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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 JI I ir I 1T 7T 1T I Th1 RICHMOND CLIMAX IfOLUME B 6IIRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1902 NUMBER I ROFSSSIONAL CARDS O a s tV MILLER ATtOESBTATLlW- qfloNfl KKTTCCKT Ci tbe Burnara Building next door to I Niltoaal Dank feb3ly J 3ZriTjtV4 T1OK A1TnV BlOND KENTUCKY 1 tr Sttte nink Trust Co op jurt House on Mn5n Street I D i1 Oir NlULlI 4 rro ftiVE re J T LA ir- V KNTUCKYKD ou Sdconil street over Cheti ocry R LETCHER f trn yatLaw isn KENTUCKY j7ntTn1 over Taylor Urn Store ACKSON ROBERTS s ATTOKVKYS AD- tULLOfl8 A1 LW n 1IMOND KENTUCKY in John nnDttt1 old law ofEoooror I hnI drugstore I1ZSICANS lN GIBSON ct GIBSON- yilCfAKK AND SUIMEOAS tNt KENTUCKY cm the oe tcLrs builnj and 20 See in Vnue old drusitore 37 Hs C IIOOICRU E TERTXA R Y SURGEON I fiiunit Ontario Veterinary College et rirsry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ajohcc at stahl on earner First and- str redS Richmond Ky apr7ly 1 C JASPJ5R M D MtliciuoanJ Surgery tIptlttr Huildiui MainStreet io retideacc tilt CArT laCe on Hraudway- n KENTUCKYu si W rVAKS M D Pi fSiClAK AND SUHOEO- SuNi KBNTUCKV X3TL SGiP r CaVaxtfuva C obsorC Dwlwr OP LOCISVILLB KY a ftice next door to Government Building lriSnil ITy OlBoe hoars 9 to 121 to n17ly arry M Blanton 3 DENTIST Office in JXfiQett liaihling j1y TELEPHONE 196 nn LND3htN Hotel Glymlfiii Vt luetclny Pcbruiiry 121002I it6ooIs NO Our prices- oij1 you to trade with us when you give us a trial I13 1 iB- huB mm m 1 DlJY at1iBiJ111JJJa he ladies cannot be deceiv ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All buyinthe worldselect the la youbuythe latest uptodate gods Is that wh you want If so trade with niteAND Gioson THE BEST PAPER ubllshed in the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers Is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dailies and tbesuperlorof other remlneeklles or vednesday anil Saturday 1M copies a year you get It for onl- ySJOO A YEAR The Wednesday issne is acrotcd to News the Saturday Issue to Homo Matters liberal commission to Agents Sample plea cheerfully sent free to all who will ask or Write to COURIE JOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AURANOBMENT YOU ct1OE FIIIE- CHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceiWeek Ctarier J nul oth One Year for Only 150 eie la The largest stock in central Kentucky will be found nt VICTOR BOGAERTS Store IjPxiiigton Ky For repairing SplitSecond and + Swiss Watches also eJ + Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 44Expert Workmen I also innke a sprrinlty of MKDA1S DesiltllineHave you Seen oCJlrSli11limes liy Motto ANDPAul Victor Bogaert 57 E KYI3Iebly e fc Beauties 5 For All 4 I J1 = tJ We have lie bout flowers that cau be produced Our Floral Decorations t are beauties We possess and practice the nowsia ry NOW now In Cr ranRfliK IfOi order if receives our p rsotuil attention BELL The Florist t LEXINGTON kY AgtXjy j C Bslis Flowers go Everywhere j ei= ddtEiiaI u bh- I anss ijiKc GUit CVIE POUJI1 thjlhun Hi Will Cltan Silver and give it the ter took to uiuchdturtil Will Cltan Plate Class with little labor sod xio dust Will 1331 Lanqf then av thrr polish MSJ litti rvqiired to d Lb woi k wilt Not Roajhen Uo flosl lender Skin Will Net Scratch Pulupiiieouteoieiitfnrnj lo lou u mdorvxl by the best aullmr- IUS It ronr uliakrlos mt hare it oena uaiuo anl1l1l1r h rot r fq3 gtitlte UNEEOrlE POLISH CO Chatham Pa Uljuly Cm Winter Tourist Rates to Cuba 15OT a Points on the Evoak And All Inland ou thc rn Wi er Resorh As well as points in Texas and California Via Big Four Route Continuing until April SO 1902 tick ets will lie on salo from all points on the Bin Four Houte good for return passage until May 31 1002 Tcke Advantage of the Low Rates sad and Long Return Limit For full information and particulars as to rates tickets etc call on axerito Big Four Route or address the un dersigned Tnos A GARKICAX Unnlin ton Vti Every woman loves to think of the time when a soft little body all her own will nestle In her bosom fully satisfying the yearning which lies In the hut of every good woman But yet there is a black cloud hovering about the pretty picture In her mind which fills her terror Tho dread of childbirth takes away much of the joy of motherhood And yet It need not be so For sometime there has ben upon the market wellknown and recommended by physicians a liniment COiled IiRolherS frIend which makes childbirth as simple and easy as nature Intended t It Isa strengthening penetrating liniment which the skin readily absorbs It gives the muscles elasticity and vigor prevents sore beasts morning sick ness and thOlcs t of the girlish figure An IntetJgcnt Wero tcneeil MothersJrlcna againI would o stain 0 bottles if1 had to pay Pper hoWe for itGet Mothers Friend at the drug store per botUe TIlE ERADHClfl REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga Write or our rcelllnstrated book Before ItibyltUota A SPEECH ON ANARCHY Recorder God Utterance Before New York Club Are Attract Inx Attention aqdressclub upon Anarchy which ie attracting considerable attention at New York In part the recorder said For us who are gathered here in this well appointed and beautifully decorated chamber under the glnrv of these electric ciagreewoud be false to our surroundings ifi we did not tiandit is ony natural for us to take the position of the party in possession r think we assume a litte too much if we make the mistake of con gratulating ourselves ou the present state of our society or our position in it The aristocracy and nobility of France took the same position before the revolution in regard to what they railed their rights But was it not their lives which caust dthe revolu tion The nobles amused themselves in luxury and wealth while the peoopie starved Who were the The Recorder people or tbeyuisto dee legislation for repressing an archy there was grave danger that we might go to the other extremes egislatlnnmen and women virtuous Do not en deavor to repress an idea If the idea is right it will triumph and the repressive methods will prove onlstmuch fuel to feed the flames When wrong ideas diof themselves In dealing with anarchy let us remember that if our government is founded on righteousness then anarchy Is a craze 18ssasothercrazrshae REVOLUTION OF PLANETS Joseph Ilnttpll XovoIlHt anil Millono- Iilicr Says Fiiroe of Sunn flKlt Is tlie Cause That the revolution of the earth and other planets about the sun is caused by till force of the snnslight moving through the vacuum between the spheres anti more or less affected by magnetic currents is the claim of Joseph Hnttell novelist anti philos opher of Micldlelmry Vt who claims to have made a careful study of the problem Mr Italtell Rtllrl in regard to his theory The interstellar space is a vast region into which the air does not extend and therefore is similar to jdemonstratedProf il J Thompson of Oxford tinirversity England mill other eminent physicists that in a vacuum cathode rays light heat and electricity do their work and it is shown that these particles or corpuscles of lights not only move withjjrent rapidity in straight lines but will cause to move rapidly in a vacuum bodies which they meet in their path It follo vs as a mutter of abso lute certainty that the light emitted from the un into the space sur rounding it must cause to move what ever bodies are in its path This means especially theearth and other planets of what we call the solar straightlipesfrom the sun This is the socalled force of repulsion It is further dem onstrated that magnetic currents will deflect or bend the rays of light from a straight to a curved course Let these two forces be properly adjusted and the revolution of planets about their central sun is accounted forIGAME PRESERVE FqR ALASKA Effort Heine Mnde to Secure fiovern- iiieiit Protection of Bird nail Animal lllv of Territory At the sixth annual meeting of the New York Zoological society just held Director William T Hornnday gave a report ilustrated with stereopticon views of the Alaskan expedition un dertaken in March of last year for collecting specimens of the white mountain sheep After the report on the expedition Mr Hornaday intro duced a resolution proposing the es tablishment of a national game pre serve in southern Alaska to include the Alaskan peninsula the Kena pe ninsula and the mainland around Mount St EB and the head of Yaku tat bay including Iadiak island lie displayed illustrations of animals and maps shorting their distribution It is proposed that congress shall regulate the hunting in this district which now with the rest of Alaska has restrictions of no kind Linn AYliluneil liy Black hear While the animals at the Wittington zoo at Hot Springs Ark were being transferred from one cage to another the other morning a fight occurred be tween a ion and a black bear which resulted seriously for the lion Whet the lion a large twoyearoldvttt placed in the bears cage Uruin at tacked him and caught him by the throat The fight was terrific while it lasted but the bear held on and it took the entire force of employes to sep arate the maddened brutes The Jon was badly worsted and may die The bear is a common American black and otands seven feet high when on his hiud feet Frenchmen harness the Waves Some French naval engineers in called in Lorient harbor rwo weeks Ego a scries of balancing flcatjs which by utilizing wave power havej een de vefoping cohorse power regularly The only expense is one attendant in the day time one at night and five cents worthof oil a day A Profitable Investment i was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and In bed half my time says E Deniick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never enuld get anything to help meuu til I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure have alien a few bottles and am en tirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If vour slonmcli doesnt digest your foodOI1 are really starv lug Dyspepsia Cure does the rtoimchs work by dicestine the food You dont have to diet Eat till you want Kodol Dyspepsia Cure CUtes till stomach troubles Perry Thomas Glittering generalities are not all golden A Cure For Lumbago W C Williamson of Amherst Va flaYS For more than a vcar I suffered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave macntira relief which all other rem jdies had failed to do Sold by Stock lon Hagan 1iu Many a truthful man has beeti known jp Ho at the point of death II c c Ii i TALKS ABOUT MONEY Mr Andrew Carnegie Addresses Railroad Y M C A Men Declares Ileitt of Wealth In Not What It Does for the Owner ButpAVhnt It KnnlilCM mm totDo for OthersitAndrew Carnegie was the prin n rtiversarythe iYoung3ens Christian associa on at New York lIe talked of wealth its acquirement and uses He s aidcThe best of wealth is not what it does for the owner but what iteables him to do for others An J let me tell you there is nothing in moneya beyond having a competence nothing but the satisfaction of being able toohelp othersaIt one of the most cheering facts of our days that under present conditions the wages of labor tend 1ifation so splendidly situated as ours at this moment in regard to labor Every sober and capable and willingm man finds employment at wagese which with thrift and a good to manage will enable him to go far toward laying tip a competence foroold age There is nothing Unit sue oesij and happiness of a workiiigumn so much depends upon as n good managing vifeIAnd one without intention or desire hUll himself loaded with somewhat mnru than a competence tell you soberly that what one has beyond this brings lit- He With it and sometimes nothing desirable with it What nil of you should strive for is a competence without which Junius has said no man can be happy Xo nina should be happy without it if it be within reach and I urge nil of you to save a part of your earnings those prostperous days anti put it in banks at interest or better still buy a home with it It tookme some time to learnIbut I did learn that the great managers such as you have these days never do any work to speak of themselves their point is to make others work while they think I applied this lesson in after life so that work and I dill the laughing and I commend to youT superin tendents the thought that there is little success where there is little laughter The workman who re Dices in his work nnd laughs away ts discomforts is the man sure to ise Mr Carnegie predicted that in the near future railroad trains will run 100 miles an hour The speaker commended the care ome railroads are giving their em ployes and lauded the pension sys tem and the reading and club rooms which sonic roads are establishing He said these benefited shareholders as well as workmen and lllcllIIt isa great delusion to say that capital aiu labor are foes they must be allies or neither succeeds DESERT HOMES FOR CARDS Score Ieniifiylvniiln hitstatt1 Want Law Which AVII1 Prevent riaylnir for rrlion To such an extent has the vice of gambling in the form of euchre for prizes taken hold upon the women of Beaver county la that the mer chants professional men anti many of the independent wealthy men of he city have presented petition to Kepresentative W II Briekrr asking that tt law bo passed to make curd playing for prize illegal The craze seems to have taken n special hold upon the city of Beaver Falls and the lending men of that city called en masse tin Justice William Piper and asked him to issue warrants wholesale against the worn en of the city Nearly 100 names were mentioned many of the com plainants naming their wives Thy affirmed that they were not able to get their meals cooked that the in terest of the women in their homes was dying out while the clergymen in the delegation affirmed that the teachers in the Sunday schools wran gled over questions of euchre instead of teaching their classes and debated and discussed prizestobe under cot er of their hymn books AsciI nuil Pnlthfnl Servant Peter Lee who has been in the em ploy of the Stevens family of Castle Point Hoboken X J upward of 100 years is dying at Castle Point Tb elate of his birth is somewhat uncertain but it was probably in 1705 or 170G He was horn in Hoboken of slave parents the property of Co John Stevens He became free in the course of years but only once he separated from the Stevens family He declares he remembers the general OeorgVashiiigton can recall the days preceding steam navigation when horse boats fur nished the most advanced methods of transportation across the Hudson river Society Welcomes Depeirn II ride Washington socety has welcomed the beautiful bride of Senator Depew The reception was given at the home of Miss Panlding and more than a thousand gursts were present Senator Depew stood by the side of his bride and received the congratula tions of the hosts of friends with his gnestsincludedcorps and Mr Depew woe almost con stonIly talking French to the exclusion of her native tongue DO YOU WANT To sell your KEALESTATK TIMBER or COAL STOCK OK GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Writo me with all totLock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly Some men will oven get hot over a game of freezeout Remarkable Cure of CroupI A Little Boys Life igChamberlainssaved mY little boys life and I feel th I cannot nralso it enough I bought a GoodIwinit the poor baby could hardly breath e rjtenthen I thought sure ha wits going to choke to death We hat to pull aha phlegm out of his mouth iiiyfrreat loi strings I am positive that if I bndnot mvhoyIcbyp o H A Days Doings in Kentucky GENERAL ASSEMBLY Several Bills Passed In the Senate House Proceedings Frankfort Jan 23SenateBills assed Wednesday To provide that 1l accounts against counties shall be emized the same kind of a bill but applying to cities and towns provid- Ing for submitting to the people the ueatton of amending the constitution us to return to the old viva voce system of voting was passed by a strictly party vote the republicans vot t i against Ityeas 23 nays I clrIuit judges to appoint an official ographer in each county and empow ring the circuit judge in his discretion to order the stenographer to make carbon copy of transcipts sent to court of appeals at onefifth the cost f the original copy to Increase the nnual appropriation for the maintenance of the state guard from 17000 to 2300- 0iloiiscThe one incident of the ntii session was too entrance of the- iembers of the senate who came In due form to sit in the house chamber Ileotifturesent Kentucky in the United States Ifferedtodian of to furnish IormationInvojilcd in other states In capitol Imildingti THE DEFENSE RESTSIThe Prosecution in the Gives llcbuttal Testimony Frankfurt Ky Jan 23The de fenso rested its case In the Jim How Iganwitnesses wore introduced to show hat Howards principal alibi witness II C Robertson hall said that he was IGoolielllnhnrlnn claimed to have been in the Hoard of Trado hotel with Howard when the stint was fired Numerous witnesses nlso contradicted Howards own story as to hut whereabouts on the night following the shooting The evidence will be concluded Thursday nnd the case will go to the Jury Fri day night or Saturday morning Thrown From His Horse Seottsvlllo Ky Jan 23John Itoarli charged with shooting at the sheriff and deputies and illegally sell iiiK liquor and held to the grand jury was en route here Wednesday when his horse became frightened and threw him draKKlng him some distance Phy sicians tear he can not recover To the Penitentiary for Lifer olllsvlll Ivy Jan 23Clements Reiiohter wits found guilty of the murder of his daughter Irene and was sentenced to tho penitentiary for life Tli ro was some doubt as to his san fly and this saved him from the gal lows Renewed an Old Quarrel Catlottsburg Ky Jan 23Neat PiUovllle according to a report that reached here Squire Gilbert Bentley nnil Illley Ilnmoy renewed an old quarrel in which Bentley was shot and killed RenTloy fired as ho was dying but his shots went wild Will Not Retire From Turf Lexington Ky Jan 23VT T Muir Iho wellknown young turfman wIn sold out his entire racing stable to O II Clicnanlt denies that he will retire front tho thoroughbred busi ness tu train trotters Killed by a Buzz Saw Campion Ky Jan 23A Courier brought the report Wednesday morn lug that Sam Pence of Lane this county was killed Tuesday by falling against n buzz saw of the Standard Oil Co tin Holly Creek Bank of Hartford Robbed Hartford Ky Jan 23The bank of Hartford was robbed of between J2V10 and 3500 by four men who blew open the safe with dynamite and escaped after a fight with the deputy sheriff and some citizens Found the Lost Grave Scotlsvllle Ky Jan 23The grave of Joseph Logan a pioneer preacher who came to Kentucky from Virginia In 1795 and established the first church In southwestern Kentucky in 179S has been discovered near New Roe Will Remarry Owensboro Ky Jan Mary Coomes aged 18 was awardei a divorce Wednesday from David Coomes and frank FenwIcU at once obtained a license to marry her They were wedded on Thursday morning Lieut Fred L Wilson at Home Versailles Ky Jan 23Lleut Fred L Wilson Is here from the Phil Ipplnes on a furlough Wilson was honored for bravery by promotion to a Hcutcnantcy and recently was made treasurer of the province of Antique Andrew Sullivan Indicted Carrollton Ky Jan 23The grand jury of Carroll county returned an In dictment Wednesday against Andrew Sullivan charging him with the murder of Jerome Jay- Caload of Speed Lexington Ky Jan 23Garrett D Wilson tho wellKnown horseman of this city Is now actively engaged in the preparation of a carload of youngs ters to be shipped to New York city SOMETHING 1TEW They cure dandruff hair falling nead ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has 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 ultoluUhj impossible to break or cut the hair on a writ ten guarantee to 5jeO perfect satisfac lion in tray respect stamps lor Otto Ladies size 50c Gents size 851 Live men and women wanted every whero to introduce this article Sells ou sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Z7feblyritUnder the title The StorvofHome Gardens the thoiceineIt in Cleveland beuItyfyingpecially the advocacy of Home OarI dens is described in The Outlooks Magazine Number for February in a roost interesting way by Star Cad wallador The illustration and decdra tion of tha article make it particularly effective vj r t j Kelprni Nature rleedif f cine If they do not thrive f I on their food something is wrong They need a little iiS 0jjsJ9COD LIVER OILWT- HHYPOPHOSPHITESorLlHESSODA IsIdifficulty I ii= = times a day you will soon see i iia fage dissolved in their milk I if you so desire will very f s I soon show its great nourish j= ing power If the mothers milk does not nourish the i baby she needs the emul j ifitLt u tItttttt ++ + + GALL ATi + + + JONES MERSIMN SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY When n man and woman get married her friends cry and his friends give him the laugh A Good Recommendation have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cas cadet Iowa What better recommen dation could medicine have than for people to call for it when again in need of such a remedy Try them when you feel dull after eating when yon have a bad taste in your mouth eel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with constipation and you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which theynirord For sale by Stockton Hagau 1m The worst thing about acquiring a reputation is that you have to live up to it Finds way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen life is made by editor 0 IL Downey of Chu rubusco hid I wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption is the most Infallible that I have ever known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its in lungsHavingPneuiuoiiiaorCoiisuuiptiouIts Perry Thomas drugzist Guarantee glietrialSome people even get pleasure from their troubles in telling thorn to Other people The February Smart Set Tha Flash of an Emerald by Eth el Watts Mnmford the novelette with which the February number of The Smart Set opens is a notable contribu tion to literature It contains in ex quisite balance realism adventure and romance The characters most modern of the modern are distinctive and drawn with charming art The love interest that permeates the plot is at once novel and absorbing while the scenes varying from France to America from an admirably workedout background to action the most dramat ic In its entirety as in details the story is one that nyist win tho praise of critic and public alike Edgar Fiiweett contrIbutes an impor tant story dealing with phases of American life abroad of which up nu thor has a move iutimae knowledge A Drama in a Diningroom by Fdgar Sauna relates with characteristic brilliancy the story of a Paris sensation Alfred Henry Lewis writes SheS oops to Conquer an article where history is disguised by brisk dialogue and clover description When We Are Maried IS a romantic love story as ingenious as dainty a delightful witness tqJus tus Miles Foraians genius in fiction A fantastic tale of a unique social situation is tainted by Edward 8 VniZilc The tragicomedy in the love flairs of a Japanese is daintily anti tenderly told by Oiioto Watanua and J R Crayford gives a bit of inimitable satire erijitled Polly Powwows CajDanGelettDempster Sherman Julien Go don tIOlteBeckerand more by Tom Masson Edwin L ijttbin it i4reAllii3 among the best yet Issued of thii king ularly successful magazine CUttinkreiirkstlie toot lone malla 7 hWNiroWliliW1 I BIBe- eiMt l WWOOiWiW cMMM k IF ij tJ a I fJ 7if 7 71 They Are Here 4GeAND NOW ON SALE AT THE i BUSY BEE CASH STORE if4The most magnificent display of White Goods Laces Embrcidi zILinens New Wash Goods ever openedup in the old 7city tKAll7lfare to be seen in their stock Never were they as pretty All the Eastern and Western markets have been culled to get the newest and most 4jAL Buy Your Spring Goods 1 and wear Our Hamburgs and Laces will be the talk of the town theSv Pretty things in Embroideries and Laces to be had this season canbe found in this stock 1 ofDarnels 7This shipment comprises nearly pieces of themostdesirable Floor Coverings all grades and styles ever opened by any store i of1t J + W3D0OfldharnCo LWutI Do Y ol1lnov ITbat Buggies jnd Carri chpaperIweeks ago We still have selection on our floor foodIsave money by buying no A TEXAS WONDER HALLS CHEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of HallsGreat Dig covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both mon and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by drug lust will be sent by mail on receipt of- Si One small bottle is two months treatment nail will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manu facturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 91901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have med one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed ICO pounds when I begait using It today I weigh 176 pounds mid I feel hotter than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to tho Respectfully4decly LE People who live in flats havent room even for a family skeleton in the closet Some time ao my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in her chest and hind a bad cough I gaye her Chamberlains Cough Rem edy according to directions and in two days she was well anti able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven years anti have never knwn it to fail says James Prendergast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an ap proaching attack of pneumonia which was undoubtedly ward ed off by Chamberlains Ileme dy It counteracts any tendency of a byStockton HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children tiny and night is too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leccorrhosa and falling of the womb result from overwork Every Ijoitscwife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condit- ionWIEor CARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today Itcur1 Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter- Gleudesae r Ky Feb 10 I am so glad that your Wine of Csrdnt- ia helping me lam feeling better than I have for years I ant doing my own work without any and I washed taat week and was Itot one bIt tired That shows that tho Wine Is doing me good 1 ant getting Seshler than 1 ever was before and alee ROOd and eat hearty Before I began taking laydownnowI do not thlntof lying down through the day Sins KICDABJJ JONES SI AT DRUGGISTS Ict I4TtS sn4 1IItme uidnu p- tomTbs j sd1s iTliorjr DtpattnHut Tbe chittaneols Stedklsc n noo Teoa LJL r o 7 g Cash g Store1 now be ready to them when the r Iseason opens i J I All new 400 in your gists often lose nothing in stvle and ity Vehicles ot all qualI cost more another season geingup Iiy mig 11I John Donelson Prop ill b HolidayI Suggestionsl- M Here is the making of a Happy Home k i And here is where your friends buy The enjoymentCHAIRS and ROCKERS 1- O j Bring to the tired and weary Ip rw rfQ Buy for Christmas and use all the year K v t fefggSfifesJN080OidhamCor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Iulj3y KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines of rePictures and Framing Material Evershown in Richmond nnd at prices that defy competition Elegant PalnlinjlZannlne cabinetframeWe use genuine imported French picture glass Our cxpertframe makers make frames while you wait Wo invitedtopricesbuglit+ + + + ++ GEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY 0 cecTuxedoes Full Dress Prince Alberts JA SPECIALTY i LEXINGTON P4 KENTUCKYl feblv 0 ir = 0 Iru The Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager HOBT 8 OBOWE Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 29 U902 FDUH8HKD EVERY WEDNKSDAY BY The Climax Co ciIncorporated A DELEGATION ofprominent colored citizens of Kentucky headed by a Baptist preacher of Danville made a journey to Washington last week to demand that the colored voters r be recognized in the distribu tion of pic The Danville preacher says that sll they want is an opportunity to tell the President a few things They ought to have made these demands some years ago as they deserved their rewards for faithful service then as much as they do now They were then about as near I being rewarded as they are now The Danville preacher has evidently not heard that a prominent Madison county Republican said after the re jcent election that they had 4beeii carrying the negro too long and they did not intend to be burdened any longer 1Ifhe had heard that remark would have probably staid at home and saved his railroad fare ON last Wednesday after noon Gov Beckhan present tIthe Hoii Junes B Mc reary witha certificate bear i ing the seal of the Common wealth showing that he had been duly elected a United I States Senator to serve a term of six years beginning March 4 VJ03 When Senator Blackburn vasQelected in January 1000 he had difficulty in securing a certificate because the acting Governor W S laylor 4j refused to issue it when de mand was made upon him After the death of Gov Goe lel and the swearing in of Gov Beckhnm a certificaterf was issued to Senator Black burn Mr McOeary had a much smoother road to travel and in four hours afterthe final action had been taken he was wnlking smilingly from the Governors office with his credentials in his inside pocket AN effort is being made to force the railroads to stop all through trains at the county seats in the State Such a ruling would be convenience to a few people but it would result in a great loss of time an money to the railroads If the people who live in r towns like that want to ride on the train they should move to some place where the trains stops LtBrowerCo r LEXINGTON KY 1 Ureat I I ClearanceSale Our Picture Department t j tlida big business during tho holi days and it Is time to clean up a little bafor stock takint You know whut a choice stock we carry and we want you to know about the re williour ortllluntof Etchings Engravings 4 Water Colors and t We have plaotxl in our clearance Kile some IOO Shout Pictures com many celebrated reproduc tfernof famous subjects 25c SOc 75c and up Frames About lO made up Frames rang x30Ovala35 to 50 per cent on in price c Picture Mouldings 4 Have never shown a bolter assort4 ment A reduction of 23 cent on nil training done thllIIonth A visit to our Art Hoom will prove verinterestluVL C1BroerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWA LEXINGTON Ky Hfl a THE committee which has in hand the redistricting of the State made but few changes until it struck this section When the work is completed there will bsev eral old districts unable to tell where they are at The Twentyeighth District composed of Clark Bourbon and Montgomery and our district consisting of Madison Estill Powell and Lee have been ripped up and scattered all around Bourbon is placed with Voodford and Scott makinga new district Madison and Clark are put along together while Montgomery is thrown is with Rowan Estill Menifee and Bath There will be some confusion before we become accustomed to the new order of things but we can depend oii the men who have the matter in charge to do their work well THE Interior Journal suggested last week that Mr Clarence E Woods ought to- be Senator McCrearys private Secretary and that in case he wanted it his friends allover the State wouldmake a monster effort to secure him the position The mere suggestion has brought the applause of the press from all parts of the State so that L1itcomes to a boost Mr Woods friends will be foundready Were he our bitterest enemy rather our best friend we would have to admit that the new Senator could make no happier choice in selecting his Secretary RKPIIESENTATIVE Kehoe introduced bill in Congress last week providing for two sessions of the United States Court to be held at Catletts burg The people of that town tried to land the Court where the new district was made a year ago but failing in that they take this means of gettingitTuE of Carter Rowan and Elliott have pe titioned the Legislature to establish a new county from parts of each of the three counties named with Olive Hill the County seat If it is granted and the Legislature erects the new county it will be called Goebel THE Nicholas county Cou tier of Carlisle a Republi can organ has suspended af ter struggling along for four years It owed its beginning to the Republican successes of five years ago and it could not survive one Democratic victory i Hemp Crop Sold Wigglcsworth Brothers of Favelto county sold Friday to the Jacobs Cordage Company of Cincinnati 400000 pounds of hump the consideration be- Ing 20000 It was one of the largest hemp deals made in this section this Bfuon The farm of the Wigglesworth Brothers contains 275 acres For the past two years the Messrs Wiggles worth have sold their hemp crop for 18000 and 20000 The managers ol the farm dispensed with manual labor in breaking their hemp last fall in stalling two machines which did the work quicker than a hundred men and producing a better quality of fiber which can bo made into clothes and the finer textures Lexington Democrat Good Advice A prominent oil man eaid yesterday Beware of fake oil companies They are springing up like mushrooms allover the State and the unwary lambs will be shorn A great many people seem to have the opinion that a quick road to wealth JIGS in getting together a blockoflearea no matter much where located put out a glittering and highly colored prospectus hang out a card stock for sale in tho Boomers Oil Com pany get a few thousand dollars from the widows and orphans and thou let the company or the widows take care of themselves Legitimate oil companies are not formed in this way and the present exploitation of hundreds of companies which have holdings miles and miles from any pipe line or market h a great detriment to the safe and sound development of Kentuckys great oil and mineral wealth There is plenty of money to bo male in the oil business and will be but not in companies that sro capitalized at ten to ono hundred times the value of their holdings Make the promoters test their lands themselves and then help them along if they can shpw pro ducing wells of good calibre Invest your jnonoy with practical oil men or conservative business men in known oil territory Nut a hundred Aiiles from anywhere but close up and near production and it is then ten to one that you will reap satisfactory divi exptuditnreEncourage oil men from other States to locate In Kentucky They all bring to the Stole people and wealth Time State has been hurt by the fact that there are least in existence in the State more oil companies than there are oil wells and it stands tc reason that fiu oil company cnn not pay divi dends on wind but must have oil to Belt to pay thcmllerajd golden Glittering generalities ore not all Some men will oven get hot over a gamooffreezeout Many a truthful man has been known to lie at tho point of death IsupL MADISON MEN It Takes Them to Make The Big Fair a Success A Louisville special says A list of those former Kentuckians now residents of Missouri and will visit their native State in the interest of this States representation at the St Louis Worlds Fair of 1003 tins luSt been mado public Included in the party are men prominent in Missouri business political and professional circles They will leave St Louis in a special car Sunday night arriving in Louisville at 730 Monday morning A day and night will be spent in Louis ville and Frankfort and a day in Lexington At the Capital the Missonriaus will have as their guests the members of tho State Legislature and some enthusiastic arguments will be put forth in favor of the pending 200000 appropriation bill bra Kentucky building and exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase ExpositionExiovernorDavitl B Francis for merly of Madison count t and now President of tho Exposition Company will head the party lion William J Stone formerly Governor of Missouri and also a native of Madison county and exGovernor Thomas T Critteu den of Frankfort will be with the delegation as will Lieutenant Governor John A Lee once of Louisville The delegation will be made up largely of memjers of the Kentucky Society of St Louis of which Dr W Moore is President This organization has a membership of about 200 persons who were born in Kentucky or whose parents came from this State In their campaign in behalf of the appropriation bill now pending the St Louisiana will point out the ne cessily for Kentucky being well represented at tho Fair It is believed by those in favor of time appropriation that the absence of a Kentucky build ing and exhibit will be particularly no ticeable at an exposition in a city which Is the metropolis of a State with fifty counties named after prominent men and families of the Blue Gras Commonwealth Citizens of tho three cities which will be visited by the party are making elaborate arrangements for time enter tainment of the excursionists and the swing around the circle by the Mound Builders will no doubt prove a note worthy one On His Oath Read the Truth R C Pollard of Delphi Indiana swears that ho was unable tp pick out his 175 diamond ring from a tray of lietiumdiainond rings on a wager Here is more positive proof thin Benicin diamonds cannot be distin guished from the genuine R C Pol lurcl after wagering a substantial sum that he could pick out his fine diamond from a tray of lienicia diamonds frankly admits in an affidavit sworn to before Frank II Pillet Jr Notary oqthislected a Benicia diamond Read the afiidavit with his signature attached The failure of Mr Pollard to pick on his genuine diamond from the tray of Biuiicia diamonds only substantiates what wo have always claimed that Uenicia diamonds cannot be distin guished from the real that they have all tho life all the tire all the color and all the brilliance of genuine diamonds Below wo give the illustrations of only a few designs Wo have thousands of others equally attractive Mail orders will be promptly filled on receipt of price STATE OF INDIANA MAHION COUNTY Witnessed Before me Frank II Pilltt Jr a Notary Public in and for said county this 8th day of January 1002 G Will Meyers who being by me first duly sworn upon his oath de poses and says That on this day in the city of Indianapolis Indiana Mr II C Pollard of Delphi Indiana who is the owner of a very fine diamond ring worth SU75 agreed to place said ring in a tray of Benicia diamonds on a wager that be could identify and se lect his own ring therefrom That said ring was so placed and the said Pollard failed to identify his ring but selected one of the Benicia diamond rings That Mr Pollards ring wrs then returned to him G WILL MEVEKS Subscribed and sworn to befoie me this Sum day of January 1002 FRANK II PILLET JR Notary Public uponhisforegoing statement of G Wilt Meyers and further saith not R C POLLAKD Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sih tiny of January 1002 FUNK II PILLET JR Notary Public ringsformerlyHeavy gold filed gents Gypsy rig 450 11 karat solid gold stud absolutely perfect this week 10 rolled gold 150 Ladies two Stone ring set with em amid ruby or two genuine Benicia diamonds warranted to wear a lifetime 250 oun hTnvco GUARANTEE AVe warrant each and every stono to retain its brilliancy forever and the mountings to give porloct satisfaction We will give 1000 to any charitable institution in Indianapolis if it can be shown that we ever refused to replace a stone that did not give satisfaction Benicia diamonds will stand acids heat alkali etc they can bo washed and cleaned like genuine diamonds and near do they resemble them that experts I avi been deceived and pawnbrokers swindled Write us for prices and further particulars BKXICIA DIAMOND Co 37 East Washington Street Indianapolis Indiana Remarkable Feat A daikey who works for Mr Allen Edelen performed the most phenome nal feat a few days ago of creeping up on a large fox and capturing it in nn open field says time Harrodsburg Dem ocrat The colored man had gone into a field for the purpose of hauling some engagedliifox pass through the field at a consul er ble distance and cuter a cluster of bushes Ho immediately proceeded to the spt where np nard was last seen and with n tread that would have made a cat turn green with envy Lo crept up behind his foxship and soon had him fast good and strong The sly old fellow was taken In the house and Is now languishing in prison TUs is perhaps the only instance ever known in which ono uf iheso waryauiiuals was raiihit Ibis innnncr plDlaking ii J Aching JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body are joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition is commonly worse in wet weatherIt been a long time since we have been without Hoods Sarsaparllla My father thinks he could not do without It He has been troubled with rheumatism since be was a boy and Hoods Saraapa rilla Is the only medicine he can take that will enable him to take his place in the field Miss ADA Dorr Sidney Iowa Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumatismno outward applicatipn can Take them HOW WE WASTE STAMPS J 000000 Worth a Year About the Average Loss in the United States Government employes who are in a position to know say that there are more than 1000000 worth of stamps waited in the United States annually Uncle Samof course reaps the benefit for every one of those stamps represents 2 cents turned over to the United States Treasury without any equiva lent service heinz rendered People may at first be inclined to question how such a quantity of stamps are wasted Well for one thing there are a lot of them which in the course of a year get lost in n corner oi a pock etbook or the dark recesses of a desk where they are rumpled and torn Hot weather used to ruin a lot cj stamps by gumming them together but the little oiled paper stamp books sold now obviate much of that loss Many people are careless about putting stamps on papers and cnvelopesJand before the letters reach their destination the stamps are lost and the package gets held up for more postage Other people put on too much postage often slapping on a 5 cent stamp on a pack age that requires only 1cent One other great source of stamp rev enue to the government and of waste to the people is from the practice in dulged in by many firms of sending out letters soliciting patronage and containing a stamp for a reply which is never madeEx Late Literary News Sir Charles W Dilk contributes to Tho COlmopo tan for February an ar tide ou Tho Naval Strength of Na tions which gives not only a most interesting and comprehensive account of the naives of the great powers hut alma clear insight into world ofpolitics Few men possess such knowledge as time authors gained from years of ex perience in a diplomatic and political career The article is so broad in slOpe and straightforward III treatment that it will be read with interest not alone by statesmen but by every one whcse thoughts travel beyond the immediate wants of a single day Judge for a Day Judge P C Walker was called to Frankfort on business Monday says tine Anderson News aud Mr Times M hell the newlyelected City Clerk was left to run time mill of justice Mr Bell afterlookiag thmu4tlace over and reading a few of Judge Walkers slgnasmonjw- hicim are All guilty persons shall be punished All persons are guilty un less they are otherwine novenn lite you are not guilty what in theldo you want here Time way of the transgressor is hard announced that he was ready for business It was but a few minutes until Officers McCnrty and Stevens began to deliver the goods and Mr Bell followed closely his instructions The following art tho prices charged Singing drunk and costs limber drunk 3 and costs confiden tial conversational diunk 5 and costs loveable drunk 5 and costs fighting drunk 15 and costs Mr hell reports live cash customers which is very good Mountain Schools The idea still prevails throughout the country that the mountain section of Kentucky is altogether bad and that the people of the mountains are half savage and densely ignorant A Ken tucky lady who has for several years made her home in a Northern citytold- is recently of hearing a minister in a large Church pray for tho missionaries working in tho foreign and home fields and especially In the Kentucky mountains An article in time Louisville Post of a few lays ago in regard to the mountain schools will give some idea about howfar the people of East ern Kentucky are from the savage state The Post says Within a radius of thirty milts there are no less than a dozen good preparatory schoos one or two good colleges tho curriculum of which will compare favorably with any similar institution in the State Clay county has one or two good academies one at Burning Springs near Manchester in time very heart of the feud country Hero are gathered together time decendauts of the How ards aim Lakers the Philpots and Grilling striving earnestly for the light of education In Leslie county also famous for its feuds Is Hyden Academy where young ttJelorgothe control of Presbyterians In Bellcorn ty at Piuevllla the Bapsists have recently built a new col lego which Is having remarkablv good success They alsoJjave an institution inI Vhitley county the Willlnmsburg InstituteIn county at London the Methodists have the Sue Bennett Me morial School At Corbin Whltley county tho home of tine Shoiwttlls there are two acad emies one under the control of tIm Christian Church the other the Epis copal Church Time Presbyterians also have good schools in Middlesboro Bell county and at Jackson At Barbourvllle Knox county a new college was opened this week by the Baptist Here is also Union College which ranks with the beat colleges in the State although less than a dozen years old At PI evllle Pike county 42 miles from a railroad the Presbyterians have hadconducted a highgraded school for years with several hundred etudctils enrolled each year At Irvine fUtitl county the Baptists are expending about 20000 in the oJlIn fact there are but few counties in this part of tine State which besldea the public schools have not a good academy or college No man is so selfifth aa to demand more thaa life owa Bure of trouble h1 J f r Double Wedding Time following from the Morning Democrat Is of great Interest to all tine friends of time contracting parties Thee parlors of Hamilton College were the scene ofa pretty double wedding cores mony yesterday forenoon which united the hearts and lives of Mr Eugenic Todd and Miss Lenora Black and Mr J Byrd Deatherage and Miss Lela Williams all of the vicinity of White Hall Madison county President B C hawgerman was the officiating minister and the witnesses of time happy event were Miss Mary Armstrong Miss Liz zie Smith Mrs Bateman and Mrs Em ma Cecil of tho college After the ceremony the wddding party repaired to the Phoenix Hotel where they were quests for dinner Messrs Todd and Deutherage the bridegrooms are well known young farmers while their brides are general social favorites in their neighborhood The wedding was not an elopement the 3OuIlg peo pie merely chousing Lexington as the most desirable place to bo married They returned home yesterday after mon WAGJZRSVILLE Miss Puttie Moores commenced her school last Monday with 35 pupils in attendance Rev Henry Clark preached at Slit tion Camp labt Sunday Mr Horace Kidwell bought a lot from Mr Gentry Park on which he will erect a store TOKTWOOD Mr E Vf Reeves anti family are visit ing relatives ntlhia place Mr Silas Portwood sold lo Mr Sid ney Dozier five barrels of corn at 3 per bairel Mr John Winkler was in town Wed nesday on business Mr Horace Wells took dinner with Silas Portwood and family Sunday Mr Joe Portwood has moved his family from Waco to Poriwood Ky Miss Berthie Grinslead is visiting Miss May Stivers near Portwood Ky Circuit Court is going ou Look out boysMr U II Harris is down at Port wood for ihe first time since Christ mRs Mr Joint Thorp has moved to the city of Richmond be will make it his future home PAINT LICK Miss Abbott of Shelbyvillc is visit lug Miss Jennie Parkes Miss Hattie Robertson of Cynthiann is time guest of time Misses Frauds Mrs Woods and daughter of Stan ford mire visiting Mrs Wm Wallace Mr Solomon Forrester aged 57 died at his home near Paint Lick of pieu monia Tho remains were taken to Bnrgiu fur interment A wife and live children are lolL to mourn his loss We have had a big rain and snow The creek is up and there is lots of Ins sing abaut the bridge Mr Jack Adams is on the sick list Mrs Grijrsj who got a fall lust wrtk is improving Miss Nannie Campbell will leave to morrow for Lexington to outer Jones Business College 11r John Terrill leaves soon for Washington State to make his home John is a genial fellow and we all hate to see him leave our community Drummers are plentiful at Paint Lick now STATE OK ESLeesFRAXKJ CHENEY makes oath that lie is time senior partner of the firma of F J CIIRSEY f C doing business in the City of Toledo Countv ami State aforesaid and that smut firm will pwv tine tutu of ONE I1UNDREU DUl LA US for each and every ease of Ca lairh that cannot lie by the use of HAUS CATARHII Cunu- FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and snlu ciibed in presence this Cth day of Ie comber A D 1886 1AW GLEA50N Xotitry 2nllicl Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly Oil time Mood anti mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free- R J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bv Druggists Toe Halls Family fills are tie best We may all bo generous to a fault when the fault is our own Tills Will Interest Many To qnickly introduce the fiiinoux blood purifier IS B B Botanic Bioi1 Balm into now homes we will give away 10000 treatments B B vtL positively cure nil blood and skin trim Lies ulcers scrofula eczema cutu g sores itching humors swellings pimples halls carbuncles bnno pains rheumatism catarrh hood poison nC ffcling throat or boncsinucous mtrlitv cmrer swellinus persistent pimples or wait B BB makes tho blood jiime and rich heals every sore or ci option iai stops nil aches and pains UrucuUt 1 For lice treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical until cured B B Itvnrr4 old iliepsented cases that refuse to iual tinder pntunt medic illR or doctors treatment I composed of tune liotmiie drntrj runt is the finest blood purilier iu he world I Home Seekers Excursions at very Low Rates to many points in the following territory Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentucky Jouisiana Michigan Minne sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over thof Selling Dates January February 2OFor lull information a particulars as prlVijlelsWarren J Lynch W P Deppe OeaJ raw 4 hket Agt Asst OP T A JE Befre GesUBoutbcmAst ClBClnn O t Ten Cents for Ten Weeks Tine St Louis Mirror is a twejty ight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy as- lated by a stall of contributors comprising the best writers and literary utimoritieson all current subjects so cial religious scientific financial literary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of ell and affairs a treasury of short tories and good poetry a paper iu which the best books best plays and best music are aLly reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are giv en carotid attention It is time lip tudnte paper for tine merchant tine teacher the professional man tho student the politician as well as for woman and the home If you will send us lOc in silver or tamps wo will mail the Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRROR 8Jantf St Louis Mor Dissolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing between Charles DoUglas end George D Simmons has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Sim- ons remaining All persons owing the firm are urgently requested to call and settle at once CIIAS E DOUGLAS ISfanlw GEO SIMMONS A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty timings gold and silver has come to be pro verbial Men mayo the same leaning but they disguise it Hero 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 Mardi 6ras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY nth J902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with liberal return limits Two rmlagnlflcentVeatibuled Limited 24ImourSchedulc Trains from Cincinnati Daily Diners Observation Cars Through Pullmans Printed Matter for the asking Chas W Zell DLv Pass Apt CInti O W WDunnavantT P A Cleveland O HJVanDermarfcNEPAnetroitMich J MURPHY RINCARSON GENERA GeNt PABSOR CINCINNATI LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY a73 5iIOf iq fl5S4 DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN LoaisviiE cad Si Losiis TrainsPullman Trains For fftlsllUtturther information addren L J IRWIN 6 P jQe00G08I0s e0eiiic oS e C 0 Cs S0 For a trial mouths Sl1 bOQiJ eoaOa 0 iO LouisvilleTIMES 01ci oa9 SS S 0 ZIe00on g Latest Market Quotations eJComplete Press Reports s Largest Circulation S I in the Souths 0 s SS 36000 AND OVER DAILY hts Or Si a year by mall S 4 BOS FOURTH AVE t Louisville Ky t e t r 5q 811W IIIIU c r il 1t 1 I We Treat You The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoojls made of good quality wool zephvr closely knit assorted solid colors 1C cents each Fancy combination lleccelined Hoods closely knit stitched nil over with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each Ments Handkerchiefs ri The best 6 cent Handkerchief ever pro I daced staple borders of Red and Blue also plain Wbiic atSc each The leader of the line Mens Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched border printed In tasteful polka dotsand Fleurdelis patterns In two color effects at Silky Japanette Cloth Handkerchiefs one inch hem white silk initial in corner t lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c ow tt 14 r ments and study in the true of swine and Serum hogs and saved treatel The of will at In caie of One vial I a in on 20 25 a ly e a of as are always 111jthroughoutbest ever Wir and with taTp silk and in town see us at us case t Xk2 8tl et Oxford quality made bleached newI I hemmed Reverea Spread just been line size 7000 nobby centers hemmed 8lextra I IA Drive Genuine Marsailles QuiItse Cor Main First St who of fi 0C t1l o immense Spring greatest Slaughter Corsets Etc that coming will convince mean business I McCann ANTITOXIN FUI1SV1NB succeeded isolating diseases prepare treated thisjemedy sufficient 21aprly Having sold my farm will sell Public Madison County Stock Richmond the hour Way Fsta the followingstoek head highgrade Shorthorn Jfl registered Shorthorn Bull yearling weanling homebred and and better lot this miss this handsome and consignment TERMS made W PO LL lI Whichmakes business andsound For bargains help you grounda Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks I colored good values Cloth Qhoakain dark blue sailor apliqued white braidat sum When When home write either well ve You Money ae Save Ladies Sheer High Grade Lawn Handler lialf made olsoft Swiss Lawn in all around in tasteful pall white chain flowers and leaf IIworth 15c at lOco Ladies Swiss with of real lace flower designs at 25c Novelty Mufflers in popular of high grade English Serge size I D 1 superior White Quilt of yarn in sie 70x73 at 49c each new that has added to the fine soft 2ply yarn at 99c each in Jill the ii2w Quality high large floral center patterns novel groupings ferns and hands Quilt Price this week 299 Ask see them OWEN MCKEE i For those think Richmond I c GOOD TlllNOS I e Gooi In order to make room for our we are offering the Sale Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hoisery Em broidery Richmondc1 Are every train and possiblehenceter stock of goods now our shelves PRICE t havingbeenof theUnitedand you that for bargains LEE SMITliA I RICHMOND KI fromStatesIIDeVauxgerm a 000 have been successfully by with the higherpriceguarantees the injection absolutelypreventsave least percent failure refundedofhogsounce for six liocs 100 ChemlclilCompany Public Sale at Sale at Yards Ky about of 10 oclock j lit 19Q to 25 of Cowfs iu dalve Steers bout 25 Calves This stock is raised theIStateclass cannot ajford to high bred on credit aleWillI nonths with G 22j oc your safe such here found Will hold yourI Eiderdown the produced was now red in s In Ii Handkerchiefs work Handkerchiefs STs signs fihish raised grade Marsailles Quilts 124 sizp heavy weight surround of flowers the offered for the money S4 ppedn to ejts stock of Goods of we at REDUCED we Yours Bide DlSKASES theDeVaux Company of Kentucky Good 71 71 7f 1it 7ij 7 7 I have accepted th Ia ffi731encyfor Richmond countyICoffee and am peopledV bestiPowder Spices or Ex racts and samej time useful and beautiful presents fnct your orders for guaraimteed st atNQinch ered very welt color asszs 333 ever in on on we that Co now t a the get t p Are TheIKespectfulljv JP F ADAMS JRkRichmond Ky f l 71 I + eIeIeI 3IeE E- t+++ + + + + + + 1T I flURMAN has made liichmondnhe best market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones bid Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there Is onearth When other people can pay goodprices Thurman can pay better prices always the high oat Anotia will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them nil the time S CALL AM GET OUR MlCESr t T rJlttf rGroceryljantt C IC o t t ourIIperhapstr 1 w centfm on any article in this iine regardless needingLt near future will save 20per cent on the investment prices a ti are strictly for CASH T I H you want anything special in t the way off IIIE CO 1 1 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 29 1002 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stouffers Clothing Store Gfebtf See Henry Bros ad elte where for Bird torn oats and grain Parties having corn for sale write linrnani Bennett Co Silver Creek KydecDr Hobson dentist next door to ijovernment building tf Richmond Ky Mat Cohen sold to J A Bryan of Mt sterling eighteen 750pound cattle at 4 cents Dont forget that Elias Day will beat ile Masonic Temple next Tuesday February 4 There were 105 white and 43 col ornl marriage licenses issued by the County Clerk during last year Jim Lakes charged with larceny was arrested and brought to jail by iVitity J W Maupin Friday Mr T U Adams went to Anderson Ciiuty last week having been recently a siniieil as storekeeper at the Mc jiivT distillery James Stephens ot Whites Sta tjuu gOt tangled up in A cattlCgnard on tile railroad one day last week and is nol laid up with a broken leg Prof J It Harris of this city is teaching a very successful school at tike Hill He Is considered one of til best teachers in the county and tit community that gets him is fortu Date Mr P F Adams of this citystood tli Civil Service examination last Uriiber and has been notified that he pissd suecessullyIt means that juiier or later he will get a good place iu the Government service See advertisement elsewhere to divs CLIMAX of Gutt Bros dealers in ail kinds of produce hides furs salt itfil etc These gentlemen are upto date business men and you will profit by calling 011 them with such goods as j uiiy have to dispose of iu their line Ve are requested by Capt Robert ii Head recruiting officer at Lexing t ni say that in lieu of the many dis carges that will occur owing to expi ration of term of service in the United istatcs Army there will be a great Hum Irof lecruiis enlisted for the different branches of the service A slick fellow tried to work Jas n Beazley the popularliveryman the other day lie represented himself a horse shoe and nail drummer and offer t1 Mr B some great bargains After he had taken his order the fellow offer tdto let the purchaser discount the bill at 10 por cent but Mr Beazley jinelta mouse so to speak and de Iiiwd A dispatch from Versailles tell of a man working a merchant of tat place for fill iu u similar way Interior Jouiu Tho Liquid Air lecture here was a great success Many expressed them selves as highly pleased with tho lect url and demonstrations and especially with the manner in which Mr L O Dvis presented them Mr Davis is firtiinly an interesting and entertain ing speaker and presents his subject in such a simple way that a child luight easily understand Liquid Air and what it is capable of doing W A Fi KE Instructor Dept Physical Science Itichmond High School Richmond luU Corn Wanted Burnam Bennett Co Silver Creek Ky want 10000 barrels of corn write them for prices 4dec8w Last Warning All unpaid taxes will be advertised February County Court Day and sold prompt ly March County Court day Look after your Taxes and get receipts at once No by bidding everything goes H H Colyer S M C uu 0 5 Lo rtj 1Z DEATUERA6E Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of lice over Middletons drug store July 17tf Lost- A pair of glasses Adolph Jordan maker on the case Return to this ofHce 25detr One P M IJohn B Ledford post luasterat Whit resigned and William P Sowers hat been appointed in his place Dullin N Beasley the tobacro king of Paint Lick reports tile market very dull He has been paying cents for the best he lisa bought Money lor Kentucky The HousesCommittees on War Claims rep the bill to pay the state of Kentucky 973000 lor money spent in equipping Union soldiers during the civil war Arrested in Winchester Elmer Lanter a sixteenyearold boy of this city was arrested in Winches ter last week on a charge of larceny and was brought back here In tho County Court Saturday he was given a sentence of sixty days in jail For Sale We offer for sale privately a thirty engineicheap For particulars apply to D For J D Chenault or this office dec 4 If Ellistou Mill Co Effective at Once The Eouiarille and Nashville will honor tickets to Lexington held by passengers on train No 10 leaving here at 020 a in via Paris when C O train is an hour or more late if passengers deuro it jan 22 3t Land Sales C T Wells sold to William J Risk last week aJurrn of one hundred acres situated 8n OMer Creel at 35 per acre Rufus Shearer sold Hobert Bush one hundred and nine acres on Drowning creek for 54500 Strayed or Stolen On Friday night a bay horse six years old 1C hands high richt hind foot white and has trace marks Also has a wild disposition A reasonable reward will be paid for return of same to the undersigned J M FOWLEH jan 292t Kirksville Ky Situation Wanted A yourig man sober industrious moral and of fair education wishes a position as clerk in a mercantile house drygoods prelerred reasonable compensation only demanded Best of references given including Mr A D Miller of tho Richmond Climax Ad dress B J Wcare Richmond Climax lian4w Last Peice Gone The old Central News outfit was re moved from this city to Danville this week to ho used in getting out the pa per there Mr J Rockwell Smith of Centre College was here to superin tend the moving The plant is owned by Dr Blanton and is probably the last thing belonging to the old University that will be moved away Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents Dn Honor Richmond Ky Newspaper Laws Any person who takes the paper regularly from the post office svIetlierdi- reeled to his name or whether he is a subscriber or not is responsible for the pay The Courts have decided that refus ing to take news papers and periodi cals from the post cilice or removing and leaving them uncalled for is Prima Facie evidnco of Intentional Fraud A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days anc tion sale in tin jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of watch es diamonds and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large stock I have became ac customed to giving goods away at half prices and it Is now no hardship to me tosull yon any thing in my line twenty per centrlesa tluahyou will be able to get the same any place in the United States Respectfully 3m D P Armor GROCERIES Always Fresh And The Best jive us a Trial Order i ctrJ o CIJ Oj f MTLLER B ii tI rD p Jii RichmondKy Moved to Nicholasville ViewArstentyule papertodo his printing The Ar RegisterPublishingyears Removals nBroadwavSecond street formerly occupied by llwOodhasJacobs Shorthorn Sale liighigradShorthorn Madison stock yards on next Saturday inorniig at JO oclock A large num theStateEstray A bay mare came to my place on January 201902 and has since been eared for bme Owner can have same by paying cost WjtA MYECS Paint Lick Ky Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 800 cattle on the market Pair to good 900 to 1000 Ib steers brought 31 to tCj to 700lb steers 3 to 3Jc heifers 500 to 700lbs 3J to 3Jc j cows 2J to 3c 10 common ewes 170 per head All best offerings were sold- Declamatory Contest The Inter Collegiate Declamatory contest will be held at Winchester Fri day night under the auspices of the Kentucky Wesleyan College The con test will be participated in by Central TGmtuekyUniversJt Hew Lodge at Ford A new lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen was installed at Foul last Friday night with about twenty live members The work was done by the degree team of Oak Lodge Win chester Mr W E Gilkerson has been at Ford for several weeks woik ing up the lodge From Frankfort to Lawrenceburg The Blue Grass Consolidated Traction Company may build a line from Frank fort to Lawrenceburg The company has a franchise in Franklin mid it is thought that it will not be hard to secure one in Anderson county The Business Mens Club of Lawrencoburp is taking active stops toward securing the road As Others See il Richmond ought to use every en deavor to secure the L A shops If Stanford had a chance to dolikewise what a move otir people would get on themselvet About 7500 to 8000 used to be the monthly payroll when the shops were located in our suburb and most of that amount was spent in Stanford Lincoln Democrat Liquid Air WAOKESIIA Wis Nov 18 1901 IL B Thearle Esq Dear SirTheLiquid Air lecture and demonstrations by Mr L O Davis was of a most in teresting and instructive character Our people were pleased with both Mr Davis way of explaining the wonder ful science and also with the numerous experiments Would not have missed it under our auspices Yours truly P W GIBSON Y if C A Success The Childrens Mission Band of the Christian Church gave a delightful little entertainment last Friday even ing in the chapel of Madison Institute The house was crowded anti thus con tinued appauso showed appreciation if the audience Tho program consisted of songs thrills and an album of living pictures One attractive feature was the cake walk by two young couples who imitated Frogeye anti his associ ates very successfully MARDI GRAS Queen Crescent Route New Orleans February llth Great est MidWinter Fete in the world j wierd and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen ft Crescent Route Finest train service in the South Two fast 24hour trcins every day in the year from Cin cinnati Time trip through the beau tiful southern country is a holiday in iUelf All inquiries gladly answered Free printed Matter W C ItiNEABsox G P A Cincin nati 29Jan2t Desperate Encounter Editor Perry of the Winchester Sen tinel pets oIl the following little joke A serious affray occured between Mr IJieek Lisle of Elkin and the Editor bf this papor Neither of time parties named wele hurt buta numberof their fiiends were killed They have since become reconciled- N B It isproper to state that this lIght took place at the mouth of Greasy Creek on Cumberland river in 1803 when Mr Lisle was in the Confederate Army and the Editor was on the other side Elias Day The Anamosa Journal of Iowa says of Mr Elias Day characterist who will appear at tho MasonIcTemple Tuesday February 4thSIt is a settled fact that Mr Day has few equals and probably no superiors Iu his special line His humor is varied pa tnose enter his recitals and tears flow or the faces of his audience break into smiles as the sentiment of his recita tion changes A man who hRS the Ian ulty of entertaining with anecdote and clmracterization for a solid evening without wearying his hearers is imbued with a genius rarely witnessed Mr Day shines as a story telleivhis faculty in djato to and impersonation is simply immense Duped the Machine One day last week the genialJoe became some what irritated When Vcr he of the Long Name loses his pa tience it is usually well understood that there has been ample cause A few weeks ago he brought on some peanut vending machines which were placed at several street corners By dropping a penny in the slot and pushing a Ie- VIII one could get enough salted pea nuts to make him sutllciently thirsty for tho time Now in the course of their ramblings some bad email boys discovered that the little steel washers such as are used by the carload in the cooper shpps were of the same size and weight as the pennies and they fur ther discovered that the peanut machines could not distinguish any dither ence beteen the washier and the penny Therefore it is easy to understand the indignation felt by ItaSias smiling son when on a certain day fTe opened the cash boxes of his machines and found instead of tho Coin ofthe Realm nojh jng but a hatful of small metal wash era worth about soyefl cents the pound C r Mi THE EMPTY SADDLE Lines Suggested by a Picture Inscribed to A DM r For Richmond CLIMAX L Empty is the siJdle now And Hand stands all alone She listens for it voice the knew Alas alas tis flown Tho fond caress she waits In vain Of one she loved of yore The footfall of her mistress fair Will great her nevermore Like one bereft of love she stands And lists and looks alivay And dreams perchance of time agone When life was in its May 0 gentle creature ever stand As in this picture fair And dream of her yonr earliest love The maid with flaxen hair Nor touch nor tone will neer respond And echo answers call The tender dream will lire for aye In menijys sacred hall Through dreams we touch the great beyond In dreams we backward look Till angel of the snowy Doth clasp HfeVrecordbook C Ky Jan 1002 DW Another Bank Robbery Another Kentucky bank was robbed last week This time it was the Haut ford bank which was entered Wed nesday morning and 1 000 takdi TIme four robueis were run down by blood hounds and captured in a few hours One gave his name as H L Marsh of Estill county Court Day When you are in town next Monday come around and see us The CLIMAX is now located on First Street in the old Register office We can give you the best possible clubbing rates You can get any paper in the country with time CLIMAX and tho two will be cheaper than you cOn order one fSr Come up and see us and you will profit by it An Old Boiler A ntwJCfoot boiler was installed in Myers planing mill last week Time old boiler that was taken out was put in when the old brick mill was erected ill 1863 and has been in constant use ever since That was before there was any railroad here and Col Barlow bought the boiler in Lexington and had it hauled over His was the only steam mill here then and it was on tile outer edge of town while now it it time geographical centre Kent uckys Contribution to Confederate Home Much interest is being manifested in the address to be delivered hero Fob ruary 28 by Col Bennett H Young This is said to bo the best of any of ids addresses It has a fascination about it that holds an audience spellbound throughout tho entire time Tho Con federate Camps here have this matter in charge Committees composed of Veterans Sons and Daughters will soon bo named Time proceeds of the lecture will be for the benefit of that noble charity the Confederate Home From West Virginia Our former townsman M G Drown hits our thanks for a copy of the Twen tieth Century edition of the Fairmont West Virginian It is a 44 page book profusely illustrated with excellent half tones and is about as handsome a sove nit edition as we have ever seen Ar largo amount of space is devoted to the ilL Cunningham undertaking estab lishment with wliich Mr Brown is vomit ctedand which is one of the lar vest business enterprises of the city Mr Brown writes that he is improving every claynnd that ho has a splendid position His family nih join him in about a mouth Kenny Out Mr Frank P Kenny who probably has as many friends in Richmond as any other young man who ever lived here has retired from the staff of the Kentucky Stock Farm The Morning Democrat says Time Kentucky Stuck Farm in its issue of yesterday announces tho withdrawal from time firm of Mr Frank Kenny who has been identi fled as half owner for eighteen months Mr Kenny will for some time to come devote himslf to the limiting up ol pedigrees and other buuiness connect ed with the trotting horse The ruiror to the effect that Mr Kenny is to be offered the secretaryship of time Oak ley track is so far as can be learned untrue Tom TurpIn in Hard Luck Judge Turpin received a telegram last Friday stating that his son Tom had met with a serious accident at Wulle Pa and had been taken to a Pittsbnrg hospital Judge Turpin left immediately for Pittsbnrg and was glad to find on his arrival that Toms injuries were not as serious as at first reported He had been employed in the railroad yards at Wulle for several weeks and had the misfortune to have a car knock him down and bruise him up considerably It is thought that he will be able to return homo with his father in a few days Tom went to New Yorkwith Harvey Keif several weeks ago and finding a good job on the railroad he decided not to come home Rowland The Interior Journal says If the Legislature makes an appropriation to represent Kentucky at the St Iouia Louisiana Purchase Exposition as it doubtless will Mr Sidney V Rowland of Danville would make an ideal com missioner and we suggest lila name as one of the numuor Having had 20 odd years ospeiienco in mining he is perfectly familiar with time mineral resources of the State in addition to be lag well posted on all of its material in terests He is a first data Kentucky gentleman of the old school and his long adherence to the Democratic par ty certairfly entitles him to this recog nition If appointed we feel sure that ho will fill the position as creditably as his distinguisued nephew Hon Dav id Rowland Francis did the guberna torial chair of Missouri Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after neti1riceBfiTBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas wil not be allowed to allY person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to tIme cpmpany for water All dclin qucit persons will bo required to pay the present rnttY penally without ex ception JJespectfully RICHMOND WATEU LImIT Co Nov 27 1001 dee 4 tf ITbt people wlio have conscientious scruples against games of chance are usually the oocg who have had bad luck Y c1 c 0 o j PERSONAL MrsJ C Miller was in Lexington yesterday Miss Kit Ohenault is visiting friends in the city 1IaorDaveR Tovis was in Cincin nati last week Miss Carlisle Chenault was visiting in Lexington last week Mr E Tutt Burnam was in Frank fort several days last week Dr and Mrs J M Poyntz visited relatives in Mt Sterling last week Ur William Hillof Chattanooga was tIme guest of friends here this week Mrs H IL Colyer left Thursday for a visit to relatives in Platte City Mis- sOuri Miss Helen Terrill has returned from a visit to relatives in Nicholas villa Mr C M Shearer who hiss been ill of pneumonia for a week is slowly im proving Dr Eugene F Hume left Sunday for Ashvillo KO where he will spend several weeks Mr J Rockwell Smith of Centre College was the guest oi friends in the city this week Mrs Ben Banks has returned from a visit of several weeks in Lebanon and Cainpbolliiville Miss Leilia Harris was in Winches ter last week the guest of Mr and Mrs J B Harris Mr J T Ferrell was callod home to Hardstown Monday on account of his fathers illness Miss Mollie Hendren was in Lexing ton lust week the guest of Misses Ollin and KuluJacksnn Mrs Laura Estill Francis of flour bon county was the guest of friends iu the city last week Mrs J speed Smith anA Miss Maria Willie Smith have returned from a visit to relatisin Louisville Miss Mary Shackelford is at home from a visit of several months to rela tives in Green ville Miss Miss Florence Winn and Miss Elizabeth Robinson of Winchester are the guests of i Miss Sue Hume Mr and Mrs John Turley were the guests of Judge and Mrs Peudleton in Winchester last week Mr James C Stone of Louisville visited his crandfather Maj John D Harris several days last week Miss Emma Hendren of Speedwell is visiting her brother Mr Charles Hendren in the city this Week Miss Kirdie Gaines and her guest Mrs Wairford Eminence visited Mrs W E Muncey in Winchester last weekAttorney W II Culton has returned from Frankfort where he has been for two weeks on account of the Howard trial Mr anti Mrs A D Miller and daugh ter Elizabeth have returned from a ten days visit to relatives in Indian apolisMrs James B McCreary has as her guests this week Mrs John Huguely Mrs William Cromwell and Miss Mary Vincent Hujjuoly of Danville Prof F A Groseclose formerly a member or the faculty of the Lexington flimsiness College is at Charlotts ville Ara where he is taking a law course at the University of Virginia Lexington Democrat Time Misses Young entertained yesterday at luncheon at En Lee House In honor of theirguests Miss Syming ton of Versailles Mrs W C Lawill and Mrs Charles Crooks Covers were laid for twelve Danville Advocate Miss Mattie Gillen of Richmon is the guest of her sister Mrs O P- IecuMr and Mrs Earnest Lane of Richmond and Mrs Margaret Lane of Mt Sterling were the guests of Mrs KM Adamson Tuesday Winches ter Democrat The venerable and able Senator from Madison county Maj Curtis F Bur nam who has been quite sick for some weeks has so far recovered as to be able to take his seat in the Senate which he did on TnesdHj Mr lint nom is a gentleman who commands the respect of every one by his gentle manners and stern integrity of char acter Frankfort Roundabout Mr and Mrs Walter Harden Uogg invite you to baprescnt at the marriage of their niece Lade Mentor McGuffln to Mr John Robert Gibson on the mormiingof Wednesday the fifth day of February nineteen hundred and two Rlvenriew near Point Pleasant West Virginia At home after March the first Richmond Kcntucky Ellendale The above invitation engraved by E A Wright A Co Philadelphia has been sent out and although it will not be time first news of time approaching nuptials of the well known groom to be many will lucre Harn for time first time of his final decision to become 3 benedict The wedding will be a very handsome affair the attendants coin jag from several States Miss Madge Hart of this city being one of the brides maids and Mayor McConnell of Talladega Ala best man Mrs Ma ry Bates Miller and Mr Clarence E Woods of this city will also attend The brideelect has twice visited Rich mond and will receive a ciacious wel come when she takes up her residence- in our city RELI010US Dr It E Douglas preached his farewell turraon nt Kicholavillo last Sun day lie goes to Macon Georgia thia week where he has accepted a call- We live in days of societies corporations ant associations and in the mul tipliclty of such organizations time power and responsibility of the indi vidual are largely overlooked And when any good work needs to bo done insteadofgoing and doing it people organize n society with a constitution bylaws and a formidable board of di rectors and then appoint oue or two men to conduct the business and ac complish time work sometimes with the best results sometimes with the worst aud sometimes with no results at oil It is not good for men to loose sight of tieir individual responsibility When the Master comes to reward Ilis servants He will reckon with them one by one They will not come up in boards with a secretary to report for them nor in societles with aj company of trustees or directors to makea statement on their behalf but every man hall give account of lump self to God The man who supposed lila duty perfonreJ when he had joined aeocfety and contributed to Us funds may find nt time end that bia work still remftius Undone and that the contribu Ions lie lias mail e vihI hot ho inadeln If c lieu ef personal service in tn IJasters vineyard Parish Visitor Tho four phases of Christianity in the church in business in society and in politics were discussed at the Y M C A meeting Sunday afternoon Thespeakers were Messrs J R Bush Elmer Deatherage James J Nettle and C E Woods each speaker taking and branch of the subject Tho at tendance was very good and the meet ing was exceedingly interesting One noticable leature of these meetings for tho Inst two weeks has been time large number of young boys in attendance MATRIMONIALCoNEiiklczxMr ol WInston7nd Miss Bettio Cain of Waco were married last Tuesday JRIOGSWEAVEU D C Grigg and Misfjanme H Weaver were married mnis city Wednesday January 22 CiiKisTQvnERHAM Mr John Chris topher and Miss Farm J lIam of this city were married by Squiro D P Ar niefTuesday morning GENTnvKiNDHED Charles Gentry of Locust Branch and Miss Effie Kin dred qf Cornbs were married at the bridesliome yesterday tJ tJoiixsoK PSRTwooD Frank Johnson and M5ss3Xora Lee Portwood both of Valley View were married at the brides Iioino last rimursda- yHsuimuLrRonxxrrsoN1lmo J engage ment announced of Miss tella Hull Koberteon of Cynthiana and Mr Danfyi P Hemphill of Nicholasville Miss Robertson is a sister of Mrs E C Boggs formerly of this city and is very popular here where she has often visit ed Mr Hemphill is a well known druggist of Xicliolasvillo niuLJs one of time leading young business men of the town ViLSoxScoTTThe homo of Mr and Mrs Walter Scott at Wiseman town was the scene of a beautiful wed ding laet Thursday evening Tin contracting parties Miss Edia Scott daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Scott and granddatmhter of Mr MPScott and Mr Buford Wilson of Wajersville- son of Mr William Wilson The ceremony was performed by Rev Mr Moores of the Methodist church Time accomplishedI know her She is well known through out her county as a school teacher of ability Mr Wilson is one of Estills best citizens and belgngs to one of the host families in the Sta- teBIRTHS AitNoLDTO the wife of Mr William Arnold Sunday morning 10pound boy ADAMS To Mr awl Mrs Robert E Adams of Louisville Saturday a boyCowLTo the wife of our popular County Clerk Jesse Cobb yesterday morning a lOJponnd daugh- terDEATHS FtsrMrs Lizzie White Fant are 43 formerly of this city and youngest child of the late R X White died Sun day at Newberry S C whore she was buried yesterday Deceased leaves a husband and one son C White Fant age 17 Mrs Fant was an aunt of Mr K W Miller this city and a cousin of the Russells and Letchers WALKER Mrs Pauline C Walker of Whites Station Tied last Tuesday of paralysis Mrs Walker was about seventyfive years of age and was the widow of the late Stephen Walker a prominent farmer of this county She leaves a large family of children all of whom are useful citizens Time burial took place in the family burying gronnd near Whites Station Ftr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf Secretary Chosen It is announced that Polk Laffoon Jr of Madisonville will be Senator McCreary private Secretary Time place pays 1500 a year Mr Lalfoon is the son of ExCongiessman Polk Laf foon of Hopkins county lIe now holds a position in the Auditors office I Mardi Gras The L A It R will sell tickets to Now Orleans La and Mobile Ala February 4th to 10th inclusive with final limit February 15th nt one fare for round trip account Mardi Gras C1I Browning 29Jan2t General Manager Sure Brother The Winchester Diiinocrat comment ing on the new Senatorial district of Madison and Clark says If we are to be hitched on with Madison we hope our neighbor across the river will keep up her gait of last tall in the matter of Democratic majorI- ties Hung Jury The jury in tho case of William Ar nold against time L A raIlroad was out two days and finally reported Sat urday that no verdict had ben reached The suit was brought for damage done some grass land and fences by fire which was supposed to have originated from sparks from a locomotive Osteopathy in Richmond I OnFebruary3rd Drs H F Collier and Laura L Grainger will open an office in Richmond for time practice of Osteopathy They are bath regular graduates of the Southern School of Osteopathy and have halt successful experience in the treatment of many diseases Mrs Grainger will make a specialty of diseases of women for vrhich Osteopathic method have come to be regarded as almost specific All curable diseases are treated success fully Haxhatl Farm Mr YC Gormley has purchased the old Harry Wilkes Park antiwill begin at once to make improvement on the place The farm Is located about four miles from town on the trvine pike Time track is one of the best in the State having been put in excellent shape last summer Time stables which wcre burned about three yJarsago will be rebuilt and the place till be con vertedtfnto a niiBtcIassstoikfarm The name will be changed b Haxhall Farm A Cure For Lunibao WC siliamnaoim of tmtti ret Va says For more than i year I suf ferod from lumbago I inatlv tried Chamberlains Pain Balmjand it gave me entire relief which al other rem edies had failed to do KJjId by Stock ton tit Haan tThe Swift8ilver mine has been discovered agaiim It is now qcetld two mites from Campion tin jthe farm of Mrs Lena Williams anti o ore which lMwb e analyzed fs saMtto b pare 7f u 1 Ladies9 3 f Shirt Waists So generously did the ladies patronize our Shirt Waist Sale last spring that we haw undertaken one ofstill greater magnitude this season Our lines of samples shown in connection with our Mens Custom Shirt department embrace more than three hundred distinct patterns llPMflflPftnumao dependablefabrics Manybeautifuland get first choice Prices 20 30 and 40 cents a yard and some extra fine imported weaves at 50c lII- COVINCTON BANKS TravelingBags Thinks Wheat is Sale H F Hillenmeyer the well known nurseryman of Lexington says of time wheat crop prospects This promises to be the bannci year in wheat Press reports say that wheat is killed hut such is not the case in this region The leaves that are just coming out of the ground are seared by the frostjjnt are uninjured Time plant has not gtown any for the past month on account of a lack of rain the frost and the wind A close examination of the plant shows that it is not injured A general sur vey of the wheat field however would indicate that the plant is dead The same conditions pi evailed last year and the wheat was not injured I dont think it will likely be injured from now forward If it should turn very cold snows will likely protect it and on the whole I think the wheat prospect of Fayette county tkisyear brighter than usual II you were scared easily you might suppose that the pain in time lower part of your back meant kidney trouble But being a person of sense you know it is only muscular stillness from cold and that prompt treatment with Perry Davis Painkiller will provent it from growing in lumbago Act accordingly and you will be glad you saw this There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Vain young ladies and confirmed to pers are never satisfied with a moder ate use of the glass This Climate Is Good enough for anybody with weak lungs The patient need not travel lIe can get well here with the help of Allens Lung Balsam taken frequently when couching and shortness of breath after user iso serve notice upon him that serious pulmonary trouble is not far away Allens Lung Balsam is free from any form oi opium It takes a geniusto induce other people to furnish money to carry out his ideas shakes Weak Women Strong- I have taken your REMICIvS PEPSIN BLOOD TONIC I know it IsI best Tonic ever made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enougiiMrs O D Pickering Olney III For sale by B L Middleton 5iunely JThe fellows who say it costs no more for two to live than for one evidently never had twins Dont Live Together Constipation and health never Rt together De Witts Little Early Rue erspromote easy action of the bowels with distress I have been troubled with costiveness nine years says J 0 Greene Depauw Ind I have tried many remedies but Little Early Risers give best lesults PKTIRY THOMAS Conscience is a good deal like an alarm clock We get sn used to it that wo dont mind The Spirit ol Winter The Spirit of Winter is with us mak lug its presence known in many differ ent ways sometimes by cheery sun shine and glistening snows and sometimes by driving winds and blinding storms To many people it seems 10 take a delight in making bail timings worse for rheumatism twists harder twinges sharper catarrh becomes more annoying and the many symp toms of scrofula are developed and ag gravated There is not much poetry in this but there is tnlh and it is a wonder that more people dont get rid of these ailments The medicine that cures them Hoods Sarsaparillais- easily obtained and is abundant that its cures mire radical and permanent1rnThe fellow who doesnt hit the mark every time isnt a failure by a long shot Cleanliness is next to godliness Dirt antI depravity go hand in hand Thfs is justas true of the inside of the body as tba outside Constipation clogs the body and clouds tho mind Con stipation means thht corruption isbreed ing in time body poisoning the blood with its foul emanations befogging the brain with its tainted exhalations Constipation is the beginning of more diseases than perhaps any other single disorder The consequences of con paulInfullness after eating coldness of time extremities nervousness indecision nsaitude dizziness sallowness flatulence and a score of other ailments are directly caused by constipation Cure constipation and yOU cure its conse quences The quickest cure of this evil is obtained by time u ef Dr Purees Pleasant Pellets They are size but wonderful in result They cure permanently They contain no ingredients The use of them does not he et the pill habit Ask your druggist for thelJrISend 21 onecent of mallingonlyand receive Dr Piercss Common Sense Medical Adv 8er1n Pa per covers TIlls work contains 1008 pages and OOcjllustrations For 31 stamps it can be had in substantial cloth binding Address Pr R V Pterco Buffalo NY ii 7 001 I YoungMarried Th who has not taken out Life laser i ance Is mating one of the first and bworst mistakes of his life Time economy he cnn practice la to spareinto Tn Mutual tif Insur nc om any as an Investment to provide for protectioncase death comes early Call or write A postal with your name and address will enable us to call and explain LETS TALK IT OVER J H Kennedy District Agent J C BECK JrISPECIAl AOENT KComp3n7y T f i 1irDaily Cne Year 312 Cples HV MAIL at n l3tel ziJiie 1 LESS THAN tmi = IC eiFThe Blszest brightest and Beit Paper In the South from lOto jht16 paces daily 20 and 24 pages on Saturday SOMETHING FREE A Copy of the Worlds Almanac ftand tncycJopedla 1902 edition lt of over 600 pages FREE to all sending In their subscription forlione Year before April 1902 RATES BY nAIL ONLY 3 6 flonths U 3 Honths 125 One Month SOc oAf 1PWe will be glad to send sample copies on application l THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY F V HENRY BROS FAIRFIELD IOWA Announce to their Trade they are offering their Black Diamond Seed Oats 100 Ibs f3 or 500 lbs 13 Iowas Premium White Oats 100 Ibs S275 or503lbsi2 Yellow Dent Seed CornloOper bu or C bu 7 JX Choice White Corn S150 per bu or 6 bu for 7GO Sacks Free Cash With Order Write for prices of uChoice Clover Timothy and Millet Seed 7f This signature Is on every box of tim genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that cnres n cold In one da7I There can bo no perfect love perfect sympathy TO CTOE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money If it fails to cure E W Groves signature ia on each box 25 cents People may take their meals qut and still take them in Dr Whitos Electric ComTjs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OKRA C HART State Agent 27feblyr Timers SEem to be few fixed stars in the theatrical firmament Stops too Cough and Works o2 the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents A busy little boa will sometimes dl tort the greatest mind Tetter Satllheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting tad allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases havo been permanently cured by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles and nIppleschnppedand chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Br Cadjs CoatklM Fcwfers are just a horse seeds when ia bad condition Tonic Ijteecl purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the beaM use to put a korsa is prime cowWHoH riM 96 oete pet package r IA= Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Doyle Doty deceased will present the same to the undersigned properly verified on or before February 15 1902 or the same will be barred J STONE WALKER A K DOTY Jan II 1902 Administrators 15jan5w Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of D B Miller decd win presentthe same to the undersigned properljfrerified onor before March t 1902 or same will be barred- E L HADEX 29Jan5w Administrator Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and andmore modern business hoUse to take the place of tho one recently destroyed by fire and are now to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides f Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun JJislledCASH We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a pmdues that we to load in this business in iladfs- onrGOTT BROS NearX fcN Depot 29janly JUUlIMQXn KY 0 a a t I ii v 1r r IPr1 Lciide Altaic Bailroii DAILY EX SUNDAY VTRAINSLBAVE KJClfMONr For Shel Mam 1ivwfle IoutiviI1e Lexiugtou t 2304 IndZ3IItI pm- r For Irvine 11613 m For UillersCreelc 3pu2 THYIN3 AttRIVH BICUMOND From Louisville Lexington and L1ILa4n iHpFromFroai Millers Creek SsJfa B WNINrj On Mr L Go to D P ARMERS for the largest stock and lowest prices in Jewcfrv Line oeinir Q i LIVES ARE SAVED nv SING i4CT n Tr g S r iW EISCOVg f nji1iijn Coughs and Coids pv All Othor Throat An- drEedie5 Combined T oncierfui medicine positively r Corsurription Coughs Cold HayfWhoopingCnSsico cOo I 1 Trial 3ottlo Fies OKLAHOMA Indian Arkansas Territory Tcxss BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central + By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Rod My Leaving louis lIte at noD t as cjfab pt Only Line Running Free Reclining ts out of Louisville For 6che lnles andrslt write to R H FVWiSn Ton Paw Act I C R R LSIIII Xy BEST because it nkIn41-r dOorIooI- zE IM ru IiI the vort ktflt of n Cdtg2uDfl i3urekaHacness Oi1n- tnntr rlakfLheb3rUtI and IHrIe ttr bul iiiikt theI klbeT ul1 nnt pItabI iIt In con 4nnto PI lung tfit It ortIiarI voukL fa iflIOiLCO GiveiI1 Your flOFSC a Chance 1 iAi COAL S COAL We have just opened a NgJ COAL YARD on Aspei Avenue and are prepared to furnish tile best Coal at the price We handle the Beatty yule Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt service full weight Give us a call lh UVme o l Ol Phone JACK PHEEMAN Mgr oct612w THE KNOBLE1V- YATER fitTER POSITIVELY GERM PROOF t1 A new PRACTICAL and ITK LiiFECTPLTtforr home and corn fzt mercial use Ve ourIpacty5IntiaISlion II Iesind we will put up a Hnit in your home or office fir weeks trial to show you its unfitsSttut for rtmftttt r ifafilM THE KNOBLE FILTER CO JU UIlO1It 06 CHICAGO ILLS I Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers t Yards have been enlarged MIX rearranged It U the nearest paint to tbe Utetttfn market ikrt rn1iinglhiIadelphiaGood buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kiuds of atne- kcosgnnwuts for CumiiiiMiian firms given prompt Attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr ISJ cl v II 5ii Ic g i + Q IJ t j f 1fifi uthQn r tulnvont oiJ 1o LEXINGTON KV f MThe Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance CompaniesL paysJlJ 4 to the estate of the dead mi f jreaterfr1 Insurance Company i The Injownt Inil In LIving Ttenefitn 562000 t Amoant PUoad in Reverie and Sarplui 365000 Anya an liivtment yielding large returns during life thisOeaipany oilers special advantages t I1 7 SMITH BQWTimN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY- MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 0s ItC E SMITE Ires FEo BAIRD sec and TrensJ 1 U WARE Geueral Manager J lii ZTho Jffion Gurnty 3uiay C O l Incorporatedtr0 L Offers you the lOnI1will 1The make you the J i Most Money lowest celebrated W ItIS BEST because If there is no high ratio 3 for J business on our BooksAt1 4 JtIJC son than in any other Company + + i Id The Jefferon ti WEW aaa under Its we My Contract cac sell you virtuallyGround Floor11upcu every 18th week itAtrislKlIlurfive the wisdom or an Inrextraent In The Jeflerson Itfb HOMBOF ICB e No 22Upper St LEXINGTON KY I rI c e i HOWARD ON THE STAND Testified In His Own Behalf and Was First Witness For Defense Frankfort Ky Jan liJlm How ard took the stand in his own defense Thursday aftornopn being the firstre witness called on that side In the forenoon Judge Thos R Gordon madere the opening statement for the defend ant He paid a high tribute to the personal and political character ofiWilliam Goebel and was severe in hisui arraignment of exGov Taylor and Caleb Powers He contended hat the defendant however was InnocentcHowards defense in the present asoin the former trial Is an alibi He swore that he was in the Board of shollHeWages He said ho went to the state house the first time that afternoon He says he was clean shaven and de nied that he exhibited any cartridges to W H Culton Howards lawyers produced a photograph of Howard which showed the prisoner to be smooth shaven lie said it was taken in November 1899 Frankfort Ky Jan ISThe cross examination of the defendant in cho Jim Howard trial was completed at noon Friday and the defense introduc ed a number of witnesses to impeach the testimony of James Stubblefield the leading witness for the prosecu tion Sccral of them were Howards neighbors and they swore he was clean shaven and did not wear a mus tarho when he left Clay county to come to Frankfort They also swore that Stubblefield was a man of bad character and that his reputation for truth and veracity was not good Among those who so testified were Judge W L Drown of London J M Boreing son of Congressman Vincent forcing of the Eleventh district S A Lovelace L C Walker Jeff Ma ion and J D Fleming The sheriff of Clay county Friday afternoon arrived bringing with him five witnesses who had been summoned but did not come and attachmenta were issued for them Wesley Whit aker the witness for the prosecution who skipped out has not been found J M Boreing one of the witnesses who testified Friday said that after the killing of Goebel he saw Wharton Golden at London and that the latter told him he believed a detective had killed Goebel- Frankfort Ky Jan 21Tl attor neys for James Howard Monday nightSgave out a signed statement in they lay all responsibility for the newspaper reports sent out Sunday night predicting sensational develop ments in the trial Monday and also denying that the rumored disagree ment between the lawyers for the defense has any foundation in fact This part referred to a story that Mr Violet of the defense had refused to let certain points In Howards defense be brought out because it would injure W S Taylor for whom he islCentucky counsel The statement given out Monday night says there has been no disagreement between the attorneys and that they have no witnesses who they have refused to put on the stand for this or other reasons The state ment throws on all of the correspond ents hero the blame for publication of tho story The story sent out by thp correspondents Sunday night was based on statements made by one of the attorneys and the matter Is said to have resulted in a conference of the law yers on that side Monday night at which the attorneys in question dump ed the whole business on the reporters Frankfort Ky Jan 22When Jim Howards case wascontinued Tuesday morning Misses Mattie and Lillie Jones testified that Howard was at their parents home In Frankfort on January He was then cleanly shav enII L McClure of Lexington swore that Wharton Golrfcn told him Yout soy could not get money for testifying for he had fixed that Capt Uclli Walcott testified that W H Culton told him that he had a con tract with the commonwealth to get immunity antI that ho would receive money for his testimony- Dr Phillips of Clay county when crossexamined by the commonwealth said that Jim Howard told him that his train was late and he did not react Frankfort until after the shooting of GoebelThe defense will conclude its direct testimony in tho Howard caso early Wednesday One of tho attorneys Tuesday night said that only one or two witnesses now remain to be ex amined The commonwealth has held in reserve a number of witnesses who are to be called in rebuttal and attor neys on that side intimate that they have some strong evidence to be brought out at this stage of the trial It is the belief that a verdict will ba reached Friday or Saturday Struck Oil Owensboro Ky Jan 21The Isola Island Gas Co at Bereh Grove Mc Lean county has struck a flow of oil In the yard of Jesse Hyatt In the heart of the town at a depth of 12C feet that is yielding four barrels an hour Elected President Eminence Ky Jan 21 Represen tative Ecm W Booker was Monday afternoon elected president of the FaJ ers and Drovers bank to suc ceed the late No W Gould H A Brewer was elected cashier Used in the Lost Cause Louisville Ky Jan 21Twenty three locomotives of war time type used by the confederate government but which had been lying ever since the war in the pine woods near Alex andria Va have been brought here to bo dismantled I r J bcrgmspiuy r does not see it she 4 Iislooking the TOug I J romegnmny sea of disease fevlio is doin the same thing t looking the 9 wrong wayi c jZ r snatching medicinal t I strawswhcnthe life buoy Dr r s Favorite tion ii within her react i Many a woman has testi Ifled I know I should not be today but for Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription This famous medicine regularity dries weakening drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness Weak and sick women especially those suffering from diseases of long standing are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and acredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I take pleasure la vritinjf to let OU know VarorilprecrIjjttonHart Co Ky I PrescrIptlonThink I would have len in my grave had tt itfournotsleep Uthetoot your medicine Favorite prescription makes weak women tron rouieii well Attrpt no subsUtttfii for t4 rncOieinc ii works wonilers for pak women Dr Pierces Pleasint Pellets cure diz ziness and sick beadicift t NAVY CONTROLS A VILLAGE XVorrenton Pin nnEzarnpie of aft Unadulterated SoclalUm and It Ia Thriving Warrenton Fla is an example of an unadulterated socialism under the di c auspices of theUnlted States gov jrnment The avyilaepartjnent will port shortly f1he proposition made be Senator Mallory of Florida tor the establishmenfgand mainten itolareservation of two public schools oneffor white and the other for coloreds hildreu of the tovvn which has grown p there and whlcKicalled Warren ton There is no similar village to War renton in this country It is the natural and steady growth into a village 3 f 1500 people of the few homes whichiw ere built there by permission oftheggovernment by the employes i naacola yard when the yard was a flourishing establishment just after the civil war The houses have in creased churches have been erected stores have been started and tilt j1willingnessto allow these people to occupy the reserva t ioncThe commandant of the yard has exercised his authority over the vil lage as he does over the navy yard and has governed and policed if as thoroughly while the bureau of yardsaind docks has been called upon nish the means of lighting the places by electricity and to exercise sarifitary precautions which ire necessary in a village of that sortcThe inhabitants of Warrenton pay no taxes to the government and do not enjoy the right of suffrage but they have been cared for to an extent which is not enjoyed by any other citizens of the country who have nodclaim upon the government Only a few of the inhabitants of Warrenton are employed at the navy yard Senator Mallory has conceived the idea that the nnvy department should go further and tale care of the rlwnj generation of both races and with that end in view he proposes that the government shall establish and oper ate hearing all the expenses of the system two schools for the children of Warrcnton Secretary Long will Ieport to congress his opinion of the plain CURIOS FROM PHILIPPINES niltlisonjnn IiiHtltnte Enriched by n Flue Collection Gathered by Former Soldier Au enlisted man who served in the volunteers in the Philippines has enriched the Smithsonian Institution by selling to the government at a nominal figure a valuable collection of relics from the archipelago Prof O T Mason the authority on ethnological subjects has charge of the collection which came from J M Harkins an enlisted man of volun teers who seems to have had the lIarIrare Malay work ornaments worn in ceremonies the curious waist belts of the native hunters odd necklaces a tine array of Malay weapons 16 dif ferent kinds of coins each of rare species an assortment of hats all of n description which betokens a keen appreciation of the rare on the part of the collector who by the Way is unknown except by name and through his correspondence with the officials of the Smithsonian InstitU tionAnother collection which ha ex cited the admiration of Prof Mason Is that of Capt Thomas W Darrah of the subsistence department now in St Paul who has a collection of tropical hats of all sorts and vari eties These are the principal sources from which have been received inter esting and important Philippine relics which contribute to the studies of such scientists as Prof Mason The latter recently addressed a let ter to army and navy officers who were stationed in the Philippines asking that they contribute to the Smithsonian any of the rare and cu rious things which they were likely to encounter Historic Plat IB Sold A plat of land in Fourteenth street New York city adjoining on the east the site on which stands the Four teenth street Presbyterian church has just been sold by J Edgar Leay craft Co for Kutherford Stuyvesant to Mandelbaum Lewine This plat was owned in 1648 by leter Stuyvesant who about that time was governor in chief of Amsterdam in New Nether lands now called New York and for- man years it was part of his famous Great Bomverie farm The property has been in the possession of his descendants ever since he bequeathed it to them until the recent sale when itpassed out of the possession of the Stuyvesant family Near the site Gov Stuyvesant planted a pear tree which he brought from Holland in 1G47 The tree was cut down in 1S67 Why He Kept the TIger Skin On being ushered into the home of Dr Parkhurst the other day a visitor noted that a mammoth tiger rug was spreadacross the floor of the recep tionroom In his surprise he re marked I should think doctor that you of all men would be the last to keep the emblem of Tammany Halls prominently displayed in your home Dr Parkhurst smiled and replied I keep the tiger here to constantly re mind me that my enemy is always near Then again 1 keep the tiger here to walk allover occasionally The Limit Obviously there can be no limit to the height of a skyscraper says the Chicago Tribune excepUheskj New Century Comfort Millions flit daily a world of comfort in Uuckleu Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best Pile cure on earth Onh 25c at Perry it Thomas drug store The woman who rides on a pas ought to be passing fair Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extreme ly painful and if neglected often re suit in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps ba cause not so careful As u remedy Ue unequalledsoon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured my baby of eczema after two physicians gave her up writes James Moek N Webster Ind The sores were so bad she soiled two to five dresses a dan PEltRY THOMAS Old bachelors wear cotMru gloves be cause they dont like kids Child Worth Millions My child is worth millions to me says Mrs Mary Bird of Harrisburg bycroupOne Minute Cough Cure1I One Min coughscroupAn absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediatelv The youngest child ThelittleEverylanMinute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may hneededsuddenly Penny THOMAS o 1uR i GENERAL ASSEMBLY Doings of the Kentucky Legislature at Frankfort Frankfort Jan 18SenateDllis introduced Amending tho law gov erning the selection of Jurors by pro Iding thai If the grand or petit jurors first drawn from the wheel are exhausted before a jury is completed more names must be drawn from the wheel and forthwith summoned pro vided the judge may In his discretion there be no more than three Jurors cking direct the sheriff to summon rom the bystanders regulating the ale of kerosene or coal oil and to prevent a monopoly In the salo thereof amending the game law by re quiring nonresident of the state to pay a license of to hunt in this state It Is intended to apply especially to all the Ohio river counties House Bills Introduced Author sheriffs to summon posses to uard property threatened by mobs or raiders amending act providing for the creation and regulation of pri vate corporations provldlns for uni form telephone rates In the state re quiring nonrrsdents to pay a license fee of 523 for the privilege of hunting nd shooting game birds and animals n the state Increasing the fine for running or galloping a horseS upon a ubiie highway from 10 to 25 in- reasing toe salaries of railroad tom mlssioners from 2000 to S3000 and providing a salary of 1500 for tha secretary of the commission creating a state board of law examiners an- roviding for a uniform standard uf- dmission to the bar Franlifort Jan 20SenateTh Saturday took up the Weather ord houso resolution commending Adm Sclilcy and condemning the Ma lay and the majority verdict of tho court of Inquiry The vote on the resolution disclosed only 19 snators present which was not a quorum and the senate adjourned till 12 oclock Monday Honse The house was called to or er and adjourned without transact ing any business Frankfort Jan 21SenateTn following bfTTs ware Introduced Monday To amend the law regulating pri rate corporations by providing the manner they may consolidate also authorizes a railroad to consolidate with a bridge company within crfain restrictions to amend the revenna law by giving the various counties the right to sue for taxes in the name of the county to prevent live stock from running at large on public highways to authorize appeals to the court of appeals in cases involving less than 200 where the construction of valid Ity of a statute Is Involved to regn late admissions to the bar and the practice of law by providing for a state board of examiners who will meet twice a year In Louisville to examine applicants for license amendI ing the corporation laws as to Insu rance companies by enlarging tbe kinds of honds and stocks that domestic insurance companies may invest their accumulations in House The senate resolution urg ing congress to pass a law to prevent revenue collectors from granting soy ernment liquor license in local option districts was adopted the Robinson resolution relating to the erection ct a monument on the Tippecanoo bat lie field was adopted as was also the rose lutlon of thanks to Mrs lowell of Newport News Va for kindness to Kentucky soldiers Mr Bartons reso l tlon urging congress to fm prove lirklng river was advanced and referred to the commit tee on Internal Improvements and tho same step was taken with the resolu tion relative to Clarks river the Van meter rcfolution to investigate tho Elate prisons was referred to the corn mittce on state prisons Frankfort Jan 22SenateBllls AppropriatingI system under the supervision of thred commissioners who will appoint the warden and as many deputies as nee essary making it a felony for fur nishing answers to questions on ex aminations for teachers certificates to Increase the power of county fiscal clerks by authorizing them to provide a hospital to care for the sIck poor adding fifth and sixth class towns to the list so that registration may be had In those towns amending tho law governing the state raform so that officers taking inmates to said houses may be paid their expenses HouseNew bills Amending the code of practice as to bail in criminal cases changing Rardwcll from tho fifth to the sixth class providing for prison improvements regulating ap peals to the court of appeals abolish ing the office of assessor and provld byjusticesMcKane tobacco law making it n fel ony to unlawfully dispose of tile per sonal property of another dividing the state Into 100 representative districts Wedded His Nurse Campton Ky Tan 20Arldll Collins some time ago tried to commit suicide because Miss Pelfry to whom he was engaged changed her mimi and refused to marry him Saturday he married Miss Rachel Drake who nursed him after his attempt on his life Shot From Ambush Pinevllle Ky Jan 22lt Is report ed on Phillips Fork of Leslie county that Sam Caldwell was shot from sin bush and mortally wounded Caldwell was concerned in the Helton feud In which Carlo Helton was snot from am bush He Attempted Suicide Paris Ky Jan 22John Coughlin a wellKnown saloonist attempted suicide Tuesday morning by shootlnghlm self In the left side The wound is serious Coughlin had been dissipat lag Anti roC Ordinance Louisville Ky Jan 22An anti smoke ordinance was defeated In tho conniil The council cdopteJ an amendment to tho charter enabling the city to accept Andrei Cameras offer of feoCOO to C3tabisi a free li brary 1o g4rrDoc at c iIiC 0a- y 00c 4c a 1111I am agent for the Page Wire Fence yjt And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tlues Also pure bred Dorock Jersey Hogs for sale J TcorK- Irkavlile Ky Does a standing army over octkipy the seat of ni2 Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Ur e at once tho remedy that stopped it for Mrs K A Webster of Vimre Va she writesDr KiiiKuNew Life Pills wholly cured me of sick head chf I Cureheadache25c at Perry Tliomab drug utpre Uftii1in I 1 i I SURGICAL OPERATIONS- Many of Them Unnecessary Mrs Pinkhams Advice and Medicine Have Saved Many Women From the Surgeons Knife Hospitals in our great cities are sad places to visit Threefourths of tho patients lying on those snowwhite beds ara women and girls Why should this be tho case Because they havo neglected themselves Every one of these patients in the hospital beds had plenty of warning in that bearingdown feeling pain at the left or right of the womb nervous exhtustio1 pain in tho small of the back All these things are indications of an unhealthy condition of the ovaries or womb What a terrifying thought these poor souls are lying there on thoso hospital beds awaiting a fearful operation Do not drag along at homo or in your place of employment until you ara obliged to goto the hospital and submit to an examination and possible operation Build up the female system cure the derangements which have signified themselves by danger signals and remember that Lydia E Plnldmms Vegetable Compounl has saved thousands of women from the hospital Read the letter here published with the full consent of the writer and see how she escaped tho knife by a faithful reliance on Mrs Pinkhams advice and treatment by her medicines If in doUbt write to Mrs Plnkliam at Lynn Mass for fro advice her experience covers twenty years I a r Here is Proof Undeniable Proof That Many Operations May Be Avoided- II DEAn Mns PnnnrAii As I am a great sufferer of female trouble I thought I would write to you to see if you thought there was any positive help for me I am very sore through my bowels especially over womb and on the left side low down I will be taken with a dull sore pain and in an hour will be so sore that I cannot move myself and will have to be poulticed and will be unable to walk for two or three weeks I have a bad discharge at times The doctor says I will have to go through an operation and have the left ovary removed If you can help me let me hear from you soon 1900Iyou last fall in to my health death would liars been a welcome visitor to me but I followed your advice and am now welL 1 had tried everything I could hear of went to every doctor far and near spent a great deal of money and received no benefit At the time I wrote you I was saving up money to go to Chicago to have an operation upon the womb and ovaries which the doctor said unless I had I eightbottlesBlood Purifier and used four packages of Sanative and am a well woman I advise every woman suffering as I did to take Lydia E Pinkhams rem- ediesMrrs M O SHIVEIY Upson Wis March 20 1901 S5000 tooolwhleh Ii WHY NOT iijY1HE BiiSTl CARRIAGE Glen Rock 23 sept6m c = == KadelDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatThis preparation contains all of the ofIfails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want Tbe most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after every thing else failed la unequalled for the stomach Child ItFirst0535 83 sSI stomach troubles ChicaOTheFor sale by Perry I Thoias A SUCCESSOR Something Nw Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TAUKtl by tho use of powderc acid psstefoiiuTheirmembranes causing them ti crak tpeii and bleed The powerful usoJ iu the inhalers have eaten away the same iiiombrnnes that their tiiiKers have aimed to emu liile liustes mid ointments cannot reach the practitionera close study and of tIn t tout uient of CATAUHHliasat last 1ct ed a Treatment width when faitl fully used not only relieves at once hut reIiuflam1l1ntillnIttliatiietually reaches the alllicttid parts 111HNUextremely low price of One Dollareach exterIa months treatment ard everything necessary to its perfect USB perlctCAlAlmntOW recognized as tho only safe an j positive cure for that annoying and dis inflnmmntIun YlijVEPoftonleadsFLES will save you if you use it at once It is no ordinary letnedy but a complete treatment which is posiiivolv anyformpackngQonce and write full particulars as to your edmiditici and you will receive Fpeciat advico from the discoverer of this wdYnlerfulremedy recardinjr your case cost to you beyond time rtcular price rf SNUFFLES time GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE theUnitedEDWINand 2332 Market street 1mavlyr follows can make love more ISeme tlijin they can make a liv ing C 0 i i I No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A light carriage made especially for onejhorse We also make athiH lne cf 1 High Grade Vehicles and 7 Harness Send for Catalogue and Price List COSMO CO Pa WORTHY acids Philadelphia nice n THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunk arks are Being Cured Daily in Spite Thcmelvcs Xo Noxious Doses No Keakenin of the Nerves A Pleasant aiM 1osilivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit Jt is now generally known and understood that Drunkenness is a disease and not weakness A body filled with poison and nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of iutoxifat injj liquorsrequires an antidote capable of lIemltrntiZitlg smith eradicating tills poiKon and destroying the craving for intiXKants SuiTeiiiiB inny now cure thunitiolves at home without publicity or loss of time from business Lw this wonderful HOME GOLD CUIIE which has been perfected after many years i Jjloee study and treatment of faithful use according- totlfleciions of this wonderful discov cry is positively guaranteed to cure tIle must obstinate ease no matter how hard u drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkard into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR fitS CUUEIthoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a cup of tea or coflVe without the knowledge of ofImore mall torn perate men by having tho CURE administered by loving friends and rela coffeelor deIprovement out disease at once and for all time Time HOME exlremdy1lowmore effectual than others costing J25 to i50 Full directions accompany eacn package Special advice by skilled physicians when requested ithontix tra charge Sent prepaid to any part of the world on receipt of One Dollar nGILESMarket street Philadelphia confidEDtinl Some people are so lazy that cvn their livers wont work Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one dav Ilens ant to take Price Jtl The Secretary SupremeCportRheumatism Remedy cured me or1n threeIosesLMiddletonsstreet u Notable among the special portraits OltIlooklength photograph of Senor Palma 6e Beptiblie ft1loore l L 1 Piiii r j o ese 001111 tiiI TI Wlt iru Ii t 5 t if rr4 Iti OUR STEEL TOWE1 SrrrsHYGEIA SPRAY 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To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire sonic new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabiuetsSideRoards DiningRoomIron Beds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship 9Ladies Desksbest bargains ever offeredRockersany style you may with Couchesv cry latest designs See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Mailing and Rugs i JO S JOPLIN I 22022Z W Main Street + 4+ 4++ + ++ Undertaking a SpecialtyG ESTOVESEI W tO 3 iIi ECS WEvan Jr and I ii We have on hand a few AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close out at j ForCtCash yourChoiceanything in the IUIIIJHARDW ARB LINE Come in and see us We car ry a fine line of the best thats to be had and you willalways find our Prices the Lowest We also have an experienced gladtowork Give us a call We will give you goodwork and the LOWEST PRICES Respectfully yours r t Ai J m A Itf AT pj ts0 rrn rr1 Z r Arbuckle Simmons Jt 4Pi 1 Jl I