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Jl I I iu JTih I 0 0 IT1113 RICHMOND CLIMAX iM t I OLUM 28RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 5 1902 CFdeJ per NUMBER 4LiLl 30FESSIONAL CARDS 1t02N ty MILLERVATTOBNKTATLiW UUrD EgNTVcLt a v the Burnara Building nut door to s National Bank feb3ly n 7LLV 4 rrullmVrLw MtNO KENTUCKY j vr mtft K uikTrujt Co op nut Uoue oa Main Street l Al OliKiNAULT rRRYS4TiAW 0KENTUC Y Hie m Second street over Ohen IM grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw- R ITMOSD KENTUCKY fi5r liSiv over Tuyior Bros Stor- iTACKSON ROBERTS ATfOnVEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW M ilMONl KENTUOKY in John DPnntI old Jaw olce ovcr per Jt hocmas arag due 2aIt3l DUS GIBSON GIBSON PinMCrAXS AND SURGEONS ft m SII KENTUCKY jeintnt oeCcJim building and 20 Sec i treet N mie old drugstore 27 l HAS Co HOOKER I E TERINAR Y SURGEON i lAnalf Ontario Veterinary Colkge Vet nnary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty a 8ofice at stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly iiC JASPER M D l licine and Surgery Mia 1rather Buildinc Main Street JjiTione at residence the Carr i Uce on Broadway iciTMiSH KENTUCKY EANSIt a rtlTBIOIAN AND SUKQKON iM KENTUCKY DENTAL SUEGBST T 1alite ooiDE- NIIST OP LOUISVILLE KY et office next door to Government Building 1 n iStd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 171y Harry M Blanton 5= DENTIST iOffice in Bennett Building lTily TBLEPHONE 186 OlX- f yJI j HIoI rliE BEST PAPER int t fcw t1IDrtU rtaderxts t- hejLaeeki V crJottrnal VV v uperiorof vttlwa bedrl piII a ysar r ikAYEAR NewaI ioii ta Axentn Sampl- ejj rrv to all who will ask t JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AUHAN CEMENT YOU OAN GET TilE RICHMOND CLIMAX AND TilE- TwiceaWeek Courier Joura l 3 f a One Year for Only 150 Hone Seekers Excursions at ve1iY Pri Low Rates to many points in the following territo labama Arizona Arkansas British CaJiiinbia Colorado Florida Georgia Hiiuo Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentneky Louisiana Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missonri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota klahoma South Carolina IIUII Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the AX4V Selling Dates March 4 and 18 April 1and 15 May 6 and 20 For full Information a particulars as priviIeasRoute or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch W P Dopp- sOenIaumkate AatGJJT AI 11 Eeeyes a enl Sontlw i AV t lac1alMlifiO = 1 toesece I JEWELRY iJrThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at BOGAERTSStore For repairing SplitSecond and 1+ Swiss Watches also 1+ Diamond Setting and fine t Tewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I MEJALSGJASSlug done by a flue EugrarrV Have you Seen ofIJry1ntimesVMy Motto ANDFAIR Victor Bogaert S7E KYlItebly O J8t Beauties 9 For All f1JOur Floral Decorationsj are beautres and practice the necessa Jry KNOW MOW inar orderf1 J J f1oJHENRY L PERRY tgt J BUs Flowers go Everywhere q fJ i Of VitalVInterest WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the ono re cently by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun highestCASh We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a produce that we propose to load iu this bubiness iu Madi- sonGOTT BROS fywirVN Dnpot 2PjnitU RWHMOXD KY 1 rI ff i I ift r f f A Womanly Weakness Woiriatrs chi for pretty thins ill- bnlcl and Kilver Ims come to be pro venus IJII have tIlt Bainfl leaning but they diiijruise It Here are scores of fancies In gold and silver for very little money The quality of every piece in our stock is of gunrauteellexcellence LELANEon- ilioiicMstu Sotice to rdito 31 MADISON OIHCUIT COURT B R Robinson c PIUs Lewisuabbard o E DftsJ All having claims against the sate onJohn U Qabbarddecd are hereby notified to tile tbf same legally verified with the dersigned on or before March 20 1902 or same will be S IL SCOTT M C M CO 2UIebIW OaOmOo eOsee 10 e a SEND tIJF 5IC For a trial months sub- S lle scription to the I i Louisville iii- iisjTIMESl tire The Brightest and Best Af S in theIISouth H Lat t Market QaotatlftM 58- Uteit0e State News S AH the Local News Cemfkte Press Jleperts EE Largest Circulation IJJ n in the South 22 38000 AND OVER DAILy J HSOca Month = OriayearbYl dV S y C COS FOURTH AVE v 1 IOUlviIle Ky = s Sl i 1lr l r I IAMUSES HIS GUESTS Marquis of Anglesy Adopts a Novel and Unusual Method Secklnir to Provide Snmp New DI rerlon lie Thrown Raid Soy errlgiiK Into n Stint Pile anti 31n Dive fur Tlieni How shall we entertain our guests has been n most Worrisome question for many an ambitions hunt and host ess iu England but it has remained for the young marquis of Anglesy to invent the must striking amusement This young man with Isis immense in come has been tulle to indulge his taste for buying quantities ofmagnifi cnt jewels some iu handsome modern settings others in barbaric mountings Adorning himself with these since Christmas he has kept the neighborhood of Aiiglesy castleWales Inn fever of excitement and pleasure producing gorgeous pantomimes in which loaded down with jewels he took the principal pirt sang and danced But this was too tame apparently to arouse the spirits of his guests he invented a new game On the grounds of the estate near the castle was a soot pit where the sweepings of various chimneys land been dumped Here the marquis gathered his friends He had also collected doen yonug workingmen from the neighborhood Then he scattered a handful of soy ereigns half sovereigns and silver pieces in the soot where the coins sank out of SightVAt n given signal the dozen young men plunged into the pit head first and began grabbing for the coins As they emerged with dirty clothing black hands and faces and eyes noses mouths and ears filled with soot each man clutching a piece of money the sight threw the noble marquis guests Into paroxysms of laughter Warm weather will it suggested add to the laughable features of the sportV SEE SOME GOOD IN TRUSTS rnrlnnen In Title Country liivratl erntlni for Tliolr Government Dlvcunw Comtitiint Ion S M LnareWeiller and Rrtron de ln Gotelorie who ire in this coDa try representing jW French govern meat in the study r f American indus trial activity have returned east Mr Weiller snid one of the things they were sent to inquire into wits socalled trustsVUnder the French low said Mr Weiller such combinations ot capital and equipment are not allowable and ive were directed to study their work- Ings in this country their effect upon the investor the workingmen and the public My observations here have led me to the conclusions that there may be much good in such combina tionsVIt is possible that some arrange ment may hE made whereby we will get a portio11 least of our coal shortage from the United States We may get coal here for our navy and perhaps for our railroadsVWe would like to learn something- of your mental processes whence comes that audacity which makes you dare to do things Wt are afraid todo thins in France in Europe I might say It is the idea to send students here to study industrial problems and your methods of government WOULD CHANGE CALENDAR Dneol erl Von Rerlinritt flue Prui Inn oIrolon Yenr of Ton Mouths Dajrobert von Gerhuardt the popular Prussian poet and novelist has stirred the dry bones of German astronomi cal research by proposing a calendar reform that involves the division of the year irtn ten months fiie consisting of 36 days and five of 37 days and mal ln O1ol1tbThe basis Vpn Gerhardt arguing that the deriva lion of September October November and September demands that they be made respectively the seventh eighth ninth and tenth months If says Von Gerhardt our Baby lonian inheritance the present system cannot be shelved tbe world should at least return to the ancient German system of naming the months accord lag to agricultural conditions such as the Hay month July SccUine Grave of Leather Slocking1 Search has been Instiluted at New York to discover whether the body ol Nathaniel Shlpman the hero of Coop ers famous Leather Stocking Tales lies in the churchyard the First nap list church in Hoosick Fajls It is firmly believed that the bones of the great trapper are resting hereout the exact whereabouts of the grave con not be ascertained The investigation discloses positively that IethPr Stocking diedln JSoa at the home of John Ryan who had married his daughter The object of locating the grave is to mark it with a suitable monument the funds to be raUed among the citizens of this historic lo cality VV JnnlINot Broken li for Old It has been learned says the Xeiv YOrk World that T W Lawsons yacht Independence which it was stated had been orderedbrokenupand sold for junk is so broken up that hei can be put together at a moments nb tice Its parts are said to have been carefully stowed away Every frame every plate in fact every part olln dependence is numbered and their storehouse is watched night and day Mr Lawsons plans fprthe boat are un knownVTen Cents fo Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twejty eight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy as sisted by a stat of contributors comprising the best wrItrsand literary authorities on all current subjects so cial religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic Tin Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs a treasury of short storIes and good poetry a paper in Which tho best books best playa and best musk areably reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are Riv en careful attention It Is the up todate paper for the merchant tho teacher the professional nun the student the politician ad well as for wOman and the home If you will sand ng lOe In silver or stamps we will mail tim Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRROR 8JantIr ftXoulSjjro Jv heated argment kion of the thiPKlthe WIV jX HUMAN BLOOD STAINS Discovery Made of Va3t Inpcrtance to Me Jiciae and Law Ilnrvnnl ProfeciiorB Experimenting In Line with tile Most Advanced Gerinitit ItcNenrcli KIudrTliey Can Dimem Human Illood Whether the bloodstains foundon the dollies and weapons of supposed criminals arc from human beings or animals has been a question which has puzzled the legal and medical fraternities in many of the murder trials since the dawn of modern civilization Hitherto microscopic examination has been the only method of deterinin lag the question the distinction beingI con li noil to the measurements red corpuscles the blood which vary at size in all animals During the last few years German and ISussian students have been at work perfecting what Is now Innnvii as the serum test rabIbisor nbdomenjThl human blood are then mixed together If a precipitate results it is proof that tin blood is human rC Wood of the Harvard medical school with the assistance of Prof Whitney hns made similar experi ments with the same results Prof Wood was recently asked to examine the blond stains found in connection with the Oreenleaf murder case in La conia X II He tried this test which was the first of its kind ever attempt ed in this country Ills experiments resulted in the finding of precipitates in every instance where particles from Oreenleafs garments were tested while where animal blood was tested no precipitates were found The accuracy of this experiment may he contested until it is more thor oughly understood but it is unques tionably one of the greatest medical discoveries of the generation COEDS NOT SUPERSTITIOUS lTcmlly YOHIIR Women Would Prove Ilir Foollnlinrmi of the lczar of tltco XlltUhe 13 Thirteen society coeds of the Uni versity of Chicago will attempt to prove that there is no ill luck connect ed with the number 13 by publishing the annual women = edition of the University Weekly on March 13 with a total of 13 pages The coeds have expressed their disappointment that this will not be the thirteenth annual edition but it is the third and they are content that the number is odd Among the coeds the old supersti tion prevails to some extent that where there lire 13 people together in any function or undertaking one of them will die within n year They all de clare when they are asked that they do not believe there is anything in the superstition but it has been noticed on several occasions that women in the boardinghalls have refused to sit at the tables where there were 13 When the editorial board of the Womens eeldas chosen a few days ago it was proposed by the leading society girls who were selected that they show their disregard for the superstition and prove that there is nothing to it and so the hoard was constituted with 13 members HAS PLAN FOR CADETS Secretary of Navy Long Suggeats Method for Ailmlnnloii of Naval Contractor to Service Secretary Long has disapproved recommendation of the general board respecting the admission of naval con structors to the service Because of the insufficient number of junior officers and the prospective inadequacy of the naval academy to supply the need the board recommended that the transfers to the construction corps of the three cadets who annually gradu ate at the head of their class at An napolis be discontinued and that in stead these cadets be given line places while naval constructors woud be chosen from civil life Secretary Long disapproved this recommendation but he qualified the disapproval bonamendment so that the three gradu ates standing highest should not necessarily go into the construction corps but that vacancies in that corps might be filled by the selection of any one of the graduates Mosaics Two Children Because he muzzled his 13yearold son and 11yearold daughter to pre vent them from securing food A Grnnski a 1olish farmer near Willow Ulver lInn has been arrested and the children were taken from him The farmer who is a miser worked the children hard and fed them so scantily that they ate raw vegetables roots and even grass At last they hit upon sucking the cows and this so infuri ated the farmer that he constructed muzzles of wire and made the children wear them almost constantly They got rid of the muzzlesoneday and were stealing the milk from the cows again when the old man detected them He beat them terribly and they fled to town The arrest and taking away of the children followed ICOlCt of the New Navy navy has cost the United States S9a803023 for construction and 59343235 for repairs on com pleted vessels These figures were supplied in a statement forwarded to the senate by the secretary of the navy as the result of the labors of a number of navy department em ployes for the last year For the Coinplexion The complexion always suffers from- bllitiusuiets or constipation Unless the bowels are kept open tlie impuri ties from the body in the form of unsightly eruptions DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers keep the liver and bowels in healthy condition and re movo the cause of such troublesC E Hooper Albany Ga says 1 took DeWjtts Little Early Risers for bil iousness They were just what I need1 ed lam feeling better now vears Never gripe or distress Salt thorough mind gentle Tint lery best pills Perry k Thomas 1m Dr Waite Xlectric CornT Their merit Is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building Mrs OKRA C HART State Agent 27febIyr When you wak up with tt Bad t ste- In Your mouth you may know that need a doss Clintnberlairis Stomach LIlerTabl tsrhey willdeanse your Etomach Jtnprove ybur appetite and make you feel a new maD They era easy o take being sugar coat Jtorss1ebvStoekton L ij Vi rt Days Doings in Kentucky THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY Dill Appropriating 100000 For An Ex hibit at St Louis Passed Senate Frankfort Feb 27SenateThe Cox blirappropriatinB 100000 for the St Iouls worlds fair came up as a special order The Porter amendment striking out the appropriations but authorizing the counties cities and individuals to subscribe a sum suffi cleat to make an exhibit was defeat ed and the Richardson amendment to cut the appropriation down to 50 000 met the same fate The t then passed by a vote of 22 to 13 Other measures passed To regulate the selection of juries so as to do away as professionalfurors to allow appeals to court of appeals In cases Involving construction of a stat ute requiring state and county attor neys to personally conduct the exam nation of witnesses in felony cases before the grand jury HouseThe Wills bill providing for state uniformity in school books was called from the committee and read the first time and put on the calendar The Denton bill declaring certain creeks to be public ditches in order that they may be used for drainage purposes was passed The bill ap propriating 10000 to the Kentucky Childrens Home Society was passed The senate bill providing that the Jailers salary In second class cities shall not be less than l500 nor more than 2500 and deputy not less than 000 nor more than 1200 passed 51 to 28IA FACTIONAL FIGHT Dlcody Encounter Between the Napier and Faulkner Claims Campton Ky Feb 27At Vortex three miles from here a desperate battle took place between John Faulk nero of that neighborhood and his fol towers and Clay Napier who figured conspicuously In the French and Ever sole feud several years ago and his followers Napier and his followers went to the home of Mrs J G Taulbee for the purpose It Is thought of eavesdrop ping and were surprised by being fired upon by Faulkner and his friends who were secreted somewhere near the house Napier and his followers Im mediately returned the fire During the conflict which ensued 50 or 75 ihots were fired Napier received one shot in the head and several shots xent through his clothes Faulkner received five bullet wounds- It is also thought that a number of other participants were wounded as the fence was covered with blood where they crossed into the woods Nearby neighbors hearing the pistol reports and the screams of the women hastened to the scene and at once started in pursuit of the outlaws but no trace of them could be found after they entered the woods Wednesday morning a posse headed by Sheriff T F Stamper started in pursuit of them and it is seared that if over taken they will die rather than surrender GOV BECKHAMS MESSAGE He Asks the Legislature to Pass the School Book Bill Frankfort Ky Feb 27The fea ture of Wednesdays session of the Kentucky general assembly was a communication from Oov Beckham to the members demanding that the democratic majority carry out the party pledge in the two last state platforms to enact a law providing for a uniform system of text books to be used in the common schools of the commonwealth and to regulate the price thereof Threaten to Strike Louisville Ky Feb 27Flfty ot the 82 exchange operators of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co In this city say they will strike Friday unless the company grants their demands for higher wages and shorter hours To the Penitentiary Whltesburg Ky Feb 27 Circuit court has been in session for more than a week Five persons have up to this time been sentenced to the peniten tiary four for kukluxing and the other Constable George Frazier for mayhem Despite Parents Protests Lexington Ky Feb 27Chester W Gaitskill a telegraph operator and Miss Jennie Cooley aged 19 years eloped to Cincinnati and were mar ned The parents of the bride objected because they thought she was too young Franchise For an Electric Road Lancaster Ky Feb 27The fiscal court granted a franchise for an elec tric railway line from Lancaster to NIcholasville and the road is to be built at an early date The citizens of this place are much gratified at the enterprise Painfully Burned Bowling Green Ky Feb 27Jos Schneider sr was painfully burned while trying to save a desk and pri vate papers from a fire at an outhouse at his home in this city The building was used by him as an office at his distilleryV A Lynching Possible Henderson Ky Feb 27Armed men are scouring the country for a Ne gro who criminally assaulted Mrs Rob ert Woodard a farmers wife He was tracked through the mud to this city but the trail was lost as soon as the pavements were reached Having a Run on Chamber lains Cough Remedy Between the hours of eleven ocloik a ni and closing time at night on Jan 25th J901 A F Clark drnegist Glade Springs Va sold twelve bottles oi Chamberlains Cough Remedy He says I never handled ft medicine that gold better or gave butter satisfaction to my customers This Remedy has been in general use in Virginia for ma ny years and the people there are well acquainted with its excellent qualities Manv of them have testified to the re effectidVlmoncine fur a cough or coMornttick the grip use Chamberlains Cough Reme dy and you are certain to be more than pleased with the quick cure which it affords Fpr sale by Stockton Ha Kan im Time man who objects to kissing ba bies can never hope to become a diplomat You will never wish to take another tryChaJ11berlains pie4sntjHV41fCtand tg lAt e the i VM and foqwsw Fie b 4ocku I Iirn L Stopa1htl Blight It is a sad thing to see fine fruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sicklyIt worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children But some of them dont get their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason why such achildshould stay small Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind of strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them eat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weakchild a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catchup with the rest This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and 13on the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNF 409 Pearl St New Yotk Soc and l all druggists A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISlOVKKY One small bottle of Halts Great Dis covery cures all kidney nnd bladder trouble removes gravel diabetes seminal emnitsionsmmeak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in Doth mill and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug eist will be sent by mail on receipt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole raauc facturer P O Box 029 St Lqnh Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 nr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder tronble I weighed ICO pounds when began using it today I weigh 17Q pounds and I feel better than I have iu twenty years anti I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A RIDDLE The fellow who trusts to lurk will soon discover that lie cant put aiy other kind of trust ANTITOXIN Full SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agricultcre from States in tbe Corn Belt show losses in 1693 of neatly two hundred million dollars I r V II DeVaux after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true swine diseases and prepared u Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy HOlts treated nth the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The guarantees that the injection thelrAntitoxinin well swine will atsolutely prevent death by disease and in sick wine will tare at least SS percent In case cf failure money paid for serum and syringe will be funded Any farmer can easily ndmlclstcrthc Aotlloxlu Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufQclent for six hoirs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 OtVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago Zlaprly When aman is spoiling for a fight he is naturely too fres- hPractically Starving Alter using a few bottles ot Kodo- lysuepsia Cure my wife mceivjd per feet and permanent relief from a se vere anti chronic case of stomach troth hit says J H Holly real testate in surance and loan agent of Macomh 111 Before using JCodol Dyspepsia Mre she could not eat an ordinary meiil without intense Miifarini Sh is now entirely cured Several physi cians and many remedies had failed to Rive relief You dont have to diet Eat any good food you want lull dont overload the stomach ICod ol Dyspepsia Cure will always digest it for you Perry Thomas 1iu A practical man is one who carries out the plans of a theorist Could not Breathe Coughs colds croup grip btonchit is other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One Minute Cough iure Otto Minute Cough Cure is not a mere expectorant which jslvijs only temporary relief It eoliens and liqui tieS the mucous draws out the infia uiatiou and removes the causa of tile disease Absolutely safe Acts at ouce One Minute Cough Cnre will do nil that Is claimed for it says JriJJtice of tho Peace J Q Hoed CrosbJ Miss My wife conld not gt her bnith amt way relieved by the first dose It has been a benefit to all my family Per ry Thomas 1in Selfishness is the result of it misdi reeted search for happiness Surgeons Knife Not receded Surgery is no longer necessary to curo DeWitts Whet Hazel Salves cures such cases at remov lag the necessity for dangerous painful and expensive operations scalds cuts burns wound bruIses abres and skin diseases it is unequalled Beware of counterfeits Perry ilaots 1rn- FireproofI buildings are 1tOVlded with fire escape just thowiH Chronic Diarrhoei Mr O B Wipsrfield of Fak Play jif o who safiered from ohronjc dveen teryior thirty five y arsia Oham STI IBB Colic Cholera aHd llwrrhoea RM dy did him more good ttaa other fQ dicme he bad ever Mid For al bY Stockfoa Jti an lm s- ojjtijuturejj Do You Know Canttnow than they were a few weeks agot We still have good selection on our floor save money by buying now YouI another materials IiI I- IY1L Iii FF hJd WL c TAILORMADE 1 o SUIT OPENING 0AT0 TE 7- iI BUSY BEE CASH STORE t be the Greatest and Grandest Event ti iofthe kind ever pulled this Ladies now will see all the Elegant things to be out this I season in unitc i 1 t i2 and we promise you a rare treat and a visit if you call on us during this Opening Mr HARRY D li of the Jeffras Cloak and Suit will be with zQOusfor TWO DAYS MARCH 1 k Vj4W5 jt r WEDNESDAY MARCH 4th 1EC 4+4 ++ + + + k h + + tJ + c + t flaEt+ + crJ2lTf + 7w7Z t t3 t+ f tti s E u + tt + G + 8 + AiI the grandest for fjant Written lucky Attorneyat more of Mi 7J7I THE Cityo profitable i and will show his entire line of Tailormade Suits Skirts and This is by the best line oftSuits and Skirts shown by anyone manufacturer in the United States and it will lady in this city and county a chance to get something at the right price and get a correct fit M r Smith will have his Tailor with him to take measures and will guaran suits to fit and deliver to I you in time for EasterrWe have gone to great expense to have it for the convenience our friends and customers and your presence at Opening will be an encouragement to Iand show us that you appreciate our efforts stock 1Ntroublea complete line of Elegant Tailorinaiie Suits this aloaplendil line of Walking Skirts you will find uptodate and all Iattarmade and as haddsome as you will find in We invite you inspect this stock tt 4OW OIdhmCo S v E + ++++++++++++++++++W = rJVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVV t WOMANSRELIi A really woman has little pain discomfort tne menstrual periodwoman needs to have any WIno of Cardui will quickly relievo those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular menses WlIIEOFCARDUI has brought permanent relief 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men strualorgans strong and healthy It Is tho provision made by Nature to give women relief tho terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GmuarwooD LA Oct H timeIeldo and could not yet any relief until BeforeIfoehSImydutytoaaytyou05wonderful dseMAY- ouxmrsahjte giving itOnhlTbeLadiei tdTlory JCJattacooga Co cuanoogare difference between a and an embezzler depends how much steals Pretty ChildrenWe three children Before the birth of the last one my wife used four bot tles of MOTHERS FRIEND If you had the pictures of our chUdren you could see at a that the lastonc ishealthiest prettlestutd- nnestIookIllg of them all My thinks Mothers Friend is greatest and rernedy in the U world expect mothers P byaKea jITNERSi Silk give every nice them of this IWiWe L teD 1fs tt FBIEIBprenatsnIauunt iB child coalBif mothers disposition and Icaper alv unnnfled throughout the ordeal 1I atLOOrelul- ng pcnetratta totBettfreltcres the usual distress geo4iiaf re4 meef is prettysare in feodaatsred cU14 The patient IS la a sfawir beaKMy cewUUon whidi the also taherUc Motbers Prkd a wtte tteMcH tte crisis filckly aad abmst polntessly H assists ia her rapM recwwj Mrti off the dangers that often fotlMr f j lis- ry3bystabffls THE BRAOP1EID ReQUUATOR C ItAHf M toresr kWT f i qualItycost season are going up Ky Carriage John Donelson Prop 778m in Co Skirts far tee all R us season any city to L D healthy or at to The thief upon he have tanee A to lute kept cUM takes aa4 M at II prices off IN them from wife y IIri p1 1 SuggestIons 19 bHere is the making of a Happy Home And here is where friends re1i1j The whole family can participate in the en joyment which comfortableVCHAIRS and ROCKERS JBrIng to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year Leather Picture FramesGoojsyhave a kGJimico nile of and Ladies Desks IAndmany other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE 4 j W0 00 Oldh am iCor 2d and Irvine Sts iRICHMOND Iulj3My KENTUCKY 1 iiff I WALLPAPER We are the leaders in the Wal Paper business be oxperincein mour customers We show five to ton times more goods than anyone in this line hns ever shown or can show in Richmond We have bought more tlinu jvtwice as many new goods titan we ever bought be foro and all in the new bright fashionable catchy colorings that are far different from the awaybackV nptodatsons paper that vas 5 to 124c now 3 and 4e new deVsigns lots of that lie You should see our rich lark colorings ntG 7J8and Uc all in compute complete combination You will fay they are worth twice the money Our stock of solid color Ingrains the largest in Central StripssMoorjibroom lots flier would be no duplicates as In ordinary papers We want oodsbetterYours very reBpectlnlly GECX M WILLGINGr 209 West Main Street RICHMOND ICY N BVwill talk to you about Paints etc later on 1 r r C aCCC Tuxedoes Full Dress PrinceAlbrtsI t A SPECIALTY l V V d- 1S VLEY 1 Lfi Ta4oc dmporfrr LEXINGTON Jr K lflTUCKJ lSllVIi VVj rf I1 iii h r 1 he Richmond Climax I C CHEITAUIT President A D MILTEU Ianager BOBT8CBOWE Editor WEDNESDAY MAR 5 1902 PUBLISHICUXVlCKY WKIINICSUAY BY Tho Climax Printing Ce Incorporated SENATOR Beveridge of In diana replying to Senator Tellers statements concerning press censorship in the Philippines declared thathe was prepared to make the statement from hisrpersonnl observation that press dispatches were not censored in Manila The Chicago flee ordHerald a republican pa per replies to Senator Bev eridge on this point The RecordHerald says that the newspaper corre soondents have a different story to tell and their positive testimony is much more con vincing than Senator Bever idges negative testimony The RecordHerald points out that in the worst period of the insurrection there was no justification for such a cen sorship as existed since it wits absolutely unnecessary to safeguard military operations and this republican authority adds Its chiel effect was to keep the news from the American people who were entitled to it then as they are now and what ever the situatiion may be today the people need not as sume from Mr Beveridges declamation that the garbling of news has been a myth It has been very real andsome light might be let in on this subject at the committees investigation Commoner =BY a vote of54to 12 the Senate Thursday formally censured Senators McLaurin and Tillraan of South CarO lina but not however before Senator Till man had again milled the Senate by a state ment which some called an in suIt Though he sought to withdraw his hasty remark objection was made and it will stand as part of the Sen ate Record There were two committee reports The ma jority report found Tillman more culpable than McLaurin as the latter acted uider great provocation and recommended censure of both A minority of three Republi cans favored suspension The five Democratic members of the Committee approved the majority report but dissent ed from so much of it as as serted the power of a Senate to suspend Senator and as describing the offenses as of different gravity MEMORIAL s e r v ice sin honor of William McKinley were held Thursday in the hall of the House of Repre sentatives Secretary Hay CJlBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Inwiil lIitEl bl a n Of One Of These OrientalRUgSlI1II This sale will last only a few days more If you havent in Rugsdonthad better come in and see them now We dont attempt to give an elaborate description here but simply reiterate our sthtejnentthat the most complete the largest the low est prices and most artistic collection of Rugs ever shown in this city LafIBfOWBrCO stAIN lND urtnwi LEXINGTON y ll who was the principal speaker of the occasion pronounced a fitting eulogy on the martyr ed President In the distinguished assembly were Presi dent Roosevelt Prince Henry of Prussia members of the Cabinet Justices of the Supreme Court army and navy officers members of the enate and House and diplo matic corps THIS sensible suggestion to the coiored race comes from Booker T Washington today the most prominent colored man in America I have noted that the man who can not buy a home and save mon ey and educate his children in the South seldom does it anywhere Ifwethe negroes cannot improve our condition here I do not believe there are many spots on the earth where we can do so THE Morehead Advance suggests the name of Hon Milo Shanks as the Republi can candicate for Congress in this District We did not anticipate any opposition in the next campaign From the Commoner As vet thendmiiiistration organs have not undertaken to explain how those Filipino Vnxaees manage to read so much A mcniHii literature Trade follows the flagEO strenuously that Chinese and Japanese shipbuild ors will construct thirty or forty ships for the Uniteil Statesto use III the Phil ippines Tho iipptiltlican organs wilt never forgive Mr Town for making a few for tunate investments lie should have permitted the Republicans to monopo lize nil of the gofed things By the way suppose tint the admin istration after having bought a few islands should suddenly determine to sell a lew Lonfi Island Staten Island Mare Island and Dedloe Island among the number Europeans who assert that this coun try line no antiqnes should como over and take a peep at the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence We have the word of eminent statesmen that they are antiquated documents The St Louis GlobeDemocrat says complete pacification has not been accomplished in the Philippines and may not ho for a year or two Cur ernor Taft shotld take a day off and whisper a few things through the Globe Democrats telephone The wireless telegraphy invented by Marconi works upon the theory that time transmitting and receiving instruments are in tune with each other and out of tune with everything else Now if Marconi will invent a process by whlrli representatives in city State and national legislatures can bo kept hill tune with their constituents and out of tune with lobbyists and cor porate interevts he will achieve still greater limeIThe titerupt of the Republicans to re tire legal tender greenbacks and substitute nonlegal tender bank notes is entirely in keeping with tIme general plans of tho financiers lint how can the people ignore the fact that such a scheme would leave the banks in possession of all time legal tender money while the people would handle money which could bo used to pay debts only when the debtbolder was willing to receive the same Ctdliaa dab Notes Mozart the Immortal Mozart was the theme for tho Twelth chosen by the program committee fortheCecilianClub This meeting was held with Mrs Robert Burnain on tins Summit with an unusual number present The three operas chosen for the afternoons study were Don Giovanni The Magic Flute and The Marriage of Figaro The Don Giovanni is considered his best opera and Spohr commended its energy and its unique combination of the lights and shadows of life Mozart himself said that lit wrote it for his own pleasure and that of his friends mill for us its music is irresistible To the discussion of this opera was added a new interest from the fact that two members present had heard tIme entire operaHis Magic Flute Mozart loves much This was a work given and shared written to lift an unfortunate Iriend front tho depths of poverty The club enjoyed this overture as rendered by Mrs Harvey Chenault and Mrs Mid delton The story of the Marriage of Figaro as given byu Ira Robert Burnam showed careful preparation and much famil iarity with the subject Title opera of Mozarls at its first performance was received coldly but when theboautiful melodies were tak en up and whistled and liuiiiiried it took a firm hold on the people and its success was assured Mrs McLcllans sketch of Mozarts life was replete with interesting facts exemplifying the truth that life can not be measured by years but by thoughts and feelings and treat deeds At tho close of the programme the rcqltestIa body And it gives us much pleasure to say that we esteem it a great privi lege with nil of Richmond to intro had this opportunity of noting tho pro gress of our young vocallet Miss Dykes and of hearing one of Cincinnatis great nrtisis Mr Oscar EhrgolU Big Land Sale LBBryant of Danville sold last week to J S Stears Co of Chicago a valuable tirctof timber land nbout 10000 acres for 100000 lie lies alto closed n contract with the sama company to build a railroad from Whitley Station on the Cincin nati Southern rondt to the Interior of tliojxMinty for the purpose of penetrat jug valuable coal lands which will be immediately developed Work will be gin on fourmirics at once When peoplo pray for their daily bread they dont forget to put in a side Order for butter v Seek and yd shall find nppliu very forcibly to the man that is looking for trouble If a man Is onlyaHttle Iuw r that the angels the atmgJmatttntmuchm to be proud March April May There is ft best time for doing everythingthat is a time when a thing can be done to the best ad vantage most easily and most ef fectively Now is the best time for purifying your blood Why Because your system is now trying to purify ityou know this by the pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to takethey do the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it Hoods are the medicines you have always heard recommended 11 cannot recommend Hoods Snrsnparilla too hithly as a opting medicine When we take it in the spring we nit feel betterthroucu the summer Mas S II NuL MeCraysl a Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise LAND STOCK AND CROP Mat S Cohen purchased of Thomas Tsdbott of Paris an extra fine high acting gelding T S Burnam has bought of Chas lagan a farm of soventy acres near Paint Lick at S40 per acre In 1870 there wore in Tennessee 800 UQPsheep and 00000 dogs Thirty years later there were iu the same State 200000 sheep and 800000 dogs while apparently it is only a question of a few years when there will be a million of dogs in the State and no sheep at all There were about cattle on the market at Lancaster Monday About 400 of the number being sold Yearlings brought 37 to 4c calves 10 to 20 butcher stuff 31 to Bte heifeisSt to3c hogs ii7 c Mules jO to 90 Tarbolton a celebrated Knglish race horse just imported from England by j N Camden at a big cost is dead at Hartland stud Versailles rom injuries received on ship board coming from Liverpool to New York lIe was eight years old and sired by the Derby win ner Ayrshlere He won a number of races in England Fornaly Lived in Kentucky The Danville News says that Major Micah Jenkins who refused to accept preIformer Kentuckian Prior to time Span ishAmerican war he was military in structor in Hogsett Academy and re signed to accept a Captaincy in Roosevelt Rough Riders He served during tho war with distinguished bravery Eighteenth Anniversary Beautiful the custom of Mr and Mrs W II Miller of preparing on time 27th day of February since 1884 a din ner at which all their relatives and friends are welcome butto which none arc especially invited For the past seventeen years they have entertained on this day in honor of tho day they united hearts and hands to pass down the path of time together It has been known that on thnt day the largest turkey that drinks front the headwaters of Lake Ueba will racethe table and that the best of edibles that can be procured from the Cheap ako Bay to tho Sunny South will be on hand to whet the appetite and satisfy the hun ger of the welcome guests On last Thursday morning the guests began to arrive early and by noon thirty or for ty relatives and friends wore enjoying tne hospitality of the happy pair As night drew near the guests apparently against their will started for their ro spective homes but all present were satisfied thnt Mr and Mrs Miller each knew well the meaning of a Kentucky home A Mountain Romance The following story of a romantic marriage was dated front Campion last weekSome days since there appeared from this place a fictitious news item in the city papers stating that a suicide club had been organized in the Tar Ridge neighborhood of this county and that W P Pelfrey of this place was presi dent of the club and as a result Pelfrey has received warm letter Irom Miss Clandie Bess of Nashville Tenn requesting him to abandon time presidency of the club and go to Tennessee to get a wife if ho was unable to find a Kentucky belle to suit him Pelfrey is well known here lIe is a single man of middle age and a carpenter by trade Wheu seen by the Even big Post correspondent he said he had written Miss Bess time following letter as a response Dear Miss Bofs Your letter advis lag mu to abandon the prenidenoy of the suicide club and go to Tennessee to get a wife has been received Iam convinced that your advice is very timely and every impulse of my na tore demands that I now ask you to fix a date when you and I may be united in the holy bonds of matrimony You are the very girl I am alter and do please fix a time not far distant when our hearts may beat as one Pelfrey says if lie gets a favorable nn swer lie snhds able reedy and willing to carry the proposition into immediate effect PAINTLIClr Delayed Mr and Mrs Albert Forwtcrd baby died nod was buried Simla Mrs Champ Shumate lists been very sick time east week Mr Kithard Jones had a pected to Mr HveInographer or Co of Louisville for the post year is now assistant cashier j Mr W S Fish our druggiit is time i proud father of a son William Craig Also Dr Casenburc has a fine hove and Mr Tankersley s girl Mr Clelland Tcrrill had a sale and disposed of all his stock and farming implements He lieda big crowd plenty to eat nod everything sold well lIe is going to Montana to live Time young people of New Hope church are going to have an entertainment BOOH and will be assisted by Miss Secrest of Kirksvllle tho accom pushed elocutionist Time proceeds will be for a good cause Messrs Will and JoeHiginbotham of Camp DIrk Robinson have moved and taken possession of Mrs Ed Bal lard rJ1rm They are industrious en- terpriSing young m nand we give them a Cordial welcqme to our community JirjTillio Arnold ol Oklahoma Alter an absence ot fiftoenye8re is Jjera on a Visit Blitf soys she would tnot corn Iwtlc in live It1uk Keiitacky people are 11IOiJOW and thltiVs Oklahoma te the ylacetogo to make Bawfteyi Vf PQRTWOOD Delayed Mrs W L Blanton is verylow at this writing Miss Fannie Portwood vlsitel her sisterinlaw last week Mr If R Harris sold lila farm to Mr Kie Woosoley at 10 per acre IMr Sidney Dozier who has been low is on the road to recovery Mr TJ Portwood visitied his brotherinlaw Mr Bailey Richardson at Brassfield Sunday Everybody says this year is going to be a good fruit year and we hope they are all telling the truth Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a twejty eight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy as slated by a atair of contributors comprising the best writers and literary authorities on all curreut subjects social religious scientific financial literary or artistic The Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry a paper iu which the best books best plays and best music are ably reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are giv en careful attention It is the up todate paper for tho merchant the teacher the professional man time student the politician as well as for woman and the homo If you will send us lOc in silver or stamps we will mail the Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRROR SJantf St Louis Mo The dinux Free Time Commoner Mr Bryans paper one year and time CIIUAX for three months both for one dollar This is the price of the Commoner alone and wind it would cost if subscribed for direct The Commoner occupies a field which no other periodical covers Mr Bryans editorial discussion of tho questions before Congress and of other questions of National interest should be 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 The 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 loire you subscription to this paper extended for three months This oiler applies to both new and renewal subscriptions Now is the time to subscribe Send all orders to The ClIMAx Richmond K- yHanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one day Pleas ant to take Price The Secretary to Mr Justice Brewer US Supreme Court says Half a bottle of Ilauim Rheumatism Remedy cured me of an attack of rheumatism After three doses of the remedy I was free ro- mpalnI J Haig IIFor sale at B L Middletons Drug store 202 W Main street tf It is false pretense that has ruined the blessing in diEiiiti business Worse Than a Blow from a lirrd fist is the buffet ot cold wind upon a pair of improperly protected lungs A few minuted exposure to cold may be time beginning of con sumption Lose neither time nor cour age Fortify yourself against pulmonary troubles including consumption with Allens Lung Balsam A few doses will loosen the cough and enable you to get rid of the phlegm that pro duces it Cure soon follows Home SeekersExcursions at very Low Rates to many points in tho following territo ry Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Minima sota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Selling Dates March 4 and 18 April 1 and 15 May 6 and 20 For full information a particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privl legs etc call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch W p Deppe Ocnl Pass Ticket Agt Asst G P iT A J E Reeves Gcnl Southern Agt Cincinnati O LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY FasIb S1LIek4L DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BRTWn1tN Lmisvilk IN St Luis TrainsPullmsa Trains par rtUfind further Information addrew u jmwiM S IA- Lcwwviuc Kv r u S iMsiiBmjjrlpa SO OTTE A COLD X2T ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists rofunil time money if ItI foils lo cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents One way to keep your promises is not to give them the Childrens Friend There 13 no use trying to persuade American mothers that a substitute exists lorPorry Davis Painkiller They know how it relieves the troubles of childhood from sprained arms and legs 10 stomochache Other preparations may lo rood Painkiller is certain to A big difference and one that has been recognized for sixty years There is lint onePainkiller Perry Davis If tombstones were reliable the devil would soon be wearing mourning Would Smash the Club If members of time flay Fever As rbuiatfon would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the club would go to pieces for it always curl this 1IIIIhtd and Asthma the kind that bufllnri the doctors it wholly drives from the system Thousands of oncehope less sufferers from Consumption Pneu monia Uionchitis owe their lives and health to it It conquers Grip saves llttje ones from and Whooping Couch and Is positively guaranteed fur ill Throat anti Lung troubles fOc 100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas tlrogitrore 1rn The man who parts from the right reasonably sure to get left FEB- We heard a man say the other morn log lint time abbreviation for Fehruary Ftl meanfFreeze every bodynmml lluit man looked frozen in his ulster It was apparent that lie needed the kiid fl warmth that stays the warmth thst reaches from head to foot all over the body Ve could have told him from personal knowledge that hoods Sarcap arilia gives permanent warmth it in vigorates the blood nnrl speeds it along through artery and vein and really fits men and women boys and girls to enjoy cold weather and resist the attacks ofdleensp It gives the right kind of warmth stimulatEs and strengthens at time mine time and all its benefits are lasting Timers may be a suggestion in this for you fob 12 1m A gift with a string tied to it is a great drawback to charity ff4Thb signature In on every box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo Quinine T=bieta- IM remody that cnr s n cold in one day Men who preach by time yard usually practice by the Inch The Vice of Nagging Clouds the happiness of the home hut a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles annoy her Ishe is melancholy excitable troubled with loss Of appeite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells sho needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thnngjtids of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and be come healthy and imply Try it Only flOe Perry Thomas guarantee sat isfaction 1m Some people are better when they are sick than at any other time Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwohs put on a cut lately gave a woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to pur on a nut is Buck lenri Arnica Salve the infallible htaler of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Erup tion Burns Scalds and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at Perry Thom as drug store The customs official goes where duty calls Cant Keep it Secret Time splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is uaily coming to light No Biieh grand remedy for Liver and 15ocl troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Con stipaiion Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indigestion Try them 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Some preachers are very deep and the most of them are rather long A little lie goes a long way tuer SatIlhciitn and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly cliayed applying Chamberlains Eye and Slim Ointment Many very bad ases havo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cidjj Condition PoiTdcrs are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic Mood purifier mId verinifngc They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pdc 25 ents per nackac Time man who has lived for his self alone has time privilege of being his only mourner Ti I- tflhi1 m jj In some of tIme Swies valleys the Inhabitant art nil afflicted with goitre or thick neck Instead of rcgarlinir this as ft deformity they seem to think it a natural feature of physical devel opment and tourists passing through the valleys are sometimes jeered by the goitrous Inhabitants because they are without this offensive swelling Thus afotn of disease may become go common that it is regarded as n nut ural and necessary condition of life It is so to a large extent with what are called diseases of women Every woman suffers more or lees from irreg ularity nlmatlon debilitating drains or female weakness and tins suffering is M common and eo universal that many women accept it ana condition natural and necessary to their sex But it ib a condition us unnatural as it is unnecessary Time use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription strengthens time delicate womanly organs and regulates the womanly functions so that woman IP practically delivered from the pain and misery which emit up ten years of her life between time ages of fifteen nnd fortytiro Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well A mans Christianity has to stand n pretty severe strain when he steps on a banana skin Stops tho Cough and Works 02 the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a old in one day No cure no pay Prico 25 cents Where time wages of sin is death there is no striking fomn increase Beware cl Ointments for Catarrh That Con lain Meicury as mercury will surely destroy the s nse of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entring it through tilt mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halts Catarrh Cure man ufactured by F J Cheney Co To ledo O contains no mercury anti is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get time genuine It is tak en internally and made in Toledo 0 by F L Co Testimonials free Sold bv Druggist price 75 per bottle Halls Family Pills are time best Mil Public Sale As administrators of Mrs Lucy A White decd we will o- nSaturday March 15 at 10 a m sell to the highest and best bidder at her late residence 4 miles south of Richmond at the junction of Big Hill and Speedwell turn pikes the following personal property 140 shares ot Richmond Mining stock5 shares Richmond National Sank stock 2 extra inilnh cows 2year ole heifer 1 yearling bull 2 heifer calves 1 combined horse 20 tons Timothy hay loO bushels of potatoes 350 gallons pure grape wine kitchen and household furniture consistinguf sonic of time finest old style Mahogany furni ture in tilt State Terms made known on day of sale JOHN D WHITE LIZZIE W FOSTER 3tuar2t Administrators Master Commissioners S1 II C Broaddus Admr against PIttIn C Broaddus1 firs and Crds Notice of SaleIn Equity By Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned will on kUrQ Y Mh Jl About the hour of 130 oclock p moo on the premises in Richmond Madison county Kr est highbkviz A House and Lot In the City of Richmond Ky containing one byMainRussell heirs on the south the lot owned wainIscottportionall tqlngs necessary for a firstclass home TERMS Sale wilt be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with Rood security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Replevin Bond bearing legal interest faom the day of sale with a jvien reserved upon said property until alt the purchase money is pai- dS E SCOTT5- mar3 r M C M C C Henry Hazelwood and J Tevis Cobb Attorneys WANT YOUR WALL PAPER Orders and as I have not had I the pleasure of showing you my 1902 samples of WALL PAPER and Room Mouldings Every body that has yet seen pro 1nounce them qsFar Superior to Any They have ever seen If you an- ticipatei doing any Decorating this spring I can not only show I yon the greatest variety of good Papers ever shown but can actually SAVE YOU MONEY The saints papers that I show you arasliown bv the U S all Paper Co In their immense stores in St Louis anti Chicago Lot me know when I may clal at you residence and ohow you this line of goods A postal card will bring them to your door 3mar mW P BAXTERie JI75ffiF71 l Interest You Certainly we can Every farmer and house somethinginz call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New i 7 Western Plows and other implements neces sarjr to the cultivator ofall crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of CookingStoves1 of Hardware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you We the goods you must have and will interest you placjFarm a Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a j specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering Mr i W D Buckley one of the best tinners in Ken t tucky having charge of this department Call dic and let us quote you prices and wo will make5 of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR BROS I J i iJtiL i We Treat You JJ The whole Year 0I c Fancy Knit Goods Children Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephyr closely knit assorted solid colors 10 cents each Fnncv combination fleecelined Hoods closely J knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closelv knit Shawl Fascinators made of good tl quality wool 4iu fancy border nt 25 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs I IIE The best 6 cent Handkerchief ever pro lzduced staple borders of Red and Blue also White at5c each rrt The leader of the line Mens Softest flu ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one Inch Ii hemstitched bcrder printed in tasteful polka IW dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color I effect at lOc Silky Japanetta Cloth Handkerchlefsone I4 inch hem white initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs 25c r i 1J7 e I l 1 1 g I n t For such as are found Will you your II Fancy colored Eiderdown good turn ovor collar edged with white fur hncd with cream colored Flannelette oner I the best values ever produced SI now 80p Cloth Cloaks in dark blue and with large sailor collar rpliqued iu white silk braid at lj- and Si CO to Iin town see us Vhen nt home write us In either case wejjl ve yau III to I 4J Sheer High Q rada Lawn Handker ifencbalf inch border at No 2131 Handkerchief half Inch made of sort Swiss Lawn eaIJr ered all around in very pattnus white chain work flowers and leaf pittems well worth at lOc Ladles Swiss Handkerchiefs with brof real lace flower designs lit Novelty Mufflers in popular colors of high grade Serge size 29z r a z Oxford superior White Quilt made of yarn in new lih s signs hemmed size 70x73 at 49c each new Spread that has just been added to the line size 2ply yarn raised centers hemmed at 99c each I GenuineI I Cor Main First St W f- es tZ ffZ if t Jj dies Fine your safe here hold weight Angora was red Ladies Handkerchiefs hemstitched Hemstitched tasteful English 1lJe ks 1 sais 4Reverea 701 tr t Quality 333 high grade Quilts 124 size PX heavy weight large floral center patterns surrounL a novel of ferns and flowers the haiulsi n Quilt evcrollered for the money Price S4 gpoiiai this week 299 Ask to see them r t t lJG t t f illi f t1 tlq 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 Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc that was ever brought to Richmond Unequaled is our beautiful line of and Mount Mellick Floss Stamped Linen and Coronation Braid Attention is particularly called to our readvmwde Skirt In this lino we can please the most fastidious tastes smut have a large assortment to select from If you will call and examine these goods and get prices you are sure to buy A complete stock of 6New Matting has just been received and is now placed on sale We buy in time best markets of the world youknowLowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with Lee e I it r I J ti For SiiiiiI 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Piques Madras Shirt 1m Colored Cotton Dress GoodS Printed Novelties Ginghams Ghambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepede Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Gpftoris Celebrd Shifts T Wn iteAJGi son RKHWDKY Which makes business andsound bargains always help ground Children Eiderdown Cloaks throughout 555cV- hen Money 15c Ste quality bleached nobby Marsailles groupings OWEN MCKEE A Battenburg Department Smitha Weaves Chines I 1l I I 1 ii ii 1 1 no =3 i 1 PUJFd q UJ4 COP UJ ftodUJ 0 n UJ iri T k ir 8 7F i F 1hiIr7 i1 I have accepted tl agency for Richmond and M dnJiithe Great Atlantic Pacific Tea and Coffee Co nnd am now on the people as rapidly as possible If jou want the best Coffee Tea Baking Powder Spices or Ex and at the same time get useful and beautiful presents free Save your orders for guaran74Ziii Richmond Kentucky In jr Pcrc i T 41i1 g 7and1ca11in Itracts s tLowest RIV P F ADAIIIS JR IL iA Kyy f5 ftl t 71 7IF t 71 7f I T EIIURMAr v PQ + 1 has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skins old ironBones1oki Copper old Ijrass Rubber Shoes arid IJoots Zinc and airothorJnnk stock there isou earth When olher people can pay good prices Thnrmanlcsn pay better prieesjalways the hiflb bst Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market t8 will buy tern all the Hrae CALL AND GET OUR PRICES1 It JIJ Thu dan Grocery C 1 jMt i 0 f ijJ r1I 111 u TwLlroJThkkOTt ox aTmeT w 1 ci- y Ihue received a carload Cf the t and Timothy Seed that n oit found In the United StAtes Seed and Seed Oat areby none We have also Incar load of Northern White ti1f1 ll and examine our tock be 11 a purchale In this line as profitable to ouniline ot Groceries ex WfI Central Kentucky and our 1nJV as reawonable as can be fonud lJlGive us a can and letyou that we are your twJ1 EDEATHERAGECO usI b t rV tS f I Z lE CO The Dr A niw Cl tiling Deathtrflge The 4ee bt JLer I an H rro arl Wilson ince grain totwnin Wp for fb M3m fir Iijr ciiver IMI Ktuck iive c are The two r Main be wits rebuilt I is briinrof T wrs has tru America It l p in at iv Iar 3t frsE Tilt fiiMtx tiii wrk As soon a inliif city an unuRIIIlI tra ria In foilaya iLTiiinia fvii every BiM read of rfiitble i l rep n Teth ug biil c ts tiiveue Oi irante TIe Im d wi soon be Cn tel you he 1iana Vijif aii tar jlS tc thehac Te wont as h l pper l1t i ever Rr I nog sa Iut his fiiiidow of weather at a utitry ca Klllo Ir W in ialtli w in a few cae1 Co I Jlr The ladies wi give an log lur lI I men of Tli is is to not be trarted bv frb0lm Robert Mason have joined the I have Saldlery tock and 30 days 2Gfeb4t Mr J T hold on High Rood crowd thing was the The on Eaet again and blown out been closed not be place to pl 0 Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf See saddlery harnesnand farmers youbuystreet 2Cteb4t Wanted From Tailor or Mantuamaker buttonholes to work Will work them for 10 cents per dozen Address M U W Richmond Ky 26feb2t Well Attended Although Friday night was the worst of the season a good crowd was out to hear Col Youngs lecturn Ken tuckys Contribution to Confederate Fame For Sale Pure bred Plymoih Rock eggs for setting purposes All eggs are selected and carefully packed before shipping 76 cents per setting of 15 eggs mch5 4t D A McConD To Open Again Miller Bros have disposed ofall their old stock of groceries which was recently damaged bv fire and the work men are now at work repairing the building A new stock of goods will be put in within the next ten days Lost On Monday somewhere between Richmond and Million a surgical caso containing about S200 worth of instru paidlforfeb12 tf Dn J W HARIUS Horsemen The attention of the farmers is call hetterithan in any office in Central Kentucky When you need horse and jack cards dont fail to call on the CLIMAX for prices The Infirmary Dicsa The ladles of the Pattie A Clay In firmary servO dinner Monday in the vacant store room in the Garnett House Although the crowd in town was not large the dinner was well pat ronized and the ladies were kept busy for several hours Court Day A fairly good sized crowd was in town Monday and business in all lines was very good There was a number of mules and horses on the mariet some of which sold very well Tho stockyards reported about 000 head of cat tie Prices ranged from 31 to 5Jc Going to Jie Country Mr J W Hicks of this city has rented a part of the Jones fruit farm near Combs and will shortly move his family out there Mr Hicks has been the local agent for the Sun Life Insur ance Company for several years which position he will continue to hold Saddlery Harnesc and farmeas sup plies at J T Moberleys at a reduction for 30 days McClintocks ptaml on Main street 2Geb4t Granted the Franchise The Garrard Fiscal Court huts granted the Bluegrass Traction Co a frau chits to build an electric road from Lancaster totheJessamluecounty line They ask that the road be built at once The Lancaster people are very enthusiastic about i A New Paper The Olive Hill Dispatch is the name of the latest entry in the newspaper field It Is published every Thursday by H T Graham at Olive HIP the metrol Ifs of the proposed county of Beckham The Dispatch is neat and attractive in appearance and will doubt less make a success in the new field The best grades of Jelllco and Brush Creek coals grain feed seed corn and cement feb193m Letcher Sr Wilt Spring Ocanlnr The city began the usual spring cleaning last week andeach day the streets are becoming more attractive A large force was put out with scrapers and shovels and several tone of mud ice and ashes have been removed The CourtHouse yard has also received its share of scraping and now wo have aI fairly respectable town Cud of Thanks I wish to express to the people of Richmond and Madison county my grateful appreciation of their hearty good will and cheerful cooperation attested by the Benefit of February 20 That I may be worthy of your very kindly Interest and confidence through all the years to come is my earnest hope and desire Gratefully yours MiNniE DYKES Fashionable Dreumasf Ladies wishing a stylish costume for eprin should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postofflce Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinuVof sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailortnada suit Her work lsfsnre to ploaw and her terms are reawnable BeDiQmberMifS old will be found In the Hobo b1ulUmeb tf II v Dentistfice Of July iVtf Somethiaf New In Wall Paper Wilkes P Baxter has Joined the forbuslneaadays CLIMAX appears his new adver tisement Mr Baxter has a wide experience in his business and his crew of skilled workmen are kept pretty busy all the year around See what he has to say Uncle Arch Dead Uncle Arch Evans one of the best known and most highly respected ne groes of the county died at his home near town last Thursday morning Uncle Arch was about seventyfive years of age lIe declared himself a Democrat at the close of the war and stuck to his party through alt times of defeat and victory DurlngCIevelands administration held the office of jan itor at the Custom House Ho was a good citizen and will be greatly missed A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days auc tlon sale in th jewelry line and have disposed of all uiy Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of watch 3 dinraouuD and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to al ready large stock I have beealne ac customed to giving goods away at half prices anti it is now no hardship to mo tosell you any thing in my line twenty per cent less than you will be able to get tim same any place in the United States Respectfully 3m D P Armor Long Mall Route A petition iTs being circulated fur long mail delivery route extending from Logana Jessamine county to Silver Creek The proposed mute is to start from Lognna on the L A go jug by way of Idalia postofllco and crossing the river at Hunters Kerry thence up loosey Ridge to Kirkfiville ami Silver Creek The only obstacle that stands in the way of getting the route is in crossing the river at Hun ters Ferry Iraeascd Popularity That the CLIMAX has been growing year by vear in popularity for the last five years was demonstrated on Monday County Court day when we received more new subscribers than in anyone day since July 1 1890 and a large number of those in arrears called in our olllce and had their paper re newed Time CLIMAX which justly claims the largest circulation of any paper in Richmond has added more than two hundred new subscribers since January 1 1002 and it is our intention by the aid of our combination offers which are the greatest ever oft eyed by a county newspaper to have a circulation of 2500 or 3000 before July 1 of this year Revenue Assignments The following Madison county men have been assigned to duty for the mouth of March STOHEKEEIEK ClAUaEKS- M H Wiiliaiiis atJ P Ripys m Anderson county T C Adams at WIi Joy Searcys in Anderson STOREKR PEltS T P Dudley and J G Sebastian at Burnam Bennett CosJ W Lewis at E J Curleys and J T Shackelford and Henderson Wheeler lit W S Hume Cos OAUOErs R J McKee at Burnara Bennett Coe R G Parrish at Cedar Brook Anderson county J II Farris at W S Hume Cos A Trip Through Europe Rev J L Slegle of Ohio will give a stereopticon entertainment at the tee ond Presbyterian Church tonight There will be represented in a vivid manner scenes of personal travel from present day life of the world Leav lug New York across the fea to Naples Vesuvius Pompeii Rome Venice Milan Switzerland the Alps and down the Rhine to Cologne Brussels Wa terloo Pans and London These are not imitation painted views but real pictures takes with the camera and projected on n screen by the aid of the new bright light A small admission will be charged Dr Hobsou dentist next loom to Government building- tf Richmond Ky Shooting at Ford Buford Horn who lives in Madison county near the mouth of Four Mile was arrested Sunday night oi a charge of shooting and wounding Uoger King taken to Ford and later lodged in jail here Horn while on the road near the home of George iewell about midnight Sunday began yelling which awakened the Sewell family several of whom went to the window to ascertain the cause of the disturbance Hunt fired hit pistol The bullet took effect in young King who was spending the night at the Sewell home Time ball however ranged around tho body inflicting only a slight wound Horn claims he was shooting nt a dog Winchester Sun Want the Confederate Home Eight Kentucky towns want the proposed Confederate Home The bill providing for the Home is expected to pass the Legislature within a few days and then representatives of Versailles Fraukfort Nicholasville Lexington Owensboro Bowling Green uild Glasgow will be on hands with bidti and all sorts of arguments show just why the Home should be established at this and that place The building Is to cost at least 35000 It is planned to get a finn site on good high healthy ground and the town which offers the best eito must be prepared to hear part of the expense In case good ground is donated a smaller sum of money will be necessary Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased palrbuage in both during the present year that It has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on flIts ininating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price offgas from S200 to S175- BSTBut notice Is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each mouth at the office or who is indebted to tho company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LtGJlT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4tf It you are going Jo ieed any fifeld seeds It will pay you to wail tlieadre thjement of EDeatberageCo 1 Moved to Town Dr Silas Johnson who has lived at Panola for several years has moved his family to town And in the future will practice his profession here He has rented one of WG Powells new cottages on North street WANTED I Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office wo wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good opening for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing The A T NORms WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps inch5fit I Cut Out The consolidated Railway Co has cut Versailles out of its system on account of a few minor conditions which the City Council imposed on the company It is probably the beat thing that ever happened for the town as Versailles is already too close to Lexington for business Conatv Court A number of wills were admitted to probate in the County Couit Monday Among which were those of Ed Rose WC Jones Rev Fred Grider Pauline Walker Tabitha P Simmons and Mrs M L Wanlroper The lust uameJ was probated in Oklahoma and ordered to be recorded in this court Examination of Carriers Mr H G Rising special agent of the Postoflice Department will be in this city next week to conduct the examination for rural mall carriers The examination will be held at the Cue tom House Thursday So far there have been ten applications for the pro posedjroutes Jim Sowers Prescription Jainns L Sower of the Valley View Argent sass Not having a licensed saloon in our town the following prescription if properly filled and taken according to directions will knock tho grip measles smallpox corns bunions earache toothache backache and all kindred affections higher than Gilderoys kite One pint of whisky into which dissolve two ounces of sugar to this add a tea spoonful of water and another pint of whisky and then place over a hot fire and boll long enough to boil the water out then stir in a little more whisky to cool and gulp down No charge for the foregoing information- No Bill Introduced A number ot citizens from Union City got up a petition a few days ago asking for time establishment of a whip ping post The petition was forwarded to lion Chas L Searcy who present edit to the House The impression has gone abroad that Mr Searcy had introduced the petition in the form of a bill which is a mistake He has never expressed himself as favoring the measure and no bill has been framed to that effect nor is it likely that there will be Mr Searcy feels that he has been unjustly critised for acting without authority when in fact ho was doing his duty by his constitu outs in offering a formal petition that had been forwarded him Col China and His Dogs Col J P Chinus fox hounds did considerable damage to tIme widow Voris sheep a few nights ago says the Harrodsburg correspondent of the Dan ville Advocate but the Colonel paid her twice the amount of damage and slaughtered the seven young dogs that had cost him over 100 Last summer Mr Cliinns dogs got into a flock of sheep and killed a number of them Three days afterward the sheep raiser stopped at the Cliiim farm house and in a chat mentioned the damage done his flock and that he was out looking for the dogs Dont go any further my dogs must have done it for they came home with wool in their teeth said the Colonel as he pulled out his roll and paid him a dollar more on the head than he asked Colonel Chinu favors a stringent dog law Recital at Madison Institute On tho evening of February 24 the Chapel of Madison Institute was again thrown open to the friends and patrons of the school A most interesting and entertaining program was rendered by the members of the music classes assisted bv Prof Joseph Mciler of Lex ington teacher of stringed instruments Every number on the program was rendered in an almost faultless manner and showed careful and painstak- Ing work on the part of teacher and pupils The perfect time kept by the piano pupils received words ot praise and commendation from many in the audience and the recital was pronounced the best ever given in the Institute Especial mention should be made of the violin solo by Miss Ray McGarvey The Holy City arranged by Miss McGarvey which showed unusual tal ent and skill in interpreting violin mu sic The duet by Prof Meller and Miss McGarvey Was greatly enjoyed by the audience as was also time violin and cornet duct the cornet being played by Master Earl McGarvey This selec tion was composed by W J Meiler of Dayton Ohio nephew of Prof Mel ler Miss Winns two songs were also much enjoyed Time many friends of Madison Institute will look forward with pleasure to the next recital given by the music classes Birthday Celebration It has been a custom for JM Cov ington near Ianola this count to celebrate the anniversary of his birth especially eilice he entered his eighti eth year HU birthday occurs the fourteenth of February On the fourteenth therefore there was tho usual gather ing at the old homestead of children and grandchildren neighbors and frienda around the festal hoard load ed down with good things prepared by his daughter Miss Nannie and daughterinlaw Mrs Milton Coving ton Among the guests and occupy ing time chief position of honor at the tabb was the Hon A T Chenanlt a life long frieud of the Covingtons fam ily Being thus gathered at the table Mr Chenatilt made a brief appropriate and pathetic address calling attention to the lift of puiity sobriety honesty and truthfulness lived by Mr Coving ton and that he thus brings the fam ily name to his eightysixth anniversa ry unsullied and untarnished stand ing ready to bequeath to children and grand children the priceless heritage of a spotless character and nn unblemished lift Silver aiid gold he may not bequeath to bis posterity in vast quan tities but he Will eave that which is of infinitely more value an honored name As Mr Chenault spoke thus there was deep feeling and tears man Ue ted its depth on the part of many and a fervent prayer seemed to swell up from the hearts of tho assembled guests that the honored octogenarian might live long to celebrate many nioro birthdays What an awful change it tntm to for time Ice man wh u he dies PERSONAL Mr ClarencoE Woods was in Frank fort last week Mrs D H Myers visited relatives in Lexington last eekI Col Joe Willis of Crab Orchard was a court day visitor here Mr W A Langford is out again af ter a three weeks illness of fever Rev JF Sclegle of Waverley Ohio is the gUst of Rev W A Elsenhart Mrs L P Evans Is visiting Mrs Nelson Prewitt Gay III Clark county Mr Branham Beasley of Lancaster was the guest of friends here last week Miss Sue Hume has returned from a visit to Miss Elizabeth Robinson in Winchester Mrs E Tutt Bnrnnm was in Versailles last week the guest of Miss Annie Wallace Mrs L J Frazee and little daughter Hettie Martin are visiting relatives In Lexington Hon C L Searcy came up from Frankfort Saturday to spend a few days at home Mrs M A Elder of Lake Village Arkansas is visiting her sons E V and F S Elder Mr and Mrs Z TV Rice returned from Cincinnati Saturday and are now at the Glyndon Mr E V Elder has returned from a purchasing trip to New York and other Eastern cities Miss Ethel Garner has returned to her home in Winchester after a visit to Mrs B W Turner Mr J T Bopgs was tthought to be resting a little better yesterday after noon than for several days Mrs Hugh Colyer returned Wed nesday from a months visit to rela tires in PlatteGity Missouri Mr and Mrs J Wade Walker of Garrard county have been visiting relative in the city several days Mrs W T Tevis returned to her home at Silver Creek after spending a week with friends in Cincinnati Miss Anna Engle returned yesterday Irons a two weeks visit at Misses Cor nelia and Catherine Rice near Speed well Mr Fred L Gnnstead who is now in the Adams Express olllce at Lexing ton was the guest of friends here last Thursday hiss Martha Smith of Richmond arrived Monday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Jesse Walden on Otter Addi tion Danville News Miss Minnie Dykes Miss Nell Winn and Mrs George Prewitt spent several days with Mrs William Oldham in Lexington last week Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles and Mr Burch McGinn of Butte Mon tana visited Mrs John R Pates and Mrs Grant E Lilly last week Mr Edgar S Albright the talented and popular editor of the Mt Vernon Signal paid this office a pleasant call while in this city Monday Mr Charlie Chatham was in Danville Saturday He will soon become a member of the C U ball team and will also take a course in lawHarrods burg Democrat lion Lillard Carter of Lawrence burg candidate for Congress in the eight district was winning friends here Court Day While in the city he called on the CLIMAX J J Brooks of Crab Orchard was here Monday and made G W Stroth er assignee an offer for the Hisle Cantlea stock of drugs notions etc but no sale has yet been madeWin chester Sun Dr Lea W Tindolph a graduate of the American school of Osteopathy at Kirksville Mo has arrived to make his home in this city He is a pleas ant gentleman and has already made a number of friends Dr Tindolph is stopping at Mrs Millers Mrs George Land gave a progressive euchre party Friday afternoon at her home on Park avenue for the Wood land Social Club Her visitor Miss Mollie Fife of Richmond Ky was the truest of honor and was very attract- Ive in a beautiful gown ot white silk with lace overdress Lexington Leader Sundays Lexington Leader says Miss Minnie Dvkes of Richmond Ky will sing at Central Christian church this morning and also at evening ser vice Her selection for the morning will be The Choir Invisible the beautiful new song by Hamilton Giav Besides Miss Dykes solo there will be music by the full choir with Mrs John C Taylor as organist The Carlisle Mercury say The reception and dance given by Mr and Mrs John D Allen in honor of Mrs Frank Conglelon Taylor last Thursday afternoon and evening were two oi the most delightful entertainments ever given in Carlisle Mrs J D Al len Mrs F C Taylor Mrs J W Zar ing Mrs SV Keller Mrs W H Harris Miss Garner of Winchester and Mrs Rose Allen were in the receiving line About sixty enjoyed the afternoon reception The house was decorated in patriotic colors and the pictures of George and Martini Washington over one hundred years old were draped in United States flags Punch was served in the front parlor and a three course lunch in the dining room The tea table was charmingly arranged with a design of carnations and amilax in the centre with red ribbon extend ing to the four sides with a large bow The color scheme woe carried through out the lunch RELIGIOUS The salary of the Rev James Tyler pastor of the Westminister Presbyterian church hiss been raised 300 a year Within tho past fourteen months the church hums completely wiped out a large floating debt and reduced its bonded debt over 82000 and is now organizing a movement with a view to clear itself of all IndobtednessT- imesMATRIMONIAL DnxsGitsTBy Butler Dunn and Miss Mary Gentry both of this county were married last Tuesday- McLEANKELLEYDlmiel McLean of Battle Creek Mich and Miss Ella Kelley of Combs this county were married Wednesday morninp at Perry Thomas drug stOte Rev Hugh SIcLellan officiate- d8tunwcltCALERTRnssell Spur lock and Miss Emma Calvert both of Valley View were married at the res idence of the brides parents Saturday HiLfcDoziER John M Hill and Miss Sarah DozIer will be married at the brides home at Valley View toda- yLaaoxPaizJnke Lawson of Lo well Garrard county and Miss Sarah Peel of Kirksvllle will be tainted at the MtW pldttomorrow l CoVEt BANKS Clothing Shoes Hats and lents Furnishings OF ALL KINDS It has always been the steadfast purpose of this firm to raise the standard of their merchandise rather than to dealin Shoddy for the sake of mere smallness in price And each season has found them to a con increasing number of customers stronger and better values than ever before This policy has pushed them to the very Front Rank of Mens OutfittersJ thefutureTheir Assortment the Largest Their Standards the Highest Acknowleged Their Prices The Lowest Iti fWhen in need of anything worn by Man or Boy youll likely find exactly what you want in the large stock kept by l t1 COVINGTON tr H PIOGWELLS Mr J H PigR and Miss Pearl Wells both of French Lick Springs Indiana were married at time residence of tIme brides father on Feb rifary 2G Mr Pips is a son of Irand Mrs M V Pijtg formerly of this comma nnd1OlasWells owner and proprietor of the French Lick Springs and the richest man in Orange county Indiana Time CLIMAX joins with many relatives and friends n Madison county in extending Mr Z T Rice and Miss Amy Davidson were married last Thursday morning at the brides home near Lancaster Time announcement of evenJtoyoung people The only attendants were Miss Alberta Anderson of Lan caster and Mr A Burton Farris of this city Rev Hugh McLelian officiated Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Rice left to spend a few days in Cincinnati They returned to this city Saturday evening and are now at home at the Glyndon The bride is one of Garrards most popular young ladies and the Richmond people should count themselves fortunatd to have her here She has been a frequent visitor here and las made scores of friends who now extend her a cordial welcome Mr Rice who has long been recogniz ed as one of our leading business men is to be congratulated on securing such a prize BIRTHS To the wife of T J Smith a fine boy on Saturday March 1902 To the wife of U W Turpin of Red House Wednesday February 20 a boy DEATHS HzsLEv3Ird Wesley Hensley died at her house near Brassfield Sat urday aged 72 The remains were in terred at the Simmons Burying ground WHITE David White aged 20 died at the home of his father Richard White at Panda Friday after a ew weeks illness of consumption The burial took place Saturday at Red Hill near Panola Until recently the young man hind been employed in an iron foundry in Ohio but had to come home on account of his health DouamAsMr George L Douglas one of the best known young men in Central Kentucky led at lime home at Fort Spring Fayette county last Friday Ho was a son of the late Rev Rutherford Douglas the distinguished Presbyterian minister ills wife Mrs Anna Douglas his mother and two brothers Rev R E Douglas of Geor gia and Mr F B Douglas of New York surviye him ROBERTS Roy B Roberts only son of Dr and Mrs Phil Roberts diedat his home in this city last Friday morn ing aged twentysix years He had been in ill health for more than a year and had steadily grown worse The burial took place Saturday in the Richmond Cemetery Roy Roberts was born near Silver Creek but lived in this city since ho wits eight years old He was a popular boy and had scores of friends who sympathize with his parents and sister in their sorrow DOUGLAS Squire J N Douglas died at his home near Valley View last Tuesday nicht after a short illneus of pneumonia Squire Douglas was a native of Madison county andwas six tyeight years of age One brother Mr Alford Douglas of this city a wife and seven children survive him Squire Douglas although a verv quiet and uu assuming manswas well known throughout the county and was looKed upon by all as true and upright Chris mum gentleman Ho was a membjrof the Fiscal Cconrt for a number of years repretenting the EIJi ton district In his death his community and the coun ty suffer an irreparable loss UnEKXtMra Mary E Green dlijd at her home near Silver Creek Thursday night after an illnesa of several months aged 65 years Belonging to one of the most prominent families in the county Mrs Green heM a high place In the estimation ofher fri nd8 and neighbors She was a loving mother a kind neighbor and a sympathetic friend It has beets said her that no stranger or wanderer was ever turned from her door and whet ever help was needed in her community she was ready to offer her services She had been for a number of years a mom berof the Presbyterian church Mrs Green was twice married tier first has banB being S A Campbell She leaves two children Mr RD Campbell and Mrs Crooke to whom the CuMAtt extends sympathy in this hour of jheir sorrow The funeral was conductljd at the home by Rev Hecvey McDowell Saturday morning after RlchtlloUdclmolery The win t3O 1I0 oc just and jaujWt the jBtteralwnVi bas tbQu btoinaq It U J4e 4lfficBlt tp i Mi i arlw M yOhv no ax to irtfid flollEver BANKS I f N ELDFRSL OF1ftI1WE HAVE RECEIVED OUR SPRING STOCK Carpets M tZI Rugs Which is peed for inspection at prices that defy competition 1 7You are invited to come and same 1r ofJ i r IWe nicelydecorated Jardinieres which we offer at about onethird less than it LOSt to make them23 29 33 30 and 45c Dont wait it wont last long Cant any Iri more ANOTHER LOT OF 1 6f yard pieces now on sale you will save money about regular price Dont fail to over them India Linens t Si 10 12i 15 and 20c Dont fail to see our new Percales and j tMadras Cloth for Shirt Waists r Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade DO YOU WANT To sell your REA IESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with the particulars as I may be able help you Address JlILock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec1y The poker player who receives cards off the top of the deck gets the upper hand One Box Cures Eczema I had n very severe case of eczema anti tried several remedies given me by diflerent druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eymann tee ommended your Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by B Middleton 5lunely What a different world this would be if the voice of conscience used a jmegaphone SOMETHING NEW They cure dandruff hair Jailing need ache etc Collie time pcmue sn Y comb Dr Whites KlfciTin i is The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been introduced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb doe the rest This wonderful comb simply unbreakable and made so that it absolutely impossible to break orcut the hair Sold on a writ ten guarantee give perfect satisfac ion in respect Send stamps for one Ladies size SOc Gents size 35c Live men and women wanted every where introduce this article Sells sight Agents are wild with success Seer wanted notice in this paper Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr passICures Eczema and Itching humors Through Time Ulooil Cost XolhinK to Try it U Botanic Blood Balm isiiow iecognizet sea certain and sure cure fur Eczema itching skin bummers scabs scales watery blisters achilig bonns Joints boile fcnrbllu des prickling pain in the skin old etting sores ulcers etc Botanic mood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing time blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin Blood Balm tho only euro tostay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Other remedies may relieve but B It actualU cures heals every sore and gives time rich glow of health to the skin B Bbnilds up the brokon down bodv and inakos time ood rett and nourishing Over S000voluntaryte- stinwmuials of cures by Botanic Blood hahn B DrugRistsSlt Trial ft1wrltlRflBloodBRlm trouble antl free medfcftt advice giveN untU cured 2 Even cold cash he apt tdWrniilialK Jn time pckett 0 l T- Are the Leaders in 4 selling i1j rTl e JUST get 5Sil 4kJ t l J 1te inspect r rt f r 0HWe are showing the prettiestline o- fSHOESI 11 II lShoes11Mens Shoes SI 4 Ladies Slices The toifII if1f Remnant Embroideriesi l t 4 and Iii Jook 5 G to N L is is is to to on B B or is B B B B to willbeIn Clothing will say we have the best stock we have ever jshown and at prices to suit you 5000 yards of Gingham worth 80 at 5c tiSheetidat 25e to 250 J BeV ELDERp ff0Zhl fi ll l eI ti f f From an Investtntnt Standpoint = I o ect E vt Life Insurance is becoming more antI more 4S OW popular every day One of the best propo Jpsitions of this kind is the Three Per Cent Endowment Bond of thepYcLe taSsa eO OF KENTUCKY SLookiumtu it Call or write for detail in formation with guaranteed results on your tcMe tt5I9 JL CBECKtJRt jr SPECIAL AGENT State Hank Trust Richmondco Building Ky oo NEW STOREO + Let us supply your wants and needs in the GROCERY LNEOur goods are fresh having recently1 embarked in this business with an entJir now stock PRICES THE GHEAP ESTjGoods the B weightsalwayscorreet Our business requiredSoto tiall and examine our line before purchasing elsewhere We also pay hIghest market price for Ducks Ttlr1ces and all Country Produce including beef hides When in need ofariything fqi the call up 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the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on It First dose relieves Adiet unnecessary Cures aS3 stomach troubles Prepared only by E O I pWiTT Co Chicago The U bottlo coua1ns UinestLeSOc size For tale by IVrry Thomas 1iy so Chocolates IFi Cocoa Chocolates considered the best IIby a fastidious public fel higher in price lower than some Why not HSC file be5t ltf ORGCK3 EVERYWHtnL Ccas are good a are Pittsbrg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa R R R 3 Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers e Yards have ben nuIlLrI nnii rearranged It is tufe nearest point to the Extern market Best distributing point Iatof the Mississippi for Washing Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in for export cattle anti all other kinds of stock- CODlIjnllltnts fer Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day- Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr ISdeclv r l Free Picture o Geno Lee 1Robertframing if he will send us his name and cddrcss and the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs rJ Tonr best route to Dallas will bo via Memphis Tno Cotton cItOjCrltcsltaoTtllrllltoeaebd01yfrom Ienpbi to Jtallas and other Texas cities without Mcmphic morning and cynFcltarlertbcl1rrIVIII of trains via all lines tons oCcrlns you close connections and cxceflcntsarviceS ALt 8 rA OE SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and TreasJ tJ ManagerCSiialy Co J IncorporatedS fOffers you The best INVESTMENT CONTRAC- TSr the Market2fM55 j6 J the rMos Money Scftt it is BEST because A there is no high ratio 3 f for 1 business on our Books SSJ i It req tires LESS money to com t J Ap1ete an Investment in The Jeff r i3J4 son than in any other Company f t 4 + 1 1 virI1yL0 J0 A trlU will prove the wisdom of an Investment In ThfJkSenon v a i11 t MclIOME OFJ8ICEi No 22 N Upper St LEX1NTON Ihl 3Ci 1Ii j Y CAME TO A CLOSE The State Y M C A Meeting Ended With a Union Service Paducah Ky Feb 24ThlStato Young Mens Christian association was brought to a close Sunday night With a union service in the Kentucky theater presided over by State Secretary H E Roseyear The closing scene was Impressive Vie delegates formed a circle around the Interior of the opera lious and sang Blessed Be the Tie That Binds and the second best conk ventfon the association has ever held was a thing of the past The mens a meeting at the opera house Sunday afternoon was a marked success W E Blederwolf of Indiana spoke entertainingly on The White Life The womens meeting was talk RobertIWledsnUP C Nunnemacher of Louisville Tho boys meeting was addressed by W B Abbott of Nashville and Dr J C Fisher of Cincinnati AH the local pulpits Sunday morning were filled by prominent delegates During the con vention about 2900 was raised for tho stato work this yearISENTENCED FOR ARSON Jail Guarded to Prevent a Mob From Lynching the FirebugitI nussellville Ky Simmons and John McKlssIck were sentenced to serve each six years In tho penitentiary for arson They will be tried Wednesday for housebreak- Ing and robbery The authorities say they belong to the gang of Negroes that robbed and set fire to the houso of and Smith at Adalrvnte n1Tthem and the jail is being guarded to avert ItIFrankfort Ky Feb 25 Represen tatlves of the leading life Insurance companies of the United States aro here to urge the general assembly to strike from the new revenue bill drafted by a legislative committee a sectionS providing for state county and city taxation on life Insurance pol ides having a cash surrender value They claim that the scheme Is Impracticable Moonchiner Found Dead Owensville Ky Feb 20 Domzit Owen was found dead on his shanty boat which was moored on the op posite shore from LIvermore on Green river Through his head was found a bullet hole and the scalp was badly bruised The dead man was 58 years of age and had been running a blind tiger along the river for some time Ho was closely related to Circuit Judge Owen of this city- Question of Jurisdiction Frankfort Ky Feb 25H Y Hughes of Tazwell Tenn attorney for Lee Turner arrived here Monday to urge Oov Beckham not to Issue the requisition for Turner He says the famous quarter house is in Ten nessee and not In Kentucky and that Cecil was killed In that state and not In Kentucky The governor took tho matter under advisement Company Must Pay Loxington Ky Fob 25J N Cam don jr tho noted breeder of thor oughbreds of Woodford county who recently lost by death the 10000 stal lion Tarbolton Intends to make the steamship company pay him for tho loss of the horse The horse was in jured while crossing the Atlantic ands on after his arrival blood poisoning developed causing his death Sudden Death Louisville Ky Fob 25The sud den death of Mrs Hellman the 3 months bride of Plumber Henry Hell man Is creating much comment here She was found In her room on the floor unconscious by her brother and the attending physicians are said to have treated her for chloroform and acid poisoning Dave Sullivan Will Marry Louisville Ky Feb 24 Shortly after being defeated by Terry MnOov ern Dave Sullivan announced that ho had won one victory In Louisville Tho victory which he referred to was win ning the heart of Miss Maggie Don nelly a pretty blondo IrishAmerican society belle of this city Fell Sixty Feet Covlngton Ky Feb 26 Joseph Bennison a carpenter living at Mil wood Ky was brought to St Eliza beths hospital Covlngton Tuesday night in a dangerous condition as a result of Injuries received by a fall at Millwood Ho was working on the Quick distillery and fell 60 feet IAttell Is Willing Feb 25Abe Attell agreed Monday night to fight before the Southern Athletic club at Louisville during Derby week Terry McGov crn or Young Corbctt If cither one will cover his forfeit first come first servedSSite About Selected Louisville Ky Feb 25George Tc beau of the now Louisville baseball club has not yet closed a contract for a park site but It ran be regarded as settled that the grounds at Fourth end L streets will be taken Bought By Moreland Lexington Ky Fob 25It was announced that Neva Simmons 2 11V4 the famous trotting marc knocked down at the recent said to Mike Bower man for 13200 was really bought by Sam Moreland of Covington and Tom Price the trainer of this city I GOOD LiVltiS Quite often results in bad health because usulllythereference to the nutrition of the body When the good liver is a business man and rises from a full uieal to plunge at once wor requiring mental effort the result is almost sure to be disastrous because digestion draws upon the came nervous forcesh which are em P thoughtIn ach becomes diseased the cesses of digestion and nutritioillirei- mperfectly per there isn physical bre31cd wn Dr PiercesGolden Medical Discovery cures of the stomach and other oraus of digestion and nutrition It eliminates the effete poiccmoaa matter which originates in the systeaas a con givessound tkrceaCodraof6butuwrtatomachtrO1cRneptcnibcr ITCW Rn 10cplImbcrsod ln It chort time 1 ooald tot and wottc have faintd tistnty found jittva aunJit Sfmeedcalc4tapseexpofLliicgiy21 stamps or Io is tecLathbourdf ILii 1 I v NO END OF BILLS Rush ContinuesWith Legislature Only Two Weeks to Run Frankfort Feb 20SenateB1I1s passed Providing for electing rail road commissioners by vote of the state at large authorizing county fis cal courts to contract with hospitals or establish hospitals for the sick poor to give the various counties the right to sue In the name of the county for taxes due said county Bills Introduced To regulate the manner of fixing the franchise value of telephone street railway and similar corporations In cities of first and second class to repeal parts of the lynch law House BIHs passed Senate hill which gives the sinking fund trustees Instead of the judges of the court of appeals theTIght to elect the custo dian of public buildings increasing the salary pf the governors secretary to 1800 per year and allowing him a stenographer tobc paid 900 per year providing that the name of Jacob War rick shall be placed on the soldiers monument in Frankfort cemetery The bill changing Latonia from the sixth to the fifth class of cities was advanced to its second reading Frankfort Feb 21SenateThe bill to Increase pay of penitentiary guards from JCO to 75 per month came up as a special order and was defeated by a vote of 10 to 21 The bill to prevent stock from running at large on macadamized fenced roads was pass upIto suspend the rules and allow the committee to report The motion was allowIto report the local option bill hut It lIfoInsurancetucky more latitude was passed BDrownobjectionThe ofGenpermitting seining In streams on the providingforfor county clerks were among the substituteforrates providing that the matter of reg ulation shall be In the hands of the railroad commissioners was favorably reported and ordered printed Frankfort Feb 22 Twothirds of the members of the legislature left on a special train Friday afternoon to be the guests of the Louisville board of trade at a banquet Friday night in hon or of Washington birthday The re maining members left by special train Saturday morning to attend the to bacco fair at Maysville Despite tho fact that only 20 days remain of the session and that enough business Is now before the assembly to occupy about twice that length of time the members of the house continue to offer new bills which have no hope of reach ing a final vote Twenty bills were In troduced Friday democraticleadersfused to go into joint caucus with the house members for the consideration of the committee report on legislative congressional and Judicial redistrict McNuttbill oflifetic companies and increasing from two to five years the time of cash surrender values in industrial Insurance was adopted The Cox St Louis fair appro priation bill appropriating J100000 was made a special order for Wednes permitfirthclasstions for city officers was adopted Tho prQvldInglic library In the cities of the second class It Is to enable the city of Lex ington to take advantage of an offer by Mr Andrew Carnegie to give 000 for a free library By consent the house took up the Colsom bill for the protection of ginseng farmers of Eastern Kentucky and owners of orchards and game preserves making It a tel ony to enter a farm inclosed by a sev enfoot fence The bill was adopted Frankfort Ky Feb 2With only a little more than two weeks of the legislative session remaining new bills are being offered to the already overcrowded branches Sixteen were offered In the lower house and five In the senate Tuesday The bill offered by Adams to allow sixthclass cities to adopt the tenyear plan for street Improvements was adopted by a vote of 59 to 3 in the house The senate by unanimous vote adopted the By ron antitrust bill It Is a copy of the Texas law which has been upheld by the United States supreme court The Byron bill providing for advertising in newspapers all sales of property of the value of 100 or over under judg ment of court was adopted The Al len bill authorizing the consolidation of local with foreign railroad corpora tions the foreign corporation to become a local corporation was adopted unanimously Kentucky at the Exposition Frankfort Ky Feb 2GIt IB gener ally believed that a substantial appropriation will be made for a Kentucky exhibit at the St Louis exposition next year Funeral of George R Forsyth Lexington Ky Feb 24Tho fu neral of George R Forsyth aged 79 who died of heart failure late Satur day afternoon will take place Monday afternoon Mr Forsyth had been a resident of Lexington for the last ten years Aged Pioneer Dead Covlngton Ky Fell 24Thomas Windram one of the oldest residents of Campbell county died at his home in Cold Spring Sunday morning at 930 oclock of heart disease at the age of 89 years 7 months and 18 days Six Days Walking Contest Louisville Ky Feb 24A six day walking contest was started here Sun day night the contestants being of the feminine sex The contest will be for a purse of 5000 and Is being con ducted under the auspices of the West End Athletic club Mr Ceo Asbbaugh of Mellwood called at the Record and Rave the fol lowing account ofa Bullitt county steer owned by a Bullitt county farmer The steer was fed 800 bushels of corn at fifty cents per bushel fifty acres of sorghum at 10 per acre besides pumpkins and otber food When the steer was sold he weighed 800 pounds Nelson Record It J Nallia brought to town the bile of a varmint which could not exactly be named Some said it was a double size house cat some called it a cata- mount Borne said it was n wild cat and others thought it might be a catonine tails It was black with white spots twice as large san ordinary cat atul Jumped Jrom tree to tree with a Liowi that wokelhe natives Mr Owen Petty said it looked like all the catamounts he had ever killed Larno County Her aidSLawrenceburg is making a tremen dons effort to secure an appropriation for a government building Tim most important steps yet taken in the prem fEes according to the News is scour log 24 quarts of the best Old Bourbon from the various distilleries to send to the committee to aid them In arriving at a favorable coiiclusiouBIue Grass ClipperS Only a fool man believes that a tvomaDTbelieves everything he tells her A smalboywithanarmrUJ of BBOWV balls can make astronman tremble Whennjnanjsloot gpesjualeep at the opera he Nuxtllyi uo1 for lnttslc L C SHOWS MARKED IMPETUS Som Fact Itrardlni Direct Trade Miclatloni llelwccii United State and Southern Frnoce One of the features of the year 1901 in connection with the importation of manufactures from the Unit d States to southern France has been that for the first time in the history of the trade tliroet importations have oc curred from the manufacturers to the docks nt Xke Interested parties hull for some time been Indicating that a marked impetus would be given to the trade bythU means It vas pointed out that the irrograplilial position of Nice was suoft that tilt harbor need not depend upon the distributive cell ters as was heretofore the ease nor submit to the inrrcnMd cost roused by long railroad journey to tin very eon tiderible profit of tile middlemen Di reel importation was noted of small niielilnery job auil newspaper print- Ing presses paperouttinfir machines patent clasp invelnps tine emboss ing card work and paper and orders ore now on the way for a number of other mnhiirneliires TIle result will be that Hie list of United States arti cles figuring in the tustom house returns as importntlonswill IV is esti mated be doubled if nut trebled in 1002 The final results of the inaugu ration of this direct trade can hardly be realised yet as tle saving must cer- lainly amount tit nl less than 33 per cent When It Is said that goods may lie carried by sen on through lulls of lading from New York HJ about 25 shillings per ton weight or measurement the source of great saving will readily lie perceived If the raving of commissions Zulu middlemens profits be added the enormous incentive to trade that will result can be readily understood Direct importation inaugurated by yome of the consular officers of the United States appears to tie the SVK leO of commercial expansion of the future SUES FOR CURIOUS FEE Mrnnce iunf h Unit Ylin Sln inrrnilril us n Mn ii Conie Ot Tlirpueli leenl Prnrretllne The story of the strange life of Miss Caroline Hall who died on the steamship City of Turin last fall while corning to America dressed as a mon to obtain money from her father Hall of 26 Center street nox lr1Mass has at last been made Miss Oiuseppinn Rorianl who came as the wife of the supposed man on the steamship and who went back to Milan Italy has returned to sue John Hai for 1000 for ten years salary as companion to Isis daughter ami for 200 loaned to the strange woman Miss Ilorianl is a handsome woman ts years old Slit she was under a salary of ttf a mlnih for ten years as Miss Ilnls companion but was never paid She states that Miss Hall was known as a woman when she entered her service but soon after abandoned skirts for trousers because she loved hunting and was hampered by skirts She frequently had men ns her guests on shooting trips said Miss Boriani andshe was the best hunts man of the set She lived tile life of a man about town in Milan and drank and smoked with men in cafes Her friends knew she was a woman but others did not HER DREAM BROUGHT LEGACY how SIrs friinlr Cannon Sronrril n iunll Sinn of Money Which had Hrrn Left In tier A dream was worth 530 to Mrs Jen nit Cannon a former resident of Sioux Falls S D hilt who now lives nt Min neapolis Mrs Cannon is the daugh ter of Aitstip Cnrson n farmer living in Minnehnha county S D Some years ago she loft home and was married and living in Duluth A couple of children were born and gradually she droppedoffall correspondence It was not lohjr before her relatives in South Dakota began to think she was dead In the meantime Ole Ostcnseii had lid leaving her a legacy Search was made for her by the administra IcIcess came Mrs Cannon dreamed that her father was sick unto death The dream was so vivid and impressed her to such an extent that she wrote him a letter of inquiry The answer toher letter was the news that she was entitled to a portion of the money left by Os tensen Mrs Cannon at once wint to Sioux Falls with her children and secured the money AVnntn to Apologize for 177O David Christie Murray the novelist and playwright has written a letter to the London Dally Chronicle with reference to the AngloAmerican committee which was Inaugurated under the presideney of the tfbke of Sutherland at Stafford house a couple of years ago to promote an entente cor diale but which has vince remained dormant anti Is now sending circulars to its members asking them Jo assist inI platform propaganda Mr Murray thinks that all impartial English men have torn century past regretted the blunder which led to the var He says Ve owe It to ourselves by all the mean open to a brave and honor able race to repair and atone for the folly of ancestors Tnllent GiantLose Feet Constantin said to be the tallest giant in the world eight feet three inches in heightwill never again be seen on the exhibition platform Owing to spontaneous decay of the flesh both of his feet were ampu tated the other day in one of the Orleans hospitals of Paris Con stantin was a great favorite with the dime museum public in America Possibilities of gnnius are few when compared with the impossibilities GovernmentWhitewash Slack onehalf bushel of unslacked lime with boiling tater keeping it covered during the process strain it and add a peck of ink dissolved in warm water three pounds of ground rice put in boiling water and boiled to a thin paste onehalf pound powdered Spanish whiting and one pound of clear glue dissolved in hot water mix these well together ard let the mixture stand for several days Keep the wash thus prepared in a kettle or portable furnace and when used put it on as hot as possible with a painters or whitewashed brush The gas bill way a llgln affliction but setting it receipted is a heavy one Scliley mid Santiago is admirably written the facts are vouched for by Admiral Sckloy the jllustrations of whfch there is a large number are wrought from instantarebus photo graphs taken by the author The story ot Santiago will always be interesting for Americans and it is written in this iiol Ir 1l who saw it from the ship iliai uar foremost In the fight by one whose Instinct training and pro fession had enlarged his powers of observation and developed his faculty for detail Mr Graham the author has given the world an intensely interesting historical narration The book ia worthy ot n place jn every Amerf can library Bihjfhaniplon Leader v t There are ee1fml 1 oqsgs well as- selfitGtmen i c CHANGE OF L6FEJ Some Sensible Advice to Women by Mrs E Sailer J President German Relief Association Los Angeles OaL Owing to modern methods of living not one woman In a thousand ap preaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms Those dreadful hot flashes sending the blood to the heart until It seems ready to burst and the faint feeling that follows sometimtswith chills as if the heart were going to stop for good are only a few of the symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble The nerves are out for assistance cry should be heeded in time Lydia E Plnkharns Vegetable Com pound was prepared to meet tho needs of womans system a this trying period of her life and all women who use it pass through trying period with comfort and safetyS MRS E SAILER DEAR Bins PINKIUSI When I passed through what is known as change of life I had two years suffering sudden heat and as would pass over me j my appetite was variable and I never could tell for a day at a time how I would feel the next day Five bottles of Lydia E Pinlcliams Vegetable Compound changed all that my days becamo days of health and I have enjoyed every day- sDce now six years Wo have used considerable of your Vegetable Compound in our charitable work as we find that to restore a poor mother to health so she can support herself and those dependent upon her if such there be is truer charity than to give other aid You have my hearty endorsement for you have proven yourself a true friend to suffering women Jlns E SAILER 73Gi Hill St Los Angeles Cal When one stops to think about the good Mrs Sailer derived from Mrs Pinkhams advice and medicine it seems almost beyond belief yet it is all true as stated in her letter published above at her own request No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement Refuse all substitutes As a matter of positive fact Mrs Pinkham has on file thousands of letters from Women who have been safely carried through that danger period Change of Life Mrs Sailers cure is not an unusual one for Mrs Pink hams medicine to accomplish No other person can give such helping advice to women who ore sick as can 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