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TIPrrTHF3C RICHMOND 1CCLIMAX= t IGLUME 28RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 39 1902 NUMBER 39IvFSSlONAL1- K OARDS C OUiJYS W MILLSR ATTORSETATLAW- j4oisD KENTUCKY t114 Baraua Building nizt door to tioiMl Bank Ub3ly 9vJJJ IYAxJJ tTroKNBVATLAW- 110X1a KENTUCKY IfiIr btRL e Hank Trust CQ op tnt House nn MainStreet h v U MOJ1KNAULT f iTOINEYS AT LAW ID KENTUCKY tfiin on Second street over Ohen wIt grocery y R LTCHERAttorneyatLaw rt HMOSD KENTUCKY ri1r flj over Taylor Urog Store ijAOCSON ROBERTS ATOHVBYS AN- DcOUNLLQItS AT LAVT IMIIMONIV KENTUCKY in John DsnseUs td law offlc OTer Trv t Thomas rnngcto u i4s ULBSOAGIBSON 1In VS JNI SmOEObS jkENTUCKY m Jisw feuiUtpg 18 and 20 Sec n VN4C oH draestsre 17 i HS IIOOKBR i KKUfARY fiiR iKONt t4riftm flU gt s n rjr and Sttrility a Specialty ce at my tMe on corner First end a trets lilt l1y apr7ly I R 1 1 itlieinetind Surgery Hratlwr Buitdinn Main street jMgce tthv hrr Iteel UnMtvn ir KBNTOCKY V rs Jr scsa n hUl IIN lit 1frQny T OXtitis 1S0i OIlNTUT M LOUISVJLLB KY v otnci next door to GovernKient DuIIdtng dicI lid Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 uovlTiy Harry M Blanton 5s DENTIST 0Office in Bennett Building Jjanly TELEPHONE 106 DR LANDMAN Hotel tI3niIon- VeIiei4jM Mareh 12 1P02 T THE BEST PAPER in thf United States for Democrats T tnrALLresderii3wieaWeek Courier Journal i laiiVsund tkexujieriorof kl tr wptIies IsMIeI yearISiUO A YEAR T Wln Iday issue is ctevotcd to News s he IM ul4y ieuto Ho e Matters r c Mnv lon to Auenta Sample c rrril sent free to who will ask frtrIotoCOUHIE JOURNAL Louisville Ky Bi SPECIAL AURANliraiENT YOU CANOETTI- JERICHMOND CLIMAXA- ND TOT- ETwiceaWeekw CourierJournal Both One Year for Only S150 LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY 8TTI i r DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS pnTWmt Louisville and St1 Lovis Parlor Cars en Day Trains Pullmen Buffet Sleepers on Night Train For Jatesl1ld further Information ftddresi LJ IIIWtN a K LOUICVILLC CC fj ++ JEWELRY +4 S B 3cflU uckywilliVICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky andtfinet4+ Expert Workmen I MEIALSCLASSing donn by s flue Engraver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times Motto ANDFAIR Victor Bogaert 67 E ZYO3tebly e e t Beauties j ForAI1gg = J flJOur Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and practice the necessa j ranEer ry HOtV in ar Ifrecei6S our personal atJ tJJftJtc Balls Flowers go Everywhere G Of Vital Interest WE have erected a large and and morn modern luisineSH house to take tIlt place of the one re cently destroyed by flrn and are now equipped to handle with more HUifaction to ourselves andcustomers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison arid adjoining coun ties always paylnir the highest CASH market prices We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a proItiCethat we propofo to lend in tbix business in Madi- soisGOTT BROS Near L N Depot 2janly RICHMOND KY oe Oll O Q 0 0000Oo j o 9 OoV o 0 80SEND OG 0 o 0c 0 50Ce eo 8 0 0 0 0eeFor a trial months sub 0 1 scription to th- eLouisville sue ale OQ 0S e0- C 00 0 0SS 0 c TIMES S 00 01 00 m Atg eO- 6S 0 0S5Lztest Market Quotations o ee- GGe Latest State News eo ggAll tbe Local News Os Press Reports o 05- S GeI OS Largest Circulation eo 0 00 5s in the South o 0SS 0 DAILYa cO- C eo 550c a Month 00 011 fa 0SS 80 Or 5J a year by mall OS 0 t6a30I5S 8- G 011 Oou 505 FOURTH AVE 0 0Su- SCSQ 0 5 Louisville Ky Q a vys0 o oucta Do00GsQsossseG Pretty ChildrenU We have three children Berorc the birth of the last one my wife used four tot tics of ioirris FRIaD Ir you had the nlctures of our children you could see at agancethattbelastone is healthiest prettiest flnestlooUlnjr o them all My wife thinks Mothers Friend is the greatest and grandest s p remedy la the U a world fcr expect f ant mothers Written bya Ken- R tucKyAttorncyat S Law mOTHERS FRIEJII 14FlIprevents ninetenths or the suffering incident to child birth The comlae mothers disposition and temper remain unrulilea throughout the ordeal because this relax ing penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress A goodnatured mother Is pretty sure to have a goodnatured child The patient Is kept in a strong nealthj condition which the child Inherits Mothers Friend takes awlfe through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly II asslsts 1m her rapid recovery and wards off tile dangers that so oflea feWew delivery SoM by drafts for St bot te THE BfeADFIELD REGULATOR cO- t ATLANTA QA ic Send for bur tree j1inatratd oirkkBprwrt J for motlwM iIi BEAUTY CAN SHOOT Lady Constance Mackenzie Plansa Visit to America Niece of the Dnkoof Sutherland Al though Rarely Twenty Flatten html anti UouRhn It Like a Veteran Snortninnn Lady Constance Mackenzie the sis ter and heir presumptive of the countess of Cromartie who has the title in her own right and aniece of the duke of Sutherland is about to visit the United States and Canada She is barely 20 years old pretty and quite uncnventional Her home she has made with the duke of Sutherland since her sister made a romantic mar riage with Maj E W Blunt of the royal artillery and is in her element when roaming over the Sutherland shire moors fishing shooting or roughing it like any sportsman She is one of the finest lady amateur swimmers in England Last year she easily won the challenge shield of the London Bath club Dover street where fashionable devotees to natation disport them selves When in Scotland her favorite costume is a kilt of Sutherland tartan an extremely becoming picturesque dress reaching just below the knee stockings of the same pattern shoes with broad silver buckles anti a Glen garry cap with a heron feather set jauntily on her head In this charming dress with a bright smiling face graceful swinging gait and a short cane in her hand or riding astride her Shetland pony she traverses the moors like the ideal of one of Walter Scotts heroines She is the delight of the whole countryside becausy of her kind ness and good humor Lady Constance will visit Andrew Carnegies family and afterward be the guest of Lord Minto the governor gen eral of Canada NATIONAL RIFLE CLUBS Plan ot the War nInrtmtnt for En conrneemcnt of the lse ofUutiB by American Citizens Secretary Root had a conference the other day with several national guard officers in regard to a project for the formation of national rifle clubs The plnn as yet is incomplete but will probably be worked out with in a few Ilays and a bill presented in congress providing for an annual appropriation for their maintenance The plan contemplates the organiza tion of rifle clubs throughout the country nnd an allotment of ammunition to the clubs rifles to the members and the establishment of national ranges where the members may have rifle practice It is desired to form the clubs of men who have not time to devote to a regular organized national guard and who do not care to participate in the ordinary militia drill It is proposed also to have records kept at the war department of the state of efficiency of the clubs so that the secretary of war will always have at hand information as to what the clubs are accomplishing in the work of instructing citizens in target practice HIDDEN TREASURE DUG UP Gaul nnil Silver llnlllon llnrleil In the Forbidden City of 1ekln Found Gold and silver bullion to the amountof 130000000 taels has been dug up in the Forbidden City of Pe king since the return of the court Owing to a belief that treasure was buried within the precincts two thirds of the city was not open to visitors when it was under the care of the American and Japanese corn manders anti a close watch was kept to prevent any one hunting for the buried bullion The court has granted 5000000 taels annually to Yunan Shi Kni viceroy of Chihli for the maintenance of an army of 100000 men in Chihli province Yua Hal has been given practical control of the army and navyof China and proposes engaging Japanese instructors for the army and British instructors for the navy Allied AVIreleim Telegraphy I Poincare of Paris has raised on interesting question relating to the origin of wireless telegraphy which he says was rendered possi ble by Prof Branlys and Mr Lodges discovery that metal filings in a tube were affected by electric sparks from a distance Prof Branly received a prize from the Academy of Science and Mr Ledge then privately ac knowledged the priority of Mr Bran lys discovery M Poincare now sug gests that Mr Lodge make a public acknowledgment Dentil Preferred to IlnthN Jacob linker was arrested in Pitts burgwhile trying to commit suicide the reason for his attempt being that during a term in the workhouse from which he had just been discharged be had been humiliated by having to bathe once a week When he told the magistrate this he was sent to the workhouse for more baths Depevr Prestige Threatened The bride is possessed of so many charmS of person and manner end is evidently so popular already in Wash ington says the Chicago Inter Ocean that the genial groom runs the dread ful risk of hearing himself spoken of as Mrs Depews husband Pndcrciv UP Wife Coming Paderewski is coming again but he is bringing his wife jvith him says the Chicago KecordHerald So let the hero worshipers continue in pursuit of Kubelik The Schley and Santiago story is of course ono of thrilling interest al though the pleasure of reading it painfully marred by the thought of iI envious and bitter controversy that shamed our navy and the couiitrv It Self That KearAdratral Sampson should have felt most keenly his mis fortune by reason of his absence in not being in it at nil and so just missed his supreme persppal opportu nity is not strange That having missed tho credit of the victory he should have allowed his consuming selflsbnets io deprive him of all mag nanimity after the victory line probed to be after nil his deepest misfortune That mistake has east trim dearly It is Schleys magnanimity his bearing alike towards Sampson and Ceryera on that bistoic occasion Thlltha none so far towards winning for him time lecjslveiy favorable judgment of the xxjople throughout the country Chi ago Tribune v Dont imagine that the women who idllI u r INDIAN NOBILITY IN SCHOOL Two Descendant of Sioux Aristoc racy Attend Commercial CoO lege at Omaha Two Indian boys of aristocratic blood have recently come to Omaha Neb to attend a commercialcollege In their veins flows the blood of the last of the Sioux Indian princesses and Col Charles Percival Jordan the noted Indian scout and fighter and cousin of Gen Custer and Mrs Ulyssus S Grant It was to Col Jordan that Crazy Horse surrendered after the Custer massacre thus paving the way for the opening of the Sioux nation to civilization As nn Indian fighter Col Jordan had no superiors and his services in that capacity and as an Indian scout were rewarded by President Arthur who made him a colonel in the regular army without enlistment Having subdued the Sioux by a satisfactory interview with Yellow Bear in 1S89 he was able to announce that the Sioux nation would be open to settlement by the whites When Col Jordan learned that his WIEanscommunication with the Evans famI ily which resulted in his two sons Edward and Willie the former known on the reservation as Spotted Horse being sent to Omaha to school they having already secured the advantages of the common school Time buys are respectively 19 and 17 years of age A BLIND BANK PRESIDENT Jinn Slirhtlciia for Fort n Years Successfully Ciimluctn Affairs of New Jersey Irlltiillon Probably the only hank in the United States if not in the world that has a blind man for president is the Second national hank of Or ange N J the directors of which recently elected Hubert L Pierson its executive bend llr Vierson has been a stockholder in the bank since its organization ten years ngo and during the greater part of that time has been a member of the board of directors He always has been punctual in lila attendance at board meet hugs and his advice and counsel have been respected by his associates Mr 1ierson is a man of wealth and notwithstanding his infirmity conducts a large business in South Orange where his home is He owns two Hour and feed mills and person ally manages them besides attend ing to affairs in his office He also is an investor in real estate and owns large pieces of property in the town and lie makes nail keeps track of investments in other lines Mr Pierson has been blind for 14 years WEDS BY PHONOGRAPH Yonnc Ohlr Connie Overcome the Iltlrtiiiiiii Inlii Vliloli Smallpox hilt riuncfil Tliem Miss Kelile Stone of Ottawa and J F Duncan of Oswego X Y were married at Toledo 0 the other lay under the most trying circumstances They had been engagelfor some time and the bridetobe went to Os wegd to hove the ieremony performed She stopped with a family one of whose members was suddenly strick en with smallpox The quarantine of the house put the young couple in a quandary theIriage vow into the machine and it was taken to the office of the health department where it was disinfected Armed with the phonograph Dun can sought a minister and made the responses jn the marriage service while the brass transmitter ejected the vows of the Ohio girl and they were pronounced man and wife The bride is a contributor to eastern pa pers and the groom is a newspaperman HER BISCUIT EXPLODED Newark V 11 Girl Will Sue Company for Loa of Teeth In nn Iliimnnl Accident Counsel for Anita Brown a girl12 years old has made application toTns tice Glimmer of New York city for leave to have the girls father net as her next friend in n suit against a bak ing company for S10000 for injuries re ceived in cs ting a biscuit which it is asserted exploded in the girls mouth knocking out two of her teeth and cut ting her lips The girl went to a grocery near her home at 00 Orange street Newark and bought a package of biscuits She ate two but when she ate the third it ex ploded with a report like that of a giant torpedo She ran to her parents with her mouth bleeding Old Dust of Victoria Ionml Windsor castle was the scene of a most interesting discovery the other day When Queen Victoria died there was considerable anxiety as to where the btist of her majesty made in the year 1SC2 had been hidden away for it was understood to be the queens wish that it be placed along with that of the prince consort in one of the recep tion rooms after her death The lqng lost bust was discovered in a cavity of a wall where it had been bricked up nearly 40 years ago It was hardly anything the worse for its long con finement American Enlightenment It looks very much as if we should be called upon atan early day says the Chicago Inter Ocean to send a consignment schoolteachers to what will soon cease to be the Danish West Indies DO YOU WART To sell your RE AIESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with till the particulars as I may he abje to help you Address J 11 N LOck Box 475 Charleston W Va I2decly A young farmer remarked the pther dayI see this fellow SIbre Anon writes for your paper sometimes lie must dOlots of writing for I have seen his name signed to pieces in nearly every paper I have ever read Who the devIl is ho anyway He left be loving Mr More Anon was a resident t f Danville Interior Journal A peppery temper is not to be sneezed at CotighRerjiedymve no hesitancy In saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and ramlfvIlence In this Reunedv Mrs J A byStockton ARMY NAVY PLANS Joint Maneuvers to Take Place Some Time Next August tile First Line of Defenae of New York City to lie Made the Point of Attack by the Navy with Army on the Defensive Army officers are hard at work on the programme for joint military and naval maneuvers next August The conditions of war will be simulated as far as possible and for these reasons the details which the services engaged will work out before the maneuvers take place will be kept secret as far as possibleThe plan of the provide for naval maneuersI the first line of defense of city in the vicinity of the of Long Island sound The points which the naval force during the maneuvers will endeavor to pass or capture are the defenses known as thei New London group which Forts Mansfield Mitchie and It is contemplated that a Terryjous attack will be made line of defense and against fenses of Jfaragansett bay which con andIWetherill and possibly against Fort Rodman which commands the en trance to Buzzards buy and the liar borofXewBrdford The purpose of the attempt to take Xarragansett bay is to secure a naval base for future operations against New York Upon the failure of this attempt efforts will be made to pass ITwopendent element will be involved in the defense One district will consist of the New London group of fortifica tions and the Nnrrsiranfett bay fortifi cations will constitute the other while Fort Rodman will be an independent commandPreparations are being made by the signal corps of the army for establish eommnndIdistrict for the purposes of fire con trol and for other purposes This corn munication will be preferably by sub marine cable practically all of which is yet to be laid Time two artillery dill tricts and Fort Hodman will communi oate with each otherby land telegraph LAUD YANKEE BOOKBINDING British Antlinri Rxprm Tlielr Views Freely In tile Cnltoii- Mncrnzlne Severe denunciation of British book binding nail uncomplimentary comparisons with American binding form a feature of the opinions expressed in the Carlton Magazine by British authors Gilbert Parker says Book binding is far more artistic original anti tasteful in the United States while the printing is better here Ellin Philpots complains 31y hooks are always dcnd flat and tame in their English covers and nearly always bright and attractive as bound in America Israel Zangwill says Some new books are properly printed because their authors give special order but the majority arc only described as shoddyBernard Shaw declares Wellprint jd books are just as scarce as wellwrit ten ones and every author should re member that time most costly books in the world derive their value from the craft of time printer and not the genius of the author SNOW KILLS MICROBES Chicago Health Department Prove the Purlfylnir BfTectH of the Beautiful Experiments recently made by the health department of Chicago show that a snowstorm sweeps the atmos phere clean of many of its germs About the middle of January dish es were placed at ten places in the downtown district of the cityJne in thecity hall and another on top Of that building and after three minutes exposure they were taken in and the mat ter in them a preparation calculated to catch and develop germs was examined Time dishes showed in each an average of 630 coloniffof germs In a day or so there was a fall of snow equal to 28 inch and the plates were put out again The average in each receptacle dropped to At la Sa Iontl South Water street time air was so clean that only 19 microbe lam ilies were caught New JOHH house for New Idol The Chinese in New York eitare ar ranging a new Joss House The new idol Mon Eye Mu is just being placed in position Mon Eye Mu is said to be one of the greatest Manchu josses For the last 2000 years he rested on a high pedestal in one of the temples built in honor of Confucius in China until recently when it was decided to send him to this country It is said that the joss is named after a great and good- man who lived in the province of KwangTung in the early age of the Chinese empire and whose followers today number several millions In- KvangTungalone Looking Ahead Sir Thomas Lipton has begun build ing Shamrock III says the Chicago KecordIIernld and may as well begin thinking of plans for Shamrock IV right away Kentuckys Peculiarity If the Uncle Toms Cabin unpleas antness can be confined exclusively to Kentucky soys the Chicago Tribune the remainder ol the country will not object SOMETHING NEW They cure dandruff Mil Jailing nead ache etc costs the same as art ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb Theonly patented Comb in the world People everywhere it lisa been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your halt each day and tilt comb does the rest Ihis wonderful comb is sImply unbreakable and is made so that it Is absolutely impossible to bVeak or cut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee ygIve perfect satisfaction m every stamps for one Ladies size 50c Gents size 35 v Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad Decatur5Illinois Mr Taft says the trouble in the Phil ippines is practically over and that the Filipinos are Jailing over each oth or in their anxiety to become peaceful subjects Mr Taft said the same thing about 18 mouths ago ana late reports indicate that his remarks are- justa5accumtonOsY asthey were then Commoner L That man ia lacking iudfpl6aiaey wii9ries toguesaa womau age cl 1i Barnums Monkeys eLAllwellall happylots- of fun That is the regular report from the monkey cage of Barnums Circus ever since thetsion Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of them every year and the circus had to new ones lOne day a keeper accident ScottsIe lapped it up from the floor This suggested the idea that it might do them good Since then the monkeys have received regular doses and the keepers report very few deaths from consumption Of course its cheaper to buy Scotts Emul sion than new monkeysand- that suits the circus men Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease If you have it or are threaten ed with it can you take the hint This picture represents ScottsEmulsion wrapper of every bottle Send for tree sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York SOC and i all druggists Senator Forgets he is to Dine With President Senator Crockrell probably the only uiuu in Aiuf riru who when invited to thou with the President of the United States and his cabinet forgot to do so Tins is what happened on the oc asion of the dinner gneu in honor ol the President and Mrs Roosevelt by the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs Hitchcock on Saturday a week ago Senator Cockrell and Secretary Hitch rock are the best of friends both com lag from the Slate of Missouri and it was a natural compliment to Invite the Senator to dine with tho President When the dinner hour arrived and cantor Uockrull failed to appear the President remembering hits ace and the state Ithe weather outside suggested to Mrs Hitchcock that they wait for their tardy guest Minutes elapsed in which everyone tried to be comfortable and oblivious of the ab sence of the old Senator but with little success Finally the way was led to the diningroom and the vacant chair at the table afforded a topic of conver sation from time to time to all luring the dinner Conjectures were ventured as to accidents that might have befal len the Senator After dinner a reason for the distin guished guests nonappearance was sought and it was found Senator Cockrell had entirely forgotten his en gagement to mime with lie President Of course no offense was taken at the Senators absence his sixtyei lat years affording ample excuse for for getfulness even when It involved a dinner with time President While the President and his cabinet are perfectly agreeable to Senator Cock rolls apologies the nitre mention of thin subject throws him into a tit of de spondency Post Favorite Nearly Everywhere Constipation means dnlness dopres sion headache generally disordered health UeWittn Little Early Risers stimulate time liver open the bowels and relieve this condition Safe speedy and thorough They never gripe Fa vorite pills Perry Thomas 1m The Last Laugh EJgur Dunn is rejoining over the termination of the powdered camphor joke reported in a local piper It seems some friends taking him to be untutored in the scinceof phnrinacv called on him for powdered caicplor and when he failed to simon up with iho drug twitted him with the assertion that there is no such article kuonA gnu tlenmn who was a little wiser than he seemed planked up a fey dollars that Edgar was right and the article could be obtained in powdered form The sequel Is Edgar is laughing last and loiyest his friend is several dollars ahead and tho young mea who perpe toned the joke are still trying toIIgure out how they Itt an old joke which consists of having a new drug clerk to powder camphor winch call Vly be douo alter adding certain chemicals a fact that a new clerk does not always understand with a bet that camphor canQotbe powdered Danville News For Stomach Troubles hI have taken a greatmany differ ent medicine for stomach trouble and constipation says Mrs S Oeiger of Dunkerton Iowa hut never had as good results from any as from Chain berlains Stomach Liter Tablets For salq by Stockton Hagau 1 m The farmer who has to wade through the snow to a ehork of uncovered fodder anti chop it to pier in order to get food for his stock thjpka he has a tough time of it and hIoioer But it may be that be has a thrifty uptodate neighbor who shreds lila fftdder In good weather stores it in nhrn and then when the sleets and snors ol winter come be Is saved more ian half the trouble of feeding and d Stit lose any fodder either auth time thrifty of his progrecstve fllrmerjfaccount advantage of all jug inachins mid meth sGeQtje towu TiBaes Peupfecamie11mueiir x1 vith- mitit deiig iii tilt- ureaiL jo You Know That DoggIes and Cant ages are from 5 to 510 cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have rood selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand materials Worts k fi F h 7tT 7 7K 7i V5l THE TAILORMADE f4fr SUIT OPENING AT i BUSY BEE CASH STORE iWill be the Greatest and Event of the kind ever pulled in this City i thisJZjt A 4 III cxR i ANfl nk 71 TI 7 =and we promise you a rare treat and a profitable visit ICaryoucall on us during this Opening Mr HARRY of the Jeffras Cloak and Suit Co will be with us for TWO IN MARCH TUESDAY 3rd- WEDNESDAY+ 4th + k7l 4 + 444 H + lsSw + t J 4- H + tJ + A 4 4- l 4 44- + 4 obe 4 5t+ = ca + + tJ +c O5- + 5J 4oI + e + IIU + eV + t4IV + 1+ + +++ H+++ qualItyof damage Prop THE S 0 DAYS MARCH MARCH JandSkirts and Silk Skirts This is by the best line of itSuits and Skirts shown by tiny one manufacturer in the United States and it will give every lady in this city and county a chance to get something nice at the right price and get a correct fit Mr Smith will have his Tailor with him to take measures and will guaran all suits bought to fit perfectly and deliver them to you pWeconvenience of our friends and customers and your t presence at this Opening will be an encouragement to ft t us and show us that you appreciate our efforts 6We hiavo Ue best city on earth and there is no reasoti why we cant have nil the up todate timings at home and save our eiiBioiners time trouble and expense of buying them in the cities We shall carry in it ltplendillineTat lormado and as haddsoine as you will find in any city We invite you to inspect this stock ktC W DOfflhamCob rv i2 12 11 J i 6 I 7 b 7ij 7 7 Clerks Wise Suggestion I have lately been much troubled with dyspepsia belching andsurstomach writes M S Mead leadinu pharmacist of Attleboro Mass I could eat hardly anything without suf fering several hours My clerk sug nested I try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which I did with most happy result I have had no more trouble antI when one can po to euiiic mince pie cheese candy and tints after such a time their digestion must be pretty good I en htlIrtilyYgood food you want but dont overload the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests your food Perry Thomas 1m When a fellow carries a picture in his watch there is usualy a woman in the case Disagreeable callers says a society woman are like my sins They nl wayt find me out The Last Heard Of It My little boy took the croup one night anti soon grew EO bad you could hear him breathe all over the house save F D Reynolds Mansfield O We feared ho would die but a few loses of One Minute Cough Cure quicK ly relieved him and he went to sleep Thats the last we hearth of tho croup Now isnt a cough cure like that val uable One Minute Cough Cure is absolutely safe and acts immediately For coughs colds croup grip bronchi tis and all other throat and lung trou Ides it is a certain euro very pleasant Intake The little ones like it Perry Thomas 1m Practice makes perfect but it doost require much practice to make a perfect fool Saved Him from Torture There is no more agonizing trouble piles The constant itching and burning make life intolerable No po sition is comfortable The torture is unceasing DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cures piles at once For kin diseases cute burns bruises all kin is of wounds it is unequalled J S Ger all St Paul Ark says From 1865 Mifiered With the protruding bleedinp piles and could flail nothing to help me until I used DeWitta Witch Hnzel Salve A few boxes completely cured me Beware of counterfeits Perry Thomas 1m Time average man returns a borrowed umbrella when its worn out and ho wants another One Box Cures Eczema I had a very severe casts of eczema and tried several remedies given me by different druggists but they did not give me Mr Eymann rec ommended your Bemlcks Eczoma Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by n T Middloton 51uuely When tho weather man bets on his prediction it is often a case of prophet and lossI++++CiLL AT++ +4- wJONES MBRSHIN SALOON PARLOR WEEK IN TOWH Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks uuli SrMit Wafer Ibft M Tap LTiHIjjO Iirli II Eii 3 Seo tiRLJ1I1l0NIJrK fI c cost more another season prices aro gJnil up tJohn Donelson Grandest off far tee than FHoliday0Sugesiionsi Here is the making of a Happy Home And here is where your friends buy The whole family can participate in the en fi joyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary ri Buy for Christmas and use all the year fr4 Framesohavo S24 nice hue of C And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE 4W3OIdharn 1j 1 Cor 2d and Irvine Stsf RICHMOND uly3My KENTUCKYs Early IIIforall goods Wurkmanshlp anti materials In the painting and papering departmentSto be the best of the respective kinds All work executed in the highest style of art by a full torce of skilled workmen Now with thisannoiincement always before us and having lived up to every promise there was nothing to paint and we are glad to announce time largest years business since 1870 Now with still a larger stork of new goods all bought for less money with many new advan tages over last year we feel confident with a renewed enercy ue shall do still a larger business during 1902 ThankIng my ptrons for their liberal patron age permit me to slY that goads work and prices will still be moro to your advantage than liTetofore Soliciting a continuance of your patronage and that of your friends and neighbors and all others who may want the best goods for bo least amount of money we uiort respectfully invite ytmne inspection of the Instanceslower+4+44 + GEO M WILLGING Manufacturer ofP ints of every description dealer in Wall Paper BrnthesVindowLowest Palces RICHMONDKYI CotTis A SPECIALTY iAfS VJLy4 i e Tala i aVImiotter h Ii LEXINGTGN KENTUCKYQ 1lfbl t rJ o I C I iIIT i t Jt1 f JIll 1 = 1 he Richmond Climax J C CDCNAULThh hPrealdent D MILLER Manager 1AROBTSCBOWE Editor Ig02Ji 1PUBLIII1UVEVERY WKDSKSUAV HY rhe Climax Printing Cot Incorporated THE light of Liberty wanes t with the growth of the Empire It has been announced 1bythe Lighthouse Board of the Treasurery Department tatWashington that on March t I 1 1902 the lofty light in the 1hand of the bronze goddess on Bedloe Island will be permanently extin t 4tguished Sentiment which burringLmagrStates has died out and nowt it will go out forever It has been said that Liberty with out her light will be a farce and it is time to consider Mr 11 Bryans cartoon suggestion to pull down the statue itself anderect instead another more in keeping with our lat ter duy policies HENRY E Youtsey is the latest contributor to the religious press a letter from him having appeared in the Southern Evangelist Lexing i ton last week It is not for I us to criticise his motives we merely remark on it How ever it reminds us of several murderers and others who have secured pardons partly om account of their activity sojCIC tles A GREAT many good things I are being said about Clarence Woods in favor of his being selected by Senator James B McCreary as private sec retary It would be hard to findone better fitted for the place nor one who will give it more faithful attention If Mr McCreary appoints Clar ence many Lancaster friends willsay A men Central Record ACCORDING to ii policy just adopted by the postal depart ment fourthclass postmas ters now numbering over 70 000 are not to be removed except for cause This will rob members of Congress of their chief item of patronage Addphian Qab The Adelpliian Club of the Fiist Christian church was constituted last Monday night There were present twentyone men who wore enrolled as charter members The following officers were elwted President Dr Hutton Vice President J So Collins Secretary Prof John Nolmnl Treas iimr HOWell Lackey Instructor Rev Hugh McLellan The purposes of the Club are Tlio social intercourse of moral men and the improvement of men along the lines of public speaking Any young man of respectable character is eligible for membership The Club starts oft with a splendid list of members and all are thoroughly enthu siastic in the work Meeting every Monday night at 730 in the lecture room of the Christian church The Club is not intended for the members of the church only but for all the young men 01 the town CiFBroweriCo LEXINGTON Ky Announce = Jtmeiltj A M Karaghensian and Mr Bedros Kazanjian of knownjj goods from the Orient have t requested us to hold a sale of Oriential Rugs for them and have shipped us 810000 worth t of Ilugs In our experience we have Qnever seen a more beautiful lot of rugs They are the cleanest most peri woven and have the 1fectly patterns and color known any collection we have d sOur Proposition t II We have S20000 worth of mag nificent Hugs to bhow yon They areplaced on sale for the first time this week will ue on exhibition for two IrekAt Wu propose to turn them over to Ytltl at the importers prife titus a very email cnmntifciun ior handling them p1uillfigureWe will bead to your home forinspection is undoubtedly the best rug opportunity ever offered in this city end tleseti While ths exhibition in in progress 11 1 1LtTLCIF1BroerCo11 IMtIN AND BROAD WAJf I LEXINGTON KY I tH 1 o Our Trade Edition t Every Business Enterprise in the City to be Represented in the Climax Next week we will issue a Trade Edition of the CLIMAX following in this respect the example set by wideawake newspapers in enterprising commercial centers of the country to et forth fully and fairly lo cal trade conditions and opportunities and the facili ties possessed byour merchants to supply successfully popular needs For the purpose of assisting us on this Edition we have secured the services of Messrs ONeill and Whitehead experienced advertising par agraphers who have been working all the week getting data for the writeups and we are pleased to say that they have been very courteously treated by our busi ness men and have received much encouragement in their work They have considerable yet to do before their part of the task is completed and we trust that all those whom they are yet to visit will give them all the assistance possible to push the thing along to a successful conclusion To those who use its columns next week the CLIMAX guarantees to reach every home within the trade radius of the town All obligations will be faithfully carried out and every business house should be represented The work no doubt is suchI as could as well be prepared at home except that new hands give the matter originality We believe that Editions like the one we are projecting work a never ending good to the communities which publish them Setting forth as they do the ability of each individual business man to cope with obstacles and meet compe tition they are a perpetual invitation to the outside buyer to trade where he knows his trade can be best cared for Therefore we recommend them and are heartily glad that the business people of Richmond are lending themselves so readily and heartily to the LWOk Special Correspondence WASHINGTON C Feb 8 1C02 The city tlis eeek has been treated to a genuine cold snap the mercury registering one morning 5 degrees above zero The snow of last week is still In the ground but is fast disappearing Congress doe not seem to be in a hurry about getting down to business in earnest It is possible that next week will witness a vote on the oleo margarine bill Meantime there is a volume of talk Neither of the parties are very comfortably situated The Republicans are coutronted with the country insisting on war tax reduction then there is the elcumargerine fight the Cuban tariff the Chinese exclusion question and the Canal proposition Next fall the members have to go be fore the country on what this congress has accomplished and there are un easy times ahead for themostof them The Democrats are divided over the question of platform and are not a unit on any one thing any more than are the Republicans They are hoping for an expected break between the President and the leaders By the way if you stop to think where are the leaders men like Blame for in stance or Tilden men who could carry a party with them Name one in the honse on either party The fact is both parties aro short of leaders that is genuine loaders of course there is Reed and Hill but the great leaders are conspicuous by their ab senc Senator Mason in his speech against increasing the salaries of time Cabinet Senate House and Judiciary made quit a stroncr effort and it will un doubtedly help him in his fight in Il Presidents recent order forbidding employees of the Uuited States to solicit by influence promotion or increase in salary has aroused more talk about strenuousness Those con gressmen who know they wont get anything from the administration no matter what they expect are out loud in saying that the right to petition in guaranteed by the Constitution and no one can prevent it The President has boon Laving talks with the navalofficers engaged in the Santiago battle and is evidently not to rely on Crowninshibld Leinly and CompanySome enterprising member of the Senate has distributed among the Dem ocratic members a tabular statement showing the cost and losses of the army injthe riiilliuines for the year 1001 240 U S soldiers were killed and 490 wouuded 55084 billipiuos were killed nd 1193 wounded Estimated cost of holding time islands a year 90000 coo Estimated piofit en trade with the Phillipiues 1085541 Advocates of statehood for the territories have about given up all hope of favorable action by Congress at this session although hearings have been had in committee for over a inninh The Senate as it is now is opposed to increasing the membership from the smaller Western States which lean to wards Democracy Mr Robinsons bill to abolish the 30 dnjs annual sick leave of department clerks and which has aroused their ire has set the statisticians of the War Department at work The best they could do was to show that the average annual leave of its employees was 3317 daysAt the Italian Embassy nothing Is known of time reported expucted visit of the Ex Queen oi Ialy timid it is stated that were she to visit this country she would not travel as the Countess Stuping Stilt we will have Prince Henry and then Senator Depew is always with us The Elks have a midwinter carnival at tho big Convention Hall which is crowded nightly Besides a Midway a theatre circus fair concert etc there Is the attraction of four baby iiouSi xrbich first saw tho light in the ball One has been named Teddy and the names of the others are to be settled by vote icliley ill the favorite so far At one of the vaudeville theatres last week a baby lion was carried around among the ntidienceso that it was possible for one to gav that he had held a lion in lila arms It was a mats of soft fur with two blinking eyes and was v ted a dear little thing Oa aie of thevery coldest days of the wekwith the mercury away down ca1JingIof a congressman evidently with calls on bet hancfo which had to be paid re iI gardless anti left two little children in the colt carriage while she flitted from house to house Not having a nurse there was nothing else to do than to bundle the tots iii the carriage end it go at that This shows to what the calling habit will bring one But then there are people here who actually starve themselves so as to be able to say they reside in a fashionable neigh borhood Besides the nameof the city of magnificent distances another equal ly as appropriate would be city of shamsI seen it stated a number of times that the German Ambassador is constantly accompanied by detec tives This is as untrue of time tier man as of any other minister Nor is the President and his friends on their tramps into tho suburbs dogged by detectives This is an invention ol the yellow press Not all of the gonreous jewels ont sees at the innumerable balls are real by a long ways if one is to believe tilt statement of a diamond expert He reproduces in paste the real diamond and so that for all purposes it is a dia mond You see he said if a worn an is wealthy enough to have a lot of diamonds of value my imitations ar tlliNow hero is a paste diamond that made to order for 250 If a diamond it wouldcoiL S2jJ How do society wombn manage to mako the daily round of teas sIp- ping a little punch hero frappe there and egg flog most anywhere and still keep up is something tho titan about town cannot answer Time following was on tap one afternoon On 16th street a strong rum punch covered with white of egg and misleading on Mass avenue at three houses champagne punch quite strong with a lot of old rum in addition On K strett Lallah Itookh punch nerely an egg nog in diguise CLcrry IJuucu punch oi- L street An orange lemon rum and whisky mixture on Conn avenue and A claret punch on 14th street Rliim wine punch on Vt avenue and a fruit punch on Capitol Hill The ladies of the Cabinet this season have done away with the punch bowl and refresh montsat their homes and the innora tion is a great improvement Two thirds of the women that drink ai these teas do so merely from habit or because Mrs So and So whom they ape does and not because they like it The abolishing of the punch howl at the Cabinet houses will result in a cleaner list of rollers as these houses ate cons Jere1 tho legitimate prey of those who by virtne of a visiting card and no other excuse on earth for calling make it their weekly habit to eat and drink everything in tight There are several women in official life this Season who frown on the wine cup nota ble among whom is Mrs Shaw the wife of the Secretary of thj Treasury Western men are proverbially push ers and brusque but at a dinner time other evening a new Congressman went time limit Hetook a very charming girl in to dinner and evidently he fell at the first shot ton after asking her a lot of questions about herself before the dinner was over he startled her with the question was she engaged She said she was for the cotillion Then this wild and wooly Westerner told her not to fool with him that bo- Wl jn earnest was she engaged to be married As the ladles moved away she shook her head andaiow that ion gressman who hates society follows her everywhere F J H WAG RSYILLE Mr J B Wagers left for Ohio Sunday Mks Hannah Kelley entertained a crowd of young people Saturday night Mr J6iiiih Wageis was on South Fork Wednesday and Thursday on business t Mr Clay Moores and family and Miss Floe Irwin have returned from Indian Territory where he has been looking for a location Edward Dnrbin died at the home of his sou Jeff Durbln on the 6th His death was due to old age He was S6 years old and was tlie father of 23 children He had bit a life long member of the Uoniin Catholic cliurch A woman can be a gossip aad a worn an but when a man is one he is a slimy thinjrthiit crawls If Ig oratic vendllltllwhat a Jot of people wpnjd be Iwppr Pome psople would ra herJie consist eut titan be risht 111 Jill Humors Are Impure matters which theskin liver kidneys and other organs can knot take care of without help there is such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tirtjd feeling bilious turns fits of indigestion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system I bad salt rheum on my bands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and it drove out the humor I continued its use till the sores disappeared MRS ISA O BEOWJT Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps tho promise LAND STOCK AND CROP John F Wagers sold fifteen calves Wednesday at 20 per head Clark county has 157470 acres of land valued at 5302795 EsSherifT Simmons has bought sev eralcrops of tobacco from Uarrard county parties at 61 cents In eight years one man has raised in Mason county 85000 pounds of to bacco which he sold at from 7c to lOc Mr J II Hoggs wants all farmers who are thinking of taking an interest in the raising of Angora goats to report to him not later than Monday next They will evidently take tIn place of the sheep in Kentucky and are unong the few animals that are able to protect themselves from the attacks of dogs Jessamine Journal Mr Alvin Major of the Alton Sta tion community reports the loss of a very fine brood mare valued at 150 from eating smutty fodder also a very fine steer presumably from the same cause Some time ago one ot out prominent cattle raisers gave it out 1s his opinion that if stock had access to plenty of water and salt no more losses would occur from this disease We would like for some of out enter prising farmers and stockraisers to give a reportof their experience in this line Anderson News Milk Trust Goes Under A Versailles special says The Versailles milk trust has cot lapsed alter a precarious existence of six weeks and the retail urine of milk will be restored to 20 cents per gallon Versailles housekeepers are Democratic to the coreand have ever regodred the encroachment of compilations of capi tal great or small as a dangerous men ace to human liberty On January 1 when the ten milk dealers of the city formed a combine and advanced the price of milk from 20 to SO cents a gallon cream fron 76 cents to H mind buttermilk from 10 to 15 cents Versailles babies w e r straightway put on condensed milk nnd bibulous adult males dropped timely mflk punches and egg nog arid have confined themselves strictly to toddies and straight liquor Water mixed corn pones supplanted the appetizing muffins anti battercakes whose composition require buttermilk and ice cream ceased to be a Sunday desert III most households The trust found itself upon the shoals with the bulk of its patrons weaned away Title week by mutual consent the combine wnsdirsolved- 1hie milk dealers declare that with the existing high prices of hay and feed they cannot make money selling milk at the old price Joshua Tartar Free Jcshua Tartar tho moonshiner who tins been iu jail here since the last term or the Federal Court was released last week his term having expired Iartarisa curiosity who found him self famous because of having surren dered to the Federal authorities after being chased about the mountains for eleven years For the few weeks fol lowing his arrest he claimed as much space iu the newspapers as the Presi dent or Col Jack Chinu He was written up in the city papers as an old man who haii spent his life on the warpath He was said 10 have gone about loaded down with tire arms and with knives in hid boots But Tartar is nothing tike that He is only twentysix ycaiB if age and is naturally of a quiet na tune He is exceedingly intelligent and loves to hear ImuselUalk He told the CLIMAX that he surrendered in or der to have all the old charges against him dismissed and then hitssaid he could afford to lose a few weeks in the winter because he could not do much if be was at hom while the weather was bad lie said he could make a tortune telling about his former life but he prepared to go back to Pulaski and live iu peace PQRTHOOD Mr J H Turpin visited this place yesterdayMr Winkler sold his furs to Ir W S Stivers for 50ct round Mr and Mrs G D Portwood are rejoicing over a 10 pound boy The black mare of Mr Ballow Benton foil last week and broko her neck Spring is almost here and ever body is preparing to make crops Wheat crops are alt O K in this conntry Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Cia lain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous slIraces articles should never be used except on pre icriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Core manufactured by F J Chtney if Co To ledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of time system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is tak en internally and made in Toledo 0 hy F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Drucgist price 75 per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Hope is all right when mixed with an equal amountof hustle Millions Put to Work The wonderful activity of the new century is shown bv an enormous de menu for the worlds best Workers Dr Kings New Life lills For Con stipatinn Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kidneys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1 m The vaudeville performer sometimes gets to be a crank roam doing toq many turnsl i I t V v vy vir r i Stops tho Ccusfh Cord aaa Works 62 the Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablei cnre a cold in one day No cure m pay Price 25 cents Kissing is said to be responsible for a good deal of heart trouble TO CTT3E A COLD IK OKS DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabletb All druggists refund the money if ii fails to cure E V Groves signature is ou each box 25 cents The egotist thinks he is the 1 in a 1000 and the other 093 am ciphers Dr Whites Electric Conies Their merit is beyond question ee our agent or call at state office ii the Collins building MRS OERA O hAiry State Agent 27feblyr The man who marries a widow it sometimes remaindod that a deadman isnt soon forgotten Favorite Nearly Everywhere Constipation mean duluess depres shin headaeho general ly d health DeWittV Little Early Itisert etimulato the liver open tint bowelf and relieve this condition Safe speeds and thorough They never gripe Fa vorlt pills Perry Thomas 1m It doesnt pay to bo too busy to make friends This Wi Interest Many To quickly introduce tIme famoi blood purifier K H B Botanic Jiiono Balm into new homes we will giveaway 10000 treatments nll B wilt positively cure nil blood mill skin troll bles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itfhine humors swellings pim PIeS boils carbuncles hone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bpnes mucous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBI5 makes time blood pure anil rich heals every sore or eruption am slops nil aches and pains Dmjriristf SI For lice treatment address Blood Balm C Atlanta Ga Describe trot ble and free medical advice pivot unti cured B Ii ii cures old deepseated cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment H B composed of pure botanic druus and is tho finest blood purifier in the world U A womans idea cIa delightful con versationalist is one who lets her do all the talking A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GISEAT IHSHIVEUY One small bottle of Hull Great Dis covery cure all kidney and bladdti troubles removes gravel diabetes eemiiiiil emisaionsneak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys anil bladder in both men and women reirulntes bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug List will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two month treatment ansi will cureany case above mentioned Dr K W Hall solo mann faciurer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used otto bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kinney and bladder trouble I weighed ICO pounds when I begun using it inday 1 weighs 170 pounds and feel better than I have in twenty years find I cheerfully recommend it to the ltespectfully4decIy If silence is golden what kind of money talks When you lack energy do not relish your food feel dull andstupid after eating all you need in a dose of Clmm berlditid Stomach Liver Tablets They uill make von fell like a new mini and give you an appetite likII ber Tor sale by Stockton Hneari 1m eoOo ee e e eo I 0 G 8 e SEND o 0I- 0Ss OG oo ii Ge 03 S 5O Cgsloe- eS oe 03 For a trial months sub 0s scription to the seo- 0l Sw- Ge 0 5050 cCi 0 c so LouisvilleTIMES 0c- Cs 0 cl e- ess eel see The Brlghtet and nest At 0ternoonleper in the 0 0 0 Latest Market Quotations 0e Latest State News oo- g All the Local News es Complete Press Reports 0 8 Largest Circulation eel0l in the Sout heso w I 3GOOO AND OVER DAILY g eees siso 0C a TVonth c a SI 5sOrayearbynrnll Oila g SI l o S s0 0e 505 FOURTH AVE SOU- So 5515 It Louisville KycOVV OrJ rJ a 5 hS SSSI OSOS0000090atIQse o Home Seekers Excursions at very Low Rates to many points in the following territo ry Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Minne sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Now Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming overtbe Selling Dates January21February 18 For full information a particulars as prlvlletisRoute or address tlie undersigned Warren J Lynch W P Deppe OI1I1lassTldtAct Alit OV trT A J3J Reeve Oenl Southern gt Cincinnati 0 I A Legacy of the Grip Is often a rundown system Weak ess nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liv r and kidneys often lollow an attach of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the pplen lid tonic blood purifier and regulator f Stomach Liver aud Kidneys Thou ands have proved that they wonder ully strengthen the uervts 1uild up time system and restore to health and COol spirits after an attack of Grip If auflerinir try them Only flOe Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by 1rry Thomas druggist 1m Truth prevails in the end but a lie always lends iii the stretch F E B Wo heard a man say the other morn lug that the abbreviation Ion February Febv ineansfwr every body ansI that man looked frozen in his luster It was apparent that lie neeiUd the kiiul of warmth that stays time warmth that teaches from head to foot all over the Iody We could have told him from personal knowledge that Hoods anap Irma gives permantnt warmth it invigorates the blood ansi speeds it along hrough artery antI vein and really fits mon and women boys and girls to en joy cold weather and resist the attacks if disease It gives tin right kind of warmth stimulates and fitrengtbens at he same time and all its benefits are tasting There may lJo a suggestion in this for you fob 121m Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twenty eight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy as sisted by a staff of contributors comprising the best writers ansi literary authorities on all current subjects so dill religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs a treasury of short tories and good poetry paper in which the best books best playa and best music are ably reviewed and all opics of contemporary interest are giv en careful attention It is the up titdate paper for the merchant the teacher time professional man the student the politician as well as for woman nnd the home If yon will send ns lOc in silver or stamps we will mail the Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRROR 8Jantf St Louis Mo Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of D B Jllllerdecd will presenUb sam to the undersigned pruperlylveriGecJ ouor before March 1902 or sam will be barred B L HADEtf 29an5w Administrator A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty tImings in gold end silver hiss come to be 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nobby raised cQnters at ODe St 4- k t Q either iQuality 333 high grade MarsaillesQuilts 124 size zt heavy wcijrht large floral center patterns kof ferns and flowers the liandcotLr Quilt ever offered for the money Price ft special f this week 299 Ask to see them OWEN MCKEE i 1 0 4i Jt 1f I Ui 1 uWo 1 b LI New floods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and in our selection we have in the way of Spring Goods the handsomest line of Ginghams White Embroideries Insertions that WAS ever brought to Kiclimond Unequaled it our beautiful line of Battenbur and Mount Mellick Floss Stamped Linen and Coronation Braid Attention is called to our radym- deSkirt Department In this line we can pleas the most fastidious tasts and have a large assortment to select from If you will call and examine times goods and get prices you are sure to buy A complete stock of New Matting has just been received and is now placed on sale We buy in the best markets of time world youknowLowest Prices II that what you want If so trade with Lee Smith 1 p t1 For Spring 19O2e j Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Novel ty Fancy Weaves Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Laces Crepe de Chines Silks Agents for tons- Celebrated j Ill ItPlh RiCHMOND r 0 j Willalways 5W1 me Handkerchiefs Hamikcrchiefs eredali surrounded rnovel groUpings Etc Wash IKentuck bJEtftI I1 Ir 3 tct43 q c mtC12 JroUl n Z Ul 0 0 fi fI Ul 44i 4 k IIIJ 7I75 7f ffi 7 I I have accepted the ffi7aency for RichmondiMadison the Great Atlantic 7Dnd Pacific Tea andICo andamnow peopleZas post jble If want the best Tea Baking Exffitime get and beautiful presents fret Save orders for good guaran 7 and the prices 1 half s chain s r Qcim t 9- o Coffee jou Coffee useful I Are The 1 Lowest i 7w Ii RespectfullyI hiT- I71 I f ADAMS JR 4 k7W Richmond Ky7i 7F 71 I7IF7ii17 44 ++++4+ ctI + has made Biohmond the host maj loh Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper oldBrassRublerShe5j0 Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there Is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thnrtaan can pay better price always the high est Anyone will buy your oclc on an advancing market we will buy thorn all the4imo t CALL AND GET OUR RICES- eJsl 1 f Thurrrian GroSry C ijantf r r S tI tJ 7II I t ourctC t QUEENSW ARErand perhaps close out this entire line we have fi centcof what it cost Anyone needingkV Glass or Queens ware now or in the 73 near future willsave 20per cent a on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH I 7 5If you want anything special in G the way of6 b 6rocerieslilClover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP J i === E DEATUERA6E CO The Richmond Climax ULI1Y FEe 19 JQ2 A Wilkes Smith Dentist is Di atd over J B Stouffers ti 1vre Cfebtf ft coat on the market at 1 Vittifebill3m at W D OUlbam has to say c ir t ae llitiewt dentist noxt door t riiunt buUdinp t KIuhraoiHOfyi llobaon dentist will be ill ster Momlay and Irneedny r 1 and 5 i i bst xra H6 of Jollico atyl Brush f ois Rwin feed seed corn a niiiitS Letcher Witt is loiin McClintnck our talented will assist Miss Minnie Dykes t mw veiling s Minnie Dykes Benefit COn- c tic Cotirt House tomorrow r Yu cant afford to miss it P Anneris offerinsr some bar lino in some niceIit s M ill jewelry n is Dont full to got them d idl lunch served from Oam to V in ior white people exclusively a t nil Iirt street E BEUKY e Ladies Aid Society will keep til as to their entertainment will be given some tithe in the nur isiar Klirgott of the Ehrgott ciiiMil hItS x wide reputation as a ryt lie will be at tho Court II morrow night nuoiiJ will have an opportu n j irmg one of Cincinnatis g jtists at the Court House to u iiijjlit Mr Oscar Ehrgott wilr- s rat numlers for an ad or a- 1i ii ask a nan k he will tell you lie dout b in Advertising a paper is tier e lutlft him be caught hug g liicd girl or chasing a loose calico up the stieuts after dark t ni with a jug of tamariu u 11t Iriiiliu ulilcu is in a gar fP u ntysurr building he will tile tot and ask the editor not it in the paper where every liiadil Wiited iy vlned apples will pay CJ ki JtWitheiibtiry feblLMt Ftr Rent Ir IIIR to will cheap Well lo cit Apply to Thurman Uroccry t U lost t j1 Atlolph Joidan ni Mid case Return to this a 2oiletf 1 C A Padrcah Ky Feb 2023 ii c itr the round trip from all r in Kentucky uii the Queen Uiiuitj Ask ticket agents fu inl irs Queen t Crcscmt Route I rules Indianapolis Tnd I f inorituu Sportsmen One a hint fart itrtiflcnte plan F I 12 ami 13 Notice i i to Will tho public thatl will n poiisble for any debts con t lw inv son John Mnthew PJiarp lin D F Sup FerRta- tiiiRH n for rout on Hiuh ftreet pr of A B AVillis PosECjAion g t any time- f tf Apply to J T Mclintcck Public Sale 1 Will sell at public auction on the prlo sea February 22 at 230 o clIck te o5Idnce occupied by me on Sec oII street DR L J JBAZEE e3t j We make a specialty of all kinds of gr i fried purposris I 193m Leicher Witt For Sate Vc offer for Bale privately a thirty fx lioiler and long stroke iigine ituij ftc ready for tie will Bellyery cheap For particulars apply to D or J D Chenauit or tills office tier 4 if Elliston Mill Co Strayed or tollno Grayed from iny place at Paint Lick a rr d cow with spots on her body ring in ear and dehorned Has been gone fur weeks Liberal reward offered for her return Notify J S Campbell Pant Lick or this office feb5 4t Held Om Lee Smith who was arrested last week charged with attempting open the vault at the State Barikaud Trust Cottpanv was tried In the Connjy ourt Wfdneday mprning nndIc over to await tbe action of tho April Grand Jury under a bond ofja linn tired dollars L j c BKJ o iLZ Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of lice over Middletons drug store July 17tf Trial Tomorrow The examining trial or Lea and Jim EstiH chargeulwihi killing Shell Chambers will take place in the County Court tomorrow morning AprirGurt Day The Young Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist churcn will give a Court Day dinner Monday April 7 in the vacant store room on econd street recently occupied by the Sheriffs office Fcr Sale cr Rent A nice residence on West ain Lolrble anti outbuildings Address C E SMmr KrIValentino Fosters house on Otter Creek about two miles from town was destroyed by fire one day last week Mr Foster was away from home when ho saw the fire and by the lime he got there it was too late to save anything Therejwas no insurance on the prop rtY Exzmioiii Titles Assistant District Attorney George M Davidson cf Stanford was here say eral days last week looking into the land titles of Boonesboro Before the Government expends the 300000 on the lock and dam at that point all questions of titles must be fully settled Clarence II The handsome elevenpound boy born January 21 to Mr and Mrs J as W Deatherage nee Miss Daisy Camp bell has been named Clarence Woods Me is the second grandson of Mr and Mrs B F Deatherage and belongs to one of the oldest and best known fami lies in this end of the State Fell Into a Show Case John Gadd full through a show case at Murrays confectionery on First street and was severely cut about his arms and wrists Saturday morning Mr Gadd had climbed up on a box to take some tobacco from the top shelf when he fell Dr H H Gibson dressed his wounds and he is getliug along very well Tobacco Growers Auodatha The tobacco growers of Owen Carroll Henry and other adjoining conn lies have organized the Tobacco Grow era Association Tho olijcct of the or ganization is to extend it to every county of the burley district for the purpose of concerted action to make the tobacco trust co on the open mar ket and pav living prices fur tho weed GocrfDay Dfascr The ladies of the Iattie A Clay In flrmary are preparing to give a dinner OH March Sid Courtday This dinner will bo in tho Garnett liousOi in lie room recently occupied by the Sheriffs office For It sirall ami the hungry willbe fed on nil the good thingsof the season The Infirmary Rummage sale will begin in the same room Wednes lay March 5th A Larg Eagle Unit us J Clay killed a black eagle that measured weycn feet four inches from tip to tipnil the farm uf Jot Ofay near Eseondida An effort tins oeen made to gft a bill through Jon gress prohibiting the killing of Ameri can eagles This One was devouiiug a ysung lamb and was shot while wip jug his mouth on a claw full of lambs wool Paris Gazette Spiall Pox at Pcgston Dr William Koon of Kingston who has ben attending the Louisville Col leo of Dentistry came home sick a few days ago Shortly after his arrival ho broke out with small pox and has been quite sick ever Ii lice There was much excitement in that section for a day or so but as every effort has been made to keep the disease from spread ing it thought that there will be no further trouble Pnblic Sale cf Live Slock In order to wind up a partnership business we have decided to dispose at public auction in front of the Court house in this city at 1030 on Monday March 3rd 1002 the following list of livestock Our 3 yearold black Squirrel stallion Ont 4yea old Black Hawk and Don Guise ftallion three 3yenr old jacks pne 0yearolJ jack and one 6yearold jnnet U O Griggs 4tr Jas Elkiu Teeth extracted withont pain 25 ceutLflit HOBSOX Richmond Kyt b Deputy SarnTor The Court Las appointed Mr B F Crooke Deputy County Surveyor to as sistCapUSF Rock who wasrec ntly elected The appointment was made ou motion of Capt nock srho On ac count of being at work ou herailroad necessarily out Qf thi county a great deal of ie lime rDr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf ofClnclnnalthe concert tomorrow evening celebratedGuaranteed to be the best feo195m Letcher Witt For the Waco GnacL flaptistCourt Day for thin benefit ot the Waco Baptist church which recsnlly burned EslrayT A bay mare came to my place on January 20 190 and has since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying cost W A MYERS jun2IJ 4t Paint Lick Ky To Complete the Bnildisf Representative Gilbert appeared be fore the Public Buildings and Grounds Committee last Monday morning to ask for a favorable report on his bill appropriating 25000 for the complr thou of the Federal building in this city The money will be used to fin ish the Federal Court room on the third floor of the Government building Committee oa Tickets Tickets will be on sale at all drugstores in the city this week for Col Bennett H Youngs lecture A great deal of interest is being taken in the lecture and from the present Indications it will he the most successful entertainment of the kind ever given in this town Dr Poyntz has appointed tho following gentlemen on the com mittee on tickets Messrs W A Thomas R C Stockton B L Middle ton and E C Wines Sheep Dying Many farmeis in the Paint Lick see don arc complaining of the loss of their sheep The sheep seem to hove the same disease that maiiv cattle in other counties have Tho first symptom ih usually blindness andso far nil attempts to save an animal after this blindness comes o i fiave been unsuc cessful Besides this the cold weather has been exceedingly hard on the lambs and manyliave diet of exposure so that altogether the thcep business in this county has a poor outlook row u Boihcrs We desire to call attention to the ad verlisemenl of Powell Brothers which appears today in another column Powell Brothers occupy two rooms in theMcKce building on Main street and are prepared to furnish every thing for the table Since beuinningbnsiuess five niouthsngo they have taken their place with the leading grocers of the town Their whole stock is new and of the highest grade They are men of experience end know tho grocery business from start to finish Head their ad From the l1niof the Scttisj Sun Mr Armer Parrish who left here a few weeks ago writes from Petaluma California that he cauuot do without the CLIMAX and consequently Jlis name has been placed ou the list It will do light thus young mans friends here at home to hear that ha is doing exceed ingly well in thin Golden State lie is liviiiK on a ranch and is well pleased with the place He closes his letter y saying that he is strivini hard to get rich cud married The CLIMAX with his other numerous friends wishes him success in both E V Elder In todavs CMMAX the advertisement of E V Elder appears Mr Elder who has long been recognized as one of the leading business men of this city is preparing to make this a record breaking year His business has steadily grown until now he occupies a whole building with Icy goods no tions clothing and millinery lie left yesterday for the East to lay in an unu suiilly large stock of goods for the spring and summer trade Mr Elder proposes to tell you in the CUMAX this year what hue is offering chi week A Card to Ihe Public 1 have just closet an eight days auc thou sale in the jewelry line adtl have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of vratch 3 diamonds und jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large stock I have became ae customed to giving goods away at half prices and it is now no hardship to me to sell you any thing in my line twenty per cent less than you wilt be able to get tho same any place in the United States Respectfully 3m D P Armer Coming Home The friends of MrThoinas J Mob erlcy are glad to learn that he has do cided to return to Itichmond to live He lUll bought saddle and barnes business of J T McClintnck and will continue the business at the same stand Mr Moberlev lies resided in Louisville for the last three years be ing employed by H L Streng Co He huts as many friends as any young man in the county and every one predicts for hun a great future in his new business Mr McClintock retires to accept n position in New York which he will take In a Jew days For Sale Having accepted a position in New York I will for the next 15 days sell any thing in the Saddlery harness line at absolute cost I am making the sale in order to reduce my stock about 2500 1 will then leave my business in the hands of Mr T B Lake who will continue to conduct iUnt same stand Now is your opportunity to buy your Spring supplies From this day my business will be conducted on a cash basis Profits will be reducid and we will be nrepared to interest you in prices Any one indebted to the store wjll kindly call and settle Respectfully feb5tf J T McCliutock Give Letcher Witt a trial order for coal Their Jell ico and Brush Creek coals are the talk of the town febl93ra Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates it has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dcc 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200to 175 ESTBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any peruon who fails to pay his gas bill on or before tho 10 of each mouth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception tRespectfully UICUtQiD WArFa IJmqCo Nv 27 1901 r dcc 4U Lct- Oiu Monday somewhere between Kiclimondand Million n surgical case containing about S200 worth of instruments A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to the undersigned feb12 tf DR J W HARRIS Lecture Mr C R Boucher has agreed to give his popular lecture The Pnnce of Men with stereopticon views at the Court House nextTucsday February 25 The proceeds will be used to furnish the Y M C A rooms Admission 25 cents Burned to Death Mrs Mary Ellen Keys of Irvine was sitting by an open fire one day last week holding a child in her arm when she was seized with a convulsion and pitched forward into the tire place The child was burned to death bffore tho mother regained consciousness Mrs Keys also was badly burned and it was feared that she would not recover Millers Creek Road The much talked of Millers Creek railroad will go through to Mrs Black wells coal land sure this spring It will be built by the Michigan capitalists who own so much timber and coal land in that section and will be operated in connection with the L A That was tIe rumor this week and it seems an thenic The rightofway huts already been secured except on two tracts Btatty ville News A Cooper fa Trouble Lron Carnes a cooper who is wanted in Knox county on several charges was arrested by Sheriff Wagers and taken to Barbourville last Saturday Carnes is a cooper and has boon a very quiet anti peaceable citizen ever since he has been lucre so that it was a surprise to his acquaintances to learn that lip was wanted in Barbourville for shooting with intent to kill disor derly conduct and other charges He was married in November and came hero to reside being employed at the Hume Cooperage Companys shop His wife was a prominent school teach er in Knox county before her marriage Since coming here they have lived in the Garnett House New Directory Tho CLIMAX is at work on a new di rectory for thin Richmond Telephone Uompany The new card will be out In a few days and will be much larger and more conveniently arranged titan any over gotten out before Many new phones have been put in since the last directory was issued and the number is increasing every week The Telephone Company has spared no ex pense in improving the system in this city and county Wo suffered less probably than any other town in the State during the recent ice spell be cause our telephone system was better prepared for the season The line men are now at work erecting new poles out Third street A fifty wire cable will run out that street from the Glyudon corner Rummage Sale The last week in February another Rummage Sale will be opened in Rich mond for the benefit of the Pattio A Clay Infirmary This time all citizens of Madison county old cud young rich and poor are expected to contribute so that tbecoffersof our institution maybe filled overflowing The stock will be supplied from every known market in the world from the Chinamans queue lo green petticoats from Panama coats from Shetland and candy galore If necessary special trains with new coaches will be run fnto Richmond for this august occasion Corn potatoes oats hay eggs butter chickens ztd all country produce will be thankfully received It Is Madisons sale Rich mond being her servant who will try faithfully to do her work This noble Institution belongs to us ail so let ev eryone lend a hand The Climax Free The Commoner Mr Bryans paper one year and the CLIMAX for three months both for one dollar This is the price of the Commoner alone and what it would cost if subscribed for direct The Commoner occupies a field which no other periodical covers Mr Bryans editorial discussion of the questions before Congress and of other questions of National interest should bo read and studied by all who cast a ballot The Worlds News Summary the Home Department and the Weekly Press Forum are other features of Tho Commoner which are carefully se lected are instructive and will be de voured with interest Send your subscription to this office with One Dollar and receive The Commoner one year and have you subscription to this paper extended for lliree months This offer applies to both new and renewal subscriptions Now is the time to subscribe Send all orders to The CIIMAX Rich mond Ky Thursday FljhL In a light which occurred on First street at thiee oclock Thursday after noon Shelton Chambers a notorious colored man was fatally and Leslie Es till seriously wounded A number of pistol shots in quick succession caused a great deal of excitement and instant ly drew n great crowd to the scene of the battle Before the fusilado was ended several cityaiid county officers were on the ground and promptly ar rested all the parties concerned in tho fight Early in the day Estill and Chambers had gotten into a row jn which Chambers was shot but not much hurt When at three oclock Les Estill and his brother Jim came ujcn Chambers again the fight was renewed So many conflicting stories are told that it Is hard to tell who started the trouble however it was two against one all thin way through Chambers was handicapped by his pistol getting caught in his pocket Whon all prrties were taken to jail Dr Frazee tho jail physician and Dr Evans were summoned to examine the wounds It was found that Chambers Was shot just below the riht breast The ball seemed to have ranged down ward but was never located as huts case seemed hopeless Les Estill received one ball in the right leg above the knee It was removed and he ia getting well His brother Jim Estill was not hurt Chambers was removed to his home Saturday morning whore he died that night He was burled Monday There wre a number of people on the street at the time of the shooting and it Isa remarkable thing that no one was injured There were in nil about fifteen shots fired and several of the balls wpnt through the doors and windows of the Tinrghboiiiig buildings The man who wakes up to find him self rolling in wealthsoonrohhaout of it It pays tb takosome advice that is given J PERSONAL Dr L H Blanton was in the city yesterdayProf H Brock wasin Versailles Saturday Mr B XV Turner left Friday for New York City Dr C E Poyntz visited relatives in Mt Sterling tills week Miss Corn Robinson of London is the guest of friends in the city Mr Charles E Douglas left day oh a business trip to ClevelludI Miss Mollie Fife is George Land in Lexington this week Mrs Beecham Lackey has returned NICho1lasvllleMrs Pryor Beard of Shelbyville is the guest of her sister Mrs Hugh McLcllau Mr D M Stephenson has returned from a business trip to Somerset and Burnside Mrs Nora Wilkerson Scott visited friends in Richmond last weekWin chester Sun Miss Curraleen Smith spent Saturday with her sister Mrs J M Benton in WinchesterMiss Chenault is visiting her sister Miss Kit Chenault in Lexington this week Miss Lucia Burnam entertained at euchre Friday in honor of Mrs E Tutt Burnam Mr and Mrs R C White ot Win chester visited relatives at White- Hall last week Miss Annie Milward has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs Clark Kellocg Mr James E Mitchell of Ueyuolds ville Pa was the guest of friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr George W Willginfr who has been down with fever for several weeks is able to be out again Mrs Elizabeth Miller has returned from a months visit to her daughter Mrs James Win at Winchester Capt J H Alltnan was in Louisville several days last week a deligate to the Grand Lodge of AO U W Mr W Tandy Chenanlt of Shelby nIbwas the guest of his brother Judge John C OhenaulF last week Misses Poyntz and Chiiton guests of Dr and Mrs J M Poyntz left Satur lay to visit relatives in Mt Sterling Mr E V Elder loft yesterday for New York where he goes to lay in a large stock of spring and summer goods Mrs A C Scanlan entertained the Euchre Club last Tuesday evening at her beautiful new home near White Hall Mrs John Turner left Monday for her home in Campbellsville after spending two weeks with Col and Mrs W II Leicher Miss Karle Chenanlt and Mr David Chenault left last Friday for Phoenix Arizona where they will spend several monthsMessrs P F Bean and R M Estill of Lexington attended the recptiou given by Mrs J 31 Poyntz last Wednesday evening Mrs A T Million left last Wednes day for Koauoke Va where slie has guile in interest of the Southern MuLti al Investment Company Miss Allio Tnbble has accepted a po sition at Stanford and has gone to that city to reside Before leaving she or dered the CLIMAX to follow her Mrs L D Collins lass returned to her home in Fairhaven Washington after a visit of several weeks to her parents Mr and Mrs James Bennett Mr Benjamin F Spencer the ceunle manly inacliinest at the L A car shops lies resigned his position and left yesterday for Louisville where he expects to make his future home Mrs Harry B Hanger arrived home last week after an extended stay rith Mr Hanger in Philadelphia Mrs Hanger with her three sons will leaye the first of April for Philadelphia where the family will make their home until Mr Hangers contract in com pleted The most elegant reception ofrecent date was that of Mrs J M Poyntz anti Muss Kathleen Poyntz on lust Wednesday in honor of their two visit ors Misses Chilton and Poyntz of Harrisonville Mo From three to five in the afternoon the matrons of Richmond and vicinity responded to invita tions but this was not the end for not until nightfall by the glimmer of the pale moonlight did the young people gather to do homage to the charming hoateses and tljeir fair visitors The handtiomc home on Third street never looked lovelier titan on this occasion The whole lower floor had been con verted into a veritable garden with great masses of ferns carnations and hyacinths banked here and there Many candelabra holding pink and white candles with their dainty white shades made a most entrancing scone Above the hum of voices could be heard the sweet strains of an orchestra which was stationed in the upper hall Refreshments consisting of cream cakes of various kinds olives salted almonds fancy candies etc were a most delightful feature Miss Merritt Jones presided over the coffee urn while Misses Jane Breck and Tom pie Taylor served chocolate Under a most artistic parasol of crepe tissue stood Miss Bonier who served the guests with frappo Besides those already mentioned who helped lo receive and added much to the pleasure of all present were Mrs H L Perry and Miss Mary Clav Lilly This reception will long be remembered by all as one of the most pleasant events of the season RELIGIOUSJ Lenten dovotions at the Catholic church on Thurslay night at 745 Prof J W McGarvey will preach at Antioch near Whillock Station next SundayITim meeting which closed at Berea lAst Sunday was one of the greatest in the history of the town It was con ducted by RevTheo N Compton of Madisoiiville and Rev J O Buawell There were about 200 conversions The Disciples of Christ or the Christian church increased their member ship last year20039 This membership is wholly in the Middle West The body has almost doubled its membership since ISpQ and now has a total of 1177 ErU making it noW bold sixth place in the United States Eleven years ngo thb Disciples lucid eighth place Rev Dr Gregg is said so have asked the trustees of the Lafayetteavenue Presbyterian Church Brooklyn of which ho is pastor to reduce hill an anal salary om 10000 to 8000 because he thinks he is no longer worth the larger snmHIlI were paying my ownSJ1lary8aId Dr GfeggfJ would unit give myself morn than 000 f i MATRIMONIAL CABIKXTERLASE Andy Carpenter anti Miss Lillie luie both of Heron were married last Saturday CAT oJSKISrEIt Mr John Cates and Instcand Miss Rita Young both of this county were married Thursday February lo- LEWISROBERTSON Whit Lewis aunt Miss Nannie Robertson both of this countywere united inmarriaRO at Bear Wallow Friday- RosuItowicMarriago license was issuod Saturday to Curtis Rose anti Elizabeth Rowe both of Morrow Jack sou county They were married at the brides home Sunda- yJouisoxJoNnsW IL Johnson ani Miss Salie Jones both of whom live near Combs this county were mar ned last Wednesday at the home of the brides father Mr J 0 Jones BAXTEUHUGUELY A very pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday afternoon bv Bev T Q Martin at his home on Hick man street the contract juts parties being Mr Milo Baxter and Miss Bhina Huguely both of Red House Madison county The groom is a prosperous young tanner bride who is a niece of J Tevis CobbI the well known Attorney of is a handsome and popular young dy She was attired in an ele ant cos tume of electric blue cloth with white silk and applique trimmings They were accompanied to this city by Mr and Mrs David McCord and Mr SheI by BiRgorstaff and Miss Maggie flaxI ter Winchester Democrat DEATHS BAHCLAY Little Nanny May Bar clay the twoyearold daughter of and MrsJohn Barclay died last Tuesday of whooping cough BLACKBURN Joseph Blackburn son of Senator J C S Blackburn died Wednesday morning iu Frankfort at 5 oclock His death was due ton com plication of diseases Mr Blackburn was about thirtyfive years old Of an unusually friendly disposition he enjoyed a large number of friends and acquaintances who deeply regret his death The funeral and burial took place at Frankfort last Thursday afternoon 7lJThis lenature Is on box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine M leb the remedy that CUff o ctdiua eDO aVuy Flirtation like polishing powder brichtens up the spoons All day Long you mav have comparative comfort un til laughter reading aloud or nervous excitement bringsott the fit of cough ins which racks you until your very hones ache Do not suffer needlesily Even when a cold on the lungs seems to have you fast in its dreadful poa er Allens Lung Balsam will loosen the mucns allay the inflammation heal the aching throat and finally overcome the enemy completely The deadly parallel is doubly fatal when it tackles love letters The G lden Yonder or Retro Cure is guaranteed to cure Rluumatish Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Lame Hack Inflammatory RheiimalUm Craiip in Stomach Diarrhoea Cholera Morons Headache and Toothache Sore Throat Sprains Frosted Feet ChiUblalns Contracted Mnsclesi Cramp and all aches and pains about tlio body Eureka Compound is the greatest known remedy for the Blood Indies tion Kidn y and other blood diseases Testimonials furnished on application For sale by Perry Thomas Rich mond KyTIIE D P SCOTT Daoo Coj 84 Chestnut St Lexington Ky hub Never estimate your peach crop from a census of the buds When a boy turns his bulging pocket inside out we marvel at tho quantity and variety of articles he has stowed away Odd lengths of string marbles a horsechtstiuit a top brass naBs Tiickorynuls an apple and many uirea- rticleanre garnered bv this snapper up of uncpusidered trifles We tliluk the collection must be hard on a boys pocket And it Is lint do we evor think of the variety and miscellany the substances wo put into the pocket ol our stomach Theres the appl and the nuts and things besides quito as intligeRlibl us brass nails and wijili no more food value than so many marbles And yet we wonder thaJ the stomach gives out Vhen the ttom nch breaks down under the stran of careless eating tied irregular ratals it can be perfectly and permanently restored to health strength b t the usa of Roctor Pierces Golden McUIcal Discovery The action of this Medi cine on the stomach and other oianu of digestion and nutrition is so marked that relief from disease iiont onise ex periencfd and the headtches liver troubles kidney disorders skin eruptions and other symptoms of a diseased stomach are quickly llre1- tWhenovtrrtheuseofa jfnedi ctee use Pierces Pleas silt Pelhita rliy act itt harmon with JlctldnIa lations j a T FINE TAILORINfi r IIWe beg to announce the arrivalof our lines of Woolens for Spring Custom Tailoring Trade Our assortment is very extensive comprising as it does a wide range of the choicest productions of both foreign and domestic manufacture Ii S 1 Our Fabrics are the Newest p Our Styles the Latest r Our Prices the Lowest Consistent With Highest Grade Iof Workmanship 11 ijZ 7 i7i7i7 77i7i7i727i Zfi = We guarantee a perfect fit or no sale c2YLftQTON BANKS i Q 4 1iv t ELDERS STORE I iJ= = = = 1WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING STOCK OF Carpets Mattings Rugand 4 We a bar in a few ff we at less r i it cost to 23 29 35 30 and wait it last get more li lrI H Which is opened for inspection at prices that defy iiJresecured ain hundred decoratedII which offer about onethird make them thanIDont wont long Cant i showing LOT OF r i 4 and CJ jard pieces now onsale you will save money about 4 tregular price Dont to ook over India Linens 5 6t Si 10 12i 15 and 20c Dont fail to see new Percales and IV i1 Madras Cloth Shirt Waists = r V ri Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade T Y Y T Y A A Cure For Lumbago YoC Wiliamson of Atnherst Va saya For more than a year I suf fered from lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain hahn and it pave entire relief which all other rem edies had failed to Sold by Stockton Hagan 1iu The gossip never makes a long story short enough to leave outthe scandal Suddens Arnica Salve The best and most famous compound in tIle world to conquer aches and kill paints Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflammation mum ters liles Millions of Boxes sold yearly Works wonders in Boils Ulcers Felons Skin Eruptions It curei or no pay 25c at Perry Thomass drug store lm A divorce court judge plays short stop in the matrimonial field When Ihs Chimney- is choked with soot tho fire languishes and goes out When Ihe bronchial tubes are clogged with phlegm the flame of life flickers Intelligent treat ment with Allens Lung Balsam brings up tile phlegm alloys inflammation stops the cough and pain in tho chest and in a word overcomes those terri ble colds which if neglected son become consumption Its u pity tilE average man does not lose his tongue when he loses his head A Wretched Millionaire The story is told of the owner of sev eral railroads who was unable to buy relief front the nervetwisting agony of neuralgia It is an unlikely tale The sick man must have known that Porry Davis Painkiller would help him at once it has helped so many thou sands of sufferers in the Mxlv years There Is but one Painkiller Porry Davis The only work some people do is to work on the sympathy of others While the Short Hand tlf tho clock travels twice around the dial Perry Davis Painkiller with cUte a cold will case the tightness across the chest and hence will banlbh the fear of pneumonia Just a little cold does not become a misery that clings until roses bloom if you have recourse to thus noverfailtiig help There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Many a man loves himself for the enemies he has made Tetter S tItheiirnaDd Eczema The intense itching arid smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed applying Chamberlains Skin Ointment Many very baaczses have been permanently cured it It Is equally itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples Chapped hands cliflblains frostbites und sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr CutlyB ConillUa F wfers are what a horse needs when ia bad- toaditfn Tonic blood purifier sad They are best in sse te Hiti a OnlO Opmflitio9 Pric M scute per package C I i Q I 11 e t Ei J jr j competition f Ir7 We are the preltieetline of r SHOES rwe ever had Infants Shoes lOc up Misses Shoes We to 125 Boys Shoes The to 150 Meus SO Shoes SI to 4 Ladies Shoes 75c to 4 r j r ANOTHER Remnant Embroideries I fail them i 1 our 1 for 10 rITcb13JuJJWL me do ak paSt notfoodb1ltt- neMCIn6nndth c If S3 r Ii U sviiibe i4F In Clothing will say we 1 shown and at prices to suit youP17d uOOO yards of Gingham worth 84c at fie Q hSheetldiiiitichmond l 1i Eo V liij i Y Y Y Ta T Y1J AGi7A A A A A A t ttNo Shrinkage No Risk W fr Many men striving to leave a heritage fur their chiklrpiu- S V buy Stocks Bonds Real Estate Mortgages etc all V hwbich are susceptible of shrinkage mill positive loss wi p A5 money put into a policy vithulit4 The Mutual Life Insurance I tht Company of KentuckyI v tt1 Makes the future 3protection of the family fixed andcertain t44Convertible into CASH without delay or sacrifice J C BECK JR 44SFELALAGENT 44StateBank t TrustRichmond KyliulidJng 4 fr M5frfr ooNEW STORJEOdO Let us supply your wants and needs in the GROCERY 2INEOur goods are fresh haying recently embarked in this busi ness with an entirely new stock PRICES THE CHEAP businesslis OUtoTur1mysand I rsilland we will have an opportunity to prove what we claim Powell BrosMcKeeBldgE Main RICHMOND KY a Uptodate J bWork TH 5 r i j 0 j y p l Fddecl Pper I I lovuii I Millie KaitaiLj DAILY EX SUNDAY RAIN ZEATB RICHMOND WrVsrsaUIesLwreneeburg Shtl 1105 LmbjYille LonhTllU Lexington S and Cincinnatim SOp In For Inl 1t am rMUUriCre t 31 pm TBAIN3 ABIKYJi RICMONDI From Loulttilla Lexington and t 1111 am t2lpmFromrr illillcr i Creek SZm- Q V naoWJf INd Gn1lr MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOIL Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverPleurizy WhoopingCOUj Price SOc 8 51 Trial Bottle Free Smayly I sin agent for the Page Wire Fence nd will uJI any amount uiited Keep ja hand lit all tin elIAlso iure bred Darock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY- 1lrksvI1le Ky OKLAHOMA IndianArkansas Territory Texas BEST REACHED BY Illinois Central By way of Memphis Only One Night on the Road Ily Leaving Louisville at noon DC 5ast aDOnly Line Running Free Reclining Chair Curs out of Louisville Ftr schedules and rates write to R H FOWLER Tray raw Act I C R R Louisville Ky The BEST The Climax lOnlyVOne Dollar AYearOnjellies preserves and spread rma thin coating of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Wilt keep them et4utey moisture and ndd proof rnreKeflnnl laral1lae Is ato lueful a dozen other way about the bouse Full directions In pac eleQhoni KadaRiDy- spepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food it gives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to cat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it FIrst dose relieves Adlet unnecessary Gapes a stomach troubles ChlcgoThePar vale by Perry Thomas r rliUEOmtE TABLETS a COLDS ES UC2RICE 6LY EFdNE TABLETS f 10 POCKET TINS JS FRRWEF- OFTAJM4 S tCTlDtl5 PEPPSM IOAUlUl roan runti a vretNtunx lOSAllMINlM DOTES ASSORTED PURE FUV031NGS IF SOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST 1AlltD mJPTor 353 Bnoowxy tlYaTV Pittsburg Central StockYards Pittsburg Pa P R RV Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers t Yards hays been pillared and rearranged It in the nearest point to the Eastern marketV Hfst listriliniiif point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Wagliins Philadelphia lew York and all Eastern nmrkets Good huyerg always III attendance for export cattlo and all other kind of stock Coiibf nment8 for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day g Simon ODonnell GeriL Mgr ISdecly r A Free Picture of sen Lee f 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 the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs Your beet route to Dalla will he via Mehl Tho r IteltoperaieslttiowntralnHdwaoiicbdarlfromKP anlI3 offering jou cl6 o connuctloas and excellent service t nUT timlii PJSCW Jtgot otbIp L WIJ WKtt toad Tasnta mi Hdrt f j 0AL M WARE General Manager tJ f Tn JoGron arany Surety o fJyou 11 I On the MarketcttsVW J because it 0 will make you the Most Money pickles in each old failed AIsYrocstTsTApccx6Uii p1It is BEST because there is no high ratio 3 t for 1 business on our II Bo kitW 4 J i It reqjircs LESSmoney to comttJ A 1 pletean Investment in The le erlson than in any other Company A s 1 t t I The Jefferson te Bq ani under is re eli 3s t1IA fiOMB01RRICB f No 22 N Upper St Qt2K jl p rr V a tJl Kentucky PickUps REMOVAL OF STATE CAPITAL Measure Passed the Lower House of the Kentu ky Legislature Frankfort Feb 13SenateThe session of the senate was brief Among the bills offered was one by Mr Flem ing placing Latonla Kenton county In the fifth class John H Westover and other Grant county politicians have secured enough members of the con gresslonal redistricting committee to vote against taking Grant county out of the Sixth and placing It In the Ninth congressional district HouseThe lower house adopted a bill by Mr Barton of Pendleton coun ty to submit to tho people at the election of November 1003 the question of removing the state capital to either Louisville or Lexington The action is by no means final and a comprom iso Is being talked of between the fac tions which may yet result In a compromise bill carrying an appropriation to build a capital hereV IS STILL IN JAIL Ball For Banker MeKnlght Failed to Arrive on TimeV Louisville Ky Feb 13Banker J M McKnlght Is still In Jail He was taken to the Gait house Wednesday night before Judge Evans and it was expected that lIr NIck McDowell sr of Danville would arrive on a night train to sign his bond or send a cor rected power of attorney In order to give the lawyers a better ground to stand on but neither came The law yers waited until late and Judge Ev ans who held himself ready for them finally ordered the prisoner to betaken back to jail and the case will now be taken up Thursday morning Mr McDowell will then be here Jo Blackburn Jr Dead Frankfort Ky Feb 13Jo Black burn jr son of United States Sena tor Jo C S Blackburn died Wednes day morning with a complication of diseases He died at the home of Col Eph Lillard warden of the state peal tentlary where he had been for several weeks Tho deceased was 35 years of age and unmarried He had been in official position in Washing ton The remains will be Interred in the state cemeteryV New Baseball Park in Louisville Louisville Ky Feb 13Geo Te beau is going ahead with his plans for his Louisville American Association Baseball club In company with an architect Tebean visited the grounds at Seventh and Kentucky streets where he proposes to build a new ball park that will have the advantage of being comparatively close to the busi ness center of Louisville Smallpox at a Party New Castle Ky Feb 13John W Downey living In the eastern part of the county has developed a case of smallpox While he was quite ill but before tho nature of the disease was known there was a largely attended party at his home and now there is consternation among the people of the community Refused Franchise Lexington Ky Feb 13Mr Har old C Beatty secretary of the Blue Grass Traction Co stated Wednesday night that Versailles would be left out Of the system because the city council refused a franchise or to per mit them to enter the city Midway may be selected Coal Famine In Vanceburg Vancoburg Ky Feb 13The great est coal famine in tho history of Vanceburg prevails here at present and hundreds of people are out of coal and can not procure it Half the people are burning old lumber fencing and out buildings Good Oil Near Springfield Springfield Ky Feb 13Good luminating oil has been struck at a depth of 1200 feet in a well In tho Pbttsvllle fields In the company working the field are Hon C C Mc Chord Col John D McGinnis Lieut W O Reed and other prominent men Won Their Suit Frankfort Ky Feb 13By a decision rendered in the court of appeals the Kentucky Union Co wins a suit for the possession of 12000 acres of land In Berry and Letcher coun ties Father and Son Drowned Madisonvllle Ky Feb 13Frank Armstrong and son Austin while coon hunting broke through the ice on Clear creek in this county and were drown ed Only the boys body has been rs coveredVLegislature Invited to Louisville Louisville Ky Feb 13The general assembly of Kentucky will be in vited by the Commercial club to come to Louisville on the eve of Washing tons birthday and be its guest at an entertainment in their honor Smallpox In Logan County Russellvllle Ky Feb 13There are about ten cases of smallpox at Bibb town a Negro settlement 12 miles north of bore in the Lcwlsburg magis terial district Guards are out and the quarantine laws aro in force Between Life and Death NichoIaiMIle Ky Feb 13Mlss Delia Powell who was assaulted by Tom Brown Is hovering between life and death as the result of the great shock to her nervous system London Ky Feb 13Mrs Lizzie Stringer vas aquittcd of the charge ot murdering Maggie Nealman Igrn1iant furnishesthe Didntknow neverbroughtwho let a cough run on dlngerfindsequences when the cough de velops into lung trouble The best to kill a snake timetostarts Ordinarily few doses Medicalcough at the beginnin But even wizen the cough Is deep thebodyMedicalDiscovery casesoutofeveryjiundredegect a 3Ildpermanent cure l1Il1ndpeople Noz6stouchslarmeti Afterthree Ittaledbottle of Dr PierceS Golden Medical Ducovery InthtrcupandaroundTwo bottles cured him The Common Sense Medical Adviser jrteononlyR1t a HALF THE SESSION OVER Six Hundred Bills Are Before the Gen eral Awembjy Frankfort Ky Feb 11 Monday was the 20th legislative day of this session of the general assembly leav ing exactly onehalf of the session in which to tahe final action upon the 600 bills that have been Introduced and the 200 or 300 more that are likely to follow The fact that only one bUlI has been passed yet by both houses is due largely to the unusual number of bills introduced and unless the rush soon ceases there can not be a great amount of legislation because BO much time has to be consumed tn reading considering and advancing through the calendar to the orders of the day tho recordbreaking number of bills ISTRANGE PHENOMENON Hot Water Now Stands In the Well That Once Was Cold Harrodsburg Ky Feb 12The peo pIe of Woodburn have been greatly puzzled for several days by tho strange action of a well in that town The water in the well has suddenly become hot without any apparent cause The citizens do not know whether the phenomenon is duo to chemical action of some kind or to heat from the interior of the earth The well Is about 50 feet deep wall ed up and about three feet in dlame ter and was built by tho KIrby Milling Co Since the water became heated it has risen up to within ten feet of the top of the well and is perfectly clear The temperature Is said to bo about 100 IA degreesI Legislators Spend Tuesday in exlngtonI Lexington Ky made a desperate bid for favors from the Kentucky legislature Tuesday The bills asking for large appropria tions and for tho capital are soon to como up for consideration and to show that the funds asked are for the good of the state at large the mem bers of the legislature were invited hero and entertained during Tuesday and Tuesday night There were some 200 of the members of both houses here and they were shown through the institutions seeking aid and es corted about the Youngest cityILexington Ky Potter aged 18 the youngest fireman on the Q C railroad died In a hos pital here Sunday night from a fracture of the skull sustained in a rear end collision at Danville Ky early Sunday The air brakes on his engine refused to work and It telescoped the caboose of another freIght train on a side track He was thrown headlong from the cab He was brought here on a passenger train but never regained consciousness A Mistake In Booking Lexington Ky Feb 12Through a mistake in booking last season the Two Merry Tramps and Hlmmer lelnes Imperial Stock Co each claim the date of Saturday night at the local opera house The contention result- Ing has been adjusted by an agreement to alternate acts both perform ances to be given In full before the same audience After Rural Free Delivery MIddleburg Ky Feb 12The citi zens of Mddlcburg and vicinity are endeavoring to have a rural free malt delivery The proposed route from Middleburg to Hustonvllle thence to Liberty and back to MIddleburg Petitions are being circulated Few counties in the state have better roads than Casey Shipment Deferred Lexington Ky Feb 10On ac count oi the prevailing severe weather Tom McDowell stated Sunday night that he would defer the shipment of the thoroughbreds from Ashland to Montgomery Park for a few days He decided that It would be best to take no chances with his youngsters until tho present cold spell breaks Mall Carrier Fatally Shot Salyersville Ky Feb 11 Pierce Patton county assessor and mall car ncr was fatally shot it is charged by Jack Collins a neighbor They bad trouble over some corn Collins and Dow Fletcher his brotherinlaw arIfatrFrankfort Ky Feb lIGapt Ed Drane received his commission as postmaster of the Frankfort post office vice S B Holmes The formal change took place MondayI Willlamatown In Favor of jury returned a verdict in favor of the defendant in the damage suit of Geo Weckback against Commodore Law renco and others accused of having tied him to a railroad track and caus- Ing the loss of his limbsIPut Acid Greensburg Ky son of this place who has some trou ble with his eyes by mistake put spy eral drops of carbolic acid in his eyes It Is feared that he will lose the sight of the eye Giants Bones Found Greensburg Ky Feb 11The recent high water in Russell creek wash farmIof fiat stone in which was the skeleton of a giantiMessage That Never Came Jttstr v DutiV 1 dks on tliuiarii s d n lijstonvilli loiiiu wli jiiv 16 rtnahll l fllltrliJ1 A roi ie right leg tiC the bird uia iutV ntimimim liuiul till wliiitagraved 250 S A 1901 It was profi oy the bearer of a mesbare vhfn tirickeii but a close search of theiwr oundings failed to discover nnythinj if the ldndny one will known any hiugof the hinlor who understand tie initials will please drop n postal urd to Mr Dunn at HiiKtonville Uau IIloNewsVlithe test of n good book u tlmt it shall have the power which carries the vader with it this new history Stliley tnd Santiago leaves nothing to De liftired No one CAir read It without smelling the powder hearing the roar of tho guns and feeling some Irehzr of tattle It is a fine 8ery told simply iintl convincingly Schley and San ingo is tr hook that every American nhould desire to possess It contains the sort of d story that will stir the apilit of patriotism in the heart of ev ery American lad It moves the read er by its directness The facts the book ontaina need no literary adornment iud the author appreciating this has xhpwn tare discrimination In the way ho has put together nil the Incidents tilyln2SqThe rich man traveling abroad doesnt- 13avto be linguist jWoney talks in- eyeryjanRuaiee sf1 i 1G GENERAL ASSEMBLY Doings of the Kentucky Legislature- at Frankfort Frankfort Feb GSenateBllls passed Wednesday Providing for the appointment of a special committee to reapportion the three railroad commissioners districts providing for assessment of real estate In cities of second 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 f2000 providing that elec tion officers shall be paid out of the county levy of the year In which they serve instead of waiting a year The Puryear bill to fix the minimum price for keeping paupers in the county poorhouse at JGO per year was defeat ed yeas 13 nays 18 HouseThe 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 the Santiago victory The committee on education reported it adversely but the house by a vote of 38 to 32 ad vanced the bill the report of the com mittee notwithstanding The follow ing bills were passed Requiring fiscal courts to make Itemized ac counts of money expended applying the common school law to schools es tablshcd under special charters Frankfort Feb 7 Senate The senate Thursday passed the bill introduced by Senator Dyer Newport which provides that fiduciaries shall pay for the bond for trust estates committed to their charge Senator Richardson introduced a bill which is aim ed to 1111 poolrooms except on race ofIon race a ony Both houses adopted resolutions to go to Lexington Tuesday as guests of the Lexington chamber of commerce and officials of the state institutions there Drewerybillone of the features of tim session of the house The bill was one of several measures which had the backing of the various labor organizations of tho state Col Colsons bill to make tres pass upon certain classes of property a felony was reported favorably by the committee on agriculture The 15000 annual appropriation bill for the purpose of establishing a state fair was also reported favorably The house Judiciary committee Thursday night decided to report favorably the bill to make the sale or use of cigar ettes a felony Frankfort Ky Feb 8Among the bills introduced Friday are the following To appropriate 510000 for the purpose of erecting a monument over the grave of Gen George Rodgers Clark In Cave Hill cemetery Lou isville to authorize city clerks in cities of the second class to select a daily newspaper to be known as the official newspaper to authorize second class cities to Issue bonds to restore to con tractors deposit fund money used In redeeming street improvement bonds to provide for ad valorem tax for main tenance of turnpikes to place a bonn ty of for scalps of chicken hawks prohibiting spitting on floors of public punishingto allow actions to be brought against railroads In any county through which they pass punishing gaming by a fins of from 100 to 1000 and confinement In jail for one year to authorize cities reflndingbondsment bonds Frankfort Ky Feb 10The houso committee on constitutional amendments reported favorably Mr Parkers bill submitting to popular vote a con stitutional amendment proposing to remove the state capital to Lexington urgIngKentuclyport all bills for the improvement of Licking river was unanimously adopt cd The remainder of the sessions in both houses was devoted to routine matters Only a bare quorum was presentFrankfort Feb 11SenateBillsintroduced Monday To amend see tion 4443 Kentucky Statutes by pro viding that school district taxes must be collected from delinquents In 20 days from the time set out in the no tices by the trustees for the sale of the property creating Beckham county out of parts of Carter Lewis and Elliott and Olive Hill will be the county seat to regulate investment and debenture companies by requiring them to set aside a surplus and keep it in the hands of the state treasurer and by other restrictions to protect the In vestorsHOUSeA message was received from the governor announcing his approval of the resolution passed by the legislature Indorsing the election of peopleTherelating to the dower rights of women by giving courts discretion in the sale of dower property was passed by 42 to 20 The Parker bill providing for submitting a meat permitting the removal of the state capital to Lexington to a vote of the people was made a special or der for Wednesday at 1030 ocloch IOII Struck Near Savage Ky Feb 11Oil was struck in the Brasweli well at Savage five miles east here at a depth of only 200 feet It is said the oil is the sam as at Sunnybrook Wayne county The well will be drilled on deeper Will Try to Make Terms Versailles Ky Feb 12Clty coun cil and the representatives of the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction Co will meet here Wednesday night to arrange for a franchise for right of way through Versailles for the com panys electric railway Death of Joseph C Criggs Bardstown Ky Feb 12Joseph B Briggs died at the home of hIs sister Mrs Emma Wilson near town of yealiHeserved with distinction during tho war Succumbed to a Strange Disease Owensboro Ky Feb 10 Jennie Talbott colored Is dead the victim of what Is called tile starcheating habit The woman ate common starch which she bought daily at grq cerics She has been a victim of the habit for 15 y ars- Sornethitig That Will do You CopIV xvVPt eV VV tit t j q IIV iiL 5 4lrVtVV LVt v tl okp for on lie ItIVijVfl InsVh nr ini eiMuiix t Tiip W rtfe t tHmli rtaifV ninth Rninedv AW have Usd il wjlli BUIII gisl rwniH i our family to long that ii hilt heroine u household urrn rty By it prompt utn we Iiajitany dintht l u that it him time md 1f8i1molliwe suggist that Our readers xrcaJly lliosH who have mall rliililrpn aiave- keep it In their homes us n cafrirnard against croup Qxmden IS3feienger For sale by Stockton Hnian 1in W A 1ettUP of the Milledgerille section klllrd a wild froone the otiie- day that weighed 10 pound awl uioa nreJ avorttnlld six inches from lip to tip of wings and three fet from its lieacl to tip of Its tnil This is n Kwiil sipn tha winter is broken Mr Pettun thinks Interior Journal Saved Her Childs tileVIII throe weeks our chubby little boy watt changed by Pneumonia al most to a pkfleion writes Mrs W Watkins of Pteasnnt City O A terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctor treiinn nt for tereral V pksrewwonttPvpfv dny VV Dihcnveryforsoon sound and Tvell We are sure this grand iIIiIlclnehavedils life Mil lionfrknow its fjie only sure Can for CopRliR Colds and nU Lung Vli4155CV Perry TliomHB druuIst jiuamiitHe satisfaction CQ6 LOOTiah holtles tree i un I H Miss Lillian Martin Graduate of Training School for Nurses Brantford Can now of Milwaukee Wis Testifies that the Hospital Doctors Rely Upon Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound to Cure Severe Cases of Womans Ills She says DEAR MRS PINKHAM While we are taught in the training schools throughout the country to look down upon patent medicines and while the doctors in the hospitals speak slightingly of them to patients I have found that they really know different I have fre quently known physicians to give LydiaEPinkhams Vegetable Compoundto womensuffcringwith the most serious complications pf ovarian troubles falling of the womb leucorrhcea and other disorders Theywould as a rule put the Compound in regular medicine bottles and label itc Tonic or other names but I knew it was your Com pound and have seen them fill it in prescription bottles I have- never seen anything but happy results from its use j inflammation and ulceration has been relieved and cured in a few weeks especially where your Sanative Wash has been applied also I feel it but due- to you to give proper credit for Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound j I have great faith in it and often recommend it to others Miss LILLIAN MARTIN 384 27th Ave Milwaukee Wi- stOO FORFEIT IF TilE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENULSE c sick write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for advice KotrIHtaidt mrala at UfftfwtvU Tilt esrtblUlT dntnttaM ade7roorar t 111 iai es wttf 118ft ntlU oro tbr nailer r1- tllo onr fl equitllt ilft etinegi ere 1rCs4- sI 040101 ErP r1r rptte TrtlMCI intf tr rnt rovMtdwHtfocr OUR STEEL ti opts Evir Mltttirr iBacmatrM HYGEIA SPRAY OR WHITEWASHING PUKPXVV r1 fi WATER PURIFYING PU1aprrioitrpeor GASOLINE ENGINESMake known your icantt direct to manvfoctur- erimiir Ajr TEMPLE PUMP CO CHICACO ILLS auHCn flI flTVCVittflUWHY TUE BEST 1 CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock pa1 25 BtptOlll Mr Wheeler got Rid of His Rheumatism h During the winter of 1S98 I waVi haute in tny joints in fact nil over in Iwicly that I lardiy liobbi nrmttul when I bongln a bottle of rlmmbnrlainH Pain Halm From tin dig aiiplication I began to gft well aII xvas cured have worked iteadiK Hit the veurR Wheeler Nortbvrood N Y For sale by Stockton HH Irnaw Tim motion in the Ilouiie to amfnr the Parker Capitol Incatinn bill to read fhat the citifS of Lexington J niisvillf anl Frankfurt be plaie l on a ballot this toopie 10 choose by majority vote unH of thBSe cities for State Capitol location was adopted and the amended hilt 1tttl- When von lank energy do not relwt yiur food feel dull nod stnpil nfte eating all von ned i a iiso of Jham btrlain1 Sunnndi Liver Tablets They will make von fell lifce anew mini lint give von an likh wr osMlpbSinfktoniiRiar lin rtie u11 aiui NesS Ii in ttl kind f triMtble It iiiailt the sln ment bat there wa a insn livinu in lawrence bnifr who hull taken 2555of Irinks 01 ivnisky in iliity fIvftIYhrf Half in II in Andmon capital took it u irii IRk en n iw K litor ILnv VI tit iiiiif tiiit Hannd Rheumatism Remedy iVmove iiis in nt clv Plea ink Prinf The Siaritat- 0 Jtlr KrrWitr U norMi fV lie I tie liii lMHnHt8ui iicliit il iiiitl me oi lit irk r rhI1IIIi ii Atur tin u oof the reined 1 wani fre fm- pfll P i HIIIJFllr isIs ut HI MldiilotniiV Drug store V2Oi YoIuit rt if 1 It erit It i ii4ui tit ti- outeuuip can m ir vnw anily Dud IThJ IrLII true 11 riiy itt t taiplastoV to III ii il it VtIhtUIttiIt 11t iIr UI siN Mn td Veu VVtVVV ViV5Va lava 0 4tr F rViVVa t nilllttc uxer IlntVV tfti wT hdn iiIUgthtru Cr1 Mtn aeae 5iG 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M o Phil ippllif Islands =Vheusome people lOSt everything else in the world they pet religion The prodigal start Of the hnrdwork lag hen is gounrutfly alasil e Tlin man who lives wl ll is not nIP one who needs adductor i Aliaenpe mayinako tho heart gripiv TftinVir but so do presents If you wunt laPSe very often you have tOfightfor j n It ioeju ljay to be too busy to 1lfj riotidsh iVi- INoMade of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horseV We also make a full line of 1 High Grade Vehicles and 7 Harness Send forfatalcfue and J IICOSMO STOPS lpABr 271901EveImenses they wcro Tory Irregular anti i suffered with in ierriblobearing beentnkfngWlne monthIYin years NASKIJS Divas What is life worth to a woman suffer ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women in thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silerce If you are one of these wo want to say that this same WOF RDUI will bring you permanent relief Con solo yourself with 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