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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1IIIir i wV dw w 1 1 lr1f r 0 e JIf c 0 j f it f TH13 RiCf1L7OND CL1MAXI s H EtI 2V Y IOLUME 31 r f RICHMOND MADISON COTJNT1T KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 1905 PHONE 80 E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRST iift 7171 rF 7I7F 7I 7I7I 1 mI+ THE fHUM LING GUSH STORE 1January Doorway New Year tc May it open up LT Limitless Possibilities The full realization of every Hope and Ambition lli Health Happiness Success i r We fully appreciate the liberal patronage shown us by the W + people of Madison and adjoining counties Our highest aim j in the future as in the past will be to offer the highest grade goods for the least posstble prices Our although + slightly broken at this still contains numerous BAR + GAINS for you and will be sold at extremely low s to get out before the spring cordially invite everyone to give uc a caH bkre buying s 9 t Thanki g you again for past favors and soliciting fur 4ii the con inuance ofsame we are Very trul- yLACKEY T n 1 AND HAMILTON c 71 71 71 FI 71 71 7 ATTOENFTS IIF rvrL4 K n lh1Jurnun tillrtlnr nyt floor n trior Nation Bank f i I SULLTV ANJ ATTOBNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffiw aver state Rank Trust Co op o ite Oonrt House on Main Street t 0 OHENAULT ITTCiRKEYS AT LAW n I WiTi4C1- i4V on Seconi strest over Then lltlIrtIIrv JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORVKYS AD- COUNLLOR AT LAW tKrTMOND KENTUCKY micfin John Bennett old law office over Pern Thomas ding store t4MAL EXPENCE 50 tS PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac- AriTone tending a sketch and description may inliklT ascertain our opinion an luTUMin II probably ommunlea ttMnitrictlrconndentlal on Pauuta Ie ecuflngjaLcflta1diptiol notice without charge In the Scientific American- handsomely lllnstrated weeklf Jest rtr iilaiton of any IdenUllc journal Terms t3 Ir four months tL Soldbyall nowsdealen VJNN 36lBroadeay New York HaoeeIrSLWaabIugionDC The of the + stock season pric + them season We ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYMCrANf AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KKNTUCKY it Or RobsOD building MilnStreet 1905 The Popular 1905 Big 4Oppraies 2558 miles of Railway Lines in tlm Onntrftl States which have by moneybeenperfection anti their equipment In eludes everything of the best and latest designs Through Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Satin in the heart of Cincinnati to StChicagoPeoria Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York lJlornlnINoonmany other Cities making direct con nections with all railway steamer lines through the best terminals For detailed information call nt Ticket Office Ingalln Building Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address Warren J Lyncn Gen Pass Ticket Agt I E Reeves Gen Southern Ag- tCinclnnatiOhia W P Brawky Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn or exit i in either sine or on tjiiite John G Tavlor Ron IXmvtf Telephone 292 ARB yQ U IRTBRB TBD IN Tar Condition of Your Teeth Do you want them to look well arid work well Special Prices Tepth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled oOc With Gold flSolid Gold Ttb4Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth6 These are Justis teeth i nd theyare the best no matter what you pay for having tbe plates made Plates made on Rubber or Cclnloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky Ask Shackelford t Co to show you their line ot small heaters and wood stoves They are cheap dec21tf it Q 4jrOhil Year is hone i lLlt the New One jlere 4f i j 1 O rlt- S t h r iCt11 11f is lifbextendpur tsjOour many friends and cus i tprnirs for favors through the pJsts asnand ask to extend i1ourbsiness relations through the coming year We have in touch with the markets and give our friends the Benefit of our bargains in our big line of merchandise LiLlm Furnishings andin fact everything carried in a firstclass 13 store Our priced are right weguarrntee same I IdJ I iiT iiL1lL0 r r tWr Rr1 Iit Jfft fi r Fm rI I I 1 IIC J nPROFIT IN RAISING MAINE I Contractors Expeet Great S snlta from Their Investment of 5OOO in the Enterprise Washington The Illstarred battles- hIp Maine which was sent to the bottom of Havana harbor in February 1898 will be raised 1all probability before very long John Dewyckoff of Chicago one of the persons who have the contract for clearing the harbor of the obstruction is now in this city and gives some Interesting details of the workThe Maine cost withher equipment 5000000 The contractors will pay 5000 for the hulk and whatever prop erty Is on board the ship There are 74 sailors whose bodies lie entombed In the vessel Seventythree of these bodies are those of enlisted men one that of an officer A diver has located the remains of the officer and at the proper time they will be brought up and turned over to the family of the victim Such of the bodies of the seamen as can be identified will be given in charge of the relatives of the dead teen Should theY wish to give them private burial The bones that uannotTbe identified will be gathered together and burled In spot where a suitable memorial will ors erected at the expense of the beI An illustration of what the gain will be on the ordnance alone can be had when it Is known that a junhiilealerwho- paid 80 for two rifled cannon taken rom one of the Spanish Tessels sunk at Santiago sold them for 20000 The Maine was asecondclass battleship and on her decks today is her complement of guns which she had when she dropped anchor in front of the Cuban capital The metal work of the ship Is In itself of much value It Is the purpose of the contractors to make a large part of this into souvenirs which will be sold at a reasonable price Whatever there is of money on the vessel will also go to the men who are to raise the hulk ADOPTS RIGID FOOD SCALE Secretary of Agriculture Inaugurates System to Ascertain Their Purity Washington A standard by which food products will be measured to ascertain their purity and wholesomeness has been adopted by the secretary of agriculture A commission of experts after a careful examination made a report to Secretary Wilson of their con clusions which he had approved The standard will be used in prosecutions under the pure food law to punish deal ers for the sale of adulterated and Injurl ous foods The standard adopted for flour calls for not more than 135 per cent of moisture not less than 136 per cent of nitrogen not over one per cent of ash and not more than onehalf per cent of fiber Maize meal corn meal or Indian corn meal should contain not more than 12 per cent of moisture and less than 112 per cent of nitrogen and not over 16 per cent of ash Oatmeal to be wholesome requires not more than 8I per cent of moisture 15 per cent of cenllofper cent of total solids 85 per cent sol Ids not fat and 325 per cent of milk fat Condensed milk should contain at least 28 per cent of milk solids of shouldIbefor not less than 18 per cent of milk fat while full cream or whole milk cheese should have not less than 50 per cent of butter fat Many other articles of common use are standardized including wines and liquors The percentages of alcohol and of adulterants In each are limited IS DIVORCED AT EIGHTY Oldest Woman Applicant in St Louis for Separation Hopes to Obtain Pension St Louis MoMrs Emelia Fluegel 79 years old and said to be the oldest woman petitioner for a divorce named In the circuit court records was granted a divorce from George Fluegel whom she says she has not seen for 31 years She declared after the divorce was granted that one reason for herpetitlon was that she might be in position to apply for a pension as the widow of her first husband who was a union soldier killed in the civil war Mrs Fluegel grayhaired and bent and forming a striking contrast to the majority of applicants for divorce who are young and stylish and sometimes gay in their anticipation of early severance of galling matrimonial bonds told her story on the witness stand In a voice that trembled with weakness of age She said she married Fluegel January 7 18C4 and lived with him until July 18 1878 when he disappeared Sine that day she declared the had not seen himShe charged that before he left her bo was In the habit of beating her and abu ing her and also of abusing tor daugh tern OddIiooking Bear An oddity in bears was killed the oth er day in Mlfflln township Pa where William Sellinger and Charles Babcpck shot one that hIM red hair and mall acinnamonit ever has been seen in that part of the state Children Should Use Care Not only should women be prohibited from marrying until they are able to support a hhusband as Mr Ferris says but children should be compelled to ex ettle the same care ip choosing their parents that they do la selecting their Set hooks Dissolution Notice l The fIrM known WJ the Cit Trasisfgr Csf composed of ElralfParrJeh and Joe Mitchell baa by tnatual cowwnt dfs solved partnership Mr Parrie4i retiring from the boaine Ehser ParriRIi 2Id4 Joe MReheW B EKLuxon ibo wilt arnlsh you with nice brlfbt flover hey for your cows at right pri M8 98dl- fShaeke mlrCo seH the aH white sported Mecbinawari tteeSlt tnimANGE itordilttiM Ilio aiet oii- Maueepseed hat Psjlar miIDcof the City Owmeil Inland Is hweb- isicaied r 6 1 t6tJ laX4sTW M2J0C 1i41IIJC SJYEDmt LIFE Thats what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec tion with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional not e From infancy to old age Scotts Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im proper and weak develop ment restoring lost flesh andvitality andrepairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul sion itself What it does it does through nourish mentthe kind ofnourish ment that cannot be ob tamed in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a sample free Be wrc that this picture in the hclbonthcppcof buy SCOTT BOVINE- Chemists 409 Pearl StNY 50caadI alidruggists THE STATE SCHOOLS They Are Not Entitled To the Money Paid In By Insurance Companies Frankfort Ky Jan 11The court of appeals Tuesday in the case of J H Fuqua state school superintendent against S W Hager auditor decidedIthat the state common was not entitled to any part of the 2 per cent tax paid to the state on all premiums to Insurance companies on business done in Kentucky Fuqua filed a friendly suit against Hager claiming that Hager should apportion the insurance tax money the same asIthe regular state taxes on property and give the school fund its pro rata part but the court says there is no law providing 7or such a course and the money must all go into the gen eral expenditure fund until otherwise provided by the legislature APPARENTLY DEAD The Stiff Frozen Body Was Revived By a Warm Fire Paducah Ky Jan ItSUtr and ap parently dead John Davidson a farm er of this county was found In his wagon Tuesday morning near the southern end of the city Claud Rood er who made the discovery called Coroner James Crow and Undertaker Pool who went to the scene with an ambulance They carried the man in to n nearby house and a hot fire revived him- Davidson soonI states he had been ing and started home in his wagon about 10 oclock the night before He i hired a boy to drive the team The two got Into a quarrel and the boy leftjiim The farmer fell back in the wagon and wept to sleep His condition is serious IN AN UNUSUAL MANNER Well Known Trimble County Farmer Committed Suicide Louisville Ky Jan 12A special f from Milton Ky says J Bowman one bf the best Atwoodt ers of Trimble county clde In an unusual manner Early in tAbouted going out on the ice Mr Bowman broke a hole and crawled Into the water drowning himself The horse proceeded riderless to the Bowman home WIFE AND DAUGHTER MAY DIE A Kentucky Family Severely Bitten By a Rabid Cat Sergent Ky Jan ItJohn Henry Mulllns aged 36 years a Beefhida creek farmer of thePike county border died Monday night after suffering horribly for five days from the effects of a cat bite His wife and fiveyear old daughter were bitten by the same cat the day following and they are also in a critical condition The ani mal was kille- dKenckys Electoral Vote Cast Frankfort Ky Jan 10TM demo cratic electoral college proceeded to cast Kentuckys 13 votes for Parker and Davis at tho meeting and signed certificates in duplicate which were forwarded to the president of the senate at Washington After the Governorship Shelbyvllle Ky Jan 10 Political gossip has it that two Shelby vllle dem ocrats will launch boosSa for tle gu bernatorial noriilnaUoa at the proper time Congressman GG Gilbert anti Circuit Judge R F Peak are the pros pective candidates IB queet1otEngineer War r BarllBgton Ky Jair 16 Mewa has reached hero of the tte tk ot Warner Campbell whose native home was In Mopkinsvllle He ws an engineer In the pIoJ of th4 D wJt Rte Grande railroad and was Wiled by overturn tugof his engtu1 aoar CharaaX JC Stanley Secretly Mapri J J wport Ky 1uUJPluk K Chantey 8uprictei lMit eths Kew port and braes toaadry scene e OM pjpeat strike wbkAha attracted aimral atUnUMr b CsVeTOC djrnamlU plots iU secf4iy married to Mis JfellU rut at TnertM t wilf eUf1tkr l r D UOr c ib- tOha lI 12l tJ iI RAILROAD FAILURES SECOBD POE 1904 COMPAEED Iwrra PBEvioUS YEAEsj Total In Respect to Number of Roads Jdesa Than for Any Tweive Months Since 1881 OldTiiucial Troubles Settled New York From a statement In a recent Issue of a railway publication it appears that during the year 1904 eight railways With a total of 744 miles and a capitalization of 36000000 HJ 262000 being in bonds and f21jS6TWL in stock were placed in the han ot receivers Compared with ISKgthS number of roads Is one less but mileage is greater by C15 and the capi tal involved is about double The principal road for which a re ceiver was appointed is the Detroit Southern with a length of 389 miles or more than onehalf the total for the year while its bonded debt of 8160000 and its capital stock of 17000000 make twoIthirdsed to receivership The next largest loa on tho list is the Brunswick Blu gham 113 miles bonds 210000 e ral stock 1695000 The receivership s a pre liminary step to the absorption ot this road into the Atlantic Birmingham which was completed by foreclosure sale later in the year The only other roads for which rec- eIvers were appointed were the Queen Anns Maryland Delaware miles Berkeley S C 10 miles 8ISouthern 72 miles Cincinnati ton Chicago 29 miles Chicago ana Eastern 43 mlles and Raleigh k Western 8 miles The receiver for the last company appointed in March was discharged in August and the road was thus taken out of the list While the receivership record for 1904 shows a greater mileage and capitaliza tion than in any of the three preceding years it is much smaller in respect to the number of roads mileage and amount involved than that of 1900 and of any previous year since 1881 The record of foreclosure sales in he year shows that compared with 1903 the number of roads sold is the same The mileage is 35 less and the capitali zation involved is 12411000 more The roads sold last year were alt comparatively small the largest being the Brunswick r Birmingham The largest in respect to capitaliza tion Is the Denver Southwestern suc- ceSSOr to the Midland Terminal Flor ence Cripple Creek Canon City Cripple Creek and Gorden Circle rail roads which had passed through one re organizationThe Southwestern includ ing numerous spurs and branches to mines operated 130 miles of track and represented 541 4000 of bonds and 5 000000 of capital stock The next larg est road was the New York Ottawa 68 miles bonds 2300000 stocks 2 640000 The other roads in the foreclosure list are Unadilla Valley N Y 19 miles Forest City Gettysburg 22 miles Philadelphia Brigantlne 14 miles Colorado Northwestern 29 miles Denver Lakewood Golden 21 miles Lake River Ashland Wooster 22 miles Lehigh Lacka wanna 26 miles Kansas Southern 9 miles Gainesville Jefferson Southern 65 miles and Muscatine North South 29 miles- The financial troubles of these roads date back several years and are not the result of recent conditions Since 1896 when the foreclosure sales represented 68 roads with 13730 miles of lines and a bond and stock capitalization aggre gating 1150377000 there has been a rapid annual decline In the foreclosure record and the figures for the year In volving only 524 miles and a little over indicateIon a naw and more prosperous career HITS FRUITFLAVORED SODA Proposed law in Peiuisylvanla Will Affect Use of All Kinds 5 of Sirup Pittsburg PaUnless the legisla ture passes a bill amending the law on the subject of pure strops frultflavorei soda water throughout the state will be a thing of the past declares Secretary B E Pritchard of the Western Pennsylvania Retail Druggists association The druggists of Philadelphia and Plttsburg are working together for tho legislation which they need They are not objecting to the attitude of the state pure food commissioner on the subject as they say frankly that ha is but enforcing the law as it stands on the statute books His notice of in tention to enforce thus law came a couple of months ago in the entering of suits against certain druggists The pure food law allows absolutely no adulteration of the sirups The preservatives used to keep the sirups from fermenting have been adjudged adulterants Sirups cannot be kept without the preservatives Hence un less the law Is altered it will be a case of no sirups in Pennsylvania and therefore no soda water of the fruit flavors Not the Only One Earl Roberts says the English army is unfit to engage in a war with a modern power Britain might have rca son to be alarmed were it not for the fact that the armies of the other powers may be In the same condition A Womans Logic An angry wofiaaa after beating her husband and knocking him down at Broadway and Thirtythird street yea terday deaouseed him as abrnteAnother example of feBilnina logic remarks the 2Jew York SM tar Sale Highly jHproviL8toclr farm of 675 ores in lie Bine Grass section of Clark county KyrftaatedOB the Mt Ster ling and Winchester turnpike being altont seven miles from Winchester nod about ItbCBiwaelreaaMt SterJiB Ky Can Ue divided hiltS foiss farms ullowl One f50 rae with good house of five rooms and new tobacco bani One of loo acreaadjbinlnfj the above j with house elfir r orm and Jarge tcMk e barn Due of 180 nerM wiLhi large dweliiug oeigbt rooalliw- ceeeary oItbuiidiNthreltss sd two tw Mtt IIOIM C QIM ot 215 acres wHhttt feou e two bar Md oiti butldIne For pevtio1aa ddrea J G SocJm WiocbirtAr Ky 4jn3t 0jVA Ldl miithy inehin 6t a hrlJtltjkvuseiire1t w4th atamarM- tsWJ li KMWHM Mirin g 4 tr i- ip s iLo s13Ws CO fine Clothe8 MJcer8 ALTINORE NWYOR1IC on F kind better that The suit for excel lence What think such warm low Our Loom End Sale 37th we have just up NEW every You know the store see it now fresh all ready for Santa Glaus Hits Shoes etc until have heard the low cash prices are on all our new stuff tAiy that was from our sale you can buy at your own If havent BDJ jht your CbaL our prices I We purchased onr vehicles to sell and it you will only call all get price we wilt prove this assertion and make of yon an everlasting friend and custo per tf S MilkT prnn JEEPOALNOVI075 PIE CUBED MWEAK of Stmdk Drmlu tack d fmrrtT and AaUldn Fu Flu epSakb8 a nEJIEDV Lincoln Ins Court Clnclsaatl 0 U fir punpblet rmm you or aIlik jqtt is Cheapest5 One fi eor burgla v iniiv deprlv yon o1 valuab worthaIbetwee S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Sate Deposit Knx costs you 5 Which cheapest1 the State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky oriole A nice two story frame residence in Irvine adjoining Estill proper ty The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B BrondJua Panola Ky 7sp4m i lJUMBER 35i Busy Bee Cash Store The kind that JI Helps you in the Worlds Thats the of clothing we sell It is madebyISchloss Bros Co v Correct Clothes Makers1J liEib is HANDTAILOR ED throughout jfriscorEvermrartneiitis shaped to fit perfectly 3 EIn flj iJfully 0 ard and a sight thnumu1jfi1ia k stuff masquerades as meicliaitfr itailoring picture shows a prosperous looking that business and eneral wear constitutes a gentltmans ideal of and moderation do you of as this in ric Ch viots and fashionable mixtures At so a price as I2 Great closed Saturday December and opened GOODS in department wouldnt to Everythingnew everything and Old Carpets you we naming CLOAK left price you get W 0 and CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY rtbwiPereaEJE- E1OAL Whici the Springs Blue Ribbon USED IN YOUR GARDEN TillS Vr jBEHER QUALITIES AND LARGER RETURNS AWARDED GOLD MEDAL ST LOUIS 1804 YlII l I ourSEED I RapeSee4 I WOOD STUBBS ca CO Seedsmen ir lOUISVIllE KENTUCKY r m HERE AOAINp Ready to serve your wants in anythia desired in the Butcher Business My constant endsavar has ilis bszti to peas my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hogs that can be procured My stock oi Cured meatsis purchased with the gre itest care and has always given perfect satisfaction It is yet sornt weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that I lvv every failitjfor this work and will appreciate any luisiti s in this line I carry in season VEGRT A ELKS FSH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John Aman Main StreetMcKee corner Telephone J13 It IHAL ijI fIOLDIiAM flairRenewe1 VEGETABLE SILIihl I 11 1beJ1 I1 r FURNITUREs t JI Wlner Is now approaching and It Is now time for fane eanlr1g iSEverykousewffe wants spmethlDg aewi to brighten op the dreary diva J tha era soon to coNe X piece ol new Furniture a pretlyPicture qr 7r fa nice Rugi We handle jill kinds of qHS futnisbrig goods from thl il4S smallest piece up to the massive lied Room iyilte 0 j f r Our lino of PiotHres all kTad of Cartaw Fixtures Fsnoy Hampers I Rug8 alargi llH 6f odd 3cckUg Chairs and evBrytalni that will l5niakea outcyy ande4rnfortable- A Cpma and iftsjeet 0ar big stoijk Special tteUoB la called to oar UndertakIBgr t c 1 iJS OLDRAM 0 0 1I tI0 Ip 0 j IIII F1 HI Cun it19e S I I I I I S S S S S z s J ttt t t t d 1g Ieavejust received a SSS new line of Silk and L 1neneeI c I E Handkerchiefs Mufflers Et Ties Socks Shirts Collars la Ie Cuffs Gloves1 Cuff Buttons S I Stick Pins and also th ect e newest line of ladies and r c gents House Slippers in VV townV rVVV SS 0sV ii SVig Lpufclzer d Jiz661eVi gi s SSS SSS a eese tsa 5 SS 555 a 5 5 5v SS SSJS SSS SS SUS 4 S S S esoa VThe Richmond Climax UHLrSHltll EVER wrPNKflUAV The Oiimax Printing Co Inrorpo rated u J J CHKNAULT President r A n tILLER Editor Manager r PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE tEDNESDAY TAN 18 19O DEMOCRATIC TICKET rorRepresentative U W MILLER For vnty Judge- N R TURPIN Fin County Attorney It II CROOKB For Sheriff 1 B BROADDUS- Kor Bounty Olerk JESSE COBB For JaiIpr BUCK JOHNSON For Asswsor ROY P WAGERS ForSnpt Public Schools JOHN NOLAN For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF 7uTtiRjCourt of Appeals decided that tba iohool fund is not entitled to chafe I cunso fees paid by foreign in surance companies Tnt Cumberland Commercial late ly published at Burn3ide has been removed to Somerset where it is be- Ing published under the name of the Muntaineer 1KFMiuEXT IloosHVtiT has como out ajjtinst tbo proposition to reduce tht ugrossional representation in the South and it is said no legislation in this direction wiil be put through during his term of officer TIlE government report shows that the tobacco crop of the United State U hort and that possiblyexplains t why bigh prices are being paid Many growers think that still higher pricfH will prevail later in the season and many are holding their crops I IT is to be sincerely hoped that at tho next November election when the voters of Kentucky will be given an opportunity bay wother they favor a continuance of the secret ballot or a lito return of tbe viva vo e system that the latter will be adopted by au over whelming majority The secret bal lot if pnythicg is more corrupt than d the old wayof voting and the masses demand that it be abolished ir No man should be ashamed to go to the polls and cast his vote publicly for any man or meanure Jessamine Journal Browers Our Cash Clearance Sale willstop next Satur day night A large numbef progressive buyers have taken advantage of the low prices we have j placed on our Carpets Draper les Furniture Wall Paper in boughtrThere are hoWever lots of bargains kft anci you are making a big mistake if you do not call on uc this week May we expect yo- uC1F1BroerCo1 J IAXD IKJJDWAfI L t 0 c n i i Found Odd NoticH in Prominent Southern Paperof Interest to Richmond Residents One of the best known newspapers in the south is the GuMe of Dunn N p Its publisbei JVP Pitman sends us the following clipping with request 10 publish Found by the editor of the Guide a bottle of Hvomei the wonderful treatment that cures catarrh without stomach dosing We can peak in the highest praise of its remarkble power to cure and relieve catarrh in the head and throat Ihis mention is made not as an advertisement but in the in terest of those who suffer the torture ol that terrible disease catarrh In sending the clipDin Mr Pitman wrote the following letter I enclose a little piece from my pi per issued today You will see from this that I desire to push the selling of Hyomei as far as possible 1 am ing it in my own family and find that it liveR Ibe desired relief so that I take pleasure in spreading far and near the knowledge of this sure relief for ca tarrh B L Middelton in preparing for the catarrhs troubles of this sea eon of the year has ordered a large stock of Hvomei and cells it under guar antee to refund the money if it does not relieve The complete outfit costs but Sl and extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents Ask him to show you the strong guarantee under which he sells it This remarkable remedy medicates the air you breathe soothes and heals the mucous membrane of the air passages and makes a complete cure oi the worst case of catarrh JESSE M ALVFKSON formerlyof this city but noW of Stanford has an nounced his intention of running for congress two years hence Mr Al verson is a Representative from Lin co1and is serving his first term in the LegislatureV THE nomination of W D Crum a negro to be Collector of Customs for the port of harleston S C has ben confirmed by the Senate Crum bad been nominated by the President three times and in addition hadre appointmentsI JAMES OBuiEN of Paris has ad dressed a salty letter to Gov Beck bam in which he charges the Governor Auditor Eager and Gen Percy Haley with disregarding promise to appoint Emmett Dickson circuit judge Judge Stout of Woodford was appointed and the Louisville Herald Republican says the appointment means an alliance between the Blackburn and Beckham forces by which Blackburn is not to be opposed for reelection to the Senate and thnt Gov Iteckhnm will attempt to defeat McCreary when his term expires Cjnthiunc Democrat TUE CourierJournal under date of Jan 10 had an eighth of a page ad vertisement in which theyannounced that they would pay the sum of 100 In four prizes to the person who would send In the best solution how to best advertise the city of Louis ville The Courier says A city needs to be advertised and constantly advertised and they are willing to pay for ideas as how to best advertise the city That is what we are trying to tH the people of Richmondand Madison county that a city and coun ty needs to be advertised and con stantly advertised and if by circula ting 5000 fifty page magazInes on line book paper devoted exclusively to the history of this city arid county will not advertise us what viUP Deafness Cansot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseasedportion oC the ear There is one way to cure d aft1ea remediesDeafnessdition of the mucous lining of the InIyou a eoaudor iinperlect hearing and when it fs en tirely closed deafness in the result sdunless the inflammation c l1beaken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine eases oat of ton are noUJingbutcoos services wiwill dive 0s H Mlred oIlriJ for any cuse of testae reused by ca bYKaM8OatarrhOure VQdbI 1 kc 7 a PERSOINAU Iraptain J M Thomas is quite ill at home iu Paris Mrs W H Dodge has as her guest MemphisIJudge J C Chenault returned Monday from a business trip to Brush CreekMiss Carlise and Florence Chenault are visiting Mrs Harrison Sirurall in Lexington Mrs George Ballew has been visiting her sister Mrs Arch Kavanaugh in Lancaster MrY Rodney White of Irvine passed through Richmond Monday enrouto to Wilmore where he will attend Bellview College Mrs J S Collins was hostess of the rfest End Flinch Club on last Thursday afternoon Miss Martha Hubbard of Rich mond is the goest of Mrs James Messer Interior Journal Mrs P B Broaddus is out after a severe attack of grippe much to the gratification of her many friends Miss Katie Smith is at home from Lexington where she visited her sister Mrs Newton Combs Miss Bessie McGinn has returned from a visit to Versailles and is with her sister Mrs J R Pates on Broad wayMiss Sallie Shearer daughter of John Sheirer of White Hall has gone to Ochclata Indian Territory where he began a school on January 1 l Mr Gorzeiius entertained i a dehghtiul manner on last Tuesda in honor of her guests Mrs Poteet and Mrs Caldwell of Harrodsburg SS Mr and Mrs W R Thomas were in the city last week en route to their home at Estill Springs They had been in LejLingtcn visiting Mrs Thomas mother Mrs Hanson Reports from the bedside of Mrs It L French who was so serious burned recently say that she is doing as well as can xbe expected Her many friends hope for her speedy re coveryMr J W Finneyof Richmond son of Bois Finney of West Irvine was in Irvine the fist of the week Attorney L A West was in Rich mond Wednesday Chas Shepherd formerly a citizen of this county now residingnear Kirksville is visiting relatives hereEstill County Herald Clarence E Voods of Richmond Ky one of the distinctively brilliant journalist of the Blue Grass State who is spending the winter in Washington with Senator McCreary has boon in New Orleans this week on SigmaNubeen prominently identified for many years Mr Woods is grand recorder of the organization and the editor of sociotyHeand a man of scholarly attainments New Orleans TimesDemocrat January 1 MATRIMONIALPKVSKBUEEIJING courtship culminated in absppv wed ding at Richmond on Thursday when Will Prjse and Miss Effie Breeding vere joined in the holy bonds of mat rimony They met at Richmond bj previous understanding and their homecoming was heralded by the joy fill toot of Mr Goodwins as the train windingitsNews heartily joins with a host of friends in wishing them a smooth aid prosperous journey through life Ueattyvllle News- NaALEMCRO3ERTL The Danvilo News contained tke following compli mentary notice of the wedding of two prominent ycungpeople of Centn1 Kentucky ths jpreom Mr Lewis Neale U one of Madisons stardteH spas and has loff been a favorite ia social circles here Moral Hpright poskwith a handsome cad charming personality aid b1eedwith skMw business sugacUy be 118Ufe tO 15il05 ed In life 1111 bride is well kftMra here where M Miw gutau Mc r IMJIaa 4aid spent 4JVV ol a ik IMt 1iIet II I XCc Jr if Ayers in Pectoral itquietssoingIt relieves congestion s- ubCherry q Pectoral of dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knowsR all about this cough Ve liRYe used Ayes Cherry Pectoral In our family for nan for throat and lane trouble ire think no medicine equbletSins A roiiEKOV 25eZOeSiOO xc ATIR All tnwell II Jrnwtfor Weak Throatsli recovoryPurely Julia Higgins of this city She is of the petite brunette type and is a girl of whose loyal lovable disposition im presses all with whom she comes in contact She will be greeted not as a stranger but as a special favorite by her many friends in Richmond The News says Last evening promptly at 9 o clock at the beautiful McRoberts home on- o Broadway Mr Lewis Neale of Rich mond and Miss Susan ElI betb Me Roberts youngest daughter of the late Thomas McRobcrts were united in the holy bonds of wedlock It was the desire of the family owing to recent bereavement that the wedding should be very simple and every detail was admirably carried out in conformity to this idea The bride and groom were in the large westerni parlor happily commingling friends holding as it were a leveee when Dr E M fireen who had been tbe brides pastor since childhood came forwrrd and performed the cer emony in a most pleasing and im pressive manner after which their admirers gathered round them and showered them with good wishes Immediatelyafter the ceremony the bride and groom repaired to the din ing room being followed bya num ber of their near relatives where a sumptuous flintier was served After they had finirhed the few remaining guests vere seated The home though artistically decorated with cut flowers and potted plants was entire unostentatious all of the gorgeoup ness that ia usually displayed on similar occasions being omitted The dining room was quite pretty in white and green the table had a profusion of Southern Smllax entwined around it also four streamers running to the ceiling altogether making a lovely scene The bride was handsomely gowned in white lace over silk and carried a boquet of lilies of the The outoftown 2wereNeale Mr and Mrs Neale Bennett Mr James Bennett Mrs Mary B Thomson and little son Master Harry Neale Thomson Miss Julia Higgins of Rchmond Miss Margaret Rake of Philadelphia and Miss Belle Norris of Louisville The happy couple left v last night on the Southbound train for New Orleans they will probably go from there to California Upon their return they will bo at home Hotel Glyndon Richmond KydCall up Zannes Mill over the phone or go and see them about sell log your corn It will be to your advantage t 4janlm DEATHS JE VANSRev Morris Evans formerp It a well known Methodist t Central Kentucky died recently att Sulphur Springs Texas aged seven i tysix Art dub Notes o By a unanimous vote of the mem w bers present at Miss Bennetts The tlArtcourteous hospitality so kindly ex tended them by tho order and held its meeting tho 9th inst at the Elks Club roomsuAlthough the afternoon was de cidedly the worst of the season seventeen ladies braved the storm The inclemency the weather withm out however was soon forgotten for on entering the spacious parlors the bright genial rays from a mammoth anthracite stove gave an unmistakably inviting welcome The business of the Club being disposed of fouq In able papers were read Mrs Russells of description of the Boston librarywas exceedingly entertaining and none agNationalC MM T J Smiths article on m Home Making was interesting well the as beneficial in its especial way as ed was also Mrs SIcLellands on the Sky Scraper as it detracts from art iu beautyand architecture ing The meeting was then adjourned until Monday afternoon the 23rdwI but not until all agreed that our ni friends the Elks are truly the Bent People On Earthm I 1= z e FlMs 1 Wut AmoHKet the many points of ivterwt Richmond that we will devote sea orlRichmondfollowing The County Court Hoaee illustrated with a largo portrait when was built by whom the cost and mething concerning the notable trial great orators the Government Building the pride of our city the Ptttie A Clay Infirmary our Water- Works tfyutem the greatest system In anv town under 25000 and better than most of them in the State our system Electric and Gas Light our Police andFre Department our County and ily Officials the principal streets of twenty of our most beautiful residences our churches arid their pastors the educational advantages of he town and county illustrated with original halftone engravings of till buildings and the faculties our manu facturing advantages the professional men a portrait of every leading busi ness house and business man in the city our banking facilities the secret orders the social part of our town and county the Public Schools etc Each the articles will be highly illustra ted Besides the above named places we will write a history of Madison county past present and the many ad vantages for future development We will also have portraits of a number of the fine farms in the county and an Individual history of each town in the county separately illustrated We will also include portraits and sketches f a large number of the most prominent men who are or were sons of old MadisonThis book will contain fifty pages completely filled with local matter printed on fine book paper illustrated engravingIfCLIMAX subscribe now in order to get one There will be two thousand ex nonsubscriberR1Every send out two or three of these beauti relatlves1otmond and Madison county We are coing to give away five thousand of thexe books free in this and ailjoininir counties Extra copies will he so dat twentyfive cents each Send in yuur order nowi Miss Maud Phelps with Weary Wil He Walker which comes to Grand Opera House Tuesday Jan 24 Prices 5 35 50 75 Seats at Wines DrugD Store LocZsville aid Ute State As the resolution quoted below was offered by the editor of the Lancas If ter Record tat paper reproduced the following editorial from the Louis illa Times The following resolution was adopt ed unanimously during the Kentucky Press Association Whereas The Commercial Club nd business men of Louisville have one so much work to advance the interests of not only there home city J atheirthe business world the many resources Kentuckybe at Reolved That we the members said f the reledgedeanceo help them in their noble undertak 5tugResolved That we further maul fest our appreciation of their work by bringing before the merchants of splendidholesaleLouisville and urge them to cive fKentuckians f money to strangers in distant citie Without question the country press is the strongest force in the State for tbe eradication of local prej tllce the overthrow of sectional narrowness the inculcation of broad ideals of civic growth and the inaug uration and maintenance of all mov on ents looking to the present welfare ui and futare advancement of the Coni Ji monwealth Louisville has long recognized that success in her fight for commercial Tosupremacy in tbe South is dependent chief measure on the cooperation the State press and the adoption ol the above resolution is in itself a cause for fresh and listing encour ernent in an effort that w not be c1 anJoned short of wellwon fulfill stontcharacter of the assistance offerSLouisville desiies that the bers ol the Kentucky Press Associa tion shall realize fully the understand on her part that her interest andvi those of the State are one and that witynd willing to do her share toward m making Kentucky in all things great ion ROYAL Hand Baking Powder n Makes VCIe n BredWith Royal Baking Powder there isV110 mixing with the hands rio sweat of the brow Perfect cleanliness greatest le facility sweet clean healthful food L ttlj IIfJFunbook ft Fwit1F irr NY Wt niIIW WI n fL 1IIVVV- IIV- ilfPQiTQF THE CONDITION oFThaiInMadsonAr LoAtJAOTABT lUb 1M6 WI RESOURCES Loans an4 dUeou U M1I8I wr verdrarta secured and unsecured 10000 U 8 Bonds to centra circulation 100000 00 Due from NSUOnSI lJteBka ROt Re servo AKentrt 936444 Due from State Banks and Bankers I Duo from approved reserve agents 38604 7t LbNotesfactional paper currency nickels andcents 55 39 lawful Honey Reserve In Bank he vizanprIidemptlonurer p per cent of co TotalV 170187 G snLLtBILITILS leIsptta1fund Uf 00 an IiDsesandtaxespald 709669 National Bonk notes outstanding 88395 IaDue to otber National Banks 10H Due to State Banks and Bankers 274235 etc Fund to pay tax JMM8 Individual deposits subject t- ocheck5183 67 Total 1410187 IS STATE or KENTUCKY COUNTY or MADISON S5 I Boar It BDKNAM Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief Ron R BUBVAjf Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1Kb day of January 1916 T J SMITH Notary Public CORRECTAttestII WALL U BENNETT BOUT R BUKNAM Directors QUARTERLY REPORT 0FTUE at tic close of Buaiueit on the Slit day of December IsO- SIIESOURCES Loans and Discounts01S1L74Ove- rdrafts secured Sstf 82 UvenlralU unsecured 18ittS 81 flue Irum National Hunk Ht61 70 lue Irom Slavs Jjuuk anti flankers V 1342 79 Due from Trust Companies M171M 13 Banking House anti Lot titM W uuierlle1 EstaTe lUuuu bu turtgRIoI 4i311 tuber bLocks and Bonds Ibouu apvcle K3SiS- 5icrrenc IIW16038 25 Kxclmuge fur Clearings W itlliur Hums carrluU as Cash 7a2 0- 8Kurulture and Fixtures 4woJ W Total 6ti4U 65 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cub 130000 00 Surplus Fund 10500 00 Undivided Profits i jtt Due Deoosltors ss follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid S5U681 69 DepositssnbjecttocheckV on Interest paid Demand certificates of deposits on which is paid 00 Time certificates of depos its on which interest Is paidSCcJO 00 Savings deposits on which Interest Is paid 00 Certified Checks lxi 269 681 59 tine National Bank 7799 46 One Stale Banks and BankermmIViiCompaniesBills 00 87T4 07 2149 00 Uninvested balance of Trust Funds 6 9108 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company orfirm including In the liability of the or firm the liabil- Ity of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 par cent of capital stuck actually Kid In and surplus actually on None How indebtedness stated in above KyStatutesHighest amount of indebtedness of any director or omcer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paldnpcapital stock None now is same secured See Section 610 Statutes oes amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm Includ tag In the liability of thecompany- or firm the liability of the individ ual members thereof exceed 30 percent of capital and actual surplusV VVVVVNo so state amount of such indebted ness See Sec 610 Ky Statutes 4500Wereand taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 par cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 696 Kentucky Statutes Total846944050TATE County ol Madison Stone Walker Bank Trust Co aJLtnk loated business No 108lfovV Maui City of chmond said county sworn ays the foregoing report respects true statement of the aid Bank the close of business of Dec to thx best of and belief and further Kays M Bank has been location named siti not elsewhere85Directors the above port is made in an official tice received from the of State signating the Seth day as e lny on which such be made Hubscrlbed und dvrorj me by JSn Walker the 13th 1906 U P EVANS Public J STONE H B RANGERV J SULLIVAN Eo D BALLARD OthcSt Louis IronMountain Southern Ry Cootgo and m Homeseekers Excursions seTosale first and third Tuesdays in Jan al March and thine1005days liberal stopovers California through Scenic Colorado a Missouri Pacific and D It G Ry Dally through Pullman standard sleeping cars St Louis to San Franco Elegant tourist sleeping car service every Tnesdav and Thursday from Louis pecial Winter Tourist Excur sions to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Colo ia Missouri Pacific the Colorado Short Line Tickets on sale dally to April 301905 th final return limit of June 1st cable daily service Through Pull ian standard sleeping cars Observa cafe dining cars and free reclln- nj chair cars Low Colonist Rates to the West and Northwest from St Louis Rates to San EranCifico Los Angeles ndinterjnediate points ISO te Port and Seattle i30 to Spokane 2750 Tickets on sale daily from larch 1 1905 and up to and including y 15 also dailv from September to and Including October 81 1905 Also special oneway colonist tickets sale January 17 and 21 and February 11905 to all polatit AikRBsesOkla omaatd Indian Territories certain nts iia Colorado Missouri Loawiana d Texts at onehalf fare pjaa 2 frpm Leeis ow w the Time to Visit Hot o Springs Ark The Great National Sanitarium Quicklime and qleyajit service via Iroq MOUBUB Rout4fromSt iSrHot SprliiM speeklleaves- aia at daily at 8 pnl arrlvingVat the I following orDioKl8 Thru tltaodard l8 a trea re URifCtehlt CltI berth re wy tioos 4e riNiy iai and isVIIIOM d- LA GsHbEr D l 41 fe tti CibCIflI1U1Qt II Vii TlK try KM The Newby Brass Band which ia ost creditable organization will give entertainment at Newby on Friday ht January 20th entitled The Kid the admission to which llbe25and 35 cents Shackelford Co sell the all white Imported steel chinaware dec2ltf GMCtratof the Cabbage Snake Professor H Garmou State Ento nologist of State College was recently s recipient of a supposed cabbage nake sent to him by the editor of Paris Kentuckian for examination d analysis The terrible offender oved to be no other than what is- mmonly called thousand legs Mr armon states that the true cabbage ake is a long slender worm without gs and is a parasite in certain insects d Is sometimes left by them about cabbage It is also perfectly harmless nd all the rumors concerning illness caused by eating them are wholly without foundation Cabbave is a wholesome vegetable and is cheap titus making it acceptable to the poor aa well as the rich All that is needed is care In removing the outer and worth lees leaves when preparing the vegetable There is no need whatever for any fear as to eating the vegetable Public Sale AND RENTINGin The undersigned J A Sullivan as Executor of the estate of Margaret P White deceased will on Saturday Jan 2J 05 beginning at 10 oclock a m offer at public sale to the highest and best lid tier at her late residence lq Richmond Ky the following property yiz All the Household and Kitch en Furniture and effects of said decedent on the property on which she resided at the tine of her death The same consists of bureaus wash stands cushioned chairs mats portieres lambrequins table covers hat racks tables dressers chairs pitchers wash bowls rockerc sewing machine bedsteads extension table China cabinet Said furniture is all of walnut and cherry make and most of it comparatively new and in excellent condition also about 100 yards of 8rll sells carpet 50 yards of Moquette carpet and a lot of yarn car pel and matting Also a lot of lace curtains 4J feather bedo bed clothing lamps Irish potatoes preserves about 200 pounds of lard 5 hogs meat old middlings and sausage and some corn and a lot of baled hay and straw Also a lot ol silver and glassware spoons knives and forks dishes table cloths and the usual dining room articles Also a good cook stove and utensils kitchen tables a lot of preserves sor bum In short most articles in com tuft use among housekeepers At the same time and place I will offer decedents residence located rn slain suet in Richmond ivy for rent during the year 1905 possession to the tenant will be given at once The residence is large and commodious and in one ol the most desirable locations in the city At the same time and place I will also sell one good sorrel horse one good surrey and buggy one spring wagon a lot of shingles clover seedc TERMS The purchaser wili be re quired to pay cash for all articles less than 10 and for all articles of S10 and over the purchaser will he required to execute a note with good security pay ablo 30 layS from date of sale without interest from maturity The renter of said nsidenre will be required to give note Aith good security payable January 1 1906 J A Sullivan Executor Margaret P White decd Public Sale AND RENTING on farm The undersigned J A Sullivan us Executor of Margaret P White deceased will on Wed Jan 25 1905 beginning at 10 oclock a m sell pub licly to the highest and best bidder one premises in Madison cotlntv Ky t the Hagans Mill turnpike and nowti an the Ben Puce place the fol lowing property viz About 550 barrelejof corn 700 shocks fodder two stacks of hay two mules ie gray mare tine brown mare 22 od milch cows 23 calves two wagons harness three old shovel plows owing machine corn planter cultivator about 5000 tobacco sticks timothy ed kitchen cabinet and a lot of ickens and other articles of person ty The real estate will be rented before e articles of personaltv will be sold At the same tIne and place the un dersigned will rent to the highest and best bidder the Entire Farm of the decedent consisting of 425 acres more or less This is one of tile inott fertile and desirablj located blue grass in Madison county Ky being Ion the Hagans Mill turnpike road anti a splendid neighborhood Said will be offered first in two parcels and then in a whole and rented in till manner bringing the most money viz 1 That part thereof known as the Hnynes land consisting of about 1Sfijj acres more or less and being on the north side of said turnpike About C5 acres of this land is now in wheat of which the decedent is entitled to one third thereof About 45 acres of the same is cultivated land and may dur exceptingin tobacco 2 That part of the farm located on the south side of said turnpike and known as the home place and consist lug of 2G3 acres of land more or less will then be offered for rent Of this portion 20 acres have been rented ti who is to pay rent therefor in onehalf the corn to be raised by him delivered at the heap and all tits fodder Nine acres of said land art also in wheat on the shares with M C Covinjjton of which decedent will be entitled to onethird thereof 25 acres of the home tract are in good meadow and the balance in most excellent bluegrass 3 The farm will then be offered for rent ae a whole The tenant or tenants will be entitled to the benefit ofaid relit contracts pocseeion of the farm will txv given ramediately after th sale Tenant will be required to give possession January 1 106 with the right to reenter and remove any crop trowl con the place until February 1 1906 The undersigned reserves the right to himself and assigns to pOw Bsmll grain on the land during the fall ol 1906 Tenants will bo required to cat and shock all fora at the usual timeTERMSthe purchaser of the per tonally will be required to pay in ca h feeall articles of Slit and tess and for nil articles over 10 notes whit rood e caritr bearing interest frcin the date ef sale will bt executed due sixty days afterdate TenatsVwhoShaliV rent tliw lead will b1 requIred to execute notas Uierefor with Mcnrity dna Janu arylUIOISwih a land lords lien lor rest OnliJl pmp 1derop on ilic 1fIINd premIMBc JASUWVZI Eat KrnaM JiWhh dee4 iJ VV i Owen McKeeLeader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions l WJ J Gi DRY GOODS NOTIONSSIJLT- CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c Not Sustained The following notice appeared in the Lexington Leader of January 11 The Court ot Appeals todayreversedI the Fayette Circuit case of S M Tudor vs the Commonwealth Tudor having been disbarred from practicing law The court here says that Tudor is certainly as creditable a witness as Smith the only witness against him and that Smiths evidence does not sustain the charge against Tudor Smith charged that Tudor accepted a fee of ten dollars to dismiss the prosecution against him Smith after he had been appointed to prosecute Smith Mr rudor who is well known here having formally practiced law in this city has figured quite prominently for some time past in various court proceedings in Lexington and was finally disbarred from practicing his pro fete ion Since his disbarrroent he him been engaged in other business It is not known whether he will stand a now trial and thus make an effort to resume his practice or not Cutlets From the Villew Vkw Argent D L Moore sold his crop of tobacco to Nicholasville parties at ten cents a pound An eightyearold child of Dude LafToon died Friday morning with what was supposed to be consumption Burial Saturday- H M Morgan and family have moved to the property lii recently bought of Jas Carr Mr Carr and tamily have removed to Richmond Miss Hallie Hill accompanied by her aunt trll J E Baldwin of Rich won d visited the latlerV isier Sirs W C UiggerstalT in Lexington last week Mrs Susan McGuire aged about 70 years slipped on a stairway at the home- If her soninlaw Win Ledford one lay last week and sustained a broken ankle Neville the tenmonths old child of Mr and Mrs Jesse Kanatzar died Sun day night The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends in the lopsof their little one Burial in the Kanatzar burying ground It is Serious Some Richmond People Fail to Realize the Seriousness backThfl IllsAreDangerous urinary troubles follow A Nicholasvillo man shows you how avoid them James Webber grocer of East Nicholasville says My troubled me for ten or twelve with a heavy dull aching streetIsmall of my back often so severe for a week I would have to go in a stooped position it being ble for me to straighten When 10tthis condition I had to be most careful for I was aware that any jerk or twist orsucden movement would bring on still more punishment The secretions from the kidneys were thick and rnpv and contained much albumen They were too frequent in actIon and at night my rest was much broken I eaw Doans Kidney Pills endorsed by people in nearby towns and I got n box They gave me almost immpclitIrelief and after using two boxes tin Pain in mv hack disappeared and tiltVtrouble with the kidney secretions wa corrected I will substantiate tberemarks to any person who wishes tn can on me- Plpnty morp proof like title fu m Richmond people Call at B L Mitt deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale hv all dealers Prip fiOc Foster Mllhurn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansanilt- ake no other jan Ky Classical and Business College NORTH MIDDBITOWN KV Resumes work January 3 antI cloess May 31 1905 Experienced faculty handsome location pleasant snrronml ings thorough work reasonable rate No saloons or other places of vice Thn safest place in Kentucky for boys For particulars address MILTON ELLIOTT Pres B H Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf n O 0 0- S HAVE YOU TRIED OUR 0 0 Mountain Ah JellieD Coal 0notyou are missing one of lifes luxuries The 0Mountain Ash Jcillico Coal is free from 0andbecause of its superior burning qualities is theG0most satisfactory Jellico Coal produces tor either 0 Grates Stove or Furnace 0Try it and we guarantee that all your worry over bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr S Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave 0 0 eI A ROMANCE OF Coon HollowGrand Opera House Thursday Jan 19thV Prices 25 35 50 and 75cents e J Gas flEA TERS j No 5mo o 5m 5cot4Ct o Da WithaV GasVHeaterVThe room is beat d quickly satisfactorily and cheaply TheyVcost little and being detachch able can be used in any room JTelephone OrdersJ Promptlv Filled CRichmondp Company 57 J n u 0 o VVVV VVVVVVVV VVVVV RIIr v iib I r I An Opportunity untilFebruaryin our large Vehicle j ck Dont fail to see worthio abarT5juxe Carnal jOT S RIGKMOND KY PHONE 232 Peebles ji H Sweet Hickory T Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAIN 8TdEET PHONE 165 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 18 1905 Tomorrow January 19 will be the anniversary of Lees birthday Buy your heiter from Shackelford Co for they sell the best dec2ltf Subscribe now for the CLIMAX in order to get our Illustrated Souvenir FOR SALEOld fashioned solid walnut folding couch ISjaic Mrs John flymel- iWANTEDA lot of fat hogs and cattle M M Hamilton 2t Phone 484 Richmond Ky Have you a pretty residence If go we we want it in our Souvenir Maga zine DO IT TODAY Telephone B H Luxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Takes the burns outheals the wound cures the pain Dr Thomas Electric Oil the household remedy There will he wi rk in the Com mandery tomorrow night There will be candidates for the Templar degreec When doctors fall try Burdock Blood Bittern Cures dyspepsia con stipation invigorates the whole sys ternoThe mother of the iiecro Hathaway who was hanged nt Winchester on the third died Saturday as a result of the shock Diavola the great cyclist Been here last September with Sells Fore paugh circus has been fatally hurt at CienftigaaIf know anything of interest concflrninc the past or present history of your town or the county send it to us We want it You win get the top price for your corn from Zirincr Its an easy place to iinlmtd and yon get your money otid the spot 4jaiflm Kpntnokv produced 20000000 cal lone of whinkev last year and shipped ont of thp Rtntp as gpnnine Kentucky whi kev 75 000000 cations nrlWlVppropilv lurmpsp nositlvn cure for coiifh enliU bronchitis asthniao Profpssor H H Rork hashnucllt thrnn h Ool n V Trihlilp the Harvey Phn niU larm on the Lexington pike fo 6 000 Ihn farm contains 144 acres T fully eluRR or the Foreign Mi Jooipiv Till mfpt this after noon t t 1y cfxk in the lecture rlm h Ft Presbyterian Chard nirporool TCe Mlckv farms to RRip rincine in arpa from eighty fiv to thplII1Arrpq In extent Pri rPA r t iiinhli Ad rpps John VeIer WinrhpRfpr Ky 18j n2t 0 r IGMrh sprntch iinabl a1 to mRin w iMirinif the day or sltp during he night Itching piles horriVe platrnp Doars Ointment ctirp Nver fail At any drug store 50 cpnis Vesnyof ronr reNivPS prom npn in the iipbnlldintr of this county WheliHr ihpy are dead or living it is f lilt von nwp tlipni to IIHVH their por trait in lii HNtnrv of Richmond and MivlUnii iinty fall and see us Upor fIn Fpinintr coun v tn thut niv i ioti nhpranpfli tires a hn nine on the latin if J T Mcfiren non Tim fire in nndpr an area of neai 2HOMiiHr vrfl mid ttift ground hn sunk nlion foot over that PAC dVllor riepflpoiptfliitlv nndsinelf1 of Iniriiinif cd- Wi earnestly desire that ever Rill scriber ol this papnr who is interete in the mantle enterprise we have un dertaken of netting out a history of thif county to ralunit to im mattprs of hit turiral nature that have come unde your observation But they must hI authentic In our last Issue we published thai Mewn H H and B W Col ver would open tip a general mercantile buMnesiiii the tcannhniIditIg when it should have been the Neale build ing next dor Miss Kate Schmidt has moved her millinery stock to the McCann utore room Miss Josephine Wagers has bee appointed an examiner of Madisot county liy JuagH J M Benton Miss Wagers h the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Boyd Wneers and Is a very bright and arttractive younz woman Her services HS stenographer or exan iner can be secured at any time The CLIMAX wishes her much success in hor newfield One if the hestrof plays dealing with life in the sunny South Is Lottie Blair Parkers idvlllc drama of reconstrucijon days in Lonislana Under Southern Skies The play has brouglsttenrg and lau f1ter to the eyes Hu lifni htfure lint a helier balanced t tI tit wiIh ifheinc Iiitf11 t j llIi IuuajiEJc At tb Gw4 OItIJc ll R II J i e3 f5 Ti M LaundryGuarantees LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays Thursdays RFWRNEDj Goods Called for and Deli- veredFreeofCharge J jYour Work Solicited AgentOffice Jt Pphone 118 IJ These is a great probability oj Lawrenceburg having a new Custom HouseSMr Merritt Williams has been assigned to revenue duty in Anderson county A renewed effort on the part of the women of Lexington is being made to replace the head on the statue ot Henry Clay monument in the Lexington cemetery This was blown off dur ing a terrific wind and electrical storm seven years agoIThe House of Bishops of the Episcopal church has approved Dr Charles E Woodcocks selection to the Bishop f Kentucky and his consecration wil take place January 26 ir Detroit He will assume formal charge February At Paducab the society ladies have made a new resolution for the new year and will discard flinch and euchre and start acooking school to occupy their spare time Suppose the fair maiden citizens try this good thing for a change IMeanYocfPlease call and settle your account lljalm Jones Mershon Dissolved Fartaerstlp Jissolvedwill continue his tailoring establish ment as will Mr Stonfler his clothing store the two being run now at disttinct and separate enterprisesa Indepe dent Buyers There are more independent tobacco buyers in the bluegrass counties this season than for several years past and ne Lexington buyer is advertising to secure one million pounds or more Winchester Democrat Office Removed Mr W S Moberly has removed his office from over the Farmers National Bank to the Collins Building The offlire vacated by Mr Moberly will be occupied by Judge A It Burnam and Ion who have formed a partnership for the practice of their profession Handsome Home Purchases Mr T H Collins has purchased the handsome residence on Lancaster venue belonging to Mr J Stone Walker and now occupied by Mr M Miller and family This is one of the most elegant and most desirable pieces of property in the city NOTICE All persons desiring extra copies of our History of Richmond and Madison County to be issued the lastolnextI month which will bosold each should send in their orders now 0 we know how many to order We jiiiarantpe this book to be worth the orice asked for it oOut Again It was very gratifying to the maty friends of City Collector Tim ONeil to- 4e him down town last week after an lIno811 of some duration There is no lore popularif1Icer in city than Mr ONeil who has lone b enasociedwitiI the official duties the the police force and in ctber capacities For iale I desire to sell privately my entire stock of goods anti fixtures My stock 1iiottsiStsiew clean stock The store room oc cupied by the undersigned can be rented for the ensuing year A treat bargain for any one desiring to go in business G A LOVELL 18j2t Richmond Ky WREMBRY Goes to the East to Mafce Early Purchases W R Embry manager and buyer for the garment department orEmbry Co of Lexington Ky left Saturday tor New York to make selections from the earliest models in suits coate skirts silk suits and waists which he will be ready to show before Febraary L These early offerings will be of special Interest to all who contemplate going South Mr Embrybelievealt will b aecee wry to U1sk two trips to the market this season and will return to New itorktinrciiMSH iiBiieiabof te and extensive FEJCCIi arwiwiMMu ot Central Kw t r = 1 n Qt t l itHt t IJ +t f1 I 4 1 cUT PRICES ON F n 1ANI I VT I tOur big GetCash Sale just ended was such a pronounced success in every way that we have tt 4 boysTheJ stocks i M selectfromNot the finest and best clothing that tailoring skill canproduce at prices in reach ofevery buyer Come now anti fit yourselfout for Christmas Read v 4 these big reductions and be the first to make your choice I I 2500cut to I9 15OOcut to 1225 5Q 2250 J750 1250 985 t2000 1650 800 4 4 p 675 St I4 4Someb tB1 g Savings on- I f mr Boys Knee S u i teft i Etraordnary reduction on all Boyst latest styles inclUddNOrfOJb Buster fq fBrowns double breasted and all the other fbfhsthe 7 and 6cut to 475 350cut to 275 1t500 385 250 185 400 4t325 200 150 It I Boys Overcoats at same reductions k ttlAf1COVINGTON 4 BANKS HI W t tttt t t ft ft ft ft ft Lost On Lancaster pike OR Friday December 23t 1904 one black and white setter dog Reward of 515will be paid for return 6f same to Henry White jan4 tf Richmond Ky New Urery Hnn E C Million Son announce to the public that they have opened a first clas livery feed and sale stable in the old Duncan stand on Irvine street in rear of City Hall Nice new rigs and olite attention We wish to buy some ancy saddle and harness horses ISjan Sm E C Million Son Accident on the L N A number of cattle belonging to Mr ames McKinney were run overjjy an arly morning freight train on the L N road last Friday The accident occurred near Mr Thrras Phelps near own Six cattle were killed and bout the same number injured One car was thrown from the track and a delay of several hours was caused Save TwentyJive Dollars this winter From 15 to 25 can be saved each winter by using Coles Orig inal Hot BlastStove This wonderful stove burns the gas half of s ft coal which is wasted up the chimney with other stoves Makes 2 soft coal equal SS hard coal Even heat day and night and perfect cleanliness Fire never out Perfect results also with hard coal or woodD R Shackeliord = Co lljatf Sole Agents Fatal Shootlcf On last Tuesday while out hunting Will Land shot and fatally wounded George Miller a twelveyearold boy Miller dying trom his wounds the next day Reports differ as to the trouble One account is that Land became en raged at the Miller boy because the latter killed a rabbit at which Land bad taken aim but missed whereupon he turned his shot Run and fired at the lad with the above results Miller made a dying statement to the effect that he was shot intentionally Land disappearedand as yet has not been apprehended by the officers Btcomme a Playwright CaptIthis city is becoming quite aplay wright Mr Ballard has for some time been a valued attache of several of Lexingtons papers but branched off from the regular line ol journalism antI has won considerable success writer of comic opera Last year his Belles of the Regiment was presented by the State College students and was received with much enthusiasm This popular young author has written a new opera but as yet has decided on no name Rehearsals have already been begun The cast comprises about sixty people Old friends here congratulate Mr Ballard and predict for him a brilliant future Another New Hardware Stars W D Buckley and Company is the style of a new hardware firm which trill at an early date be doing business In tIke store zoom next to McKees cor ner lately occupied hyarrlCtert store The member of tIe firm are Mr W D Buckley and Mr Calvin Taylor Both of these jwatiwaeB are well known here the forowc Storing beelt canned r e4 with Taylor Kroa fpr twenty ypara He is one of the ino t expert Mutters in the State and ifI kppwa ror his hot esty uprightness and ils superior style of workmanship Mr Tsylor is J brother ofNr Co a way Taylor ctwas brjevQy tf 1l1eJn of Taylor Bred Abeet yr age bow ever he severed life cowoectiou with that fitea sd removed te Cincinnati His return to hie old ioiie Is a source of tt pleaeBreH his any friends FW pew store will haedle hardware tratCJMi f Qlt Miss some cf the sweet things in life but dorit miss the pleasure of a box of re J E S Sole Agent r Fine Kcrxj to be Sold Mr Robert Walker shipped twenty tbdonatandWalker27horseoTolltrainer he cannot be beaten This firm andhueinoSaxton150 ejlinMMusictranfromcchasHerman Trost who is likewise an exBel wold25willgnBandtowellsoloist for the nw band Creates BusinesstionA merchant in a neighboring town states that his advertising last year dire cost him 24 cents for every 100 worth of gocdssold He used a halfpage lortal Dandhe will Stlmangsoonsoadvertisingwhich rtqulres as much care as any jHonestyency in advertising makes it a paying business Ex Ready tot NavigationC The following dispatch appeared in S tho CourierJournal of January 12 tamStatescompletion of lock and dam No 10 Kentucky river The contractors fin ished their work on the construction which has been officially accepted by at the Government Col Ruffner today GrItmouth of the Kentucky river ant steamers can now goas far as College was agthegabilitr nearls 200 miles Thelrckis last 148 feet available length 52 feet avalla Mr ble width and has a lift of 17 toot The look aud dBrojand approach walla are of all built of conrete son AnOIdVBoyiaLucksev Mr Rodney jteenon of Harrodsbnrg He who Js pleasantry rememberwlbore as an old C U stifdent has been tendered the position ofidepntv to the Clerk ol the Court pf Appeals at the handsome salary of tl00 per year HOB J Mor Kan China haying tenderer the poiwition Mr KejJuou is a popular young attorney and J3M for two years been m city attorney pf UairpdebBrg It is Air always gratlfyi Hj to friends here to have of good news of old Central University to students the Memory of whom wit dwell long w tTi all who knew them Mr KHDoR BTJI dWeady assumed hit sew duties i ir Mwiwether Other 7 J i se ioidUr b r New Millinery Firm Mrs W F Powers and Mrs Ehrett Flora have formed a partnership and purchased the entire millinery stock of Mrs Lee Maupin The new firm has rented roomsin the John GTaylorbnild ing They will add to their present stock all the seasons latest creationso and styles in headgear for women children Both members of this firm are well known and especially Mrs Flora has had years of experience in the millinery business As Mis Annie McCollum she was connected with the millinery department of E V El der and later conducted a like establishment of her own She is herself an expert trimmer and is sure to please her patrons They have hosts of friends who wish them abundant sue ceas The Beauty And The Beast The most important attraction of theatrical season at the Lexington Op House will be The Sleeping Beauty the Beast which comes Thurs Friday and Saturday January 26 an 28 A special matinee will been Saturday This magnificent spectacle was the sensation of London New York and is the most wonder production that ever left the fa us Drury Lane Theatre There are people in the company which trav cial train three ITssportation of the scenery and the umes The seat sale opens Mon January 23 and all orders forEs if accompanied by l receive attention Prices 51 to cents Theatre parties from all the rounding towns are being arranged attend these performances 18j2t Election cf Bank Directors n last Tuesday the annual eke oi directors was hold at the various banks in each case the same ctors being reelected namely Richmond National J W Caper I Shelby Irvine G W Pickels W Irvine and R W Miller State Bank and Trust Co J ne Walker Jl A Sullivan H B nger W D Oldharn John R Gib Joe Collins David Chcnault and Ballard Farmers National James Bennett F Burnam BS Parkes W A gford T J Smith W Neale Bennett saul W C Bennett MadisQn National WaIler Bennett B Deatherage R R Burnam E Million H B Dillingham and W Moberley The same ofliccra have also been reed Coaceraint a Prominent Mason Robert Rhodes Burnam of Richmond Ky has the honor of holding the same time the two important offices of Grand Commander of the and Commandery and Grand High est of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky says tho American Tyler He elected Urand High Priest a year relinquishing his office at Ibean convocation recently In May he was cbceen Grand Commander Burnam was born and reared in Madison county Ky and is a graduate Yale College He was made a Ma in Richmond Lodge No 25 in 1860 was Secretary of the Lodge for eral years and its Master in 1885 is a Past High Priest of Richmond Chapter It A 1and for several termt Commander ot Richmond Cowman dery Ao 19 And we might add that no Mason stands higherlhan does Mr Buraaib o has done much toward the present splendid condition of Richmond Com andery as with as the Blue Lodger Buruaur as well as every the Commandery fa working bard werd making the coining Ceaclave In May a grand sad brilliant success Richmond in ueatMlly located olid quite a crowd f vfeitiBg nights ate expected iteveral OfBMMMtetf bav already seeared Miadquarwatlf a apoiieso l ia 8 z J A Strong Announcement A Romance of Coon Hollow now livelyomedydramaing story plenty of fun and likewise oodeastmentsas we can safely promise in the vehicleofold comedy has been revised and im p and is now given with entirespecial new ecenery from the brush of YorkAcademy Thetoh s never been excelled as a piece of t s LragedyRomance of Coon Hollow comes to the nilhtJAnuarySuit dosed againstOrutcherminated in the special term of the Madison Circuit Court the jury having returned a verdict exonerating each of the defendants Judge W C U Hobbs of Lexington was appointed by Gov Beckbam as Special Judge to preside over the case which created no little interest The history of the case which ledup to the suit is as follows On l aagedboutNew Mexico taking up his residence with and working on the ranch of Cabell I Chenault The father of the young IDRu1Ir Chits Soper accused Messrs W L Crutcher C H Chenaull David James Crutcher and G W vans Jr of having enticed the boy to leave against his wish and on this ground sued the above named gentle men The case cccnpied some weeks in court closing last week with the result mentioned Later in the week Mr Soper and his wife Nancy Soper each JJoJault for 5000 This suit will probably be tried in October under the new law Mr John Speed Smith Honored The following notice taken from The Masonic Disciple published at Wash- Ington City will be of interest not only tomasons but to a wide circle of friends and relatives of the subject of sketch accompaning which was a splendid likeness of Mr Smith The young man so highly spoken of in the- ohlowingisasonoff Mrs Carran C Smith of this city e newlyiectetlGrand Lodge of the District of Colum bill whose portrait we give in this CountyKYHed in the public schools Centre College Danville and the Central University ot Kentucky In his early enagedinand later as agent of a Louisville hol sale notion house He came to this city in September 1882 and secured a position iu the Pension Bureau with which and the Interior Department he has been connected ever since being now an assistant chief of the special examining division and having spent several years as special examiner of pensions in different States Bro Smith received the several de rees of symbolic Masonry in Washing ton Centennial Lodge No 14 FA A L April fi May 2 and Juno 7 HIDe do was appointed junior deacon in 1894 a position which be soon resigned on account of his official duties re quiring him to leave the city and upon his return in 1897 was appointed junior steward He became junior deacon in 1998 senior deacon in 1899 junior warden ii 1900 senior warden in 1901 and Master in 1902 He was exalted in La Fayette Chapter No 5 R A M in October 1S3 and was appointed tIUWtetoltbeflrKveil lit 1868 4ta ewbeab has served la all of the ftoorpoeUioBn being BOW king tfitii tMi vsryrsoaabie Mcpe4tioa oTJbe coming MlgIi Pristatthlu ou g iE memberRoyal and Select Masters in 1003 He was knighthed in Richmond Com RichmondKybe holds his membership having re c acommauderyt specialispensation der for which reason he retains his membership tnere position heishisfriendsBro Smith is otto of a line of prominent Masons His grandfatner Col John Speed Smith was Grand- Master of Kentuctcy in 1923 His son also John Speed Smith the uncle at whose request our John Speed Smith was knighted as Before mentioned became Grand Master of Kentucky in 1893 seventy years after his father al most paralleling the instance of our Grand Masters Seaton father and son between whose incumbency eighty y eats supervened The uncle John Spfiil Imith who was probably the KentuckyIof Ken tucky in 1S99 and was Grand Prelate ol the Grand Commandeiy at the time of his death year or two after the latter data Hs originated the enterprise and largefundat Louisville now progressing satisfac torily and was president of the Masonic Veterans Association He had held every office in lodge chapter and com v II Y1 yi vi T Y IIi mandery besides those in the grand bodies heretofore enumerated It was due to the influence and example of this uncle more than to anythiLg else that our John Speed Smith has taken such a deep interest in Masonry Other distinguished relatives prominent in the fraternity may be named as the late Rev Green Clay Smith an uncle formerly a member of Congress from Ken tucky later Governor of Montana by appointment of President Grant who was an affiliated member of Washing SecretaryFrederic Commander John Smith Speed of Little Rock Ark James Speed once Attorney General ot the United States and the late Casslus M Clay of Ken tucky were also among Ins kindred In June last Bro Smith conferred the Master Masons degree on his cousin John Spied Smith in Washington Centennial Lodge as a courtesy to Rich mond Lodge No 25 of Richmond Ky which has constantly had a John Spec Smith on its rolls since 1813 on which occasion Grand Secretary Arvine W Johnston at the request of Bro Smith presented to the newly made brother the fourth of the name his fathers Masonic apron an incident which was published in The Masonic Disciple at the time Bro Smith has the confidence of the fraternity with reference to liis abilitr and to the possession of those qualities which distinguish Masons and it is tho hope as it is the undoubting belief of The Disciple that in due time he will reach the Grand East and place his name beside that of those two great- Grand t Master John Speed Smiths who have gone before him ri V V a a Winter Eating Ruins Stomach Now is the Time You Need Miona Says B L Middelton Think for a moment the extra strain you put upon the stomach in the Win ter The hearty food the late suppers and the lack of exercise of out door life all weaken and strain the stomach lay ing the foundation for poor health aud stomach troubles nervous irritability and serious bowel and kid ney diseases bave often dated from n week of extra good living Nearly everyone is bothered with more or lets headaches and backaches furred backinlIot energy loss of flesh or a general weak tired feeling Now is the time when Miona is needed to repair the ravages and wastes f the hearty eating of Winter has caused in the stomach and digestive system This is the only known agent that strengthens the stomach and digestive organs so they can and will readily di gest whatever fod is eaten A Mio na tablet taken before each meal will remove all irritation inflammation anJ congestion in the digestive organs arid so strengthen them that they will ex tract from the food all that goes to make good rich blood firm muscle and a sound healthy body This remarkable remedy costs but cents and if its use does not restore your full yigor vitality and health B L Middelton one ot the best known druggists in this section will refnntl your money Unbounded faith like this deserves your confidence I ffi71171 ffi F7II71 71717 Ic c + +I Just received some advance ++ spring styles in +1 + t Ladies and Mens 1Piiie Shoes also a complete line of Rubber Ipr Boots and Shoes f Dont lose sight of our famous 3 proo fBFI ond4RNOLDa tE rr t IE r fL ed J IIJ L r 5S There is nothing like Good FLOURaSEvery house ty cck knows tht Good iJkes Rollsffi BiscultsScannot be made without good Flours OUt mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and MaIls of the latest Our bands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE1- 3YTHEElliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY 7I ffi m 7Jm ffiAutumn stocks res p ten d en t throughout the store and buying en ffitbuslaem much in evidence Silk drese ffi illffiof the times The reputation acquired I for supremacy in these lines is splen didly maintained this season Assort Iments are greater fabrics richer styles mmore fascinating than ever Let ns ffiSUg eRt to proactive buyers that they these stocks as soon as possible The visit will give them knowledge ISoffashions beRt and of the vastness of the selections here made for choosing 1i White arid Gibson lli 7Iffi7l ffi7 rDiamonds J c Watches 3 Crocks r Cutglass r f All kinds of Jewelry and Precious StonesV of every description These are some of the V things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your I r watch or clocl refuse tolRO take them to Lane c will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it toILanes hell fix that too If yon want anything that I can be found in a first class Jewelry ebtablishmemt go c to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles C v LELanecJeweler O OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guarun teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BKTTER can be found for medicinal pur- pOSe You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10to bottles 55 Ujugs 250II 5I bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WHEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrayer novlyr Anderson county Ky Wire fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMBthit i WIRE FENCE Those toDE purchase the best wire fence will oitoraddressJasbayIlOtlyr onrI to Ret the great prize will give t you prices on tbetat a the r e areiThFheavy tony hop tnp No7 wire at4GeentH per rodsalFive toot fence 12 wires heavy May at 55 cents per rod tZ These pricealiave never been made in this county beforepou TblrKIRKSVILLE KY f For Sale Number ono good organ good as new Cost 110 Will sell cheap for cash Call at this office Onovtf StrcdIA black steer weight about 600 Ibs Liberal reward for return of same to- E Deatherage Richmond Ky Announcements FOR MAYOR OARENCEmood subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY EROBERTSect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H subJectFOR CHIEF OF POLICE IiALLMAthe city Of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party CLAUDflEVORE oftheWe are authorized to announce V W HAR ofPoliceofltichmondthe Democ atlc party MOREElOroRR theDemocraticFOR JAILER OSHEARERcounty subject to the action of the Republican party Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed tome which issued from the Clerks of infavorofin case of C W Jenkins against C H and Nannie Deonyand Ruben Hill Ior one of my deputies will on Monday Feb 6 J905 between the hours of 10 oclock a m housedoorKy expose to Public Sate to the higb stand best bidder the iollowim described property or much thereof PlaintiffsdebtTWO ACRES OF LAND with improvements to same This countyKyadjoininiend Mary Ann Million For more ac tmrate description see deed book No 56 page 46- 1Levied on as property of Ruben HUH TERMS Pale will be made for cash JOHN F WAGERS S M C Jan 11 1905 Kidneys Cured Free end your name and address with s clipping and get a full size box of Bells Kidney Pills free DeBells dnoy Pills are guaranteed to cure it you refuse a cure that is given solutely free Do not delay time may mean death Send for sample at ce For sale by B L Middelton 1m Examine our elegant display of rriages Buggies etc before making purchase We are selling vehicles at lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Prop Shackelford Co sell the Radiant Home Coles Hot Blast and Cyclone Hot Blast heating stoves dec21tf DeBells Kidney Pills sTheyiresystemrheye and in the shortest time possible affect a permanent cure Price 25c Fo- rebyB L Middelton 1m Stray HOf Black boar hog weight about If5 nds came to my place December 1 owner can get same by paying rges Frank Prather Second Street Richmond Ky IrEAS1 TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY mcoRIOIIATU ofthisiSouthernIllinoisand Louisiana Wo can put you In quick theIWe i Solicit patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities urwur pawied I Eo M 4 I iTkPwc IrSTATE NEWS PICKUPS itLr Young Girl Died From Burns Owingsville Ky Jan 12At Olive Hill Carter county Viola the young daughter of Hugh Steae was stud jag Bear an open Sre whea iher Cloth ing became ignited and she was fa tally burned before fca covld tie rae cued She dltjd aZtec a few touraof suffering Will Go To Hot Springs Louisville Ky Tan ilO Chairman Harry H JJrennan and Matter Vtan of the board of public safety win leave Saturday for Hot Springs Ark where they wllepresent the Louis yUle Jockey club at a meeting of turf men who will consider the formation of an independent racing association May Vote on Local Option Question Owingsville Ky Jan 12A peti tion is being circulated throughout this county to secure signers of a suf ficient number to call an election to vote for local opUon in this county The flght between the wets and the drys promises to be a hot one White Man Frozen To Death Hopklnsville Ky Jan ttThe body of a white man was found in a straw stack near Balnbrldge where he had frozen to death He had been seen in the neighborhood the day before and laid his name was Miller and that he lived In Graves county Trigg County Tobacco Growers Cadiz Ky Jan 1L The tobacco growers of this county held an enthu siastic meeting here About 10 percent of the present crop was signed to the Dark District Tobacco Growers Protective association recently and the entire crop was almost raked in The Fire Is Slowly Subsiding Owlngsville Ky Jan lTelephone reports from Plummers Land Ing state that the smoke that has been pouring from a spot pnJ si McGreg ors farm bad ceasedand the ground which sank about a foot is slowly cooling No further danger Is feared IDied at the Soldiers Home- Covington KyT Jan i2Woid hai been received here of the death at the Soldiers home Dayton 0 of John Jones Deceased was well known in this city where he resided until 18 years ago when he went to the Soldiers home After the District Attorneyshlp Mt Sterling Ky Jan 12 Robert H Wins a leading young attorney of this city is an applicant for district attorney for the Eastern district of Kentucky to succeed Judge J H Tins cy the Incumbent ADVANCE OF TEXAS LOn STAR STATE BECOHINO A JUG PBODTJCEE AgricultureAccord1ng iztfcA1o Among Pore most in Live Stock thatTexasgreater he should read the new crop statIstics gathered by the department of agriculture said Oswald Wilson StatS statistical agent of the department The preliminary returns to the chief cropytSidi226 bushels of corn per acre With the givesaunderstandtht MfaaourISa only 6000000 bushels less than Ku leesthan antheThis report also shows In the farm lastyears Crof730000 tons of hay Rice averages 3M bushels per acre 82141011buihele Ineeeaze1ettrwhich yearTheve17favorablyentoB No wonder that the Texas farmersare kappy ant prosperous With a AgreatMode than any stat our otton crop t a great surprls Our grain crops Isflu Noyaei15 smallpart or wUllTow 0t1JI1eISM Sa corn es she does In oettsa Sat Iitlw1the United Static With tJi81aonueiiIoora prodHsUoa aore ce IMtLoath otaUtHu W s W MtV tQ w f t 1kf P pr Boy Archaieofeglsts I 1311ingeneV1Iler Bridgeport Fad discovered a Me ia one of the prehistoric jBbanda aloag the Ohio river at the of which they found a large quakUtyof nrrows tomahawks beads and xxtery together with skeletonsJ Killed a Wild Deer Owingsville Ky Jan 13The first wild deer killed In Kentucky ia many years was slain In the iaoiutain along Poplar creek After aj three days chase dogs brought the leer to bay and It trampled to death several of the dogs before it was killed Hotel Fire at Elizabethtov Ellzabethtown Ky Jan 13The Steclalr hotel owned by J Hi Stew art was by fire There was no 1sUnince The loss Is 2000 Mr Sinclair saved his furniture pro E B Olcott Who roomed in the biilldlng suffered aloes of about 800 Kentucky Teacher Chosen Principal Magee YIssJan 13Prot J E Woodward has resigned his position as principal of the graded high school here and the board of trustees has se lected Prof J 0 Jones of Corbin Ky to fill the vacancy Prof Jones is ex ected In a few days Stay of Execution Granted HopkinsVille Ky Jan 13GoT Becknam has granted a stay of execution until July 7 In the case of George Holland sentenced to hang htre for complicity In the murder of nn un known whito man near Pembroke on November 14 1903 Smallpox Contracted From Letter Ellzabethtown Ky Jan 13HMiss Grace Tabb of Summit a sister of State Representative W W Tabb has developed a genuine case of smallpox She Is said to have contracted the din ease from a letter received from a friend In the west Jury Disagreed Leltchfleld Ky Jan 13n the case of Hartford Logsdon charged with tho murder of Frank Pierce in this county last summer the jury disagreed William Logsdon his lather was fined 500 and given six months imprisonment Suit Entered For 50000 Damages Burlington Ky Jan 13 Grover Bollingtonj by his father D J Boiling ton has filed suit in the Boone circuit court against the Lu N Railroad Co for 50000 damages for Injuries re- ceIved I TAKB WINE OF CARDUI AT HOME Are you a sufferer ties your doctor been msx cesilul Wouldnt you prefer to treat yourselfAT HOME haVlbouflcured themselves at home of such bearingdOwnVand nervousnessdizziness eng caused by female wenknesi- These are not easy cases tialdoctor irritateItisasoothingtonic and drastic drugs It ii successful because cures in ii natural way boughtfrombottle and you can thu treatment today Willyodryit1I la cases requlrlnc sPEd d1nctlollij tatttK flying irniptoia jAiarr Dept Tte Ceaztaaocie- dtGtDs eo Ctoiunooga Tam For Sali number of mammoth Bronze Tur s as breeders Very large borjb and e markings i younr Toms weighing v 1520 to25p6nd i young hens to 18 pounds Hold singly ia pairs in trios to suit purchaser Trf08e more they will improve yoar lock Mactiost KUgrariteeiL Prices cin ap cMioa BEVERLY BSOABDCJI Qv233ntb Valley Vie LKy The JL L Fainati SebosJ of hoi rapfcr H4 ESLIdiej 4 it i- iiIeIt It j rjiTr THE MAKCUM CAL Th ffeintlff Is Awarded M fl JuryIWinchester Ky Jan 10T11e Wf UarcumHargis damage suit agaInst James Hargis Alex Hargls Ed Calla ban and B F French in which Mla Abrclia Marcum and children ask for 190000 damages alleging that de fendants conspired with CurtIsVjett and Thomas White to murder Jaeefl B iMarcum was finished w tithe Jury Returned a verdict giving pfeln tiffs for 8000 against Ed Callahan and James Hargis jointly and exonerating Alex Hargis and B FiFrehch The plaintiffs will appeal especially from that portion of the verdict exonerating Senator Hargis and B F French and defendants will also probably appeal from that portion of the verdict giving damages against James Hargis and Callahan This is brought11nWlnchester Ky7 Jan I2Dotb plaintiffs and defendants have filed motions and grounds for new trials In the HarglsMarcuin damage suit Defendants Ed Callahan and James liar gis are allowed until next Tuenday to file a statement of additional grounds for a new trial No arguments will be made by their side in support ot these motions and Judge Denton has announced that he will give hIs de cision In the matter Wednesday OSCAR GRAU MISSING He HoloVthe Bert For Being the JRifle Shot In the State Newport Ky Jan IL Oscar Gras of this city is massing For fiv years ho has been employed by Jacob Boltr York street and has never mlsseda day He attended to his duties until a late hour Saturday night and sincal then nothing has been heard of him Mr Grau holds the championship belt as being the best rifle shot in Kentucky He has broken 99 clay pigeons out of a possible 100 and manufacturers of firearms have offered him a large bonus to use their make Mr Grau Is a member of many organ populariReceive a Jail Sentence and Is Also Fined 100 Newport Ky Tan 12Thecase of Frank M Shanley superintendent of the Newport Foundry and Machine Co who defended himself fxom an unruly mob last Saturday night at the point of a revolver and was then arrested for carrying concealed weapons came up before Police Judge Moore Wednesday He was given tin limit of the law The punishment was 100 fine and a sentence 30 days la jail The case was appealed HARGISMAHCUM TRIAL The Plaintiff Filed a Sensational Affidavit Winchester Ky Jan 13 Shortly after the commencement of the Har gisMarcum trial here Mrs Marcum filed a sensational affidavit in which among other things she alleged that Felix Feltner had been paid 1500 if Mose Feltner would not testify In the bybriberyfendants had Induced Mono Feltner plaIntiffsshe asked for a rule of contempt A warrant has been sent to the sheriff FellxFeltnerofficers of that county fall to get him a special Bailiff will be sent after him EXTRA SESSION CONVENED The Legislature Will Select a Situ For the New Capitol Frankfort Ky Jan 13The extra- ordInary legislative session was convened Thursday at noon with 29 sena presentLleuttlon by the senators when he ascend ed the speakers rostrum The usual committee was appointed to notify the governor of the convening of the legis lature The governor sent In his mes sage by Secretary Ed Leigh and It Thelegislatureday In honor of Col Brecklnridge PRESIDENT TAYLOR GRAVE The Family Has Decided To Put It In Good Repair Louisville KyVJan 13T J Tay PrellidentZackary yule to Investigate the condition of the grave of his distinguished relative st St JIatthews It is the intention yefusalgrave 10 expend a sum of money suffi beittIsgthetie United States New TJ taN an L itA Uoamefleinx Monday Dec 19th BOOH truia for Irvine and aftwnoont- rwjH fro Irvine iJIbe dleeoiitsauwi JofIaJuritasgi ILV1VV f 0hiiJIoo 7 Graceful women A Dtstro tar a Fattest FIFe Is lastpiriblt fzcm a Lays of lbs iMitlfi The scent of the violet or rose Is as precious as the lovely flowers whose y are and while the lives of fiower atcbrjet and we can only enjoy givesthenent blessing The soft fragrance purityhealth goodtasteBRADFIELDSV in regulating the lunar periods in woman permits of no wrinkles pale cheeks or tortured nerves and shapeless figures It is Natures remedy The arug st may offer goodbutceived and permanent injury may result Try our Regulator Of all druggists i Our treatise en Woman THE BBADFIEUJ REGUUTOB CO BJ Y4 DRLANIWIAN Hotel Glyndon WednesdayJan 11 1905 V4S4V For Sale A sixyearold combined horse J hands high perfectly gentle For price etc call on G J White Son Socttf Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Tiros For Rubber Stamps call at this officeKILLFHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH DrI Kings New Discovery III FOR CONSUMPTION ISOc Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG ZBOTJB LEg or MONEY 13AcxI For sale bv R 0 Ktockton +CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Qcuiie Saratora Wter Kept OB Tap Phone 3 Second St DW TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL STOGEBT Or XaBTvae V afosdu DICITl8T or LOUISVOLB ST BulldlnlrIChmSndnovlTly VM Blanton DENTIST 49Offlce tii Bennett Building Manly TELEPHONE 196 Bunsens Catarrh Cure cures catarrh easily and pleasantly II contains no mercury or other injurious Irue It is quickly absorbed and RivE instant relief It optns and rleansw the nasal passages allays all inflamma lion heals and protects the membrane rind restores the senses of taste and smell Regular size SOc Sample and pamphlets telling all about catarrh fret For sale by B L Middelton Im We have never thown a larger Block of Carriages Hurries Buggies and runa boats than we now have on display III ur show room It wil pay you to ex Wealudoners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed tim one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works L MidkirPPifc BJtOSW Historic and Picturesque Route to NEW YORK via Washington Baltimore and J Philadelphia Stopover privilepfes on all Firstclass Tickets 3Elegant Vestibuled Trains all of them daily Cochnuith nijh back seats Pullman drawing room sleepers Qb 4rvatioB sleeping cars CompaBya own dining ear servJeo Meals served a la carte SeeVcKVtVt For rates time dof trains i sleepJBg ear reeervatioas efe call as any etterdd fi iyiecAIT1VGrA oW o liii aiiI VV VVV l DcEells Kidney Pills Free KidneyPillsquest They are the only positive cure in the world for kidney trouble and wo want you to try them Send tot a box today absolutely free C W Bejtss PiaceChlcago grafting wax made now will Rave time of making it in a more hurrying eeason A Costly Mistake Blunders are some tunes vpry expen sive Occasionally life Itself is the price of mistake hut vonll never hI wrong Jr von take Dr Kinsrs New LirA Pills for dyspepsia rtizzinw headache liver or bow l troublns They are CPI tie vet thorough 25c at R O Stock tons drug store 1m For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo No35A twostory frame residence contain 8 rooms and two halls In Rich Ky Lot 40x150 feet small Price 1000 S5OOless than cost nice residences near Main street only three eqnarrs from conrt A more desirable location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a bar will buy a good town lot 40x200 rood town lot on good street 40x feet Price SIG productufarmresidence barn and other outbuild Price 4200 farm containing about 130 acres residence barn and other im rovemenu In fine locality Price 500 containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve Can be bnneht in connection withNo8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 51000 each Hood cottare in firstclass condition Uterd etc Price 300 Hood lot unitahle for hnsincss honee can be bought cheap A four room cottage and even acres of land five acres in Brass and two in nrdra mod orchard earl mpe nfMlnltThlthriving village where chorrhen find schools are convenient Price 1500 One of the nlcmt renWenres In Klchmnnd containing eeht rooms cl11LotA twostory residence in rood neighborhood Ix 129x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one deslr Initnn ideal home One of the bent constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood lotcontahifigxitnated In best rexldenm portion of city Stable coal house buildIngsdesiring nice home efltbtUpafromnil in sties and Is Al rood farm and thl1andLocalitybqtFlour and grist mill Anderson Buildingbuilt 8 years am Steam and water power the latter threw months of the RollerdIllluciuSjug5 rooms An for SII5O or 55110 ror tb mill and the acres Onehalf In10mUeaAlso a SObnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Halt river Steam power new uptodate In every withImprovements railroadPrice InManavilelthrough place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges neache penrs plumgrape bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room lstory honse plumsIIIIpesacres for 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwel twohallsnthebonSt1QOdoiitbnlldings Bee location in Richmond for boarding honse 148 acres Mercer county farm in housetenantater 7000 bnrgonsidence excellent barns etc Will row hemp etc J65 per acre countyOnerunningwaterny 100 land Nice twostory residences on one of ofRichmondsary outbuildings Great bargain LeerountyBeattyvitlewithin moreOTor exchange for improved farm land RentuckyT11a theBeattwyllielocation for cake ovns foundries dillJIOlledticnlara call at this office PQThe Larteit TleUInf Holiest Grain Fineit Quality Oats Grown f As hardras wheat If sown early Net attacked with fly cr lust Stand up wel Afford the finest FaJ Winter and Sprint pastUre and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per aero cf the finest heaviest gialned Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives Information sbjut the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Birley Rye Rape 1000 Heeded Kale Al falfa Grass Clover and Vegetable Seeds RlbboaSeedsobtainable write for brie Free Catalog Ho WOOD STUBBS CO Secfamea- LOUISVIILE KY 1 =For Sale Nitt lot fill Fourth street 47x120 ft For particular call artliisnffiie ef r bU Sail I will sell privately rny farm 4J miles from Richmond on the Jacks Oreek pifti known as the Jan Farfej place containing 245 acres with nice ihreebarnagoodtencitig water This is one of the beat farms in Madison QauntV and will producecprn lnm andtobacco Tiiefarm has been- ha biaegrata for iSypars Price f50 per anTe J W Masters 21isepttf Richmond Ky MEXKOI lanuiuyandFrUAr hell Gnefftl Manager Americas Tour sleeplaXl 1L9i ratAddrtWl D1i A9 f i wii IIIIII l More Heat = Less Coal works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iotaof heat value is lost coal bills are reduced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or Squeeze Out the of your coal thehotyour house Gases are combustibleif the proper means is taken to insure com PeckWilliamson Underfeed Furnace have you call at our store where these Furnaces are on exh bition t f t o C E Douglas Co Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Ventilating Cc West 5th St 0 Richmond Kyh Illinois Central Railroad Excursion Tickets now sale at reduced rates toe t New Orleans La Havana Cuba Hot Springs Ark city of Mexico Californiaa- nd many other points with lioeral stop and return limits Only line ruuuinff through personally excursion Louisville to New Mexico Arizona and Texas All heatvalue andsmoke bustion The Heating 337 Cincinnati overs conducted Sleepers California For through rate tickets and rates descriptive of California and New railroad agent or address- F W Stovespeclfll StovesV Heat your House with 9 We h vsibis A nretnev eta color lout we especial waul iial our Httfiiiion to ur hue f im urted White Steel China Ware Which we are duriiifjthe Holidays selling at a Reduced Price DB8huc lford GO e