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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE RICHMOND CLIMAXI VOLUME 30RICII41OND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3 1904 NUMBER 37 PHONE 80 WINES fL 1 p IAT COST Fehrnal y 1st marks the close of the first years business for TIlE HUSTLING CASH STORE in Richmond Ky Our bnei ness has indeed been a very satisfactory one and we take this method to express to the public our sincere thanks for their patronage We have endeavored to give our customers the highest quality of goods at the Very Lowest PrIces Always selecting the newest and best things that we might feel sure lIuywould give satisfaction We do not expect to depart from this during 1904ind as the greater part of our goods for the coming season are already bought we exercised the same caution in selecting then and assure you that you can find better values for the same money here than elsewhere These Spring Goods are Arriving Daily and we need the room and must have it and in order to make wejviIIAT COST When we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are new the very latest things that could he bought in winter stuffsand are bought at prices possibly lower than we can re place them for next fI 11tit we do not believe in allowing goods to accumulate from season t 0 season becoming old and out of date but prefer to sell them at a sacrifice now that ve may again offer you the newest things next fall ci 60 BlKofc and Fancy Draw Good at 00 I t 98 1 00 75 Tfi u 55 to i r SBl to 87J ft i 18 1G751i t1 Phoyand76u 2e Q7nrils 1P1 aH4inoy aI tai I5c Pllinllvtee at me 1OV4tfliHtit et The 6j 74Sj lOt Outing Cloth to 7p Winter Glovesat Cost of slIltoo at UO 00 e 12 tfO r 9 10 00 750 7 M IA1 8 50 Suits at 4 93 4 39S B ys an I TnMthji 1It Oft itJannolottc Gowns worth tl 00 at 75 u 85 68 ii 75 17 II 50 8D I N ght Shins worth 50 75 tend fl Cnllw 86 to 75c A Large Line of Sateen It Puttlewte worth from 7Ao to 12 50 go from 68c to tl 79 each a Outing and Flannel Skirts worh 25c to 00 at 78I omforts anti Blankets at a wholesale prices Our Entire Stock of Clothing nod Oiiercalls ut Cost 60C50Oant16Ma i 12 00 and 15 00 Overcoats at t9 50 10 00u 760 7 50 and 850 498 5 00 and 6 50a 3 98 Boys Overcoats at Cost Youths Overcoats at Cost Gmttly reduced prices on all Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods lists nd CIrCmpfts Mattings jind Rugs the prettiest line in the city go at prices lower t lii Ut ian he bought today 31t wholesale- W cordially invite you to call and see us and secure some of these bargains before t ev are 9neTC will also take pleasure in showing our NEW SPRING GOODS in Notilty Suiliiirs W iite Goods Percales Ginghams etc at the very lowest prices The pr ttiest till 1f Enbriideries and Dices ever shown in your city at prices never before equ ilnd D mt mIss the bargain opportunity of your life Thanking you again for your pi t kindness and solictinga shar of your future patronage we are Very Respectfully Yo- ursLACKEY 3nLHAML1flI Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their homes withnew o = l rJl4Pll J PiI1t Pop r Etc J I am noF prepared to Qo thskind oLwork at most rca so able prices f Outside and Inside Paintings Pal-L VamishrngEtQ- rdcrs left at B L Middeltons will be promptly attended to r f I i Jlf G MILLER E G DRUGSTORE entirely shelfworn Muter temissiousrs Sale C W JpjUkllKvt PHIS agaiitbtC c flits Notice of Sttltfin Equity Ry VlrtiiH of a liulxment mid Ordur ifaltiC tlin Madison ircult Court remierod ut tin Jnuary Term thereof 1904 in the ittfove style cause the un ilerMtined will on Monday Feb J5 04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m und oclock p in on tho premises in Miulisoiicoimty Ky proceed to nxpiise to tnblic Sale to the highest and best bidder the following describ ed property viz A CERTAIN TRACT- or purcel of land located on the waters countyiOn the north by Howlni Cox and Hum fphrey Tudor on the east by Morgan Taylor on the fcouth by Jteece tidly and Tan liorryinsu and on the west by Mrs Eleryman- TERMS Sale will he mnilo on a credit of six and tweve months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the pimthnee money to have the force and effect of a Judf mont bearing legal Interest from day of salt with a Lieu reserved ion said property until all the purchase money In paid r SH THORPE w Jlfter ConJiulBBfouer M CO rTM Ken ucky Intelligence KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The Solons Refused to Invite Roosevelt to Address Them Franltfort Jan 26SennteSena tor Charles Carroll Introduced a bill Monday prohibiting any state county or city oflicia from holding any com mitteeship or other office In the gift of any political party except delegate to any convention The senate by unanimous vote passed the bill rees tablishing the state geological survey for two more years with an annual appropriation of 1 15000 to carry the work left oft several years ago when the survey was abolished Senator Cantrill Introduced a bill creating tho Kentucky Tobacco Growers Commis sion and names the commissioners of the bill and provides that when a vacancy occurs it shall be filled by the remaining commissioners The duties of the commission will be to look after the Interests of tobacco growers in Kentucky and provides an appropria tion of 20000 to carry It into effect HouseSpeaker Brown received a telegram from V J Bryan which was read to the house while In session an flouncing his acceptance of the Invita tion from the legislature to deliver an address here on February 3 the 4th anniversary of Gov Goebels death In contradistinction to this the house voted down a resolution inviting Presl dent Roosevelt to address the legisla ture though it was explained that no discourtesy was meant by this act but was done simply to stop the flood of resolutions inviting dozens of prowL nent men to make speeches OVER A GAME OF CARDS TIckey Tom Tharp Shot By Matt Sloan In Lee City Jackson Ky Jan 2GNcws Injust received here of the shooting of Tick ey Tom Tharp by Matt Sloan In Lee City Wolfe county The trouble arose over a carl game Tharp was shot In the arm and through the body and has mali chance to recover Ho has been accused of many offenses and has been fn several shooting frays before Ho was shot almost to pieces In Campton about four years ago but recovered He was a Jail companion of Curtis tieR since convicted of the assassination of J B Marcum and Jim Cock rill Jctt and Tharp escaped from the Broathltt county Jail about 15 months ago by removing brick from a window casing Tharp has always escaped punishment Sloan also bears a bad reputation VEIN OF GOLD ORE Valuable Discovery Made in Elliott County Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Jan 2GThe Kentucky Diamond Mining and Development Co of Minneapolis has struck a fine vein of gold ore In a creek In El liott county near Sandyhook This company which huts a capital stock of J5000000 has put fine machinery In the field and will test tho territory Government assnylsts say the ore Is genuine This Is the second gold strike within that section of the mountains in five weeks THE COLLIER FUNERAL A Great Crowd Gathered in Lancaster to Attend Lancaster Ky Tan 26The court day crowd was greatly swelled by people from all sections of Kentucky Mon day who came to pay thrir last respects to Col Dan Collier pension agent for Kentucky who expired sud denly Saturday and who wns hurled hore Monday afternoon The funeralI services were conducted by C Deweos of Lexington a lifelong friend of the family To Invite Senator Gorman Frankfort Jan 2GA AIIversonleave here Thursday night for Wash ington where they will personally present to Senator Arthur Pue Gor man the Joint resolution passed by the legislature inviting Senator Gor man to address IL The Kentucky senators and representatives at Washing ton will be asked to be present at the interview and to urge Senator Gorman to accept Rain and Snow at Owensboro Ky Jan OwensboroI here the entire day and heavy snow was falling The Ohio at this point came to a stand Monday afternoon It is predicted all small streams of this section will be out of their banks by Tuesday morning Green river Is rising and rivermen predict another rise here by CSdayIA S Berry Circuit Frankfort Ky Jan 26Col Albert S Berry of Newport has been ap pointed circuit Judge of Campbell county to succeed the late Judge John P Newman the appointment to be ef fectve at once The appointment of Col Berry was settled at a conferecei Jackson Will Have Jackson Ky Jan 2Grhe town board of trustees has decided to grant license for the sale of liquors to as many as three saloonkeepers This in 111compromise Yerkes Returns to Washington Lexington Ky Jan 26 Revenue Commissioner John W Yerkes has been compelled to cut his political mission to Kentucky shorter than he anticipated He left Monday night for Washington after spending the greater portion of Monday here An Early Riser Strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition oi the liver The famous little pills known HS OeWitts Little Early Risers not or Iv cleanse he system hut they string then the action of the liver and rebuild the tissues supporting that organ cpritalnbyEOWinesThe theory tint womans tears are shallow is lii tinted by the fact that the supply i inexhaustible Have You Indigestion Iiyou bav Itiliap ICodol Dys- Icpsia Cure tialtlttiU It hits cur ed thousandslt is curing people every diy every hour Yon owe it to your self to giveit a trial You will qontin iiii to suffer Until yon do try It There is no other combination of dgesianta that digest and rebuild at the same lEoie Kodol doss both Kodol cures YJE KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY In the House a Republican Was Unseated and a Democrat Seated Frankfort Jan 23SenateThe following new bills were presented Wednesday Act flxlng April 1 as the day upon which all state and county taxes shall be duo and payable to amend the revenue laws of firstclass cities so as to carry Into effect tho amendment of Section 181 of the con- stitUtion that was voted on at the recent election regulating the production admission and Inspection of documents In actions in law and actions or- an equitable nature The J F Porter bill extending the term of common schools from five months to six TheNattPorterfrom fraudulent representations by people who hire horses and vehicles was passed with 20 ayes and 5 nays HouseThe house ended the only election contest of the session by ousting the republican and seating the democrat by a strict party vote The house bill appropriating 1000000 for a new state capItol is also a special order for Thursday and seems dead sure ot passage by a practically unanimous vote By unanimous consent the following bills were introduced To provide for the licensing of architects and regulating the practice of architects to establish an additional circuit court district comprising Floyd Knott and Letcher counties HEADEND COLLISION Three Men Were Fatally Injured at Middiesboro Ky MIddlesboro Ky Jan 28In a headend collision between a Southern railway and a Louisville Nashville train here Wednesday night three men were fatally Injured Injured Joseph Manring brakeman of MId dlesboro both arms and both legs crushed will die Henry Bamwell Southern fireman ot Knoxville hurt Internally will die Arthur Biddle Louisville Nashville fireman arm broken and hurt Internally One engine and four coaoiies were demolish ed Both trains claimed the right of way from Cumberland Gap to Middles boro SENATOR JOE C S BLACKBURN He Will Arrive In Frankfort Sunday to Look Alter His Interests Frankfort Ky Jan 28 United States Senator Jo C S Blackburn will arrive here Sunday to look after his Interests in tire race for the sent now occupied by him at Washington Mr Blackburn will have opposition In the person x f Congressman D H Smith of ElIzabethtown and probably oth ers While Gov Beckham In his reply to Senator J Campbell Cantrill re cently declared himself out of the sen atonal contest there Is a growing belief among Blackburns friends at least that the governor will be In the fight when the time arrives Bishop Dudleys Funeral Louisville Ky Jan 28On the 29th anniversary of his elevation to the bishopric the remains ofThomas Un derwood Dudley Episcopal bishop for the western district of Kentucky were consigned to the grave The services at 230 Wednesday afternoon wore In plicity accordance with his wishes for aim Murderers Removed Hopkinsvllle Ky Jan 28 George Holland Frank Merriweather Dick Carney Frank Massie Ed Holland Frank Sherman and Bill Garrott seven of the nine Negroes charged with the murder of an unknown man near Pem broke were removed from the Jail here to Paducah Jail Louisville Firm Assigns Louisville Ky Jan 28 Sutellffe Co dealers in sporting goods filed a deed of assignment to Peyton NI Clarke The creditors filed a petition in the federal court last week to force the firm Into bankruptcy Liabilities 46000 and nominal assets of 57000 Invoiced value Inspectors In Hopkinsvllle Hopkinsville Ky Jan 28The Joint committee on charitable Institutions appointed by the Kentucky legislature arrived here on a special train over tho Louisville Nashville railroad for the purpose of inspecting the Western Kentucky asylum for the insane Gov Beckham Signed the Bill Frankfort Ky Jan 28Gov Beck ham signed tho bill passed by the leg islature appropriating 75000 for a Kentucky exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase exposition This Is the first bill passed at this session to recelvo the governors approval Now Wear Buttons Lexington Ky Jan 28The local demooatic factions are now showing their political affiliations by wearing buttons The insurgents got a supply Wednesday morning and hundreds were distributed during the day Philippine Hero Returns Covlngton Ky Jan 28Sergt Her man Fausz of the 30th Infantry has returned to his home in this city aster an absence of three years In the Phil ippine Islands where he made an en viable record in the service Made Ready His Coming Louisville Ky Jan 2gMrs Mary Hedges who has been preaching tho second coming of Ctfrlst in the Cab bago Patch for several months was adjudged of unsound mind in the crim inal division Wednesday American silverware Is too light and ornate to suit English tastes Escapedan Awful Fate Mr H lagging of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Con sumption and nothing could be done for me I wits given up to die The lUngsNIHVduced md to try it Results were start ling I urn now on the road torecovery and owe 1I to Dr Kings Now Dlscwv cry It iiurely saved my life Tht great CUrt is guaranteed for all throat nil I lung dipftasea For sale by all nruirglstii Price Soc SlOO Trial Bottles fee 1m It some times happens that those who go tho lecglh land inlhelppth Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally legofjityears it defif d all doctors and all reme dies lInt Bucklenji Arnica Salve had goodforPiles 25 at any Drug Store 1m DIES OF OLD AGE Remarkab e Case Is Revealed by Death of a 23YearOld Boy Autopsy Shows Vital Organs Thfit De long ton Octogenarian One of Blunt SuriirUInK Discover le luMcillcnl Annul Encased within the body of a man 23 years old the doctors of theLincoln hos pital in New York city have found the vital organs that belong to an octojfenar Ian The discovery may be regarded as historyofso far as known stands alone although it bears some resemblance to the case of the peasant girl Jeanne Uhl who aroused Interest among French anato mists about ili years ago William McGrath was admitted to the hospital abojt four weeks before his death suffering intense pain in the lower part of the back In the region of the kid neys He had lived In or near New York all his life there being no excess of ozone In the atmosphere which he took into his lungs so there could not beany ab normal oxydation In his arteries as In the case of Jeanne Uhl His face was youthful in contour his skin smooth and he did not appear to be within three years of his actual age His ailment was diagnosed as acute nephritis inflam mation of the kidneys He received the most skilful medical attention and careful nursing but sank gradually to death An autopsy was performed In the presence of three of the hospital staff The kidneys were examined first and the doc tors were amazed to find them shrivelled and contracted Just as those of a man at 70 years Then the dissectors found an enlarged liver that belonged to an octo genarian and not to a boy Further exploration disclosed a heart grown to a size out of all proportion Exhibited to a skilled anatomistwith Its history concealed It would be pronounced to be the heart of a man at least 75 years old accustomed all his life to hard workIer of arteries These pipes had lost their flexibility The arterial stream had flowed through them with the sluggish ness of old age while the walls had thickened and become almost brittle Only a meagre history of the patients previous condition was obtained when McGrath was admitted for treatment but so far as known his habits were good and he was not given to alcoholic excesses so that without any known cause he died a wornout man In his twentyfourth year iA BIT OF MEDICAL HISTORY Hypodermic Syringe Saul to Have Deen Klrnt Vscl In Army of Ten DeUce During Civil AVnr The subject of the first use of the hypodermic syringe was discussed at surgeonsinR D Jackson and one surgeon stated that the first time it was used he thought was In the Army of the Tennessee While In the Tennessee army I wrote to a friend In Augusta Mr J P K Walker to try to get me a hypodermic syringe and send It to me I never had seen one but thought from what I had heard about It that It would be very useful in relieving the wounded soldiers of pain My friend was fortunate enough in securing one from a physician and sent It to me while I was on duty at the hospital at Ringgold Ga I exhibited It to my friendsthE surgeons there 18 In number none of them had wer seen one before At that time I was treat ing a very severe case of dysentery the patient being a chaplain from Texas and one of Gen Braggs most reliable scouts One of the surgeons suggest ed that we try the hypodermic syringe on the patient which was done by in serting a quarter of a grain of morphine in the back It is possible that the army surgeon at the New Orleans con vention who referred to the first use of the syringe In the Tennessee army was one of the 18 I have referred to TOASTS IN LIQUID SUNSHINE Dr oren Its Dlcnrerer Arrange Novel Feature for New York Technolocr Club Dnnqnet Liquid sunshine Is to be served to the members of the Technology club of New York city and their guests at the annual dinner to be held soon at the University club Dr William J Moreton the discover er of liquid sunshine says he has arranged to have beside each plate a cap sule In which there will be a mild solu tion of an active fluorescent substance either quinine oraesculin Then at each plate there will be a glass of water Into which a tube of radium will be dipped Radium as has been proved conclusively says Dr Moreton has the property of imparting Its activity to substances with which It comes In con tact At the proper moment all will rise to drink the toast to alma mater in liquid sunshine Each one will swallow his fluorescent pill and drink his glass of radioactlvitated water Finns n Xew Animal If Jacques Lebaudy fails to snake money out of his Job as emperor of Sahara he ought to be able to get one as press agent In New York Ho is the best advertised private indiVId- ual in Europe today Dissatisfied with the slowness of the camels in his dominions he announces that he will export stallions and mares from Eng land to Sahara for interbreeding with camels expecting to found a new ape cies of animals with the speed of they horse and the sobriety and endurance of the camel to Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic Indirection and nervous de bility writes F J Green of Lancas ter N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Hitters which lid me more good than all the medi cines I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellant health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigorater for weak run down women Noother medi familyTryanteed by all Druggists 1m It is a bard matter to keep the graft ers away from the family tree Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and tbeoth er Iresh and rosy Whence the differ once Slid who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to main lain it By gentiy arousing the lazy cr gnus they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25cata1DIUiStore8 1m COR MAIN FIRST GREA TEST SACRIFICE SALE III FINE CLOTHING I Via under escort Associa Room Music By the TAYLOR Winter Merchandise in Richmond is going at Busy Bee Gush Store Every Cloak Wrap of any every for men boys Every yard Drese Goods Every men women Every and Every Robe Every Shoes men women Every piece of Flannel Flannel Jesus boysEvervtllhllWinter Stuff any at prices alm- ostHalf In Two but has felt the cold steelwhen our was to the hilt in department Jsavenew fresh goods that are to make room spring stulf that begins to come lit I OUR CLOTHINGis known all over the world for its fitting and nobby natty styles carry the SehU 83 Urn Biltiin re aol every garment with their name on the label There is much work in a Schloss liros Suit as there in any suit cornea from the tailors carry a well stock of this known as the Kind helps you along in World It If is on the you are safe I I Calland see us our closing cut halfintwo prices on all kinds merchandise make money as Thanking patronage we are w D OLDHAM 20I Tour of Old Mexico B O S The Tourist tion Selected Clientele Limited All exclusive privileges independent travel Vestibuled Train Baircage Drawing Library and Room and the famous open top Observation Car Chilihtli rickets nil expenses Leaves January 20 loot For information address O P McCarty O P A B S W Cincinnati O Dissolution Notice mutual agreement the firm of Taylor Bros has partnership Mr Calvin Taylor retiring from business All parties owing said firm are requested to call at once and settle Cj4t Rnos Of Fall and that has ever been now on the Main Street opposite Court House and description Every Overcoat Suit or children of pic e of Underwear for and children Blanket Comfort Buggy and Horse Blanket Rain Coat Every pair of for and children Outing and Everything pertaining to Fall and of d eeriHloa will be sold cut Not a single article what the stingof knife buried every tas I we slaughtering for in January its workmanship qualities We celebrated Olothintr of Maryland is guaranteed as is that merchant Ve selected baudtailored clothing everywhere that the Schloss label get out You cant fast any other way you for past very respt W personal American Special Pullman Compartment Including everywhere O dissolved seen I nu e Big lIill Coal Co ORLANDOKYj Shippers of euAlnite Coal 44 +4 +++ ++ 4+ 4++++++ +If t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary I J f t gwte without any attention t tI +++e e S Great Values in S j Pall Merchandise4t sfNew Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our store immense stocks ofseasonable merchandisegreater and better selectedstocks than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the exaggeratedathat we in are city s 5 WHITE GOODS JtItwill afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton aXiia Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an elegant A s collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleece lin ed Pigues and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall MillineryI We are showing beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in styles out of the ordinary The most complete assortment in the city in felt beaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right r HOSIERY t lislethreadI a ft kind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains Wet 1only ask in fairness to yourself to compare prices You will find we have the right pr es lens Suits S15 down to 350 Boys Suits 6duwn to O8eboes fj at all pries Comeand see them e Ouribasement is full of Carpets and Oil tVat the right prices = r Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade E V Elder TT Our Line of Vehicles is complete in detail every We are nSw offering special bargains to run down the stock Before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call 6e eaat1 DOT RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 165 FRESH troceries AGENTS FOR I Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 3 1904 A musical treat on Feb11rrl1e Ehrgott concert Dont forget the big Comic Opera The Telephone Girl next Monday A minstrel pleases when all else fails Barlow and Wilson at the Grand tomorrow night The frozen body of Jack Chaney was found near the mouth of Buck Greek in Kstlll county You cant afford to miss the biggest attraction of the season which comes to The New Opera House on Feb 8 Dont forget the date Feb 11th Prof Oscar Ehrgott of Gineiiuinti will slug at the Grand Opera House in this city The store room of Mr J W Jor dan at Red House which was destroyed by fire has heen rebuilt andopened for business One hundred and three out of the 118 counties in Kentucky have already arrangud for their exhibits at the Worlds Fair While engaged in making ties near Wageraville Estill county Leonard Cox was struck on the head by a fall ing limb and instantly killed The Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet Friday afternoon at three oclock All members are urged to he present The Telephone Girl Company in comprsed of 40 beautiful chorus girls and 10 gentlemen This Company will appear at The New Opera House on February 8 Dont forget the date The Ladie Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet this afternoon at three oclock in the lecture room A full attendance is desired as there will be an election of officers The biggest slow of the season will be the Comic Opera The Telephone Girl which comes to the New Opera House on Monday February 8 Mgr E 8 Wiguins has just put in a new steam heater which gives fine satisfac tion Our readers will find something to interest them on the first page of this issue It will be found in the adver tisement of Lackey Hamilton pro prietors of the Hustling Cash Store They are right in the midst of their January clearance sale and are offer lug bargains Be sure to notice theirad A teacher in one of the grades of the Lancaster schools recpived the following note Monday from the mother of one of her pupils Deer Mis You writ me about whipping Sammy I hereby giv you permistion to beet him up eny time it is necessery to lern him lesens He is jest like father yon have to lern him with a clubb Pound no lege into him I wanie him to git hit and dont pay no atennhion to what his fathers ys Ill handle him e TS T011 Are You j Satisfied With Your Laundry If not give me a trial bundle and let me convince that LaundryCalldfor Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OfflcRlce Arnolds ihoe Store Phone 118 BillyFreemansBe sure and see Barlow and Wil sons minstrels tomorrow night at the Grand Opera House asIsigned to duty at one of the distilleries at Silver Greek and went to work Monday Rev Geo W Bellof Colorado Springs wilt hold services in the Second Presbyterian church this city next Sunday Feb 7 morning and evening Mrs Clay Clement who played the purl of Miss Rose Randolph in The New Dominion is a Kentuckian hay MissCarrieIn this issue of the CLIMAX appears the renewed advertisement of W S Oldlmm Our readers will find it to their interest to read it since spring is approaching and everyone will want new furniture freshen up with For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1004 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf MJCR Lnnra R Bright RtmeveJ Dr J G Bosley has moved his office from over Stocktons drug store to the Oldham building on Main street Dr Bosley is a splendid courtly gentleman madeicinff in our City Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner flU Faiafolly Injured The many friends here of Rev E G B Mann will recret to hear of the pain tul accident which befell him last week in Lexington In attemptfnJ ill alight from a street car lie slipped on the icy street and received a broken ankle in the fall He was removed to the hospital where his ankle was placed in a cast Young Mens Christian AuocUUoa Bowling Green Ky Feb1821st For the above occasion the Louis vilie Atlantic R RCo will soB round trip tickets from Beattyville Irvine Richmond and Nicholasvillo to Bowl iin Green Ky on Feb ISth 19th and 20th at rate of one first class fare plus 25cts with final limit for return until Feb 2id lOOt R A Woohnns Soliciting Agent To Remeve To Keattyville Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivner who have been residents of our city for about a year will shortly remove to Beattwille to reside Mr Scrivner is a faithful employe of the L and A railroad and his work fur this compa ny necessitates this change Both Mr Scrivner and his wife are natives of Estill county belonging to two of the most highly rsspected and well to do families in that section The best wishes of their friends will follow them to their new home A Monument For Boonesboro It is a settled fact that a monument to cost 2000 will be erected at Boones boro to mark the site of the old fort This bill was presented before the Legislature by Senator Curtis F Bur nara of this city and met with no ex- pressIon of opposition After an elo quent speech on the part of the Sena tor the bill passed by a vote of 23 to 2 Boonesboro is one of the most histori cal ppots in the State and it is very ap propriate that a monument should mark the site of so many terrific strug gles daring deeds and experiences the early settlers of our State We congratulate Senator Burnam upon his success in getting such an appropriate bill passed Z Did You Know t Seed Time is Drawing bNear A Well it is and our store is headquar ItJt a car load of Oats and other seeds and jwill be glad to quote you prices on any A i thing in this line and 1 5 Salt Line and Cement T tg Our prices are mOst reasonable Re J member also that we carry a full and l complete line of the freshest Groceries It Fruits Candy Meats andeverything 1 i else to be found in a firstclass grocery J store Your patronage will be greatlyI A appreciatedS jVery Respectfully t Hurber Huguelg I- c Successors to E Deatherage Co tW4I- Deep tc Wi ltc t Cuz n Suits and OvrcvattI A if In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats bothmen s and boys we have made the most remarkable f f price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and willneed the room later so weve equallycj P I8I 4 20 2250 c 25 for Go through our great stock and take you choice ot tall the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit 4 style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on 4C rt 1250 15 Choice Choice for c Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored aU go for a f chance for a Suit or Coat at a- veryfJ prIce r = Young Mens Suits and ages 16 to 20 ears at the same as in the mens f V V V i V H V fr Hl 1 V Resume Easiness It will be gratifying news to the friends of the firm of O Uosenstein A Gu who recently made an assignment to know that they have settled with their creditors and will reopen their store at once in the same building on Main street This firm carries a large line of gents furnishing goods and their bankrupt sale will begin next Sat urdav Feb C Anyone looking for bargains will do well to visit the Globe Store Rend their advertisement elsewhere in to days CLIMAX Duties Well Discharged One of the most important offices in our whole court catalogue is flint of Circuit Clerk which is being so ably fillet by our new Clerk Mr Roy C White and his capable deputy James W Wagers The duties of this office are many anti varied but the work is carried on smoothly and in a way to satisfy even the most critical Mr Vhlte has proven himself an admira ble Circuit Clerk since lie lisa been in office and his friends who supported him in his race congratulate themselves that he was a winner feeling that no bettor clerk could have been chosen As stated above Mr White is assisted by Sir James W Wagers who is well acquainted with the duties involved having served with his uncle Mr S H Thorpe in the same capacity Both gentlemen are polite agreeable and courteous and are discharging the duo tied in a most satistactorv manner Exaggerated There have been no many conflicting reports regarding smalhpox in Rich mond and Madison county that the Board of Health of Nicholasville sent a representative to Richmond Tues lay that the matter might be thorougly investigated and if necessary qnar antine against Valley View and Rich mond Dr Heath chairman of the Board of Health of Richmond said there was not a case of smallpox in the town but nine in the pest house a mile distant and thatevery precaution was being taken against the spread of the disease Dr Gibson chairman of the County Board also gave as favora btreport UiiIetM there is a great change there is no reason for Nicholas ville quarantining against Madison county yet the Board of Health will use every effort to keep the disease from our midst Jessamine Journal RESOLUTIONS At a called meeting of Waco Lodge No 333 F 4 AM hlllat their lodge room January 28th lOol the Master staled that the object of the meeting was to pay the hat lad ruse to our ven rzibls and belovrd brother Jeptha M Covinitton Ibo Oovington was horn February 14 1816 made a Mason Sept 27 ltoXJl dW January 20 1004 Every member of this and adjoining lodges and a large concourse of true friends at his funeral showed more plainly than words can tell the high estimation in which he was held For nearly 88 years he hits lived in this community and all reverence his memory as though a great light had gone out Everybody regarded him as the soul of honesty and fair dealing It is common expression by his neighbors that no one ever knew him to do a mean or dishonest act in all his life He was anacttvo and true Mason for forty years rarely ever missing n lodge meeting and practiced all the beautiful and moral lessens in onlcatAil by the Order visited the sick and distressed and always ready and willing to assist an unfortunate fellow man He was a faithful and consistent church member for about threescore yenis and died with a full assurance cf meeting hia Hedeetner Ranked That tIe Lodge room be draip iir mourning and the members wear the usual badge beIT SJo1AROY Waco Ky Jan2819o4 rom 15 10 songJOOorare Overcoats startling reductions department JIW Small Crowd Monday was Court day and ordinarily February court is an extremely inrge one but on account of time frigid weather only a very small crowd was here There were about 5o mules on the market with pricesnvpracing 140 On account of their scarcity there was a demand for mules thus causing a Hteepness of price Madlwni County Stock Yards report about 800 cattle bringing from to 4 cents Decides Against The Oty Tlie Appellate Court Tuesday Judge Settle delivering the opinion affirmed the judgment of the Madison Circuit Court in a case of Richmond against Nannie Martin The appellee was awarded judgment in the Circuit Court for 1500 for personal injuries PUS taiued by falling into a hull in the side walk For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine street with complete outfit Including tell good livery horse ten buggies two surriea one wagonette one drummer walton anti a lot of baled hay and curt If not sold will rent the stable and soil the outfit RESIDENCE Fun SALE I have for sale a number one residence on Second street containing eight rooms good cistern all necessary outbuildings Lot 40x100 feet Price 52500 J W Masters febltf Richmond Ky Our Candidate for Lady Superintendent at St Louis Mrs A Wilkes smIths of this city ie applying for the position of Lady Su perintendent of the Kentucky Bumbling at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis Mr Clarence E Woods now in Washington City is one of those most deeply interested and active in Mrs Smiths behalf as the follow ing letter one of a number he has writ ten will indicate The CLIMAX heartily endorses all that Mr Woods says in behalf of Mrs Smith who is one of the most popular attractive and accomplished ladies In the South lIon George T Farris Senator frost Garrard tk Lancaster and FrantyoH- Ty MY DEAR SEKATOB FARRI When the time arrives for the appointment of a Lady Superintendent for the Ken tucky Building at St Louis we shall all desire that appointee to be representative ot all graces in womanhood and a typical Kentucky woman Besides for II believe they stand apart from the rest of tje world as do our horses our blue grass our wliiskey and our statesmen Without exaggeration and without indulging in the flowers of rhetoric I have the honor to recommend for your sympathetic interest and chival rous championship a lady who cOrn bines all the charms of soul mind and body that make famous the women of Kentucky Mrs A Wilkes Smith of Richmond Regardless of sex or station in life the citizens of Richmond enthusiastically endorse this gant lady for the position I have men tioned and she has the hearty approval of Senator McCreary and other leading citizens out in the State Her home at Richmond during the life of her lately deceased husband the distinguished Dr A Wilkes Smith was a model ol charming hospitality the mecca of cultured society aOl a source Cf pride to all our citizens Such a mistress of such a home it is that we have the honor to present to the State of Kentucky as Tvortiy of homage and sup port I brceech you to botake yourself to the powM that be and add your valued inifaetico to consummate this devoutlytobewishedfnr appointment I have wrt1 JH fi1nd former conntyman Hyu UJJ paulding arid other friends in the Legielatire to lend their aid Your friend 0 E WOODS rAnvone who loves good music cant onTh BOYSSUITS c AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department tOOt boysinr 1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 1 25andJ 50 to Not Married In our matrimonial column last week an error occurred in some way and thtf name of Mr D Tevis ap peared as the happy bridegroom For the sake of Mr Huguely who is not yet ready to settle down and the bliss of wedded life we make this correction Fur Traffic in Richmond Perhaps there few of our renders t who are acquained with the amount of business done by our merchants Only a few days ago while in conversation with Mr Leo Gott of time firm of Gott Brothers he told us that since December court day he had bought 830 skunk hides 1070 skins from oposseins 166 iriuks 324 coons 244 muskrats 45 gray foxes and 10 red foxes making a total of 3307 hides and representing the sum of S1700 Mr Gott also told us that he had bought during the bird season 2440 quail paying 2 per dozen for same making the Finn paid out for birds alone amount to over S4oo This is onlasmall part of theHiusiness for there are egg and fowls and besides Gott Bros has two other firms who deal in produce namely Mr J II Noll and Mr Joe Thurman There is an business in this line as is shown Irom the above figures which cover only two months of time and this with one firm only Berea Will Fight Representatives from Bores College went to Frankfort Monday to appear be fore the house committee on education and to protest against the bill intro duced by Hon Carl Day of Breathitt county This bill is to prohibit the coeducation of the white and black races and it is believed that It will become a law without any trouble Mr Day is well known here where he attended Central University and his friends are watching with interest his rise in the political world Mr Jay is quoted as saying The Dpmocratie party in our State stands almost fisa uniton the race and I do not believe there is a Democrat in either branch of the legislature who would be willing to go bock to lila white constituents and say iI votrd aiwinst a bill which prohibited white mid negro children from going to school together He further says that co education of the white and black races leads to social equal which in turn leads to intermar riage and this would bltiinatelytead to a downfall of tho nation Berea Col lege will fight this bill since this in stitution receives both raMS The is sue will be watched with interest by all especially Mr flays frisnds Splendid Attradicn A brilliant and representative Rich perforimanrecellent company in The New Domin ion at the Grand Opera House last Wednesday night Mucb had been written before hand of this play and the players and our people expected something far above the ordinary and they were in no wise disappointed Mr Clement is an artist of rare ability and his talent shone forth with nndhn med lustre in his protrayal of the character of the Baron Von Hosen tau fiii Timn and again he was forced to appear and finally In gratified time enthusiastic audience with a curtain speech His wife Is an exceptionally pietty woman both of face and figure and in the character of Miss RandolplF with whom the Baron fell in love at first sight she was exceedingly good The whole company is a strong one and their performance was a treat and decidedly the best show that has been hf ro this season Miss Ingles in the playedherovation as she is known here having only recently visited friends In this Clementlandagain at which time he will be given even a more heftrty welcome than he received last weekj 12Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up 3 in value for 2 Huguely enjoy are produce Richmond enormous question Richmond f3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 fr Staling at BoonesboroIAt a dance at the Green at Itoonesboro Monday night Charley HeiUly aged about nineteen sou of George Uently was shut and probably fatally wounded by John Sharp aged twentyone son of Tillninn Sharp sips the Winchester SunSenti nel Reports as to the cause of the trouble are conflicting One story is that Ben tly and Everett Barnett bad gone out of time house timid were engaged in a quarrel over some trivial matter when Sharp took a hand luiiii hU pistol Buntly suffered perforation of the bowels his wouu la being pronounced fatal by attending physicians Sharp slrreiidaruJ to Deputy Sheriff Heed and was brought hero Tues day morning and placed in jail LATBU Hently died from his wounds Monday night Uciliaa Uub Nates Despite time cold weather Wednes day quite a number of members of the Cecilian Club met with Mrs Leslie I Evans at her home on Oak street The subject for the Afternoons study WitS Italian opera with such computers Verdi Rossini Mascagni Pinstiti Don izetti and Tosti en the program In the absence of the leader Mrs Sam Bennett this office was filled by Mrs Neal Bennett The program opened with the roll call each member re sponding to her name with an incident from the lives of the days composers Mrs W S Oldlmm and Mrs GmV Pickets rendered two beautiful duets ono the overture of William Tell and the other selections from II Trovatore Verdis beautiful opera Mrs MiddCe totid paper on Italian opera had been well prepared and was greatly enjoyed as were the vocal solos by Mrs H B Hanger The piogram closed with a comparison ot Wagner and Verdi After enjoying delicious hot chocolate and wafers the club adjourned to meet on the tenth of February with Mrs G W Pickets at which time the sub ject will beIOA hymn and its writer A Great Musical Event It will be gratifying news to the musical loving people of Rich mond to learn that we are to have with tis in tiit near future Prof Oscar Ehrgott the wellknown anc versatile singer Through the ef forts of Miss Minnie ijykits a graduate of the Ehrgott School of Music this recital hats bnon made possible Time concert will take pluce on Thursday evening Feb ruary 11th at the Grand Opera Mouse Prof Ehrgott is tno well known to the musical people of Richmond to humid his coining pruiseformuncie years ago having sung with Hiich renowned Orchestras us This odore Thoma Chicago Vundtr Stttcken of Uincinnati and sHveml tliers of lessor reputation In Ortitoria wcrk his services are in great demand and as u Lieder singer there are few who exc ll tutu in the artistic rendition of these classic songs As nti inter preter he takes high rank for hf is master of the different stylea of vocal expression With a voice that is evenly pure powerful tind niusicu in quality with a wide range we can safely predict great results from such an artistic com bination Crowning these gilts he is pO lse8sedWIth enthusiasm for his art and with a pleasing personality what more could be desired Mrs Ehrgott whose rep ifauflIviablepiano pleastiromhiemtrtng r of years ago will undoubtedly avail themselves of the same oppor tunity one that does not oftu present itself and for those fees fortunate vm will assure them of an artistic treat such as is seldom jth jr lot to enjoy p 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved 8 10 Choice for 7eSOiII forknockabout Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits cost is trifling 750 5OO SUITS Reduced from8t 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried A1lt over from last year and marked them all at cne 2dayCash only none these prices will not allow it 111111UuvvFfl jf UNIIItUccn i V r t 1m CLOSING OUT lIfc4 Ifji I r L Having closed a contract with James Lt Pence the house raiser of Cincinnati and Todd Sons of Richmond to remodel our store we will be compelled to close out The Entire tOck Ut Cost tEvery day this great January and February Clearance Sale grows greater for every customer who takes advantage of the values we saleWethat while other stores are only offering the leftovers of their winter stocks we have absolutely Marked Down very Dollars Worth of Merchandise in our Store 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 exceptional Black and Colored Dress Goods GranitesrCreamPatterns and Crepes in all the wanted shades a tIJ O O- L j charged ydAllAll 50c Oxfords in figures and stripes at 39c All J Oxfords in figures and stripes at 75c Alt lOc Flannellettes at 6 J4c All J8c Flannellettes at JOc All lOc Outing Flannels at 7 J2c All 18 ond25c Silkolines now 12 J2c All JO and 12 J2c Cretons now 6 J4 and 8c 79cAllOur J Outing Night Dresses 79c Our 89c Outing Night Dresses 69c 75cAllcostRegiaRegia J 50 Sateen Petticoats at 1 23 Ladies SOc Muslin Night Dresses at 42c II 75cH H H63c 89cLadies4SOc 41 4442c H75c 463c JH 4f 89c 25c Linen Towels at J9c I5c 813c JOc H i 7 I2c Table Linens and Napkins in match sets at cost IIa Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEE I tTI l Ie II L IIII tI 4 rI = = 2 S SI spS S sS S be e eSs Ss s e SDS S S o I 1 1dr REDUCEDiSP11 P R I C E S liii 1 S Ionall Heavy Winter I5 S ujil 5I5 BOOTS SHOES 1iJ1t t 55- 1iJJ UNDERWEAR iJiJ 8 S ig SS E It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods g i gE at this time of the year in order to begin next gi 0 S g season with fresh hew goods g 15 ih S iJ CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 1j E I Main Street Richmond t Kentucky s S SS S 5 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S a S S S S S S S S S S S S S uwSeSsSSsol s sSsos ss ss 9SOSOOCOO SSOO OO OO S SSSS SeS SS S S OS S S I he Richmond Climax J O CIIgNAULTPresident- A D MILLHREditor Managur WEDNESDAY FEB 8 1904 pOBLlaHKll VERV WXDNKSUAV The Climax Printing Co Incorporated KHNTUCKV is called the dark and bloody ground and is known every where for her feuds etc but after nil we are not so bad We are ready to hand the title over to Indiana whioh looms up brilliantly with her list of h irribleeriaiM Down here in tfce mountains we meet face to face and settle our troubles but up in the H sioi state a poor helpless girl is shot through the window of her own home or met while on her way horn horribly assaulted and murdered A wife was assaulted sixteen times right in the presence of her husband who was powerless to interfere being bold back by the revolvers of then ndih gang Horrible indeed was tha assassination of Kentucky beloved Goebel and right now poteoted by Indianas Governor the perp lrator of the dastardly crime is living in peace and quiet in the capitol city of the above named State Yea verily we are ready to hand over toe title Tm ways of women are beyond un- d r8taI1lUng her curiosity is something appalling A Seattle woman lu1 by curiosity looked througha window anti watched fifty initiations into the order of Elks and has heard the form and ritual so much that she knnvs by heart all the ceremonies of the uBtlered tribe If the Elks dont wtiteh out there will be m re of the fair sex who will know their secret for that is something it is claimed that tmnt be kept by a woman IT may be a matter of news to many to know that a newspaper has a legal Titfht to publish whatever an individ u1 ba a logal right to circulate oral ly Iolher words an individual has no more right to make criticism and accusations on the strret than a ntws pnptr has in its column This is something the average man does not know if he did he would keep his mouth closed more than he does Winchester Democrat CI FtBrorCu11 LEXINGTON KY Floor Coverings Form one of the most Important Departments- in our immense Business Our display of New Spring Showing o- fWiltons Axministers Savonneries Velvets Brussels Ingrain Car= S pets Rugs Mattings Linoleum Oil Cloths exceeds anythingyet attempt ed in Quality Quantity and Exclusive Patters and we are confident tbat never before has there been exhited in Cen tral Kentucky a line of goods as we now have on our floors for y ur inspection your se- lectionyour purchasing CFBraweriEo MAIN AND BROADWAY tXINOTUN1 Ky Jls1 v U Is reply to a question as to what he thought of Mr Brvauu declaration that the next national democratic platform must reaffirm the Kansas City and Chicago piatforms Senator McCroarysaid hlf wearo to have any hope of success in the coming pre hteutitll election the democratic party must take up the questions that confront us to diy and in addition we must have both oonervatism and harmony I feel quite sure that the democrats of mystate who redeemed themselves in the lust national election would much prefer this year to go into the fight on live issues With a strong earn est and conservative candidate who will harmonize the party and a plat upperIdemocracy can redeem itself in the nationOf all the men mentioned to lead the party in the coming campaign it seems to mn that Senator Gorman of Maryland and Judge Porker of New York more than any others come upto the r quired standard As for issues I favor tariff reduction econo my in the administration of the government and honesty amongour public servants Our tariff today Is higher than any other on earth and the people will demand that it be re ducedSincel entered congress sixteen years ago the expenditures for carrying on ibis government have nearly trebled This is not as it should be The expense can be reduced and the public service will not suffer The complete elimination of corruption among gov rnment officials by inves tigation and the punishment of the guiltyshould be the democratic prom ise AMONG the bills introduced in the House is one making the road super visors term four instead of two years one ranking the unlawful sale of liquor punishable by loss of suffrage one providing for state certificate without examination to persons who have taught twelve yeais one authorizing per capita assessment for the Improvement of public roads making it a mis demeanor to sell toy pistols provid ing fish and game wardens at a salary of 1800 per ytai making it a felony to flourish pistol in a railroad coach and providing for assessment of pro missorynotes HON SAMUEL C BLACK has prepar ed a bill requiring all patent medi cines to bo analyzed bythe state board of health and the analysis plainly printed on each package and each advertisement before the same can be offered for sale Patent medicines containing large amounts of alcohol must be regnlatedby the local option laws in local option communi ties TIlE bill increalng the school fund tax rate from 22 to 2Gi cents by tak ing throe cents from the sinking fund rate and one and a half cents from the general expenditure rate preparatory to extending the school term to six months passed the Senate unanimously DEATh itself has little effect upon the officeseekers of the present day Poor Dan Collier had hardly been pronounced dead before any number of applicants were ready to step into his political shoes IT has been stated by a close personal and political friend that Hob Chits J Hrougton of Lexington is a full fledged candidate to succeed Un ited States Senator J C S Blackburn STATE OP OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO V LUCAS CoUNTYSS FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that lie is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in tin city of Toledo county and State afore said and that aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each anti every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In mv presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 1880 A W GTvfOVI Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter pally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free Fl CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 76c o beet IWHAl is the reason Madison Coun ty cant have more free rural routes Here we are citizens of one of the richest counties in the Bluegrasp having for its county seat one of the prettiest and most progressive little cities in Central Kentucky and with onlyone rural route and that one covering very small territory Farmers along this route now feeL that they cannot do without it their mail is loft right at their doors each day and quite a number of farmers who live along those routesnot only in this county are taking daily and weeklynews papers where they would not if they had to go several miles to the post office We are enjoying free turnpikes and in other ways we keqpup with the times But when it comes to free rural delivery we are woefully behind The one route that we have goes out towards the Kirks ville locality We should have ongoing out through the country towards Speedwell one to Union City and Red House one out towards White Hall and Clays Ferry one down into the Tatcs Creek vicinity and so on There is no excuse for Madison county hav ingno more routts Let us see what can be done towards securing them If necessary let us appoint a committee to go to Washington and look into the matter personally Senator McCreury is up there ind we know he will take pleasure in assisting to secure for this countymore rural routes Let us not rest until we have free rural delivery all over our county This is what we want and this is what we must have Prof Ehrjjotts concert ou Feb 11 Lost A Masonic pin between Frasa Bros grocery store and Collins street Find er will please return to this office and receive reward tf Transferre- dAnyone desiring to see Mr S H Thorpe will hear in mind that since his appointment as Commissioner his office has Jeen transferred from that of Circuit Clerk to the Master Commis sioners room in the Court House furls Wanted If you have any pearl or slugs it will pay you to send them by registered let ter to R L Stringfellow White Bluffs Tenn and get an estimate on them He has been In the business 15 years He pays the highest prices and get the most pearls Rev Eol Powells Lectures On the Market Savonarola or the Reformation of a City is thename of a book just issued of which Bro EL Powell LL D of Louisville Ky is the author Ills six teen Kplendid addresses on Civic Righteousness1 which are published in the book are truly gems of thought It will be pleasing to Bro Powells many brother Elks to learn that as This Kentucky Elk goes to press nearly all the copies of the first edition have been sold Bro Powell is a deep thinker a brilliant scholar and an able orator tie delivered the Memorial Day address for his lodge In I9ol which was one of the prettiest eulogies over our depart ed brothers even heard in Louisville Kentucky Elk reenINeat durable paper binding Bo cents Enclose fifty cents or one dollar to Sheltman Co Publishers Louisville Ky A Good offer for church societies ask for it- Game Law Lanes the Lower House The Committee on Fish Game and Forestry reported favorably on the R W Miller bill creating a fish and game warden at a salary of 1200 a year and empowering the same to appoint two fish and game wardens in each county renumeratlonjThe laws On account of the appropriation involved in the Milferbihiby pro viding a salary for the head warden the bill upon motion of Representa tive Gooch was finally recommitted and referred to the Committee on Ap propriations A bill prohibiting the transporatioit of wild turkeys quail and pheasants or offering the same for sale in the State was favorably re ported by the Committee on Game Fish and Forestry The same cOm mittee also reported favorably the bill requirJnn a licunse of SI 25 rllr all par ties who hunt with a gun Flu SHUIB committee also r pjrted favorably the bill prolili jiinru nmoii carriers from accepting iitKeigPt who hav m poe tO88iUU4ty gaint y ttected under the game IlwsJ Sheriffs Sale for Taxes Continued from Supplement Prewitt Oeo and John 2 acres 2 60 Richardson Henry n r 1 acts 4 40 Turner Tom 8 acres 6 00 MILLION NO 8 Bogie Alex 1 acre 4 29- Broaddus Phil 1 lot 4 00 DeJarnette Frank 2 acres I 85 Fife Charley 23 acres 9 00 Fife Irvine 18 acres S SO Henderson Dave 50 acres 9 50 Mundv Easter lot 3 2Mundy Joel lot 4 JO Vislet 15 acres 1 4 40 Sebastian Robt 4 acres i 4 H5 Turner Irvine lilt 5 40 Warren George 7 acres Ii 40 Warren Irvine 1 acre 4 J Willis Rice lot 4 85 Willis Ike 1 acre I 20 BIRTHS On Monday to the wifnof Mr and Mrs R J McKee a daughter Mr and Mrs Sam lisle of College Hill Are receiving congratulations aye the arrival of a ten pound girl on Jan 31 A handsome boy arrived at the home of Mr and Mia Robert Cotby at Red House yesterday Feb 2 Newt comes from Cynthiana of the birth of a daughter to the wife of Dr Marshall McDowell Mrs McDowell was formerly Miss Maysie Leonard and is well known here having attended Central University DEATHS TAYLOR Mrs Amory Taylor died at her home Red House on Janary 9 aged seventyflvflvearsf After fnnenil services at the residence her remains were interred in the Richmond ceme tery She leaves ft daughter two sons and two grandchildren 10 mourn her loss SANDLLS Mrs Louis Saudi in died last Tuesday nigii tat her home at Walnut Hill Fiiyette county after a thnrt illness of pi eutnonia Deceased who was a most estimable woman was in her sixtynit h year and had been a sufferer from paralysis but the imme diate cause pf her death was pneumo nia She was a noble Christian woman bdeilby a large circle of friend and relatives Mrs Sandlin was tlio moth er of ten children among whom is Dr G Sandlin of this city who las our sincere sympathy in his bereave ment Funeral services were held Thursday morning at the residence after which her remains were brought to this city for inl fllleu- tCuIXOToNOn last Tuesday evenS ing January 26 just as the shades of night were guiheriiig the angel of death visited the home ot Mr Jeptha Covington near Panola and the soul of that aged saint winged its flight into eternity Deceased was eightyeight years old0i the evening of his death he ate a hearty supper dying a short time after without a struggle This had been Mr Coviugtous prayer for years that he should die suddenly and without pain and his request was granted There was no man in Madison county better known than was Mr Covington he was recognized as the very soul of honor add was respected br a wide acquaintance He was a member of the Waco lodge of Masons in which order lie took an active part tie was a devoted and lifelong member of the Christian church and was ready at all times to serve his Master He was the fattier of a large family and is survived by die following children Mrs Sallie Bnk of Texas Mrs Mollie Dozier of RlooiuingtonIll Mrs Lucy Peaison Mrs Edith Benton and Mr Milton Covington and Miss Nannie CViu IOU all of this county The latter named lived with and cared for her aged father and by her will his Johs be felt the keenest Funeral services were conducted Thursday at the residence hv Rev Clarke after which the remains were taken to Drowning Creek fur buriiil Mr Covington like the Apostle of Old kept the faith and run well the race that was set before him finishing the leandwas ready when death came to enter into the presence of Ins Maker Pence be to Ida ashes HARRIS Mr William T Harris died last Tlmrcday at his home in time East ern part of toe city aged 68 years A world of gndnesK is conveyed in that sentence fur hewasoiieof Richmonds oldest moot honoree and highly re spected citizens and his loss will be keenly felt Deceased had been a suf fererer for a long time with asthma and it was this that he was unable to baIt e against longer Mr Harris had been closely associated with all the business interest of title city for long years and was at all times recognized as one of our best citizens Although he was of o quiet and somewhat unassuming disposition he was a man of strong convictions and lived up to his ideas with true Christian faith He was elected to the Legisla ture several years ago and in everyway made an excellent representative for Madibon Mr Harris was a devou member of the Christian Church He is survived by a wife and five childien namely Mesdames W H Douglas Milward Brown Charlie Hendren and Messrs Eula and John Harris all of this city Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon by Ilev J W Me Harvey assisted by Rev W H Dodge after which his remains were laid to rest in the Richmond Cemetery The deepest sympathy of all is extended to the family in their bereavement The lowing is an address delivered at the grab by Hon W B Smith who had been a lifelong fiiend 01 the deceased and at whose request these words were than fifty years ago in a little log school house four wiles from Rich mond I met my friend William Harris We sat on the same bench in this school house and studied from the same book and from that day to this we have been fast friends At school he WHO prompt and obedient to all the rules and wa a hard student He loved his books and wits fond of reading and always regretted that be had not had an oppor tunity to make himself scholar He came from a good family his people were the pioneers of Kentucky and they did their part well William Har ris waslk very industrious and hardworking Ulan He chose the businessof making brick and building houses and the monuments ot his labor and handi work are all around us in the best buildings of our town He was prompt to perform his promises was kind to all of his employees was iust and right eons in all of his business and never pressed any mghe was un exemplary citizen Ho was for the weak against time xtrong and forthe right against the wrong He took interest In all of the alT iri of his town and county and wa for every public enterprise that loeked to the good of his people He was plnaned especially with the part he 1ad tnknil In having erected the two publi- csIdfli1itltItiimt our town am III irurijilwntfi iiruutl time fuel that the pe ple of Mtiilison hilt honoieci Iui by ti cting him to the Legislature He was bom iji Media ii comity mar riU in Madison county unit his chit then were born lit the county anil le was hardly ever ut ot its limits His life was one of continuous lab al ways trying to d his part He hid lila trials his troubles and conflicts like the rest of us The loss of a dear and promising boy was the hardest blow he ever received and one from which he never fully recovered In the last years of his life he suffered much Death knocked at his door and he had toga And now I will tell you why I am here standing by his grave and speak lug of him Abrtut nine or ten months ago I was sudlnlr by my office window and saw my old friend going up the street I went down and joined him He said to me 1 have one request I want to make of you that is if you out live me I want you to make a few re marks at my grave and if lout live yotr I will do the same And now if my friend can see ire and knows what we are doing he will see that I am complying with my promise- I want to say to his family that thev have a legacy left to them far more lasting than golda good name And now I hid YOJ my friend a long fare well hoping that in a iairer and bet ter world I shall meet you in tuB pres ence of the rat God who loves IIB nil Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT CQtIR- TCM Clays Ailmr pit against C M Clays lira and Oats Oft All persons having claims against the estate of C SI Clay deci are hereby nBtlfidlo tile the same legally verified with the under igned on or before the moth day of March or same will be baried 8 H THORPE M O M 00 What the New Year Points Out r The y ar 04 promises Bitter styles in Wall Papers Better figures on the wall Bettir figures for pocket book Here is the opportunity to get real values at really attractive prices Our line embraces all the novelties in Tapestries FloralsStripes Crowns Moires Et- cRoom Mouldings Readings Plate Rai- lsWIIging Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass Mirrors Etc FARM FOL AtE I Will On Thursday Febry 18 Beginning 10 oclock a m on the premises at Silver Creek Ky otTer for sale at public out orythe well known W S Hume farm consisting of About 510 Acres of Fine Bluegrass Land It is well improved having on it one lage brick tusiilence twostories with basement modern built arrang ed for water gas and furnace hert splendida station on the Louisville Nashville Railroad posto ice and t hipbone ser vice all outbuildings such as servants quarters stock barn carriage lions poultry house ice house etc which with residence were built at a cost of about 2500000 There is also a nice twostory Irame residence in good condition besides several tenument houses two large stok birnc a tine tobacco barn good ponds and cistern and with Silver Creek dividing it is excellently watered A good part it the land is well set in bltugrass and timothy hay while the other is in a fine state of cultivation This farm will be soul first in thee tracts divided as folows Quo tract borderingon the eat side of Silver Creek and the railroad ccuitxining about 250 acres one tract gn the west- side of the creek containing about 225 acres and the tract on which the two residences and out buildings are situated containing about 35 acres after which the hree tracts will he jffer das a whole the highest bid to prevail 1 will also offer all the Live Stocksuch as Mules Cattle and Hogs all Fanning Implements Wagons etc orn and Hay Terms made known on day of sal- eMrs E M Hume Executrix At the Same Time and Place W S Hume To willoffer one tract of about 10 ACRES on whih are sev ral tenement houses known as Red Row and a tract of about 7 ACRES ou which is a comfortable frame real placeStockard7 Aged Work Mules 68 Head tear old Cattle 19 Head Iyearold Cattle I Saddle Horse Brood Mure Harness Mare 2 Milch Cows 70 Head of Stock Hogs 200 Barrels of Corn In shock 200 hands of Corn in crib Tobaccol2StrckmmLot of Fodder in Shock STwohone Wagons J I Binder I Champion Mower i 2 Disc imrows S New A Harrows PJowI Plow Gear aWheat Drills WheU Drill WSHumeQ I Eto 3NAL I Mrs J Slone alker has been Yisii lug in Louisville I Mr Robert Sarllej spent Sunday in Lexington I Mr BD fiord n spent Saturday and Sunday in Nictiolasvile I Mr T Hood Little of Louisvilo was a visitor here last Friday I and JPhelpiiMr Simeon Hamilton of Estill ounty was a court day visitor here Mr Cl de Hurt of Brush Creek spent Sunda with his mother in this citytMiss Kale Walker has returned from an extended trip thiough the South Mrs Joe Harris and Miss Margaret Clayton of Beiittyville were here last week j Mr Dowell Oldhani of Lexington has been visiting his aunt Mrs G G PrewittMrs Harry M Blanton has return ed from a short visit to her parents at Chile burg Miss Anne Bennett left last Tliursdaj fur a visit to Mrs JHarrv Huffman iu Mi Sterling Mr M M Millir of Lexl lnn was a pleas tit caller at th s mliiu last rhursdayMrs June of Mt Sterling Is viMtinglier daughter Mrs J W Ar nold Mrs R C Morgan r turtl to Lexing ton lat week after a short vitiv to hei daughter Mrs M C Kellogg Miss Daiy Gilbert of Speedwell has gone to London to enter the Sue Bennett Memoral SohOl Mr Dpnaldspii Allman is takinga business course nt the Wilbur Smith College in Lexington Miss Le prathr the efficient Sten ographer and bookkeeper of W D Oldhain ha been vi iti g her broher Mr Irvine Prather in Lexington Miss Minnie Dykes mu ic clasje will give a recital tonight in the parlors of the Elks Club rooms Mr Harry Francis of Richmond was a guest at the Baptist parsonage from Friday until ironlay Blue crass Clipper Miss Roe tto t has returned to her home in Winihester after a delightful vNit to relatives here She was accompanied hv Miss Ora Johns Miss Ellen Gilbert o e of the most attractive joung women of this county has gone to Lexington where she enters as a stu ont at State College Mr Herbert Sorivener of Winches ter was here with reatives and friends several days last wefik Miss Bettie Taylor attended a large Gorman in Frankfort on last Friday night A postal trom Mr GPO n White who is in San Antonia Texas tolls tie to send his UMAX on to him as he Is anxious to get the news from home He states that San Antonia is a bHnuti ful quaint and clean city and that lit and his family are enjoying their stay very much Mrs W G Langfonl entertained the Epworth League of the Method ist church in a most delightful manner on last Friday night The house was thrown open for thee joynmnt of the young people G mes and r frshmehts were enjoyed and alto gather the affair was quite a success jnd will be followed by more of these Lucy Adam sistorof Prof T C Adams the physical culture i struclor who has given lessons in tIde scientific and healthful nxctisisnHnri the past month arrived in Falmniub Monday and organized laiUes Hnss that afternoon Miss Adams is quite proficient in the work and has IWO classes one she instructs in time opera house in the afteroon and the other at Mrs Margaret Gulicks in the even- Ing New pupils will be received at any timeFalmouth Pendletonian- Mr C T Wells a prominent busi nes man of Richmond Ky cam to our town a few weeks sine with a hunch of young Kentncky mules and having satisfactorily disposed of the same has returned home While here Mr Wells won a host of friends and admirers by his honest prompt busi nesslike methods of dealing withour fiiiznns and they regret no little his departure Our bet wishes go with him to his Kentucky homuandwe sncerely trust next winter will find him again making headquarters in our town where a liberal patronage will always be at his command Fort Gaines Ga Sentinel 7J 7I 7I m7f m GREAT Reduction Sale on SHOES RATS andt f f MENS FURNISHINGS E For the next 2 I D A Y SBeginning January 21s we will offer every article in our house in way of Winter Goods at the following prices 7J SI I Please do not ask or expect goods to be charged at these prices This sale takes in the famous W L Douglas Shoes IL Mens 5 00 Bootees of all kinds S3 95 5 00 Enameled and Box Calf hoes 3 95 4 00 B totees 3 15 3 50 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 95 3 50 HC Lace Bootees 2 75 V 3 00 H C Lace Bfiotees 2 35 3 00 Enamel and nux Calf Labe 2 45 + u 3 50 Hartford Half Boots 2 76 rt 4 00 Double Vamp Railroad Boots 3 25- 2 50 HFtrli Cut shoes I 85 2 00 Hihi ut Shoes 155 II 1 75 Shoes 1 35 50 Shoes 20 Boys 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 45 II t 2 50 Box Calf Shoes 2 15 i 2 00 Box Calf Shoes 105 c 50 Box Calf Shoes 120 iN 25 Box Calf Shoes 05 ji Youths200CaifShoes 165 50 Calf Shoes 1 20 I 1 25 Calf Shoes 1 li Little Gents 11 50 Calf Shoes 20 1 25 Calf Shoes 05 1 00 Calf Shoes 85 I4J Quality Shoes Quality Misses 1DONT FORGET REDUCED PRICES ON Hats Rain Come early and get first choicer This is an opportunity of to get JJL are right in style and quality and at never before ed in ofo to ANFlvL ARNOLD TNthis advertisement and see that are as represented i V f e V 7A 7li 7i 7if 7li 7Jf ifh 71 T Public SaleI I will offer for pale publicly the premises one mile west of Richmond on the Tales Creek pike Thursday Feby 4th At 10 oclock A M the following property Three Shoats 6 Town Itrood Mare Work Mitre 2 year old Colt 13 year old oil 4 yearold Colt Sorrel Tnttinebred inir 4yenrold MIIH Porn Fodder Suirar Patio Fariiiinp Implements llonsehod Anl Kitchen Kurniiure Terms made known on day Sale Mrs W E Luxon am Diamonds Watches Clocks All kinds of Jewelry and Precious of evry description These are some of the things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane lie will fix them your ring needs reset tlnps take to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a first clam Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles L E Lane Jeweler and Optician TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure B W Groves sienattire- a on each box 25 rents I Spring is Comin means spring cleaning and general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of llllmnJIlBpIIIIW everythingsmallest piece up to the most massive Suits DressingTublesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes ingComeand we will pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in lio most up to date manner Give a call whether you want to or 1S1OH ll FOR CASH Ladies S3 60 Styx excepting Queen fS 95 3 00 excepting Queen 2 45 2 50 Sioes 2 15 OOSboes 165 1 50 Shoes ao 2 00 Shoessizes UK t02 65 1 50 Shoes 1 30 125 Shoellcc 106 1 00 Shoes l 80 Childrens 50 Shoessizes 84 tell 130 1 25 Shoes 06 1 00 hoesc 90 R5 Shoes i5 D 75 Shoessizes 5i to 85 65 Hhoes Wi 50 Shoes to Infants 1 OOShotsc 2 to 5J 90 75 Shoes 65 M 60 Shoes rO 50 Shoes to If Underwear Shirts Rubber Boots Felt Boots Coats Glv4 Umbrellas Suit Cases Valises and Telescopes Q a lifetime wz goods that both such prices offer Richmonds 0 0 v A i Bring poods a c 1 i V I a on on I f Cutglass Stones If If it That a IID Bed = room Fancy streets take us buy not v 8 j Ik t i W i k 7ii 7KMJ JF78 4 + Great I i BANKRUPT ffi 7rPJSitLEHaving mtide a satisfactory settle neiit vithour creditors we will s beginning on Saturday February 6th1 71 Offering the entire stock of them + Glob Clothing and Mine Store consisting of all kinds of Clothing Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Etc rat unheardof prices Everything F nlUSt gonothing Pled TII Jj stock of goods must he converted Into cashat iMirc If JOUrant the greatest bargains in the TJL history of you I lives come earlv I before the stock is picked over 1Everything Spot Gash 5 Remember this sale williiot last i4 but a few days Dont forget 1 he c date of hale and the place j THE GlOBE 1 Clothing Boot Shoe 5 STOREq C Rosenstein and Com- panyRichmond z Ky 7U k L T 7 w r 7 v r tC r rr Ct rSTOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS ft A splendidopportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated 1threemiles from Globe Arizona c Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and t Gold Mining and Milling Company BeltextendingcMining District which as to past and prenent production rind future promise is not excelled in the world SCO Acres in a compact body with undisputed title No debts of any kind development still going on in the 11101 modern Rill mHteinitic manner 18 claims and every claim will be a mineore in sight on very one Copper Gold Siiver and Lead all in paying quantities with good assays In Tin Uranium etc Large groundfArizonaand other parts of the westwhen it was offered for lOc a share and laieron went to 75 per share now buy in the t C ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co 1 SO Cents per ShareV which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Pr- oc ceeds from sale of stock goes into development work for machinery used in mining and uilllingand the hoist insr and handling of ores from mine to mill No Biliined officers to pay Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed abso lutelv safe It IB not offered as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in price The Gen I oral Mansgrstatts From present indications slock should be at par before the cloce of the year The inc vestor will notice that Havingthe United Vrde Senator larks mine with its HillionDollar Ore Body in Sight on time northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Hisbee and other mines operated bv Phelps Dodge Co who have turned their attention from banking to mining because it pays better that this as an investment la the V Mining Opportunity of the Present Century For further Information address ROBT M FOREE lit Pres and Gen Mgr Main OIHce- Ulobe c Arhwjna rr r WHITHAM SecTreasurer W L CKUTCHER W EVANS JR I A AewFirrn 3 Z A Magnificient s Stock of Goods VG 2 Everything for the home beautiful y can be found in our store ri and our will suit i r JtWe are at home at Joplin s old standon Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention x give us a call rV Crutdiery Main Street Richmond Ky lonisyille Atlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraallleeLawreneeburK Shel gngm and8netnnatl m i- Fer Irvine awl Beattjrvilte m i35 prn TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Leaisrille Lexington and 1144 am Cincinnati hI Altr m from Irvine and Beattyvilie W6 pm fla iMITffOTPA KyRRlobmond Ky L S N1 Time Tails Ar No Cincinnati aud Livings Lv p m ton Extern aunth bound li46 p No 6 Clnnatiand Livings 111 pm ton Express north bound 155 pra No Oinnati and Livings 3lg a m ton Express north bound 360 No innaU and Livloes 11S p m ton Ex south bound 116 pm No W Stanford and Mays vile Accm north bound 620 a No4 Stanford and Mays 725 p rn vllle Accm south bound No Richmond and Rowland Accm south bound 1120 am No 22 Richmond and Stan 4d p m ford north bbnnd E 0 Vance DO Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobsou Bull ling Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy OLD JOE VIIISKY Hand male Sour Mash Every drop urlt- e61 1m pure h if of old style manu fact ure No- BETPBR can be found for medicinal pur posef You want the liest Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 Ititiles 5 junZO 5 CobottlNew Whisky Sltfgnjer gallon Orders promptly fillefl WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer- novlvr Anderson county Kv RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Jhe 5 cent packet Is enoucb for UfliialV occasions The family bottle Of cents rontHini a supply for a year All drngwhiU sell them J UThoriIysona well known citi zen of MlllerBbuV ded In JvejJngtoii A bospital t JOS D Prancb Ofllie 248 Equitable Bide Denver Colorado r G AND am to 1d r Evans CI PROFESSIONAL OARDSI ATTOENE75 l h MILLER ATTOESBTATLAW RICHMOND EBHTucmvr Office n the Burnam Building next door to irmers National Bane eb3ly JA AtIIATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jffice over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street I 0 D M JHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery IW R LETCHERAUorneyaLaw KENTCCKT Office over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PhYSICIANS AND SURGEONS iicHMONi KENTUCKY icficein tor Dr Habson budding MinStreet DENTAL STTSBSHY tT 1n M tonso or LonisvtLLB KY BuildingtchmSnd nov17lyV M Blanton DENTIST O3Offlce tu Bennett Building lanly TELEPHONE 198 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday February 10 1904 COUCgAND IIWITH II c ill thk II New Discovery II FOR ONOOHPTiON OUGHt and OLDS Surest and Quickest Cure THROAT and LUNG oralljLES or MONEY BACK FRANK A Branch WRIGHTt Chicago Illinois r L rr Ct e I50c Clover Hay FOR SALE 650 Bales Choice Clo = ver Hay For Sale j In Quantities to Suit t JUODfiG Taylor Son Telephone 112 ++++CALL AT ++ ++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap oPhone 3 Second St ATTENTION 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 Hidest Furs andother Produce 3ive 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 2tmjsiilv RKJHMOND KY TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence t We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Searcy A Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John Stapp Burton Roberts J WTeater J W Prewitt L A Wearren C O McWbarter BicknerKarlT JT Coy R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Cotton burg Paint Lick Kirksvllle 50 YE 1mDTRADE MARKS DESIGNS icAnyone sending sketcb and UonmsT quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an emmunicatlonsstrtctlyeon5dential securtngpatentPateata tfteial notice without charee In the Scientific Jnnericam A handsomely IJlultr ted weekly Iarcest ctr dilation of any sclcntiae journaL Terms S3 Tear tallr montha ZL bYall yiewsdeateis MUNN Hffl RS- EXPERIENCE I COPYRIGHTS a a 38 lflreadway New York Branch Office 35 V 8t Wathlmnon D C Weak HeartsAre of every ona hundred popio who have heart trouble IndJgesliononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicateatcenachoublendwuna tourII1a1ths Ittandstrain and the heart of all pressure Scttiesculy SlOo Size holdln5 23 times the OcpOHIOAQO For sale byPerry 4 ThomeB Cutting Ootfil For Sale emrlneihrland in good running order Apply to D S Harbor Hichmpml Ky W N Wheeler clec23 2mo Red Hou e Ky BLUE GRASURACIIONCOMf Am Georgetown Lexington Trac tion Co Oars leave Paris for Lexington every hour front 7 a III lit 8 p in alldat 11in Leave lexin ton every hour from a in to 7 p in itnd at 0 p to Single fare 40 cents Time 60 minutes Leve Lexington for Geor Htnwn eV- ery hour from 7 a m to 11 p m excep 11 am 1 p m8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a in lo 10 p m except 10 a ID 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Y Alexander President A Cure for Eczema Mybabv had Euxmna so had that iis head was a solid IIIESK of stabs coo its hair all came out I tried manyI remedies but none seemed to d Derttmiiaiil good until 1 used used Ie Vftt8 Witcli Hazel Salve Tbo E zeiiiii is cured the scabs aw gone Il1rfctlydean praisetobuyinirWitchrfeits lJeVittn the original and the only one coiitaitiini pure Vitcli Hazel The limn E o DeWitt is on every box Sold by E C Wines 1m The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South em Railway Co Spedal Rites To The West And Southwest On the first amid third Tursdnyp of Jan Fab Mamli and April 1004 tIme Missouri Par fic Railway and Iron Mountain Route will have on sale special onewav and round trip ex curslon tickets to certain points in the- Vet mind Sotithvvefit Tlif round trip tickets will bear fi al return limit of twelity one IIIIY fruin unto of sale Special onewav colonials rates to California tirketn on sale hiring month of March ami April alo from Sept 36111 to Oct 15 h inclusive 1901 Now is MIP titHe to visit Hot Springs Ark Write for illu iated booklett For In formation as to rates etc addle 8 A A Gallagher U P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 Relief in One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one ininnt iiecause it kills dhe mi crobe which tckils time mucous niem hrane causinu lie coueb and at the same time clears tliQ phlegm draws out the inlNinaiiou and heals and soothes the ntr tfd parts One Minute Uough Cure strengthens the lung ward off pneumonia and is a harinlK and never failmir cure in all cuntble cmies of Coughs Colds anti Group One Minute Couga Cure is pitman In take liarinless und gsl alike for young anl old iold by E C Wines w Notice Having purchased a one balf interest in time S tnulI livery stable on Inin street I coritinily invite all niv friends and patron8 to mil on toe at my new quarters whore I will ln in a position to serve the Ilimlimic more faithfully than ia the past 13j3t L O SIIEAURR Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tie Cord Laxative Bromo Qtinine Tr et8 cure a cold in one dav No cure no pay Price 25 in- t5For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo Nol No2No3 INO4INo5 No6No7 INo8 INo9No INon No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 22 No 23 floe 25 A twostory frame residence contain Ing6 room and two halls in Rich roond Ky Lot 4Uxl60 feet small barn Price 1000 less than original1 cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild inKS A great bargain for anyone de siring a home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain A twostory frame residence on Irvine otreet Building in good pair Price Sl20 will buy a good town lot 40x200 feet A Rood town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price liO residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 54200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence birn and other im Farm containing 100 acres welt fenced but with no other improvements Can be bought In connection with No 8 Price 1000 Good cottage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 Hand ne twostory residence in BndIINO13Nice INO20No producinfarin ep500 weImproved residence containing seven in resident of ctiy yard and garden and all seary outbuildings Price 3010 Rood lot suitable for business house can be bought chimp InMadisonoutbuildIngsvenient Situated on pike A tour room cottage and seven acres twoInlIdlnglTitlethriving villAge where churches and schools are convenient Price500 Inluchmondcoutalnlng best portion of city Lot 90x250 feet Price IIW A twostory residence in Rood feetA72800 A nice residence for any one deslr ingnn ideal home One cfthe best constructed Imildlncs In Richmond well improved Price 2200 Two lots 120x160 feet in good neigh borltood Price 700 trpelCOIIIHlllingaary outlniiliiinxs Can Iw par plangreatresidence for purchaser roomsleautU1 illonresidence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con twoponhesportion or city Stable coal bout to iingiidesiring a nine home itmilesall in grass and is Al good farm aud islandnecessary oatbulldlule Locality 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 I hue uid Ayers Cherry Pectoral In my family for years It is the but ineticlne In the world I know for throat aud lung trouble Mns J It JiOECROSS WiHhira Mais Ec 5OefllOO I All drnerti for JCI ATEnenI lTheLngslDally action of the bowels Is neces sary Aid nature with Ayers Pills THE KENTUCKY LAWMAKERS Only Two Important Bills Were Passed on Tuesday Frankfort Ky Jan 27Senate The fivo bills amending the game lavra and establishing a state fish and game warden were reported favorably and made a special order for next Tuesday Senator Georges bill providing for an emendment to tbe constitution so as to return to the viva voce system of Voting was made a special order for Fri day at the same hour as the grand father clause blllGov Beckham sent in the following appointments which were referred to the committee on charitable Institutions Dr Minnie C Dun- lop to be third assistant physician at the Lexington asylum to be commissioners of deaf mute institute at Dan ville B 0 Rodes and E W Llllard McDowelllJrHouse The Butler bill passed pro viding for an increase in the length of the common school term to six months Chairman Drewrey of the municipal Itles committee reported favorably on the Edwards bill recommended Monday on motion of Dr Averdlck and made a speech in behalf of the measure which he said allowed the mayor of Louisville to remove members of the board of public safety and public works who were Inimical to the administration Mr OConner of Louisville stated that he opposed the bill but it was adopted by a vote of 53 to 22 The Miller bill appropriating 15000 annually for the Kentucky Childrens Home society was passed by a vote of 72 to 2 The Bourne bill to adopt as the state law the Car roll edition of the Kentucky statutes was unanimously passed STORAGE WAREHOUSE BURNED The Aggregate Loss Is Estimated at About 225000ILouisville Ky Jan 27Flre Tues day destroyed the Goddard Storage warehouse entailing losses upon sev eral buildings which aggregate about 225000 The fire caused a slight pan ic among the guests of the Gait house which fortunately did not result In harm to anybody The losers are W R Benedict wholesale coffee 50000 A E Engelhard Co wholesale coffee 50000 H Wedekind Co wholesale grocers 40000 Torbett Castleman molasses 20000 Goddard Co loss on building 30000 E H Bowen Co 30000 THE PORTLAND EXPOSITION The State of Kentucky May Have An Exhibit There Frankfort Ky Jan 27Cohin H Mclsaacs commissioner general of the Lewis and Clark centennial exposition to be held at Portland Ore addressed the Kentucky senate by invitation He urged the appropriation of 10000 by the general assembly for the purpose of transporting the Kentucky exhibit for the Louisiana purchase exposition from St Louis at the close of that centennial exposition A bill providing this will be introduced Cold Wave In Kentucky Louisville Ky Jan 27 There was a sudden drop In the temperature Tuesday morning At 8 oclock the record was 8 degrees The river Is rising rapidly Little danger is apprehended from the ice Reports from nil parts of the state indicate the cold wave is general Will Fight State Fair Appropriation Owensboro Ky Jan 27At a meet- Ing of the Business Mens association W G Archer was directed to leave for Frankfort In the Interest of the bill for repealing tho act giving the Ken tucky Live Stock Breeders associa tion an annual appropriation of 15 000 Charged With Counterfeiting Paducah Ky Jan 27 United States secret service officers have arrested eight men in Galloway county on a charge of counterfeiting A pho tographic process 20 bill on the May field national bank has recently boon extensively circulated in that county Buying Up Tobacco Hopkinsvllle Ky Jan 27 Hender son parties representing the Imperial Tobacco Co which has a controlling interest in the British tobacco trade are here and have rented a number of large stemmeries for the purpose of buying tobacco for strips City of Lexington Enjoined Lexington Ky Jan 27 Injunction proceedings were Instituted In this city by local attorneys against the city of Lexington and its officials to restrain them from arresting the law yers accused of failing to pay their II cense tax- Death of Squire W R Browder Russellville Ky Jan 27Squlre W R Browder of Olmstead is dead after LoganIgrange move rnent To Legalize Glove Contests Frankfort Ky Jan 27 Representa tive Chris Mueller of Louisville In troduced a bill in the house Tuesday to legalize glovo contests with flveounce gloves m this state The bill reptcls the statute nuudng boxing a felony Fell Dead From His Chair 27BenjaminONeal his chair and died Instantly He had been for years a great sufferer from asthma He was a prominent farmer and wellknoTvn surveyor Englandcheaper Are You Going to Floilia Whiter TourUtfittcketR on sale via Queen Orescent Route Southern putileSouthdmieilrates jiood returning May 31 lOOt Ticketrt can now hA purchased to viarookollt oftileECll1rkeW 0 Rineanion G P Ar Cincinnati rWISCONSINS dTatb flLeonard StirlC of FlnJr field PreV- ntoly the Lrgoat IeAer on Earth Operations Caver 211 TownsI Leonard Starkfl of Plainfield Wis probably Is the largest dealer in pota toes In the world His operations cover 214 towns on all the railroads in Wisconsin Michigan cd Minnesota In these three states alone it is computed that 900000 acres of light sandy soil is devoted to potatoes The marketing of 6000000 busheli forms a considerable item of Industry living employment to a great number of buyers speculators workmen and freight handlers Far more care is taken of the potato than of almost any other vegetable on the market Somewhere about 3000 cars are in constant service by this one firm and capacity is provided for 3000 car loads more The preservation of the first value from the farm to the con sumer Is the great problem At present the preparation of a car for the safe transportation of potatoes in winter Is occupying Mr Starks attention The car Is to be celled double floored papered often twice then divided into bins and a stove and fuel furnished This of course entails a man to go with the car or cars All this must necessarily come out of the price ofthe commodity Machinery for digging and cleaning of the potato on the farm is also beipg investigated The operation of Mr Starks in potatoes is no small business He Is a modest unassuming man of 50 years and his rise in the world from a hired man on a poor farm to his present leading pnsirn was rapid One of his chief characteristics Is his almost perfect measurement and judgment of men His workmen are almost all lifelong associates and his rise has been the means of lifting anum ber of other men for In addition to his great ventures in the potato market he is a silent but much Interested partner in many trades and in several towns in Wisconsin MONEY TO PROMOTE HEALTH Journal Endowed t r Chicagoans to Be Devoted to Publication of Original Investigation The Journal of Infectious Diseases volume one number one has made its appearance in Chicago This magazine has been founded by the Memorial Institute for Infectious Diseases and is endowed by Mr and Mrs Harold F McCormick to the extent of f375000 It- sI estimated that the sum of 15000 will be expended annually in the publication of the journal It is permanently endowed According to an editorial note in the first issue the Journal of Infectious Diseases will be devoted to the publication of original investigations dealing with the general phenomena causation and prevention of infectious diseases both of known and unknown origin It- si the aim of the journal to occupy a spe cial field and to include only such con tributlons as bear with reasonable directness upon the topics Indicated In the title Numbers will be Issued at Irreg ular intervals as rapidly as the amount and nature of the available material per miLe The editors of the Journal are Dr Ludwig Hektoen and Dr Edwin 0 Jordan of the factulty of Rush Medical college Dr Frank Billings Dr F G Koog and Dr W T Sedgwick act as assistant editors The first number contained 11 articles by prominent physicians and scientists GIRLS TO ERECT A CHAPEL Daughter of Wealth at Stamford Conn Seminary Vow That No Male Hand Will Help With their own hands the girls of Rosemary hail at Stamford Conn a seminary in which daughters of wealthy families are educated have begun to erect a stone chapel They have made vow that no mans labor shall be em ployed in any part of the work George Lauder Jr a nephew of An drew Carnegie offered them all the estateIjerseysiload on the Lauder farm Two girls drove a cart Into which the girls heaved the stones with a will Some of the stones were so heavy that two or three girls tugged with all their might to lift one For several days squads of girls led by their gymnasium instructor a woman repeated the trip after the build materiaLWhen pupils return to Rosemary they will take pickaxes and shovels and dig the trenches for the foundation laytheThe origin of this novel building en j terprise is a sentiment among the pupils that the school gymnasium Is not a proper place for chapel exercises The plans drawn by an architect man call for a low structure of undressed stone Evidence of Civilization The chief of the Cherokee nation in IndIan territory Is reported to be suffering with the gout This says the Chicago RecordHerald puts the Car lisle school away to the rear in providing evidence that the noble red man Is capable ot acquiring civilization Let tbe Trust Have It Radium Is so deadly a substance that anybody who handles it Is likely to be afflicted as Job was This is one of the things remarks the Washington Times in which we are all quite willing there should be a trust and a monopoly Not Counting Extras The president of Switzerland does not get as much pay as a United States congressman That Is remarks the Peoria HeraldTranscript he does not as much even as the regular salayof a congressman ThughtsThelU healthA is in BIJditontheTo relieve pain and snake easy that againMothers Is popularly used It is a liniment easily onlyPregnantit being undeniably a friendto her anticipationn thereby1iiewitin1muscle straining with the burden will relax become and elastic from itt continued AllfibrcS applicationI expandingcovercoutainingthc pregnancyOfWrite for flee book on tIoterllbo4 ME BHADKIEIO REGULATOR CttUTUNTAfi j u Stoves AT COSTVIe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close out at cost for cash Please bear in mind that sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagocw We- anc sell you one ofour wagons for what you would pay for an inferior makers Come in and examine buyingTin and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE I SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made jlllid kijumiiuo iAKI I1EW0RI house CTAIso our large ofx fc This to the clothing in the world at Do not fail to house when in 1 j in Take Tablets sold in past 12 months A TEXAS DISCOVERY One small bottle of Great Dis tovery nil kidney mid bladder riiuhlc umiimil emlftsinns weak and lunie buck lieiiiiMiiHin lint all irregniaril los ofi time kMun s SlOt blxildHr in lioih men woiifii root nlale liliuldrr troubles in children If nut old by yniir ilrnij M hilllt1I1 bytizuii oil receipt ofI fit OnrtBiimll is two inonlire tmtuif nt ami will eire any IMS above iiHiitiiinwI tar KW Han iou IIIBI- Iifactiner P 0 029 Su huh Mo end fur teiimoiiitts Sold bv all and MuKee MnrcliJint Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv 9 1902 Dr EV hull St Louis Mo Dear ir I have used of the IVxas Woiider Great Discov nryfor kidney MId hlndder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I n ling it today I 176 and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the patillC 7jan Iv Feed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength from sick blood The fact that it is best is a as to why it does what it does fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their are cured of the peculiar disease of the blood which 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FLOUR a Where are you going my pretty maidITo purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flout my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she sai Then Illfro with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir shp said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife Ml Elliston Company WACOfS K Wool Carding in Season e A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of 0 fo 10 l Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsot Give us a cal and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RfCHMOND KENTUCKY 1mR BLAWTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsapr30tyr Phone 85 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY 1 ntCORrOEATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed anPrrsldcntTre a I CHARIOT OFTHE SUN v Remarkable Find in Peat Moor on a Danlih Island DUcovery ProrM Sun Worship of the Germanlo naGof Early Dym Vehicle Estimated to De About 8000 Year Old In a peat moor of Trundholm In the Danish island of Seeland a remarkable connectionIsun once was widely diffused among the whole Ger manic race Six inches under the de cayed vegetable growth was found a bronze sun chariot partly broken which represents the disc of the heavenly orb drawn on three pairs of wheels by horseD llsh writers conclude that this sun chariot must be about 3000 years old yet it is of no mean artistic merit The sun disc is covered with a circular and Itawas r first worked In with a graver and the a thin plate of gold was pressed in Til horse rather archaically shaped was connected with the disc by loopholes on his neck for slipping reins through His taU was not docked for the animal cast hollow shows an opening at the to where of old probably a horsehair appendage was put in The disc is only 13 inches long The whole structure the wheels of which now damaged could no doubt have areIonce rolled about on an altar The of its having been purposely n points to an ancient sacrificial custom the north This wasteful practice of de stroying valuable things by way of an offering to the gods has its counterpart in the law of Odin which said that the dead should be burnt and that everything which had been their own should be carried to the pyre Dr Sophus Muller believes the wo discovered in the Trundholm moor ha probably been made in the count it has been found or at any rate n that region where there was once a population of the same common ttilwture and mode of life namely In south fortdSun worship existed in the north It was a colt widely prevailing among teGermanic raceeven more so than in the south for in the north the sun Is ease tally a beneficent star while in t south it Is oftener bringer of death plague and of agricultural distress the Gdda tourists repeatedly meet with daughtInlker lore there is an overwhelming mass of evidence for the same cult The passages in the poetical and theprose Edda or Norse scripture amply testify to a be steedY of that ancient even prehistoric creed of tne bodilybroughtwag co long hidden GRIM HUMOR OF EMPRESS Chinese rii lclniin Made to Give Written Guarantee to Ilcntore Favorite to Stealth Grim humor is a notable characteristic of the empress dowager of China The latest illustration of this trait was given by the august lady in connection with the illness of a favorite attendant named Li Lien Ying Li was down with fever and his royal mistress in a state of the greatest anxiety summoned to attend him several prominent native physicians who after pronouncedempress dowager was not satisfied with medltalIthey would completely restore him to healthAs the attendant is a man advanced in years it is highly improbable that the unfortunate physicians will be able to carry out their pledge and failure will bring down upon them quite enough Imperial displeasure to make life a burden to be dispensed with at the earliest opportunity Disgrace and suicide are synonymous In China PLUMBER IN GREWSOME ROLE Pedeiil rlnnn of Paris Waylaid at Nigh Deliver 1ursen to Specter Un til He IB Trapped A plumber of Paris with a soul above hie trade gave his histrionic latest pla so successfully that but for the heart lose Interference of the police he might still be filling a star role with solo control of the boxofllce receipts Every night he walked the Pont Marl over the Seine wrapped in a sheet hrs face was coated with flour When he sa a guileless looking individual approac who looked as if he would lend an ear to ghosts he approached and demanded his purse In sepulchral tones Generally he did not miss his The purse was rendered In speechl fashion and the seer of ghosts took his heels But one night while he was overawl a restaurant waiter by his ghostly ment two policemen on the nabbed him The plumber thinks it a pity for pltimblng he says is a slow business for getting rich Doth In a Dad Was Judging from some of the lugubrio dispatches from Washington says t Detroit Free Press both the republics and democratic parties are so hopelessly divided that neither has a ghost ol a chance to elect a president In 1904 American Cheese Crowded Out Canadian cheese is being substituted lot American in the English market because of its superiority and cheap ness Announcements FOR CONGRESS i LMOOIlERoceed119noearaeallyoucihdFOR RUNTY ATTORNEY RLJoTCHERtorney subject to the action of the Democraticparty IIOROOKE iaryWe8HACKKLFORD toneyofDiadtaoaconatpenbJecttotheactlonof FOR SHERIFF Wo are anthonzed to announce jfao W MadisonCountyIc Party WecandldateforrtheriRof3lndiaanCoaatyeub Party COLYEllUemocrattcpartyFOR JAILER We are 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S We lire authorized to annonnee J eNOLANDscsndfdste for SuperinteiMlenudfi WtheFOR ASSN8S0R of BAKERofDentoersticWrtT UUNNaepartyWeQOLDBN a candidate for Asseaor of Madison Demoeratlcmmu DONT throw your money away for the kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as a fireproof building Tis bet ter for you to buy from us and be certain of theoRight Kind e At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the yBlack Raven KEEPe k wTri i1tongR Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 Notice The 1 4 A railroad will soon be in andhein car load lots for turnpikes drive ways and walks For prices call on or address A C HONE KyKlGdtf The Richmond Climax Supplement Sheriffs Sale For Taxes 1903OF Landand Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison County will oiler at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky o- nMonday March 7 04 It being County Court Day between the bouts of 10 a m mid 6 p in the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 19o3 WHITE LIST- Richmond No J Baxter J R R Burnam 1 lot 60 Barber Elizabeth Allot 13 70 Barlow Mrs Blanche 1 lot 7 90 Blunt Sam n r lot 11 40 Bolton Mrs Mary P lot 7 90 Hush Joe 4 lotl 17 60 Clore I ave n r 1 lot 7 90 Creech Hiram 1 lot 4 80 Davis Mrs Sallie A 1 lot 15 Day J Taylor n r 1 lot 6 75 Davis Frank 1 lot 6 00 Doty Chas K 40 acres 13 00 Faulkner Mrs Nannie lot 45 Farley Wm L hrs 1 lot 40 Hart Mrs Oru lot 16 15 Hacker Theodore hrs 1 lot 3 25 Harrison 0 H 8 lots 11 40 Hamilton Jas T n r lot 5 20 Harris Win T 4 acres 13 00 Harris Mrs Alcy 11t i 55 Hicks MrsBelle 2 lots II 45 Jones Miss Elizabeth lot a t1 Johnson Dr Silas M lip 5 21 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 90 Langtord Callie lot 7 Ull Marcum O P lot 7 10 Marcum Haiam F3 lois 7 SMcCoiium Mrs Sarah J t lot 11 45 Murray John W 68 acres JaW Misner EMu r 4 lilts 4 40 Oliver E T n r 3 lots 6 55 Parrish Stephen D 2 lots 7 IjU Parrish S U O S Powell lot 2 60 Pigg Mrs Labelle nnjlJor 11 45 Shackelford MrsEJcrot 2 55 Stevens Alvey 11 t 6 ill Taylor Burgin 1 lorr 13 00 Taylor Peudleton 27 acres 5 4U Thomas Dan 1 lot 6 00 Wallace H G 1 lot 10 70 White Chas W 1 lot 85 White W G Joe Bush lot 10 25 White W G G W Evans lint 2 60 FOXTOWN NO2 Blevins Sarah 2 acres 2 40 Bowlin James Jr 4 acres 465 Brink Mrs Wm S 27 acres 4 40 Blythe Agatha n r 22 acres 14 25 b Collins Elam 7 acres a Dozier Kobt Sr 10 acres 9 50 Forbes Henry 72 acres 1775 Guess John S 37 acres 5 Kin Sam n r 60 acres j 3 80 lUGng Mrs Sam n r CO acres 4 40 tasters John and Win 12 acres 4 40 Newbv John C 1 acre 5 50 Newby James 16 acres 4 85 Shanks Dave 28 acres 00 Tate CHS 25 acres II 15 Taylor Sidney 75 acres 17 30 Tillett Wm 45 acres S 30 Warner John Sr acre 4 85 Weildle Cyrus 1 acre 4 00 UNION NO3 Acre Henry 43 acres 7 20 Bowman Jonnh 10 acres 55 Bonny Nathan n r 4 acres 3 25 loud Josie 22 acres 5 55 Crutcher John M n r 4 acres I 25 Denny Mrs Susan 10 acres a 4i Dixon Lewis n r 80 acres 12 15 Estes J H 3 acres 6 90 Freeman Mrs Nancy hrs 30 acs 5 55 Iamb JWk 60 acJes 9 50 Noland W T 46 ares 9 50 Sexton Arch lira 32 acres 5 OIl Tnrpin Mrs Mollie 25 acres 3 SO Waller Charly 35 acres 6 10 Walden Thos 4 acres 6 55 ELLISTON NO4 Adams A W 25 acres 000 Alexander Woo Sr 100 acres 7 15 Baker James F 6 acres 540 Benge James 70 acres 8 30 Conner Wesley 51 acres 1310 Carpenter Martin 75 acres 4 80 Carpenter George 10 acres 4 90 Carpenter Jane 1 acre 3 25 Coyle Wm 2 acres 4 20 Cox Jas admr Mary J Ruple 115 acres 635 Cliff Sallie 33 acres 3 25 Dalton Edley A 25 acres 6 00 Fielder John 23 acres 5 20 French George 1 acre 4 80 Gentry Dave 3 acres 4 80 Graves Edgar 1 acre 2 60 Goodloe Mary n r 20 acres 4 40 Hill Sam E 2 acres 480 Hunter Nancy 50 acres 440 Hutson James 23 acres 8 10 Hornesdy Harry n r 100 acres 11 45 Irvine Billie 75 acres 6 00 Jackson Jas L 66 acres 7 16 Johnson Gid 2 acres 4 20 Kaylor ReI acres 4 20 Kelley lire 80 acres 5 00 King Henry 25 acres 600 King F M 60 acres 655 Laws John P 50 acres 540 Lakes James M 160 acres 8 3O Lakes Curt 4 acres 5 00 Lakes Battle 25 acres 2 60 Lakes Wm N 100 acres 480 Lamb Sylvester 48 acres is 00 Lamb John 35 acres 4 80 Lynch James 50 acres 655 Lowens C A 20 acres 1 lot 12 40 Miller John T 75 acres 8 30 Matthews James 3 acres 4 00 Myer Pheobv 130 acres 6 70 Miller Daniel 7 acres 4 20 Richardson Henry 15 acres I 80 Riddle Louisa 65 acres 5 50 Rogers John n r 25 acres 2 60 Sowers Robt 2 acres I 35 Taylor Llnard n r 137 acres U 00 Todd Seth n r 15 acres 350 Tuttle Joe R n r 66 acres 555 Williams Wm 156 acres 9 50 Winkler Shelbind 7 acres 4 30 YATES NO5 Alexander Nannie 4 acres 7 7S AlexanderJasor60acree 5 40 4 65- Anglin John W 7 acres 7 95- Bates James 59 acres 60Baker Robt 5 acres 4 85 Benge Pitman 122 acres 14 10 Benge Warren 7 acres 4 00 Bratcher Wm 36 acres 35 Rurnell Lyman 50 acres 5 40 Buford Titos 17 acres 7 15 Burnett Bruce 20 acres 15 35 Goodrich Irvine acres a 90 Hurrirou Levi 46 acres 6 00 Haley Anderson B 100 acres 50 2JpJonesJohnson Beverley S 8 acres 5 60 Joneon Alex C 10 acres 4 85 Johnsou John M 17 acres 4 85I Kimbrell Mollie 6 acres 3 Lain John A n r 97 acres 11 101 Laws Caleb 8 acres 4G0 Lawson Elizabeth 15 acres 3 25 Maupin Buster 3 acres a 85 Manpin Mrs Annie T 5 acres 4 40 McGuIre Sterling 100 acres 8 80 McGuire Wm 26 acres 5 40 Overlv Jas H 59 acres 10 80 Pigir Brack 53 acres 5 05 Pieir Win H 2o acres 640 Powell Wm M 5 acres 4 85 Rogers Charley Jr 44 acres 5 C5 Skinner Daniel 5o acres 8 31 Turpin Willis lo agree 4 20 Turpin Robt 41 acres 4 85 Vanwinkle James 5 acres 4 20 Vanwinkle Pal 15 acres 4 85 Williams Joe E 2oo acres 14 2e Woodyard Tobitha 3 acres 2 6o Woodall Wm T 16 acres 540 GLADES NO6 Ballard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 5 80 Baker John 5o acres 465 Benge Dave 1 lot 4 85 Beaslev ballle 1 acre 2 6J Burnell Jasper 2 acres 4 to Burton Jack 1 acre 8 3o Uod well John 1 lot 25 Fish AT n rl lot 4 40 Fowler Eb 1 ncie 65 Galloway Win T43 acres 8 3o- Gahbard John hrs2o acres 4 4o Gemry David R 25 acres 8Jo jilts Mrs Mary lot 4 4o Harrison T J 25 acres 6 no Harrison Runlette F n r 25 acre 8 25 Hafild Win 1 lot 4 55 liariiin I S lot I 85 Hardin Mrs Mary F Plot b 55 Hanson MIHE fj Hit 21 25 Hanson r F lot 1U 20 Hays A F lot 7 lu Hill Joe 1 acre 4 20 Hi Nancy L E Jon 35 ao 2 i6 Hut Zimv David n 1101 6 7o haul tuaIrev n r lol 6 to Kiles Henry 4 40 Low man Mrs Nancy n r 25 aw a 25 Lawson W H 3 acre 6 no Maiden Mrs Mary 13 acres 2 4o Mahatfey Mrs Ellen H 1 lot a Si Mitchell John ti his In acres 4 4u Moore Los and Mar 52 acres 7On Ogg JHiiies9 acres 4 8o Parks Richard 2a acres 6 u Yaw ley James n r awe a on Parson W 0 n r 5 aiien 2 JI Ieiinaiiiaii H M u r too acres 4 Uo Preston D A 1 lot 15 Quinly John S 8 acre 5 4o Itamsey A P 3o acres 7 5o Rollins C M 1 lot 8 au Reynolds John W 1 lot 7 to Rice Mrs Maggie S 2 acres 44o Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 4o Jvittles George 111 acres 1 lot 33 Uo Sexton Mrd John 4 acres In 25 Thompson llarvy u r 1 lot 3 25 Tidal Geo W 65 acres 15 35 Todd Susan 2 acres 2 5u IouUSuppn agt fllr Grover Gen try acre 2 6 Todd Mutts Ins 266 acres 53 8o Walking Thos 1 lot 2 60 Walking L A 1 lot 4 20 Wallace BBS acres lot 20 no Weaver Julia lo awes 2 Fo Waer John n r 4 acres 2 40 Wiilitiii Silas u r 60 acrts 6 70 Wilson John R n r 3 acres 2 75 Young John T n r loo acres 4 4 KIIIKSVILLE N 7 Carter ti h n i ii acres 3375 Hill Elizao th Mrs 68 acres 16 Iii Harton Na cy Mrs hrs 27 acres 5 60 Hunan Lee lIr 5u acres 25 55 Madison Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 60 W W n r 1101 2 Go Nicklef Kate Mrs lot 13 8o Prewitt Martha u r 15 sues 5 oo Huiins Clyde acre 12 9 Rliodii John acre 4 8 Ross Alex 48 acres Ii U5 ituirer Cam 10 acres 8 30 Selmsttin Herman u r 20 acres 5 55 Shruwsrwrry Frank C 30 acres 10 90 Taylor Oscar 4 abres 6 65 Thomae W B2 acres 6 00 Warren heicher B 14 acres 9 50 White Green Mrs acre 2 White Annie L Mrs 65 acres i 90 MILLION NO 8 Allen Wyatt 1 lot 12 05 Burryman Sam T 80 acres 14 45 Bolser Jacob n r 1 lot b 65 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 4 40 Burton Elizabeth 5 aeres 3 25 Butcher J M Go n r 1 lot 3 25 Burgess James H 1 lot 6 55 Cassity William 00 acres 28 50 Callico Morris 36 acres 7 85 CaIlicoClarkie Morris SO acres 5 00 Coates Joe 12 acres 5 40 Cox Sallie 1 lot 3 25 Colston Rachel 2 acres 2 60 Chandler Robert 16 acres 550 Fair Brock lot 4 20 Foster Robert 1 acre 3 85 Foster Joel P n r 20Gulley John 17 acres 775 Hall John W n r 50 acres 8 45 Haden L n r 380 Heathman Tail 4 acres 5 4o Hensley Mildred n r 36 acres 4 9o Holland Mary 3 acres 2 6o 5oHoladayIsbill Willsam 2 acres 4 8o SoLandLocker William 1 acre 420 ooLowrySoLowryMasters Surreptha 28 acres 5 So 20Nfwby45Renfroe80Sanders75SandersSoStocker55UnderwoodWheeler Cash 1 lot 6 oo COLORED LIST Richmond No1 Adarson Edmond 1 lot 7 35 Ballew Lunresu 1 lot 7 90 Ballew Ma nne 1 lot 6 75 Ballew Letcher 1 lot 7 lb Ballard Wince 1 lot 7 15 Barnes Henry 1 lot 4 80 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 4 15 HenrrandBarnes Crawford 1 lot 3 85 Bena Charley 1 lot 8 30 BiggeiBtatf Jim lot 610 Black Sallie lot 670 Blytbe Sol 50Blythe James 1 lot 5 75 Boggs Grauieou 3 lots 10 70 Bcoustou Amanda 1 lot 13 80 Bronston George 7 16 Brouston Jacob 1 lot 4 80 Breck Burgoyne 1 lot 10 70 Breck Paulina 1 lot 9 60 Burnam Chas 1 lot 65 Burnam John C n r 1 lot 5 55 Campbell Matt 1 lot 5 40 Campbell Elder W n r 3 0Campbell E W and Embry Hot 2 GlI ihenault rube n r lot 5 55 Clay Jerry 1 lot 4 80 Cochran hrs 1 lot 10 55 Cobb Wm 1 lot l 6b Covin ton Sarah hrs 1 lot 5 00 Crutcner Nancy 1 lot 4 40 Crutcher Hays 1 lot 4 SO Deatherage Bush 1 lot 17 75 Doweth Thomas lot 9 b0 Donahoe C L Phelps 1 lot 3 8o Duncan Ann 1 lot 8 10 Ellison Nannie lot 3 45 Estill Robt n r 1 lot 3 25 Embry Julia A 1 lot 4 40 Embry Mariah n r 1 lot 3 00 Embry Rebecc 1 lot 7 90 Embry Jennie 1 lot 13 85 Embrv Millie 1 lot 6 00 Fife Mary Eliot 485 File Sarah 1 lot 4 40 Fisher Easter r 1 lot 2 60 Francis Wm Hot 4 80 Francis Susnn I lot 440 Francis Simpson Sr 1 lot 4 80 Gibbs Mary 1 lot 3 S Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 5 fXi Harris Woodson 3 lots 5 40 Harris Ben lot 7 15 Harris Alic 1 lot 4 0Hill Nathan 1 lot 5 40 Irvine Joe 1 lot 7 15 Jack suu Beltie I1rsllot 3 85 Junes Roy lot 6 85 Johnson Richard I lot 6 45 Jours Richard 1 lot 4 40 Kirby John 1 lot 50 Levell Mury D lire lot 5 00 Massie Lila lot 3 tI Matthews Nannie 1 lot 3 25 Martin Abner 5 acres 6 00 Martin Ann 1 lot 3 ij Martin lrvlne4 acres lot 7 7U Mitchell Mary hrs 1 lot 6 t3 Miller Ureen B II0t II H5 Miller Harrison u r 1 lot 5 Miller China 6 acres 2 Miller Emilia lot 4 40 Miller Mra Cornelia lot 030 Morgan Ann lot a S5 Moore Anderson lot Ii Morun Amanda 1 lot 4 40 Bloats Spicy J n r 1 lot 3 Muss Mlilie hrs 1 lot 5 00 iuiij1ayWin2lots 15 Mmsev Sallie lot 325 Newman Louisa 40 acres 3 25 Noland Celia lot 5 00 40iPalmer James 1 lot 6 00 Parks Georgia A 1 lot 5 55 help Woo 1 lot 4 SO Phelus Jennie 1 lot 13 80 Rice George 1 lot 6 55 Rice BellA agt C Donahue 1 lot 3 85 Rhodes Leveuo hrs 1 lot i 90 llhodes James 1 lot 6 55 Rhodes Sallie 2 acres 4 40 Robinson PI BS y n r 1 lot 8 SO Shearer Mary 1 lot a 90 Shepherd Maggie hrs 1 lot 3 ij Shepherd Charlie Sr 1 lot 6 00 Smith Eil 2 lots 4 20 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 15 Smallwirfid Chas 1 lot 4 35 Taylor Eliza 4 acres 2 30 Tevis Cassln 1 lot 5 55 roinblni Henry lot 6 40 Tudd Minerva lot 5 W Triblile Man hrs 1 lot 5 00 Tribtile J uhin r lint 6 55 Turner Daniel hrs Lot 75 Turner Mrs Mattie 1 lot 3 8J Tunif Jerry executor Annie B Watts I lot S 9- 5IeVui1lot 525 Tye James 1 lot 8 30 Washington Nancy hrs lot I 40 Warner John 1 lot 600 Walford Reubin 1 lot 6 60 Walker Thos hrs 1 lot 4 40 Walker Robt 1 lot 7 15 Walker Richard 1 lot 6 00 Walker Wallace 1 lot 7 15 Walker Mrs Eliza 1 lot 3 25 Wells Fannie 1 lot 3 25 WellsNels21ot 600 Wells Mary 1 lot 3 25 West Sarah 1 lot 3 25 White Rose 1 lot 3 25 White Narcisl lot 5 55 Williams Dun 1 lot 7 16 Williams Luke 2 lots 9 W Willis Lizzie 1 lot 5 55 Winkfleld Dow 1 lot 4 80 Wmkfleld Millie 1 lot 6 70 Yates Maggie 1 lot 5 55 VOXTOWN No2 Benton Jorden 25 acres g b 00 Chenault Chas 8 acres j 3 a Chenault John 2 acres 4 Hi Chenault Dean Jr 24 acres 9 50 Chenault Robert 18 acres 8 90 Chenault Lem 20 ares 00 Chenault Sam 2 accres 4 00 25ChenaultCOBb Charley 1 acre 4 ro Emhry Retta 47 acres 11 45 Fowler Minerva Mrs 3 acres 3 80 Fox Mark 2 acres 40Fox Ben 2 acres 4 85 Harris Smith 3 acres 3 85 Harris Rosa 12acres Jones Rachel 12 acres 3 24 Karr Mrs Harris 7 acres 3 fO Langford Amos 4 acres 6 0McKinney Jeff Mrs 10 acres 325 Miller Sam Mrs 2 acres 350 Phelps Waller 2 acres 6 55 Phelps Sam 1 acre 7 75 Shearer Jack 7 acres 4 EO Thomas Frank 2 acres 455 Turner Ben 10 acres 4 85 White RObt 4 acres 85 White Andy 5 acres 4 80 White John 21 acres 950 Young Henry 20 acres 610 UNION No3 Ballew Frank 15 acres 4 65 Baxter Milton 50 acres 7 15 Covmgton Robt 1 acre 6 40 CollinsEd 10 acres 515 Collins Harry 1 acre 4 20 Doty Chris 1 acre 4 20 DootnelJ Martha 2 acres 300 Eetil Dollle 1 acre 2 60 Estili Sallie 1 260 Huguely Sam 2 5 65 Jackson James 5 4 40 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 4 20 Million Celia 15 7 00 Mayo Leander 2 4 20 Miller June 5 955 Miller George 10 4 80 Miller Mary 6 325 Miller Walter acre 4 50 Pinkston James 18 acres 6 00 Pinkston Horace 3acres 4 2C Reed Talitha 6 acres 3 25 Robinson Mary 25 acres 3 80 Yates Rachel 1 acre 250 ELLISTON No4 Ballew Ben 1 acre 485 Ballew Jackson 2 acres 4 85 Bates Steve H3acres 4 00 Bates Steve R admr Berry Bates 18 acres 4 40 Blanton Aaron 35 acres 715 Bates William 16 acres 5 50 Caldwell CC 90 acres 26 40 Cobb Nannie 1 acre 3 40 Covington Aaron 15 acres 5 40 Crocket Henry 2 acres 2 Ellis Dan 24 acres 4 80 Erabry Chas L 1 acre 4 20 Embrv Wm 1 acre 4 80 Estill Susan 10 acres 2 50 Francis Tom 5 acres 420 Harris Emily 47 acres 555 Hocker Coleman 12 acres 4 80 Jackson Simon 2 acres 4 20 Kavanaugh Arch 2 acres 4 20 Martin Ben 2 acres 4 20 Moors Mllley 1 acre 2 60 Moberley Andy hrs 4 50 Mnupin Mary 1 acre 1l0t 440 Morton George 60 acres 7 15 Oldham Harry 1 acre 2 60 Parks Lila 23 acres 4 40 Robinson E M 17 acres 5 40 Royston Angeline 10 acres 4 40iSmith Margaret 10 acres 5 55 Thorpe Eliza 2 acres 2 60 Todd June 12 acres 4 20 Todd Sherman 12 acres 4 20 Todds Rodes 61 acres 715 Tribble John H 30 acres 5 40 Yates Taylor 10 acres 4 80 YATES NO 5 Baxter Wm 3 acres 4 20 Brownaugh Chas 4 acres 485- Blytbe Emily Mrs 103 acres 7 90 Bennett David acre 4 85 Cheuati fling 1 acre 4 85 Chenault Roy 5 acres 5 4C Cornelison Howard 11 acres 6 00 Cornelison Alex 1 acre 4 55 Davis Mason 3 acres 5 15 Dueth Thomas 2 acres 4 20 Edwards Geo 2 acres 4 85 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres 4 20 Floyd Will 1 acre 4 20 Manpin Chas 1 acre 400 Miller Simps 10 acres 600 McChord Josh 23 acres 7 35 Moore Jas 30 acres 6 90 Stone Jake 27 acres 9 50 Walker Bettie 5 acres 3 25 GLADE No6 i Adams Mivy I acre 2 40 Ballard Monroe acre 5 40 Ballard Fred 1 acre 4 20 Ballard Howard acre 4 80 Ballard Lizzie 1 acre 6 10 Bennett Ike 1 acre 4 20 Bennett Wm n r 2 acres 3 00 Best Eliza 15 acres 3 60 Blythe Sid 2 acres 6 00 Bennett Dorcas 2 acres 4 40 Bongs Arch 4 acres 460 Brooks Humphrey 1 acre 5 40 Burnam Alice 2acres 3 25 Burnam Joe 1 acre 4 20 Burnam Julia 3 acres 6 10 Burnam J C acre 4 40 Burnum Chas 6 acres 7 15 Burnam James 6 acres 7 15 Branyha Nancy 9 acres 3 10 Chenault Alex 4 acres 4 65 Chambers Ben 4 acres 7 15 Collins Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 60 rrigler Win 5 acres 5 40 Crocket Heira 50 acres 2 60 Denham Jerry 13 acres 6 00 Diegs Betty 13 acres 3 85 Digus Sidney 13 acres 5 4o Duerson George 1 acre 435 Dudley Zerelda 1 acre 4 40 Denny Amanda2acre 2 Go Diggs Rodn agt 27 acres 6 15 Early Dan 2 acres 4 80 Farris Chins 5 acres 6 00 Fish Martah 6 acres 3 So Fife Harry 4 acres 7 15 Francis Sam 1 acre 4 00 Franklin Jennie 1 acre 2 40 Gentry Jo 20 rcres 5 40 Goodloe Geo 1 acre 4 10IHolies Riley 1 acre 4 80 Jenkins Sallie 2 acres 385 Jpnkmp Ed 34 acres 15 40 Martin Lewis 3 acres 6 00 Martin Ben 3 acres 6 00 Martin Lewis 3 acres 6 00 Martin Sarah 2 acres 4 40 Martin Dave heirs 6 acres 4 40 Me Haiti Annie 10 acres 4 40 Miller Moses 3 acre 4 00 Miller A C n r 1 acre 385 Miller Smith 5 acres 5 41 Miller Isaac 1 acre 5 40 Miller Win 1 acre 4 10 Miller John B a sister 12 acres 9 10 Moran Annie 3 acre 6 15 Payton Frank 1 acre 465 Rash Win 26 acres 6 55 Ross Anderson 1 acre 5 40 Sadler John 4 aches 4 65 Shearer Budd 1 acre 5 40 Shearer Mynne 12 acres 6 95 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 4 35 Simpson Margaret 1 lot 3 85 Stone Emily 6 acres 3 10 Tribble Perry 4 acres 4 60 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 4 20 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 65 Walker John 1 acre 4 80 Walker Peter 2 acres 5 40 Walker Sinclair 7 acres 540 Walker Henry 5 acres 420 West Davy 1 lot 3 25 White Wm 4 acres 5 20 White Irvin s acres 4 80 Whito Mollie heirs 1 lot 615 White Howard 4 acres 715 White Roda 23 acres 610 White Robt 4 acres 6 00 Willmore Geo 7 acres 5 40 Willis Howard 1 acre 6 00 Walker John 1 acre 4 20 KIRC8V1LLK No7 Brooks Jack n r 1 acre 2 60 Campbell Major2acres 4 20 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 25 CassinH Irvine 92 acres 25 25 Denny Martha 23 acres 10 05 Duerson Harry 18 acres 9 00 Elmore James 1 acres 4 45 Floyd Mitchell 2 acres 6 00 Haines Goo and Caroline 75 acs 24 35 Haines Irvine n r 7 acres 6 75 Miller Alex 29 acres 9 50 Miller George n r 1 acre 3 25 Prewitt n 26 acres 950 Continued on Editorial Page I