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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J J VOLUME 30 RICHMOND l MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 24 19Q4 frIi W PtiN E 80 EC WINES DRUG STORE tl OST i i orTHEness has indeed been a very satisfactory one and we take this method to express to the public our sincere thanks for their thehighestVery Lowest PricesAlways selecting the newest and best things that we might feel lepartfromthe coming season are already bought rt we exercised the same t caution in selecting them and assure you that you cull find better values for the same money here than elsewhere These Spring Goods are Arriving Dailya- nd we need the room and must have it and in order to make room we have decided that dU1n wenwill sellanything in winter weight goods in our house AT COSTWhen we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are entirely new the very latest thins that could be bought in winter stuffs and are bought at prices possibly lower than we can replace them for next fall But we do not believe in allowing goods to accumulate from season to season becoming old sholfworn and out of late but prefer to sell them at a sacrifice now that we may again offer you the newest things next fall 50 Blnek and Fancy Dress Goods at 100 1 25 lo 98 1 00 75 75 55 50 33J to 871 25 18 50 75e and Fancy Waisting at 3555 and 75c 25c Ozfords plain and ancy at 18c 15c Flannelettes at lOc lOc Flannelette at 7Jc 61 7i 81 and lOc Outing Cloth 5 to 7jc i Winter Gloves at Cost t tl5n Snit at 10 00 12 VI 9 50- ntal 750 7 50 nnd 8 50 SuIts lit 4 398 ttpv ind Youths at Cost Flannelette Gowns worth 00 at 75 86 68 75 t 1UO 39 Night Shirts worth 50 75 and 1 now 35 to 75c A Large of Sateen Petticoats worth from 75c to f2 50 go from 68c to 1 79 each Outing and Flannel Skirts worth 25o to 1 00 at 20 to 78o Hosiery Underwear Comforts and Blankets at wholesale prices Our Entire Stock of Clothing nod Overcoats at Cost 9- 8500and650 Line 12 00 and 15 00 Overcoats at95010 00 7 50 7 50 and 8 50 4 98 5 00 and 6 50 8 98 Boys Overcoats at Cost Youths Overcoats at Cost 7 Jreivtly reduced prices on all Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods and Cups Carpets Mattings and Rugs the prettiest line in the city go at prices r than thev can be bought today at wholesale We cordially invite you to call and see us and secure some of these bargains befor iv are gone We will also take pleasure in showing our NEW SPRING GOODS in TheMisUiyourtVery Respectfully Y- oursUtEI2ffdHAMIlTON u 119 is Approachingi Thzt a the ctlle evtryboly likes to freshen up their homes withnew 1L iqt Poper Etc tatoAlil raear Iam now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea sonable prices Outside and Inside Paintingf Papering Varnishing Etc 1 ramie Orders left at B L Middeltons will bt promptly attended to t t tc Y1 C 0 MILLER Master Coaiaiissioflefs Sals1 Laura pipagalnatWill Qalsenb ny Oft Notice of Sale In Equity tB 7noof a Judgment and of gale of thJanuaryoiuse the under lgnfdwillcn Saturday Feb 27 t04 Between the hour of 10 oclock a mandl SODCOIIDty 0 to the Highest and best bidder the following described via IAbout 15 Acres of land and bounded and described n follows a 01111Inre beginniulIcllutalnlngHOmplhllllt eruptMxof ito give bond with approved security fort h havethtffolCfgut lntereat from day of Bale a Lieu re purcbueSH THORPE MMter Commissioner M O Notice to Creditors AU parties having claim against T A Robinson are notified to file same with the undersigned properly Verified oVoffietorV April let orame7111 be barred Us 80BUTCRKB9 8al eo Office at Crntcher A Eraai furniture atorg i 1712m MAGNIFICENT PALACES f Fact DrleftrStnted Abont the Prig cliinV Exhibit Structure ofIthe Worlds Fair j The princIpal exhibit palaces of the Worlds Fair cover an area of 131 acres At Chicago the exhibit build ings of the Columbian Exposition de voted to the same purposes cpverpd an area of 822 acres this leaves a difference in area in favor of StL Louis 6t 488 acres p160pfeetthe largest exposition tructure ever erected for a department It is ten times the size of Madison Square Garden New York and over twice the size of the Cathedral of pt Peter Cost 550000 The Palace of Horticulture is 800 by 400 feet and covers 7 acres It contains an immense conservatory for exotic and other decorative and useful plants The main section is devoted to fruits Cost 1228000 The Forestry Fish and Game Palace Is 300 by 600 feet and covers 4 acres It stands on a terrace five feet high and Is reached by broad stretches of ornate stairs Cost 171000 The Palace of Transportation is 559 by 1300 feet and covers about 15 acres The facades show a pleasing adapta tion of the French Renaissance it combines a feeling ofa magnificent exposition building and of a highclass rallroaS depot Cost 700000 The Palace of Manufactures is 525 by 1200 feet and covers about 14 acres o a itr 13I L N CORNER ENTRANCE TO PALACE OF VARIED INDUSTRIES It Is of the Corinthian order of archi tecture and faces the entrance to the main boulevard of the exposition The four main entrances are elaborately ornamented with sculpture Cost Palace of Electricity is 600 oy 700 feet and covers 8 acres It is a bold columhated treatment of the Corinthian order The columns are carrfed well down toward the ground to give height to the facades The latter are well accentuated by elevated pediments and tower effects over the entrances and corners Cost 415000 The Palace of Machinery is 525 by 1000 feet and covers over 12 acres and cost 600000 It is a model of grace and beauty Two towers 265 feet high tank the center pavilion on the north ern front The Palace of Mines and Metallurgy is 525 by 750 feet and covers about 9 acres It differs in style from the other exhibit palaces The entrance presents Egyptian features but the structure as a whole is an expression of the modern Renaissance Cost Palace of Liberal Arts is 525 by 750 feet and covers 9 acres i style of architecture it is a severe treatment of the French Renaissance for the exterior facades Much sculp ture is used in the decoration Cost 480000 The Palace of Varied Industries is 525 by 1200 feet and covers about 1 acres It is a columnated design embodying a treatment of the Ionic der The entrances are elaborate an sculptureeon front is the distinctive architectural feature Cost 620000 The Art Palace comprises four structures and cost 1000000 The central building is of brick and stone and is permanent The two side pavilions which are temporary are of brick with decorative details in staff A special pavilion Is provided for sculpture The Art Palace contains 134 galleries and covers five ages The Palace of Education fronts 525 feet on the main thoroughfare and covers 9 acres The first building ever erected at any exposition solely for educational exhibits In style the architecture Is classic with modern modiflcaton Cost 350000 Good for the Sencon A photographic season ticket to the St Louis VorldsFalr will be sold at 25 to all who may wish the privilege of going out andin the gates without restraint The ticket will be good during the entire seven months or the 185 days which the exposition will be open PheeleAn Observation Wheel the biggest revolver ever made having a diameter of 300 feet stands on Skinher road at the St Louis Fair Twentyfive searchlights are Installed in the cars r An Early Riser coustitutiodepends iver The famoUH litHo nilln known se DfUjiUsLiJiln Early Risers nOlan strenjhi IIrganLiUleaiu to produce remits that are Balis OHtocIOIYou ecnnotglpan the fluids of sin without pickles up Ihf burrs of sorrow IndigestionrII VIlli have ndlrfSlioll Kodoi Dys teptia CjTf wiUcnre vi It tits cu tfrVdayeveryself to vive It a trial You will cuntin tie tofeulfer until do trv it There isnootherlTHnhinHilon of dgestants heJlm6tIriti1JnrJr ld by TR C Stockton lm RACE SEGREGATION Tho Bill Aimed at Borea College Passed By the House Frankfort Feb 19SenateThe senate and house each passed an Im portant bill Thursday It is a measure to enable an expired public utility franchise to be sold again in such manner as to give the owners of the first 25year franchise a chance to buy It passed the senate after a lively ee bato of two hours Tlj bill only ap plies to cities of the first class Senator Cox offered a bill to cure a defect In the Worlds fats appropriation bill so that the commissioners may have some of the money available to pay for work before the work is entirely com pleted Senator Carrolls resolution providing for afternoon sessions of the senate beginning next Wednesday to consider bills in the order of the day was adopted The bill to create the new county of Thorne was referred to the committee on rules The bill as signing Beckham county to the van ous districts which it belongs passed HouseThe house passed what is known as the Berea college bill which prohibits the education of whites and blacks in the same school The vote InItinction of Berea college which is the- only school where the two races are educated together The bill to pro hibit office holders from serving as committeemen for any political party was discussed by the house and a test vote indicated it will pass though final action was cut off Thursday by adjournment Another New County Scheme Hartford Ky Feb 19The people of FordsvIIle this county are making an effort to form a new county with their town as the county seat They want to get enough territory from the adjoining counties of Hancock Davies Grayson Breckinridge and Ohio to do this Representative Clark Fatally III Frankfort Ky Feb 19Represen tative W C Clark of Paducah the oldest member of the house started homejin the train in a dying condition from pneumonia He was accompan led by his son and every precaution was taken to make him comfortable hBowling26th annual state convention of the Y M C A convened here Thursday night More than 400 delegates are in attendance The principal address Thursday night was made by Judge Selden P Spencer of St Louis DamagesIEllzabethtown Ky Fob 19T C Crawford administrator of the estate of S J Humphrey who was killed in the Illinois Central repair shops in Ixnilsvllle January 19 has filed suit In the Hardln circuit court against the Illinois Central for Veteran 25000ICorlngton Ky Feb 19 Thomas M Frarer pioneer veteran special reve nue gauger anti for many years a com posltor on a Cincinnati paper where he was familiarly called Uncle Tom died at his home 115 East Seventh street Wednesday nightIIWillis Granted a New Trial Ky Feb 19Lawrence Wil his under a verdict of life sentence accused of the assassination of his uncle W B Johnston last March was granted a new trial by Judge Cook here He will likely be tried again at the May term of court Goes Out of Business Burkesvllle Ky FD 19 The Burkosvllle Banking Co an institu tion established hero about six months ago has gone out of business Its deposits and papers as well as all its lia bilities were transferred to the Bank of Cumberland Representative McDonald DeadiLouisville Ky Feb 19 thirdnterm as a representative in the Kentucky legislature died at his home in Louisville at 630 oclock Thursday night after being ill of pneumonia six daysHeirs 20000 Damages 4Elizabethtown Ky Feb 19r1ha heirs of n L Lamb who was killed dby a switch engine at Lebanon Junc February 1 have filed suit in the HardIn circuit court against the Lou 20000lPublic Library Opening Covington Ky Feb 19The library board met Thursday and fixed upon Wednesday March 16 at 1 oclock as the date of the public opening for in spection of the new library and audI torium at Scott and Robbins streetsI Bank For Centertown Hartford Ky Feb 19The new Bank of Centertown this county will open for business Saturday The offi cers are W A Bane president Alvin Rowe vice president H H Lewis cashier Capital stock 15000 Sleet and Rain StormiOwensboro Ky Feb IPBleet and rain has been falling all night the city being covered with Ice Telegraph and telephone wires are down Traffic ol all kinds will be suspended Friday un losS weather becomes wnnner Senator Accidentally Shot Himself Frankfort Ky Feb 19T F POP ter of Webster county member of tha state senate accidentally shot himself in the leg Wednesday night by dropping his pistol to the floor of his room Authorities on criminology say that a majority of criminals use opiumI IEscaped an Awful Fate of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Con gumption and nothing could be deal for me I was given up to die Th oflir OlR free trial bottle of Di Kings Discovery for Consumption in Idared me to try it Results were start jling Lam now on the road to recovery and owe nil to Dr Kings 5fi w Dincov cry It surely saved my life Thin great cure in guaranteed for all throat and lung dippaees For 11 by R C frla1Ia iiis failures CircumstancevlOne was pale and sallow anjl theoth er fresh and rosy Whence the ditto r Sara hl who in blushlnc with health neeu Dr Kings New hills Pills to main lain it By gonMy aronnnlt the lazy or Bans thy compel good djgostiou and J thetilOnly25cat Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionas Eat plenty of pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 andloo years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is something about the combination ofcod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the specialiA sample will be se free upon request Be aura tint ttiii picture In the a libI is on the tIT n r of cry bottle of EIn you buy SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and St all druggists Happenings in Kentucky HONORED HANNA Kentucky Senate Adjourned Out of Respect to His Memory Frankfort Feb 1SSenateAs all evidence that sweet flowers do sometimes grow over the garden wall of partisan politics the Kentucky senate which Is overwhelmingly democratic adopted resolutions Wednesday eulo gistic of the lire and services of Mar cus Hanna and there was not a dis senting vote When the senate ad journ it did so out of respect to the memory of the late senator from Ohio HouseThe house passed the sen ate bill extending the state librarians term of ollice to four years like all other state offices and made the sal ary 1200 per year The house also passed the liourno bill changing the manner of selecting thecounty boards of health and health officer The Al verson bill to repeal the barbers law which has been In operation only two years was before the committee on municipalities and after much discus sion the committee authorized Dr Av erdick to draft a bill to repeal the present barber Inspector law and enact a statute covering the same ground but in a different way and so drawn that It can bo better enforced than the present law Dr Averdlck expects to report the bill to the house Friday The house passed the bill which appropriates 75000 for an addition to the Western asylum at Hopklnsville In order to relieve the crowded condi Uon of the other asylums Practical Joke May Prove Fatal Petersburg Ky Feb 1SEnrl Walton a wealthy breeder of race horses was made the victim of a joke that may prove fatal He weighs nearly 200 pounds Just before he entered Gordons store some young men put largo carpet taclts on a chair seat Walton sat down upon one of the tacks which penetrated his flesh Blood poisoning developed and his con ditlon is said to be serious Residence and Stock Barn Burned Smiths trove Ky Feb f8fThs large twostory residence and a big stock ham belonging to J P NIokolIs on Barren river were destroyed by fire The household goods were all lost and several fine horses were burn ed The total loss Is estimated at 10 000 with only a small Insurance A Rally of Missionaries Owingsvllle Ky Feb 18A missionary rally will he hold at the Sharpsburg Christian churrh this county on Saturday February 27 In which the Christian churches of Sharpsbnrg Bethel That Union Monrefleld and Somerset will participate Important Papers Are Missing Covington Ky Feb documents in the ISImportantI K Applesatc against for control of the Lntonla race track have mysteriously disappeared and unless they are secured It Is imposslblo to proceed with the case Receives a Verdict For 11000 Harrodshnrg Ky Feb 18ln cir cult court here the jury In tho case of Owen Curd against the C N O T P railway brought In a verdict for wreckI Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous de LancasterI began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medi ones 1 ever need They have also Kept my wife in excellent health for She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they arn n hand tonic nnd invignrater for weak run down women Noothermedi mop eon take its place In our family Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guar anteed byR CJStockton 1m 2fo maul ever yet went out looking for misery who camehome without it Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally ta ted a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it defied all doctors and all rerae dire But Bucklens Arnica 6alvehn4 no trouble to cure him Equally o a1 for Burns Bruises Sbiu timdA dr1 Piles 25c at R C Stocktons 1m NUMBER CORMAIN FIRST iceTHE EVENT Of THE SEASON Will be the Ladies Taitormade Suit Opening ai the llSYee s Store On SaturdayrMarch 4th 5th Handtailored J inSuitswanted e r f f 0 f t 10 t we If you need a new Spring Suit a nobby uptodate Skirt a Silk Coat a Silk Dress or anything in Ladies readytowear garrrients doift fail to attend this Grand Opening as it will be a tare opportunity to see the largest and best selection shown by any house in the Unit f jtates Theres no new style that cant be seen here tohavewanted to buys Come during these Two Opening Days and have a guaranteed fit wantSaveREMEMBER THE DATESS FRJIDAYand SATURDAY MARCH 4 5 You arid your friends are cordially invited respectfullyn i D OLDHJlM eo I Tour of Old Mexico Via It 0 S W under persoiuUeH ort The American Tourist Ax cia iSelected Clientele Limited All reclusive privileges independent trav el Special Pullman Vestibuled Train Bafrtatre Drawing Room Compart aunt Library and Music Room And tile famous open top Observation Car Cbililitli tickets including allxpenses everywhere Leaves January 20 1904 For information address O P McCarty G P A B Jr O S W Cincinnati O Dissolution Notice Hy mutunl agreement tlje rirrn of tbpIrmiMness All parties owing Bniuurm life n quested to call at once fluff IcftIa- Oj4f TAYLOR BHOS 40 n a rliill Coal Co tORLANDOKY Shippers of 0 Anile Coal ++ + +4+ + +++ + +++J i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary f 1 grate without any attention ff+ N+ + +++++ + ++++ y 0I H Gi eaPValaes in if t pall Merchandise IVi J New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our cflT ic store immense stocks ofseasonable merchandise greater and better selectedstocks than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the 1f fall lines to see for yoifrseif that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated ytij that the values wer r ffer inhighclass merchandise are the best in the city i WHITE GOODSa great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton A JyouiVestings at The White Goods Counter We are showing an elegant 3 f collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined Piques and other Vesting for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery JVe are showing beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in styles out of the ordinary The most complete assortment in the city in felt beaverand fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right tC HOSIERYM 11 Every style of plain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lislethread 1and cotton Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of the kind in the marl ti We do not handle inferior grades at all 5i W- a Jr 4t DepartmentSISo11 fait lt ti1S5ect this department as they are brim full of bargains We only ask in faarpess to yourself to compare prIces You will find we have the J Shoesqgrbasementis full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices ftiu r Submittedf r de1 1-lttala tw MJNr IIM 8JY EJder II Our Line of Vehicles is complete in detailevery We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call en et aTTa a DQT s RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PUONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR 8o uet flour atL20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 24 l9d Meals served at all hours at Billy Freemans restaurant First St U Fresh baked bread at Billy Freeman at all times tf I have for sale two good brood mares Will trade tor a good young mule John D Goodloe feb214t Whites Station Ky The Cecillan Club will meet this af ternoon at 230 oclock with Mrs B L Middleton at her home on Lancaster avenue Elder J W Harding of Winches ter well known in this county hat just celebrated the sixtieth year of his married life lie and his estimable wife all still hale and hearty The Ladies Missionary Society of the Firstt Presbyterian church which was to have met last Friday but was postponed on account of incement weather will meet this afternoon at 3 oclock in the lecture room of the church The Lesson will be conducted by Mrs Lynn Apron Sale The Ladles Aid Society of the nap tist cltnrch will have an apron sale on next Saturday February 27th at Orutcher d Evans store Lost A new green shopping bag containing a chatlaine purse in which was a gold ring sod several pieces of money The ring had J W Hales engraved In it There was also a fiat pocket book con taining S5 i monev Finder will please return same to tins office and receive reward 2t Genii Day Dinner The ladies of the C W B1 Society of the Christian chiuoh wish to ape nounce that they will serve a courtday dinner on Monday April Fourth People through the county who attend cmr will plea I hear this in mind and patronize a good cause Place will be announced Inter The Ministers bon Mr W B Patton who played the MinNiflrs Son here Monday night is the same excellent comedian that he was sflvoiHl years ago on his first visit to our dtv This is a splendichrnral play find Mr Patton has n wav peculiar to himself Hissnpportwas strong and the proiluriion waslkstclags in every respect For Rent Onr large Hull eminiiodlou store room 18 x 10 feet No 208 south side Main street This is core of the heat located best lghtedantl Imnrisnmtat store room in the city Suitable fAr almost any iind of business Call on or ad dressfJOIN G TAYLOR Sots Richmond Kentucky Tfllophnn N 207 u I el 11S TrO JIs Gheap AS THE Wash WomanCou- nterpaines laundned and made white as snow This yonr wash woman cant doour laundry can and only charge you 15 cents Try our laundry for ladies Shirt- Waists price 15 cents Goods called for and delivered tree of charge Phone 118 Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OfHcRlcefc Arnolds ihoe Store Thone IIS Now a Colonel Mr George D Weatherford of Hue tonville has recently been appointed a colonel on Governor Beckhams staff This will be pleasant news to the many friends of Mr Weatherf rd in this city where he at one time resided This ap pointment comes as a reward for his ser vices not only to the Governor but the Democratic party Now Is Toe Time to Visit Hot Sprints Arkansas via Iron Mountain Koote The season at the ttreat National Health and Pleasure Resort is now in full blast Climate unsurpassed Hot springs Special leaves St Louis daily at 820 pm making the run in less than 12 hours Three other fast dally trains Handsome descriptive litera ture can be obtained free by calling on or addressingA GALLAGHER DPA 419 Walnut street Cincinnati O Public Sale Having subrented the stable now occupied by me on Irvine street to Mr B K Duncanfor the year 10941 will offer at Public Sale on the premises on Sat urday Feby 27 at 1030 oclock the following property 10 god buggy horses 10 good bug gins 2 phaetons 2 good surreys 2 buckboards 1 good road cart 1 spring wagon 2horse spring wagon 12horee farm wagon i good wagonette drummer wagon 3 double sets of harness and 15 sets good single harness office fixtures hay and corn Terms made known on day of sale J W Masters Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer It Richmond Ky Splendid Attraction As has had been announced Quinlan and Walls superb minstrels held the boards at the Grand Opera House on last Saturday evening On account of their late arrival they were unable to fill their matinee engagement but delighted a large crowd with a splendid openair concert Quite a large audience witnessed the evening perform ante and the continued and hearty pplause showed how well all were pleased This is one of the best min strels that ever visited onr town introducing a number of new and novel features that were a jrreat relief from the time wornstrelcnstoms The music was excellent jokes fresh and good and costuming elegant It was indeed a splendid showo- lontal Tea One ofthe prettiest and most enjoya ble social functions of the winter was the Colonial Tea last night in the Y MCA rooms which were charmingly decorated for the occasion Mr Burton Farris represented the immortal George Washington while Miss Carlisle Che nault as Martha Washington dispensed the duties of hostess with much skill and grace Quite a number attended n the costumes of Washingtons time which added all the more to the effect Music was furnished by a local colored orchestra and dainty refreshments were served The affair was quite a success reaping a nice sum for the Association besides furnishing a most delightful social evening for all present BIRTHS LAIR Mr and Mrs Redmon Lair are being congratulated on the advent of a fine son Mrs Lair was formerly Miss Bessie Dedman Cynthiana Dem ocrat t tt t I r fib w rE In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room Mater so weve 5 i made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Our loss is heavy and your gain will be equally j + great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale Kg + 18 + 20 + 2250 25 Choice for Go through our great stock and take you choice oi flall the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit 4 style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on w + 1250 + 15 Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a 1fjV songJOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages 16 to 20ears at the same startling reductions as in the mens department 0 iC r j ks 1t MATRIMONIAL Mr Bryant Perkins end Miss Gordie Coates and Mr Merritt Ooales and Mrs Lena Broaddus all of this county wore participants in a double wedding last week In Winchester The ceremo ny was performed by Judge Evans of that place Passed The House The coeducation bill introduced by hon Carl Day of Breathitt county passed the House by a solid Democratic vote It is this bill that has caused much disturbance in Berea since the college at that place receives both white and colored students on the same foot ing It was bitterly opposed by Re publicans and when Mr Procter made i long speech every Democrat in the House filed quietly out It is believed the bill will pass the Senate without any trouble and will with the governors signature become a law Great Combination Offer The CLIMAX has made arrangements whereby we can offer from this date until March 10 1904 the CLIMAX and weekly CourierJournal both one year for the small sum of 125 This offer will positively be withdrawn on date mentioned above so those desiring to take advantage of this combination must have their orders in this office on or before March10 If it is not convenient to call at our office send check or money order for 125 and the two papers will be sent to your address Address all orders to CLIMAX PRINTING Co- Richmond Ky Ddeatrd It was with sincere regret that the many friends of Professor J D Clarke learned ot his defeat in his race for Su perintendent of Public schools of Fay ette county His successful opponent was Mrs Olarence Faulconer who won by quito a majority ProY Clark is much beloved here whero he was locatea for a number of years being connected with both Madison Institute and Cald well High School He is thoroughly wrapt up In educational work and would have made an excellent Superin tendent had he been chosen However his ability Is not confined to the school for he has already made quite a success as a farmef and a poultry raiser and is a hustler at anything he undertakes Assigned When it became known on last Thursday morning that Frasa Bros had made an assignment the night before feelings of greatest surprise and deepest regret were express ed by all These young men have been conducting grocery business in our city for the put two years and their methods of dealing with their customers won thorn many friends Their assignments was made to Mr D M Chenault These young gentlemen will be able to pay dollar for dollar not on ly their grocery business will be settled in full but their personal debts as well and they will have money left from their business FJCSO two young gentlemen are extremely popular where ever known and their many team X15 forX10 New Livery firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable iii the old Adams livery stable on Invite street and desire a share of patronage in this line Persons who tome in from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to tots stable These gentlemen are in the market the year round for good horses and persons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins d Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken ot horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker feb24lm DEATHS HAMILTON The infant of Mr and Mrs Day Hamilton died Monday alter only a few days of life The young parents have the sympathy of all in their bereavement TKRRILL Mr Louis 0 Tcrrill a prominent farmer of the Kingston lo cahty died Sunday after a months illness of typhoid fever His death came as a severe shock since it was thought that he was progressing nicely Deceased was fortyseven years of age and was highly respected He leaves a wife and four children besides the following brothers and sister Messrs Joe Robert and William Terrill and Mrs Brack Maupiu His funeral was preached at his home after which his remains were brought to this city for interment THORPE The news of the death of Mrs John HThorpe which occurred at her home in Frankfort Saturday was a severe shock to her many friends here Her death was due to pneumo nia Before her marriage Mrs Thorpe was Miss Katie McCord of this county and was greatly beloved by a large cir cle of friends and relatives She pos sessed a sweet disposition and a noble Christian character Besides a hus band she is survived by two little sons and three sisters and two brothers Mrs Harry rlvner of Winchester Mrs Ernest Parrish and Miss Maggie McCord and Messrs Jake and David McCord Of this county Her remains were brought to this city her old home where funeral services were conducted Monday morning at the Christian church thence her burial In the Richmond cemetery- RUPARDThe strong old pillars of the Old Baptist church are breaking away Only last week we were called upon to chronicle the deathof Rev Jesse Edwards an aged preacher of nap list church Now it is our sad duty to chronicle the death of another of Gods Aged servants Elder William Rupard of Clerk county who departed this life on last Saturday at his home in the above county Deceased was in the 80th year of his life and was a magnificent type of a Christian For over fifty years Elder Rupard had been pastor of the Old Raptist Cane Spring church at all times ready to do his Masters work He was a man of strong character and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him His long service as a preacher of the gos in this county caused hln to be recognized almost as a citizen of this county end his death will be mourned and his presence missed here almost as much as in his home county of Clark Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mary Rowland deceased are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the under signed on or before March 15 1904 or same will be barred State Bank Trust Co Exr Mary Sne d Rowland BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 1 25 and J 50 2Take your pickof all Suits and Overcoats up to 3 in value for 2 OUR t To Lecture Here Mr Volney B Cushing of Bangor Maine will lecture at the Court House tomorrow evening February 25 at 730 oclock There will be no admission This is indeed a rare opportunity ol hearing one of the finest orators on the American platform and we trust our people will take advantage of it and hear Mr Cushing The following notice which is highly complimentary is taken from the Tucson Arizona Daily Star It is seldom that Tucson has enjoyed such a strong interesting instructive eloquent presentation of tne drink evil Logical yet not tiresome mild in expression yet strong in statement conservative in demonstration yet none can hear but what they feel there is a reserve power behind every statement made every conclusion drawn and ev ery illustration offered With Mr Gush ings logic and eloquence there runs a a vein of wit and hunor which gives zest to the serious ide of his eloquence In the kernel of his story or illustra tion however is a principle of vital import Few public speakers have come this way who can equal Mr Cush ing as a platform orator of the best New England type In Bad Again The following notice was sent in from Indianapolis and concerns one W S Taylor who is sojourning in the above city under the protection of the Hoos ier Governor W S Taylor exGovernor of Ken tucky was made defendant in a suit brought in a Justices court by Russell Brown a negro who runs a barbershop in South Alabama street near the police station Russell Brown who for severalt months has been proprietor of a barber shop in South Alabama street went ii to Squire Shepards court Wednesday moring and flied a complaint against exGovernor Taylor alleging an un paid account of 30 fortonsorial work done at Frankfort Ky and payment for which he Taylor as claimed would be personally responsible As set out bv Brown the work was performed at the rime when Frankfort was in wild excitement over the mur der of Governor Goebel The city was filled with the State militiaapd a large body guard of armed mountaineers were quartered at the State capital- A detail of these men were on duty at the Governors mansion as bodyguard to Governor Taylor Many of them wore heavy beards and long hair which gave them a rusty appearance Brown at the time conducted a barber shop at Frankfort and as claimed was summoned by Governor Taylor who called his attention to the shaggy looks of the men of the bodyguard and suggested that bit would like to have him trim their beards and shave them so as to make them presentable while they were in and about the Executive Man iou The Governer according to Brown said he would be responsible for the expense Brown as alleged did barber work for the mountaineer bodyguard until the men were withdrawn and the long- haired shaggy looking force left their post for the hills Brown claims he has received no compensation for his services apdnow aks judgment for the amount named EMMETT MILLER INDIANAPOLIS Feb 16 1904 Resolutions At a meeting of the Richmond Bar held in memory of Mr A C Wells on Feb 15 Col J W Caperton was elec red Chairman Upon taking the chair he made a few remarks on the life and deathof Mr Wells On motion Mr WR Schackelford was elected Secretary- Mr W 8 Moberly then made some remarks ou the life of Mr Wells ex pressing his admiration for him and his great sorrow and sympathy at his sY 3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 death Mr R H Crooke then spoke at some length expressing his affection for Mr Wells during his life aid his sympathy for his family Mr W R Shackelford was then rec ognized and he spoke of the great hock to the community caused bv Mr Wells death and the great loss caused by it he also spoke of the great esteem and regard in which he was held by him and the Bar and the community Mr S E Scott then spoke of the high regard he had for Mr Wells and took occasion to speak of his love and admiration for him Mr W B Smith then said that he knew him not only aa a lawyer and stenographer but as a neighbor and friend and paid him a high tribute as such lie spoke of the number of law yers that had passed to the great be yond in his memory Mr J A Sullivan then made a few very feeling remarks about Mr Nets and his long association with him and called attention to the many sterling qualities that he possessed and espec ially his fidelity to duty and truth He said that he had well used the tal ents with which he had been blessed ard never permitted the most unfortunate ancident which befell him in early life and which disfigured him and final ly caused his death to conquer hit ambition or to subdue the bright sunshine of his nature He mourned bls death as one of his household and ex uressed great sympathy for the widow and children He also said he had m doubt but that he had entered into the joy of the hereafter promised in Mat thew to the good and faithful servant On motion the following committee on resolutions was appointed viz J A Sullivan W R Schakelford H C Rice W S Moberly R H Crook W B Smith J Tevis Ccbb J R Bush T H Collins and J T Jackson who reported the following resolutions which were unanimously adoptedviz be it Btiolted by the member of the Rich mond Kentucky Bar as follows viz Fret That we greatly deplore the sud den and untimely death of Brother A C Wells who though one of the young est was one of the most universally be loved and promising and popular of our members As a lawyer and stenogra pher he was capable industrious courteous and hoi orable as a friend ami brother he was absolutely loyal end devoted as a citizen he was honorable law abiding and patriotic he was a loving husband a kind father a dutiful son a consistent Christian Second That at the time of his death he was thirty years of age and was a graduate of the Law Department of Central University and of the Wilbur Smith Business College of Lexington Kentucky He had been honored by appointment to the position of official stenographer of the Madison Circuit Court and at the time of his death was serving his second term as Clerk of the city of Richmond He discharged ev ery duty with unfaltering fidelity and faithfulness in every particular and to the satisfaction of all and this Barand the community sustain In his death t great loss Third That to his immediate family and relatives his death is an Irreparable calamity and we extend to them and especially his heart broken widow and two bright sons our sincere heart felt sympathy in their great affliction Fourth That a copy of these resolu tions be published in the newspapers in Richmond Kentucky and spread at larga upon the order books of the various courts of Madison county Kentuc A Sullivan W R Shackelford HO Rice W R Moberly R H Crooko iv B Smith- J Tevis Cobb J RBush T H Collins J TJackwn 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved 18 10 Choice for 7s0j J Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits i and Overcoats perfect in fit and style Buy one for 11 J knockabout wear even if you dont need it now the 1 cost is trifling 750 1 l 500 SUITS Reduced from8T 10 and 1250 t Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried A over from last year and marked them all at Gne price 5 00 An extraordinary opportunity for a good every day Suit for next to nothing Cashonly none charged these prices will t not allow ittI I iCLOTHING FITS kyJ I A The windup ofa Successful FInlsh rf Clearance Saleti An Extra Special Announcement A cleanup Sale of all Dry Goods A Price Sacrifice on all that is Left i l t et In announcing to the public that Mr Jas L Pence of t Cincinnati the House Raiser has arrived in our city to remodel the store means a- AShoriOoiitiiiation of the Clearance Salen He has notified us that we will be compelled to remove every piece of goods out of the store and as we havent the room for same will still make a sacrifice of the winter goods left and in spite of the numerous jweFor that reason we respectfully urge that you purchase now of therbeautiful 1904 Spring PatternsIt will be ofinterest to you to read carefully the prices quoted belowIi All Winter Goods j At Less Than Gost t All1 Suits of Underwear for men at 69c 1 1 Dress Shirts for men at 75c 50c Dress Shirts for men at 39c Ladies 35c Union Suits at 20c a 50c Union Suits at 39c 1 Union Suits at 75c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss at 75c a box J5c colored Lawns ane Dimities at 8 I3c 15c Printed Madras at 813c 7 12 J2c Ginghams at JOe 25c Fancy Shirt Waist Suitings at 20c 20c Embroidered Swisses for dressesvat J5ct1 Swiss Curtains at 89c r 150 Swiss Curtains at 123 J 00 Lace Curtains at 89c 1 25 Lace Curtains at 99c 1 50 Lace Curtains at J 23 2 00 Lace Curtains at 149 3 00 Lace Curtains at 2 25 Yours For Mutual Benefit OWEN McKEE j = i 1 L 4 V V4 a bUteu SS SSSSSS S SSSSSSSS SSSSSS0 I e 9 iI S J e e S I S S 55 S I S S S S I S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S s SI IS A t r f i t t s I f t t t yws ao 5 E 4 P UCEDJ0w RI v iE9 SS SSI es SS j P R I c E S JJS- S1 SS U S S S fi 4on all Heavy Winter-S SSSI 511 SS SsISS 1 BOOTS SHOES JJJIU- S 511 SSS 511S E UNDERWEAR Ji 1 501 15 iigE It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods mi S Eat this time of the year in order to begin next g 550o Ig season with fresh new goods g SS S 0 c E o S5I- S SOS SII II j1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 1j a 51- 1EE Main Street Richmond Kentucky E Sss 5 5 5 5 5Sl SSSSS l5SSS5SSSl l5S5iS5S5S1555S5Sl55S S mosoassoS sOssSoS S Ss Se ssoS Sl eSSSS SSSS lSSSe I he krJimond Climax I CHENAULT President A O MILLER Editor Manager n WEDNESDAY FEB 24 1904 CHLUHMiKVCKY WEDNKDUAY KY The Jlimax Printing Co Incorporated John D Carroll ACanldaJr AppcIIateJtgelntMs bVis H nJ D Carroll of Newcastle one ijfuie best known lawyers in tl- n1te bus nounctd as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district BiiliJMct to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carrolls friends espec laity in the profession have for a uig time desired to see him on the twitch f the highest court in the State He held several ottices of trust and biinor and in all of them acquitted hiinelf with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a nmtnber of the Con Htiiutional Coiivptitinn anil one of the three commlHtrionerR appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws of the State to conform to the changes made by the constitution and wax for tbre years chairman of the Democratic SStat Central Comnilttefi He is the Hitor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Prmtitte and CarrollH Kentucky Siainteg lawboobn tlitt are in general u eanil that may be found in the office of every lawyer in the State A wan of blub iiiieisrily great indumry with an extHiifiive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his lafg rircle of friends behfive he would make a hplendiil Judge Trimble Democrat tf STATB OF 88IveFRANK J OnE BY makes oath that t he Uxeiiinr partner of tlie firm of F J f Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and state afore safr nml that said firm will nay the 11l1nl of QNB HUNDRED DOLLARS for r each HIII every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Halls tamrrh Cure FRANK Ji CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in mv pre enH4 this 6th des of Decem 1886j A W GLEASON I WEAL Votary Puhttr Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken intet nally and acta directlyon the blood and mucous surfaces of the MRtem Semi for testimonials free K JUKfitffSYfln rtlriilo 0 Soul bv all Drnrjists The Haiia Family Pills are tin host L CI F1Broer Co11 LEXINGTON KY i f Homeir Builders When you are estimating on the cost of your pros pective home consider well one thing Wood MantelsNot- hing adds more to the inte riot beautifying of the home than mantels Our new Spring line in unusually large umbrae lug all grades from the cheapest bed room mantels without cabi nets to the most elaborate de signs All the new etfects In t Tile Plain Onyx anti Chipped f Faced Over 60 col lS to select from k frames Grates Summer Pieces in Copper i Brass Nickle and Black- Expert Tile Setters to do your work All work guaranteed Come and look over our line F C1F1BroerCo11- r MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KV I i DfHixo the last few weeks mucb has Ien writ en about the spirit o1 growth and firoprers that has charac terized our town for the past two or three years This has been noticeable from a building standpoint There has been a remarkable growth in this particular line An 9ver own new buildings have been erected anti are still being erpeted Just since sprirgof latar in fact almost one new ieet has been opened upand neat pretty homes built From a bus mess standpoint this satan spirit is equally perceptible Our merchants have been keeping step with the on ward match of time and progression Our various stores are uptodate and the proprietors arc quick to realize the wants of the people and to supply same No town of its size is better supplied with official men doctors lawyers anl dentists We as citizens are proud of our waterworks system and fire protection our system of electric anti gas lighting our differ ent industries Our schools are up to the standard We lay claim to as many pretty buildings as any town of its size in Kentucky In mentioning the different forms of business however we would indeed refer to the newspapers for in them is a town re flected All the thrift of not only Richmond but every town is shown by its newspapers If the merchants of a town are spiritless lack in en orgy and thrift and their stores are jungles of junk and jam it will be plainly seen bv the space they Use in advertising On the other hand if the merchan s are full of push and in every way keep pace with the day the newspapers will loom up brilliantly with theirc lumn halfcolumn nnd other live advertisements This fact alone will give proof of the business that Is going on in Richmond Look at her newspapers read over advr ti ernents of this that and the other kind of industries and you will see thit much business is being trans icled in our little city INSTEAD of chasing off to Pittsburg Pa for a President for Central University the committee on selection should look about nearer home for a Iew head for that Institution It loes seem to us that it is time South ern Institutions should learn that they need not hope to secure student pa tronage outside the South but had better set about holding their own Southern biys at home by haying at the heads of their Institutions popular Southern men It is a purely busi ness proposition f Colleges cannot get along without students Southern colleges have a vry hard time to hold their boys away from the larger Northern Institutions hence it is a bad policyto seek a President from a section that contributes the fewest number of stu lents when by choosing a man who is popular In the territory that fur nlhfis the great bodyof students the Institution is most likely to attract and hold the students of Its own sec tion Southern Denominational Institutions are largely dependent upon local condtions All the Massachusetts students of Harvard mfeht withdraw and yet Harvard would flourish All the home patronage of Yale might withdraw but Old Eli would get there just the same But let Pcott countycitizens lose interestin Georgetown College or Clark county people in Kentucky Vesl yn College or Russ llville citizens in Bethel College and what would be the result There would not be a corparala guard left to play leapfrog Central University is nearly a cen tury old and full of honors but she has never yet reached that stage when the popularity of her faculty wav not an important consideration In her ma terial welfare She is only one of many small colleges in the South above referred to that require all the the local patronage possible in order to enroll a majority of the students in their territory Messrs McEwan and Hobsonspoken- of as possible Presidents Central Uni versity have nothing now In common with the States and communities that supply the student body of Central Unlveraltyi They are distinguished graduates of the Institution it li true on ul are out of touch with its alumni nnd the South generally having lived twenty years in the North In our judgment the man for Pres ident of Central Uiversity is not only Southern born a distinguished graduate of Central University res ident of the South now and always an eloquent pulpit orator of distin guished lineage a decendant of two former beloved Presidents of Central University the grand soninlaw of the greatest benefactor of the new Central University well known in Virginia where he received his theological train ing beloved in Georgia where he if now a pastor but of all here in Kentucky his birthplace acknowledged the most popular graduate the Institution has had in the last thirty years the idol of every circle a mixer with out a peer and one whose name would a ouse everyold Central University man to active interes in his ALMA SIATEK the Rev Rutherford E Doug las of Micon Ga until two yeart ago pastor at Nicholasville Ky IT is exceedingly gratifying to thi old Confederate soldiers in Kentucky to know with what unanimity anil doubtlei pleasure the Legislature hat passed bills in their interest Thi handsome sum of 57000 was appro propriated for the erection of cottigc at Pewee Valley the site of the Con federate Home made possible by th generosity of the people as well as b a former appropriation by the Legis lature The proposed cottages are be for the use of such of the old sol diers as have wives both of them b ing dependent In addition to this nice appropria tion a bill was passed increasing tl e per capita of the inmates from 125 to 175 When the bill came up in tin Senate the venerable Senator Curti F Burnam of Richmond father of the present Chief Justice of the Cour of Appeals said he had always bee an uncompromising Union man bt nothing would give him more plea ure than to do anything within h power to help care for the aged so diers who fought for what theyCOI ceived to be the right Senator Bn cam Is an ardent Republican but none the less a truechivalrous Sout ern gentleman Owenton New Herald HON ABE RENICK of Clark h stated that at the proper time he w announce his candidacy for Den cratic nominee for State Senator To tie fobilc I desire to call your special attentl to the tact that the season for hon palutinir and papering is drawing clo and no doubt you contemplate paintii aiid papering tile exterior and interi of your residence tins spring or fr and as I know of no better or safer w to invest reasonable amount of morn than this I desire to remind you ags If the fact nllinning and wall paper business and t thoroughly prepared to furnish yon i timates free of charge and do yo painting and wall paper hanging very reasonable prices As I empli none but firstclass workmen and u mly the best materials in and on work I do I canand v guarantee good results anti perfect s faction on all work I may do for yi aid therefore ask vou for at leas share of your work promising you return for your money value receivt A full and complete line of the new deigns in wall paper of all kinds ai colors of pure white lead paint alwi on hand Thanking you for past p ronage anti for a continuance of sat this year I am- Yours very respectfullyW Store and shop West Irvine street be tween Iecond and Third layShingles rrJ E Donaldson of Waco Kv general manager of the Waco Mini is and Manufacturing1 Co was in nfcity Wednesday This company whirls has a large tiling factory at Searev Ky has recently put on the market a patented burnt clay shingle which Ii more artisticand durable than slatiim and which is aa cheap as the ordinal v wooden shingle The Waco is a bright red i sembling brick but has All the qua ties of metal and IK put together by tongue and groved proresa Seveial handsome residences at Nlcholasvii8 and Versailles are covered with tire new roufltig and it promises to supo sede slating and metal in the construc Hon of roofs A number Lexington men are In terested In the company which has undertaken the manufacture of the new kind of roofing bekingtou LeaderI Verdis Brilliant Hiitoplece Otbdlo In En gUsh the Notable Operatic Production of the Year at Hacaoleyj Louisville The roost attractive and important grand opera production of the present season next to that of Parsifal In New York is that of Verdis brilliant masterpiece Othello which Henry W Savage will present during the coming opura festival In Louisville This noble work has never been sunK except in a limited number of American cities and when produced this year by Mr Savages famous English Grand Opera Company WItS proclaimed at once the most artistic success yet achieved by American Bingeru Othello is the eighty first English Grand Opera pro duction by Mr Savage during the eight years history of lila organization The English version Is a translation by Francis Huefler the London Times critic who has restored the Shakes t pearean text giving the opera a drama tin importance not afforded by any oth er grand opera production The cast includes the best English singing artists on the American stage tenor Jos eph Sheehan having the title role win fred Goff the artistic baritone taking the role of lago Gertrude Rennyson the great dramatic soprano who be- cameI such a favorite iu Louisville last season taking the role of Desdemona with Rita Newman the California mea zo soprano taking the role of Emillla I and Charles Fulton singing the role of Casfelo Mr Savage hasgivenOthello an elaborate scenic production that IB S to excel all Ms previous efforts During the Louisvile opera festival four masterpieces will be sung includ ing Othello on Monday night and at the Wednesday matinee Bizets Car men with this great American contral to Marion hell in the title role on Tuesday an I Wednesday evenings Wagners subli me tone drama Tatin hauser Thursday evening and at the Saturday matinee with Gounods immortal lyric drama Faust the bill for Friday anti Saturday nights Each opera will bring forth a separ ate cast of singers and special scenic productions A feature of the opera festival will be the full grand opera orchestra of for ty musicians under Chevalier N B Enidtiuel the great Italian opera con conductor and Mr Ehiottchierlck the Wagnerian conductor There will be excursion rates on all railroads for parties of ten or more who contemplate attending the opera festival UNION CITY Feed in this section is scarce and high Mis Mattie Bonny left Monday to isil sister in Indiana MM Sally A Harbor who has been lUite lit for some weeks is somewhat nproved Joseph Oldhams two children Cecil md Lillian have been on the sick list ifea days Jerry Moore iliad at the County louse Wednesday He leaves a wife nd two children The two year old child of Mr and Mrs JHO Turpin over in the bend lied Saturday morning Robert Harris of K U Lexington sited hut parents Mr and Mrs Jas larris near Union Citv from Frida o Monday Drs Henry and Scuriiier have been luito busy attending the sick most of he winter with an occasional visit from Dr Bosley of Richmond Mr Ohms Lanter ansi family moved i Richmond last week Richmond peo le will find that Chas is a hustler the Governor in no slouch when it umea to netting things done Air Dudley Turpin now of Rich oonil was at Union City Saturday writing checks to liquidate the indebt fllness of his fal her Allen Turpin and amily Tnrpinlike He bus a posi inn at the barrel factory We have often heard of smiles ex tiding from the mouth to each ear Since the arrival of that big boy at lInt ler Dunns the boys say Butlers smile an be plainly ceen both gwine and icominV His joy being unbounded ne smile goes clear round Uncle Joe gentry passes the cold winter days this way I just go oveno- ie farm build a big tire in the cabin- ed and just sit around the fire and feeL good and if anybody comes in Citnl l e selfish I am bound to divide lays he Uncle Joe makes himself happy by trying to make others happy Some time ago Mr and Mrs T A Shelton came near losing their eight earold son Park from autointoxi- caI Their twoyearold son Earl lies suffering for five weeks from septic o isoning caused by a scratch on one His fingers He has suffered greatly is become much aoiaciated and weak t has made some improvement in the utst few days It is hoped the worst of the trouble is over Dr Henry rrports thirtythree cases it smallpox which have been in his care eight at the county poor house iesi les two others making a total of fortythree to date These represent bout eleven families the county poor house Mrs Durhams near Union City ind nine others in the Doylesville neighborhood The Durharas were lib orated Saturday and the county pa tients will be released in a few days rhere are only two families in qnaran lue in the Doylesville communityand should there be no new cases a few dayawill end all danger on this side jf the county It may be asked how it was soun suppressed The answer is very simpln Every family where there was sma Ipox and every person vho had been exposed to it was put un ter quarantine obeyed orders and thus thanks be to Drs Henry and Gib ton the danger is about over Some oereons have been very sick from it out there has not been a single fatality Feed is Scarce and Dear Fodder is selling at flOe per shock In previous years 25c has been the ninximum price Farmers are buying jay and feed at river markets Ever day the feed question in the Blue Grass becomes a more serious otis Provender in plenty may be bad in other markets but local farmers have rarely be fore had to add stock feed to the ex jenue column The famine elates back 0 the drouth which aside from dwarfing crops killed forage and forced the tanners to early commence to feed from ick and crib To aggravate the feed 4hurtage winter set in unusually early md lisa been above the average in sev mty Thousands of dollars will have 10 be turned ioee in other markets be fore the feeding of stock may be discon tinned Special Request By request Key J W Crates will oreach P sermon at the Methodist jliurch on nixt SnnSy morning at 1045 ou Infant Baptism Announce ment is made that those not desiring to hear a doctrinal senaoti may act ac cordingly In Baptist Qrdcs- fo have secured the services ot Miss Ivk 8 as musical director and leader of the choir with Miss Crow as organ tat we hppe to notice a decided im provement in our music Mg and Mrs C R Boucher are at Bowling Grebe Attending the State con xenlion of the Y M C A The Sunbeam Band had a carpet ball social last Thursday at the nome of Mrs C R Bouchei on Third street The Ladies Aid Society will give a Court day dinner iu May Place will be given later We were delighted to have Mr A D Flora from Cincinnati to assist us In the music last Sunday The Ladtes Aid Societ willy have an apron sale in tLe window of Crntcber Evans store on Saturday February 27th At the regnlar meeting of the Worn ans Missionary Society in January Miss J W Smith was elected President Miss Bessie Dudley and Mrs DC Big gerstaff were reelected Secretary and Treasurer respectively Under the effi cient service of Mrs Boucher our Society has increased greatly in interest and numbers and the contribution to Missions has been larger during her leadership tItan at any tiim since its organizationA contribution was made last Sunday for State Missions amounting to 38 This is the most our church has ever given to this oneobject Our church eeeuw to be taking on new life along all lines and our pastor is yery much encouraged Everyone ia cor dially invited to attend all the servicts of the church Come thou with us and we will do thee go- odPERSONAL Mr W D OMham was in Mt Sterl ing last week Mrs L J Frazee of was here last we keMr and Mrs Rayburn Rnoker of Ford were here last week Miss Belle March has returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Mrs E E Qaisenbery has returned to Ford after a visit to relatives in this cityMiss Linda Gormely left Monday for a visit to relatives at Crab Or chard Miss Dovie Letcher of Danville was a guest last week of Miss Anne BennettMrs A D Miller is in Lexington today for the matinee performance of BenHurMr D Flora of Cincinnati is here at the bedlde ot his mother who is seriously ill Mr and Mrs Omp Flora and little daughter Ethel of Illinois are here visiting relatives Mrs Ella Farley left Monday for Cincinnati to purchase her Spring millnery supplies Mr and Mr Matt Hacker and chil dren of Irvine have been visitiag re latives and friends here Mr and Mrs Walker McKinneyof Georgetown are guests of relatives here and in the count Mrs S E Scott is in London at tending reunion of the Jones family of which she is a member Mrs W C Gormerly and niece Miss Katherine Pittman have return ed from u visit tQ Mt Sterling Dr C C Hooker and Mr Tom Reeves will enjoy the BenHur pro duction in Lexington this evening Mi G W Pickels Jr who attends State College in Lexington spent Sundaywith his parents in this city Miss Annie Kennedy has been entertaining Misses Kate Arnold and Mag gie and Pollie Traylor all of Lancas ttrMr Joe Chenault went to Spears to spend Sunday with his wife ant children who are visiting her parents thereMr Coleman Neff who has been seriously ill is somewhat improved at this time much to the delight of his many friends Mrs Harry M Blanton had as her guests last week her mother and sis ter Mrs Watts and Aliens Watts of Chllesburg During the absence of Mr W L Crutcher in New Mexico Mrs Crutch er will be with her daughterMrs G W Evans Jr Mrs William Cockran of Whites Station who has been seriously ill of pneumonia improving and will soon bd convalescent Mesdames J D Dykes T B Collins Beacham Lacky and T H Knrr are in Lexington today for he matinee performance of lien Hur Mr and Mrs Herman Fmsa of Rich mond were guests of Mr and Mrs R A McGrnth Jr also Mr T S Moore and family the first of the week MarksburyCor in Danville Advocate Mrs J W Zaring left this morning for Lexington to attend the perform ance of BenHur this afternoon From there she will go on to Carlisle to visit her daughter Mrs J D Al lan who entertains with an ellegant reception tomorrow Mrs Kuper Hood entertained on last Tuesday afternoon at a handsome reception in honor of her moth er and sister Mrs and Miss Hubbard of Covington The interior was beau tifully decorated for thn occasion and an elegant lunch added much to the enjoyment of the guests The society young people of the cityenjoyed a verypleasant dance on Mondayevening at tho Masonic Temple As usual the floor was in excel lent condition and with Professor Walkers orchestra the music was good Everybody present lad a good time and the affair was a success in every Way Mrs W G White of Louisville is visiting her parents Hon and Mrs W B Smith Mrs Smith remains quite ill at her home on tho Sammitt The many friends of Mrs P F Adam Jrwm regret to know that she is at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where she will undergo medical treatment for several weeks The following notice wIihc of in terest here where Mr Bell was in time past a popular student of Cen tral University andaprotaIettzasm ber of the Sigma Nu Fraternity The mnrriage f Miss Charlotte Logan and Mr J Archie Bell was sol emnized at the horns of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Alex A Logan in Shelbyville Tuesday by the Rev David M SweetH The house was ex quisitely decorated in palms cut flowers and jmllsx The bride wore a gown of white Paris muslin and lace and tulle veil and carried a bouquet of white roses Miss Elizabeth Petty the maid of honor wore a toil et of white chiffonetto and carried white carnations The ceremony was followed by a supper The brleds ta ble was set in out glass and white carnations From the chandler were sus pended strands of smilax and green ribbon Mr and Mrs Bell left tor a Southern trip Louisville Times The following item will be interesting to Richmond people since the little lady referred to has often visited heie with her mother Mrs J B Par rent who is a sister of Mrs R L Gentry of thin city At the Convention of Southern Elocu tionists recently held in Atlantallttle Corrlnne Parrent who has gained an enviable reputation for her natural eocutionary talent gave a reading efore the Convention for criticism Her first number Christmss dance in Dixie by Booth Lowry the Mto Issippl poet and a most enthusiastic member of this convention simply captured the house Not one adverse criticism was given Her second read ing was from the facile pen of Mn Walker Kennedy of Memphis An swer to Little Boy Blue The child has a wonderfully sweet and well modulated voice and so tenderly and pathetically did she render this number as to bring tears to the eyes of teachers and readers Prof Stowed an of Cumberland Universitycalled her an inspiration fresh from Gods hands and stated in thirty yrars experience as teacher of Oratory and Public Reader he had never heard her equal The C nvention was unan imous that should Little Corinne enter the field as a Reader the most brilliant future awaits her DoYou I Burn CQlIt If so why not burn the BESTWe handle the Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALS IAlso CORN and HAY Eityvi11a Qoil C- oD R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 Office and Yards Aspen Avenue Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against iheesiateofT M Turner deceased a e hereby notified to tile same legally verified wish the underigned on or before March 15 1904 or same will be barred State Bank Trust Co Exr T M Turner Notice to Creditors All persona having claims against the estate of Ruth Rosson deceased legallyIor same be barred State Bank Trust Co Exr Ruth Kofison Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of E R Rowland deceased are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned on or before March 15 1904 or same will be barrtd State Bank Trust Co Trustee for E It Rowland u der will of Mary S Rowland The Missouri Pacifc Railway Company St Louis Iron Mountain South em Railway Co The True Southern Route to California is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw ing Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los Angeles and San Francisco Quick time and uptodate service Dining Cars meals a la carte Low rates in effect after March 1 lOOt to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West and Southwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A Ai Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Unusual Rate In erect by the Missouri Pacific Rail way February 16 March and 15 only 85ofor second class tickets St Louis to all points in Indian and Ok lahoma territories By Iron Mountain Route only 10 from fit Louis to all polntii in Texas East of Amarillo Ft Worth San Angelo San Autonio AIIIce and Galveston Also to intermejdiatehigher Call on or address A A Gallagher D P AI 410 Walnut SttOiuciaiMti O L l If F 7F 7171 71F JI l 7F7JffJJG On L t14VOr7S i1 ujeThe makers of this beautiful line of Shoes forestall time they make the styles in + advance therefore showing them long before others f i 3 1 I rI and Real Door to 400 Ill acres on Barnes Mill pike one mile from town For sale 90 per acre 30C acres 3 miles north of Berea Brick house which cost 18000 well improved For sale 15000 A lot 5ox2oo and house on Walnut street For sale 850 Terms one halt cash 3 houses on Seconu street Lots 33xllo For sale 5oo each A lot 5ox2oo and house on Walnut street For sale 9oo Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner flU Rooms for Rent By Mrs K G Wiggins 2t The CLIMAX and weekly ourier Journal both one year lor 25 This offer will expire on March 10 I will on March 7 which is County Court dav sell to thu highest bidder about 30 shares of Farmers National Bank stork Long Tom Cheuault- 17f3t For the next 2o days we will close out for cash at cost two Moores double heaters three Radiant Homes three Coles Hot Blast stoves irr order to make room for spring goods D B Rhackelford Co For Rtnt I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied bv Mr T A Robinson tf tills Laura Bright s dfJ As Administrator of W T Harris I will offer for sale on March 17th 1904 his late residence on the Boega lane or road fronting on said road 84 feet and running back an equal width 335 feet At the same time and place I will offer Three Nice Lots Said lots adjoin the refldencn and have the same frontage and depth These lots contain the heat body of brick dirt in Madison county sufficient for mak lug 2000000 brick For the benefit of this property a road about 34 feet front on Pike running eoiith along the west Ride of K B Dillintrham property about 350 feet to the property dettrlbed above will be deeded to the purchaser provided sail property sells as a whole otherwise this road will be gold separately Thin property will be utTered separately and then as a whole the highest bid to cash the hal ance in two equal pnvmeiits of six and twelve months with 6 per cent interest Lien reserved for unpaid purchase money Saml Rice Admr Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer February 12 rs alo William Bennett FIB tut Oft NOTICE OF SALE IN KQUtTY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of lisle of he Madison Ctrcuh Court rendered at the January Term thereof lOOt In the aboro atyle cause the undersigned wit on Mch 8 04 Between the hours ot 10 oclock a to and oclock pm on the premises In Madlaon county Ky proceed to expose to Public Hale 61 14 Acres of Land situated In Uadlsonisonnty on the iratera of and conveyed to Murray oy James W Murray by deed of rcorU In tlerkt office of Madlso County Court and bounded by Paint Lick Creek and small tract of land bought by said J W Murray from rIcOarle anti lands of Howard trIbble and lands of Turner and lands of Bob Walker The entire tract of land will be sold to satisfy the debt Interest and costs ot William Bennett which aniounta to the WI Utl1d7ald the excess will beheld by the Court for further adjudication Par clias r will be allowid possession upon com plying with terms of salt TEn ISSale will bj made on a iiedlt oftand 12 mouths The i nrchHier will be re SH MUKOCr- k FOR AU of the dainti est creations in dress and street Shoes Styles which the I most fastidious dressers seek MadeinaliLeathers 350 mtRichmond REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rents Collections Sells Buys Estate Sells Coal and InsuranceN- ext Government Building TELEPPONE AQministratar Building attai- n1ERMSOnethird 11- 104Coiioe IfllMtJohn Tuesday lollowlngdescribed sentuckybelli securityfurbearinglplSntereat purchueThorpe MEN A lot looxSoo on Smiths Summit For sale 800 A dwelling and store on corner E anti Orange streets well improved For sale 1000 House and lot on corner Estill Ave Irvine pike Lot lloxoo For sale 15oo 3 lots on Seventh street For sale 1100 Call at office of Richmond Real Es tate Co Hobson Building House mouth ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Cheap Oneway Rates California t NorthwestMa- rch J April TicketsNExcursion tickets daily HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas lot Orchard Iot40xl80 Glvndon uiontji to J904 to ILRo9 month Indian and Texas Farming in the South Passenger of Illinois Central R lining monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable ganlenine stock rsisissg dairying etc States Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi nml Louisiana Every Farmer Homeeeeker forward Isle dress to the undersigned will mailed free Circulars 1 to 11 inclusive and others they are published month to month For through rate tickets rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba New Orleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F HARLOW D P Kv Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can he secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or writing j 27 tf T D Chenanlt Terrill Ky Telephone 350M Low Settlers Rates Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES The dates are Jan 19 Feb 2 and 161 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19IThe rate a lit tie more one or round Now is the time tripIyour own while land is cheap The Southwest offers the greatest induce tnents to liorneseekeraa mild equable climate short pleasant winters long growing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description can be had at prices ranging from 5 to 25 per acre owing to location soil and improvements Take advantage of some of the ahoy dates and see this great country for yourselfIf will write us where yon want to go we will tell exact cost of your ticket and send maps do ccriptive literature and help you to find a suiahle location Write today to LOScltaeterTPA tottonItelt Roite Cincinnati 6 orW LaBeaBtne G p T A Cotttia BltRoite ia LOllillO- House of six rooms ansi lot 60xlJ feet on Orchard street Well improv ed sale S1050 One 40x125 feet on street For sale S250 of 9 rooms and feet on corner and Fourthstreet For rent 20 per For sale 2600 House of 5 rooms large lot on Big Hill avenue For sale 1200 A large frame house on tfeooinl street For rent S8 per to 30 Secial Low One way urn roundtrip Rates in enVit on first and third Twbilm in each to Southand Southwest Arkansas Territory Oklahoma The Department the R Co is in of West or who will name RIIIItI he Nos as from and and W A- Louisville by is way you the you E For and the the Home Seekers Excursions at Very LOW RATES tt many points In the following terrltor AI bono Arkansas Colonido Indian Territory Iowa KnnMi Michigan Minnesota Mi oun Nebraska New Mexico Norm Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Utah WlioMi and Wyoming over the BigFour RouteSelling February 2 and 16 March 1 hnd 15 April 5 and 19 1904 For fall Information and particular as to rates tickets limit stop over e call on Aenta BIg Four Home or 5dIreaa the undersigned J E REEVES Gen Southern WAHREN LYNCH Q P AgolitI Cincinnati Ohio Sosk 9akev- er made to the Southwest via The Rock Island Frisco SystemsI Are von interested If so get anti take advantage of the lowest tI ever made to Arkansas Texas IndieS and Oklahoma Territories Tlcke sale from Memphis St Louis and Clticago February 16th March 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Call ou your nearest ticket agent ot address H LIcGUIRF District IaBsAgt Cincinnati Ot I I1 I = 1 j i c f r 4C 0 STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS Vt rInij ppru 1to vri iiJViirm Stock in a rich mining property situated r Vviijts fi on Glebe Arizona rstors HI r t tit1 LtiuItUh1 investigat this property owed by the Arizo aa Cjlorado Copper Belt and 4 i y J9IIMiningand Milling Company Isi ii tq nl iauy III IIH Urii u 111 In A iziuaV wuidetful toppiir Jlult extending c inn Jfpiii iliH mill Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe t 111 n wi n itt p ni Hir tip1 jiiitioui mul flume promUt is not HxcrllKi In the w rld- iou hi ill wot U ty iliii lliii sttiNi iMnx f III kind development Mill ifilnir on in iif in 11Ilerll it eiiHti iiiHiiH IStVIV ttlniiii will a litiiio rti in iuiit on Hyery c o Oi ftor it iiiSt mwl LHHII nt in IMJUIK JIIIIMen wiili HHII Miiy ill Tin Uranium eto Ijtrjje qUtl II eN t isi Hi r HSI tidiiti 4 ri riiitl Tlint WH lil II 11 llIkHI i li iirM minim p 1rlllIr Arizona am other parts 01 the wstwhuii it win oyWtfl hir 10 l1tr Hiiil Vtv lit w rist loSTo lrhrtIIII bny in HIM c ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co SO Cents per Share 1w1ikI liniMth Invenoron tliH GIII iIsr with ih Piomiter Mock fully paul and nonassessable PI1Jr rtt ls rim ateof stork ao illlllIImlIl work fur niHohinery neil hi miiiitirnd milling and the hoit c illir Bd liii lillir It Tf fril tnt tl Illlll- N HlHriit nfllctir 11 iwv DivxIfHilx puid when inino is producing tiM HII investment guaranteed HOBO met dllS tit olTrf1 as peu Hiin bm bS an invxHtinent fur it must nclviiiie in price The den ifnl MIIMIUIT mtes Protn t repair jIiIII k HlmuUI lie al par before the cIiit of the vear II The inc 1 will notice Uta Havinirthe Uiiiil Vrll Senator larks tniss with Itfl BiHImi Dollar Ore Body III mn Ith ii rlliwetHiidon lliHwaithwest Ih Tuppir Queen of lt ibatuid other mines operated bv ifihiMMiningOpportunity of the Present Century rFrnrhr infsrntttitii address IROBT I KOltBB 1 pIt f Hiiri than Mgr- V Main Offliv Hlol Arizona e rq WHITHAM 0s J rW II HU IIIKR G vv JK j JfeVlumirJrm A Magnificient Stock of Goods Id V t 6 Everything for the home beautiful V c can be found in our store v 4 cand c wills fr I fitCUq f We are at home at Joplins old stand on f Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention cgve US call u Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky C Louisville I Atlantic Riilroi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VlIIlInleeLawrenCeburgISbtOll 6Oa m and OIaclntI 148pm Fer Irvine MId Bialtyvtlk 130 pm fttVlNS vftlttVB RIUUMONO From LtfohiHIl Led note n and ttrflam- Ttnolnnitl ittlCr m From Irvine ant Beattyvllle OJ16 pm U R SMITH O P k P Versailles Ky R A Wolams 8 Hi timnnd Ky LtNI Tim Mi Ar 1244 p t 1IIt 316 arn 11gw p nJ 1 Vo I OJusJuniti and Livingston Eie SII nth boun XoC Cfnn8Uant4 Livings ton Bxnross nor b bound soCinuaU and Livings ton iixpreM north hound NoS Ctnnali and Llvlnes ton Ex south o nd Vo lu Stanford and Mays yule Aecra north bound lpm pm No II Stanford and vllle Aecra south No 21 Richmond and Row land Aocra south bound 4gapnZ Klehnrand E 0 Vance 110 Mrs E OYance D 0 124S PII lMpmthO llOd 620aml MinsII2Oaml No2t and ford north bund SumI Osteopathic Physicians HoUsoa Bull slug LitnnUiirH nrnilioil on application COVSJLTATIOH FREE jGraduatesHnntbtrn School of Ostbeopathy OLD JOE WHISKY Iltstl mllft Sstir 1nsti svlsry drop rpnriv l0sl tO I ur sit oII style IIIHUU fiiiiir LN BETTER J tutU he Inund for inflilloiiinl pur i s You want the ro befit Furnished Strictly to Family Trade i 10 vmr old in jues Si 00 per gallon Io hUtfIi5 juis 2110 5 150t11e4 L New Whisky 5K80 per gallon Orders promptly llfd WILEY SEARGY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajpr n iVlyr Anderson county Kr RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription 1 For mankind The 5 cent packet is enoueb for jsual occasions The family bott 60 cents contains a supply for ayjgii All drugRlsta eell them jllVhompHon a well J zen o MmersburgdhdJj1 Iiingjpp pjttip 0 0 3 JOS Sec Treasurer Praiich Oftlre 24R Eqi1itat1P8Id- cteuver Colorado tr tr EVANS a PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOEUE7S h MILLER 4rroRNiTLTLAWKI- CIiMOZtD KBTTOOKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to ormers National Bar feb3ly strIjTjrv AJA ArTORNEYATLAW- RIOUMOND KENTUCKY Jffire over State Bank TniHt Co Opt- tltBite nirt House on Main Street p P O D M OH I1N A mil ATTORNEYS AT LA 1ICJHIONn IIIlTUCKY- Second street over Ohen nltsgrocery W R LET HER Atto11leuat Law KintMOND KENTUCKY Office over Bros Store ACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLORi AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofilceln John Bennetts old law office over Perr A Thomas drugstore PinSIOIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON PYCIANS AND SURGEthR KENTUCKY ice to car Dr Hjhvm DniMmj MiinStreet DENTAL SVRGERY t 1ae1 t t13nQ DBJCnST OF LODI8VILLB Ky uUdlngIcbmSDdnovlTly u V M Blanton DENTIST 9Offiee lit Bennett Building llsnly TELEPUO4E 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon WednesIay March 9 1904 COUCiAND IWITH I FOR Taylor RICHMOND Dr Kings II Now Wsoery II C ONSUMPTION OUGHt OlDS and 50c Free Price cll SES For jOAT FRANK A WRIGHT Vine President Biaiivh Office 910 Tncoma Bldg Ohiiairo Iliunis tr Clover Hay FOR SALE 650 Bales Choice Clo Iver Hay For Sale In Quantities to Suit Jno fi Taylor Son Telephone 112 + GALL AT + e JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydatum lenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St ATTENTION tVo have moved our produce business from the Rni End of Maui street to the Gnruett HOUKC storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends ami patrons We wilt continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Jive us a call in our new willIProduce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2PjUlJv RldHMOND KY TO THOSE ws wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence s pleased losiatf sliat IWeare sate at the following in Mluliooi county Arbuckle Simmons Hearoy Hamilton O Pinnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John lltapp Burton Roberts J VTeater J W Prewitt L A Wearren e C McWharter lckner Early JTCov R chmond Waco Red house- VlIev View Ruthton Rdenton Cottonbnre Paint Lick w allaceton Be re a Klrksville 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS AcAnronequickly ascertain our opinion free whether an CommunleatiOnsaLrIcti7confldentj sent free Oldest agency for sccunne patents reeelyeapatatScientific JImericaii dreulatlonyearl fnllrmontbLlL 801dbtlllftPPA MUNN CO 36lBroadway NpwYnrk 8LWaabi1jZWk n Hearts everylonecuesheart disease not organic are not only Iridigestlonwhich fails of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthe heart and In the course of time diseaMrIronKa sad was In a bad stito u I hid heart trouhla fazrIDcmuKofel I gMte WItH You Lat and relieves the stomach of all aervota strain and the heart of all presjiire Bottlstonlr fataldzofrvn4 by La DWITT k CO H+OA3O For sale byerry Thonja3j A Cure for Eczema My baby had Ecxema so had that its head was a solid mass of scobs and its hair allcaniii out I trip ninny remedies but none eoetnpd to do nermaiiiint good until I used used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema id cured the scabs am jjone perfectlycleftnHgain I cannot give too mitch praise to DeWltta Wi ch UHZI Salve Frank Farmer Bluff Ojiy Kv In buying Witch Hazel lIlvl out for COUllt rrfcits DeWiiiV Is the oriuinnl and the orly nnp ciiiitainlng pure Witch hazel rrlu liii K n D Witt PII TpToii every Vmx Sold hv R O Siock nn f In TliB Faihpr of Mfrcipp lites to see mproy ioIINrliilrlrpii Ti ere is no pul inens wi lint man1 ness Relief in One Minute One Minnie Conpli due srives relief In nun inlinitt IIWHIISB if kills due mi riilie whiili tirbels the mncmm ni ni hrnnp cansine the coneh amid nt the ftnn lime rloorn the phleinu draws out the inftatnatfon and lInlhPII time atreitd pltrtit Onplinllt1 fViuirli fnre strengthen HIP lnntra wnnls off pllPl1mnnla Rill is a hannleBp inri nuvir fnilintr pure in all cnrahle fHKpsof ronsjiB CnliR Hnrt Croup Oe innte Oonci Onrp n nlsaant lo take lunrmleos sod cood nlibffor young ard old Sold hv R C Stockton m BLUE GRASS TRACTION COHFAHTt Georgetown Lexington Trac tion Cars leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a m to8 p in and at f0p m TRav61xlllllOn every hour from 6 a vn to ii in ansi at 9 p m Jincle fare in rents Time 55 minutes Te rp Lexington for Oeorgpfown ev pry hour from 7 a m to 11 p m except 11 a m pm 8 and 10 p III lave Georgetown every lifiiir from 6 am 10 10 p m except 10 n m 12 noon 7 and 9 p m V Mexander President Frllowlre SpeBif Rates In Effect via L L- One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March and 15 april 5 and l9nlso to Kansas and MisMinri on same dates 1 W Hamilton Agent for Rent I lejrire to rent for the year 1904 a rettldxiice with sfood garden and hlmk Miiih sluip nt Kiixtown Fur further sarhktilars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky ror Sale A new cot ate consisting ofour nice rooms and hall front and back porch nits front arid back yardand a good cistern Tim hou e has just been completed henoe lisa never been occu pied For paniriilars call at this office if- Ciraui work cannot be done with dir ty tools TO OTTBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Kn mo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure K W Oroves signature on ewih box In rents Diamonds Watches Crocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of evry description These are comr nf the things to p found nt Lungs Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse ton tae tlietu to lnne lie will fix them If your rlnur needs rpt tinus take it 10 Lanes litil fix that too If you want anything that can he fottnt in a first clans Jewelry ehtal Hnhmnt go to Lanes He in wnll fixed in these kind of snidest L E Lane Jeweler and Optician Stops the Cough and Works cS the 3o fd Laxative Brmii qt billie TrMet cure a wild in day No cure no pay Price 2s p- imtFor Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No 2 NO3 INo5INo6 INO7INO8 NoNo10 INo11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 INo18INO19 21 A twostory frame residence Richlmond 20 No 22 No 23 Xo 25 contain No No A twosto y frame reMdence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich mond lliS all uecessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de siring a nIsv bonte Two nice esldences near Main street and only tines squares from court bouse A more deniable location for an Ideal Iome could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain silo feetA will bay a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x feet Price tl0 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild tugs Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 good residence barn and provements sOo In fine locality acresI Farm containing 100 acres well lDprove1menta Four cottages on nic street well improved Price 1100 each IclstenlNice residence containing seven rooms portion of ctiy aliineCe IhouseA fonrmim cotage and sevenacres of lind five ares In grass and two In cardiE cd orchard And grape arbor necessary out buildings Tills pmpertv is nltnated In n thriving villnge where churches and schools are convenient Price 1500 One of the nicest residences In Itichmoi cityLotcontnlniiig eight rooms A two lory residence In nclghbo hood Lot liOlloO All 2810 necessary outbuilding 1I00dI deSIr1Ing neighborhood Co rn a nice resident street mnijiinlngfonr rooms and neces sary ontliiilliiings Can lie pur cliH n the installment plan A rrea hsgnlii atllCO Will ouint residence for purchaser An ideal cottsee oT Rio rooms ilecessarysniulldingiuuoiuding and ci lcm Price tl M Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser contalllingporches situated III best residence portion of rlty Stable coal house buildingsdesdrhigs home eightroUPall in grass and is At good farm and thlalandIocaiitybsJ I Ayers Give nature three helps and nearly every case of con sumption will recover Fresh air most important of all CherryPectoral Nourishing food comes next Then a medicine to control lungsAskt first used Ayers Cherry Pectoral years ago I liiive seen terrible cases of lunc dbeases cumt by it Am never without It AtBBKr G IlAUILTOK MarIetta Ohio lSoiSc f oIrII for J ATBCOO tIImammmmmml J Consumption Health demands action of the bowels Aid naturow Ayers Pills A NEW AFFLICTION The Latest Form of Caisson Disease Which Spots Its Victims CurlouUlwentground Workmen Canied by fish Pressure ljch Interest Is shown at Gouverneur hospital in New York city in the latest form of caisson disease developed among the workmen In the new Manhattan bridge caisson Frank Aes the slk man In the case was brought to the hospital from the caisson not only suffering se vere pains but also spotted all over with large blackish patches After he had been In the hospital a few days the spots entirely disappeared The hospital physicians account fot this strange development in this way When the men are put under pressure In the caisson the blood Is driven entirely away from the surface of the body and brain back to the regions of the heart The arteries and veins become relaxed and collapse At the same time a quan tity of air is forced through the skin and finds lodgment in the tissues of the flesh itself When the men are taken from the caisson unless they are decompressed very slowly the system Is unable to return to its normal condition before the outer air Is reached When this Is the case the blood still remaining In the Interior of the body rushes to thesurface and tears along the veins with a fierce rushThe relaxed veins are subjected to a sudden strain and in some cases give way causing the blood to come to the surface of the body in great clots very much like blood blisters The rush of blood is rendered the more dangerous by the effort of the Imprisoned air to get free at the same time This has a tendency to pull the veins and arteries out of place causing additional strainSometimes a blood vessel will burst in the ear from this cause forming a clot of blood Just inside the ear drum This always results in deafness and man of the workers In caissons become per fectly deaf The region that seems to be especIal- ly subject to such attacks Is the abdomen and chest It is here that the sandhogs as the men who work in caissons are called suffer the worst pain They are also attacked in the legs and arms but these are the forms of the disease so common and called by the men themselves the bends because of the tendency one has to double up when attacked by these cramps Bleeding at the nose fainting lightheadedness are the usual symptoms but sometimes bleeding will begin at the eyes Physicians say that half an hour at least should be taken In decompressing the men If that Is done they say there would be fewer cases of the disease So many men have been taken from the Manhattan bridge caisson suffering from caisson disease that the engineers are having trouble In getting enough men to do the work SIZE OF ANIMALS NOT LESS English Professor Explodes Theory Recardtnir Proportion of Their Extinct Predecessors Prof Ray Lankester of London in his concluding lecture on extinct animals demonstrated at the Royal Institution how erroneous It Is to suppose that liv ing animals are on the whole smaller In size than their extinct predecessors were In the miocene strata remains had been unearthed which proved that at ona time there existed elephants as small as a Shetland pony or a Newfoundland dog The horses of the present day too especially the great Flemish dray horses were of far greater size than any fossil horses of which we had Information- In former ages sharjcs attained Im mense proportions Some teeth of one of these monsters were exhibited in con trast with the teeth of a shark known to measure 30 feet long and whose mouth is two feet across The fossil teeth were four or five times as large and judging from this comparison and other circumstances naturalists are of the opinion thai the extinct shark must have measured 80 feet long and have been capable of taking three or four persons into its mouth at onceINEW THEORIES OF A Well Known flussinu Scientist Causes Stir by Announcement of PoBitbllltie of New Element New theories of radium and its pos sibilities as set forth by Prince Ttxkanor the well known Russian sci entist have electrified Russian scien tific circles The prince holds that by use of the rays of the new element it will be possible to solve the sex of children which Prof Schenck failed to solve and that many human ills now regarded as almost beyond the reach of the powers of medicine and science will be curable by means of radium At a recent lecture before the military association at St Petersburg the prince presented before his audience two cancer patients which he claimed had been cured of malignant growths on the face asa result of the radium treatment The prince also said he had prevented the development of hydrophobia in dogs which had been inocu lated with virus by using radium The system of modern warfare would be revolutionized according to the prince If quantities of radium were available as powder and other explo gives No Place for Snorcra A Utica man has been arrested and fined for snoring in church People who cant sleep noiselessly remarks the But falo Express should stay at home on Sunday Are You Going to FlciHa Winter Tonrifs tlrkpifunli siihisvis Qneen Oretioent Uiiife SoiitliAr Railway and CfiniMtiiic linen to point south Souhens mul SlUthweftt Iredticed rats ioitt returirfnt Mny31 1004 Ticket Juan now he pnrdiase lit Jacksonville stud St AiHnstfim via Lookout Mountain anti Atlanta returning via Aeheville j inl the Land of the Sky with htr p over privileges For rates Mid infoimation ddess G E Clarke T PA LexlnithnK7 W Jtlearsonlqp l1GqQli IOtD MEN m 1f JmlJl FIGHT Aged Philadelphians Agree to Settle Proparty Dispute by a Flatlo j Encounter CoL Bill Calhoun 70 years old and Nat titian 83 years old of Philadel phia are completing arrangements for a fight to the finish They live in ad joining properties in Norwood and are said to be on bad terms owing to thefact hat Urian has built his house tea feet nearer the road than Calhouna front porch The matclr grew out of a careless remark by Calhoun that he would like to put on thegloves with a boy of his age Urlan promptly took him up Cot Calloun Is one of the wealthiest residents of Norwood He formerly lived In Philadelphia and once represented the First jward in councils Not long ago he defeated Samuel Parsons 22 years old In Stfyard dash Urian Is a welltodo blacksmith and for many years was the champion tier of Delaware county 1918sI Both principles were in the pink of condition when interviewed the pther afternoon by a reporter CoL Calhoun had just returned from a tcnmilewalk Regarding my coming encounterwith Nat Urlan he said you can say that I am in good condition andexectto- win I dont think that Nat will last three rounds wlthinft Hes too old In his time he was agood one but that day is passed Of course if he Insists on fighting and wants to lose his money I cant help It So he says I am a has been does he said Urian when seen a short time later Ill show iilm who is the has been Why Bill Calhoun Is not 1n my class It will take me about one round to put him out OLD CLOCK A WpNDER Ancient Timepiece Furnishes Mini ter on Sunday Mornings and ninv Church Chime The oldfashioned grandfathers clock is becoming a rarity and only now and then one of them is at a public sale In the offredI tricts Then they bring big one recently selling for 265 when the competition between descendants of the original owner was lively Recently C C Moyer of Orwigs burg Pa bought one of these an tiquated timepieces and as a result of his reconstruction the clock Instead of merely striking the hour now shows the date day of the week and strikes different bells for the hour and the halfhour Then on Sunday morn ings at precisely 830 the clocks church chimes ring a small door opens above the dial and the figure of a man appears book in hand This figure remains above the dial all day Sunday disappearing late on that day and not reappearing till the following Moyer who Is 24 years old is noted for his ingenuity At an early age he became interested in the construction of odd machines The old clock adorns his home and Is a muchadmired piece of furniture NEVER SAW HIS WIFE And the Clilnnmnn lied Been Married TtrentyTwo Story of VearItranlfeI Chew Ting the who said- he would sooner be deported than marry an American girl even If heI had the chance made disclosures be fore being taken to New Orleans by Chief Deputy United States Marshal Patterson which explained the mys tery in the case says the Chicago Inter Ocean I am a married man admitted Ting I have been married 22 years but have never seen my wife The only way I came to learn that I had a wife was through my father He wrote to me from China and said that he bought a wife for me 22 years ago and that he was saving her for me so he could surprise me I understand my wife cost J5 Ting was arrested on the charge of being in the United States unlawfully The Mongolian came to Chicago 23 years ago passing through Canada The Chinaman was told that the only way he could escape being deported was to be married IHAT SAVES WOMANS LIFE Late Style Millinery Creation Pre yenta Fracture of Skull of Woman Who Falls on Stone Pavement A new style hat saved the life of Mrs Buhl of Sharon Pa the other afternoon She Is the wife of Frank H Buhl multimillloniare and former president of the Sharon Steel company Mrs Buhl was walking along the street when she slipped and fell striking her head on the stone pavement The force of the blow rendered her uncon sciousPhysicians revived her with difficulty Her escape from fatal Injury was Undoubtedly due to a new hat which she wore Underneath the back part of the hat was a heavy roll of velvet which served as a cushion when her head truck the pavement The physicians say that had the vel vet not been on the hat the blow would surely have caused death Good Cure for Lynch Law A man in Michigan committed acreand in less than 60 hours afterward he received a life sentence This is the kind of medicine says the Chicago Rec ordHerald that will cure the lynch law habit American Visitors to Switzerland Switzerland is gaining In popularity as a resort for Americans During the sea son of 1899 the number of Americans registered In the hotel books was 7348 last summer there were 11859 HES A BABY IIts Mother is WelL is healthy because during the period of gestation its mother used the popular and purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening relaxing liiibnent a muscle iuvig orator and rest ner It puts new coulingmotherItno dosing and swallowing of nasty drugs no treatment at alL The state of themother during gestation may influence the disposition and future of the child that one reason why mothers should watch their condition and avoid pain Her health that of the child mid their lives on free from pain WOrry and melancholy Be of good cheer strong of heart anti peaceful Mothers Friend can and will 21ornlugremedyofSendjrourbook rloth5erkod bet JtSBjrpflELO BECUUTM tC ATUTAIA s Stoves Ar COSTAirTight treating Stoves that we will close fVe hay one or tWo I out at cost for i Please bearn mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We can sell you one of our wagons for what yoajwould pay for an- inferior make 6 Come in and examine ofir line before buying TinRopfing Guttering and Repair Work a specjalty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE SIMMONS- Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made jitjtci- klljMllin tAKCRIi j our large line of f This means to you the best in the world at cost and Do not fail to visit house when in 0 hoses sold in past 1 2 months This A HALL GREAT DISCOVERY One fniHll bottle of HallV Great Dif covery wires till kidney and bladder iuhlrrcinoveH gravel diubntei weak mul Icnie back rheuniHtixm HIH all iri i nlnrititfl 01 the kidnevs HUH bla lder in boil then and wunn regulates hlmlder nmihloi ill children If not Hold hv your rne gist will he sent by mail on receipt of SU One isthl hutUe is two inonthV UfHtuiHiit anti wiil 3re anv nwabVe mentioned Iir K W Hall will lltlI ilfucuner P O Box 62a St LOIIIM Mil Send fur leMiinoninls Sohl halldrugui t ansi Owen McKe Merchant Richmond K HEAD THIS Richmond Kv Feb 91902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir have ua il otis buttle of the Ifxa Wonder HallV Great Discotr oryfur kiitney and Hadiler trouble Iweighed O pound when I beiiai Heine it to day I weigh 176 uonndH and I ffeel betterhHII I have in twenty years iid I cheerfully recommend it to the purihc Ifrsiioctfuii 7j ill jon KlDDEL There a ni who would not lake bixiille if they liul IPI clianctr Rev Dr McEwen Will Decline Txuilsvllle Ky Fob litIt is undor stout here that Rev Dr Wm McEw en of Pittsburg will not accept the presidency of Central university at Danville and that the chances are that Rev Lewis of Chicago wilt bo chosen i Death Follojuvs Amputation Hopklnsvilles Ky Feb l8Dr W K Russell aged 62 a prominent phr siclan died in an Evansville Ind sanitarium following amputation of the leg to arrest senile gangrene cans ed by gunshot wounds received during the civil Return to Work Ashland Ky Feb lRThe strilt in wire drawer departments of the Norton Iron works of this city and the Bolfont iron works of Ironton 0 was settled at a conference here Wed nesday Both sides made concessions Successor to Chairman Collier I Lancaster Ky Feb18slr Robert H Batsqn one of the most popular re publicans in the town was at a moot ing of the county committee elected chairman to fill the vacancy en us id by the death of Col Dan R ComerIIn Favor of the New Barbourvllle Ky Feb 18A large delegation of lawyers from the 27th Judicial district has left for Frankfort to work In the Interest of the bill mak ing a new district out of the countiija of Breathltt Knott and Perry Dead In Sons Cabin Ky Feb 1SAnilJ Tomlln who lived near Atwood and who had been missing for several dajs Rats had eaten away his fingers Died at the Age of 94 Years Henderson Ky Feb 18Mrs Luijy Ann Hancock 94 died at her home near this city Before she married she was a Miss Stanley and was a great iraaddaughter of Nancy Hart Morga ef revolutionary fame Brek Surrenders Ky Feb 18jeaK slayer of Harrison Taykr t plaik We are Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too Clothing Per Cent Offon every and Suit in our house FOR CASH We are to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over This includes our Alfred Cos Suits and CA1so eg Youths childrens Clothing clothing opportunityComeour Lexington toms GUS TR4VS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers DayIIseven MSoa TEXAS WONDER seitijiunierniesiotus llobson war- Steikers fFound cablllfnce 1Jesse JletHtookis Stoves Badly Many 25 Overcoat ONLYIdetermined Benjamin Overcoats q Signature 1T in Cures CripI box on 25c I ST1rSHELLS Its shootWinchestersults they give Its their entire reliability even WinchesterLeaderare the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder WinchesterNewblack powder load on the market on account of oftheseLTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT flrteo lI- ltDB = HACKELQRD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIEU AND HOC FENCE STNth iiYTTTT1irc15 rr s s 14 RegularStyie Stays ta in or 6 in apurt every Tr r V rI 1 Ji Z 4 lI ytsIMade of large strong highgrade steel wire heavily grivani Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically v Jasting Never goes wron no matterhow great a strain is ut on Dies not mutilate but does efficientty turn cattle horses bogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED nowitITheprice will in 60 days D1ecoini CO MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row nm And I Buys j 2ttr s r advance rjiiI SKINSU t oo Fr further information address General Passenger Agent GKieago The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 24 1904 Sheriffs Sale For Tones 1903OF Land and Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison County will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Rich mond Ky u- nMonday March 7 04 It being County Court Day between tbe hours of 10 a m ond 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 19o3 WHITE LIST- Richmond No 1 Baxter J R J R Burnam 1 lot 2 60 Barlow Mrs Blanche 1 lot 7 90 Bolton Mrs Mary Pilot 7 90 Creech Hiram 1 lot 4 gO Davis Mrs tinllie A 1 lot 6 15 Faulkner Mrs Nanrie 1 lot 11 45 Farley Win L hrs lot 4 40 Hart Mrs Ora I lot 16 15 Hacker Theodore hrs lot 3 2S Harrison 0 H 8 Iota 11 40 Hamilton Jas T nrllot 520 Harris Wm T 4 acres 13 00 Harris Mrs Alcy 1 lot 5 55 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots 11 45 Jones Miss Elizabeth 1 lot 3 5lohtiKon Ir Silas M 1 lot 5 25 Langtonl Callie 1 lot 7 90 Maicuin O P lot 7 lU Marcum Haram F 3 lots 7 85 McColiutu Mrs Sarah J 1 lot 11 4r Murray John W 68 acres 33 01 Oliver E rII r 3 lots 6 i5 Parrirth Stepheu D 2 lots 7 6U Parrish S I C S Powell 1 lot 2 Pim Mrs Labelle n r 1 lot 11 4ii Rice Baxter 1 lot 175 Stevens Alve 1 lot 67U Taylor Burjfin 1 lot 13 00 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 5 4U S Thomas Dan lot 6 00 he Wallace II H 1 kit 10 7U White Chas W I lot 9 Si PlVhite W U Joo Bush 1 lot 10 25 buil White W G t G W Evans 1 lot 261 mil FOXTOWN NO 2 c Blevins Sarah t acres 2 IBowliu James Jr 4 acres I 55 v Mrs Wai S 27 acre I 4 pretty boro Agatha n r 22 acre 14 26 stand poll Etatu7 acres 3 iler Robt Sr 10 acres 9 ty Prbes Heury U 72 acres 17 75 bTjuess John S 37 acres 5 7t King Sam n r acres 3 8 King Mrs Sam n r acres 44 Master John and Win 12 acres 4 N why Jlim C 1 acre 5 5t Shanks Dave 28 acres 6 in Tate I as 25 acten 11 If Taylor Sidnev 75 acres 17 Tillett Wm 45 acres 8 Warner John Sr acre 4 85 Weddle Cyrus 1 acre 4 UNION NO 3 Bowman Jonah 10 acres 6 5f- Honnr Nathan n r4 acres 3 25 BUild Josie 22 acres 555 Denny Mrs Susan 10 acres 3 4f Dixon Lewis n r 80 acres 12 15 Freeman M rol Nancy hrs 30 sea 5 Noland W T 46 ares J Sexton Arch lint 32 seres 5 0 Turpin Mrs Mollie25acres 3 ELL1STOV NO 4 Adams A W 25 acres 6 00 Alexander Win Sr 100 acres 7 15 Benge James 70 acres 8 30 Couner Wesley 51 acres 13 40 Carpenter Martin 75 acres 4 8ti Carpenter Goree 10 atres 490 Carpenter Jane 1 acre 3 2ft Coyle Win 2 acres 4 Cox Jas admr Mary J Ruple 115 aires 6 Cliir Sallie 33 acres 3 2ft Fielder John 23 acres 5 iO French George 1 acre 4 8 Gentry Dave 3 acres 48 Graes Edgar 1 acre 2 Cu Gnodloe Mary n r20 acres 4 40 HillSamE2acreB 48 Hutson Jaiuea 23 xcrcs 81- Hornestly Harry n r 100 acres 11 4f Irvine Billie 75 acres W Jackson Jan LGGac es 7 If Jnbnxon Gill 2 acres 4 2i Kaylur It C lucres 42- Kellsy hrs 80 acres 5 00 King K M 60 acrpfl 6 55 Lakes James M 160 acres 8 Sii Lakes Curt 4 acies 5 00 Lakes Km tin 25 acres 2 60 Lakes Win N 100 acres 4 8n Lamb KyiVPKUT 48 acres 5 00 Lamb John 35 acres 4 8 Lynch James 60 acres 55 Miller John T 75 acres 8 30 Matthews Jamcrt 3 acres 4 00 Myer Pheohv 130 acres 70 Miller Daniel 7 acres 420 Richardion Hfiry 15 acres 4 So Riddle Louisa Go acres 5 So Rogers Jtha II r 25 acres 2 60 Sowers Robt 2 acres 4 35 Taylor Linard n r 137 acres 14 00 Todd Sth n r 15 acres 3 50 Tuttle Joe R u r 66 acres 655 Williams Wm 156 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 455 Anglo John W 7 acres 7 95 Bates James 59 acres 6 00 Baker Robt 5 acres 485 Hence Pitman 122 acres 14 10 Benge Warren 7 acres 400 Bratcher Wm 36 acres 9 35 Burnell Lyman 50 acres 5 40 Buford Thos 17 acres 715 Burnett Bruce 20 acres 15 35 Goodrich Irvine 2 acres 3 90 Harrison Levi 46 acres 6 00 Haley Anderson B 100 acres 950 Holloway Mrs E F 3 acres 2 60 Jones Caleb 2 acres 13 60 Johnson Beverley S 8 acres 660 Johnson Alex C 10 acres 4 85 Kimbrell Mollie 6 acres 3 25 Lain John An r 97 acres 1110 Laws Caleb 8 acres 4 60 Lawson Elizabeth 15 acres 3 2ft Mrs Annie T 5 acres 4 40 McGuire Wm 26 acres 540 Overly Jas H 59 acrea 1080 Pig Ir Bi ack 53 acres SoS Pieg Wm H 2o acres 640 Powell Wm I5 acres 485 Rogers Charley Jr 44 acres 6 65 Skinner Daniel 60 acres 8 So Turpin Willis Iq acres 4 20 Tnrpin Rob 41 acres 4 85 Vanwlnkln James 5 acres 4 2o Vanwinkle Pal 15 acres 4 85 Williams Joe E 2oo acres 14 2o Woodyard Tobitha 3 acres 2 Sc Woodall Wm T16 acres 640 GLADES NO 6 Ballard Mrs Nannie 5o acres 6 8o BakerJolin6oacres465Bongo Beaslev Sallie 1 acre 260 Burnell Jasper 2 acres 4 lo Dodwell John I lot 9 25 Fngette Wm 1 acre 6 55 Galloway Wm T43 acres 830 Dabbard John hrs 2o acres 4 4o gentry David R 25 acres 8 th Harrison T J 25 acres 6 oo 25ftardinHardin Mrs Mary F 1 lot 555 Hanson Mrs ELliot 21 25 Hanson 0 F 1 lot 19 So Rill Joel acre 4 2o Hill Nanoy k L E Jones 35 Icra2 75 7qTaaacKiles Henry 4 4ij Lowman Mrs Nancy n r 25 acs 3 25 Lawson W H 3 acres 600 Maiden Mrs Mary 13 acres 2 4o Mahaffey Mra Ellen H 1 lot 385 J Mitchell Jonn U hrs lo acres 4 4o Moore Lue and Mary 52 acres 7 9o Ogg James 9 acres 4 80 Parks Richard 2oo acres 6 00 Parson VOnr5acrca 2 3o Pennaman H M n r ISo acres 4 9o Preston D A 1 lot 9 15 Ramsey A P 3o acres 7 5o Rollins C M 1 lot 8 3o Rice AIrs Maggie 8 2 acres 4 40- Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 40 Settles George 111 acres 1 lot 33 9o Thompson Ilarvy n r 1 ot 3 25 Tisdale Geo W 65 acres 15 35 Todd Susan 2 acres 2 5o Todd Matta hrs 266 acres 53 80 VatklnsTbo8 H 1 lot 260 Watkins L A 1 lot 4 2o Wallace E B 3 acres 1 lot 2o UO Weaver Julia 10 acres 2 60 Weaver John n r 4 acres 2 4o William Silas n r 60 acres 6 7o Wilson John R n r 3 acres 2 75 Young John T u r 100 acres 4 40 KlUKSVILLE No7 Hill Elizabeth Mrs 68 acres 16 J5 Harton Nancy Mrs hrs 27 acres 5 6n Madison Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 G- oMyeNWWnrlloL 260 Nickles Kate Mrs 1 lot 13 So Prewitt Martha n r 15 acres 5 00 Putins Civde 1 acre 12 9o- Rliodus John 1 acre 4 So Ross Alex 48 acres 17 95 Rogers Cam 10 acres 8 30 Sebaston Herman n r 20 acres 5 55 Taylor Oscar 4 abres 6 65 Thomas W B 2 aerpe 6 00 White Green Mrs 1 acre 260 White Annie L Mrs 65 acres 790 MILLION NO 8 Allen Wyatt 1 lot 12 05 Bolser Jacob n r 1 lot 6 55 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 4 40 Burton Elizabeth 5 aeres 3 25 Butcher J lIConrllot 325 Coates Joe 12 acres 5 40 Cox Sallie 1 lot 3 25 Colston Rachel 2 acres 2 60 Fair Brock lot 4 20 Foster Robert 1 acre 3 85 Foster Joel P n r 2 50 Gullev John 17 acres 7 75 HallJohn W n r 50 acres 845 HadenL wr 3 80 Heathman TaU 4 acres 5 40 Hensley Mildred n r 36 acres 4 9o Holaday John heirs So acres 3 25 Isbill Willsain 2 acres 4 8 Land Sallie 35 acres 6 7o It cker William 1 acre 4 2o lowlY Lizzie Mrs 16 acres 5 00 Ixjwry Janus macros 4 8 Lowry William 3 acres 4 2o Masters Surreptha28 acres 58 N why Pollemy heirs 62 acres 6 lo- Kenfroe Sant In acres 4 80 Renfroe Robert 15 acres 4 So anders Mrs Alic 30 acres 3 85 SamleiR John H 15 acres 9 75 Sanders Emily Mrs 32 acres 7 9o ba iton Rufus 5 acres 4 So- S ncker Leona Mrs 7 acres 3 45 Tillett Robert lot 4 55 Undeiwood RBS lo acres 4 45 Wheeler Cash 1 lot 6 oo COLORED LIST Richmond No 1 Adarson Etimond 1 lot 7 35 Ballew Lucresa 1 lot 7 90 Hallow Mamie 1 lot 6 76- itallard Uiiice 1 lot 76Barnes Henry 1 lot 4 80 Jarn s Heury and Rebecca lot 4 15 James li A L C Crawford 1 lot 3 85 Sena Charley 1 lot 8 So iiggeibtatf Jim lot 5 40- rflack tiallie lot 6 7i Uiythe Sol 5 40- llytlie James 1 lot 5 75 dronstun Ueorge 7 16 iruusiuii Jacob 1 lot 4 So tieck Burgoyne 1 lot 10 7 reck PaulniH 1 lot 9 6 iSuruain Chas 1 lot 6 65 Oaiupliell Matt lot 5 Ciiinp ell E W and Einbry 1 lot 2 heiiaulu Tnbu iirl lot 5 5 witty Jerry 1 lot 4 80 itll tan hrs 1 lot 10 25 bb Will 1 lot 4 55 oviuKioii tfarah lira 1 lot 5 0- 0ruicer Nancy 1 lot 4 tJru choir Has lot 4 S J it IK rage Bust 1101 17 76- Donahue C A L Phelps 1 lot 38 Uuucau Anu 1 lot 8 KllUini Naiiuie iot 3 4 tSstill Robt n r 1 lot 3 25 iCuibry Julia A 1 lot 4 4u tCmbry Muriali u r 1 lot 3 Einbry Jennie lot 13 85 Embrv Millie 1 lot 6 00 Fife Mitrv E 1 lot 4 85 Iiatier Easter a r 1 lot 2 60 Francis Wm 1 lot 4 SO FrancisSusan 1 lot 4 Jibbs Mary 1 lot 3 85 Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 6 55 Harris WuoilBOii Slots 5 40 Harris Ben lot 7 15 arris Alice 1 lot 4 40 Nathan Hot 5 40 Irvine Joe 1 lot 715 Jackson Bettie lire 1 lot 385 Jolmson Richard 1 lot 6 45 Jourtt Richard 1 lot 4 4f- iCiib John 1 lot hevell Mary IJ lirs 1 lot 5 00- Massie Lila lot 3 IUatth ws Nannie lot 3 2 Martin Aiiiier 5 acres 6 00 Mirtiu Aim 1 ot 3 U iiu Irvine 4 acres lot 7 Nit li Mary hrt 1 lot 6 Aliiler Harrison II r 1 lot 5 5- 5lilierUhiia 6 acres 2 00 tinier Euiiua lot 4 4li M rg4ii Ann 1 lot 3 85 More Anderson lot 45 Muran Amanda 1 lot 4 40 MorriK Spicy Jn r 1 lot 3 00 Moss Millie hrs 1 lot 5 Oil Uonsev Sallie 1 lot 3 25 Newman louisa 40 acres 25 Nolund Jolla lot 5 00 Owens TIme n r 1 lot 4 40 Owen Green lot 6 55 Palmer James 1 lot 6 00 Parks Georgia A 1 lot 5 55 Phelps Wm 1 lot 4 80 Phelps Jennie 1 lot 13 SO Rice George 1 lot 6 55 Rice Belle act C Donahoe lot 3 85 Rhodes Leveno hrs 1 lot 7 00 Rhodes James 1 lot 6 55 Rhodes Sallie 2 acres 4 40 Robinson Plassey n r 1 lot 3 80 Shearer Mary 1 lot 3 Shepherd Maggie hrs 1 lot 3 25 Shepherd Charlie Sr 1 lot 00 Smith Ed 2 lots 420 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 15 Smallwood Chas 1 lot 4 35 Taylor Eliza 4 acres 2 30 Iomblin Henry 1 lot 40 Todd Mlnerva 1 lot 5 00 Tribble Mary bra 1 lot 5 00 Tribble John n r 1 lot 5 55 Turner Daniel hre I lot 6 76 Turner Mrs Mattie 1 lot 3 80 Turner Jerry executor Annie B I 2 95 Tye James 1 lot 8 30 Washington Nancy hrs 1 lot 4 40 Warner John 1 lot 6 00 Walker Thos hrs 1 lot 4 40 Walker Robt 1 lot 715 Walker Wallace 1 lot 7 15 Walker Mrs Eliza 1 lot S 25 Wells Fannie 1 lot 3 25 Wells Nels2 lot 690 Wells Mary 1 lot 3 25 West Sarah 1 lot 3 25 White Rose 1 lot 3 25 White Narcis 1 lot 5 55 Williams Dun 1 lot 7 15 Williams Luke 2 lots 9 60- Winkfleld Dow 1 lot 4 80 Winkfleld Millie 1 lot 6 70 YatesMagglellot 5 55 v FOXTOWN NO Z 3 Benton Jorden 25 acres 1 5 00 Bush Rosa 12 acres 3 45 Chenault Chas 8acres 3 25 Chenanlt John 2 acres 4 85 Chenault Dean Jr 24 acres 9 50 hanault Robert 18 acres 8 90 Chenault Loin 20 acres 6 00 Cbenault Sam 2 acere I tx4 00 Chenault Letcher 7acres 4 85 Cosby Charley 1 acre 20 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 10 Fox Ben 2 acres 4 85 Harris Rosa 12acrea 315 Jones Rachel 12 acres 3 24 Karr Mrs Harris 7 acres 3 SO Langford Amos 4 acres 600 McKInney Jeff Mrs 10 acres 3 25 Miller Sam Mrs 2 acres 3 O Phelps Sam 1 acre 7 75 Shearer Jack 7 acres 4 50 Thomas Frank 2 acres 4 65 TurnertBett 10 ares 4 85 White Root 4 acres t 85 White Andy 6 acres 4 86 White John 21 acres 50 Young Henry 20 acres 6 00 UNION No3 Ball w Freak 15 acres 4 K Price Chenault 25 acres 6 00 Coviu tcn Robt 1 acre 6 40 Collins Harry 1 acre 4 20- Dotybchrls l acre 4 20 2 acres 3 00 Eetill Dollie acre 2 60 Eatill Sallie 1 200 Jackson James 5 4 40 KavanauRb Jerry 3 4 20 Million Celia 7 00 Mayo Leander 2 4 20 Miller Jane 5 9 66 Miller Mary 0 3 25 Miller Walter acre 4 50 ReedTalitha6 acres B5 Robinson Mary 25 acres S SO Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 50 ELUSION No4 Ballew Ben I acre 8 4 85 Ballew Jackson 2 acres 4 85 Bates Steve H 3 acres 400 Sates Steve B admr Berry Bates 18 acres 4 40 Blaiiton Aaron 35 acres 715 Bates William 16 acres 6 60 Caldwell C 0 90 acres 26 40 Cobb Nannie 1 acre irt3 40 Covington Aaron 15 acres 40 Crocket Henry 2 acres r 2 60 Ellis Dan 24 acres 4 80 Embry Chas L 1 acre 4 20 Einbrv Vm 1 acre 4 80 Francis Tom 5 acres 4 20 Harris Emily 47 acres 5 55 Mocker oleman 12 acres 4 80 Kavanaugh Arch 2 acres 4 20 Martin Ben 2 acres 4 20 Moors tIl11ey 1 acre 2 60 Moberley Andy hrs 4 50 Maupiu Mary 1 acre Hot 440 Morton George 60 acres 715 Oldlmm Harry 1 acre 260 Robinson E M 17 acres 5 40 Royston Angeline 10 acres 4 40 Smith Margaret 10 acres 5 55 Eiiza 2 acres 2 60 Todd Audy30acres 5 5o- Todci June 12 acres 420 Todd Sherman 12 acres 4 20 Toil is Rodes 61 acres 7 15 Tribble John H 30 acres 5 40 Yates Taylor 10 acres 4 tYATES No5 Baxter Wm 3 acres S 4 20 BrownauKh Chas4 acres 4 85 Blythe Emily Mrs 103 acres 7 90 Bennett David 1 acre 4 85 Uhenault Thos acre 4 85 Chenanlt Roy 5 acres 5 41 Cornelison Howard 11 acres 6 00 Toruelison Alex 1 acre 4 55 Davis Mason 3 acres 5 1- 5DuethThomas2 acres 420 Edwards Geo 2 acres 485 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres 4 Floyd Wilt 1 acre 4 20 Ianpin Chas 1 acre 4 00 Miller Simps 10 acres 00 McCliord Josh 23 acres 7 85 Moore Jas 30 acres 6 90 Walker Settle 5 acres 3 25 GLADE No6 Adams May I acre 2401 Mallard Monroe acre 5 40 Ballard Fred 1 acre 4 20 Ballard Howard acre 4 80 Ballard Lizzie 1 acre 6 10 Bennett Ike 1 acre 4 20 Kennntt Wm n r 2 acres 3 00 Best Eliza 15 acres 3 6t Blythe Sid 2 acres 6 Bennett Dorcas 2 acres 4 40 Bo ga Arch 4 acres 4 60 Urookn Humphrey 1 acre 5 Kurnam Alice 2acres f 3 25- llurnam JOflI acre 4 20 Burnaiu Julia 3 acres 6 lU Buruain J C I acre 4 40 Burnam Chas 6 acres 7 15 KQrnaui James 6 acres 7 Branylia Nancy 9 acres 3 Id Chambers Ben 4 acres 7 15 ilolllnn Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 90 rlgler Win 5 acres 5 40 Crucket Heir 50 acres 2 6 Den ham Jrry 13 acres 6 Dircs Betty 13 cres 3 85 JjgC8 Sidney 13 acres 5 40 Dnersnn Geol ge 1 acre 4 a Dudley Znretiln 1 acre Denny Ainunda2acres 2 65 tegs Rod aut 27 acres 6 Hi Early lan 2 acres 4 8 rarriH Chas 5 ucres 60 Fish Mariiih 6 icres 38 Kite Harrv 4 acres 7 16 bYands ootlll 1 acre 4 franklin Jennie 1 acre 2 4f ei try Jot 20 rcres 5 iooiliof Gnu lucre 4 li lne ltlIv acre 4 8 Jenkins Ed 34 aces 15 4r ittiiiii LtMir3 acres Iarlln Ben 3ltcus 6 On Martin IxiwisS acres 6 lariin Sarah 2 acres 4 40 cllaiu Annie 10 acres 4 40 liller Moses 3 acres 4 00 Miller A C n r I acre 3 85 Miller Smith 5 acres 5 48 Miller Isaac 1 acre 5 40 Miller Win 1 acre 4 10 tliller John B sister 12 acres 9 10 Ioran Annie 3 acres 6 15 Payton Frank 1 acre 4 65 Rash Win 26 acres 6 55 Ross Anderson 1 acre 5 40 Sadler John 4 aces 4 65 Shearer Budd 1 acre 5 40 Shearer Mynne 12 acres 6 95 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 435 Minpson Margaret 1 lot 3 85 tone Emily 6 ere 3 10- fribble Perry 4 ac es 4 Vaughn Alien 2 icrcs 42 talker Jenff r acre 46 tValkpr John 4cre 48 iValker cleF 2 xeres 54- rtalker Sine ir 7 acres 6 41 tValkfr nun 5 acres 4 Vrtt Davy 1 lot 3 25 White 4 ac q 52 White Irvin s acres 48 Vhito Molhe heirs 1 lot 6 1ft White Huwaril 4 acres 7 15 White Hoda 21 icres 6111 White Rb 4 a res 6 00 Will orp 011 7 acres 5 Willis Howard I acre 6 00 Walker John acre 4 20 KIllKSVILLB No7 Brook Jack n r 1 acre 2 60 Oamphell Major2 acres 4 20 ampbell E ln 2 acres 3 25 Uassin Irvine 92 acres 25 25 Denny MartIni 23 acres 10 05 Dnerson Harry 18 acres 9 00 Elmore James acres 4 45 Hainefl Goo and Caroline 75 acs 24 35 Haines Iryine n r 7 acres 75 Miller Alex 29 acres 9 Miller George n r 1 aerA 325 Prewitt John 26 acres 9 50 Prewjtt Geo and John 2 acres 2 60 Richardson Henry n r 1 acre 4 40 Turner Tom 8 acres 6 00 MILLION No8 Bogie Alex mere S 429 Broaddus Phil 1 lot 4 00 DeJarnette Frauk 2 acres 4 85 Fife Irvine 18 acres 8 30 Henderson Dave 50 acres 9 50 Mundv Easter lot 3 25 Mundy Joel 1 lot 4 10 Turner Irvine 1 lot 5 40 Warren George 7 acres 0540 Warren Irvine 1 acre 400 Willis Rice 1 lot 4 85 Willis Ike 1 acre 420 Young Hens Christian AuodnilaafiowUns Sites KY Fet IWIrt For the above occasion the lAmia yule Atlantic R R Co will sell round trip tickets from IrvineRichmond and Nicholasville to Bowl ing Green Ky on Feb 18th 19th and 20tb at rate of one first class fare pins 25cts with final limit for return until Feb 22nd 1904 RA Woolnms SolfcTtlng Agent For Sale frirattl My brick livery stable on Irvine street with complete outfit Including ten good livery horses ten buggies two Humes one wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and cor- LIetsold will rent the stable and sell theQiitfit RESIDENCE FOR BALE I have for sale a number one residence on Second street containing eight rooms good cistern all necessary out buildings Lot 40x190 feet Price 2500 J W Masters febItf Richmond Ky Notice Creditors All persocs having claims against the citato WTHarrii deod are hereby notified to file wuna legallj Terlfiedwltk IJw uademgned ODor before April 21 1tM6I IIIM If barred SASCU UoIi ai rLuenests To the Voters Dls1bidI AM a Court of Appeals fiom subject to the action of the Democratic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to trya number of criminal cases which hare become a part of the States history and fit a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Con stitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con troversy trqse as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the do kets of my court touching the rights of corpora tions and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have din charged my duties nnder such trying circumstances is left to you to determine I wlllbe very grateful to all who feel they can asit me to secure the high position and office to which I as pire Very respectfully JAV1ES E WAN TRILL tf FOR CONQBEBh We are authorized to announde Hon D I MOORE of Mercer county as a candidate for Congress in the Eighth District to succeed liOn Ui O Gilbert subject to the action of Democratic party Your support isearnestlr solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R LKTCHBB JR candidate for County At toriry subject to the action 01 the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R H CROOK a candidate for iVranty Attorney xnbject tothe action ef thn Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R SHACKBLFOBD a candidate for Coonty At torney of Mtdlson onnty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SBEBIPF We are authorized to announce JNO W H VLLARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to till action of the Demotr tIc Party We are authorized to announce B B Million a candidate for MheriB of Madison County sub lect to the action Democratic Party We are authorized to annonnce H U COL YEn a candidate for Hherltf of Madison coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer 01 Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEBINOEB a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snblect to the action of the Democratic partyWe are authorized to announce D C ORIOQSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison Bounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub lect to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS i candi late for Jailer of Madison county sub it to the actl n of the DemOcrUIc party We are authorized to announce MORGAN PAYLOB a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PMIKISU candidate for Jailer of Madlsoi Bounty subject to the action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce ANDERSON IAKES of Speedwell us a candidate foi Taller of Madison county subject to tbe action f the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B SJoNNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond s a candidate for jHiler of Madison county tublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK IOHVSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison ountv subject to the action of the Cemocrat Party U e are authorized to announce 1 R PARKF a candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic part We are authorized to announ e R B TER RILl JR a candidate for Jailer of MedIan county subject to toe action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce W T OUERSON a candidate fnr Jailer o Madlsor Bounty suliject to the action of the Democra tic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate for Superintendent of Pub lic Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic parly We are authorized to annonnce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We nre authorized to annonnce JOHN NOLAND candidate for Knperintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Ae are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue LIcE Precinct as a candidate fur Asses or subject to the action of the Democrat pirty Wear authorized to annncnce IWO IUV cxndldate for Aswaor of Mwdlson ron ubjevt to the aciln ot th Democratic part We are antborlze to a nouncrd B I GOLDEN acandidat for sror of Madlso county Ktiiiject to the action of the Deriic erotic party Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT- C M Clays Atlmr Pit lnst C M tflsya Hrs and Cros Dft All persons having claims agilnat the estate of C M Clay decu are hereby notifl d to file the same legally verified with the undersigned on or beore tht 20th day of March or same will be baned S H THORPE M C M C c 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 FloralsStripcs Crowns Moires Et- cRoom Mouldings Headings Plate Rai- lsWiIIgillg Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Wisabw Shades PJfitures Frames Window Mir1Mw Etc 1 JRS HANNAS MEMORY The Kentucky House Adjourned Out of Respect Frankfort Ky Feb ITThe lower house of the assembly Tuesday adopted n resolution by Mr Black of Knox providing adjournment Tuesday as a mark of respect to the late Senator Marcus A Hanna and for the appointment of a committee to draft resolu tions The committee report will be received on Friday The state senate Tuesday by a vote of 25 to 6 passed a bill placing national banks upon the tame footing for purposes of taxation as are state banks taking assessment of them from the local assessors and placing It In the state board of valuation and asses mont AN ELECTION FIGHT D H Carter Was Shot It Is Alleged By Frank Lunsford Lexington Ky Feb ITD H Car ter was shot In an election tight at Athens 11 miles from here Tuesday night Frank Lunsford who Is charg ed with doing the shooting escaped Carter will recover Carter was running for the democratic nomination for deputy county clerk The primary election was held Tuesday for the reg ular election two years hence Carters ticket was defeated BY COMPROMISE The Litigation For a Meteor That Fell In Kentucky Has Been Settled Owlngevllle Ky Feb 17 Attorneys representing F M EwIng here In the suit against Thomas J Fergram for the 300pound meteor which was found on EwIngs land last spring met Tues day afternoon and compromised by paying Pergram 1300 cash to pay the cost of suit If the noon sells for over 1200 Pergram will get onefourth of the amount The meteor was deliver ed to Ewlngs attorneys Tuesday A LEGAL SALOON For the First Time Ina Generation One Was Established at Jackson Jackson Ky Feb 17For the first time in a generation a legal saloon was established here Tuesday when Matt Crawford took out a license pay- Ing 1500 therefor Recently the town council passed resolutions licensing saloons in the face of the legislative enactment prohibiting saloons from being operated in Jackson Numerous blind tigers are still In operation here Woman Named As Superintendent Lexington Ky Feb 17Not a few surprises were in store for some of the candidates In the democratic primary held In this county Tuesday For the first time In the history of the county a woman has been given the nomination for superintendent of county schools and In this race Sirs Clarence L Faul coner defeated her opponent J D Clark James Melton Committed Suicide Sebrse Ky Feb 17James A MeU ton committed suicide near here The affair was brought about at the real dence of Mrs McGaws the motherin law of the dead man After a few words with his wife he walked out ot the room and taking a pistol from his pocket fired a ball Into his brain Fire at Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky Feb ITFlro broke out in the cellar of Bud Ra bolds on Main street The cellar had been recently filled with baled hay and straw The stock Is an entire loss and the building was damaged con siderably Loss on stock and building Will reach 10600 The Fight la Getting Hot Frankfort Ky Feb 17The fight over the bill known as the HarglsRe wine circuit court bill is growing warm in the senate A big delegation from Judge RIddells district arrived Tuesday night to protest against any change in the present district Prominent Kentucky Farmer Dead Taylorsville Ky Feb 17 John A Neal a prominent farmer residing two miles from this city died of con sumption at 6 oclock Monday morn Ing He was a halt brother of E T Holloway representative from this county in the legislature Several Smallpox Cases Developed Owlngsvllle Ky Feb 17It Is r ported here that ssveral cases of small pox have developed near Spring Hill Fleming county Quarantine will be Immediately established There are two or three cases In Flat Creek section of this county Smallpox In Grayson Ccunty Leitcbfleld Ky Feb ITDr O W Arms health officer of Grayson county reports ten cases of smallpox at Lilac six miles northwest ef Leltchfleld Strict measurees will be taken to check the spread of the disease Blackburn For President Owensboro Ky Feb 17Urey Woodson democratic national com mltteemen will In a leading editorial In Wednesdays Messenger declare for Senator Joseph Blackburn of Kentucky as the democratic nominee for president Dwelling House Burned Carlisle Ky Feb l7The dwelling ct Robert Curtis with a large portion of Its contents was burned Monday afternoon entailing a loss of 2000 with 4600 insurance The total 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