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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 z LE- n rr THE RICHMOND E MAX= OLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1902 NUMBER S3 K tOFESSONAL CARDS T tORG RY tf1ZR ATJO BYTLJw Tt7 J- Tne nILlnlOND the Bura m Building nxt door to u ors Natlona11lank feb3ly S JVJ ATTOrKCYATLA- WFrtMOXD KENTUCKY nr nvr State Rank Trust Co ope r s rart House on Main 3tre- etLonNThri V D ATTORNEYS AT LAW NI KRNTUCKY p on Second street over Chen lery W R LETCHERAltorneyatLaw KENTUCKY r Ni t r ifI p over Tnylor Iros Store J CKSON ROBERTS I TTOTff BV3 AND- nNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY tj over Tbrafl Qiocery Company tr3IOA113I DUS GIBSON GIBSON i l 7 TJ AW AND SURGKOXS p KIT CKY r JiM Idmff tS and o Sec fct JVnu oU drittttiote j HOOKER TrRIXAY SURGEON n fritario Veterinary CoUrge TV Dntbtry awl Sterility Specialty tf t my rtaWe on corner First and MrectK Richmond Ky epr7Iy i U i JASPERMD Medicine and Surgery t v rather Ilnildinc Main Street lc e tt retideme the Carr place on Broadway icsn KENTUCKY VANS M D lYSlCIAJf AND SURGBOH- W KENTUCKY 1L StiR 3n tr Xttt Lt qtOoSO DRITST- op L0ULaVtLLZ Kv- Ire ix xt doortu Government Building vadKy Office boun9to 121 to 1 11 Harry M Blanton 3D DENTIST in Baeaet Building 1nv TRLEPIIOSE DIt LDISHotel Glyndcti haAIy January 15 1502 r Our floods AiO hH OIf p- c S irn1 you to trade with us hou you give us a trial 1ijj 11J3j 11 j1I3T B llies cannot be decehed liv eukhy phrases nor bombastic claims All v have to say is we buy 1 the best markets of x world select the la youItlytlio latest uptodate jr xds Is that what YOU want If so trade with Wnit AND Gioson THE BEST- PAPER PuMithed In the Unltcdstales for Deinocrati and for ALLLeaders s the TwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dallies and tbeJuperioroI W uuedMand get It for only 100 A YEAR NewsiIattersSamplecopiesortheia Write to COURIERJOURNAL C- OLoulsrllleK BY SPECIAL AnBAWBKMBNT YOU CAN GET TUB RICHMOND CLIMAX AND TilE Twice Week Cwmtomd Both One Year for Onlv 5150 j rrs+ + JEWELRY ++ te The Kentuckywill VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky andtt Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen- I also make a specialty of MEDALS Dl6huinHave you Seen ofI1rJtItime My Motto ANDIVictor Bogaeit 67 S kYIlfebly fIDnIflID j 1 1 rn1iV 1 Successor to J AxblllJ toy rt i nn Sib Stalilo IEVINB ST NEAR 1I3TIIODIST CUCHCII Will be glad to have allmy oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mchI7ly KENTUCKY v 6 i jg Beautiesj For All r IftJOur Floral Decorations arc beauties 7epoisess diand practice the neeeiwa I rJ KNOW HOW In ar riranhg iUci orer Ifrece our personal atJ tJJtdLEXINGTON KY 1 HEK8Y L PERRY A- tc Bens Flowers go Everywhere S We are now ready to show yon our immense stockoflatest designs in Wcli7il Pyper for Summer and Fall trad- eComprising many t pretty colorings in floraland stripes and out prices are Just Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITJtntf PHONE 75 rtrJ1fiIlJfM IS UIEA DELICATE MUSICAL SXSTRURBST In good conttiton she Is swest and lovable And sings lifes song on a joyful harmonious string Out of order or unstrung there Is discordance and unhapplness Just as there Is one key note t all music so there Is one keynote to health A woman might as well try to Iy without wings as to feet well and loot well while the organs that make her a woman are weak or diseased She must be healthy Inside or she cant be healthy outside There are thousands of women suffering silently allover ths country Mistaken modesty urges ther silence While there Is nothing more admirable than a rrfodsst woman health Is of the first Importance Every other con adera lon should give way before It Brad fields FelIt2Ic Regulator Is II mnedicinefOl 7omen s Ills Itis- theaaSetandqulck estway to curelsu corrhea falling of he womb nervousness headache backachs and gen eralweaknesYotlwill at the result es pectahlylfyotthavebeen Ing with other so called remedies We are net asking you to try an uncsr Bradilelds Rejjulatorhasmade happy tho women What It has done for others It can do for you SsJdln dug stores for a bollle A free lUnrtrated book wilt be tent to til Woo write to I MIRtD JHMMTORCO Adt Go J ARE INREBELLIO1JI Rebels Called to Arms Against President Castro of Venezuela by Gen Matos i HE WILL ASSUME THE COMM tm The Steamer LibiTtador Has Left Fort Do France With VolunteeiVfor Venezuela The Vessel Was Formerly the Bi1- nRlghShe Has Several Guns Ca Fable of Firing 300 Shots Per Minute Fort do Francc Island of Martin ique Jan 3TIm British steamer Ban nigh recently renamed the Liberia dor has left this port for the Vene zuelan coast She carries among her passengers Senor Matos who Is now referred to Gen Matos and ceveral generals and other Important person ages ot Venezuela who Joined Gen Matoa here expedltlonvolunteers and It is understood that she will embark a number of other volunteers while on her way to tho coast ot Venezuela Previous to his departure Gen Matos issued a maui festo calling on all his fellowcountry men to tako up arms Details of the conversion of the steamer Ban RIgh Into a war vessel show that her vital parts engines etc have been protected by thick plates of steel The work was done here at the works of the General TransAtlantic Go In addition tho steamers bridge has been protected by steel plates andher stern post and rudder have been similarly shielded The Ban Highs armament consists 300Iter rapidfire guns The officer In charge of the Ban Highs guns is a European The vessels crew is com posed of englishmen and natives of the Island of Martinique The reinforcements of tho 300 vol unteers now on board tho Ban Rlgh will reach tho war steamer in sloops and schooners which are to be met at various points If tho plans of the rev olutionists are carried out The departing volunteers appeared to be very determined men Previous to sailing they had learned of the decree issued by President Castro declaring tho Ban Righ to be a pirate and offer- Ing a reward of 10000 for her capture Dotbeolution will triumph The volunteers also cald that their landing on the coast of Venezuela was planned to coincide with a forward movement on the part of the Colom blan troops and the landing in Vene zuela of other revolutionists who had concentrated at the Islands of Trinidad and Curacao PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT There Was a Decrease of 8643192 During December Washington Jan 3Tho monthly statement of the public debt issued Thursday shows that at the close of business December 31 1001 the na tional debt less cash in the treasury amounted to 1011628286 a decrease for the month of 8C43192 The debt is recapitulated as follows Interest bearing deot 943279203 debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 1339790 debt bearing no interest 3S8C125G3 total 1333231 GC4 This amount however does not In elude 811468089 in certificates and and treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount of cash on hand which is held for their redemption ESCAPED PRISONER CAPTURED He Is Now Charged With the Murder of a FourYearOld Boy Guthrie Okla Jan 3Levi Reed who was among the prisoners that escaped from the federal jail here on July last was recaptured on Naw Years day and returned to jail Thurs day He was charged with horse steal ing before he escaped but h3 returns charged with murder having been Identified by Dr Beanblossom of Oklahoma City as one of the highway men who Uilkd the doctors fouryear old eon near Rush Springs last Au gust A Comparative Statement Washington Jan3A comparative statement of the receipts from the war revenue act of June 13 13PS IUd the war revenue reduction act of March 2 1901 shows that the former act pro duced between July 1 1900 nnu November 30 1900 46629308 The reve nue reduction act of the latter datI produced in the corresponding period in 1901 29429642 a decrease of 17 1990CG Have an Antipathy For Water Chicago Jan 3 According to bac toriologlBtn of tho American Society of Naturalists some kinds of germs have such an antipathy for water that they actually commit suicide toescape the fluid Chilian Internal Lean Santiago do Chili Jan3VlaGal- vpstonlt is reported here that the Chilian govornniert will issue an In terrai loan of 3000000 In 7 per cent bomj iSA Cure For Lumbago W C WiTiiamton of Amherst Va rays lijopinoro than nJvear I suf fered from ifllTtlego I finally tried Chamberlains Pain JJklm and it pave me chum relief which nil other rem edies hart failed to do Bold by Stock ton Hayan 1m Hardon Quail Last weaks intense cold weather probably frozo more quail than aU the hunters in the county combined killed during the season Every tithe al most It woaM seem that the fields Ret well itocked with these delicions birds there conies a Season of such extreme cold that they are nearly all frozen in the field Such was the case four years nso Willlam town Qotfrier DO YOU WAN- Ti sell your TCKALESTATE TIMBER b COAL STOCK OP GOODS1t DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange Hy kind of property Write me witlsl the nrticuiars as I ho able to Address JMVN BLock piJX41 Chwtestofi W Va ji12dec iy ej THE BIG SYNDICATE Affairs of the Everett Jloore Co Passed Into the Control of a Committee ARE TEMPORARILY EMBARRASSED They Own or Control a Number of Urban and Interurban Electric Roads and Telephone Lines Committee Express the Belief That the Consolidation Is Entirely Solvent and the Trouble Is Only- Cleveland Temporary 0 Jan 3Tho financial affairs of the Everc tMoore syndicate owning or controlling a number of urIban and interurban electric railways and a large system of local and long distance telephone lines in Ohio andiMichigan passed Into tho control of a committee composed of seven promi ThursdayThistho result of temporary financial embarrassment on the part of the syndi pnstbecnmoney market Tho committee chosen has been at work Investigating the affairs of the syndicate and express the firm be entirelysolventwill only be temporary The EverettMoore syndicate Is ac credited with controlling more than 1200 miles of urban and Interurban electric lines In Ohio and Michigan with many new extensions still in course of construction Among the telephone properties owned outright or controlled by the syndicate are the Cuyahoga Telephone 10ITelephone Co longdistance the Federal Telephone Co the Stark County 0 Telephone Co the Columbiana County 0 Telephone Co the Peoples Telephone Co of Detroit tho Wood County O Telephone Co and a number of others In which the Fed eral Telephone Co Is tho controlling factorAmong tho more important electric street railway properties In which the syndicate Is largest interested are the Cleveland Electric Railway Co the Detroit United Railway Co the Toledo Railway and Light Co the Northern Ohio Traction Co tho Cleveland Painesvllle Eastern Railway Co the Detroit Toledo Shore Lino Railroad Co and the Lake Shoro Electric Rail road Co All of these lines are declared by the committee to be with scarcely an exception In good physi cal condition perfectly solvent and In no wise embarrassed The aggregate capitalization of all tho various properties owned or controlled by the syndicate is said to be about 150000000 Expert accountants have been em ployed by the committee in charge to examine and report upon the condi tion of all the constituent companies The committee of bankers organized by electing H R Newcomb as c1ir- man and E C Tlllobson secretary SCARED DEPOSITORS A Run Made on the Dime Savings and rankIng Co Cleveland Cleveland 0 Jan 3As aresult of the announcement of the financial em syndicateSavings and Banking Co of which Messrs Everett and Moore arc direc tors late Thursday afternoon All demands were promptly met and Presi dent Watterson said the bank had ample funds on hand to pay all depositor who desired their money The institution is one of the city de positories When Its last report was issued In October the banks total resources were placed at 5762007 In cluding a surplus fund of 335000 IS NEARING THE END Medical Science Can Not Check Adm Sampsons Disease Washington Jan 3 Adm Samp sons malady progresses slowly but very steadily toward the end Medical science can not check it Symptoms of arterial degeneration have appeared such as are Incident to his malady injecting great uncertainty intp the case Moreover the patient is becom- Ing less tractable and responsive to treatment Senator Beveridges Sister Dead Peoria Jan 3Mrs Eva Brown wife of E W Brown a wellknown traveling man and sister of United States Senator Beveridge of Indiana died in this city Thursday Senator Beveridge was at the bedside when the end came Senator Bevcridgo left for home at noon Thursday but will return for the funeral which will be held Saturday Reception to Postmaster General Milwaukee Wis Jan 3Postmast er Generalelect Henry C Payne was given a reception at the Hotel Ffelster Thursday night by the Milwaukee Mer chants and Manufacturers associa tion A feature of the reception was the attendance of all the lettercarri ers employed in Milwaukee Assistant Statistican Washington Jan 3 Stephen D Fessenden of Mississippi has been appointed assistant statistical of tho department of agriculture The Trusts Census statistics on trails show that on May 81 1000 there Wore 183 combi nations with capitalizations of over 30000000000 The product of theso combinations in 1900 was equivalent to 20 per cent pf the total gross products of all tho manufacturing Industries of tho country in 1890 They controlled over 2000 plants and employed over 300000 waROcarners and over 24000 salried officials and clerks A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven bedflailervillelnd repent about 1000 and toheIPmeun1til vim eat hut by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt digest your are really stary infr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure iCes the rool1Yourjftnt JSocql DyaptMi Onre cures all tomch trouble terry dfTlioaw j j HEARD FOR MILES Freight Engine in a Roundhouse- at Macon Ga Lets Go With Terrible Eftecr THE ENTIRE CITY WAS SHAKEN UP Three Men Were Instantly Killed and Many Others Injured Some of Them Fatally Two of the Victims Were Blown to Atoms and the Locomotive Re duced to FragmentsCause Is Not Known Macon Ga Jan 3A freight en andiCentral of Georgia exploded without warning Thursday killing three men Injuring many others and shaking the entire city The report was heard seven miles and houses three miles distant felt the shock The news Instantly spread that many wero killed and in a few minutes hundreds had gathered at tIm gates among them wives and children of shop employes weeping InformationI machIn- Ist J M McDonald machinist rela tives live in Knoxvllle Tenn j Uriah Cornelius colored helper Tho injured J J ONeal machin- Ist fracture will die Henry Fox ma chinist fracture will die P L Wil- tsi blacksmith severely scalded F D Hambrick carpenter head lacer ated William Wilson carpenter frac tured ribs J M Meadows carpenter general bruises Peter Hammock col ored scalp wound Wesley Johnson colored face cut Peter Adams con tused shoulder The Negro Cornelius was In tho cab assisting the inspector J M McDon ald who was on top of the engine Both were blown to atoms The othI ers were at some distance from the engine The causo of the accident is not known It is supposed however that the Negro had found the water in tho boiler too low and had suddenly injected a stream of cold water on the red hot crownsbeet The engine was reduced to fragments parts being hurled through tho building two or three hundred yards One piece weighing 3000 pounds was thrown 150 yardsCUBAN ELECTION RETURNS Tomas E Palma For President Has 55 Electors and Maso Havana Jan 3The central board of scrutiny has made public tho follow ing returns of the elections held in Cuba on December 31 Thomas Estra da Palma the nationalist candidate for the presidency of Cuba has thirtyfive electors while Gen Bartolorao Maso the democratic candidate who with drew from the campaign has eight electors Senor Palma secured the unanimous electoral delegations from the provinces of Plnar del Rio Havana Matanas and Santa Clara and one elector from Puerto Principe and five electors from Santiago Gen Iaso secured three electors from Puerto Prin cipe and five from SanUago The following civil governors were electedPerez In Pinar del Rio Nunez In Havana Lccuona in Matanzas Gomez In Santa Clara Redo In Puerto Prin provInceTHE CABINET DINED First of the Large Formal Functions at the White House Washington Jan 3The dinner to the cabinet the first of the large for mal functions of the year at the white house was given by the president and Mrs Roosevelt Thursday night Many were invited to meet the members of the cabinet the guests including senators and representatives in congress and some friends of the president The Tshaped table was set in the state dining room and was a marvel of artistic beauty Tho public por tions of the house in which the guests spent the remainder of the evening were still fresh and beautiful with the floral decorations used Wednesday Tho Marine band furnished the music Branch Y M C A In Mexico City Mexico City Jan 3Plans for es tablishing in this city a branch of the Y M C A are maturing The project has the cooperation of Miss Helen Gould and Hon John Barrett mem ber of the PanAmerican conference The object is to provide many foreign young men with a resort Transport Crooke at Port Said Washington Jan 3Quartermaster- Gen Ludington Is informed of the arrival of the transport Crooko at Port Said Thursday This vessel is carry- Ing troops to the Philippines Gen Bates aiid his daughter arc among the passengers First Union Soldier in Richmond NashuaN H Jan 3Dr Royal B Prescott who died here always claim ed that he was the first union soldier to enter Richmond after its surrender He was then a skirmisher in Company C 13th New Hampshlrevvolunteers Max ORell Underwent an Operation New York Jan 3Paul Blouet Max ORen tho French author and lecturer underwent a successful op cityThursday SQSMTHXHO NEW They cure dandruff hair falling need ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in tim world People everywhere it lies been introduced are wfW with delight Yon simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonderful corrtb is simply unbreakable and is made so that it IB abw ll impossible to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction respect stamps for one Ladies size 50c Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr It la hrdf r a woman to pin her faith In n husband without pin mousy Dont Live TogeffcSLV Constipation and health never jr together Do Wilts Little Early Ris ers promote easy action of the bowels vilhdistre8llhI have been troubled with costlvenpsa nine yearn says J 0 Griwne TJopauvr lRdo I have tried man t 1droSbu Little Early Riser give kiv4 HlthrfJR Y k Tnoi U =a c J c C i N Cii i t Helpe Nature 1ijII wrong They need a little jTS SIHOF- I COD LIVER OLWITH HYPOPHOSPHITES OFlIHESODA S will generally correct this I I difficulty I jf= in babys bottle three or four = I times a day you will soon see i TitoIjEsoon I w I jII baby she needs the emulj iiI soc and fr00 all druggists 9 1SCOTT iBOWNE Chemists Jf ew Yorl i- ttotn=Old Pistol Mr Jake Sandnsky called at Tho UeraM office yesterday morning and caused stampede by producing from his pocket a dangerous looking pistol of largo proportions Ater repeated asurance of friendly intentions the staff were shown nn old andexceed ingly raro pistol purchased by Mr Sandusky during a recent trip iu the mountains The weapon was an antiquated flint lock bearing evidences of great ape It was more than a foot long and brass mounted The stock was of wood and extended the length of the barrel which was six or more inches in length The bore was smooth and car ned a ball aflhrge as the end of a mans thumb The barrel bore the inscrip Lion Lieberville France 1C37 The pistol is a rare specimen and but one of a large collection of curious collect ed and owned by Mr Sandusky Lexington Herald A Good Recommendation Ill have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of JaB cade Iowa What better recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy frv them when you feel dull after eatiniw1rell you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation anti you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they afford For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m Truth is always stranger than fiction We need not leave home to see it veri fled Frank Miller a worthy industri ous young man in the employ of James Bland is the truth under con sideration Last summer Frank raw a bottle floating placidly down the Ohio Ho captured it and found a note there in from a young lady in Utica Ind Frank forthwith sent a missive to the damsel and received a reply with photo The climax followed Christmas when Frank hied himself to Utica The meeting was satisfactory from every standpoint and Frank has returned with Expectations far exceeding Dickens famous works The sequel is to follow and heres wishing Meade County Messenger Remarkable Cure of Croup A Little Boys Life Saved relltrdingChamberlaIns saved my little boys tile and I feol that I cannot praise It enough I bought a bottle of U from A E Steers of ijooil win S D and when I got homo with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine as dire ted ever- ten minutes until ho tine and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death Wo had to pal the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I hid not got that battle of cough medicine mv toiayJoELby Stockton do llagau 1m An article rhioh will prove I the widesfinterest to all engaged in teaching or who may be interested in education It one in the January COSMOPOLITAN by ELISIIA BENJAMIN ANDREW ex tresldent of Brown University who for the first time in n leading jnaga sine has had tho courage to ahoSv tim great evils resulting from the private contract Echool bOok systerneducat- ional officials corrupted school hooks often the poorest selected nnt the prices paid by the children ihemljelvea of the highest art annual tax go lg up into the millions which could bq very easily avoided if tho proper orgijniza lion were brought Into tlseiTott Some time axe my daughter caught a severe cold Silo complained ofPains in her chest and had a bad cough gays her Chamberlains Ooughj Rem edy according to directions m two days she was well and able to Jgo to school I have used this rome y In my family for the past neven y line have never known it to fUll at sayn James Prendergast merchant antI Bay Jamaica West India I ndg Thi peln3 the chest indicated i bnp nr ciiingsttack of IhiCh- III ihfeineteiee W5I undoubtedly i tard- od oft by thsmkier1iii Cough pme dy IL sontr1 My tandeiMM a od tofard piwtfiaouia SoJn by- StacktDfl4tflmN1I 1te c i bt Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from to J10 cheaper now than they wire a few weeks agoT We still hue good selection on our floor You save money by buylngnowand goingff Donelson k4 M 7 78 71 71 F7f 77 M eJ02tJA 1902 J2 7 tI G +t a Useful Presents Think What Useful X WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA CLAUS i Si We are loaded from cellar to garret Useful Holiday Presents ii Beautiful1lOOfAqua vax our Robes liLbest0 Leather Suits Cases and Bags Beautiful line of L aitt Neckwear Mufflers Supenders Night Robes Underwear Socks r Handkerchiefs Genuine Mclntoshes Rain Coats Just think what 7tA useful PRESENTS 1 tiLWe have the largest in Il tucky Beautiful Childrens Sweaters KenI 7itiful Mens Caps r11 7 LOUIS j GUS STRAUS 1 7W 0 tk TAILORSGENTS 1 OPEN NIGH- TLEXINGTON 8 KENTUCKY h ij 7f ffi JI 7rIIA TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emi ssionswtsk and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women resrulatea bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug list will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment ami willcure any case above- mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manu facturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists antI Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD TIIIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1C01 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have usedone bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I usingitfeel bolter than I have in twenty years and I cheerfullv reconimend it to the Respectfully4dlcly Many a man who tries to be a rascal finds be is only capable of being a fool Lots of people give advice freely because it doesnt cost them anything A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week for the months Including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marlon Reedy con tams the best independent polical article stock and financial articles dramatic criticism book reviews and general miscellany of any publication in tho West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Writo fur samplecopiesTHE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo WOMAN RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tIe pain or discomfort at the menstrual period Kb woman needs to havo any WIno of Cardui will quickly relieve thoso smnrtlng1lle lS aIpainsand tho dragging hback and side aches caused by falling of tho womb and Irregular men- sesWINEOCARDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the menstrual organs strong and healthy It Is the provision made by Na tune to siva women relief from tho terrible aches and pains blight so many homes Osmswoco 1LOdlII000 timeIuntilIIon I hAd taken allot it Iwas ielieyed tloadibil JIM XMA Youv Tee tIiwsrdtrs r- LI 0 j I i qnalItycost Mr another i asn John Prop t li1I 5 Presents I with c kidney whlci t iJ What a beautiful Present one Ii of those Dick Shryock Suits made to order would be Itlt 2 STORE EVERY Holiday Suggestions rbLp1 Here is the making of a Happy Home L A And here is where your friends buy fpJm CHAIRS and ROCKERS m- P Bring to the tired and weary gjjj Buy for Christmas and use all the year p we have aLeather Goods Picture Frames nice line of f and Ladies Desks L bfeJCOMPLETE IWSOIdhamt RICHMOND ulj3My KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines of ett Pictures and Framing Material f ElegantWatergenuine Sepias Carbons and Platinums Large assortment of now metal frames in Brass tind Ebony guaranteed not to tarnish A neat cabinet frame for 15c A 16x20 portrait frame 4inch moulding complete forSl We use genuine Imported French picture glass Our expertframomakers make frames while you wait Wo havent space to name our hundreds of genuine bargains Your are Invited to call and inspect the largest and lowest priced line ever offered to the shpricesbought+++ GEO M WILLGING t 2OkWestrMain Street RICHMONUIY WHY NOT BUYTHE 1ofNo 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse Wealsorakea full Hae ofhigh Grade Vehicles and faraess Send for Catalogue and ice LisL COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock Pa L 25 sept8mI it For Rubber Stamps +THLOFFE4 + i itimimim j iL j Pi 0 1 Jr i 1 L r I he Richmond Climax J C CHENAOLT President AD MILLER Uiaager BODT8CEOWE Edltor WEDNESDAY JAN 7 1902 rOBUSIIKU XVKRV WBDNfSUAY BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated THE condition of affairs in the colored school is a good example of how high preju dice and bad judgment will get people in trouble some times The dismissal of sev eral teachers recently calls attention to the figures in the case which might interest those who pay the taxes to 4tT support the schools Accor ding to the census there are 686 colored children of school age in the city To educate these children the people have built a handsome brick school building costing sev eral thousand dollars A fac ulty of nine teachers has been employed This year for what the colored people be leive good reasons they have not allowed their children to take advantage of the educa tion the city is giving them The attendance has been very small and for some time the averagesso we are told has been abouttwenty nine Then we have twentynine children to be taught by nine teachers with a janitor to keep the house in order for them The average salary is probably 30 or S270 per month for the nine and the janitors salary f is 20 making290 per month to teach twentynine colored children That is each child attending school has been costing the city of Richmond and the State SlO per month t which would be 5100 for the year if such a thing would be allowed to continue The taxes paid by the colored peo ple to the school fund amount to 36162IThe State and the city have provided for the education of the colored as well as the white children and it is ab solutely without cost so that the poorest need not grow up in ignorance In such an age as this and with such advantages as we have ignorance is crime Although politics is supposed to have nothing to do with school matters this condition of affairs fool ish and childish as it is has been brought on by political prejudice It is not the pur pose of this article to tell who is right or wrong nor to de fend the Board of Education in its recent action in sus pending several of the colored teachers The facts in the case are that Prof D M I Russell who was an assistant last year and Prof Reynolds I the principal were bothap j plicants for the principalship Prof Russell happened to be Democrat and a Kentuck 1 CIFBroerCol1 i LEXINGTON KY lourl Clearance Sale For years we have been holding these SemiAnnual I Clearance Salesand from 1 the marked success that has come to them in the pastwe yourbearty For This Sale carefullyLover and selected articles that for t any reason we are desirous of closing out Short Lengths Small Lots Odd Pieces Remnants or dropped patterns have been mercilessly cut in price A great many of these goods are grouped on our first floor and marked in plain figures and in each department they areso arranged that you can rosilyWe spacefrom Come and see them r ii C1F1BrorCo1 MAIN AND ROADWAY LEXINGTON IrMfUtt ian Prof Reynolds was a Republican from Ohio The Board was deadlocked for several weeks and in the meantime Prof Reynolds was called elsewhere Prof White became the Republican can didate Russell was elected The school was then boycotted by the colored people who patronized the private school of Prof White pay ing tuition This was the cause of the whole trouble Whatever the end will be the colored people have no kick coming but the tax payers will be glad to be relieved of educating colored children at 100 per capita HON JAMES B MCCREARY left here Saturday morning for Frankfort to put the fin ishing touches on his Senatorial victory Mr McCreary is supported by the solid del egation of the Eighth Con gressional District which he served for twelve years Be sides this there are several other Congressional districts in which all the Democratic Representatives and Senators are for him for United States SenatorThis part of the State has never had a United States Senator in all the past The Democrats believe that Mr McCreary is a faithful capa ble and worthy leader and one who has made a good re cord in every office he has ever held Besides this his training of twelve years in the Lower House of Congress admirably fits him for the office he is destined to hold Those here who are sup posed to know do not believe that any combination if any is attempted can defeat him now Mr McCreary has made his race and it is now to be left to the General Assem bly of Kentucky to decide This body is composed of as able and worthy men as were ever members of a Kentucky Legislature men who will vote tneir sentiments and comply with the wishes of their constituents and as a large majority of the Democrats of Kentucky are for McCreary for United States Senator his friends are confident of his success A correspondent to the Sunday Herald saysThe McCrearj organization made the claim today that their candidate would win on the first ballot They claim to have a sufficient number of votes assured to warrant the assertion Despite this how ever they show no relaxation in their efforts and are work ing among the members of both House and Senate like a colony of beavers trying to repair a dam that has been washed out by a flood They are profuse in their argu ments as to why McCreary should be given the Senator ship They claim that it was due to his efforts that the Democratic party achieved its victory in 1900 and that as a fitting compensation for his labors in behalf of the party at so critical period the Senatorial toga should be thrown around him IT is said that at a dinner given the resident graduates of Knox College at Galesburg Ill last week the President and Treasurer of the Insti tution made the statement that the college was in a tight place financially and was bad ly in need of its friends aid They stated that for several years the college had been running behind at the rate of 7000 per year and a consid erable deficit had already ac cumulated It seems strange that the college officials should cling to such ancient methods of perpetuating their institu tion Had they but kept quiet about the business they could have found it expedient to consolidate with somebody and then told their bad luck tale afterward WHEN a country paper doubles up for Christmas or any other occasion its ed itor thinks he has done big thingd The New York Jour nal the greatst paper in the country got out a Christmas edition that was a daisy in deed and in truth It con sisted of 142 pages and carried over 500 columns of ad vertising and the edition was 700000 copies which required 657 tons or 50 car loads of paper It was the largest newspaper ever issued in New York and would have made old man Dana of the Sun turn green with envy if lie had lived to see it- Tbeerylngne4 ofawon lr1s a TROLLEY LINE TO CONNECT St Louis and New York Calls For An Interesting Article in the CourierJournal In speaking of the proposed trolley line to connect St Louis with New York City the Courier Journal of Mon day says People who visited the Southern Exposition held in the city of Louis ville in 1883 may recall the little electric car line that ran around Central Park and was then looked upon as nothing more than an ingenious toy Now it has displaced animals and ca bles nnd all other forms of traction power in cities and is rapidly being applied to interurban transportation The interurban road was first installed less than ten years ago and two years since the invention of the triphase system of power transmission enormously stimulated construction of both freight and passenger systems Aa street railway transportation Is the greatest boon to residents of cit Ics especially workingmen who are thus enabled to get the advantage of cheap suburban homes and are carried promptly swiftly and safely to their work so the interurban railway promises a like boon to the inhabit ants of rural communities They at once open up communications between neighbors and markets adding im mensely to the attractiveness of rural life and increasing the valuations of farming and suburban property Besides carrying passengers they are now undertaking the transportation of freight and are thus enabling farmers new facilities both for marketing their products and for buying of the cheaper and more extensive stocks of the great city stores The trolley lines are enabled to do tills because of tbe great cheapness of the power the fact that the cars can be taken up grades which are im possible to steam locomotives and the lower capitalization of the lines The average capitalization of steam railroads according to the report of the Inter state commerce commission for 1900 was 61 000 per mile while the aver age capitalization of interurban roads is only 35000 per mile Operating expenses are also very much less the average fur steam riilroads being 619 per cent and of the trolley lines only 54 per cent In exceptional cases the operating ratio may go as low u 40 percent On the other hand the earnings are very largo the trolley haying fixed fares for certain distances while the passengers may not go more than a third or a quarter of the way On steam rallroade passengers are charged so much per mile The interurban roads have every prospect of rapid extension ai they afford the best means of solving local transportation problems and are dis tinctly in the public interest The New School Law The Kentucky Education Associa tion at a meeting in Louisville adopted resolutions recommending radical aud dangerous changes in the school law of the State which will be by a com mittee drafted into a bill and presented to the Legislature to be enacted as a law The law they recommend would be an outrage upon each school district It denies each district the right to elect itfiown trustees to employ its own teacher anddeniea the district the right to buy its own schoolhouse furniture fixtures etc and centralizes tIle whole power in the hands of a paid county board that can employ teachers whether they are satisfacloty to pa trons of the schools or not Webelieve the patrons of each school district are the best judges if their own needs and wants and that the tight an1 privilege to conduct and control their own af lairs should not be taken from them We do not know it and have no evidence now to prove it but it is our opinion that the big publishers of school books maps charts etc1 and the manufactures schoolhouse furniture supplies etc are behind this scheme These concerns have dipped their hands into the school laws of every State whenever they could As a rule it is much easier lor those concerns to deal with a county school buard than it is with the trustee of each school district anti whether or not they are behind the proposed law they will wel come it for it will be to their liking Winchester Sun BRASSFIELD Mr Leonard Wilcox left last Thurs lay for Ohio Mr Owen Yates who has been very sick is improving Miss Emma Joe Chambers has been visiting at College lull Miss Sallie Pearson spent a part of last week with the Misses Jones Miss Ada Williams visited Mlts Daieey E Daniels the past week Mr Rice Crews of Kirkuville is visiting friends and relatives here Mills Minnie French of Dreyfus spent the holidays with Miss Anna egg Mr and Mrs Mrs Joe OUham spent a part of Christmas with relatives at Irvine A crowd of youngsters enjoyed a dance at Mr James Gilberts last Tuesday night We aro delighted to say that Miss Gertie Todd who has been seriously ill ImprovingMr Daniels and guest Mr Rice Crews spent a low days of last week with relatives at Irvine delightfulfriends last Wednesday ht We thought we would have an opportunity to inform the people of several weJddinga in this neighborhood during the holidays but from some cause there lass been a failure NEWBY KY Joe Estes lisa moved in JB Stapps new house recently built and will run a black smith shop at this plac- eJ 8 Ktapp lies added an undertaking establishment to his merchandise bus mess appointeddeputy ready for business in his lines Dr Switzer lisa moved from Kewby to Baldwin to practice life profession we are sorry to lose the doctor and his family from our midst Frank Gould lies decided to throw 9100000 worth of dogs on the dog mar ket awl some of ns who hare been HBftMe 1o gain entree teo tMi Gosh circle will vow doubtlese have mi op portwiUy So bis iitt v WMMr win4LezLI An Ancient Foe To health and happiness is Scrofula as ugly as ever since time immemoria- lIt causes bunches in the neck disfigured the skin inflames the mucous membrane wastes the muscles weakens tho bones reduces the power of resistance to disease and the capacity for recovery and develops into con sumption KA bunch appeared on tho left side of my neck It caused great pain was lanced and became a running sore I went into a general decline I was persuaded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and when I had taken six bottles my neck was healed and I have never had lUly trouble ol the kind since Mas K T SSTDS Troy Ohio Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills will rid you of it radically and permanently as they have rid thousands Town Without a Negro Lebanon Junction the largest town in Bullltt county and a population amounting close to 1000 has not a sin gle negro or mulatto living within iti corporate limits For ten years or more the population of this growing town has been exclusively white peo pIe This is probably tbe only town of any size in the South without a single son of Ham within its corporate borders The fact is a moat singular on when we consider that it is only thirty miles from Louisville and twelve miles from Elizabethtown where the coon is much in evidence and with negroes nil around its limits on the farms ol Nelson and BuIIitt counties Of course there is no town ordinance to prohibit the negroes as that would be unconsti tutional but when one comes to town he is given notice to move on and he moves on and he dont take lone about it either Franklin Favorite To a Famous Resort On account of a scarcity of compete revenue men in Michigan several of the younger men on the broom thl district have been ordered to report for duty at Bay City among whom are Messrs E 1 Carr Wm W Anderson Win Atkinson and John Fayno Thi would be a nice trip for the boys were it not for the young ladies certain ones leave behind Anderson News Rare Old Coin The Danville Advocate says Mr John Rynearson of this city has some rare curiosities in the shape of several bills of Continental currency and a check on a United States bank Tin check and bills bear the date of 1700 and are remarkably well preserved They belonged to Mr llynenrsons grandfather who was a soldier of the revolution Peaks Mill Courthouse is in ashes says the Frankfort Journal The his toric structure which was the properh of Franklin county burned Saturday night The house iras of historic in crest as in it for yeare past the mug istratcb who served the people of thai district bad held their courts there and from the bench rendered decisions settling the petty disputes of neighbors for miles around Moreover when Peaks Mill was an incorporate village Judge George Bacon was itr Police Judge and it was in this build lug that Judge Bacon tempered jus lice with mercy when those who had trampled upon the village ordinance were presented before him The ori gin of the fire hot not been fully established but it is believed to have re suited from the firing of Roman can dIes and other fireworks Satuiday night One of the most zealous and energe ic priests in this section in pioneer days was Father William Byrne saj s the Bardstown Standard He was born in Wicklow county Ireland in 17I His parents were simple laboring pro pie pious and of good repute In 1831 be gave a most convincing proof ol his utter unselfishness by contracling with the Jesuit Society to surrender to them the entire ownership of St Marys Acad my which had become regarded as an honorable fixture among the ed ucational institutions of the State Father Byrne retained thn preeidegcj of the college until his death in 1833 A monument Was erecicd over hir grave in 1813 An Illinois town of 150 has a salooi which pays S7CO a year license Tni money is used for building sidewalks andthey eay that the town has more sidewalks than anything else Mark Twains order to the lightning rod agent to put one on every point of the dwell ins and tLen one on the cook and the cow is outdone by the sidewalks in this town They have brick walks out in thin country and if the saloon keeps up they will soon have a brick sidewalk to the county seaL Central Re cord A bill will be introduced in ilic KUI lucky Legislature to give the city oi Louisville the right to sell its 925000 of gAS stock If the bill is passed the Louisville Gas Company the Jiouisvtllt Electric Light Company and the Ken tucky Heating Company may be pur chased by an Eastern syndicate 1 the proposition carries the iuore which the city receives will be used in building sewers for the construction of an armory and for the establish ment of a free circulating library No sooner had Editor Walton of the Harrodsburg Democrat moved to Lex ington to enjoy the fruits of a life ol toil aud trials than the City Council passed an ordinance requiring all mar rled men to be at home by 11 oclock at night and imposing fines for Infrac tions of the ordinance If Editor Walton doesnt Immediately resent such an abridgement of personal liber ty by returning to Harrodsbirg he is not the kind of man we think he is Glasgow Times The Kentucky Educational Associa tion adjourned Saturday in Louisville after adopting a resolution to ask the coming Legislature to amend the school law as to abolish the third class certificate make the county the taxing unit give the school district temporary authority to vote a tax to build school houses and reform the particularsA Northern editor fr zeto death a few days ago He should have taken his initiatory degree In journalism down here in Kentucky The editors down in this neck othe woods have been up against the freeze out game for so long that Greenlands ice mona tains would be a veritable Garden of Eden to them Htrrodsburg Sayings President Roosevelt hiss received word from Mr Carnegie that he is pro pared to Hive fio 00000 in CMC or in tere tbariag bonds that would be Mtlefactory to Con rew to the United SteiM Oovrpnent to be nwtd ior kIghiit uMirptjti f Kentucky Intelligence OIL WELLS IN KNOX COUNTY JTwtntyFour Were Drilled During the Past Year All Good Ones Montlcrilo Ky Jan 2Twentyfour oU wells have been drilled In Knox county during the past year and nil are good wells OU was first found hire about 30 years ago One well was drilled here in 1892 In which a small quantity of oil was found another was drilled on Stinking creek about three years ago Twentyone wells havo been drilled since then and oil lisa been found In all of them On Cumberland river two miles south of Barbourrille tho Tye Bond Oil Co has two wells Black oil was struck at 380 feet and green oil at 4G5 feet Mr Young the Tye Bend drill er says these wells may snake from 20 to 100 barrels a day The Bluegrass OH Co of South Dakota has drilled four wells en Stinking creek and has not struck a dry hole yet THE HAWKINS MURDER iNegro Confesses He Planned It and Axline Committed the Crime Lexington Ky Jan 2WIll Mos by colored confessed to murdering J N Hawkins Tho pistol left at Haw kins side belongs to Mosby who is a Versailles Negro He Implicates Bert Axline and Jim Ratcliffe both In JailMosby confessed that he gave Bettio Axline a young white man formerly of Nlcholasvlllo the pistol with which Mr Hawkins was shot while he and James Ratcllff a white man from Par Is Ky were with him Axline who was arrested several days ago and was In the Lexington jail entirely broke down and sobbed as soon as he was taken before the Negro but denied knowing him DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS Officers Are to Be Selected For Soth Branches of the Legislature Frankfort Ky Jan 2Secretary Percy Haley of the democratic central committee by authority of Chair man Young Wednesday afternoon Is sued a call for the party members of the general assembly to gather in caucus in their respective houses on Mon day evening next to select officers of the branches to be elected the follow ing day At these meetings a chairman will be chosen to preside over the caucus to select a nominee for United States senator Gen Gentrys Hounds Lexington Ky Jan 2A crowd of 1500 faced the cold here Wednesday at the trotting track to witness the rabbit races of Gen W H Gentry xhe first rabbit turned loose was a large fellow and ten hounds were put on the chase He was caught by The Gentrysdogsber of the Gentry kennel caught the next A Deaf Mute Wedding Hodgenvllle Ky Jan 2Mr Jack son Morrison of this county and Miss countybothhome of the brides parents at the latter place The attendants were also deaf mutes and the ceremony was conducted by finger signs The brIde- groom was formerly a newspaper man of Ylne Grove Hardin county Has No Capital Frankfort Ky Jan 2The Louis vile Institute of Christian Science fit ed articles of incorporation In the of fice of the secretary of state Wednes day morning It has no capital stock and lone Revenaugh Dorothy Osgood and N Ayers Osgood are the incor- porators Raided a Moonshine Still Lexington Ky Jan 2 Internal Revenue Collector Sam J Roberts was officially notified by his deputy S D raidIngJohn Bowen and Pete Mancer were taken prisoners and carried to West Liberty for trial A Speedy TwoYearOId Lexington Ky Jan 2A 2year ofthisnomenal time of371i seconds She had only been worked for about 40 days and this performance WES made on a muddy track Preacherville Swept By Flames atPreacheryille Barsasoffice and several residences The aggregate loss was 70000 The fire swept out most of the town Wll Be a Thing of tho Past bidleague IntheforbuIldlncKilled While Hunting GoddardatGreensburgaccidental discharge of his shotgun yrhich he was cleaning To Unite the Towns LatonIa Ky Jan 2There fa amovement on foot between the repre sentatives of the Business Mens club of Latonla and the newly elected trus tees of Rosedalq to unite the tows A womans touch Is known by her washboard her piano or her husbands pocketbook The Maysville tobacco fair will be held February 22 Gov Beckham and exGov Bradley will be among the speakers Oil prospectors from the East and West are being attracted to Knox county by the recent oil strike and high prices are being paid for leases A Michigan company of oil men bought the onehundredacre farm of Thomas liagland situated in the best part of the Bath county oil fields for 10000 The Panama Canal Company is said to be willing to sell its rights to the United States Government for 40000 000 Another representative of the company Is coming to America countybaamiles from Oklahoma City Oklahoma and will locate in that Territory In February Support the country weeklies and in orderto keep the editors under obl gation to yon instead of under obliga tion to the hankers pay for your sub scription In advance The Commoner In an effort to enforce a smallpox quarantine against Madison III the Cityl1a8send militia According to a census bulletin the value o the manufactured producU of Tonnes for the year 1900 was M7 527018 a ala of over 48 per eekfl1M FROM MEXICO Miss Wallace Tells of a Trip From Tampico to Las Tablas TAMICO TAMAUMPASI December 14 1901 MY DEAR MB EDITOR Your request for a letter from Mex leo reached me sometime ago but In this land of nianana tomorrow there is no hurry in tact believe there is a law against haste and it is easy to fall into this Mexico habit The people of this lovely land have given an affirmative answer to LongfellowBques tion Do you not know that whit li best In all this mtleu world It rest From turmoil and from worry In this letter I wish to give you some notes of my trip to the mountains this summer aud with the consent of one oNiur charming Southern writers 1 will use some of lila expressions Leaving Tampico on a hot sultry mo nine wo welcomed the cool sea breezes that met us the moment the train pulled out and were soon in joyful expectancy of the beautiful scenery we were to pass through Passinc through the region of palm and bamboo the sugar bection and the tremen dous haciendas the country is but jparsely settled on this Mexican road but withal full of interest to aGriogo At the station of Micas the monkevs we cuter a canon called El Abra de Caballeros The Caballeros or Cay aliers are two bold mountains ribini one on either sido above the river along which the truck runs through tue canon In it is somA of tIle fluent scenery on this road The river is a constant delight and at the mouth of the canon it surprises us by a series of cascades The waters here make a de scent of 300 feet Immediately above the cascades across the river from the track rises an immense coneshaped mountain fully 2000 feet high Its side towards us is a precipitous cliff which is largely covered by vegetation of the brightest green and looks like a great rug hunt out for airing as some one has expressed it The view look lug up the river here from the rear of the train is indescribably beautiful Fifteen miles distant we came to Ras jou an interesting point Here is said to be the home of till largest locomo tires In the world The Central R Jl Co has several of their monster ma chines on this mountain tection They are doubletruck compound engines peculiarly adapted to freight service They have two boilers with fire boxes placed back to back and the driving wheels are carried by two swivelling ruck frames one under each boiler The weight of each engiie is 250000 pounds As I looked at these mon strous iron horses I thought great monarch of power wlioshall withstand thee when thy master throws open the throttle Lo with a man charged with the power and spirit of God But here we are already at Taraasopo where the waiting train is on the siding and we go whirling on through what snouts to out delighted vision wonderland and although we dont ceem to know It we are in the midst of a coffee crove and the conductor points out the shiny grpflii leaves and tiny red berries Tnis grove has the appearance of a dense forest but the coffee plant must have shade and so is planted under other trees when possible On and on through a now world of trees and flow ers and ferns a perfect tangle of tropical luxuriance moss sways from the limbs and thousands of bright orchids make us think we are in some great or chards of strango trees loaded with a stranger fruit Surely it mustb fairy land But we are still climbing upward and now enter the yawning gorge of Tomaopo the straight line by the tortuous trail Piecipitous mountains slope a thousand filet below to the stream and a thousand feet above to the sky Clinging to tho sides of these mountains the road parallels the river piercing numerous sharp points with tunnels Across the little stream which far below glistens like a stream of silver rise the mountains which are counterparts of these on whoso sides we are smoothly sliding We can get a somewhat adequate idea of what man has achieved here over nature by Im agining how great a work would be necessary to render it as easy and safe for us to Tide along these mountains as we find it to ride along these lad we not seen this with our own eyes we should say at onco that it could not be done The peculiar charm of this grand canon of Tamasopo is the verdure of the mountains from base to summit Here ne seem to be floating along on the tree tops The moUture which comes from the sea supplies the vegetation of the canon with ample means of growth and the mountains are arrayed in green even bough the plains above may enjoy no rain for months The sense of grandeur is not wanting but the sense of beauty seems surpass it in our minds When wo lto at last to stand on height shove mouth of the canon arid to look atIhues and stretching away to the other mountains leondhe feels overt na lUre could no further go and that we are beholding one of the great finished dinews of the world EdwardJEinmett said it was worth a trip across the ocean to see where the Potomac breaks through the mountains at Harpers Ferry he certainly would have thought it worth o journey from the Orient to stand at Prospect Point and feast his eyes on this picture of the Tamasopo From here we see just below us the mouth of the great canon along the southern wall of which we have been winding for the past hours On the right Is the lofty mountain range that forms one wall of the canon while before you the carpet like plain bordered by palms and other tropical trees and checkered by plants tions of sugar cane Over all the landscape it that charm which Wadsworth saw in a picture The light that never was on sea or land We trace our road dcwn to the plain by the line of clearing forward and beck and around and then straight away through the forest The track is seen at five er six different points each on a diSecest level Lclowus- And now we hasten on through the charming valley of Canoas which lisa an elevation of nearly four thousand feet and a most genial climate 0111 lion refreshing from Tarapicps heat and mosquitos The sides of this valley are decidedly fantastic The soil is red and evidently rich for you see great fields of corn and wheat and along the little stream great cypre c trees which tell as of another eUawge this time a change of climate m well of vegetation lint the ekJelelthil cup or caueas it is MOMd They see kiU ntovratainB which Uto4 5k44 off KfJalty into a plaimw eMbIfs TirMe pM uot iMr mal ht li Ce We Treat You The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens tfnSt Hoods made of good quality wool zephyr clotttly knit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancr combination fleecelined Hood closely knit stitched all over with silk flues at rue each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs The best 5 cent Handkerchief ever pro duced staple bordnrs of Red and DIne also plain Whlus at5c rich Tbe leader of the lino Mens Softest fin jibed French Handkerchiefs Lawn one Inch hemstitched bender printed In tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color effects at lOc Silky Japanetie Cloth Bandkerchlefsone inch hem white Initial in earner at lOe Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 23c ks a Q White Quilt yarn new t 1 signs at 49c a new has been added to the size extra fine fihish yarn raised at OOe each InIGenuineI Cor Main FIrst St r I = K= cfS 1 boon pushed up through the edges of the valley and their peaked points are directly above us Here and there are etranjo formations of ock some projecting into the valley from the mountain sideS seme standing alone Sonic fine mens of birds were also seen which would have de the hearts of the members of the Paint Lick 9900 I thought specially ol them We are far above the Gulfs blue waters now over 0000 feet My des tination was Las a quaint little place where the was wait ing to carry OIl into the very heart of the mountains still farther away to the sweet missionary home of Ilev and Mrs J S A Hunter in CinUad del Maize where my rest period was to he spent Perhaps many ot your readers have heard the sad nevs of Mrs Hunters death Shin was one of our most sifted talented and consecrated work ersand had done a noble work in this heathen laud But w know that our Father never makes any Our paisanos are preparing to celebrate the Christmas festivities in a joyous manner We will have some appropriate exercises and a Christmas tree for our little Mexican fairies in the Mission Chapel on the evening of the 24th Our weather has been ideal until one of those dreaded northers blew fromnobody knows where Iup last night and every Mexican and Amen cano too is wrapped in his bright red blanket tday It would amuse you Jo seQ them They always cover their mouths From our laud of and sunshine I send my hearty Christmas greetings to all my Kentucky friends rnd beg that you bear my name on the wings of ycur prayers iu behalf of this lost people Very sincerely FANNIE L WALLACE Cures Hheumlism or Catarrh Through the Blood Cost iNcthin to Try Would yon like to get rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive catarrh forever Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm which has cured throne ands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine treatment BotanIc Blood Palm B B II J cures through the blood by destroying the census the awful aches in the bones joints shoulder and back swollen glands haw Impairedliearlbg thoroughlytestedpure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Trial treainent free by writing Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe you ble and free medical advice given until cured Dont give up hope but try B B B the blood pure and rich and builds lip the all rundown tired body B B B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of perfect health 4 Lend and you borrow trouble STATE OF ILtcFRANK J he is the partner of the firm of- F J CHENEY Co doing business in the City of Toledo Countv and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay DOlLARStarrh that cannot he cnityl by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE FIJANK J CHENEY subscribedIncember A D 188C A AW GLEASON 1 SEAL Pntfc vHalls Catarrh Cure is taken and nets directly on the blood systemSend OSoldHalls Family Bills are the best A Womanly V7 ss- Womans desire for petty things inj gold and silver has cone to be pro heanIugbut Ii andiveqwJity of every piece freer stoc- kfiswMdexcsHam k i JL DI 1iiiV MISfe t tmh Which makes your business safe and sound For bargains such as here are found Will always help you hold your ground Children Eiderdown Cloaks Fancy colored Eiderdown good weight furiover collar edged with white Angora fur lit throughout with cream colored Ilannulett oir the best values ever produced was now XUu Cloth Cloaks in dark blue and red wIth lac Bailor collar apliqued in white silk braid ut iJiV and 150 Iof We5f ttWhen in town see us When at home write us In case well VC to Money t t 0 0 t onehalt Hemstitched Handkerchief De r9Teat ar I Oxford superior quality made of bleached hemmed size 70x73 each Revere Sprtad that just line 0x81 soft 2ply nobby centers hemmed quite sped lighted Chautauqua Circle Tattles diliwnicia mistakes countrymen burrcs poisons which blades Druggists Blood which makes money senior JNoaij internally eafcn either Quality 333 high grade MarsaillesQuilte 124 xtra heavy weight floral center patterns Hrrcnn novel groupings of and flowers the linodsnm Quilt ever offered the money Price special1r this week 299 Ask to ECO them OWEN MCKEE C1 rf + i URMAN has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skrin Iron Bones old Copper Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zi and all other Junk stock there is on other people pay prices Thurman can pay prices always hi est one will your advancIng market will them all the timo CALL AND GET OUR PRICES s 01 Thurman Grocery QUARrERLY REPORT OF TIlE SrjfO Co Richmond Ky at close of the business on the 31st ot Dccem ber 1901 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 114131 90 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 16551 Due from National Banks S5CC5 38 Due from State Banks and Banters 12H Banking House and Lot 20000 Stocks and Bonds 18000 00 Specie 9MI 82 Currency 1O63 00 S0607 82 Other Items as C1Sho 6333 S3 Furniture and Fixtures 40 00 U Internal Revenue 45 00 Tota1i37729 16 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 150000 00 Fund 6500 Individual Deposits subject tochcc 04 Due to National Banks 26631 28 Due to State Banks and Bankers 421 90 Bills RedUcounted 9373 40 Balance of uninvested Trust Funds 87FundTotal453772s66 STATE OF COUNTY OP 3lADISONss R E TURLEY Cashier of the State Bank and Trust Co Bank located and doing business at No 108110 West Main streettin the City of Richmond Ky said duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank ct the close of business on the 31st day of December 1001 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said has been transacted at comphancewithtary of State designating the 31st day of December 1901 as the day on which sich report shall be made R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and to before me by R E 1907IJSTONEALKEkl DIHECTOBS ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses In 1899 of nearly two hundred million Dr F esperiIgerm of swine disease aud prepared a Serum Antitoxin which manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command higher price on the those not The Company guarantees that lbs injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick wine wilt tare at least ES percent In case of paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any tafiner can entity adtnlaUtcrtbe Auttioxla Order according to the number ot hogs to be One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 OaVanx Chemical Company 131 Buren Street Chicago Investment Is A Good Thing and Insurance is better but Insur anceInvestment in the form of the Three Per Cent Endowment Bond of t++++++ +I The Mutual i if Life Insurance i Company + t Of Kentucky Is the best u provides for your old age and thus forestalls the pos sibilities misfortune misery and poverty in that needful time At least investigate i- tWontYou J C BEGKtJrt Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky AgtntIIIV fttdI L LaJies Handkerchiefs Sheer High Grade HiadkerrhK Inch hemstitched border a Sc No 2131 cr half Inch made or sort Swiss I wnen jcredall around In tasteful p Uei n white chain work flowers and leaf- well pMttru woithi5c lit IOc Ladles Swiss Uandkercbtef with bor of real lace flower designs at 2ic- Novelty Mufflers in popular 001DJ of high grade English ate 11 in size large l j iv ferns for 4 3 14 Richmond Kentucky i fjtR t old earth When good better the Any buy stock on an h buy C ljantf day 17 00 carried 3 Stamps 3I262S a Bank sworn r dollars II is a market than treated failure money treated Van 21aprlr Gold it i Lawn Serge A Demonstration Of Valued t It can ho made clear to any mil our methods of Dental Trcatment Are far in advance of many Each case is roiiFitlerec carefuv all rork doce sklllfnlly andlll to the most improved methods U Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection ijsolf Teeth mal Iil- ouk natural fit perfectly ailv splendidly are made fn m tl material in the world Rubber or Zylonilo 750 i 40 years DR IIOBSON Dentist RicLmond Office next door to Government j in Hobson Bldg Ilichiuo Office open all nteht SCENE FROM D E LESTER COS SUPERB PRODUCTION OF AT VALLEY FORGE By WM L ROBEnTS At Valley Forge tells a s ory triumphant love to which is added tt charm ofJ settingof the roma- nRevoldtionary times and the picW esqne garb of tha riOd The plot strong and wellstjsiained the proda tim is handsomely costumed aD mounted St PauIPioner Prcsf At the Opera House ToNight Wedbewiay Jam 8 r T iipU T II HAVING decided to reduce our Hour stock of GLASS and etc QUEENS WARE andperhaps f close out this entire line7 we have determined to take off 20 per cent ton any article in this line regardless of what it cost Anyone needing 1 Glass or Queensware now or in the fi J near future wilt save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH I f I If you want anything special in v the way of Fancy Groceries Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL U- Pi 1 s E0EATllERA6E CO I td W I4 t JJt JThe Richmond Climax ir isI AY JAN 7 1002 Ir A Wilkes Smith Dentist is n located over J B Stouffers I Store 6febtf J in It Ledford postmaster at k has resigned I Junes last week sold to Milton n a bunch of shoals at 4 Jc ilaving tQUlfor sale writer ni Bennett Co Silver Creek 1 dec48w I J W Muupin of Whites Slat I a fine jtck and jenuelt to die rtk Oiu Cooperage Company want U Vof cords of white oak staves Hi tig bolls 15noSw HiswstafT enM his farm of s inir Valley Vfaw to J AV r a 18 per aero Possession g lruary 1002 lir llarker was adjudged insane runty Court Saturday anti iiu to the Eastern Asylum by JieTerrill ist Bros will erect a handsome t lt corner of Third and Val 1 rts where they will conduct a r Tfliiinilisinc business Vw Carnegie has given 2000 iMiifit of the widows and chil miners killed in an explosion sid to be his first contribution riarilv Vincin8Jer Railway Light Company incorporated about s a o with a capital of 100000 iiizl and started to work on iuner house and plant ryiliinR entirely now this sea Nortons Minstrels Sweet elI dancing specialties hip fatuies saen only withJSor Ntw Opera House January ntitys Jmcksou Roberts have ilr law office from First street rennett office over Perry IIru store where they will tj welcome all friends and par it excitement exists in Owen vr what is believed to be the- uf rich dKisTts of gold in iiiv l the vlIIngoVof Monterey ItJ that ore worth S16 a ton i i Mind in tile Kentucky river ilr a proposed ruling of the c dcpartini ut alt subscriptions usra must bepaid in advance t tiep pirs will be excluded r mails lIt this ea warning 0 who Imvunt paid their sub I jr to relieve the department at ro r of much cumbersome matter v t r liHckliuni issued an order to oflicers of the Statexiai lmg 011 n iinenU permitting them to r u isiliargea to private tOlditlls ex ta eases which dishonorable die 1 ic ti be granted ii many friends of that ever pop L uieJian Jake Wulby will bet to learn of his appearance at Ii Opera House January 8 with s Famous Miustrola A3 an- l unii Jake stands preeminent j liiu furemost in lila profession I i swur is clean cut and brilliant e ascending to coarseness nnd- i uiar verdict is that hid wonder s is well meritedV Lost A iir ot pianos Adolph Jordan n c on the case Return to this ill 25letf Corn Wanted L ream Bennett d Co Silver Creek y ant 10000 barrels of corn write IIJr prices 4decSw For Rent A house fr rent on Water Street Fii to L P Evans at tboStatc Hank Trust Co Vtf I Estray k rheifer woight about 450 Ibs to my place five miles west of hmoud on Barnes Mill pike about ui Jtilh ago arid has since been cared by me Ownercan have samo by property and paying cost 23dec 1m ALBIN CoftNELiSOf Jt5 10 Cd Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fico over Middletons drug store July 17lf Gortons Celebrated land parade and concert at 12 noon and 715 p m Faultless rendition of popular and classic selections including two or more solos at eanlr concert With Gor tons Minstrels January 0 For Rent The Livery stable now occupied by John Turley is for rent for tbe year lOOaVduc252t N B DEATHERAGC Logs Wanted The Homo Cooperage Company arc in the market for 10000 white oak logs Call at their office for specifications and prices i3no 8w Logs Wanted Tho Hume Cooperage Company are in tho market for 1000 white oak logs Call at their office for specifications and prices 13no8nr For Sale We offer for sale privately a thirty foot boiler and long stroke engine shafting etc ready for use will tell very clieap For particulars apply to D F or J D Chenault or this office dec 4 If Elliston Mill Co Hew Teacher al Valley View countyhasterm of the Valley View school which willopen the first Monday in Febru ary Prpf Wash comes highly recommended as a painstaking and Successful instructor Revenue Collections Tho revenue collections of this lie trict for tho month of December are as fullows List F 25 02 Beer S12S8 S180 Spirits 19540729 Cigars 59225 Case 180 Tobacco 9120 Special 59525 Documentary 41205 Total 19800441 His First Call Henry Whitley colored was found dead in bed Saturday morning Coroner Clifton R Samuels was called in to sit on the case rho verdict of the jury was to the effect that Whitlays death was canted by heart disease It was the first call Mr Samuels has had since his induction into office Change cf Managers Mr S M Owens who has been man seer of the Richmond Telephone Com pany since Angust has been removed Georgetown lIe is eucceded here by Mr Ftiqua who comes from Leba non Tenn MrFuqua is at work now on a now directory which will be out in a few daysSituation Wanted A young man sober moral and of fair industriousI poition as clerk in a drygooils preferred reasonable compensation only demanded Best of references given including Mr A D Miller of tho Richmond Climax Ad dress B U W care Iichmond Climax ljan4w Rscruilting Office A recruiting station has been opened ill this citv with office over the Palace saloon on Frist street Enlistments are for tbe regular army only and not less than 3 years Men of good char actcr only need apply Minors under he alga of 21 years must have written consent of parents This station will be open until Juno 14th 1902 John S Eickc 7th Cavalry Recruiting Office Teeth extracted without pain 23 cents Ihtr HOBSOJJ Richmond Ky Train Wrecked- A North bound freighton the L N was wreckeduoar the depot about noon last Thursday Hvo cars of coal and lumber were overturned and the track witS torn up for about a hundred feet but fortunately no lives were lost The train was coming around the curve in front of Mr Duncans residence when for some unknown cause one of the cars loft the track After running on the crossties for several fret and before tho train could be stopped five cars were Ijammed up and piled on either side of the track The wrecking crew was on hand in a short time and set to work but it was ten hours before the track was clear The incoming trains were competed to transfer their pas sengers at this place IoRocERIEsAlways And The Best Give us a Trial Order Z o ZVVtj en MILLER BL-i a II tJ V1J ttiV Dr llobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf Office Moved Dr C J Bales has removed bis office JoplinstunlitureGreen property as his residence Moved to Town Speedwellbitsville Atlantic railroad and has moved his family to town having rented the Pickets residence ori Third street Mall Route Changed On January 1 the Speedwell mall route was changed from Eutill on the L t N to Brassfleld on the L A The change makes a difference of sev Rivlugtheservice Good Corn Win Hendren of Kirksville sent the CLIMAX this week ten ears of prize corn It is a fine sample and would be goodcorn in any year Several farm era between Paint Lick and Silver Creek say that their last years corn crop was not much below the average Mail BoxesVThe two mail boxes which were put up last week at the First and Main and Second and Mniii street corners aro appreciated by every business man on this side of the postoflice It beats walking three squares to mail a letter and we long to see the service extend majhaveenjoy The mail is taken up three times each day at 5 a iii 11 a in and 7 p mVGirl Shot by a Reckless Lad Miss Millie Gnmes aced 14 was shot Friday by Clarence Hughes aged 12 at Asbury College Wilmore The girl was walking across the College Cam pus when the boy ordered her to get off or go fast She replied she would get off when she was ready lIe pulled a 22calibre pistol such fired The bul let struck her wrist anti ranged up tho arm Clarence Hughes is the son of Kev J W Hughes principal of As bury College Attacked by a Mad Dog A special from Owingsrille to the Cincinnati Post says Col Galewood of Montgomery placelastmad dog which tore him from his bi ycle and badly lacerated both arms and one hand He secured a madstone which adhered to the wounds for three hours Col Gatewood is well known in Mad ison county and his many friends are hopeful that tho madstoiie will have the desired effect New School oardV Owing to some misnnderitanding of the laws governing the election of school Unities the election in Noverr ber was declared oIL Tliis left the City Board of Education with but two members as the term of four had ex pired The old Board was therefore compelled to recommend the names of their successors to the City Council for election and the following gentlemen were chosen to serve until the next regular election W H Douglas R C Stockton O A Taylor and John All man Will not be Closed At the request of Representative Gil bert the Chief of Engineers has or tiered the work of lepairing the locks and darns of the Kentucky river post poned until late in the summer The announcement that it was the intention of the War Department to begin this work at once caused many protests to be made owing to the fact that the work would obstruct river navigation Sir Gilbert communicated witu the Chief of Engineers on the subject and succeeded in convicin tho department that the work should be allowed to go over until the summer season Flattering Prospects Tho Walters Collegiate Institute opened again last Thursday with very encouraging prospects Several new students weie matriculated Monday and there will be more to come in within the next few da3s Under the splendid management of Profs Edgar and Huut the young men of the school are doing sOnic excellent work and the patrons are highly delighted with their success The school is well supplied with apparatus and library All it needs is a little time and the support of the p ole of the county to make it the most thorough school of Its kind in the country Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It lies been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it lies determined to allow discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu micatin gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to 175 teBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not he allowed to allY person who fails to pay his gas hill on or before the 10 of each month at tho office or who is indebted to tile company for water All deliu quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 19C1dcc 4 If Still Active at Ninety A D hamilton of Why Not Ky Is visiting W F demons and wife at Nealton Mr Hamilton is nearly nine tone years old and rode a distance of eeen miles on the 5th of November to place the stamp under the feet of the gamest rooster on earth to help swell the Democratic plurality of old Kentucky for the 70th time lIe has lived to see four generations of his pro geny Hon Henry Hamilton of Qua nah Texas and Mrs Delina McGuiro widow of the late Capt J B McGuire of Beattyville are bis only surviving children He is the grandfather of Mrs W F demons of this county He is the oldest Mason in Lee county and one of the oldest in the State Has been a consistent member of the Church of Christ lot sixtysir years and was with Alexander Campbell in tho 40ii when ho debated with the Rev Mr Rice at Lexington While he Is yet able tovisit at tires he isevident ly very near the sunset of life and will soon enter into the portals for which be has striven so long Jessamine Jour nat Mr Hamilton is well krown In Richmond having niter viaited his rel ative Ur Jas Hamilton of the Mad son Monumental works A Jj Tharp proprietor of a loading saloonjin TUt Sterling filed a petition in bankruptcy The failure waa awr pr1se1 X Creat reCoUBforts FOR COLD DAYS The man who would dress comfortably for cold weather will find in our stock every article needed from a ten cent pair of Ear Muffs to a twentyfive dollar Overcoat and always a positive guarantee of full value for every dollar left in our store Warm Winter Suits Moving out fast but still a big assortment for yourseclectionAstonishing values in Heavy Winter Suits at 500 600 650 and 800 theirsuperiorcannotbe perfectfittingfashionable Sizes to fit all shapes and a competent tailor always ready to improve fit when neces saryCold Proof Overcoats possiblearehigh turn up collars at 55 6 8 10 1250 and up Warm Felt Boots Overshoes Rubber Boots Heavy Winter Shoes Comfortable Socks Caps Gloves Mufflers WarmV Work CoatsA- nd everything else thats good and reliable in cold weather garments Covington Bonks Headtofoot Outfitters for Men or Boys Daughters of The Confederacy The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet Friday afternoon at 230 with Mrs J M Poyntz A full attendance is requested The Citys Evil Doers Chief of Police Allraan furnishes the CLIMAX the following figures showing what the city officers have done during the last year The total number of arrests for the year was 463 divided as follows Illegal sale of whiskey 1 furnishing whiskey to minors 1 indecent conduct 12 selling cigarettes without license 3 breach of the peace 133 gambling all kinds 46 plain drunk 115 drunk and disorderly IOU jumping on moving trains 3 carrying concealed weapons 22 street walking 13 opening saloons on Sunday 2 cru elty to animals 2 This shows that for a town of its size Richmond is very quiet and peaceable The totals show less than five hundred arrests during the year and when the big hauls of the court days circus days and other big times are taken out they do not leave much for the town to be responsible for- Three Mado a Crowd When a young man goes driving with his best girl he does not often care to have a third party present On account of being the third party on a buggy ride near Waco last week a young man whose name has never been learned came near losing his life A young man from Garrard county was visiting relatives in that section and one night he was returning from a party with a young lady by his side Ho stopped his horse for some reason and so quickly did the vehicle stop that the unknown who was on the back of the buggy suddenly pitched forward against the young man and his girl The hero drew his trusty weapon and fired four shots at the then retreating intruder but without effect It was afterwards learned that the stranger had ridden for two or three miles behind the buggy and had prob ably heard a column or more of private conversation but as the joke is on him now he will never tell Committee Appointed President Harry McCarty of the Kentucky Press Association has an nounced the special committee that is to look after matters legislative in which the K P A is vitally concerned at Frankfort this winter The committee is constituted as fol lows Hon John H Westover Will iamslown chairman lIon Win H Jones of Glasgow Chas M Meacham of Hopkinsville Chas H Lewis of Shelbyville J MAllen of Oynthlana- E W Lillard of Danville All these gentlemen have signified in advance thnt they will accept and serve Chair man Westover in a few days will issue- a call for a committee meeting at Frank fort in conjunction with the officers and executive committee of the associ ation when a plan of action will be agreed upon The purposes for which the commit tee is organized is to secure the pass age of a legal advertising law to amend tho libel laws and to urge an adequate appropriation for creditable representation of Kentucky at the Louisina Pur chase Exposition next year Eight girls in the Industrial School for Girls at Indianapolis started a riot Friday and broke wladowr and de stroyed other property sad were only- eubdud fer beingM ked wIth water from the flra hcee lTo the Fray Hon C Ij Searcy Representative of Madison county left Saturday morn lug for Frankfort to be on hand at the opening of tue Legislature lIe was followed yesterday by Messrs H H Colyer W D Oldhara J C Lackey W H Douglas J T Cobb C E Woods and John F Wagers and sever al other prominent Democrats who went down to put in a few words for Mr McCreary AH the gentlemen seemed confident of success and seemed to think it was all over but the shout hog Changed Hands Capt S F Rock formerly editor of the Register has retired the plant having been leased by Messrs Clyde Hart and T Hood Little who took charge of the office yesterday morning Both are well known and popular young men and will doubtless make strong combination in tbe journalistic field Mr Hart the Business Manager is a newspaper man 9fwldl experience having been in the business about fifteen years For the last six years be Las been connected with the CLIMAX and while this office sue tains quite a loss in his departure yet it congratulates him on bis entrance to a broader field Mr Little who will be the new editor takes up the work for the first time for which be is emi nently fitted lIe is a graduate of Ceo tral University and is a young man of excellent business qualities He knows everybody in the county Capt Rock retires to devote his whole time to his railroad work on the L A extension Mr T H Pickets the former city editor of the Register also retires temporarily from tho field of journalism but his friends hope it will not be for long Nino Teachers for Thirty Pupils At the last meeting of the Board of education the question of the colored schools was discussed at lengths It will be remembered that the Board elected Prof D M Russell principal last August This was objected to by many of the colored people and in order to oust Prof Russell the colored trustees who were appointed ten 3 ears ago met and chose Prof JD White as principal When the day to open school camo both principals were on hand and after worrying along for sev eral days without any satisfaction in teaching and no hope of remuneration for his services Prof White retired The colored people then instituted a boycott ngelnst the school which has in away been very successful The Board has ignored their foolishness un til recently but Mit is praying very expensive to the city something had to be done At the last meeting it was decided to dismiss the janitor of the building and five of tbe teachers who had nothing to do The school has bad nine teachers and a janitor Tbe taller drew twenty dollars per month for his services while all the teachers drew regular teachers salaries For severalweeks the average attendance hasbeen about thirty when it should have been at least three hundred The faculty as it flow stands is J D M Russell principal Hisses Minnie Ben nettMaggleBroaddBsandltettiePhelps The patrons of the school claim that Prof Ruseell is incompetent but we are told that he is tbe only colored teacher in the county who holds a State Teachers certificate The mule tlraws the 1innt aCt11 tOJpathjI Q J fS PERSONAL Mr S A Wallaceof Lexington was in the city Monday Mire Mollie Mershon of Stanford is visiting Mrs Wm Rice Miss Alice Duerson has moved to her new home on Aspen Avenue Mrs W A Eisenhart lias returned from a visit to relatives in Danville Mr J W Cole of Huntington W Va is the guest of Mr B Lee Davis Miss Earl Chcnault of Richmond is the guest of Miss Tevis Carpenter Interior Journal Mr B L Middlelon has returned from a visit to relatives in Shelbyville Miss Angelino Cobb of Danville is the guest of Miss Rosa Mary Moberley- Dr Land man the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday Jan 15 Miss Pattie Lctton of Paris is visiting Mrs R A Woolums on time Sum mittMrsJ Stone Walker and Miss Car lisle Walker were fn Louisville last weekMrs H G Turnei was the guest of Mrs Louise Elgin in Georgetown last week Editor Robert Friend of Irvine was in town Monday shaking hands with his friends Mr and Mrs E V Elder and children have returned from a visit to rel atives in Bowling Green Miss Mattie Smith has returned from Georgetown whore she was the guest of Miss Alice Chenault Miss Elizabeth Blanton of Cyn thiana was the guest of her aunt Mrs C S Holton last week Prof and Mrs Robertson of Den ning N 11 were the guest of Prof H H Brock several days last week Miss Elizabeth G Barbour has returned to Louisville after a tO weeks visit to Dr and Mrs L G Barbour Mrs David Chenault Sr of Richmond has been visitingher daughter Mrs J W Elmore Central Record Misses Georgia Powell and Rhoda and Ellen Gilbert are guests at a house party given by Miss Alma Young at Becknerville Miss Mabel Lotion who has been visiting for several weeks in Falmouth left that place yesterday for Chicago to visit friends Mrs William Taylor and family have returned from a visit to her mother in Richmond She las as her guest Mr Robert Taylor of Richmond Lexing ton Herald Prof J Harry Hendren who has been teaching in the county for sever al months returned to Louisville last week where he will finish his course in the Hospital College of medicine Mr and Mrs A H Severance leave today for Wilmore where Mr Severance has rented a farm Their friends here give them up with much regret but wish them happiness and prosperity in their new home Inter JournalMr Cobb County Attorney of Madison county and Mr Clarence E Woods the brilliant Richmond journalist were here Friday to take notes of tho franchise for the electric railroad through Woodford ounty as revised by County Attorney Davis Woodford SunThe marriage is announced for February 5th of Mr John Lisle McCord of Lexington and Miss Ella Reid Prew itt of Montgomery county Mr Mc Cord is one of Lexingtons most prom ising young men Miss Prewitt is I daughter of Mr Allen Prewitt of Mont gomery county Prof and Mrs J Will McGarvey Miss Rey and Mr Earl McGarvey came though the city to day on the way from Columbia Ky where they have been for the holidays with Mrs McGarveys parents They were on the way to their home in Richmond Ky and were accora pained by several young ladies coming to enter Madison Female Institute Leader Messrs Leslie Rice Emmett Million and Reyburn Rucker a trio of genial andcharming society gents of Rich mond came to Falmouth last Friday afternoon to attend the hop that night and were so favorably impressed with our fair little city and her fairer daugh ters that they remained until Sunday and It was then with reluctance that they shook the dust of our city from their feet AsFjto the impress they made on several susceptible young hearts this deponent sayeth not What would a society belle or beau think if she or he were asked to walk 15 miles with only a few minutes breathing time at intervals It would deem a hardship and indeed some thing preposterous even ia the company most agreeable of all Imagine yourself starting out gaily and cheer fully to walk from here to Georgetown Versailles or Nicholasvillo in one afternoon or evening and yet to be consistent it would seem that the dancers ought to be able considering what they accomplish in one evening at a ball to do away with traction lines bicycles vehicles or team cars and depend upon time powers of locomotion nature has given them exclusively These comments are easily explained by the article which follows copied from a London special in the Chicago RecordHerald with the head 15 miles of Dancing Now that the season of house parties and dances has begun society maidens are more amused than alarmed at the published statement of a very serious and eminent medical man on the Bub ject of dancing But whet he says is Interesting Ho has been making care ful calculations and says the average waltz takes dancers over three quarters ofa mile The square dance represents a dance of half a mile and tne two stop between two and three miles Therefore the evening ball means a tour of something like fifteen mil- esRELiO1OUS A nnion prayer meeting will bo held this evening at time Baptist church All the ministers are requested to take part in the services and everybody is cordially invited Dr C K Marshall pastor of the Bowling Green Christian cburcb has decided to go to Monterey Mexico to make his borne and will leave for that country some time in February Rev Hugh McLellaa has accepted a call to the Mt Zion Church He will preach every Sunday afternoon but the new work will in no way interfere with his work here in town The people of bit Zion Church are lobe con gratulated oa securing such a man as Mr McLella M tlieir pastor as he has few equals ia the pulpit At the tjnmuHori G Elder Z X Swewwy ifee Tabernacle Ghrwiiaa Sunday Sctoool of Indfmupoli bad a c t novel plan of celebrating the first Christmas of the Twentieth Century Eah child was asked to write a sues sags to Ihe Sunday School as it will be 100 years hence All the messages will be delivered to the assistant super intiindent and hermetically sealed in a utrong copper box which will be passed from one superintendent to an other until the first Christmas in 200C Dr R E Douglas of NIcholasville hall accepted a call to the pastorate of the Fiiet Presbyterian Church of Ma con Georgia and will leave for his new field the first of Febrnf ry The Morning Herald of last Saturday says It will be with a mingled feeling of pleasure and regret that Dr Douglass friends will hear of his removal from Kentucky to Georgia Tho church to whch he goes is one of the largest and most influential of the Presbyterian Charches in the South and will furnish hint a much broader field of work and wider sphere ot influence than is pos sible in a city of the size of Nicholas yule so that his friends will rejoice for his sake He has however endeared himself to his congregation and to many not members of his congregation nor even members of his church that they will regret that his duty leads him to leave Kentucky under any circum stances and hope that It will not be long before he returns to the state of his birth MATRIMONIALItAvIsCoLChas China Cole were married at Berea ThursdayRENFEOMULLExSBUd Renfro and Miis Niley Mullens both of this county were married Wednesday POBTWOODCAIN Thomas Port wood and Mollie Cain both of Waco were married last Thursday at the home of Wesley Conners near Waco WINKLERMuURAYWiilIam Wink ler and Miss Lucy Murray both of Runyon Grove were married on De comber 31 Rev Jeff Tribble officia tedIIzaDuExBrowRaymond Hen dren of Garord county and Miss Elsie Brown of Kirksville were uni ted in marriage at the home of the bride last Thursda- yPowELLKxuLxA A Powell of LaGrange who is 7 feet 7 and is known every where in the State as tbe Kentucky giant was married Friday to Miss Mattie Kerlin of the same place Miss Kerlin height is 4 feet 5 inches HURSTSEAL Robert Hurst of Ibis city and Miss Mittie Seal of Boone ville were married by County Judge McGuire in Beattyville last Wednesday The bridal party arrived safely at home Thursday eveningMr Hurst who is one of the well known firm of Hurst Bros is a popular young man and the CLIMAX joins his other friends in congratulation- sIIAxxBOiioNMr Owen R Mann and Miss Nancy Bohon formerly of Harrodsburg were married by Rev W O Goodloe at the latters home at North Vernon Ind last week Mr Mann is a son of Mr J B Mann of Hnrrodsburg and was student at Central University several years ago He is now a traveling salesman for W nB lknapCoof Louisvill- eBUnxt35GnAnnyLast evening a beautiful wedding took place in Cov lu ton The bride and groom worn Miss Jessie Graddy daughter of Mr and Mrs J M Kennedy and Hon Edmund Tult Burnam of Richmond Ky son of Judge Curtis Burnam The ceremony was performed by Rev Mr MeXeil in time bay windowof the draw ing room Belleaos orchestra played Mendelssohns grand march The lib bon bearers Messrs Graddy and John Kennedy designated the bridal path WILy and the men of honor Messrs Anthony Rollins Burnam of St Louis George Burnam Beatty Warner and Gus Brooks formed a circle around the improvised altar where the groom awaited his brido with his best man Pt of John Burnam of Cincinnati Uni versity The maid of honor Miss Wil Ho Kennedy preceded her bride sis ter who followed with her father She wore her mothers bridal gownrich white corded silk en traine corsage low adorned with a rare lace bertha and orange blossoms and real lace veil fastened with the same bloom and car sled valley lilies Cincinnati Enquirer January 1st DEATHS TODD Mrs Polka Todd wife of Tal ton Todd of London died Friday De cember 27 1001 at the residence of James Todd near this city Mrs Todd was about thirty years of age and was an estimable young woman She had suffered of consumption for many monlbs and her death was not a sur prise Her husband and one child are left to mourn her loss LANOFOHD Mr Daniel Langford one of the oldest and best known citi zens of the county died suddenly at his home near Clays Ferry last Sat urday Mr Langford was seventy three years of age and quite active for his years He suffred a stroke of par alysis a few days ago and died shortly alter The burial took place Monday in the family burying ground Mr IaD ford leaves three children W A Langford of this city Mrs Gumm of Fayette county and Tim Langford ot Clay a Ferry COSBY Mr William Cosby died at lila home near this city Saturday after a few days illness of pneumonia He was a son of Mr Ed Cosby the well known farmer and was about thirty five years of age and unmarried The burial took place at Red House Sunday afternoon Mr Cosby WAS a well Jjnown farmer and etock trader He had been in bad health fora long time tnd was accustomed to speudint a peat deal of time in tbe South Expo f ure to the cold about two weeks ago Illought on the pneumonia which in his weakened condition he was not ibIs to throw off By his death the county loses a spledid citizen GUy Editor Mr L Parker Adams who has for Jwo years held the position ot Secretary jo Judge Million has returned to the Pantograph having taken the position if City Editor last Monday morning Mr Adams is a hustler and will keep up the news department of tbe Pants raph to a high standard of excellence ICHr Cay was a crowd in towa Ionday and business in all lines was fairly good Norris Bros reported about 650 head of cattle on at Iheir yards and the Madison stock yards about I900 Cattle brought fair paic- eesafrom 2 to 5 cents A few sleep eefed The merchants all were UlfeieSjwUh tiifir tfcare of traO M it tor JwHwr rIdoeKnit take ayntmtte to MM opee a 0 Cumberland Vieyr This place is located on the Old State Road better known as time Big Hill pike four miles from the city It de- rIves its name from the beautiful view of the Cumberland Mountains only a few miles distant Toward the East and South this ranee of mountains ex tends for miles plainly seen from this place and look like a wall or curtain of a dark bluish hue and tho contour of the mountains are plainly seen and the thick forests which grow on their sides are distinctly discernable which makes a beautiful view to the general landscape The mountains in their grandeur and tbe beautiful landscape or panoramic view of such scenes gave the writer his inspiration when he wrote My Old Kentucky Home Towards the North and West the view is somewhat limited but many country homesteads are perceived and several large forests give tone or prestige to the view The residence ia a large twostory brick and the facade or front has a large portico of time Greek architecture which gives dignity to the whole structure It is located only a short distance from the public thor oughfare and has in front a large lawn studdedwith many beautiful flowers and shrubbery It it one of the best country residences in the county or the Commonwealth and is the homestead of several hundred acres of the best improved land in tbe county It was formerly the home of Alexander Trib ble deceased who built the handsome residence some quarter of a century ago It is now the home of Mr Thomas Chenault and family who is a scion of one of the oldest families of the county and one of the most energetic and pro gressive farmers of the State The an casters of Mr Chenault and of the large Chenault family were pioneers of the county and have figured high so daIly religiously and poliiically in the affairs of the county and State and have filled many places of trust and honor Hon John B Cbenault Assistant Auditor Frankfort is a son of Mr Chenault The Chenault family have long been noted for their friendliness and hospitality and have been for two genera tions a very potent factor on the political complexion of tho county Old Madson of historic fame Thy son arc the bravest Thy daughters are the fairest Thy homes are the dearest Of any of the Old Kentucky Homes EDWIN BROWN They Pound us Out We were rather surprised and much gratified at the large number of tIme friends of the CLIMAX who dropped in to see us on Court Day Having so re cently moved it would seem that many who were accustomed to call on us would not take the trouble to hunt us np in our new quarters But there were as many if not more of our friends of long standing who came in to wish us a prosperous New Year and renew their subscriptions Our door is always open and we extend a cordial invita tion to our friends throughout tho county to call and see us The CLIMAX vIsits your homes fifty two a year and therefore expects a return call occa sionally Notice Teachers and chairman of Board of Trustees I desire to admonish you of your duty in making reports and filing some in the office of county Supt The law makes it the duty ot the teach er within ten days after the close of the school to make a term report pre sent it to the Chairman who shall examine it and if correct he shall make Chairmans Annual reports place it in the hands of the teacher to be delivered to the County Supt and which must be done before the last months salary can be paid There are yet sev eral annual reports not filed Teachers should see to it that this report is made and filed before asking for their last months pay T William Wagers Supt Increased Appreciation At the last meeting of the City Council it was unanimously decided to make time appropriation to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary S500 this year Last year the city granted SlOG for this good work which hardly paid for the service received from the institution Some time ago it was decided by the Board in charge ot the Infirmary that they would have to close the doors if it did not have more support from the city and county This increased appro priation should therelore meet the approval of all public spirited citizens who know the good the Infirmary has done here and the money it has saved he county The Infirmary is not a money making thing as some people have ignorantly thought The ladies who have it in charge saw the need of such an institution several years ago and set to work to establish it They have labored long and hard and have sacrificed much for it and now that its usefulness Is proven it should have the support that it justly deserves Sworn In The new county officers were sworn in Monday morn ing and we have as we have always had the best set of officers in the State They are all men of experience in public life and the affairs of the county will prosper in their hands There will be no change in the Sheriffs deputies as Messrs R W Colyer Joe Terrill and E H Bybee will remain with Mr Wagers Deputies R B Ter rill and Chas Rayburn have been transferred from the Circuit Clerks office to the office of the County Clerk Mr James Wagers is Deputy Circuit Clerk A woman said to have been mint uated with an actor walked down the center aisle of a crowded Washington theatre and on reaching the end of it placed a bottlo ot poison to her lips and drank the contents dying in a short white When the excitement was over the play proceeded It is said that the Chinese make it an invariable rule to settle all of their debts on New Years day Then the Chinese do tint thing at least that is worthy of univesal ImnitationBour- bosiNews IBuzzard Mosby was loaded in jan Lexington Wedae day charged with UK mardec of Je N Hawkuw He was CMghl nearNichelasvllle The love ot WOROV Hi what makes a man root The ilreetw y to get rich in to quit being poor No sensible man will get angry be cause a newspaper man asks him for money due A dun is not an impeach ment of a subscribers integrity but simply an outcropping of a publishers necessity For instance a thousand men owo a publisher from one tc four dollars each He has to ask them aU- to help pay expenses Instead of getting angry and stopping his paper time subscriber might thank tIre publisher for waiting on him so patiently and exert himself borrow money on interest if necessary to pay up when lack of the funds owed by delinquents keep the printer on the anxious seat fiftytwo weeks of the year Give a horse what water he will drink and he will live twentyfive days without food he will live seventeen days without either food or drink and only five days with food and depriycd of water In a review of the financial situation for the put year Philip King dwells particularly upon the great prosperity of the iron steel end coal industries During the present quarter he says time United States Steel Corporation is earning about 12000 a month TO eras A COLD nr ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund time money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents The only work some people ever do IB to work on the sympathy of others New Certtury Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort in Buckles Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best Pile cure on earth Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store When you break a good resolution dont try to patch it up It is easier to make a now one Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Ute at once the remedy that stopped it for Mrs NA Webster of Winnie Va she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I had suffered from tor two years Cure Headache Constipation Biliousness 25c at Perry Thomas drug store IJanlm Many a friendship has been severed by the price mark on a present Dr Whites Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building Mrs OREA C HART State Agent 27feblyr The fellow who drops into poetry should be careful to land on his feet Slakes Weak Women Strong I have taken your REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC I know it is best Tonic ever made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enougliMrs 0 D Picker jug Olney 111 For sale by B L Middleton 51unely The post should find it dead easy to writ an epitaph Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Many a true word spoken in jest is taken in deadly earnest Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one day Pleas ant to take Price The Secretary to Mr Justice Brewer II S Supreme Court says Half a bollle of Hanna Rheumatism Remedy cured me of an attack of rheumatism After three doses of time remedy 1 was free from painF J Haig For sale at B L Middletons Drug store 202 Main street tf Time play with a short run is seldom puffed Finds way to Live Long Time startling announcement of a Dis covery that will surely lengthen life is made fay editor O II Downey of Olin rubnsco Ind I wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Discov for Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have over known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its in valuable to people with weak lungs Having this wonderful medicine no one need dread Pneumonia or Consumption Us relief is Instant and cure certain Perry Thomas druggist Guarantee every boo and SlOO bottle and give trial bottles free Many a mans settled opinions are due to the fact that his wife settled them 2500000 Given Away In the past year Dr R V Pierce has given away copies of his great work The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser at an expense to him of f23 00000 exclusive of postage This standard book on medicine and hyceine contains 1008 pages and more than 700 illustrations It treats of the greatest and gravest problems of human life in simple English from a common sense point of view It answers those ques tions of sex which linger unspoken up on the lips of youth and maiden It is essentially a family book and its advice in a moment of sudden illness or accident may be the means of say ing a valuable life This great work is sent absolutely free on receipt of stamps to defray the cost of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for tho book in paper binding or 31 stamps for cloth covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y It ia sometimes hard to distinguish between time peacemaker and time busy body The Spirit ol Winter The Spirit of Winter is with ns mak ing its known hi many differ cut wayssometimes by cheery sun shine and glistening snows and some timesby driving winds and blinding storms To many people it seems to take a delight in making bad things worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh becomes more annoying time many symp toms of scrofula are developed and ag gravated There ia not much poetry in this but there is trrth and it is a wonder that more people dont get rid of these ailments The medicine that cures Ihern Hoods Sarsaparllla is easily obtained and there is abundant proof that its cures are radical and permanent 1m The great trouble about accepting fa yore is that they are merely loaned ThIs tlfsataro U on every box of the tenutne Laxative BrocnoQuinine T WH- Ik reraedj that rare a cola tm one Mr A blaae Tioga says be wouldnt give a fig for a date with a peach TeSter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci instantIyaiIayedbyvery cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles sad a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands cuilblaias frost bifes aa ironic sore eyes 83 cts per box Br Cadis Ceadttfea reipfcn ao jtwt a bofse needs bad cokm Tonic blood pcrifier M4 rerartfage They are Aot bt- ae4tcIaa the beat in twej to pt a bone to prime oondJtton ret 4 o pa L i L Jli1 Iniiii J italic Safai 1J DAILY EX SUNDAY tJ TRAINS LBAVB RICHMOND For V r illesLanrencebur Hhell 8D3L1D byville Louisville and Cincinnati 231Ipm For Irrln 1151am f Fur allIleriCre S0 pm J TRAINS AnniV ntCHMOND ProD IonI HU Lexington and nMam 82SpmFromFrmUHI i Creek 839 am C M BBWKIKQ Ofn Mgr Go to D P ARMERS forth largest stock and lowest prices in lewelrv Line cti6nw r OnE LIVES AR5 SAVED BY t IJtG i1GUvUI11JItGrr iptlcn Csigns and Cows r y Mi Clher 1hroat Aad I CT Soaciiks Combined cttl roedicino positively rIon Coughs Colds y Pneumonia Hay l irifpe rSearseness- Crcuo arid Whooping TCyrSE KG PAY P1 3ottlo Free make W Geo On Jelliesieierv s and athin PUREREFINEDPARAFFINE Will lwp them a15O1flt17 moisture and add proof Pure Belll1ed lara1l1ne laalAo raefu in dozen other ways about As booae JFull direction In aach pactold evarywbers STANDARD CiLOO o Ai COLL AL1 We have a COAL YARD on are to the at the price We the ville Coal which has no on the Prompt ser Give us a cal- lllttyi11o o1 Phone JACK Mgr Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers Yards have been cnlarjrd and w the point the Kutern market West point Eatt of the for Baltimore Washing Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good huyon always in for export cattle and all other kinds of stoek- Consignments for Comtui8 ion firms given prompt ttentlon Private Horse Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr 81cclv M1a6o LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The nearly 8 enrs oMlInd hs a greater premium irU to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company Y The Amount Paul in Living RcnQIs 562000d Amount Placed in Unverse and S3G50UO- Anyoae desiring an Investment yielding large returns life this Company otters special advantages s l 7S S7VUTH BOlA 7VmN V ci LEXINQTON KY 4iMIlL A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ey s tCC S Ifc E SMITH Pre F E BAIRD Sec and TroasJ I Af WARE General wi z Tie Jfci tailf SUre Y Co sIncorporated f CONTRACTt Jw The BEST because it 6wiII you the i Most Money It is If is no L on it J t It req to i Jefferillson in t+ + fj The b NEW and under can sell yon Floor every 18th week IfAtrial will prove the of an in The A rfcIII J The Mutual Life Insurance Co OF KENTUCKY and Kentucky l 1ORGANIZED 1866 W Morris President I VPresident Ii 1Goo Merriwether Secy OJ OJ W Morrifl i W W VicePresidont Ins Steadinan Medical John J M Capitalist IHrnrv W Barret Real Estate pickles spread coaling of a just opened NEW Aspen Avenue and prepared furnish best Coal celebrated Beatty equal market full weight co octlS12w rearranged- It nearest tn distributing Mississippi attendance Sales r1 Wherein Company is Surplus daring SECRETARY Manager BEST because there high ratio 3 1 for J business our If Books fI jires LESS money com JJthan any Lompany JcUcrson Its Contract Irtnflyuround Xtaitlaci wisdom Investment Jefferson J rr IiI t Home Office Fifth Market Streets Louisville IN 1m Hite 30 1lea Jilts McHenry Attorney 11 Allen C Priest lowest handle vice Weekly Joseph Pettus Treas TasB Steadinan Med Dir Geo M Boone Actuary I ThirtyFifth SemiAnnual Statement June J90J fff Iijj1DIRECTORS Admitted Assets 3029475 Surplus 200015 President Secretary1oDirector ActuaryIBnrford flUItotipItaIIstV Jfv FREEMAN Clin FirstNationalAttilla Cox President Columbia Fl nanco and Trnst Co John AV TrustSafetyM l Marble3VorkoChas VElmond Tress Louisville Tin oVSlova Co ir J C Beck JrjAgit State Bank Trust Co t MISS HELEN M STONE It Is Reported That the Captive Mis slonary Has Been Released London Jan 3A dispatch to the Central News from Vienna says a report has been received there via Sofia to the effect that Miss Helen M Stone the captive American missionary has been released The report lacks con firmation Washington Jan 3The state department officials say they have no recent news bearing on the case ot Miss Stono and therefore can not confirm the dispatch from London that she has been released At the same time such a consummation of tho efforts in her behalf would not be surprising as the latest information received here shows that responsible parties are In communication with tho brigands who hold her captive and that the latter know these parties have all the money that can be raised with which to ransom tho captives MAJ EGAN EXONERATED The Findings of the Court Martial Recently Held In Salt Lake Salt Lake Utah Jan 3The find- Ings of the court martial recently held in this city for tho purpose of trying Maj Peter n Egan post surgeon at Fort Douglass charged with neglect of duty In failing to give proper treatment to soldiers under his charge has Just become known It completely ex oncrates the major The verdict however Is disapproved by Col Sanno commanding the department of the Colorado who administers a severe reprimand to Maj Egan and says that the invalid soldiers in question did not receive the treatment they had a right to expect Maj Egan it is said will make an appeal to AdJL Gen Cor bin FOUND FOR THE DEFENDANT The Case of Lltchtleld Glass and Bot tllng Co Against Thos Starr Springfield Ill Jan IIn the Unit ed States court Thursday Judge Hum phrey found for tho defendant in the case of tho Litchfield Glass and Bottling Co against Thomas Starr of Muncie Ind who had secured an in junction restranlng the company from disposing of its capital stock or the products of tho plant The company asked to have tho injunction dissolved but Judge Humphrey held for the de fendant and only dissolved that portion of the injunction which restrained the company from disposing of its pro ducts GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY Settlers Wanted in Northern Minne sota and North Dakota St Paul Minn Jan 3The Great Northern railway has begun ah exten sive campaign among the farmers of Indiana and Illinois and other states of the central west with the object of securing settlers for Northern Minnesota and North Dakota On March 23 April 1 and April S a rate of will be made from St Paul and Minneapolis to the principal points in Northern Minne sota and North Dakota- DEPORTING CHINAMEN TwentyOne at Ogdenburg N Y Ordered to Be Sent Out Ogdensburg N Y Jan 3 Commis sioner Gray ordered the deportation of 21 Chinamen they having unlawfully entered the country Thursday Ap peals are being filed in each case Fortyfive Chinamen are now at the county Jail awaiting the action of the higher court Of 89 Chinamen exam ined during the quarter the dismissal of 23 has been ordered and thc deportation nf 66 has been sustained The Fund Has Been Raised Chicago Jan 3Thealumni of Al legheny college Meadville Pa are rejoicing that the 300000 building and endowment fund has been raised The news of the completion of the subscrip tion was received here in a telegram from President Wm H Crawford President McKinley was a stuacnt at Allegheny college when ho Joined the union army Big Blaze at Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay AVls Jan 3FireThursday evening destroyed the John H Allan Seed Cos seed house H Cochems warehouse used by the GoodmanHarries Co also seed men and the Falk Buchan warehouse The total loss Is estimated at 40000 the bulk of which falls on the Allan Co Judge Elliott Died Suddenly Milwaukee Wls Jan 3Judge Eu gene S Elliott of the circuit court ot suddenlyThursday the rooms of the Milwaukee Whist league Mr Elliott was years old and a prominent mason Oldest Odd Fellow Dead Santa Barbara Cal Jan 3James Davidson the oldest odd fellow in the United States is dead here He was born In West Virginia 89 years ago and became a member ot Franklin lodge at Wheeling on June 17 1838 Yale Team Defeated Minneapolis Minn Jan 3TheMinnesota university basket ball team defeated the Yale team here 33 to 23 nightforthe Y M C A team of that city Depew and Wife Coming Home Nice Jan 3Senator and Mrs Thursdayfor Just within her grasp is safety but she does not see it she is looking the wrong Theres many strugglingin who is doing the same tiling looking the way snatching at medicinal straws when the life buoy Dr riescriptiona woman has testified It I know I should not be alive today but for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription This famous xnedirine regularity dries weakening drains heal inflammation ulceration and cures female weak nessWeak and sick women especially those suffering from diseases of standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y knowthelresaiptlon and your Pleasaut Pellets saya ltookPelletsTb1nI aboutfournil run down had loss of appetite could not At allthetook your medicine jFavorite Prescription mckee reak Acteptnoworks wonders for weak TOOMH irZUIftIi II u WERE MISSED FOR MONTHS Lost Track of Children She Gave Away But Found Them Again Louisville ICy Tin 3After hav ing been missing for a month because their mother who hart given them away did not know where she had left them the two children of Mrs Mary Weinbreiner have been found Mrs Weinbrenner who it Is claimed W3S besotted from drink was found bv the police with only two of her four chil dren They have since been trying to locate the other children and found them with famlles In the Test end that had adopted them The little oaes Lily aged 10 and Henry aged 3 will be left in the homes thus strangely found where they will be taken care of LEFT FOR EUROPE Great Sire May Be Secured There to Take the Place of Esher Lexington Ky Jan 3L N Cam den Jr of the Hartford Stud in Woodford county left Thursday for Europe where he has gone for the sole purpose ot buying a stallion tctnle the place of Imp Esher the wonderfully successful stallion recently deceased Before leaving he stated Unit he had made a vain search In this country for one that would suit him Con sidering the fact that he has unlimited capital at his command a great me from across the pond may be looked for at any moment ASSAULTED TWICE A Young Man of Petersburg Ky At tacked By An Unknown Man Petersburg Ky Jan 3Burthel A Pease a young resident was assault ed In the vestibule of his parents home Thursday morning or Wednes day night by an unknown Thursday evening Pease recovered enough to call upon his affianced Miss Blanche Green who lives on upper Pike street and as he was passing a lonely spot a man stepped out and struck at him with a sand bag Pease dodged and tho weapon struck him across the breast He pulled a pistol and fired several shots at the fleeing form of the wouldbe assassin but missed A UNIQUE GIFT A Watch Guard Mode From the Tan ned Skin of a Groundhog Frankfort Ky Jan 3 Secretary of State C Brek Hill was made the recipient of a most unique gift Thursday by the democratic committee ol Pike county Representative Lawson brought the gift and it is a groundhog watch guard or chain b lcB made from the tanned skin of thj or dinary ground hog that does so much weather predicting on February 2 and Mr Hill is proudly wearing liE chain and Is In fine humor over the message that came with It Left to the Colonels Frankfort Ky Jan 3Gov Beck ham issued an order Thursday through Adjt Gen Murray to the colonels of the state guard regiments authorizing them to grant discharges to private soldiers except where there is a judgment for dishonorable discharge This was done to relieve the governor of the large amount of work necessary to pass on the discharges A Deputy Marshal Saunidersdeputy marshal for this district vice Met James resigned This leaves the post office contest with J H Happy and Wallace Mason the present in cumbent and the odds are in Happys favor Kentucky Gas Developments Monticello Ky Jan 3Somerset- Oil Cos Well No5 on the Bertim farm at Sunnybrook was drilled Thursday At a depth of 750 feet there was a good showing for a fine well Guffy Galey Co struck a pocket of gas at Parnell Thursday Bitten By a Mad Dog Mt Sterling Ky Jan 3Col Gate wood youngest son of Jim Gatewood of Ewington was attacked by a mad dog and his arm was severely lacerated The young man was at once ta ken to Olympia Ky where a mad stone adhered for several hours Yearlings Shipped Lexington Ky Jan 3Frank Van meter shipped five head of yearlings from his stable in this city for Louis ville Thursday night where they go Into winter quarters for the purpose of training Released on Bond Henderson Ky Jan 3District President James D Wood and Vice President Kit Barnaby of the Miners union were released from Jail Thurs day morning on bonds Wedded at the Age of 75 Years Henderson Ky Jan 3Elijah Sel lers aged 75 Thursday night married Mrs Annie Vogel aged 44 The aged groom is one of the most extensive land owners in the state- Homeopathists Organize Hopklnsvllle Ky Jan 3The homeopathic physicians of Western Kentucky met at Princeton Thursday A medical society was organized Fell Into An Open Cellar Way Versailles Ky Jan 3Mrs Cordle A Dale aged 60 fell into an open cellar way in the dark fracturing her hip and probably causing fatal injuries The population of the Philippines is stated at 10000000 Child Worth Millions My child is worth millions to me says Mrs Mary Bird of harrisburg Pa yet I would havo lost her by croup bad I not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure One Min uta Cough Cure is sure cure for coughs croup and throat and lung troubles An absolutely eafs cough cure which acts immediately The youngest chidt can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste and remem her how often it helped them Every tamily should have a bottle of Our Minute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be needed suddenly PERKY THOMAS Orvillo Lawson who left Louisville under a cloud last summer is expected home this week a satisfactory settlement with creditors having been made by Bareford Lawson and the firm having ben discharged in bankruptcy Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extreme ly painful and if neglected often re suit in blood poisonIng Children are especially liable to such mishaps because not BO careful As n remedy Do unequalledsoon heals tin wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles Do mybabygave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were bad she soiled two to five dresses a dafi Pmutr ThoMAs The Alaskan boundary dispute is to be taken up directly between Lord Pauncefote and Secretary Hay When this is done the way wilt bo cleared for U e settlement of all controversies be tween the United glfttw tnd Great Britain ml CanadaIV- VVV1I J A NOTED RELIC Col John Cunningham Has a Sword That Figured In The Whiskey Rebellion At the ancestral home of Col John Cunningham Rosedale Cunning ham Station says Col Oraddock m tlni Paris KentuckianOitizen is a fine old sword with a beautifully carved ivory handle mounted with an American Eagle head in pure silver with a carved silver guard The blade is war ranted to be of the finest tteel and is ornamented in carved scroll work with an American Kagle end E Phil bus Unuin and oilier historical em blems This sword was won ly Col Cunninghams grandfather Maj Rob ert Cunningham cOIrmanding a Hat tftliun In The Whisky Rebellion in Penneylrauia in 1790 The sword was purchased in Phila delphia at a cost of SG5 It was pro sentcdto Col John Cunningham by his grandmother and he won it when promoted from Captain to Major and from Myjor to Colonel of a regiment of eight companies in the State militia of Bourbon County Ky At that time Col Cunningham wore a lovely uniform of dark blue broadcldth trimmed elab orately with silver Vince and silver but tons with hadsome eilver tassted epau letts on his shoulders lie wore a tall black silk hat with a black cockade on Iho left side and a brace of pistols In holster While he was Captain the plume was entirely red when promoted to Major he wore a white plume tipped with red and the same as Colonel of the regiment On parade he was mounted upon a fancy Bertram steed a halfbrother to old Woodpeck er From 1842 to 1814 all men in tucky from 18 to 45 years of age llerlyI sulject to military duty Little Bedford and other members of iy were enlisted W E Simms vas a Captain of a company at Ceutervillt Hon Brut J Clay James Kcnniek Squire John Thomas and others were members of tho militia Capt Harry Bedford was Captain of the Borr on Griys W W Bradham was Acju ant of the regiment lion Lucius Deeha was lirigadter General of tho brigade Lexington Leader Noah was one of the earliest aver titers He advertised that he would sail on a certain date Those who didnt believe in advertising failed to get tickets and wore left out in the wet without umbrellas or bathing suits As must of them could not swim they took to the trees and became monkeys The origin of the monkey is now set tied The New York Legislature convened yesterday mid likewise the Maryland Legislature jlI S to A 8 Her Hour I am for tbe Page Wire Fence And will sell any Keep car loads on hand at all tin obred hogs lor sale J Kr Zmayly TilE KNOBLE I WATER FILTER POSITIVELY PROOP STYLB Capacity Oat agent amount wanted Also pure Durock Jersey TCOY KIrksTille GERM A new PRAC TICAL and PER FECTFILTERforhome mercial use Wo guarantee our FILTERS to give perfect satisfac then It desired wo will put up a FILTER In your home or office forIa weeks trial to show you merits8ndfor Complete Catalogue TilE KNOBLE FILTER CO J31 ILTCOUSN AV6 CHICAGO ILLS 0 t 11 r crV4 J r1 IV t O en 1 V c3c v 2 p 1j en = n V flNtPtIlslIu JF cc n a e Winter Tourist Rates to Cuba oaPo- ints on the oa And All Inland OU lera W Resorts As well as points in i Texas and California- Via Big Four Route Continuing until April SO 1902 tick ets will he on sale from nil points on the Big Four Utuite good for return passage until Way SI 1902 Take Advsatsfe ot Ike Low Rates aad- aM LMC Sktora Limit For rul1 information and particulars agentsllgdersignedTHOS A GATJBICAN HtintjngtQn W Va 0 = aI- C fn en jaI I- p ti mC- D me 11- sz e L d rA nm c- J ID f11 Uf- J c- LJ M = m cI tD r1 t Cf ZfflEIIJSIN enQIE9 ri The Emperor of China will precede the Empress Dowager to Pekin so thtt he can meet her with great honors on her arrival NERVOUSPROSTRATIONIss How She Was Cured DEAR Mrs PUTKHAM I take pleasure in acknowledging the effects of LydIa E Plnkliams Vegetable Compound In my estimation there is no female remedy to equal it Weak ness not properly attended to together MISS W CIIILDSBI CKBTJBJT Secretary Rock Island Literary and Art Society with the close confinement at my desk brought on nervous prostration BO much so that for a year I doctored continually I tried different rem edies which only succeeded in poison ing mv system and my stomach refused food A neighbor who had suf fered with ovarian troubles and was perfectly cured called my attention to your Vegetable Compound and I made up my mind to give it a two months fair trial However before one month had passed Iwas like a new woman and after six weeks faithful use of the Compound I was in perfect health It certainly is of great benefit to women and I wish every poor suffering woman could have a chance to try it Yours very truly Miss W CmtDSBLACKBUKX 2922 Fifth Ave Rock Island IU15100 forfeit If above testimonial Is not genuine Nothing will relieve this dis tressing condition so surely as LydIa E Pinldiams Compound Mrs Pinkham advises sickivo men free Address Lynn Mass =A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something flew Under the Sun AH doctors have tried to cure CA TAUUH by the USA of powder acid gases inhalera anti drugs in pasteform Their powders dry up tho nmcuoiif membrunes causing them to crak open and bleed The powerful nciiU used in tlip inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while pastes and 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