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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX c t vLUllE 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY i JANUARY 27 1904 PHONE 80 k71 i1 j 7171 7r 7171 7IV 1 ROOM NEEDED ml I AT THE t iHustling eash Store iFOR THEIR S Spring Stock I ALL iir r = 1 I Winter Weight Goodsj1 J= IA 71 Cloaks Clothing Overcoats Heavy Boots and Shoes Are marked down andmarked to 71g SELL fSffiir 0 Sail and Secure a Bargain 71Very truly Lackey4c71 irJ15 7W I iII7e cIlp JJ treW L CRUTCH Ell G W EVANS JR u Jl e FirmAND A Magnificient Stock of Goods t Everything for the home beautiful c can be found in our store u Iand our prices will suit j eJPWeare at home at Joplins old standon fA Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention Jl ggive us a call l g Crutcherv e 4 5 larfiiStays 12 r c cMain Street Richmond Ky IB HACffLFQD L ElO Have iust received car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR- AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE Io1flat Special StyleIIn in of 1azge stng high mde steel wires heavily galvanized provides fqretniioiM contraction Is practicallyever jr Neve goa wiops HID matter how great strain is on it mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED f by the manufacturers and us Gall and see it Can show you how it save ybu money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days D1 i Shockelford Co For Rent fOtjApply+ jf6rSic On utt1t Y3ill fiirnitir fnr piec i Will w II for Tooiar f6i bpri room In nfhome ClRniTfJleeeh it Sliver ftaek Plione N p ij1i6rfjrfngr five 1W 7 tI G W GATES Evans Hoe Horse And Cattle Stays 13 or 6 tole y a put not by will 4 SliK Whats in a Name Evprvthnjf is in a name whnn CCIUI1t tn Witch Huzel Salve E r Coof Chicago discovered years ago how to maku a salve WitiIi Hnz that i ARpfcincfor For hliiKl blotdine Itching IlPJlelf protrndtne Piles cznina cuts Ihurnll and all skin df8 upf DttWftts Salve has no eqnal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Auk lor DeWitta fde jfBiiume Sold by E O Wiucs 1m EC WINES DRUG STORE IF Announcements FOR CONGRESs We are authorized to nnnonnde Hon D I forCongress ofIsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R AttOrlllYparty HOROOKEsubject to the action of hN Democratic party We are authorized to announce ty R Attorneythe Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are anthorzed to announce JNO W MadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million subjectCOtYIRty subject to the action of the Uemocrntic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER orMadisoncountyDemocratic party WDERIcounty snblec to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce D C MadisonCOUntycratic party We Are authorized to announce N B JONES sublectWe are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER snbjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub- St fo the act n of the Dem catle party MORGANTAYWa DemocraticpartyWe are authorized to announce PETER 0 Madjsoucontityparty ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject lo the actionnf the Democratic tarty We are authorized to anno nee J H Richmondassublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonOonntyic Party H e are authorized to announce JRPARKE countysubject TERRILlcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce W T Madisoncountyparty FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONlic Mchools of Madison rtobject to thenction of the Democratic party FEOWAItDS totheJOHNNOLANO totheFOR ASSESSOR DAKERofDemocraticparty DUNNapartyWeGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TO CUBE A GOLD IN ONE DAT Take Lsfccatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets All ilrugglsts refund tire If it fails to euro E W Groves signature a on each boy 25 cents There are officeholders who would not take boodle if they had no chance Cured Affer Suffering JO Years- B F Hare J upt Mima Oyrle 1 1rgCo Middlntown 0 stiflered for ten years with dyspepsia Hspellt luindreJH of dollars for medicine and with doctors without recuivlng any OnlulJrhtI wan about to throw dawn the evening paper when I saw an item In the paper regarding tho merits of Kodol DyapepI ftia Cure I concluded to try while I had no faith in it I ftbettera- ftertlIesecolld dose After nalnu two IihaveKortol Dyspepsia Cure to my Irlends- audRCqQailltance suffering from stomach trouble byLO Winos 1m Kentucky PickUps KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Beckrvam Is Out of the Race for United States Senator Frankfort Ky Jan 19Tho poUt ical storm center spread from tha scn ate to the house Monday and two farts dol4gfirstrace for United States Senator and second that a large majority of the house favors the Cantrlll book bill and will pass it as soon as a vote on it can be forced As soon as the house convened at noon a report from the senate was made by Senators Cantrill and Gil len announcing the passage of the CantrJH book bill by the senate and asking the house to concur A letter was then read from Qov Beckham scoring Cantrill for his speech in tha senate A hot discussion followed the reading of the letter but no action on the school bill was taken In the senate Senator Ward as chairman of the committee for that purpose reported appropriate resolutions on the death of exGov John anICarroll Hickman and FarrIs and the senate adjourned after adopting the resolutions KENTUCKYS DIAMOND FIELDS A Company Will Begin Operations Early In the Spring Greenup Ky Jan 19M E Bry ant of Minneapolis Minn passed through here on his way to Elliott county In the Interest of the Kentucky Diamond Mining and Development Co The business office of this company is Minneapolis and the firm has a capital stock of 5000000 The company Is arranging to begin work in the spring and has contracted for 50000 for machinery John S Dll lard of the United States geological survey says officially that the Elliott county Ky diamond fields are Identi cal with that of Kimberley South Af rica Crystals of various kinds are found in abundance also sliver mercury and ollbearinc rock but this co- mP ny is after diamonds and does not expect to pay any attention to anything else A railroad is being talked promIIsesAmong the Killed Owingsville Ky Jan 19John Sor roll of this county was a victim of the Iroquois theater fire in Chicago December 30 He was a member of a grain crew and is known to have at tended that theater on that day He was 28 years old and was formerly a United States soldier In tho Philippine islands New Timber and Coal Co Jackson Ky Jan 19The Conti nental Realty Co recently Incorporated with C J Little as president has opened general offices hero It is the purpose of tho corporation to deal in the great tracts of coal and timber lands lying on the North Fork and the Middle Fork of the Kentucky river Elopement With a Kentucky Girl Frankfort Ky Jan 19C W Speckerman of Cincinnati member of the Diem Wing Co was married here Monday evening to Miss Laura Lewis daughter of John C Lewis the millionaire dry goods merchant of Lou isville Miss Lewis parents objected so an elopement was planned Portrait of Bronston Lexington Ky Jan 19The mem bers of the local bar Monday morning presented to the circuit and fiscal courts a life size portrait in oil of the late Walter S Bronston whose prom Ising carqer was so tragically ended by accidentally killing himself about a year ago She Secured a Divorce Lexington Ky Jan 19Mrs Emily Greene was granted a divorce from Rev George Varden Monday He is one of the most eminent and scholarly ministers in the Baptist denomination in the state She is the daughter of a prominent family She alleges cruelty Bonded Their Interests Lexington Ky Jan 19The Blue grass Traction Co operating GeorgetownLexington and the theI Lexington traction lines have bonded their interests and the Southern Mu tual Investment Co of this city has purchased 100000 worth of the bonds Race For County Offices Wllllamstown Ky Jan 19Tho race for county offices In Grant is growing interesting principally from the fact that the general election does not occur until November 1905 The county primary however will be held April 2 1904- Dropped Dead of Heart Disease Ellzabethtown Ky Jan 19Mrs Harry Mantel the only daughter of S D Glasscock a former sheriff of this county dropped dead of heart disease She was 30 years old A husband and two children survive her Ellis Remarkable Fln lIRockport Ky Jan 19Will Ellis killed a large hen and was much sur prised to find it contained a chick rormed1He ILawrenceburg Seymour who has been manager of the East Tennessee Telephone Co here for the last year has resigned and will be succeeded by L E Simpson of Louisvill- eSaved From Terrible Time family of Mrs M L DeathI Bargerton Tenn saw her wnre powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used conxnraplinn was slowly but surely taklne herlife In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Difi despairintejoym use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat und lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 5Oc and Si Trial bottles free lit aU drugstores im If a blnd mans wife is enterprising she can tnr q UR Wuw Ie Ja displayed by many a man endur tug pains of Outs Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore Fet or Stiff Joints But theres no need for It Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain anti care the trouble Its the bst Salve on earth for Piles tOo 25 cents at all druggist 1m u A8EMBLVIThe FarrIs Election Sill Passed in the Senate Frankfort Jan EOSenatrho senate Tuesday passed the Farris election bill which is the same bill that was passed by both houses two years ago but was lost or abstracted after It was enrolled It extends reg- Istration to fifthclass towns and requires a voter to present a registration certificate before he can vote Senator Coxs bill to repeal the state tax on tobacco and cigars manufac tured In this state passed unanimous ly The bill creating the new county of Beckham won reported favorably by the committee on propositions and grievances and made a special order for Wednesday at 1035 oclock The joint resolution to pay extra clerks and messengers in the house and sen ate was adopted Senator Byron presented President Tuorne with a gavel from the manual training school at FrankfortHouseMr Kennedy presented a resolution to limit the number of bills to 100 that JD8Tbe introduced by one member He was hitting at Judge Guffy who has already offered over half a hundred The committee on ed ucation reported favorably the Can trill school book bill with some amendments which have heretofore been mentioned and it was read tie first time The capitol appropriation bill was advanced on the calendar When the house was informed that the joint resolution had passed the senate inviting Senator Gorman of Maryland to address tho legislature the speaker appointed Messrs Alverson Carl Day and Barton to arrange for the date of the address if Gorman accepts The Rogers resolution inviting Senator Mark Hanna to address the legislature was adopted Resolutions to invite Grover Cleveland and Judge AB Parker were offered but lie over KUKLUX GANGS DEED Sprinkled Salt In Wounds on Her Back After Whipping HerI kuIkluxbed and whIpped her unmercifully with switches sprinkling her naked back with salt after the lashes had drawn bloodThe kuklux were attacked while at their ghastly work by a posse of neigh bors led by James Mullins a brother lnlaw of the widow and a desperate fight with revolvers and Winchesters followed Mullins and one of his fol lowers Harvey Moore were killed Two of the kuklux klan whose names are said to be Hooker Smith and Haley are members of a notorious Cumberland mountain gang Both were wounded and taken prisoners They were bound to a stake and a fire started under them causing them to reveal the names of their associates who were recognized as among tho most desperate of mountain outlaws They made for the Cumberland mount alas and a posse Is now in pursuit Scandalmongers had connected the name of Mrs Mulling with that of one of her hired men but as shown by developments of the battle the theI bors took up for her Her were people who came from at least 30 miles up the country It is said the officers in pursuit will be killed If they corner the men of whom there are ten His Body Severed Louisville Ky Jan 20Squire J Humphrey a track foreman for the Illinois Central railroad was standing on a pile of sand beside tho track Tuesday morning Inspecting a cut of cars when the sand shifted and ho slipped between two cars His body was severedI clSwiftdied Tuesday He had been In office ever since Lincolns presidency being appointed by Postmaster L B Todd a kinsman of Back LincolnILouisville Ky Jan 20 ExGov W O Bradley has returned to as the champion of President Roosevelt He Tuesday announced that he would be a candidate at large to the coming republican national convention to be held in ChicagoIBoy Accidentally Killed Vewailles Ky Jan 20 Richard Bhipp the oldest son of J Vandografl Bhipp a wellknown breeder of thor oughbred horses was almost Instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a 22callber revolver at Sunny Slope stock farm Celebrated Gen Lees Birth Hopklnsvllle Ky Jan 20Tho birthday of Gen Robert E Lee was celebrated here Tuesday The Christian county chapter of Daughters of the Confederacy conferred iron crosses of honor on 27 veterans in Odd Fellows hall Bride Dropped Dead Lancaster Ky Jan 20 While pre paring breakfast Mrs John Holtzclatt jr of Treachersvllleln Lincoln coun ty near here dropped dead She was highly connected in this county and had been married only a short while Theatrical Manager InjuredIMt Sterling Ky Jan Wilkorson manager of opera house fell from the stage at Masonic Temple and sustained serious injuries He was at first thought to be danger ously hurt but willrecover Men have more acute sense of smell than women Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills bythlryoubutA cat has nine lives because U has to associate with little girls andioya A Very Close Call UI stuck to tor engine ltonghev err joint aehrd mid every nerve wau with pain writes OW Bella BurlingtonIowaany appetite and all tun down As I was about tn give up 1 got a bottle of ElRctric Bitter and after taking it I felt KB well as I ever did mv life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists Price 60 cents M 1m j COUNTY OF BECKHAM It Is To Be Carved Out of Carter Lewis and Elliott Counties Frankfort Jan 21SenateThe senate passed the bill creating the now county of Beckham to be carved out of the counties of Carter Lewis and Elliott Both the democrats and re publican nominee for the senate agreed by a five to three vote Wednesday afternoon to report favorably tho Heflln bill to eliminate the Negro vote by enacting the grandfathers clause An amendment was approved provid ing that after the year 1910 the law should apply to both whites and blacks The democratic Joint caucus practical ly settled tho school book fight Wed nesday night by adopting all the amendments to the Cantrill bill proposed by the caucus committee of nine that has had the bill under considera tion since last week Nearly all the amendments were to correct the ver blageand remove the ambiguity from several sentences and alt are entirely acceptable to Senator Cantrill House The first bill was the Brad ley hill requiring registration certifi cates to be exhibited at the poUaa duplicate of the FarrIs bill passed on Tuesday in the senate except that it requires registration in both fifth and sixth class towns Rogers rep of feted an amendment exempting fifth class towns Bradley defended his bill and spoke against the amendment saying that the Rogers amendmentIVas to offer an porting Negroes Rogers withdrew his amendment after being assured that the bill did not require registration In tho county Judge Guff y of regIsItratlonamendment not being in proper form it was withdrawn and a motion by Guffey to recommit the bill lost na rep offered amendment to Hanj vide fines and disfranchisement years for buying or selling registration certificates The Guffey amendment was defeated The Hanna strictjby a vote of 70 to 20 NEW CAPITOL BUILDING The Kentucky House of Representa tives Passes the Bill Frankfort Ky Jan 21When the state capitol appropriation bill came up In the house Wednesday Barton of Pendleton led the debate favoring It Black of Knox leader of the republican minority spoke for the bill He said the new capitol should be built with a statue of Lincoln on one side and one of Jefferson Davis on the other typifying southern unity Bartons amendment providing that at least four of the five commissioners must be present at a meeting when con tracts are let was adopted The bill then passed yeas 91 nay 1 Thompson of Bourbon cast the only negative vote The bill appropriates 1000000 and makes the state board of sinking fund commissioners a board of state house commissioners The passage of the bill in the house insures Its becom ing a law and thus settles a controversy of a centurys standing Want Senator Hanna Too Frankfort Ky Jan 2LThe senate Wednesday concurred in the house joint resolution inviting Senator Marcus A Hanna of OhIo to address the general Assembly of Kentucky By a previous resolution Senator Gorman of Maryland has been invited to ad dress the legislatureIValuable Colt Dead Paris Ky Jan 21Clay Bros ot Coldstream farm lost by death a fino 2yearold colt by Sir Dixon out of St Veronica This colt was considered- one of the best in their stable and they were preparing to send him east X big price had been offered for him Robbing Cars Jackson Ky Jan 21J Lexing ton Eastern Railway Co whose road runs from Lexington to Jackson has been annoyed for the last two weeks by BreathItt county thieves who seem to have organized for the purpose of stealing from the cars Old Covington Resident Dead Covington Ky Jan 21Robert Walter 71 bookkeeper for the Mont gomery Coal Co for the past 33 years died suddenly Wednesday night at home 60 East Fifth street Walter had been ailing for some weeks past with neuralgia of the heart A Golden Keepsake Lexington Ky Jan 21 Thirty two years ago Curtis Dedman received from his father a fivedollar gold piece as a keepsake and Wednesday the coin was introduced in evidence In the circuit court during a contested will case Judge Zach Gibbons Dies Suddenly Lexington Ky Jan 21 Judge Zach Gibbons 74 years old one of the best known attorneys In central Kentucky died suddenly at hie home here Wed nesday night after two days Illness He had been a member of this bar 34 years Lee Turner Was Acquitted MIddlesboro Ky Jan 21Lee Turner proprietor of the Quarter House who was charged with killing Deputy Sheriff Charles Cecil in a famous battle was acquitted by a Jury Wednesday Sustained Broken Arm Mt Sterling Ky Jan 21Dr B F Thompson full on tho pavement and broke his right arm He had just recovered from an attack of appendici Us and serious results are feared Iowa pays women schoolteachers less than any other state Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it kills the mI- crobe winch tickles the mucous membrane causing tha rough and at the Maine time clears the phlegm and draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens the lung words off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cnre in all curable CroupOnetake harmless and good alike for young and told Sold bv E C Wines 1m Laztnessfjs a disease that is responsible foraloif of chronic invalids When yiiu have observed some ones fault see if you cant find a virtue top A womans ideabf a secret is eomer thing worth telling Its surprising how bard afat eof woman can 1e ia polg I L j FINE QLOTHIIG is on and Every any sold has I I is known allover world for its its fitting and natty styles We carry the celebrated Schloss Biltiinore anti every with their name on the label is guaranteed in as much work a ischlosa ISros Suit as there is in that comes from the mer chant tailors We carry a well stock this clothing known everywhere as the in I If Schloss is on the you art safe I t see us our on all You as fast for we are very DONT throw your money for the kind of that is as hard to burn as i building Tis bet ter for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the S At Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP Bnltvvillo R 184 A Doctor Never the way no trouble to car ry easy to take pleasant and never tailing in results are Little Emiy Risers A vial of these little pills in the vest pocket is a guarantee against headache bilious ness topid liver and all of tbe ills re suiting from constipation They tonic strengthen the liver Sold by 0 Wines 1m A successful author one who discovered a new fake and learned how to use it Tour of Old Mexico ViaB O S W wider personal escort The American Tourist Associa lion Clientele Limited All exclusive privileges independent trav Special Pullman Vestibuled Train Baggage Room Compaitr ment Library and Music Room and the famous open top Observation Car OhililitU Tickets including all expenses Leaves January 26J9ftL For information address oP McCarty ciPA B fcO S W OinCinnt1o j KaolBtioa i 3y agreement the firm of Taylor Bros haa dissolved partnership Jfr Calvin Taylor retiring Irvin the business All owing said firm are requested to call at once andKettl raJ4t BBOB t Jt q 36tCOR MAIN FIRST GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE Of Fall and Merchandise that has- ever been seen in Richmond now at the Busy Bee Gash Store Main Street opposite Court House Every Cloak and Wrap of any description childrenEveryEvery picee of Underwear for men women children Every Blanket and Comfort Every Buggy Robe and Horse Blanket Every Rant Coat pair of Shoes for men women and children Everv piece of Flannel Outing Flannel Jeans Everything pertaining to Fall aud Winter Stuff of description will be at prices cut alm- ostHalf In Two Not a single article but what felt the stingof the cold steel when our knife was buried to the hilt in every partment Ja s Jfi deI IIsaveOUR CLOTHINGthe workmanship qualities nobby Bros Clotlitnir of Maryland garment There in any suit selected of handtailored Kind that helps you along the World label Calland get closing halfintwo prides kinds merchandiser cant make money any other way Thanking you past patronage resptI W D OLDHAM QO away COAL fireproof Right Kind the Right 1ta avA Corxv Coil G- oD Freeman Mgr Telephone VestPocket in certain and E is has Selected el Drawing everywhere Notice mutual parties TAYLOR Winter going and boysEverything out1cut O I Big Hill Coal Co I ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coaliw 4+ + + ++++ ++ 4++++ iIIiJ+ ++ + + + A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock ofat t Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY r RLOUllJWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flout my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in alfhis life 5For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to hiwife r MAti- r t Elliston fe II Company c Phoc 563 WACO KY l Wool Carding in Season 1 l S M CM Me M M SS 6 SS S S USS SS SSS S SS SSSSSSSS SSS4I VA SS S S M 0 I I r II t 55 I5I S2 s- s t gi aa Io REDUCEDaa aii R I C EBBX s m C s S SeS S S on all Heavy Winter S S I BOOTS SHOES SSI S 1 S SS 5- S a S5e S UNDERWEAR SoS SS ig It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods HJili S e i at this time qf the year in order to begin next =gii S i g season with fresh new goods SJlf S 5S SS c 5S a 5- S i 11 CRUTCUER TRIBBLE 11 S SS Main Street Richmond t Kentucky a- S S eooG SSSSSSSSUSSSU SSS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSjSSSSSSSOSSSSs SS I he Richmond Climax J C CUENAU3President-A D MILLEREditor Manager WEDNESDAY JAN 27 1904 PUBLISH HI EVERY WCDNK8UAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ALL Kentucky was shocked at the sudden demise of General Daniel B Collier which occurred in Louisville on last Saturday night He had been in ill health for quite awhile from rheumatism hut WAS improved and his death WAS entirely unexpected General Collier was GC years old and was a native of Garrard county He was a pallant soldier m the Federal army during the Civil War and has filled many public offices He was Ad jutant General under Governor Bradley and succeeded Leslie Combs as fom misMoner of Pensions for Kentucky BISHOP THOMAS UNDERWOOD DUDLEY head of the Kentucky Diocese died very suddenly last week of apoplexy while in New York City His death has cast a gloom over Kentucky es pecially in Episcopalian circles He was one of Louisvilles most honored citizens broadmi ned and public spirit ed in every way His death leaves the Diocese without a head as there is no one who can assume the office of Bishop without being consecrated His suc cessor will not be chosen before May according to reports THE socalled Panama hats which so many are proud to own are an out an out swindle according to D S Rein berg Consul of Ecuador from which place the real and only Panama hat comes Thin straw from which our hats are made was not grown anywhere near the above plac Those who have paid out their 5V and Os and even more perhaps may feel that after all their chapeaus were common imita tions and that they paid for the name only IT is wise that the Czar of Russia IP studying well his position before he plunge into the hostilities with Ja pan lie is pausing on the very brink of war realizing that such means more than merely a fight between Russia aiTll Japan Great Britain is hostile toward the Russian policy in Asia while the United States sympathizes deeply with the Japanese sideof the malter Is it any wonder the Czir is pausing thinking and hesitating JAMES DUNN a boy of seventeen years is cured of a broken neck Belay in a New York hospital for five months with lila neck in a plaster cast CI F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY Ceramic Mosaic FloorsWe have to show you a large line of this artistic floor tiling in all its rich color ings and beautiful designs For Floors In Bath Rooms Vestibules Halls Porches Offices It is superior to all other tiling in its wearingand durability Let us give you an es timate We employ expert tilesetters and guarantee all our work CFBowerCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON ICY A Tribute to the Memory of Gen John B Gordon Beloved Alike by Blue and Gray A grief has fallen on this Nation A cloud or som 4ber hue has thrown its ebon shadow athwart the sunny fsce of tho warmhearted generous Southland Legions of ircn tongues from numberless majestic steeples and hoary towers have proclaimed a message of such solemn import as to fill with unspeakable sad soulIidol ol his own beloved South of every patriot soul through out this great Republic has answered the last roll call and passed from earth to the eternal camping ground of the immortals Gen John B Gordon is no more When the wargods bugle call rang out in 61 true to his convictions and loyal to his kindred and his people General Gordon drew his sword in their behalf and with a valor unsurpassed inthe annals of the worlds most sanguine struggles on many a bloody field of battle won renown To him the cause of the Confederate States was a sacred one and under the Stars and Bars he led bis gallant comrades into the very jaws of death No braver soldier ever drew the battle blade no truer heart espoused a righteous causeWhen Grant and Lee struck hands at Appomat Lox he knew the cause for which he fought was lost and like the gallant Knight he was accepted the in evitable bowing submissively to the prowess of the conquerorGeneral Gordon achieved diiitinctiou in other fields than war At the fireside in the forum in the Senate Chamber of the grandest Republic of the ages his eloquence plead the cause of human rights and left its impress on the pages of his countrys thrilling story His pure and noble life his matchless valor and lofty patriotism will ever be an inspiration to those who would achieve an imperishable name upon the pages of American history The State which gave him birth now guards his asjea and a weeping Nation mourns his loss Above his mound yet some remaining years alike the Blue and Gray will scatter fragrant flowers and drop as children of a common grief affections tender tear DUREETT WRITE Clay City Ky IN this great age of improvement and invention we are very fond of talking alxiut progressand ot urging ourselves as well as othersto be progressive as well as aggressive Yet we wonder how many underhand how to work for progress Now when our city is on the evo of a great upbuilding when so many im provements are being made and all our citizens especially our merchants and officials are wide awake and striving for the betterment of all departments of work it will be well for us to kAP the word Progress before ns1 Progress is not the result of one single att of one terrific effort on the part of one or many neither is it the result of a long steady effort lasting for months or years pei baps But Progress comes fioln numerous consecutive efforts all of which are directed toward the same end Such an important movement as this comes only from thought aud well directed efforts It is the duty of every citizen in our town to have an ambition that the present year shall be one of marked improvement in every line It is necessary that each progressive wide awake citizen shall study the times There is as has been said before a marked spirit of development right here in our town Let us all encourage this spirit It is true also that an interest should be taken in the social affairs as well as those concerning ones own business or profess ion In this day and time of develop ment and prngresslveness one cant afford to sit and be interested merely in his own counting room as it were but he must take a wider more general view of his community and the Industries thereof Let us one and all in whatever walk of life we may be all strive for one end the continued growth and improvement our city Let each act whether business social or professional have this one word Progress in view 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actingdirectly destroyjuggiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature iu doing Its work The proprIe- tors have eo much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Addres F J CHENEY co Toledo OhioSold bv all druggists 75c HalVe FfitoilyPilla are the beet 3m THE national house adopted without division a resolution providing that no part of any appropriation bill shall be available for paying the expenses of horses and carriages for the personal use of any officer of the government save the President The author of the resolution stated that if the horses and carriages now used by government officials were lined up on Pennsylva tireIand unless Congress fixed some limit on the abuse of the privilege it would become a scandal as it would not be long before all those on the govern mont pay roll except Senators and Representatives would be riding in carriages at the governments expense The way the peoples money is squandered by pamepered officials is a grow ing shame and should not be longer tolerated Lexington Democrat TIlE Kentucky Legislature is showing a businesslike capacity for doing things Two important measures have been passed to the governorthe Worlds Fair Bill and the School Book Bill while the Capitol Appropriation Bill will soon follow The prospect is that most of the important work will be cleared up before the session is halt overA COMPANY with a capital stock of 500000000 has been organized for the purpose of developing the Kentucky diamond fields These fields are in Elliott county and are said to be identical with those in Kimberly South Africa Work in the fields will be be gun in the spring 50000 worth of ma chinery having been bought for that purpose Those who want to see a fine show cant afford to miss seeing Clay Clement in The New Dominion Tonight at the Grand Opera House For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf Miss Laura S Bright for Rest T desire to rent for the year loot a residence with good garden and black smith shop at Foxtown For further particulnrs call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky tor Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nIce front and back yard and a good cistiirn The houiw has just been completed hence has nuver been occu pied Fir particulars call at this office tf 5 Low SettlerstRatrs Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES The dales are Jan 19 Feb 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 The rate isa little more than half fare one way or round trip NW is the time to get a home of your own while land is cheap The Southwest offers the greatest Inducements homesenkers a mild equable climate short pleasant winters long growing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description can be had at prices ranging from 5t- o f25 per acre owing to location soil and improvements Take advantage of some of the above dates and sea this great country for yourselfIf will write us where you want to go we will tell you the exact cost of your ticket and send you maps de scriptive literature and help you to find a suitable location Write today to L 0 Schaefer 1 P A Cotton Helt Route Cincinnati 0 orR W LaBeanme G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo The New Dominion the attraction of the season at the Grand tonighl I mean you Please call andset tie your account Yours respectfully 6jliro JONES MERSHON Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or by writing j 27 tf T D Telephone 350 M Good fliundal Condition According to State Auditor Coulters report Kentucky has never in all her history been iu such splendid financial condition as at present There is a net balance in thH Treasury exclusive of all warrants checks etc of 1505 49765 All asylums houses of reloim deaf and dumb institutions blind say lum and penitentiary have been paid np in full as have also all the general claims against the State Hygienic Toilet In the following notice I wish to make a few remarks concerning the toilet articles which I sell They are known as the Hygienic Toilet Requisites and Melton Preparations Purity is without a doubt the desired quality in all preparations for the laco and body The preparations I handle are pure absolutely so they are free from any injurious chemicals and may be used with impunity on the most deli cate and sensitive skin The list of articles I hae include hygeinic skin 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 ALICE JONES Main St next door to Piggs Grocery dec80tf Important Qiange ot lime on the L A R Monday January 4 I9Q4 On the above date the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company will have a new time card in effect with the fol lowing changes In arrival aud departure of trains at Richmond Train No2 now leaving at 605 a m for the West will leave at same time making close connection at Nich olasville for Lexington and Cincinnati and at Versailles for Lawrenceburg Shelby ville and Louisville Train No4 now leaving at 345 p m will leave Richmond at 140 p m making close connection at Nicholas vile for Lexington arriving there at 250p m and at Cincinnati at 6 00 pm Also makes close connection at Ver sailles for Lawrenceburg Shelbyvi lie and Louisville arriving latter plate 600 p m- Train No1 from Versailles will arrive at same time 1154 a m and will not run east of Richmond Train No 3 from Versailles will ar rive at same time 810 p m Train No 6 a new train will arrive from Beattyville at 1045 a m and le turning as No 5 will leave Richmond at 130 p m for Irvine and Beatty ville milking connection at Beattyville Junction with the Lexington Eastern for Jackson arriving at Beattyville at 415 and Jackson at 600 p m Fcr further information call upon localagent or R A Woolums Solicit ing Agent Richmond Ky 13jlm RELIGIOUS It is rumored again that Dean Baker P Lee has accepted a call from a prom inent New York church and will short ly leave Kentucky for bis new field A religious sect known as the Chris tian Israelites has made its appearance in several New England towns They look for the mlileuium in 1916 Rev Weaver of Harrodsburg will preach at the Second Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at eleven oclock and again in the evening atsevenRev Geo W Bell of Colorado Springs Colorado delivered two ex Presbyterianhas a pleasant delivery is heard and makes a very pointed application of the scriptures He is spending the winter in his native home in Nichola ville Rev Bell has been called to succeed Rev W A Eisenhart late pastor of the Secoud Presbyterian church The Telephone fiirl At The Iw ia- Wednesday Ik Feby JO The Company is d of Icompos Girls and 10 Gentlemen Dont Forget the Date Notice I have determined to sell strictly for Rash alter Jan 1901 Please do not auk me to violate this rule by wanting credit All will be treated alike decSOlmo WM Creekmore Women at tIle Confederate Home At the meeting of the lower branch of the Assembly last week a provision was made whereby women will be ad mitted to the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley Title refers to women who are wives of old soldiers Cotta gsa will be hulk for such aged hue bands and wives and the State will hOt be expected to furnish any per capita allowance for their care There are any number of aged and infirm sol diers who will stay away from the home rather than leave their wives alone and destitute to rely upon charity for sustenance It is just for such aa these that this provision has been made and will be tried as an experiment at first PERSONAL Mr Louis Powell has returned from Union City Mr James A Wallace of Irvine was here Monday Mr Allen Zarinfi has returned from atrip to Barbonrville Mr William Rice of Rice Station was In this city Saturday Miss Byrd Gaines of New Castle is the guest ot her sister Mrs W E MunceyMiss Schleget of Richmond is visiting Mrs Silas Yeager Lexington Leader Miss Anne Milward has returned to Lexington after a visit to Mrs M 0 KelloggMrs G Prewitt has been vif iting her sister Mrs W D Oldham in LexingtonMr Mrs Bolings have been visit ing Mr and Mrs Gregory in Richmond Central Record Mrs Abe Barnett has been visiting Mrs Ben Benny Mrs Barnet fonner ly resided in this city Mr J Clair Bush has gone to Lexing ton to take a business course at the Wilbur Smith College Mr and Mrs Herman Frasl will goto Cincinnati tomorrow to see Nat Good in A Gilded Fool Mr and Mrs C C Wallace are now at home to their friends at their cosy cottage on Lancaster avenue Mrs H G McElwaino and little daughter Mattie Elisaph of New York are guests of Mrs J W Bales Mr F A Lyons of Beattyville late candidate fur State Senator from this district was in our city last week Rev J J Edwards of Estill county is very illat his home He is the father of Mrs CI Pine of this city Miss Julia HIggins will return Fri day from a pleasant visit to Misses Mamie ana Susan McRoberts in Dan ville Miss Marguerite Dykes was a guest Saturday ol Miss Gladys Perry at CampbellUagerman college in Lexington Miss Martha Smith of Richmond arrived at noon today and is the guest of Mrs George Walden Danville Advocate Messrs B Letcher Grinstead J C Ballard 0 M Frasa W J Wagers and J H Haselden spent Sunday in LexingtonMr K Duncan and family who have been in Mt Sterling for the past year have returned to this city to reside The Big Comic Opera The Tele phone Girl will be seen in this city on Wednesday Feb 10 at The New Opera House Misses Addle Hunley and Bessie Coyle went to Lexington Thursday to witness the marriage of Mr R E Tipton and Miss Mary Coyle Miss Mabel Letton and Mrs E S Martin of Muncie hid are guests of Mrs J R Willitms at Falmoiith Kentuckian Citizen Miss Lucy Adams left Monday for Falmouth where she will assist her brother T C Adams in instructing a classin physical culture Mr Joe S Gardner who has been in Jacksonville Florida for some time past has returned to his old home at Irvine with the view of locating there Messrs C H Stoll of Lexington and W J Wilson of Nicholasvflle were ii the city Saturday on business connected with the Kentucky Warehouse and Distillers Company- Mr Malcolm Miller Jr left Monday for New York He will travel for a large Eastern house his territory being through Ohio and Kentucky His Many friends here wish him much Sarah Schaokelford was hostess at a charming card party last week lither home in the WestEnd Her guests were Misies Baldwin Bennett and Greenleaf and Measrs Hume Wagers Haselden and Colhir Miss Mabel Litton is expected shortly from a visit to her sisters Mrs Dr Martin of Muncie Ind and Mrs J H Williams of Falmouth Mrs Martin will come wih Miss Letton for a visit to Mrs R A Woolums The many friends of Mrs Sam Ben nett regretted to learn of her serious illness at her home near White Hall- S te has been under the careful nursing of Miss Bourier and It is hoped that she will soon be entirely restored to heojtb Rev and Mrs W A Eisenhart and little win Donald left yesterday for New Yorkwhere they will reside In lbs future This splended family made many friends luring their residence in j Richmond anti their departure is regretted by all Wears in receipt of a lengthy de scription of the marriage of Miss Adele Jones and Mr W R McKenzIe which occurred In Kansas City recently bni as it arrived too late lor this issue we will have to carry it over until next week at which time it will he publish ed in our columns The many frleads of MIBS Allen the Superintendent at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary will regret to know that she hiss been confined to her room for a number of days with a very severely sprained ankle The injured member has been played in a catjt and It is hoped that Miss Allen will soon be relieved It will be gratifying news to his many friends to know bet Mr S L MidkitT in recovering from a severe at tack of illness Mr MidkitT is the well known Carriage maker and blacksmith and has long been identified with the business Interests of the city He is highly honored by a host of friends who will bb glad to see hinitback at his postMr R L Gentry Jr ofsivilleTeiin who hind about decided M come to Kentucky toitrqt a traveling pos ton withIt VauHeering Hardware Co o ingiiHi has reconsidHred and will remain with Gray Dudley This is one of the largest wholesale hardware houses In the South and we luckIsame many here regret that he didnt come hack to tile old stamping grounds to reside At their cosy little home on Oak street Mr and Mrs Leslie P Evans gave a charming dinner party last Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs rhos H Pickets The inclemency of the weather without only served to increase the cheer within and a most plpa ant awl delightful evening was eijoyecl by the guests Tim dinner was prepared and served under the direr tion of Richmonds culinary genius Mistress Bettie Little and course after cauise of the most delectable viand followed each other to the complete gastronomic satHfnction of the klners Mr ane Mrs Evans social charm added much to the pleasure of the occasion anti a very happy affair WHH the result Those present beside the host and hos tess and the guests of honor were Mr and Mrs George W Evans Jr Mr and Mrs D M Chenault Dr and Mrs Harry Blanton and Messrs Joe and William Evans Col Caperton Is in receipt of a warm personal letter from his friend Gov David R Francis of St Louis Mo Gov Francis spent his boyhood days in Richmond and Col Caperton knew him well and all of the people of Madi son county and in Kentucky are justly proud of him Ho was a member of President levelands Cabinet Governor of Missouri and is now President of the Louisiana Puichasa Exposition soon to he opened at ijt Louis for the worlds exhibits The Exposition is to be the greatest the world has ever seen The following is an extract from Gov Francis letter My dear Col I trust that you and all the people in Rich mond and Madison county will not fail to come to the Fair which promises to be well worth a visit front every per son however remote from the scene Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises one mile west of Richmond on the Tales Creek pike on Thursday Feby 4th At 10 oclock A M the following property Three Shoats 6 Cows 1 Brood Mare Vork lare 2 year old Colt 3 year old Colt 1 4yearold Colt Sorrel Tnittinebred mare 1 4yearold Mule Corn Fodder Sugar Cane Funning Implements Honsehod and Kitchen Furniture Terms made known on day of Sale Mrs W E Luxon PiamondstWatchest Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of evry description These are some of the things to bn found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clod refuse to- go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs reset tings take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want auythiitg that can be found in a first class Jewelry establishment go to i lAnes He is well fixed in these kind of articles L E Lane Jeweler and Optician TONIGHT Grand Opera House JOSEPH C LOGAN PRESENTS F r tau3eiz lJ And a Star Cast Company In his own unique Idyllic Comedy 19ThePrices fIOi5 and J P ill ili r FF7Fm 7I III7F+ GREAT = 1 Reduction Sale on 4SBOES HATSa ft 9k I MENS FURNISHINGS If For the next tj 20 DAYS f 7rBeginningm way of Winter Goods at prices wPOR CASH alt Please do not ask or expect goods to be charged at these prices This sale takes i2inthe famous W Lv Douglas Shoes UMphsI 4 00 B otees 3 15 It 3 50 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 95 I 4 t 3 50 H C Lace Bootees 2 75 U 3 00 H C Lam Bootees 235I3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Labe 2 45 U + 3 50 Hartford Half BOOIS 2 75 III 4 00 Donble Vamp Railroad Boots 3 U II 2 50 High Cut Shows 80IIt 2 00 High Cut Shoes 1 55 I 1 75 Shoes 135 J 50 Shots 120 Boys 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 45 I S It 2 50 Box Calf Shoes 2 15 f 2 00 Box Calf Shoes 65 I1 50 Box Calf Shoes 1 20 p I 25 Box Calf Shoes 05 jjjx Youths 00 Calf Shoes 1 65 20lvjlX Little Gents SI 50 Calf Shoes 120 I 1 25 Calf Shoes 1 05 1 00 Calf Shoes 85 U 8J 5j 2J L v is an ofa to get r in and at ed in I7 see are as tlj 7ij er CV Ac Puffs C A ke Dfls of Sale of the 1otail lon ircuit Court tit the Term thai eol 1904 in the style cause the under lined will on Monday the hours of 10 a m expose to Public Sale to the and best bidder the ed viz A parcel of land on the waters oi Tales rireeft In and Tan and the west by Mrs Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve of the money to have the force and eff ct of a Judg went legal from day oisale with a Lien upon said until all the monev is paid S H Master U C o and Ladies S3 50 Shoes excepting Queen Quality S2 95 3 00 Shoes excepting Quality 2 45 2 50 Shoes 2 15 It 2 00 Shoes 1 65 1 50 Shoes I 20 Misses 2 00 Shoe sizes 11M to 2 1 65 1 50 Shoes II 1 20C1 25 Shoes 1 05 1 00 Shoes It 90 boShoessizes to 11 1 20 1 25 Shoes 1 05 00 thoesII1 90 J 85 Shoes i5 76 Shoessizes to 8 65 III 65 Shoes 55 450 Shoes 49 1 00 Shoes to 51 90 N 75 65 U 60 ShoesII J 50 50 Shoes 40 I iii a DONT FORGET REDUCED PRICESON Underwear Rubber Felt fTCome early and get first choice This lifetime goods that areright both style and quality such prices never before offer orRichmond 1 I RICE AND ARNOLD I Bring this advertisement and that goods represented t 71 7Ii M 71 I i 7iI 1F i 9 Ms omsio1a1 Jenkins against Denny EquityByrendered January above Feb 15 04 Between oclock premisesiiihighest following describ property CERTAIN TRACT- or located Madison county towitOnMorgauTaylorBerrymsu on Beiryman TERMS mouths squally givobondpayment purchase bearing interest reserved properly purchase THORPE Commissioner QuoenI Infants Shoes Hatst Shirts Boots Boots Rain Coats Gloves opportunity Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their homes with new L1uikPupJ1cjI sonable prices J Outside aperlngtV I L JOrders left at B L Middeltons will be promptly attended to I t 4 I I G MILLER itttm4itIGreat Values in Fall Merchandise LI jt New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our immense stocks ot seasonable merchandisegreater and better selected stocks oIt therffsee we you is not exaggerated Sf cI that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODS ottnntJcollection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined Piqu s and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away k Our Fall MillineryW- eare showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in- styles out of the ordinary The most complete assortment in tjie city in felt beaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread e thekindf Clothing and Shoe Department 5 Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We 19 1ST theright ls at all prices Come and see them wOur basement is full of Carpets and OilCloths at the right prices o- rA 6 12 Respectfully Submitted tojhe Cash Trade Childrens KV Elder rOur Line of Vehicles offeringspecialRepairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call het QaTa e DoTks RtGHMOlVD KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET FRe- sntIroceres BoquetAGENTS FOR flour Lakeside Peas at lOc a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 27 1904 Tonight The New Dominion Next Monday the first day of Feb ruary will bo County Court day It a crowded house greet Clay Clement the noted actor tonightat the Grand Mr A R Harris has purchased the John McKenua residence on Hallie Irvine street Judge Zach Gibbons one of the oldest members of tle Lexington bar died suddenly last week The Cecilian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs Leslie P Evans at her home on Oak St A lifesized oil portrait of the late Walter S Brnnaton has been hung in the Circuit Court room of the Fayette county Court House in Lexington During the heavy wind of last Thursday night a large tree was blown down in the Pattie A Clay Infirmary yard and a window glass broken in the hall The power house at Jackson was blown up last week Tom Marcum son of the murdered J B Mar cum had charge of the machinery and barely escaped with his life Our readers will find to their ad vantage to pay especial attention to the advertisement of Owen McKee which appears In this issue Goods are being sold at ridiculously low prices so that their stock may be reduced before the store is remodeled Rice Arnolds renewed advertisement appears In this issue of our paper These Gentlemen believe in newspapers as a means of malting known their goods to the public and our readers will do well to read and see what these gentlemen have to say The Busy Hoe Cash Store at Cyn thlana had a narrow escape from fire last Tuesday when the drapery in the show window taught fire from a lamp The goods in the window were de stroyed and the large plate glass hro ken ThH damage amounts to several hundred dollars The blizzard which struck this town early yesterday morning was something fierce The wind blew a regular irate and tent as if itwas right ofT time north side of an iceberg carrying with it snow and sleet Perhaps old Kiiic hIIAr wanted to give us his last embrace hrfore Brother Ground hug prniHMiiicfR Sprmar Next Tiirwlny February 2nd will he Groundhog day According to the old superstitions this little animal makes known whether or not winter Is over lie enlarges Iron his hiding place and If he noes his shadow he darts back and winter continues for six more wekH On thp other hand if he ial to see his shallow we will enjoy sprintr weather He almost always sods his shadow e 3 t99tins frop Are You Satisfied With Your Laundry- If not give me a trial bundle and let me convince you that IautldryCalled Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OftlcRlce Arnolds shoe Store Phone 113 Dont fail to see Clay Clement at theI Grand Opera House tonight Work on Mrs Lee Maupins rest dence on the corner of Glyndon avenue and Fourth street is nearing completion A new college has been founded at Perryville a small town in the western part of Boyle county It will be known as Ewing College and will be ready for work next September According to predictions February will be a rip snorter abounding in storms of terrific force extremely cold weather and all kinds of atmospheric pranks Mr It G Engle has rented the Roberts House on Irvine street and will conduct a boarding house in con nection with hw Main street hostelry Mr Engles family will remain at the Miller place He hnsuhe best wishes of all in his undertaking The favorable reception given Bar low and Wilsons Slinstrels indicates success Courier Journal At Grand Opera House this city Feb 4 s Lost A Masonic pin between Frasa Bros grocery store and Collins street Finder 0 will please return to this office and receive reward tf The Lovely Woodland Pastures Of the Blue Grass country are seen to best advantage from the trolley cars that run every hour between Lexington Ii Georgetown and Paris The Last Captain P P Ballard lays claim to being the only surviving member of tile Legislature of MO since the death of Governor John Young Brown for Rent 100 acres of To1 Blue Grass part of which is within the city limits and is wellwatered We also have for rent a 20acrc pasture G J White Sou 13j2t Richmond Ky Public Sale of Bank Stock I will offer for sale publicly in front of the Court House door rext County Court Day at 2 oclock twenty or thir ty shares of State Bank Trust Company stock Long Tom Chenault Sodal Session acd Initiation On next Friday night thera will ba initiatory exercises at the Elks Lodge rooms followed by a social session District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler John Stuart of Frankfort will be present and a full attendance on the part of the members is expected Officers Elected On last Thursday the ladies mission ary society ot the Baptist church met amielected the following officers for the year of 1904 Mrs James W Smith President Mrs H T Daniel Vice President Miss Bessie Dudley Secretary and Mrs D C BipgrstafI Treasurer YHC A Notes The Vlj tans Committee of the Young Meis Christian Association will celebrate WalaIn tons birthday Feb 22 with a Colonial Entertainment at the rooms of the association General and Mrs Washington will be glad to meet their friends TheAesociation State Convention will heat Bowllll Gree Ky February 18 to 21st Madison County will be represented The County Committee have been helpful in introducing 9 young men going from this county to other Associ ations in 3 different states and the Philippine Islands in the last eight months f 1 Did You KnowtJ V Seed Time is Drawing i Nearr e e tWellit is headquarrJ ters for all kinds of field and garden J seeds We will receive in a few days a car loadof Oats and other seeds and JA will be glad to quote you prices on any A A thing andin v Salt Line and Cement T t J andmember Our are most reasonable Re I complete line of the freshest Groceries i Jf Fruits Candy Meats t and everything groceryelsestore Your patronage will be greatly IA appreciated y Very Respectfully t t Hurb r Huguolg I c Successors toE Deatherage Co l n t 1 t tt si tttt tt t k- iDQD If Cu on zuitsana Overcoatzii- n order to close put all winter Suits and Overcoats both men s and boys we have made the most remarkable price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cashnow and willneed the room later so weve made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Our loss is heavy and your gain will be equally great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale 8 ao 2250 25 Choice for Go through r great stock and take you choice oi tall the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on QV J250 J5 115 forFloVRich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very stylemany of them handtailored allo for a e song1O00 A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price tYoung Mens Suits and Overcoats ages ears at the same startling reductions as in the mens department e PITS a 11i 1i3 lis L U p 9Ir MrayeJ From Amos Willis farm on the Barnes Mill pike a red dehorned steer weight about 500 pounds Lib eral reward will he paid for return of same to undersigned 27j8t Dr H R Gibson Peversed Judge Nunn rendared a decision at Thursdays session of the Courtof Appeals reversing the judgement of the Madison Circuit Court in a case of Bettie Parrish against the and Nashville Railroad Companyand sends the case back to the court below for a new trial The action was by the appellant for recovery of damages for the killing of some cattle The case went out in the trial below on demur rer to the petition The opinion of Thursday says this was an error The New Dominion Is one of the romantic plays cacu lated to give one a better opinion of things theatrical It is a beautiful picture true to life and after the de luge of trash with which the public has been inflicted it comes like a rav of sunshine to relieve a cloudy day Mr Clay Clement is a magnetic actor and works to please his patrons He has had too the good taste to see the necessity of good snpport and has around him a comprfny of immense strength The New Dominion will be played in this city at the grand Opera House on Wednesday January 27 when they will be welcomed with an enthusiastic aUllienceICounty Not Uty Most Provide a Feslhonse The Court of Appeals last Wednesday reversed the judgment of the Nelson Circuit Court in a case of the city of Bardstown against the county of Nel son The whole court considered the case and Judge ORfar delivered the opinion The action involves the question of whether the county or the town should have provided pesthouse and care for smallpox patients The court below held that it was the duty of the city The court here says in re versing this was an error and holds the county should have furnished the protection The case is remanded for the city to recover Will be Improved The Owen McKee drv goods compa ny has closed a contract with James L Pence and Co of Cincinnati who will make great improvements in the store room on the corner of Main and First streets The building will be raised two and onehalf feet the flnor dropped qnd the ceiling made higher windows will be put in on the side facing First and handsome display windows put in the front This will be quite an addition to our business blocks The large and ever increasing trade of this firm necessitates these im provements and enlargements In order to reduce their stock as much as possible everything will be sold at cost So now will be splendid opportunity to get bargains Thieves at Work again A number of robberies have been committed In our city lately the last having occurred on last Thursday night when Covln ton Banks large clothing house was broken into An entrance was effected through a back window the glass having beon broken sufficiently to allow the intruder to open the back window Ho helped himself to a new outfit consisting of suit overcoat hats hues ties and shirt He was careless enough to leave his old clothing on the floor Thisis well as some other things have given the officers a clue upon which to work Nick Carter the famous bloodhound from Wilroore was brought here and tracked the thief for five miles out the Irvine pike finally losing the trai1j Various rumors have reached the city that the thief had been arrested at various points but they were withdpt foundation The ofllcers feel confident however that they will ba able to ft d the fellow in case be will be summarily dealt with When the Springtime Comes A trolly trip along the pike between Lexington Georgetown and Paris will give you a pleasant outing There was a gathering of minstrel Ivers that packed the Opera House to the doors hist night that assembled to pay court to Barlow and Wilsons Min strels as they appeared on their annual engagement The performance consisted entirely of modern minstrel attractions The people went to witness the fin de steele minstrel ot the season and found them lenders by several lengths for everything went fast enough to keep the most lively on the qui rive Their effi cient agent told the truth when he said that the company was bettet this year than ever before The performance abounds in new features which kept the audience til a continual state ot hilarity the hit of the evening being inadn by the Great Barlow and Wil son The vocal numbers are gems of farIThis attraction will be seen at the Grand Opora House February 4 Blj Hill Coal Company The Big Hill Coal Company has op ened branch offices in the new Union Trust Building Cincinnati Ohio cor ner of Fourth and Walnut Streets and has put the same in charge ot O J Krauss who is one of time most competent and experienced coal men in that city On January 1 1904 the L N R R Co tufiied over to the Big Hill Coal company onehalf of its coal bins and coal terminals in Cincinnati and the coal company proposes to sell coal in Cincinnati on a large scale This is the first coal company that has undertaken to actively and serious ly compete in the Cincinnati market with West Virginia and Pennsylvania coal After the most careful tests in stationary boilers and analysis the results show that the Brush Creek coal is at least the equal of its Eastern com petitors Mr Krauss and his assistants are stow selling daily 250 tons of 3ush Creek coal in the Cincinnati market and hope soon to materially increase their sales- The output of the mines ot the Big Hill Coal Company will soon reach 1000 tons per day and it proposes in the near future to also establish offi ces and open a coal yard in Louisville Ky as the mules are equi distant between Louisville and Cincinnati A Difference lu the last issue of the CLIMAX I noticed a small item which branded E as the most unfortunate letter in the English alphabet I beg leave to differ E is first in the first womans name Eve it is first in everything we enjoy it is also in life love and money For time simple amusement of your readers I will give a few rhymes showing the better side of the letter E E is in plenty and pleasure Ease and leisure Bread and cake Live and make It is in give anti take Money and wealth Honor and health E ism mine and me Coffee and tea Mean andeat Nice mid neat It appears in meat and pie Nose and eye Shoed and clothes Feet and hose And I am sure with uie You will iilte agree Thatiithc leitir E must appear In that oft used word Dear My list is not complete Until the word sweet E Is In hetrt frifii l great And I leave it nc tart in State Well I just guess That I have made a success Of toy little rhyme And Old Father Timo Thinks it is best To give you all a rest So I will close as you see By signing wy name E BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice of all Suits that sold for 125and150 s2Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 ECiYINBTON BANKS1OUi- Z MATRIMONIALHUQUELEYHAY Hugueley and Miss Philip Hay were united in marriage at the home of the bride near Idalia this county on last SaturdayTIPTOXCOVLE pleasant surprise to the many frfends of the contracting parties was the marriage of Mr Robert E Tipton of Montgomery county and Miss Mary Coyle of this city which occnred in Lexington on last Thursday afternoon The ceremony was perform ed by Rev Bass of the Mt Sterling Baptist Church at the Phoenix Hotel immediatly after which the happy couple left fir the grooms home Mr Tipton is a former resident of Irvine Kv and is a splended type of man hood both in his handsome physique and his high moral character He is a progressive and prosperous voung farmer of Montgomery county and is held in high estate by a large cirellof friends and admirers He Is well fixed in this worlds good and has lately er ected a handsome country home He is Irother to Mrs A Lee Gott of this city and has manv friends here His bride Is a daughter of the late Algin Coyle and is one of ocr most attractive mil accomplished young ladies She fan graduate of Cald well High School and has held quite a number of respon Bible positions as teacher in our county schools She is also a talented elocutionist and has often been heard by large audiences here and other places She is quite popular with a large circle of friends whose best wishes follow her to her new home The CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations to Mr and Mrs Tipton and wishes for them a life of happiness and prosperity WILLIAMSBULL The home of Mr and Mrs S C Bull in Frankfort was the scene of a pretty wedding on last Thursday when their daughter Miss Cordelia became the wife of Mr Will iam Price Williams of Irvine Ky The bride is a handsome and charming yonpg woman and is extremely popu lar in her home town where she numbers her friends by tlmscore She lies upon several occasions visited in Irvine and she goes there as no stranger but as quite a favorite Mr Williams is a son of the late lv T B William who was ono of E tills most respected and influential citizens He is cashier of the banking firm ot W T B Will lams Son and is an exemplary young man handsome cultured and refined with a disposition as gentle and lovable as a womans He is one of the most respected and highly honored young men in EsMHs capitol and the CLIMAX extends the very heartiest congratulations to Mr Williams and his fair bride and wishes for them a life of abundant happiness and prosperity Under handsome emits rf the happy young couple the Frankfort Journal has the following to say of the mar riage These young people were mar ried yesterday evening at six oclock at the home of the bride on Washington street Mr Williams Is cashier of the banking house of W T B Williams Sons bankers Irvine Ky He comes from one of the most prominent and distinguished families in Eastern Ken tucky He is a young man of splendid business ability and bas a host ot friends The bride Miss Cordelia Hull is one of the most beantlfnl and popular voting ladies of Kentuckys Capitol City and Mr Williams can atnlate himself on winning the bears and hand of this splendid young woman She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs S C Bull ot this city whose names are linked with Frankforts most honorable and respected citirens The wedding was a quiet home affair witnessed only by the family and Intimate friends Mr and Mrs Williams left Frankfort last night tor a bridal trip East After this trip they will re receive their friends at the home of Mr Williams in Irvine Ky The ceremo ny was performed by Dr J McClusky Blayney of the First Presbyterian church 3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 1tV Louisville BIRTHS CURTIS Horn to the wife of Mr Chas Curtis of Kirksville on the 15ii an Spound girl LAMB Mr and Mrs Pal Lamb are rejoicing over the arrival of a ten pound son which arrived on the 24th making the only boy in a fanily of sev en girls CLAKK News reaches us from Lexing ton that the stork has again visited the home of County Superintendent J D Clark leaving a handsome daughter This is only the second daughter in the family the others all being robust handsome boys fine fellows like their father The new little lady has been christened Margaret Professor and Mrs Clarkes many friends here are extending best wishes for their happy family DEATHS EISEXIIART Sad indeed was the death of little Wilson Eisenhart the youngest child of Rey and Mrs W A Eisenhart which occnred on Wednesday after a short illness of membran ous croup His death came during the absence of his father who was telegraphed for arriving Friday night New York Funeral services were held Saturday morning aftor which the lit tle body was consigned to Mother Earth in the Richmond cemetery To the heartbroken parents the deepest sym pathy of nil is extended ANDERSON Mr Charles Anderson died at his home at Wallaeeton on the 19th of this monthat ihe advanced age of 77 years Deceased was born in Es till county in 1827 but moved to this county in 1834 where he has since re sided proving himself at all times one of Madisons most honored and respect ed citizens For nearly thirtysix years he had been a faithful and zealous mem her of the Christian church and from the time he became of age unto his death he was a staunch supporter of the Democratic ticket For fifty years Uncle Charlie as he was familiarly known never missed a single vote His long life was well spent and he died the death ol the righteous His funeral took place at his residence last Tuesday alter which his remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery- HARDEnThe death of Mrs William Harber which occured at her home on Broadway last Tuesday night came as a severe shock to her many friends and relatives She had been ill only a few hours with paralyMsand almost without warning her summons came Mrs Her ber was a Godly Christian woman and was greatly beloved She was known for her many acts of kindness and charity To her death had no fearsfor her life hadbeen ono as had pleased her Maker She is survived by her husband and two children Mr Dan Harber of this city and Mrs Richard Tao of White Hall to whom the deep est md tenderest sympathy is extended Her funeral was conducted Thurs day morning at eleven oclock at her residence after which her interment took place In the Richmond cemetery Lynched Lewis Radford colored who was charged with the murder of a negro woman at Guthrie Ky was lynched by a mob of his own race They shot the murderer to pieces in jail and then hanged his body to a tree and quietly dispersedCTo the Theatergoing People of Richmond i Mr E8 Wiggins beg to announce the coming of the big Comic Opera success The Telephone Girl at New Opera Honse January 10th The com pany comes to New Opera House after a tour of large citiesand was secured by the management by a large guarantee Tbe company is composed of forty beautifnl chorus girls and ten gentle men Mr E S Wiggins has hada complete steam heating plant installed in the New Opera House so that hence forh the house will be comfortably warm 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved 8 JO Choice for m Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits Reduced fom 8 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried A over from last year and marked them all at cne price Cash only none charged these prices will not allow it CLOTHING tt 1a1rV liroSr ttII- r d Having closed a contract with James L Pence the house raiser of Cincinnati and Todd Sons of Richmond to remodel our store we will be compelled to close out ot Every day this great January and February Clearance Sale grows for customer who takes advantage of the values we offer becomes an enthusiastic advertiser of the genuineness of our sale 1 We cannot impress upon you too strongly this all important fact that while other stores are only offering the leftovers of their winter stocks we have absolutely of in our and have added to the sale our beautiful new Spring Stock of goods arriving daily all ofwhich go in at our low January and February sale price We especially wish to call your attention to this excep tional opportunity to 1 Cheviots Voiles Etamines Broadcloths Mohairs GranitesI Cream Mohairs Mistrils Showerproof Suitings Exclusive Suit Patterns and Crepes in all the wanted shades 1 S t J tJ Z J pOU 2knockabout 500 SUITS everyday 1rVCLOSING oUT 750 FOR CASK Tho Utire Stock Cost Marked Down Every Dollars Worth Merchandise Store b- uyBlack and Colored Dress Goodsi- n All 1 Taffeta Luzine and Fancy Silks waist patterns at 80c per All Silk and Wool Challies former price 50 and 75c now 25 and ydjAll 50c Oxfords in figures and stripes at 39c All J Oxfords in figures and stripes at 75c Alt JOc Flannellettes at 6 J4c All I8c Flannellettes at JOc All JOc Outing Flannels at 7 J2c All 18 ond 25c Silkolines now J2 J2c All JO and J2 J2c Cretons now 6 J4 and 8c AH colors Fleishers Shetland Floss former price 9Oc a box now 79c All Imported Germantown Yarn JOc skein now 7 J2c Our J Outing Night Dresses 79c Our 89c Outing Night Dresses 69c Our J Flannellette Wrappers at 75c All Blankets and Comforts at cost Smyrna Moquette and Fur Rugs at cost Regia J Sateen Petticoats at 89c Regia J 50 Sateen Petticoats at 123 Ladies 50c Muslin Night Dresses at 42c 4175c 63c J 00 4489cLadies J8c Corset Covers I5c 50c II42c75c 63c u JIe 89c 25c Linen Towels at J9c I J5cII 8J3c JOeII II 7 J2c Table Linens and Napkins in match sets at cost Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEE c r r r1qSTOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS j iAsplendidopportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated r three miles from Globe Arizona c Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and c Gold n1ngand Milling Company Beltextendingc V Mining District whirh as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the world V 300 Acres in a compact body with undisputed tltltNo debts of any kind development still going on in the mot modern and fivstematic manner 18 claimsandevery claim will be a mine ore in Bight on every one Copper Gold Sliver and Lead all in payIng quantities with good assays in Tin Uranium etc Large groundrArizonaand other parts of the westwhen it watt offered for IOu a share and later on went to i5 per share now buy in the c ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co SO Cents per Share fit V which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Pro jT ceeds from Kale of Htook goes into ilevelopment work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoist c inir and handling ol ores from mine to mill No salaried officers to Dividends when mine is As an investment abso f I fiternlvestor will notice that Having the United Verde Senator harks mine with its BillionDollar Ore Body in H Sight on the northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Bisbee and other mines operated bv c Phelps Dodge Co who have turned their attention from banking to minim because it pays better thatVthis as an investment is tho V Mining Opportunity of the Present Century V CFor further information address 1 JtOBT M FOREE j Pree and Hen Mgr Main Office ArizonaViI rf Denver EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY niCOPOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you quick and satisfactory communication with the people this great section of the We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments facilities unsurpassed JAMES E CALDWELLr Preildent J Gcnl Manager L BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Hair Etc Corner Main and lyrPhone 85 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RN MILLER ATTOBNETATHW KlCHKONDr KBMTOOKT Office n the Burnam Building door to anaera National Bank feMly IIa SULLrv ATTORNEY ATLAW RIOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JO D M UHENAUVr ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AfiorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law omce over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tbr Dr Hobson building MinStreet E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Butt ling Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREt 1Qrsdutea Soutbera Bcboo of Oitheopathy DENTniSviGER r OatTttTo- RNTIT st stOn50t or LODISTILLX KY ButidingIshmSndnorlTly V M Blanton DENTIST limo Btunett BulUtag 1ln1 TBLBPHOKB 196 K i DIN f1hl ifl41Ofl 1t13I4S Feiiruary 10 1904 KILLTHE COUGH SAUD CURE THE LUNGS L WIT IJLi l8II New Discovery II FOB cPrIce100 eliILESS or MONBY BACK r l I JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Offlcte 248 Equitable Bldi Colorado of Southern in of country and S J W HUNTER Sccy JRI R1 Cement Plaster B Streetsapr30 next over Clover Hay FOR SALE 650 Bales Chain CIo ver Hay For Sale 10 In Quantities to Suit Jno G Taylor Son Telephone 112 L N1 Tim T l Lv1tRp No 6 Olnnati and Livings 125 p m too Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Oinnati and Livings 315 a m ton Bzprxs north bound 350 JIm LtvinailO 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Acem north bound 620 m No II Stanford and 720 p m vIllaAccm south 1aysINo 21 Richmond and land Accm south Stan430pm Louisville Atlantic Eailroi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or JJJiSandFor Irvine and Beattyvllle 130 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam mFromIIR SMITH QT ilA B A IR1ebmonc OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop su ira teed to lw pure It ii ofoldstyle rnniiu faotnre No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur- POSe You want the heat Furnished Strictly to Family Trade IO year old In jn4 00 per gallon 10 liotilasSO 5 t jAiM42fiO t 5 t bottiM 3tKew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WIIRYSEARCY Old Joe Distillery jMcBrajer n6vlvr Anderson county KVf RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For man The 5 cent packet ia enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them J H Thompson a well known citi zen of MiHereburgdledinaLeilngton hospital FRANK A WRIGHTYVice President Blanch Office 910 Tacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois r Ctr Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT C W Jenkins c Plaintiffagaluit C DefendantsAll loliletbeon or before the 2Ut day of January ornroe will be oarr 1jt S E SCOTT M C C C Mtor ommiuioners hIe M G Lamb Pitt atramit U H Todds Heirs Dfta NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY ofthestyletcauae Monday Feb V04 At the hour of 10 oclock a m at the Court countyKy bidderA Certain Lot Dl11lngbamAdditionbeing Lot No 21 in block No 5 In the Rice theCityOr a sufficient quantity to produce the sum IcbemadeTERM Bale will lie mude on a credit of six requllttJtoment ot the purchase to have the force and effect ofaJudgnunt bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon Ispaid13j3t B ESCOT1MCM CO h oiio1ia1e LJ Fraiee Pin against O P Marcum Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY HallorstylecauseThursday January 28 andJMadison county Ky proceed to exnose lo biddertheA Lot or Parcel of Land Richmondstreet where the high picket fence of the new ofthewithItheda4isonproducetheordered to be mude and the costs hereof sixandapprovedseJulgmentunUlallS E SCOTT M C M C C The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co Special Rates To The West And Southwest On the first and third Tuesdays of Jan Feb March and April 1904 the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route will hive on sale special oneway and round trip ex theIsalejto monthfl5th to Oct 15lh inclusive 1JKM Now is the time t visit Hot Springs Ark Write for illustrated bookiett For information as to rales etc address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati O Arc You Going to Florida Winter Tourists tickets on sale via Queen Crescent Route Southern- Railway and connecting lines to points South Southeast and Southwest at re duced rates good returning May 31 1904 Tickets can now be purchased to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Lookout Mountain and Atlanta returning via Asheville and the Land of the Sky with stepover privileges For rates and information addsess Q E Clarke T PA Lexington Ky or VO Rinearson Q P A Cincinnati Oj3tn Notice Having purchased onehalf interest In the Snmnels iiveryetableouu Main street J cordially invite all my friends and patrons 10 call on meat my new quarters where I will be in a position to serve the public more faithfully than in the past 18j3t LO SDEAKKB Stops tho Cough and Works off tho cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Ttteth cure a mid In one dAVO cure no pay Price 25 cents c CUttflig Outfit For Sale Eight horsepower gasoline engine large cuter and belting all complete and in goo4 running order Apply ton S Harbtfr Richmond Ky VN Wheeler dec232mo 9Red House Ky Notice The 1 A railroad will soon be in a position to iifrhish btoken stptih and screenings from inequality limestone in carload lots tor turnpikes driveways amI walks For prices call on or address AC HONE Gen Man Versailles ICy IGdtf BLUE GRASS TRACTION COHFANH Georgetown Lexington Trac tionCo Cars leave Pari for Lexington every hour from 7 a UI toS p in and at IP p ID Leave exingtoh every hour from 6 awin to 7 p m and at 9 p m Single fare 40 cents Time 55 minutes Leave Lexington for Genrgftown ev ery hour from 7 a in to 11 p m except 11 am p m 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a in to 10 p m except 10 n iu 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Y Alexander President Hygienic Tcflet In the following notice I wish to make a few remarks concerning the toilet article mhich I fcell They are known all the Hygionic Toilet Requi sites and Melton Preparations Purity is without a doubt the deMred quality in all preparations for the lace and body The preparations handle are pure absolutely so they are free from any injurious chemicals and may hr used with impijnity on the most deli wile and sensitive skin The list of articles I hate include hygelmeekln food complexion powder soaps balms tooth paste tujlei water high grade perfumes etc My prices are most reasonable and I fel cunfMeni if ant tile iifes thee articles they will never be without them I sloth bo pleased to sltw mv minples at any tune and I use this meilixi to ask the people of Richmond to give me their patronage in thic line Mns ALICE JONES Main St next dour 10 Punts Grocery de43011 +++ CALL ATs JONES OERSHOFTS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest ami most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St P TTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other 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 25 janlv RICHMOND KY TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ttf Wears pleased it is on sale at tOBtatethatIplaces in Arbucklo Slmmonj Bearer A Hamilton O Flnnel J W Masters JV Whitlock John Burton Roberts J WTeater J W Prewitt L A Wearren li O McWharter EarlyLT CO B chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Buthton Edenton otton burg Paint Lick- Wallaeeton Berea Klrksvllle CO YEARS IXPfRIJINCJu U PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tic mIluICklommunicattonstrtctyconcfientiat sent free Oldest agency for securing paxents receiveSpecialScientific fltitericaii ctrcutaUonYear tour months IL SOld bYalllIewsdcal MIJNN 3DlBroadaay New York JJraoCll Qmce an Bt Waaflington n 0 Weak Heartseveryon13can remember when it was slmflo Indigo lion It Is a scientific fact that iill cases of onl1traeablogestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and thoheartttdelicateUrDKzubaof Nevada Oaari Ihadtfomaeh ioubla with It ItookKodoJDrspepslaCurJorlSnUw JDOntls Xo4ol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous presaurei3ottleiooti the trU ItzevbicbSoUiIor5Oclrpsrs CHICAGO For sale by Perry lhoma8i Ayers For coughs colds bronchitis asthma weak throats weak lungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pect- oralCherry PectoralAlways the house We have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors myfamilylungtroubleEns J K1fORCBOS8 Waltham Mass I atesoejlonAll for J C sxzu Lowell coI ITheLungslDally sary nature 2 Ayers inGOTNew York Hunter Lays Attack Diphtheria to a Bear Claim Hl Little Boy Also Con trnotcd Disas Tbronsh the An imal who Carried Germ la uta Louie HaIr Strange u it may seem Henry Burke a provisional N w York state hunter lays an attack of diphtheria from which be is convalescing to a bear He also declares that his only child a boy of 6 contracted the disease from the animal Burke was deer hunting several weeks ago when he struck the trail of a black bear making in the direction of a log cabin In which a family named Stevens had lived last spring He was then thdaysget a shot at BruinhThe family had been with diphtheria shortly before they moved and the cabin had since been abandoned It was shunned by woods men who were afraid of contracting the disease but Burke did not hesitatew to look over the placea loinreturn home when he noticed a ladder leading to the loft where the Stevens children had slept The hunter had got holfway up the ladder when he beard a deep breathing He descended made a t1Byunder an old cot and half covered with strawThe animal opened his eyes growled bwhenThe hunter then dragged the animalaoutdoors Later in the day he the carcass home Thesixyearold boy hung about while the animal wa skinned and that with the hunt sorbear steak and then played with the skinSome days after this father and son developed sore throats Burke think bselfhomeImadeIan was sent for He diagnosed the disease as diphtheria and eventually brought his patients out of dangtrhWhen Burke found out was matter he laid the trouble to the bear wrlch he declared had carried the germs in his long hair He gave the hide to Frank Wilton another hunter Ii time Frank got the disease and a was more than ever convinced that the bear was responsible LIGHT GIVES COLLEGE YELL FUnisersityof Phonographic DevicehThe engineering students of Missouri university have perfected an invention by which the college yell may be given by means of an electric light Th light can also made to laugh cry and converse in any tongue The students bad been experimenting for several months upon the theory that light amtsound waves are so nearly that the two might be combined with interesting results but their final discovery was largely due to accident In the midst of a lecture In one of the classrooms an arc light suddenly said hello and then talked rapid ly for several moments interruptInc the lecturer in the midst marks The speaker paused and every body listened The arc light became humorous and made sarcastic remarks gateral members of the class were called by name and made the object of derisive remarks The light concluded with a loud laugh It was not until several days later that it was learned that the arc itt twasIng students who had accidentally discovered the means of fitting the alec trIo light with a phonograph Recently the engineers gave a party for the special purpose of showing an In vention to the girl students The arc light laughed sang and finally gave the varsity yell amid a storm of applause PORTABLE THRONE NOT USED PiusX Refuse to Ride In Sedla Ge tatorla at Solemn Function Cause of Hl Aversion A good story Is being told In the Vatican regarding the aversion of Pius X to being carried In the sedla ges tatorla or portable throne which is used by the pope in all solemn func tlons Plus X has not made use of this throne since his coronation and went to the last consistory on foot humbly following the slow pace of the procession surrounded by the noble guards and by the prelates in attend ancePius X explained to his confidants that on the day of his coronation sIt- ting in the sedla gestatoria so high over the shoulders of his bearer the undulations of the acclaiming multi tude produced In him a feeling of diz ziness amounting almost to vertigo and that he had to clutch firmly thu arms of his throne to prevent himself from falling as no one was near enough to assist him In case he fainted He lidded that the gondolas of Venice were safer in comparison No Cloacfl Season New York doctors have organized a bunt for the pneumonia germ IUsthe open season for that germ all the year round remarks the Chicago News any young doctor inclined toward sport should care to know s i ir lrs- j i II i it vnv tfl ae fd ft lint t Society women arp like salads a great deal depends oq thR dressing 1 t IIn are- ty t4e J aise r fUciiuu o Leaven NEED NOT CARRY LUNATICS Supreme Court of Goorcrla Sake Interesting DeoUlon In Favor of a Railway Company decision Involving the right of a IA company to haul certain passengers was made by the supreme court of Georgia recently when It was held that the Macon Birmingham railroad was right In refusing to carry a crazy passepger from Macon to Lagrange even though be was In charge of officers of the law A man had been adjudged a lunatic by the ordinary of Troup county and officers were endeavoring to carry him to the Insane asylum at Mllledgvllle When the officers attempted to put him aboard the train he raised a dIsturb- ance General Manager Lane of the Macon Birmingham was present and ordered the conductor not to take the man on board Suit was instituted against the railroad in the superior court and the Jury found in favor of the railroad The case was appealed to the supreme court and the railroad won againThe court decided as follows 1 The right of other travelers to a safe and comfortable passage warrants a carrier refusing td receive one who has been judged a lunatic and who though in charge of attendants is loudly cursing ind using obscene language at the time ofof boarding the car 2 Common car riers cannot absolutely refuse to transport persons who are Insane but may In all cases Insist that they be properly at tended safely guarded and sr curt ly restrained 3 Where It becomes neces sary to transport a lunatic who by rea son of his violence may endanger the safety or interfere with the comfort of other travelers the carrier Is entitled to seasonable notice in order that it may make proper arrangements for his ansportationWILD FOUND IN SPAIN C ave Dweller Dhcoverd Vlto LITed- OR Raw Meat and Nuts for Two Years The discovery of a cave dweller in e Basque provinces near Fuente bia on the FrancoSpanish frontier as aroused considerable curiosity at Madrid As a customs guard with his dogs was searching In a wood an extraordinary being In the image of a man was seen to rush before him with- onderful rapidity and disappear into hole in a mountain The guard fol wed on and found the wild man had ocked up the entrance to his cave with pieces of timber and stones which however were easily removed and the man was captured He was absolutely prehistoric In appearance His only garment was a skin d round his hips His long and mat d beard fell over his chest like a cloak while his hair trailed down his back in a thick mass In his cave were found numerous ones of sheep deer and other animals hich he bad eaten a sling a club and stone ax A bed of moss was his only furniture The guard brought him to Fuenter Irrabla where his appearance created a sensation Before the magistrate be explained that his name was Pruden cio he was 28 years old and had been when an infant an Inmate of a foundling hospital in San Sebastian He had formerly acted as farm hand ut two years ago being unable to find work and being In great distress he took to the forest There he lived on acorns hazel nuts and birds eggs Little by little he learned to use a sling and the ax and was able to kill eer and sheep which had strayed As e bad no fire he ate the flesh of these animals raw NEW VIEW OF RACE ORIGIN IDrDons Declares Old Theory Regard lug AmericaaAaiutieTrtbeaErroneous Basing his opinions upon data collected by several explorers sent out by Morris K Jessup of New York city Dr ranz Boas curator of ethnology of the- merican Museum of Natural History as announced his belief that previous theories as to the origin of the Ameri can and Asiatic tribes around the north pole are founded in error The curator declares that the tribes around the Bebring sea and east to Greenland are subdivisions of one race and that the Esquimo position as a distant race so l ong conceded can no longer be sus- amed It seems clear Dr Boas said that the Isolated tribes of eastern Siberia and those of the northwest coast of Amer- Ica are from one race similar In type and with many elements of culture in common The Invasion of eastern tribes n America has disturbed the former conditions but enough remains to lead- su to think that the tribes oi this whole area must be considered as a single race- ro at least that their culture Is a sin culture which at one time was found In both the northeastern part of the old world and tha northwestern part of the new world Heretofore the dwellers of the arctic region were believed by many scien to be the oldest existing race and- o be of preglaclal origin Some Other Thln Loit Mr J P Morgan is credited with a J2SOOOO bid for an original copy of Para disc Lost Some of the people remarks the Washington Star who were asso elated with some of his promotions will with that he would display as much in terest In some losses of an entirely mundane nature Not So a You Could Notice It Good resolutions look Impressive but says the Chicago News none of the cigar factories go out of business immediately following the New Year STORK iTIMEto Most women is a term of anxiety serious thought sweet anticipation painnecessary nervesBleep MOTHERS FRIEND accompanyingmaternity bring healthy sweet dispositioned worldMorning and ex graduallJeXX1udingpenetrating and relaxing liniment childbirthMothersand gained a prestige among rich women as wej as poor is and welcomed in the mansion as well as in the cabin By lessening thcmothers irony of mind inJIuenceIipeevish illtemperedand forms renUlnlug rocWritea TH ISADFIEU REGULATOR te AHzsU U Stoves i AT COSTWe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close out at cost for cash Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We- anc sell you one of our wagons for whatyou would pay for an inferior make Come in MI examine buyingTin and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE X SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made j1ill kutmiiut tAKR JilcoRtc1 Also large line of e Come quick and make your selection Do not fail our house when in Lexington F To a In Take Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature A TEXASWONDERBALLS One small bottle of Halls Great Oil covery cures all kidney and bladder rnuhlHS removes grav l diabetes seminal emissions wonk and lame bnck lieiiiiiHiirui and nil irregularities ol lie kidney unit bladder in both menimil wtiini regulates bladder u children If not Bold by your drug will liHs nt liy iimi on spcelpt of J OneMUMU bottle is two mnnthe eatm nt ami wift cure shy CHSIi above iientioneil lr E tV Hall wilt mall lecturer P 0 Hox JiiI St Loins Mo Send fur tetiinnnis old bv all lrur it ami Owen McKee Merchant itichinond Richmond Kv Feb 91902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear ir I nave USH one bottle of the iVxas Wonder Halls Great Discovj ryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I lie ai Using It to day I weigh 176 uoniids and I reel better I have in twenty years utilI cheerfully recommend it to the public Restixctfully Tjiiii Iv JOHN Ri- nostRUTS The walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and enoughtogo Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslong sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need cotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion It makes new fleshand jives new life to the weak ystem Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out- f the rut It makes new rich blood the Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time Theres new strength and flesh in every dose We will be glad IntheciEmulsion SCOTT t BOWNE- Che11sts 409 Pearl St N Y see and lr all tfrJg1tU We are Badly ClothingDepartment We Have Too Many 25 Per Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of sale in season and not wait until the season is over IThis includes our Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats tf our Youths childrens Clothing andlessto visit lOUIS GUS TRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers Cure Cold One Diy Laxative Bromo Quinine Kithan strengthens appetitefor fewdoses our Stoves Clothing 4vri cures in on hi viaI SlBRSHOTGUN SHELLSI Its shootWinchesteraa1 suits they give Its their entire reliability even WinchesterIpowdern are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester favoriteytheir shooting and reloading qualties either of thesebrands and youll be welipleased They are LAitiE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT 91ie l- 6ILLINOJS CENTRAL RAILROAD M Special Rates to Aiand other Cuban points daily to April 30 1904 also to LAAccountExcursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion keepers Louisville to California New MxicoArizona and Texas box2Sc Seuial low One way anil Ron ml1 rIp Rile it etfet on fret astlshlrd TiufedHv in Maul iiiomli to tile South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas in the South jIillmtelssItf t1Laim tush immVemilfoleersdeseliptiveoftQad agent ortidaress rj WllARLOWDpALotiisvilJe Ky MNA1V1BISr1 THURMANOn Row s And CripI Farming Sausage Bpys SKINS Fr further information addre sri General PassengerAgent Chicaff