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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 12, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 ric1902021201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 12, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 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rXTiceit on corner First and i streets Richmond Ky apr7ly UlSllSR M D- viniicinu and Surgery rather HuiliUnu Main Street I residence th Carr iUce Oa BraMlway KUCKYiVTV H s n 1IITB4OIAN ANt ilDKOKON MND KENTUCKY t r 1 SUta T Lr OaXtuVvxvc itt Coisou leHZTItiT or LoUISVILLE KY ffic nfit doer to QoTernKient Building tjc oIIud Ky Oftleehours9to121t04- ly Harry M Blanton Zt DENTIST te Office In Bennett Building J4flY TELEPUONE 196 h ik LANDMAN Hotel Ulyndon Ve Iuel4ty THE Fubzary12iO2BEST PAPER p fd in the United States for Democrats find tar ALL readers is the TwiceaWeekCotwierjournal it iu sy datlUs and thestiperiorof twii or wiokiis If ned Salnflty W eoBl 1 a year f WnU LOO A YEAR ttV tn is acroted l to Kewc I div sueto ItoVe Matters nauoiwioo to AeeoU Sample h r riu freet all who will as vne CWXIE JOURNAL LouIvlIle Ey l4tVfl KilBNT YO- UVVrIIBCA N CLIMAX ND THE- fwieeaWeek CourierJournal uit ne Year for Only S150 OUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY r4 DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS 3IETWY- 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Iutupluconteoientfona Coat ksa b indorsed b7 the Uat uUisir- Itici If your deairdos not have ttinaau lid address tot Crre baWpioV UNEEDMECoChatham Pa SljulyOm ir Mardi Gras NEW ORLEANS FEBRUARY nth J902 HALF RATES Queen Crescent Route- To NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE with liberal return limits Two Magnificent Vestibuled Limited 24hourSCheduleTralflS from Cincinnati Daily Diners Observation Cars Through Pullmans Printed Matter for the asking Chas W ZeU Div Pass AJtt CinU O W W DanJavant Tl A Cleveland IljVanDmarkNADCtrQiMCh nINEAnSONI Every woman in the country ought to know abo- utMoffiers Friend Those who do know about it wonder how they ever got along without ftIt has robbed child birth of its terrors for many a wife It has preserved her girlish figure and saved her much suffering It is an external liniment and canies With it therefore absolutely no danger of upsetting the system as drugs taken intern are apt to do It is to be rubbed into the abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscles which are to bear the strain This means much less in It also prevents morthn sicknessVEnd nfl of the other discomforts of pregnancy- A druggist of Macon Ga I have sold a large quantjtyof Mothers Friend and have never known an instance where it has failed to produce the good results claimedforitA lady of Lam berton Ark writes II With my St six children 1 was in labor from 24 to 30 hours After using Mothers Fricnd my seventh was borjiinjhours Get JBf others Trtor at thetlnic VtAJre 100 per bottle HiC MUBTIEID KGUATM C ATUMAC Writ tw 5tS5 BtaniUh MWeM WIJ MUN o r b FROF MGEES BIG WORDS Government Scientist AVlio In Said to Write In Words of One Sentence One of the scientific officers of the government has made a hit among his WJwords of one sentence In order ofProfofhisgovernment during which process ndictionaryimes and then finds out that the word was coined from o ItriginalIt fact Prof McGee who is at pres at In charge of the bureau of Amer ean ethnology is said to have the largest and most complicated vocabulary of any man in America nnd generally somethingtouncommon English and coinage of textbooklife a Websters dictionary He was born nnd raised on a farm and his ordinate love of study led him to reI sort to the dictionary almost every word of which he could use in its proper connection From the dictionary Prof McGee took up the study of Latin higher mathematics astronomy anti survey ing later studied law went from that to invention of farm machinery worked at both bench and forge then archaelogyIngovernment is of great value and his friends in the newspaper world have undertaken to review one of his books only to find the dictionary and all publicect VpHUMOR IN OFFICIAL REPORTS The English lost Office Department UnconncIonHly Causes a Gen eronii Smile It is not often that an official report either in England or in othercountries may be classed as a humorous publica tion Isow and then however stray gleams of humor are to be found in such publications In a recent report of the post office department the an nouncement is made that any depos itor in the savings bank who fails to re ceive an acknowledgment of his de posit within four days should write to the comptroller of the department and should renew his application again and again until he obtains a satisfac tory reply There is a Gilbertian de liciQUsness in this appeal of the postal authorities to have their infirmities sternly dealt with Dont throw upIthe sponge they say in effect if are slow nnd forgetful be firm with us insist on our replying tell us we must anti tell it us again and again and then of course we shall The public perhaps has always been more or less inclined by instinct to take this course but after such a formal invita tion perseverance Uecomes a dutysPHONES AID IN WOLF HUNT Hue and Cry of the Reacts Over the Vlre Summon Farmers nnil One of tbe Brutes Is Killed Rural telephones were put to a new use in the country northwest of Au rora Ill the other day when the hue and cry for a wolf hunt went over the wires and brought farmers out of their houses to scour the woods zLnrge timber wolves have been roam ing between Nelsons Lake and Sugar Grove for some months past Seven teen pigs have been slaughteredand carried away on the Savoy farm and numerous losses have been repLrted in pet stock Efforts of the farmers to shoot or trap the wolves failed The other day when Jacob neck a farmer stepped from his barn he came face to face with one of the animals lIe ran to the house to get his gun but the wolf by that timewrie fleeing duwn the road Beck ran to his telephone and notified all the farmers living in the direction taken by the wolf The result was that the woods for a stretch of several miles were swarming with hunters and dogs and after an excit ing chase the beast was run touayand killed in Harry Bliss timber Old Coiffure May Be Worn There steins to be a probability of the revival of the old style of coif fure in London this season Lady War wick the other night at a reception caused quite a sensation by wearing a curl falling down to her shoulders It suited her admirably and it is likely that other pretty women will follow her lead The present queen for some year wore this style of headdress with the difference that she had two curls It is not a fashion that suits every woman One has to be pretty to carry it off successfully Fooled Her Male Colleagues Mile Chauvin the woman barrister has played a fine trick on her male colleagues at Paris She delivered an impassioned speech at a debating society of young barristers for which she was applauded to the echo by onet section but disparaged as theatrical by the other Finally M Fallieres son of the president of the senate discov ered the flowery speech word for word in a book by Victor Hugo A Gold Finders Exposition An extensive exposition is proposed by the people of Victoria Australia to be held at Bendigo at the end fthis year to commemorate the discovery of gold in 1851 Ilayttnn Tobacco Halt situated in nearly the same latitude as Cuba will soon rival it in Its production of fine grades pf tobac CoVCooked to a Crisp Keubcn Dixon a bibulous colored gentleman whose occupation consisted principally in an effort to drink up his monthly pension met wlthdeath 1Ilastsays the Midway Clipper Last Friday he crawled upon the brick walls that surround the furnaces at the dis tillery presumably to sober up He got too near the hot parts however i and before ha knew It he was untie going the process of being cooked Why be did not waken and save him self will never be known as his body t when discovered Monday morning was literally cooked to pieces He had to be wrapped in n sheet and carried that way to keep his flesh from falling off John Barleycorn often adopts queer ways of taking off Us victims and lie is always sure to got the best of those who monkey with lilnn The prompt payirfenofdefil8 ft the one virtue lacking iam oft mne iskkeup T f rIlr l J r r i POWER FROM FALLS More of Niagaras Energy to Be Soon Utilized American Secure Rights on Cana dian Side and V111 Eatabflali a New Generating Plant of Immense Size Another great step in the utilizatio- ns Niagara power is announced by the Electrical World and Engineer On the American side of the falls the Niagara inItishorsepower A wheel put parallels with the first one was pleted and within the last year orders were given for 11 more water wheels and generators When these are installed the company will be able to sup ply 110000 horsepower the form of electricity Operations are now to be undertaken on the Canadian side The Electrical World and Engineer says that contracts have just been placed with the General Eectric company for the construction of three 10000 horsepower generators for the nosy plant whose ultimate capacity it is estimat dsviil probably reach 200000 horse p fiowerconducted through the Canadian Niag ara Power company which had the riginalcharter I for the enterprise but whose rights have been acquired by the American company These dynamos will be situated like those of the Niagara Falls Power company at the level of the surface of the earth while the turbines will be in a wheel pit di rectly underneath Vertical shafts over 100 feet long will connect the wa tel wheels with the generaturs It is asserted that these dynamos will beI the largest ever built The closest ap roach to them is made by those being installed in the power house of the Manhattan Elevated Railway company of this city The latter havea nominal capacity of SOOO horsepower but are designed to develop 25 or 50 percent more in an emergency MANILAS WAR ON RATS American Army In the Plitllpplncii Finds Something to Fight Hc side l1eUIerent Insurgents Army officials in Manila are havinga hard time in that rnridden town C tommandingsponsible for the care of troops are being instructed in the extermination of rats in barracks quarters and other buildings occupied by the army people This pest has assumed serious propor tions and threatens the health of the population of Manila In Manila the insular board of health finds that 13 er sent of all rats now being collected are infected the plague The most approved method of catch ing these rodents Is by the use of poi son Under the djrcction of medical oflicers at least four reliable men should be detailed for the distributions the poison in each cartel barrack r other infested building It is to be- pread about in small tins or saucers and placed in position about nine o clock at night 100 or less by each man and they must be collected before six oclock the next morning The large amount of arsenic used in the poison which will be furnished by the board of health upon application makes it a dangerous substance to leave in the building while the inhabitants are about- HIGHER SPEED FOR AUTOS Orltlith Government About to Ralne the Present Limit of the horseiless Carriages Automobilists in England whose consciences have been hardened by repeated evasions arid infractions of the speed laws may again become selfrespecting and at the same time enjoy life for the government is about to raise the speed limit This has been brought about as a result of recent brake trials held by the Au tomobile club which demonstrates clearly that an automobile can be driven at a fair speed and at the same time be stopped quickly The government has therefore been convinced that a greater speed than the 12mile limit now operative would not to be a serious menace tolife and limbAt Paris automobilists are in an embarrassing situation The pro posed race from Nice to Abbazia has been authorized by the Italian author- Ities but the French minister of the interior remains obdurate Thus a French project is recognized abroad but prohibited at home lila lienviest Loss A correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger has found in an old book now out of print this anecdote of the original John Jacob Astor lie was asked one day what was the largest amount of money he had ever made in one transaction Thishe declined to answer but said that he would tell the largest sum that he failed to make Then lie went on to relate how he De Witt Clinton and Oouverneur Morris had planned to buy Louisiana from France and to sell it to the United States government retaining the public domain and charging two and onehalf per cent commission They changed their minds and Mr As byiaiJingAmerican Devices In India The gold mines of Mysore India arc worked by American electrical devices the power being from the melting Himalayan snow Automobile mAcs In Slanlln Capitalists from the United States are about to establish an automobile bus system in Manila DO YOU WANT To Fell your HE ALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write roe with a tohelpLock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly Compliments are silly but even sen sible people inwardly enjoy them JhRemedy isthecroup I have over used in my family onfidenceyStockton Wllliani Snedegoitr of Wyoming had a cow to getstrand in tlio backwater 175ofthe Fleraingebprg Gazette and stand In Ullt1lef the ice and is now alive and hearty If anyone doubts this cow story ljalB mpectfn1J7nl4tuMto 5r Phillip J J ig1 rj Kentucky Intelligence KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The Bill Giving Full Credit to Schley Was Advanced Frankfort Feb GSenatepills passed Wednesday Providing for the appointment of a special committee to re the s Ieasmentond class only once in four years to fix the salary of the jailer for second class cities at not less than 1500 nor more than 2000 providing that dee on officers shall be paid out of the- ounty levy of the year in which they P 1uryearfor keeping paupers in the county poorhouse at per year was defeat 13 nays 18 1cdyeas The house advanced the bill which prohibits the use of any kind of book in Kentucky schools that does not give full credit to Schley for tho Santiago victory The committee on education reported it adversely but tho house by a vote of 38 to 32 advanced the bill the of the com mlttee notwIthstimdlng The follow- Ing bills wore passed Requiring scal courts to make counts of money expended applyingI the common school law to schools esItablshed under special charters A NOTABLE WEDDING Clare Hill Draper and Grace Engman United In MarriageILexington Ky Feb GClaro Hill Draper of Hopedale Mass youngestIson of Gen Wm F Draper ambassador to Italy and excongress C Iolelaborate scale of the preparation for the event and the prominence of the o f inelw Iasla the presence of a great crowd at the Episcopal cathedral J C S Blackburn Jr Critically III Frankfort Ky Feb CrJoe C S Blackburn jr son of tho junior senator from Kentucky is critically In his city Senator Blackburn arrived rom Washington Wednesday and topped off at his home at Versailles Wednesday afternoon his son was taken much worse and at one time was thought to be dying but Wednesday night he rallied to some extent Mrs Howard Destitute Louisville Ky Feb GMrs L Clay Brock has issued an appeal for the wide and family of Jim Howard who has been sentenced to life 1m prisonment for the murder of Senator Goebel She says that Mrs Howard is an invalid and In destitute circumstances Chased By a Bear Campton Ky Feb 6 Douglas Evans while carrying the United States mall from this place to Torrent was attacked by a bear He was compelled to dismount from his horse and climb a tree to save his life The bear as cended the tree after him but Evans killed It with a 44caliber revolver Charged With Stealing Clothing Lexington Ky Feb 6VInce Pace colored an exsoldier and member of the 25th United States Infantry who recently returned from the Philippino Islands was arrested charged with clothing from Ed McIntyre a comrade Aged Judge Weds Henderson Ky Feb 6JudgefFrancis H McMullen county Madison and Green counties In VIr- ginia and Miss Cora West Quinn of this city were married here Judge McMullen is 71 years of age while his bride is 32- Boy Put Out the Blaze Kennedy Ky Feb GThe clothing of 3yearold Lizzie Garth caught fire from an open grate Wednesday and a btheburned Will Make Good the Shortage Louisville Ky Feb GMayor Grainger was advised Wednesday that the company on the bond of former City Treasurer Stuart Young wilD make good the dead treasurers shortage Accidentally Killed His Friend Springfield Ky Feb GC Lay ac cidentally shot and killed the 18year old son of Mark Davies near Chaplin a little village just over the Nelson line The accident occurred at the home of Lay Sight Probably Destroyed Versailles Ky Feb GIn carrying a potted palm from one room into another Miss Kate Newman thrust one of the palm needles into her right eye Her sight In that eye will probably be destroyed s9MzTIII1ia NEW They cure dandruff htiir Jalllny Rear I ache etc costs the namo IS an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb lIPeopleduced are wild witb delight Yon simply comb your hair each day Rill olldtrulIt tobreakten guarantee to give perfect salsfnc lion in every respect Send stamps fur 85Live where to introduce this article Sells SuccesSeewantednoticn nClturIllinoIs Its all well enough to take thins tbeydont Something That Will do You Good We know of no way in vjiich we readiit will be of rcftl Rood to them For this reason we want to acquaint them with- what we consider one otthe very he t remedies On the market Tom conuhs colds and that alarminjt cooiolaiitt CliamberlalitCough lii longthatsity any VtdoubttesUmonvisivo ujrK fittimkotir readers especially vikeepagainst OupJrmdih 81 4oten gtf For Stockton AlJaRaa 1m D- VP i L r Helpo NatureBabies I proper food rarely ever medi J ir I fonI wrong They need a little I iimachinery SOujsj9iVCOD WITH HYPOPHOSPHITESoF LINE SOOJI 1IIf you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful t in babys bottle three or four I i times a will soon see I iia s 1Isoon show its great nourish iing power If the mothers thait ii= Isac and 100 all druggists L1CJHCcttIIIIII + + +CALL AT++ + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWIi Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoa Water Kept on Tap sSsls Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Favorite Nearly Everywhere Constipation means dulneBs depres sion lieailach cenerally disordered health eWittlI Little Early Risers Htininlato the liver the bowels and relive tills condition Safe speedy and thorough They never gripe Fa Torit pills Perry Thomas 1ni The fancy skater is handy with his feetiFor Stomach Troubles I have taken a great many differ ent medicines for stumach trouble and conKtlpation Bays Mrs S Geiger or Dunktrton Iowa but newer had as good results from any as from Cham b rllins Stomach Liver TabUtn For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m The trouble with people who make fools of themselves is that they sewn to wnjoy it ho thoroughlyiWhen you lack energy do not relish your foot feel dull and stupid after eatini all you need ii a dose of Chum brlaiun StuiDRcli Liver Tablfts They will make von foil like a new nmri n ml give von an appetite like berTorsal bv S ockton llagari 1m Too much of the noise in this world tries to pas itself off as musiciSaved Him from Torture There is lio more agonizing trouble than piles The constant iiching acid burning make life intolerable No po rtitiim is comfortable The torture uncoHsing DuWitta Witch Iliia1 avi cures piles at once For tkin tueasuR ruts hum Iirnisos nil kin is of wound it is unequalled J S Gfr il St Pall irka3s From IrtUG iificifd with ifit pniiriiilint lilfc lin piles and Iouil find IliItig to hi lime until I usd UeWitt Witch llnzel Salve A tV boxes completely domed tne Ucware of couuterfoitB Iecry Thomat Irn- No Mamie dear the Iron Trust is not coinpuxei of laundrpinen The Last Heard Of It My little boy took the croup cue night and soon grew to bad you could hear him breathe all over the house says F D Ileynolds Mansfield O Ve feared he would die but a few loses of Out Minute Cough Curo quiCk slesf1lalsNow isnt a couch cure like that vnl uubl1 One Minute Onugh Cure is imrimetlhettlyFor tis and allother throat and lung trill Itlen il ill u certain cure very pleas nt to JThomnsIt is bettor to be wrong at the rllht time than riglif at the wrong time Clerks Wise Suggestion 1 hayn lately boon much troubled with cl l psln belrhing ami KtomaclwrlteiM R Mend leadtnv pharmacist of AttleVioro MRRS 1 couldeat hardly an vt Iii tug WI thout lull feriiifr several hours My clerk tjuc jjested I try Kodol Pyspepsltt Glue which Iditl with most happy rcBUlta rhave had no more trouble anti wjien one can go to eatinc mine pie candy and nut after such a time tfelr digpstfon must be pretty coodi I ten heartilyIougood lute you Waite but dont overpad quridigests Tier fathers hoot frequently makes- an utifpvorable Impreesicn One Box Cures Eczema1- I irstiavery Severn cai of tea sa auth tried several reme lles give by diflerentdruB6lBti hut they did lot eive ne gatlsfaetloi Mr Eyinatm eb onimendcd iyof BernlcKf Eea nit Ciime lllllt H VIVe Ut instant relief nil OlIN hox eurs4 we of The drn o6arJ8ett War557r II1J 1g For Mie by B Ia Middleton 5kmi J- yii11 4 Q Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from S to cheaper fewweekaselection on our floor You money by buying now and 1sts W Wc BcBcc t oI nothing qna1I slingupEy Mi Donelson Prop WWiiihWi Cash Store fK78- h7 7J71 1f7f J 4V They Are HereS AND NOW ON SALE AT THE V W BUSY DLLWOHORH1L Drr PAQI 1 i t The most magnificent display of White Goods Laces Embroid eries Linens New Wash Goods ever opened up in the grand old city of Richmond iAll the new Novelty Ginghams that will be in favor this season iareto be seen in their stock Never were they as pretty All the Eastern and Western markets have been culled to get the newest 7 and most select patterns Calland them before they are picked over ffi qBuyYourSpring Goods 7F ZEhi be ready to wear them when the Inseason opens Z4 8 I 4 Our Hamburgs and Laces will be the talk of the town All the pretty things in Embroideries and Laces to be had this 7th be found in this stockfJWe have and most complete line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums and Oil Cloths ever shown in this city ffiThis new shipment comprises nearly 400 pieces of tbe most desirable Floor Coverings in all grades ever opened by any in Central Kentucky Low Cash Prices are being named all these goods Call and see them and be convinced ofiVery Respectfully tlH WDOidharn4Co0 LiTi 4SSAS ec Il h Mr Wheeler got Rid of His Rheumaiism During the winter of 1898 I was so lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly bobbin ofifi tit application I began to get well antI a steadilyllN Y For salt by StOckton Ha gan 1m Rhea and Goebel i There would be much more interest and sympathy bv Democrats in the probable loss by John Ithea of his seat n Congress to McKenzie Moss if Rhea had not said in brief of the case that his opposition to Goebel and his meas ores was one of his main reliances for Republican support in Congress Goe bel wasnt perfect no man is But it grates on the ears of those who love and revere him to see a man claIming ube n Democrat attempt to make cap- tal by opposing the timings fcr which ha stood Lexington Democrat By adding another syllable to short it becomes shorter There is H disposition this day and time to spend money and energy in memory of dead heroes and lost causes and pass over tho sadeyed individual hut g ring for a crust of bread and shivering with cold half clad Hero woi ship is all right perhaps but living suffering humanity should not be pushed aside in the scramble Fulton Daily Leader A man can earn money faster than a woman can but she can spend it taster than he can earn it I STOPS PAIN 271901Evermenses were very Irregular and I hlpabacJcaJdomenDuringtaking Win1 of Cardni and Thidfordi themontblyla years KA SIU DAVIS What Is life worth to a woman suffer- Ing like Nannie Davis sulferedr Yet theta are women In thousands ol homes todaywho are bearing these terrible menstrual pains In sllellcolf Hare ene of these we want la say that this sameWINEOCARDUJ will bring you permsimnl reU f CM eels y urself with the kMwkd e Meet 1OMOOOwMienisvs iwn Mwyc- ted by Wlaeef Cartful Th 4we M suffered Irew Icacwrkee Irrtfulv JIMoM s ha SE aa liwiPwdMPM a 100 Mi if I1M CattM IS iy ad a Ibi wHy ef Y r aI4u ffCIIt Il5 c A Xii i d Vehicles another John Holiday Suggestions I- b UomeIl7The enjoymentand t ROCKERS Bring the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year have a lWInice line of lose In style and fly of all cost more Carriage Vtl ru g M aD see 1 on r irt CHAIRS to We Leather liltIAnd many other things usefuland ornamental j4 UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE aWSoIdhamTV 1Cor2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND UIj3My KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have exhibitionon one of the largest and most Icomplete lines of i ttJ Pictures and Framing Material EleantWaterofnowmnetalframesframe for 15c A 10x20 portrait rrl meiicltmouldlng complete for SI makerJDU1keVo invitedtopricesb++++ + + VGEQ M WILLGING 4209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY J = A c r ItrvII xedFull Dress Prince Alberts 4 VA SPECIALTY L1VLEY6 4 r ITAor and L Nc LVEXNGTbN P tt1UCKyt Jt jeb1v J J ij 1 ii 1 J T t =i P r 1 l 0 IL Ihe Richmond Climax j J C CHENAOLT President I AD MILLERManagerBOBT S CROWE Edltor f 4 J ii WEDNESDAY FEB 12 1902 PURLISUDZVrgVgnNES1AYY I The Olimax Printing Co Incorporated CONCERNING our friend that noble little champion of Democracy the Valley View c- flArgent says The fact that basriiot selected his private see HIretary press reports to the contrary nutwithstanfliug f Madison count3 comes to the front and is pushing the i tcaims of one of lier citizens a man whom the people of the i County would like to see as private secretary to Senator McCreary The gentleman r jt in question is well fitted by birth and education to fill the 1psitioll and as a Democrat stands without a peer in the cause of the great common people With voice and pen lie has battered the citadel of corrupt Republicanism in county State and Nation majoritiesneiIther destroyed his enthusiasm not his faith in the cause of Democracy Yes Clarence K Woods of Richmond deserves the hon or and we hope along with a host of friends in the future to address our mail Hon C E Woods Private Secretary to Senator McCreary Wash ington D C trrHE Committee on Consti tutional Amendments Satur day reported favorably in a the House on the Parker bill to submit to the popular vote the Constitutional Amend ment to remove the State Capitol to Lexington The Golyci Bill Thp following bill was drafted by ex Sherift H H Cotyor andforwarded to Hon ChArles L Searcy Monday Mr Hearcy will introduce the hill and it is hoped that it will bo passed without delay It is eauy to tee that it will tend to relieve th widow who has children to support and hut little prop erty to do it with A widow with 1000 worth of property under this law will pay taxes on 750 and one with 280 will be exempt The pro posed act is as follows An Act for the Uenent of Widows with a child or children under twenty one rears of age lie il inoctfd by the General AttfmUy of the Hiiuumtrealth nf Kentucky See 1 That iu addition to the prop erty now exempt by law from taxation tliey shall he exempt from taxation real estate of the value of 250 owned liy a widuw who has a child or children living with her under twentyone yeans of age whore such widuw owns real os tate not exceeding in yalue 1000 or less Sec i This let shall take effect on the first day of September 1002 i Kelp a look out lor further notice of the entertainment which the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church is preparing to j ivo soon Date to be mentioned later u u CJ BrowerCo LEXINGTON KY theat Clearance L Sale 41 Grasp this i Opportunity j t To makea profitable invest in J 1ment4 I Wall Paper I t Are you going to let it go by If you are wise you are not You will never ref regret the purchase 1 1 Dont forget this is the last 11 i week four jfi 11tI t t I ClearailceSa1e t 1 j f 4 t C1F1BrderCb11- i IIAJN AND BROADWAY tM LD GT Nfvj A FEW WORDS In Favor of Mr Woods Comes Uzp1IcI1Frcn Another Quarter Miu BiiB CHEEK ESTIIL Co Kv February 7 1902 JWur Clmar lluriilg a brief Sojourn in your enter prijlnir Jittlo city rfirently I learned through friends that one of Rich monds most excellent anti most gifted Knights of the Quill ex editor 0 E WOOI5iS an applicant fur the posiiion of Private Secretary to SenatoreWt HUll J lfln McCreary Madisons most illustrious son Since my return home my attention has been called to an almost universal express jail of sentiment jn favor of Mr Woods among the newspaper fraternity of the State Mr Woods by virtue of educa tional attainments and by reason of superior talents is eminently qualified to fin any position acceptably Intel ligent courteous and bighearted ta titling type of genmne Kentucky man hood he is ever a favorite With all with whom he comes In contact Possessed as he is of qualities which wouldi command recognition in any sphere however exalted he would certainly make the distinguished Madisonian nn etllcient and splendid Secretary Could the hope of the humble writer who pens these lines he realized in the selection of Senator McCreary the desire ofm friend Clarence E Woods woulibe abundantly gratified in his appointment In this feeble endorse ment of the fitness of Mr Woods I feel that I am truly voicing the sentiment of his legion of ardent friends in tfie county cf Estill irrespective of party affiliation Mr Woods Democracy ym not be questioned His earnest and consistent advocacy of the princi ples so ably championed by the ex governor coupled as It has been with his unbounded admiration for the new Senator and loyal devotion to him Tor the past two decades should at least entitle him to respectful con sideration at his hands May success croivn tho efforts of Clarence Everett Voolls Very respectfully DUHHCTT WHITE 1ForCat Youngs Address Ilhe following ladies are named as for the address Kentuclts byIMIaaIS P Walters Ilcttio Breck Jmell Tribble Jluth Crowe J W McOsrvey Mar Trlbble DoultlasIW WattV II Hobson Laura Bennett L J Frazee Mamie Pickets T E Arnold Madge Hart Sallie Cornel Ison Nellie Ghenault 8 N Moberley Dora NeU It K Barnaul Julia Higgins UtileIDeatherageBobtII L IVrry W U OWham Ed Hugh McLolIanJ Ituperllood A U Miller J W Zarinc- Uugene Walker Kcnloctys Contribution to Confederate Fame The Confederate veterans in Madison county are working hard to make Col ISenuett H Youngs lecture onFebrua ry a success Dr Ioyntz has nn nounced the committees having in charge nil tho arrangements for the lecture The committees arc as follows Committee on tIlJooCollins N B Deatherage David Chenault Harvey Ullisou and L JFrazee Committee on reception and Introduction Senator lames BMcQreary H W Miller J A Sullivan JStorte Wai kor U E Roberts and A D Miller Committee on Admission and Tickets Dudley Tribble C D Pattie John Doneicon Dr Harry Blanton U C II Covington C R Woods and D It Tevis This address is for the benefit of the Confederate Home This is a historical and very enter taining address will be enjQyed by all who hoar it Drifting Toward Royalty The appointment of special envoys to represent the United States government at the coronation of King Edward In dicates a weakening of American ideals Surely our ambassador at the Court of St James can give expression to all the interest which Americans feel iu the crowning of Englands sovereign Do the empeiors of the old world send distinguished personages to dance at tendance upon our president when he assumes the duties imposed upon him by Jt1e suffrages 01 his countrymen Why then should American represen tatives hah nround a throne and pay homage to one who rules not by the voice of the people because of personal merit but because lie is the eldest of Otto who in turn inherited the privilege of exercising authority It take gen erations to cultivate the courtiers bow and the worshipful mien aud our envoys are apt to excite the derision that is expressed toward those who show tho fawning spirit but fawn awkward ly King Edward Ought to make the most ot this evidunce of tho decadence of the American spirit for the demon titration may nut berepeated lit should announce that the proud heir of George 111 accepts with pleasure the respect ful adoration of the repentant descend ants of George Washington Athis saysInsurprise is manifested at the unusual interest laken by this country in this coronation This government it is pointed out is setting 11 dangerous precedent Similar action must btJ throughoulEuropeAnother suggestion is to the effect that inasmuch as lrat Britain is at war with two repubhicsthie tending of H eptcial embassy io Iioid6n at this time amounts practically to an upprova of Cireat Britains course in South Africa It must be remembered that there are many kings in Ejurope aud we cat not well descrimitiate We cannot afford to show bpcial interest in one kind and indifference toward others allllwfI an sjill less afford to f lOW more interest in the inauguration of an imperial reign than thecrowned heads show in the presidential succession Hut Jn addition to this general and fund amentul objections to the fcpecial at teatiou shown in this ease it must be rem iilbercd that our coiiEpicuous obj siryaieof the coronation will be reI uardedevemvliere as evidence ttiatj we are in hearty sympathy with Eu gandtcrubl Var against tIre South Afritan r publfre To be silent when we ftlinldefci reli sympathy with the Boers iibud enough but lo Iipw in an ostentiJioijSAvay our apprpVttU of En glandii courso is ly worse From ending vi shirifor5ios6iuli to sendJiij special tej resentaUVes to attend a Rings coronatiorj TvliaV R tall The pomiriouer cWhen lack nergjiJqrnot JPlish you ffdpdTeel dull and stilpitl after atiti1ill von netl ft adbaeroTGham lAbMIIlhryvonanll beat trr alt tQtrfl Jm III UpAeafcstlf The managers of Uncle Tdms Cab innow trying to show in the South ern States seem to be up against it hard as a result of the crusade recently inaugurated against the play by the ladies of Lexington A special from Nashville says that throughout Kentucky the managers had trouble sew eral towns refusing to permit the pro sentation of the play on account of its character and sentiments Manager Harry Seamans came to Nashville but was refused dates at the Masonic and Grand This put him out of business so far as Nashville was concerned Sext he appeared at Gallatin when lie received noth r jolt lIe found it impossible to secure a house there Other towns have decided to turn down the play following the example set b thOu of the liliiegrats State POKTWOOD Mrs J W Butler has returned from Ambrose Jessamine county where she has been attending her sick daughter G D Portwood sold to A S Hisle five shoata at 5 cents Mr Josiah Port wood sold a little bay mare to Mr Dudley Tribble for f30 Mr Scott Silvers who has bren on the jury at Richmond has returned home Mr E W Reeves and family have returned home after a visit to relatives at this place Mr A S Hisk has started South with his load of mules hoping he will have success Charles Jones was around buying cattle for tho fall market Eddie Grinstead and 3lis Alice Tur pin were married at the home of the brides father Mr J H Turpin near Winston last Thmsilwy Mr Bailey Kichanlson of this place has moved to Brassileld where he will live this year FORD From the Index Mr and Mrs Win llogors are proud of a new baby girl The telephone wires have been re placed and communication can now bo had with any of the surrounding towns Chas Williams has sold to Win Baxter two town lots for S100 CaptJ M Thomas Jis preparing to have electric lights put in his mills and on his yards The Butt Brabb saw mills will be in repair and ready to begin sawing Inn week or so The town will then be supplied with new citizens and Ford will boom as usual rhe box factory and planer have been closed down on account of the back waters rising high that the lumber hat to be moved The river has fallen and work has begun at both placesMessrs James McCreary and Jim King became enraged fur some unknown cause and a lively tussle en lIed Mr King claimed that Mr McCreary struck him with a beer hot tie arid thus the tcra p began No serious wounds wore inflicted KentacfcysYoonj Men A Convention of men to consider problems in Meua Lives aptly char acterizes the forthcoming twentyfirst Annual State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky to be held at Paducah February 20 2I2 nd23 The con vention will be addressed by men who are in touch with the problems that confront young men and boys of the present ago Among the wellknown speakers secured by the State Execu tive Committee are Capt Richmond PJareou Hobson U S N Washincton D C Mr John C Welling Vice Preside st Illinois Central K U Chi cago Mr L Wilber Messrs General Secretary Chicago Messrs Robert Woidensall Dan O Sheltou and C L Gates fiecretaries International Com mittee New York Mr A M Bruner Railroad Secretary Illinios Rev W E liicderwolf Indiana President E S Alderman D D Bethel College Kussellville Mr Chas C Stoll Louis vi lie and others prominent religious educational and commercial circles in the State Tine singing will be an inspiring feature of the Convention in charge of Mr Harry L Maxwell of In diana assisted by a male chorus of twenty voices from the Henderson Association The Convention will lay chief em phaeis upou religious life and work The religious condition of young men will be carefully studied There will be a thorough study under skilled leadership of the methods of work which can most appropriately be used in the meoting of these conditions There will also be special consideration of the 250000 oung men in the State in small towns and country districts and of methods ot reaching them Conferences of delegates from the city student railroad and county work departments will be hold The vari oils railroads in the SUite have granted a special rate of one fare for the round trip for all who attend and the citi zens of Pad ncah cordially offer enter tainment to all accredited delegates and corresponding delegates Laigj delegations of representative men from the Associations of the State will be in attendance In addition young men members of evangelical churches from any city town col lege or railroad centre in Kentucky without Young Mens Christian As sociation will be cordially welcomed and entertained as corresponding dele gates provided application for creden mini Is sent to the State Secretary by Febreary 1- 5further particulars detailed pro gram credentials etc may bo obtained by addies injj Henry E Uopa wear State Secretary Fourth Broad way Louisville Ky Rural Delivery A rural delivery Voutc from this city is to be established shortly Posmaster Wallace has received notice frithe los omco Department that a special agent would be sent here in a few days for thbi purpose of holding an ex amiuation for carriers The examina tion is a timplo olio tIne main object being to test the applicants ability to rend and write Applications for per sons Under 17 and over 55 years of age will not be received except honorably discharged soldiers and sailors of tile Civil and Spanish wars Applications for women wll be reciJivedV jut a woman wliloiot be recofcmend d for appoInt fuel t uulees lit ibe jiiilginentof the ageit the local cuiiditious are RUCI as ID make tljoreeomnfehdaUou detjirju blStin petition Jori io proposal rout ws fJIfvilhltru PoQWtlice oeaim- ellluntQ ffJOQ atlaa 3Lta- 1ifIll4Jfldi g9 Pll the lA1Irthg if tI Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid or stagnant condition of the kidneys Or liver and tire a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important is a healthy action of these organs They are commonly attended by loss of energy lack of courage and sometimes by gloomy foreboding and despondency Ibad pains In my baCk could not sleep and when I got up In the morning felt worse than the night before I began tak ing Hoods Sarsaparllla and now I can sleep and get up tooling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to Hoods Sarsaparllli MRS J N PERRY care H S Copeland Pike toad Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up the whole system pike to tho top of the Clays Ferry bill returning to the Boonesboro pike it extends to William McCords house then returns to Richmond by way of the Red House and Otter Creek roads The new route will doubtless prove a great convenience to the people along these roads Hustler The Harrodsburg Democrat says During Rule Taylors circuit last week he took in Richmond Ky and purohased another branch establishment there where he expects to reap a harvest in his strictlybusiness methods of conducting buinesa Whether after game under water on terra firma or in the cities he is a rustler and a hus tier and gets there nil the same fccilian Gab Notes The Cecilian Club met with Mrs Lee lie Evans January 22 The subject for this meeting was dance music the program consisting of a dance form from all nations Quite a pleasant after noon was spent The next meeting February 12 is held with with Mrs Robt Buruam The selections on to days program are all from Mozarts operas III the December Etude we find the following sketch of Mozart Mozart a Position Unique Mozarts position in the world of mu sic is absolutely unique There have been other musical prodigies but never one so gifted Tl ere have been others who were composers In their youth but none so remarkable When a child of eight heJiad completed a sym phony In the realm rf operatic mu sic he was the same life giving power Born a melodist ho borrowed from Italy all that pertains to melody While Mozart was a musician and not a dramatist he left in Don Giovanni a perfect form of music drama that is after a hundred years of mutation and detraction the purest most abiding work known to the operatic stage A Record of SixWeeks It beginning to look like the year 1902 is to go down in history as a year of calamities The pac set by the first six weeks of the new year is awful The CouriorJournrl enumerates some of tine greatest casualties which will give some idea of the great losses that have been sustained The calamities began with the sink ing of the Walla Walla oil Cape Nor docino by an unknown bark on tIne night of January 3 when fottyseven lives were lost This was followed January7by a cavein at the Negaunee coal mines in Michigan when over a dozen live were reported lost TIne Parkavenue tunnel horror in New York City where fifteen were killed and forty injured occurred January 8 then came the New York subway collision killing eight and injuring 250 persons On January 24 a dust explosion in the Lost Creek coal mines near Oska bean la killed twent one persons and injured eight more January 27 a Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul train crashed into a Keiisie avenue electric car in Chicago injuring twelve per sons and on the following day tho Lindell Hotel InSt Louis burned caus big a property lots of 000000 and many narrow escapes of people who got out of the building in only their night clothes Smother horror in Mexico marked the advent of Februaey when eigh tyseven lives wore lost In a dust explosion in the mines near Hondo Tine next day but one a large portion of the business sectjou of Waterburv Curia was burned causing a property loss of 2000000 Eight firemen were killed in St Louis February 4 by the collapse of the walls of tine American Tent and Awning Companys building in which they were lighting a fierce fire Februarys an explosion of gas in Chicago killed eleven peojlo Last Sunday was H day of disasters These given below happened on that day A fire which originated in a street railway power house at Patterson N J just after midnight burned fiercely until Sunday afternoon In all twenty five blocks were burned comprising part of the business center anti a portion of the residence section Tine loss is estimated at S10 000000 Ten men and a chambermaid are dead one man is missing eight are dangerously injured and ten more had narrow etcapesaml many frostbitten as the result of the burning of the Em pire Hotel at St Louis Mostof the dean were burned to death or suffocated in their rooms Fire in the business center of Elber ton Gn Sunday morning caused dam age which is estimated at 100000 Several business houses in Scottsville were destroyed by a fire which started at 2 oclock Sunday morning The loss Is estimate cl at 30000 Fourteen persons were seriously in lured by an early mottling fire which did 300000 damage in Brooklyn Mr Wheeler got Rid of His Rheumaiism Duriug the winter of 1898 I was so mybodyoCCluunberlalnsfirst application I began to get wen and was cured and have workehsteadily all the yearR Wh Northwuod N Y For lale by Stockton Ha gan lm Something That Will do You Good We know of no way in vrhich we can be of more service to our rEad- ers thou to tell them of something that will be of real good to them Ior tItle reason we want to acquaint them wjtth what we consider one ol tine very best remedies on the market for coughs colds and that alarming complaint croup Wo refer to Chamberlains Cough ttemody We have used it with longthatstyBv its prompt use we havent any doubt but that it has time and again prevented croup The testimony is xiven Upon our own experience and especiallytliogitheir liom iJ at u wif crntwl rlpePhJn 0 flMwj L O JAM y8t1J tI UItlh1w 0 A Josllceby W c- It is not improbable that the courts will some day be divided into tine two classes local and long distanced Judge Durham over in Rockcastle county took tho first steps in that direction last week He is magistrate In mine Wildle district and while in Mt Vernon Friday he was called up by Constable Jones at his home who uaid he had in charge a prisoner who was charged with breach of peace TIne prison er asked for an immediate trialso it was agreed to do it up by telephone With the Judite and County Attorney at one end and tIne Constable and Defendant at the other They were kept busy fur about thirty minutes when the prisoner was found guilty and a fine ol S12 was imposed which of course was promptly paid SOl far as it is known it is the first long distance court on record 7f4Tbla signature Is on every box of tho genuine Laxative Brcmo Quinine Tabicu the remedy that cures n cold In ono tiny Some fellows only tell tine truth when they cant think ot a lie The Golden Wonder or Retro Curl is guaranteed to cure Kheumatish Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Lame Back Inflammatory Rheumatism Cramp in Stomach Diarrhoea Cholera Morbus Headache and Toothache Sore Throat Sprains Frosted Feet ChillblaliiR Contracted Muscles Craint and all aches and pains about the body Eureka Compound is the greatest known remedy for thin Blood Indiges lion Kidney and other blood diseases festimoniila furnished on application For sale by Perry Thomas Itich monil Ky THE D P SCOTT DruG Co 81 Chestnut St Lexington Ky I lao Tine steeple jack is one kind of high churchman Legacy oi the Grip Is often n rundown system Weakness nervousness lack of appetite en ergy and ambition with disordered liv er anti kidneys often follow an attack of tins wretched disease Tine greatest need then is Electric Hitters the splen did tonic blood purifier anti regulator of Stomach Liver nod Kidneys Thou sands have proved that they wonder fully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore to health and after an attack of If perjfectThomas druggist 1m Looking for n speakeasy is a sort of still hunt F E B vf heard a man say the other morn lung that tins abbreviation for February Fell meansFr je every My and that man looked frozen in liLt ulster It was apparent that lie needed the kiid of waimth that stays the warmth thftt reaches front head to foot all over tIne body We could mace told hifn from personal knowledge that Hoods Sarpap arilia gives permanent warmth it in visorates the blood and speeds it alone through artery and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to en joy cold weather and resist tIne attacks of dfoens It gives tine right kind of warmth stimulates and strengthens at thin iame time anti all its benefits IIIe lasting There may be a suggestion in this for you fob 12 1m Bowing to circumstances is apt to be forced politeness Tills Will Interest Jlany To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier 15 B It t Botanic Blood Balm into now homes we will give away 10000 treatments B B JJ will positively cure blood anti skin trou bles nlcnrH scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim plea boils carbuncles bone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison affecting throat or bones raucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBBniakes the pure ninth rich heals every sore or eruption and stops all aches and pajns Druggists SI For free treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Gn Describe trou blo and free medical advice given until cured B B It cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment n B B composed of pure botanic drugs ninth is the finest blood purifier in thin world I The new woman often wears od clothes Beware ol Ointments for Catarrh That Can tata Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the ganse of smell and completely dfranga the whol system when eiiUriug it through the mucous surfaces Nidi articles should never bo used except Ott pre scriptions from reputable physician as tine damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure miami ufactured by F J Cheney Co To ledo O contains no mercury anal is taken internally acting directlv upon tIne bood and IIIUCOUH surfaces nif hI system Iu buvins halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get this genuine It is ink en internally and made in Toledo 0 by F f Co Testirunlal free Sold by Druggist price 75 per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m For Spring 1902g White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen P rAian Lawn French Lawrt Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties- i Ginghams Ghambrays Shir tings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons I Agents for Goftonts Celebrated Shirts White AND Gibson RIQIMONPKrY A UUIISCUVRUYI DislOverytroubles removes gravel seminal einlssionsweak and lame backs rheumatism and nil irregularities ol tine kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will bo sent hy mail on receipt ol 1 One small bottle is two month treatment ami will cure any ease above mentioned Dr K W Hall sole mann facturer P O Box 62 J St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug irists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W hell St Louis MoDear Sir I have iifed one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble 1 weighed 150 pounds when f began using it today I weight 170 pounds 1 feel hotter than I have in twenty years antI I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4 rcJ JOHN A RIDDLE The Ladies Aid Society will keep you posted as to their entertainment which will bo given some time In the near future Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twenty eight page paper In magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy as aisled by a stall of contributors corn prising the best writers and literary authorities on all current subjects social religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of man and affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry a paper in which the best books best playa and best music areably reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are given careful attention It Is tine up tvdate paper for tho merchant the teacher the professional man 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 for ton weeks THE MIRROR- 8Jantf St Louis Mo Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estnte of Boyle Doty deceased will present the same to the undrslgued property verified on or before February IS 1902 or the earns will be barred J STONE WALKER- A K DOTY Jan 1992 Administrators 15jau5iT Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims against the estate of D B Miller decd will present Ihe sam to the undersigned properlylrerified onor before March 1902 or same will be barred B L trADE 29ian5ir Administrator A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in1 goldoond silver has come to bo proverbial Men have tho 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 L E LANE Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take tine place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun highestCASh We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a prodiletthut we propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT Near CN Depot BROS 2janly RICHMOND KY Home Seekers Excursions at very Low Rates to many points in the following territo ry Alabama Arizona Arkansas British GeorgIaidahoKentucky Louisiana Michigan Minne sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over tho iItt1 4 IRout ISelling Dates 0FebrFor huh Information a particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privi leges etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address tha t1n elsi ned Warren J Lynch Vf P Deprje Ocal 1a8 l1JckeLlto btal 1 A 3 Bt Jt IllQlnohlll I We Treat You I I The whole Year FartcyKnit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephvr closely knit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancy combination flee colined Hood closely knit stitched allover with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascipators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c eaclt Merits Handkerchiefts I rIThe best Scent Handkerchief ever pro lmlduced staple borders of Red Blue also White at5c each q The leader of the liLaMens Softest fln tl ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched border printed in tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color 4effectsatlOcSilky Japanette Cloth Handkerchlefsone Ibli inch hem white silk initial in corner at lUc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 23c a of in new signs 70x73 2ply raised Drive I Core St V W toII W fc a Vtt J fc ifc g at our our we of line that was Richmond is of Stamped Coronation is our In wo have and get of that you i L 0 ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES from the Board of from States in the Corn Belt In lSS9 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr P II several of meats and study in isolating the true germ of swine and prepared a Scrum which is the Co of Over 400 000 bogs have successfully treated end this treated with the Antitoxin thrive better a higher price on the market than not treated The that the Injection of in well swine will money for serum and ifill tanner easily the of bogs to be treated One or six IIORS 100 S350 Jb Van Company Van Euren Street a e oai o 0 o SSSSSaS S o S 0 to I 110 s JO sS3 Sea ce SOs S For trial IGlilto So CSS 505- g a GO e0 lIoe 00 0 Quotations 5 State News sims All the Local Complete 0o 5IC 0 50 Se 505 S 38000 AND OVER DAIUV 0s a Or year by 500 e 1 5 505 Sm S a Louisville K 0 S a 0 Y1 makes business For bargains such as are found help you i Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks I Fancy Eiderdown good fur edged wih Angora fur lioj with cream colored Flannelette utr r the best ever produced now Sir Cloth Cloaks dark blue and red with lane sailor apliqtied in silk braid at f and S1CO I Waetit tWhon in town see us nt home write us In well Sais Ion ttJtt J Ladies e Sheer High Grade Lawn Handken one halt Inch hemstitched border av s Na 2131 Handkerchiefs halt inch made el soil Swiss em ered all arundln very tasteful patio chain work flowers and leal pjt well worth lIe at lee Ladles Swiss Handkerchiefs with SIof real lace flower at 25c Mufflers in ot high grade English Serge size KUB u aetks X Q SasOxford superior quality white Quilt made bleached yarn 1 hemmed size at 49c each IReverea new Sprtad that has just been added to the line size 70x dIextra soft yarn nobby centers hemmed at 99c each IA in Genuine Marsailles Quilts Main First CI- i fzg v 0 been was Quality 333 grade M size ex a of and flowers the ever offered for the money to ep tinl this 299 Ask seo Q i t f1 ifnr J7 Sc i are vast and in selection have in the way Spring Goods the of nite over brought to our line and Mount Jlellick Linen and Attention particularly to this liiio can ploase the most a assortment from If you will call examine and prices you are sure to buy I want If so with a7 a L Returns Agriculture show losses De Vaux after years scientific succeeded diseases Antitoxin manufactured Chemical Chicago saved by remedy and command those Company guarantees their Antitoxin absolutely paid be refunded Any can atltilahterthc Antitoxin Orderaccording ounce vial sufficient Antitoxin Syringe Chemical 131 Chicago 2Uprly s000eoeoowoSS S 00 Vs a months Sit ellscriptlon 0 S CITh SCSouthLatest Market Latest r News 0 Press Reports oarges Circulation in the South mallI FOURTH AVE Which your andsound here holdyour ground colored weight bover collar white throughout values in collar white When either case Mocy- z HemstiUhed Lawn white designs Novelty popular colors fine high arsailles QllillsI2t heavyweight large floral center patterns surroun I novel ferns hndsIlI Quilt Price week to them OWEN MCKEE t4t New ioods arriving dailv Emporium handsomest Ginghams1w GoodsjEmbroideries Insertions Etc Unequaled beautiful Battenburg liluss Braid called readym- deSkirt Department tastes antI large stuck fnRtitliousI New Matting IsaleyouknowLowest PricesI- s what trade Lee Smith 1 experi DeVaux HOOT IIwJnevlllSVOAtsyringe number SEND SSO0e th- eLouisville TIMEAlternoonPiperin SOc Monti SmSoI aiiii4 safeII Willalways Handkerchiefs Thk groupings Richmond Kentucky 1 r A 1 itb In I Ji i HOi I 4 s H- rl7 Ou en I 1 lc1 00 I COP tT =o 00 w4 2JS1 o ft1 00 0 l1rn 4 a O CJ J t l k Q 77I ffi7f 7Ih LL7 7 I have accepted tlr agency for Richmond anti Madison county thmticffi Jit- W Coffee Co nndam now calling on the people i as rapidly as possible i If jou want tho best 70 Coffee Tea Baking I Powder Spices or Ex 3 p tracts and at the same 0 time get usefuland beautiful prescntsrfe0 TheI teed and tins price t Di i d iSRPiespeth 4T AiAw7rcTt vyfF1 W Lv1h a sRichmond Ky 7ft 717iJ YYY fYLffiF F I t i IllLJRMAN has made Richmond the boat market on Hides Siuf old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Bnbber Shoes nd Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on eartli When other people cin pay good price Thurrnan can par etJer prices always the high est Any one will buy your stock on anadvaliciug market we will buy theat all thetime CALL Affe GET OUR PRICES rf tJtIJfe r T eryJiitf I C a o- 1 G ia rTT TT ttt4AVING tdecided to reduce our U our stock of GLASS and ttperhapstJ determined to take off 20 per cent ltII on any article in this line regardless needingGlassnear future will Save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH I il If want anything special in 0the way of 3lteB tFancy Groceries 9V J Clover Timothy and Blue- Grass Seed CALL UP I 1 I The Richmond Climax ONKSDAY FEB 12 1902 IT A Wilkes Smith Dentist is r v located over J B Stouffers t in Store Gfeblf nicert at Court House Thursday t Feb 20 iiring your inagazineHand old books t f IMMAX for firstclass binding tliMiembur Miss Minnie Dykos at tho Court flouts Feb 20 rk Dunston of Portwood has In ranted an increase of pension II IlobHon dentist next door t vrniiUHt building u Richmond Ky j P Armeris offering some bartpu s n the jewelry line in some W ls Dontfail to get them a u Ford lOdgu of A O U AV will g a banquet next Friday night for w splendid program has been a 1 ar in mind that u treat is f- nfr the people of Richmond in t ot an entertainment to be i in the near future by the Ladies Iiety of the First Prebbyterian 1 Murphy Co makes follow rjirt r 55 cattle on the market Ikdfonl sold to W B Wood toni al 1000 ll cattle at 4jc J F t To sold 12 to Mr Ochennau about 000 at 4Jc Snipe to i BidIle S JOOlb cattle at4Jc Beilford sold 15 yearlings to in Turr at JO per head ahorilf SMituliehl told IS head of yearl u sH per head tn B F Bedford ws to McIntyre McClntock t r head IliblerKrosSjld sevens ti Jas Stewart at f 17per head Wasted utry dried apples will pay KillosK c Witlienbury feblLMt Fr Rent rooiis to rant cheap Well lo a Apply to Thuruian lirocory tf lost tit of glawoe Adolph Jordan mi the iu se Return to this It 25fletf J Notice i is to warn tho public thatl will responsible for any debts con ii bv mv son John Mathew Sharp iii 1m D F Sharp Public Sale In sell at public auction on the ri bPli Fabruitry 22 at 230 oclock uInc occupied by me on Sec rpt DR J FKAZEE Exdtemcat en the Hill A ire iiuii inc lamp in tho study a MadisoH Institute full one night iktlulPinJ ton itJerulJle exeitei r a few minutes but fortunately 0irt4 wag duitp h laasas City Vvo shunkt formerly mana iirs City He line recently pnr ilajib printiiigr plant and is re- ir loinsr H good husiiuis For Sale t fftr for Pnlf prfvritely a thirty t Knjipr smith long Rtroko engine dc ready for use will seller 0rIr II Chenault or this Mce i Ellison 1iIC r rzyd or Stolen x f vwl from my place at Piiint Lick r dW with ppiUori hor Ixidy riiig i and deliornod Hue htwn gone ijp Ileks Liberalrewllrl offered r r r turn Notify J S Campbell atct Lick or this office febD4t Fut at E C Bof lS- TI Jessamine News says Fire reout in the family room of Mr f Koggs last Sunday night and by i ivly discover by Mrs Bnfrgs the si jpncc was eavwl from distruction ho i was djcovored under tho he1rth Vv pulling away time floor a ffw ackflts of water extinguished themes Ios trifling fully covered r insurance It 0 0 rI 1oI ii CbIhfleeJuly 17tI Won Third Money Bessie Gath a line English setter the property of C H and Joe Chonault won third moiipy In the Continental Field Trials at Grand Junction Tenn Monday Messrs Chenault will re ceive S100 as their part of the premium Fcr Sale or Rent A nice residence on West Jfain street Best location in town Lot 100x675 feet with splendid garden sta ble and outbuildings Address j C Et28S N Broadway feb2 3t To Have the Military Hon Vincent Boreing has requested he Adjutant General to detail a mili tary instructor at the Sue Bennett Me morial College at London It is thought the military department will be established in the institution right a way A Tour Around the World The ladies of the Baptist Church will give an entertainment some time in May the exact date of which has not been decided upon It will be A Tour Around the World and will bo very unique in every way They will tell more about it laterF- randeanlal Gab The Prandennial Club meets Thuts day tomorrow evening with Mr W S Moherley Dinner at Joes at 7 Subject Should there be a tribunal for compulsory arbitratation of labor troubles Class Roberta Gates Mc Lellan McGarvey mind S NMoberloj A Success The handkerchief sale and reception given by the ladies of tho Christian Church at Joplins store last Friday was a success A nice sum amounting to about sixty dollars was realized which will be devoted to the cause of Foreign Missions At Newby Mr R E L Bigizerstaff has accepted a position with J S Stapp who car- ieS on a large generarmurchaiidiging lushness ot Kowby Mr Uiggerstaff has charge of the und rtHkiiii depart meRit of the store lie is an experi enced undertaker and embalmer and M Stapp has done weli in xecuring his services A Good Smoke J P Arbnckle received a box of very fine Havana ciuais last week from his cousin Estace Arbnckle who is now chief clerk of the Treasury of Havana Cuba Mr Arbnckle shared the smokes with his friends mind of course the CLIMAX was not forgotten Tim only regret we hind WHS that thev turned to ashes too fust A Great Opportunity Saturdays Courier Journal Ion tained pplondid picture of Miss Min ale byte with a very complimentary notice of time work she has lone ini Cincinnati fts Richmond people should feel proud of this uiftvd young lady and should appreciate tho op portnnlty to hear her She will be at the Court House February 20 For The Exposition Tim following invitation has been re colclatthmisoflicPTiie Cincinnati cordially fnvlfn yon to the Formal Opening of the Cincinnati nnildluJr lit the SonUi Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition nt Charleston S C Febrti iinring your headquarters when in Charleston at any time during the Exposition Pablic Sale of Live Slock In order 10 wind up a partnership business we have decided to dispose at public suction in front of the Court house in thl8 city atlO30 on Monday March 3rd 1902 the following list of livestock Onh 3 yearold black Squirrel stalljon 6n 4yearold Black Hawk and Don Onion tallion three JJyearnld jacks tidonejennet IOGriggs 4t ins Elkin Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents fin Houses Richmond Ky 1RbcERJEs I Always Fresh And The Best Give us a Trial Order liri IZ CtIt nC IKthTFP PRO1 i c i Sf Dr Hobson Dentist BIchmond Ky apr7tf Hr Scarcys Bill lion C L Searcy has introduced a bill in the Legislature to make the Governor Chairman ex officIo of the Bqnrcl of Trustees of the State A and College A Costly Landslide About twenty feet of the bank on hasLilienrepuirtlleEsiray A bay pare came to my place on January 201902 and lass since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying cost W A MYERS ian29 4t Paint Lick Ky Lost betwernRleluuondcontaining about S200 worth of instru paidforfeb2 If Dn 3 W H AwaiT SjriBe OpeningMMr Swoflield of IiStonfferlIA line line of Spring samples willbe forSprlncompany is guaranteed Cattle Die Mr IV A I1tuneday It is supposed that they died from eating too much dry fodder dnr thefirstsectionsbaoForeigner Gds a Job Mr Hem Klima of Uerca has through Congressman Horeing se cured a position in the Government Printing Office at a ralaiy of Sl200 a year Rhima Is nn finaiithe province of liohomla Austria 1nmagar and hits been foegeRepublican saTheA good crowd turned out to hear Ellas Day who was at the Masonic Temple last Tuesday night It was he last lecture of the season i cliiequtllsInf itellstrictlyhih bTimeTGeneralbution to the Confederate Home ChftpterBSCapt Gus Dedman IsmondIndividual 100 Tom Barrett Chapter 105 Dr Basil C Duke Chapter 100 Col IL G Sterner Chapter 200fiTotal 105700 stSaleBy agreement of all parties an order was entered in the Circuit Court divrectinj that the Commissioners sale olathe Broaddus place on West Main street be set aside Tim property was told by Commissioner S E Scott a few days ago Attorney A C Wens was the purchaser at 35DO On ac count of the very bad weather the day of the sale there was too small a crowd present It is thought that a better price will be realized at another sale ForSalettHaving accepted a position in New York I will for the next 15 days sell any thing in tho Saddlery Harness line at absolute cost I am making the sale iu order to reduce my stock about 2500 1 will then leave my business in the hands of Jlr T B Lake who will continue to conduct it at same stand Kow is your opportunity to buy your Spring supplies From this day my business will be conducted on a cash basis Profits will be reduced and we will bo orcpared tojmiterestyomiI in prices Any one store will kindly call and settle febotf Respectfullyh Kr HcOintock to LeavetThe friend of Jlr John T McGlii UlearnHe has secured a position with DOe S liceknian prominent brokers ot- row York andwill leave for that city in a few lays The company handles tIle business of the Empire State Quick Silver Mining Co whose mines are cituated in Lake and Colusa counties California While we aresorry to give Mr Md Unlock up we congratulate him on I ill good fO tUlle in securing such a position He him resided here about fourteen years and is one of our most entnrprisingyoung business men lie has been chairman of the Republi can County Committee for several years mind last July was appointed Aassistant Postmaster of Richmond Gas Reduction Aboutone year ago this company materially reduced tats and water rates It has bleu so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It has determined to allow aditcount o25c per 1000 foot on film minating gas furnished on and after Dee 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofgas frdm 200 to 175 JSSTBui notice is especially given that this discount ciT gas will not be allowed to any poriou who fails to pay his gas bill on or before time 10 of each mouth at the otllce or who is indebted to the company for water All delta qubiit persons wlH be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATEC LIGHT Co Nov 27 1061tec4 tI Tried to Rob the Bank Leo Smith tho colored porter at the State Bank Trust Company was caught Tuesday night trying to open the old vault of that hank It is said that for some time small sums of money and other articles have been missed from the bank and the offices in the build tfg To satisfy themselves in their fsuspicion Jlessrs Cabell Chen ault and L P Evans watched the place Tuesday and were rewarded by finding Lye Smith trying to open the door When the bank building was vecodeleda Jew years ago anew vault was 1Uilt fitted with a time lock Since that time the old vault lion been used to keep papers and other valm abtearticlesin but very little money jfqnite a surprise to the public when it became known that Lee Sm th- wngui1tofnh an not He tea well koown ciJlcred men anal lias alVratt bjiQ bIhyrpoct l IJlIHrpa t J fr bi j Chcrch fBurnci The Waco JJaptist church was destroyed by fire last Sunday afternoon causing a loss of about S2000 It is not known how the fire originated but it is thought to restarted by a spark dropping from the stove Services were held in tho church that morning There was no insurance on the build- Ing Rev W II llyals of this city was the pastor A Shake Up There has been a general shako up among the Adams Express agents in this section ilurinir the last few lay Mr Fred L Giinstead lana been called to Lexington to take charge of the office there temporarily while Mr Q L Sparks of the Livingston office has Mr Griusteads place here Mr Simms of the local ofTicn will look after Mr Sparks business at Livingston The Youngest on Record Mr William Bybee who is only twenty two years ofage is probably the youngest Councilman in Kentucky Bybee4rasThursday night to fill the vacancy used by the resignation of his father r E H Bybee who was recently elected to time office Mr E H Bybee resigned to take a position in the sher iffs office Mother and Child Horribly Burned The sevenyearold child of Mrs cnulhlfiregrate In her effort to subdue the firejaudc arms ran for a branch nearby Had it not been for the assist R ace of a colored woman the child and mother would have both perished Thoy are both in a critical condition New Firm toMessrsMahler have formed a partneiship and will conduct a ta CblishimntMahler The senIor member of tormtr ofOtluctioticonnected with Cuss Jacobs the tailor r several months is a tailor of many years experience It goes without ying that the new firm will claim a rge shale of the trade Grocery Burnt Out JOFiregrocery about last atayb vieTho origin of the fire is unknown but seemed to have started behind the sh elves in the rear of the store The loss is estimated at about with SI 000 insurance Miller Brothers een in business just about a yearhaveI that time have built up a good They expect to open again with a new stock within the next two weeks Tiffany Text The CLIMAX has received the se ariesofofca Mrdsidentical threatne quality of blank visiting cards in ock We also have thleteding invitations etc with teelopeagrrticlesand see samples and get prices which are mpst reasonable thGrantedThe city council last week granted to time Blue Grass Consolidated Trac tion Co the ri htofway for the interurban railway through the town of Kicholasville Councilmen B L Cook antI R II Webb voted against it giv iD as their reason thata corporation will derive as much as they beis p Closhould pay for the franchise but tinMfi d Mifferentlyried by a three fourths vote A Card to the Public- I have just closed an eight days auction sale iu this jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of watch ca diamonds and jewelry of all kinds and r deadyto giving goods away at alf and is fiomeper cent less than you will be able to get the same any placo in the nited States Respectfullym3m PSRSONAL Mr Clifton Snilllet is ill at his home near this city Miss Elizabeth Walker of Versailles isthe guest of the Misses Crowe Mr and Mrs II It Smith were in NichulasvilU Saturday Miss Annie Kennedy left Monday to visit friends at Pineville Mrs George White has dMissJudge and Mrs John O Chenault wore in CincinnatiSaturday Miss Sallie Miller is in Winchester WinnIweek Misa Miss Doyle Letcher of Mt Verne spent several lays at home this week Miss Amelia Norlnnn of Midway was the guest of friends here last week Mien Russell Wassou oi Versailles is the guest of Mrs S Ncvilfe Mober ley Mr Harvey Ellison has been icebound tt home during the recent cold spell Mr and Mrs Chenault Willis spoilt several days with friends hero this week Motsrs Z T Rice nntl Joe Boggs spent several days in Cincinnati last week Miss Sue Scrivner is visiting her brother Mr Harry Scrivner iu Win chtiter Miss SalliB Walker oMrvine is the guest of Mrs G F Bradley in the county Miss Mabel Letton has returned from an bxtended visit to friends in Chicago Mr and Mrs J N Turnar of Camp bellavillo are visiting Col and Mrs AV R Letcher Mrs D M Chenault has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in ML SterlingII + Dr Landman time oculist will be at time Glyndon Hotel Wednesday February 121902 Miss Franky and Bnsie Doty cf Paint tryDotyEstiliilIntheil iffti i I Mr and Mrs James V Gibson of Fayette county wero guests of friends in the city lat week Mrs Curtis FBurnam has returnee from a visltto Judge and Mrs A R Burnaui in Frankfort Miss Pattie Letton has returned to her home in Paris after a visit to her tister Mrs H A Woolluiiig Miss Emily Chenault has returned iofMrs G G Proxyilt has returned from a Visit to her sister Mrs D A Cheu ault near Chileoburg Miss Anne Bennett will leave to morrow for Fairhaven Washingtou to visit her sister Mrs Evan S McCord MJudgehas been in the city several days uuest of his brother Dr V II Hobson Mrs George L Walden of Danville was called here last week by the ill ness of her brother Mr James W Smith Mr and Mrs R C White and Mr II Hodgkin of Winchester were guests of Miss Emily White at White Hall last week Mr David Chenault wlll leave to day for Arizona where where he wit spend several months in hope of re gaining his health Miss Florence Wine and Miss Eliza beth Robinson of Winchester who have been visiting Miss Sue Hume re turned home Friday Mrs JlI Poyntz and Mies Kathleen Poyntz will entertain tliid evening in honor of their guests Misses Chilton and Poyntz of Missouri Mr Len Willis Jr who has ueeIS in Kansas City the past five in the county visiting his parents and old friends He is a popular Jessa minit and all were glad to shake his hand again Jessamine News Miss Carrie Poyntz and Bernita Chil n of Harrisouville Mo visitois of D brfrom a visit to Paint Lick and Silver reek where they spent a few days Miss Kathleen Poyntz who was culled Mt Sterling by the serious illness liar aunt returned home Thursday RELIGIOUS Time subject for next Sunday Y M C A meeting is what ought the young man to expect oflhe Ohurch Talks si MSP Evans The meeting with be held 3 p m andeli young men are in ted MATRIMONIAL JoiixsM ASTERS Win Johns and Miss Eliza Masters were married at the brides home near Valley View latt Tuesday BllxterIand Miss Rina Huguely daughter of Squire Huguely of Red House will be married today in Winchester COSDV BLACKWEIL Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage Mr Harry Cosby of this city and iss Lillian Elizabeth Blaokwell of Winchester which will take place at e home of the bride on Wednesday F SebruaryPresbyterian church officiating After e ceremony tho bridal party will leave for this city where they will ndered a a reception at the homo of the groomMcConuPnEWiTT A wedding of much interest to Bluegrass society was aatchester and Miss Ella Reid Prewitt of Mt Sterling which was celebrated at he brides home last Wednesday even ing Mrs McCord is well known here h jaavingOhannuhand has many Richmond frienda who uish her God speed with the man of her choice Mr McCord 1mlarke has won III the bridal party were 5isseCord of this place BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Herbert Scrivener are rejoicing in the arrival of a 10pound daughter DEATHS HISLE William L Hisle aged 3o ied at his home in this city Friday after an illness of about three months of consumption He leaves a wife slid ve children- SLAYSIAICEnRer W A Slaymaker died suddenly of heart disease at Bert ley Va last week in the sixtythird ot his age Dr Slayinakor for enly lived in this city being employ etlb the Evangelistic Committee of the Presbyterian Church His wife and two daughters survive him TAXKEKSLEY Thomas W Tankers ley formerly of this county tiled at the home of his sister Mrs Naomi je Curry in Lexington Saturday His teeatlihad recently returned to Lexington from Texas where had been in f r tetainingplace in the Richmond Cemetery Sun ay afternoon the services being con ducted by Rev Dr Dodge RUSSELL Mia Dora Russell died at her home in this city Sunday morning at two oclock She was stricken with paralysis about ten days age and she never regained consciousness She was the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Russell both deceased nnd was adevoit member of the PresI byterian Church Although fihe has been almost an invalid for several years she has found the ttength to do much good in the world and many of theSe she has helped will miss her now The influence of her gentle character will befell lop niter she has gone She leaves four sisters Mrs Ellen Wil or- son of Lexington Mrs Thos Hogue of Washington Georgia Mrs Jnlllet Tevisand Miss Sadie Russell of llich mend A few short years igo this was one of the largest and most influential families in the Stale The sympathy of the entire community is with the family in their affliction WHITE Mrs Lucy A White wid owofthe into Hon R J White died at her boron near Fort Kstill last Sup day night of heart failure She had been sick for about six weeks ana her death was not tihexpectod She was welladvanced in years having passed her seventythird birth day Mrs White by both blood and marriagtv was connected with some of the most prominent families in the State She was before her marriage Miss Lucy A Duncan and was one of the belles of the county more than half a century go She has always been a consistent member of the Christian Church and has brought up her children in that faith Three sons an Jo daughters Ur vive William K JBijou and Mrs J M Foster of thisclty The funeral serviceswere conducted by Rev Hugh MrXellan jnthe Christian Olinrch 7ectOrlCy alQfnC n after which time hlnlll1l1dOemottlI o f fiiic 1t J t A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING NoUble Nuptials Celebrated at Foist PIca mast West Virginia f3he folIo ing account of the Gibsoni1cGuiinweddiug whicli is token from the Pciint Pleasant VV Va Daily Reg ster will be read with inter peopleIA LOVELY WEDDING Yester day February the fifth nineteen hundred und two at Riverview the home of Mr und Mrs W H Hogg their neice Miss Lucy entor McGuflin daughter of olonel John A McGuiiin of aS ewell W Va was united in murriugo to Mr Joint R Gibson of Richmond Ky by the impres sive and beautiful ceremony of Rev A E Gnver pastor of the Presbyterian church this city cy expectamiifor great event Point PJeasunts social firmament shone forth in a way Unit proves her stars are plentiful and hnr stattilites are- ar re o enemyfIllS icy hand the scones that en v iron this famous country home It was the truest of Southern greetings that made time handshake remembered the words of welcome linger iu the mnd of every guest- sti they entered a home whose name Riverview has ever been u hospitableillHundreds of invitations had been issued and the rooms were filled with relatives and friends from fur and near representing time o aristocracyfAbove the hum of voices roman that sweet aubdiung melody from Lohengrin in answer to the exquis ite touch of that chumming and accomplished young lady Miss iMnrgureb VetherelI of Parkers burg White satin ribbons attached to the parlor doors were carried by tht ushers Dr Gory Hogs and r Grit T Smith and formed an aisle for the remainder of the bridal party- Following the two ushers came the two bridesmaids Miss Agnes Lee Smith of Ironton Ohio and Miss Madge Hart of Richmond Ky They were beautifully and daintily gowned in white organdie over white taffeta trimmed in tucks and itmaertiotTcame honor Miss Lncio Long beauti fully attired in white Paris mouse line trimmed with lace and ribbon made over white silk lovelyimportedb road cloth embroidered in white i the yoke and sleeves wore of heavy white silk cordedwith silver braid o bouquetfeach timid and the maid of honor carried Bridesmaids roseo The grooms gift to tho bride wae a beautiful diamond crescent which she wore The minister followed time bride minddoor between the dining room and parlor by the groom and his best man Mr Frank McGonnell of Alabama the latter taking his lace opposite time maid of honor The color scheme in tho dining room was pink and white and the tables formea an H The bride and groom maid of oiir and best maul sat ut time small table in the center and the remainder of the bridal party and the family ut the two large tables From time ceiling in the centre of tne room was suspended u bus k c ifarnationspink and white ribbons extended from the slime point to the ends of each long table Vases of beau tifitl La France roses and pink and white carnations stood on each table and the center one wasi draped with smilux The dining room was decked with holly and numerous caudlebra with rose pink shades throwing a soft liimt over alltlWe paused a duizliiig nrrey of presents has some Fairy Pnnce been here waving the mighty wand of wealth over a scene where hearts ore t flotmohedlove We aqliloquized no tis only a revolution of the wheel of life und this is the way the pros perity and happiness of one gemmirc ation is trmisferred to Mr John R Gibson is the prince Mrs Gibson hits always been ime central figure 91an admiring of neighbors and friends who have successfully idolized her und the correspondent of the Reg- Ister otTers for them no apology for it is also his owu Who could help itV Mr und Mrs Gibson will travel in the East und from thenco they gdto Juckeonville Florida to spend their lune do miel Point Pleasant W Va Daily Register of good fellows and is largely identified with the business and social interests of his native state Time bride is an exceptionally beautiful and gifted girl and is well fcuited to the position shin C will occupy society Ever since hr debutante ball she lisa been a social favorite her voice and manner are most winning she is un unusually witty conversationalist un athelic girl Iud a pretty one tiocietv tlppropesof this wed diugfromu every viewpoint So ciety delights to tell the story of strong and generous friendship lovelnudtiful New N1mes Burrs KANSAS Feb 5 1002 Climax TrlMing Co As Jamaoaiixtoqstoliearfrom home Iwpuld rather do without meals PlensoseddIitTRoy Ilk Feb 5 1902 The Climcto ftinliny Co Enclosed find two dollars for which pleas end me your valuable paper Kefipectfqlly J J Skinner The above arc samples of what are received overy lay to say nothing of the numbers who call f theoffiM tjo have their names placed oaourlist It means that tlllt Ouuxz Is continually gmoIn In to a1ll otn JItH trQm1RlVfV E I r c Shoes For MewL The Right Kinds jZtt Right Prices I Our line of Mens Shoes embrace every thing from an honesty all leather Work Shoe at J t up to the finest Patent Leather that money and skill can produce Big Stock To Select Front j- Our assortment is very extensivethe largest in Richmondandour system of buying in large lots direct from the best manufacturers enables us to offer prices purchaseTake2 250 3 350 4 and 5 and well you why we 1 lead in Shoes as well as Clothing t n COVINGTON RANKS 1 Stops the Cough lone Works off tho cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Some compliments fall flat and others fIatterIp stepsJ O CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Paradoxical as it may seem a square meal is was that will go around Dr Whitos Electric Combs Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building MRS OERA C HART State Agent 27feblyr If poverty is not a crime why is it punished with starvation Millions Put to Work Tho wonderful activity of the new century is shown bv an enormous de mniad for the worlds best workers r Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1 m Because a man is ungainly is no reason why he should not gain his weight A Cure For Lumbago W C Wiliamson of Amherst Va says For more than a year I suffered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Patti Balm and it gave me entire relief which all other rem edies had failed to do Sold by Stockton Hagan 1iu You cant hope to keep your friends you lose your temper Bucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous compound iu the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation mas ters Piles Millions of Boxes sold year UlcerslITime best way to kaep a servant girl to trj to discharge her When the Chimney- if choked with soot the fire languishes and goes out When the bronchial ruliea are clogged with phlegm the ame of life flickers Intelligent treat ment with Allens Lung Balsam brings up the phlegm allays inflammation stops the cough and pain in time chest ana in a word overcomes those terri ile colds which if neglected soon be lIne consumption A hott may be without a peer but it wont last long without arrival A Wretched Millionaire The story is told of the owner of sev o railroads who was unable to buy relief from the nervetwisting agony of neuralgia It is an unlikely tate The sick man must have known that Perry Diyis Painkiller would help him at once as it has helped so many thou sands of sufferers in the past sixty years There Is but one Painkiller Perry Davis rime man who cant pay his batter plunges headfirst into debt Time mother who would be horrified at the thought of letting her daughter wander away toa strange country with oct gufde or counsel yet permits her to outer that unknown laud of womanhood without counsel or caution t lien Ju utter ignorance the maiden mast meet physical problems whose solution will effect her whole future life Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip Itowomenthem for their important functions Miny a nervous hysterical peevish gil has been changed to ahappy young wfiman after the use of Favorite Pre scHption has established the sound health of the organs jecnliaily femU nine Every woman shonld own a copy of tli Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser sent free on receipt of21 one cent stamps to pay expense of mailing ty Tho same book of 1008 pages in substantial cloth for 31 stamps Ad drjjgs Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y l3ven time closemouthed nina must suiicumb to the dentist Tetter SattKboura and Eczema cIio intense itching and smarting bid ktait1ya11yedbyvery oases hajre been permanently cured by it Jt is lqual1y efficient for itching piles and a favorite for sore nipples pped bands chilbiaiiis frost bites ann chronl sore eyes 25 cte per box licays eiiitie Fewferft are ioi bocae Beede when la pad swiditloG Tonic blood jrerttier adfeliaifaga They arq sot JoN ltri- ti PI aM INDM in DM to taJIttM o Mo rpIIo w 0 Save Your Money A Guaranteed Investment OiirdoM Endowment Bond pays you Three Per Cent Interest on your deposfts This Is the one easy way to provide for the future of yourself and family WILL YOU This Bond has loan values cash values and paid up Insurance at any time you want them Creates an im mediate state of definite worth steadily increas ing In value each day J C BECK JRSPECIAL AGENT KCoy 4 4 y Sihky SantiagoIU i D y r = JiUUilrl f PRESIDENT ROOSEVSl cl New York zidMr I the best accocol hire les naval Iltbiin dcrlo tic wv as macb cesnc to r Ibdt psphj ta It illd to wsrt la WANTED t 411 c 0s u3 O 74 s t rr oph t i IMs rTttt ri- my1v b rea i i lGf22- i u it vr firespondint who li 5 cu dun ilitt entire live I tL JIiall td photographs jI Io irlit Thi P09tSensational If cH OO iYay i 5 1 r e fnoo cmise of the Plying ulsr 11 rc ldl outtSchl inclwl wad IoIon uf tb Spuib lied tO25 TZE RT rIE- IPS u sntnnnrh tIOTVU5t ami pereoaal Ie tfrMitf KMirAilaiinil Schlej T arts f ntorv of tho movements rt JPe t ir Klvlnpr SmilmmtrIt all the tts tiv iu tlia4 book are iirrec- tvmssciianr vtin Riim nr fart Explain so Itioa tile 1Loopitb Colioef ij t Jly every adT n nUlne ei r T IIoWrc r demand JthemUllntltolthe fxli jvecjT5fvr tio Hrft cf Ssnllssfa This book tells Ieverything just as xiir i 031 vtii av it Bunk Is selliiiK like 1wildfire LiiimrLT s ft nl nls rw iidy cut4 seven ont stamps forcacvru j tiiu Sor is li tuio j Price 150 5175 225 275 fccardtng style of binding desired AGENTS rff Gt1Fr1KfEV Sole PuGi5JS Ortl1PANYI A Free Picture of Gene Lee Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he will send us his name and address and tbe name and address of the Camp to which he belongs fj f Your best route to Dallas will be Tla Memphis Too IromSmemphis Ichan even DndFioffering you close connections and excellent scrrico 1rHENRY BROS FAIRFIEDDIOWA Announce to their Trade they are offering their Black JBiahiond Seed Oats JlOb lbs 3 or 500 lbe513 Iowas Premium White Oar 100 Ibm 27d or 600 lbs S12 Yellow Dent Seed Corn ii pet 1u or frbtii S750 Choice White Corn 150 per 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ite to R H FOWLER Trav raw Agt I C R R IxHiinTllle Ky TheBEST it Most 1 i 1 Rain and iwut hue ao effect on IllhEQtcr loft and able Stitches Jdo net break ringhrurface rrand cat The harnets not onlT keeps j li1 ae ut wear twice ulocebythe L Use of ureka Jbns Oil Sold everywhere in cansall sizes Uadetrr Standard Oil- Company COLOAL OLI We have just opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the best Coal at the lowest price We handle the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has no equal on the market Prompt ser vice full weight Give us a call tatlii Coil Co Phone I JACK FREEMAN Mgr oet812w TilE KNOBLE VATE FILTER POSITIVELY OERM PROOF A new- TICALaZILI PRAC IIRF- ECTFILT1R1OrI j home and comi mcrclal use We c guarantee our FILTERS to Rive LB A perfect salisfsc lion It IesirtdfMuu- 0 we will put up a R in your home or office for tIcs trial to show you its tts fend lt Canplttt Catalog JS KNOBLE FILTER CO itt ILlBOtSN 4e CHICAGO ILLS Pittsburg f ntral Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers Yards have been enlarged anti rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eaitern market Itest distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Washing Philodelphiu New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always III attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stuckC- OIIf3lgtItIIttItS far Crtniuiiesinn firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr lieclv 0 I 1n QI i4f If j jQ tkhl hern Mtua1 Inveslmn ro IOFLEXINGTON KY Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENE Wherein Life Insurance Com ITSIto the estate of the dead Tho Company is nearly 3 years old and has p premium inromo to the business in force titan Insurance Company S562000Ideslilnp an Investment yielding Urge returns during life this reAnyone Oouipany offers special advantages K SMITH BOlAJTvmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY AIRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky y TT l T f6W jj1 aESMITUPren F K BAIRD Sec and TreasJ L M WARE General Manager tJ IThe Jefferson uay Surety CD Incorporated Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT f On the MarkeM v 5 J because will make you the Money w c IIt is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 If- for I business on our Books f+ t It reqsires LESSmoneyto com Jt plete an Investment in The Jeffer- sont than in any other Company L3 fttI 1 eirtuallyUronud till j A trjAl wlllproVB the irlidpm ol an Investment In The Jefferson crHOME OFICE fNo 22 N Upper St LEXiNGTON KY 4 p I c v V j i i2 LONG STANDING FEUD Heater Turner Blew His Brothers Head OffWas Himself Wounded Scottsvllle Ky Feb 4A feud of long standing between brothers Is settled One brother is dead and the oth er Is dying Heater Turner shot off his brothers head with a hatchet James Turner spilt his brothers skulL The Turner boys lived at Alexan der Ky seven miles south of here near the KentuckyTennessee line Both were dealers In illicit grog and it was the rivalry In their business that caused the bad feeling between them They often have come togeth er but nothing more than words or a few eyeblackening and facebruising blows resulted from their mixups Monday morning they met and thero was many harsh words passed but no serious trouble occurred Shortly after dinner however Heater loaded his doublebarreled shotgun and went to call on James He found him splitting kindling With the muzzle of his gun he punched James in the ribs and an nounced that he had come for his scalp adding that his gun was loaded James by way of reply buried his hatchet in Heaters forehead Staggering and falling Heater pulled both triggers and the two loads of buck shot decapitated James Heater was carried home unconscious and will It is thought die before morning Both men were the heads of families BY ANOTHER STORM Much Property Destroyed at Paducah By the Second Visitation Paducah Ky Feb 3A heavy wind storm and cold snap visited Paducah about 2 oclock Sunday morning and destroyed more property The addi tional damage will reach several thou sand dollars The repair work which had been done since Wednesday was nearly all affected More poles bear ing wire and cables were blown down and frozen trees broke like glass Mayor Yelser has Issued an em phatic order to the street railway company to turn on no current for Its cars Some incandescent lights are burning but at 12 oclock at night all current is turned off to prevent accidents The Ohio Cumberland ant Tennes see rivers are rising rapuly and the indications are that Paducah will be visited by another 84 flood which would mean hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of property destroyed All possible precautions are being ta ken ICY WRECKS AT OWENSBORO Thousands of People Were Out Sunday Viewing the Sights Owensboro Ky Feb 3 Although it was coIn Sunday thousands of people were over the city viewing the Icy wrecks Several hundred men wens working for two telephone companies The streets arc almost obstructed with piles of wires and Ice The electric light plant has but one circuit on Street cars are not running The Postal telegraph is still unable to do business and the Western Union has only three wires working The damage to property Is now estimated at over 150000 The damage to trees was greater Sunday than ever The wind has leveled nearly every one in the city to the ground TWO ATTEMPTED SUICIDE One Was Successful and Her Companion Is In a Serious Condition Mt Sterling Ky Feb 4Mrs Mad eline Back aged 1C and a bride of a month drowned herself In Beaver creek near Frenchburg Her friend JIalvarta Patrick who made the at tempt with her was rescued but Is In a critical condition from her experl ence in the Icy water Mrs Back had quarreled with her husband and decided on death She went to ner friends home and after talking it over with Miss Patrick decided that she would accompany her friend out of the world They accordingly threw themselves in the creek Mrs Backs body has been recovered Boy Kills His Brother Lancaster Ky Feb 6 Reports come from McCreary this county of the fatal shooting of a 16yearold boy Luther Sebastian son of Wm Sebas tian by his little brother Homer 7 years of age The child was careless ly handling a gun supposing it was not loaded Funeral of Col Bruce Lexington Ky Feb 4Tho funeral of Col Sanders D Bruce of American Stud Book fame took place from the cemetery chapel in this city Mon day The service was conducted un der the auspices of the local Presbyterian church Held to the Federal Grand Jury Albany Ky Feb 5WillIam Cross was tried here before J A Perkins United States commissioner charged with selling liquor and was held over to the federal grand Jury Josh With am charged with passing counterfeit money was also tried and held Engagement Announced Feb 5Announce approachIlngMiss Lillian Gottlleb a charming New York girl Pawned Love Token Lexington Ky Feb LRoy Bonta of a wellknown Harrodsburg family Is under arrest here on the charge of grand larceny preferred by Miss Ma mie Evans They were sweethearts and while in this relation Bopta obtained the girls watch and pawned It The o Dour I1OJ Which the working man has fought for and succeeded in obtaining is something beginsas a rule and many a her ret is broken by the babys fretfulness The womanpr must wear out under such a strain What can be expected then of those women v who are weaken X ed by woman- lyXX diseases wv Women who axe weak woruoutand rundown will find new life and new strength in the PavoritePrescription weakeningdrains and ulceration ahd cures female weakness It makes weak women strong and sick women people are invited to lillJJI1Sick Dr Pierce by letter All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Dr ItV Pierce Buffalo N Y suffered with fetnalc weakness about eight benefitDanvill4330y1e takensixThe dealer who offers a substitute for seekingtothe sale of less meritorious medicines His profit isyour loss Refuse all sub stitutes Dr Pierres PlasJntPl1etu1ioftltl be used Witha teFresnlI Jtw ev a laAatlVe III j C AMERICAN SHOW IN LONDON Exposition of Our Product and In da trlea to lie Held nt Crystal Palace This Year Alfred E Post the United States commissioner of the exclusively American exposition which is to be held in the London Crystal palace from May to October this year in Sn interview said The success of the exposition ail far as regards an abundance of cx liibits is assured applications hav Ing already been received for more than 73 per cent of the available space What is desired however is a truly representative exposition em bracing all sorts of American tnanui factured goods To accomplish this end we can find plenty of room for manufacturers of such specialties as are not covered in the applications now in hand The London advisory committee somprises Sir Joseph Dimsdale lord mayor of London the duke of Suth erland the marquis of Tweedale the earl Gray the earl of Crewe Vis count Duncannon Sir Dudley flames Forwood bart Alderman Sir Frank Green late lord mayor of London Sir Douglas Fox formerly president of the British Institute of Civil En gineers Sir Henry Irving Winston Churchill Jf P Ernest II Forwood and Alderman Joseph Lawrence SI P president of the Edison ore mill Ing syndicate A BAT CHAIN LETTER Harvard Graduate Becomes Victim at Friend and lbs llcnilcear Enough to Start Store Chester W Bliss assistant superin tendent of the Boston Albany division of the New Yoilc Central system a Harvard graduate and son of William furs president of the Boston Al bany corporation remarked at the last YaleHarvard footbal game to several friends who objected to his headgear that they could buy him a new hat The suggestion was acted upon and a chain letter was sent out As a result hats of every description afl dressed to Mr Bliss have been pouring into the Springfield Mass post office from all parts of the country When Mr BMss was notified to call for the packages he refused The hats accumulated until the holiday season when jvagons were used todismiss the Christ mas mail Several loads of hats were then sent to Mr Bliss house only to be returned Every incoming mail brought its quota of hats until the post office stor age room was exhausted The clerks say that over 1000 hats have arrived and that they are still coming They vary in style from the silk hat to the Tam OShanter and come from Chica go St Louis and other western cities as well as from the east Mr Bliss refuses to see the joke or receive the hats which may be sold at auction WILL USE THE ANCIENT MACE Curious SrpPter Which VilI He Em ployed In the Coronation of King Edward Since the lord mayor laid claim to the privilege of carrying the crystal and silver scepter or mace at the coro nation there has been a great deal of interest displayed by Londoners to know the significance of this scepter and what it is like for it is no exag geration to s y that not one of 100000 ivas aware that this curious and an cient relic was still in existence- It is indeed a curious thing The staff is about 18 inches long and composed of crstal cut and channeled with alternate hands of gold and silver The divisions are decorated at intervals with eight strings of large seed pearls Other pearls arc arranged In groups There is no record of the periodwhen this curious relic was made It is ev- Ident that it has been altered from time to time but in its present shape it has been assigned to the early part of the fifteenth century This emblem of the lord mayors authority has not been seen at any state function since wiUIliROMAN RELICS IN GERMANY Sonic Interesting UlacOTrrlri That Have Ileen Mode AVlillc OlKKlne a Cnnnl at Trevem The new work on the canal at Trees brings to light some relic al most daily of Roman antiquity A short time ago a magnificent tessel ated pavement was discovered at a depth of four meters The portion already laid bare shows two beauti ful medallions the colors of which are still vivid The first represents handllndact of springing The pavement which is in a good state of preserva tion will be removed to the Trovin ial museum The Imperial German Archaeological institute is about to form a special committee for pro inIion New Cure for Tobacco habit The latest cure at Paris for smok ing too much is to use cigarettes made of coffee leaves They are not unpleasant can be smoked without injury and produce an uneonquer able aversion to tobacco CoIdAVnve Warning In case of a coldwave warning 100 000 telegrams are often distributed withm a few hours and the weather bureau claims that in one instance 3 400000 worthof property was saved owing to circumstances is apt to h forced polilenpgs 4fJiII UIImayXy I am agent for the Page Wire Fence And will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all till ceo Also pure bred Dnrock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY Kirluville Ky c cqf i 4- L P t4iti furWJ1UOnatt rin7aPt1Lt to Ct1- An pldbachelr is a BflwhfJlatoO JStit fair RUNNiNG SHORT t Little Left of Kentucky Whis key Crops of 94 to98 Mr John B Thompson president of llie Independent Distillers Assuciation of Kentucky demonstrated yesterday another startling fuel in the statistical situation tif tliH nmrkit for lCentuck whiskies of the crops fron 1S94 to Hmo iutiusive As the rt6I11f luy calculaticn lf ii1lisitig ulfleLsI tlg r nt n basis tis that llifiw Is Ho ill liuutl tuiiv dyerllf las is ou hHltStiI- tee wk r ti It1 t tf1 litM t OIl iJlV Uiil liIj is lirii iiriti r tlf tiriiirKiifc uiii a1 alj the hitiKY ituutiun II iliih ui fcnjb liuw iifitr we are to iMrKni it stinotnliinry sniixity in Illlllts ft4tiigiat gtisls- eultty lint itti ti liii It ulttld ivontilcky wluskirs is fHr iiiatun icooils such as the crops I have te fried to The other 80 i er cent ol ilfniiuul for the Kunturky article is for onlijrergools If every salonlikeepei mil dnKgiHt reluilin r whisky were t artier two barrels of Kentucky whisky nitliiii tlio next twelvo monthit tliere truutil not be enough to go around y u good deal You see giving the saloon keepers nearly two barrels upiei would not luavo a gallon for llm jobbers and wholfsiild dealers As the PclinsylvAiiia and Maryland whiskies ot the crops I have naiiifd lire pmcti Miiy gone il leaves very litcie m jrt ds in sight III the face of Mr Thompsons fig mes people nmy wonder where th vhisky that ill being oonsujncd ever liy is coining fruit A loial broke IIIyo that in view of the icimny tt ruiylil f oiujb thiCr rccltlfrM Hilt birn r lire tie gr Iiencficiiiii rll re stretching the inntnred goods as far us they will go TliUltivikor tuid Curlier that while It certain percentage nf retail denIers viol titLe iiily htrnielu- liHids a lurgB proportion of then hroiigliout tile country will linvet Htisfy thoinsulvcs with the blended ir Iclo Courier Juupud U Reported Lead Mine The Somorset Jonrnnl says There ire persistent rumors ill Ioutliello that sad and silver are heini wined in tile Miinlieasttrn put of t Ito county neai irniluvbrilie in i ay inn quantities ir who fiiiuiei lived in ilmi rmlmanI IVM teuinniii on a vteit tiiO neunne 11111 in the traditions of ti HHigliburIio tliiitfertain uf the cl- Utus uf two or thnc jjenerntitiiH mo hall liiinoi the lead out of whuh titer moulded their hullets Exmniniig the jilacos from which they ere said to have taken their lend he found nn ore hat he thought well wotth working enirninu tn Iowa he nrraiigod his niiniss nfluirrt hat hieoniil spew lie fall and winter in Kentucky aim has several men at work takiuir n he ore Tlie matter linsbwn kept ecret for seme time but hint recentlt caked out anti the people of the Coil y me much intmcsted One can scarcely pick np n paper without rending that a raid lies LeI madn upon somebodys shepp hv 8 nie lIds dug A zrnlous mumhtr of tin L iihitnr hiss introduced a bill whirl might reduce the frequency of thest mills It it lid not put a stop to then titiroly but the chance is that it nil tevcr see the light The hill provides for n tax on docs the Him realized to he placed In the county treasury to be iaid out to the owners of sheep killed Ity loSIhe Lpgisatnre is not nitic1 nn pas inJ dog lawp that is laws in pin a tax on Jogs Iore than one leg ifclntor his come to irrief anti failNIor reelection on account of hut advocacy of n lug law Georgetown Times A Republican pap r tioints to the fact that Mr Itryan is biiildinir a hull not co expensive as the Republican paper reports but still a good hoiihe as evidence that he is getting his share uf Republican prosperity It may he interesting for the UttpnhlicaliBto know that the houw IB being built from the proceeds of the Iint Jtjittle whirl was publifliH imiue llat ly nfier tli election of 1S9G und buftire this Ilepul lican policies have not belt fited2ilr llryati except in the bcuto that aply sit JII is iiidtjtitetl to aiektiess for hit Inuome Hepulnciin policies faruirh Mr Bryan texts for editorials and peeelit Ilt t nninner A fow yehrs auntie Kislttnrvinadi1 f iffitnre of oflirt the penalty for any officer naught riding on a irilroac 8 Now it is threatening to finn the rail roads in the gum of am where from 4500 to 1000 if they refuse to allow hit Railroad Commissioners transportation tiuly tho ti inert ohatije and men hal e with thul1IKrnuUiu Favor e Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Ijiin in OUR dav Ileai nut in tske iriuo TIll eitirt- o Mr Jnstie Itiewur U Mi rqiie Court sty Half II b itlc of UHIHU Rheu thai iSHI Itiiifiiy inrxl UK of UII attack uf rliHiuiiHtlMii Alter three loses of the remedy 1 was free from palnI J Hung n For sale at B Ij Middletons Drug store 202 W Main street tf Kissing is saul to ho resjioiisiblo for a good deal ot heart trouble Saved Her Childs Ihte loIn three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by inennionla nl most to a skeleton write Mrs W Watkins of Ileasaut City 0ik terrible cough set in that in pito of Rood doctors treatment for beverj weeks grow wone every day W Discoveryforsoon sound and Well Ue are elite this grand medicine saved his life Mil lions know Its the only sure Cure for ConKh olds anti all Luni dUnase Frrry Thomas drniKiot Kiiarantei satisfaction rolk 100 Timl bottle free 1 in KadDIDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestiintsfood Itgives InstantJellef and never allthemanythousandscured after every thing else fulled Is unequalled for the stomach Child ItFlrstdoscrelheyes Cur al it ck trw4isFrcparwl onlyby E C 1lrWrir cii TMtIl11e costoazaas1nIMdbf SCT1TIUIS MRS11 EMODONNEL L1 President Oakland Womans Riding Club Chicago Sends an Unsolic ited Letter to Mrs Pinkham and Wants It Published Sick Eight Years with Pemale Trouble and Pinally Oared by Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound The already enviable record of Mrs Pinkhams great medicine becomes more and more glorious everyday and how tho glad tidings are spread among women from the Atlantic to tho Pacific is told in such letters as the one from urn ODonncll hero published The troubles to whichwomen are subject because of their sex are many every day a woman is liable to a new pain Excessive worry may disturb tho menstrual functions and unscitlo the nerves Overexcitement may st up inflammation of the ovaries and womb but wherever or whateve the trouble is Lydia E PinldmmS Vegetable Compound is sure to finl and cure it Read Mrs ODonnella letter and try to realize that such generous testimony is not to bo had for money or any monetary consideration it is purely out of the goodness of her heart and gratitude for her own euro that by this act she is endeavoring to lead other women to and happiness Mrs Pinkham invites all women who aro ill to write her for advice Address Lynn Mass giving full particulars tiMRS JENNIE E ODOirerEL DEAn 51ns PicxtrAMI have never in my life given what you would call a testimonial before but you have done so much for mo that I feel called upon to give you this unsolicited acknowledgement of tha wonderful curative value of Lydia E Piiikhanis Vegetable Compound For eight long years I had female trouble falling of the womb and other complications During that time I was more or less of an invalid and not much good for anything Four years ago I noticed a book in the hall telling of the cures you could perform I read it and became interested I bought a bottle of Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound and was helped and decided to use it for a but seven months sufficed to cure me and since that time I have simply had perfect health Thanks dear Mrs Tinkham again health such as I now enjoy is worth all that and morelIrs JENNIE ODONNELL 278 East 31st St Chicago I1L Surely such endorsement should dispel doubt from tIC minds of all hesitating women After reading such a letter if any woman is willing to remain sick we can only say it is her own fault and site deserves to suffer for the medicine that cured Mrs ODonnell and a hundred thousand others will surely cure her 15000 REWARD We have depwtcxt with the National City Hank of Lynn i1ubich will be paid to any erawho can find that tho above testimonial letter is not genuine or was polished before obtaining the writers special per mission lord a E 1Inkham Medicine Co Lynn Mus S iiI tn Uih wlsto Tli with dnr cffelroey Wt tr evnllt ninn capwttT u 81L mills r rt 11 t loft 11 I It ob nte uM lMAr- s4o Ii Hd seI BcI1on 4rr fpki OUR STEEL TOVEH ySZT sitredlotdots tadea esa HYGEIA SPRAY Oil WHITEWASHIK3 PUMP EyiiESr WATER PURIFYIHG PUMPS r GASOLENE ENCBiraSlHike known loar wants dIrect to manufacturer iThiin4TtkT rt TEMPLE PUMP CO CHICAGO ILLS u n n nuvMi WHY NOT BUY THE BEST Y LAL1Send Catalogue and LislICOSMO CARRIAGE Glen l 25 septCm A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Sbmething New Under the Sun All doctors have tried to cure CA TAltUH by the use of powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in pustelonu lheir powdors dry up the mucuons iiieinbranee causing them to crti k o eu and bleed The powerful acids nsHil in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to cure whilu jiastes and ointments cannot reach tbo liSfHM An old and experioucwl prac titioner who has for many years made a close stndvand specialty of the treat inent of CATAKRH luiHat last i erfRct td a Treatment which when faithfully used not only relieves at onco but pernaneutly cures CATARRH by removing the valise etoppitiR the ills chnrcfli and curing all infliiiniiiittinii sciencethatTbi wnnderfnl remedy is known aa SNUFFLES tho GUARANTEED CATAIUUI JURE and is soM at tho extremely low of Ono Oollareach package containing internal nnd external medicine ttiiOiciem for a lull monJbH treatmnnt and exerything necessary to itS perfect use perrectOATA1UUInow recognized as the only sale iuivh positive curQ for that annoying end ills IlUtltlru disease It cures all inflamma tion quickly and permanently and in also wonderfully quick to relieve hAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH whets netrlnted leads to CONSU ItTIONSNU- FlrfS wilt pave you if you nee it at once It id no ordinary lemedy but a romplete treatment which is pusiiivoly anyformtiireetioii rhich9lCOmpuny each package Dont delay but sond for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from tho discoverer of this wonderful remedy rfrlrlinl your case without cost In Oll bovonti the regular price rf SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to Any address III the United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar Aflilress IVpt O959 ED WIN a GILES k COMPANY 2330 nnd 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imavhri 11 The rovolrernay not lie nSOela weapon butjlt never goes ofTby Some l slda nf economy is to deprifeVtheinseivpa of things ihey dOf1tWRBttr ji iSSf No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage mask especially for one horse We also make a full line cf 1 High Grade Vehicles and 1 Harness Price CO price often itself THE HOME GOLD CURE An Ingenious Treatment by Which Drunk nrks arc Being Cured Daily iu Spite ol Them elvcs No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A 1lrasant nUll Positive Care fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known awl un derstood that Drunkenness is a disease nnd not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered or constant use of intoxicat ing an antidote of neutralizing and eradicating this and destroying the craving for intoxicants Sullennrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business wonderful HOME GOLD ClInE which has been perfected after many years of close study and treatment of inebriates uuo according to directions of this vouderful discovery is positively guaranteed to cure the most obstinate case no matter how hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thou inhic of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright mono WiVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS This remctly Is SflCiflCfordevised and prepared that It is thoroughly and pleasant o the taste so that it can be Riven in a of tea or coffee without the knowledge of the person taking it of Drunkards have cured 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