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del Paso Stud in California and are by such well known sires as Gold finch Golden GarterSir Mod red Salvator Star Ruby Tryant Watercress and Dare bin Nine are from his El mendorf Stud near this city the sires represented in this lot being Nomad Order Sal vator Candlemas and Arkle Mr John E Madden has twelveweanlingsall by Mirth ful while Colonel W S Barnes has the same number by Prince of Monaco Hand spring Jim Gore and Cayuga August Belmont has six wean- lings L O Appleby six Gideon S Daly three and Julius Bauer two C Little field Jr has seven on thelist twoyearolds Green B Mor ris five J E Madden and the- Keenesfoureach W C Whitney seven and Phil Dwyer two Of the entries for the big spring handicaps the four yearold Prince of Melbourne is nominated for only the Sub urban His impost of 123 pounds giving him a constructive concession froni the five yearolds Kinley Mack 128 and Eth lbert 12Gof five and three pounds respectively the weightforage scale for June calling for a concession of only two pounds by the fiveyearolds to the fouryear olds The exportation of Kilmar nock David Garrick Pe truchio etc last fall and of Kings Courier in 1899 has left our American fouryear old division of 1901 in comparative weakness and few critics are Disposed to quarrel with Mr Vosburghs dictum in favor of Prince of Mel bournes superiority over the others of his age in the Sub urbanHis Realization opponent Ildrim is in both the Brook lyn and Suburban at 116 pounds however and this seven pourids difference in their imposts appears at first glance to be an extravagant estimate of the Princes half length victory in the bigevent of July 4 especially for the reason that Spencers superb handling of the winner had much to do with the outcome of the struggle One of the mostl interesting performers of the racing sea son of 1901 will be the six yearold Banastar who won the Brooklyn of 1899 for the late W H Clark and was the central figure in the contre temps at the post for the same Women are lik- eifIOwersHealtbyandstrong 1and bloom Sickly they wither and die Every woman ought to look well and feel welL Itsher right and duty i but she rrtlght as well try to put out a a fire with oil u to be healthy and at I tractive with disease corroding the organs that make her aworn an Upon a their health depends her health If a there Is inflammation or weakening a drains ot suffering at the monthly period attend to It at once delay Your one step neferer the grave every day you put it off Women can stand a great deal but they cannot live forever with disease dragging at the most delicate and vital organs Jn their body You may haveT een deceived in socalled cures We dont sbu bow ou could help It there is so jnuch worthless stuff on the market nut you Wont bo dill In Bradilelds Female ReK- e ulator WcbelievsitiitbeOnGmedlc- thoCnartbforWot1anhy it Is as much difference it and other socalled r rnedisa as there la between right and wrong Bradfields to Female Regulator soothes the pain rstops the regularity purlfla1I1c1eanses ItI 1doee alt this and Itis forwomenalone to i clde whether will be ealtby or stck Dradflelda lies at SI p1rbItkatdzugstOre- a 4foIOW bsst 1 MI CS5Ws0 I 11 seasons Suburan On only one occasion has Banaster appeared in public siricethat unfortunate occur reihce namely when he won a sprint purse at Yonkers last October Banaster has been most adroitly handicapped for both the Brooklyn andSuburban at identicalveight carry on the occasion of his Suburan fiasco of 1899 and twelve pounds more than the impost under which he ran away with the Brooklyn three weeks earlier Banastars greatspread is easily accounted for by his uniquely jnbred pedigree Another fairly treated can didate who has already tasted the sweets of a great handi cap victory is the fiveyear old Jack Point The Brighton hero of 1900 being none too solid on his pins his aj pearance as a candidate for leading honors this spring is to be deferred until the Sub urban for which his weight is 117 Ethelbert 129 Jack Point 118 were the weights in the Twin City dead heat last September Ethelbertwas at the time considered bj the majority to have been some what unlucky in failing to win outright but Henry on Jack was pinned so close to the rails in the close finish between the leading quintet that honors were easy in the matter of bad luck and Mr Vosburghs treatment of both horses is thoroughly jus tifiable for Jack Point was evidently not his real self at Morris Park His present impost is eight pounds more than he carried in his memor able triumph at Brighton High Order 118 who did not run as a threeyearold in 1900 appears to be a trifle lightly handicapped on his ju venile form while Mesmerist i7 in the Suburan only is treated with marked severity in view of his disappointing record of 1900 For instance McMeekin 120 Mesmerist 104 were the weights on the occasion of the latters last appearance when McMeekin finished a length in front the pair being defeated by Motley in a mile race- MeMeekin 116 may devel op into a very dangerous handicap candidate this spring His record as a threeyearold in 1900 will stand a lot of close examination as he is handi capped with considerable leniencyin view of the general average of his performances- last year A quartet of veterans who have little cause for complaint at their imposts are Box 117 Bannockburn 115 Batten 114 and Maximo Gomez 113 Bat ten is not in the Brooklyn but his Suburban chance is undeniable if he was not outrageously overburdened a year ago when asked to carry 124 pounds in the Brookly He has not been seen in public since that occasion when he was manifestly not himself but being supposed by the weightforage scale to im prove two pounds for the year possesses a twelvepound pull in the weights as against the estimate of last year Alcedo 112 appears to be weighted up to the top notch on the book as our English cousins says but his win from GonfalonMcMeekin and Toddy at Morris Park last fall had quite a useful look about it- Alcedo won seven out of eleven starts last year and was three times second and once third thus finishingin the money in all ofhi public appearances His races in the West were regularly im proving as far as the class of horses which he met was con cernedand those who thought lie was flying too high on the occasion of his only Morris Park appearance were obliged when he covered a mile and a quarter in 207 drawing away at the end The veteran Approval 112 is handicapped even more leniently than last year but must be regarded as too much of a training suspect to really trust for important races so early intheseason5 Raffaello 111 is in only tb jslrooWjrmj hii party I rmIIIIIInIIIIIIlII I That Cough 1II sorts of cough reme Idles but it does not I IIiiIII You need something i that will give you i ifIIwill do this when everything f else fails There is no doubt i about it It nourishes i E strengthens builds up and = I makes the body strong and j throwI = I j against5further r run down or emaciated you T i should certainly take this = I nourishing food medicine j a sad floo all druggists LSCOTT DOWSE Chemists 11 New York f probably figuring that he would surely be handicapped at a weight which would en able him to win a big handi cap at his first essay if he is to win at all Sidney Lucas 110 is ob viously tempting on paper in view of his meritorious per formances in the Westin the earlier part of last seasonbut he was so jaded and sore when raced in the late summer and fall that his prospects for comingout in really good shape or another season ap pear necessarily too remote to attract much attention at this juncture Recent experiments show that all classes of food may he completely digested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which absolutely digests what you eat As it is t lie only combination of nil the natural digest ants over devised the demand for it has become enormous It tins never failed to dIre tile very worst cases of indiges tion and it always gives instant relief Perry Thomas SPECIAL RAIL ROAD RATES TO LOUISVILLE The various rail roads in the State have granted a rate of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan to dele gates attending the Twentieth Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky Delegates must pay full fare going and must secure Con vention Certificate from the ticket agent when they pur chase their tickets at starting point These will becounter signed by the Secretary of the Convention and entitle the holders to secure a return ticket at onethird fare Dele gates unable to purchase through tickets to Louisville must secure certificates at each purchasing point For the weakness and prostration fol lowldg grippe there is nothineso prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Cure This preparation is highly endorsed as an uuinilinc remedy for all throat and lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption It was wade to cure quickly Perry Thomas After spending millions on mortars for coast defenses the War Department has now come to the conclusion that they arC useless the chances of their hitting any thing being nil and has stopped ask ing for money to buy them Pity it couldnt have found this out before ordlnarlplJJsLittle Early Risers They are best little liver pills ever made Perry Thomas The Pope certainly honored himself by saying mass for Queen Victoria especially when it is considered that she was ilia way the head of a rival cbmm nion Like bad dollars alt counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ara worth less The original quickly cures piles sores And all skin diseases Perry Thomas If Carnegie thinks fighting is so dishonorable why does he continue to make guns and al or fiifcm t Mfklwith P Jj i HOW TO RULE HUSBANDS Ins Max OEelll The best thing that can hap pen to a man is to be ruled by hiswife but she should rule him so discreetly so diplo matically that he could almost boast that it is he who rules her At all events he should remain very undecided which of the two it is that rules the other And when a man is not quite sure that it is he who rules his wifeyou may take it for granted that it is she who rules him Ofcourse I start from this indispensable fundamental element that there is love between husband and wife Without love ex isting in matrimonial life no rule can be laid down no ad vice can be given on the sub ject How is the art of ruling a husband to be learned The American and the French girls are at a good school they have only to study how i mamma does it I have traveled all over the world and so far I have discovered two countries only in which the men are in leadingstringsand- the women are the leaders my own beloved one and the United States of America In those two privileged nations the women lead the men by the nose but in America the women boast of it and I do not thing they should In France the women do not boast of it but they do it and with a vengeance Yet be fore the peoplea French wom an will always say Oh I do so and so because it pleases my husband Dear little humbug foes she though Butter would not melt in her mouth when she says that To rule a husband it is not at all necessary that the wife should be the more clever of the two unless by clever you mean intelligent much less that she should possess a bet ter qualification would proba- blyJead her to rule him in an assertive and aggressive man ner which would be fatal to their happiness Very few marriages are happy when the wife is the superior of her husband I know very clever men1scientific and literary men of prodigious ability who are completely ruled by charming little geees who are fortunate to possess the most enviable of giftscommon sense delicacy refinement consideration amiability de votion unselfishness anda good temper These men en joy the rule of their wives thoroughlyGod you my dead fel lowman from the conceited woman who cannot do wrong You will find that you cannot live up to that If the day after you are married you discover thatyour wife is perfect run away from your life Perfection in a woman ought to be a cause for divorce In fact never have anything to do with angelsthis side of graveHow love simple fasci nating little woman who gent ly puts her arms around her husbands neck kisses him and confesses that she was wrong What a brute that man is if he does not at once take that dear creature in his arms and make all the apolo gies he is capable of for be having in such an ungentle manly way as to force his wife to acknowledge that she was in the wrong That man if he is a gentlemana man even will spend weeks and weeks after such a confession at tending to the smaliestwishes of his wife I would lay all I am worth in this world at the feetof a woman who would ac knowledge that she was in the wrong Most of them will argue and talk oudeafdumb blind and lame until for peaces sake you will say Yes dear you are right of course How could I imagine for a single moment that you were not Then a ray of satisfaction dashes across her face which seems to say to you I knew you would have to acknowledge it To rule your husband my dear lady do esjictlyas you please but always pre t1d that you do as lie pleases 1PJIita wirtH 1041 WJi y o CLOTHING 7I 7I7J 7F 7Iffim + 1frZ 77P z7 i7 Z Z7i7 t SALJIwWe are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to buildand to avoid removing our stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECESa sags y We have the largest stock of New Suits Overcoats and Underwear for Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want 7fat your own PRICEL 7 A + Suits to Everybody at 7w ISTOUFFERS1The in Richmond Suits to measure and + fit guaranteed this sale AT COST t 5I 7I71 FIIIII 7171 F7F m 71 7 comes in Men are ruled as children are by the prospect of a re ward The of your husband is your amiability your sweetnessyour devotion and your beauty of which you should take a constant care Love has to be fedconstantly And always let him suppose that is for him only that you wish to remain beautiful So if you wish to have your hair curled do not make the preparations in the evening so as to be beautiful tomorrow do it in the morning when he cannot see youbut- I say in the morning so that you maybe beautiful the same day It is certainly amazing to note how Secretary Long in sists on forcing the Sampson Schley controversy to the front again in spite of the fact that it has now been demon strated that Sampson did not even plan the battle that Schleywon but simply adopt ed the orders by which Wat son brought order out of chaos at and applied them to the Santiago block ade VjlIltSlow comesfrom hairfood The HAIRhair has It is starved It keeps coming out gets thinner and thinner bald spots appear then actual baldness The only good hair food you can buyis It- Feeds of AI r MaindiQOrJ the roots stops starvation and the I hair grows thick and I long It cures dan I druff also Keep a 4 bottle of it on your 4 dressing table 4 It always restores J color to 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hither to invincible Britith General hns met more than his match iu the Joshua of South Africa Christian Ie Wet It is becoming quito patent that fighting Boers is not the warfare in which the English Lord won his laurels It is qiitc a different thing from butchering tliH ignorant natives of Knrtnuni Da Vt is the Washington of the Trans vnl and in gradually winning inde pendence for his country The English should either relinquish ciHimson till Hoer tvrritory or rioall Kitchfener make him a Duke fur his signal r vices and send sinie oncelse to look fter De Vot As Sampson the anoient lifted the gates of Gaza and stalked triumphant ly away has Sampson the modern come out of the Santiago muddle with flying colon and ahead of Admiral Schley Such partisan ruling is char acteristic of the present administration It seems to bo the fashion nowadays to reward pooplo for what they did not do and to make noncnities of all heroes Sampson ia greatly overrated man His performance dining the blockade of Santiago were those of the veriest tyro At no lime while in prrsuiial command did he give any evidence of tlu ability to loudly end tied by his friends When the acti inocciinedhacl it not been fur tin prrerwe of Schloy the chances are that Cervflra would have effected his escape As it was the Maryland Admiral auhitmul it brilliant victory of which he alone deserves the credit Swii soii s plea lor the honor on the ground tiNt though absent he was in commnnd of the fleet is flimsy in the extreme Secretary Long has about as much right to appropriate the glory on the grounds of being the head of the navy Schley with noblo gen erosity advanced no claim to the triumph he had won modestly exclaim ing There is glory enough for us all i while Sampson peevishly invidiously claims it all Schley is a Democrat Sampson a Kopublican thereby hangs the tale Sampson ii covered with official honors and blazoned by Wash ington iiillhoritks a tucond Nelson b Admiral Schley is accorded the atlin ation and homage of the thousands of honest hearts thnt see in him and only him tliuColosii8 of thn Seas LIt BroerCoI J LEXINGTON KY Ready for a Drive in Papers We offer you the following inducements for your Wall Paper Orders this season Over 2000 distinctpatterns- Absolutely the newest ideas in all styles of decorations Special and exclusive treatment for every room We draw sketches submit color designs and estimates The oldest most exper ienced and best known hangers in the city em = ployed Prices as low as same quality can be bought or any where LtusgiveYou I CiflfoweriCo I MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY t T i LITTLE Bons hlllR new name now ie is Earl of Pretoria the title con feral on iiini by the late Queen for anyonebutthis new Appellation of the General General Iope might just as appropri ately have been breveted for winning the battle of Bull Hun as Lord Roberts for whippIng the Boers These gentlemen are about the livliet beaten men of our knowledge JACK the Giant Killer used to be the myth held up to onr childish fancy in the days of our extreme youth as a means to produce quiescent effects But now Jacks days are numbered no more will ho serve as a scarecrow be will soon be as outofdate as a last ears Easter bonnet for a mightier t Frhanwho has succeeded the fero ons Giant Killer as a nursery hero nd the children of the future will arn to be good at the threat of his dread name It seems that we all have ur uses in this world if we cant be MTddand finds there are bigger lions there he Ins fame as a slayer of wild beasts will yet live and in the pictoral tory bookor dime novel he will furnish amusement for the coming raceSmCivic degeneration is an evil consequent on prosperity and national af fluence The greatest and most felt lack of the day is the dearth of real statesmen in our council chambers nelheeration are mere pigmies compared to their predecessors We are forcibly re minded Of this fact by reason of the comparison invited and suggested by the recent demonstrations throughout the country iu honor and commenor ation of the day of birth of certain of the giants who made history for Col ninbla Jefferson Jackson and Lincoln are the immortal trio who by their prudent foresight and calm wisdom unswayed by party predjudice or passion laid the corner stones of our present greatness Since their tilDe no successor has Iteered the helm of stale with their unswerving tenacity Nor elevated by political trickery or by tin capricious turn of fortunes wheel have tilled their places but nut their anshoesiatattigreatlussriches way yet prove her curse Her IR dictmed Stequalmurnlion as n hiworldtIle the intricate diplomalic questions confronting us Haunaism and bribery are prevailing methods For four more years we must endue their swav Let us trust iu God and not in them PERSONAL Mr B W Turner is in New York Mr Robert Crow is at home from Virginia Mr Fred Grinsteadspent Sunday in Lexington ti1ra Western tour Mrs P F Adams Jr is fetelativesMr George Simmons was in Lexin cLullPopular Jack Gilbert of Lexington was in town last weekwMr Clifton Thompson of Mt Ster ling was hereSiinday Messrs Neal Anderson and Alex Igo are in Texas prospecting thMissing Miss Itennie an is Mrs C E Smoot is visiting her mother iu LouIsvillecDr Phil Roberts and son Roy are enjoying a Southern tour Miss Mary Collins was in Winches ter several lays last week Mr J C Lyter of Louisville was here several days last week Mr and Mrs S Neville lIIobtJrley- were in Versailles last week Miss Annie McKenna of Lexington is visiting the Misses McKee WagersviIIerMiss Muir Escott of Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Taylors Mrs H L Middelton entertained the Euchre Club last Thursday evening Miss Floreifce l ers of Stand lord t has been visiting Miss Minva Palk Phelps Mrs Win H Severance of Stan ford was with Mrs B L Middelton last week eMrVictor Brooks ppent Wednesday iu LexingtonMiss Lackey is visiting Ii her sister Mrs W W Willianson of Lexington Mr and Mrs Terry Hagan and chil dren are visiting Mr John J Hagan ol CorbinhMr Win J Steinert of Central Uni versity spent Sunday with his mother in VersaillescMrs George G Prewitt nttendedtho WarrenBronston nuptials In Lexington last Tuesday Messrs T B Collins Jake Collins and Grant Norris went to Buffalo on a trip last week Misses Mary and Bessie Balfard of glyMisses Lillian and Ethel Watts ol Chilesburg are to be the guests of Miss Kit Chenault this week Miss Alberta Anderson of Lancaster is visiting her grandfather Mr Thos Anderson of this county The Winchester Democrat says Mes srs Charles Chenault and Jack McCord have gone on a trip to Cuba Gov and Mrs James B McCreary attended the WarrenBrouston wedding in Lexington last week Mrs Carryton M Woodbury nee Miss Belle Rhodes McDowell of Mid dlesboro is visiting friends here Mr Thomas Gentry of Wiseman town returned home Monday after several days visit relatives here Mrs Sam Rico and daughter Can are in Henry county where tljey were called to attend the funeral of a relative Mrs Reynolds of New York hare turned to her home after a pleasant visit to her brother Mr Kuper Hood Rev and Mrs Hugh McLellan are iu Shelbyville to attend the wedding of Mrs McLellans sister which occurs today Miss Ethel Hcacox has returned home fitter a pleasant visit to Mrs Elmer Deatherage of Richmond Lexington Herald Miss Mary Brooks has returned to Versailles after a pleasant VISIt to Mtaa Ann Bennett Cohen Shewaanrcoin panted by Miss Cohen MM Elizabeth Clay goes to RIc- hSQHIiIt week to attend Miss Uoyi rfitl f I ct Grand as khe thunder ofl Niagara jS t1 eUliv rsaljsoIlWOfrl e1cured 1tttH sa saa t ml 1 illlij11 I AMERICAS iQ RIEAfTiES BL OD IMEIDI jodspuIf1es and e b1ooas lothingLe19ecan school Her aunt Miss Lucy will accompany herMt Sterling Advocate Mrs So Neville Moberley it expecting Misses Belle Graves Edith Railey and ancis Nuckols of Versailles to visit 0he r next week and attend the Leap Ye otarsei1istpfrlendsherolIliss of this city has retuqed from a visit to rs T S Ilapran of Klchmond Lex glon Herald The Frandennial Club postponed meeting from last evening to tomorrow evening Thursday at 7 oclock Members will take notice Mr T ith Jr will beJiost and will enter tain at his home on Main streetBProf and Mrs S J Sanderson to the delight of their many friends have returned to Richmond to make their home Prof Sanderson will be con cted as of old with the Preparatory Department of Central Tjniversity Little Miss Nannie Clay of Paris was given a Valentine Birthday party by jicr grandmother Mrs C F Clay at A Kshlandgrandmother Mrs Lavinia Estill Gun ningharo was present and assisted in entertaining The luauy friends of Mr and Mrs Hughes Bronston throughout the State will be glad to learn that this popular couple have returned from New York where they have spent the winter and are settled in Lexington again They are making their home with Proi and Mrs David Gheuault Mr Wra Steinert who for the past year has managed the Central News d taught in time Preparatory De rtment ot C U has taken charge of m Normal Department in the S P tes Institute 1 branch school of Cen trill University located at Jackson Mr eitiert is a very bright and able young and is sure to give satisfaction in s new position Mr D U Tech and Dr A Wilkcs ye dsterdaywith the charter members of the pro osed Lodge o Elks of this place These men were ordered here by the Grand Lodge JJ P O Eto inspect the character etc ojj the men who had signed the petition for a character and they were more than gratified with the condition they found and will make a most favorable report to that body and Danville will likely have a lodge in near future of the Best People O- nEarthDanville News Mrs Howard H Gratz entertained a w friends informally at cards last evening at her home in Gratz Park in compliment to Miss Laura Bennettthe guest of Mrs John Reid who leaves to da for her home in Richmond There as one table of seven handed euchre After a supper of oyster loaf sand whichs chicken salad beaten biscuits icescakesbonbolls tout salted almonds They were joined by the members of e Ah Sin Club who were being en tertained by Mrs Gratz in time next par- lOr and a social evening was eiijoyed Gratzs guests were Mrs Grey Fal otter Mrs Rieliard Anderson Miss Mary Payne Miss Laura Bennett Miss Minnie Anderson Miss HodgcaLelington Herald 14th Time most brilliant entertainment of the season was given last evening by iliss susan Hume iu honor of her guests Misses Louise Jacobs of Colo ado Springs Colaud Martha Bowling of Clarksville Tenn The spacious Hume mansion on Lancaster Avenue was a blaze of light atan early liourthe the nails of beautiful parlors were festooned with Washington birthday sym bols and their floors carpeted with the smoothest of canvass Saxtons im mortal orchestra furnished sweetest strains of melody aud to his accom panimenl the hours flaw bv with swift winged speed An elegant repast ac ceutuiiteil the enjoyment of the eVen ing A large number of Miss Humes friends were the recipients of her hospitality and all unite in declaring her entertainment one of the most delight fullarties ever given in Richmond The gayeties of the 22nd season were beautiTg en it R liurnam in honor of Mr and Mrs S Neville Moborley The lovely Bur nam home on the nmmit was thrown pen to the guests with characteristic hospitality its parlors were tastefully decorated and its dining room a perfect niche of beauty At each plate was a ard entwined with roses bearing on ono side an appropriate quotation am on the other a conundrum wlvose guessing created much merriment among the guests Time dinner service and menu were superb and thoroughly enjoyed A more delightful evening has seldom been passed Those fortunate enough to be present besides the host and hostess and guests o honor were Misses Mary Letchcr Mal Y Tribble Susan Hume Louise Jaccbs and Lucia Burnam and Messrs W R Shackelford E Tutt Buruam Jas S Crutcher W S Moberley Robert E little and Thos H Pick- elsRELIGIOUS The Presbyterians have not us yet selected a suocessor to their late pastor Itev JK Smith Elder W L Shearer of Georgetown will preach at Valley View Saturday at 1 p m and Sunday at 11 oclock Dr L O Barbour occupied time pulpit of the Baptist Church Sunday morning antI delivered an interesting discourseThe M C A of Central Universi ty has elected the following ofllceis for the ensuing year President S S Talbott Vice President Ben Andres Secretary C II Talbolt Treasurer J H Smith Rev Hugh McLellan of the Christian Church hold tLc attention of a largo audience Sunday morning with the missionary subject of Mackay of Uganda In the evening ho made A beautiful and effective talk oh Noun tai nsIThe Lenten season now ti56n as will be observed outwardly at least by a far larger number of religious bodies Until ever before Ech year thufor mal keeping lL Lent increases not by focioty people Episcopalians Ildman byErei gregational and other evangelical bodies Fasting has practically gone out of fashion and that to a great extent among Roman Catholics but increase in the number of services cessation from social and other functions and her forms show the marked hold time son has coon time American people than formerly The increase this year Is abnormal MARRIED VAnumBuosmsThe nuptials of itsMiss Katherine aicCreary Bronston of Lexington and Mr Guy Scott Warren oi Chicago as previoiuly announced Jwere duly celebrated sic Christ Church Cathedral Tuesday evening time 12th ishop Burton officiating The wed ding was one of the most beautiful over seon in Lexington At the conclusion 0of the ceremony a brilliant reception was held at the home of the brides lather the lion C J Bronston Time young ouple after a bridal tour to the Maadi Gras will make their home in Chicago Mrs Warren was one of the most admired and popular girls in entucky amid her host of Blue Grass friends mire very reluctant to give her up BIRTHSM BoGGsTo the wife of James T Boggs on the 7th inst a son Lynn Jackson GOLLY To time wifo of Ben F GulIy on the 13th insta 9 pound boy James Cornel ou WHITE Born to the wife of N V 14edaP tiOuImdDEATHS ScnivENEItMaryLecrivoncrItime 1C year old d ughterof Mr Bon Scrivener of Kirksville died Saturday sifter a brio illness of pmienmouiagZtItI4NArcll Munpina son of Mr and Mrs Joe Muiipin of Kingston ied at his home last Friday of typhoid ver He was twentyflvo years oi age anti an excellent young man A wife and one child survive him His remains were interred Saturday in the Richmond Cemetery WAflERSTime family of Super nten dent Wagers has the of the c thommunityaud sister Katie who on Monday morning joined the Choir Invisible Littlo Katie was only 12 years old and a very bright lovable child who stunt bered her friends by her acquaintance We sympathize deeply with her be reaved relatives Measles was the cause of her deathiiARNOLD Mrs Tommio Hood Ar noM of Kansas City Mo died of pneumonia on the 11th inst after an illness of only thrse weeks Sho was formerly Miss Toimnie ilocdof this city and is well remembered The Kansas City Journal in referring to the death says Besides her husband three children Marian Paul and Mary survive her Time two buys were called hume from Mexico Mo whore they were attending school Mrs Arnold was a aiember of time Central Iresby terian church mind a woman greatly loved by all who knew her Her c hiGOODIOE Mr W 0 Goodloe of Danville died suddenly Friday of liemorrhage of the lungs with which he was striken while at the dinner table He lisa been in failing health for some time but was able to go to hit law office overy day Mr Goodloe came of a very prominent family and was an affable kindhearted honorable gentleman He tas a prominent Cot federate Veteran having served through the late war under Gen Mor gnu null ranked bight in Masbnic and Knights Templar circles lie was a son of the late Mrs Liviu Gregory and leaves wife and five children behind him lie waswell known and widely respected in Madiso- nCntvEsEIizmbetiI Balleu Crayons was born Mardi 13 1831 and died February 8 1001 at Edgermoud S D Mra Cravens was tho second daughter of Squire George W Balleu deceased Sho left Madison in 1857 and has never been back to this since She was married to James Cravens about 1802 and lint many relatives in this county Deceased was a sister of Mrs B F Deatherago Mrs A J Tribble Mrs Charley Watts George and William Balleu of this county die hind been a widow for several years und leaves five children all of whom are grown Mrs Cravens was a consistent Christian woman and had great faith in time mercies and promises d the Lord Ficm The Land of This Hontezeumas Miter Climax TA PICO ESTADO DE TA3IAULIPAS MKXICO Feb 13 1901 Thinking perhaps your readers might bo Interested in a letter from the land of pret ty soon by and by manaua and poco tiempo from the tropics ofold Mexico I send you greetings today Is it too take to wish you a happy new year This is the Mexican salution Tengo el honor do enviar a ud su a fectuoso fclicitacion de sine nuovo During the last decade Mexico has been kept with her ever increasing in terest before the minds of the Amen calm people Books have been written lectures given speeches made ser mons preached but this Is only the be glutting What has already been said needs to be a thousand times repeated and to this should be added new facts that are developing day by day in our sister Republic While her climate her productions her rivers her mountains pod valleys remain the same as when time Taltvcs and afterwards the Artectf trod her soil during these in tervening couture a history has been makingboth a civil und religious his torywhose pages toil the talc of a nation liberated and a nation that has at last caught a glimpse of the Sun of Khjuteousntss Look for a moment at the geography of Mexico She is smaller by four fiftlis than our laudand is divided into twentyseven states two territories aud a federal district About onehalf of her territory lies in the torrid aonejbut from tho lowlands of thconstJo the tops 61 highest mountains may b found almost every variety of climate and hence of production On the low lands where I am located coffee grows in the friendly shade of the jasmine while the lemon and banana groves alternate with those of harder wood On time central table land which has an eteaUollof from 2000 to 6000 fcetare found corn wheat beans grapes and peaches in fact all that might reasonably be expected from a climate so nearly perfect as this Mexicos mineral wealth has long at tracted the attention of the outside world For sliver she stands proudly in the front rank During the last three hundred years millions of silver have been taken from her seemingly inexhaustible mines Of Iron slims is said to have solid mountains while lead nickelzinc and other minerals are beiug constantly drawn from the soil Year by year these rich mineral re sources are neing developed promising to put her ere long amongthe wealthiest of the nations lInt by far the m Liostkissed laud is the people who tread lien studiedIsu anllmost of all lor what they 0are capabhs of becoming The population is estimated at 12000000 territoryMexilation of the United States From among her native Indian population have como some of her most eminent heroes men whose patriotism and dar- in g valor entitle them to a high place on the roll of honor of time nations B 55enitodent of the Republic who on time th dny of July 1859 made etoul the property of the Catholic church the government and people of Mexico was n thorough Indian of the finest type Gen Porfiirio Diaz who is now resident of the liepuhlic is no m worthy representative of the intelli ence jKilrloiisni mill courage of tht native Mexican They are a people oi genuine determination their three centuries of foreign oppression have reduced them to a state of object pover ty and misery from winch they are but slowly coverine Their superstitions allegiance to the Catholic church which is only a form of pagan ism here enables their spiritual mas ters to rob them of the larger part of eir scanty earnings They have thus had but little chance to emerge from the degraded state in which they were left by their Spanish oppressors Continued BRASSFIELD Mr Harry Duncans family has the i en shea Miss Daisy E Daniels visted relatives at Berca last week Miss Lzzie Jones of Panola visited her parents here last Sunday Mr James Cornelison is visiting his son MrRobert Corneliaon at Kingston Mr Andy Frasier was in this section last week attending to some land business Mr Willie Daniels who las been at tending school at Berea has just returned home Mrs Mollie Black and little dangh ter Mamie visited her parents near ere last week Todd Bios our popular merchants are receiving railroad ties in large numbers everyday Mr Nick Thorpe of near Bichrnond Molliefornelisou Mr X G Todd our esteemed merchant and postmaster was in the Mote neighborhood last week on busine s Messrs John Todd and Willie Lowtn wore delightfully entertained by Miss Nannie Amrs at her home at Crookes ville last Saturday Rev Wills preached an interesting sermon at Viney Foik church last Sun day to which a large lumber of Brass fields church going people listened with delight Time golden rule of the impecunious man isdumcmoiimers as otiiorsdunycu codialIt doesnt take a particularly strorg girl to throw a fellow over No Maude dearn sliding scale is not a machine for weighing ice Competition is the life of trade and sometimes the death ot it Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot earrimereness and thai Is bv constitutionalremedies Deafness is caused by an linIngthis tube gets inflamed you have n lmeaniimgamid inflammation hearingwillout of ten are caused by catarrhwhich oftheDollarsforHallsCatarrh OSoldHalls Family Pills are the best VILEY 0THE CTA1LOR Makes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his hasjustg IMOeeFrom Now York antI desires to make you SUITMr tho clothes his liouso turns out He is easily time equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York Jt TRY HIM f JI II EYtUAIN KY ISfeWr t Stouffer wont bo understood Call and get prices on clothing and under wear 19dectf 6 HONAKER TIlE CELEBRATEDFLORIST Wishes to supply tbo Richmond c public CUT ETC J J beautiestJ Jcomplete green house He will have the finest specimens and designs and the most reasonable rates for Easter Give him a trial and boon vinced HaganAGENTS RICHMOND KENTUCKY 13febly Dmmi ionerJ l e LucianIIngueler t Puffs Notice of Sale Green Gentry ic- TjY Drts In Equity virtue ofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the ly Term therof 1001 in the above style cause tbe undersigned will on MONDAY MARCH 4TH 1901 At the hour of 11 oclock a m at the front of the Court Honse door in Richmond Madison counts Ky being Starch County Court day pr bi highestdderA TRACT OF LAND Situated in Madison county Ky on the water of Muddy Creek containing 4lh acres and adjoining the lands of John Lanter begin sUlnefence23 7 po R 69 E 17 po to center ota ridge with same NSOi E 638 po to south side of a new ro adN62 BiSpomes thence a new line S 55Wa whole TERM Sale will be made on a credit of IIX toglye0of andfrctaa uponIdpaid C13feb2w A truthful Tioea swain has admitted- to his inamorata that she is one of emily girls he ever loved Master Comrs Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT JJ KanatieraAdmr against PlftlJane Kaoaticr c All persons havlngclaims against tbe estate of J J Kanatier arc hereby notified to file tbe same legally verified with the undersigned on SmemilebM2vr M C M C C CALLAND SEE H S Stout THEt tTAILORA- nd get his PRICES before buying your SPRING SUIT Site Have your Suit made at home and get a guarantee fit and best workmanship to be had Have also added ladies tailoring HSJSTD UTI i THETAEOR THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have a r rr Clearance On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colorsreduced from 225 to1 95 Allwool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479to 3 85 Mens Wool Hose Blue and Grey r 39 i- oMensCaps2Oand 4 Mens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 1 00 Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HflMBURGS AND LACE willbe rl each one of you a very happy and prosperous new year Iam Respectfully 11 Cor Main First St MCKEE CARRIAGES BUGGIBS PHAETONS Built to your order at our Factory ateRe- asonable Prices Call and see the Vehicles of the new firm SEEING IS BUYING Ketucky Crig Rork DmpinyI Come and see us before we move and help us move by getting anything at your own price in clothing at Stouf fers lOdec tf For Sale I ofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bathroom and hall and nil necessary out cisternsIFor further particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evans or the under 8i SMITH2jan2m 30 YEARS Centurydoing the people of this city county and surround lastinghis gratitude knows no limit for your most liberal patron age in the past and it shall solongtransacthisconsecutive years of prosper otfl business in the New Cen turyFor 1901 we have bought more new goods in every line than any previous years all at satisfactory prices Our stock is much larger and more varied than ever before We manufacture all kinds of paints for all kinds of pur poses of the best quality and at a price that can not be ex celled in any city We want trybysameI We contract for all paperingEstablished j 870 Geo MWiliging Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints WindowjiSOI Wi MAiL MCKMOKD KY r J 1 Sale I OWEN Creditors Notice All persons having claims oi any kind against the estate of time late Olivia Gregory deceased will presentthem properly verified to the Execu beloreFebruary FebruarY25Wat 0 GOODLOE Cfeb3w Executor Richmond Kentucky I Marriage is an ordeal which usually turns loves sweet dream into a horrid nightmare Creditors Notice Adnutnustratorclaimantsagainsttheestateof eued are required to file slime proper wllhStateBarber Claims not presented by that time will be barredSTATE BANK t TRUST CO ZJJaSw Admr 8 F Barber Jecd Y 7 v 7I mFI+ Radient Home Heating z dk tt s I Burns Soft Coal and less oder than Nil anyothera pr Give more Heat and will foe clongerother You poly one fire jaunts 11 not gr out 5 winter ii 5 UHREOCDETHuTECONOMYaa 5 oest We handle the Amerkan Wire Feac whIch ia batUOOOKSTOHARDWARIEbeI goods at be bist priesa EfiEI a SRcoa I Ipm MAIN 8TR1CT RICRONJ ++ + + T Ii0 J II 7 IIJff LLMuIFZt J r 11Mi f O- rr 4 w i h u The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 20 190L O centa will buy you 75 cents worth of underwear at Stouffers tf On account of Washin tons Birth day the banks of this city wfllnot be opened for business Friday We are after unloading clothing not money at Stouffers 19dectf Mies Mary Coyle the accomplished young elocutionist hasollened a school at Portwood She is sure to succeed as a teacher A lady wiohes to take in washing Apply to box 229 Riininond Ky Prof Wlliett is without a superior and probably without a peer in the special line of subjects he present No lecturer was so popular as he in Midland Chautauqua held here last summer Christian WorkerDesMoinee Iowa Natural product water mill flour and meal at A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf Mrs Frances E Beauchamp State President of the Kentucky W C T U will deliver an address at the Court House February 25 at 730 oclock All are cordially invited to attend A collection will be taken to defray ex penses of the meeting prke1oEVANS augl5tf The Enterprise Fire Insurance Co of Lexington Ivy has appointed J W Chaney formerly of Berei now of Richmond in Freeman Bros building their county agent and collector Application will not be accepted unless written by him ora person holding a written authority Irom him 2Ofetf Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over Perry Thomas1 Drug Store Cfebtf The house was filled at both lec tures No more eloquent lecturer has ever appeared before a Perry audience lie not merely entertains he captivates and charms all who hear him With a fine presence magnificent voice and a clearness of presentation that is well nigh marvelous and makes the matter as plain as noonday he lisa delighted his audiences Perry Ia Advertiser Get a suit at the clotting out sale and save money at Stouffers the Tailor 19dectf The truths wlicli he drew from the life of this ancient biblical king were deep and pure and very applicable and though dep yet they were couched in language which the small cst child could easily understand All those who heard him were loud in their praise of this scholarly gentleman- In manner and style of presentation Prof Willett Is attractive His treat ment is analytic but he makes all the dissectIon himself and the hearer is surprised that he never saw it in that light before Richmond Va Dis jatch Sunday February 7 1897 Self closing unbrellas also self ipening umbrellas at Stonflers 19dtf peoplefmiiitn hour daily to study the Bible Probably there is not in America a Iner teacher of the prophetical books than Prof Herbert L Willett of the Chicago University and the number of Endeavors who took advantage of such an opportunity was limited only by the seating capacity of one of the largest hurches in the city Enthusiasm for the Bible f that the word No hand clapping over it but delving into its treasures There was a printed syllabus for each lesson It is estimated that the Bibles brought into actual use in this convention in searching the scrip ures would fill a car The Old Testa ment prophets will go home on the trains with many delegates living characters for the first time in their experiences Christian Endeavor World reporting the Detroit Conven tion of 1899 5 at Stouflers will buy you 10 worth of clothing 19dectf New Paper For Lexington The Winchester Sun says Lex ington is to have a society paper The first issue will appear March I and the title will be Society It will contain aU the society news gossip the doings in upper teiidom fashions facs and fiction Willgings Paint Best and cheat None better at any price Try it- Court Day Dinner The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a court day dinner at the old Garnett House on March court day We urge every one to take advantage of the low rate and procura an excel lent dlnner and help a good cause along at the same tim- eWindow Shades and Picture Frames made to order and in stock Largest stock lowest pdces Geo M Willing New Appointment Mr V W Anderson Barbourville has been assigned to the Richmond dl vision of the Revenue Department re cently vacated by Deputy Collector Millard West Mr Anderson we un derstand is an able and enter1 sn gentleman and well adapted to his line of business Window Glass all kinds cf colored Glass in stock and cut to sizes Largest stock lowest prices Geo M Willging ftr Vatifht Moves His Office Dr C H Vaught has moved his o- f4ec to the apartment over Suqira lately occupied by Dr H M jjUaaton The genial doctor has cia r ntly furnished this parlor where he sgilljjegligLla all times to see his I Vaughts late office is now occupied by Mr W R Letcher Jr Gilt wall papers 5c Alt last SAUOOK goods 8c JQc and 12c mer 5c Biggest line of5c l Per in Kxotucky Gco M Willging rjiwa IHie leMMFw We notice in llie GorgetowM Times that the lodge of Elks in that city has decided to hold a fair Mitt mmttwr The article states that that tM knJgels- Scott fe iri a highly pea COfi dHlonhAvi 106 m flh4c TM In JtwUOH fe bag be rafeed t2i MM apctlon +t IitiUeomi 1w st- ra41d rMv They NL eV4lf t e tlnJr SkL menu ill w wiu ro1OL Ch Iifi 1 Some Lexington Investment stock for sale cheap Callat this office Notice Messrs Stouffer Mosoly desire usto announce that they are now rcadyto uptoJatetwomoreStoufferMosoly For Scat A nice dwelling house on Lancaster withyardgardencall ou or address GEO D SIMMONS ICjau tf Itichmond Ky AzbhIIS Sale IheAzbillspirited and good prices realize Bug gies and carriages brought from 50 to 125 horses 5 to 125 hariiess5 corrsPolidInlly talheryEGGSiThurman always pays the highest cashmarket price for eggs hides and nextdoort2otebtf Washlngton Birthday Celebration The Childrens Mission Band of the Christian Church wilt give a unique and interesting entertainment in the lecture room of the Christian Church on the afternoon of the 22nd at 330 oclock The prolrram will consist of songs recitations drills and ahatchet party Let every one attendand find out what this is It cannot fail to afford you pleasure The small admission fee of 10 cents will be asked Covlnglon Banks Messrs Covington Banksagain de sire to call the attention of the public to the large stock of goods they have on hand and the low prices at which tHey are offering them for sale They ban dIe all the novelties and fads in their linn and anyone wishing to be dressed strictlr uptodate should pay them a call They have received an elegant line of spring styles which they cordially invite you to call andexamine They also make a specialty of suits made to order which they can supply in correct patterns and styles from 1250 to 15 Remember this before you buy Estray Calf A small red calf came to mv place near mouth Howards Creek Nov 24 and has since been cared for by under signed Calf will weigh about 300 pounds Owner can have same by calling and paying charges- J A BHUMBAOK 13Jan2t Doylesvilie Ky Close Call Robert Gough agsd 25 a stepson of Mr B Jouett the wellknown grocer while on a prolonged debauch took a dose of morphine that came near prov ing fatal It is said by Coughs relatives that he had no idea of taking his life and that the taking of the morphine was only one of the accidental and unexplainable things a drunken man will do However prior to its consumption Uough is said by his companions to have made the statement that Vie was going to kill himself and even went so far as tfi tell several friends good bye At any rate the dose did not prove fatal and heisnpld ly getting over the effects WilIging gives you better workmanship andmaterials prices much lower then avoid allvexatious delays when you have him do your painting and papering Council Proceedings The City Council meet in regular SeE sion February 8 with the Mayor and all Council present Minutes of the January meeting were read and adopted as was the report of the finance committee Ou complaint of the Chief of Police several saloon men were summoned to answer to the Council for selling on Sunday H B Hogg appeared for the saloouist and promised that the Sun day closing law would bo strictly ad hered to in the future and asked that no further action be taken which re request was granted W L Simmons reported that J C Morgan and J J Brooks refused to PlY taxes on lots owned by them in the Dillingham addition claiming too high assessment lie was instructed to list the lots at 75 each and collpct taxes on same Mr J W Rock asked permission to operate a brokerage office in this city The petition was referred to City Attorney Jackson fur investigation A petition from residents of Univer sity ward asking that the Bogga road be macadamized from Big lull pike to city limits was referred to street com mittee Mr Farrisb reported that residents of different sections of the city complain of dark streets and on his mo tion the W L Committee was Instructed to investigate complaints and place lights where needed- J Gibson was allowed 750 to furnish an office in the woik house The committee to collect back taxes from the banks report an agreement to compromise with the Farmers National and Madison National on1le payment by them respectively oC 249349 and 1938 87 lor tho years of 1899 and moo Bond qf the Richmond Electric and Power Company for the Wthful execU- tion of contract was submitted and ex cepted as was the bntof Everett Berry salooiiist An ordinance was passed fixing a Ii- censo of O per year for the sale of buggies carriages etc upon the streets AlsoHn ordinance making the sale of live stock on the streets unlawful and fixing the license for operating stock pens aL5Q per year A resolution wail adopted thanking Congressmen instrumental in having Richmond named as a place of holding court in this federal district It was also resolved That lion Jas M Den ton Collector of Internal Revenue be requested to move tho office of collector to Richmond and Into the public build ing and that the Mayor nn4 Council on Behalf of the citizens of Richmond and Madison county extend to the sew Col kctor a cordial invitation to live In Richmond and Teeetabliah the col lectors office in the 1u1ding provided for Jtby law and at pslic exposes but which now empty Thero being no further fiwuieM the meeting w w adjourned At a called meeting Moiiijr ft ihl irkw relli MaJ W open L iI I i 1 urr ijT FL WBR 1IIAND i mD lm ord rafor flovreii uhonld be en I floristsOtkuon JI Taste and Abilityt J ataninxlaunquetitioned r J1 34BELL The Florist ILEXINGTON KY tw HENRY L PERRY AgW c Bells Flowers go Everywhere rWoodson Masters Sale The snIof the reaL and persona property of Woodson Masters deceased at his late residence near Valley View last Friday was one of the most largeh attended ever held in this county and everything offered sold reinarknbl well Milch cows brought 40 to60j mule colts 35 to 50 mules twoyear old andover i5 to Sl Oi horses 35 to 102 the highest price being paid for Constantine Jr a standard bred sad die stallion oats 2 per hundred bun dies corn 210 to 2 30 per bblinthi crib A bunch of young steers brough 20 to 43O per head Household am kitchen furniture soldwell Col B B Million officiated as auc tioneer Refreshment in the shape of the time honored Burgoo was freely dIs- pensed to the crowd in attendance Frank Daniels Coming to Lexington Weare advised by Manager Scott of the Lexington Opera House that on March C Frank Daniels the famous comic opera star will be in the Blue- Grass capitol and if as many as twenty five JRichmondites desire to attend the arrangementsforaspecial after the conclusion of the opera Mr Daniels is an artists of high repute and willamply repay anyone for attending his performance Let us hope that proper interest will be taken and that no one who can will fail to attend and spend an evening of unalloyedenjoy uncut Mr Daniels will be seen in his far famed Ameor and will bo supported by a large and able troupe A great rush will be made for seats and the advance sale is large Any Richmond parties wishing seats can obtain same by communicating with the CLIMAX 7 Dr Willetts Bible Lectures Allover the world more attention is now being given to Bible study than at any previous time in the history of the world Abreast with this tendency of the times the united Christian forces of our community have arranged tor a course of Bible lecturesto be given in our midst from March 10th to 15th by Dr Herbert L Willett of The Univer sity of Chicago Under the direction of the University Extension Division Dr Willett gives semi months of tile year to this kind of work He is very much in demand in the large cities allover the country The time he has al lotted to the work this year from Jan uary 1 to April 1 is solidly taken up and we are very fortunate to be able to secure him Dr Willett brings a freshness and vigor and reverent devoutness to the discussion of Bible themes that is at ouce intellectually stimulating and spiritually uplifting The Central Presbyterian Richmond Va in speaking of his lectures at the IrWillettpower and a most accomplished and graceful speaker His presentation of bibical themes scholarly and analytic and at the same time strikingly rever ential and conservative in tone and treatment The general subject of the course of six lectures is The Beginnings of Cnris tianity The subject for each evening the hour and the place will be announced later The expenses of this course of lectures wilt be met by subscriptions of for the course It is hoped to have them so largely attended that such a low price Will be possible Doubtless out people will give Dr Willett the large audiences and the good hearing tc which he is accustomed CommitteeI have been appointed jn all the churchee to canvass the several congregation and solicit subscriptions Should anyone reading this notice not be called upon by a member of the committee and want to contribute to the expense and hear the ectures let him seek oul a pastor or a Sunday School Superin tendept or teacher who will gladly takE his name and one dollar Press clippings referring to Dr Willetts work in other cities will be found elsewhere in these columns PAINT LICK MIs3Minnlo Woods of Stanford is visitiu her brother Mr Ernest Woods Rev C S Young of Florida is preaching for the New Hope congrega thou We are liavingreal spring weather rhe farmers are busy breaking up old mother earth 1 thaico manufacturers will do a fine slncssthisiyeari no ice put up in our vicinity The sick in our community are all improving No one has escaped the mBaslesor grip Mias Mattie Thompson of Lancaster visited her sister Mrs R L Jennings at the hotel laat week Mr M L Noe has bought the farm of Alex Ross This Is the third farm he has bought since he came from the mountains MrWiliFisb is building an addition to his store Dr Casenbury will occupy it for an office Mr Fish lisa the spirit of improvement Ho has the nicest store in our town The Paint Lick congregation have no preacher now but are thinking of call irg Rev Sanford Logan of Middles boro who preached for them two weeki ago and all were pleased with him Several of our young people went to Lancaster Saturday night to see Faust Among the number was Misses Fannie Parkes Annie Francis Mr J V Logan James thicker Joe M Corinack Salem A Wallace and Dr Ed 1oratz They were joined at Point Ieavell by Ubses Elveree and Jennie Wallace and Florence Burnside Rev MY Shepherd of the Louisville is preaching for the Mt Tabor congregation He Isa flm preacher He wants to livelri ourcom ninniiy when he gets through at tin Seminary We hope the cuujcrrgalloi will buy a psrsOMae and settle him SltCb a piat an tvautalte ti lbcoIBtnlolititt We need more tc1 I tir 1E rrm ClOTHING = 1 DADGAIN I farrfii land from end to end for bargains in every cWe buy in large quantities and have the plank down for every purchase lineI esse ie ec LOOK riir Ihi I III1I 111LsJ-La rWe will take your measure andrQD Il Allwool Suits for the low prices of MAKE TOIL ORDER 1250 1500 1Fit and satisfaction guaranteed A large line to j select from J In READYMADE GOODS we offer even greater bargains Our 8 AND 10 pi lines of New Allwool Spring Suits are the best values that money can command They are cut and trimmed by the best cut fig ters and made by the most skilled tailors in America and they look better fit better and i wear better than much of the socalled made R 7toorder stuff at double the price thing guaranteed as represented and EveryI here to backup our guarantee 1Covingtoii Bonks IClothing Mens Furnishings and Shoes X r Jim Pugh Suicides Rendered despondent and desperate by his inability to end a protracted debauch in a natural manner James H Pugh of Pittsburg Laurel county Ky committed suicide at the Emery Hotel some time Monday by swallowing laudanum Pugh arrived in the city on February 8 and registered at the Emery as from London Ky which is but a few miles from Pittsburg He began to drink heavily after his arrival and kept this up until Sunday nurhtThe last time he was seen was on Monday afternoon It was thought that he was sleeping off the effects of the spree and no particular attention was paid to the room he occupied He failed to show up in the lobby yesterday morning and in tho afternoon at 2 oclock a cham bermaid asinstructed tonwahen him As she received no reply to her repeated kuockings she told Manager Tyson that it was her belielf that Mr Pugh was sick Mr Tyson made an effott to open the doorbut found It locked from the inside and the key in the hole John OBrien a porter then crawled through the transom andopened the doorPugh was lying on the bed dead His face turning black and it was this condition which indicated that he had been dead for some hours On a small table were found three bottles which had contained laudanum Beside the Bottles was a note which read This is the cause The room was in great disorder Halfsmoked cigarettes were scattered over the floor Two empty whisky bottles were under the bed and one under the pillow A note was Tcund which reads as follows Mrs JII Pugh Pittsbnrg Laurel county lCyMy Darling Wife Be as good and true to the little ones as mylastlittle Crocketts and Jennies it would not be so hard but when you look in mine it will be cold Life is unhappy rather than cause you and father continual worry I will endit A tear ottie be happy and meet me above youhinkPlace my body next to my mothers Tell Lettie G Pugh I forgave her Console father for I love him so much Lottie Jennie father and and Lettie goodby JIM On another slip of paper was written the following sentence Young boys jaware of tho first drink and the instructions Notify W A Puch and Lottie D Pugh Pittsburg yApa- thetic feature of the suicide was the finding of three small gold lockets and chains apair of baby shoes and a pair of babys white gloves which articles he bad evidently purchased for his loved ones In his pockets ere found 85 cents a gold watch and chain a diamond ring and cards He was a Past Chancellor Knights of Pythias and a member of the Order of Red Men Ills fattier Mr W A Pugh is man ager of a large coal company at Pills burg Ky and is a Virginfan The deceased was about 30 years old The remains were taken to the morgue and Manager Tyson of the hotel noti fled the dead mans relatives His father wired that he would be hero this morning Cincinnati Enquirer 13th This notice will bring sorrow to the many Richmond friends of Mr Pugh We knew him Ma bright cherry school boy who had a smile and A pleasant word for every one It is hard forue to realize that he is gone forever from oar hen Ilk widow and children have I the entire sy pathy of tha community among whom the hwMbO1and atheir was 1ovid M wiPMKC be to hii I NenesfiDzen If your teeth are aching andcausing great pain go to Dr Hobson he has a NEW PROCESS to freeze the nerve and take the nerve out and you wont feel it This is something new and one of the best methods ever used in America It was discovered by Prof Kock of Germany The Best Alloy Fills 75c Solid Gold Teeth550 The Best Set of Teeth in the World 750 All work of the highest quality DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tle Hobson Building next door to Government Building RicMbnd Ky Reference Richmond National Bank x For Rent A blacksmith shop on First street near Water For further particulars apply to OWES McKue- 26dectf About Our Public Building The following dispatch from Wash baton will be of interest to our readers Representative Gilbert of Kentucky has introduced a bill In the House making an appropriation of 20 furnlshingoftheKy He also appeared before the House Committee on Public Buildings bodythenecesaitybuildinir When the matter of select sitInone of the prime arguments in favor of Richmond was that it already had a public building just for tho pose Now it seems that thiebuihding- was not all that was claimed for it and that a large sum of money will bo required to complete it I This article speaks somewhat dispar agingly of our building The only un flnUbed portion of it to our knowledge is the Federal Court room which of necessity must now be fitted for the holding of the now court By right we should have the revenue department transferred hero too for it fs an everlasting shame that the Washington bureau should be so partisan as to allow the locationof the office to be subject to the whim and caprice of the Collector The building here was erected specifically for the purpose of holding the revenue force of the Eighth Dis trict of Kentucky It was moved to Danville to accommodate Collector Yerkes and since his promotion is be ing retained TrTere in order that the departments deposits may reward the services Df Mr Welch who is cashier of a bank there Richmonds citizens regardless of politics shoniu take hold of this matter nod do everything IB their power to have the office moved back to our city We urge our people to tkmkbo4tttbematter ud tab 4IyMepd1M regard tojt 0 J GOODBYE SALETO ALL THE INTIL nu AT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE n 1 he story in a nutshellInst sd 8f having a closing out sale in February we put February prices on now when winter goods are selling when there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced ALL THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Pria At least 25000 worth of season ble merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling ewcrlytakeand he accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses In The Avalanche of Bargains overladen manufactur z L ers wholesalers warehouse men mills and factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Embroideries Carpets Trunks etc without or precedent We invite you cordially to take advantage of the low cut prices we are making on all hopingtoW D oLnllATn CONlP ANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATETIMHER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO yOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Address J M N- Lock Rox 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly Natural productwhile not as white as patent flour is better for health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf A Bij INE Pr RTijNITY This May be Your Fortune Everybody has not only read adver tisements but answered them and bought articles which were sent by mail or express but there are few of our readers who suppose it possible tor them to go into the Mail Order Busi ness advertise in the newspapers and have people send them and moneyIt so simpleand easy and practical for everybody flint we would urco our readers to try this way of making moneyANY MAN OR WOMAN Youngor old can maketnoney this way It is very fascinating to sit in your cosy room at home andreceive large mail coittainiiic very profitable orders and stamps A small mail trade will from S500 to 2000 a year clear of alfexpense Anyone tries making money this way will never do anything else A small start can be made atatniulinir cost and the business developed from the profiitsDOES THE BUSINESS PAY A Pittsburfr lady who was a dress yearI man is now tho wonder of his city does a business of 100000 a A widow is ratsincn family out of the proaeeds of mall order business in Kentucky had a face bleach has now it nice business that pays 5000 a year A firm doing a business of 25000 a year all by mail commenced with n small investment that anyone could raiseWhy should you be poor and strug gling or work for some one olse you can be your own boss have your own business make your own money and have a chance for a fortune and the respect and admiration of every body Where von live is the best place to start Your own home is your best office DO TillS AT ONCE It is your chance Dont delay antI put it off Sit down at onre and write to The F II Alden Co Globe Build hog Cincinnati Ohio They make a business of starting people in thin Moll Order Trade They furnish everything give entirely tree a small start write the advertisementstell you the secrets of the business and help anyone to gd Into business for themselves This firm is very recommended and will send you letters from people they have started and who have money and succeeded in life YOU will make no roislpke in ilealing with them and vow will M rmtefal for the chance thtlyoftM Wwfe fci thtn anti see If thl Mltll rCBnew ioat suit ItIitiTtM- btimls t kwl4 t2 Me fJJlrip 1 PainOr discomfort no irritation or he In testines but gentle prompt thorough healthful cleansing when you take Hoodls Pullshgold by all druggists 23 cents Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stoutfers 19dectf StoutTer sells more hats and caps than all of them See his styles and prices 19dectf Cheap Sates to Now York Via The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Reduced yates of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan has been arranged from Lexington to New York on account of the spring meeting of the New York Merchants Association and tickets will be sold going on Fob runry 13 to 17 and March to 4 and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this basis the round trip rate from Lexington is 2400 and tickets will bo good to stop over in Washington Baltimore and Phila delphiaTho and O Routo is the only line from Central Kentucky with double daily through sleepers and dining cars If you are not registered with the New York Association send in your name at once Information cheerfully given on receipt of advice GEO W BARNEY Div Pass Agt Lexington Ky 30jan51SilhicueA 1 woman can never keep a secret CynicusNonsense How abouthierageViiat it profit a woman if she gain the whole world of knowledge and lose her own health Young WOIII en students and school teachers eager ambitious and full of energy very often neglect their health in the struggle to gain education They cat insullicient food and at irregular hours womaiilyfunctions suit is that they become chronic in valids with all thir education practic ally worthless Ihere is a plain road back to health for such as these marked by the feet of thousands It is the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery for diseajes of the stomach and digestive and nutritive organsT and Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription for diseases of the delicate organs of womanhood A cure so certainly follows the use of these remedies that out of hundreds of thousands who have tried everyhundredpermanently cured Constipation consequenceawliiciis be entirely cured bv the use of Dr PIerces Pleasant Pellets i SlieYou are the last Ulan m the world 1 would marry IieI hopeso SkoiM Mate laeVala Certainly he should He shouldhave ambition to look well and feel good Dr CaldweUaSyrup Pet8inaiJa dnre head keeps the bow ls regular and makes snail feel1- ttpecewith bbs whol world Try jt 1ku ireb1 New Merchandise bright and fresh bought for cash from peer service G A Robersof Lintuor Ill suf fered four yours witha wad in his stomach and could not eat He lost 05 pounds Two bottles of Dr Caldwolls Syrup Pepsin restored his appetite cured his stomach trouble and today is well and hearty and says he owes SyrupPepsinThe chance to forgive is one not lightly to be thrown away Children never cry very loud for it SyrupPepsinlEidicule will do more to cool a gusher thnn oceans of protest A Warnlnq thingtolot say the latter is lazinessit systemIlIcksneeds the tonic effect of Hoods Sarsa pail hats a warning tooand sufferers onceUuyHillicus Do you believe that some men wore horn to command Cynicus Yesjbnt some of them got married lie in Stjlr Dont laugh at fashion Dont discourage ambition progressTry Look on the bright side Strive to be happy Enjoy life Keep healthy which you can do by using Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin according to directions It is an absolute cure for con stipatlon indigestion stomach trou bios and sick headache Druggists ISfebim The follow who declares a certain woman might have made a mat of him errs Such beings are too soft to mould correctly Beautyisbydiseaseskirt will show it Sallow or muddy complexions pimples blotches eruptions are only the surface sins of impure blood Face washes lotions complexion powders may palliate the evils but they cannot cure time disease The only cure is to cleanso the blood ot the poisonous matter which is the cU 1se of the outbreak in the flesh and skin Imnure blood can be absolutely PiercesGilldenon flesh and skin is marked Sores heal and disappear The skin becomes smooth regains its naturalcolor The eyes brighten and sparkle the whole body is radiant with the bright Goldendicalwhisky or other intoxicant and is ab solutely free from opium cocane and other narcotics use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assists the action of systoDJThe very people who want tqbo at the tqp of the heal are the ones who wont take an upperblrth in a sleeping car TO OTO1 J COLD IN OWB DAY TiiVe IaxatlvijiRromo Qninlna Tablets All druggists refund this money Hit slxntareW II tiieuoialismtjalarrhi are Blood Disease Cured Free It is the deepseated obstinate cns5 of catarrh or rheumatism that It B B Botanic mood balm cures If doctors spra liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed Ii R Bdrnins out the specific poison in the blood that causes rheumatism or catarrh making a perfect cure It you have pains or aches in bones joints or hack swolleli glands tainted breath noises in tin hem discharges of mucuotisulcoration easilytiredstop every sympton by maklnf tIm blood pure ansi rich SI Trial treatment free by addressing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical ad vice given 2 Ministers marry people at union rates Dont think loss of your system than you do of your house live it thorough cleansing too Take Hoods Sarsaparilla It Even a pqiiure man can be cornered 7f4 jThis signature is on every box of tho genuine 1 Laxative BroinoQuinine Tawcta the remedy that cures a cold In ono lny fDe Tanque I tell you fruit in the morning is a great thing OSoaqne r Thats right I always tnke cherries in my cocktails To be Prepared For war is the surest way for this nation to maintain peace That is the opinion of time wisest statesmen It is equally true that to be prepared for spring is the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season This Is a lesson multitudes are loarninpnnl at this time when the blood is sure to be unloaded with impurities and to be weak anti elnzgish this millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood expels all disease germs creates a good appetite gives strength and energy null puts the whole system in a healthy condition preventing I nxu dangerotmadlinaaee weakened system jSfeb 1m He should die young who says ho has neither erred strayed or been deceived Tetter SatKhcum and Eczema IncidentandSkin Jtisnlppleechappedand chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box cnrajustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but topatahorsecents per packagBJ Chaff chaffing chaffing dishes and chappies aro alt tremendously smart ii17 conjunction with chaperones iMeyc ts JtCr4Laxative Brom Qtinlie ialfrf j Hrea cold In oai day Ivo eJiej su 1Prl0eKi tets r Pa rQniz lle In ur uco i vropertytnPAN ot Lexlnjton Ky a home lusUtutionGives protection aLInst FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADOI No asic mert calls on members when lojes leechargedthepeopetoonhaIf4For further particular can on L P couholiBemayMly wnLSEND 3 FREE t OrnnAJIIlrlIran r kee pecialietF Will Send 303 Worth of Their New Special Treatment Fit KB to Each four Headers f V HEN experienced phy awayf31OOO RheumatInianJIlIestheir treatments for chronic dloeases And letlfyworthy of herlon coniderat Ion As all afllicted readers nay have 303 worth of treatment especially prepared for their caeFREE with full directions we will advise them to write for it at once Address the Oar ermotomestrictly confidential Plain envelopes use containingnocTorsdecl9ly Wis n H NDPCCESTORES VITALITY Made a Well Fan- S of Me restAanJlossessanity and Consumption Voanc Men regain Man Itgivesinthevestpockctmalllo plain pack1JtJ U I Oage with written Euaraatcc DR JEAN OHARRA rails For sale by Stockton Hagan Druggists Big Four Route Magnificent Vestibuled Trains with equal Din ing Car Service to Buffalo The PanAmerican Expo sition Route 4 trains a day ChicagoLake Entrance St Louis Via Merchants Bridge no tunnel BostonOnly through Sleeping Car Line New York Only Depot in the city Fast Schedules Fine Equipment Smooth Tracks WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Owl Pass Tt Alt A O P T Agt J O AgtCINCINSNEI PATENTS ANII fRYEMAIIKI ADVICE AS 70 Notice in PATENTABilITYFREEBook Uow to JJha securedLettersE SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington l C KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artlllclallydlgests the food and aids aturc In strengthening and recon structing digestive organs It thelatestdiscovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly rellevesand permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache Gastralgia Cramps and allotherrcsultsoflmperfcctdlgcstionPrIcoSOc small size Boolt nil aboutdyspepsiatnallcdttco Prepared by E C DcWITT AGO Cijlcas For tale by Perry i Tbo- niasIktjIju E lJt Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produce w Business Will pay more for Poultry Eggs etc thau any house in Richmond It will cer tainly prove profitable to you to get my prices be fore disposingof anything in this line A L GOTT Near L N Depot RICHMONDKY octlOtf NEWS AND OPINIONS+ +++ + 4 OF National Importance ALONE eOtat5 BOk5 i Daily by mail 6 tA + tDaily and Sunday 8 1 tThe Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the WorIdz Price 5 cents a copy By mail S2 a year ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK SOLD BY B L M1DDELTON STOCKTON HAGAN mu C LET us if Ft6UREWill YOU + ON YOUR WANT IN THE DISC HARROWttS This is Our On Wheels llSUperlortt++ + ++ + + + + 4 C W = = C = =PLOWOLOGY Or the Science of Disc Mechanics t r I r If Woud rOW he flow principle to lie thousands of years Ion It itt tI ly ilht dll j teat advancement has been in1iVI IfI i iii Ti rronl of exneriwents hv thn i iKr H4 IIw I 0 11 Idili tin brst itt Walking 11011 J url we inttt lug sid we ask you to lIeethill HIM otifii ii ilin uicrkct We hv a lull line of Plow Gear c 1iow Jlr paiib nml Punning Implements at LOW PRICES 11 nOUGLAS SIMMONS r HARDWARE STOVES mchlly FIRMING IMPLEMENTS i 1 l 1 11r l f LAND STOCK AND CROP The farmers are selling their lambs for summer de liveryat 5t cents Bourbon News M L Gritton of the Du gansville community recently bought of B F Sanders Coextra good stock ewes at 625 a headHarrodsburgD- emocrat At the great dispersal sale of Marcus Dalys thorough breds in New York eighty nine head brought 403000an average of 4530 a head The total number sold were 142 head reaching the large sum of 560300 Thomas S McKinney has rented and will move to the Locknane place across the river J WDawson bought about 50 or 60 hogs from va rious persons in theneighbor hood at 4Spoutsprings TimesC Brent Bros have boughtnear lOOOaeresof hemp this seas n paying from 450 to 550 L C Ray of Mis souri bought the past week from J W Young of North Middleton two yearling jacks at 500 and two Shorthorn heifers and two weanlingcolts at S300Paris Kentuckian C Vanoy has 11 ewes with 18 lambs J C Hays bought of various parties 55 shoats at 4c A R Matheny sold to Mr a bunch of Iewessold to Moutie Fox a pair of 16 hand mules for S250 James 1 Hamilton of Lancaster bought six horses here yesterday at 10 to 100In terior Journal COURT DAY SALESFox S Logan bought 4 mules at 8750 M Fox bought mules at about same J 1 Hamilton bought several horses at 10 and up R Cobb bought 10 yearlings at 4t GeoToombs UboughtS260 Dave Allen sold 13 yearlings at 2250 and a lot of 2 yearolds at S26 J M Mc Roberts sold some yearlings at 1750 and calves at S13 Cattle generally went at 4 to 4J and some 75 to 100 were soldLincoln Democrat There were 98 cattle at Stanford Monday about 80 of which sold says the Interior Journal The highest price realized was 4Ac which was for some extra good yearlings D C Allen sold 13 yearlings at 2250 and some two year olds at S26 J D Whitehouse sold R Cobb 10 yearlings at 4ic Watt Brown sold Fox S Logan a pair of mules for 185 a pair to George Tombs for 260 and a mare for 7r A number of mules changed hands at75 to135 and horses at4Oto S250 J A Ramsey auctioneer reports the sale of Joe Jones near Pilot View as wen attended One heifer 850 Ibs brought 31 heifer 800 Ibs 30steer calf14brood mare 89 corn in crib S2 per bar rel hens6ic per lb roosters 3c per lb ducks Gc per Ib Mr Jones will move to Lexington in a short timeand will probably engage in mercantile Demo businessWincliestercrat Col Hamilton of Mt Sterling said to the Lexington Leader We are feeding 600 cattle in our barns for the comingseason Export cattle are nowworth 5 tooic apound 111onequivalent to 6 to Gic in Chi cago or New York The low price of tobacco is converting the tobacco barns into cattle consumption Is a disease of civilization When the Indian was a stranger to the white man he had no name in his vocabulary for maladyWithout to the curability IQf consumption it may be post that Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures weak lungs hemor rhages bronchitis deepseatedand stubborn coughand other diseases which if neglected or unskillfully treated fipd a fatal termination in consumption no alcohol in then Discovery freefromand an other nar cotics snfferil3kfrom ease are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free Al- lcorrespondence is conducted under Ute seal sacred lJe 3 1 secrecy Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y- In a little over thirty years Dr Pierce nenrlya6Ccured thousands of men and women who had been given up as incurable by local physicians cvtttakenwntestity Kalkaska en oUch Last spring I 114d beInbedthedoctorbthought bottletheof Its returning Doctor Ptreeg Pfeaiaat ls MIMHUtiptisU L 1t J barns which is more profitable does not injure the lands but improves them and this sheltering of cattle makes them good and fatten faster Export trade IS increasing very fast and there is no limit to the demand S H Boles Jr of Page ville shipped a car load of fat hogs from this place Friday for which he received 425 to 1450 per hundred Smith ell Gradyville last week sold Bridgewater Co 12 TheyalsoIl The hog is the mortgage lift er the sheep the farm fertili zer the cow- the barn builder and the hen the grocery bill payer This quartet with a man and a woman not afraid of the workin caring for them will insure prosperity on any fmmGlasgow Times A writer in the American Agriculturist says I wish farmers knew the value and Worth of corn fodder for the horse I have proved from experience that three tons of good corn fodder are worth as much as two tons of the best timothy hay driving and team horses Give the same quantity of grain This willmake the sixteenth consecutive win ter that I have this forage commencing November 1 and fed to April 1 I get the brightest and greenest fodder can find after husking Cut and stack into large stacks not small one Then at husking time you will find the fodder bright and green Com mence to feed your horses with this fodder and without any hay and tley will come out in thespringfat andsleek You can feed your workhorses eight quarts of grain with all the good corn fodder they wish A powerful engine cannot be run aPthehUI11RIltile stomach cannot digest enough food to keep the body strong such a prepar shouldbegool1lcrrThere is absolutely no need for an extra session but now thatit is evident that the ship subsidy infamy cannot be forced through it seems prac tically certain that there will be oneto attend to Cuban and Philippine legislation of course iticreaseddeath crouppneutnoniause of Ono Minute Cough Cure in all of harmlessbnlljj Children like it Perry Thomas General Chaffee put in his thumb and pulled out a good sized plum Was he reward ed for calling Waldersee down and making the Kaiser oh so angry There is always danger in using HazelSlhe800thlin1anddiseases Perry Thomas It wont be long now before we see the two billion Con gress if the Republicans re main in power withDeWItts famoutlittleicr Thomas THE SUICIDE Styles of Destruction Adopted by Desperate People New York Mall and Express The remarkable methods several suicides have adopted in this city recently call at- tentIOn to the fact that methods of self destruction are largely matters ofsugges tion said a doctor When a man gets in that condition where he wants to die he has little inventive ability and adops the method that has been brought to his mind iYou will notice that after one person kills himself with acid there follows a long list of aid suicides It is the same with any unusal method One person gets up an original way and that inspires the next one to try his hand until wehave a whole series of such grewsome novelties- I have proved this theory Several years ago I was dis cussing the feature of suicide with several friends includ ing the coroner They ridi culed my theory I offered to prove it It happened that shooting and hanging were popular just then T wrote an article for a newspaper on the horrors of strangulation and pistol wounds and explained the ease with which one could kill himself with prussic acid Death fsom prussic acid you know is absolutelyinstan iwwoUB and Any believe 1 cMeSJ famou- sRosteCoff t ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY LThelow pricelat which Arbuckles famous roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other firm in the world can buy coffee to so goodadvantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleanedroasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price you also get with each package a definite part in some usefularticle Full information with each package II Save the signatures painless There had not been suicide with this acid for more than a year but within a week after the article was published therewere fourand one of the unfortunates had clippings of my article in his pocket Of course I was accused of killing these four by suggestion but I was never arrested and do not feel guilty for when once a person has decided to kill himself the method is a slight matter No person in his right mind will commit suicide We all know in our sane moments of easy ways to end life but when in the suicidal frame of mind nature seems to rob us ofour reason in this direction as if in a desperate hope of preventing the sacrifice A LETTER FROM BEREA Editor of The Climax The writer of this respect fully asks a small share of space in your columns for which he assumes the responsibility for all that is said over his own name Much has been said truth fully or otherwise of the pro ceedings of Mrs Carrie Na tion against the places where liquor is sold in Kansas towns presumably contray to law It is doubtless true that her methods cannot be sustained in the courts and it is also extremely doubtful if those whose property has been de stoye d will be in a hurry to prosecute her if they are guilty as charged of selling liquor in defiance of the law Our entire people of this republic have just witnessed for the past year an open dis regard of an act of Congress prohibiting the sale of liquor known as the Canteen Law It was at the instance of the people led by Mrs Nation and her coworkers the wom en belonging to the WGTU I that led the enactment of said law and it was at their in stance thatit was made necessary to reenact what there should have been no question about Viz The AntiCan teen Law It is rio wonder that men in Kansas will sell liquor contrary to the laws with impu nity so far when men fill ing the highest positions known to our republic have permitted thesame thing to be done in disregard of the act of Congress referred to There has been a deal more said of Mrs Nations law lessnessthan all the mischiev ous lawlessness perpetrated by the Kansas liquor sellers and I have put their crime in the mildest terms possible Mrs Nation does not hope by her own efforts to breakI up the awful traffic but sne will in a rJi6h greater mea urs sUiC iitahig tl atJ c a u tention of the good people of Kansas and the world in this way to the shameful disregard of law and decency than any other courseshe might choose to take The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle has this to say in editorial January 28 Every saloonkeeper in Kansas is a lawbreaker and every saloon is in the nature of a nuisance Further on he says Whatever else may be thought and said of Mrs Nation she is unquestionably serving a good purpose as a stirer up of dry bones The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle is no prohibition paper either The stiringof dry bones is just what she Started out to do and she is succeeding at a wonderful rate I will quote once more from the Springfield Republican and trespass no more onyour columns kind ly opened to us or your read ers who care to read it It saysMrs Nation now comes up the scene She is evident ly a robust woman of simple character with an unerring instinct for the moral law This woman starts in to smash saloons because the authorities permit them to flourish in violation of the Constitution of Kansas And she seems to bewell within her prevogative For the saloons or joints have no legal standing and can claim no protection in the courts of Kansas If the principle of prohibition is a good thing and deserves to he maintained in the fundamental laws of Kansas it js difficulty to con demn MrsNation for her pro ceedings of violence against lawless dens of bibulous resort Now Mr Editor II have quoted from two papers ill no way tainted with party prohibition but whose editors do have some regard for law and decency and are not afraid to say so And the people wonder where this thing will grow Every true loyal child of God is now standing by the principle that inspires Mrs Nation and will continue to do so even if they do demur to her methods J W VANWINKLE Berea Ky Lord Kitchiner is certainly a genius He reports that one of his posts has been captured by 1000 Boers who charged nightThonyet received no details of the capture We hope the Weather Bu reau man studied the methods of the ground hog attentively on Saturday 2t The former certainly needs any aid ho- wevr irOil that he OMU g4ijbMI- wyii There is a curious parallel between Queens Victoria and Wilhelmina Each made a love match with a German prince and each was almost the sole representative of a moribund dynasty Victoria saw her country increase to an extent undreamed of when she came to the throne Will Wil helmina do the same- i It is possible that the Sen ate may refuse to confirm Gen MacArthur as a result of his arbitrary action in ex iling an editor who presumed to criticise the harbor regulations of Manila The article has now reached Washington and has proved to be absolute ly innocent and very moderate in tone Do you know that the Unit ed States is spending more money in preparation for war and mending the damages done by war than any coun tryinthe worldnot excepting Germany England and other great powers It is a fact No gentle reader we can not tell you just what the po sition of the subsidy bill is today We have lost our schedule and cannot tell whether it is now being made unfinished business or is being laid side As usual when the negro invades a fresh field trouble has resulted from his entry into Hawaii The South is the only country where the negro is given a fair chance to earn his living Nell Maude has a great deal of lasts in dress BelleYes and she wears such lovely complexions Every 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