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I c L = i pi I1 1 IIII m iiI= I VOLUME 2SRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY M 1902 NUMBER 351 I ROFSSSIONAL CARDS A itO mEYe RW MILLER LATTOBXKYATIlVW 1 rICJlUGND KEuCY xths Barnaul Juljaiaj next floor to r8Ntt91fl8I v febaly J G1TLLr fI rrHVj ttIONDKENUOKY vr State Cuk Trust Go op Siurt House on MainStreet li 11 lL OHKXAttLT ATTORNEYS AT TAW WIND KwrtUpKY- re on Second stree over Chen J jrooery iR LETCHER AUcrneiIaLath JCBSTUCKY i MOSD nover Taylor Pros Store J CKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW rUiHMOND KNTUCKY in John BeD BU old 1atvoce over TUomW drug slot o 3icEsS IS GIBSON GIBSON fit YJICrAiYS AND SURGBOKS KENTUCKYMOXI cm tLl4zRsbOding audo Sec ure c oye Vane oW IUlolare I C HOOKER AIfI instate Ontario Veterinary CoKtfe linary D oth ry and Sterility a Specialty j roiUccat Mable on corner First and r Streets Richmond KYapr71y ll C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery ue 1rather Buildinc Main Street r hone at residence the Untr Iliac e on Broadway nMn KENTUCKY EVASIM Dv PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IMuNfl KENTUCKY ETL Si1aaERZ t a1 tOnS01 DIII Top LOUSVIUB Ky f Office next floor tuOoernment Building Mfld1y Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 L1y L Harry M Blanton 3= DENTIST I Office in Bennett lluliaing TELEPHONE 196 c DR LANDMAN Jf Hotel GIyn1ouV Vehdsy January 15 11OV Our 6tiodsV AIND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us atrilil rjlm 1iB- j1iB m IDn e1DllIDiI 1Bb1Ii TIP ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases uOi bombastic claims All we have to say is wo buy in the best markets of t lie world select the la test goods and when you buy you know have the latest uptodale goods IS that what you want If so track Wth WnlteAND Gibson THE BEST PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers Is th- eTwiceaWeek C6urierottmal The equal of many dailies and the superior of a other semiweeklies or weeklies edaesday and Saturday 101 copies a yaran you get it for only JOO A YEAR The Wednesday issue u devoted to News Mat ra the Saturday isxue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Acents Sample copies cheerfoJlI18en free to all who will ask br Write to COURIEvJOUgNAL CO 1oulsvllle Ky- B SPECIAL AUnANOEMEIT YOU CANGET TIIE RICHMOND GLIMAX 1J rnp TwiaI ree Cmttt JwuI Both One Oziy15O ILV 1 I iQa e jJ6hThe KeiltuckyiIt VICTOR BOGAERTS Store I xington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and Swiss Watches also I Diamond Setting andline Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen J also irmko ii ppwialtv of MEOATS CrSS 1INS I TOnnd Hwinu ins Jono by a flue Engravfr H ve you Seen r ofUrranhlcs I Jly Motto ANDlAtR Victor Bogaert K57B KY13Cebly= =fjO 6 Beauties JAll 4S J = j ttJt Our Floral Decorations We possess the ueeessa jarebeauLIes Klc30rder now mar jteutlon LEXINGTONKY HENRY L PERRY Agt c Bells Flowersgo Everywhere y S Th 9 e- uIJethne Polish SILVER l WBtTTir CM Will Clean SHIer anSI ui e II the new took 10 uiavIi UKiivt Will Clean PliIo Glass with little labor abS MidutiSWill Last Lonqtr than oilier polish aa so llttld rv llirtl lo di tlt1 Will Not Raushea tho Uosl lender Stir Will Nol Scrsic ImupiucnilteoieutformC- ostH loa u iQUoraoU by Ibe Kent ulluf Itirs ir joMrdealeriliKS nut have ttseaa nama and address for f rev sample UKEEDMH POLISH CO Chatham Pa TikiuIy6ul Winter TouristJ Rates to eAa oMa- Points on the eoask And All Inland Mlm Win r iEworts As well as points in Texas and California Via BigFour Route Continuing until April 30 1902 tick ets will he on sale from nil points on tfioiBiji Four Route pood for return asageuntiINay31OO2 take Advantage of the Low Rates and and Long Return Limit For full information ami particulars fls torntejs tickets etc call on a euts nnideTIIOS A GABHICAJ Jiunliucion W Va foA t After He Comes Ihij thing that the expectant mother a can do to help her should t do One or the greatest blessnigsII she cm give hire is toig do this she must have health self She should use everyWeaflS j to improve her physical condition ft She by aU means supply C S herself with 3 H 1iot1erIFri fQl g It Will take her I through the crfciia w I easily quickly ndIgives j anjl vigor to muscles llt mishOw strongert 9 j mujtcies are fo which bear tho f yetI intherewiU lIe t9AwornanS lad 61Y s Mothers Fxiend did wonders forsnie Praise God fipr- w ir i hiIpothers Friend is a b1essmgto tall women wbO undergo naturiS fordeal of childbirth Get MOthrS Trei- attM 5 tInII store iper btiet- NE WAariCLD R GUUTt AtlMta G iIVritil for our BtLb7kBunlr WHAT CHINA NEEDS It Is Not Material Progress So Much as Christianity So Declares Hey N C Pooii Chen Vouiiccr Element Iuttlni Hope In More llnllronUs nnd Telegraph iintl tlctter Armies Rev N 1L Fqon Chew at present said to be nn editor of a Chinese pa per lit San Francisco in an address at New York city pii the needs of China ut the present time said Those who have followed the trend of affairs In China said he know that Its needs at the present time ate greet and varied The younger generation are clam oring for a new order of thing They are trying to peep Into the future instead of t lhatargy by material means a few more rail roads and many more telegraph poles better armies better navies But this younger wrongItCharles F Gammon superintendent of colporteurs for the American Bible society in northern China writes to the society concerning the present sit iatiou in theXHiincse empire as fol lows While at Shanghai I observed that the Chinese government wns openly violating the provisions of the protocol The great empire would shake off European dominatelug Thousands of boatloads arms and ammunition were passing weekly up the YangtseKlang and the arsenals were being enlarged and worked day and night Cargoes of explosives were being received und the dowager empress had Issued Instructions to all officials Ip re cruit the army and also to Inform her as iandforces at a given pair t There were and are many other unpromising features tthoseend Inot yet and that within ten years and pateibly within five a war will ensue neverknownwaking repeated attempts to expel the foreigner each time profiting by past ex perience each time with more power and success each time better equipped andobetter planned She is now preparing as never before buying vast quantities of perior weapons and reorganizing auiarmies on a correct basis Therefore the next attempt will be gigantic In force rlsultInmemberment ot this empire at a terrible cost NOTABLE CLAY MOSAIC ZlcmnrUahle Work of Art Discovered by Acting Architect of Capitol at WnnhlnRloii capitolthe ball Mr Woods discovered the ex istence of a remarkable work of art by C Brumidi the artist who decorated the rotunda of the clillitol and nionyof the senate committeerooms corri dors 35 years ago In the southwest Washingtousfarewell pused to be a bit of painting On ex animation to determine the question of removal it was found to be what is probably the finest specimen of clay mosaic in the country The material is cloy set into the wall when in a pins tic condition so prepared that in the dry state it fits into the picture in proper tint the whole at a little dis Sauce resembling an oil painting Its nature and method of composi Josephnllkema1l1J sistant of Mr Bruinidi and who with his son decorated the new committee rooms and corridors this year Bru mldis signature to the work reveals a clear artistic trait of the artist JtYhilehe was at work on the rotunda and the senate ving there was much criticism over the selection of a for eigner to do the work so he lookout naturalization papers dud the signa ture to the work in the hall of the houpe reads C Brumidi citizen artist American Alter Shipyard The Journal of Commerce of Liver inrestigatingtheup the Clyde shipyards finds that while there is no need for apprehension yet the matter is more serious than many in the trade supposed An American lawyer who has been distinguished in the formation of operatorlishment of the American cotton syndicate visited the Dennys Itus sells aud others to discuss the mat ter It is believed that one of the builders he approached estimated the lowest figure for the purchase of the yards which would receive considera tion at 30000000 This sum exceeded the expectation of the agent and he left lIe stated his intention of re turning later on Put In Irlcon for Debt There is a popular impression that imprisonment for debthas been abol ished in Great Krtnin The county court returns for 1000 which are just published show that 4002 debtors yearTechnicallycontempt of court in Jailing to pay after the judge of the county court liad ordered them to do so but the nonpayment of debts was the real of fense The system apparently had a good effect ih the case of the ma jority of debtors as the returns show that of 129044 against whom commitment warrants were issued 124352 paid up when they came face to face with the alternative of going to prison ClnMioiifie for Street floya mlllionalremqnufac1urer a fine clubhouse for boys between the age f 5 and 15 who are In the habit of mating the streets their home SOMETHING NEW They sure dandnif lair falKny need adie etc costs the same as nn ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb Tho only patented Comb in the world People every where it lies been introduced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impossible to breakor cut the hair thil on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in eteru respect Send stamps fQr one Ladles eizn 50c Gents size Sac f Live men and women wasted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success- See wautednotico in this Rper Ac dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27febJyr Donlt Live TpgvCfes Constipation and health Esvsr Rl tosetber Dq VVittff Little Early Eli era promote easy action of the bowels with tIistr SPI huts bee troubjed with coszeness Ino yeftrSlJay JOQreine Dep wIDJ I have tried many remdles bntLhtJe dyTheei lye best TiatiltePty A THOMAS Li X HAD LONG STRUGGLE Women of Methodist Church to Be Given Place in Conference The New Conntltutlou Adopted incWhich Provision la Made for Their Ailiulmlon na Delegates with Unrestricted Rightsp irccogitiono e tndedthe women have won says the Now York Tribune A statement to this effect has just been made by Dr Stephen L Baldwin recording secretary of the Mission Society of the faysferences are so far in that it is cer t adoptedThenewted at the general conference of the church held in Chicago in 1000 ap proved by it and referred for decision to the conferences throughout the world The principal changes are that it gives women the right to sit- sa delegates in the general confer ence it gives laymens electoral meetings authority to vote on constitutional questions and it changes thetvote necessary in the general conferPnce to amend the frommthreefourths to twothirds Dr Baldwin said in an interview The subject of admitting women asGdelegates was first agitated at theCgeneral conference held in New in 18S8 At the general conference in sgo stwomcll were elected but two withdrew Another long discussion took place and it was decided that he women might take their seats with title in dispute The four de clined to accept this condition and withdrew The question was submitted again to the church but although a large majority of the ministers voted in Javor of admittingwomen n equal terms it was defeated because the required threefourths vote n favor was not obtained Last year the general conference accepted the new constitution which contained the desired clause The various sectional conferences have all been heard from except a few in foreign fields and more than the required threequarters vote is assured NEW CARRIAGE CALL The Mnn with the FogHorn Voice Displaced nt Xeiv York ft y Clec p inc Signal Lights Much clamor and confusion will be done away with at the Metropolitan opera house by the installation of an illuminated carriage call system which will signal to waiting coachmen a half mile distant The proper num bers will be flashed froma conspicuous place commanding the stretches of pavement where the carriages labs and automobiles now crowd and jam the crossings after opera hours Operators stationed at the entrances will give numbered checks and without the aid of the man with the foghorn voice calling ones ve hide will be only a matter of switch jng a series of levera arranged some what like a typewriter board The figures from to 9 can be shown in each of the three large aperhires so that carriage calls zany be numbered up in the hundreds and changed every two seconds The principle of the de vice is similar to that of the shifting advertising legends written in colored incandescent lights The owners of several theaters are waiting to adopt the system if the testt the opera house is as successful as seems probable The inventor is Mortimer Xbrden secretary of the NordenBittener Electric company RAGGED BUT HONEST Needy Errniil floy inVXew York Cit Returns Pnt Pocketbook Wlilrli HP IlcUod li A remarkable display of lionestynn the part of an errand boyin tattered clothes has aroused much interest in Morrisania Marry Hunt 15 years old who workss hours a day in a drugstore and takes his weekly wages of three dollars to his mother as his share toward the support of the fam ily found on the street jocketbook containing gold and paper to the value of 110 and jewels worth tOO more carryhimturned over the purse After counting the money Sergt McGann looked at the boy and found that his shoes were badly worn his stockings had holes In them and his clothes were ragged Why didnt you I5ke sojne of the money and buy seine new shoes asked the sergemto J need the shoes replied the lad y but the money wasnt mine T ran here as quick as I could so no one could iay I stole it Hiivolope Cnniies De th James llieksa prominent iron man ufacturer of Cincinnati 0 died in tIle WaldorfAstoria nt New York the other day bloodpolsoning lie came to NeW York city about a week no A few days later he was licking an envelope when the sharp edge of the paper cilt his lip nndblood poisoning set in Mr hints was prominently Identified with the Cincinnati Corru gated hon company anti the Pique roll ingmills Hisrwiifowivho is a daugh ter ofexitfayorTttothas 6f Cincin j nati arrived in the city in the evening and accompanied Ih0 bqdyi o Cincin nati Vvhere theburial took place SluiCe Iron PHInr In India The largesfwroffghtiron pillar is at Delhi in India It is feet high and weighs 17 tons Finds wayto Live Long The startling announcement of a Dls covoiv that will surely lengthen life is madeby lhorO II Downey of Olin rubusco Ind vl wIsh tostnte116 writJlhat Dr Iiuj i New Discov err for Consumption is the most in fallible remedy that I have everknown for Coughs Colds and Grip Its in valuable to people with weak lung Having this wonderful medicine no one 1sumptlottHsreHer Perrr Thomas druggist Guarantee every lOt anti 100 bottle anti give trial bottles free In base ball as in cookery tbo best batter takes the cake DO YOU WANT To sell your KEALESTATE TIMBER DYOUkind of property Write me with all letohelpyouALock Box 475 W Va 12d c If It you fled itTtoipof glblc to tell twit aprtv teJthtmlortliercI t COLUMBIAS GIFT University to PC Enriched by Vnla able Collection by Clilucsc Government presidentfrom United States Minister Conger in Peking a letter saying that the Chinese government is pre aring to present to Columbia uni versity fof its chair of Chinese a collection of maps official papers il lustrations books on Chinese literaI materialDr regarding what is being done for this educa tional works l1 Last June this chair for the study of the Chinese language literature history and nation In general was by a subscription of 100000 hich has been subsequently increased by 12000 and I feel sure that it will be still further increased this yearV In just what manner the chair will be conducted has not been determined The committee is at work studying the manner in which the Chinese aud oriental chairs are con ducted in the universities of Eng land Germany and France A re IhenIhilippinesust be considered in addition to that of the purely educational one D Ihin2remains an unknown nation and country Ve are only just beginning to learn something about her and her mysterious past which gives evi donce that a civilization existed thera long before that of EgyptTMRS JACK Slit Wilt Not Allow Huston City CutIpluSes to tnllet tier Ycue linn Pnlnce IWireto inspect her Venetian palace Mrs Jack Gardner threatens to light her great ballroom and the interior of the building with candles and to run the risk of lire as the underwriters have notified all the insurance companies not to accept a risk upon the place un- dlrtht present conditions This state o f affairs is the result of considerable correspondence between Mrs Gardner and Commissioner Lott When the place was being construct ed Mrs Gardner had the wiring done by an expert man and supposed she would have nodifficulty in having con nection made with the cables of the powrrfurnishing company When she learned that all work of this kind in Boston had to be examined find passed upon by the fire underwriters and the inspectors from the wire dpartmen1b of the city Mrs Gardner began writing to Commissioner LoU in an endeavor to have the usual formalities dispensed with An inspection was unnecessary but the inspector was obdurate Then Mrs Gardner grew indignant and said she would light the place by candles rather than allow a city employe to en ter the place The fire underwriters have sent out notice that insurance companies must not Insure the a sndlight companies not to make connection with it until the owner huts com plied with the usual requirements PLATINUM IN THE YUKONo Consul nt Vnncourcr Sncgrxts That Mliirrn Are Through Ignorance LostiiK Vnlnnblc Mineral Consul Dudley at Vancouver sends to the state department a report in which he says The superintendent of the assay office here has reported to j the press that among the specimens of gold brought to him to be refined he has found considerable quantities of platinum and he is under the im pression thai the miners do not know platinum when they see it In all the placer mining districts of British Co lumbia and the Yukon territory large tmounts of platinum and kindred metals have been thrown away by miners who did not know the value of priceflo be on the lookout for this metal icliieltquantities in this province Platinum is not found in ledges so far as is known excepting in one place in the world It is found in black sand con mining a large percentage of magnetic iron ore and a varying quantity of voIdVhas rn seil Experimental Stage The wireless telegraphic system of exIIcables the London correspondent of the New York Herald Arrangements theIcharitcterThe departure of boats will bs signaled with instructions as to the amount of luggage number of pas tengers and other useful information and it will no longer be necessary forth friends of the passengers to wait hours at either end when fog has de layed the boats starting A Yankee In Egypt introl1rangement of holsters by means of whlCh2120 tons of coal can be ilnload ed In tenhours and vessels will save Lfire days out of ncven A Cure For Lumbago W c Williamson of Amherst Va sayslimit a year I suf fered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Patn Balm and it gave mo ontira relief which all other rem edies had failed to do Sold by Stockton Hagan 1iu Cutting remarksthe tombstone mn A Profitabe Investment II was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and In bed lialf my time says E Demick Som erville Ind 1 spent about 1000 and never could get anything tohelpmeun tIl I trIed Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few am en tirely weItH You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and Jtdlgesinjf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the t11dto1Youdol1tlwant Kodol DyspelSianuro cut ea all stoinjicli toulilos JJcrry Thoraa Poor wfirfcneh and potltlclftna s WRUIP tU itQlIjIo tlel NatureBabies proper food rarely ever medi j T cine If they d3 not thrive ion their food something is I f wrong They need a little I ffrS1M12kICODLVEROL WITHHYPQPHOSPHITESOFUHESSODA I will generally correct this difficulty I ii= times a day you will soon seek a marked improvement For j i larger children from half to = a to s 1Isoon show its great nourish S t ing power If the mothers = milk does net nourish the I I baby she needs ths emul sion It will show an effect f at once both mother iI5ocn eoo a SCOTT DOWNE Chemists New York 5 Lt ttttsWhats done can never be undone specially if its a hardboiled egg A Novel Trip The gasoline yacht The Willa Jmette ownedby Col T U Ilfpy has made several very interesting trips since it him been in the irMcrs of the Kentucky river hilt the first of next month it will start on a trip that will far eclipse all former ones The fol lovring gentlemen will compose the crew Messrs Ifipy Clay Bell Bond Leathers Hawkins Walker Nowlin and Redman Tile route that has been mapped out will be about 9000 miles and will be IS follows They will go via the Kentucky Ohio and Mississip pi rivers to the Gulf Mexico thence East along the southern coast of Flor ida and Alabama and rounding the Florida Keys will bead for tho gulf Lawrence to Lake Ontario thence fnto Lake Erie via the Wellaiul ennui The Willamette will then have a smoothrnn through Lakes Huron and Michigan and from tho southern part f the latter lake will pass through the Chicago canal into the Illinois river thence into he Mississippi and back to the starting point This trip will be a pleasant one if the weather is favorable and the party will no doubt have a happy time Anderson News A teal may be funny but that doesnt indicate that ho ispossogstd of wit The American Newspaper Directory is held in respect by all advertisers Nobody has a higher opinion of this work than I and I fully appreciate its completeness Seven advertisers out of ten haze their calculations upon it and I have never known an advertiser to discredit cue of its ratings Every advertiser who spends 5000 a year keeps watch of circulations and there s no question but that ttfe publisher who withholds a circulation statement commits iin trron Advertisers buy circulation Even though they use what are known asuquality mediums they want to know how ranch quality they get It Is morn necessary for a newspaper to have a rating in the Directory than it is for a business house to have a standing with Dml and Brad street Every week I soe instances where a publisher loses business on ac count of not being properly rated in the Directory Qeo P Ioicoll Company make no demands that are not reasonable and adverlisera know that any publisher can get lii8 paper cor rectly rated if that is what he wants S E Ieitli Special AdvertlsiUFr Rep resentative ICO Nassau Stj N Y i Dec 71901 The tombstone never ays mean thiiifcs about tho man wboft down AGood Recommendation have noticed that the salo on Chajnlorlains Stomach fc Liver Tab lots is almost invariably to those who have once usoil th msas Mr J 11 Weber a prominent druj rist of Cascade Iowa What bettei tccommen dation could any medicine have than for people to call for it wlilin again in need of SuCha remedy Try them when you feel dun after ejiting when you bave a bad taste in mouth feel bilious have no appee or when troubled with constipatiof anti you- areecrtaili to be with the pronipt relief delflhl1 lrood For sale by Stockton lagan 1ra isntCarelessnoss s thatcauses peo ple to break UioTert Comtinndinents Remarkable Cure of Croup Lffe1SavcdLiiave Chamberlains Cough Itemedv Jt saved my little boys lilt I11 feel that cannot praise it enough bought e bottle of it A E Stoq e of Uood win S D and when homo with itthe rbaby could hard breathe I gaytrttiQ medicine as directed every ten nliHutes unlit he r and then thought sure bo vfis going to choke to death AVo hind Ito pull tIle phlegm out of hii mouth ii great Strings I am posftirethit f I had todsyJeErJot that bottle ouJth dichlc gI by Stocfeten k IRan lmn- Men UPPtil r Be drum Jlll Ihp 11iihiStipaZi tliC hint 0 f Do You Know Il That Buggies and Cant ages are from to StO cheaper now than they acre a few weeks ago We still have JoodIselection on our floor sale money by buyiDinuwand qualItycost Prop LJ 1902 O 19027 70 1 e O M I Useful Presents Think What Useful Presents WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA CLAUS 5 i1 We are from cellar to garret with Useful Holiday Presents X 9 1 I Beautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Aqua jproof Kaia Coats from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful I Robes fromAlfredour own importation Beautiful Glotes of all kinds FOWNESthe b best in the world Beautiful line of Ladies Trunks and Bags fr Beautiful line of Mens Leather Suits Cases and Bags Beautiful line ofNeckwear Mufflers Supenders Night Robes Underwear Socks W 7 Handkerchiefs Genuine Mclntoshes Rain Coats c Just think what ttjtt We have the largest in tucky Beautiful Childrens Sweaters KenI 1i tiful Mens Caps Iij LOUIS STRAUS liiAND FINE r FURNISHING ETC OPEN LEXINGTONKENTUCKY 1 w78 7ij 7 The football player makes headway with his feet 1 A WONDERj S lULLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures nil and bladder troubles removes grovel diabetes seminal ellllcsions weak and lame bucks rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles tr drugistSI One small bottle is two months treatment antI will cure anv asa above mentioned Dr li W Hail sola manu facturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Scud for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KyIIKAI THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 DrE W huh St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Toxhs Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I begllnsinjitfeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A RIDDLE To marry a woman for beauty alone is like buying a house for its paint Sonic time aso my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in her chest and had a bad cough I gaye her Chamberlains Cough Rem edy according to directions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have never kniwn it to fail James Prendergast merchant Annato- Bay Jamaica West India Islands Ilio pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which i ii this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Chamberlains Cough Reme d y It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by Stockton Hagan 1ni The selfish man goes out of his way to get in other peoples way MOTHERHOOD The greatest ambition of Amer ican men and women is to have homes blessed with children The woman afllictcd with female ills ease is constantly menaced with childless wife Xo medicine can restore dead or gans but Wiuo of Cardui docs regulate derargcmcnts that pre preventmisCArriago functions and shatterednerves homosbarrenWine of Cartel gives women the health and strength to bear heal hy children You can get a Jciollar bottlo of Wino of CardulV IroCS your dealer 143 otUreflt Memphis Tena April U1ool ofWljiRhadlKsentnamcdgi roul rth to a chIld untU I took wine IUIlI1OLhcroiatinobbY1rl loabrwelghsfourtee1OuBlilllId I teellowmy Musearili 11IfiJ more another season prices or materials are glng iiiiiiVJor Jolyi tJ loaded V Whaf a beautiful Present one Irof those Dick Shryock Suits J IImade to order would be 11 i + GUS 7 iF EADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT TAILORS GENTS GOODS HATTERS STORE EVERY NIGHT- s II 7fiWE 171 TEXAS becoming WllIEorCARDUI Donelson Bathing Holiday I 00 Suggestions 6 Here is the making of a Happy Home a And here is where your friends buy The enjoymentCHAIRS and r ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary r Buy for Christmas and use all the year j Leather Goods Picture FramesWe have a nice line of and Ladies Desks Andmany other things useful and ornamentalj1 UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE jWSOIdhamVj 0 RICHMOND jhlyatly KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture FramingV For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines of t Pictures andt t Framing Materiali ntWatermetalframes foriWemake frames while you wait Vo bavent space to name our hundreds of genuine bargains Your are InvitedVto call and inspect the largest and lowest priced line ever offered to tho pricesbought++ ++ ++ GEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY I WHY NOT BUY THE BESTil IIINo 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full line cf 7 I andtlfamcssSend for Catalogue 41diJ Price List COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen R ckPa 2o septCm t J1 i YEAR i PIL ri 1ir c if 0 IIc d 1 lie Richmond Climax J O CHENAULTmrrealdent Managerr 1902hPUBLISHKU EVERY vrKDNKSDAY SY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated 4 INFLUENCED by the appar ent preference of the Isth mian Canal Commission for the Nicaraugua route the i American people have given little or no consideration to the merits of the Panama theIPacific It appears that the if Commission was never in doubt as to the superior ad f vantages of the latter route but were forced by the con f ditions that then existed to give preference to the Nica H iaugua route Since the Com mission made its first report the conditions have changed 4 The owners of the Panama t Canal have offered their prop erty including all of their rights at the sum fixed by the Commission as the valuet of the property and the Commission has now recommended the adoption of the Panama route 40000000 is thef price With this as a basis the estimated cost ofcomplet- ing the canal is 100000000 or one half the estimated cost of tjie proposed Nicaraugua canal It should be bourne in mind too that the cost of the Panama canal is based up on known conditions and therefore can be accepted as fairly accurate while the cost Jofthe Nicarauguan project is largely a matter of specula tion and may prove to be ma J ny millions less than may be required The Panama route then offers among many oth i er advantages an immense saving in the cost ofconstrue tion and in operating expenses quicker transit splendid harbors and comparatively 4 early completion of the work Unless the interests of the Americans who have obtained concessions in Nicaraugua and seek to dispose of their privileges to the United States government at a big profit has too much weight with Congress it is obvious that the Panama route will be chos en Danville Advocate The report is going the rounds again that two of Ken tuckys public men have cap tured fortunes The Eliza bethtown News says The Xews has it on most excellent authority that Senator J C S Blackburn and Gen P Ar Ilitrdin have both become quite rich Blackburn made his money in some wise in C1F1OroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY I fireat Clearance Sa1e- A A Lot of Good f Things for the k Coming Week Ii Big Bargains in J t Each Depart 1yg cy itment 1Now is the time A to make your Selections 111 Dont miss this j OpportunityDuring be Cc tween season Jjg time t we will ii I offer you irnera- iinducements to Ic makeyour pa Fi per contracts a I Ynowi 11LC1F1BroverCo1 5UIN AND BROADWAY c LEXINGTON1KY kZLIt11 J c T vestments with his late son inlaw Mr Lane and is said to have 100000 in cool cash Hardin has made his in a goldmine in Georgia He holds stock in the company which he got at a very low figure that is now worth par and to the value of 100000 The mine has been in successful operation and the actual re turn in gold that has been sold from the same has run the stock up to par and it is likely to go very much higher A DILL for a capitol appro priation was introduced in the Legislature Monday by Representative Holland It creates a commission ofseven members and a secretary with the Treasurer and Au ditor as exofficio members A special tax of 2 cents on each 100 valuation is to be levied for six years but 10 000 is to be made immediately available for the preparation of plans designs and other preliminary work The esti mated cost of the capitalis 1000000 THE city of Lexington is to have a 50000 Carnegie Li brary Hon Charles J Bron ston has been in correspond ence with the Millionaire Phi lanthropist for several weeks and his efforts were reward ed by receiving a promise Monday that if the Lexington people would provide the funds to support a library that a donation of 50000 would be made Now if Mr Bronston would dig up the same amount for his old home town it would be greatly ap preciated A New Buffalo Phil Wand Nettie Peters In their new laugh producer A New Buffalo will be the attraction at Opera House Jan 21 22 and 23 There are few comedians wbo have more laughs to their credit than Mr Phil W Peters and the vehicle which he has chosen this season to display Ins comedy ability affords him great opportunities Mr Peters lisa not done I ke many other stars who try to ar range everything for their own person al benefit On the contrary he has surrounded himself with a competent company of comedians all of whom have their innings and as a result it is one continuous laugh from beginning to end The band and orchestra which MCT Peters carries with iiim will be found a great feature and the parade which will occur about the noon hour on the above date will be one of the best ever seen in the city and should not be mfesed by any one The advance sale of seats for this attraction will begin Monday 20 and the prices will be IS and 25 Gallery 35 and 50 Lower floor An Interesting Promenade Take a walk through a cernetry and you will pass the last resting place of a man who blew the imlkzlo of a guns to see if it was loaded A little further down the slope is a crank who tried to see how close to a moving train he could pass In strolling abont you will see the monument of the girl who tried to start a firo with keresine and a grasscovcred knell that covers the bov that put a cob undor a mules tail That tall shaft over the man who blew out the gas casts a shadow across the grave of a boy who tried to jump on a moving train Side by side the ether al creature who always had her corset laced to the last notch and the intelligent idiot who rode a bicycle nine mile in ton minutes sleep on undisturbed At a repose is a doctor who took some of his own medicine There with the top of a shoe box driven over his head is an old man married to a young wife Away over there reposes the boy who went fishing on Sunday and the worn an who Jtept strychnine in the cup board with tooth pawders The man who stood in front of a mowing ma chine to oil a sickle is quiet now and rests beside the brakeman who fed himself to a 70ton engin and over in the potters field may be seen the bleeching bones of the man who tried to whip the editor while only a short distance away rots another carcass which oven tho buzzards refuse to touchthe man who got his homo pa per on credit and refuses to pay for It Ex The Law not Necded Tho Kentucky Educational Association at a meeting in Louisville adopt ed resolutions recommending radical and dangerous changes in tho school law of thE State which Will baby a com mittee drafted into a bill and presented to the Legislature to be enacted as a law The law they recommend would be an outrage upon each school district It denies each district the right to elent its own trustees to employ Its own toacher and denies the district the right to buy its own schoolhouse furniture fixtures etc and centralizes the whole power in the hands of a paidcounty board that can employ teachers wheth er they are satisfactory or not We believe the patrons cf each school dis trict are the best judgesol their own needs and wants and that the right and privilege to conduct anti control their own affairs should notbe taken from them We do not know it and have no evidence now to prove it hut it is our opinion that the big publishers of school books maps charts etc and the manufacturers tf schoolhouse fnrniture supplies etc lire behind this scheme Thtsa concerns have dip pod their hands into the school laws ofevcry State whenever they could AB a rule it is much easier for those concerns to deal with a county school board than it Is with the trustees of each school district and whether or n6t they are behind the proposed law they will welcome K for It will be to their liking Paris Gazette Dont Live Together Constipation and health never together Je Witts Little Early Rts erf promote easy action of the bowels with distress I have been troubled year8saYdfJOGroouc many remedies but Little Early Risers giVP bet lesulte PEOKY TUOMAB T OUR NEW SENATOR From the Press of Other States It is to be Senator McCreary of Ken tucky A very good selection a vast Improvement over Deboe who is about the smallest man Kentucky ever per mitted to go to the Senate Nash yule American Dean s The peoplo of Kentucky are to be congratulated upon the nomination dl James B McCreary to be United States Senator the nomination being equivalent to an election He was by odds the strongest and fittest man who has been mentioned among the possi bilities and ho will be a distinct addi tion to the Senate e I His election will indicate that Ken tucky is returning to her earlier ideals of worth and stability of character in the choice of her senatorial represen tationAlbany Argus Kentucky is to be congratulated on her good luck He is a gentleman lie is a man of the world in the beet sense Kentuckian will not be a shinnied to point him out as their Senator He stiuJs for eminent respecta bility in nil souse of tho wordOhat tanooga Times Dem s e The Kentucky Democrats appear to have made a good choice ota candi date for United States Senator in James B McCreary He is one of the repu table men of the State and he has a superior reputation at Washington where he is well known from service in CongressBoston Herald Dem We see a little light breakinS in on the Kentucky Democracy in the nomination of exGov McCreary for United States Senator Wheeling Intelli gnncer Hep This action brings to the front again a wellknown figure a man with whose attitude on public questions we have generally been unable to agree and probably that same disagreement will continue to exist All the same we congratulate Kentucky and the Senate of the United States Senator Deboc whonc he will succeed has not proved of senatorial size Ae do not know but he may be a very worthy citizen but he was a fortuitous choice an he has probably failed to satisfy even his own party I Boston Transcript Ilhere is not a Kentuckian upon honor could have been more fittingly bestowedand the exGovernor will be a distinct acquisition to the Senate both from his natural ability and his wide lId longcontinued acquaintance with public aflairsNew Orleans 1 1mesDemocrat If James IJ McCreary makes ns good a Senator as he was soldier then Kentucky is sending a great man to the Senate LafayottoInd Journal Dem Coy McCreary the newSenator from Kentucky wilt enter tho Senate alter a long and honorable career in the House He will take rank with the ablest men in the highest legislative body In the world With Blackburn and McCreary in tho Senate Ken tucky is represented worthily Deboe the accidental goes out unwept un honored anti unsung Raleigh News and Observer Dem To tho outside public the best known of the Kentucky candidates for the United States Senate was oxReprescu tativo J Ii McCreary who ccurcd the nomination of tho Democratic legisla the caucus Thursday night and will be elected next Tuesday He has a creditable record as a member of lower House of Con leEs anti will no doubt prove a worthy Senator Chariot t N C Observer it The election of Governor McCreary as Senator from Kentucky will give general satisfaction to Democrats both because the election wont off smoothly and harmoniously and because Got ernor McCrenry is au eminently antis factory choice from every pointof view lie is a thoroug Democrat an able stntennan and an honest man It is by such citizens that Kentucky should be judged and not by the lawless lie publican adventurers who have endeav ored to lay violent hands on the State government by every crime from elec tion fraud to assassination Indinnpo lis Sentinel Saved by a Miracle It was believed until a fewdays ago that every bit of evidence In the f v mous Goebel murder case had been de stroyed by fire which recently visited the building formerly occupied by the linn of Lowry Goebel But such not the case and in this particular in stance there hIS been a most asonifh Ins pieservation of the evidence There are those who will claim that fate alone coild have saved tIm frail papers upon which the piosecutiuii of these who brought the Into Senator to his death was based after many mouths of hard work In the building it will be remembered was a desk in wInch these pa pers and correspondence as well as much more matter were stored Among these papers was n little cellu bid button which bore a likeness of Goebel This button together with a lock of hair taken from the dead mans head by his brother Arthur after death the oath of oflice which he signed before thing and the last wools lie uttered before le died lay together in a bcok After the tire the desk and supposedly al its contents Were si pile black ened ashes A few days flnce while prospecting among tho ruins Jtistis Goebol discovered these preciou relics Tho book was burned almost to a crisp but between its middle leave were found the articles nain V uninjured and safe Tho button had fculercd heat so intense thud itJiad turned red but the likeness was the mime as ever whiu the lock of hair and papprfc were not in the least disturbed Further delving foundthat not a single paper bearing upon the case had been destroyed though everything about them hal been reduced to ashes It is needless to say that these discov cries more than compensated the brother who brought them to light of day yet the mystery of theirprtteerva lion is as profound to hun nL anybody else These articles wero immediately placed in safety vaults Lexington Observer MaUen Weal WotneH Strang I have lakim your Ill IlOK t1llP SIN BLOOD TONIC Ikr w3itJs JiefctTonio ever made tiwi every weak woman htronKV Ii MlnIltJt praistUt nouaiijrr OJ Dlikr LUdd I Ml Staffed Up Thats the condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clearing the head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stom ach and affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment must be constitutionalalterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines of different kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly bear taste or smell I then concluded to try Iloods Sarsnparllla and alter taking five bottles I was cured and have not had any return of the disease since ECGEHE FORBES Lebanon Kan Hoods SarsaparillaCu- res catarrhit soothes and strengthens the mucous membrane up the whole system NEW PULLMANS FOR BIG FOUR Compartment Cars of the Latest Pattern Placed in Service The Big Four has just received from the Pullman Shops two strictly new Private Compartment Sleeping Cars the Carolina and Aiknnsas which will be operated between Cincinnati and Chicago on train leaving Cincinnati at 800 p in daily The Big Four trains leave from Con tral Union Station Cincinnati where direct connection is made withall trains from Kentucky tho South and Southeast avoiding omnibus transfers The entrance into Chicago is through Pullman III and along the shores of Lake Michigan The new cars differ from tho general run of sleepers of this class in that all of the compartments are on one side of the car and each room can be made strictly private or two or more rooms can be opened into each other en suite This feature makes the cars very desirable for parties desiring more than one compartment The rooms ate all furnished in Birds Eye Maple Oak Mahogany Birch and Cherry Each room contains a lull length mirror vvashstaud hot anti cold water curling iron heater and complete toilet accessories These cars are the finest that have ever been built by tho Pullman Company and repiesent a large outlay in money New York Fashions Cloth hats frequently appear smarter than those ot velvet Many chic gowns are adorned with black velvet bows studded with jewels Punctilious women dressers wear turnover collars to match the hanker chiefs theycarry Mousseline de soie and esprit net combine delightfully in evening gowns Some sporty looking ulsters suggest the Raglan long coat One shown by Lord and Taylor is very attractive be ing ef dark blue with fanciful artistic buttons and turndown white cloth collar braided in blue and gold Shaped graduated flounces while by no means new seem as fresh in favor everUmbrellas aro veritable things of beauty The handles are ornamented with gold enamel crystal mill silver Pink wood Kurd wood aud sandal woodencru6ted with sparkling stones form the sticks A robe which will appeal to artistic dressers is of black plaited lliousse line dc soie with an overdress trimmed with finest jets It is further enhanced by a girdle of burnt orago panne velvet TLe newest veiling show an increase in the size of their dots and figures The chemise nightdress is very popular It is out with square neck and gathered balk and front Somo lovely opera glass bngsare of tine tancolored leather with very fanciful silver applications Here is an uptodato gown Mauve cloth with band trimmings of white broadcloth Cat cut long OVI r hips motive velvet vest and wide collar and revere of rich heavy lace Irincessen gow are by no meat B shelved They are worn itpjn dressy occai ions Where it is expedient to make a usc ful Christinas offering a lovely It G corset will be just tho thing It ia pret ty enough with its exquisite contour and dainty flossiiiRS to appeal to tho most fastidious taste and its possession means unlimited comfort and satis faction to anyone fortunate enough to receive Quaint iuccnseliolilers are little bronze crabs they aro abont the size of a halfdollar and may bo hung upon the wall One costs only thirtylive cents and would delight the heart of a Catholic friend Most of tho ornateness of the fash ionabledncEs sleeve in concentrated upon the lower part though cord Dps tucks and insci lions frequently ap peared above the elbows Some rich tong outer garments of fur have bell sleeves One stylish skirt shows three shaped fluuncest all setrather lower in front than in back Capes of sable and chinchilla are in brisk demand with ladies who can indulge in fine poltry The fit the shun ders accurately Liberty velvets enriched with gold silver empire and cashmero braids make delightful chemisettes The upper part of the prevailing skirt fitstighlly around the hips Dresses of mouseliue tulle and oth er diaphanous fabrics are made up in wee gathers Evelyn Cable WINSTON Mrs John Newman isAvisitinsr her father in Jcseauilne county WT Tliorp and 1J Wjtt are in Lexington looking after a mill Next Saturday and Sunday is Rev Walker Shearers appointment at Prov idence Miss Edna Crockett has gone to El wood Ind to visit her sister Mrs Jeff Freeman Tommyjmerchants Judge A JTharp last Sunday Judge Alex Frazier is again back at his home At Kings Station Clabe Tharp should move over SJ Itoyers of Brownsburg Indls- out to see his sick mother Mrs John P Royers who is not expected to recover Miss Lulu flicks has twentyfivo ad vanced scholars in school Alia Lu tie Johnson came with her from Waynesburg j Elder James W Bardingof Win Chester will preach at Autloch this year his first meeting will be first Sun j day in February Hirckworth to Miss NevaIIJoseph Louis Estes to HisaEva No Vere married the 25th by Bee Oaley Campbell of Irvine Love aBdKOpd dinner tire great workers twtlo held orc barit V 0 it S i L STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOL1moss LUCAS FRASK J CHENEY ninkes oath that he fs the senior partner of the firm F J CHKSEY Co doing business in the City of Toledo Ccunlr and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUSDKED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be by the use of HALLS CATARRH GUII- KFHANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed III my presence this Gh day of De comber A D 188G AW GLEASON I SEAL Aotary Pnllic Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free IJ CHESKY CO Toledo O Sold bv Druggists 7oc Halls Family Bills are the best It is somewhat dimVult for a man to support a wife if sho insupportable This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the ramous blood purifier 11 B n Botanic Blood Hahn into new homes we will give aay 10000 treatments B B B will positively cure nil blood mill skin troll blesnlclJrtt scrofula eczema eating sores ples pimboilsrheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bones mucous patches cancer swelliuzs persistent pimples or warts Ii UB makes the blood pure mid rich lieuls evoty sore or eruption and stops all aches and pains Jrug lrts Sl Fur fet treatment addicss Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice given until cured B B B cures old deepsoated cases that refuse to lien under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of intrO ImUmiu drugs mid is tho finest blood purifier in tho world Wit is till wino of intellect and ill nature turns It into vinegar Notice to Creditors AH parties having clam against He estate of Doyle Doty deceased will present the same to the undersigned properly verified on or befOre February 15 1S02 or the same will be barred J STONE WALKER A K DOTY Jan 1932 Administrators 15Jau5w ANTITOXIN KOU SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Com Belt show losses in 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II DeVanx after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ or and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Cliicaco Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved this remedy HoltS treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick twine will savant least tsper ent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farcnercaa easily administer the Antitoxin Order According to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient Jor six hors 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 OtVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Bnren Street Chicago 2Iaprly PublicRentillgAs Dotf decd we will offer for rent in front of the Court House door for the year 1002 on Saturday Jan 25 02 About 2 oclock p in 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 vey Chenault J M Gibson etc and has upon it a new and comfortable dwelling- J STONE WALKER A K DOTY 2t Administrators UARTERLY REPORT OP THE StacQ Hank and Trust Co Richmond Ky lot close ol the business on the 3Ut day of Decem hot 1MI RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loins to Directors 369033 85 Overdrafts secured loans to Direc tors 1539s 05 Overdrafts unsecured 18954 17 Due from National BacCs36065 33 Due from State Banks and Bankers 1211 91 Due from Trust Companies 0 f7310 Banking house and Lot 25000 00 Other Heal Estate to Mortgages 20030 00 U S Bonds Other Stocks and Bonds 18tOO 00 Specie 9M1 82 Currency lt63 00 Exchange for Clearings OO 0607 82 Other Items carried as Cash 6 830 38 Furniture and Fixtures 4 otr 0 Fund to pay taxes stamp accLy K QlTO description location value how long owned all real estate except banking house and lot if auy owned longir than five years None TobtsrLIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 150000 00 Surplus Fund 6500 0 Undivided TroDts C- Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which Interert J not paid 303123 01 Deposits subject to check on wliicli interest Is pattI 1203000 Demand certificates of de posits on whiCh inter- estispatd 2V03 C- OTimecertiftcatecofdepoiiU Ion which Intennt u paid hNoneSaving deposits on lmerest Is None Certified Checks None 26H M flue ltatlonslflnk 1663129 Due to Stab Banks and lUufcers 421 93 Due Trust 0 27052 10 Cashiers checks outstanding 00 Bills Redkcounted9373 40 Unpaid Dividends m 00 Taxes due and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid None Balance of uninvested Trust Funds on hand 185287 Fund to pay Taxes 313 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest mount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company- or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the flaW It l of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly if such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount oSur- ptus of the bank None- Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paidup capital stock of bank None See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm includ Sn the liability of thecompany or firm the liability of the individ ual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 4509 00I Were nil expenses losses InterestIand tires deductedtherefrombe- foredeclarlng dividend and YIIBInot less than 10 per cent of netIprofits of the bank for the periodIcovered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund heforesaldIdividend was declared Yes See Section 536i Kentucky Statutes Total 337729 S6 STATE OP KENTUCKY COOHTV op MADISON 11J8IKETUnLEY Cashier and Trust Co a Dank doing bast ness atNoI08U Vest City of nlchmond K7i1 said countylein duty sworn saya that thu forcgoine report is in all a true statement of the condition of thesaidBaakAttheciosaOf business on the hisknowledge i bnsinesa of said has been transacted at the location named and not that the above report Is madeelJewbCre1and t with an officla notice received from th Secre tary of State designating the 31st day of D cem shallbe j Subscribed and srvom to before me by IL E- TBrleyC asbier the 7th day of January 1902 CKCaKiUJLT Notary uhU 5JiuiEUCIORS- J5 JiBALLtlU J a c Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twejty eight page paper ill magazine form edited by William Marion Rcedy ns slated by astaff of contributors comprising the best writers and literary authorities on nil current subjects so cial religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry n paper in which the best books best plays and best music are ably reviewed and nil topics of contemporary interest are giv en cjWul attention It Is the up itdate paper for the merchant tho teacher the professional radii the student the politician as well as for woman and the home If yon will send us lOc in silver or stamps we will mail the Mirror to youraddress for ten weeks THE MIRROR 8Jantf St Louis Mo A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in goldand silver lies como to Ue proverbial Men havo the same leaning but 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 Public Sale Having sold my farm I will sell at Public Sale at the Madison County Stock Yards Richmond Ky about the hour of 10 oclock a m on hturby Fstay 1st 1 the following stock 20 to 25 head of highgrade Shorthorn Cows in alve to registered Shorthorn Bull 25 yearling Steers about 25 weanling Calves This stock is all home bred and raised and a better lot could not be found in the State Persons desiring stock of tills class cannot afford to miss this handsome and high ly bred consignment TERMSSalewill be made on a credit of six 6 months with negotiable notes W G POWELL 22jan2w LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY 8iYan s Lous DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN LousvilI and SL Louis Parlor Cars on Day Pullman Buff t Sleepers on rralnIFor rates and further L J IRWIN G P LOUISVILLE KY 5 SSS ss e S SEND S so s 0 5c1c 1ii S 1 I For a trial months sub es scription to the es- S X 5 5 I S SeS s SSl LouisvilleTIMESJ 5s I The Brightest and Beut At ternoon Paper In the- N South 0LatestMarket Qeoiatloas p555 Latest State News All the Local News Ie Complete Press Reports ISIS 5- 5n Largest Circulation ne in the SOUUIsp SS 555 33000 AND OVER DAILY Monthr 5S5 SSOraayearbywali I ISES 1 SOS FOURTH AVE s Louisville Ky j13JS 5 f LuuzuuI1tb 0 f We Treat You The whole Year 1 rancylnlt uooas Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephvr closely knit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancy combination fleecelined Hoods closely knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4iiu fancy border at 25 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs The bests cent Handkerchief ever pro duced staple borders of Red and DIne also plain While aLSo each The leader of the lineMens Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched herder printed tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns In two color effects at lOc HandkerchtefsoneinchPure Belfast lAnce Handkerchiefs at 23c Q 11 S Fancy weight furcollar edged white Angora inch very tasteil with Novelty S a e 5VT superior White Quilt made new rN hemmed 70x73 at 49c each j Reverea that has been added to the line size 70x81 extra fihish 2ply nobby raised hemmed at each A Drive in Genuine Marsailles uiItStSs I Main First St fcrxl XIF Ut rL1z o T For of In order make for our immense stock Goods i Corsets Etc that i Are every andve stock our pre of that we Yours for Mcann idg KY Notice I partnership heretofore existing between Charles DoUglas and George D Simmons has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Sim- Ons remaining All persons owing the are urgently requested to ca3 and settle at once CHAS E DOUGLAS ISjanlw D SIMMONS No a Success of Failed to money in a place t would crease and benefit some part of this some way ++H + f Mutual 1 t Life Jnsuranci lt Company + + Of + KentudkyotTers Investment 1 possible in Il Three Per Cent Gold Bond and tile successful man never fails to invest in a f ooT tliinji You wish t fuI are trying best to help yjju Cull and see us Investi Igaterith name and address and will call- l J BECK Jrs Trust BIde RChOI4 Ky 0 rH Kennedy b Ichmakeyourbusfriess your safe are I Chens Eiderdown Cloaks colored Eiderdown good over wish hJ j onethejsailorand lliO I was When in town see ns When at home write us In either case ve You Money et wata Ladies Handkerchiefs HandkeFlbionehalfNo 2131 Hemstitched Handkerchiefs or made of soft Swiss Lawn emlrall around in path white chain flowers and pat worth I5c at lOc Ladles Swiss Handkerchiefs brof lace flower designs atijc Mufflers ic popular colors of high grade English Serge size DXe a Oxford quality of bleached yarn in signs size new Spread just fine soft yarn centers ODe Cor lxtrr I novel groupings of ferns and flowers the handsonus I Quilt ever offered for the money Price 54 special irthis week 209 Ask to see them OWEN MCKEE iw o r Kichraond Kentucky GOOD THINGS IT those whoAfthink uOOiS to room of Spring we are offering the greatest 5Notionsbroidery Richmondc coming in on train possiblehenceter of goods now on shelves at REDUCED PRICES 1 havingbeen theUnitedand we will convince you mean business bargains LEE SMITliA RICHMOND Dissolution The firm GEO Man Who- Ever Made This Lifer invest lils where inr world In The Endowment ba success We our Ve aSpecial AreiiL tAint fur weI half ered work leaf well real 29x28 JS E PHONE OR k WRITE2 The Lexington Tea offee C No 7 West Short Street Phone No J2J5 GENTS FOR 51h re t t1titi heinc Tu FOR THE Finest TeaSt8estCoJfeest Purest g and SpIces t andusefullists sent on application q A child can buy as cheap at our store as an expert ISjan 3m IT 1 1 llURMArt J ++ + + + +4 === 7 has made Richmond the beat market oniHides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other aakikock there is on earth When other people can pay good prices TIJHraan can pay better prices always the high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market w- ewillbaYtbem aIl tALLtAtDGETOURRRJI S If- rhUrmial Grocery C ljfltf c 0K i J wC n AtcRAVING decided to reduce our our stock of GLASS and tt perhapstr JS JP to take H 20 per cent on any article in this line regardless JS needingvt or ueensware now or in tne TJ N near future will save 20 per cent 4on the investment These prices J are strictly for CASH I S lir o e 4 If you want anything special in ft thewayof r 4Fancy Groceries C Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP j 4 7 w 1EIIa The WEDNESDAY JAN 22 IJ02 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is rvw located over J B Stouffers thing Store Cfeblf Parties having corn for sale write I ruiuiim Bennett Co Silver Creak Ky dec48w r Mr C V Rood of Ford hos rei Mr Wallace Hukil hoseoltl his farm near Vord and has moved his family to Illinois where they will re sit il the future An alarm of fire was sent in from Wi Main about 0 oclock Friday by a burning tine in MN Pattons residence Cil Hopper a young white man an ieorge Portxvood colored got iIto afclit OD First street Thursday after tTii urn during which Hopper received Kfvi ril ugly cuts and bruises about lila ht Portwood was arrested l At zreat expense the Wiggins Bro lav engaged a Liquid Air entertain mut for this city with guarantee that Ia Huantity of real liquid air will be r ught and all the remarkable exper iinnrs performed of which so much has been reed A capable Lecturer and exrt Demonstrator with complete lab ratory apparatus will make this piuuUixical subject dearly understood e1 Iy the young and the marvelous cxrwimenls will entertain and astound a The dire will be Wednesday Jan 2 lrice4 75 clnbs of ten or more 50c f Extremes meet certainly in one lof HIP experiments performed next Inetdaj night at the Liquid Air en t ifiunmont whero an electric carbon is rued at a temperature of over 8000 dtj1 is above zero in a tumbler made cf and coniining Liquid Air 5- Ilrts below zero yet with no injury to iw delicate ice receptacle This is bu or of tho many fonts that are premised our expectant public r very teacher ami nearlythe entire Hili School will attend the Liquid Air 1 itainment next Wednesday night Jfliiuary 29 For Rent Four rooms to rant cheap Well lo eared Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf lost A pair of glasses Adolph Jordan linker on the case Jleturn to tlilb oilier 2detf Corn Wanted Ilurnam Bennett Co Silver Creel Kr want 10000 barrels of corn write hem for prices 41ec8w Land Sale T S IHirnam mId recently to Jonas Wei a tract of 410 a rcsoll Silver rfeU at 55 prr acre The farm is cnown as fho Povprfiplace and is one the best in the county CUtle Sale W G Powell ndvGnfrcs in todays- MS vxthe sale of hisflrieherdof high rap short horn cattle which will take ace at the Madison Stock yards on ebrnary 1st No stock man should iss this opportunity Seead ncop orated Tie Lexington Omnibus and Bag ale Transfer Company was incorporated last week Tho inrcrporators are Mr W W Picg and Mrs EHzabath Pijfe of this city and 1I1W B Wil kerson and Mrs Wilkereon of Lexing ton The capital stock is 2000 Small Pox at Ford The little town of Ford wns much worked up last wepkpn account of a case of small poxldiscovered there The man who caused the alarm was taken to the Winchester pest house but a few hours and was next heard from in Garrard county The Health Board ordered a general vaccination nudes no new cases have developed tile excitement has about died out In A1 Ii UJtI I S o ZI 2E DEATtiERAE COM JRichmond Climax npl1l1tolcuutyJ iltOltllhII eiUgOLLEOd disappeared Dr Hairy M Blanton Dentist Of lice over Middletons drug store July 17tf for Rent A house for rent on Water Street Apply to L P Evans at tile State link and Trust Co tf Pie Social Time ladies of the Baptist Clinch will have a Pie Social andCandy Sale in time basement of the Baptist church tomor row evening at 7 oc1ock Everybody is cordially invited For Sale We offer for sale privately a thirty foot boiler and long stroke engine shafting otc ready for use will sell Very cheap For particulars apply to D F or J n Chonault or this office dec4tf Elliston Mill Co Effective at Once Tho Louisville and Nashville will honor tickets to Lexington held by passengers on train No 10 leaving here at 020 a m via Paris when C O train is an hour or more late if passen gers desire it jan 23t Returned to Waco Dr II T Hollman has returned to Waco after a year spent In one of the Eastern medical colleges where lie took a special course in SlIrgeryThe Waco people should count themselves fortunate in that Dr Hodman has de cided to locate permanently For the Infirmary The ladies of time Pattie A Clay In firmary are preparing to have a rum magesalo the last week in February An opportunity wilt be given for you to get of your neighbors goods whatever you want and that for little mon ey At Madison Instituie iDont fail to see the drills cake walk living pictures and songs on the Hill Friday night The entertainment will begin at 780 The mules will be re quested to remove thou huts Minis aba 25 cent children under 12 years 10 Insurance CommitteeI In making up tho permanent committees of the House of Representatives Hon Charles L Searcy was appointed chairman of the Insurance Committee In addition to this his name appears in the committees on Banks and bank ing classification of Cities and Towns State Capitol and Redistricting Situation Wanted A young oman sober industrious moral and of fair education wishes a position as clerk in a mercantile house drygoods preferred reasonable comp nsatiOii only demanded Best of references given inclnding Mr A D Miller of the Richmond Climax Ad dress B U W care Richmond Climax lian4w Tcward the Gas Fields The Beattvville News says The L A is the only railroad in this part of the county that has its noso pointed toward the Burning Spring gas fields antI it will probably be the first to reach it Time route up Sturgeon creek by way of Owsley county into Clay county presents fewer difficulties than any other route Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents DiiiHoBios Richmond Ky Hooter A curiosity in the way of an enor- mOUS lloofowl was nn exhibition of J II Nells tore several dayslast week and attracted a great dual of attention on account of its size and peculiar col or It isof a epecies that has become rare in this section and Mr Keif will have it mounted and keep it to advertise lila business The owi was killed by Mr Mat Gibson on his farm near A Card to ihe Public I have closed an ciglmtdayaimc tion alo frilht jewelry line and have disposed of all my undesirable good have now a nice clean stoslifof wntch ea diamonds and jewelry of all kinds andam adding new goods to my ready largo stock I have became ac customed to giving goods away at half prices and it is now no hardship to me toil you any thing in my line twenty percent less than you will be nble to get tho same any place in the United Respectfully T 8mn D P Afnier GROCERIES I centsChairmancithe citvr StntcqI Always Fresh tIAnd The BtI Oiye usaTrial Order 4 1t- lc tIl f 0 ZCl f 4 iMlLLER Ii BQJ- L a L Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond K aprl7tf Bank Robery Attempted An unsuccessful attempt was made to rob the Lincoln County National bank at Stanford last Thursday morn- Ing There was about 17OCO in time safe and although the doors were bad ly battered it was too big a job for the robbers It will cost the bank several hundred dollars to repair the damages on the buildlnKITo ApPear in Danville The Central News the weekly pub lished by tile students of Central Uni versity t will make its appearance again in a few lays after a quiet rest of sev eral months Tha News was estab lished about five years ago and was bueIinfsspended itfter the consolidation was effected Paper Changes Hands Editor T S Vance of time Shelby Record has leased lila paper to Ed D Khinnick formerly manager of the Shelby Sentinel Mr Vance will be employed bv the State Executive corn nuttee of the Young Mens Christian Association a work in which he has ben much interested for a long time He was one of the prominent speakers at the county convention hold in this city a few weeks ago Seccnd Fire A house on the farm of Air Sam Deatherage near J5erea was destroyed by fire last Wednesday night TIme or- Igin of the fire is not known but itis supposed to have been the work of in cerdiaries Some time ago Mr Death era go lost a large barn on the same farm Recently it is said he found a notice posted on Ins door to the effect that the writers had caused his former loss and that he might expect more of their hands Neither of the build logs burned wore insured Crowded School There has been a great increase in attendance at the Calilwell High School since the holidays Time building has been uncomfortably crowded all the year to that it was necessary some time ago to divide tho primary department and have an afternoon session During the last six months a great many new families have moved to town and in consequence there hiss been the unprecedented increase in the schools There is hardly a day when there are not some new faics and it is getting to beat problem with the teach ers as to what to do with them Big Coal Deal OnI According to the Financial Age a company is forming to acquire a mil lionand a quarter acres of coal lands in Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama with a present output of 07 500 tons daily Plans are said to be on foot whereby coal can be delivered to tide water at a cost of less than a dollar a ton The names of the promoters are being withheld from the public The ssetts of the new company wilt at time start be 570000000 which by nccre Lions will eventually bo run up to 250 OOOUO large railroad properties be lug gathered in the course of time The Cause cl the Trouble Nearly 100 beul of cattle have died in Woodfprd county recently death re suiting from an unusual disease It has been diagnosed as spinal meningi tis State Veterinarian Eismau of Louisville DrD J Myers of the Experiment Station and Dr D A Piatt went to Versailles Tuesday to investigate the trouble The farm of Win Graddy was time scene of the in spoction and it was learned that fodder caused the disease This was rotten and instances of the cob having rotted away were foundoiiie animal matter was found aud this is now being exam hot Election ct Directors Time stockholders of the four Rich mond banks met last Tuesday for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year Time directors elected are as follows thATE BANK AND TnUSTCo- J Stone Walker John B Gibson J A Sullivan T D Chenault Sr David Chenault E D Ballard II B Hanger J H Powell Joe Collins RiciiMONn NATIONAL J W Caperton I Shelby Ii vim It W Miller George W Pickels B P White S B Phelps T J Scott MADISON NATIONAL A R Burnam Waller Bennett N B DeatJierage Iuel W Gibbs J S Collins W S Moberley and Robert R Uurnam FAKMEKS NATIONAL James Bennett S S Parks W A Langford W Ne lIe Bennett Newlaud Jones C F Biirnam Thomas J Smith To Oklahoma A number of young men of this city aud county will leave for Oklahoma this week to seek their fortunes Dock Emerine who has been in busi ness here for several years lelt yester day cuing by way of StI Lruis J D Perkins and family of Paint Lick Hermlon udll and Dr Fred Smith of this city will probablygo tomorrow Mr Perkins will goto Muskeego I T Time others will go directly to Oklahoma City tocate Ex Mayor Claude Smiib will accompany them and will probably be gone several weeks A large number of Madison county boys who have been there several mouths have aunt back such glowing accounts of the now country and its great possibilities that these have found it hard to withstand the temptation to go They say that Uiey intend to stay until their fortunes are made and in the making the Madison colony have the best wishes of time CLIMAX and all their old friends back at home Tragic Death The tragic death of Mfss Lydia Walker last Wednesday WAS one of the most deplorable events that ever happened in this county While in a state of temporary insaiiitythe young lady poured the oil from two lamps on her clothing mind then set fire to ber self Mrs Walker in attempting to save her daughter was badly burned about her head and arms Had it not been for prompt assistance of the neigh bora both women awl the house would have burned up Miss Walker lived about twelve hours remaining tOn scions to the end and apparently suf faring but little Miss Lydia Valkef was the daughter of Mr and Mrs ViI Jintn Walker and was seventeen years of fljie She was educated at Caldwell High school graduating with the class of 1600 and was a bright and young ladyi For several fuonthssle- had suffered with ft spinal trouble and it Is thought ththermontal disorder was caused by her loBgsjcknes A womaH cir cBta BMW to the I quick bylooking sU crjfittJiitn j ISuccessful Operation Master Hume Grigge the eleven year old son of Mr W T Griggs who had his arm broken n few weeks ago was taken to Louisville Friday to have an operation performed Time broken arm had never healed and a few days ago when some pieces of the bone began to work out It was found necessary to have the operation The little man stood the ordeal bravely and it is hoped that he will soon be well again Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and waterrates It liltS been eo encouraged by increased patronage in both during the pre ent year that it has determined to allow a discount of 2c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 1i- 5nenut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent pereonswill be required to pay thejresent rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully TJicinioNp WATER Liairr Co Nov 27 1901 dee 4 tf Fire on nigh Street The residence of Rev Dr Harris corner of Oak smith High street came near being destroyed by fire at an ear ly hour last Friday morning When first discovered the smoke was pour jug out the window of basement room in which were stored a number of packing boxes and pieces of furniture Dr Harris who was just recovering from an attack of fever was not able to get out but his wife and mother set bravely to work and with the help of a colored man who happened to be passing soon had the flames under control TIme fire was started by a spark dropping through an open stove hole into time IOOEC paper on the floor and if it had hind but a few minutes more start it would have been impos sible to have saved time house As it was the damago was probably not more than 100 New Train on the L It issad that the L N will short Iv inaugurate a new train service be teen this city and CynMiiann which will he of greatadvantage to Richmond The new train will leave Cynthiane at ia in connecting with the early train from Maysville and Lexington at Paris anti also with the Eastbound C ut Winchester Irriylng here about 9 oclock to connect with the morning train on the Rowland Branch Returning the train will leave about 4 p m in time to make connections with time C 0 express at Winchester and time L N and Frankfort Cincinnati trains at Paris The advantages will be in bettor mail service and quicker time to and from this city The first nail we get over the L N now arrives at I p m The new train will give us the mail four hours earlier be sides giving better connections Win chester and Paris Time train will he of incalculable benefit to our town and it is to be hoped that it will be put on at once A Good Show Most people know that A Bachelors Honeymoon is a potpourri of funny incidents brilliant repartee and huH cous situations Some more dofiiiita information however may be interest ing The production is the apothesis of modern comedy While cleverly written time plot is not its strong point but that does not matter as the inci ilents recur with such startling rapidity as to almost confuse rather than amuse It is reported that in one respect A Bachelors Honeymoon is far superior to many of the comedies which have been seen at the Opera House that there is not an unwhole some line in it which appeals to a class of theatre goers who seldom visit a play of like character It has many complications that may bo described as Screaming and yet they arc all most plausible even if they are laugh ble The man who can not laugh says Cjlrlyle is not fit for treasons stratagems and spoils but his whole life is already a treason and a stratagem A Bachelors Honeymoon will make you laugh in spite cf yourself Satur day Jan 25 Prices 23550 and 75 Gamma lola of Sigma flu Grand recorder larenco E Woods accompanied by Thomas H Pickele T Hood Little L P Evans S Neville Moberly and John It Gibson went over to Lexington last Saturday to install a new chapter of the Sigma Ku Fritter nity at the Kentucky State College The new charter will be known as Gamma Iota and its chapter members are representatives of some of time best tainilies of Hie State The installation ceremonies took place at the Phoenix There were present a large number of Sigma Nu men from all over the DIne gntss region alumni of Zeta of the old Central University After the Installation an elegant banquet was served the guests at which a number of well known college men responded to toasts The young Gamma Iota lisa a bright and prosperous future before it and the Richmond men wIn watch Its career with Interest as it is in a manner the the offspring of the old Zeta chapter The State College is a fine field for fra fralThe First Meeting Time first meeting of the Young Mens Christian Association was held in the new quarters last Thursday night The charter members about twenty five in number were enrolled and a permanent organization was effected Mr C C Wallace was elected Presi dent of the Association C E Woods VicePresident R D Bush Recording Secretary C1r Slioarer Correspond ing Secretary and David Dunn Treas urer Rev Eisenhart rind Mr 110 II eOIII lon were elected members of time Executive Committee nf winch Mr C R Boucher and Mr Wallace are ex officio members The action of the committee in securing time rooms sal transacting the other buslnes of es tablishing time Association was approved Thq constitution was read and adopted and several other matters were passed It was decided to open an active campaign to increase the membership time Associationf and the plan wassuggested by Mr Boucher to appoint two leaders who should di vide the members present into two factions The two sides chosen are to enter a friendly contest in getting new members The captains chosen were James Neale and Elmer Veath age Time parties are to be known by their colors Mr Noa1es color being blue and ifr IJeatliorages white Tin- cornest4aairedtbeglasiflt0 be warm r and before t is out fe a ble thfot iwyiiie number of mi I will 1atitbAssociation C C D o The Busy lee We desire to call your attention to whatW D Oldham Co have to say to you today In taking their space for another year they have a lot ot new things to tell about So take a look al their ad Arbuckle Simmons The firm of Arbuckle Simmons has a word to say to you today Their advertisement appears on an outside page and you will profit by reading if yon need a stove heater or anything In their lino Second Term The second term n of Madison Insti tuto begins next Monday The term just closing has been very successful in every way and the prospects are very flattering Already several new stu dents have entered and there will prob ably be more to come Testified In His Own Behall Jim Howard testified in his own behalf at Frankfort Thursday He de nied all knowledge of the Goebel mur der On cross examination be could not tell why he passed the guards at the Capitol grounds unchallenged or why he slept in the Agricultural build insr on the night of the shooting He admitted haying conversed with Gol den and other witnesses but denied all damaging statements attributed to him The defense filed two photo graphs of Howard said to have been taken in October 1899 showing him to be cleanshaven A motion of defend ants attorneys for peremptory dismis sal was overruled Court Convenes The January term of Circuit Court convened Monday in the new court room There ama 267 cases on the docket distributed as follows Old eq uity 219 equity appearance 13 ordi nary appearance 15 old ordinary 20 Timers are several damage suits on the docket involving large amounts The petit jurors drawn to serve dur ing the term are as follows James Cosby Richard Cobb J A Baumstark H G Duncan Scott Sti vers Alfred Million G W Deather age W J Wagers B P Wagers Walter Azbill John A Todd J A Sharp Collins Yates J H Kennedy E T Fish Martin Green J J Moore E R Rowland LT Wilson Clay Saunders A J Venable L A Weaver D B McKinney and A S Noland Banks Organize The several banks of this city organized last Saturday by electing the old officials They are as follows RICHMOND NATIONAL DANK J W Caperton President L Shelby Irvine VicePresident J E Green leaf Cashier John W Crooke Teller MAniSON NATIONAL HANK Wailer Bennett President J W Gibbs VicePresident R R Burnain Cashier C B Hamilton Book keeper FARMERS NATIONAL BANK John Bbnnett President James Bennett VicePresident S S Parkes Cashier T J Smith Teller Nealo Bennett Bookkeeper STATE BANK TRUST COMPANY J Stone Walker President T D henault VicePresident R E Turley Cashier C II Cbenault Bookkeeper Going to Washington Hon GW Gates of Silver Creek entertained the Prandennial Club Ust Thursday evening it being the first meeting since Hon J B McCreary was elected to the U S Senate Senator McCreary is the President of the Club and six months ago he announced that should he be elected to the Senate he would entertain the Club in Washing ton At the table Thursday evening Hev Hugh McLellan on behalf of the Club expressed the gratification felt bal1 at the election of the Clubs Pres ident to the high office of Senator pay ing Mr McCreary boautiful tribute that met with hearty approval He was fallowed by Mr Gates an ExState Sen atOr from Daviess county Governor McCreary in respondmg aid that when he was called upon last week to accept the nomination for United States San ator he mingled his thanks for Unit honor with gratitude for the handsome boquet presented him by the Pranden nlal Club anti which was handed him by Senator Hlckmancbairman and cauI cus Futhermore he stated that he would make good his promise of six months ago to entertain the Club at the Nation Capital because he was sincerely proud of the Club of its devotion to him by so long retaining him as its President and for the profitable and pleasant association it had afforded him The watchword of the club is now On to Washington and the members of tho Club are eagerly looking forward to the time where they will attend the Senators banquet in the Capital City PERSONAL Senator C F Burnain left yesterday for Frankfort Miss Dor Neff visited friends in Irvine last week Mr Fred L Grinstead spent last weekin Lexington Mrs J If Net is in Lexington the guest of Mrs T N Arthur ColW J Wilmnre of Nicholasville was in this city last Friday Mrs Mat Hacker of Irvine is the guest of relatives In the city Mr S A 0 Bullock spent several days in Lexington last week Miss Lucy Crowo is the guest of Dr McFerran Grown in Versailles Miss Pearl Wiggins left Monday for n visit lo friends In Lexington Miss Esther Bnrnam of Frankfort is the guest of Mrs Waller Bennett Mrs E Tutt Bnrnam left yesterday to visit her parents in Covington Miss Sallie Tevis of Winchester is tho guest of relatives in this city Miss Helen Terrill has returned from a visit to relatives in Kiclolasville Dr William Park of Chicago is the guest of Mr and Mrs W B Smith Miss Matilda Tribble has returned from a visit to friends In Shelhyvilln- 3Ir Bland Ballard of Danville was the guest of relatives here last week Mist Pearl King is the guest of her aunt Mrs Jeff Potts in this county Mrs Ben L Banks has returned from avisit to relatives In Boyle county Mrsll L Middleton has returned from a visit to liar parents in Shelby vile Judge and Mrs T J Scott are af home IQ remain durinc time term ef court Miss Caroline Poyntz ol MiwowrS istbft guest of Dr andMrsJX Pqyntz MraBW Turner has Mbel RM4 thk week Miss Ethel Garner ol WJB 1 Chester Mr Robert S Taylor of Clerk comUtyv luM been in 114 city for rai days Mr Thoompeon T Jktl ole O ark tv of- M h li1 Jl- MIss Err ma White has rejjirned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Rotjfert White In Winchester Miss Mary Sullivan left jpr Lexing ton Frldaywhcre she wi1lstndseveral weeks with friends V Mrs W JR LetcherJr has reiurne after a two poontlis visit relatives in Montgx mury Ala Dr and Mrs C E Smoot have gone to house keeping in the iJIggerstafl residence on Broadway Miss Georgia Powell and Miss Helen Gilbert have returned from a isit to friepds in Clark county Dr and Mrs Itoberts of Louisyille were called here last week by the ill iie4a of Dr A WilKes Smitii Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker returned to Louisville yesterday after a visit to Miss Kate Walker Mr and Mrs S B Uumc left Monday morning for Ashville N C where they will spend several weeks Dr and Mrs Vardy Taylor have re turned from their bridal trip andare now at home to their friends at Waco Quite a number of Richmond people will take advantage of the opportunity LexingtoimSaturday Messrs J C Terrill of Colorado and G M Maupin of Missouri are visiting Mr D M Terrill and other relatives in the county Prof timid Mrs C Kuckur Adams after spending several days here left Thursday for Shelbyville where they will organize a class in physical culture Mr and Mrs H D Williams of Hastings Nebraska who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs J IL Netf left Saturday to visit relatives in Lex ington After an absence of two years at Lawrenceburg Mr Marshall Guerrant a prominent attorney has removed his law office to LexingtonLexiimtomi Observer The friends of Dr A Wilkes Smith are glad to learn of time great improve ment in his condition Late yesterday afternoon lie was reported very muck better and his early recovery is looked forMr and Mrs T P Gully of Butler county left after a pleasant visit to rel atives here Before leaving Mr Gully paid this office a call and ordered time CLIMAX sent to his address Mr Clarence E Woods of Rich mond visited his brother Mr Wm C Woods from Saturday until Monday and was a pleasant caller at this office Monday morning Anderson News Mr C C Stewart of Lexington Traveling Freight Agent of time South ern Iud Mr C 11 Ilungerford of Louisville District Passenger Agent of the same road were in the City yesterday and while here did not forget to pay the CttMAt a call They are both popular men and have lots of friends who are always glad to see them in their rounds In speaking of the Sigma Nu ban quet in Lexington Saturday the Leadersays After the installation the new chapter was entertained with a delightful spread at the Phoenix Hotel in which the virtues of the order the fame of its distinguished representa tives who have won honors both in their alma maters before the public and in every walk of civic and national life were extolled by tho eloquent young members of the fraternity in delightful toast speeches TLe banquet toast program was as follows i Toastmaster Clarence E Woods Greeting George R Hunt ResponseThomas H Pickels Brotherly Love Leslie P Evans The Old Zeta Brent Green Gamma IotnN T McKee The Fifth Pointr Hood Little Sigma NuJ Robert Boatm- anRELIOIOUS Rev J W McGarvey Jr will preach at Bethel next Sunday morn ing Rev Joe Hopper is holding a very interesting meeting with the Presbyterian church at ClintonvIIle The Forest Grove Christian church Clark county has called Ekler L H Reynolds to servo as pastor Rev Cecil Armstrong has recently been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Winchester The death of the Pope is said to be near at hand Ho takes little nourIsh- ment and is generally half conscious On next Sunday morning Bishop Burton will preach at Christ church this city He will also fill the pulpit the same evening at 7 oclock Rev J W McGarvey has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Second Christian church of this city The pulpit has been vacant since Rev Baily left about two months ago Th first meeting of the Y M C A was held in the new rooms Sunday afternoon The meeting wits conduct ed by Mr C C Wallace the President of the Association Prof C Rexford Raymond ot Berea made an eloquent and intereiting address The room was crowded with young men and all seemed to take a great deal of interest in the services The prospects ipr the Association are very flntteiing as the attendance at these first meetings is much longer that was expen- tedMATRIMONIAL RcKSELbLoGSDEK W 11 Russell and Miss Ella Logfden libth of this city were married last Tuesday TonnMooDY vMrJohri Todd of J nla Texas and 1IrE Minerva Needy of Kingston were married last Thurs day ScnooLEKBooiE Roy O Schooler of Edenton and Miss Nora Leo Bogie of Rutbton were married heie last Wednesday afternoon GOIJJENOOG The inarrfijge of James Golden and Miss Anna Ojjp of King ston took place last Wednesday after noon at the home of Mr Qharles Ma gee on Fifth street Rev Mr Croker officiating DEATHS JABwAPalesine BallHrd Jarman grandson of Capt P P jjallard and soa of Mrs Rosa Ballard arman was killed IB a train wreck at envcr Col Lcrjwlo one day last wc t The first thmtWMknowE of the aeident was a telegram to Wood BahlarJ of Lazing soot stating that Mr Jarman was iu hirdbllt giving no drills of the vmk sud in short o news fM tttat l e was dd a body was- bsi oM TreatOn Kdhjg former Jbop Ie brlah MrcJi raa In lvew- jbWfloe1mt1dr4t kleat4s- o1bithE aad pis 1rnth r in IIIDMy PLY YJ hMt 0 Iu3bsir c 1r n a a-v= + r i Ladies Shirt Waists f 8 So generously did the ladies patronize our Shirt Waist Sale last spring that we have undertaken one of still greater magnitude this season Our lines of samples shown in connection with our Ments Custom Shirt department embrace more than three I hundred distinct patterns From tne To1atc t D signcrs r q Such an assortment of exclusive styles dependable J fabrics and artistic creations cannot be found in any dry goods store even in the largest cities Manyrbeautiful dress patterns among them Come first and get first choice Prices 20 30 and 40 cents ri yard and some extra fine imported weaves at aICOVINGTON BANKS IiI Large assortment of Trunks Suit Cases t Bags Etc for Ladies at right pricesf11J fI mw W OOfN BusyBeel 4 rtCash Store mm i They Are Here Q AND NOW ON SALE AT THE BIJSY EE CASH STORE iThe most magnificent display of White Goods Laces Embrcid eries Linens New Wash Goods opened up in the grand old L klcity of Richmond 7 All the new Novelty Ginghams that will be in favor this season li are to be seen in their stock Never were they as pretty All the Eastern and Western markets have been culled to get the newest 7lf and most select patterns Call and see them before they are picked 7 over tJ J tBuy Your Spring Goods wear them Our Hamburgs and Laces will be talk of the town All pretty things in Embroideries and Laces to be hid this season can c be found in this stock i1 We have just received the largest and most complete line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths ever shown in this city This new shipment comprises nearly 400 pieces of the most desirable Floor Coverings in all grades and ever opened by any store in Central Kentucky Low Cash Prices are being named on all of JtC these Call and see them and be convinced I QLJRespectfully Wa D0OMham a d Co0 +L LZ h L 7W 7Jf rc f w jrJ 1t1 7 7 7 In A Bachelors Honeymoon Messrs D C Wiggins Bro manager of Opera House believe they have one of the strongest attractions that has played in ninny seasons The piece has proved one of the most substantial theatrical successes ever produced on this side of the Atlantic very few com idles having made a like record It has not alone caused Infinite enjoyment to like a million reo pIe but it has firmly established Mr Plunkett and his associate players cs most delightful and finished exponents of wholesome artistic comedy Stand ing room only audiences are still fro quent and return engagements asked for The presentation here on Satur day Jan 25 will be identical with that given in New York Chicago and other cities Prices 25 35 50 anti 75c r Master Commis ion r s Sale t H 0 Broartdas Admr Pitt against BO Broadclos Hrs and Crds DIts Notice ot Bale In Equity BY Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of La the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Tern thereof 1901 in the above style cause the undersigned will oa iJnesiaj Juwf 2Sf 12 About the lour of 1 oclock a m on time premises in Richmond Madison conntjv Kj proceed to to Public Sale to the high est bidder the follojiair described property Tii A House and Lot lathe City of Richmond Ky acre and bounded as follows Oa the north by Main street on the west bylob owned by the Ruuel heirs on the goeth bythe lot owned by l S Smith and on the east hy the WalncoU lot and known III the U 0 Broadun place Tbislotls sitaated in time best retd nce por tics of the city coataiw good buildings a- uaitLhetbtDgflCUra flritcl home TERM BS le aae on a credit of sir th The jmrclHwwr will be required to jtve beadwith Rood ec Hy fpr t payment f rchaec meeyo IoMethe force sot e itepleYl treating legal iat ce t f5 the 91 wkI a iLti B reserved pe w psa aMth J1IrehM- 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period when the womanly functions begin is one to be carefully watchednnd considered Irregularity or derangement at this time may be promptly met and cured l v the nee of Prescriptionbut fuflhrimigFavoritiuyon tInt womnanlv organs giving them vItalityItand happiness and delivers woman hood from the cruel bondage of female weakness You py the postage Dr Pierce guys von the book TlmoFeopiasCom es700IIJuslof stamps to defray cost of mailing only Send 21 onecent sfainpsfor the forIgonjetimes wo only gee the wprst side ta rann becanBO his YIfe tatbeest oi him a I MGi ever 7f4 LThis signature Is on every box of thf ru8Laxative Bromo Quinioe the remedy that cures n cold in one t jr Too much pleasure is apt to be the direct caruso of a mans troubles An income of 10000 a year enables some men to keep in debt TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund time money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents You may close your eyes to your faults but your neighbors will not Its the shapely girl who has tho wellfilled stocking The Spirit ol Winter Time Spirit of Winter is with ns mak ing its presence known inmany differ ent ways sometimes by cheery sun shine and glistening snows and some timesby driving winds and blinding storms To many people it seems to take a delight in making bal things worst for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh becomes more annoying anti time many symptoms of scrofula are enveloped and ag gravated There is not much poetry in this but there is trrth and itis a wonder that more people dont get rid of these ailments Tho medicine that cures themHoods Sarsaparillais- easily obtained and there is abundant proof that its cures mire radical and permanent 1m One hand opened in charity Js worth a hundred folder In prayer ITatter SaltKhenm and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been cared by it Jt is erranlly efficient for itching piles and a favorite for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbites and chrcnio sore eyes 26 cts per box Dr Cadys Condition Powders e just a needs when la feitd condition Tonio blov d pnriSci j d vermifuge pro apt foqt Iwt medicine thog6 fct use to JB horse m prlaafr MHHUoii4 ric 1 seats jer i acJ tE iiTItc 0 th lded Pperjl ji Loi jiiicLtIUt1C Kailroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND VenuillrsIatvrencebiirg S htil GGh m mandamForTBAIN3 ABBIVH RICHMOND From UiilaruCincinnati eI pjnFromC M BROWNING Ocn Hgr GotoDP ARMERS for V the largest stock and lowest prices in Jewelry Line octiifjiiw i4 MORE LIVES ARE SAVED yDr1i King1sNewDiscovery i Consumption Coughs and Cokis Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coldc HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price SOd 1 SI Trial Bottle Free OKLAHOMA Indian 4 4 4 Territory 4 4 Arkansas Texas CentralI BEST because you the cood leoklns bone nd poor look Ing liurneas Is the wort of a com 1 Uuvilou g Eureka v harness Oil lot onr make the harntfl Bnt the t lone SAk better but makes tba tber ton iui l ptlablr put It In eon f I dltion to lat twice long fl jIlta t ordiitarUy oukI aI rnybote wit-i by i STANDARD jOIL CO t Give Your Horse a- Chance t QOAL We have opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue aud are prepared to furnish the best Coal at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty ville Coal has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a call lltti11 o1 fl Ol Phone 1M JACK Mgr octllllw THE KNOBLE l WATER FILTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOF A new PRACTICAL and PER FECT for home and tom mercial use Wo guarantee our FILiERS to give STYLI A satlsfac dcslrcdIwo will put up a FILTER In your home or office for A weeks trial to show you its meritsSoul for Compute Oataloykt THE KiNGBLE nef39 ILVMMJlK CHICAGO ILLS 1B1rJQiti n f 1Iii Pittsburg Central Stock YardsP- ittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers tYards Irnve been enlarged and renrntnged It is the uenrwKt point to the Eattern market Heat WashingPliiladelpiiMGood buyers 1wa 8 in attendance for export eatU anti M other kinds ofskkC- onafnsiwnts for CumuiitBion ftrnu given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Simon ODonnell Gent Mgn18- declv c yd IThe outnern MtuIvtnt o i OF IEXINOTOIV Y q t iJ The Giant investment of the South 1 PAYS LIVING BENEFITS 4 c paystoThe Company iw nearly S years old and has a greater premium income to the in force than any Life Insurance Company 5562000pan large returas dDrXjg Ute thisCoalpany offer special adYantp if w Ft SMITH BOW1VHN- rt SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY Sins A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky fJ Y I 44 D ItC E Pres F K BAIRD Sec and TronsJy L M WARE Manager tJ Ja aJcffera GLrany auroy ao Incorpomtod Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT On the Market 5 j The it = will make f Most Money kind OL OAL just which FRBBUAtt FILTER perfect Dayg I business SMITH General It is BEST because ithere is no high ratio 3 1for J business on our tp Books It 2W 1 It reaitres LESS money i6 corn J tJplete an Investment in The Jeffer tJ Companyt + k J d iJAHOME OFPICj8 1 IA Upper St LEXINGTON KY rr cr THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Bill Appropriating 100000 For Ah Ex hlblt at the St Louis Fair r Frankfort KyJan lOTho senate met at 11 oclock Thursday On a callIfor the introduction of new bills thdP lltheInspector by the governor appropria tion of 100000 for the creditable ex hibit of Kentucky at the Louisiana purchase Exposition to enact Section 1533 of the Kentucky statutes increas ing the compensation of elisors in counties where the office of sheriff is vacant providing appoint ment by the county court in counties- approaching 75000 population of an official Indexer to receive 300 a year In the house a joint resolution was offered that the general assembly give all due credit to Adm W S Schley for the victory of Santiago and extend to him an Infltntlon when ho visits Lou isville to come here and address tim general assemblysKy Jan ItThe state sonata met at 1030 oclock Friday Senator Nut Howard introduced a bill Ftuckyments It is n copy of the law now in force in 16 states and is to carry out the Idea of lawyers everywhere that a uniform law on this subject should be established The senate at 1220 oclock adjourned until noon Monday Senator Taylor of Franklin offered a blH providing that distillers may hMaydrawals of whisky to the state auditor and may omit the serial numbers oftbarrels A resolution similar to adopted by the lower houso inviting the white ministers of the capital to open the cessions with prayer was adopted by the senate Senator Mc Nutt of Louisville presented a bill to change the present law giving the gentoral council ofthat city the electing a city attorney and fixing his salary to appointment by tho mayors at an annual salary of 5000 assistants at 2500 each Frankfort Ky Jan HSenateBills introduced Monday To increase the annual militia appropriation to 28000 which is about equal to the amount contributed by tho United States each year to tho Kentucky mi litia to prohibit the use of paris green or other poisonous substances on to bacco to provide for the identification of heirs and unmarried devisees ortgrantees i llouseThoTestherford resolution urging congress to do justice to Adm forIresolution urging congress to amend the constitution so that United States senators shall be elected by the peo pie Mr Wyatt proposed a resolution urging congress to have Clarks river anInouncedClark C Allison Holland of Henry It B Bradley of Hopkins Harry Law rence of TrIG and Itclclinrt of Lou isvillc Frankfort Jan 15 Senate The senate Tuesday balloted for United States senator McCreary 23 Deboc 11 Bradley 1 Bills introduced To provide for the establishment and maintenance of a confederate home to be a charitable institution of the state of Kentucky to amend the local option law by providing that where a whole county votes on the question of sell Ing Hqnor that vote shall supersede all past votes in any city town or lIre elect in said county on the same question to make it unlawful to employ a child less than 14 years old iir workshops mines mills or factories to amend the charter of cities of Die fifth class by providing that said cities may Improve their streets on the tenyear bond plan a joint resolution urging congress to pass a law prohibiting revenue collectors from granting liq uor licenses in local option districts to increase U8 pay of penitentiary guards from fliO to75 per month do- Ing away with the filing with the coun ty clerk of duplicate lists of the school census and recording same House McCreary received 74 votes IB the house and Deboe 24 Bills troduced Providing for uniform and cheaper Hooks and creating a commis sion to control the matter providing that no city or town shall have the power to impose a license tax on any person selling corn wheat vegetables or farm products grown by the seller appropriating 75000 for a new build ing for deaf and dumb institute in Danville providing for a dog tax re apportioning the congressional dis- trIcts providing for eight hours work a day by miners of the state to amend the school law by abolishing third class certificates for teachers making the carrying of concealed punishable by confinement in weaponsIpenitentiary removing party on election ballots form school book laws tojprevertt use of parts green on tobacco ceding to the government land for a park at Per rjrville appropriating 150000 for deaf and dumb asylrm at Davillr to prevent horse racing and to encourage the breeding of saddle horses McKnight WantsNew Trial Louisville Ky Jan 14 Banker J W McKnight convicted for the third time of irregularities in connection with a defunct bank will demand a new trial because of the refusal of a Seventh Day Adventist juror to listen to the courts charges First Conductor tend Louisville Ky Jan HCol John D Pope died here aged 74 Ho served in the Mexican and civil wars being In the confederate army He was conductor of the L Ns first passenger train The lJiil1J1geD Pail generallymanykindsof the wrong kiud hard to digest and containing little nutri tion As1 conic orkingform of stomachtrouble which interfere with his health workingWhere there is indigestion or J1 zncationach and itsallied of digestion and nutrition the ruse of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will petfeet almost invari L C 10 r1Urtaken with severe cianipaIn andliveribecomplaintgot until ix yrs IISSetI I bad become so thenidto dif thinking that J could hot be cured Then indtakeStatbottleanother and after I had taken eight bottles in Ihastout nod healthy tothy I tionk ns iever wns SenseMedical payezjenseR V Pierce Buffalo NYc f New CenUy Comfort Snilions anviliailv finding a worTIot JrkiIbBruises conquers Ulcers and Fever rtlHoilI1I1tIIluDf r i JllQ THE JURY COMPLETED Opening Statement in the Howard Case Made By Judge Williams Frankfort Ky Jan 11The Jury the Howard trial was completed rlday afternoon and Judge Ben Wil ama for the prosecution made the o pening statement to the jury in wbicli he said it would be proved that Howard admitted after he returned to Clay county that he shot Goebel lIe said Howard wanted a pardon Taylor wanted Goebel killed and when tho two met Gocbels death resulted Attorney Gordon objected to Wit lams statements and Judge Cantrill sustained the objection in part but overruled Gordons motion to dis charge the jury because of Williams statements The Jury Is composed of nine democrats two republicans and one popu listFrankfort Ky Jan HIn the Jim- foward trial Monday Deputy Asses or A W Morgan of Clay county Howards home was the only Important witness Morgan testified that when Howard returned home from- rankfort early In January he said lie as going back to Frankfort later and Intimated that Gov Taylor had prom- Ised to pardon him for the murder of ncorgo Baker Howard on his former trial denied that ho had made a trip hero previous to tho ono on which he Is accused of killing Goebel Morgan gave the names of a half dozen promi nent Clay county men who he says oard tho remark FraaSfort Ky Jan 15Tho chief of interest in connection with the of Jim Howard alleged Goebel suspect was the sensaUonaldlsap pcarancc of Wesley Whlttakor a Clay county barber who came hero Mon day night to testify in behalf of the commonwealth Whittaker spent the ight here but loft on an early morn ag train and efforts to locate him have been unsuccessful WhlttaUer is said would have testified that ha aw Howard the night before he came to Frankfort and that his testimony on this point would be important as the question of whether Howard wore a mustache at that time The prose cution claims that Whittakcrs disap pearance is due to intimidation and it- sI said be went to Indiana John M Collins of Clay county was tbc only new witness on the stand Tuesday He testified that he had cer conversations with Howard in which the latter showed him a picture of Goebel and intimated to him that be Howard had killed Goebel His testimony was practically the same as that of James Stubblefield who swore to similar remarks on the part of Howard Tho prosecution will not conclude its side of the evidence before Thursday evening WANTS A PARDON John P Monsch Fugitive From Justice For 34 Years Asks Clemency Louisville Ky Jan HAfter be- Ing a fugitive from justice for 34 years with a conviction of murder hanging over his head John P Monsch alias John P Smith is seeking a pardon of Kentuckys governor that he may return to his home in Louisville and die surrounded by his children Monsch or Smith stabbed and killed George Off In 1807 In this city Ho was tried in 1870 found guilty and the Jurys verdict was death On August 21 before sentence had bon passed Smith broko jail with five others All were recaptured except Smith A wife and an unborn child now a grown man were left In Louisville by Smith UNCLE TOMS CABIN The Women Want the Play Barred From Kentucky Louisville Ky Jan I3Mrs Basil W Duke regent of the Louisville chapter Daughters of the Confeder acy said Sunday night that the Ken tucmy legislature would bo asked to pass a law against the presentation of Undo Toms Cabin in the state of Kentucky The sentiment of the members has been sounded and It S almost tho unanimous opinion that such a law should be passed Formal action will bo taken at the meeting of tbo chapter Tuesday and then each chapter in the state will be asked to urge its representatives In tho general assembly to work and vote for tho bilL- Familys Sad Plight Greensburg Ky Jan ISCrles from a stable attracted the attention of the authorities to the pitiful case ot Mrs Sexton a widow with four cbll dren who were huddled together in a stall to keep from freezing She had como from Lebanon with her llttlo ones They will probably be sent to tho poorhousc Sold Two Colts Lexington Ky Jan l3T M Stevens sold to Rome Respcss a couple of 2yearold colts for 6000 One is by Wadsworth dam ModjcsKa S byWadsworthdam to Bristol On Trial For Murder Lexington Ky Jan 15Bert Ai line Jim Katcliffe and William Mosby the three men held for complicity la he murder of Jesse N Hawkins wero placed upon examination Tuesday be Tore the county Judge A Harrodsburg citizen who Ian par tisan Republican went to Indianapo lis some months ago seeking employ ment lie worked at various jobs Until four weeks ago when ho thought it would be a good thing to get a pluca on the street railway Iii pot three or four former citizens of this place who are now in business there interested and they saw tlio superintendent of thoIalto situation and go to work right ISo he wept to the oflices of Fugitives Tnylor and Finley who knew trim as a good Republican and they each gave him a strong letter to tire superintend beIllIItcant took the letter to the railway offi cial who read it two or three times and then passed it back to the fellow with ofIAnti he didnt Harrodsburg Demo crat Itt the chronic kicker who stubs his toe knownnPerryville Is probably ono of the most noted trappers and hunters in the Slate Bill is a eportsmiiir or the first water and Is cue of the tiiret field shots to be fount in this section He line killed In ills own vicinity every tiling from a deer down to an Englfsh sparrow an1ionlYl few wc k ago caught a catamount of enormous ififze qunltfire bas ba ged77l1qUajl The Is S- tdayehunt of theseasorr just closed brought down 30 partridges at SO shots ogjiba winsH Irrd6li rg SaYIIg SenseI from i 5ite f JltU1fl- i 1Q = j Frjght Caused Death Louisville Ky Jan ItlIlss Liz zto Curfcn aged 22 is dead at her j home of nervous prostration duo to fright Two months ago Mrs Lizzie Norton a friond died Just before death Miss Curren called on her You will follow me in a few weeks said the dying woman to Miss Curren The tatter brooded over the warning constantly From perfect health ohe declined steadily until she died Adalryilles Less By Fire AdairvHIe Ky Jan 16A supposed incendiary fire caused losses amount ing to 17flOO with 13003 insurance The dry goods store of Rayburn 8 Smith J L Butts grocery the Ban nfir otflcer and several small establish ments were burned Vault Poor mown Open Stanford KYIJan 10A futile effort was wade to rob the Lincoln county national bank here The vault door was blOwn opon and the safe badly damaged but the 17000 in It could not be got at Mayer Dalrd Resigned lit Sterling Ky Jan 16 George W Bairdreceatly chosen mayor for the third time resigned recommend lag C H Bryan as bis successor Before resigning he vetoed a franchise for a new telephone exchange Divorced Couple Remarried Henderson Ky Jan 1CAfter a separation or five years Dr H T Nor ment a prominent physician of An thoston and his divorced wife Mrs Virginia Norment were remafriedby County Judge Hart Wednesday Lineman Killed Paducab Ky Jan 10Chas Bell 01 Shawneetown lit aged 35 a lineman for the Paducah Street Railway Co missed his footing while ascend ing a pole Wednesday morning and was killed Postmaster at Paducah Washington Jan 16The president Wednesday informed Representative Wheeler that ho will reappoInt Frank iu Fisher as postmaster at Paducah Ky ciMaykingdy lay tho oldest man in Virginia celebrated his With anVversary at his home on Guests river a few miles from the Kentucky line It is said that Gov Shaw attributes all his greatness to his wife FOR WIFE BEATERS ro Bill to Establish a Whipping Post Presented in the Senate Frankfort Ky Jan lJames B McCreary was declared elected Unit ed States senator to succeed W J De boe at the joint session of the legisla ture Wednesday On roll call 36 senators and 93 representatives answered presentBills resented In the senate Providing for the appointment of five members of the house and three of the senate to look into the management and condition of the state prisons to prevent women voting in school elec tions to regulate the sale of tobacco and prevent misbranding allowing all circuit judges to appoint an official stenographer for his court in each county requiring that alllegal execu tions take place in the state peniten tiary to submit to voters an amendment to the constitution so that the state can do Its own printing that counties shall pay the expenses of all primary elections providing a whip ping post fpr wifebeaters providing that testimony in equity cases shall be taken orally abolishing depos tlons allowing juries to find special verdicts in certain cases and allowing the court to direct a verdict without motion to more fully prohibit pools trusts and monopolies STATE ABOUT TO CLOSE The Last Witness to Testify In the Jim Howard Case Frankfort Ky Jan lItWhen court resumed at 230 oclock Wednesday afternoon Mr Franklin said he wanted to put one more witness on the stand before the state closed its case D E Fields an attorney of Whitesburg Letcher county was called He came to Frankfort just a few days before the ScottColson tragedy which was in the middle of January He said Whar tOll Golden was on the train and ask ed him if he could find a man in Letch er county who would kill Goebel Fields said he replied that there were men In Letcher county who would do it At 325 oclpck Wednesday after noon Judge Cantrill ordered peremptory attachments for Wesley Whlta her Hiram Lewis and Join Jones three witnesses for the commonwealth who cnn not be located If they cant answer as witnesses said the court they can answer for contempt at the next term of this court fABCTCEATIW p QoFfytn KrIE Ireads Should tlkVir Ache Never eiidttro this troubli Loeat forMrssire writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I CureHeadache25e at Perry Tlipmas drug btorq lJniilmu Taking things aa they como does not wcar one out EO fast as dodging them Child Worth Millions says meMrsbcroqJ1Minute Cough Cure One Min utQ Cough Curs is sure cure for coughs troublesAuacts iirimediitely Tho youngest child lhalittleEeryfamilyMjnuto umtugir CUrl handy A t tins season 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