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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rLkfbLL 1 I g1 7 J dtci r1rJc t cft I JT1E34RICIiMON- CLIJMLAX J r IRICHMOND nIIMADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5 1902 NUMBER aoFESSIONAt CARDS 1O i i RI MILLER ATTOR3BYATLAW ttieauoto I BHTCcrr iTL x the Barnam Building next door to 4r lItIOJjs11ln febaIT J az7ArruazvrLAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY j n Ter SiaU B nk Trust Co op tenrt House on Main Streetp j i D 11 OHKHAULT ATTORNEYS tIT LAW I KENTUCKY OHVe on Second street over Chen f nits grocery W R LBTCHER AttorneyatLaw- Ricflin 1CEXTCCK- YtegOffice over Taylor BrO Store JCKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- C0UNSBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ol1k a John Bennetts old Uw office over Perry Tholl1u dructore lEYSCIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON prrtKIAKS AND SORGEONS Hi iiso KENTUCKY iVtinth at tcJias building 18 and ao Sec ret ATniie dU JruKMOre 11 tHAS C HOOKER J ETERTNARY SURGEON tiratliuilf Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Dtcrility a Specialty io ice at my stable on corner First and Water streets Richmond Kyl apr7ly J C JASPER M D Medicine awl Surgery Olite Pmther Uuildini Main Street fef bone at resilIence the Cnrr place oa Broadway iiM xii KENTUCKY EVANS M D PHYSICIAN ASD SURQKON ItMOD KENTUCKY DTL sVRt Tit OaVcuUue tt Soisou oucIwr- OF LOUISVILLE KY eOfflce nut door to Government Building tttchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novlly Harry M Blanton aZ = DENTIST Si Office in Dennett linlldlog Ianly TEL pnONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Ulyndon We lned y February 121802 LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 61 ST LOUIS RY Oj1Ie 5jiIe tU uTrsl DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS nTWFnN ouisville and Sill Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on tight Trains or rates and further Information address L J IRWIN Q P LOUISVILLE KY THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is the TwiceaWeek Courierrjournal The of dallies and the superior of Iuue4Vednedaanand you getit for only 3100 A YEAR The Wednesday Usne is asroted to News the Uatnrday Issue to Houe Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies chenrfilly sent free to ftU who will ask for theta Writ to COURIERJOURNAL LoulsvlUe Ky BY BPECIAL AKBANOK5IENT YOU CAN GET THE RICHMOND CLIMAX AHDTHK- j wiceaf k CutrKrktrtil Both One Year for Only t 150 1 e iOThe largest stock In central Kentucky will be found at BOGAERTSi For repairing SplitSecondand Swiss alsolI Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also mak a specialty of MEDALS lninHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto It HELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY 13Iebly o- Beauties For alleA ftJI Our Floral Decorations arc beau te We possess and practice the necessa 1i KNOW now Jnar w rangiliR kacu order receives our personal at f tention J J BELL The FloristA LEXINGTON KY JhENRY L FfllRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everywhere i e IiTedffle Polish USETDHJ POUS1 Oafxa Pi 1 Will clean SIIer and give il the nne look to iuuhdaart4- wilt Clan Put Class with littlo labor and coolt- ViIIlnl Lonsr thei any other polish M So hull riiun l lu Jo ttm work Will Nol rOII lIen Iht Uosl lenierSlln Will tot Scrjlch Iutuplncooteaieutfonn Cuk lo h iuJoseJ by tno tasit uthsir ltodUoQrdIloos not have ii acne name ana uJJresa tor rrvotauiplo- UPiEEOWIS POLISH CO Chatham Pa I3ljuty6m r lardli firas NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY JJth 1902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vestifauled Limited24Jiour5cheduleTralnsfrom Diners Observation Cars Through Pullmans Printed Matter for the asking Chas Zell Div Pass Akt Clntt O W Dunnavant T P A Cleveland O ILJVanflermarkNEPADetroitMiChw GCNCIUL MANASCI CtHL P55505 CINCINNATI 8 a n 8 Ifa Woman j O wants to put out a fire she doesnt ci I on oIl wood She throws I 8 on waerknowtngthat waterquenchs j fire When 2 woman wants to get pecuhartohertaxI J C 0 should not take worthless drugs and f n potions compoSed of harmful narcot 7J and They do not check JJfo Bradflelds Female t Regulator should Dc ttakcn by every woman ii or girl who has slightest suspicion thelany of the ments which flict women Jj be wasting will simply time J tEuntil they take it I The strengthening it Reenlator is i tonic which gets at the roots of the disease nod cures the cause It does not druG the PaIn It eradicates Itops the womb leniorrhea inflammation it re 11arcantyorpttDfuJ m nstruatiOfll all thls drives away the fcutflred anti one aches and pal5S which drain health and beauty happiness and good temper from many a womans life It lathe one above all others rliiJch evetyWOman should knew about use SlOO per bottle at any drt1i steve Send for our tree UlnstnteJ ool TztrMlfltfJCegJjor i f Gii GENERAL ASSEMBLYI Doings cf the at Frankfort Frankfort Jan 23SenatoBhIlspassed Wednesday To provide that all accounts against counties shall be itemized the same kind ot a bill but providfagquestion of amending the constitution so as to return to the old viva voce system of voting was passed by a votjIngf each county and empow ering the circuit Judgo in his dlscre tlon to order the stenographer to make a carbon copy of transclpts sent to court of appeals at onefifth the cost of the original copy to increase the annual appropriation for the mainte nance of the state guard from 7000 to 28000 Frankfort Jan 24Gov Beckham Thursday morning signed the first measures sent to him by the legisla ture for his approval Among them was the Weatherford Schley resolu tlon Representative J A MorriconIin the house offered a Ing on congress to pension tho South Cumberland battalion In actual service for the union in 18611805 The senate passed Senator Taylors bill doing away with serial numbers in distillers diS1tillersSpeakerloinncommittee to consider tho McDonald confederate home bill H P McDon aid A C Thompkins F B Brown M F North W C Clark J W Alex WorthingtonFrankfort Ky Jan 25Senate Bootsdoubtewith the double liability cause of the statutes as to all corporations except couiianiesAmongto the senate was the Drewery fire FarTistern of votin- gHouseBjlIs adopted To give finalJurisdictionreduce the amount of fine for viola tion of local option laws to 5100 so willhavewomen of cities of the second class Lexington Covlngton and Newport the right to vote in school elections to prohibit the use of any textbooks in the common or graded schools that do not give full credit for the naval SSchllYdem introduced a joint resolution PresidentRoosevelt countrytoFrankfort Jan 27The general assembly met in joint session at noon PaulineHelmstate librarian to succeed herself Miss Brown of London Laurel county was voted for by the republican mi oCtheington arose and made a motion thatas a compliment to Miss Hardin who has made one of the most efficient officers the state has ever had in this of fice her nomination be made by acclamation After the ballot 80 for Miss Hardin to 22 for Miss Brown Senator Nat Howard of the republican side seconded the motion of Gov Worthington and it was adopted unan imously The branches did little busi ness of interest or importance Frankfort Jan 2SSenateTherewas a short session Monday The most Important measure of the day was a senate bill to give the women of Kentucky the right to vote in presiden tial elections Other bills were introduced as follows Act to provide that the union label shall be on all state punting act to provide coguardian ship of father and mother over chil drenHouseThe house convened at noon with several members absent Mr Ixjtterles bill to regulate the practise of barbering and to provide for proper sanitation of barber shons and tools was brought up at the opening of bust ness An amendment to make it effective only In first second and third class cities was adopted The Letter le bill was then placed on its final passage The author of the bill was absent as were many members Tho bill passed by a vote of 43 to 13 Adm Schleys telegram regretting his Inability to visit the legislature was read to the house- Franlefort Jan 29There were short sessions in both houses of the Kentucky legislature Tuesday Bill day In the house brought out a bunch of new bills Among them was a bill by Mr Parker of Laurel rep to repeal the act of 1900 creating the Goe bel reward commission and appropri bringlingto justice Mr Brown Introduced a bill to place the election of the state librarian in the power of the appellate presentIthe devices from ballots was favorably reported by the committee on suffrage anti election Center and Sparks Indicted Campton Ky Jan 2iThe grand Jury of this county has returned an indictment against Leonard Center and Henry Sparks for shooting at Willie Drake a United States inailcarrier while carrying mall from Campton to Torrent Sued Railway For Damages Lexington Ky Jan 29Mra Helen Ranck has sued the L N Railroad Co for 25000 alleging the killing of her husband who was run dotyn while walking on the track of the company laStAugust Fined For Operating Poolroom Covington Ky Jan 2D J En right was fined Tuesday In the police court 10 a day for operating a pool room at Boros rooms Second and Court streets The fine was levied under a former city ordinance which 1 has been revycdW DO YOU WANT To sell vour REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with the particulars as r may heable to help yon Address J M N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12deoly Il isnt always easy to tell bow much you dont love onowoinan till you meet another that you do lore Per Rent A house for rent on Water Street Apply to L P Evans at the Statoliank and Trust Co U If Spain had half tub trouble with Cuba Ibat ra Ire hayinglts a J1yatery why she went to war to keep from get tiuj ri l of it Coughflemedyhave no hesitancy in saying that t is the bestremedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in jny amilv myconfidtncMoore North StallIIieb Fociwlflby Stockton Sc H pw 1fli j l WATCH THE SMALL CHANGE Pennies and Nickels Are Counterfeited More Than Are the Larger Piece Did you ever think how little attention you pay to the possibility of counterfeits in making change asked an old bank teller of a friend relates the Chicago Tribune And did you ever think that most of the attention that is paid to it by the public is so much waste of effort But it Is a fact You never think when the street car conductor puts the change from a quarter In your hand that both dimes may be counter felt You take onedollar twodollar fivedollar and tendollar bills from anybody in change without ever a thought as to their genuineness But if a stranger tries to pass a 20 bill on you you begin to get shaky while a 50 or 100 bill is almost impossible to be rid of in a street of small shops Yet you could hardly hire a counter feiter to try to make and pass bills stranIbusiness andask change for a 50 bill it would scare you stiff for fear of a counterfeit whereas the chances would be O994 in 1000 that the bill was good You noticed the other day on the other hand that the United States goT ernment was much concerned over the counterfeit onecent pieces that are now flooding Chicago Yet Ill bet you never looked at the genuineness of a onecent piece in your life THUMBMARK AS A SEAL lIne llecn Uiicd In China and Ulso where In AttCHtntlon of Legal Documents An army officer in Arizona used to make his orders for payment on a romp sutler and use his own thumb mark to serve the same purpose as the elaborate markings on bank checks The thumbmark has been used in China and elsewhere in attestation of deeds Sir William Herschel intro duced finger marks for practical pur poses in several ways in India He had heard that Chinese criminals in early times were made to give the impres sions of their fingers just as the crim inals of this country tire now photo graphed In Egypt the criminals were made to seal their confessions with their thumbnails as the country servant used to seal their letters Ac cordingly Sir William adopted the reg istration of finger markings for pensioners lie suspected that others personated these officials after the pensioners were dead he therefore employed this means of identification This led to the scientific identification of criminalseach prisoner signed a book with his finger Comparing the signatures of persons made after an interval of 20 years he proved that time makes no such material differ ence as to affect the utility of the plan There is a marked difference between the narks of males and females GROWING BUFFALO HERDS Cnnnillnn ninon Promise to Become Quite Numerous In the Next Few Years The buffaloes are increasing in such proportions in Canada that they promise in the course of a few years to become again fairly abundant Some time ago they threatened to become extinct says a Quebec report The herd of woods buffaloes in the Peace river district has trebled in size under the protection afforded it by the Northwest mounted police Five years ago it was estimated that there were not more than SO buffaloes in the herd now there are 400 In appearance there is little differ ence between the woods buffalo and the plains buffalo The former is merely a larger ri hercoated animal It differs materially however in its habits fronrthe subspecies which in habited the plains and which has un doubtedly passed away except for the presence of a few animals in captivity and in the Yellowstone Nation al parkThis species preferred the plain and traveled hundreds of miles in its an nual migrations while the Canadian buffalo shuns the prairie and migrates but little UnblcH tile Fashion The princess of Wales has made babies fashipnable in England Chil dren are supplanting lap dogs and silkencoated cats as drawingroom pets How long the babies will rule no one can tell but at present they are wearing the crown of popular ity There are three wright children in the palace of the princess of Wales two boys and a flaxen curlyhaired little girl These tots were left behind when the prince and princess went on the great colonial tour from which they but recently returned And when they came home the glad welcome the royal mother received from her three children was so touching that the whole nation was put into a sympathetic mood Now the princess is rarely seen without haying one or more of her babies with her American In Hawaii In 1672 there were SS9 Americans in the Hawaiian islands and 50000 ha- waiians In ISflO there Were 4000 Amer- Icans and 30000 Howaiians The natives are a dying rude In 1COO the death rate among Hawaiians was 4281 per 1000 among Americans and Europeans 17 Iollah Population The Poles now number about 15000 000 people of whom perhaps 3000000 are in eastern Prussia chiefly in the province of Posen 4000000 in north fntheproflnceOrtreme western part of Russia SOMETHING NEW They cure dandntff hair falling need acti etc costs the same wean ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it hUB been intro tlue d aro wild with delight Yon simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impottle to breakor cut tho Sold on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac Lion in erery respect Send stamps for one Ladles size flOe i Gents size 800 Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Address DN ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr The early bird catches a cold these frosty mornings Domestic interests swear they will be utterly ruined if the Cnbarf reciprocity plan is carried out and Cuban inter erJTruil1edHitindustrial 4t iff built on a more precarious femiljrtiiMi tkn aiiybody eVerInitiiMt 0II j Kentucky State News Items KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The State Capitol Appropriation Bill Came Up in the House Frankfort Jan 30The house Wednesday morning adopted a motion to adjourn until Friday Thursday Jan uary 30 is tho second anniversary of the Goebel assassination and those who urged adjournment did so as a mark of respect to him It was also favored so oa to give the legislators a lance to attend the Sculcy celebra tion at Louisville The house com mittee on municipalities reported fa vorably a bill changing Paducah from third to second class and it was ad vanced Tho fight over tho stato cap tol appropriation bill came up in the house Wednesday A majority report signed by five members and a minority report by four wero read and the bill was advanced to Its second read Ing The minority report signed by Searcy rhompson Castner and Adams says the minority members of the committee oppose outright an appropriation for the capitol until people have voted on what sum they want expended and where they desire it located The vote on ordering the bill to second reading was taken viva voce and did not amount to a test Full of Blue Flames Louisville Ky Jan OThe Postal Telegraph and Cablo Co sustained a serious accident Wednesday night through the bad weather Three poles on the river front carrying the Postal wires which wero covered with sleet foB at 7 oclock and the wires landed across some trolley wires In an in stant the Postal operating room was full of blue flames and then was cut off from the world It is not known yet whether the protective devices saved tho switchboard and dynamos Shot His Stepfather Henderson Ky Jan 30 William Spiller shot and fatally wounded Ed Mackay his stepfather here Spiller gave himself up and stated to the offi cers that Mackay was brutally abusing his mother and when he Spiller jdrawdefense Will Not Visit Louisville Louisville Ky Jan 80In answer to an invitation asking Prince Henry of Prussia to visit this city during his stay In America Mayor Grainger has received a letter from the Imperial German consul at Cincinnati C PolHer stating that owing to lack of time tho prince will be unable to accept the Invitation Pratt Declared Attorney General Frankfort Ky Jan aOThe court of appeals overruled a petition for a rehearing in the PrattBrecklnrldge contest over the attorney generalship The decision upholds the decision of the court rendered In December oust ing Attorney General Breckinrldge and puts in Judge Clifton J Pratt the republican contestant- ExBanker Allowed Ball Louisville Ky Jan 30 ExBanker J M McKnight recently sentenced to six years for embezzlement was allowed bail in the sum of 12000 until February 12 when the United States court of appeals will settle the ques tlon finally Owensboro Buried in Sleet Owensboro Ky Jan 30 Owensborc is completely buried in sleet Damage to business interests estimated at 75000 The Cumberlaud Telephone Co and Home Telephone Co wires are twisted and broken to pieces blockading streets Good Combination Lexington Ky Jan 30George H Whitney the noted Kentuckian breed er of Banaster Montgomery and oth er good race Corses who recently built a 40stall brick stable at Sheeps head Bay has formed a partnership with George E PerrIn Columbus Butler Weds Lexington Ky Jan 30Columbus Butler of Covington president of the Kenton county fiscal court was married here Wednesday to Miss Lucy C Keaphy of this city The wedding was solemnized at St Pauls Catholic church Dryhouse Destroyed Mt Sterling Ky Jan 30Wed nesday atternoon the dryhouse of the McBrayer distillery burned Damago heavy All the machinery was destroyed A Trifle Fishy A Campton Ky cdrre8pondentto- the city papers tells the following A courier lies just brought he news here that a wild uiuii was aeeu in the dills of Devils Creek seven miles from this place by some coon hunters Accord ing to the report he wore 110 clothing was covered with hair from head to foot and looked to be about 60 years oldHo at first refused to talk hut when the luuuers leveled their Winchester rifles at hun he VaS glad to talk He Still that wljen he was 18 yearsold ho fell in lovo with chnrmiug maiden of 16 summers was engaged to marry her but on the very day and within ten minutes of the time appointed for the ceremonyvsbe dropped dead i that he- thendeeitled to hide himself from the view of man foreverand Vent into tho woods nnd cliffs of Devils Creek Since then he had never seen a human being ntlllast night when he was discovered by the coon hunters Ho had subsisted on roots bark berries and game and pfter ho had worn all his clothing ut he hardened himself to the cold by do glees until finally it did not have any effect upon him Ho expects to spend his remaining days in seclusion This would be a better world if all persons took their own advice Something That Will do You Good We know of no way in which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell thorn of something that will be of real goodto them For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one ot the Very best remedies on the market for coughs cold and that alarming complaint croup Worefer to Chamberlain Cough Remedy Wo have used it with longthatelty By Its prompt use wo havent any oqubt but that it has time and tefitlmonylalivwe uggtit thato r readers especially alway1ceaiit Pou lJismdm O e gcr For i e by Stockton a Ha b 1rn Xt9ZcD Help NatureI proper food rarely evermecii I i cine If they do not thrive i isII T help to get their digestive f f machinery working pro- perISVjiMP1M i COD LIVER OILWr- rfHYPQPHOSPaiTESorLIMESSQDA I will generally correct this I I difficulty I iis I times a day you will soon see 1 I a marked improvement For I i larger children from half Co I a teaspoonful according tofage dissolved in their I if you so desire will veiy I i soon show its great nourish x i = ing power If the m = i milk does not nourish ulI baby she needs the emul I jIIL+++ + CALL AT++ + + JONES MERSHOJU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss SPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Favorite Nearly Everywhere Constipation means dulness sion headache generally disordered health DeWitts Little Early Risers stimulate the liver open the bowels and relieve this condition Safe speedy and thorough They never Fa Yorite pills Perry Thomas 1tn The tippler doesnt mind a punch in the month For Stomach Troubles hI have taken a great differ ent medicine for stomach troubli and GeigerofDunkertongood results from any as from Chain bKrlain Stomach Liver Tsibleis For sale by Stopkton Hagan 1 m When you lack energy do not relish vonr food feel dull and stupid after eating nllyou we is a dose of Chum lrlaius Stomach Liver Tablets They will make YOU fell like anew man und give von an appetite like a betr Tor sain by Stockton Hagati 1m Sorrow that is drowned in drink will come back to haunt you Saved Him from Torture There is no more agonizing trouble urn piles The constant itching and burning make life intolerable No position is comfortable The torture it unceasing DoWitts Witch Hazel dYe cures piles at once For kin lueases cuts burns bruises all kinIs of wounds it is unequalled J S Ger all St Paul Ark says From 1865 I antlered with the protruding bleeding puss and could find nothing to help me until I used DSWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured PerrykIIHans days are numbered thanks to the calendars The Last Heard Of It My little boy took the croup one night and soon EO bad you could hear him breathe all over house says F D Reynolds Mansfield 0 We feared he would die but a few quicklyroupNoWisntuable One Minute Cough Cure is ImmedIatelyFortis and all other throat and Junj trou bles it is a certain euro very pleasant to take The little ones like it Perry Thomas IHni Them are no exchange ticketson the ijond to success Clerks Wise Suggestion hiubledwtthon1nch writes M R Mead Jeadinu pharmacist of Attlehoro Mitts I could eat Jiardly nn vthinR witlitu t etif ferinp several hours My clerk suj gested I try Kodoi Drspepsi Cure which I dill with most happy iisults I have had no more trouble nner when one cnngo to eating mince pie iheeeo candy and nuts after such a timji their digestion must be pretty odojI en ltrtilyYoudont orerloadthedigests your food Perry Thou las 1m The man who is not in love with his work never draws a very lofty salary r The engravers at the Buroai graving and Printing have coi 10fE1i a vignette President Boosevi wH always b ased as the offic tare of tlM President ftwh H may be ned ou 4ernme4t nOM y or pecaritiee feat isa until t Tb vigIittuWss msde LrOInwJia M m- cldt d bEJat p4e4g- rAp4at r photo- gihhatakpiDt1e1ast 1IJe tea ti4atl bwnexwa r C 5 Do You Know That Boggles and Carriages are from 5 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have toed selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand thiir UWW Busy I Bee c cI3c- p i fi i I quality W JohnDonelson PropI1 CashStore LoP7fits 7w iiii+7F I 7lf 7 4 They Are Here ffi 5ANDNOW ON SALE AT THE W i BUSY BEE CASH STORE iM 4 ilrcries Linens New Wash Goods ever opened up in the grand old p city of Richmond fAll thenew Novelty Giughams that will be in favor this season are to be in their stock Never were they as pretty All the Eastern and Western markets have been culled to IIoverBuy e l2aods mnow and be ready to wear them when the I opens a g Our Hamburgs and Laces will be talk of the town All the pretty things in Embroideries and Laces to be had this season can be found in this stock L I QcarpetsI s new shipment comprises nearly 400 pieces of themostdesirable 7ft Floor Coverings in all grades and styles ever Opened bJ any store in Central Kentucky Low Cash Prices are being named on all of ffithese goods Call and see them and be convinced I Very Respectfully WDO1dhamiPo- r L jl I t1 I ML z f I tV 91 1V 1 A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DiSCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal einissiousweak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt ot- S1 One small bottle is two months treatment and will cnre any case above mentioned Dr K W Hall sole manu facturer P O Box 620 St Louis Mo for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have ned one bottle of tho Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when began using It today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A RIDDLE The most certain feature of a sure thing is its uncertainty Mr Wheeler got Rid of His Rheumaiism During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints In fact nil over my body that I hardly hobble aroundwhen I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm From the fust application I began to get well atld was cured and have worked steadily all the yearR Wheeler Northwood N Y For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m Because wealth doesnt always bring happiness is no reason why we should cultivate poverty HOUSEWORKToo mens nerves And the constant care of children dq and night Is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells tho story of the overworked honsowif and mother Deranged menses leueorrhasa and ling of the erworkEvery to regulate her menses anti to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINE CARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she miles this frank letter Glendeaae Ky FefcW Iam so shad thMyourWiHofCKduii- ahelpJDgmc I am feeling better than- I toTe yewa M mr own work without any help sd I washed IM t treat and waa aoto Wt tired That shows thai theWiae is doing me 00d I gMta MIUe- rtun I ever was beJofe ask iep eat BefoIe IW1a9 of hUOflve or sIZ u yr twZdoathk0f9Yltt- 0s XJSJh leIIIiIt L AT iG8llllll iw lIMoatUeIl IIeo De 0 sseas o r- mmJ JfLRJc q f cost more another itasoa prices of materials are Eincup Ky CuriagB ww t ci a 7 ft 5 seen Your e the i Send tloliday 1 Suggestions 7 S1 Here is the making of a Happy Home Lf4 And here is where your friends buy The whole family can participate in the en joyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year 3Leather Goods Picture Frameswe have m dniceles Desks kJAndmany other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETEj it i W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND BWMy KENTUCKY PICTURESPicture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of tho largest and most complete lines of ttPictures and Framing Material f ElegantWatermetalfru11lesinompletoforlWemake frames while you wait Vo havent space to name our hundreds pf genuine bargains Your Are invited to call and inspect tho largest and lowest priced iino ever offered to the pricesbought t+ + VIGEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY t crTuxedoesA SPECIALTY W SI VEYJV C TUnbpotrV i- oLEXINGTON toKENTUCyitSiely a t j jr ILL r IuI Th r II o r c e L5ThdPrQI r- n = = M 4 t Ihe Richmond Climax J C CUB AULT President A D MILLER Manager t aOBTI3cnOWE Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 5 1002 ruLr8uzuvRYwzDNsDAyBT- The Climax Printing Co Incorporated HWE had hoped that the Louisville Atlantic railroad 1 and the city of Richmond would get together on the atmachine shops proposition we were sadly disappoint 1ed When it comes to the down the matter of dol 41 lars stands between us We I have done what we could and now it remains with the rail i iroad to do as it wishes with r jthe matter By losing the rf plant we lose an enterprise that would pay us well and one that would add much tort the growth and prosperity railIfof this city entertain for the L A and at last decide that een if their demandsI were not granted it will well pay them to locate their shops here as the new business the movefmore repay them for the small sum required the purchase the site for the location Since the L A was built the Richmond people have stood by it because it was a home enterprise and they felt an interest in it The business done at this point heretofore will show up favorably with Janyother point on the line Since this question was hastt done everything to arouse the enthusiasm of the people and urge them up to the point of doing something We have never lost an opportunity to put in a word and we beleive that we have said all that could be said for the good of the cause As the question is now closed so far as we can see we want to thank those public spirited gentlemen who worked with us for their help and encour prrmniift4S 6 flAfl THE Interior Journal says We have it straight that Mr Clarence E Woods would like to be Senator McCrearys private Secretary and his appointment as such would greatly please Mr Woods friends all over the State He has been an ardent sup porter of Senator McCreary for over twenty years and while he asks no reward for his good work it would make both Mr Woods and his Ifriendshappy to have him se cure the high place of secre tary to Kentuckys most s- C1F1BrorCu1 j LEXINGTON KY Great Clearance Saleit That Show Way The J gWindBlows ff So also does the crowd that comes bargainsItalking for us ami we do the selling We have just put on sale in our f West Window a splendid line off heavy curtains marked in plain figures Hero is u list of a few of them 4 pairs Tapestry Curtains 36 inches by 3 yards regular price 3 now 175 J pair Cheulllo Curtains SO inches by 3 yards regular price SI now fOe 1 fpalr Turcoman Curtains J5 inches 3 yards regular price now SOc hqialrfIurcoman Curtains 15 inches vuy yai to regular price 150 now too l 1 pstlr Flax Velour CurlaiusCO inches byyiirdsreuarprice 1550 now i 2 5iinsiStripVelonrCimnInB CO in Ci1 j13 a s R la price 10 no 3 i lipJfvTrMefjBin Velour Ourtains 50 in ti i regular price 1657 now 2tcc ir 1 rii Velour Curtains with CJ Jrinuern ticliesbyj yards regular 1Elceft5iW92J t 1 V rQu rJ4llu tap 6ly r s by 1 60 ill lles t 5 t y 1 veIbuIiar Bjuecprapeedamaged 4tO I 4l1i er CoqclCoVCr175c j Chen1l1Curtiin 2yard bY I ards 2 f 1 1 L JC1F1BioerCo11 j tuIN AND 041WA f JthXiJQON1 Y aqI I J 4 fo Th r tinguished citizen and Senator In commentipgon the above the Anderson News says Are ve for him Well we guess yes There is not a man in this section who would not go his length for him We want to have the honor of claiming him as an old An derson county boy as he lived here for several years and when he left for Madison county Anderson gave up one of her most popular young men We wish him every success in the world and feel confident that Senator Mc Creary will favor the people of Anderson county by nam ing him as his assistant THE Lexington Leader last Tuesday remarked this upon the contrast between the cer tificate of Senator McCreary and that of Senator Foraker when they were presented to the Senate last week Previous to this the certifi cate of J B McCreary of Kentucky was presented There was a great contrast between the two One was beautifully got up in fine leather red ribbons bg red seals parchment fancy en grossing blue clasps etc It was a work ofart and some artist should be proud of it The Kentucky certificate came on a wrinkled typewritten sheet and looked like a busi ness letter which had had hard usage Which compels the observation on our part that when Kentuckys new Senator lines up against Foraker the latter will look like a wrinkled sheet after hard usage HON R C Warren Lincoln countys candidate for Congress was in the city last week building fence He is a popular man in this sectior and has a fair chance of se curing Madisonsvote unless our handsome fellow towns man Hon W Rhodes Shack elford announces himself as his friends are urging him to do In that event no others need apply LAND STOCK AND CROP Jessamine Journal reports sale of 3600 bushels wheat at 92c Ilanion Million sold to D II Myers 100 barrels of corn at 300 pr barrel Sheriff John F Wagers sold to John Marshall of Clark county a bunch of steers at 4 15 per hundred Quite a number of lambs have been bought in Clark for future delivery at 5 cents and some at 5j cents R P Youngs barn near Owings ville containing 14000 pounds of to bacco burned Monday Loss over 1000J Masters of Valley View ought several crops of tobacco last week at prices ranging from 625 to 750 per hundredDick who bought part of the Biguorstaff farm of J W Masters pay- Ing him 4000 for ICO acres has moved thereto W Z Thompson of Donerail sold Coniants crop at 8 cents Total value ex ceeding 11000 Harry Morgan of Whites Strttion sold his crop of tobacoo to Tom Pal mer of Paint Lick at 7 cents This is said to be the best sale made in thA county this season Sleepy grass is found in New Mexi co Texas and Siberia It has a roost injurious effect on horses and sheep being a strong narcotic and sedative and causing a profound sleep or stupor lasting from 12 to 48 hours The best prices obtained for stock at Winchester court was for n lot of two year old steers weight 1115 pounds which brought 41 cents A lot of 125 lb hogs sold for 530 Sam J Hodgkin sold to John It Smith fifteen se lect ewes at 360 each The inclement weather kept many away from town but the demand for stock was good Ono Wire Carries Four Messages A wonderful versatile manipulation of electricity lisa been shown at the Western Union Telegraph office during the last few days Four different messages were at the sawn instant transmitted over one wire Tho sleet storm downed all thQ wires except one wire to Louisville Connected with the one wire ware four sounders BO deli cately constructed that each was sen sible to a current cf a certain strength while each of the other three were in sensible to the current of that particu lar strength A minute description the multiform use of one wire IB too intricate and technical for a new article Atone time in the office at the same Inntant the Heralds Associated Frets operator receiving a special telegram for the Herald was taking messages wnile two other operators were sending messages all ever one little wire The special telegram to the Herald was com ing from New York while the Arise ciatcd Press report was coming from Cincinnati The operators wero not allowed to say to what places the messages were addressed that they were tending but they were going to differ eat points Herald Shoes forMan The right kinds at right prices Our line of Mens Shoes embrace every thing jfroni an honest all leather work ratentleatb9ltbatJDOllbY dUCE Big Slock to select from Our assortment is very extensivethe larg get in Jlichinond and onr system of buying in lar o lots direct from the best natiuticlurcrs enables us to otTer rjcetiind qualily that win save you WM jpn oVcry purchase Take a jpk ttirioiiglrouailno t ft l0- l 752 W 28fi S Si6 it d trwell1 stiowou wiY Ii l4 in- hI u Cloth1a 1 o 3Ax ifCOVJJ si4iIII FIRE AT W SILVER CREEK Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Company Heavy Losers Y V LOSS ESTIMATED AT 50000 The W S Hume distillery at Silver Creek was destroyed by fire Monday night The origin of the fire is not known but when first discovered about ten oclock the smoke and flames were coming from the meal room in the very top of the building The fire gained headway rapidly and it was not long before the old distillery was in ashes The Hume warehouse caught fire in three places as did a ware house belonging to the War rick but by the heroic efforts of the men of the village the warehouses were saved The L N depot was damaged tojsome extent and a freight car on the sidingwa burned For a time it looked as if the whole town was doomed The distillery belonged to the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company and the loss is estimated at about 50000 The Humes and Mr G W Gateshad some tobacco stored in a shed adjoining the distillery which was destroyed causing a loss of several hundred dollars The Hume distillery was erected in De cember 1868 by a company composed of W S Collins James Moran Newland Jones W S Hume and Thompson Burnam It has run every year sirce then with the ex ception of two years 189596 It was sold and delivered to the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company by W S Hume Co in April 1899 The original cost and im provements made since the An Offer Declined Wanted to Prepare Manuscript For the Dead New York Times Doubleday Page Co recently re calved a note addressed to Colonel William Byrd In their care from a young lady of Lexington Va who respectfully invited his attention in prepar ing authors manuscripts in tho most approved manner and stated that spelling and punctuation receive especial care and she inclosed testi monials Bvrds memoirs dated 1074 1744 are being published by Doubleday Page Co and to his wouldbe amen uensis they are said to have transmit ted the following reply- Westover on Paradise River in tho State of the Immortals Yo 157th Year After Death My Dear Madam It was as pleasing as it was surprising tQ receive your courteous proposal to prepare my Writings for ths printer and especially yonr kind Promise to make sure of the spelling Cut alas if my Writincs have not yet seen the type can I flatter my self that they will eTer be read It may be that some Gentlemen of Quality Good Fellowship in Virginia yet hold Traditions of me I hug the hope that they do But it gives the most poig nant joy my dear madam to learn that my poor writings am remembered by one of your gentler sex especially by one so accomplished in good spelling as yoursnlf Grateful is the rcniem brance of ones Country wonen so long alter the period of earthly Gallantry is passed for even across the Centuries- I can feel the tingle of Womans Ap plause and I am thankful to God Dear Madam that even a long period of death has not wholly changed me in this respect For your courtosy I am greatly beholden and it will be a Death long regret that I am denyed the Pleas ure of profiting by it But alas my poor writings must remain ns poor as they were Writ as for my poorer self I have the honour my Dear Madam tobo Your most Hurnht and Most ObtSert Win Byrd lato of Wcsto er Va Chicken Industry The United States Census Bureau has just made up its statistics of the chicken industry in the United States The results are so astonishing that the American hen must be proclaimed the greatest ot birds now and forever The chickens of the United States in the year 1900 weighed 021715 tons To appreciate these figures it must be known thatnll the big and little fight- Ing ships in the U S Navy weigh 113 644 tons The number of these chick ens was 284000000 and they laid 10 000000000 eggs The weight of these eggs was 625033 tons and their bulk was forty times that of the larthThe value of these eggs would have paid every cent of tho expenses of the US War Department for the year Miss ouri is the first State in chickens aiid eggs In the year 1000 the hens of Missouri laid more than 45000OO worth cf eggs beyond the nedo1 Ihoir owners the egg crop bringing the wci men of Missouri as much cash as tbe wheat crop did the men LoulsviUo Times Advance iu Marriage License Matrimonial inclined couples who Ip hjtuckybecausejhe 1o jentL former pries wos f2ti licence Some of the Counfy Ckrji I hays received iiofiq Irowi tMJk t Ait4IsOrJtitrt tII fifty etsitit ttai4 hi tjnrrtiihiCal 1 9JI u IiI1 building is estimated at about 200000 A great dealof work has been done on the plant recently and prepara tions were made to start a five thousand barrel runtnext week It is thought now that immediate steps will be taken to rebuild Fire at Berea College Chapel Burns Causing Heavy Loss The burning of the chapel at Berea on last Thursday was an exciting event The fire began from some muss unknown in the most inaccessi ble part of the building at tho rear of the attic It occurred at an hour when all the students were in classes and was not discovered until it had gained too much headway to be successfully combatted with Babcockfcxtinguishers and fire buckets All the furniture was saved No student was injured The building went rapidly the well built tower standing last where the bell was melted in its place Immediate steps were taken to fit up in one end of the Tabernacle a new au ditorium which will accommodate 1000 persons The work was pushed so rapidly that the new Chapel was actually occupied on Sunday The Union Church whirl has worshipped in the College Chapel was able to hold its usual services Sunday morning and to baptize some 20 persons Sunday evening at 3 oclock It is probable that this Tabernacle will hare to be occupied for a considerable time While Berea has now tome endowment it has been carrying on so extensive a work that it is still largely dependent upon annual gifts for its current expenses and the Presi dent cannot turn aside from the work of securing money for current expenses to get funds for a chapel at once The planning and building of a new chapel will be a work of time and several other buildings are probably more ur gently needed The original cost of the chapel was 9000 and it was insured for 5000 It had long been outgrown so that the new auditorium with Its larger seating capacity will be a relief at once Proralneni Oil Man Dr ElmerNorthcutt of Nicholasviile who is a leading stockholder in the Mt Sterling Gas Oil Company and also of the Licking Valley Oil Company accompanied by Dr E A Wolf and Mr EE Brenner prominent oil men of Dennison O who are interestedwith Dr Northcutt in the England oil fields were at the Phoenix Friday says the Lexington Herald They were here partiein the oil wells of the Licking Valley Dr Northcutt was the pioneer of the oil developments in the Bath county district and is enthusiastic over the fu ture prospecls of the oil business in that region His companies have niore pumpingnear Salt Lick will begin this week This tank has a capacity of 56840 bar rels and is the largest in the world Dr NorthcuttJeels certain that a large oil refinery will be located in Lexing ton at an early date and ho will do ull iu his power to aid the enterprise THESICK Dr A Wilkes Smith w reported a tile better yesterday afternoon He has been resting very well for several days Mr James W Smith was considered a little better yesterday Mr Caleb Shearer who huts been down with pneumonia for two weeks is a great deal better and wilt be out in a few days Mr It E Little is out again afiur be hag confined to his Iomfor set oral days MIES Dora Russell who hiss been in bad health for several years suffered paralytic stroke Sunday night Supervisors Repurl The Board of Supervisors completed its work Thursday and turned over the books to Mr TJ Berry the clerk of Board The following la the report Town lots present valuation 1366 260 last year 1340430 an increase of 2sro Farming lands present valuation 5654250 last year J5518050 an in crease of 135300 V Grand total present valuation f9GJGI 780 last year 8002000 n total increase of 87200 fortunerbaton his cheek A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GHEAT DISCOVERY Ono small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures oil kidney and bladdcr troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emisionsweak and lame backs rhenniatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of 10nelll11all bottle is two montlin treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Ir KyW Hall solo manu MtaSendgisti and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD iins Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 DrE W Han St Louis MorDear Sir I have wed one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discoverv for kidney and bladder trouble I begKiiusinjItyealtMdlakMchtlJvr1lC0Mfl1indittothe pibli1i RatitfItt11 A t Fi4 Thaa Distress tc zihgffka are unfortunate as to with Eczema orS lt Rheum and outward applications do not cure They cant The source of the trouble is in the bloodmake that pure and this scal- Ing burning itching disease will disappearI taken with an Itching on ray arms which proved very disagreeable 1 concluded it was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla In two days alter I began taking It I felt better and It was not long before I was cured Have never bad any skin disease since Mas IDA E WARD Cove Point Md Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of all impurities and cure all cmptionsIFlatter the girl and spoil the woman This Will Interest Jlanj To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier U U It l Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments 1J It B will positively cure all blood and skin trou bles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pin plea boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh Mood af fecting throat or bonesmucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBBuiakcs the pure and rich heals every sole or eruption and stops nil aches and pain Druggists For lice treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou tile and free medical lIlvice given until cured It B H cures old deepseated vases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B B B composed of pure botuniu drugs midis the finest blood purifier in the world D Its a pity the average man does not lose his tongue when he loses his head Oewarc cf Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tho wholA system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never bo used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure wan ufactured by F J Cheney 6 Co To ledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In bnvinc Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is tak en internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney d Co Testimonials freo Sold by Druegifit price75 per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Heat Reiterates motion If you dont believe it pick up a red hot poker MARDI GRAS Queen f Crescent Route New Orleans February llth Greatest MidWinter Fete iu time world wierd and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen Crescent Koule Finest train service in the South Two fast 24hour trains every day in the wear from Gin cinnati The trip through the beau tiful southern country is a holiday in iUelf All inquiries gladly answered Free printed Matter W 0 RIXEARSOV G P A Cincinnati 29Jan2t LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY o- ua gtcL DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS niTwEPN Louisville and St Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and farther Information address L J IRWIN c P LOUISVILLI KY For Spring 1902AJ White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ- die NainsoodsNove- ltyF3ncyWe V s Piques sTadrasShirt- Ings ft Colored Cotton Dress Goodsv Fine PlintedNbvelties Ginghanis m brays Shirting Embroideries k Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents lor G6ftonfs Gdebraitcd Shirts Wnite1D ibsun 0 pPKYh h s r Ten Gentpbr Ten Weeks v The St Louis Mirror is a tweaty eiRhtpaffe paper in magazine fcrm edited by William Marion Reedy assisted by a stall of contributors comprising the best writers and literary authorities on all current subjects so cial religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry a paper in which the best books best plays and best music are ably reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are giv en careful attention It is thoup todate paper for time merchant tho teacher time professional nyn the student the politician as well as for woman and the home If you will send us lOc in silver or stamps we will mail the Mirror to your address fur ten weeks THE MIRROR 8Jantf St Louis Mo Dissolution Notice I The partnership heretofore existing between Charles Doiiglai and George D Simmons has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr SOn sons remaining AH persons owing the firm are urgently requested to can and settle at once GHAS E DOUGLAS nlw OEO lJ SIMMONS A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty timings in gold and silver has come to be pro verbial Men have time same leaning but they disguise It Here are scores of fancies in gold and silver for very llttlo money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellence LE LANE THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and fOr ALL readers is the TwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dailies and the superior of all other lemlweekliea or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a year and you get it for onl- yIOOA YEAR The Wednesday Issue is aevoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIERJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AURANOEMEJfT YOU CAN QETTH- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek ConnerJournal BothOne Year for Only 150 r fiRriocITldrui NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY Jlth J902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vestibuled Limited 34hourScheduleTraIna from Cincinnati Dally Diners ThroughPullmans Printed Matter for the asfcfng r- Cli1 W Zcil Div ias Agt CJnttO OILMURPHY RlnCARSCN- acMCRAk GcruPanenatarCIN- CSNNATI W Home Seekers Excursions at very low Rates to many pointain the following territory Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Minim sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utab Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big ftSelling Dates January 2i- February t 47 18 IRDutt Forfull information a particulars as prIvIfelRoute or address the undersigned WrrenJLynch l WPDepp t Iei2 PsTieks4 AtAet t tok 4 JdEesieo11BAJt ciS A fifJ We Treat You The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephyr closdy Iult assorted solid colors cents Fancy each canibinatlcin fleecelined Hoods closely- knit stitched all over wIth silk floss at 23c eachi Closely knit Shavl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fattcy border at 2o and 49c each i Mens Handkerchiefs Thcr bests cent Handkerchief ever pro duced staple borders of Red and Blue also plain While atBc each leader of the line Mens Softest fin ished Frenchflandkerchlefs Lawn one Inch border prlntdd tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color effects atiOc- Silky Japanette Cloth Handkerchiefione inch hem white silk initill in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Ulndkerchiets at 25c St Returns several diseases DeVaux Chicago remedy prevent failure easily OtVaur S0SSO Latest Which your business safe such here found help hold Fancy colored Rood over collar white Angora lined with colored Cloth dark large sailor braid 115 sum When home write well Sus Ladie hemstitched Handkerchiefs areund tasteful pattern flowers patUrni borders designs Noteity Mufflers popular 1Yk a Q Oxford quality White Quilt made bleached yarn in new de sign size 70x73 at 49c each Revere anew Spread that has just been added to the line size extra fine soft fihish 2ply yarn nobby centers hemmed 99c each f IA in Genuine I I Marsailles QuiItseb Cor Main First rIlro rIlft C 1I 1 h high floral novel ferns the Price week L I of fl f4 o order make room for stock of Goods i we the of Goods Shoes Em Etc that has ever Are in every and we room as as hence out the win ter stock now on our care from the in the Give a call will you Yours for SWINE DISEASES from the of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losiiea In 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr P II DeVaux after years of scientific experiments and succeeded in kolatlngtbe true germ of and a Serum Antitoxin is manufactured IInl the Chemical Co of 400 000 hogs have been snccssgfully treated and saved by this Hors treatiid with the Antitoxin better and command a higher on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the Injection or their Antitoxin in well will absolutely death by disease and in sick wine will tare at least 85 percent In cseofmoney paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can administer Aalttoxla to the number of treatedOne sufficient tor six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 3JO Chemical 134 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly S o S S O SSiS S i S ee SENDec eos0e e 0 ca W o C M eIs e 0 a to the sSs iS 1s 5 3 S S SC e Th8 BrIghtest and Best Af S ternoon Piper irf the 3eSouthMarket z aSi 38000 AND OVER DAICY S a rearh7 mall J FOURTH AVE IsUlC Ki 0 mSrSlS makE O andsound For bargains as are I always you O ground yourI Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks Eiderdown weight turn edged with fur cream one of the best values ever produced was 1 now 89c Cloaks in blue and red with collar npliqued in white silk at and J t 1 tin town see us When at us In either case You Moe- ySWJ J1 Handkerchiefs Sheer Grade Lawn Handkerchiefs ens halt inch border at 5c N 2134 U mstit hed one half inch made f soft Swiss Lawn embroid ered all In very of chain wrk and leaf will worth lie at We Ladles Swiss Handkf rchiefs with of real lace flower at Uc in mad of Sigh trade Eneliib Serge size 29x28 at Xks Sas superior of hemmed 0x81 raised at Drive Quality 333 grade MarsaillesQnilts 124 size extra heavy weight large centerpatterns surrounded bv I groupings of and flowers handsomest Quilt ever offered for the money S4 special for this 299 Ask to see them OWEN I For those who think Richmond i GOOD THINGS Good Goods In to our immense Spring ay are offering greatest Slaughter Sale Dry Notions Hoisery broidery Corsets been seen in Richmond o Our Spring Goods coming on train must make rapidly possible our decision to close of goods shelves at REDUCED PRICES havingbeenof best houses United States our store andwe convince that we mean business bargains LEE SMITHA McCann BIdg RICHMOND KY ANTITOXIN FOR Board study swine preparal which Over thrive price swine Orderaccordlng Company eessss S0For trialnionths sub scription LouisvilleTIMES Quotatleas1 NewsE fi LargestCirculatiociin IIee ssSE1s IEMJ5 Ir throughout Flannelette High vrhlU colors MCKEE Kentucky 4 F F71 71 7F 71 7f 8 f 77 ill Vji f I have accepted the e Richmondy anti Madieon county 1 for the Great Atlantic 7 and Pacific Teas REd Coffee Co and am r calling on the people j asrapidly as possible If jbu want the best II Coffee Tea Baking PwderBpice or Ex a tracts and nt the same time get useful and F beautiful presents free r Save your orders for Ar The s me All good IE teed and till pricesLowesti k th1 Respectfully j d 5 P F ADAMS JR- Richmond 1 Ky 71i 7F I 7I ir f HURMAN + h + ++++ 4has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Just stock there 8 on earth AVhen other people can hijhIth GALL AND GET OUR PRICES jtJ4 i Thurman Grocery C I j iii ji0j J4 i f tYSf r IcY xv i Ji = i Ii JJJ I fr ISm ded Priri1 = IJt a r The Richmond Climax J C CHBNAULT President D MILLER Manager Editor 1WEDNESDAY FEB B 1902 ite rCBLIBUKll IVIBY WEDNESDAY BY i g Co j lIncorporatedq WE had hoped that the I Louisville Atlantic railroad 1 and the city of Richmond would get together on the 111 machine shops proposition but we were sadly disappoint fed When it comes to the 2show down the matter of dol lars stands between us Wet have done what we could and now it remains with the rail road to do as it wishes with the matter By losing the plant we lose an enterprise that would pay us well and one that would add much to4 the growth and prosperity pthetown We trust the rail road officials will consider the kindly feeling the merchants of this city entertain for the L A and at last decide that een if their demands were not granted it will well pay them to locate their shops here as the new business the road will make by the move- will more than repay them for the small sum required the purchase the site for the location Since the L A was built the Richmond people have stood by ifa because it was a home enterprise and they felt an interest in it The business done at this pointheretofore will show up favorably with Jmyother point on the line Since this question was first agitated the CLIMAX has done everything to arouse the enthusiasm of the people and urge them up to the point of doing something We have never lost an opportunity to put in a word and we beleive that we have said all that could be said for the good of the cause As the question is now closed so far as we can see we want to thank those public spirited gentlemen who worked with us for their help and encour argement THE Interior Journal says We have it straight that Mr Clarence E Woods would like to be Senator McCrearys private Secretary and his appointment as such would greatly please Mr Woods friends all over the State He has been an ardent supporter of Senator McCreary for over twenty years and while he asks no reward for his good work it would make both Mr Woods and his friends happy to have him se cure the high place of secre tary to Kentuckys most dis t8rowerCO LEXINGTON KY lireat Clearance Sale 1- f Straws That Show JrP Which Way The JWind Blows Bo also does the crowd that comes to ur etoro for the big bargains we are offering They do the talking for us unit we do the selling We have just put on sale in our West Window a splendid line of plainithem 4 pairs Tapestry Curtains 36 inches by 3 yards regular price 3 now 175 4 pair Chenille Curtains inches by a yards regular price now EO- cdr pair TUf man Curtains 15 inches i Vbjr3 yards regular price now roc 1pnir Turcoman Curtains 15 inches if iby yards regular price Sl50 now fOe i pair FJar Velour Curtains 50 inches byiirds ref ular price 15 50 now O Uj I tpStrBiStripe Velour Curtains 50 in P ff r teR la price elI no 5- i 1 jutirPhiiTeour urtains50 in It dl r Ku r price 16Jj7 now S2F J jfcVRlrjffclarn Velour Cuitains with J J Jiie50 by JJ yards regular j prlcVf now225 r J 1 VIorDarlc1llueIrape6 ykrds WT 60 tl1IeASS T 0 1 VelonVlart Blue p ape damaged r S150 i P Tiger CocchCovert759 4 r Ghenlllo Ourtuins2yra b1J Sards 225 t t i for fItII iJt 1 K Browel L01 J1 n MAIN AND BBOAPWAf j LEXINGTON Xr v I4iIL I v i tinguished citizen and Senator In commenting the above the Anderson News says Are we for him Well we guess yes There is not a man in this section who would not go his length for him We want to have the honor of claiming him as an old Anderson county boy as he lived here for several years and when he left for Madison county Anderson gave up one of her most popular young men We wish him every success in the world and feel confident that Senator Mc Creary will favor the people of Anderson county by naming him as his assistant THE Lexington Leader last Tuesday remarked this upon the contrast between the cer tificate of Senator McCreary and that of Senator Foraker when they were presented to the Senate last week Previous to this the certifi cate of J B McCreary of Kentucky was presented There was a great contrast between the two One was beautifully got up in fine leather red ribbons bg red seals parchment fancy en grossing blue clasps etc It was a work ofart and some artist should be proud of it The Kentucky certificate came on a wrinkled typewritten sheet and looked like a busi ness letter which had had hard usage Which compels the obser vation on our part that when Kentuckys new Senator lines up against Foraker the latter will look like a wrinkled sheet after hard usage HON R C Warren Lincoln countys candidate for Congress was in the city last week building fence He is a popular man in this sectior and has a fair chance of se curing Madisonsvote unless our handsome fellow towns man Hon W Rhodes Shack elfordannounces himself as his friends are urging him to do In that event no others need apply LAND STOCK AND CROP Jessamine Journal reports sale of 3500 bushels wheat at 92c Hainon Million sold to D II Myers 100 barrels of corn at 300 pr barrel Sheriff John F Wagers sold to John Marshall of Clark county a bunch of steers at 4 15 per hundred Quite a number of lambs have been bought in Clark for future delivery at 5 cents and some at GJ cente- R P Youngs barn near Owings ville containing 14000 pounds of to bacco burned Monday Loss over 1000 J W Masters of Valley View ought several crops of tobacco last week at prices ranging from 025 to 750 per hundredDick who bought part of ho Digirerstaff farm of J W Masters pay ing him 4000 for ICO acres has moved thereto W Z Thompson of Donerail told 135000 pounds of tobacco to the Con tinental Co at 9 cents except one ten ants crop at 8 cents Total value exceeding 11000 Harry Morgan of Whites Station sold his crop of tobacoo to Tom Pal tier of Paint Lick at 7 cents This is said to be the best sale made in thn county this season Sleepy grass Is found in New Mexico Texas and Siberia It has a most injurious effect on horses and sheep being a strong narcotic and sedative and causing a profound sleep or stupor lasting from 12 to 48 hours The best prices obtained for stock at Winchester court was for n lot of two year old steers weight 1115 pounds which brought 41 cents A lot of 125 lb hogs sold for 530 Sam J Hodg kin sold to John 11 Smith fifteen select ewes at 350 each The inclement weather kept many away from town but the demand for stock vras good Ono Wire Carries Four Messages- A w snilerlul versatile manipulation of electricity lias been shown at the Western Union Telegraph office during the last few days Four different messages were at the same instant transmitted over one wire The sleet storm downed all the wires except one wire to Louisville Connected with the one wire were four sounders so deli cately constructed that each was sen sible to a current cf a certain strength while each of the other three were in sensible to the current of that particular strength A minute description ef the multiform use of one wire is too in tricate and technical for a new article At one time in the office at the same Intant the Heralds Associated Press operator receiving a special telegram for the Herald was taking messages wnile two other operators were sending messages all ever one little wire The special telegram to the Herald was com ing from New York while the Associated Press report was coming from Cincinnati The operators wero not allowed to say to what places the messages were addressed that they were sending but they wero going to differ out polzitshlorald Shoes forKtn The right kinds at right prices Our line of Mens Shoes embrace every thing from mi honest all leather work fatelltlduce Big stock to select from Our largIgoat buying in large iota direct from the best manufacturers enables us to offer prices and quality that will save you no otn every purchase Take a rook through our line at 1 fIS3 150 El 75 131 25 2 00 El S35kk and S5 asti wtlL show y0ii why We IMC In SbbeIt 11j11adClothing I cooGIoxJJXXI r FIRE AT SILVER CRIER Kentucky Distilleries and Ware house Company Heavy Losers LOSS ESTIMATED AT 50tOOO The W S Hume distillery at Silver Creek was destroyed by fire Monday night The origin of the fire is not known but when first discovered about ten oclock the smoke and flames were coming from the meal Toom in the very top of the building The fire gained headway rapidly and it was not long before the old distillery was in ashes The Hume warehouse caught fire in three places as did a ware house belonging to the War rick but by the heroic efforts of the men of the village the warehouses were saved The L N depot was damaged to some extent and a freight car on the siding wafe burned For a time it looked as if the whole town was doomed The distillery belonged to the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company and the loss is estimated at about 50000 The Humes and Mr G W Gateshadsome tobacco stored in a shed adjoining the distillery which was destroyed causing a loss of several hundred dollars The Hume distillerywas erected in De cember 1808 by a company composed of W S Collins James Moran Newland Jones W S Hume and Thompson Burnam It has run every year since then with the ex ception of two years 189596 It was sold and delivered to the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company by W S Hume Co in April 1899 The original cost and im provements made since the An Offer Declined Wanted to Prepare Manuscript For the Dead New York Times Doubleday Page Co recently re ceived a note addressed to Colonel William Byrd in their care from a young lady of Lexington Va who respect fully invited his attention in preparing authors manuscripts in the most approved manner and stated that spelling and punctuation receive especial care and she inclosed testimonials Bvrds memoirs dated 1074 1744 are being published by Doubl day Page Co and to his wouldbe aaen uensis they are said to have transmit ted the following reply- Westover on Paradise River In the State of the Immortals Yo 157th Year After Death My Dear Madam It was as pleasing as it was surprising to receive your courteous proposal to prepare my Writ jogs for ths printer and especially your kind Promise to make sure of the spelling But alasl if my Writings have not yet seen the type can I flatter my self that they will ever be read It maybe that some Gentlemen of Quality Good Fellowship in Virginia yet hold Traditions of me I hug the hope that they do But it gives the most poignant joy my dear madam to learn that my poor writings are remembered by one of your gentler sex especially by one so accomplished in good spelling as yoursnlf Grateful is the rcuiem brance of ones Country wonen so long after the period of earthly Gallantry is passed for even across the Centuries I can feel tIn tingle of Womans Ap plause and I am thankful to God Dear Madam that even a long period of death has not wholly changed me in this respect For your courtesy I tin greatly beholden and it will be a Death long regret that I um denyed the Pleasure of profiting by it But alas my poor writings must remain ns poems they were Writ as for my poorer self MadamltoYour most Hurabt and Mot ObtSert Vm Byrd late of Westo er Va Chicken Industry The United States Census Bureau has just mode up its statistics of the chicken industry in the United Slates The results are so astonishing that the American hen must be proclaimed the greatest of birds now and forever The cbickeiso of the United States in tile year 1900 weighed 921715 tons To appreciate these figures it must bo known that all the big and little fight ing ships iti the U S Navy weigh 113 G44 tons The number of these chick ens was 281000000 and they laid 10 000 000000 eggs The weight of these eggs was 625033 tOilS and their bulk was forty times that of the earth The value of thesO eggs would have paid every centof the expenses of the U S War Department for the year Missouri is the first State in chickens and epgR In the year 1000 the hens of Missouri laid more than 5000000 worth rf eggs beyond the need of their owners the egg crop bringing the wo men of Missouri as much cash as the wheat crop did tho men Louisville Times Advance iu Marriage License Matrimonial inclined couples who iq the future contemplate eloping to Kentucky to get married will do well to put an extra half dollar in their pockets because the license has been mlttod 50 ten if The former price was 2li otlio Some of the County Clerk have received iiotica from the State Auditor that sri f ttth fifty ce ltiiiilf Iw ejwisjml in iw fnfartffor thfeBfs Oil tU document V 5 iii building is estimated at about 200000 A great deal of work has been done on the plant recently and prepara tions were made to start a five thousand barrel run next week It is thought now that immediate steps will be taken to rebuild Fire at Berea Collige Chapel Burns Causing Heavy Loss The burning of the chapel at Berea on last Thursday was an exciting event The fire began from some cause unknown in the most inaccessi ble part of the building at tho rear of the attic It occurred at an hour when all the students were in classes and was not discovered until it had gained too much headway to be successfully combatted with Babcockjextinguishers and fire buckets All the furniture was saved No student was injured The building went rapidly the well built tower standing last where the boll was melted in its place Immediate steps were taken to fit up in one end of the Tabernacle a new au ditorium which will accommodate 1000 persons The work was pushed so rap idly that the new Chapel was actually occupied on Sunday 7 ho Union Church whinli has worshipped in the College Chapel was able to hold its usual services Sunday morning and to baptize some 20 persons Sunday even ing at 3 oclock- It is probable that this Tabernacle will have to be occupied for a considerable time While Berea tins now tome endowment it has been carrying on so extensive a work that it is still largely dependent upon annual gifts for its current expenses and the Presi dent cannot turn aside from the work of securing money for current expenses to get funds for a chapel at once The planning and building of a new chapel will be a work of time and several other buildings are probably more urgently needed The original cost of the chapel was 9000 and it was insured for 5000 It had long been outgrown so that the new auditorium with its larger seating capacity will be a relief at once Prominent Oil Man Dr Elmer Northcntt of Nicholasville who is a leading stockholder in the Mt Sterling Gas Oil Company and also of the Licking Valley Oil Compuny accompanied by Dr E A Wolf and Mr E E Brenner prominent oil men of Dennison 0 who are interested with Dr Northcutt in the Kagland oil fields were at the Phoenix Friday says the Lexington Herald They were heie to meet some prominent Michigan par ties who are dickering for an interest in the oil wells of the Licking Valley Dr Northcutt was the pioneer of the oil developments in the Bath county district and is enthusiastic over the fu ture prospects of the oil business in that region His companies have n ore than twenty producing wells and pumping oil into the mammoth steel tatiA near Salt Lick will begin this week This tank has a capacity of SCfcUO bar rels and is the largest in tho world Dr NorthcuttJeels certain that a large oil refinery will be located in Lexing ton at an early date and lie will do all in his power to aid the enterprise TIlE SICK Dr A Wilkes Smith was reported a ttle better yesterday afternoon He has been resting very well for several days Mr James W Smith was considered a little better Yesterday Mr Caleb Shearer who huts been down with pneumonia for two weeks is a great deal better and will be out in a few days Mr It E Little is out again afiur beIing confined to his room for days Miss Dora Russell who has been in bad health for several years buttered a paralytic stroke Sunday night Supervisors Report The Board of Supervisors completed its work Thursday and turned over the books to Mr T J Berry the clerk of Board The following Is the report Town lots present valuation 1300 200 last year 1340430 ail increase of 25830 Farming lands present valuation 5654250 last ytar i5518050 an in crease of 135300 t Grand total present valuation 9040 780 last year 8902000 Thisinakes a total increase of S872CO A womans lace may be her fortune but a man sometimes relies Bolelytup on his cheek A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GUEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal eini 8ionsweak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men antI women regulates bltulder troubles in children If not sold by your drUg gist will bo sent llymail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two mouths treatment anl will cure mv case above mentioned Dr EW Hall sole mAn- ufacturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug Kists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD Tins Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MovDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and blather trouble I Weighed ISO pounds when I began using It today I weigh 176 pounds and If- pei Luau 1 have in years land cheerfully roconimend to the public4lhQpecmtfully A Umrl t A c sMtt Itch lgl ifiAnDistress by day and night Thats the complaint of are so unfortunate as to with Eczema or Salt Eheum and ont ward applications do not cure They cant The source of the trouble is in the bloodmake that pure and this sealing itching skin disease will disappearI taken with an Itching on my arms which proved very disagreeable 1 concluded It was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla la two days utter I began taking It I felt better and It before I was cured have MRSIIDAHoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid the blood of till impurities and cure nIl eruptions LFlatter the girl and spoil the woman This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier B it lUotanic Blood Balm into new homes We will give away 10000 treatments 1J H will positively cure all blood and skin troll bles nlcnrs scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim pits boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fectinc throat or bntiesmucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBBuiakcs the pure and rich heals every Mile or eruption and stops nil aches and pains Urngcistp 31 For flee treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou blo nut free niedical advice givoli until cured 11 II H cures old deepsnaled eases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment B U composed of puro botiiniu ilrni6 and is the finest blood purifier in the world 1 Its a pity the average man does not lose his tongue when he loses lila head Beware cl Ointments for Catarrh That Con lain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians ns the damage thoy will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co To ledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is tak en internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Drujjgist pricoTo per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Heat Reiterates motion If you dont believe it pick up a redhot poker MARDI GRAS Queen Crescent Rcutc New Orleans February llth Great est MidWinter Fete in the world wierd and beautiful Low rate excursions Queen Crescent Route Finest train service iu the South Two fast 24hour trains every day in the vear from Cin cinnati The trip through tho beau tiful southern country is a holiday in itself All inquiries gladly answered Free printed Matter- V C RIXEAHSON G P A Cincinnati 20Jantit LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY Evwsir eei rA r Lcfr DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN LousvUe and L LGEi Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Train For rates anti farther Information address L J IRWIN G p LOUISVILLE KY For Spring 19O2cm r White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt in ITS Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Ohambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shir- tsNhiteGihsOfl1 RICHMOND tll5 M feft Ten Centfor Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twejty eigbtpage paper in magazine 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Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in goldand silver has come to be pro verbial Men have the same leaning but they disguise it Here are scores of fancies in gold and silver for very little money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellence LE LANE THE BEST PAPER Published In the United States for Democrats and for ALL readers is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dallies and the superior of all other etuiweeklies or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a year and you get it for onl- yLOOAYEAR The Wednesday issue is aevoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfully sent free to all who will ask for them Write to COURIERJOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AKRANORMENT YOU CAN QETTH- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 w Mardi liras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY Jlth J902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vestibuled Limited 24IlOur Schedule Trains from Cincinnati Daily Diners ThroughPullmans Printed Matter for the asking Cha W Zell Dlv Pacs Agt ClnU O CieiandoiLJVauUermarkNJlA J MURPHY RINCARSON- CCNLPA5CuiAcuyC- INCINNATI Home Seekers Excursions at very Low Rates to many points in the following territo ry Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Michigan M inn sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the 14 1 January 21t- February 4t18 IRouh BLI For fun information a particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privi legs etc cah on Agents BiR Four Route or address the undersigned Wfcrren J Lynch W P Deppa GeaapattATletetAgt Aut 01 iT A JtBiSlemi Goni SomSwn Agti Cicinaatt OH pcpi r 1 1 it We Treat You The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality- wool zephvr closely knit assorted solid colors cents Fancy each combination fleecelined Hoods closely knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each of ood Close Iv knit Shawl Fascinators made qunUtywool 4in fancy border at 2 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs Jhebest cent Handktrchlcf ever pro duced staple borders of Rod and Blue also plain White stSc each The leader of the lineMens Softest fin ished French Handkerchief Lawn one inch border printed In tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patteics In two color effects at lOc Silky Japanette Cloth Handkerchiefsone Inch hem white initial In corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 2oc ever Lawn J of in de size new that line size soft in f4 I rL1 Ml rL1r tt tt o IIDcakesrbusinesssafe1 hold braidat SK ktmstitched Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs 11 Gvte QxsXVts BeA Seate Fsuperior quality White Quilt made bleached signs hemmed Spread just added iOx8t extra fihish 2ply nobby raised centers hemmed IA Drive Genuine Marsailles Quilts Core Main First St 1If weight f iea In order make immense stock Spring Goods are of Dry Goods Notions Corsets coming every train must make as rapidly as hence to close goods now on our shelves rj 1 of having been of from houses in United States store a convince business Yours for McCann Bldg KYt ANTITOXIN FOR DISEASES from the Board of Agriculture from States In the Corn Belt show losses In 1839 of 111DeVAuxments and succeeded In the true of swine diseases and u Serum Antitoxin which is only by the Chemical Co of liver 400 00 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this flogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated Tue Company guarantees that the Antitoxin in well swine will death by disease and in sick ofI will caveat least percent In caseot roIfundedAalttoxla Orderaccprding to the number of hogs to be treated One vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 OtVaux Chemical 131 Van Bnren Street Chicago 21aprly 000 so r 0 0 e I I I r t I t I SENDgG S 0s 0s e 00 SISO- 0ss i eo a 0 0 Le 5 s 800ora trial months sub HSS 0S55 scription to OB 5S SI 8fg Louisville 0 S a T I M Tfcz Brightent and Af a iff the e II Market Quotatloes 0e Latest State Airtbe Local Newse II Complete Press Reports SI e ii 55 In S outi5S55 0s Ss-AND OVER DAILY e 850c a Months iofiefJIr 0 e I5 SOS AVE LooisviIfet Ky 1t s er ii i 0 L found Willalways help you your- O ground i 11 Eiderdown Cloaks Fancy colored Eiderdown weight collar edged with Angora fur lined throughout with cream colored Flannelette one lit the best values produced now SOc Cloth Cloaks in dark blue and red with large sailor collar npliqued in white silk and SUO t t b fin town see us When at borne us In either case well Ion Money Ladies Handkerchiefs Shrer High Grade Lawn onehalf border atic N 2134 HimstiUhed Handkerchiefs one half inch made f soft Swiss erabrrud red all ar und in very patterns cf chain work flowers and leaf patUrns win worth 15c at lee Ladles Swiss with of Wallace flowtr designs at25c Novelty Mnfflsrs in popular colors msrii ef high grade English Serge size 29x28 at rc axv Oxford yarn new 70x73 49c each Revere a has been to the at 99c eachfine yarn i I 333 grade Marsailles Quilts 124 size extra heavy large floral patterns surrounded bv novel groupings of ferns and flowers the handsomest I Quilt ever offered for the Price S4 special for this week 299 Ask to see them OWEN MCKEE Richmond Kentucky o itff3xwi 000D THINGS tHkofflood Goods to room for our of we offering greatest Sale Shoes Hoisery Em broidery Etc that has ever been seen in Richmond GJ01ff Spring hoods Are in on and we room possible our decision out the win ter stock of at REDUCED PRICES r Our line goods is complete selected with greatest care the best the Give our call and we will you that we mean bargains LEE SMITliA RICHMOND SWINE Returns isolating germ prepared manufactured DeVanr Chicago remedy Injection their prevent ounce Company eee ssosse1t 5 C the ESBest ternoon Paper IDSouthLatest Newssass Largest Circulation the 36000 FOURTH s- 5qs iWW JJ j Childrens good turnover white was 115 When write inch tasteful whit borders at CI iQuality high center money the Slaughter the k 71 Fffi m7f 71 6J1 I t i I I have accepted the sXtr agency for Richmond anil Madison county for the Great Atlantic d 7 and Pacific Ten and ii Coffee Co andatn now titbeatI I t Powder Spices or Ex tracts and at the SAme llltune get useful and beautiful presentsfrte ASave your orders for Are Thlfme good z teed and the prlcesLowest Il r 1 Respectfully P F ADAMSR I Richmond Ky 7I YYffi7I71 75 1 I++ ++ + + ++ tT i flURMAN t has made Richmond the best market onHidesSkinF old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zino and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people can tinY good prices Thurman can pay better prices always tho high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market will buy them nil the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES tJIr IoJ Thurman Grocery C jantf r lJot11ec f J t i i4 IIap A n fi r t Zg It k a 1PllrI z I i K vM = = rr = r F r tf ourUi QUEENSWAREand perhaps havew 1per regardlessi t or now or in the centcare strictly for CASH I 4tf If you want anything special in v the way of L Fancy Groceries z3 jj Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP s I4j DEATHER fiE i 143 COj I The Richmond Climax WLtESDAY FEB 5 1902 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is nW losated over J B Stouffers tloliing Store 6febtf Bring your maRazhiesand old books to tup CLIMAX for firstclass binding Pirtiea having corn for sale write Enrnain Bennett Co Silver Creek Kydec48wDr Hobson dentist next door t v eminent building tf Richmond Ky K J McKee Uauger has beea segued to duty at the Warwick dis tiUTv beginning Febauary 10 Your attention is called to what Vip ft Gibson the enterprising dry g Is merchants hayo to say in another cliiin The county officers have moved bi into the Court House after hav ciiinped out for four months and tu ail ltl well paid for their outing The Louieville and Atlantic has jiavd an order for one hundred new ca to enable them to handle the c 1 Uistness of the mines along their iH Deatherage Co are closing cm their large assortment of queens wit glassware lamp etc Prices are wiiiiiu tire reach of alt Call and ex amiuf their stock before making a pur- Cii r V B Shackelford Co invite tn riul their new advertisement on an outsile page today They have inter esiiiji things to say about stoves and had ware as well as plows wagons and tanning implements Ftr Rent liur rooms to rent cheap Welt Jo cutcii Apply to ahurman Grocery CuULost A pair of glawei Adolph Jordan iiner on the CUBe Return to this oIlL 25detf Public Sale 1 will sell at public auction on the V Jp February 22 at 230 oclock te ifidence occupied by me on See onl street DR L J FHAZE- Etei1 3t For SaleiWe iilTsr for pals privately a thirty ft boiler anti long stroke engine iafingete ready for use wilt sell very IPIII For particulrs apply to lI For J D Chenault or this office lie 4 tf Elliston Mill Co Effective at OPC Te LotiiKvilla and Nashville will h r tifk is to Lxington held by pasengors on train So 10 leaving here a ia w via Paris when C 0 t a is itt hour or more lale if passen Jr uire ii Jiru i2 3t Strayed or Stolen Nvyed from my place at Paint Lick- a cow with spots on her body ring is ar mid dehorned Hits been gone- f n veks Liberal reward offered f r rturn Notify J S Campbell P Lick or this office febo 4t MardI Gras- account of Mardi Gras the L XI sell round trip ticknts to New 0 ins Mobile and Perieacola at one he February tli to 10th good return ing until Kebmary 15th with privilege of iiiving tickols extended until Feb rliry 2Sth Short Term account of a hick of funds the tr PS of the Ford public school hav- eIpi11 to have only a six months HI this year A subscription aijol will ba organized for the springer so that no time shU 1m lost by those who want to keep their children in school Saw Mill Accident Mr Cleo Richardson sawyer at The painfullyiuredon the carriage The log slipped Id Ms left leg was caught between log and the carriage spike sinking hoe in the leg just above the knee DONors say it will be three weeks be ore Mr Richardson News can resume his- llrkJessamine Ln 0 1 Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fico over Middletons drugstore July 17tf Corn Wanted Burnam Bennett Co Silver Creek Ky want 10000 barrels of corn write them for prices 4dec8w IGone U Frankfort where ho has a position in the office of Insurance Commissioner John B Chen ault Strayed or Stolen On Friday night a bay horse six years old 16 hands high right 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 FOWLER jan 292t Kirksville Ky Coming Home Dr J J Brooks who has resided at Crab Orchard for several years has sold out his drug store there There is a strong probability that he and Mrs Brooks will return to Richmond to live For a number of years he was one of the leading business men of this city and all his friends will be glad to see him return Situation Wanted A young man sober industrious moral and of fair education wishes a position as clerk in a mercantile house dr goods preterred reasonable compensation only demanded Best of references given including Mr A D Miller of the Richmond Climax Ad dress B IL W care Richmond Climax ljan4w Resumes Operation After a suspension of severalmonth the Southern Lumber Co of Valley View resumed operations again last Tuesday They have several thou sand logs on hands with the prospects of securing a great many more The whole plant has been put in excellent running order and everything is in readiness for a good run Admitted to the Bar Mrs C W Cobb having passed a creditable examination was admitted to the Bar last Wednesday Mrs Cobb is an expert stenographer and has blue enters her profession nut as a whol y In experienced lawyer Mrs Cobb s the second woman admitted to the Madison Bar the first being Mis Flori da Parrish who was admited six years ago and who has beeu very successful in the professionk Proposed Coliseum Messrs Shelby T Harbison Co in the near future The idea is to coot blue a convention hall with a big sales arena and exhibition place It is pos sible that an annual horse show will in the event of this building bring erected be given also This should be done bnil means for Lexington is the yery Ijeart of the horse universe and no better show could he given anywhere in the land than there Pnblic Sale of Live Stock In order to wind up a partnership business we have decided to dispose at public auction in front of the Court house in this city at 1030 on Monday March ant 1002 the following list of live stock One 3 yearold black Sqnirrel stallion One 4yearold Black Hawk and Don Quinn stallion three ayearold jacks one 6yearold jack and one Gyearold jennet DC Griggs 4t JaaElkln Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents DB HOBSON Richmond Ky A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days auction sale in tine jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean atock of watch es diamonds and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my already large tock I have became ac customed to giving goods away at half prices and it Is now no hardship to me to sell you any thing in my line twenty per cent less than you will be able to get the same any place in the United States Respectfully 8m D P Armor GROCERIES I DeputyCircuit AttorneyJ ereci Always Fresh And The Best Give us a Trial Order en trIo 6en tM1LIER B- S J ciiIi 1 Dr Hobson Dentist Kyapr17tftslray ouJanuarycared for by me Owner can have same by paying cost MYERSjan29 Beat the Whole Fielda thePastea ystatingcongraubatjughave ptheease having distanced all competitors He prizes tb congratulatory letter from veryhighlyhumor to sell more fence this year than ever before Paid For His Farm Mr HS MorCanof Whites Sta tion not being satisfied with raising the pisbacco grower He has for several priceshiswhich IB equivalent to 0 cints in the city The crop after being divided equally with the cropper and after all expense wro paid Mr Morgan net ted the neat sum of 13 per acre It is our opinion that no farmer In Central Kentucky has beaten that this year Violin Instructor Prot Joseph Meiler of Lexington will visit Madison Institute every Mon day hereafter to givo lessonson the vi olin mandolin and guitar This is a rare opportunity for some of tho citi zeus of this community to take lessons on one of these instruments for Prof Metier is an accomplished musician and an excellent teacher Some of the best amateur performers in the State received their instruction from him matterIme at onre J W McGarvej Jr Principal Mad ison Institute Handkerchief Sale and Reception The Young Ladies Missionary Circle of the Christian church will hold a Handkerchief Sale and Reception In Joplins store Friday February 7 Afternoon 2 to 5 night 7 to 10 There will be handkerchiefs for sale from till over the world at tho lowest prices Russian tea will be served free and there will also be a splendid musical program including the following Rifted musicians Misses Winn Taylor Kate Smith Olive Baldwin Bethonia McCliord Ann Bennett Florrie Chen ault Mesdames McClintock Pickels Middleton Messrs Thomas Jones Joplin Beasley and others A Miney Saving Move Editor J L Sowers of tIe Argent was up from Valley View Monday He seemed pleased with the recent change ha has made in getting out his papr at NichoUsville andexpressed himself as confident of making the Ar gent a greater success than ever in the future Ho gave ns rather peculiar reason for reducing tho subscription price of his paper frtn one dollar to flfty cents which by the way is a very goodone He calculates that by re clueing the price he savcslmoney because when a subscriber declines to pay up he loses but fifty cents whereas formerly lie lost a dollar Howard Received Lila Sentence The jury iii the case of Jim Howard after deliberating for two houra and ten minutes Thursday returned a ver dict of sruilty fixing the defendants punishment at life imprisonment On the early ballots five jurors are said to have voted for the death penalty Howards attorneys announced that would make a motion for a new triaiIn case the motion was overruled they will again take the case to the Court of Appeals This was Howards second trial On the first trial he was found guilty and sentenced to hang but the Court of Ap peals set aside the verdict and granted a rehearing of the case Volume ol Verses by James Blithe Anderson A volume of verses from the pen of a Fayette county writer is soon to make its appearance from the presses of the A Wessels Company New York The title of the book is The Nameless Hero and its author Is Mr James Blytho Anderson a well known citi zen of Fayette county and a member of the Filson Club The volumo takes its title from the initial poem and the interest of the story will depend upon the exciting ift cidcnt upon which it is founded as well as upon its intrinsic excellence The story is woven about the ruth less execution of the ten Confederates at Palmyra Mo by the order of Gen John McNeil and is for the most part a faithful narrative of the facts in tho case The book nill be printed on good pa per and will be neatly bound The Sleet Storm It Is rather consoling to know thati we were not the only ones who Buffered by the terrible sleet storm ot last week Although the damage done nere was great it was small in compar ison to what some other sections suf fered The rain beganjto turn to ice Tuesday night and by Wednesday morning hundreds of trees were down the streets and yards being blocked with limbs The telephone and alec trie light wires were down all over town The crashing kept up all day Wednesday and Thursday For thirty six hours we had no telegraph or t le phone connections with the outside world The trains were belated and nearly every line of business was demoralized By the Mayors order the electric light was cut out Wednesday night aiid the city was left largely hi the dark By great efforts of the linemen the lights weretnrned on the next night The telephone lines suffered gloat loss and had it not been that new poles had been erected recently all over town the whole system would have been wrecked The Western Union HiS ablo to reach Lexington at 7 oclock Thursday night and in a few hours it was ppssiule to get Louisville and Cincinnati Thedamage done the various tines will run up Into the thousands and it will take weeka to get every thing back Into perfect working order again No one can estimate the dam age done the shade and fruit trees throughout the town and county The sleet was tepecially hard on the farm era who have cattle to feed aa the fod tier shocks wero imbedded mice In Lexington the damage done the telephone telegraph light and railway 8 Btem it estimated at from 2000 to 4000 each TjiHt city was without htMII for BYeraluIghIe and j1 vef1- v y suffered tort tbar wt c n o v A Son and Hair General and Mrs John Hooe Russell formerly Miss Minerva Park Phelps of Huntington W Va welcomed a handsome son to theic home oh Sunday February 2 at 5 p in Court Day Owing to the very cold weather Monday the Court Day crowd was small he Madison Stock Yards reported out 1500 cattle on the market with prices ranging from 2j to 5 cents Norris Broa had about cattle in their ards with prices about the same as uoted above There were also a few sheep and a number of good mules and horses all of which brought good rices A Treat lit Store Miss Minnie Dykes who has been studying voice and piano in Cincinnati since September will give a concert in Kichmond February 20 She will- sb assisted by her teacher Mr Oscar Ehrgott of the Ehrcott Music School Miss Minnio has received much encouragement from her teacher and hopes in the future to make music her rofession Richmond will no doubt how her appreciation of this young singers efforts and make this occasion a great success hj her enthusiasm and hearty support lucreaseol Membership The membership contest of the Young Mens Christian Association closed last Friday afternoon at three oclock At that hour the Whites reported 79 new members and the Blues 31 making 110 in all The local Association how has a membership of near ly two hundred and it is growing every day Through the liberality of Mr C E Woods and several other persons interested In the work the rooms have been handsomely carpetted and furnished The reading room will be opened in a few days containing besides books a number of the leading mag Hzines and several daily papers There is plenty of of room for the Y M C A to work in hero and before summer the present membership should be doubled 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 pas furnished on and after Dec 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofJgaa from 200 to 175 8oBut notice is especblly given that this discount on gas will not he allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf Alter Shiners Deputy Collector W T Short and U S Commissioner W C Burnett had an exciting clime after moonshiners out in Rockcastle count a few day ago The stilt was located in a ravine leading into Crooked Creek not far from the little village ef Withers When the officers reached Withers they found that the heavy rains Lad put the creek beyond the fording point They hat to eros the creek to reach the still and so securing a canol thcy umbarked on the muddy waters When the middle of the stream was reached Capt Short lost his balance and went into water and it was with difficulty that he was rescued After a perilous voy age the two finally reached the distil lery which they destroyed The op erators of the still having been apprised of the presence of the officers made otT with all the stock on hand Supposed to Have been Here Bill Willieford who was arrested in Lexington last week for alleged com plicity in the murder of J N1 Haw king in December is said to have been iu this city several times since the night of the tragedy When inter viewed officers Allman and ONeil said that they were familiar with the haunts frequented by Willieford here but that do far as they knew he had not been in this city since last spring As they keep a sharp eye on all such characters it is improbable that had been here without their knowledge The detectives who kept track of Willieford say that he came here on a freight the night of the murder and went from here to Cincinnati return ing again to this city a few days later He was followed from here to Georgetown and from there to Frankfort and Eminence and finally decoyed back to Lexington where he was arrested The Real Thing Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill received a present from A L Kirby of California last week a taste of which would tickle the palate of the most fatidious It was nothing less than a case of Port Wine from St Georges Vineyard near Sacremento When Mr Kirby came here about two months ego to be tried on an old murder charge he made a great many friends among the county officers He returned to California followed by tho best wishes of those who had caused his return and for this friendship and to show his appreciation for the kindly treat ment he had received he sent Mr Terrill sixteen quarts of the best wine that California could afford Mr Tar rill followed out Mr Kirbys wishes by giving the court a taste as well as all the officers and the jury which tried him We might add that he visited the CLIMAX We called in our Samplers of the Livuids who pronounced the article A 1 Notice Id Teachers 1 have recently purchased and placed in our County Library three dozen vol umes of nice and well selected books which are now ready for distribution to teachers If you have a library book please return it and get n new one Utilize yorir valuable time these long winter nights by reading good lit erature books on pedagogy and meth ods of teaching You will get new in apheLion and ejevato your ideal of what the teacher should be in his profession but books are not the only things you should read Every teacher ought to read two or three Educational Jour nals and newspapers and keep pace with the times You will find out when you take the examination next May or June that you ought to be posted on current events aa well as on text books It will be tbeaimof the State Board of Ex aminers to gradually raise the standard of the teacher by making the Tcst in examinations a little stronger each year The County Board of Examiners will do their duty along this line by a careful grading ofjapers- Very respectfully W9liR1upt1obrll4r ij PERSONAL Mr Jlllbn Zaring was in Lexington last week Mr G A Roy of JUcholasville was in the city Saturday Mr Phil L Willging was at home several days this week lIon Harvey Helm of Stanford attend court here last weekcMr George W Pickels of State Col lege spent Sunday at home Mr Thomas H PicCels spent Sun day with friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs R C Stockton visited relatives in Versailles last week Mrs George Ballew is visiting Mr and Mr Joseph Francis in Lancaster Mr Jas Neal of Winchester was tho guest of friends in this county Sun day Hon R C Warren of Stanford pent several days in the city last week Mr C K Boucher attended theY M C A Convention at Shelby villo last week Judge J M Benton of Winchester was in the city last week attending court Mrs Booker and daughter Lucy White has returned from a visit to Danville Misses Lida and Jessie Stevens of Fayette visited relatives in this county last week Miss Elizabeth McGuiar of Shelby ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Hugh McLellaa Miss Marie Jones of Kansas Citv is the guest of her sister Mrs Scanlan near White Hall Mr J B Willis of Crab Orchard tins been visiting his old friends here for several days Mr and Mrs Lacey L Bright are at home after having spent several mouths in Louisville Miss Lucy Crowe has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Ver sailles and Louisville Mr Joe A Cohen the wellknown Woodford county cattle buyer was one of the court day visitors Mr Silas Cobb of Pitti burg was in the city Monday tlie guest of his broth er Hon J Tevis Cobb Prof J D Clark of Fayette county was in the city last week the guest of Mr R C H Covington Mrs Mary Willis is quite ill at her home near the city and her friends have dispaired of her recovery Mrs E Tutt Burnam has returned from I visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J M Kennedy at Covington- Mr W T Barnes of Silver Creek lelt last week for Florida where he will spend the lemainder of the winter Miss Etta Taylor of Pine Grove and Miss Madge Mann of Carlisle were the guests of Miss Tompie Taylor last and Mrs W W Estill and Miss Martha Chenault Estill all of Fayette county will go South In a few days to spend the winter in Florida Miss Fannie Samuels returned home Sunday night from Canton Ohio where she has been visiting her sister Mrs J W Turman for Several months Mrs D M Chinault Miss Earl Che nault Miss Berthenia McCliord and Mr Farris McCord are in Winchester today to attend the McCord Prewitt wedding Mr J T Ferrill who was called home by his fathers illness lust week returned Saturday We are glad to improvedinCol John R Gibson left yesterday morning for Point Pleasant W Va where his marriage with Miss Lucie Mentor McGuffln will be solemnized this morning Miss Isabel P Walker of Garrard county who is a frequent visitor here graduated last week from the Training GraystreetInfirmllry Mrs Laura Estill Francis and Mrs Col John Cunningham of Roeedale Bourbon connty have returned homn from a delightful visit to Col and Mrs Wallace Estill of Fayette county Ky Mrs W II Bruce of Springfield III orders the CUMAX sent to her address Mrs Bruce was formerly Miss Belle Winburn who graduated at Caldwell High School in 1899 and she desires to keep up with her old Richmond Anne Milward will leave Wed 1IrsIin Richmond Ky Miss Mary Kellogg of Cincinnati after a vuit to Mrs C Morgan has gone to Richmond to visit Mr and Mrs Kellogg until TuesdayLexing- ton Leader After live years teaching at Madison Institute Miss Mary Ford has resigned her position there and accepted the chair of mathemaths in Logan College UusRellville Ky During her stay here Miss Ford has made a great many friends who will be sorrow to see her leave Miss Elizabeth Barbour and tho Rev Peyton Hoge will deliver ajoint lecture at the Worrans Club Wednesday af ternoon Tho subject will behThe Function of Humor The lecture will begin at 3 oclock at the Elks Home and the usual admission leo of fifty cents will be charged Louisville Times Mr W D Oldham of the Busy Bee Cash store this city left for Cincinna ti Monday where he will be joined by Messrs H C Shipp Cynthiana Old ham Bros of Mt Sterling and HW McKinney of Georgetown managers of Busy Bee stores iu their respective cities and from there will go to Chica go and Now York where they will purchase their Spring and Summer stock of dry goods and notions Mr E V Thdlock of Cliutonville formerly editor of the Central News is doing some excellent feature work on the Morning Herald Last Sundays paper contained his History of EourI Lexingtons a well written setting forth the history of Lexington from the founding oi the city to the present day Mr Tadlocks friends have great faith in his ability and wilt watch with Interest Ids career in his chosen profession Miss MaryH Little entertained Miss Elizabeth Robinson of Winchester at dinner on Saturday evening Covers were laid for Misses Robinson and Winn ot Winchester Misses Sue HnmeJulla Higgins Florrie Chenault Van Green tea i Mary Little and Messrs Jim Neal Warfield Bennett Alex Denny Dr H M Blantpn Joe Evans S A Bullock and T H Little One of the many pleasant features of the evening was the matching of wit by conundrum guess lngMiS8 Robinson the guest of honor and Dr Blautou winning the prizes a pa4thnaaite in the art SIr DarriU White the ln tntrft r jI I bio newspaper correspondent who ought to liye in New York but who is content to let his light shine at Millers Creek Estill county was herO Mon day Mr Whito is frem choice like the rose born to blush unseen and waste its sweetness on the desert air His education has fitted him 10 adorn almost any sphere anti we hope someday that his better judgment Willover his attachment for the place of his nativity so that he wilf move to some place fully worthy of his con spicuous talents to a place like Rich mond for instance where he could illumine the pages of the CLIMAX with dozens of such inimitable productions like the Buck Creek wedding that made him famous among literatures thirteen years ago Come again Mr White Come in tile evening or come In the morning Let us know when you come or come without warning For theres no one on earth so welcone as you Your wife and your children and your mother inlaw too RELIGIOUS Rev D G Combs is holding a protracted meeting at Bear Wallow Next Sunday night Mr Hugh Mc Lellan will preach to young men sub ject The Gospel for a young man Male Quartette Rev Hugh McLelland of Richmond spoke on What a Million Disciples of Christ Can and Should Do He spoke of the word million Peope love it They linger on it as they speak it At the same time wn fall to grasp its full meaning If a million men were to be lined up the first man wouldstand in Kansas and the last man would be far over the Allegha tiles A million men can do anything Then he called attention to the word iisclples It It is but a million people but a million men who are filled with the spirit of Christ Lexington Lea- derMATRIMONIAL EoixiTTTncKKK Rev F S Pollitt formerly pastor of the M Eo church in this city was married last week to Miss Shirley Tucker of Dry Ridge BROOKSIIIKEADAMS Mr Allen Rrnokshire of Riverside nod Miss Gillie Adams of Waco Madison conn ty were married at the homo of the bride Wednesday Mr Brook shire is a spiel did young man and is well thought of by all his acquaintances The bride who is a slater of Prof R C Adams the wellknown singing master is a very pretty young lady and is worthy of the man she has won They will reside at Riversid- eGuixsTaAnSNowvacThe marriage of Mr Everett Grinstead of College Hill and Miss Maude Muller Snowden of Clark county took place at the house of the bride yesterday Tho bride is said to be one of Clark countyii fairest daughters Mr Grinstead is n son of Mrs lime Grinstead of College Hill and is a wellknown and popular young man BnossTosOLDiiAsr William S Bronston end Miss Sallie Oldham were married at the home of Mr Magee near this city Sunday morning at 1 oclock Rev Jeff Tribblo tho officiating minister was called up in the middle of the night to tie thin knot which he did in his most pleasing manner DEATHS CLAUY Thomas Clary died at his home in this citr Friday of consump tion aged thirty years Tho remains were taken to Lexington for interment Saturday afternoon TUDOU Mrs Mary 11 Tudor died at her home in Cincinnati last Saturday aged 73 years Mrs Tudor was the wire of the late Mack Tudor and a sis tar of Mr G J White of this city Tho remains were brought to this city yesterday for burial LASTEB William Lanter one of the oldest and best known citizens of the county died at his home near Union City aged about 78 years lIe was the father of five children two eons and three daughters all oj whom are liv fig The funeral services were conducted by Elder J W Harding of Winchester and interment took place in the family burying ground SInnoNsMIss Tabitha Simmons died at the home of her sister Mrs Shearer near this city Thursday af ter an illness of about two weeks The funeral was held in the Kirksville Christian Church yesterday after which the burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Miss Simmons was about fiftyeight years of age and belonged to one of the most prcmineut families in the county She had been for many years a devout member of the Christian Church Besides two brothers and three sisters sho leaves a large circle of relatives to mourn her loss SANDERSON Prof Samuel J San derson formerly of Central University died at his home atHJarrollton Miss last Thursday after an illness of sev eral weeks of typhoid fever The news of his death came as a great iihock to the friends of his family In this city It was known here that he wan ill but no one realized that his condition was serious The funeral s rvicos were conducted by Dr Dodge yesterday after which thej Interment to k place In tile Richmond Cemetery Mr San derson was born at Vaiden Mss He was educated at French Camp Acade my and the University of Mississippi In September of 1800 he canvj to this city to take a position in the prepara tory school of Central University and from that year until Suite 1901 he was the Principal of tIle school and Adjunct Professor of Latin and Greek Prof Sanderson was married to Mls Mary Logan daughter of Dr J V Logan in November 1900 They went to Carroll ton last September where Prof San derson had accepted the prlncipalship of a large school During the six years spent in this city Prof Sanderson made many friends who admired him for his irjanly bearing and his noble Christian character Th Goldeu Wonder or Retro Cure is guaranteed to cure Rheiimatisli Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgih Lame Back Inflammatory Rheumatism Cramp in StomaohDiarrhoeajCholera Morbus Headache and Toothache Sore Throat Sprains Frostal Feet CbillblalnsYContractedMnsclei Cramp and all aches amid pains about the body Eureka Compound ii the greatest known remedy for the Blood Indiges tion Kidney and other bloodisea es Testimonials furnished on apjs libation For sale by Perry Thom Rich mond ty Ii M fIIB t P SCOTT DRUG tot CliesiBMt St Lexingtq i Xy unit WeA iaii1I tIn atra1lfL oo IJf i L f 4Pririb 11 Ladies Shirt Waists 1 So generously did the ladies patronize our Shirt Waist Sale last spring that we have 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 From taD W orl s Gr test DD ignDrs Suchan assortment of exclusive styles dependable fabrics and artistic creations cannot be found in any dry goods store even in the largest cities Many beautiful dress patterns among them Come first and get first choice Prices 20 30 and 40 cents a yard and some extra fine imported weaves at 50c COVINGTON BANKS TravelingBags 1 Millions Put to Work Tho wonderful activity of the new century is shown by an enormous demand for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Con stipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble Of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store m When fellow falls in love with himself he seldom gets over it Bucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous compound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation mas yearlyFelons Skin Eruptions It cures or no pay 25c at Perry Thomas drugstore 1m Some people feather their nests with borrowed plumes Theres Many Slip on the ice or wet ground at this time of year and many sore spot in conic quence No amount of caution will guarantee you against accident That is why we keep Perry Davis Painkiller on hand to relieve the ache ef bruised flesh and sore throbbing muscle It has given relief to two generations PerryDavisA good many loose habits are noth but nightrobes ling II Could Get Rid of this abominablo cold exclaimed the sufferer when the end of spasm of coughing gave him chance to talk plainTakemerciless grip of the cold has fastened upon throat and lungs After few doses the cough is easier and less frequent and complete cure is but the question of little time An old bachelor is man who is too late for the fair Legacy of the Grip Is often rundown system Weak ness nervousness lack of appetite en ergy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bittersthe splen did tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thou sands have proved that they wonder fully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only SOc Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Perry Thomas druggist 1m Bowing to circumstances IB apt to be forced politeness Saved Her Childs Life In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by Pneumonia al most to skeleton writes Mm W Watkins of Pleasant City O A ter rible cough set in that in spite of good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse every day We Discoveryforsoon sound and well We are sure this grand medicine saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and alt Lung disease Perry di Thomas druggist guarantee satisfaction COc 100 Tial bottles free 1 in A materir theatricals are the unfor mented wine of the stage The popular view of the relation the blood to human character and conduct is marked In many a familiar ex pression We speak of there being bad between people at enmity of blue blood as Indicating ancestry of black blood as describing treach eroHi nature and in ninny another phrase mark our belief that in the mental moral and physical man the blood U the life The one basis of healthful happy and useful life is pure blood the blood pure disease has ne permanent lodging place in the iTStem this reason the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov ery ride th body of diseases which hue their origin in impurity of the blood It absolutely purifies the blood carrying off the waste and poisonous matter increasing the action of the blood making gland and building up the body by supplying the blood in quantity and au ch as la wseii tial to condition of health It cures ninetytight people out of every hun derpd who give it fair trlaU Poverty frequently brings change of landlords A Cure For Lumbago W C Williamson of Amherst Va says For than year I suf fered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other rem edies had failed to do 1oldby Stock ton li Haffan 1ra Truth prevails in the end but lie always leads in the stretch Marti eras The L A R Jk will soil tickeU la New Orleine La and Mobilt Ala F brary 4th to 10th Inclusive with Mutal limit February IBth at one fpz for roud snip iOiittt Mitil Gras 0 Vi ftmrnlag wR4 G nUMss IW i t i 1 a a a a a a a a a a a a o a a a a a a a t Ivy Your tMoii Our Gold Pays Per on Deposit Mutual Insurance Company JC Speetal Agent Rlobmond State Interest cj3 13 w dI J 11 f if 1 ft 1111I f KentucKys t7J Greatest 4 t i t 1t1oI vI iAs7 efAfP I D j fas Yar 012 C los FV ilAIL ri s OeI 1k If I t Jii C E l 1Li i ui9V IHe DIut egta ind est Jfc in thei lJfrom lOlo t 5 2 j Zcj i2i AJ is raa eM urI 5p011FRo I A t py ef II a ociiJs aued icvci pJ 1241110 ie J6o e oi over 6AU pru i WEL t ii Mniir iu lcd iticscripUvn fur s JaR one scar uduic Ar11 ZoJiY4t SV1ES UY QtY qfOneVcr 3 f nns2 3 flunliw One Vontli SOc will be tmJ to itnd sample copies on application 7iTHE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY l t i HENRY BROS FAIRFIELD IOWA Announce to their Trade they are offering their Black Diamond Seed Oats 100 Ibs 3 or 500 Ibs 13 Iowas Premium Whlto 1 Oats 100 lbs or 500 lbs 12 Yellow Dent Corn lGOper y bu jor 6 bu 750 Choice White Corn S150 per bUj or 6 bu for 760 Sacks Free Cash With Order Write for prices of 7 Choice Clover and Millet Seed j ffThis signature Is on every box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tableta tho remedy that cures o cold In one Uay Asoldier doesnt necessarily undergo a surgical operation Wile deprived of his arms TO OTJS A COLD IS ONE DAY TabletsiAlrdrugJlsts fails to cure Eo W Groves signature is on each box cents The gossip never makes a long story short enough to leave out the scandal Dr Whites Electric Oom so Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building State A ent favorably Stops the Couch ludVtcrkloS Cord Laxative Bromo Qtinlne cure a cold in one day Noi pay Price 25 cents JBudding genius like th always bear j Tetter SaltKl The intense itcl dentto these by applyhig Skin Ointw have beep igcqnall a Javc cha a4 fWooi poifiit- f m not food btinaiiepeondttlou 4i tiVEndowment Bond Three Interest The Life of Kentucky BUCK JR Ky Bank Trust Company Building Paid Annually 1 feiIii7J iasRII9 HA2L 12S i S275 Seed Timothy 25 1One Notice to Creditors 4All parties having claims against the estate of Boyle Doty deceased Tclll presoittl same to the undersigned properly rinSe or before February 151552 or the sunr barred tAJan 1902 Adndu- 15an5w it Notice to C All parties haTlng of D BMUlerdj the undersigned iei March IDOVoc SSIaa 1 iuiablImc 5I fZi1 w lwich t Jon ci clUi 41 Hldu1iIIProduce tudaaiiisg 1itaM 1 1i Dir We also hai4I t1 kI c rntiLuiss w isuil Qot we inftpoe to JeA i a IP tiOi LaNi n17 iFI w 1T 1 r L Pd P r i NI 1 Loiinilh k itlutle Eilroi L DAILY EX SUNDAY LrI S LEAVE EICHMOKD oaillLanIb I Inv11alld jiciuuttj vtu t For JrdIWlIr1am pmIi 1nJ 1TUa itivn RICH MONO lJl From uuxiili licclBcton aod nIIam- r Cincinnati l2lyiF Ivinj 32 pm- Miliirilri reek diJtC K Jill OWXIXO QU Mgr Go to D P ARMERS forth largest stock and lowest prices in Jewelry Line ocmnw n MORE UVES ARf SAVED Ji Dr KingsN 1JisGov6rYi FOIL E samptieH Coughs Gmt Colds JIaa By AU Other Throet And Xiag Remedies Combined positivelyeJI HayFWhoopngCouPrice 60c SI Trial Bottlo Free OKLAHOMAI Territory Texas 4 BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central IIemphisOnly Rord fly IMVIHK Ixinisxilleat noon 3Ost SDej Only Line Running Free Reclining Chair Cars out Louisville For flehednle and rates write to R H FOWLER Tnr Pus Agt I C B IL Louisville Ky because andatI lhnness re StitdieafStS hamnentot on jkeeps k Ilooking like wears tIuse Harness Oil Sold bereI Ialhires ny Oil v cbL QQL- We AL have just opened a 2S COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the best Coal at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty yule Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt service full weight Give us a call Ii iltii DEI Co Phone ill JACK FREEMAN Mgr oct612w THE KNOBLElY- VATER FILTER GERM PROOF RACITICAL lECTF1LTflRIerhome mercial use We guarantee ourIFILTERS to smH A perfect satisfao pcit ft Oats lion it desiredPer 1t6u1 wc will put up a- iLTIR in your home or office foe weeks trial to show you its iserits Send fer Canpltt CatalogteI tilE KNOBLE FILTE LTOIJI HEICHICAGO 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General Manager J 1 zTh ioffaQ1t Gratty roty o Incorpbratad CONTRACTtI r The BEST it f ti WxUmake you the H 0 I II t 4 f Most Money II i POSITIVELY I S to CO- w 1ilI It is BEST because V there is no high ratio 3 w- f for J business on our Books tuuw + w reqjires LESS money to com i t Cplete an Investment in The Jeffdr J son than in any other Company f itI JeKerMEfrHKW and undjrltj WeekJ Contract caneIL you virtually JtiJOrQuDd FloorMlasIaesi every Uth week ttI A Jrial will prove time wisdom of an Investment in The JfCer ontj A 7NOME OFIiICE Ici 022 N Upper St LEXINGTONKY rr rr pi fit r T QUEEREST OF ALL THEFTS A Kot Very fnrtlcalnr Thl fCnrrl- tsloa SeventyFive Skunks With ont Lenvlnc Any Truce Wall a MOD tour county farmer would liketo know who stole his skunks Wall lately had 75 lIne skunks One night they were all tak en away in a bunch and Woll has been nosing around the neighborhood ever since trying to strike the trajl otthe thief says a Hazleton CPa correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocean Its dammed strange he said last night after a weary days hunt that I cant strike nary a trail stands to reason somebody stole themIskunks and its equally sure it 4prettya trail I could follow Woll established a skunk farm about six weeks ago in a remote part ofMon tour county and stocked it with 75 skunks and 300 bull frogs from both of which he expected to realize con siderable revenue especially from the skunks which are becoming scarcer hereabouts every year and consequently more valuable for commercial purposesThe thrived from the start and Woll found that so longas the skunks were well fed they would not lose their temper unless roughly handled Just about the time WoU be gan to congratulate himself on his business sagacity some thief carried off his entire stock The skunks were confined in an inclosure fenced in with woven wirep One morning last week when Woll went to the farm to feed his stock he found that the fence inclosing the pound had been torn down and every skunk was missing A PRODIGAL PRINCE Notable Instances of the Extrnva Knnce of a Scion of the Iloynl House of Hirrrall Prince David Kawananakoa who is a nephew of 1he lateQueen Knpiolani of Hawaii and who with his brother Cupid inherited her fortune is one oftthe most prodigal of Hawaiians says a San Francisco correspondent of theeNew York Tribune When the Buffalo expedition ended a quintette of Ha dingwent to San Francisco to take a vessel for Honolulu Prince David was stay ingat the Occidental hotel in San Fran cisco and when he met his country men dissuaded them from salting at once for their homes and engaged them for a month to play at his pleaseure The guests of the ho tel enjoyed exceedingly the music and songs of the native musicians who were ordered by Prince David to play two or three times a week during the serving of dinner at the hotel This whim of the prince cost him a pretty tIna magnificent home at Waikiki he often entertains a hundred or more of his friends for a day at a time When he wasmaking the campaign for dele gate to congress ly years ago lIe at one time gave a feast to 1200 of his eon stituents This banquet was served in the open air as is the custom in Ha waii and beginning at nine oclock in daybrokeWUS ART CRITICISM Clilt ee Minister Frntilc nnil Un complimentary Comment on n oleil Painters Work I Wu Ting Fang the Chinese minister Is noted for his quaint plain speak CorIcoran art gallery evidently with the idea of impressing on his mind the fundamental difference between the oriental and the occidental brands of art says a Washington report Hubert Yes the noted Dutch paint er happened to have on exhibition in the Heinicycle a number of portraits of representative types of various races Mr Vos had strayed far afield displnrincludedlamar Indian rajahs Arabian chiefs Japanese nobles and Chinese manda rins Among the latter were the por traits of Prince Ching and Li Hung Chang The artist with the diplomat in tow paused before these canvase pointingThat is Prince Ching replied Vos It doesnt Jook like hue was ins only comment and the party passed on to Earl Li- Whos that 7 That Ia Li Hung Chang It doesnt look like him said the minister again Dut its only tJireequarterj view you know said the artist apologeti cally It doesnt look threequarters like him said Wu Gunrtflnn Hlerolics A writer in Knowledge thus den nji nates certain wandering cells found in the healthy human body which destroy harmful microbes introduced into the system The tonsils for ex guardianscope when protective cells lire intro tyRhoidbaeilli4sresistibly bringing before the im gina tion the fierce struggle which goes on when disease germs invade the body White Tniltr use iack The owner of a tannery jn which human skins are sometimes tanned as a matter of accommodation states that vvrydelicateskin identical with that of TI white man 1hirefutes the assertion that the lIe ros color is even skin deep ils Impure ImIOQ1o What is itn asks the mother as she notices the smooth skin of her child is Itisonce to beau the use of Dr Pierces GoWcn Medical Discov cry the best and remedyfor the blood Itentirely eradi cates the Corruptthe cause disease It Cures scrofula boils pimples eczema sat rheum and other discaoewhich rect result of im pure blood It enriches as well as purifies the blood beticfitedofDemateryeirswithliemrrbageMetikatDiScoverover a ear My younger son had Krofulrus POthadidne MedicalstomachbloOd askingYouMedical Adviser the best medical Ixiok stanipsto31 onecent stamps for paper covers or DTRf CHEMISTRY AND THE METALS The Composite rntt ot Chcb Ktai of Ore Are STovr Yqry Easily Ascertclnccl The chemioal laboratory is the workshop of the modern magician and in ia are wrought wonders which not very loug ago would have been regarded as miraculous Jn fact thougiv chemistry is recy ancient and h called the mother of sciences tt hat little more than an experimental status at the beginning of the present cen tury Since then its growth 1ia revo lutionized human knowledge tays the Philadelphfa Saturday Evening Post Take the subject of metals for in stance At the beginning of this century the known method for separat ing metals from their ores were purely experimental not being founded up on any exact knowledge 1ow on the other hand the composition of each kind of ore can be readily ascertained and so it may be calculated to a cer tainty just what proportions or ort flux and fuel should be mixed together in order to secure the best results Nest conies the problem of utilizing these roetala for commercial purposes and in each case chemistry affords the solution of all difficulties metallurgy is a chemical art IoderD in the manufacture originIfind hut how to make good steel it is necessary to know in what elements and properties it differs from bad steel and from this knowledge thE metallurgist has had to work up And this is only one illustration amonJI greet number A DUCKHUNTING ENGINE Locomotive on n Southern HnllTray That Provided Game Dinners for the Train Cresv Said a railroad engineer a day or two ago The average men has no idea how many animals and birds are killed every year by the cars If you will walk along a railroad you will see oads frjga and snakes almost every mile that have been cut in two by the ngine But these are not the only forms f animal life that suffer I hew run own woodchucks raccoons squirrels and pretty nearly every other sort of small animal Once I uw a ruffled grouse sitting on the track just as the birds will sometimes sit in front of a wagon on the highway It waited and did not seem at all afraid When at last the engine did get up the ngine was so close that it struck the bird tossed it to one side deed But the strangest experiences I ever had were in the south continued the engineer according to the New York Times I was running an engine on the Queen Crescent road which goes through Lake Poniohartrain on a long Ducks and other water fowl numerous on the lake and the sight of a headlight seemed to Attract them just as the light in a lighthouse attracts many birds One night we struck a Hock of ducks which smashed into the engine and cab as though it were rainjng them from the elonds They broke the forward windows of the cab and we gathered up enough ducks for two good big game dinners WOMAN WORKS AS COBBLER Pegs SliDe on the Stench with Her Husband All Day and Plnxs the 1lnno nt lgbt Grand Itapids Mich has a woman cobbler the only one in the state if not in the country She is Mrs Nellie Harmer states the Chicago Inter OceanIn big factories women are to be sure employed to do certain parts of the work in making a pair of shoes by machinery but none of them has to do what Mrs Harmer does She has worked on the bench beside her hus bnad for the past seven years and is proficient in every phase of the cob bIers art from stitching a rip in a ladyc kid shoe to pegging a sole in a cowboys boot She learned the trade from her husband Ten years ago they came from Can ads and Mr Harmer opened a little shop in Grand Rapids Being a skilled workman he soon had a brisk little business established but he could not get competent help It was then that his wife came to his aid and said that she would learn the business In the rear of their place of business their living apartments have been fitted up These include a piano books and pictures Mrs Harmer is pretty and not yet 30 She is the mother of girlSheshe is a cobbler Snle1IIIA veteran sea oaptajn has this to say as to how seasickness affects geueralIysuch a fuss about it A man goes to groaningl1ghtsthelonger Then she becomes quickly maudlin and pathetic Almost in questionsDo longbeforeis good and sick he doesnt care when hopesthatFree Postal Delivery The free delivery postal system is only 38 years old having been inaugu rated in 1S63 under Postmaster General Montgomery Blair of Maryland with 685 letter carriers distributed among 45 of the principal cities and 00 offices There are now 86Q offices and 16350 carriers iLku2urI am agent fovt- hPage Wire Fence JIoJ will sell nny amount 1ADcI i at rtr loads pure bred Dnrock hogs for sale TcOYKlrkivl9s inIoshere Tho gocsft Hiit laid the poden egg wasnt in it With ihe 0110 who buys the goldbrick It tttkea a genius to induce other peo plfto fupileh lifoije t to unriv jjujtlifs Ideas f iTrv AGAIN RESTED Albert F German llgcdWlth Msc 1j Ing False Entries on hanks Books Louisville Ky Jan 28 Albert F German formerly individual bookkeeper of the Third national bank ol this city was arrested Monday on a warrant based on an affidavit made by National Deal Examiner n B Gar rett charging him with making false entries on tho banks nobks amount ing to 10Q25 German was arrested neveral ago on the charge or embezzling the banks funds At that time It was alleged that a shortage of several thousand dollars had been din covered in his accounts He was released on 5000 bond but as the re suit of further investigation ho was rearrested in order that the amount of his bond might be increased German was taken before the United States marshal and a new bond was fixed at 7000 making the total amount required for his release 12 600 He has not yet executed a new bond and is still in custody THERE THEY WERE WEDDED A Pair of Lovers Walked Until They Mat Each Other LivIngston Ky Jan 29Joseph TuSsey ofJaclison county and Miss Ixictia Patham ot Lance county were engaged to be married but each In sisted on the ceremony being perform ed at home On this account tho wedding cere away was delayed At last they sub Kittled tho question to a friend who decreed that they should start ansi walk each In the others direction and that whoro they met tho cere mony should bo performed They met here and Ilev T D Mullins married them THE ARGUMENTS BEGUN No Limit Placed on the Speeches in the Jim Howard Case Frankfort Ky Jan 5Tbe testi many was closed in the Jim Howard trial Friday afternoon and the argu meats were begun The developments of the day were unimportant No limit has been placed on the speeches and it is probable that there will be four for the defense and three for tho prosecution Judge Cantrill or derail that all spectators be searched for arms on entering the court room This is said to have been due to reports that some of the mountaineers in attendance on tho trial were threat ening to create trouble Found in Good Shape Lexington Ky Jan 28The joltcollege and prisons committee of tho general assembly came to this city for the purpose of inspecting Ken tucky state college and the housas ot reform These institutions were found in excellent condition considering tho means at their disposal and the mem bers of the committee expressed them selves as favoring the granting of the amount asked for as an appropriation To Erect a Mansion Lexington Ky Jan 27J B Hag gin accompanied by six architects who are building a mansion on his 4000 acre stock farm Elemdorf near this city arrived here Sunday night on a special train which lie chartered on missing the regular train out of Cincinnati He will Monday submit telltllrealtonear 400000IFell Bead In Church Shelbyvllle Ky Jan 27Henry jr Lyle one of the most prominent citi zens of Shelby county dropped dead in the Assembly Presbyterian church here Sunday morning He was super intendent of the Sundayschool and had just finished teaching tho Blbla class Staves Swept Away Farmer Ky Jan 29A stave jam in the Licking river broke Tuesday and swept away all of Bridwells booms filled with staves Trie loss is nearly 300000 staves all the property MemPhISjTenn Carlisle Ky Jan 28George W BramIIett the Nicholas county Tobacco King will go to Louisvlllo Tuesday morning to close the sale or his mountain land to an eastern syndicate for 5105000 The Alleged Bank Robbers Owensboro Ky Jan 29H L Marsh G G Gray Joseph Mills and James Keeley the rOll who It is charged rsbbed the Bank of Hartford wore brought here Tuesday afternoon for safekeeping the Hartford jail be- Ing regarded as insecure Licking River Is Falling West Liberty Ky Jan 29Tho Licking river at this place was slowly falling Tuesday morning and is full of staves being drifted from the upper Licking Many rafts and logs are running Invited to Lexington Lexington Ky Jan 2S Mayor T Duncan addressed by telegram ah Scottjliar invitation was addressed to Princo Henry Embarrassing Comedy Owinc to t hli null oi Irnwiifjw yef iTilay mul lie few p5wsliltu layf Mr Charley Wxl UiMiltkftpHr lot j tilIfjtdllt tlse stuff latl nlil iif crTli Iciksanl pr jril U r had gone liome in onlerio atuuyht tfl up the hooks Mr Add Durham was the last one to leave the store und inferring that the bookkeeper would not care to be disturbed by prospective purchasers locked the front iltwr Be iween eleven and twelve oclock when tir Woods list completed his hooks anti as ready to start home ho this covered time lit could nut unlock tIll ioor notnitliBintuliti that he had the same keA that had fietved to unfasten it At many previous tithes 1oliccniati Cox nbc was beating Main street heard he noise and hastened to the store under the imprcaaion that it was being hiiryliuizcd It was with con siderable tfiilicultY that Mr Woods convinced tho vigilant cop that lie was aneiiipli yc of the store andtvns lucked in Howevei after a time the police man realized t Iiai Hint ion and Mr Vords pushed tliekay nuder tho door 10 hiii but it could tint he uncckd even from te outside The clock Tz striuinc till hour of one and hi the predicament Mr Woods telephoned for Mr CNn who soon arrived worked the combination and the proprietor Hookkeener and cop frliook hands and separated Dnjiville Advocate KnowUdjB is power except in the case of a loan who knows hes bee whipped Slakes Weak Women Slran PEPSINbest Tonm ever made It will nuiko every weak woman witting I cannot licklrinMiddlvim 5unely We niaynU be nijivua toa fault when tho fnult is par own v N ftI f oJ r 1r Mrs Sophie Binns President Young Peoples Christian Temperance Union 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trentine 10 D B artinworld Ii 0It TflflATEJob Pri1ingj at this Of Winter iI is JJot- OrerV f r fAI JDWE HAVE ON HAND One Moors Air Tight Heater One Radiant Home Air Tigh omr And about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Lctual Cost To get the space for other goods We want the room for th ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will g under the earth like thei J J 3t Oliver Chilled We have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back bands and Plow Bridles and everything else to mak another crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at th LOWEST PRICE as we have always done Pr T IL SUACELFORD CO4 Main Street If f RICHMOND KY I W wIE+ ++ + + ++++ + ++ + ++ + ++ + + +++4 + ++ 4 + + + 4 + I FURNITURE + i ++4 4 ++ + +++ + ++ 4 ++ + + ++ + + + 44 + 4 + which is timor extensive now than ever Ertry line is crixtling with Hwlidty selections To property celebrate the scaion YOU will probably desire some new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSIdeBoards everything suitable for the Dining RoomIron Bedsfull stock has just reached us- Library antI Center Tablesin variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offeredRockersany style yon may wish Couchesv cry latest designs See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs 4++ ++++ ++ ++e + + + + +++ + ++ + ++ 4 + ++ ++ + + +4- JO a JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street 4 5 5 + Undertaking a SpecialtyElIfliIa7i Jr f 4 r rSTOVES t j N V o H4 v We have on hand a few AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close out at r jf ICostECasb yourChoiceanything in the r of It slllinHARDW LINE Come in andsee us We car ry a fine line of the best thats to be had and you will always find our t t Prices the Lowest experiencedTinner to figure with you on your work Give us a call We will give you goodwork and the LOWEST PRICES Respectfully yours r JI 0s s lriri zj00 a ArbuckJe Simmonsfft t 1 1 g j n c i