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THE RICHMOND CLIMAXP VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1904 NUMBER 38 PHONE 80n p AT E3 OSTIFebr- uatr 1st marks the close of the first years business for- TH E HUSTLING CASH STOKE in Richmond Ky Our busi ness has indeed been a very satisfactory oueaudve 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 selecting the newest and best thins that we might feel sure they would give satisfaction We do not expect to depart from this durin the coming season are bought AVC exercised the same caution in selecting them and assure you that you can find better values for the same money here than These Spring Goods are Arriving Daily and we need the room and must have it and in order to make room we have decided that during the month of February we will sell AT COSTWhen we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are entirely new the very latest thin s that could be bought in winter stuffs and are bought at prices possibly lower than we Ian replace then for next fall But we do not believe in allowing goods to accumulate from season to setison at a sacrifice now that we may again offer you the newest things next fall 1 50 Blank and Fancy Dross Goods at fl 00 C 125 98 100 r 75 75 i 55 SO 331 to 18t95aio 75o and Fanny Waistirftaat85 55 and 75o- 25e I Ozfonls thin and ancy at 180 15e Plnnnelett at lOc 41 lOe PlanncleUes at 7c Gl 74 81 and lOc Outing Cloth 5 to 7Jc G J Winter Gloves at Cost tie on Suits at 10 09 12 of 9 50- 10X i 60 7 50 and 8 50 Suits at 4 98 5 00 and 6 50 3 98 toys snIt Youths at t Flannolotto Gowns worth fl00 at 76 85 6- II 75 hi 39 ICIght Shirts worth 50 75 and 1 how 85 to 75c A Large Line of Sateen Petticoats worth from 75o to 2 50 go from G8c to 7D each tOutin and Flannel Skirts worth 25c to 00 at 20 to 78c Hosiery Underwear Comforts and Blankets at wholesale prices Our Entire Stock of Clothing ruin Overcouts ut Cost Costj 112 00 and 15 00 Overcoats atJ9 50 10 00 7 50 7 60 and 8 50 4 98 5 00 and 650 398 Boys Overcoats at Cost Youths Overcoats at lost Greatly reduced prices on all Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods priceslowerWe cordially invite you to call and see us and secure some of these bargains before they are pme We will also take pleasure in showing our NEW SPRING GOODS in Novelty Suitings White Goods Percales Ginghams etc at the verv lowest prices The prettiest tine of Embroideries and L ices ever shown in your city at prices never before equaled Dont miss the bargain opportunity of your life Thanking you again for your past kindness and solicting a share of your future patronage we are Very Respectfully Y- oursLACKUandHAMIURN u Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their homes with new LI 6 1IBE7 L1LPP Etc J reapricest slamsltt0t L Outside teas1Vanl1shing Orders left at BwL Middeltons will be PramPt1Y attended to Jt I JJN1C MILLER E CWINES DRUG STORE Always goodsfortalready elsewhere houser themt Mute r Commissioners Sale c W Jpiikins o Pills agitinst C A Denny c Dfls Notice of Sale in Egnity By Vlrtuo of n Judgment and Order of Sale ni the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1904 iu the above style cause the un dersigned will on Monday Feb J5 r04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m1 premisesInexpose to Public Sale to the highest and beet bidder the following describ ed property viz A CERTAIN TRACT- or parcel ol land located on the waters countyKvOn the north by Bowfin Cox and Hum phrey Tudor on the east by Morgan Taylor on the south by Heece Keilv and Tau lJprrynianand on the west Mrs Bermnan TEKMSSnle will be made on a credit of sir and twelve months equally TP purchaser will be required to give bond with approved Security for the payment of purchase money to have the force and effect of a dud g ment bearing legal Interest front day of nale with a Linn reserved upon eaid property until all the purchase money IB paid S It THORPE Master Commissioner M C KENTUCKY FLASHES INDIVIDUAL GLASSESI They Will Hereafter munion Services By Presbyterians Lexington Ky Feb 1 Communi cants ot tho local Presbyterian church will no longer bo required to partake of the communion wine by sipping out of the same vessel but hereafter the Innovation of Individual glasses will be introduced Sunday morning Rev R O Kirk wood pastor of the church announced that beginning with next Sunday communicants at his church will use Individual glasses In order to remove an objection which had reached his ears against all communicants drinking out of the same vessel The In dividual glasses were presented to the church by the Young Mens club and the demands made by the advocates of hygienic principles are responsible for tho changefthe new system as they say It will Im pair the efficacy of the communion THE EFFORT ABANDONED Burley Tobacco Interests of Kentucky Will Not Be Pooled DurleyTobaccothe action of its board of directors har abandoned the effort to handle the present crop of tobacco and will release its members from the terms of the existing contract with the associa tion by Which they were to hold their product until such time as the association could dispose of it President W B Hawkins stated that tho association would be kept Intact and that it would be thoroughly financed next season when it will control as it expects the burley crop This action brings to an end for this season the controversy In regard to the burley crop and It will find Its way to the market through other channels To Condemn Land For Telephone Line PaducahJy Feb 1Sult waS filed In the county court by the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co against the Nashville Chattanooga St Louis and Nashvlllo Louisville railroads to condemn land along the former road through Marshall Graves and Calloway counties for a telephone line This Is the first case of the kind on record in the state The Asylum Inspected Lexington Ky Feb 1The Joint legislative committee of Insane nay lums visited the Eastern Kentucky asylum In this city A thorough In spection of the institution was made everythingInthat It is overcrowded Recommendations will be made for an additional buildingItlves of Berea college consisting of both faculty and students passed through here en route to Frankfort to appear before the house educational coramlteo No1 in opposition to the bill making It unlawful for whites and Negroes to be educated together Fire at Louisa Louisa Ky Feb tThe passenger station of the C O railroad hero and its contents were Sunday morning destroyed by fire A twostory ad Joining building belonging to exSen ator F T D Wallace was also entirely consumed but Its contents were saved There was no Insurance Opposition to Redistricting Lexington Ky Feb IConslderIable opposition has Jacki son toward the proposed redistricting of the IIotwhich was launched Sy former Circuit Judge B D Redwine and County Judge James Hargis Rev Henry Knotts Call Lexington Ky Feb IRev Henry Knott rector of SL Peters Episcopal church at Paris Ky has accepted a call to tho deanship of St Bartholo mews cathedral at Chicago The ofl 1theAshland Ky Feb 1 William Gill alias Smith charged with shooting Mordecal Williams on the night of September 8 1903 pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 15 years in the Ken tucky penitentiary Gill is an excon vIct from ML Sterling Blues Arrives At Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 1Blues recently purchased by J V Sblpp Midway Ky from Dr Bell of ofI York arrived here Sunday night Blues Is now 6 years old and is to be retired to the stud at Shlpps Sunny Slope farmILouisville Ky Feb IThe tow boat Bellevue was cut down by the ico Just above the Big Four bridge and sunk In 15 feet of water Capt Stevo Green and tho crew of 15 men Jumped as the boat went down and escapedIBaby Cremated In Mothers Owingsville Ky Feb 1 son Conn residing hear Judy left her 18monthsold child In a chair by an open fire while she went to another part of the house The childs cloth- Ing ignited burning her to a crispIOil Output Increases Barboursvllle Ky Feb IDuring the month the KentuckyTennesse oil field has turned out more oil than InIany month in Its history The output exceeded 60000 barrels An Early Riser Strong healthy active constitution depends largely on the condition ot the liver The famous little Dills know as Define Little Early Risers not on ly cleanse the system hut they streng then the action of the liver sod rebuild organLittletain to produce recalls that are rails factory in all cases Sold by E C Wines 1m Physicians owe much to the decol late dress Have You Indigestion It you liavp Indigestion Kodoi D IItlpia Unit sill cure you It bas cur ed thousands It is curing people every dayevery hour Yon owe It to your self to civet a trial You will contin ue to suffer until you do try it is no other combination of dgestants that digest and rebuild at the same time ICodol does both Kodol CUt s byEy J KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY Action on Educational Qualification For Negro Voters Postponed Frankfort Feb Feb 3SenateThe resolution to reimburse Senator Edwards and John Feland for ex penses of their contest decided last session was passed unanimously by the senate Tuesday The capitol ap propriation bill was read as enrolled and signed by President Thorne The Catron resolution providing pay for committees for pauper Idiots for the time elapsing because of the failure of committee to have the ward ex m- Ined was unanimously passed The five bills amending the present game taws and creating tho state fish and game warden system came up as a spe sal order Senator Richardson fought the bills because he said If the bill passed the rabbits would run the or bards In his district and he could pence be reelected to the senate House When Representative Heflin n the house indicated the hour for the special order House Bill No 64 by himself placing an educational qualification on Negro voters Mr Klair of Lexington moved to indefi nitely postpone action on the bill and the motion prevailed By a vote ot 61 to 30 the A J Thompson bill reg ulatlng the charges that may be made by stock yards was defeated Mr Hefllns bill No 65 defining duo dlljgence in the collection of drafts checks etc to be the usual commer Flat way was passed The house passed the Weathers hill which declares that a town of the sixth class lying on a county boundary line shall for town election purposes be deemed to be In that county In which the larger part of the town lies FIGHT AGAINST SALOONS Law and Order League at Madison vllle Are Up In Arms Madlsonvllle Ky Feb 3 The Law and Order league accompanied by a Marge throng of women of this city assembled at the courthouse Tuesday night and marched from there to the city hall carrying two petitions to he presented to the city council and sign ed by 300 voters of the town and the other by over 500 women asking that the saloons of Madlsonville be forced to remove the screen doors and stain ed windows from the front of build tings Great excitement prevails and A hard fight Is being made against the saloons Whitney Well Known In Lexington o cattyfgenuine regret here where he was Popular and well known He leased LaBelle stud which now quarters 300000 worth of his horses including some of the mOt noted stallions and brood mares in the countryIHe Took Lexington Ky Feb 3ElUs Kin kead aged 24 son of Warner S Kin kead who was consul to Southampton Eng under Clevelands administra tlon took poison at midnight and died early Tuesday morning He told his father he had taken strychnine but the cause was not Babes announcedI ML Sterling Ky Feb 3ln Johnson county Tamsey Neeley egad 13 member of a respectable family Is under arrest for tho murder of her In font child When the child was a few hours old It Is alleged she crushed its skull hiding the body In a briar patch Had a Lively Time Frankfort Ky Fob 3rrhe Kenton timeiTuesdayImittee on circuit courts that has charge of the bill to create another cIrcuit Judge for Kenton county Two parties almost came to blows Stave Factory For Hopklnsvllle Hopklnsvllle Ky Feb 3A large stave factory will be built in Hopkins ivllle at once J Arthur Wallace and iW A Adcock the promoters of the WayneIdSeriously Burned By An Explosion PlneviUe Ky Feb 3lrs Hoskins of Wasloto was seriously burned by the explosion of a glass fruit can of boiling liquid over which sho was bending Her face was badly scalded and her right arm blistered from wrist to elbow Branch Railway Line Lexington Ky Feb 3New York land Cincinnati capitalists will finance building of 12 miles of railroad from ML Sterling to Indian Fields Clark county to connect with the Lex ington Eastern railroadITaken Back Bowling Green Ky Feb 3 Verona Fleenor accused of murdering his wife in Butler county a few months ago and who had since been in jail here for safe keeping was taken to Morgantown for trialIGiant Died Bowling Green T Garvin 78 died at his home near this city of pneumonia He was thI tallest and largest man in the county measuring feet and 7 inches and was large In proportion After a Right of Way Newport Ky Feb 3 Berry has prepared an which he will ask tho ordinanceI to pass asking for right through Newport for the Alexandria traction line The average depth of tho ocean Is about two miles Escapedan Awful Fate Mr H Haggins of Melbourne F la writes My doctor told me I had Con ononfor me I was given up to die The KingsNewdoted me to try it Results were start ling I am now on the road to rt and owe all to Dr Kings New ItMscov ery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases For sale by all Druggists Price roc S10Q Trial Bottles free lm Its surprising how bard a ftt soft woman can be in spots Mysterious Circumstance- ne was pale and sallow and the elk literet uses Drr Kiwis New Life Pills main tain it By gentiy arousing the or gane they compel good digestion and head off constipation Only 25c at all Drugstores lin PROFITThe tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft andundeveloped a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia mixedIfood the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda makebone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample Be sure that this picture In the form of a label u on the of every bottle of Emulsion you buyI ScottBowneCHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and Ir all druggists MIXED SCHOOLS Committee Reports In Favor of Meas ure Prohibiting Them II Frankfort Feb 211 Is likely the death knell of Berea college as a mixed school for white and Negro pupils was sounded Monday afternoon when the house committee on education reported unanimously In favor of the Carl Day bill which prohibits the operation of such schools In this state On the call of committees the Adams bill regulating the employment of children in mills mines and factories was reported favorably The senate bill to revive tho state geological topographical survey was favorably report ed The Hargrove bill providing that where there Is In any county a town larger than the county seat and 15 miles from tho county seat court shall be held In both towns was taken up and Mr Hargrove explained that tho measure affected Fulton county only where Hickman the county seat was more than 15 miles from Fulton a larger town After some discussion the bill was adopted by a vote of 50 to 23 The senate Monday passed a bill at the attorney generals office giving him two competent assistants and a stenographer FOUGHT OVER A PIG Anderson Split His BrotherlnLawa Head Open With An Ax Sergent Ky Feb 2Slx months ago Harvey Hall Jr aged 34 bought a small pig of Benjamin Anderson 46 2 his brotherinlaw Hall failed to set tle for the pig as agreed but late Sun day he wont to the Anderson home to pay for It Bitter words were exchang ed and as a result Hall drew a dirk and made several attempts to cut An derson whereupon Anderson grasped an ax which lay upon the doorstep and split Halls forehead killing him Instantly MagislstrateWhitesburg Jail Sunday night Hall It is claimed was formerly a kuklux leader JEALOUSY ALLEGED CAUSE James T Shrader Mortally Wounded By W E Neal Jr at Louisville Louisville Ky Feb 2James T Shrader who was until three months ago assistant commonwealths attor ney for Louisville and Jefferson coun ty was fatally wounded Monday night by W E Neal Jr of Lawrenceburg Ky Neals Jealousy of Shraders alleged attentions to Mrs Neal led him to shoot the attorney three times when they met in tho lobby of the Capitol hotel To Prohibit Mixed Schools Frankfort Ky Feb 2rlho house committee on education Monday voted unanimously to report favorable Rep resentative Carl Days bill to prohibit mixed schools In this state The bill is aimed at Berea college in Madison county the only Institution In the state where both white and colored persons are educated Barber Shot By Negro Boys Hawesville Ky Feb 2Alf Lan der Is fatally wounded and Cecil New man Rudd and Earl Slaughter all col ored are In Jail as the result of a shooting affray lander Is a barber and ordered Newman and the Slaugh tors who are each about 18 years of uui nut at hJo shoo Better Than Gold- I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous de bility writes F J Green of Lancaster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medi alsokeptyears She save Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic And invigorater for weakrun down women Noothermedi familylrvanteed by all Druggists lm Away to avoid cold feet is not to marry them- Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the legof J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For lour years it dofifd all doctors and aUreme dies But Bucklens Arnica Salve bad no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Tiles 25o at any Drag Store lm COR MAIN FIRST GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE I II FINE CLOTHING I gouda January qualities carry Biltim carry stock clothing on you personal American Tourist Associa Limited All travel Pullman Train tejreage Library Room famous Observation liililiti including everywhere Leaves address McOarty Cincinnati Dissolution mutual agreement Iaylor Calvin retiring business parties 1Of Fall Winter Merchandise that has ever been in Richmond is now going on at th- eBusu Bee Gosh Store Main Street opposite Court House Every Cloak Wrnp of description Every Overcoat every for men boys children Every yard Dress Every piece for women children Every Blanket Comfort Every Buy Horse Blanket Every Coat- i Shoes for women children Every place Flannel Outing Flannel Jeans bilYsEyervthlnlrEverything pertaining to Winter anv description be prices cut alm- ostHalf In Two Not single article has felt the stingof the cold steel when was buried to the hilt every partment I I II8Ienew fresh we are slaughtering to make for spring stuff logins to come in let OUR CLOTHINGis known all nvsrth world for its workmanship its fitting nohhy natty stylesre cftlebraied Sehlws Bro Clothing of ire Mirvlnnd garment with their name on is guaranteed There is us much work in n sohloss as there is in comes from the chant tailors We a selected of this handtailored known everywhere as the Kind that helps you along in the World of I If Schloss is on the label you safe of Calland us get our closing cut halfintwo prices all kinds merchandise You cant make money as fast any other way Thanking for past patronage we are very respt w D OLDHAM eo Tow of Old Mexico Via B O S W under tS curt The Selected Clientele exclusive privileges independent Special Vestihuled Drawing Room ompart meat mud Music and the open Car Tickets all ex January 6 1904 information O P G P A B O S W O Notice Hy the firm of Bros has dissolved partnership Mr Taylor from the All Waving ire requested to call at once and settle GjU TAYLOR HKOS and seen and any Suit or of Goods of Underwear men and and Robe and Ham very pair of men and of and Fall and Stull of will sold at a but what our knife in I I Ia that room that and the and very the label Iros Snit any suit that mer well are see out limn lop wnses For said firm de Big liill Coal Co 3 ORUAINDO KY Shippers of j Anile Coalt M + M +++ + + +KIiNN A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t f 1 t tJ cIIIIiiNNIINNNNNN ++ ++NN y 1j Great Values in 1 Fall Merchandise New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our store immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and better selectedstocks u than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the c fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city 0 t WHITE GOODS A It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an elegant PiquesriOur Fall Millinery We are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in styles outof the ordinary The most complete assortment in the city in felt beaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right- a HOSIERYEvery styleof plain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lisle thread aJ5j and cotton Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of the f2l kind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all- Clothing and Shoe DepartmentD- onfailt to inspect this department as they are brimJull of bargains We only ask in fairness to yourself to compare prices You will find we have the fcr right prices Mens Suits S15 down to 350 Boys Suits S6 down to 98c Shoes 9Ml at all prices Come and seethem A a Our basement is fullof Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices 1t RespectfullySubmitted ju to t eiqsh TradeE V Elder Our Line of Vehicles jp is complete in detailevery We are now offering springRepairingand Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a c- allere aTTat1 a DOTS RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 165 FRE- SHGroceries nn AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 10 1904 u Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner fltf Saturday and Sunday only remind ed us ut how spring will feel Music lovers cant afford to miss the concert tomorrow evening A Smith Nixon Grand piano will be used in the concert tomorrow night Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday loth inst Breath tt county is soon to have another town which will be called Riverside Bishop Burton will conduct services at the Episcopal ehurch on next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours The famous JoJo the dog faced boy who toured the world with differ wit circus attrautions died at Salonica Turkny recently New metal has been put on Main street Although a little rouch now it will make travel better when the Good old summer time rolls around Arr Sam Rice has bean made ad ministrator of the estate of the late Wil liam T Harris with Messrs W H Douglas and Eula Harris as his sure ties The Ceoilian Olnb will meet this afternoon with Mrs G W Pickels at her home on Third street The subject for discussion will be A hymn and its writers Professor Oscar Ehrgott who will sing in concert here tomorrow night is one of the most prominent Elks in Cincinnati boing a member of lodge No 5 There will he special services for the children at the Matliftdtat church on next Sunday morning All children of the church and community are invited to attend also the grown people will be expected As usual it in not known whether Mr Ground Hos Sw his shadow or not Some reports sty he Ililalll some say he did not So it stands At any rate winter is still with us and likely to re main for quit H while yet The following Officers were elected in the Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church for this year Mrs W H Dodge President Mrs Mary McClintock Vice President Mrs A D Miller Secretary Mrs Waller Bennett Treasurer and Mrs Bertha Smith Oorr m nnrtliiir SrrPtary Mr QUIIIII Tavlor has accepted HIP position of clerk for rutcher Trib ble in place if Mr Lewis HijrgerstaT who recently resigned Mr Taylor is is well acqiinintfiit with the shoe business having peen corrected with the old firm of Crutcher OrtOcher He proves liiiusnlf polite and accommoda ting in every wav Dont forget the grand concert tomorrow night at the Grand Opera e 3 kns Prop Are ou- Satisfied 4 With Your Laundry If not give me a trial bundle and let me convince you that LaundryCalled Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OfflcRlcefc Arnolds shoe Store Phone 18 Meals served at all hours at Billy Freemans restaurant First St tf The event of the season will be the concert at the Grand tomorrow night For Rent A nice five room cottage Apply to feblOtf J Wat WAOEKS The Only Difference Jim Allenin theO thiana Democrat says Burelars are plentiful in Paris and measles at Qynthiana The onlv difference is one breaks out and the other breaks in Frotiated The will of the late MrsNannie Her ber was probated In County Court Monday All of her property was left o her children Mr Dan Harher of this city and Mrs Richard Igo of White Hall New Machiay The Richmond Steam Laundry has lately purchased a complete set of new machinery and its proprietors inform us that they are bettor equipped now than ever to turn out excellent work Officers Elected The ladies aid society of the First Presbyterian church met last Wednes day afternoon and elected the following officers for this year Mrs B L Mld dleton President Miss Bessie Miller Vice President Mrs H B Hanger Sec retary and Treasurer A Delegate The Saturday Evening Louisville Post contained a handsome cut of Chief of Police James H Allman of this city who is in Louisville for the meeting of the Grand Lodge of A O U W whiuh convenes today in that cjty Mr Allman is a prominent member of the order and an enthusias tic worker in its behalf rages Wire Fence Mr J T Coy of Kirksville informs us that he has just returned from Adrian Michigan where the celebra ted Page Fence is made Mr Coy pur chased 3000 rods of the best fencing made which together with 20oO rods he already had in stock makes 5900 rods He is now ready to fill any orders for Page fencing and will make prices rea sonable Back to Richmond After a number of vears of absence Mr Bat S Galvin has returned to this city his old home and has accepted the position of clerk at the St Charles Hotel Mr Galvin was always greatly liked by our people and when it comes to a clerk or salesman he cant be beat We congratulate Mr Jacobs upon his success in securing the services of Mr Galvin and at the same time extend to the latter a warm and hearty welcome track to our city which according to his views is the best place after all Died in Kuuas Uty While on a visit with hie mother in Kansas Citv little Andre Scanlan was attacked with membranous croup and died before his father Mr A O Scan lan who was in this city could reach him This news came as a severe shock to the friends of this popular family und in their bereavement they have the heartfelt sympathy of all The bright little fellow who was six years old was the pride of his parents and their grief is almost inconsolable Upon receiving the telegram announcing the serious illness of the little tel low Mr Scanlan left immediately but the dadly enemy was doing his work quickly and in spite of all the efforts of loving hands and skilled physicians death came before he reached Kansas City rjc rh Did You Know Seed Time is Drawing j Near Well it is and our store is headquar L tees for all kinds of field and garden A J seeds We will receive in a few days jt and other seeds anda car load of Oats J j will glad to quote you prices on any A It th1 beg this line and I Cementt Re T full and J complete line of the freshest Groceries fl Fruitsf Can dYJ Meats and everything 1 else to be found in a firstclass grocery X- J store Your patronage will be greatly t appreciated Very Respectfully 1 Hurber Huguelg Successors to E Deatherage Ir to t t t t f jDeep CuTs on Suits an OrercoazJ t In order to close out all winter tufts and Overcoats bothmens and boys we have made the most remarkable reduction known in Central We need the cash and willj price ever Kentucky now need the room later so weve f made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Our loss is heavy and your gain will be equally f great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale jg Rio 2250 eP 25 Choice for Gorthrough our great stock and take you choice of all the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted for J5 Fine handmade garments with all the fit style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on i25OI5 15 forX10 vRich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very stylemany of them handtailored all go for a songJOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price r 2Suitsand Overcoats ages same startling reductions as in the mens department lJ n OUR J 1 V1iV 1 Yk 1311 EFis SiY1J3 W 1 3 J1rS S V1 V 1i l3V1 V1iiVI vL J Q1 3 Severely turned Last Saturday Mrs Jo S Gardner was preparing to give a bath to her 17 mouths old boy when the little fellow upset a bucket of boiling water upon himself severely scalding his face chest and arm His suffering WitS in tense and his life was considered in jeopardy but good medical attention itnd faithful nursing have thus far sus tained him It is thought the bright little boy will recover Estill County Herald sale The sale ot Mrs Sallie B Luzon whioh occurred on last Thursday morn ing was well attended Household and kitchen furniture farming implements and stock were sold and every thing brought unusually good prices The Luxor farm which is situated on the Tates Creek pike one mile from town has been rented for this year by Mr W E Luxon Jr Mrs Luxon will be at home tu her friends at the home of her sister Mrs Rose Jarman on the Sumraitt For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine treet with complete outfit Including ten good livery horses ten buggies two surnes ono wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and con If not sold will rent the stable and sell the outfit RESIDENCE FOR SALEI 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 Following Special Rates In Effect via L N Y M 0 A Bowling Green Ky February 18 19 and 2o limited to 22 one fare plus 23 cents round trip Tobacco Fair Maysville Ky Feb ruary 19 and 20 limited to 22 one fare plus 25 cents round trip Mardi Gras New Orleans February 9 to 15 limited to 20 one fare plus 25 cents round trip Ticket extended to Marcli 5 on deposit of 50 cents One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 aprll 5 and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates- J W Hamilton Agent Miss Dykes Class Redtal On last Wednesday night the Elks parlors were filled with friends and patrons of Miss Minnie Dykes the oc casion being her first crass recital The program consisted of both vocal and instrumental numbers Each performer showers careful training and thorough work on the part of teacher and pupil Each one played or sung with exactness and each one deserves special mention Miss Dykes as all know is a finished musician being equally proficient as a pianist and vocalist Her splendid work as a teacher shown forth last Wednesday night when her class appeared for the first time in public We wish her much success in her chosen work and trust that we may enjoy many more such recitals No Chautauqua It was with sincere regret that people all over our fitate heard of the news to the effect that there would be no Chautauqua at Lexington this year This comes from the transfer of Wood land Park to the city which so far has made no arrangement to build an An ditorium at the park The officials of the Chautftuqua find it impossible to holdanother meeting in the structure which now stands for such purpose it being little more than a barn This in stitution has been s very pleasant and profitable feature for summer for years past Bud has been annually looked forward to by people all over the State It will be greatly missed and we hope that before long a suitable building will be erected and the Cbautauqua will be resumed School Case Affirmed Judge ORear delivered an opinion Friday affirming the Madison Circuit Court in a case of C A Taylor against J M Russell and others The ques tion raised in the case was the validity of a vote taken in this city on assessing a tax of fifty cents on each 100 worth of property for the purpose ot maintaining a white graded school Court below held it invalid not in chiding both white and colored schools and that judgment was upheld Palace HoteL Really it is a Palace not only in name but in the general build and ap polntments throughout This hotel is run on strictly up todate plans its ta ble service is in fact to most hotels of the same price It is near the heart of the city and is headquarters for the majority of Madison county people wheu in Cincinnati We were favorably impressed during a recent visit to the Palace with the prompt polite attention given to guests and as stated above the table service is complete and the menues served are enough to tempt even the most delicate tastes Visitors to Cincinnati cant find any better stopping place than at the Palace Hotel MATRIMONIALHOWARDCARPENTERM n Howard and Miss Sallie Carpenter were married last Thursday by Judge Turpin Both of the young people were from the Edenton locality GAKRETTBABNES Conrad Barnes and Miss Fannie Barnes were united in marriage last Thursday Ly Judge Turpin The happy couple hailed from Million BIRTHS MAUPIN To Mr and Mrs Will Mau- pin on the 2nd a fine boy GENTRY Mr and Mrs Martin Gen try are receiving congratulations over the birth of a daughter DEATHS EADS Mrs Louisa Lade di ed on the lid at Doylesville in the 7o year of her age Her death was due to pneumonia HALEMr and Mrs Jesse Hale of Million are mourning the death of their infant child which occurred on John Stevens aged about 41 years died last week at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary of a complication of diseases Deceased was a coun ty patieut LANTEB Mr Harvey Lanter an aged citizen of near Union City died last week at his home His remains were intered in the family burying grounds CAMP ELL Mr Floyd Campbell of Leo County died Sunday at Kingston of typhoid fever He was twenty years old and had come from his home to visit some relatives who were ill with the above named disease when he rail a victim and died- MollonxnvsMr Thomas J Mc Roberts one of the oldest and most In fluential citizens of Danville died in that city last Sunday morning aged years He had been in poor health for several years but his condition was not serious until within two weeks before his death Deceased was very successful In all of his busi nes dealings and amassed a nice for tune He was highly honored and re spected by all By marriage Mr Mc Roberta was closely related in Rich mond and Madison county his wife having been Miss Mary Louise Hume of this conntv a slater of the late Mrs Thomas Ellis He is survived by four children Misses Mamie and Sue and Messrs John and George McRoberts all of whom are well known here apii to whom our deepest sympathy ia attended Funeral Services were help Tuesday afternoon Mid waa largely nf tended U 4 it BOYS SUITS JND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 125 and 150 2Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 I Married at Richmond Miss Minerva Eubank daughter of T and niece of Mrs Jesse Hodgkiu of Elkin with whom she has lived for years was married last week in Richmond to Mr Roger Eades of Doylesville Madison county The couple met in this city and drove through to Struck by Uzhttttaf An unusual and terrific thunder and lightning storm passed over our city and county Sunday morning It was accompanied by considerable wind and hail and reports of damage come in from different sections One death re suited from this storj the victim being little Andrew Lackey the twelve yearold son of Mr and Mrs Sam Lackey of Kingston He and his little sister had started out to an outhouse in the roar ot their home when he was struck by lightning and instantly killed The little girl vas not harmed This is n great blow to the parents who have the deepest sympathy in their bereavement Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by Rev GW Shepherd thence his burial in Kingston cemetery Foul Assassination Mr William Rucker night operator for the Queen Crescent railroad at Danville was assassinated last Thursday night by parties who shot him through the window of the depot The ball entered Mr Ruckers head killing him almost instantly The robbers then entered and carried away the contents of the cash drawer which amounted to about thirty dollars but a sealed envelope containing over one hundred dollars and a gold watch were left on the dead mans person un tonched Blood hounds were immedi ately put on the trail and tracked the criminals as far as thence back towards Dicks river within two miles of where the trail was lost The greatest excitement has prevailed ever since the horrible deed was committed and lynching is expected in case the murderer is caught The murdered man is a native of Paint Lick and was years old He is closely related to the Adams Griggs and others ot this place He was a brother ot Mr John Rucker engineer at the water works He leaves a young wife to whom he had been married about a year MOBERLI Feed of all kinds is scarce and stock is poorJ Combs is in Lexington visiting relativesMr K Moberly is putting up a new dellinllin our village Moberly of this place Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate have re turned from I3t Augustine tla where they have boen spending the winter DZ Taylor our popular merchant of Waco attended the memorial services at Frankfort Febru arySCharles Thompson is finishing up a large of hickory logs to the Standard Wheel Company of Nich olasville Ky Noah H Tevis born December 28 1832 died January lo 19o4 In the death of Noah H Tevis not only the writer but everyone who knew him has lost a true and honest friend He was conscientious in all things having no anything dishonest He was a consistent member of the Christian cbnrch wor shiping at Flatwoods In his death we 1fet oce of our best citizens and he wilt be greatly missed by all who knew him Six days alter life death his son S J TeviB 32 years of Age passed away and hit body was laid beside that of his father in the Collins near Moberly The family h Ayf4 titer sincere sympathy in t 3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 Grand ConcertThe Musical Event oi the Season As was stated in our last issue music lovers especially have a great treat in store for them for on tomorrow evening Prof and Mrs Oscar Ehrgott and Prof Gorno of Cincinnati will appear at the Grand Opera House for one of their magnificent concerts Those who heard Prof and Mrs bhrgott before will be sure to attend H e possesses one of the most superb baritone voices while Mrs Ehrgotts rich contralto pleases beyond description She is also an accompanist of great note Prof Gorno is ono of the foremost pianist of the day With these great artists our people may rest assured that a rare treat is in store for them mith Nixon Cincinnati will send one of their Grand pianos to be used and a tuner will also come with the instru ment to put it in perfect tone and pitch for the concert We trust that all will bear this in mind that this is to be the event of the season both from an artistic and social stand point and no one who professes to admire all that is beautiful and classical cant afford to miss this concert Remember the date tomorrow evening February 11th at the Grand Opera House The program will begin at eight oclock The Berea Situation The greatest excitemei t has heen prevailing in Berea for more than a week as areault of the citizensof Berea appearing before the house committee to advocate the passage of the Day bill on coeducation The situation has been almost one of warfare between the citizens and Berea College which institution receives both white and black pupils and Is making a bitter fight against the bill Public speakings have been held at which President Frost of the college severely denounced the action of the citizens who went worked his hearers up to such a state of excitement that at the conclusion of his remarks Mr JM Early a prominent citizen of that town and spokesman for the Berea delegation was banged in effigy on the public svuare The peo pie who have taken action against the college are all prominent citizens and feel that they will win in their fight Madison county is almost solid in Its support of tho bill to prohibit the mixed schools in the State The fol lowing petition is being circulated by leading citizens here and Is meeting with hearty approval receiving on the first day over a thousand signatures The petition which Is given below will be sent to the Legislature To the General Assembly of the of Kentucky We the citizens of Madison county Ky irrespective of political alliliation do most heartily en dorse the bill introduced by tbe Hon Carl Day of the county of Breathitt forbidding under proper penalties the coeducation of the white andcolored races in this This bill will prevent the education of white boys and girls with colored boys and girls as now conducted in an institu tion known as Berea college situated on the southwest border of this county This institution was founded here in the open defiance of the organic law of this as it then existed and has been maintained in opposition to the customs views and most cher ished convictions of the good people of this country Under the plea of educating the youth its main purpose has belidltipf this school have been given Southern p and their institutions and the main desire back of such gift has been to force upon the Southern white people the social equality of the negro from its or ganization to this hour teaching social equality of the races has been a blot upon the fair name of our county and our State No question of vested right is Involved as all donations founded upon the co education of the races have been given in defiance of the law and of the public sentiment ofthe State and we request the General Assembly to speedily pass title bill Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None 8 JO Choice for X750Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits and Overcoats in fit and style Buy one for knockabout wear even if you dont need it now the cost is 750 5OO SUITS Reduced 81 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or 2overeverydayCash only none charged these prices will not allow it niiiunruuijnuiunCLOTHING 1J91VVle V1a1113V 1Iyl3VlarLal131r137L 0131a3Yly V1Y11 1iV Yli3Vla V1iyYli elegantsuperior SQlldaySTBvEN81Ir JEubank RichmondWinchesterS- entinelDemocrat unknown Harrodsburg Bryantaville twentyeight CityI BryanGoebel consignment scrupulously patiencewith burylacndt tlr1r therefore Frankfortaud Commonwealth undersigned Commonwealth Commonwealth thewhitelargelyby 4 reserved perfect trifling from PITS eiglityeight e CLOSING OUT c J iHaving closed a contract with James L Pence the house raiser of Cincinnati and Todd Sons of Richmond to remodel our store we will be compelled to close out The Etiro tock 01 Cost ttt ewe Every day this great January and February Clearance Sale grows greater for every customer who takes advantage of the values we offer becomes an enthusiastic advertiser of the genuineness of our sale We cannot impress upon you too strongly thts all important fact that while other stores are only offering the leftovers of their winter stocks we have absolutely Marked Down Every 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 sale price We especially wish to call your attention to this excep tionalopportunity to b- uyBlack and Coloredt Dress Goods in Cheviots Voiles Etamines Broadcloths Mohairs Granites Cream Mohairs Mistrils Showerproof Suitings Exclusive Suit Patterns and Crepes in all the wanted shades a tIT a O U ydAllAll 50c Oxfords in figures and stripes at 39c All J Oxfords in figures and stripes at 75c Alt lOc Flannellettes at 6 l4c All J8c Flannellettes at JOe All lOc Outing Flannels at 7 l2c All 18 ond 25c Silkolines now 12 J2c All JO and 12 J2c Cretons now 6 14 and8c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss former price 90c a box now 79c All Imported Germantown Yarn JOc skein now 7 J2c Our 1 Outing Night Dresses 79c Our 89c Outing Night Dresses 69c Our J Flannellette Wrappers at 75c All Blankets and Comforts at cost Smyrna Moquette and Fur Rugs at cost RegiaJ Sateen Petticoats at 89c Regia J 50 Sateen Petticoats at J 23 Ladies 50c Muslin Night Dresses at 42c II75c 4163c 100a 4489cLadies J8c Corset Covers J5c 4150c it42c 75cI 563c 14t to89c25c Linen Towels at J9c J5c 8I3c J2cTable match sets at cost Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEE I S a ft S s s s es sS0 e S I S 9 t I t t ts5e tf REDUCEDS P R I C E S PJ 4 SSI Ionall Heavy Winter a s Se iiei BOOTS SHOES15 ifl UNDERWEAR a 0 9 O g It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods m oe oo B s i g at this time of the year in order to begin next gia i g season with fresh new goods g oo h s t i 1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE fJIL I I E Main Street Richmond Kentucky E I JSS SSSSS SSSS SS S S s4 0 SS SSS S SSSSO SS S SS S SS SS OSS SSS SS W SSSSSSeSSeOaeCSSSSSIeSSS I he Richmond Climax J C CIINAULTPresident-A D MILLXRditor Manager n WEDNESDAY FEB lo 1904 POHLltlHRIVItH WDNIIBAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated To tk V tws ef IW Fiftb AppdaHe curt Dis FIrict e KentuckyIAM a Court of Appeals from this District oiibjaot to the action of tie Dsmoara tij party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to try a numbor of criminal cases which have beeotue a pirt of tbe States history 811dlit a Hiot critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Curt it foil to my lot to conatme tbe Statutes atlnpteil to put in foree the provisions of the new Coo st itnttan ae well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con trGYersy irose as to its proper oon stmetion Almost innumerable cases hhve burdened tbe do kets of my court touching the right of corporations and the exercise of franuhisos under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying oiMumstanoes is left to you to deter mineI be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to seetire the bleb position and oiHoeto whlah I as pint Very respectfully JAMKS E QANTRILL tf SBNATUK McCREAKV is ID receipt of a letter from Fran M Gal vert and M Anna Mo dy Calvert of ew- C5t4 iuftskiiig him for securing yUHg Calvurta ionnrable discharge frrn thft United States army in order th it be might return to Kentucky anti iu irry the girl of his choice Both the hi MH and groom are happy Sena or Me ruary says it is always a piousuro tw mngle a little Kentucky sonti It und romance with the prsealc duties of hisoflice Louisville Tim- osrCOUCJIBrower JLEXINGTON KY Lambs Wool DustersThe only Perfect j Dust Collector Thev bold the dust ant do not 11eiter it again on the articles dusteil scratch the highest polished eoiface Can be easily washed with wmer and wmp and will out wear any duster on the market Hand Dusters round or flatFor furniture uphols tery pianos stair rails and small pie wherean ordinary duster cannot t be used Price 75 cents each 1 Picture Dusters They will thoroughly cleanse your J pictures without injury to them lrice 00 cents each Wall Sweepers With 5 feet handles for dusting cell ings walls top of doors windows and all high places which cannot be reahi ed with a hand duster They com in three sizes Price 125 and 15o each Giant Floor and Wall K Sweepers 16 inch frames 41 feet stationary i handles with feet txtonslon handles if fSf high ceilings and walls and floors Price 8 each Extra handles 25c each Jtrt tIE BrorCo11 IN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY 13il The Berea Nuisance TilE following editorial taken from the Lexington Observer is an excellent article on the Uorea situation and expresses so much of our sentiment in the matter that we copy same heartily indorsing every word of the articleThe unanimous vote of the House Committee to report favorably the bill prohibiting the coeducation of tbe races in any school or college in Kentucky while considering the fundamental and statutory Jaws already prohibit this damnable practice is still timely and speaks in no uncertain tones of tho sentiment re garding tho mixing of the AngloSaxon people in school and social life with tbe African and so far as Kentucky is concerned is a black eye for the Roosoveltian polioy of mingling together what God has placed asunder If it is true that Berea must perish if the division of the races become imperative then let il perish and a thous and other Boreasfor if tbe lusty blood of the young but povertystricken mountaineers sons and daughters of men who led charges for freedom and helped to plant the Hag of American Independence on Kings Mountain at Now Orleans and on the other historic battlefields must needs be commingled with the wooly scions of the jungle racein order to receive an education if the assooiaion at table in dormitory and parlor with tbe negro is the penalty fate and the faculty imposes on ad vancement toward the noblest ideals of lifo it were better the white youth should go back untaught to the pure heights of theCumberlands where men are at least free and where principles of trtnh and justice are implanted of God in their breasts separating them by di vine mark from the heathen better by far let them go back to the mountains and let Berea go to hell THAT was a mighty sensible and timely piece of advice given to the Democratic party of Kentucky last week by Senator McCreary He warn ed us all to remember that while Kentucky was redeemed from the Re publicans at the last November election a careful analysis of the vote cast will afford Democrats less cause for confi lencc than for steady hard work and perfect harmony lest at the next election the State be hung in the balance again We are wont to say that as Beckham received the largest majority given a Democrat for fifteen or twenty years there is no danger of Republican domination of Kentucky for many years if ever But here is the way tlm astute McCroary figures and it is tho very best way to lookat the situation He says in substance The Democrats cast almost their full strength at the last election while the Republican vote fell off twentyfour thousand from Yerkos1 vote of 1900 As the Democratic plurality was only 27000 in round numbers we see where thefuli votoof the Republicans which will fortaiuly be cast in the Presidential race will leave us a mighty Uncomfortable margin to work on11 Senator McCroary is the only per son who has taken the precaution to extract a warning from these Incon tostible figures and it behooves the party to get together and choose chair men and committeemen who are re presentative of tbe party and anxious for its success else we may have oni Democratic baloon punctured and our sleep of security rudely awakened next November I TEDDY is not urging the black kins to aUend his receptions this year and their absence at these functions is plainly noticeable Perhaps right on tbe eve of election etc he finds it better policy to keep them in the back ground to a certain degree Or he may have heard enough of his Booker Washington episode and such like to cause him to cut em out for a while STATE OF Onto CITY OP TOLEDOiLUCAS COUNTY f 58 thatheCheney tC COI doing business in the city of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that HallsCatarrhPRANK J CHENEY bworn to before me and subscribed DecemhorI I SEAL A W GJ EASONI lull Oatnrrli Cure is takt iui illy and acts directly ou tile bloc ud inucon surtaxes of the svsteiu fend lor tininiiul8 free F OHBMBYCo Toledo O i Id b7 all Pritujistf 7 Hairs family Pills aro the best WHAT Democrat is there who does not endorse heartily the advice and suggestions of Senator McCreary as to a reorganization of the machinery of the Democratic party in Kentucky It is easy to see that tbe present plan of party government is too lar remov ed from the control of the voters themselves which is undemocratic autooractic and dangerous to party harmonyand success Senator McCreary says this I am in favor of getting a close to the Democratic voters as possible and taking such action as will win the respect and confidence of Demo cratic voters and encourage harmony and enthusiasm in our party All authority should come direct ly from the Democratic voew and at the next Democratic state convention in Kentucky we should adopt a general plan of organization by which THE VOTING PRECINCT IS MADE TilE UNIT or starting place The Democrats of each precinct in every county in the State should select a precinct committeeman and the precinct committeemec of each county should select the chairman of each county committeeaud the chairman of the various county committees of each Congressional Judicial or other districts should constitute the committee for the respective districts When a vacancy occurs in a coun ty committee the Democratic voters of the precinct where the vacancy ex isle should be r questud to ebjct cnothor precinct committeeman and if they fail to do this then the whol committee or a majority thereof ihould have the power to fill the va canoyThe members of the State Central and the State Executive Committees should bo electedat the state convention by the delegates of the respective Congressional districts acting separately by dis tricts and ifa vacancy occurs bJ death resignation or removal from the district the Yho1e committee or a righttofiUThe Chairman of tbe State Central and Executive Committfcs should bo elected by the State Convention TilE HON J B WHITE of Estill county was hero on legal business Tuesday When asked if he would be a candidate for the democratic nomi nation for Congress In this district hi gave an evasive nswer It is not improbable that he will runWlnches ter SunSentinel SecINew Yorkufrom the effects of an op eration for appendicitis Ho was 64 years old TIlE CLIMAX in commom with manv other old Madison friends of U S Senaor Wm Joel Stone of Missouri is in receipt of the great speech lately delivered in tho Senate by this distinguished native of Madison cx Congressman exGovernor anti now Senator from Missouri The speech is one of the noblest efforts in the Upper Chamber of Congress in twenty years and as a public document is destined to have permanent usefulness and far morn than fit ctin fame It deals with the Revolution in Pana ma and might well adorn the closing as well as the opening career of a Presidents well as a Senator We quote these superbsentiments I The true plItyof this Government with r litronio to the republics south of us would lead us op different and higher lines Wo should so com port ourselves as to inspire the un neighborsTheypower but rely upon it as a shield for their protection W should link them to us by bonds of mutual am it and interest What boot is tho Mon roe doctrine to them if it stands onl to guard thorn against European ag gression while the ulour is open for us to invade at pleasure- If Icould be potent in shaping our plIcy in this behalf supremeconsiderationthat s uthern republics to us bv a course justiceinto such compacts with them as would promote our commercial reIn practicalpurposes lnaugIgov ernment miietary commercial and political caramon to all America and these I would oppose if need be to OldWorlddescent dream while our GovernII ment goes iareerlng under the im pulse of rou hridiig strenuosity The speech abounds with like utter ances breathing the spirit and wisdom of Jackson in his farewell address in 1836 an imortal document The people of Madison county many related to Soiator stone by ties of blood are proud of him andwill watch his Senatorial Carter with the annie interest and pride that have an imated them in viewing his splendid career in I ongress and in the chair of Executive of the great state of Missouri Ida WATTKiisof deserves no sympa thy for the castigation which Mr Bryan gave him at Frankfort last week It is the hit dog that hollers and evident Mr Bryans one sarcas tic reference to Marse Henrystruck a tender spot on the great Editors cuticle Everybody knows who reads the Courier Journal that Mr Watterson has said many things of Mr Bryan that wero derogaotry of the Nebras ka assorting that the latter went in to public life poor but that he is now rich wont in obscure hut is now fa mous that he is reputed to belo qnene but that he Mr Watterson never hoard him speak and hundreds of harsh cutting and unnecessary thrusts at tbt difeated candidate for the Presideicv Mr Bryan bore these broadsides for eight years without wincing but whn he responds to the great editor in one sentenced supreme contempt an boundless scorn Mr Watteroon bogs the Kentucky people to pull him off For Mr Wa terson this paper enter tains every proper feeling of respect and gratitude respect for his states manship for he is a statesman of pride because he is the greatest editor in the South if not in the nation But we also believe that he has often gone out of his way to belitita the worth of a fiat who has approached as near to the ideal citizen possessed of both Mon and Morals as Mr Waters m e1 dreamed of in hiS matchless lecture with that allitera tive title JUDGE JAS E CANTKILL of George candidacyforCourt from the Fifth district Judo widelyknowngentleman of the oM school If elect ed to the above office he will fill the chair with credit to himself and his constituents HU announcement will bo found elsewhere in this issue REVENUE returns for the year 1903 indicate an enormous output of tobacco and cigars In some lines there is a decrease The outlook for this years business is one of promise although cigars smoking and chewing tobacco show some sign of a slackening of pace RUSSELL SAGE has finally come to thcconolusion that he has accumu latedenough to retiro from active business Ills bank account amounts to only 100000000 A FEW years ago there were more teachers in Kentucky than there were schools Now it is reversed then are more schools than teachers KfRKSVILLE Delayed Mr J T Coy has gone to Adrian Michigan to purchase wire fencing for hut spring trade Mrs Hattie is eoriomly ill being threatened with pneumonia x illbusinesssold out his entire stock of goods He has rented a large farm near Richmond find will devote his time to hemp rats jug Miss Deane Hunter is on the sick list this week All of the fnnllpox patients in this vicinity are ready to be discharged The entire family of Mr Nat Cotton were afflicted with thisJlseasebut theyI ire all well and have been dismissed Everything hats been thoroughly lumi gated and cleaned so that there is no vlnugeruotv of thepreadotLio disease Richard Rose took sixty head of cat tie to Riclnrond Monday S M Turner has returned train Cin crollftame An infant child of Mr nndMrs Alex Ross of near Round Hill is quite sick vith chickenpox Pneumonia is still very prevalent iu bis locality and our physicians are kept on the go Jr J T Pond has gone to JEdenv burg to see lifS little graudsonjJohn Pond who is seriously ill with pneu mOlliaMr Whit Crnse is preparing to leave about the first of March for the West Miss Lee Simmons is seriously ill The second term of Professor Simmons school opened on 27th of Tail nary with encouraging prospects Mrs John Gnssny has returned to her home near Round Hill after a vis it to her sister Mrs Maud Riley of BereaYour correspondent recentlyvisited Mrs Cretin Cotton who lives at Panola Cliff This a very pintureqne spot on Silver Creetf near the Hendren ridge Quite a little village is being built npthere The store is conducted by Mr Willie Jennings who is a thorough business manlIrs Cotton eu tertains in true Kentucky style Mrs W T Turner who has had a severe attack of pneumonia is now convalescing Miss Lina Pond who lives near here is the proud possessor of a pitcher which is over a hundred years old It has been handed down from the fifth generation and was brought over to this country from Ireland To the Febllc I desire to call your special attention to the tact that he season for house painting and papering is drawinc dose and no doubt you contemplate painting and papering the exterior and Interior of your residence this spring or tall and as know of no better orualer wy to invest reasonable amountof money than this I desire to remind you ugaiti of the fact that I am still in the paint ing and wall paper business awl am thoroughly prepared to furnish you es timates free of charge and do your painting and wall paper hanging at very reasonable prices As I employ none but firstclass workmen and use only the best materials in and on all work I do I can and will guarantee good results and perlect sat isfaction on all work I may do for you and therefore auk you fur at least a share of your w rk proaming vou in return for your money value lecwived A full and complete line of the newest designs in wall paper of all kinds and colors of pure white lead paint always ou hand Thanking you for past pat ronage ami for a continuance of same this year I am- Yours very respectfully W L LEEDS Store and shop West Irvinestruet between Second ILiad Thir- dBENHUR The Grandest Spectacle of the Century to be Staged in Lexington Ky 1 law Eraugers iniiBsivelj ornate spectacle BeiiHur is to lie staged at the Opera douse Lexington Ky February 22 23 unit 24 with a ipecial niiitinee Wmlnesday February 24 The tlramitiziition of GiienU Low Wallaces ret hove has lietui ween very little outside of New York ViI iiim Young who made the dnimitiza tiou succeeded most atluuulritbiy III the production of drama which not only retains the most absolute fidelity to General Walliices great boos hut which does not off nd the most ilevout Chrlstiiin Proiessor Edgar Siilltnan Kelley has heightened the solemnity of BenHiir with music that Is a IJSI itive deiinht to the ear llie settings provided bv Klaw Erhuieer have never been equaled in this coun try The pictures of The Star of Beth lehem The Citv of Jerusalem1 Irom the terrace garden of the palace ui Hur in Judea The Interior of a Roman GallervuThe Grove of Daphne The Fountain of CastBliit The chariot Race The Valeol Hiunon rllmlrkIblethese are added some wondrfu ff 8 in liKhtnitiK as in The Mar of iatl lehem and in stage mechanics as howl in the thrilling chariot race The contrivances that go to make up- I Ie chariot ratct cost more tliHii S15 000 Eight horses run in full viow of the auilience The great scene which closes the play is the hnaling of the le ors on Mount Olives Here hundreds of people are arraiigod in picturesque group ings the whole oiif uf the most beautiful pictures ever lint upon the stage The personalitv of the Naz aretiir is not nhiwn in the play hut in this scene the nearness of His presence Is indicated with the most intense im presniveness by a shaft of the purest white light The rtramitiztion is carefully constructed so as to remove it from tim domain of the socalled Pits son plays and while the Saviour is iilv rnfprred to yet IU tremendous IltninatinK power is felt with thrilling effect The advance sale of seats for the BenHur engagement willupon in Lexington 1 hut tlay February 18 whiui orders fur s ats for any of the performance if Hccompimied bv a postal or express order and self addressed Mtamped envelope for reply will be filled in the order of their receipt Address all cnminnnicatinns to Charles cott Manager Opera House Lexing ton Ky Lost A Masonic pin bet ween Frasa Bros grocery store ansi Collins street Finder will please return to this otiice and receive reward tf TO OUSB A GOLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature n on each box 25 cen- tsFEtSOlN At Mr J R Gibson has been in Cin cinnatiMr T Covington was in Irvine lust week Mr If L Leeds was in Lexington last Wednesday Mrs Z T Rco isvisltfng her par tintS ear Lancaster MrJ It Bush was over from Lex ington sunday to see friends MrsG E Smcot is in Louisville DO a visit to her mother and sister Judge J C Chenault was in Irvine one day last week on busines Mr Allen Zaring attended thp leap year hop in Alt Sterling last Tuesday night Miss Maria Willie Smith has gone to Annapolis Md to visit Mis Carlo B Urittain Circuit Clerk ThomiS Williams one of Irvnes leading ciizuus was here last week Misses Olivia Baltlwin and Anne Bennett are at home from a short Vis It to Mt Sterling Mr T C Adams and stater Mist Lucy came up from hI mouth and spent Sunday with home folks Mr William P Williams and bride have returned from their bridal trip and are athome in Irvine Mrs EJ Woolums of Lexington Is the guest of her son Mr R A Woolums and wife on the Sumtnttt Miss Katherine Whlttaker of Lex icgtou has been visiting Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg on the Sammltt Mr Anderson Chen ultof Mt Sterl uu ing who died last week it Tampa Fla Incnmotor ataxia was lselyrellted to the Cbeuaults of this city and county Miss Julia Hisrgln of Richmond was hero with the family of W H Higginsa short while Friiay Inter ior Journal Mr Sam McGinn Versailles hns been visiting his sisters Mesdames G E Lilly and J R Pates in this city The many friends of Mrs J W Zaringwill be glad to know that she is convalescing from her recent severe illness Professor and Mrs Oscar Ehrgott of Cincinnati who come tomorrow for a concert in this citv Will be th guests of Miss MinnieDJkes during their stay here The follwing attended the funeral of Mr Thomas McRoberts in Danville last Tuesday Mr and Mrs E B Hume Mrs Harvey Chenault and Miss Julia Higgins and Mrs J II HigginsMr Mrs B J Clay are enter taming the following guests at theii handsome home near town Mr and Mrs Malcoln Dulaney of Covington Mrs Fish and Mss Belle Fish of Nicholnsvillo Miss LucyiIni returned from Falmouth last Thursday wlere she had been Instructing class in phys cal culture She left this morning for Glasgow where she will be en gaged in the same work Mrs E F Galbraith noe Earl Then ault of Jacksonville III is visiting relatives here Ths is Mrs Galbrahhs first visit bak to her old home since her marriage last 111and she was given a hearty welcome by her many friends Mr R L Gentry left Monday morn ing frhis regular trip through Ohio and Viiginia He will be absent about seven weeks Mr Gentry is just starting on his fourth year an travelling salesman for the V H Lawsou Com pany of Cincinnati in which capaci ty he is meeting with muchsuccess Mrs Lizzie Foster entertained in a delightful manner ou last Friday af ternoon from 3 to 5 oclock Delic ious refreshments were served and much enjoyed by the gusts who were MM Ben Banks ar dvisUor Mrs Morris Mrs Dave Tevis Mrs Jake Collins Mrs John Doty Mrs Hattie Buchanan and Mis Carrie Fancy Master Commissioners hIe Laura Smith c PIU against Will Quisenbsrry Dft EquityBy of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at Ihe January Crm thereof 1904 In the above style cause the underejgm d wilt on Saturdays Feb 2704 Between the holiNG 10 oclock a m and oclock p m on the premises In Mndlton county Ky proceed to expose to Public Iale followingiAbout J5 Acres of land and bounded and descrilwd oa follows towit A certain parcel of land on OUrCreek In Madison county Ky beginning at the cnlrert lust above the water mark on the K ILK thence astraight line to Otter Creek thence with the creek to the pper end of bluff thence to the siiid rallroan thence down Ihe railroad tothe beginning containing some hing like fifteen acres TERMi4hale will be made on a creditor requiredtopayment of the purchase money to have the fore nfl effect of a bearing Iegel Interest from day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all Ihe pur chase money Is paid S H THORPE Master Commissioner M C C FARM FOR AtB I Will On Thursday Febry J8 Beginning 10 oclock a m on the premises at Silver Creek Kyolfer for sale at puiilic out cry the well known nTS Hume farm consisting of About 510 Acres of Fine Bluegrass Land It is well improved havingon it one la go brick icsiienco twostories with basement modern built arrang ed for water gas and furnace hert splendida stittion on the Louisville Nashville litllroad and telephone service all outbuildings such aii servants quarters stock barn carriage house iuUry house ice house etc which with residence were built at a cost of about 2500000 There is also a nice twostory frame residance in good condition besides several houses two large stock tenamentI tobacco barn good ponds and with Silver Creek dividing it is ex llently watered A good part of the land is well set in bluegass and timothy hay while the other is in a tine state of cultivation This farm will be sold first in three tract divided as follows One tract bordering on the east side of Silver Creek and the railroadcontaining about 250 acres one tract on 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 three tracts will be offered as a whole tim highest bid to prevail 1 will also offer all the Live Stock such as Mules Cattle and Hogs all Farming Implements Wagons etc Horn aqd Hiy Terms made known on day of 8al- eMrs E M Hume Executrix At the Same Time and Place W S Hume Co will offer one tract if about lf ACRES on which arc sev1 ral tenement houses known us Red Kiw and a tract of abut 7 j ORE HI wnlch is a comfortable frame nsi lenoe known AS the Tatum place Stock ad Implements con 1st of 7 Aged Work Stale 58 Head 2jear old Cattle 19 Head lvearold CatUe Saddle Horse Brood Mare Harness Mare 2 MUch Cows 70 Head of Stock Hogs 200 Barrels of Corn In shock 200 liarrel of Corn In crib Onehalf Interest In 10000 Ibi Tobi co 12 Stack Hay Lute Foiderln Shock Twohorse Wagons I Binder Oh impion Mower 2 Disc Harrows 3 New Harrows 1 New Plow Turning Plows Holler 2 Bar Racks Lot of Harness and Plow Geat a Wheat Drills I WheL Drill W S Hume to r kyyf im 17F I7F 71F + GREA- TReductioni Sale on iM + SHOES HATS and 7r 1 MENS FURNISHINGS IkWILLCONTINUE FOR m E Ten Days ionger From February lOth Our Great Reduction Sale that has been going on for the F past 20 days has ben extended for ten days and during that time we will continue to make the following greatly reduced prices 71Por Cash 71 Mens S5 00 Bootees of all kinds S3 95 1 5 00 Enameled and Box Calf Shoes 3 95 y 4 00 Botees 3 15 3 50 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 95 X 3 50 H C Lane Bootees 2 75 3 00 H C Lace Bootees 2 35 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Labe 2 45 3 50 Hartford Half Boots 2 75 it 4 00 Double Vamp Railroad Boots 3 25 II 2 50 High Out Shoes 185 2 00 High Cut Shoes 1 55 VJX 1 75 Shoes 1 35 1 50 Shots 120 I iS Boys 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 45 2 50 Box Calf Shoes 215 2 00 Box Calf Shoes ti- 5I 1 50 Box Calf Shoes 1 20 1 25 Box Calf Shoes 05 Youths 00 Calf Shoes 165 50 Calf Shuts 1 20 1 25 Calf Shoes 1 fl5 Little Gents SI 50 Calf Shoes 1 20 V i 1 25 Calf Shoes 1 05 1 00 Calf Shoes 85 Misses This is no sale to get ofllout of date andshop worn goods but includes every article sold in our house except Queen Quality Shoes 1Bear in mind that the famous W L Douglas line of Shoes ffi is in this sale at the above 15 Cut Prices 5 7 RICE AND ARNOLDi Bring this advertisement see that goods are as represented t6v71 11 75 71 7F ffi F Richmond REAL ESTATE COMPANYRe- nts Collections Sells and Buys Real Estate Sells Coal and Insurance Next Door to Government Building TELEPPONE 400 111 acres on Barnes Mill pike one mile from town For sale S90 per acre aoe acres 3 miles north of Berea Buck house which cost 18000 well iinproved For sale 15000 100 acres 1 mile from Kingston good house For sale 35 per acre A lot Cox2oo and house on Walnut street For sale S850 Terms one hell cash Council Proceedings The City Council met last Thursday night in regular monthly session with the Mayor and all Council men present The minutes of the last regular nnd two call meetings were rend and adopted The reports of the Police Chief Police Judge City Clerk and Treasurer were read and refered to the Finance Committee A D Miller of the Building Committee reported unfavorably on the re quest of Mrs Myers for permit to 1Oil SnuthBallard street The report was received and Corn mittee discharged Mr R A Barlow reported that citizens on Big Hill had not put down pavements as ordered An notice wax passed compelling IIllmeI to be laid at once Mr Moberley appeared in behalfof Mrs Myers and again asked for permission to build the cottage previously mentioned A petition from residents in that vicinity was read asking that same he ngrant ed On motion the pernit was ia fusedMessrs Arnold and Shuckel ford alone voting in its favor C P Enright was granted license to open a saloon on Irvine street in the honee recently operated bv Murrav Co A request was read from Mr Ed Powell asking for a sewer at intersection of Glyndon and Estill streets which was re fered to the Street Committee A petition from the Rod Mens lodge was read nsKing permission to use the streets and alleys of the city tor a Street Fair awl Oar nivalnext summer The reqrest was granted and the lodge was asked to report hack to the Coun cil the date on which the Fair ill to be held A permit was grunted Mrs Lee Munpiii to erect a stable in roar of her residence on Glvn ilwi Ave Jiihn Weaver and H B Dillingham asked for rebate on taxes both of which were refused The Mayor reported that Dr Dunn had appointed City Phvaioinn it the Pest HOUSH at a salary of 8 per day that a cook had been hired Cur250s and n Inky for general work at Me alsu re ported that the number of patients Were rapidly decreasing and thatI Ladies S3 50 Shoes excepting Queen Quality S295 3 00 Shoes excepting Queen Quality 2 45 2 50 Shoes 2 15 to 2 00 Shoes 1 05 1 50 1 20 2 00 Shoea sizes UK to 2 1 65 1 60 Shoes II 1 20 711 25 ShoesIe 1 05 1 00 hoesII 90 Childrens SI 50 Shoeaeizes 8J to 11 1 20 25 1 05 1 00 hoesII 90 85 8hosI 75 75 Shoessizes 5 to 8 66 65 Hhoes 55 50 Shoes 40 Infants 1 00 Sht1esCo 2Jto5 90 75 Shoee 05 t 60 ShoesII j 50 50 Shoes 40 W rf V ftrid I and Y F 71 ffi Pike been Shoes Shoes A lot 5ox2oo and house on Walnut street For sale 900 A lot Ioox2oo on Smiths Summit For sale S8oo A dwelling and store on corner E and Orange streets well improved For sale 1000 3 houses on Second street Lots 33x11o For sale 5oo each the situation was now well in hand The deed to the city from Mrs Zieman for the Pest House purchasod for 1800 was read and ordered recorded A request for additional lights was made by the Fire Department and refered to tho Water and Light Commit tee A request from the citizens 01 Orchard street for an arc light was also refored to tre Water and Light Committee T H CollhiB reported that he had collectpd on hack taxes for unlisted property 2222 35 and still had 82 owners to settle with G G Prewitt presented deed conveying to city extension of Fourth street which Attorneyforwas ordered to issue notice to Directors of the Four Mile Read requesting them to comply with their agreement with the city in rightofwaytoGrounds and to have the deed signed and acknowledged accord lug to law The following claims were read and refered to the Finance Committee 55Chits250Telephone 00Creasey 00Jackfetcher Witt Q 20 noD2175GilesClimax Printing Co 2000 Covincton Arnold 20 60 80PerryKentucky Register J2 00 soB15W50Jimi 00KelloggCoWm Montgomery 200 76WIITlhialonq 400BDrDiimi 14400TB coiiino Jl3 45 640Arnckle 90WmInterest on School Bonds 51O 00 00V I AveIrvineSl5oo 3 lots on Seventh street For sale S4oo Call at office of Richmond Real Estate Co Hobton Building PAINT LICK Miss Viola Preston of Louisville who has been the charming visitor of Sirs Bnrdett Ramsey will leave this week much to the regret of some of our young men especially one at Manse Miss Mary Lear is visiting Mrs Emma Higginbotham in Lancaster Misses Rettie Francis and Jennie Parks have returned from a visit la Mrs W W Watts and Mrs Cle ShearerMrs Arnold of Middlesbora Is visiting her father Mr James Burn side Miss Jennie Higgins ot Manse has gone to Bowling Green to take a course in short hand an stenography The W OT U ladies of this place will gIve a Valentine social on Saturday night the 13th They will have home made candy and valentines for sale They will have music and the young la dies will entertain A good time is ex pected and we hope all will come and help a worthy cause It will be held in the handsome new store room of Mr FishLittle Lena Estridge daughter of Mr A B Eatridge is very sick witk pneumoniaMis Wallace lass kept an account of the produce sold by herself during the past year from January 11903 to the end of the year unit it amounted to the nice sum of tIIDuring the month of January this 7Ct11- 1rshe has sold 42 dozen eggs at 25 30 aod 35c per dozen Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against T A RobInson are notified to file same with tl e undersigned properly verified on or before April lat 190t or same will be barred JAS pnOTCHEB Assignee Office at Cratcher Evans furniture store 17Cm Diamonds Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of ev4ry description These are some of the things to hI found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to eo take them to Lane he will fix JtetlUUItSthat too If yon want anything that can be found In a first class Jewelry establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind ot articles L EfLane lJtwelerand OpticIan ITT =p rr rr r L C JSTOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS c A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situd three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by 4hs i c ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and c Gold Mining and Milling Company i Y hitih promise to he equal to any ot the Great Producers in Asizonaa wonderful Copper Bltexta din f fit wotn Jerome 10 lM8heeatUI Absolutely in the Center of the Belt j And in the Center of the Glce V- Ii worldtMtiilnt Iimet which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in Jhe V 300 Aort In a coo i ct 1I IIywllh uudiopured titleNo debts of any kioddeVOODtfleDt stiU R Cling on Aclaim will be a mI8 or ill fltni on or eryrclaimsandin Ita not modern niul sv teiimtic manner18 everv one Copper Gold Siiver arid Lead all in payim quaniitieswith good assays in TNI Uranium etcLarge quantities of iron and lime assure reduction on the ground Those who did not buy stock in the great mininirj operties of Arizonaand otIjr partsofthe nsthen itit was otflred fur lOc a share and later on went to per share now buy in the t c ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co SO Cents per Share V which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor witl the Promoter Stock fully paid and YimtaccocMtVtltx Pror work for machinery used in mmiiiK and mfflingand tSw Jiomt m cewls from saleof Htoek goes into development c inff and IMn4IIlngft ores from mine to mill V No sIr d officers to pur Dividwulspanl when mine is prOIflCiflg As an investment JURraDtt abso lut8h lIIfe It tt offnetl asa spetutatiiII but us an invsttnent for it must advance In piee the General Maisgrstates From IITJAAIII jmIcntiniB stock should at par before the close of the year The inc vps4or will notice that Having the United Vrde Senator larks mum with Its BillionIcllnr Ore Ro4y in 4ght nllihe nortllrpst und on tli southwest tli Copper Quell of Bibee and other mints operate by- Pheip Diili 00 who have turned their attention from bunking to mining because it pam b tter that this as an investment is th- aMining Opportunity of the Present Century tiFrfurther information address ROUT M FOREE j Pros and inn Mjr V Main Ofllce Globe Arfaona G Jrr Colorado J rr- t W L lUtUTOHEU G W EVANS JR I FlrmlCn New A Magnificient Stock of Goods 2 G tEverything for the home beautiful c can be found in our store xj r nm l aridour will suit i jtWe are home at Joplins old stand on Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention t V Cgive US a call Crutcher 4 Evans P Main Street Richmond Ky Louisville Atlantic Raibui DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LBAVS RICHMOND or s amVnJnLawrllllOllhurgIShelt ltepm PorlrvlandBsttyvflIe 110pm TRAINS ARRIVK RICHMOND From Loafevilte Lexington aedllWamO- lBclanti iKr m From Irvine cod IlwttjVille 0a pm UR tIMITHOPlAVerafllea Ky R A Wooteaw S A HJchiBOBcl Ky L N1 Tim Tails UIII p pm Iiiam 1111 p m 130pm No Otudnnati and ton zes4 south bound Nol Clnnattand ton norh bound No and UnnR km north bound No 5 and Llvinira tOH Hx sooth bound No lu and Maya villo Aocm north bound vine south bound Nol Richmond Row land Accm south bound 410pm LlvIngH Livings Express Clnnati Kzpresa Otnnatl Stanford Stan north E 0 Vance D 0 E OYance D 0 1t46 P 1M pm 200 am 1105 pm Lo am No Btanferd and Maya Aoera and S2Oam No M Rfabmeikl and ford bound w Osteopathic Physicians i HobMHi Bull ling Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Grad5ts Southern School of OsthMpathy OLD JOE WHISKY liAixl tniile Sliir MHRI livery Kuirtii tee l to pure II ii 01iLl sty le manu feature No- BETTJJR ran he found for ineliiiinal pin pose You want the beet Furnished Strictly to Family Trade UlrfHr olij iuijiigBIOO per gallon Il hittIg Ijoin 200 u 5 l HP8 4S Sew Whisky 80 irtr gallon Ordera promptly ftilm- lWILEY 8EAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery M 0Brit er novlyr Andoreoil county Kv RIPA1SIS Tabules 1 Doctors find A good prescription For mankind j The 5 cent packet its erioueh foi flIIHYeeainn The family hottlp yearAltr J H Thompson a tv Kiiown wll- Ze flf lille18burgdledIJn Leslngtoo hospital 4 J JOS D WHITHAM SecTreasurer Pranch OfllieiMS Eqnitah1Bti1- Detiver r1 AND at Mrs drop PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOEUETS l ft MILLER ATTOBHETATLAW RICHMOND KBSTUCKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to irnwri National Bank febSly JA StJIJtVA1S A1rORNZYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street 0 D OQKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ICHMOND KKNTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLaiOi RICHMOND KENTUCKY eSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store TACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office ore Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RtCHMONn KENTUCKY iifiee 10 thr Dr Hobaon building MlnStreet DENTAL SURGERY tIT O8CrIXITt tt tonSQ1 OF LottlSVILLB KY BuildinglehmBndnovltly vWI Blanton DENTIST IOIflce m Bennett Building llanly TELEPHONE 1 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wcdneslay February 10 1004 r KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITh Dr Kings I II New Discovery I IIFOR ONSUHPTION OUCHi and JDLDS PrlclIFree afla Cluickest Cure for all ISure AT nd LUNG T OUB tl MONEY SACK FRANK A Vice Prpsidentft Branch Office 910 TaoMna Bldg Chicago Illinois rClover Hay FOR SALE 650 Bales Choice Clo= Iver Hay For Sale J In Quantities to Suit fo Jno fie Taylor Son Telephone 112 fCALL AT+ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoIate and acoommo dation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept Tap ssss Phone 3 Second St ATTENTION IWeliao moved our produce bssiness from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on iecond street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay tht highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Jive 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 29jiinlv RICHMOND KY TO THOSE tf wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire- Fence 100 Weare pleased toetatetbat it is on sale at the hollowing places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons Hearer Hamilton O FInnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John stapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt LA Wearren C C McVharter BlcknerKaryJT R chmond House Vallev View Baldwin Newby Ruthton Taint KirksTille EO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Anyone sending a sketch and descrIption may ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probably Commanlca tloniBtrictljconSdentW on Pazents sent free Oldest neencr for securing patents Fateou taken receive 1JItef4 notice withoUt cbanro lathe ieiititic Jlmerkan A Ulortrated weeklr Larved rtr euUUon of anytdeflUflOlOUrflai Terms 3 a year four newsdealers II MUNNCo39lBroadway Lick New Jark Branch Olllce C tit wunuigtou uu Weak HeartsAre ef every one hundred people who have heart troubles can remember when It was simple Indigestion It Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased- MrDKaublocf limit Ouys hadstomach ronblfl and was In a bad stale as b heart trouble WIth It I took dot D7sp sla Curs for about tag moatha sad It curd me Kodol Digests What You Lat and relieves the stomach cf all BWVOIH strain and the heart of all pressure Bottle only 100 Size holding M ttaaa tha trW zZzo4ichscUsfor5Oc rntn by so D WITT oo oHtoMta i iji Pot sale byJPerry di Thomas 1S Cottinr Outfit for Sale Eight horsepower gasoline engine Urge cutter and bolting all complete and in Rood running order Apply to r 4D S Harber Richmond Ky W N Wheeler dec23 2mo Red HOUPC Ky BLUEGRASS TRACTION COHPANTt Georgetown Lexington Trac tion Cars leave Parts for Lexington evory hour from 7 a in 1118 p in and at 10 p m Leave axinpton nvery hour from C a m 10 7 p in and ut 9 p m Single fare 40 cents Time Sotninuteti leve Lexington for GeorjiHtown ev rny hour from 7 a in to H p m Except 11 a m p m 8 and 10 p in LPHVO Georgetown every hour from 0 a nr to 10 p m except 10 R rn 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Y Alexander President A Cure for Eczema thatIraits hair all came out I tried remedies but none Pemdlo dayperraanant good until I used used DH Witts Witch Hnzel Salve Thin E zema is cured the ppnbH urn goon and i hit little ones ioap is perf rllv clean Eiid its hair is rowIns flxutifullv praistllbuyinrViiclirrfeits DeWjMH it thin oriuinnl nun the oily one iotiiBining pure Witch Hazel The HIUIP E o DftWitt rv leon every box Sold bv E C Wines Im The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain Southern Railway Co Special Rates To The West And Southwest On the first Rod thirti TUCKHVB of Jan Feb March and April 1904 tInt Missouri Pat fic Railway and Iron Mountain Ronnie will have on sale special one av and round trip ex cursion tickets to certain points in the Wet and Southwest The round trip ticketK will hear final return limit ol twentyone IllY frmn date of sale Special onewtiv colonisls rates In California tirkets tin sale iluirinu wont ii of March aiit April al o rom N pt 15th to Oct ISli inclusive 19i 4 Now is the time In visit Hot Springs Ark Write for ilIn irateflUM kIett For In fMlllal ion ao In rav J fHtc address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut til Cincinnati O Relief in One Minute One Minnie Cough Cure gives relief in one tniniu lievmiKH it kills dhe mi crobe which tickets the mucous memo tiratie causing the couii and at tine same time ears the phlegm draws out the inllimation and heal and soothes the xircted parts One Minute tonuh cUrt strengthens the Inngp wards off pneumonia and is a hafinln and never failing cure in all curable cases of Cousin Colds and Croup One Minute Couth Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young nnd old sold by K C Wines m Notice Having purchased n onehalf interest in the fininn N livery stable on Mnin street I cordially invite all my friend and patrons III calf on me at my new quarters wlinrn I will hi ill a position to serve the public more faithfully than in the past 13j3t L O SHEAIISK Stops tho Cough and Works o2 the Cofd Laxative Bromo Qtinine Trete cure a cold in one dav No cure rtlJ pay Price 25 re- ntsFor Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars cal on or ad PrintingCo No1No2 Ho 3 N4No5 No6No7 No8No9 I No 10 No 11 No 12 barI NO 13 IN 14 No 15 No 16 IWo17IND A two story frame residence contain ing 6 room and two halls in Richmond Ky Lot 40x160 feet sinai barn Price 1000 KM less than original cost No 19 INo20No No 22 A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild tugs A great bargain for anjone de siring a nl home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable Ideation for an Ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar story frame residence on Irvine street Building In good pair Price Sl20 feet will bay a good town lot 40x200 A Rood town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price SIX No 23 025 producingfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other Im provementsIn tine locality Price t500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price IlCOO IImproved IclsterdHandsone twostory residence in best part of Richmond large lot and all necessary out buildings tf gain at 3000 N Nice residence containing rooms In resident portion ofsevenILarge yard and garden necessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best improved farms in Madiion county containing acres Good orchard and all necrmarr out buildings Church and suhool con venient Situated on pike A four room coUage and seven acres of l nd five awes in grass and two in gardn good orchard nnd grape hulldiugiThuthriving vill ge where churches and schools are convenient Price One of the nicest resiliences In Ilicbmond clt7Lot containing eight rooms A residence in MOod neighborhood Lot IMilV feet AII necessary outbuilding Price 2800 dellrI1nglln Two lots 120x160 feet in good neigh borhood Price 700 Co tage on a nice resident street containing four rooms and neces sal uthniliiings dm b Inr1chimed on the Installment pan A grea bargnln at 1100 WW oaint residence for purchaser roomSbeanUrlllard iUlmlldlngsl clndlnK RoodHstable and cMem Price llOO Will will on Installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Nice resident on a 4acro Jot con tainliK eveii rootna and two ie citu ietllli best rehlenie jxirtion ot dty Stable coal house and nil other necessary out build anyonedesiring Farm containing acres eight miles f om Ibis city This lend ill all in gua and is Al good farm and is well Vatered There Is on this sand a small residence and other localitybest Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any consumptionThen CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AyersCberr I know It greatly strengthens weak 1unt sins p Itonmasos SaUne Rich SOctHoo All Irugrlati for AT1iRCO1Towell Weak Lungs I er RJ lAyers Pills Increase tho actIvity ot and thus aid recovery BARON TEACHES SCHOOL Independent Herman Nobleman Glvi Up Life of Enxe fur That of In structor in Iowa Eldora Ia boasts having as one of Its residents a real German baron and member of one of the oldest and most aristocratic families of Europe This citizen Is Baron Heinricti Hans Her mann Gustav Alexander Edmund Von Rcltzenstein of the family of Reltzen stein older than the reigning family of the Hohenzollerns as the records prove This young baron who is about 26 years of age has lived there for the past year and for the means of passing away the time Is engaged in teaching school and being finely educated and of an aristocratic family is held in high esteem In the community Baron Von Reitzensteln moves in the cest society and is very successful at his chosen line of work He does not need to thus employ himself to gain a livelihood being constantly in receipt of remittances from his German bankers but he Is an independent nobleman who loves America and her people and pre fers to thus live In the United States than to spend the remainder of his days in a castle home upon the Rhine Baron Von Reltzenstelnhas five brothers who are all officers in the German army and one uncle Baron Von Relt zensteln of Saxony is the royal in structor of the royal princes of Saxony The family are all very learned and the Eldora people are proud of their nobleman citizen WOMEN SCARCE IN FIJI Sex Orient Ion in Islands Itenclie Sev non Mnge StntUtlcn of Drlt liili Inimlurrntloii Clerk The sex question in Fiji in connection with the Indian coolie immigration into that colony has reached such a serious stage that J W Davidson one of the clerks In the British Immigration department has been compelled to write a minute about it He points out that at the end of 1902 the percentage of females to males of all ages in the colony was found to be5113 the number of women in 100 adults being about Such disproportion of the sexes he says is favorable to the prevalence of those complications and grievances which account for the majority of horn cides and perhaps also of the suicides which have to berecorded annuallynot- to mention many violent assaults Mr Davidson refers to statistics showing that for every 20 girls born into the world there are 21 boys and quotes Buckle the historian as saying If the proportion which Is kept up In the births of the sexes were to be greatly disturbed even for a single generation society would be thrown into the most serious confusion and a great increase In the vices of the people would inf alllbly ensue SAVED BY GANDERS AGE Attested Pedigree of Wild Fowl Ab olvrm Minnesota Grocer from Violation of Game Law The well attested pedigree of a wild gander 23 years of age Is all that saved a grocer of Minneapolis from a heavy fine for violating the game laws of Minnesota said a citizen of the Gopher state recently Onr game wardens are veritable sleuths and they recently secured what they considered evidence Of a bad viola tion of the game laws by a grocer in the shape of a wild goose which was exposed for sale When the case was brought for trial the grocer offered evidence to show that the alleged contraband goose was only a halfbreed namediJohnsonMr years fore he found a stray wild goose egg which he placed under a hen with tho result that a gander was hatched This gander now celebrated In Minnesota court records for nearly a quarter of a century was crossed with tame geese and the halfblood marketed regularly every year Mr Johnson volunteered to produce the gander in court if necessary and the game wardens retired baffled and defeated JILTED WOMAN GETS DAMAGES Fickleness of Swain Who Warn Engaged Twent7Slx Year Coal Illm a Large Sum As compensation to a woman who after being engaged fora quarter of a century Is finally Jilted by the man who had won her affections a London Jury theother day assesseddamages of 3250 Miss Eliza Dawes of Manchester sued William Brown for breach of promise She Is now 46 and he Is 52 She was a girl of 18 when Brown won her leart Two years later they became engaged Brown promising to wed as soon tis his mother died an event which was short ly expected but Mrs Brown persisted in living on until two years ago Then the marriage was fixed for March 1902 To Brown however the Idea of mar riage seems to have lost Its charm for suddenly he sailed for America There be became engaged to a young woman so his first and faithful betrothed be lieved it her duty to Institute proceed lags against the fickle Brown especially as she had during 26 years refused four other offers of marriage The Deadly Doctor A New York man committed suicide rather than unuergo an operation for appendicitis The Chicago Hecord Herald remarks that he must have been afraid the doctors could do something worse than kill him Greatest Problem of the Age The American Medical Magazine advises us not to work between meals Pleasant advice remarks the Louts ville CourierJournal but if we take it bow are we to get the meals X Arc Toil Going to Finite t XVJntgr ouinetg tickets 9n sale via Queen Oremjent Ronte Southern Railway soil oorneciine linea to points South Southeast ami Southwest nt re duced raes boot tetn mine May 81 lOOt Tickets can nowohA ixirrlmaeii to Jacksonville and St AueiiKtinn via Tjnoknut Mountain and Atlllrarp lanl1orlthopJarkerP A Lexington or of1Gp A Cmcmnati1 iI tEMULATES ROBIN HOOD Turkish Bandit Xlefnaea a Pardon But Escapes and Become a Friend of the Poor An influential Albanian Pasha at the palace of the Turkish sultan who has interests in a mine near Smyrna recent ly secured the pardon of a brigand named Tcnakldgi who had terrorized the work people In the hope of putting an end to his persecution Tehakldgi however in view of the parIdonedesp the Albanians re usud the pardon and took to the hlllsIEighty Albanians who ployed to hunt him down amused them selvwr by fleecing the peasant They also gave protection to five brigands who had carried off a man named Phote from the Sokla plain The villagers complained to Tchakid Sl who has a craze for righting as he Relieves the wrongs of the poor and op pressed whether Christian or Turk He thereupon appeared with eight com panlons and shot the five brigands sad AlbaniansI this vengeance he would kill every Al ibanlan he met and further that he personshooting the man employed consequence11edsheep Tehakldgi has now made such a same for himself as a savior of the poor that It will be difficult to gethold of him He Is regarded by the lower class as a sort of saint JSO SONGS FOR THE SOLDIERS BxllUh Official Oppose Issuing of B olc of Lyrics for Vie of Troop Rollicking songs may be written for the soldier to sing at camp gatherings and melodies with a stately swing may j be composed for him to sing as ho marches but the treasury has forbidden him an official song book CoL Barrington Foote the command ant of Kneller hall the military musical school where the bands are trained to play thought It would be a good thing to have a standard book of soldiers songs something after the style of the Soldatenllederbuchi of the German army i Capt Basil Hood wrote a fine rollick ang sopg entitled On the High Road and Mr Hamish MacCuun set It to just the kind of music that would help a bOdy of soldiers along on the march They could sing it with a swing and there is heartiness In the words Mr MacCunn gave the military authorities tthe copyright for use In the proposed soldiers song book and a number of- i suitable songs old and new were looked copyjofpresented to each soldier But the treasury shook its head re fusing to sanction the expenditure of a few pence an each soldier and the project has fallen through FIFTY YEAR ROMANCE ENDS Childhood Sweethearts Meet After a Century and Are Married Iliolf at Belleville ilL A romance more than half a century old has culminated at Belleville In the marriage of Christopher Delnlnger to Mrs Eva Halle Mr DeinInger is 79 years old and his bride is 70 As chil dren they played together and always the boy nine years older than the girl watched tenderly over her As they grew older they still held their affection for one another and at last were Betrothed They were separated however and after a few years both married others and each had a family For years they never heard of one another as they had moved to other cities Recently they met in Belleville and renewed their oldfrlendship This rapidly ripened Into the old love and they were married and left on the wedding i journey they might have taken more than 50 years ago EDICT OF A KANSAS MAYOR CUT Council of Severance to Impose Tax on All Young Men Who Fall to Get Brides This Year Mayor W J Wyncoop of Severance Kan has Issued a proclamation to all bachelors of that town to marry during this year or hereafter pay to the city a bachelors tax which the mayor says the cAy council will impose Mayor Wyn coop advises the young women of that town to Improve this leap year opportunity and select their husbands A man who will not marry and support a wife Is not much of a citizen in the eyes of Mayor Wyncoop If the girls propose to tfrem and they refuse it wilt go hard saysI Douglas county has also announced that he would perform free all marriage ceremonies this year where it became necessary for theyoung woman to propose To Smoke Without linens Tobacco poisoning has long been made a subject of Investigation by Prof Furst of the University of Leip zig Germany who finds that tobacco may be smoked without Injury to the smoker by observing the following precautions 1 Use only mild tobacco 2 smoke only good tobacco 3 do not smoke the last half of a cigar or the end of a cigarette 4 If a cigar or a cigarette goes out do- not relight it do not sit In a room filled with the fumes of tobacco 6 do not chew the end of a cigar 7 use a cigar holder or a cigarette holder with a bit of cotton to catch the nicotine 8 at home smoke only pipes with long stems and preferably a nrgileh A vegetable liquid for governing or flow of womens menses which occur once in every lunar mo- nthBRADFIBLDS female Regulator Isihc essential quality of powerful herbs aptedCorsuCh form that it is always properly assimilated and taken the system ototheririegufunty regularusi necessitonsttuctionaf ofbldufe clt niCltanh Leucorrhea or theserritatingdisIchi IIILB KEUUTOR Atari fcb 1 c h StovesAT COSTStoves that we will closeHeatingWe have one or two AirTight out at cost for cash Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We can sell you one of our wagons for what you would pay for an inferior make Come in and examine our line before buying Tin Roofing Guttering and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed MBUCKLE I SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made jIII QCUffim r P tAKtRk Badly Overstocked Clothing Department We Have Too 25 Per Cent Off FOR CASH ONLY determined the sale the Benjamin Overcoats Also our large line of4 Youths childrens Clothing o This means you the best clothing in the world at cost and less New Ycrk COSt Avail yourself of this opportunity Come quick and make Do not fail to visit our house when in Lexington q GUS TRAUS Lexingtons Lebding Clothiers r To Cure a Cold One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes in past 12 months This Signature A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small hottlcnf Halls Great covery cures nil kidney and bladder roubles removes gravel diabetes seniiiml missions weak anti lame back lieilmalisin and nil irrepulnrities of tine kidneys anti bladder in both men uul women regulates bladder troubles ill clnldrcn If not sold by your drug tjn4t will Iii SlIt by mall on Receipt of 51 One pinch bottl is two nmnthV reatnientnnd will cjre auiveanne above iientioned fir E W Hall sole man ufacturer P OBIIX 629 Sl Ltus Mo end for testimoniuls Soul bv all ilruguist mill Owen McKee Merchant Uiclnnoiiil K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear iri I Imve used oune bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Greal Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponndn whoti I begai using it to Any I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to public Respectfully 7jiiii Iv JOHN L RIDDEL There are thceh lder would not take bundle if they bad no chance Fire at Ashland Ky Ashland Ky Feb 2Fire broke out In the Adams Express Cos new building Monday morning at 430 oclock A blinding snow storm and gale placed the fire department at a disadvantage The fine new building arid much valuable express matter Is a total loss Three Candidates For State Treasurer Paris Ky Feb 2CQ1 H P Thompson Abraham R Flck and C B Ecton prosperous business men of Clark county were here Monday to announce themselves as candidates for the democratic nomination for state senator from this senatorial district Another Capitol Bill Promised Frankfort Ky Feb 2Wlthln the next week a new capItol bill will probably be Introduced Its object being to repeal that section of the new law which requires the erection of the rap ltol on the present site as provided by the Guffy amendment No Kentucky Chautauqua This Year Lexington Ky Feb 2The Kentucky Chautauqua which had been an annual feature of social and religious life In LexIngton for the past 15 years will not give a meeting this year ow- Ing to Woodland park being transfer red to the city New Kentucky Corporations Frankfort Ky Feb 2During tho month of January 71 new companies with an aggregate capital stock of Jl 499600 were incorporated In the secretary of states office and paid the state 1499 organizations tax Killed By His FatherInUaw Owensboro Ky Feb 2Lum Den nlson 35 was shot and killed by John Feaster his fatherinlaw sterIsI- n Jail The cause of the shooting Is FeastericlaIms A Candidate For Delegate 2Pos4nastergan county has announced as a candidate for delegate to the national re publican convention from the Thud congressional district Tho world contains 99000 locomotives of whlOjiJ5ff500 are in Europe We are in our Many Clothing on every Overcoat and Suit in our house We are to give you full benefit of our in season and not wait until season is over JThis includes Alfred Cds Suits and C to than your selection lOUIS In sold Dip 1902 the wino our df iaiuEor Cures C in Two pIon every box 25c VJNcJf4AgThRIts Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re- sultss they give Its their entire reliability even WinchesterIIFtlare the best shells on the market Winchester PIu1favoriteLIoftheseTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT 9 1ec lOt r D B SHACKELFORD uoH- aver just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 AMERICAN FELL JO HOC FENCE 8 rtClt If n 4J4JiJi J e r rf 4f f r J tRepuJartyie Stays inapert Stoves rTca i fl h Made of large strong high grade steel v rnpJ provides for nsionandcjftUaction Is p ctwlfvVv r ting Never goes wrtoa no matter how reat a main iput on ir hogsndEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED the imowrj1The pric will advance in 60 days w r raaa p1 ww = ID B1Shuckelford Co MY NAME IS TIURMANOn Sausage Row r And 3uys i F SKINS0 l t Fr further inforina Lion address General PasscngelAgent Chicago I v 0jr Line of Vehicle I offeringItRepairing Horseshoeing ind Rubber Tiring Idone by the best mechanics I We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call UKSIIJRIGHMONO KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE FRESH j tiroceries AGENTS FOR BoquOt flour atjThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 10 1904 Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner flU Saturday and Sunday only Nmind ed us ol how spring will feel Music lovers cant afford to miss the concert tomorrow jyening A Smith Nixon Grand piano will be used in the concert tomorrow night Dr Land man the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday loth inst Breathitt county is soon to have another town which will be called Riv erside Bishop Burton will conduct services at the Episcopal church on next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hoursThe famous JoJo the dofffaced boy who toured the world with differ wit circus attractions died at Salonica Turkny recently New metal has been put on Main street Although a little rough now it will make travel better when the Good old summer tune rolls around Mr Sam Rice has been made ad ministrator the estate of the late Wil liam T Harris with Messrs W H Douglas and Eula Harris as his sure ties The Cenillan Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs G W Pickels at her home on Third street The subject for discussion will behA hymn and its writer Professor Oscar Ehrgott who will 8nsr in concert here tomorrow night is one of the most prominent Elks in Cincinnati being a member of lodge Noi There will he special services for the children at thn iVfnthodist church on next Sunday morninsr All children of the church and community are invited to attend also the grown people will be expected As usual it in not known whether Mr Ground Ho SW his shallow or not Some reports sty he did and some say he did not So it stands At any rate winter is still with us and likely to re main fur quite a while yet The following officers were elected in the Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church for Jils year Mrs W II Dodsre President Mrs Mary MuClintock Vice President Mrs A P Miller Secretary Mrs Waller Bennett Treasurer anti Mrs Bertha Smith Corr sr nndin Hnrr tary Mr Qtiinti Taylor has accepted the position of clerk for butcher frib ble in place of Mr Lewis Hiirgerstau who recently resigned Mr Taylor is is well acquainted with the shoe busi ness having been connected with the old firm of Crutcher CrHtcher He proves himself polite and accommodating in every wav Iont forget the grand concert to morrow niiilit at the irand Opra e q SI YQV Are YouISatisfied With Your Laundry If not give me a trial bundle and let me convince you that LaundryCalled Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OfficRice Arnolds shoe Store Phone US Meals served at all hours at Billy J Freemanrfrestaurant First St tf The event of the season will be the concert at the Grand tomorrow night For Rent A nice five room cottage Apply to feblOtf J WM WAOKKS The Only Difference Jim Allenin the Oythiana Democrat says Burglars are plentiful in Paris and measles at Oynthiana The onlv difference is one breaks out and the other breaks in Frobatd The will of the late MrsNannIe lIar ber was probated In County Court Monday All of her property was left 0 her children Mr Dan Harher of this city and Mrs Richard Igo of White Hall New Kichlery The Richmond Steam Laundry haN lately purchaseda complete Sot of new machinery and its proprietors inform as that they are better equippednow than ever to turn out excellent work Hikers Elected The ladles aid society of the First Presbyterian church met last Wednesday afternoon and elided the following officers for this year Mrs B L Mid dleton President Miss Bessie Miller Vice President Mrs H B Hanger Sec retary and Treasurer A Delegate The Saturday Evening Louisville Post contained a handsome cut of Chief of Police James H Allmanof this city who is in Louisville for the meeting of the Grand Lodge of A O U W which convenes today in that city Mr Allman is a prominent member of the order and an enthusias tic worker in its behalf Pages Wire Fence Mr J T Coy of Kirksville informs us that he has just returned from Adrian Michigan where the celebra ted Page Fence is made Mr Coy pur chased 3000 rods of the best fencing made which together with 20oO rods he already had in stock makes 5900 rods He is now ready to fill any orders for Page fencing and will make prices rea sonable Back to Richmond After a number of years of absence Mr Bat S Galvin has returned to this city his old home and has accepted the position of clerk at the St Charles Hotel Mr Galvin was always greatly liked by our people and when it comes to a clerk or salesman he cant be beat We congratulate Mr Jacobs upon his success in securing the services of Mr Galvin and at the same time extend to the latter a warm and hearty welcome back to our city which according to his views is the best place after all Died In Kansas Uty While on a visit with his mother in Kansas City little Andre Scanlan was attacked with membranous croup and died before his father Mr A n Scan lan who was in this city coull reach him This news came as a severe shock to the friends of this popular family and in their bereavement they have the heartfelt sympathy of all The bright little fellow who was six years old was the pride of his parents and their grief is almost inconsolable Upon receiving the telegram announc ing the serious illness of the little tel low Mr Scanlau left immediately but the deadly enemy was doing his work quickly and in spite of all the efforts of loving hands and skilled physicians death came before he reached Kansas City r 3 Did You Know Seed Time is Drawing Nearee tWell it is and our store is headquar ters for all kinds of field and garden A J seeds We will receive in a few days a car load of Oats and other seeds and J will be glad to quote you prices on any tthing in this line and Salt Line and Cement Id Our prices are most reasonable Re J nitmber also that we carry a full and complete line of the freshest Groceries it Fruits Candy Meats and everything else to be found in a fitstc ass grocery storesYour patronage will be greatly appreciated Very Respectfully 1 Harbor Huguelg i c Successors to E Deatherage Co a 4 r j Lj I1i1 4 9 iilep Cuts in Suiz r jj Orercoats j In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable f price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room later so weve 5 j f equallygreati 9 f 18 20 2250 25 Choice for 15 r YGo through our great stock and take you choice of all the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted for 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit rtstyle and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on 1250 15 L Choice for 10 Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a songOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a- very low price f Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages 16 to 20c ears at the same startling c reductions as in the mens department c u w r1 r 1I = CLOTHING t J JSeverely Burned Last Saturday Mrs Jo R Gardner was preparing to give a bath to her 17 monthsold boy when the little fellow upset a bucket of boiling water upon himself severely scalding his face chest and arm His suffering was in tense and his life was considered in jeopardy but good medical attention and faithful nursing have thus far sustained him It is thought the bright little boy will recover Estill County Herald ale The sale of Mrs Sallie B Luxon which occurred on last Thursday morn ing was well attended Household and kitchen furniture farming imple ments and stock were sold and everything brought unusually good prices The Lnxon farm which is situated on the Tates Creek pike one mile from town has been rented for this year by Mr W E Luxon Jr Mrs Luxon will be at home to her friends at the home of her sister Mrs Rose Jarman on the Summitt For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine treet with complete outfit including ten good livery horses ten buggies two surnes one wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and con If not sold will rent the stable and sell the outfit RESIDENCE FOR SALE I have for sale a numberone residence on Second street containing eight rooms good cistern all necessary out buildings Lot 40x190 feet Price 52500 J W Masters febltf Ky Following Special Rates In Effect via L N Y M 0 A Bowling Green Ky February 18 19 and 2o limited to 22 one fare plus 25 cents round trip Tobacco Fair Maysville Ky Feb ruary 19 and 20 limited to 22 one fare plus 25 cents round trip Mardi Gras New Orleans February 9 to 15 limited to 20 one fare plus 25 cents round trip Ticket extended to March 5 on deposit of 50 cents One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 arid 15 aprll 5 and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates J W Hamilton AJcntI Hiss Dykes lass Kedtal On last Wednesday night the Elks parlors were filled with friends andj patrons of Miss Minnie Dykes the oc casion being her first class recital fheI program consisted of both vocal andI instrumental numbers Each performer showpd careful training and thor ough work on the part of teacher and pupil Each one played or sting with exactne8lalldeltlh one deserves special mention Miss Dykea as all know is a finished musician being equally proficient as a pianist and vocalist Her splendid work as a teacher shown forth last Wednesday night when her class appeared for the first time in public We wish her ranch success in her chosen work and trust that we may enjoy many more such recitals No hutacquaIIt with sincere thatwas regret peo plo all over our State heard of the news to the effect that there would be no Chautauqitii at Lnxington this year This comes from the transfer of Wood land Park to the city which so far has made no arrangement to build an Au ditoriumat the park The officials ofI the Chaulauqun find it impossible to hold another meeting in the structure which now stands for such purpose it being little more than a barn This institution has been II very pleasant and profitable feature for summer for icars past aud has been annually lookedfor ward to by people all over the State It will be greatly missed and we hope that before long a suitable building will be elected and this Chautauqua will berehtunedi School Case Affirmed Judge ORear delivered an opinion Friday affirming the Madison Circuit Court in a case of C A Taylor against J M Russell and others The ques lion raised in the case was the validity of a vote taken in this city on assess ing a tax of fifty cents on each 100 worthof property for the purpose or maintaining a white graded school Court below held It invalid not in eluding both white and coloredschools and that judgment was upheld Palace Hotel Really it is a Palace not only in name but In the general build and ap pointments throughout This hotel is run on strictly up todate plans its table service is elegantsnperior in fact to most hotels of the same price It is near the heart of the city and is head quarters for the majority of Madison county people wheu in Cincinnati We were favorably impressed during a recent visit to the Palace with the prompt polite attention given to guests and as stated above the table service is complete and the menues served are enough to tempt even the most delicate tastes Visitors to Cincinnati cant find any better stopping place than at the Palace Hotel MATRIMONIALHowAanCAnrrvERM i ni Howard and Miss Sallie Carpenter were married last Thursdry by Judge Turpin Both of the young people were from the Edenton locality GABBETTBAKNES Conrad Barnes antI Miss Fannie Barnes were united in marriage last Thursday Ly Judge Turpin The happy couple hailed from Million BIRTHS MAUPIN To Mr and Mrs Wilt Man pin on the 2nd fine boy GENTBY Mr and Mrs Martin Gen try are receiving congratulations over the birth of a daughter DEATHS EADSMrs Louisa Eads died on tbe 3 rd at Doyle vllle in the7o year other age Her death was due to pneumonia HALE Mr and Mrs Jesse Hale of Million are mourning the death of heir infant child which occurredon Sunday STEVENS Mr John Stevens aged bout 41 years died last week at the attie A Olay Infirmary of a complica ion of diseases Deceased was a coun y patient LANTEK Mr Harvey Lantor an ged citizen of near Union City died astweek at his home His remains rere intered in the family burying rOl1ndsCAIPBItLLMr Floyd Campbell of Lee County died Sunday at Kingston if typhoid fever He was twenty years Id and had come from his home to vis t some relatives who were ill with the bove named disease when he fell a rictim and died- MCROBER3LMr Thomas J Mc Roberts one of the oldest and most In luential citizens of Danville died in hat city lust Sunday morning aged slghtyelght years He hail been In poor health for several years but his condition was not serious until within two weeks before his death Deceased was very successful in all of his bnsi nes deal Inge and amassed a nice for tune He was highly honored and re spected by all By marriage Mr Mc Roberts was closely related in Rich mond and Madison county his wife having been Miss Mary Louise Hume of tbiii county a sister of the late Mrs Thomas Ellis He is survived by four children Misses Mamie and Sue and Messrs John and George McRobcrts all of whom are well known here and lo whom our deepest sympathy is ex tended Funeral services were help Tuesday afternoon and waa largely at tendedi BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too boysin1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for J 25andl 50 Take all and to in value Married at Richmond Miss Minerva Eubank daughter of T JEubank and niece of Mrs Jesse Hodgkin of Elkin with whom she has lived for years was married last week in Richmond to Mr Roger Eades of Doylesville Madison county Tbe couple met in this city and drove through to Richmond Winchester SentinelDemocrat Struck by and county Sunday morning It was accompanied by considerable wind and hail and reports of come in from different sections One death resulted from this storjj the victim be- Ing little Lackey the twelve yearold son of Mr and Mrs Sam of Kingston He and his little sister had started out to an outhouse in the rear ot their home when he was struck by lightning and instantlv killed The little girl vas not harmed This is a great blow to the parents who have the deepest sympathy in their bereavement services were conducted Monday afternoon by Rev GW Shepherd thence his burial in Kingstoncemetery Foul Assassination Mr William Rucker night operator for the Queen Crescent railroad at Danville was assassinated last Thursday night by unknown parties who shot him through tbe window of the depot The ball entered Mr Buckers head killing him almost instantly The robbers then entered and carried away tbe contents of the cash drawer which hundred dollars and a gold watch were left on the dead mans person nn touched Blood hounds were immedi ately pat on the trail and the criminals as far as thence back towards Dicks river within two miles of where the trail was lost The greatest excitement has prevailed ever since the horrible deed was committed and lynching is ex pected in case tho murderer is caught The man Is a native of Paint Lick and was twentyeight years old He is closely related to the Adams Griggs and ot this place He was a brother 01 Mr John Rucker en gineer at the water Works He leaves a young wife to whom he bad been married about a year 210BEE LI Feed of nil kinds is scarce and stock is poorJ Combs is in Lexington visiting relativesMr K Moberly is putting up a new dwelling in our village Mrs Mnggie Noland of Union City is visiting her daughter Mrs R O Moberly of this place Mr and Mrs Wilson Tate have re turned from St Augustine Fla where winterIour merchant of Waco attended the BryanGoebd memorial services at Frankfort Febru ary ChulesThompson is finishing up a large consignment of hickory logs to the Standard Wheel Company of Nich Ky Noah H Tevis born December 28 1832 died January lo 19o4 In the death of Noah H Tevis not only the writer bnt everyone who knew him has lost a true and honest friend He was scrupulously conscientious In all things having no patience with anything dishonest He was a consistent member Of the Christian church wor shiping at Fiatwoods In his death we lost one of tour best citizens and he will ha greatly missed by all who knew him Six days atter his death his son S J Tevis 32 years of age away and hit body was laid beside that of his father in the Collins burying ground near Moberly The family have our sincere sympathy in tbelr afflictions 12your pickof Suits Over coats up 3 for 2 IJrfitnfnr anrllIidamage Andrew Lackey Funeral butatracked Harrodsburg Bryantsville olasville passed 13A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 Grand ConcertThe Musical Event oi the Season As was stated in our last issue music lovers especially have a great treat in store for them for on tomorrow evening Prof and Mrs Oscar Ebrgott and Prof Gorno of Cincinnati will at the Grand Opera House for one of their magnificent concerts Those who heard Prof and Mrs hhrgott before will be sure to attend H e possesses one of the most superb baritone voices while Mrs Ehrgotts rich contralto pleases beyond description She is also an of great note Prof Gorno is one of the foremost pianist of the day With these great artists our people may rast assured that a rare treat is in store for them Smith Nixon Cincinnati will send one of their Grand pianos to be used and a tuner will also come with the instrument to put it in perfect tone and pitch for the concert We trust that all will bear this in mind that this is to be the event of the season both from an artistic and social stand point and no one who to admire all that is beautiful and classical cant afford to miss this concert Remember tile date tomorrow evening February lltb at the Grand Opera House The program will begin at eight oclock SituationIThe greatest t has been prevailing In Berea for more than a week as a result of the citizens of Borea appearing before the house committee to advocate the passage of the Day bill on coeducation The situation has been almost one of warfare between the citizens and Berea College which institution receives both white and black pnpiln and Is therefore making a bitter fight against the bill Public speakings have been held at President Frost of the college severely denounced the action of tho citizens who went to Fm nkfortaud worked his hear Mrs up to such a state of excitement that at the conclusion of his remarks Mr Jl1 Early a prominent citizen of that town and spokesman for the Berea delegation was hanged in effigy on the public svnare The peo icdiegofeel that they will win in their fight Madison county is almost solid in its support of tho bill to prohibit the mixed schools in the State The fol lowing petition is being circulated by leading citizens here and Is meeting with hearty approval receiving on the first day over a thousand signatures The petition which is given below will be sent to the Legislature To the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky We the undersigned citizens of Madison county Ky irrespective of political affiliation do most heartily endorse the lull introduced by the Hon Carl DAY of the county of Breathitt forbidding under proper penalties the coeducation of the white and colored races in this Commonwealth This bill will prevent the education of white boys and girls with colored boys and girls as now conducted in an institu tion known as lierea college situated on the southwest border of this county this institution was founded here in the open defiance of the organic law of this Commonwealth as it then existed and has been maintained in oppositiou to the customs views and most cher ished convictions of the good people of this country Under the plea of educating the youth its main purpose has been to teach the social equality of the white and colored races Donations in givenbyby hatred of and prejudice against the Southern people and their institutions jtUthatwhite people the social of the negro institution from Its or gnnization to this hour teaching social equality of the races been a blot andburis Involved as all donations founded raceshaveand of the public sentiment of the State and we earnestly request the General Assembly to speedily pass this bill 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 7S0iSplendid collection of good warm durable Suits forknockabout cost is trifliI1g750a 5OO SUITS iReduced from 8 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried over from last year and marked them all at one price everydayCash only none charged these prices will not allow it U 1 DYINITON BANK liB OUR FITS J GT Richmond murdered others appear accompanist professes excitemel which t t CLOSING OUT e A iit Having closed a contract with James L Pence the house raiser of Cincinnati and Todd Sons of Richmond to remodel our store we will be compelled to close out The Entire tock ot Cost t Every day this great January and February Clearance Sale grows greater for every customer who takes advantage of the values we offer becomes an enthusiastic advertiser of the genuineness of our sale We cannot impress upon you too strongly thts all important fact that while other stores are only offering the leftovers of their winter stocks we have absolutely Marked Down Every Dollars Worth of Merchandise in our Store and have added to the sale our beautiful new Spring Stock of goods arriving daily all of which go in at our low January and February exceptional J Black and Colored Dress Goodsn Cheviots Voiles Etamines Broadcloths Mohairs Granites SuitPatternsandCrepesinallthewantedshades tIr awJ n k 2 tJa U 1 q ydAllAll 50c Oxfords in figures and stripes at 39c AH 1 Oxfords in figures and stripes at 75c Alt lOc Flannellettes at 6 J4c All 18c Flannellettes at lOc All lOc Outing Flannels at 7 J2c All 18 ond25c Silkolines now J2 l2c All JO and J2 l2c Cretons now 6 i4 and8c 79cAllOur J Outing Night Dresses 79c Our 89c Outing Night Dresses 69c Our J Flannellette Wrappers at 75c AH Blankets and Comforts at cost Smyrna Moquette and Fur Rugs at cost Regia 1 Sateen Petticoats at 89c RegiaJ 50 Sateen Petticoats at 1 23 Ladies 50c Muslin Night Dresses at 42c 475c U63c11J 00 II 4189cLadies J 8c Corset Covers J5c II50c II42c II75c II4463cJ Ie89c 25c Linen Towels at J9c J5eII 813c JOeII 7 J2c Table Linens and Napkins in matchsets at cost Respectfully Yours OWEN MCKEE 2 tJ STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock ina rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona c Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and 1 Gold Mining and Milling Company Beltextendingc V CVin tliH inot modern Built emetic manner 18 daimsand everv claim will be a mineore in sight on every c one CupPer Gold Sliver and Lead all in payinir quantities with good assays in Tin Uranium etcLarge quantities u f iron and limn assure rednclinn of ore on the ground Those who did tint tallY stock in the great minintr popertles of Arizona and other parts of the west when it wax oIfi red for lOu a slare and later on went to 76 per share now buy in the r c ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co SO Cents per ShareV which pus the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid aid nonassessable Pr- oc ceeds from tale ofstock goes into lt v lopment work for machinery used III mining mid milling and the hoist intf VNoIuteIsali It Iilllot oUrtll 3SI aIIcutatinn but sean irsvisttnent for it must advance in price ThfJ Geti- eral Matr seat From present inilications itlbck should be at par beFore the cloo oFtlte year The inc ovtlltor willllot Ct that HavInr the Uuited Vsrde Senator larks millo with its BillionDollar Ore Body ill Sight OH the northwest and on thA outIiwtst thf Copper Queen of Itisbef and other mines operated bv Phelpe IHlge Cn who have turned their attention from banking to minim because it pays better that V this as an investment tl- wMining Opportunity of thePresent Century rFor further Information address gtM FOK15E MJrVUlohe Arizona c r4 WHITHAM rrW L OKUTCHKK G W EVANS C JI AcwFirmAND c A Magnificient Stock of Goods 2 t tEverything for the home beautiful V V can be found in our V evervbodSv Iand our pces will suit I r u- nj J Weare at home at Joplins old stand on A Main street we guarantee the V andmost polite attention give us a call Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky f CD Louinille tItc i1oiL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND t or VerMille8LawreBOebarg 1pmaDdFor Irvine nod BeattyTilhs 11S tm I TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prow Ixraiirille Laxlagtoa awl lltMara Cincinnati t ftttr BI um Irvine aR4 UwttjrTilte Oa ptn If iIR SMITIIOPPAr Versailles Ky R A Woolunw S A Richroood Ky L1 NTirn T Dlc ILrtI p i l2bpi ill tllm 1lIm LIvIngSlust No 1 CHnMti Bad Uvings too Bxprenc north bound No 4 Cianati and UvtMga ton HxproM north bound No 5 Clnnatl and UriBec cia Bx aoath bound I No 10 Stanford awl MatIvUIe Aoera north beam Ne SUnferd Mays vile Accm south bound No Richmond and Row- Land Ace south bound 44 Richmond bound n u E 0 Vance D 0 p Irs OVance DO 1tt6 p 115 pm 168 am 116 pm sQ am ad M 890 am No 11 and staR lord north E Osteopathic Physicians MotMoa ling iiiffratnrx turn ished on application JrY CONSULTATION FREE Faduates 8outrljSchool of OMcwepathy j OLD JOE VIIISKY At hand ma Ift Snir Mush Every drop pOHrn1- teeil to lw pure It of style nwHU- faittnre No BEI1ER ran he found for medicinal pnr poses You want the best FurnIshed Strictly to Family Trade 10 yar old in juip3 t00 per gallon 10 Imulos 5 2604 juirs bottles 3rev Whisky 80 per gallon l I Orders promptly filled 5WILEY SBARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery 1rcBra e- rnvltr Anderson county Kv 01 RIPANS Tabules nt = Doctors find 4A good prescription For mankind The Nt parkat is ennneh for ocmi nH The family bottlp is rontains a Rbpply for a year The x drUjli818 e11 their iuiTIiotnpsv na well known clfi bu llItHJ MitlersburgIi1 hip IJlIJlJtnu- A11r tt- ilJt3 JOS D SecTreasurer Branch Offl e 248 Equitable Bide Denver Colorado JR store and best Bull old PROFESSIONAL OARDSI ATTORNEYS 1MILLER ATTOUHHTATLiW IllCHUOHD KENTOeKT- Olfiee n the Burnam Building next door to irmcrs Nitloeal Back feb3ly JA ZTIjIjISTA1 ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co op oaite Court House on Main Street 0 D 11 OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKKTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylor IJros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKYO- ffice in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICH IONU KENTUCKY ofice in tkr Dr Hobson budding MinStreet DENTAL STJE03RT- OT OaVcTVvwc V obsorv DSIITIST OF LOUISVILLE Ky ftQKce next door to Government Building IthmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to 4 nevllly h V M Blanton DENTIST VOfHceiu Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday February 10 1904 no u KILLTHECOUOKlAND IIWITH II FOR Drl Kings I I New Discovery I CONSUMPTION I50c Surest aaa uuioivct Cure for all I THROAT end LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY SACK J FRANK A WRIGHT Vice President rBlanch Office 910 Tacoma BJdj Chicago Illinois IIayI650 Bales Choice Clo ver Hay For Sale o6 In Quantities to Suit Jno fie Taylor Son Telephone 112 ++ CALL AT++ + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett louse storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce jive 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 SPjaulv RICHMOND KY TO THOSE 4 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fences6iu ElI iI1 H I Weare pleased lostat that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Aibnckle Simmons Hearer it Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John htapp Burton Roberts J V Teater J W Prewitt L A Wearren r C McWharter Bickner Early JT Coy R chmond House Valley View Ruth ton Paint Lick- aIIaceton Berea Kirkvll1e 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE P TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CAnyoneanInventionPatentslentreceivelpeeiaiScientific flmericati A handsomely lllustratod weekly Largest ctr of scientific Journal rrayeftr thnrmnnthL StM htI MUNngCD 3BtBroadwar New York Branch Oltlce CS F 8U Waibtngton D C Weak HeartsevetyoneIndlgC300tlon onlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theIthatdelicatestoniaiiIrnublo four1n0llKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nerve strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles onlr S 100 SIze holding 254 tost the fald- slza which Sells for 5Oc- PIIIJIrM by E 0 DWtTT 00 OHIOAQO For ealo by Perry TIiomaa jA r Cutting Outfit For Sale Eight horsepower gasoline engine large cutter and belting all complete and in good running order Apply to D S Harbor Richmond Ky W N Wheeler dec23 2ino Red House Ky BLUE GRASS TRACIIOIf COMPANY IGeor2ttown Ltrlnjloo Trac tion Co Cars leave Paria for Lexington every hour from 7 a in in 8 p in mid at 10 p m Leave Lexington every hour rotn6arnto7plnandaiD pm Single tare 40 wnts Time 55 tniiiuicB lee Lexington for GeorK tiwii ev nry hour from 7 a in to 11 p in except 11 am p m 8 and 10 p in leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a nr to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 noon 7 and 9pm- Y Alexander President A Cure for Eczema My baby had Ecjfina su had that its head was a soliil nianH of S4alS and its har all came out I tried mallIremedies but none fempllio permanant wood until I used used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Tin Eczema is cured the f enln are gone and the little oneV nalp in perfcctlv clean and its hair IR Jloldll Hnntilnll again I cannot give too lunch praise to DeWitts Vicii hhl47l Salve Fran Farmer lllntf nt y Kv I o liuyinu Witch hazel Snlve look out for count erfeits leVi ls is the oriuinnl and the only one roniaininj pure Witcli Hazel The iiHine K n OWitt r0 is on every box Sold bv E O Wines 1m The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South firn Railway Co Special Rates To The West And Southwest On the first and third Tuipday of Jan Feb Mardi and April 1004 the Missouri PHI tic Railway and Iron Mountain Rmite will inive on sale special oneway anil round trip ex cnrsion tickets to curtain poiiitn III tile Wet and Southwest The round trip tiokclB will hear fiial return limit of twentyone day frm date of sale Special ouewav ciiloniRts rates to California irketK mi Halednrlnunmnih of March aid April alo ruin Sept 15ihtuOit 15 h inclusive 19i 4 Now ill the time to visit Hot Spring Ark Write for illn iratetS hookieit For In forniaiioi to raiei elf addr bS A A Gallagher It P A 411 Walnut tit Cincinnati O Relief in One Minute Ono Minirtt tongh Cure gives relief In one ininui hectHiisc it kills disc mi crobe which nckels the nnicons tnem tiratie cauBint the concli and at the same time cears the phlegm draws nit the inll mat ion and heals and soothes the tfVi ted parts One Minute lon h Cure strengthens the hung Willll off pltf1111101lla and is a harmlnt and never failintr cure in all eurxble casosof COUBIH Colils and Jroup One Minute Couei Curl is plencatit to take harmless and jjwid alike for young nn l old Sold hv K C Wines Im Notice Having purchased a onehalf interest in the amwin livery stable on Mnin street I c riliHllv itvitn all mv friend and patrons 10 0I1I1t me at my new quarters when I will he in a position to Ferve the public more faithfully than in time past 13j3t L O SHEARER Stops tho Cough and Works off the Cofd Laxative Bromo Qtinine Tr let cure a cold in one dav No euro no pay Price 25 ge- ntaFor Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo Nol No2No3 No4 INo5IND No7 INO8 INo9No J No 11 No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 21 Nt25 d A twostoy frame residence contemn IOR 6 rooniR and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 4ttxl50 feet small barn Pi ice 1000 tiW less than original coat No 22 No 23 A twootory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild- Ing A greet bargain for anj one de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from cout 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 street Building in good repair Price srxxj will bay a good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40x feet Price SlO residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other im provementslu floe locality Price t500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no Other improve ments Can be bought in connection wltbNo 8 Price JlOOO Four cottages on nice street well Improved Pnce 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 II ndoie twostory residence In AndI INO17No INO19INo20 producingfarm Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price J3X 0 flood lot suitable for hnsines bouse can be bought cheap One of the best improved farms In Mndl on county containing acres Goo l orchard and all necessary out buildings Church and con venient Situated on pike A four nx m collage and even acres of lnd five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard and crape bnlldlngThisthriving villiige where churches alit schools are convenient Price luIUcbmond cityLotA twostory residence In good neighborhood Lot 120x159 feet All necessary outbuilding Priic 2800 A nice residence for anyone desir Ingnn ideal home One cfthe best constructed liuildinirs In Richmond well Improved 2200 Two lots I2oxl 0 feetin good neigh horliood Price 700 Co tage on a nice resident street cniiiiiiiiing four rooms and acres Iurchoedngreal bargain at 1100 Will oaln residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of live rooms flecir4aryiuIuliding1cluding Price HAW Will cli paintresidence ceufahIporches iituined in best rclrteni portion of rlty Stable coal bom buildingsdesiring iilRvhotuo eightniiisfromihisclty all grass and U At good farm and thlllandLocalitybat1rzpopDty 0 Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AyersCherrykuow It greatly strengthens weak IIIIIK P A ItOBissoN Saline Mich 12SnclltOO for jcayancotjweil i Weak Lungs I Ayers Pills Increase the activity of the liver and thus aid recovery h BARON TEACHES SCHOOL Independent German Aolilemnn Give Lp Life of Ease for TJint of In- Htructor in Iowa Eldora la boasts having as one of its residents a real German baron and member of one of the oldest and most aristocratic families of Europe This citizen is Baron Heinrich Hans Hermann Gustav Alexander Edmund Von ReltzenIsteinthe Hohenzollcrns as the records prove This young baron who is about 26 years of age has lived there for thepast year and for the means of passing away the time Is engaged In teaching school and being finely educated and of an aristocratic family is held in high esteem in the community Baron Von Reitzenstein moves in the best society and is very successful at his chosen line of work He does not need to thus employ himself to gain a livelihood being constantly In receipt of remittances from his German bankers but he is an independent nobleman who loves America and her people and prefers to thus live in the United States than to spend the remainder of his daY in a castle home upon the Rhine Baron Von Reitzenstein has five broth ers who are all officers In the German army and one uncle Baron Von Reit zenstein of Saxony is the royal Instructor of the royal princes of Saxony The family are all very learned and the ESora profile are proud of their nobleman citizen WOMEN SCARCE IN FIJI Sex Qnmtlnu In Ialand Tlenclien Se non Since totl te of DrU- b IniiiilRrnlloii Clerk The sex question in Fiji In connection with the Indian coolie immigration into that colony has reached such a serious stage that J W Davidson one of the clerks In the British immigration department has been compelled to write a minute about it He points out that at the end of 1902 the percentage of females to males of all ages in the colony was found to be 5113 the number of women in 100 adults being about Such disproportion of the sexes he says Is favorable to the prevalence of those complications and grievances which account for the majority ofhoml cides and perhaps also of the suicides which have to be recorded annually not to mention many violent assaults Mr Davidson refers to statistics showing that for every 20 girls born into the world there are 21 boys and quotes Buckle the historian as saying If the proportion which is kept up In the births of the sexes were to be greatly disturbed even for a single generation society would be thrown into the most serious confusion and a great Increase in the vices of the people would infallibly ensue SAVED BY GANDERS AGE Attentcil re ll jrce of Wild Fowl Ab olvex Minnesota Grocer from Violation of Game Lam The well attested pedigree of a wild gander 23 years of age Is all that saved a grocer of Minneapolis from a heavy- fine for violating the game laws of Minnesota said a citizen of the Gopher state recently Our game wardens are veritable sleuths and they recently secured what they considered evidence of a bad viola tion of the game laws by a grocer In the shape of a wild goose which was exposed for sale When the case was brought for trial the grocer offered evidence to show that the alleged con traband goose was only a halfbreed purchased from a poultry raiser named JohnsonMr testified that 23 yearsbe- fore he found a stray wild goose egg which he placed under a hen with the result that a gander was hatched This gander now celebrated in Minnesota court records for nearly a quarter of a century was crossed withtame geese and the halfblood marketed regularly every year Mr Johnson volunteered to produce the gander In court If necessary and the game wardens retired baffled and defeated JILTED WOMAN GETS DAMAGES Ficklentin of Strain Who Wim Engaged TwcntSIx YeAr Cot huh aLnrge Sam As compensation to a woman who after being engaged for a quarter of a century Is finally jilted by the man who had won her affections a London jury the other day assessed damages of 3250 Miss Eliza Dawes of Manchester sued William Brown for breach of promise She Is now 46 and he is 52 She was a girl of 18 when Brown won her heart Two years later they became engaged Brown promising to wed as soon as his mother died an event which was short ly expected but Mrs Brown persisted in living on until two years ago Then the marriage was fixed for March 1902 To Brown however the Idea of mar riage seems to have lost its charm for suddenly he sailed for America There he became engaged to a young woman so his first and faithful betrothed be lIeved if her duty to institute proceed cspeIclanyThe Deadly Doctor A New York man committed suicide rather than unuergo an operation for appendicitis The Chicago Hecord Herald remarks that he must have been afraid the doctors could do something worse than kill him Greatest Problem of the Age The American Medical Magazine ad vises us not to work between mealy Pleasant advice remarks the Louis ville CourierJournal but if we take it how are we to get the meals Are You Going toFIorlda fr Winter Tonri r nirkeftl fcn sale via Queen Crescent Rnnfe Southern Railway and connpctiiic lines to points South Southeast and Snnttiiresr re fliicel rate nod returning Mv 31 1904 Tickets can now hp purrbascd to Jacksonvillo and St Aueimtina via Tiopkout Mnnutnin anil Allnntn re turning via AsheviIJn and the Tat or tho Sky with ntcp over privileges For rates and information addea G B Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or WO Binearen GPii CincilnaU EMULATES ROBOT HO nTurkish Bandit Refuse a Pardon But Escapes and Oecoui a Friend of the Poor An influenUal Albanian Pasha at the palace of the Turkish sultan who has interests In a mint near Smyrna recent ly secured the pardon of a brigand named Tchakldgl who had terrorized the work people In the hope of putting an end to his persecution Tchakldgi however In view of the tate of his father who had been par doned and then treacherously shot and especially disliking the Albanians refused the pardon and took to the hills Eighty Albanians who were em ployed to hunt him down amused them selves by fleecing the peasants They also gave protection to Ave brigands who had carried off a man named Photo from the Sokia plain The villagers complained to Tchakld gi who has a craze for righting as he believes the wrongs of the poor and oppressed whether Christian or Turk He thereupon appeared with eight companions and shot the five brigands and 15 of the Albanians Not satisfied with this vengeance he gave It out that he would kill every Al heIshooting the man employed The Albanians have In consequence theirIname for himself as a savior of the poor that It will be difficult to getbold of him He is regarded by the lower class as a sort of saint NO SONGS FOR THE SOLDIERS ofIRollicking sonay be written for the soldier to sing at camp gatherings and melodies with a stately swing may heIhim an official song book Col Barrington Foote the command ant of Kneller hall the military musical school where the bands are trained to play thought It would be a good thing to have a standard book of soldiers songs something after the style of the Soldatenuiederbuch of the German army Capt Basil Hood wrote a fine rollick- Ing song entitled On the High Road and Mr Hamish MacCunn set It to just the kind of music that would help a body of soldiers along on the march They crnld sing It with a swing and there Is heartiness In the words Mr HacCunn gave the military authorities the copyright for use in the proposed soldiers song book and J number of suitable songs old and new were looked up In readiness for the collectlona copy of which it was hoped would soon be presented to each soldier But the treasury shook Its head re ofIproject has fallen through FIFTY YEAR ROMANCE ENDS Childhood Sweethearts Meet After Half a Century and Ar Married at Belleville HI iA romance more than half a century old has culminated at Belleville Ill In the marriage of Christopher Deinlnger to Mrs Eva Haile Mr Deinlnger 79 years old and his bride is 70 As children they played together and always the boy nine years older than the girl watched tenderly over her As they grew older they still held their affec tlon for one another and at last were betrothedThey separated however and after a few years both married others and each had a family For years they never heard of one another as they had moved to other cities Recently they met in Belleville and renewed their old friendship This rap Idly ripened into the old love and they were married and left on the wedding journey they might have taken mora than 50 years ago EDICT OF A KANSAS MAYOR City Council of Severance to Impoae Tax on All Young Men Who Fall to Get Bride This Year Mayor W J Wyncoop of Severance Kan has issued a proclamation to all bachelors of that town to marry during this year or hereafter pay to the city a bachelors tax which the mayor says the ely council will impose Mayor Wyn coop advises the young women of that town to improve this leap year oppor tunity and select their husbands A man who will not marry and support a wife is not much of a citizen in the eyes of Mayor Wyncoop If the girls propose to them and they refuse it will go hard with them he says Judge Mitchell of Douglas county has also announced that he would perform yeariwoman to propose Smoke Without Harm ITo poisoning has long been a subject of investigation by Prof Furst of the University of Lelp zig Germany who finds that tobacco may be smoked without Injury to the smoker by observing the following precautions 1 Use only mild tobacco 2 smoke only good tobacco 3 do not smoke the last half of a cigar or tho end of a cigarette 4 If a cigar or a cigarette goes out do not relight it do not sit In a room filled with the tunes of tobacco 6 do not chew the end of a cigar 7use a cigar holder or a cigarette holder with a bit of cotton to catch the ate otine 8 at home smoke only pipes with long stems and preferably a nargilca A vegetable liquid for governingor ziug the flow of womens menses which occur once in every lunar month BRADFIELDSFemale is the psentjal quality of powerful herbs al1aptedforproperlyassimilated otherIrregularity regularuse necessitatercco11tructionafter ofblpodduce chronic catarrh lucorrhea or thcseirritatingdisIcharges ioo per bottle freePerfectJHE PR4DF1UP KEfIHOI AUotv II Stoves h AT COSTWe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close out at cost for cashC3T ID t ii Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We jjtcan examine sell you one of our wagons for what you would pay for an inferior make Come in and if F and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed = ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made ji kumtn flAKDlb Mh VORK and sale C large line of T of This the in world at cost and Do not to visit our house when I Seven Million sold in post 12 months This A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY S One small bottle of Halls Great nil eovery cures all kidney and bladder ronblHS removes gravel halIdes semiim emissions weak and lame hack lienniattKin and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men nil wiinjpnrejrulHtes bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drnc nAt will be sent by mail on seneipt of 51 One is two months roatniHtit and will jre anvcH8 above nentinned Dr K W Hall fade innn jfacttirer P 0 fox 629 Su Louis Mo Send for te tirm tiinls Sold hv all Irujrcist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear ir I have used one bottle of the fxas Wonder Halls Great Discov oryfor kidney and bladder trouble I veifjhed 150 ponnds when I began using It to day I wtigh 176 pounds stol I eel better tlinn I have in twenty years iiid I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jin lv JOIN RIDDEL Thereare ith hid ars who would not take boodle if they had no chance Fire at Ky Ky Feb 2Flre broke out in the Adams Express CoJs new building Monday morning at 430 oclock A blinding snow storm and gale placed the fire department at a disadvantage The line new building and much valuable express matter Is a total loss Three Candidates For State Treasurer Paris Ky Feb 2Col II P Thompson Abraham R Pick and C B Ecton prosperous business men of Clark county were here Monday to announce themselves as candidates for the democratic nomination for state senator from this senatorial Another Capitol Bill Promised Frankfort Ky Feb 2Wllhln the next week a new capitol bill will prob ably be Introduced Its object being to repeal that section of the new law requires the erection of the cap ito on the site as provided by the Guffy amendment No Kentucky Chautauqua This Year annual feature of social and religious life In Lexington fen the past 15 years will not give a meeting this year ow ing to Woodland park being transferred to the city New Kentucky Corporations Frunkfort Ky Feb 2During the month of January 71 new companies with an aggregate capital stock of 1were Incorporated in the secre tary of office and paid the state 1499 organizations tax Killed By His FatherInLaw Owensboro Ky Feb21Jum Den nlson 35 was shot and by John Feaster his fatherinlaw Feaster ia In jail The cause of the shooting is said to be family trouble Feaster claims selfdefense A Candidate For Delegate Russellville Ky Feb 2Postmas ter Isaac G Mason of Adalrville Lo publican convention from the Thrd congressional The world contains 99000 locomo tives of which 56500 are iii Europe j We are Badly Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too 25 Per Cent Offon every Overcoat Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of our in season and not wait until the season is over This includes our Alfred Benjamin Suits and Overcoats Also our Youths childrens Clothing means to you best clothing the opportunityComefail in Lexington GUS TR4US Lexingtons Lebding Clothiers DayIboxes signature small bottle Ashland Ashland district which present nltuck 499600 states killed la1dldAte districtI Cos StoveS buyingTin Many Clothing lOUIS in on every box 25c I YINCH S1 RFACTORY LOADED SHOTCUN SHELLS Its shootWinchestersuits they give Its their entire reliability even r WinchesterII1IxI smokeless powder Iare the best shells on the market Winchester powderIwgl favoriteblack oftheseS THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT 9tee 1- 6tDIB HACKELFOQD co Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FtELLND HOC FENCE lmn5TTr1Trnc 7 1 i==T j 5 IttTR alatEtyi- Sisys IC ord In aart rn Cures 55 lXCU c r 4 r e 0 J d of large strong Ugh grade st iti ol rilply provides forexpanson and contraction Is prlICuy v r ning Never goes wron DO matter bow great a strain 5puf oni bogsndEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and It nowrj1clayssztD B Sliockeilord CO li MY NAME IS Aitl itci s TfiURMAMOn Row iJJ tAn- Buys d CripI r Made Sausage I t SKINS i Ia rr s Q I addressGeneral j f g Iii S X l1 I P ifuLmuS z i Jio ilk Itiir 117 t l a t It to sI d or DrI on lid Ids uiI 0 or et an EZ In Jf f 1904J 3 ale DIBS 03OF Land and Town Lots John F Wafers Sheriff of Madison County will offer at Public Sale in trontfof the Court House door in Richmond Ky i- mMonday March 7t04 It being County Court Day between the hours of 10 a m ond 6 p mi the following properly to pay the taxes Assessed against the same for the year 19 3 i WHITE LIST Richmond No J Baxter J R R Burnam 1 lot 2 60 Barber E tZHbetti A 1 lot 13 70 7 Barlow Mrs Blanche 1 lot 7 90 Blunt Srtin II rl lot 11 40 Boltou Mrs Mary PIlot 7 90 Bubl Jue 4 tote 17 60 Clore tave u r lot 790 Creech Hiram 1 lot 4 80- r Davis Mrs iSnllie Allot 6 16 Day J Tuyior n r 1 lot 6 76 Davis Frank lot 6 00 Doty UhHH K 40 acres 13 00 Faulkner Mrs anrle 1 lot 11 46 Parley Win L hrs lot 4 4U Hart Mrs Ota I lot Itl 15 Ilucker Theodore hrs lot S 25 Harrison 0 Ii 8 lots 11 40 Hamilton Jas T n r lot 6 20 Harris Win T 4 acres 18 Harris Mrs Alcy 1It s 00 Hicks Mrs B ie2 lots 11 45 Jones Misti Elizabeth lot 3 5 Johnson li ftilat M lot 5 25 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 90 Langtord Callie 1 lot 7 9t Marcuui 0 P lot 1 lU 1olarcum Uarnlfl F 3 lots 7 85 McCollum MibSarali J lot 11 45 Hurray John W 68 acres S3 Oi- lMisner E Mu r 4 lots 4 40 OhiverETur3los 5 55- Parririli Stephen D 2 lots 7 6 Parrish S D I S Powell 1 lot 26i- Pilitf Mn Iabeile n r lot 11 4i Rice B xer lot 175 Ktoveiir Iis lot 6 7i Taylor Hurum lut 13 Taylor Pemiluton 27 acres 5 Thomas Dun 1 lot 6 00 Wallace H G 1 lot 10 70 j White CiiHS lot 9 K White W U Joe Bush 1 lot Ill 2 White W U i G W Evans 1 lot 2 a 4 FOX roWN XO 2IBlevins Sarah 2 acres 2 4 Bowlin JniiitN ji 4 acres 4 6f Brink Mm Wu N 27 acres 4 4i Blythe Aion n r 22 acres 14 26 Collins Eaiti 7 acres 3 Oozier 1tn Sr 10 acres 9 50- Purbes lluri 12 acres 17 75 GntlstlJS7Cres 570 King Sam n r 00 acres 3 80 Kilt Mm 81111 II r 60 acres 440 Eastern John and Wm 12 acres 4 41 Newl y Jiiin r I Here 5 Uewby JHHIB 16dcres 4 8 K ank DHVH23 acres 6 Tate Ca 25 ef M lf Taylor Mil e 75 mres 17 a- TillHtt Wm 45 acres 8 il Wai Her Jom Sr acre 485 Weddle Cyrus acre 4 Oi a UNION NO 3 Acre Henry 43 acres 7 2i Bowman Jonah 10 acres 65 Bonny Nathan n r 4 acres 3 25 SCrutcherDenny Mrs tiusaii 10 acres 3 4 Dixon Lewis n r 80 acres 12 15 Estes J HSacres 6 00 Freema Mrs Nancy hrs 30 acs 5 55 Lamb Z rkGOacjes 9 50 Noland W T 46 ares 9 50 Sexton Arch nm 32 acres 500 Turpin Mrs lnllin2oacres 3 80 Waller Chtirly 35 acres It Walden Thos 4 acres 6 60- ELLISTON NO4 Adams A W 25 acrea 6 00 Alexander Wm Sr 100 acres 7 15 Baker J141neK 6 acres 5 40 BfinRfl Janiei 70 tcrES 8 3o Conner Wcwlty 51 acres 13 4u Carpenter Martin 75 acres 4 Carpenter Gtrgf 10 acres 41O Carpenter lane acre 3 2j- C yle Win 2 acres 4 20 Cox JaR admr Mary J upie 115 aires 6 35 25Dalton20FrenchGentry lave 3 acres 4 80 Graes FcUar acre 2 60 40Hill440HulRonHornesily Harry n r 100 acres 11 45I 00JacksonJaiJohnson Gui 2 icres 4 20 Kaylor It e 1 acres 4 20 Kelley hrs 80 acres 5 00 King F M 60 acres 655 Laws John P 50 area 5 40s Lakes James M 160 acres 8 30 Likes Curt 4 acres 5 00 Lakes Bet tie 25 acres 2 Likes Win N 100 acres 4 80 Lamb Sylvester 48 acres 600 Lamb JULIO 35 acres 4 80 Lynch James 50 acres 6 55 Lowens C A 20 acres 1 lot 12 40 Miller John T 75 acres 8 30 Matthews lames 3 acres 4 00 JIver Plieobv 130 acres 6 70 Jlfller Daniel 7 acres 4 20 Richardson Henry 15 acres 4 SO Riddle LmisaCo acres 5 50- Rogers Jih n r 25 acres 2 60 Bowers Robt 2 acres 4 35 Taylor Li nard n r 137 acres 14 00 3 50 tTuttle1JoeRnr6o acres 5 55 Williams Wm 156 acres 9 50 I Winkler Shelbind 7 acres 4 30 YATES NO 5 75Iacres Alcorn John 10 acres 4 K Anglin John W 7 acres 7 95 Bates James 59 acres 6 0 Baker Robt 5 acres 4 85 Bongo Pitman 122 acres 14 K Benge Warren 7 acres 4 00 Bratcher Wm 36 acres 9 35 Burnell Lyman 50 acres 5 40 iirsre DHarrisonHaley Anderson U 100 acres 950 In Hollowav Mrs E F 3 acres 260 Jones Caleb 2 acres 13 60 Johnson Beverley S 8 acres 5 6 S 85Johnson 25Lain 60ICacres 385Slaupiu 80McGnireOverly Jas H 59 acres 10 80 05e4 85RogersSkinner Daniel 5o acres 8 So tr 2oTurpinVanwinkle James 5 acres 4 2o- yanwinkle Pal 15 acres 4 85 Williams Joe E 2oo acres 14 2o Woodyard Tobitha 3 acres 2 5o Woodall Wm T 16 acres 6 4o GLADES NO 6 8oritBeasler Kallie 1 acre 2 60 II Burnell Jasper 2 acres 4 lo g owler JX 1 acre q 301 GalI o AYmT43 acres 8 Gabbard John hrs 2o acres 4 Gentry David B 25 acres 8 Po Giles1Mrsllary Hot 44 acres 6 00 Harrison Burdette F n r 25 acts S 25 Hatfield Wm 1 lot 455 Hardin L S 1 lot 4 85 Hardin Mrs Mary F 1 lot 5 55 Hanson Mrs ELI lot 2125 Hanson C F 1 lot 19 20 Hill Joe 1 acre 4 2o HiIINallcyL E Jones 85 acre 275 Holtzclaw David n r 1 lot 67o Isaac Godfrey n rilot 6 In Kiles Henry 4 4 Luwman Mrs Nancy n r 25 acs 320 Lawson W H 3 acres 600 Maiden Mrs Mary 13 acres 2 4o MahaiTey Mrs Ellen H lot 3 85 Mitchell John H hrs 10 acres 4 40 Moore Lue and Mary 62 acres 7 Oo Ogg James 9 acres 4 So Iurks Richard 2oo acres 6 on Pawley James n r 1 acre 3 oo Parson WOn r 5 acres 2 So Pennaman II M n r ISo acres 4 90 Preston D Allot 9 15 Quinly John 8 8 acres 5 4o Ramsey A P So acres 7 So Uollins C M 1 lot 8 So Reynolds John W 1 lot 7 10 RIce Mrs Maggie S 2 acres 140 Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 40 Settles George 111 acres 1 lot 33 Oo Sexton Mrs John 4 acres 10 25 Thompson Harvy n r 1 lot 32Tiddale Geo W 65 acres 15 55 Todd Susan 2 acres 2 So loddSusan agt for Grover Gen try acre 26 Todd Matts hrs 266 acres 63 So Watkins Ihos H 1 lot 2 6Q Watkins L Allot 4 2o Wallace E B 3 acres hot 2o on Weaver Julia lo acres 2 to Weaver John n r1 acres 20Willitm Silas n rOiacres 6 7o Wilson John R n r3 acres 2 75 Young John T n r ion acres 4 4o KIKKSVILLE No7 Hill Eliz b th Mrs 68 acres 16 II Harton Nancy Mrshrs 27 acres 5 6 HHJJHII Lee II r 60 acres 25 55 Madison Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 6o Myew W W n r 1 lot 2 Go Nickles Kate Mrs 1 loj 13 So Prewitt Martha n r 15 acres 5 cc Iuiins Civde acre 12 9 Itliodus John 1 acre 4 8 Ross Alex 48 acres 17 95 Ierl Cam 10 acres 8 30 Sebaston Herman II r 20 acres 6 55 Shrewsliarry Frank C 30 acres 1000 Taylor Oscar 4 abres 6 65I Thomas W B 2 acres 6 Warren Letcher B 14 acres 9 50 White Green Mrs acre 2 60 White Annie L Mrs G5 acrea 700 MILLION yo 8 lIen Wyatt 1 lot 12 05 Burryinan Sam T80 acres 144 toUer Jacob n r 1 lot 5 55 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 4 40 viurton Eiizibeth 5 aeres 3 25 Butcher J M 0o u r 1 lot S 25 Burgess James H lot 6 55 allico Morris 36 acres 7 85 dllieoClarkieSlorrjs 30 acres 5 00 C 3oatesox Sallie lot 325 Colston Rachel 2acres 2 60 Chandler Robert 16 acres 5 50 fair Brock I lot 420 osier Robert acre 3 So ister Jol Ill r 2 5U John 17 acres 7 7 lallJolm W n r 50 acres 84 laden L ur 380 Heatbman Talt 4 acres 5 40 Hensley Mildred n r 30 acres 4 9 Holland Mary 3 ncrPS 2 Oil Hubbard Jrhn H 16 acres 9 So Holaday John heirs 3o acres 32 shill WillMtm 2 acrts 4 s Kelley Nettie 39 acres 5 8 Land Sallie 35 acres 6 7 Locker William acre 4 2 Lowry Lizzie Mrs 16 acres Ino iwr Gre n Jr 13 acres 5 2n ixiwry Jani s lo acres 48 OiiwrvMasters Snrreptha 28 acres 5 8 otinriey Dan InS acres 14 2 Vwhy Pollnmy heirs 62 acres 6 I Perkins Dave I lot 4 4i tenfroe Sant lo acres 4 S Renfroe Robert 15 acres 4 81 anders Mrs AlicSO acres 3 So n leis John H 15 acres 7o Sanders Emily Mrs 32 acrea 79fba ton Rufus 5 acres 4 8 ocker Leona Mrs 7 acres 3 45 illett Robert lot 4 55 Undeiwood Rosa lo acres 445 Wheeler Cash 1 lot 6 cc COLORED LIST Richmond No J 735UlllleWBullew Mamif 1 lot 575 dallew letclier ot 7 15 Italian t love 1 lot 7 15 Barnes Henry 1 lot 4 80 tSarnlI Henry and Hebecca lot 4 15 llarnert It L 0 Crawlord lot 3 85- ieiia Charley 1 lot 8 30- tliggribtatl Jim I lot 540 70UiyiheIHytlie James lot 5 75 1070BionstonDrouslon Jacob 1 lot 480 Breck Huryoyne 1 lot lo 7u- iireck Paulina 1 lot 9 G- OBuruam Unas 1 lot 0 65 555CampbellCampbell K Wand Euibry 1 lot 2 55ClayCochran hrs 1 lot 10 25 Cobb Wm 1 lot 4 55- Coviugton Sarah hrs 1 lot 5 00 urutcner Nancy 1 lot 4 40 SOD50Donalioe 30Ellison25EtnbryEuibry Mariah n r 1 lot 3 00 1385Embry 85File260FrancisFrancis Susan 1 lot 4 40 Francis Simpson Sr 1 lot 4 SO 85GilbertHarris Woodson 3 lots 5 40 15Harris40IrvineJackson Bettie hrs Hot 385 85Johnson40Kirby00MassieMatthews Nannie 1 lot 3 25 00MartinMartin Irvine 4 acres 1 lot 7 70 Mitchell Mary hrs 1 lot 6 65 85MillerMiller China 6 acres 2 60 Miller Emma 1 lot 4 40 Morgan Ann 1 lot 3 85 45Moran00Moss5Monsey25NolandOwens Thos n r 1 lot 4 40 55Palmer55PhelpsPhelps Jennie 1 lot 13 SO 55RiceRhodes Leveno hrs Hot 7 90 655Rhodes 80ShearerShepherd Maggie lire 1 lot 3 25 00Smith15Smallwood 30Tevis40Todd6 00 55Turner7 r = bc c JC Wiif11 tTT a vTyOj James 1 lot 08 30 Washington Nancy hrs 1 lot 440 Warner John 1 lot 6 00 Walker Thos hrs 1 lot 4 40 Walker Robt llqt 7 15 Walker Wallace 1 lot 7 15 Walker Mrs Eliza Hot 8 25 Wells Fannie 1 lot 3 25 Wells Nets 2 lot 600 Wells Mary lot 3 25 West Sarah 1 lot 3 25 White Rose I lot 3 25 White Narcis 1 lot 5 55 Williams Dun 1 lot 7 15 Williams Luke 2 lots 9 50 Willis Lizzie lot 5 55 Winkfleld Dow 1 lot 4 80 Winkfleld Millie Hot 6 iO Yates Maggie 1 lot 5 55 FOXTOWN No2 Benton Jorden 25 acres S 00 Bush Rosa 12 acres 3 45 Chenault Chas 8 acres S 25 Chenault John 2 acres 4 H5 Chenanlt Dean Jr 24 acres 9 50 Chenault Robert 18 acres S 90 Chenanlt Lem 20 ares 6 00 Chenault Sam 2 accres 4 00 Chenault Cyrus 15 acres 6 25 Chenanlt Letcher 7acres 4 85 Cosbj Charley 1 acre 4 20 Emhry Retta 47 acres 11 45 Fowler Minnrva Mrs 3 acres 3 80 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 10 Fox Ben 2 acres 4 85 Harris Rosa 12acres 345 Jones Rachel 12 acres 3 24 Karr Mrs Harris 7 acres 3 80 Langford Amos 4 acres 6 00 McKinney Jeff Mrs 10 acres 3 25 Miller Slim Mrs 2 acres S SU Phelps Waller 2 acres 6 55 Phelpn Sam 1 acre 7 76 Shearer Jack 7 acres 4 50 Thomas Frank 2 acres 4 55 Turner Ben 10 acres 4 85 White Root 4 acres 4 85 White Andy 5 acres 4 So While lolm 21 acres 50 Young Henry 20 acres GOO UNION No3 Ballew Frank 15 acres 4 55 Baxter Milton 50 acres 7 15 Price Clieuault 25 acres 6 oo Covmgton Robt 1 acre 5 40 Collins Ed 10 acres 5 15 Collins Harry 1 acre 4 20 Doty Chris I acre 4 20 Doutnell Martha 2 acres 300 Estill Doltie acre 2 60 Estill Sallie 1 260 Huguely Sam 2 5 6Jackson James 5 4 40 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 4 20 1iIlton Celia 15 7 00 Mayo Leander 2 4 20 Miler June 5 9 55 Miller George 10 4 SO Miller Mary C 325 Miller Walter acre 4 50 Pinkston Horace 3acres 4 2C ReedTalitliaC acres S 5 IobinRoii Mary 25 acres S 80 Yatefl Rachel 1 acre 2 O ELLISTON No4 Ballew Ben 1 acre 4 85 Rallew Jackson 2 acres 4 85 B 3atessuatee18 acres 4 40 Hlanton Aaron 35 acres 75ale William 16 acres 5 50 CaldwellCCooacres 26 4c- Cobh Nannie 1 acre 3 40 Covitiuton Aanin 15 ncres 5 40 rocket Henry 2 atres 2 60 E IlisDan24aereg 48Kmbrv Chas L 1 acre 4 20 Embrv Wm 1 acre 4 Estill Susan 10 acres 2 50 Francis Tom 5 acres t 24IHarris Emily 47 Jcres Mocker oleuwii 12 acres 4 fr Jackson Simon 2 arm 42Knvanaueti rih 2 acres 42 Iartin Ben 2 acres 4 t- iloon Millet lucre 2 O loberley Aiuiv hrs 4 Miiupin Mary acre Hot 4I1 tliirton Gortrt60acres 7 Ih1iam Harry acre 2 6 Robinson E M 17 acres 5 Kiiyston Angeline 10 acres 4 40 iiiith MarirHr 10 acres I 55 Thorpe E iz J 2 acres 2 Todd Andy Soacres 5 5o Todd June 12 acres 4 20 Todd Sherman 12 acres 4 20 Fodds Rodes 61 acres 7 15 fribble John H 30 acres 5 40sYates Taylor 10 acres 4 YATKS NO 5c20Brownangh 79UeunettChenault Thus acre 4 85 Clieuault Roy 5 acres 5 oriielitiou Hunan 11 acres 6 ornellson Alex lucre 45 avis Matson 3 acres 5U 2iRilwanlsITznatrick Frank 4 mres 42fiovd Will Here 42- Jntiin Chas ncre 4 00 iiller imps 10 acres W iJbIoore5iWalkerOLADE NO 6 40Ballard241tsllard610Bennett 300Beat00BennettBpggx Arch 4 acres 460 540Kurnam 420Burnatu 40Burnam715BranyChambers Ben 4 acres 715 Collins Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 60 Crlgler Wm 5 acres 5 40 Crocket Heirs 50 acres 2 60 Denham Jerry 13 acres 6 00 85Digjs35Dudley65DiggsEarly Dan 2 acres 4 80 00FishFife Harry 4 acres 7 15 00Franklin 40Goodloe80Jenkins1540Martin 00Martin40Martin40Miller85MillerMiller Isaac 1 acre 5 40 10Miller15Payton 55RoesSadler John 4 acies 4 65 40ShearerSimpson Anderson 1 acre 4 35 85Stone60Vaughn 65Walker40Walker 20West20White15WhiteWhite Roda 23 acres 6 10 White Robt 4 acres 6 00 Willmore Geo 7 acres 5 40 00WalkerXIRKSVIIXE No7 60CampbellCampbell Edna 2 acres 3 25 25DennyDuerson Harry IS acrea 9 00 45Floyd35Haines0 r- a dt t flfcI H II hvm Richardson Henry a r J acre 4 401 Turner Toni 8 acres 6 00 MILLION KO 8 Bogie Alex lucre 429 Broaddus Phil 1 lot 4 00 DeJarnette Frank 2 acres 4 85 Fife Irvine 18 acres 8 80 Henderson Dave 50 acres 9 50 Mnndv Easter I lot 3 25 Mundy Joel 1 lot 4 10 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 4 85 Turner Irvine 1 lot 5 40 Warren George 7 acres 5 40 Warren Irvine 1 acre 400 Willis Rice 1 lot 4 85 Willis Ikel acre 4 20 Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announde Hon D Ii MOORE of Mercer county HI a candidate for Congress in the Eighth District to luCceed Hu 00 Gilbert abject to the action of Democratic partr Your support Is earnestly solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ItLETUXIERtome to the action if the DelllocraUc are authorized to announce n B Attorneysubject RSHAtorney of Madison eonnty subject to the action of the Democratic parry FOR SHERiFf WitCounty subject to the action of the Democratic Iarty We are authorized to announce B B Million eubjectCOLYERty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER orMdlsonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce G W DER1NOER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D O GEIQGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub lect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announceS B DOZIER countYlnbJedWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snb tto the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snbjet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PAKIU8H candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action if the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J H KENNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond countybjectWe are anthorlzed to announce BUCK IOHS8ON a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Eemocrat c Party M P are authorized to announceS R PARKE ucountybectWe are authorized to annonn e R B TER ILL JR a candidate for Jailer of Madison onnty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce W T HJERSON a candidate fur Jailer o Madison lJemocraIeFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce E P BEN roN a candidate fr Superintendent 011 011- Ie Mchools of Madison county xubject to the ctlon or the Democratic parly We are authorized to annonnce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to he action of the Democratic party We Ire authorized to announce JOHN VOLANDi candidate for Superintendent of nblic Schools of Madison county subject to he action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J LBAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN candidate for Assessor of Mndlson county to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B P GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic party Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT 1 MliayaAtmr Plf ag inst 3 M Clii s Bra and Cnls Dft All persons having claims against the estatir C1I1 Clay ecV are hereby nBtifl d to flit I same legally verified with thr unUerMgnro o orbeoretbf 20ih day of March 01 a me will be bar ed S H THORPE M C W C C m What the New Year Points Out The year 04 promises Better styles in Wall Papers Better figures on the wall Better figures for pocket book Here is the opportunity to get real values at really attractive prices Our line embraces all the novelties in Tapestries FloralsStrlpes Crowns Moires Etc Room Mouldings Beadings Plate Rails Willging Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass Mirrors Etc YOBBJ Plea Christian AuocUlton Bowling Greta Ky feb J 82 lit For the above occasion the Louis vile Atlantic R R Co will sell round trip tickets from IrvineRichmond and Nicholasville to Bowl ing Green Ky on Feb 18th 19th and plus25CtSFeb 22nd 1901 R A Woolnms Soliciting Agent For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson MId u ra Jr g Leo U tffX ry1 lICAnJr tul eaue and Debt of Nauons Fe Powera Would De Abli to I7 If Frecaedbjr Their Creditor Fact Relative to IncomeS t t World Government A statement just issued by lie depart ment of commerce and labor hives some Interesting statistics relative to the area population commerce revenue expen ditures Indebtedness currency and stocks of money of the principal coun tries of the word The statement In cludes all countries and colonies for which statistics of commerce and the other conditions above mentioned are available and thus presents aa approximately compete picture of commercial and financial conditions throughout the entire civilized world The total exports of the countries and colonies Included are stated rt 10278 616000 and the total Imports at 11525 755000 making the aggregate commerce 21804391000 For most of the coun tries the figures relate to the year 1902 In a few cases they are for 15K1 and In some cases for 1903 The agsregatfrof the worlds commerce at the present time may therefore be set doVn In round fig ures as 22000000000 The population of the countries and colonies included In this statement Is given at 1487159000 and their area at 40701936 square miles This figure of population in the countries Included In the table seems to justify an estimate of 1600000000 as the approximate total of the worlds population at the present timeThe total revenue for the latest avail able date of the countries and colonies included In the list Is set down at 7854 301000 and the total expenditures at7 839540000 The total Indebtedness orthe countries named in the list is given at 34389604 970 The stocks of money in the countries named as stated at 11999 0000 In this statement the value of the monetary stock of sliver standard countries has not been changed to conform to the decline in silver values The monetary stock of Mexico and other countries where the Mexican dollar circulates Is given In terms of Mexican dollars Of this total of 12000000000 representing the total stocks of money in the coun tries In question K3550000CO is stated as pold 368070000 as silver and 2 963600000 as uncovered paper The largest imports of any single na tion are those of the United Kinpdom R7M16000 Ortnany second 1340 178 000 the United Sates third 1025 719000 Netherlands fourth 867308 000 and France fifth 848046000 Gold Is stated as the standard of cur rency in all of Ihe countries named except Bolivia Guatemala Honduras Nic aragua San Salvador China French East Indies Mexico Paraguay and certain German colonies In the statement of Indebtedness of the various countries the totals by coun- trIes In the order of their magnitude are France 5856312892 United Kingdom 3885166333 Russia 3333 938388 Italy 2560605000 Spain 2 061389972 AustriaHungary 1112 790247 British India 1102905139 commonwealth of Australia 1047819 629 The debt of the United States Is stated at 925011637 The Indebtedness of the German empire Is given at 698849400 and of the German states 26 7621oo0 SUPPOSED COWBOY A GIRL Alice Pllcliera Masquerade In Montana Causes a Sensation In the Mountain The discovery that Percy Pllcher cowboy miner and hall fellow with the young men of a dozen camps and ranches was not Percy PJJcher at all but Miss Alice Pilcher 20 years old daughter of a wealthy organ manufac turer of Louisville Ky has treated no end of a sensation In Helena Mont and the surrounding region For three years Percy had lived the life of a miner and rancher and had made ncores of friends among the young men and wom en of half a dozen towns The disguise was assumed by the young woman to en able her to lead a rough outdoor life which her physician bad told her was the only way in which she could ward off consumption with which she was threatened CENTENARIAN WOULD MARRY Aged New Jerier Resident Seek Third Bride Wants Friends to Provide a Home Although George Udell of PaiisalcNJ will celebrate his one hundred and four teenth birthday soon he wantn to marry for the third time and will accomplish his wish If his friends will pay for the ceremony and provide a home for him self and the bride Udell has several children and many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren but he was never blessed with a son and he says that is the reason that he wants to enter again the state of matri monyRebecca WodlskI a goodlooking Jew ish girl 22 years old is the ideal in the old mans mind and she shows no aversion to him on account of ae Con Hud the Habit The Chicago Daily News remarks that the Minnesota cow whoso stomach was found to be full of pins probably had the feminine habit of putting pins in her mouth Proper War Fund Japan Is diverting her educational fund to war purposes says the Wash ington Post The original design 01 the fund was to teach We young Japanese Idea how to shoot DONT throw your money away for the kind of COAL that is as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tis better for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price h We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP c1ta al eT B iittyiflc Coil Co D R Freeman Mgr J LI OTQ fJJSpecial Ratesto jc HAVANAand other Cubanpoints daily to April 30 1904 alsoto LjAccount I Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to CalifomiatNew MexicotArizona and Texas Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Bates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinoie Central R R Co is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardenine stock raising Dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homefeeker who will forward his name and ad IreBS to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleansappl to nearest rail road agent or address 1 J i J F W HARLOW A Louisville Ky tf7F 71 71 l7F7J 7I When you are going to Paint use iPRfPARtD HOUSE PAINTI- y It is unequaled for Durability and vvscliIi i ii i0 11w71 THE BEST Mth DY VAL LAZ N + Louisville KykII For Sale by W L LEEDS Richmond Ky j 71 71717 A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stockof Jf Jf Jf jf Jf 10 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingst Give us a call andwe will give you satisfaction WhiteUThsoizvTHComer Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY L K1 BLANTON i DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsaprSOlJ Phone 85 t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY = QtCOBPOXATBO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed JLPresident t Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of r Wu IID IDIJJllll 1GB to freshen up her home for summer We haveieyepyr r jthin and enything in the Fuinitute from thes r smallest piece up to the most massive I rS t Bedroom Suits I We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing lTGbles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes FancyfOdd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine tstreets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock l Our Undertaking Department is carried on in tie most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W S OLDHAM I ed that the number of patients The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 10 lOOt Sheriffs Sale For Tones 1903OF Land and Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison Jounty will offer at Public Sale In tront of the Court House door in Richmond Ky o- nMonday March 7t04 It being County Court Day between the hours of 10 a m ond 6 p m the following property to pey the taxes assessed against the same for the year 3903 WHITE LIST Richmond No J Baxterj R J It Burnam 1 lot 260 Barber E izabfth Allot 18 70 90BluutBolton Mrs Mary PIlot 700 Jiubh Je 4 tots 17 90Creech15Day00DotyFaulkner Mrs Nannie 1 lot 11 45 40lIartHacker Theodore hrs 1 lot 3 25 40JiamlitonhssTHarris Win T 4 acres 1B 55HicksJones MIst Elizabeth 1 lot 3 t5 Johnson t r Silas M 1 lot 5 25 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot I OC laugtord Callie 1 lot I 91 101tMcCoiiuni Mrs Sarah J 1 lot ii 45 Murray John W 68 acres B3 X 5 MlsnerEMnr4lots 44 Oliver K T n r 3 lots 5 00 Parririh Stephen D 2 lots 7 6i Parrish S D US Powell 1 lot 2 Pigtr Mrs Labelle n r 1 lot 11 4f RIce llnxter 1 lot I 76 Steven Avej IIut 7i Taylor mirvm lot + 13 It Taylor Peinlleton 27 acres 5 41 Thomas Dan 1 lot 6 Ol Wallace II G 1 lot 10 While Ciias W lot 9 S Vhlte W H Joe Bush 1 lot 2i VhjteVUGV Evans 1 lot 21 FOXTOWN NO2 Blevins trail 2 acres 2 4 JBovvlin JulIe Jr 4 acres 4 JBriuk Mm Wu 8 27 acres 4 41 Biyihe Airmijt n r 22 acres 14 ColliuH Eam 7 acres 3 7t Dozier UIn Sr 10 acres 9 5t Forbes leurv U 72 acres 1775 Guess Joni s l7 crea 5 King tiaiii n r no acres 3 6j Kitifr MraSniii n r acres 4 4t Ma8trn John arid Wm 12 acres 441 iNewhy Jltiu e 1 acre 5 51 IJewby JHIU 16 acres 48j jSlank UIIti JS acres 6 l Tate Ci 25 cres 11 U T ylor sitlne 7 Tillett Wm46mrfS 83 Wamer Joiu Sr acre 4 8 Weddle Cyrus 1 acre 4 UNION NO 3 V Acre Henry 43 acres 7 Bowman Jonah 10 acres 6 K Bonny Natlmn n r 4 acres 3 25 Bond Josie 22 acres 555 Crutcher John M n r 4 acres 3 25 Denny Mrs tiutum 10 acres 3 4 i Dixon Lewis II r 80 acres 12 1- 5Estes J H 3 acres 6 91 Preeraai MM ancy hrs JO acs 5 55 LambZtkGOacjes 9 60 Noland W T 46 acres 9 50 Sexton Arch nre 32 acres 5 00 Tnrpin Mrs Mollie 25 acres 380 Waller Charly 35 acres 6 II Walden Thos 4 acres C 6- iELLISTONN04 aAlaml A 25 acres 6 00 Alexander Win Sr 100 acres 7 16 taker James K 6 acres 5 40 Bpnire Jaiinv 70 acres 8 3U Conner Wenlwy 51 acres 18 41i iarpenter Martin 75 acres 4 Carpenter Uwsrf 10 acres 4 90 Carpenter Jane acre 3 23 Coyle Win 2 acres 420 Cox Jaa admr Mary J Ruple 115 acres 6 35 25DdtonFieldtr Jihn 23 acres 520 French Gore 1 acre 4 80 Gentry nave 3 acres 4 80 Graves Fdtar 1 acre 2 60 40JUtlHunter Nancy 50 acres 440 Hutson James 23 acre8 8 10 Hornesdy Harry n r 100 acres 11 45 Irvine Billie 75 acres 6 00 Jackson Jus L 66 acres 7 15 Johnson Giil 2 acres 420 Kaylor II C 1 acres 420 Kelley hr 80 acres 5 00 Kinff F M 60 acres 655 Laws John P 50 acres 540 Lakes James M 160 acre8 8 30 Lakes Curt 4 acres 5 00 Lakes Beltin 25 acres 2 60 Lakes Win N 100 acres 4 80 Lamb Sylvpster48acres 00 Lamb John 35 acres 4 SO Lynch James 60 acres 6 55 Lowenn C A 20 acres 1 lot 12 40 Miller John T 75 acres S 30 ilatthewe James 3 acres 4 00 BIyer Phoobv 130 acres 70 Wilier Daniel 7 acres 4 20 Richardson Henry 15 acres 480 Riddle Louisa 65 acres 5 50 Rogers Job n r 25 acres 260 Sowers Robt 2 acres 4 35 Taylor Linard n r 137 acres 14 00- Todd SAth n r 15 acres 3 50 Tuttle Joe R n r 66 acres 555 Williams Wm 166 acres 9 50 Winkler Shelbind 7 acres 4 30 YATES NO5 Alexander Nannie 4 acres 7 75 Alexander Jasper 60 acres 5 40 Alcorn John 10 acres 4 55 Anglin John W 7 acres 7 95 Bates James 59 acres 00 Baker Robt 6 acres 485 Benge Pitman 122 acres 14 10 Bongo Warren 7 acres 4 00 Bratcher Wm 36 acres 935 Bnrnell Lyman 50 acres S 40 Buford Thos 17 acres 7 15 Burnett Bruce 20 acres 15 35 Goodrich Irvine 2 acres B 90 Harrison Levi 46 acres 6 00 Haley Anderson B 100 acres 9 50 Holloway Mrs K F3 acres 2 60 Jones Caleb 2 acres 13 60 Johnson Beverley 8 8 acres 5 60 Johnson Alex O 10 acres 4 85 Johnson John M 17 acres 4 85 1 Kimbrell Mollie 6 acres 3 25 Lain John A n r 97 acres 11 10 Laws Caleb 8 acres 4 Lawson Elizabeth 10 acres 3 25 Slanpin Buster 3 acres 8 85 r Maupin Mrs Annie T 5 acres 4 40 McGuire Sterling 100 acres 8 80 McGuire Wm 26 acres 5 40 Overly Jas H 59 acres 10 80 PipKi Brack 53 acres 5 c5 Plwt Wm H 2o acres 6 4o Powell Wm M 5 acres 4 85 Rogers Charley Jr 44 acres 6 GS Skinner Daniel 5o acres 8 30 Willis lo acres 4 2o TurpinBobt4lacresS 4 85 acres 420 Yanwinkle Pal 15 acres 4 85 Williams Joe E 2oo acres 14 2o Woodyard Tobithe 3 acres 2 So Woodall Wm T18 acres 6 40 GLADES NO 6 Ballard Mrs Kannle 5o acres 5 8o Eaker Johq So acres 4 65- Benge Davti 1 lot 4 85- BeasIevV SallIe1 acre4 6- olJV 14 0 g Burton Jack 1 acre 8 3o Dodwell Jobu Hot I 25 401FowlerGallowav Wm T43 acres S 30 Gabbard John hrs 2o acres 440- Gentry David R 25 acres 8 90- Mary 1 lot 44l Harrison T J 25 acres 6 00 Harrison Burdette F n r 25 acre 8 25 Hatfleld Wm 1 lot 4 55 Hardin L S 1 lot 4 85 Hardin Mrs Mary F 1 lot 5 55 Hanson Mrs E L 1 lot 21 25 Hanson C F 1 lot 19 2o Hill Joe I acre 4 2o Hill Nancy L E Jones 35 ers 2 75 Holizclaw David nrl lot 6 7o Isaac Godfrey n r lot 6 lo Kiles Henry 4 40 Luwman Mrs Nancy n r 25 acs 3 25 Lawson W H 3 acres 6 oo Maiden Mrs Mary 13 acres 2 4o Mahaffey Mrs Ellen H 1 lot 3 85 Mitchell John U hrs 10 acres 4 40 Moore Lue and Mary 52 acres 7 9o Ogg Jauies 9 acres 4 80 Parks Richard 2oo acres 6 oo Pawley James nrl acre 3 00 Parson VOnr5 acres 2 3o Pennaman H M u r iSo acres 4 90 Preston D A 1 lot 916 Quinly John 8 8 acres 5 4o Ramsey A P So acres 7 50 Rollins C Milot 8 3o Reynolds John W 1 lot 7 10 Rice Mrs Maggie S 2 acres 44o Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 40 Ssttles George 111 acres 1 lot 33 90 Sexton Mrs John 4 acres lo 25 Thompson Harvy n r 1 lot 3 25 Tisdale Geo W 65 acres 15 35 Todd Susan 2 acres 2 5o Todd Susan agtforGrover Gen try 1 acre 26o Todd MaLts hrs 266 acres 53 So Watkins Thos U 1 lot 2 60 Watkins L A 1 lot 4 2o Wallace E B 3 acres 1 lot 2o oo Weaver Julia lo acres 2Co Weaver John n r 4 acres 2 4o- WillUm Silas n r 60 acres 6 7o Wilson John R n r 3 acres 2 75 Young John T n r ion acres 4 40 KIBKSVILLE No7 Hill Elizabeth Mrs 68 acres 16 15 Harton Nancy Mrs hrs 27 acres 5 61 Ul ran Lee u r 5o acres 25 55 Madlsou Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 60 viyew W W n r 1101 2 60 Nickles Kate Mrs lot 13 80 Prewitt Martha n r 15 acres 5 oo- Iuiins Civde acre 12 9i IthoduH John 1 acre 4 8 Ross Alex 48 acres 17 95 Kigers Cam 10 acres 8 30 Sebaston Herman n r20acres 5 55 Shrewsl erry Frank C 30 acres 10 90 Taylor Oscar 4 abres 6 65 Ihomas W B 2 acrs 6 00 Warren Letcher B 14 acres 9 50 WhIte Green Mrs I acre 2 White AnnieL Mo GSa re 790 MILLION so 8 lien Wyatt 1 lot 12 05 Burryman Sam T 80 acres 14 45 WIser Jacob n r 1101 5 55 Burton Woods lire 20 acres 4 40 Burton Elizabeth 5 aeres 3 25 Butcher J M ICo n r 1 lot 3 25 BtirgessJamesH hot 6 55 lalhco Morris 36 acres 7 85 OallicoClarkie Morris 30 ncres 5 00 Coates Joe 12 acres 5 40 ox Sallio lot 3 25 Colston Rachel 2 acres 2 60 handler Robert 16 acres 560- Fnir Brock I lot 4 20- KuBter Robert 1 acre 3 85 hosier Jol P n r 2 50 iiilley John 17 acres 7 75 lallJnlin W n r 50 acres 8 45 ladeuL nr 3 80 Heaibman Talt 4 acres 5 4o Hensley Mildred n r 36 acres 4 9 Holland Mxrv 3 acres 2 6 Hubbard John H 46 acres 9 50 Holaday John heirs So acres 3 25- lebill Will Rm 2 acres 4 80 Kelley Netiin39acres 58 Land Sallie 35 acres 6 7 Locker William 1 acre 4 Lowry Lizzie Mra 16 acres 5 oo- iwry Green Sr 13 acres 5 2 Ixiwry James macros 48 iiwrv William 3 acres 42Masters Surreptha 28 acres 58 olry Dan loS acres 14 2 whv Pollcmy heirs 62 acres 6 Perkins Dave 1 lot 4 45 Henfroe Sant lo acres 4 80 Renfroe Robert 15 acres 4 8 Sanders Mrs AlicSO acres 3 85 5and is John H 15 ncres 9 75 Sanders Emily Mrs 32 acres 79vbHJton RufuR 5 acres 4 8 Socker Leona Irs7 acres 3 45 Tilletl Rohert lot 4 55 Undei wood Ross macros 4 45 Wheeler Cash 1 lot 6 oo S COLORED LIST Richmond No J Adacnou Kiiiiiuid 1 lot 735 9UBallcwBallmv etcher 1 lot 7 J6 15Barnes15Barulitelia Clmrluy 1 lot S 3U itiggiibtatf Jim lot 5 40 Biack Sallie lut a 70 40Itlytlie7UUoustonBronston Jacob 1 lot 4 90 Heck Burgoyne 1 lot 10 rireck Iuulnm 1 lot 9 6t1 65Uurnaui40Campbell 565ClayCochran hrs 1 lot 10 25 455CoviugtotCirutctier Nancy 1 lot 4 40 SODuaihcrage 50Douahoe 30Ellison25Euibry00Einbry 00Fife40FisherFrancis Wm 1 lot 4 80 40Francis85Gilbert640HarrisHarris Alice 1 lot 4 40 40IrvineJackson Bvttie hrs 1 lot 3 85 85Johnson40Kirby00MasaieMatthews Nannie 1 lot 3 25 00Martin70Mitchell 85Miller60MillerEmmallotMorgan Ann 1 lot 3 85 45MoranMorriii Spicy J n r 1 lot 3 00 Moss Millie brs Hot 5 00 Munday Vm21ots 615 325NewmanNolatid Cella 1 lot 6 00 Owens Thos n r 1 lot 4 40 Owens Green lot 55 Palmer James 1 lot i 6 00 Parks Georgia A 1 lot 5 55 Phelps Wm 1 lot 4 SO Phelps Jennie 1 lot 13 60 Rico George 1 lot 6 55 Rice Belle agt 0 Donahoe 1 lot 3 85 Rhodes Loreno hrs 1 lot 7 90 5QRbodesRobinson Plassey n r 1 lot S 80 Shearer Mary Hot 3 90 Shepherd Maggie ins 1 lot 325 Shepherd 8r 1 lot 6 00 2 lots 4 20 Stone Minerva 1 lot 415 Smallwood Chas 1 lot 4 35 Taylor Eliza 4 acres 2 30 Tevis Cassia Hot 5 55 Tomblin Henry 1 lot 6 40 Todd Minerva 1 lot 500- Iribble Mary bra 1 Joti 5 ffi 551rraed II SOTurner95Tye30WashingtonWarncr John 1 lot 6 00 Walker Thos hrs Hot 440 15WalkerWalker Mr8 Eliza Hot 3 25 25WellsNela21otWells Mary I lot 3 25 25WhiteWhite Narcis I lot 6 55 Williams Dun 1 lot 7 15 Williams Luke 2 lots 9 50 Willis Lizste 1 lot 5 55 Wink elll Dow 1 lot 4 80- Winkfleld Millie 1 lot 6 70 Yates Maggie hot 5 55 FOXTOWK No2 Benton Jorden 25 acres 5 00 Bush Rosa 12 acres 3 45 Chenault Chas 8 acres 3 25 Clienault John 2 acres 4 86- Cbenault Dean Jr 24 acres 9 50 Chenault Robert 18 acres 8 90 riieuault Loin 20 ares 6 00 Chenault Sam 2 accres 4 00 Chenault Cyrus 15 acres 6 25 Chenanlt Letcher 7acres 4 85 baby Charley 1 acre 420 EmhryRetta47 acres ii 45 Fowler Minerva Mrs 3 acres 3 80 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 10 Fox Ben 2 acres 4 85 Harris Rosa 12acres 3 45 Jones Rachel 12 acres 3 24 Karr Airs Harris 7 acres 3 80 Lan ford Amos 4 acres 6 00 McKinney Jen Mrs 10 acres 3 25 Miller Sum Mrs 2 acres 8 80 Phelps Wailer 2 acres 6 55 Phelps Bum 1 acre 775 Shearer Jack 7 acred 4 50 Thomas Frank 2 acres 4 55 Turner Ben 10 acres 4 85 White Rout 4 acres 4 85 White Andy 5 acres 4 So White lohn 21 acres 50 Young Henry 20 acres GOO UNION No3 Ballew Frank 15 acres 4 551 15PriceCovmeion Robt 1 acre 5 40 Collins Ed 10 acres 5 15 Collins Harrv 1 acre 4 20 Doty Chris iacre 4 20 Uouthell Martha 2 acres 3 00 Eblill Dollie 1 acre 2 60 Ketill Sallie 1 2 60 HUg elv Salll 2 5 60 Jackson James 5 4 40 Kavanangh Jerrv 3 4 20 700IMiler June 5 955 Miller George 10 4 80 Miller Mary 6 3 25 Miller Walter acre 4 50 Pinkston Horace 3 acres 4 2C Reed TalithaG acres 325- Unbinson Mary 25 acres 3 80 Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 60 ELUSION No 4 Ballew Ben 1 acre 4 85- Bnllew Jackson 2 acres 4 Bates Steve H 3 acres 4 O antes Steve B admr Cerry Bates 18 acres 4 40 Klanton Aaron 35 acres 7 15 Bates William 16 acres 5 50 Caldwell C COO acres 264 Cobh Nannie 1 acre 3 Oovinirton Aaron in acres 5 44 i rocket Henry 2 acres 2 Kills Dan 21 acres 4 8 hinbrv CliHH L acre 4 21 Kmbrv Wm 1 acre 4 F till Susan 10 acres 2 0Francis Turn 5 acres 4 Harris Emily 47 acres 6 8iackontiavanauirli reh 2 acres 4 2t vlartin Ben 2 acres 4 2 MOOPH Millf I acre 2 r vtoberley Anilv hrs 4 Inu pi ii Mary 1 acre 1I0t 4I1 ktorton Geonrf 60 acres 7 Oldham Harry acre 2 toliiiison E M 17 acres 5 4 Koyston lifeline 10 acres 4 41 uiih AlarirnrHt 10 acres 5 51 Thorpe E izs 2 acres 2 6 550ToddJune12acrTodd Sherman 12 acres 4 20 Todds Rodes Gl acres 7 15 Tribble John H 30 acres 5 40 Yates Taylor 10 acm 4 SO YATES NO 5 Baxter Wm 3 acres 4 90 85Blythe85ChenaultChenault Roy 5 acres o 4t ornelJBon Howard 11 acres 6 Ut IDvI8Duelli Tlioinaf 2 acres 4 lidwardu Uet2 ncres 4 85 Iiipatrick Fruiik 4 acres I odWili Iiicre 4211 Jimpin Chas mre 4 00 tiiller imps lOacres Ii Jt MuChord JeIi 23 acres 7 3t loore JaR 30 acres 6 lValkorGLADE xo 6 Adams Ma y arre 3 44 44BdlardDullard Howard acre 4 14BennettHeniiHtt Wm n r 2 acres 3 00 GOBlytheBennett Ourcas 2 acres 4 40 60Brooks25Burnam10Burnam15Burnam310Chambers GOOrigler GODon85Diets35Dudley265DIggs 80FarrisFish Mariah 6 acres 385 15FrancisFranklin Jennie 1 acre 2 40 40Goodloe 80JenkinsJ Ed 34 acres 1540 00MartinMartin Lewis 3 acres 6 00 440Martin40Miller86Miller540MillerMiller John B sister 12 acres 9 10 15Payton 55Ross65ShearerShearer Mynne 12 acres 6 95 Simpson Anderson acre 4 35 85StoneTribble Perry 4 acres 4 00 420WalkerWalker John 1 acre 4 SO 40Walker 20West0White15WhIte10White540WillisWalker John 1 acre 4 20 K1BK8VILL2 XO 7 60CampbellCampbell Edna 2 acres 325 25DennyDuerson Harry 18 acres 9 00 45Floyd35Haines1 60Miller50Prewitt40TurnerMILLION No8 Bogie Alex lacre S 4 29 400DeJnrnetteFife Irvine 18 acres 8 30 Henderson Dave 50 acres 9 50 Mundv Easter lot 3 25 Mundy Joel 1 lot 4 10 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 4 85 Turner Irvine 1 lot 5 40 Warren George 7 acres 5 40 Warren Irvine 1 acre 4 00 Willis Rice I lot 4 85 VVIUisIkjl sere 420 Announcements POE CONGRESS We are authorized to announde Hon D L forCongressofDemocraticsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLJTtHERtorney to the action uf the Democratic are authorized to announce R S AttorneysnbJectWe are authorized to announce W B Attorneyof the Democratic party FOB SHEBIFF WIIDemocraticWe are authorized to announce B B Million subJectCOtYERty subject to the action of the Democratic part FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER ofMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEIUNOEIl u candidate for Jailer of Madison county snbleci to Ihe action of the Democratic party 0ORIOGSaHCounty subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES sublectWeareautborized to announce J B DOZIER sublectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty sub t to the action of the Democratic party MOR0ATAYLORcounty sublet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARKISB candidate for Jailerof Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce ANDERSON LAKES of Speedwell as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sabJect tothe action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce J B KENNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subloct to the action of the Democratic party BUCKJOHSSOsubject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are tn thorl zed to announce L B PARE a candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annonne B B TER RILl JRo a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tbe action of the Democratic arty TIUERSOrlI1emocraIcFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BENTON candidate fr Superintendent Public SchoolH of Madison county subject to the ctlon of tbe Democratic party FEDWARDSPublic Schools of Madinon county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ere authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN DH candidate for Hnperintendent of Public Schools of Madison subject the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to annonnce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor inbjuctto the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Mndison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B P GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county imbject to the action of the Democratic party Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUfT COURT OM Hays Ailmr Pit aginst M Cln s ties and Crds Dft estatfoait same legally verified with the underalicnrc o orlworethc 20 h dayof 01 a ine will be bar ed 8 B THORPE M C M C 0 What the New Year- Points Out The year 04 promises Better styles in Wall Papers Better figures on tho wall Better figures for pocket book Here is the opportunity to get real values at reallyattractive prices Our line embraces all the novelties in Tapestries FloralsStripes Crowns Moires Et- cRoom Mouldings Beadings Plate Rails t Willging Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Shades Pictures Frames Window Glass Mirrors Etc Younj Hens Christian Association Bowlh Green Ky Feb J82ht For the above occasion the Louis yule Atlantic RECo will sell round trip 1 1 o kets from IrvineRichmond and Nicholasvillo to Bowl ing Green Ky on Feb 18th 19th and 20tb at rate of one first class fare plus 25cta ivith Seal limit for return until Feb 22nd 1904 R A Woolums Soliciting Agent For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Brightifetpre rooBxon Main street now MrT 4Bobinson iIocnpIi a miera S 3ight 1 lii2 w MNANCE WATISTICS Interesting Figures Retarding Revenue and Debts of Nations Pew Powers Would Be Able to Py It Pressed by Their Creditor Fact Relative to Income qt World Governments A statement Just Issued by the depart ment of commerce and labor gives some Interesting statistics relative to thearea population commerce revenue expenditures Indebtedness currency and stocks of money of the principal coun tries of the word The statement In cludes all countries and colonies for which statistics of commerce and the other conditions above mentioned are available and thus presents an approxi mately compete picture of commercial and financial conditions throughout the entire civilized world The total exports of the countries and colonies Included are stated at 10278 616000 and the total Imports at 11525 755000 making the aggregate commerce 21804391000 For most of the coun tries the figures relate to the year 1902 In a few cases they are for 1901 and In some cases for 1903 The aggregate of the worlds commerce at the present time may therefore be set down In round fig ures as 22000000000 The population of the countries and colonies Included In this statement Is given at 1487159000 and their area at 40701936 square miles This figure of population In the countries Included In the table seems to justify an estimate of 1600000000 as the approximate total of the worlds population at the present timeThe total revenue for the latest avail able date of the countries and colonies Included in the list is set down at 7854 301000 and the total expenditures at7 939540000The Indebtedness of the countries named In the list Is given at 34389604 970The stocks of money In the countries named as stated at 11999300000 In this statement the value of the monetary stock of sliver standard countries has not been changed to conform to the de cline In silver values The monetary stock of Mexico and other countries where the Mexican dollar circulates is given in terms of Mexican dollars Of this total of 12000000000 representing the total stocks of money In the coun tries In question 5355000000 is stated as gold 368070000 as silver and 2 963600000 as uncovered paper The largest Imports of any single na tion are those of the United Kingdom 571416000 nerreany second 1340 178000 the United States third 1025 719000 Netherlands fourth 867308 000 and France fifth 848046000 Gold Is stated as the standard of cur rency In all of the countries named ex cept Bolivia Guatemala Honduras Nic aragua San Salvador China French East Indies Mexico Paraguay and certain German colonies In the statement of Indebtedness of the various countries the totals by coun tries In the order of their magnitude are France 5856312892 United Kingdom 3883166333 Russia 3333 938388 Italy 2560605000 Spain 2 061389972 AustriaHungary 1112 790247 British India 1102905139 commonwealth of Auslralla1047819 629 The debt of the United States Is stated at 925011637 The indebtedness of the German empire Is given at 698849400 and of the German states 2687621000 SUPPOSED COWBOY A GIRL Alice Pllchera Macqnemile In Mon tana Causes a Scnuntlon In the Mountains The discovery that Percy Pilcher cowboy miner and hall fellow with the young men of a dozen camps and ranches was not Percy Pllcber at all but Miss Alice Pilcher 20 years old daughter of a wealthy organ manufac turer of Louisville Ky has created no end of a sensation In Helena Mont and the surrounding region For three years Percy had lived the life of a miner and rancher and had made scores of womIwas young woman en able ber to lead a rough outdoor life which her physician had told her was the only way In which she could ward elf consumption with which she was threatened CENTENARIAN WOULD MARRY Aged Jfew Jersey Resident Seek Third Drlde AVnntii Friends to Provide a Monte Although George UdellofPassalcNJ will celebrate hIs one hundred and four teenth birthday soon he wants to marry for the third time and will accomplish his wish If hIs friends will pay for the ceremony and provide a home for himself and the bride Udell has several children and many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren but he was never blessed with a son and he says that in the reason that He wants to enter again the state of matri inonyRebeccaWodiskia goodlookingJew ish girl 22 years old Is the Ideal in the old mans mind and she shows no aver- sIon to him on account of age Cow Had the Habit The Chicago Dally News remarks that the Minnesota cow whose stomach was found to be full of pins probably bad the feminine habit of pulling pins In her mouth Proper War Fond Japan Is diverting her educational fund to war purposes says the Wash ington Post The original design ol the fund was to teach the young Jap anese Idea how to shoot DONTthr- ow your money away for the kind of COAL that is as hard to burn as lfireproof building Tis Bet ter for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP ctt Q eOT B Itty7ill 0011 0 nuD Freeman Mgr Ptt ILLINOIS CENTRAL RA1 Special Rates to HAVANA v andother Cuban points daily to April 30 t 904 also p NEW ORLEANS LAAccount J904ExcursionHOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One w Roundtrip Rates i on first and third Tin each month to the Southand South Arkansas Indian rTerritory Oklahoi and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising mirying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 10 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month foIdersdescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky y = 7I7I m7Iw When you are going to 7I 4Paintuse PREPARED HOUSE PAINT iIt is unequaled for Durability L and Finish THE BEST MaQ ZON IELouisville Ky 1For Sale by W L LEEDS Richmond Ky 71 71 F1 171 I 7 A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of jc J jf jf jfi 0 Dry Goods a We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingso Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY LIR1 BLANTON 4DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsaprio iyrPhe 85 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY race POIATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick theII We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JRlreaJdent I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of WW1rn ID tIDJ m to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bedroom Suits DressingTtiblcs FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in themost up to date manner Give us a call whether you want to buy or not LiMS OLDHAM