremony the hap py young couple left Denver for this iity stopping off at St Louis for a short stay Mr and Mrs Pickets reached here Saturday and are at homo to their friends at the residence of the grooms paresis OB Third street where they are comfortably domiciled for the presenta BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too boysin1 Buys choice ofaU Suits that sold for 1 2Sand1 50 2Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 Purchased Fam Dr J W Harris has purchased from C H Taylor his fine blue grass farm near town which was advertised in last weeks CUJIAI This farm which is one of the prettiest and best in the county comprises 100 acres and is a most desirable piece of land Dr Harris paid 10000 cash for the property Col Campbell Dad- A dispatch from New York Monday announced the death of Col Thomas C Campbell of Cincinnati which occurred in a Sanitarium in Brooklyn His death was due to exposure and lackof food during a wreck off the Bahama Islands Col Campbell was a noted lawyer and was one of the principal prosecutors of the murderers of Governor Goebel Spiny Dying Louis Spivey formerly of Etill county one of the Oxford Ohio rioters confined in the county jail awaiting trial on five indictments of shooting with intent to kill is not expected to live to face trial He is suffering from abscesses on his right lung and liver caused by a bullet wound received in the Oxford affray His brother Joe is now serving in the Ohio penitentiary a 25 year sentence for his part in the riot Announces for Jailer In this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr G W Deringer for Jailer Until lately Mr Deringer has been Street Commisioiier for this city in which capacity he gave entire satisfaction He is a faithful Democrat working at times for the interests of the Democratic party He comes now and asks that his name be considered by the voters of the town and county Mr Deringer is an upright lawabiding citizen and wilt no doubt make an excellent jailer in case he is elected bone to Washington Mr John B managing editor of the Lexington Observer has accepted position in the Government Printing Office at and leit for that city a few days ago Mr Har ris is an old Richmond boy being a son of ProfJ B Harris He is an ex cellent compositor anti of late years has had considerable experience in ihe management and editing of a paper For a while he was connected with the Winchester SunSentinel going from that to the Observer Friends here wish Mr Harris much prosperity in the Capitol City A Uniform Fee At the request on the signed peti tion of prominent breeders state Au ditor Gus G Coulter is preparing a bill to be presented to the Legislature fixing the stud fee of every stallion at fifty dollars license per year The law now in force requires a breeder to pay as a license for his stallion whatever the service foe is and the tx is unusu ally heavy on tbe owners of horses that command a lee of 250 or 300 The idea is to fix the tee at a sum which will be no hardship on a breeder to pay no matter whether big horse does a paving outside business or not Aimed at Bcrta A notice from Jackson to the Lexing ton Leader says Carl Day in the Lower House of the Kentucky Legisla ture from the district has gone to Frank foil He wil introduce a bill to prohibit white and coh med children from attending the same is only one school in Kentucky where the two races are received tamely Berea College Mr Days bill will impose hevy penalties on those who receive as pupils members of both races In the same jtchool and is in tended as a social reform Ha will also introduce a bill allowing owners of timber to condemn rights of way ever adjoining lands for the purpose of Mcimog an outlet to wwter or to Biwkat 3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 OUR yearoldwork Harrislately Washington Representative Ninetysecond schoolThere Eor Sale Medium size roll top office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES Settlement The Louisville and Nashville Rail road Company have paid into the State Treausry 4092962 This amount pays in full the franchise taxes for the years as assessed by the State Board of Val uation and Assessment Card of Thanks Messrs Suit Bratton the polite and energetic proprietors the Racket Store desire to thank their patrons for their support during the past vear es pecially for the excellent holiday tradA which they enjoyed They also invite their old friends and new ones to con tinue to call on them and they promise the same fair prompt and courteous treatment in the future that they have exercised in the past Will Help Mr StolL Attorney Richard Bush of Rich mond has arrived to enter the office of Mr C H Stoll who Is chief counsel for the Kentucky Distillers and Ware housing Co and president of the South ern Slave and Tie aside from which he baa several other important business interests Mr Stolls office occupies a building in the rear of his home on Third street It has elaborate equipment and two stenographers are required in accommodating the busi ness which is transacted through it The employment of Mr Bush who will devote his entire time to the in creased business intereats of the office is necessitated by the widening of Mr Stalls foreign interests Mr Bush is originally from Stanford and is a cult ured and able lawyer He is a gradu ate of Kentucky University Lexing ton Herald Mr Stuart Jones of Fayette county was here court day Mr Bert Parrisli has returned to his home in Decatur Illinois Miss Pearl Wiggins of Cincinnati Is here on a visit to her mother Mr Isaac Engle of Carlisle is here bra three weeks visit to his parents Miss Emma White has been visiting Mrs M P Horine in Nicholasville Mr John B Gibson left Saturday for a short business trip to Evansville Incl Mrs Loulie Allen will he at home at the Glvndon for the next two months Miss Kate Turpin has been visiting her sister idays JSVB8 In IJKIphia spent the holidays with his fami ly here Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate left Ices spenttheMr R S Crowe has returned to Vir glum having left this city last Thurs day night Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting Mire Louise Kaufman Cen tralRecorth Mrs Harry M Blanton has been in Lexington visiting her sister Mrs William Smith Mrs C E Smith and daughter Miss Florrie have returned to their home in LexingtonMr Mrs William Grider of Col lege Hill are at home at the Glyndon for two months Mr B 1 Gentry Jr returned to Nashville Saturday after a weeks visit to relatives here Miss Came Adams has returned from Lancaster accompanied by her sister Miss Sallie Adams Miss Margaret McDonald of Dan ville hiM been visiting ber sister Mrs W A EiwsnhMt lIlrud Mrs Carpenter of Teeea uiiMStatlCHl r ap at iMt Tesdy with 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved r Miss Annie Kennedy Mr T A Robinson and family have moved into the cottage on Fifth street vacated by Mr P F Adams Mr Gilkerson of Virginia and Mr Cole of Philadelphia were guests last week of Mr H B Hanger Dr Fred Smith of Kansas City is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Mr and Mrs Coleman Adams have havlnglepentRev and Mrs E 0 Beck returned last week from their wedding trip and are now at their homo at College Hill Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg and daughter Marie Louise are at home from a visit to Lexington relatives Misses Mary and Lillian Sewell of Mt Sterling are the guests of Miss May Wallace Ballard on Fifth street Miss Bessie Finney has returned to her home in Shelbyville after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrr Everett Witt Mr and Mrs Sam Sayre will be glad to have their friends call on them at the Hotel Glyndon where they will be for the next two months Mr and and Mrs W H Webb and daughter Zerelda of Louisville were the guests of Mr Harvey Cobb at Red House during the Holidays Messrs W A Thompson of Danville Daily Democrat Danville 111 and G W Dudley Hoopeston Ill visited Misses Sue and Fann Tate last week Hon D M Ohenault and wife of Richmond are visiting her father Hpn J 8Choice for a 750 J Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits L and Overcoats perfect in fit and style Buy one for knockabout wear even if you dont need it now the cost is trifling 750 500 SUITSj Reduced from 8 10 and 1250 Y WeVe culled from these lines all Suits soiled or lrumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried 11 over from last year and marked them all at Cone price J everyday A1l Cash only none charged these prices will not allow it fJr= == COYINBTDN BANK CLOTHING PITS 136 calicofacedmackereleyed Mr all Co PERSONAL r J Davis Reid and will remain to at tend the RogersDavis wedding Mt Sterling Democrat Mrs C B McCord delightfully en tertained at flinch Tuesday afternoon in honor of her guests Misses Lucile and Mary Ann Collins of Richmond Winchester SunSentinel Little Mattie Octavia Miller daugh tar of Mr and Mrs Frank Miller of Lexington baa been seriously ill with scarlet fever Mrs MIller was former ly Miss Eva Finnell of this city Mr and Mrs J D Allen and bright little daughter Martha left yesterday for their home in Carlisle after spend ing the holidays most delightfully with Mr and Mrs J W Zaring at the Glyn donMr Joseph A Evans was guest ot honor at a banquet on last Thursday night given by the officials of the State Bank Trust Company from which instltutioa he retired at the close of the year Mrs H B Hanger entertained delightfully on last Thursday in honor of Mrs J S Winn of Winchester The new game Pit which is at present so popular in the East was much enjoyed by the guests Mrs C N Woodbury and little daughter Isabella Rhodes of Mid dlesboro and Mrs Joe J McDowell of Johannesburg South Africa are guests of Mrs James T Shackelford in the West End Mr and Mrs Claude Smith were Monday1nightSmith of Missouri The invited guests 7 71717I We Can Satisfy Your Wants Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes to In our Ladies and Childrens equalsWeton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are showing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen 71 Quality Shoe for Women Prices 3OO and 35O I AND SEE1US oor kV Ia rAA V ia were the dentists of the city in which profession Dr Smith has gained con siderable reputation in his Western home Mr William Combs of Speedwell who attended a business college in Nashville has completed his course and is now holding a nice position with a wholesale grocery house in pemphisITenn This is one of the largest con cerns in the South and we congratulate Mr Combs upon his success isIMrs Ed C Cornelison of Richmond were guests of Miss Mattie Lancaster Friday and Saturday Mrs Cornell son was formerly Miss Flora Culton who recently visited here Mrs R C White gave an elegant Tuesday In honor of her Emily White The home receptionlfully decorated with potted trailing vines and the was quite an honor to the fair visitor Winchester Democrat Mrs H C Shipps entertainment for the children Wednesday evening prov ed a complete success and was attendedtby a large number of the children and their friends In all 134 children were given sack ot eatables aud some wear 7lug apparel and on Christmas morn thalfbushel baskets filled with groten ies fruits etc were delivered to the deserving poor In addition 100 bushIes of coal is ielil in reserve to be distributed during severe weather Cyn formerlyMissJennie sister of Mrs W D Oldham i147JIt5 winter days that alwaysJiave come and are sure tQeQrfleagain Fu IN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglash- ave 71no superior We havesold these lines with more satis K faction to our trade and when once tried the satisfaction I1 prompts you to buy another pair Nit J CALL I r i a a LJI RICE AND ARNOLD iE+++ +++ k4E+++4 J GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE door over f Bull has seen Street opposite House any Suit men Underwear and Ram pair for man pinc Boot for Fascinators Knit for any sold at cut article when knife to de Now is the time to buy even if you them next Country merchants save of by buying new stuff it next a question say yon Why take advantage of it Get complete that we to room sprillllstutr that to come in January CLOTHINGover the workmanship qualities and the celebrated Bros Clothing of Baltimore Maryland and with their name on the is guaranteed is as much in a Kros Suit as is in any suit comes merchant We carry a well stock of clothing everywhere as the Kind that helps the on are Calland get our closing out prices kinds merchandise You cant make money as any other you for past respt QLDHRM r PROFESSIONAL OARDS =aTTOR1UYS MILLER ATTOENBTATLAW KBHTUCIT- OBiee n the Barnaul to arraers Dare S tVeJA ATTOKSBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office State Bank Trust opposite Court on Street J 0 fc D ATTORNEYS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on street over nIts W It LETCHER AttorneyatLaiu RICHMOND KEXTOCKV Office over BrOIl JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN3ELLOP8 AT i RICHMOND KENTUCKY In John old office Pen k drug store PETSIGIANS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS SORUEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office to thr Dr Hobson building M E 0 Vance DO Mrs OVance D 0 Osteopathic Hobson ting Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION School of Ostheot atby DENTAL SUBGESY t3T aitx ton OC op KY BuildingtcImSzid vM Blanton DENTIST fJOffie ntiiiiingIj- anly TELEPHONE DR LANDMAN Glyndon Wednesday January 13 1904 DESIGNS c myutcUyCommllnleatlonntrlctlrconDclentlal sent free 014est Bjleney fur eecurtD6 recoinpeciaZJUnericaiL A hahdsomelr weekly I anmt etr P70r111M EXPERIENCE MARIcS- COFYRGHrS C0136lBrredwe NewkI JP j Of Fall and Winter Merchandise that ever been in Richmond is now going at the Busy Bee Gosh Store Main Court Every Cloak and of description Overcoat every for boys or children very of Goods Every pi ve of men women children Blanket and Comfort Itiiincy Rob and Horse Blanket Every lost of Shoes women gnu l children Rvwv Flannel Outing Flann l ami Jeans Every pair of FoIL Gum taather Roots men and Everything in Hosiery Oiipea Goods children Everything pertaining to Fall and Winter of description will be almost Half In TWO a single but what has felt stingof the cold steel our buried the hilt in every partmefltsI t t goals cant use Reason would pilrs this fresh and laying for season of ing money for not our we our and stock all new fresh goods are slaughtering make ftr begins 1st OURis known nil world its its nobby natty styles We carry Schlosa garment label There work Schloss there that from the tailors selected this handtailored known you along in World JI jfi If Schloss the label you safe r r see cut halfintwo on all fast way Thanking patronage we are very W D eo Ith RICHMOND Building next National feb3ly Co House Main OHKNAOLT AT LAW Second Chen grocery Taylor Store AW Oftite Beanelti law oyer Thomas DRS AND tuStreit L Physicians FREE Graduates Southern EITWT LOUISVILLE novl7ly 198 Hotel 50 YEARS TRADE jatenta Scientific Uhutrated toW on t Wrap Every yard Drone for Kvery Kvrv Kvery of Roots hoys Stuff prices Not the was until money aside large of for Quint livery is us ++ CALL ATe ++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoja Water Kept on Tap sss Phone 3 Second St TO THOSE OP wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire rf1lilWf1liil ArbucKle BImmoni Hearer Hamilton O Pinnel J W Masters J V Whttlock John Htapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewltt L A Wearren I O McWnarter Blckner Early JTCoT B chmond Waco Bed House Valley View Baldwin Edenton Cottooburg Paint Lick- Wallaceton Berea KlrkviHe OLD JOE WHISKY Band made Sonr Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It it of old style manu lecture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs I00 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5 0 iU2S 250Ii 5II Ibottles 3 New Whisky S180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SKARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery IfcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Kv TTENTION We have moved our produce business from the Eaat End of Main street to the Gavnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce 5ive 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 2Jaa1x1lCUMOND KY RARE BEAUTY is seen in our collection of things for vear during the coming season From all places where fine Diamonds Jewelry Watches Etc are procurable we have obtainedsome thinpf to delight the eye please the taste and satisfy the judgment When these charming things are seen it will not be necessary for us to explain their merit or ask for praise Tht precious stones the articles of goldand silver the various novelties demand attention and it will be ururrudingb given T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky i We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal beingand do not hesitate to say that illealeoalbills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect AsbJellico Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the See liusluess and splicita she of your patronage We Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher ivitt WarehousePhone Richmond Kv Cutting Outfit For Salt enginelaan Jin good running order Apply to D S Harbor Richmond Ky W N Wheeler ilec232mo Red Houses Ky For Rent 1904ApllJ PHILIPPINE FRIARS Some Inside Facts Regarding a Most Perplexing Problem WHY THE NATIVES HATE THEM Purchase of Land Held by Roman Catholic Orders and Departure or FrIars from Island HViU Trove Beneficial PE report that Plus X has decided the property of the lIars In the Philip pines belongs neither to the I Vatican nor to the church at large but to the Philippine church alone has caused excitement far and wIde- The idea It seems Is that whatever money the United States shall pay in thq purchase of the property of the friars shall remain as a permanent fund for the support of the Catholic church in the Islands for the maintenance ot Its churches schools and charitable works As the sum Is estimated at from 8000 000 to 10000000 it is no wonder the subject Is a matter of wide interest As a class the Philippine friars are men that have been trained from boy hood up in the seclusion of the church seminary not men that have sought monastic life In mature years after an experience of the outside world as is the case with many members of the Jesuit order The Philippine Islands have held a unique postion in that the admInistra- tion of the church has been wholly In the hands of monastic orders and that what Is called the secular priesthood has had only small subordinate posl Itlons friars have been at work in the IITHEOLD CATHEDRAL of Ecclesiastical Architecture of PtdUvoini s Philippines for almost four centuries the Augustinlans came to the archipelago in 1589 the Franciscans in 1577 the Dominicans in 1687 and the Recollets In 1606 When the various orders took up the Catholic work in the islands the work that has grown to such great dimensions the country was portioned out to them individually and each followed the task assigned The friars did not settle in communities of their own but were scattered widely the priest ordained to live apart from his fellows cheerfully accepting hardship and Isola tion with the native From the first the native of the Philippines took kindly to the Catholic mis POPB PIUS x eionary and the Spanish conquest of the Philippines was due to the religious or Iders to the missionary rather than to Spanish arms In the beginning the labor was altogether in the line of mis sionary endeavor but gradually the friar began to have put on his back civil burdens and gradually he took unto himself such burdens The indolent Spanish officials found it easier to rule through these men that spoke the dialect of the native knew him and hIs mode of Ute so much better than did they themselves In the course of time espe daily in the provinces the friars came into absolute control Finally their reached such a height that If de crees were made in Spain not agreeable to them they would either have the de crees repealed or else Ignore them if officials were sent out that proved die agreeable they were usually retired sooner or later In the meantime the friars accumu lated great wealth The Spanish govern ment bad bestowed large tracts of sparsely settled land upon the church with the idea that the lands would be cultivated and the country Improved And that the friars or their parish ioners improved these lands is undenia ble the revenues therefrom have climbed to high figures the friars have been able to build great cathedrals con struct monasteries and convents almost palatialBy other means much other i real estate than that granted by the gov Worlds Fair March J904 Mr John C Weber director of web ere Military Band of Cincinnati known as the Prize Band America has composed the St Louis Worlds Fair March 1904 and dedicated it to the Louisaua Purchase Exposition It will be distributih thjngerdeva- rtment n r Oo iV R R Worlds Fair Route at 10 cents per copy The music is in sheet form arranged fur the piana being very handsomely gotten up very highly illustrated title cover Mr John 0 Weber is not only a great musical Director But he baa written some very catchy and popular marches The St Louis Worlds Fair March is the latest success and will aid further to his Tame Mr Weber and bis greatorganization o artists bag twice defeated all comers in national contents at Elks Reunions Tne latest triumph was at Baltimore Md on the 2lt of last July when a 1halllllexpected tlmt Mr Webers Worlds Fair March will heroine popular air during the IIIXI ynar and every household should eliiufd have a copy of this music Send lo cents in silver to the under iairMardiHirk tIITCIopeWarlds Fair March1 Mention this paper when ordering O P McCart General Passenger JVKei- iJBOBW R H Cincinnati Ohio cf j ernment was added to their possessions and sometimes half of a province would become church property At the closest our war with Spain in the immediate vicinity ot Manila the Dominicans hold 140000 acres Within the walled city In Cavite and In Paco the Dominicans Angustinians Franciscans Recoletacos Sisters of SL Vincent de Paul and Jesuits all had large churches convents schools buildIngsIof the friars in Manila alone was SAOl 978 Mecclcan dollars In addition to their parish property convent rectory cemetery geb jariaqn lands the orders have owned sugar estates blocks of real estate shares In business com panics and have thVmselvetfentered into business enterprises For awhile they had the monopoly of the important rico tradeAt various periods the people rebelled against their power In 1622 the island of Bohol made insurrection and again in 1744 in 1872 in Cavite there was an uprising an4 In 1896 the Tagalog prov inces evinced their dissatisfaction with the priestly power The object was the expulsion of the friars and the confisca tion of their property From time to time secret societies were formed and much agitation was kept up against ec clesiastical control As one writer has so well put It at the root of all things political In the Islands has lain that most delicate of all matters a religious ques tion The feeling hasgrown and grown and today whetherunjustlyornot there Is a considerable demand amongst the natives for the expulsion of the friars The constitution of the Philippine Republic adopted January 1899 confis cated their lands and the revolutionists not only drove out many monks but im prisoned and put to death others Some sought safety In fight and their numbers decreased from the 1124 who were In the islands In 1896 to only the 472 of 1900 But the treaty of Paris which de AT CAVITE the the power of in fined our relations with Filipino aairsallowed the expelled monks to return propertyISince our assumption petitions find their way to newlyarriveI American dignitaries military aad ec sIgnersloyalquired to submit to the administrations of the distasteful friars but that the secular clergy servein theIrstead Such requests as can readily be understood have proved difficult matters to settle a all satisfactorily and the question of what to do with the friars has been one of the very gravest that has confronted us since we took to expansion Latest reports say however that the friars themselves now wish to leave the Philippines would go as a body into voluntary exile from the land where their kind have labored for so long There are many evidences that the friars not only took but also bestowed In their centuries of work in the Philippines They proved of greatest aid In protecting their people from invading Moor and from Chinese pirate Filipino received in the way of ducationI and religious Instruction was through the friar and however narrow that may have been he gave the savage wbateverjof enlightenment he attained 1901 the parish registers showed 6599 998 church members out of a population estimated at from 9000000 to 12000000 As missionary teacher confessor physician the friar has played a very Impor tant part in the life of a Filipino community and if he has arrogated to himself much power he has also borne the white mans burden of the tropics- KATHER1NE POPE Baby Dridrimnlil Ran Away A curious incident occurred at a fashionable wedding in SL Peters church London the other day when Miss Ruth Okeover niece of Lord Wa terpark was married to Capt Hervey Bruce of the Irish Guards Shortly after the commencement of the service quite a commotion was caused by the baby bridesmaid daughter of Mrs As sheton Curzon Tiring of the long ceremony the child placed her basket of flowers on the floor and trotted down the aisle between the perplexed guards men in search of amusement She was captured at the door by her nurse and carIrledAn American a guest at a hotel InI Peking was awakened during the night by a roll of paper falling Getting out of bed he saw with astonishment a pole to which was attached a fishing line moving about the room collecting various objects and removing them through the window Upon going down stairs he was heard by the burglarious Chinaman outside to whom the rod be halfishing The Human Lottery Ak U only t Were bQaut1fu1 how happy llfo would b sizelookedsession in the lotttry of human life vrhich woman would not refuse BRADEIELDSFemale ftr on the thr ihold of woman hood is invaluable When they become achingheador abnormal obstructed periods and pain ful menses and their systems generally run down they need a tonic Up and their boo cleansed Bradfields FtmaleRegulator forwomen owingtoof the menstrual flows Painful obstructed and suppressed menstruation is perma peculiartoRegulator clears thecomplexion ght- eJI th sharpens the appetite re moves muddy conditions of the and ewes sick headache at once Of druggists nt ico bottle Health for Women can be had free by sending us your address THE BMfiflELB KttlLATS Cfc ATLANTA 6JU RADIUM POUND IN CARIOLITB Prof Plilllipc of Princeton University Uemonstrnte EzUtence of KelElement In Ore from Prof Alexander H Phillips of Princeton University says that radium I exists In this country Prof Phillips has been experimenting with western auyIit to exls beyond all question inc rnolite an o1e from Utah The professortourid on experiment ing that from 25pounds of caraollte a sample o radioactive barium chlor idejCan be obtained which pill give a 1500 activity Thf activity while not so powerful as that obtained from some European ores is sufficient for many practical purposes A com pany has been formed to place this new substance upon the market and it is expected that it can be produced In paying quantities- George F Kunz the wellknown New York chemist was informed of the Princeton professors discovery and a sample of the radioactive barl um chloride was shown to him He grew very enthusiastic concerning the discovery Dr iSnnz is an authority on radium actinum and the ROentgen raysRadium has never been established as a free element but Is always com hued with some salt The fact then that Prof Thllllps has been unable to separate it from the barium chloride does not lessen the Importance of the Princeton chemists discovery Carnolite while not a very common ore is found in good quantities In Utah and very likely in other places in the Rock mountains TO PROVE ROTATION OF EARTH Experiment Will He Demonstrated at Golden Jubilee Celebration of Illinois SchoolTcucucrm There is to be demonstrated at the golden Jubilee celebration of the Illinois State Teachers association in Spring field the rotary movement of the earth by means oi a 300foot pendulum The ex periment Is known to the slentiflc world as the Foucault demonstration which was first made in 1851 with a pendulum 220 feet long composed of piano wire attached to which was a 56pound bob or weight A steel stylus was fixed to the bob and beneath It on the floor was placed a round table upon which the points of the compass were marked A little heap of sand was run around the table and the pendulum swung across the table cutting a trench through the sand each swing widening the trench slightly until the table appeared to be revolving The arrangements for this experiment are being made by the East St Louis high school The pendulum at Spring field will be attached to the dome of the capitol building and when set In motion will swln ten hours The wire will be 300 feet long and the table eight feet Deep interest has been aroused over the state at what is believed to be the most elaborate attempt ever made In the United States to represent this most remark able experiment KING LOST HIS COLLAR BUTTON Son of Peter of Servla Found It How ever and Now the Monarchs Valet Is Looking1 for Another Job IIt Prince Paul of Servla should not to reign over his fathers kingdom he may make a living by turning detective for which profession he has decided talent The other week King Peter missed his golden collar button a solid button not the usual plated affair ordinary mortals sport and the loss upset the royal family very much A golden collar button is not an absolute necessity to a king like a paste crown for instance but if one has to flee across the frontier it may come in handyfor pawning pur posesSo the king assembled his boys and promised the youngster who found the button a franc payable spot cash The boys went to work with a will and after three days earnest search they located the corpus delicti in the boot of Koch the valet Koch was forced to give up the piece of jewelry and was then ignominiously kicked over the frontier minus his wages The loss of wages was his only punishment and King Peter after paying Paul is still 27 francs ahead of the game AWARDS CHILD LIKE SOLOMON Plttsbnrir llaclstrnte Calls for Sword and Then Picks Slather Who Feared for Safety of Offspring Magistrate Vichenstaln of Plttsburg went back to King Solomon the other day for a precedent in deciding which of two women was mother to a disputed child Mrs Angelina Williams a cook on a river boat said she left the infant with Mrs Catherine Moore who had refused to return it wTTen called for- Bring me a sword called the mag istrate when he had heard the stories of both I shall divide the child between you No do not murder my chIld at once cried Mrs Williams The magistrate decided in her favor Would Slake Divorce Harder The Ohio commission on uniform laws has recommended to the gover nor the passage of measures refusing divorces unless the defendant has had personal notice and making an actual hearing Other proposed amendments compel bona fide residence and lay it down that no divorce shall bo granted for causes arising prior to the partys residence in Ohio which would not be ground for divorce in the state where the cause arose Loiiisie I Atlantic RaiW DAILY EX SUNDAY rTRAINB LEAVE RICHMOND or rLmandCinclnnatiFor Irvine iMam TRAINS AKBIVB HIGH MONO Prom LoaUvllle sinn and ll54ani riiFromO SI BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRARIchmon Ky L NTime Tai Ar No I Cincinnati and Livings LT Uttl p m ton Ei ess 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