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JC= Iirl C I J TIiEiiiICHMOND CLIMAX Ii = 0 IrOLUME 28 d RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 15 1902 NUMBER 4 I ROFlSSIONAL CAR- DSor c Q W MILLER ATTOltllBYATLAW iUOD KESTDCCT r tile Burnam Building next door to ITtionI Dank feb3ly 3t7I3IJ tve i TN PN BV ATLA W RiitMOND KENTUCKY Rank Truut Con ver Stato op nrt House on Main Street ljK D OUICNAULT TTORXE YS AT LAW KENTUCKYNP 111 on Second street over Chen k rery- w R LETCHER AtlorneyatLaw KENTUCKY j Sn pj tfuo over Taylor Broi Store ACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- nJUNSBLLORS AT LAW FIMOND KENTUCKY 1ever Thurman Gioctry Companyg PR SfOANS n S GIBSON GIBSON TisCMAW AND SUKGEOKS Ni KENTUCKY n thr oe CtiHr bil ltne 18 and an Sec t ave Viuce oW draestarc 27 II S C 1IOOKKR i rERiKARY SURGEON liite Ontario Veterinary College try Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty at my stable on corner First and trets Richmond Ky apr7ly 4C JASPER M D Meiiicine and Surgery Irathor Uuildini Main Street remdeace the Uurr place on lirandwa- yvNIj = KENTUCKY V KVAKS ft D IHYSCIAN AND SUROE- ONsi KENTUCKY D3NlAL SwEGSET ah t toJS DENTIST OF LoUISVILLE KY Ki ifflii tiext door to Government Building jiriund Ky Office hours 9 to 121 taL 171 arryM Blanton zz DENTIST e office in Bennett Building j1v TELEPHONE 196 nn LANDMAN Hotel Glyndou Vlnesdny January 15 1902 nr Goods IND Ours prices ont el you to trade with us when you give us a trial i13IIIB Ln ri TjB JllB Dl Jln miiIijl l1l ladies cannot be d9ceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to sayis we buy ia the best markets of the world select the la youbuythe latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If sptrudf w th nit AND Gibson1 THE BEST PAPER ubllched in tho United States for Democrats anil for ALL readers is tb- oTwiceaWeek Courier Journal The equal of many dallies and thesnperlorot other einweekiea or weeklies Issued Vedncsday nnd Saturday 101 copies a year nd you get It for onl- y7joo A YEAR The Wednesday issue is aevoted to News the Saturday issue to Home Matters liberal commission to Agents Sample plea cheerfally sent free to all who will ask or them Write to COURIERJOURNAL CO LouiIfle1 Ky BY SPECIAL AKnANOSMENT YOU CAN GETTE- ECHMOND CLIMA AND TI1 Trice4Week CwierJwMl Both Oneife1tiIozpthy r ft JIl i cuw orO + JEWELRY + I The Kentuckywill VICTOR BOGAERTS Store I xington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and ++ Swiss Watches aIsoI t Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also mak a specialty ef MEDALS De81znlugHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times ily Motto U RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY ISfebIy IDfuID Igin Successor to J W Azbill Livery M ftfli Sal Stall IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST OHURCn Will be glad to have aumy oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY Q e fc Beauties 9 3 For All t tLJOur Floral Decorationsj are beauties and practice the ncceesaJ Jlry KNOW HOW in ar ranging jkc order receives our personal 41tL totlonJJt6LEXINGTON KY IHENRY L PERRY Agt i c Belts Flowers go Everywhere tJe CJ We are now ready to show yon our im mense stockofjatest designs in i 2 W2il1 Pijper for Summer and Fall trade Comprising many pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our 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 Decorato IJ ntf PHONE 75 WOMAIJIs DELICATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT In good con Jilcn she Is sweet and lovable and sings lifes song on ajoyful harmonious string Out of order or unsung there Is discordance and unhappiness Just as there Is on key note to all music so there Is one key note to health A woman might as well to ly without wings as to feel well and look well organs that make her woman are wealToY diseased She must be healthy Inside or she cant be healthy outside There are thousands of women suffering silently allover the ountry Mistaken modesty urges their silence While there Is nothing more admirable than a modest woman health fa of the flrsHmportanee Every other con sideration should give way before It Brad fields Female Regulator Is a medicine foi women sills Itlit- hesafestandquick est way Jo cure leu corrhea fallngoft- hewbm1i1ervcus ness headache backache and gen es weakness You will be astonished at the result es peciallyifycuhavebeen ing with other so called remedies We are not asking you to try an uncertainty BradHelds kegulatorhasmadehappy women What It has done for others it can do for you Sold In drugstores iorl a bottle A free Illustrated book wilt be tent toaawboqrltewII jIUiluRcelMfarti FEAE THE WOMEN Men of Germany View with Alarm Their Invasion of Business Life DlnUe Uttter Complaint In Column of the Press llJany Urgtng Need of Lcslalntlon for Slzppresslou- of Feminine Peril The rapidly growing invasion of business life by German women has precipitated a vigorous protest on the part of the male yageearners of the empire Columns of bitter complaint have been published in the metropolitan newspapers many of the lockcdout sex urging the need ol legislation for the suppression of the feminine peril It is stated that owing to the necessity for curtailing emplorers111eand women willing to work for one payNumerous where heads of families have become de pendent on the earnings of their own positionsbeen supreme are daily falling into the hands of women The mens cause has been given an additional setback by the publication of letters from business olleges merchants and manufacturers asserting that ex girliscapable than the average male office are not allowing the men to monopolize the discussion They declare that women are compelled to work in Germany because the men of the nation have inherited objections to taking dowerless brides Women they allege will be forced to desert the household as long as the selfish matrimonial traditions jif the cdun try are rec gnized rind practiced A PHENOMENAL YEAR Receipts nt the Sew York Post OOlce Aggregate 913OOOOOO for Vcnr 1001 The receipts from stamps postal cards and envelopes at the New York post oce have more than quad rupled in less than 30 years For IDOl they will aggregate about 13000000 In 1873 they d 3000000 in round numbeIThe business of the New York post office for this year has been phenomenal said Postmaster Van CottoOur receipts for stamps postal cards and envelopes for this month win exceed 1200000 The average monthly receipts will exceed 1000000 In 1S73 when the post age was three cents the total receipts for the year were about 3000 000 In 1SSS when I first came here they ranged from SJOOOOO to 00000 a month This year with twocent postage our receipts have exceeded 1000000 a month and for Decem ber will approach 1250000 Of course much of this increase is clue to the growth of thcity general prosperity and thefact that many of the largest corporations in the coun try have established their main of fices in New York These receipts are exclusive of the revenues from the money order business and the transactions of that department for this year represent 160000000 EGYPTIAN COTTON IN ARIZONA Government Station Demonstrate the Practicability of Ttnlilns Crop lit United Stales That the United States may be en abled to raise at home the Egyptian cotton now imported is believed Tests made in Salt Uiver valley have demonstrated to the satisfaction of the department of agriculture that Egyptian cotton van be successfully and perhaps profitably raised in the southwet At the government stations near Phoenix nearly an acre was planted to the Egyptian seed and aplantingof the same size was mule on the Chan die l tract in the eastern and higher part of the valley The crop has just been gathered and the cotton is the finest ever seen in the department and the yield wasbetter than that of the average Egyptian cotton iu its native soilIn many respects the valleys of southern ArizonnrNewHexicoand of old Mexico are similar to the Valley of the Nile The soil is plaiostiden tical there is little difference In cli mate and irrigation is as necessary as in Egypt In plcldng the Indians ere much more satisfactory as workmen than any others To JnvestlcnJe Coal Supply A royal commission has been appointed to inquire into tIle ccal resources of Great Britain The ques tions to be cowered by the commis lions inquiries will include the rate of possible exhaustion of British coal fields the effect of the export ofcoal on the home supply the possibility of a reduction in its cost by cheaper transportation and whether the coal mining industry of Great Britain un der the existing conditions is maintaining its competitive power with foreign coal fields etc The commis sion is composed of 17 members and includes the chairmen of railroad companies the heads of btg colliery companies prominent engineers and geologists Wllliarnllawies Jackson JL P chairman of the Great North fern Railway company is president of the commission + nForelltMore than 50000000 grtp10f timr tier was destroyed by forest flreslasV year v C vedIni e1 While Mr G W Ellis ofrTracey was plowingon lila farm one day last week the earth caved in and on of the mules lie wnsplowirig went down about five feet The mule went down to the bottom and ii required tlieefforts of several mejialfday Tdtli ai wind lass to get him out In getting the mule but Jfr I311l8 sustained injuries mnleIJlSTo win An argnment daesnt neceeea rlly provethat yitie right A cure Eor Lymfogo W C WHiinmson of Amherat Visays For more than a ur1 atif- Idrod from lumbaga T ft na1rtrt Cliamberlaxhs PftinUalta gave me eritirarcirefVhkjn all other relit edles had failed to d 5bld by Stock JlonHasrau 1m horetbitIiilhir 4t1j ftaI THE LEGISLATURE Gerald T Finn Speaker of House and N W Utley President of Senate Frankfort Ky Jan 7One of the hardest fought contests ever engaged In for the speakershtp of the Kentucky house of representatives closed Monday night with the nomination by ac clamation of Hon Gerald T Finn the member from Simpson county Ills chief opponent Representative Alli son Holland of Henry county placed the name of Finn before the democratic caucus after Finn himself had placed E E Barton of Pendleton coun ty the third man in the race in the chair as presiding officer of the caucus for which he withdrew from the speak crshlp race The withdrawal of Hol 11Cto make a motion that the nomination of Finn be by acclamation James E Stone of Breckcnrldgo county was nominated in the same manner for chief clerk of the house In all of the similar contents there were a half dozen candidates and many ballots were taken In the senate caucus Hon George Hickman of McLean county was made chairman without opposi tion and N W Utley of Lyon was nominated by acclamation for presi dent and acting lieutenant governor William Cromwell had no opposition for chief clerk of the senate Frankfort Ky Jan SThe general assembly of Kentucky convened In regular biennial session at noon Tues day Both the state senate and houso of representatives are democratic by large majorities and were organized with democratic officials Nothing un usual marked the opening of either house Gerald T Finn of Simpson county was Installed as speaker of the house and N W Dtley as presi dent of the senate and acting lIeuten- ant governor of state immediately following the organization and swear- Ing in of the officials committees from both branches waited on Gov Beck ham and notified him that they were ready to receive his biennial message The governor transmitted it through Private Secretary Leigh and after a recess at noon it was read by the clerks No business was transacted Tuesday the presiding officer not haying yet named the proper committees Two bills were introduced In the senate at the afternoon session One by Senator Farris of Garrard provides for submitting to the voters of the constituItem of voting may be returned to The other by Senator Watkins of Union provides for an amendment to the school laws giving greatest school dis trict in town more power In the rais lag of funds to build school houses Both houses adjourned until noon Wednesday HOWARDS SECOND TRIAL A Motion of the Defense to Quash the Indictment Overruled Frankfort Ky Jan SWlen the case of Jim Howard charged with complicity in the Goebel murder was called Tuesday morning for the second trial the commonwealth answer ed ready for trial The prosecution Is represented by Commonwealths At torney Franklin T C Campbell and Judge B G Williams and the defense by Judge Thomas R Gordon James Andrew Scott J A Violett and Carlo Little Neither Justus nor Arthur Goe bel was present Judge Cantrill occupied the bench Attorney Violett for the defense filed a motion to quash the Indictment The motion was based on an affidavit that exChief Justice Hazelrigg had been a witness before the grand jury but his name did not appear among witnesses specified at tho foot of tho Indictment Judge Cantrlll overruled the motion and the defenses witnesses were then called The defense called over 100 wit nesses and not exceeding a half dozen answered present Violett for the defense asked until Wednesday to determine how they would answer He said that if It become apparent that the witnesses could not be brought here he would file a motion for a con tinuance Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Co Lexington Ky Jan 8 Stockhold ers of the Bluegrass Traction Co Tues day elected the following officers George B Davis Detroit prpsdent IC Alford Lexington vice presi dent Harold C Beatty Detroit secretary Paul Sheldon New York treas urer directors the above named officers and E E Davis and Baline Ga vett Detroit G V Kasson Chicago W J Loughridge and Hid P Headley Lexington It was decided to Issue bonds to the amount of 7000000 The company will build a network of rail ways radiating from this city General offices will be located here Farmer Accidentally Killed Mayfleld Ky Jan 7Thos Haml mond a respected citizen of the Hick ory Grove section this county was shot and killed by the accidental dis charge of a gun in the hands of La non Gray a boy 13 years old also ot the neighborhood Lexingtons Mortality Report Lexington Ky Jan 7Clty Clerk Cassidy has completed his report of the death record of the year showing 514 deathsln Lexington during the year of 1901 The greatest mortality was In April Official Indexer Louisville Ky Jan 7 ExSheriff Henry Bell Monday became official In dexer of thecIty with a salary of 3 000 3jcym H Cowles who had been after the placefagmeed to accept a chiefdpufshIp7under County Clerk Bemonin i i+ i A Erofitible Investment t I was troubled for about seven years with Toy stomach and In bed half mY limo says E Demick Som erville Ind I spent about 1000 and heyer could get anything to helpmeun I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am on tlrply welt You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If stomach doesnt digest four food you are really starv lug Dyspepsia Cure does the bydiszeltinsthefoodx want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures stomach troubles Perry Tlioaww 1be best opportunities are thon we make for oni lvS DO YOU WANT TTo eoll your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykiidthe particulars M I may be HJ ta help you AiWrs JM BY Lock Boir 7JlCMl lWti IfTwT 1de4y l t a TO HAVE FRENCH THEATER Charles Frolimnn Secure M Co54 atans Coquelin to SInnncc New York Playhouse New Yorks to have a permanent Frenchtheater Charles Frohman will establish it and M Constans Coquelin will be its artistic director The an nouncement was made by Mr Froh than the other day A company ol French players of the first rank will b engaged to produce in French in i manner equal to the productions o Paris plays of the classic and moden school Associated with MrFrohman if present negotiations do not fat through will be Maurice Gran an inter ested party in the plan and M Coque IlL It is a plan said Mr Frohman that has long beeq fh my mind Everywhere one hears French spoken it New York French recitals and lecture are given in fashionable drawing rooms Harvard and Yale and othei colleges give plays in French one when LAiglon was played in 1111I York and librettos were sold in lish and French it was the French edI tion that had the largest sale Is not the time ripe for the establishment of a French theater in New York I believe so and I am going to undertake it It will not be done however in anIhalfandhalf way I have nothing inI mind but the best when this company is formed I dont want any actors who ought to leave France but those who cannot well be spared T hope to have Maurice Gran1 interested with me in the projectand have talked it over with him In fact it was he who brought me and Mr Coquelin together when I was abroad and I have asked M Coque Un to take the artistic direction of the house the selection of the players and the repertory and to act himself if he CoqueUnsbe yes EXPERIMENT IN PORTO RICO Good Snccco Promlnril for Tent Raised Tobacco In the Little Island growingtobncco hladwayillug to the statement of William J Hayes of Tariffville Conn who has plantatlQnducting experiments For two years various growers in Connecticut have been studying the effects ofn tobacco crop raised under tedts and the good results have led to a gen eral adoption of tenting methods Tobacco under cheesecloth tents will it has been found in the Con necticut valley grow to unusual height retain all of the excellencies of the smaller plants grow more leaves and take on a finer flavor Mr Hayes has been in Porto Rico for several months superintending experiments on a plantation near San Juan owned by Raphael Gonzales He says in speaking of the makingtJlein Porto Rico using about an acre for the experiment In two months from planting the plants have grown two feet We have found that wind temperetlbyoff worms bugs and fleas I think that by next year tentraised tobacco will be general throughout our part of the island Already we are being watched with interest by scores of planters Gold In New York Street Workmen in the employ of McCabe Bros contractors for the new subway at New York have been con siderably excited lately owing to the fact that ivjiile taking out some rock from the cx fration at Broadway and One Hunftjd and Eightyninth street one of the employes who had formerly been a western miner noticed a yellow streak in the rock and declared it was gold A large crowd drawn to the entrance of the shaft by the news of the gold discovery attracted the attention of the local police who reported the news to the authorities An investigation demon strated that the gold could not be obtained on a paying basis owing to the limited amount produced It at Pirt You Dont Succeed J Frederick Tams of TnmsLemoine Crane yacht brokers who has been in Holland Belgium and England since October 30 has just arrived in this country He said he had a half hours conversation with shortlybeforeme said Mr Tams that he would challenge for the cup until he either won it or was convinced that it could not be won I certainly think Sir Thomas is very much in earnest and that his desire to win the cup comes from sporting motives only I want ed to get him to talk aboutother things but his heart Is set on that cup Complain of Chaplain Uniform Troubles of chaplains in the United States navy were discussed by Rev Dr George E Stroebridge of Stam ford Conn at the recent Methodist ministers meeting in New Yorkcity The claim was made that their salaries are insufficient He also found fault with the uniform which he described as a singlebreasted shadbellied longtailed frockcoat such as is worn by clergymen in some foreign countries but which simply looks ridiculous here He said that at the opening of the Kiel canal when the kaiser passed through the line pf warships the chaplain on the American ship was ordered below be SAUse of his grotesque appearance SOXlTXttT H36W They cure dandruff Jutir Jailing need ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The patented Comb in the world everywhere it has been intrO- duCed are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakablean l is made that it la ab toolutelyjimpo break or cat the ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac Lion in every respect stamps for one JjwlieflBize 50o Gents size 86c everywheretoon sight Agents are wild with success AddrMDIllinois 27feblyr Even the ma who slogs bass may bigkeffed Dont Live Togfwr CGliipboii and health BT C no tosthr De Witts Little Early RI4t- Mr3IDOte bay astion 0 the bows Ye en trowbted With1MIIttme years wyg J 0 Gfi lad I have triM Eer1RleeraWbic1 0J5 U Y lj He1Nature tBabies and children need I I proper food rarely ever medicine I I If they do not thrive i iIi help to get their digestive i f machinery working properly i I S0SJ9COD II WtTHHYPOPHOSPHITESorLIHEXSQDA I will generally correct this 1 IIifourth to half a teaspoonfuli = bottle times a day you will soon seeI I a marked improvement For f I larger children from half to fa teaspoonful according tofdissolved in their I if you so desire will very I i soon show its great nourish f ing power If the mothers f1 milk does not nourish the baby she needs the emull I sion It will show an I T at once both upon mother i and child 1 sac sad 100 ill druggists l SCOTT BOWKE Chemists New Vorkt It4ft4tftDont people who are unable to appreciate wit A Knock From Paris Up at Lexington they have strange ideas about nearly every thing but especially Christianity On New Years day a core or more of Church work ers pave a jack rabbit chase for the benefit of the Good Samaritan and St Josephs Hospitals They netted 10558 There was no admission fee but a committee received donations at the gate One lourhoreepower philanthropist named Zitt donated 20 or course Gen Gentry was thu promoter Chasing jack rabbits is the Generals long suit Lord how lie can make em go when he has n pack of dogs to help him If an army of jack rabbits should land upon our shores and undertake to dcvestate this fair land General Gentry with a troop of well drilled dogs would be the only defense needed And the pro ceed the General would devote to the sweetest charity he could find Mis sionaryeating heathens must be redeemed from the darkness in which they are now steeped so they can with General Gentry and several hun dred other tenderhearted Christians fully enjoy seeing a pack of hounds chase a harmless jack rabbit to his death antI then tear its quivering flesh to shreds The 10358 was tbankfull received by the hospilalk for those institutions were established to relieve hainnn Buffering nota jack rabbits Paris Gazette There is a place for everything in this old world but few of us have ac cess to an index A Good Recommendation I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets is almost invariably to those who have once ude l them says Mr J II Weber a prominent druggist of Cas cade Iowa What bette recommendation could any medicine have than for people to call for it when agtvln in need of such a remedy Try them when voU feel dull after eating when you h vabad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they affprd For sale by Stockton Pagan 1jn People who live in apartment houses say that flat life isnt as smooth as it sounds Remarkable Cure of Croup A Little Boys Life Saved I have a few words to say regfrding Chamberlains Cough Itemed V It saved my little boys life and I feu that I cannot pralso it enough I bought a bottle of it from A E Steere of Hood win S D and when I home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine as directed very ten minutes until he threw and then I thought sure lie was going to choke to death Wo had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth iu grea long strings I am positive that if I hid not got that bottle of cough medicfui my boy would not bo on earth tony JOEL DKUONT wood Iowa Ff r sale by Stockton Hagan 1in The high price of wheat may cause many of the largest flour mills in Kan BaS to shut down Relations between Germany and Venezuela are becoming more acute every day The Venezuela Gqyern tnfnt has suspended traffic on tbii Gem man railroad and the German legation at Caracus has been protested Some time ago daughter cluebt II severe cold She complainedofj bains in her chest and u I gavcbetChambetlairsou b jKern edy according to LV two days she was well and able to goto school I have used this remejjy In my family lor the past seven eat e and have never knun It to fail says TsmesPreBdergast merchant A3 nato Jamaica West India Is aJ1- deThehlIIIt chest indicated IB ap Mtftckof pncamotiw lhjchi- lnthI5inM55e was undoubtedly ttsm- deoff i Chamberlains CoiTfch 2eme jhiteMd a for doaas Sbge o a Do You Know That Buggies and Carri ages are from 5 to StO cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selectIon on our floor You 1101 money hy bnyingnowand 19O2 l iI Carriage Ws Useful Presents Think What Useful Presents f WE ARE FOR SANTA CLAUS i We are loaded from cellar to with Useful Holiday Presents Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Benjamin Co Beautiful I proof Rain Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing aRobes fromAlfredour thebestF ofNeckwearm Handkerchiefs Genuine Mclntoshes Rain Coats c Just think what useful PRESENTS We have the largest in Ken tucky Beautiful Boys and IChildrens Sweaters Beau E9L tiful Mens Caps jf t J 8 LOUIS STRAUS CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT r FURNISHING HATTERS ETC OPEN LEXINGTON KENTUCKY YYYYYY71F7I71 7I7I71 7 The football player makes headway with his feet A HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mail on receipt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment anti will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole mann facturer P O Box C29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ TillS Jf Richmond Ky Feb 0 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I usingItfeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4decly Young men who complain because their fathers are not rich and who de sire to lead fast lives and spend mon ey like princes should take warning from the death of George M Pullman who died recently jut as be bad attained his 26th year He was a young man who had been given access to millions and allowed to lead a fast life which WitS the primary cause of his being stricken with death at the first attack of disease His life had been one of luxury and ease andnothing had been denied him He had been twice married and had a reputation for consorting with actresses and a dy ing thrist for wine The young man who compelled to earn his own way in the world is far better off than is the boy whois born with a silver spoon in his mouth WOMEN Wine of Cardui is tho guardian oft womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing Hooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of life WINEOFCARDUI cures lenconhoea falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It is valuable in every trying period 61 a womans life It reinforces thft nervous system fccts directly on the geni tal oqanSnnd1stho finest tonic for women known Ask your druggit for a 100 bottle of1 Wine of Oarduir BtTUle AU Jnhr if 1M I Bablg Wao Cr41 and Ihdfords BlMkDwatbt and I Jert like a dJt womot milady Pyral te dies kwa keep tai the- irheaEbe Iltwre tsegiek and lass are usig ltwUIa NXAI owiJR j aaa4lI IIIflV c r lose nothing in style and qualI ity Vebltltscfall kind will cost more another unprices f materials are going John Donelson Prop 1902 av Mfl I I 7f 4 HEADQUARTERS garret Alfred Aqua I a beautiful Present one IWhat Dick Shryock Suits 71 to order would be t GUS EADING TAILORS GENTS GOODS STORE EVERY NIGHT 7F TEXAS WONDER ALL t Holiday Suggestions bIFHere is the making of a Happy HomercAnd here is where your friends buy IfV The whole family can participate in the en joyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary JBuy for Christmas and use all the year Leather Goods Picture Frameswe have a nice line of mm and Ladies Desks And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE WSOIdhamCor 2d and Irvine Stsj RIcHMOND nly311y KENTUCKY PICTURES PictureFraming IIFor the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines ofe ttPictures and Framing s Materiat Evershown in Richmond and at prices that defy competition Elegant Water Colors in Ideal Heads Landscapes Etc genuine Oil Painting genuine Sepias Carbons and Platinums Large assortment of new metal frames in Brass ttnd Ebony guaranteed not to tarnish A neat cabinet frame for 15c A 10x20 portrait frame 4incb moulding complete forlWe use genuine imported French picture glass Our expert frame makers make frames while yon wait Wo havent space to name our hundreds of genuine bargains Your nre Invilel to call and inspect the largest and lowest pricedHue evefofTere l to the people of Richmond Madison and adjoining coflhtres Cash prices bought them and CASH prices will sell them j r++ + ++ i i GEO M WILL GIN Gr 209 West Main Street RICHHONL KY WHY NOT BUY THE BEST Rubber 8tflp8 No75S- tand1ng Top Surrey as1Aespecially for one horse W iso tMk a fHJIHae cf High Oratfe Vtklcles saO HwMfts Send for Gtfdtogitef and fi JLiff J COSMO cARRIAaEc0 OiciRodk Pa jO2sept6mI 4t 1 For f i J 9L4t47i1 + rHis OFFC ++ + IM It c i The Richmond Climax 1 J C CHENATJLT President LiD MILLER Manager KOBT SCROWE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 15 19021 rOBUSHBD ZVEBY YJtnN DAY BY The Climax PrintingCo Incorporated THE triumph of Gov Mo Oreary in winning the coveted honor of the Democratic nom ination for United States Sen ator is naturally followed by comments upon the valiant assistance he received from this and that lieutenant and friend over the State Cer tain it is these gentlemen ren dered invaluable services which deserve the lasting gratitude of tie distinguished gentleman from Madison who was unquestionably the choice of a majority of his party in the State But while theseI several friends of the exGov ernor were performing their partwhichnecessari1r brought them conspicuously before the public there were others who tirelessly labored for the Madison county statesman without appearing thus in the public eye We have in mind our newspaper friends Clar ence E Woods of Richmond and W P Waltoa of Stan ford who ever since entering the profession have been the aesteadfastMeCreary holding aloft his banner in season and out through eviland throughgood report We should rejoice to see the devoted services of these gentlemen requited in any way they may ever de sire and knowing well Gov McCrearys characteristic of standing his friends we atbelievepeal to him in vainFrank fort Roundabout BY the vote of the Demo cratic Caucus last Thursday night at Frankfort ExGov James B MeCreary was as sured the honor of represen ting the State of Kentucky in the United States Senate He received sixtytwo votes on the first ballot eleven more than was necessary to a choice After the ballot itwas moved to make the nomination unan imous which was done oi Thursday it was decided by the Smith Wheeler and Can trill forces to concentrate their strength and put the name of Judge Cantrill before the house This move gave to a large number ofmen with a second choice the opportu nity to go to McCreary The formal vote was taken yester day at twelve oclock With the election of Gov McCreary and the retirement of Senator Deboe the last remnant of the awful blunder of 1895 passes into history but the recallections of riot soldiers scandal and blood will remain for generat- ionsC1F1BroerCo LEXINGTON KY ClearanceSale S Upholstery Department I Our Regular Saletof Odd Lots tj We have a collection of Tapestries Damasks Cretons and many other fabrics suitable for furniture cov erings Also short lengths of Silk lIIu Muslin etc These will be marked far below the retail value many below cost and will be an exceptional opportunity for those having furniture to reupholster or mending drapperies We have never before offered for a Special January Sale A line of Sofa Pillow Tops This year we have about 100 Pillow Tops left from our Xmas stock Some in Denim Bur lap Tapestry Silk etc which we have marked from 25c npto2 We are offering great values iu Table Covers size ranging from 4 4 to 104i They must 00closed out be fore stock taking from 25c to Gand every price cut nearly in halL Odd Lot Curtains Wehave cleaned out pur stock all 41lt CurtainsSed All marked at prices which will sell them quickly 4 LfBrower juij y PMAIN AND BROADWAY iiXIkT kf WV R1y it Well Fitted For Public Service Kentuckys New Senator Fridays CourierJournal contained th following 6ketch of Senator Mc Crearys public life For forty years James B MeCreary has been prominent in Kentuckys history He first came into notice in 1862 when he assisted in raising the Eleventh cavalry regiment for the Kentuck- yrvlceCS A In this ho was sub sequently made Lieutenant Colonel a rank he held at the clove of the war- sU served with distinction in the army of Tennessee and under Gens Morgan and Braftg and under Breckinridge in Virginia and surrendered with his reg iment at Appomattox lIe entered politics in 1866 being chosen to represent Madison county in the Kentucky Legislature and again in 1671 and 1873 this honor was bestowed on him without opposition from his own party He so acquitted himself the first session that at the two suc c sei stone be was made Speaker In 1875 as the Democratic candidate for Governor be was opposed by one of the ablest and oldest politicians of Kentucky The Republicans had as their candidate the Hon John M Harlan now one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States McCreary was elected by 37000 majority After retiring from the Executive office he BECAUSE the trusts ara protected ill this country we have to pay the billion dollar steel trust S36 r ton for the same product it delivers freight paid in Europe for i25 No wonder its profits for the last nine months were overIoccurred by the great strike At this ratio of profit the steel trust will rake in about 115000000 profit for the year Without the extortionate tariff laws America could buy steel from the trust at the same price which foreigners pay It is high time that the tariff should be re duced but the Republicans being in complete power they will stand and see the people made to deliver and roll up money for the concerns that helped to keep them in office by liberal con tributions to the campaign fund Lexington Democrat PLEASE remember when the subscription paper gets to you to respond liberally to the cause which will increase your business this year next year and so on as long as you live jn the city Thecircus will come along in the spring and whenit leaves it will take several thousand dollars with it What does it leave behind Nothing but a bushel or so of peanut hulls the fond recollections of he clown the trick pony and the girl who walked the rope Cant we then donate the same amount tea solid business enterprise which will remain as long as time and whichwill help you to make your for tune FRANKLIN J MOSES Carpet Bagger was sent up by a Boston court last week for stealing an overcoat He was once Governor of South Carolina during the Reconstruction times and probably then developed the habit which has since proven his ruin We had hoped that the good Lord hadfbgiven all his kind and that they had repented their sins but it seems not Jus lice was about thirtyfive yearsylafe in his case Five Rwni4i Five young men have enlisted for ervice in the Philippines since the re rafting office was opened here last week They are J1 W Bowes Nathan Collier of this city Andrew and lien derson Wilburn of Valley View and tutherAgeO of Red House The- oua1flfln wereexamiaed and seat toI the jColHtebaB Ohio Barracks last Thursday and will be sent on to theI In a short time Sergeante Ettk wtwhaitliftd charge oC e8l e bent let tbI lorain to open nie4ftce Fraakfort j was elected to the Fortyninth Congress and reelected to the Fiftieth Fiftyfirst Fiftysecond Fiitythird and Fifty fourth sessions For twelve vears he was a member of the Committee cn Foreign Affairs of the House He was twice Its chairman He was also a member ot the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures and the Worlds Fair and Private Land Claims He was the author of the bill establishing a Land Court to adju dicate the claims growing out of the treaties between the United States and Mexico known as the Garden treaty and the Guadaloupe Hidalgo treaty He was also the author of the bill which provided for the PanAmerican Congress Gov McCreary was appointed by the President ot the United States in 1892 one of the five Commissioners to repre sent the United States in the Interna tional Monetary Conference In that conference he distinguished himself as an advocate of bimetallism Although in public life both milita ypalllGOsical and mental vigor By his long experience political kuoledgo and ac quirements be has thoroughly fitted himself to become the representative of Kentucky in the United States Senate Blunders Causing TroublefThe Danville News says The suitafor libel brought against the Courier SeeneyotJunction the approaching term of Circuit Court This suit is the result of several errors on the part of several persons but nil not end up as a comedy of errors for all parties concerned if the plaintiff gets what he asks for It seems that Mr Sweeney was traveling representa tive for Adams Co of Louisville last year and sold a bill of goods to Hardin Sutherland near Millesgsvlllf Mr Sutherland paid ton dollars down on the bill and this sum was sent to the house in Louisville with the order to be filled Adams Co havine never heard of Sutherland proceeded to look him up in B G Dunn Co s agency but did not find him there Before filling tire order they wrote Dunn Co who in turn wrote Sutherland asking for references as to finan cial standing Some time had elapsed since the order had been Jive and Mr Sutherland who did not reniember btheR G Dunn whose letter had just been received Accordingly he laid thcmatter before them stating that he had purchased a bill of goods from their representative Mr Sweeney and had paid ten dollars He requested that they either return the money fill the bill or send him goods to the value of the ten he had tDunnter awhile came to the conclusion that througithe pocketingand Times got this much of the infor matlon in some way and published it The result was two suits filed against them by Mr Sweeney for 10000 damages in each case PAINT LICK Miss Bettie Francis s hool will close Friday Mr Bud Cotton of Cincinnati is visiting the family of Mr Ernest Woods Miss Maggie Francis of Corbin is visiting her fathers family Mr L B Francis adventParkes Moore Miss Rebecca crest of Kirksville a very talented young lady it trying to get a class in elocution at Paint Lick Miss Maggie Saudusky niece of Mrs Mrs Kobt Guyn will teach a spring school at Paint Lick commencing February 1 Miss Maggie is a good teacher and we hope she will have a good schoolMr Ernest Woods hiss bought Mr Clelland Terrills farm Price un known Mr Terrill and bis boys are goine to Washington Stato AVe are sorry to see him leave our commu nity and wish him mucl success in his new home Learning is not wisdom any more than clotb is clothes A blind love is a foolish love En courage the best In all matters pf moneyprepare kl wave for the worst and Lope for the best It takes women to support foreign missions reading societies and dude actors PermaneatmutRalrespect Is oec essary for a pernt nejit mutual love Money is not essential to Itfibut happy people usually kvP nough 1iiFebls1 hifcstIiiiH 4li4ie ImU tin fet j Get the Most Out of Your Food You dont and cant if your stomach is weak A weak stomach does not die gest all that is ordinarily taken into itLiv It tired and what it fails to todigestAmong the signs of a weak stomach are uneasiness after eating fits of ncrJhyou headache and disagreeable ng ihdtrerentpebeennot be without it In my family I am trou bled especially In summer with weak atom 53 StInvaluableHoods Sarsaparilla ouand ftheTO BE RESTORED President of Senate Orders the Adams Mirror Broughtte Back A Relic ofthOld Timespe A Washington dispatch says Sena for Frye presidentpro torn of the Ren ate has given instructions for the re 11placingroom of the president of the Senate This mirror was purchased by John Adams when he was VicePresident and it has reflected countenances ol every VicePresjdent of the United States except that of Mr Roosevelt It failed to tuduringtLe Senate the large glass wan in retirement to make room for modern fittings Though it had given way for one of greater elegance the old mir ror was at one time retarded as a piece of unwarranted extravagance on the part of Mr Adams Mr Adams se lected the mirror himself and paid for toItItin1800 WhenSenator Frye lately learned that the old relic bad been in exile he was indignant Senator Hoar called it nothing less than vandalism to so treat It An order hind been given for its removal to the VicePresidents room and net to its neglected corner in the laboratory but where itwill be hence forth one of the meat conspicuous objects in the roomaMansfield in SeaucaireaRichard Mansfields return in a new creation is the rarest promise of the season He appears in the extremely successful Beaucaire The play is described as an original comedy in five acts by Booth Tarkington and Evelyn Greenleaf SutherlandiIt is generally agreed that Mansfield has not before had a more delightful character than Beaucaire It is a role full of the niceties of manners the fopperies of an exquisite the heroism of a gallant the tenderness of a lover the caustic repartee of a wit and the dramatic expression coveted by a dra atic master lIe makes Beaucaire a fascinating man of about thirty when man is most interesting to a woman It is n romantic part in the sense that there is an absorbing love storyh but it is also a character Beancaire speaks English only imper fectly Mansfields accent and manner are ture phegiven a Frenchman The play is iu five acts Act one shows the celebrated pump room at bath when that watering place was the rendezvous for all fashionable England under the social supremacy of Beau Nash The blades and belles are much agitated over the gossip from France in regard to the flight of the Duke of Orleans but this is eclipsed by a newer morsel of gossip the grave rumor that Monsieur Beaucaire who has obtained entree among the fashionables is the barber oi the Marquis do Mirepois Ambassador from France Beau Nash accepts tire Tumor and a stirring scene lends to Beaucaires social humiliation and expulsion from the pump room The second act shows his lodgings in ath He Is an exile from the centers of fashion but the nobles and gentle men frequent his chamber to play Among them is the Duke of Vintcrsett Beaucaire traps him while cheating and he uses his power over him as a leverage to make Win terse tt introduce him again amojig the elect Tire third act represents Lady Mary Carlisles on the evening during he progress of her ball Wintersett introduces Beaucaire as the Duke of Chateeurien arid Lady Mary is an instant victim There is a flow of wit and sentiment all through the act which culitnnates in a delight ful piece of gallantry after Badgers attempt on Beaucaires life The garden of Mr Banistons country place at a point on the driveway neat the Diana is the background of act four It is a moonlight night and the guest are leaving after a merry rout Beaucaires suit with Lady Mary prospers He is handing her to her coach when Win tersetts henchmen make an attack They are beaten off but Beaucaire is wounded Then Wintersett betrays his promise and tells lady Mary that the Duke of Chateaurien is none other than Beaucaire the barber The last act Is the Assembly Room a week later iflends up to the return of de Mire pois and the revelation oithe identity hisrova master to the assembled traducers ItIS a consecutive and cumulative story of sustained interest The humor and sentiment balance nicely and the action is varied and the dialogue witty as could be desired By general consent the dramatists have conveyed all the charm of atmosphere that permeated Mr Tarkingtonsbook into the play There it equally general consent that Mansfield iras not before done anything finer than the princely barber The total cast numbers twentysix and there are as many more trained players appearing in action without lineo to speak The production is most elaborate the representations of eigh teenth century fashion being admirably accomplished Tire curtain will rise punctually at 8 Mansfield will appear at the Lexing ton Opera House in Beaucaire on the evening of February 22nd The Ad vance sale of seats will open on Feb ruary 20th GMecrt Instated The officers recently elected to serve during the present year ia the National Union Council No 864 were daly in stalled at the regular veeUng last Fri ky night they are M follows Presi dwd C F HI ctne Vice President H- It jfokah Financial Seeelary L F AHM Secretary R A Bsrlow Tre 4G G Prewitt Clwptai Oh rle5 Jwyt i sfwker WiUkm Sworeec Uiitr George Brodus SrEatD S Wilor i i j i 0jtj GOVERNORS MESSAGE JAbstract of thef State Paper Sent Sov Beckhanrto the slsI2ture it t P edranktortthe Senate and House of Represents es You are to bo congratulated that the aumbIedciassrule dark cloud ot tnttrnal dlssenston hat hung over us two years ago Ip thd unhappy differences then existing has Disappeared and given way to the sun ine of a better and more rational feel The unfortunate bitterness of that riod caused by the extraordinary po ical conditions Is fast disappearing pe an berlorand attention to tlio Industrial progress the state rather than to the activities heated political controversies and con papresentat1onstsiders coiiOwmftiff the conditions of state and the frequtfit publicationpofalse and InurtoUB articles thsubordinatemance It Is nevertheless a fact that tha styUb yoertmy state In the Union We have suf fered much by these false and exagper ated reports but It Is now happily with In our power to clvo absolute assurance all that a condition of peace and n speet for law exists from one end of o state to the other Referring to thu finances of the state e governor advises remedial legisla to secure a retrenchment In ex dllposltronavoid the necessity of Increasing the taxsaitlonfor the purpose of state purposeIstwo years he says the present admin perJlOOdifference of 8163732 In 1300 and KX 51890 In These reductions have been made necessary by the act of the special zesslon of the ceceral assembly In 18J1 In borrowing aiM raising the rate of taxation and a subsequent return to the present rule Kentucky he says not embarrassed by a large debt The amount of banded WJOOOOInin 4 per cent coupon bonds ma ring in 1907 Old bonds of the state amount to but the p DresentedrThereury January 1902 of 1l146i5U3 The governor refers to the vast aunt 172962631 which was expended last year for charitable purposes and he advises a through Investigation to see whether or not all this money Is necessarily expended He continues that It is his be lief that by wise and discreet actions A large amount of this money can be by the state without any Injustice the worthy object of the stats char y The asylum for tho Insane at Lexing ton Lakeland and Hopklnsvllle are in condition that needs the attention of the legislature to provide for their need Ho also recommends a complete change In the present system of management In these Institutions which he declares to- eb awkward unsatisfactory ani expensive Ho advise the creation of a board of control to take charge of these Institutions He further advises that the educational Institutions In Kentucky be fostered and encouraged to the utmost ability of tire le vAsal city he said they are unslchtly and rc InconCTUOus and are unworthy of tho state of Kentucky as well as Inadequate r tho transaction of public business nd he recommends a new capital build ing and other facilities which will place valuable records of the state In more custodyHe that foreign cor porations doing business In tho state should be required to pay tax first as a matter of equity to home corporations and secondly as a matter of fairness and JusticeIn the governor refers to he Louisiana Purchase exposition which s to be held In St Louis In 1003 and advises appropriate legislation that the state may be fitly represented A FOUL ASSASSINATION Stayed All Night With Corpse of Murdered Father and Husband Franklin Ky Jan GPleas Hall was assassinated at his home five miles from Franklin about 8 oclock Saturday night while sitting around his hearthstone with his wife and four children He was fired upon through window with a double barreleel gun eavily loaded with slugs and buck shot and the entire top of his head was torn oft gickedi btture out to give an alarm lest they meet the same cruel fate Mr Han was 45 years old and one of the best known farmers In tho county If ho had an enemy on earth it was not known to his closest friends There is absolutely no clew to the perpetrator of the deed Burned the Hemp Breakers Lexington Ky Jan GParties who resented the introduction of steam hemp breakers into this county stack ed dry hemp about two of the ma chines on the Wigglesworth Bros farm and set it on fire The breakers were badly damaged Each machine takes employment fIn about 60 hand breakers and liiS incendiaries are thought to have been from this element Voluntary Liquidation Lexington Jan 8The Union say ings bank of this city made an assign ment Tuesday by executing a deed of trust to the Security Trust and Safety Vault Co The action was agreed upon at a meeting of the stock holders Death of Rabbi Adolph Moses Louisville Ky Jan 8Dr Adolph Moses rabbi of Adas Israel temple In this city since 1881 died Tuesday of paralysis of the heart Dr Moses came of a family of rabbis He was a native of Santomishcl in Posen and was born in May J8iO Wishard Back at Lexington Lexington Ky Jan SEnach Wish ard the noted trainer who recently purchased the 3yearold Runnels from T P Hayes for 13000 arrived from the south and he will probably make several purchases in the Bluo Grass Will Wed January 29 Mlddlesburg Ky Jan 8Cards Tuesday announced the engagement of Miss Mary Crawford Carpenter the charming daughter of Mrs Jennie Carpenter of Hustonville to marry Mr Allen L Burns of Colorado Springs Coi on January 29 Cares Rheumatism or Catarrh Through the Blood Cost Nothing to Try Would yon like to got rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive catarrh BotanicRlaod resisteddoctorsment Botanic Blood alm B B BJ destroyingthopoisons in the bones joints shoulder hawingtreating etc thus making a perfect thoroughlytestedpure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Druggists 1 BloodBalmble and free medical advice given until BBfled rich and builds up the all run thebloodglow of perfect health 4STATE or Onto CITY OP TOLEPXO- LtCAS COUOTSS thathoF J CHKNEY Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will DOLLARStarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS OATABKK Curi- EFRANKJ CHENEY subscribedincember A D 18SC t iAW GLEASON SEAL i Notary fnblie vHalls Catarrh Care Is taken inter nally aodvacts directly OB the blood syMelSnd OFoldnail FJmlly Mite art the best UA L Eir Ten Cents for CTch Weeks TheSU LOut lIlrrar is ii twenty eight ii e paper In magazine form ited by William Marion Reedy as sla ted by a staff of contributors corn prising the best writers and literary thorities on all current subjects sol religious scientific financial literary or artistic The Mirror Is a weekly review ol men and affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry a paper iu which the best books best plays and st music are ably reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are giv en careful attemijn It is tire up tudntc per for the merchant the teacher the professional man the student tire litician as well as for woman one e borne If you will send us lOc in silver or amps we will mail the Mirror to uraddress for ten weeks THE MIRROR 8Jantf St Louis Mo Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate Boyle Doty deceased will present theme to the undersigned properly verified on or befOre February 15 1902 or the same will be barred J STONE WALKER- A K DOTY Tan 111902 Administrators 15JanSw PublicRdntifigAs oty decd we will offer for in front of the Court ouse door for the year 1902 on Saturday Jan 25 02 About 2 oclock p m the farm on which he resided at the time of his death This farm is supposed to contain about 375 ACRES and adjoins the lands of Har ey Chenault J M Gibson etc and has upon it a new and comfortable dwelling J STONE WALKER A K DOTY 2t Administrators A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in old and silver has come to be pro- erbial Men have the same leaning ut they disguise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and silver for very little money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellenceL LANE LOUISVILLEHENDERSON S ST LOUIS RY IDOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWE- ENLouisviIIs and St Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and further Information address L J IRWIN a P LOUISVILLE KY e SeS S S S ess ssst5 SEND 0 S a 5 e 50C a 5S Cs aFor a trial months sub 1IIJJ CS scription to the SSI s SS SS LouisvilleSS SIsS 555 es S S TIMES ij5TheDr ght teraoon S1souths sLatest5 La4eetStateNewa AH the Uc I News S Complete Press Reports SS5cin the South s ssfl 00000 AND OVER DAILY atI50c a Month Orayearbyniail5Sde J11 5 505 FOURTH AVE S Loukvilk Ky L etl1j r We Treat lou The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods mad of good quality wool zephyr clostly knit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancy combination fleec hced Hoods closely knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 40c each I Mens Handkerchiefs I The best 5 cent Handkerchief ever produced staple borders of Red and Bluo also plain White at Be each The leader of the lineMens Softest Ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched herder printed tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color effects at lOc Silky Cloth Handkerchlefsono inch hem white silk initial in corner nt toe Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs tt 2oc I de I a t 11 t The and D hn by Mr SItu Son AU the are to call and settle at once CRAS E D FUR menu and study In the true or swine and Serum 000 hogs have and saved by this HoltS treated the The the cit will 8S In case of failure money paid for and be hop to be treated vial for six hogs one of of + k+ ++ ++4 ++ 4 You have J r 1 V are found good tuiu over wili fur j with cream the best ever WitS 1 Cloth in dark blue and red with lat npliqued iu white silk braid at Siij and Si CO in town see us When nt ironic write us In either case ve Ii nr t Sheer High Grade Lawn Ilandkerdui f inch border at 5c No 2131 Handkerchiefs r made of soft Swiss Lawn emb ered all in tasteful white chain work flowers and patti n worth 15c at tOo Ladies Swiss Handkerchiefs bonier of flower at 260 Mufflers in popular colors mr of high grade Serge size 28x28 at t a a 5 quality White Quilt made of bleached yarn in new signs hemmed 70x73 at 49c new Spread has been added to the line size 70si extra fine soft fihish 2 ply yarn nobby raised centers hemmed at ODe I A Drive in Genuine Quilts Cor Main First St 124 size extra by of arid the tire 54 fr this 299 Ask to see v v For t f4 1F11 tQrL r4 o p remaining DOUGLAS Cent Endowment Mutual Come BECK f Whichmakes your business safeiandsound bargains such here IIgroundIChildren Eiderdown II Angora Money hemstitched Hemstitched JDXU 6vivVs 5T no superior Reverea just Marsailles weight floral patterns surrounded Quilt special week them OWEN I GOOD THINGS those who think of I In order to make room for our immense stock of Spring Goods greatestSlaughter Shoes Hoisery Em broidery Corsets Etc that has ever been seen in Richmond Our GoodsJt v Are coming in on every train and we possiblehenceter stock of now our at REDUCED PRICE havingbeenof care best houses in the States our store a call and we will convince you we mean business Yours for bargains LEE SMITHA McCann Bldg RICHMOND JDissolution partnership heretofore existing between Charles Douglas George Simmons mutual consent been dissolved persons owing firm urgently requested GEO SIMMONS ANTITOXIN SWINE DISEASES hOlaStatesHDeVauxsucceeded germ diseases prepared a theDeVauxbeen successfully treated remedy with hlghrpriceCompany guarantees that injection absolutelypreveusssyat least percent serum syringe will tenteAlJtJtoxOne ounce sufficient IOu ChemlcmjlCompany2taprly The Best- Investnaent is the Per Gold Bonds + ++The i Life Insurance Company jf Of Kentucky your old age you4know ftYouhacLbettegbesgfo than sorry See Us Ji C Trut 4Spec r I For Cloaks Fancy colored Eiderdown weight edped throughout colored Klaiiuulotte rIvalues produced Cloaks tI well Yau J t collar white sailor collar Ot When Ladies Handkerchiefs onehalf around with Novelty English Oxford size each that each IQuality 333 high grade Marsailles center Quilts novel groupings ferns flowers liaiulsonieR I ever offered money Price MCKEE lichmond Kentucky Good Goods Notions goods on shelves from the United Give that T K ISJanlw isolating Three and large SEE PHONE OR WRITE 1 The Lexington Tea Coffee C No 7 West Short Street Phne No 1215 AGENTS FOR shc Great itlutie If Pic IB tWith all of wiich you and useful lists sent child can buy as at our store as au v IT as now SUe half inch very patterns leaf welt real lace designs for Finest Teast Best Coffees Purest Baking Powder and Spices receive beautiful articbsolutely FREE Premium on application A cheap expert IBjanSm FffUiA = Z7zJ has made Richmond time best market OH Hides Skins old ZincIIest Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them all the LimeSi CALL AND GET OUR PRICES rf tjC5tj Thufrn art J Grq gry C jantf c r 1uuuIuIiiiTT TI T= HAVING decided to reduce our fU our stock of GLASS arid t QUEENSWARE perhaps f close out this entire line we have determined to take off 20 per centg2 pj on any article in this line regardless needingtal aneat future will save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH l 4thewayof If want anything special in fFancy Groceries i4 jc Glover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP J J J= tE0DEATIIERAE CO ti t JThe Richmond Climax ISFSDAY JAN is 1002 r A Wilkes Smith Dentist h r located over J B Stouffer Gfebtft hngtOre cs having corn for sale write f iiita Bennett Co Silver Creel hdecJSwir Ilobson dentist next doc t nunent building UhihmondKy Ftr Rent r rooms to rant cheap Well lo Thurman Groceryor L Ajlpto tf f in fonryeur Old daughterof Rev r 1Ia Baptist minister in Boyd- c v ill into a tub of boiling water- reived injuries which proved- L Mis Eva Toomey Ballard through rneys Jackson Roberts has- lit fr divorce on the grounds of n She was married to Beatty about six months ago vipl J William Wages has re- x the check for the last payment ii county school teachers The e IS call drlw their salaries when tL nnual reports have been filed in J eriutendenta ofllce Henry Smith lias been appoint e ct at Whites Station for the L Milmad This station has been M an agent for several months appointment of Mr Smith will great benefit to the citizens of i r igljborlinoi lie US civil Service Comuiis i ill hold examinations at several in each State during March and V t1 secure young men lId worn tlif govarnment seryice 9889 scure4l posillons last year ii these examinations Probably iMointmenis will be male this Iil appointments are for life most positions only a common c vlmation is required Salaries n lutees vary from to 1200 with liberal piomotions after Politics is not considered i is less competition in the South r itfs than in other parts of the y fills affords a good opportu li i r people between 1C and 45 f age Those desiring places of kijjii run get full information hem free by writing to the Co ui in Correspondence College IriIOn D Onnd asking for its s TV ice cutalogue number three Lost Iair of plassos Adolph Jordan 1lr on the case Return to this njS 25iletf Corn Wanted IJurnaui Ueunott Co Silver Creek ry want 10000 barrels of corn write hem for prices 4JecSw Logs Wanted Iti Hume Cooperage Company are n v market for 10000 white oak logs at theirufDco for Bpeciilcntionsand rres I3no 8w llandkerchlcl Reception T Young Ladles Missionary Circle 1 give a Handkerchief Jlecpptlon in fcuie in Joplius furniture stoio Fri ay February 7 In The Livery Business chargeru asedof J Y Gibson The genial a a many friends are gladto know Lathe has decided to remain ii town Mules Sold SriUi and Turney of Cynthiani pn c asedof Mr T Jr Curtis last week a carload of mille at SO per head The mnleswhich are said to be the finest sold in this county in loj time were shipped to Norfolk IrJlIia Bitten bya Tarantula Thp Jessamine Journal says sT R litter the grocer WHS bitt Jlon the thumb by a tarantula last Friday even hilt while hanging a bunch of bananas As soon as he was bitten he tipj a string tightly around his wrist aid summoned a phycician who cau terized the wound Mr Miller was at work the iext day nil pain and bad effects having aisappeareJ Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Office over Middletons drug store July 17tf For Rent A house fr rent on Water Street Apply to L P Evans at the State Rank and Trust Co tf Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are in the market for 1000 white oak logs Call at their office for specifications and prices 13noSw For Sale We offer for sale privately a thirty foot boiler and long stroke engine shafting etc ready for use will sell very cheap For particulars apply to D F or J D Chenault or this office dec 4tf Elliston Mill Co Last Warning All unpaid taxes will be advertised February County Courtday and sold dnylookat once no by bidding every thing gooa H H Colyer S M C Pound Party The Daughters of the Confederacy will give a pound party at the home of Mr J M Toyntz Saturday evening at 7 oclock for the benefit of the Coned orate Home You are invited to attend There will be an auction of pound articles Revenue Assignments Mr T C Adams who has been off duty for several mouths will be assign ed to the Searcy distillery In Anderson county as Storekeeper Merntt 11 Williams of Red House has been as Ripydistillery In The Federal Court Room Judge Cochrans number is 198 The Richmond Telephone Company placed a phone in the Federal Court room yesterday It is the first instrument in the Custom House and will he a great convenience to the gentlemen who have offices in the building Fire in ChicagoV An alarm of fire at four oclock Sat urday afternoon caused a run to the negro settlement known as Chicago on Irvine street Tho fire which was in a small house adjoining the Transfer stable was extinguished before any serious damage was done usda Revolver The Cincinnati Post says Charles Johnson colored of Richmond Ky an exconvict arrested at Fifth and Broadway Saturday evening bad a ro volver lIe had been terrorizing per sons in Pearl Street Market In Police Court Monday he was given 00 and costs Situation Wanted A young man sober industrious moral and of fair education wishes a position as clerk in a mercantile house drygoocls prelorred reasonable corn pensation only demanded Best of references given including Mr A ft Miller of the Richmond Climax Ad dress B U W care Richmond Climax Ijatiiw Right of Way Granted The Fiscal Con rt of Tessa mine county last week granted the richt of way through the county to the Blue Grass Traction Company The fr nchise is in substance the santo as granted by Madison county Tho company pro po es to extend their line sffnth from Nicholnsville to Danville and Lancaster Kicked by a Cow During the parade of the Gorton minstrels last week a wild cow became offended from some cause and made an attack on the band One vonnc man was knocked down and kicked so that it wes some time before his breath could be pumped back again When he pot his sensts back the pa rade passedon Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents T R HOB JOV Bichmond Ky Tho Bgrea f 0 The fight for the Berea Postoffice gets warmer every day There are three contestants now J M Hait the present incumbent n N Welch and P M Bowling Hon Vincent Boruinr Usaid to have indorsed Welch but Senator Deboe has not yet said who his favorite is The contest will probably be decided by his choice IGROCERIE Always Fresh And The Best Civetisaf rial Order MILLER BO4 ti 0 rjl Dr Hobson Dentist HlthmoniI Ky v nprl7tf Mission Band Entertainment Au entertainment will be iven in the chapel of Madison InstitntJ Jan nary 24 fur he benefit of the elihidrons Mission Cairo There will be fancy dress drills songs instrumental music ind living pictures A pleasant nd profitable evening Is promised Admission 25 cents children under twelvt 10 cents Committees Announced The Senate committees were announced by1 HonK Y Tjftley presi dent of the Kentucky Senate Mondiu morning and the name of Hon Curtis F Barnaul appears on four of the most important ones They are the com mi t tees on Banks nd Trust Companies Constitutional Amendments Courts of Justice and Religion and Morals No Smallpox We the undersigned practicing physicians of Kirkevillo Ky say there is nosmallpox in this town and thepeo pie need not fear in the least to come here II K MIDDLETOX MD J B OlJHIAU M D D L FitY M D l1MBoxLayMl Members Board of Health Stoves Ve havE on hand a few airtip ht healing stoves that wo nillicloso out nt cost for cash Come early and got choice When in reed of anything in the ban ware line come in and see us We carry a fine line of the best alaY1ll1man be gin 1 to figure with you on your work Give us a call We will give you good work and the lowest price Respectfully yoursA- RBCCKLE SIMMONS Removals ilr tV G Powell lisa moved his familj in the 0 ft ClieuauU residence West Main street which he recently purchased Mr John Uupard has taken the house on the Campus formerly occu pied by Dr W W Burgin Mr C R Boucher has rented the residence on Third street which Mr Rupard left- Attorney W Rhodes Shackelford hilts moved his office Into one of the handsome rooms over Middletons drug store 4Burglary at Irvine John Larison charged with robbing the store of H M Miller and F R Davidson at Irvine was arrested in Winchester last wtek IIndwas taken through here to the Irvine jail Thurs Jay The burglary was committed Saturday night A quantity of shoes chothing watches anil knives were taken besides about 15 gallons of whiskey which was taken from Powell Bros saloon An entrance was effected bycutting a paine of glass from the front window of one of the stores Horace Tipton Larjsons companion in nrirre escaped but was located in Jef fersonyille Ind The Estlll county officers went after him last week A Good Move The Lexington chapter of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy have petitioned uanhger Scott of the Lexington Opera louse not to allow the play of Uncle Toms Cabin ip be presented in that city again The reasons they givo are that the best citizens and old families living in and about Lexington were once slave owners as a heritage and not of their own choosing that the incidents of Uncle Toms Cabin are not typical of slave life but of isolated Cases that advertising the play with blood hounds a negro in chains and the slave holder with whip in hand give a false idea of the history of the times to the children of the city The petition is signed by four of the most prominent ladles in Lexington At Opera House January 17 Miss Dora Booth who has been engaged to appear in When We Were LwentyOne is a Southern girl of great beauty and talent Her first appearance on the stage was in On and Off under Charles Frohmans niunage ment but that astute discoverer of ability soon advanced the young ne tress to Miss Julia Marlowes company which she left to join Mr N C Good win where she became the understudy for Miss Maxine Elliott in the part of ThylHa in When We Were Twenty One When thecompany appears In the play at the Opera house on next Friday night Miss Booth will be seen as Phyllis the heroine In what was considered ilNew York last year the greatest play of the age Prices gal lery 25 j lower floor 35 50 75 SI Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to S175- CSFMJut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not he allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill onor before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delia quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LtaiiT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 Ii When We Were Twentyone When We Were TwentyDue gathers its Interest from the comradeship which exists between four men In middle life growing out of the com panionship of their youth There were five la the little circle of close friends but one died and the others de- v te themseivcs to the care and training of their dead friends son a young scapegrace known aa the Imp who has barely reached the age of twenlyone arid is industriously sowing his wild oats The Imp baa secretly contracted a marriage with an advent uress and his guardian Dick Car we and the Others seek to save him from the consequence of his indiscreet act It is a story of the foolish ways of boyhood and the saving wiadpm ol middle age It reveals how mature counsel given at the right time may save a youth from the snares which hem the path of tweltyone It ii Designed toshow the engaging picture of hearts bound together by endnriuj Lea at icwwWiin cjt nhpwa too e quaint Jove story involving laughtei and tears designed to take the iarei back to the days When Wo Wer Twenty 0n6 At Opera Houw J B- Hlaryn VaKv J u too IJ 0 L i Burned to tfealh Minnie Sthe eleven year old daughter of Mr and MrsVThos Ross near Paint Lick caughtffre while play ing in front of an old fashioned fire place one datlast week The child ran from the house to the barn wherE her father was a distance of 200 yards and before she fell exhausted her clothing was consumed and her body burned to a crisp She lived for two days but all the while suffered gret agony Lee Smitha Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be will be found the advertisement of that enterprising dry goods firm Lee Smltha which should be read by every man woman and child In this anti adjoining counties In order to make room for spring goods this firm is offering great bargains in winter dry goods notions shoes etc and these needing anything in their line should call on them at once Mr Smitha is assisted by a number of pleasant and agreeable salesladies who will give you every attention possible Read theiradvertisement elsewhere On the Health Board Dr 1 J TYazee received Saturday- a commission bearing the Great 8e4 of the Commonwealth and signed by Dr J N McCormick Secretary of the State Board of Health appointing him to the Health Board cf Madison county The appointment of Dr Frazte is a high compliment to his ability as a physician and his wide experience oud thorough knowledge of the affairs of the office admirably fit him for lila position on the Board of Health Tile citizens Of the county may feel assured Unit they are in good hands when they have such officers as he to look alter them Question for the Buyers From our window oil last Court day we could see three street fakirsgviiig away their goods to the gullible buyers who doubtless thought they were getting bargains Various kinds of pat ent medicines guaranteed to cure all the ills the flesh is heir to cheap books with gaudy coverings paper bottom shoes and clothing of such shoddy qual ity that no merchant in the city would have the nerve to offer to the trade In thinking of it these following ques tions naturally force themselves upon the thinking man Do peddlers trust you until you sell your corn Do peddlers pay taxes in your town Do you warm your shins at the fire furnished by peddlers when YOU come to town Do peddlers pay taxes in your county Do peddlers help keep tp the schools and churches Have peddlers any interest in you except to get your money Do peddlers correct mistakes Are peddlers traveling through the country for their health Do peddlers sell you goods when you have no money Did you ever buy anything of a pod dler that you could not have bought as cheap in town A Prelly Tribute to Mr McCreary As Governor McCreary ascended the steps of the speakers platform Thursday night says the Frankfort Round about Chairman Hickman of the caucus presented the new Senator with a handsome boquet of choicest flowers to which were attached ribbons of the national colors A card bore this in scription United States Senator James B McOreary From the Prandennial Club ofRichmond- Kentucky Clarence E Woods Secretary The boquet was guarded by Mr Woods all during the caucus and he held italoft whenever a telling point was made by the speakers nominating the Madison county man The Sena tor fittingly acknowledged the gift In his speech of acceptance of the nomination Tne Praudennlal Club is an organi zatlon composed of nineteen members of the professional and business men and clergy of Richmond and for sev oral years Gov McCreary has been its president never missing a meeting except by absence from the city Its mem bers regardless of party hold the ex Governor in affectionate esteem and sent this superb floral tribute upon the occasion of his recent triumph It was the solitary floral decoration of the grim old Statehouse and attracted attention throughout the evening the ladies es pecially being lavish in their compliments upon its beauty and appropriateness Mat Cohen Is Declared the Most Popular Elk About five weeks ago the well known tailoring firm of Jacobs Mahler started the popular Elks contest offer lug a fortydollar suit of clothes to the most popular Elk in Richmond or Mad ison county The coupons were held at 5 cects each and each coupon enti tIed the holder to ono vote Tho con test was a lively one from the first and it was not known until the closing hour come who would be the winner The voting closed at 9 p m last Monday night and a committee previously ap pointedset about to count the votes Mr Cohen was declared tho winner having received 2281 out of 4041 votes cast or Mat Sandige Cohen the winner was born in Boyle county August 22 1871 Ho came to Madison in June 1893 to take charge of J W Bales Saddle Horse Nursery He married Miss Patsy Parks Wagers April 11 1895 In march of 1899 ba was appointed live stock agent for the L 4 N R R which position be still holds Besides being an Elk he is a member of the horseImenwhich for several years have been in great demand in the New York and other Eastern markets When it comes to running Mat is a mighty anltDau to beatbeInfCallllcst aa equal to his fatherin law Sheriff John T WaRerg The liver MM M mschlo do with Son CkIIeIe with other Kinds a rll i iN Tea and Colfee calledtoand Coffee Company which appears today Realizing that they can profit by speaking to the people of this sec lion through the best medium in the county they have taken space for tho year Office Taken to Stanford Mr Wallace Varnon who succeeds Mr P F Adams as general store keeperganger will have headquarters ofthis division at Stanford where he resides Mr Varnon assumed the du ties of his office last week and has transferred the records papers etc to Stanford Ve are still thankful that the postoffice remains undisturbed and that we can at least continue get ting our njail as usual Kind Words Mrs John M Price of Atchison Kansas in renewing her subscription writes I find it impossible to do with out the news from my old Kentucky home and each week read with much interest the contents of The CLIMAX I wish the paper and all onnected with it a happy tad prosperous new year This is a sample of the scores of letters we receive from exMadlsonians all of which are highly appre iated by The CLIMAX Resigns from Confederate Home Com mittee Mr L P Young of Lexington has resigned from the committee which has charge of the matter of taking steps toward establishing a home for the disabled Confederate veterans of the State Mr Young is one of a commit tee of twentyfive veterans appointed by Gen 111 Poyntz last November In resigning he explained that he is not in favor of the plan as it has been proposed but says he has a plan which he will broach at some future time Sold Out The cfflco furniture of the Ideal Realty and Guaranty Company was sold under the hammer last Wednesday morning to satisfy a judgment of court in favor of N B Deatherage Tho proceeds of thsalo amounted to about 70 The defunct company was a home affair and did a good business until a few months ago when the opposition against such companies became so strong It issaid the company has resources to cover all indebtedness IFor the Good ofAII A special meeting of the City Council was held last Thursday night to discuss the proposition of appropria ting the three thousand dollars to the L A carsbops Thee meeting was largely attended by the prominent bus mess men who are most interested in the citys welfare After some discus sion it was decided that the charter of the city would not allow the council to donate any money unless the peo pie voted on it first Every member- of the council as well as every man in time house favored the proposition and the Mayor advised the council to consult the various lawyers of the town in regard to the matter to see if an appropriation could be made legally Before the house adjourned the Mayor appointed a committee to see how much money could be raised by pri vate subscription This committee went to work at once and has met with fair success Every business enter prise of the city should be represented in this subscription as every one will be benefited by the business it brings to town Legislative Ollicers The Kentucky General Assembly was convened Tuesday noon Tle Senate and House were organized without a hitch Below is a complete list of those who will serve in both Houses SENATE President pro temN F TJtley of Logan Chief ClerkWilliam Cromwell of FranklinAssistant Clerk W 0 Jones of Graves Sergeantat ArmsJ P Swango Doorkeeper John H McWaters of Marshall Enrolling Clerk Miss Jennie McDonald of Franklin JanitorJohn L Norris of Garrard Cloakroom Keeper Thomas Watson of Graves HousE SpeakerGerald T Finn of Simpson Clerk James E Stone of Breckin ridgeAssistant Clerk Gerrgo II Ieters Hopkinsville Enrolling Clerk Miss Amy Lyons Jessamine SerpeantatArms W Longmiie of Fayette Doorkeeper W A Plunkett of OwenCloakroom Keeper and Assistant Harris K Alexander of Mason and Garland Sledge of Warren Janitor Walter Snodgrass of Mercer Pages James B Knox of Hancock Charles M Parrish of Clark John W Monfort of Franklin and George S Lawrence of Trigg Struck Gas Mr J K Worrell who has met with great success In his efforts to foil oil during the past year returned from Estill county Monday where hose cured leases on several thousand acres of laud Mr Worrell told the CLIMAX that he had just discovered one of the most promising gas fields he had ever seen and was expecting his company to take the matter up at once The place is on White Oak and has always beeq known as the Boiling Spring Although the existence of the spring has been Well known for years yet strange to say itnever occurred to anyone before that the property was valuable As soon as Mr Worrell heard pi tha spring he went there and on examination was satisfied that gas was near the surface Altar probing around In the sand for a few minutes he struck a match and to his eurprise a flame several feet high shot into the air He had sumac trouble in extin guishing the flames and confining the gs The farm of about five hundred acres was bought aa eoon as a trade could be made After that leases were takeapn six thousand acres so that now the company controls a strip three miles wide There ia no doubt what ever in the minds of Mr Worrell and his associates as to the success of their enterprise in Estill They propose to construct a pipe line to Lexington either by Winchester or Richmond and expect to be fully prepared to fur nish Rf a for both cities on the route At the mouth of White Oak and oa Mr Worrells ieaaefim another spring in which green oil le very pere f tib Mr Worrell during the last few days Mr ceiyf4 letters from preawters all r thee country who Ewko 6 o- leitItibo this new ie14 c 1 iiii fftitf b PERSONAL Miss Anne Bennett is visiting friends in Cincinnati ExMayor Claude Smith Vas in Ir vine last week Miss Janie Feland visited friends in Lexington last week Miss Boone of Louisville is the guest of Miss Carlisle Walker Mrv Thomas H Pickets spent Sun day with friends in Lexington Mrs Leo Smith has returned from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Elizabeth Luxon of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Wm Luxon Miss Emily Chenault is visiting Miss Christine Bradlby in Lancaster Mr H G McElevain has returned from a business trip to New York Capt Joe Harris of Beattyvillc was in this city Thursday on business Mr James PBush of Winchester is the guest of Mr P B BroaOdus Mrs T D Chenaplt Jr is visiting Mrs John B Chenault in Frankfort Prof David Chenanit of Lexinton visited relatives in this city lat week Mrs C E Smith of Lexington was the guest of Miss Mollfe Fife List week Mr W W Hojson of Virginia is the guest of hiss n Dr V H Hobson Mr William Denny of Garrard court ty spent Sunday with friends in the cityMiss Mary Newton of Layfpllette Tennessee is visiting relatives in this city Miss Nettie B Chenault is the guest of her aunt Mrs Prewitt on Third street Mrs Harris of Detroit is visiting her son Rev Dr Harris on High streetLittle Rosie and Ethel Seifrhd visited Mrs G W Gates Saturday nt Silver Creek Mr and Mrs W W Pigg are visit ing the family of Mr MH Pigg in Lexington Senator McCreary came up from Frankfort Friday to spend Sunday at home lion C L Searcy returned to Frank fort yesterday after spending Sunday athomeMrs Kellogg has as her guest this week Miss Annie Milward of LexingtonMiss Chenanit has returned from a visit to Miss Kit Chenault in Lexington Rev Dr Harris is able to be out again after a severe illness of nearly three weeks Miss Mollie Warford of Eminence is the guest of Mrs W S Pryor on West Main street The friends of Mrs Arch Doty will be sorry to learn that she is very ill at her home nekr Kingston Mrs John R Pates and daughter have returned hone after a pleasant visit to relatives in Versailles Miss Lottie Farris has returned to her home at Kirksville after a visit to Mrs Feland at Lawrenceburg Miss Florrie Chenault has returned from a visit of several weeks to Miss Vernon L TJeggs in St Louis Dr Harry Blanton of Richmond was here Sunday to see one of our charming visitorsCentral Record Mr and Mrs Waller Bennett will en tertain at cards Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs E Tutt Burnam Misses Berthenia McCord and Earle Chenault were in Lancaster st week the guests of Miss Florence Burnside Misses Catherine and Peat Ely have returned home after a pleasant visit with Miss Lettie Swearingen on Oak street Misses Mabel and Et1iel Swearingen have returned to their home in Sidney Ohh their sister Miss Lettie accom palling them as far as Cincinnati Mrs T D Chenault Mist Carlisle Chenault and Miss Mariah Lynn left yesterday for Victoria Texas where they will remain for several weeks Miss Bettie Taylor who has been visiting Mrs Vernon L Beggs in St Louis for several weeks returned byway of Lebanon where she visited relativesDr Mrs Hobson entertained handsomely at cards last Friday even ing The prizes were won by Mrs Smith and Mr Joplin Mr Fred L Grinstead won the guests prize Mr and Mrs James Bennett have returned from a two weeks visit to Louisville where Mr Bennett was under the treatment of Dr Cartledge His friends are glad to hear of his great improvement in health Mr Samuel C Lowry who graduated from Central University in 1392 visited his old friends in the city last week Mr Lowry has been practicing law in La Grange Texas for several years and has been very successful in his pro fession having recently boon elected to the office of County Attorney Mr SCardwell of Louisville passed the Civil Service examination at Chicago last week and has been notified that he will be appointed as second Lieutenant in the regular array Mr Cardwell was a popular student at Central University four year ago and his friends hero will be glad to learn of his success lie left college togf to Cuba in 93 o RELIGIOUS TheY M 0 A meeting was held Sunday afternoon in the Baptist Church Tho meeting was conducted by Attorney IL D flush At the Christian Church next Sun day night Rev Hugh McLcllan will preach a sermon to the boys and girls Send your boys ana girls The Mt Zion Christian Church of Beclcnerville Clark county has called Prof J W McGarvey Jr Of this city to serve as pastor for the earning year a position he has filled to the satisfac tion of hisparishionere for sereral years Rev Charles A Nonrse br several years pastor of the Presbyterian Church at rliicetpB Ky has accejbted a call fooNew Orleans Mr was a stvdeat at Central Vnlverstysevcral- yeas ago graduating Wth honors wlt14beclssof 84 j MATRIMONIALPBEWITTSOSS and M Ida RUSS 4eouuty ned bothl1 lArmer oflSciatirijc MAvthLAKESWIhhin4ItMaupi and MiM city were married last Sdnyb- yBseTrzbbl Ll4m HAEELWOOO Imr VeU- eywii1d MilMS wi ff elwop l Borea wr mi fit the b4s l t Ws r t i f Yt Shoes For Men THE RIGHT KIND AT RIGHT PRICESS Our lines of Mens Shoes embrace everything from an honest all leather work shoe at 100 up to the finest patent leather that money and skillcan produce T Big Stock To Select From Our assortment is extensive the largest in largelotsus to offer prices and quality that will save you money on every purchase Take a look through our lines at 100125L50 175 200 225 250 300 350 400 and 500 and well show you whywe lead in Shoes as well as Clothing q COVINGTON BANKSj MuBPiiYWiUTE Mr F M Murphy of Indianapolis and Miss Susan White of Millers Creek were married Satur day at the residence of W A Jones in this city Rev H G Turner officia ting The bride is the daughter of Mr Durrett H White and is an attractive and popularyoung lady Immediately after the ceremony they loft for their home in Indianapolis LACKEYPOWELL Mr Beecham Lackey and Miss Jeanette Powell of NicLolasville sprang a great surprise on their friends by getting married in Lexington last Wednesday The mar riage took place at the residence of Rev I J Spencer The bride is one of the most attractive young ladies of Niche lasvllle and is very popular here where she has often visited Mr Lackey is a son of Jailor James C Lackey and him been Deputy at the county jail for the last four years The CLIMAX along with all his other iriends extends congratulations TAYLOKRUCKEH The marriage of Dr Vardy W Taylor and Miss Price Rucker will take place at the brides home this morning The marriage is the happy culmination of a long court ship which has been watched with in terest by the many friepds of both Dr Taylor while yet a young man has become very popular in his profession and is one of the most prominent phy sicians of the county Miss Rucker is one of Richmonds most attractive young ladies and is a general favorite with all who know her After their bridal tour Dr and Mrs Taylor will return to Waco to make their home YocsaGiLBEnr The marriage of Miss Rhoda Gilbert and Mr W A Young of Clark county was quite a surprise to the many friends of both in this county and in Clark The marriage took place in Lexington last Thursday in the presence of a few rel atives and friends of the young people Rev O J Young of Monticnllo officiated The bride who is daughter of Mr Perry Gilbert of Speedwell is one of Madisons handsomest daughters and itisvith great regret that her friends give her up Mr Young is a son of a prom- Inent merchant of Becknerville He was formerly in the U S Army haying but recently returned from the Philippines The best wishes of scores of friends go with the young people wherever their lot may be ca- stDEATHS McCxiNTOcK Mr Alexander 11e1 Clintock one ol the most prominent citizens of Lexington died suddenly at his home last Friday aged sixty eight His wife and seven children survive one of whom ib Rev W D McCllntock formerly pastor of the Christian Church of this city but who is now Dean of Chicago University In Memoriam Just as the old year had passed out and the nW was in the full tide of its new bornday a soul winged its flight into the Great Beyond In the death of Robert Lee Porter Rockcastl and Clay county have lost one of their most bAloved aud valued citizens Al though young in years being only twentysix he was well qualified to hold any positron and at tho time of his death was associated with Judge JC Chenault of Richmond Ky who conducts a general merchandise store at this place Mr Porter was born and reared to young manhood in Clay county He entered the academy nt Mt Vernon where ho graduated with high honors After teaching a most successful school for one term he was engaged as clerk by George T Johnson at Brush Creek which position he re tained until Judge Chenault bought out Mr Johnson in June 1901 Nor was he then forted to seek new fields for Mr Chenauir having been about there for several years iu interest of the Big Hill Coal Company had no ticed and greatly admired the sterling qualities of Air Porter so his first thpughtwas to keep him as his chit f clerk and business manager so well did he conduct the affairs that he soon won the complete confidence of his employer And BO it is with the deep est regret that we chronicle the death of one so capable and before whom such t bright future gleamed His death came as a severe shock and with out a moments warning fk it were He and his employer were sitting to gether talking over tW bw4w of the past yew and tayi K pans tor the new yeAr when stkhfeajy h pst hi hast to hiM ar MId txeitM dI be lien I MI OBIC to he MritebV thwte a liMb vkife fcs s EI mt eettltMt ac1M llist4erC e ing from that moment became intense and seemed hard for mortal to endure He was not relieved until his spirit took its flight to the land where there is no pain ills stay on earth was short but the good impressions he made will live after time BrushCreek once considered one of the most wick todaybettergentle life His remains were taken to his Clay county home for burial The funeral services wore conducted by Rev Williams at the conclusion of which there was not a dry eye in all that vast throng for it seemed all of Ilookcastle county had come to pay maybelove him His many virtues we cheer ish and the life and worth of Lee Porter will long be an inspiration to the youth of this community His Friend Orlando Ky Jan 7th 102 II genuineLaxativetho remedy that cures a cold In one day Little Child Killed Last Thursday little Patsy Goff the eightyearold daughter of Prof John Goff of Indian Fields Clark county was killed by the accidental discharge of a hobart rifle A negro boy was car lessly playing with the rifle when it went off the ball striking the child in the eye Talk Is Cheap Talking is getting to be very cheap in Louisville now The Cumberland Telephone Company which is an ally of the Bell system in order to breakup the Home Company has begun giving away telephones to any who will take them The Home Company is a in dependent system recently organized and it has slashed time rates so that the old company has to do something to keep in tho push Bones Found They are still finding things at Lower Blue Licks a place which seems to be an inexhaustible storehouse of rel i sof past ages William Hunter while digging a well near Lower Blue Lick Springs the other day found the bones of a gigantic skeleton said to be time largest ever found in that vicin ity A number of prehistoric bones have been found at the same place during the past few years Last summer Mr Hunter exhibited his collection of bones in this city and his specimens were good onesParis Kentuckian C Receives a Premise of 25000 Information was givAu out Saturday raorninjrby Dr W C Roberts Presi dent of Central University that a per son whose identity was withheld had offerred to contribute tothe endowment fund the sum of 25000 provided a anti liar amount be raised from other sou re monIeysubject to Dr Roberts check when the above condition is complied with Nothing is known of donor except that he is an alumus ot Centre College Dr Roberts says that it is a sure thing that the necessary amount will be raised by the time designated and that the endowment fund will thus be increased 50000 9If you lose your ring you still have your finger left Master Commissioners Salff I it C Broaddns Admr against PI1rIH C uroiddns Hre and Notice ot Sale In Equity ofLIaboyqtieWljnnUJ taiwj 28j 11 About the hour of 1 oclock a m on the K7IA House and Lot la the City of Richmond Ky conUialaff see acre and bounded H follows tile north bv Mala street OB the west byfet own4 by the Unwell Ktlrs OB the south by the let OTKA TJ SMith and on the east by the W ia eoU IaceThis rMOB of the city contain good building omeTKSMSSale tealne the purchase moBy te hare the fast sad ect of a Replevin oedbaHatlsaj IEeeiteoo MM fear orle wttk a 1 pssm4 litrSE SCOTTia HCMOC Ii ty TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets I Itfailsis on each box 25 cents Sympathy doesnt fill an empty stomach New Century Comfort Millions are dailv finding a world of ItkilliBruises conquers Ulcers and Fever RheumBoils I Warts Best Pill cure on earth Only 2t25c at Perry Thomas drug store The electric fan has gone out of bus mess Heads Should Never Ache iINI Never endure this trouble Use at IMrsshe writesDr Kings New Life Pills wholly cnred me of sick headaches I CureHeadache ji 25c at Perry Thomas drug store ia IJanlm It takes a touching sermon to rais a church fund Dr WhItes Electric Combs 1r1 Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MM ORBA C HART State Agent JJfeblyrs Provide for the worstthe best will save itself Stops tho Cough and Works OS tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 1ecure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents 11Themost of himself Finds way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Dis covery that will surely lengthen life is made by editor O H Downey of Chu rubusco Ind I wish to elate he writes that Dr Kings New Discov for Consumption is toe most in fallible remedy that I have everknown for Coughs Colds and Grip Its in valuable to people with weak lungs Having this wonderful medicine no one ConsumptionItsPerry Thomas drugcist Guarantee every Soc and 100 bottle and give trial bottles free The beggar doesnt have to be weighed to bo found wanting The Spirit ol Winter The Spirit of Winter is with us mak ing its presence known in many differ eat ways sometimes by cheery sun shine and glistening snows and some times by 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 and the symp tows of scrofula are developed andag gravated There is not much poetry in this but there is tnth and it fe a wonder that more people dont get rid of those ailments The medicine that cures them Hoods Sarsaparllla is easily obtained and there is abundant proof that its cures are radical and permanent 1m The average young mans hopes are raised more frequently than his salary The healthy old man wears his gray hairs like a silver crown What if ho be threescore and ten if there is still Ore in his eye firmness in his command in his voice and wisdom in hit council He commands love arid reverence Yet how few wear the man tIe of age with dignity Dim eyed querulous of speech halting in step mind they lag aupeifln cue on the stage dragging out the fig end of life in a simple existence The secret of a healthy old age is a healthy middle age The man Who takes care of his stomach who keeps his body prooerly nourished will find that the body does not fail him in old ate The great value lof Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery lies m the preservation of the working power ot the and otherorgans of diges ion and nutrition From this center is distributed tIme nourishment offthe whole body the salt for the blood jhe lime for the bones phosphates for tho brain and nerves A sound stomach meant a sound man A man who keeps his stomach sound by the use of loll en Medical Discovery will wear the crown of gray hairs as befits a mon arch with dignity and ease We never appreciate the greatHefljof some men until they are dd Tatter SHKbe m a4caeea The Intense itching and smarting inci dentto these dfeeaeeateteeteaUy alkyed by applying Cbamberlates Lye awl Skin Oinrtmesit Mwy T 7 cese have been permeeeeatly cre4 by It It- iieqaahly ccleiit for pike aad a favore reme1y for see nipee chapped hands chilUaiM frost Met said chronic sore eyes ifeta pwftox hr Cedys CIthw FwsjaM wM a keee aee4 we i eeI 1iTT XtMie bieoa =Tier are oi id tt tart M t p S- hsts Ii eoIs Pefru ill I iit LrIj Ininilb Si idutlc hilL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BICQMOND Sfor VrulUetawrencebUIJt8hll SrSJrJr and CUdnnatl Forlrvln 1t tam F runi riCre1c 801 pm TBAIN3 ABKIVH RICHMOND I from IxmUflllfl Lexington and UtMam 2lpmFremlrrlntVramMillir1 Crett 131 am C Jtv BSOWNINQ Gin Mgr i kt Go to D P ARMERS for the largest stock and lowest J prices in Jewelry Line octuW ii1ORE LIVES ARE SAVED t BY USINQ Dr Kings flew Discovery lOIt Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And 1 Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFcverPlcurisy WhoopingCough r Prico 50o 8 SI Trial Bottle Pr- ooOKLAHOMA 4 Indian Arkansas Territory + Texas BEST REACHED BY + Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road By Leaving Louisville at noon l158S s1vc 18 Freerof Louisville lForschedules awl rates write to R H FOVJLER Tray Pass Agt I C R IL Louisville Ky it you Most Harness- Soft I You can Baka baft nesr aa left as a glove and as tough awtre br camc EUK UK A liaracme Oil You can lengthen Its lifemete It I lass twice aa lone Iordinarily wo- uldEUREKA Hants Oil mate a poor looking kaiv aes Ilk new Had of pan hMT7 bodied oU et pedallr prepared to Wbfc wand the itrP- old eerywbiI- 1arn rSAI Mill STAHAM M CI OL AL AL We have just opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are to furnish the best Coal at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a call Ujie Coal OIJ Phone JACK FREEMAN Mgr octUlZw TilE KNOBLEl WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOF A PRAC TICAL PER FECTFILTERforhome mercial use We guarantee our to STYLB A perfect satlslac Ca desIredlIerwe will put up a FILTER In your home or office for a weeks trial to show you its meritsSend for Complete Catalogs KNOBLE FILTER CO JAt ILYBOIBN CHICAGO ILLS A i W f Pittsburg Central Stock Yards i Pittsburg Pa P R R t Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers t rearrangedi for Baltimore Philadelphia New nnd all Eastern markets Good buy on always in attendance for export cattle and all other kind IItoekI far Commission firms given prompt attention f Private Horse Sales Every Week Day iSimon ODonnell GenL Mgr l t Thuthorn MWitvtnt Co I if OF LJBXINQTON KY I The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITSr paysto4premiumkIn8nrance Company 562000rr Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages 7 SMITH BOWM7Nt-f SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY Silts A T MILLION Local Agent Blchmond Ky t C E SMITH Pres F E BAIRD See and TreallJ L M WARE General Manager ttI L Tb Jccro Draty Sure y C Q J Incorporated CONTRACTs 1 FI 3 The BEST because 0- t willmake theI Money prepared TilE W It is BEST because t- tthtre is no high ratio 3 business oh our I Books f It requires LESS money to com pete an Investment in U The Jeffer son than in any other Company new and FILTERS give Washing York J J tIIP1JOME OF1CE I c No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY e rLp r C7i p A XEW BAGGAGE BOX Devised t t American Soldlera Res4 meat Going to rblllpplnen to Be Equipped with Them Each soldier in the army when he goes on a trip will carry his own bag gage The war deportment is experi menting with a telescope boxmade of a trunk fiber which Is intended as a sub stitnte for the locker boxes now used frr transportation of the personal efo fects of enlisted men Gen Chaffee Ift writing to the department come time ago asked if a more convenient meant could not be devised for carrying the baggage ot troops The locker boxes of commands sent to the Philippines are placed tn the storage apartments of the transports and on arrival tIDtheir destination ore always from one to five days late in delivery to the sot diersThe boxes are heavy teumbersome and awkward to handle Col W H Pats tob of the quartermasters depart taettl has been giving some considers lion to the matter and has had manu factured a strong telescope box made kInchesinches deep when closed The depth tan be increased to 15 inches and gives ample room for the storage of the ef fects of a soldier The box is durably supported and is held by means of leather straps A han dle at the side will allow each soldier to carry his own box which on board ofa transport may be stored in the berth transportationscope box is formally adopted for the service to make a thorough test ofit Enough of the boxes have been or dered by the quartermasters depart ment to equip a regiment which will carry them to Manila THE AMERICAN BOY Alfred Mnielr Wealthy and Pro grelve EnjjlUlimnn Snym lie Is Brighter Than EnRlUb Youth The plan suggested by Alfred Mose bigfortunemond fields to send Englishmen to America to study commercial meth ods there was indorsed by a recent meeting presided over by Lord Ileay chairman of the London school board and including Sir Joshua Fitch chief inspector of training colleges Sidney Webb and Dr W Garnelt chairman and secretary respectively of the technical education board of the London county councilsays the London correspondent of the New York Journal and American As a result the first batch of pupils will leave here in August next for n four months stay in the United States It will consist of a commis sion of two or three members of par liament the heads of some of the biggest business houses n few labor leaders and representatives of the leading universities- Mr Mosely says that the American boy is brighter than the English boy and consequently becomes a brighter man Hence he believes that there must be something in the American educational system which Is lacking in the English system and this is one of the things that the commis sion is to try to discover They will also study American methods of commerce and industry FIRE SERVICE FOR MANILA Former Chief of New York City Sc lecteil to Itemodel Department or Iiland City From a reliable source comes the information that Former Fire Chief Hugh J Bonner is considering a propo sition made by President Roosevelt and the war department to reorganize on New York lines the fire department in Manila Philippine Islands Mr Bonner has practically admitted that such a plan is in contemplation The tender of the appointment to Mr Rentier was made in consequence of a cablegram from the Philippine commission to Col Edwards chief of the insular bureau of the war depart ment asking that the best available man for head of the Manila fire de partment be recommended to them Mr Bonner went to Washington a week ago went over the situation and when he left there was given about a week to think over the matter oT his acceptance of the post It is believed that he will accept The place prob ably will pay 3000 to 3500 a year Great Tlrllnlnn Iron Trade Great Britains iron trade seems id be on the down grade according to the New York Tribunes London rep pigiron2800000 tons as compared with 3109000 tons in 1900 and 3251000 tons in 1899 and although the production of steel should come nearly up to the standard of 1909 when It totaled 1340000 tons of ingots of all kinds the total quantity of manufac tured iron will show a big falling oft The shipments of pig iron will be raised by the end of the year to about 1050000 tons or within 60000 tons of the quantity shipped in 1900 Model City Finn Howard J Rogers chief of the department of education and social economy of the St Louis worlds fair is in New York to confer with the special committee which is planning the model city feature of the fair The committee consists of Charles C Height John DeWitt Warner Charles R Lamb Albert Kelsey of Philadel phia and William S Crandall The administration building It is said will be taken as the municipal center of the model city and around it will be grouped some of the most impor tant administrative buildings found in a welldeveloped city When woman la nervous her imagina tion Ve9 fantastic threatening shapes to the most fa miliar ob jects day- shestartain fear at every sudden or unfamiliar sound night the furniture of her room takes on af frighting forms gobtinreason with the nerves Neither logic nor love theusrHounshed and then the outcry of the nerves will cease as naturally as a hun gry child ceases to cry when fed bettertonicvorite Prescription It cures the din eases produce nervousness in draitutinflammaUonweakness It tranquilizes the nerves refreshing wasnot1136pof uterus and kidney and liver disease and wsi tiilWouldittendloggahtToldtcriptloQ And Golden MedIcal Pacvezyat oicItWatereachday theatUjlSHIeirDr Piroes PoIIo Ci4 h41muu t 11l J 1 Kentucky Pick= Ups NEW SCHOOL BOOK BILL One Introduced In the Stnale Which Will Stir Up tbt Ubby Frankfort Kyv Jank Senatdf HIckman Introduced a bill in the sen ate Wednesday which wilt stir up hischool book lobby It is modeled after the Chinn school book measure which wasdcfeated four years ago and provides for a school book commlssi which shall make contracts for textbooks tho maximum prices of whicjli are fixed in the bill Senator Carroll Introduced a bill creating a state board r charities to be composed of thred members whose salaries shall be 3 per annum This bill is the one ecommended by GOY Beckham In his messageSThe following bills were nr dCc the custodian of public buildings shall be elected by the board of sinking fund commissioners creating and es tablishing a board of commissioners nown as the Kentucky state board of- harity and defining the duties providing that in an emergency a country Judge may have surveyed and built a temporary road or passway where the old one has been washed out establishing a free library commission which shall assist in establishing free libraries in any community so desirIing to require passenger on railways running through or by the side of a county scat to stop at the county seat The house transacted no business THE BIG SPRING David Cahill Enjoined Temporarily From Interfering With It Lexington Ky Jan 9 The James Pepper Distilling Co applied for and obtained from Circuit Judge Par ker a temporary injunction restraining David Cahill the owner of Charlie Herr from interfering with what Is known as the big spring by setting up in engine and pump before it For a quarter of a century the makers of Peppers whisky have been using water from this spring It is situated on a farm recently purchased for stock breeding purposes by Mr Cahill from I N Wilson Cahlll declined to allow the distillery to further obtain water from the spring A bitter legal fight Is promised THE HOWARD CASE Judge Cantrlll Overruled a Motion For a Continuance Frankfort Ky Jan 9Judge Can trill Wednesday afternoon overruled the motion for a continuance in the sane of Jim Howard charged with otnpliclty In the Goebel murder and the work of selecting a jury will be lommenced Thursday The motion for a new trial was made by Howards attorneys and was based on the absence of alleged Important witnesses The court directed that attachments be issued for absent witnesses who fall to come here Enoch Wlshard Buying Horses Lexington Ky Jan 9EnochWishard the noted trainer who re sently returned from England and Monday bought Runnel for 13000 Wednesday night bought of Thomas Stevens the bay colt Wyeth 3 years old by Wadsworthdam Fonsie for 10000 These horses will bo a part of a string whIch Wishard is collect ng for the coming season Wyeth won the Junior Champion stakes and the New Century stakes last season The Church Lost the Case Frankfort Ky Jan 9The court of appeals Wednesday In the case of the Broadway church vs the common wealth from Lexington decided that a church that rents a parsonage to others than the minister must pay taxes ou the parsonage property as It Is used for gain His Assets Are Nothing Paducah Ky Jan 9William H Webb orfe of the best known travel- Ing men of Paducab filed a petition In bankruptcy His liabilities are 15 000 assets nothing The principal creditors are Paducah banks and Jerry Porter of Clinton Alleged Robber Captured Winchester Ky Jan 9John Lar rison charged with the robbery of four Saturdayday A lot of the stolen property was found on him- Treasurer Youngs Shortage Louisville Ky Jan 9The expert examiners who have been looking Into the books of former City Treasurer Stuart R Young will report to the mayor Saturday The total loss Is said to fall a little under 41000 Steamboat Engineer Injured Dover Ky Jan 9The towboat Lr B Lewis blew out a cylinder head at Dover Wednesday morning and terribly injured William Sutherland en gineer His left leg was broken and he sustained other painful injuries They Confessed sHopklnsville Ky Jan 9Redman Morgan and Cole Vaughan who held ap Groceryman Bob Goodwin and Jno F Ellis Tuesday night were arrested Wednesday morning and confessed rhe stolen property was recovered One Day Was Enough Lebanon Ky Jan 9After serv ing only one day of his term Ivo Bras iell who was sworn in as coroner ot this county having been elected last Vbvember has resigned his office LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE IBKTWIUCN LtHisvilit aid Sf Lwit 1PltlitHR r MM and fmtninfesoton a Jauu LJ IftWl NItAfoVIIVLLItKv a r j I Ursednie Polish Will Class Suir sad giro it the iuu look to much dmircd Will Cia n Put Glass with Kale labor and no duet Will Last longr Uian ant other polish U lltllo u rr iiinTl lu do tim of t Will Not Roujhcn tile hail lander Skin Will not Scraleh PulupIucnaTtnleotrnrm Coctt lex I the Leal author UlraK dealer not have lLama name and adiireu hit free tataitil- eUNEEDM POLISH CO Chatham Pa 31jnly 6m +++CALL AT ++ + + JONES MERSBOJU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing ff drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Qeanlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tLc exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic Ho other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In permanentlycuresDyspepela Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdigestlonPrtpored For sale by Perry Thou atJ4AG4I1Ifl0 I am agent for the Page Wire Fence And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tincs Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for Bale J TCOY Kirksville Ky t FrnayIyJ 2 jrnJ ti O C 7j 0C- c C 5 f ftifT1 A tII 1 CqT c a Winter Tourist Rates to 5OT aCAaPoints on th- e2ivj eoa And All Inland outn MM Win r P norh As well as points in Texas and California 0Via Big Four Route Continuing until April SO 11102 tick ets will heon sale from all points on the Big Four Route good for return passage until May 31 1902 Take Adraatage of the Low Rates and sad Lout Return Limit For full infornmtionand particulars agentsBigderslgnedTuos A GARniCAN Huntiriirton V Va Child Worth Millions liMy child is Worth millions to me IarrlaburllPacroup had I not purchased a bottle of One JUnute Cough Cure One Min 0Utcroup and throat and lung troubles An absolutely cafe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest chile can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste and remem EverytauntlyMinute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be needed suddenly PERRY THOMAS You seldom see a person witha sun ny disposition and a shady reputation Children Especially Liable extremeIysuit in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps lie JJaVittapainsooncounterfeits Sure cure for piles De pybabyJrkv tuJ writes Mock N WL JRII The sore were so bad drtl84lladatiPURY P K AN OPEN LETTER Addressed to Wdmenbgr the Treasurer of theWCiTTL of Kansas City Mrs E C Smith Mr DEAR S isrrmsI believe in advocating and upholding everything that will lift up and help women and butlittle use appears all knowledge and learning if you haY not the healtlrto enjoy it Having found personal experience that Lydia E inkhams Vegetable Compound is a mediemo b rare Virtue and having seeri dozens of cures where my Buffering sisters have been dragged back to- life and usefulness from an untimely grave simply by the US2 5f a few bottles of that compound I must itB virtues or I i3hould not be doing my duty to suffering mothers and draggeilout housekeepers Dear Sister is your health do feel worn out and used up especially do you have any of the troubles which beset our sex take let the doctors alone tryLydia EPinkhams Tegetablo Compound it is better than any and all doctors for it cures and they do notMns E 0 SMITH 1212 Oak St Treasurer W C T U Kansas City Mo CJ MRS E C SMITH What is left for the women of America after reading such a letter as tho above but to believe Dont some of you who are sick and miserable feel how wicked you are to remain so making life a burden for yourself and your friends when a cure is easily and inexpensively obtained P Dont you think it would pay to drop some of your old prejudices as Mrs Smith says and Try Lydia Eo Plnkhams Vegetable Compound which is better than all the doctors for cures Surely the experience of hundreds of thousands of women whom the Compound has cured should convince all women of the wis dom of taking the advice that Mrs Smith offers in her letter above published Read What Mrs Burnham says II DEAR MBS PINKUAM Words fall to express how thankful I am to you for your advice and I cannot speak too highiy of Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound I was sick for three years with female weakness I had dizzy spells headache backache feet and hands were cold all the time would get tired and faint very easy I also had dropsy and was troubledwith leucorrhoea I suffered for two weeks before each menstrual period and my ovaries would swell very badly I took lots of medicines from doctors but received no benefit To my husband I tried Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound and I am now a well woman and your Compound alone did itMns 1L W BumraAM Russell Mich Jan 31 1901 Follow the record of this medicine and remember thatHhese thousands of cures of women whose letters are constantly In this were not brought about by something else but by Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound the great Womans Remedy for Womans Ills Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred thousand times for they get what thorwanta cmre Moral Stick to the medicine that you know is Best Pinkham for advice 15000 StEWARD We have deposited with the National City Bankof Iynn 55000 which will be paid to any peruon who can and that the shore testimonial letters fle not genuine or were published before obtaining the writer1 special per million LydIa K Pinkham lodleta Co Lynn Mass A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under tho Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TARRH by the usa of powdem acid pnstefonnrheirmembranes causing them to crask open and bleed The powerful acids used In the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure while tilediseasetitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treat perfectedused not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATARRH by removing the cause stopping the ills inflammationIt partsTillGUARANTEEDCAlUmH extremely low price of One Dollareach package containing internal and exter nat medicine sufficient for a full everythingnecessary perfectCATAIRHnow recognized as the only safe and positive cure for that annoying and din inflammationretieeHAYFEVERCATARRH when neglected often CONSUMPrIONUSNUF1FLES cure in any form or stage if used according to the packageonce and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive specialadvice from the discoverer of this wonderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the thetGUARANTEED theUflitedlEDWINand 2332 Market street Philadelphia maylyr TherE are always two sides to a question but the other side doesnt Interest us Makes Weak Wee Slmg I have taken your REMICKS PEP labeatTonieevery weak woman strong I cannot praise K OIlihiMr O D Picker LtidrJle t THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatmint by Which Drunk arks are Being Cured Daily in Spite of Themselves No Noxious Doses No Weakening the IusitivoCure It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered iutoxieatlugof neutralizing and eradicating this and destroying the craving for intoxicants Softeners may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from bushiest by this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which has been perfected after many ofinebriatesto directions of this wonderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the howhardmarvelous transformation thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men HUSBANDSYOUR FATHERS I This remedy Is specificforisthoroughly ofteaorcoffethe person taking it Thousands of withthismore have been cured and miido temperate men by having the CURE ad relativesthoydiscontinued deludedprovement Drive csfciha disease at IEGOLDpllcingwithin 25topackage Special advice byskilled extraDotlarAddre5 2332Mrkjutcorrespondence strictly cpsfiden thai RliJUIlIlc1 dy Ilemoves Pain In oUe Pleas IcretarytMrJuettca COtIrt says Haifa bottle ofHanBa BitItttackolfr1lefrob1pIDFJMldlotoI Drug sorO m lfalu tre uII9 1 ij1Ihil 4rIAL 4vo rW net rae Jlr run1l 4Y I l 4 rstutStt arI 1011 pnsta pmy n t5 a 41 un rb sI11 4stcod a i4 IrII OUR STEEL TOWEr i dtoo HYGEIA SPRAY OR WHIT WA 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