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Itr T1113 RICHMOND CLIMAX IVOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 1902 rpd J Pr NUMBER 42IIPROFESSIONAL CARDS o W MILLER ATTORMBYATLAW KBCTOCKY the Burnam BufldLng next dortos- tmrN3tIOUI Bank feWly r1 SUJLJV rroKNKYvrLYw BUHMOND KENTUCKY 1t vtlr 4tt toItllk Trust Co op Slte nirt 1l0llh Mrtmtatr wt h = jj IJ MOIiKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RtCHMDKENTUCKY Office on Second street over tJhen uts grocery W R LETCHER AUoneyatLtW RtIMDKENTLCKY tiY1fik over Taylor Hro store- JACKSON ROBERTS o ysMcD ULLOIM A1v fh B flgttoLfl e vsr unno f liSON GIBSONII if oilI KK lV srRQEOXS toiXNTUCKYa BatHl n i ut See Vitt ad drueitote is ilUOKKtl NARY 4t i vriid ciUK I lt t y t Wii ou Hlhtind t strts illnl in l Ky apr71- ySI3LR s P ht at r ft IWhh 4fl41irt- r i s u spd rK1 t1 41J 1 ANlJ JooUktQIoot K iAJ p i i JtIhM ll ttOnOt ujwIwi r LoUISVILLE KY nutldlngt17Iy Harry M Blanton Z DENTIST 44Office in Bennett Building IJAuly TELEPHONE 196 lr INDUANiyIdsuI rh 12 1S02 THE BEST 0PAPER ti UiiittHl i tats for Deiocrats in for ALL readers Ii the fa Week uri rJourtlal t cd-t cUM S1say I4 copi bl ysar a tArPJRo 0In In Ho i MillersI It rtit t1IRPl Pet11 who will risk t Ittt I4U4AL CO tiIsA YN S v r iL R 0ID CLIMAX A5ruN I wtcaeek CourierJournal j eL for Unly 8150 Home Seekers Excursions at very Low Rates to many points in the following territory Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georjtin Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kausa Kentucky Louisiana Michigan Minne ota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Oklahoma South Carolina Kouth Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Big 41nouh Selling Dates March 4 and 18 April I and 15 May 6 and 20 For full Information a particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privi lel setccall on Agents Big Four Routti or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch W P Dpppe- OenT ran 8 Ticket Agt AzMQ PT A J S Becvei Genl BoBtlir Agt Cfltf ll r frtBeaut For All t1JOur Floral Decorations We poisess jarebeaute the lIe mar eS83 erIf J J IfJHENRY L PERRY Agt ji c Dells Flowers go Everywhere e 60 A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in gild awl silver has como to be pro vrhilillou have the some leaning but tfy dhuise i- tsl1iarsrts if fancies in gold and silw for very Htile money 1lie quality of ttVfryj pieon in our stock is O f jminiiiteril t xcelloucc L E LANE Of Vital IInterest WE have erected a Isrpe am anil more inmlern IHIBIIIOHS housi to take the pitq of th onn re ce th ilpMroyHl l y fire and are n w Hll1iplMlto haiill with more Miiifjictiuii to oureelvt and customer nil the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produceiin Madison ami adjoining cOlin liighetOASH We also liaiiII all kinds of FEEl SALT u Qiv us n call before dieK siitg of your pro dUct anil we wilt convince yon that we propoM to lent in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near L N Depot SPjnnly RICHMOND KY 0eo0 O 0oe s ot- e SENDa0 OO a n 0 ooe- e 0 olt- J 0- co 0 00 50Cv 0 018 It oQ 0o For a trial months SU b01Da Kcritiou to tliK oD a cue a o eeenon- a 0 o jiTIMES c o 00 so 0- co 0 IJriglite t and nett Af 6 0moungSouth 0 C 114 0s Latest Market Quotations oso 0 Latest State News OJ 0 a 0 NewsC e e ss eC 0 o Largest Circulation 00 u 0 In the Southa 0 0 I DAILY0s 110 MonthC 08 et 08 eoOrS a jearby mall oe 0 00 1D0ti4fon0e 00 a SOS FOUl TH AVE Oi- eo 010 90 Louisville Kyoe go 1I eoovd C GooeoooooeoltQoJO g LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY ofeWlle DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS nurvtUN LtNiiViii9 and St LisParlor Cars on DyTralas Pglln Bnffef Sleepers on Might Trains For rates and further informatIon nddressi L J In WIN s i A LI nLEK il II RAVERY REWARDED Goyernment Gives Position to Young Man of North Carolina Story of III Rattle avitla Thieve InI nnll1ovliethough Severely Wounded todutyPaynehasa young man 22 years old to a clerk postofllecthe last year young Alexander has EmmaNdiurglarsoff and though repeatedly wqund ed succeeded in sounding an alarm postomceter Alexander was both assistant postmaster and clerk and lived in a rear room of the store On the night of February he was preparing to thefrontwanted and on being told one of the neighbors wonted his mail unbarred the doors Immediately two masked men entered Covering him with their revolvers they cautioned him to keep quietebfireproofdered his revolver One of the men taMsxanderter proceeded to loot the safe Fos terhnd laid his revolver en the desk hfrontupsetting a box in the rear of the store caused Johnson to turn his head Instantly Alexander seized the revolver and shot the kneeling bur glar near the heart lIe tried to shoot the other hut the revolver only snapped Seizing Johnson the young man and the burglar fell to the floor A desperate struggle en s uednFoster althoughseriously wound ed drew another revolver and shot Alexander in the abdomen Alexander seeing that Foster was about to shoot at him again swung Johnson around in front of him The bullet from Fosters gun struck John son in the left shoulder passed through his neck and lodged in his right jaw For fully five minutes the men struggled about the room Alex amlerS face and hands were terribly cut anti bruised and several bullets had lodged in his body The burglars were both wounded nUll fnst becom ing faint from the loss of bloodcBy n superhuman tax upon strength Alexander succeeded inpforcing the two men from the nto the street Postmaster McClelG lan seeing a light in the post ofsflee found Alexander lying in a faintton the front steps For a themyoung mans life was despaired but he finally rallied and now ex cepting the scars has no serious re minders of his terrible ordealy FALLS HEIR TO MILLIONSw Hotel Ian IVIiiMe Uncle Was n Purl nor of Astr Gel n Iortuneffroni Germany Fred JJ Emerick who for the last three years has managed the New Mackinnc hotel at Mackinac Island Mich has fallen heir to 0000000 a share of the estate of an uncle in Germany who recently tIled The whole estate is valued at over SiO older Emerick was probably the bestknown European agent in the fur business For 30 years he was a partner in the fur business with John Jacob Astor Ho was sta Honed at Berlin and it was in the fur trade with the aid of Astor that he accumulated the vast fortune lieS was never married lIe left all property to the children of his two brothers residing in the United StatesIt reported to be the IntentionI of F n Emeriek after share of the fortune to construct the finest and largest summer hotel in the world on Mackinac island TIle building is to cost 1000000 BOY PRINCE AS OUTLAW aiardcm nml Robberies Laid to the Charge of n Rusila Nobleman of the CaucasusS A 15yearold Georgian prince Ii ing near Jlutois in tIle Caucasus has been arrested charged with a long series of murders and highway rob beries He owns an old stone medieval castle in which are two dungeons high over a rapid mountain stream near the caravan road across Caucasus and for two years he has been in the 11 bit of raiding travelers He is a boy of great physical strength and singularly nandsome Incredible stories are told of his exploits and reckless cruelty It is al leged that he has thrown prisoners from the parapet of tIle castle into the stream below All his retainers maintain absolute silence and the Rims sian authorities find it difficult to ob thin evidence against him nigh Price for n A Cincinnati man has had to pay f1000 for a kiss but says the Chicago RecordHerald the telegraph doesnt say whether she is especially pretty or he is unusually honiely An After Thought The Meteor slid down the ways hut not into its native element says the Chicago Tribune The native clement of the Meteor is the ether Tn nfl1jtinn to iihnc xtrEmplv pll written antI telling nn inforortinc story in n masterful way the book Schley and Santiago is bound to have con siderable historical worth as the au thor was all through the Santiago carp patgn and on the bridge of the Brooklyn with Schley during the engagement which sunk the fihipeof Cervera A II who know Mr Graham the author know that when he writes he writes the truth without fear otfavorlle tells just what happened ind hon was there to see it DlIy Thu book is as i teresting as a novel and ns reliable as human testimony can heTlte Albany Times When you wake lip with a hAdt1ste I in your mouth you may lino w that yon need a ofClmniberlaina Stomach Liver Tablets They wilt cleanse your stomach improve your appetite make you feel like a new tnau They are to take being sugar coat o laud pleashntJij effeqt Fprsaleby Stockton Ha an 1m The wa r of the tranpgressor is Wton a puzzle to the d tectlvesi tt4i THINKS THE MAN INNOCENT But the Judge Had to Sentence Him to the Penitentiary Lexington Ky March 4I dont beliovo you are guilty but my duty makes me sentence you to four years n the penitentiary The Jury convicted you and I wrote the governorm asking him to pardon you havelnt heard a word from him I v oeatigated FelieveThis was the unusual speech mado from the bgmch in the circuit court Monday by Judge Parke He was passeIng sentence on John RatcHCo highway robbery The prisoner Is brother to Jim m 1enH Sawkinsclals say Jim is the man really guilty of the robbery An effort will be made by local porbsons to get Gov Beckham to John Ratcliffe SUSPECTED OF FELONY Edward P Caldwell Ed Stegner and Henry McGowan Arrested Louisville Ky March 3 Edward P Caldwell who ran a drug store at Fifteenth and Prentlco streets that wne destroyed by fire at 1 oclock Sunday morning Edward Stegner aged 17 and Henry McGowan were arrest d Sunday on the technical charge of eing suspected felons The police ay Stegner confessed that he and Mc Gowan set fire to the drug store build g and that they were to receive J300 their work There was 2500 of insurance on the building and stock Three men who roomed over the store ad a narrow escapedCommissioners Elect Officers Hopklnsvlllu Ky March 5Tboe- wn board of commissloiers of the Western Kentucky Insane Asylum for- eth Insane eight of the nine members being present met and organized Prank Quarles was elected chairman Lucien IL Davis was elected treasurer vice E B Long and Joseph C Buck or was chosen secretary vice John Feland who had been reelected by the old board last week- Murderei For His Money Harrodsburg Ky March 4A most horrible murder with robbery as the incentive was committed In this county Edmund Houp a veteran and pensioner of the civil war aged 82 was the victim while his wife aged SO is lying unconscious from terrible Injuries on the temple forehead and face Bank Robbers to Be Tried Hartford Ky March 5Tho Ohio court convened hero with a arge attendance About the most im ortant ease to come up will be that the four bank robbers H L Marsh eorge S Gray James Keely and Jo eph Mills who blew open the safe of Bank of Hartford early in the orning of January 22 To Do Away With Sunday Funerals Louisville Ky March 5The Louis ule Ministerial Association appointed committee of ministers to confer ith the Louisville Undertakers Association and officers of cemeteries in an effort to dp away with Sunday Fired a Bullet Through His Heart Hopklhsvllle Ky March 4Lawson Smith aged 50 fired a bullet through is heart Monday Ho was tollgate keeper 20 years and had been de spondent since losing his position by freeing of the piked roads In this county MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 4 CA1TLE Common 260 4 35 Choice steers 5 35 l 6 00 CALVESExtra 15 7 00 HOGSCh packers 6 55 6 65 Mixed packers C 25 t 6 50 SHEI3PExtra 5 10 5 25 LAMBS Extra 6 25 dj 6 35 FLOUR Spring pat 3 95 4 20 WHEAT 2 80 lIOATSNo2RYENo 2 tIHAYCh timothy 13 25 PORKFamily 14 85 LARDSteam 9 07Yz BUTTER Ch dairy 18 Choice creamery 29 APPLES Choice 5 00 6J 5 50 POTATOES 265 275 Sweet potatoes 4 00 4 50 TOBACCONew 3 40 10 75 Old 530 cJ1O50 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 SO 4 00 WHEATNo 2 red 83 No3 spring 7414 74I CORNNo2 mixed 6iy OATSNo 2 mixed 44 44g RyENo2 58 59 PORK Mess 15 15 ep 36 20 LARDSteam 920 9 22d New York FLOURWin patent 3 85 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red tl 86V CORNNo2 mixed 68tf- OAiS No 2 mixed tj 50 RYEWestern 66 PORKFamily 15 EO 16 50 LARDSteam 9 70 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 81 S 82 Southern 80 80 CORNNo2 mixed 64 6- 5OATSNo2 mixed 47 48 CATTLEButchers 5 00 5 75 HOGSWestern 70 C 80 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 86 CORN No 2 mixed 63h OATSNo 2 mixed 45 PORKMess 1C 00 LARDSteamS 9 62y Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 83 59YOATSNo A fair exchange in no robbery Un- lesS it is a church fair For the Complexion The complexion always suffers from biliousness or constipation Unless the bowels arc kept open the Impurities from time body in the form of unsightly eruptions DeWitts Lit tie Early Risers keep the liver nnd bowels in healthy condition and remove the caused ouch troubles C E Hooper Albany Ga says I took DcWitts Little Early Risers for hi ionsness They were just what I need 110earRthorough antI gentle This very best pills Perry Thomas 1m Calculation is the axis around which many seeminglygenerous acts revolVo Dr whitsa Blectric Oom1s Their nierit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office In tint Collins building MnsOnnA C IlAnr Stato Agent 27feblyr New friends ore BOmetiroes more danaerooa than od foe Kentucky State News Items LEGISLATIVE DOINGS The Farris Local Option Bill Killed In the Senate Frankfort March 6SenateTheo- at interesting fight of the present iverend Wednesday with the defeat of the arris county unit local option bill The measure was killed in the senate where it originated and in which body it has been blocking legislation for sev ral weeks past The senate took up and adopteu the Bradley house bill ato repeal the tollgate raiders law of governorIreading and advancement of the bUl assed by the house so that it might a tindby a vote of 18 to 16 defeated the mo don HouseThe redistricting bills came before the house Wednesday The democratic majority adopted them as Indorsed by party caucus In the following order Judicial legislative and congressional The house adopted the Renicke bill prohibiting railroad companies from charging for the capacity of a freight car instead of for the weight of the freight contained therein KENTUCKY BLIZZARD Country Roads Are Impassable In Many Counties Frankfort Ky March 6The bliz zard which followed the snow of Tues ay and Wednesday night was general over the state In many counties the wind has caused drifts that make the roads impassable and in some places tTrolleygraph service has been interfered with and railway travel Impeded At Paintsvllle with two feet of snow on the level it was still falling at 7 p m Wednesday evening Eighteen inches is reported at Louisa and 14 at Wil liamstown where a vast number of sheep and lambs have been lost Three feet at Inez caused the adjournment of court Flemingsburg reports a foot and Vanceburg two feet with heavy drifts The blizzard that hit Columbia carried eight inches of snow with it and Munfordvillo got six Knee deep on the streets of Dover caused ordinary pedestrians to remain Indoors as much as possible John Doerhofers Purchase Louisville Ky March 6John Doer hofer of this city who was for manyn years the Louisville manager for the American Tobacco Co and who starttted the tobacco factories that after ward formed the nucleus of the Continental Tobacco Co Wednesday bought for 250000 the controlling Interest In the Manufacturers Tobacco Co of Louisville which is an inde pendent companygNo Extra Session Probable Frankfort Ky March GThe determination of Gov Becl Jam not to call a special session is expediting matters with regard to some Important legislation It appears that an effort In good faith and earnestness is now being mado to push through the bills which must be enacted before the time limit of tho present session ox imiresSThe Allied Parties Conference Louisville Ky March 6Jo A Parker chairman of the national popu list committee said Wednesday night that the conference of the aljled parties scheduled for April 2 at Louisville will be held at Memphis on May 1 unless a hall is furnished free at Louis ville Mr Parker said he would dogcide the question of location ly Thursday Mangled by a Train Covington Ky March GGeorge Crockett aged 21 years son of Charles Crockett a traveling salesman 110 East Seventeenth street was run over in the C O yards Wednes day afternoon and instantly killed It is thought he was trying to jump on a train and lost his footing His body was horribly mangled He was a car polisner for the C O She Lost All Owensboro Ky March GThe Mine Workers convention cut off the pension of 25 a month paid Mrs Jen nle Cook widow of Wm Cook who was killed last fall at the fight in Webster county Mrs Cook asked for an in crease She Is said to have two boys able to support her- Amended Revenue BillmFrankfort Ky March GThe demo life insurance companies doing bus the general assembly an conference Wednesday night amended the rev eriue bill by striking from It the pro posed increase of taxation against life insurance companies doing busi ness In Kentucky Veteran of Two Wars Dead Lawrenceburg Ky March GNew man Miskell a veteran of two wars died Wednesday at the age of 78 of pneumonia Miskell served with the Salt River Tigers during the Mexican war and with the federal army In the civil war Succeeds Judge Graham Frankfort Ky March GGov Beck ham Wednesday appointed Wm F Howe to be county judge of Fleming county till November 1903 to sue ceed Judge Graham who died last week Having a Run on Chamber lains Cough Remedy Between the hours of eleven oclosk a in and closing time nt night on Jan 23tb 1001 A F Clark drucRistj Glade 0Chamberlainssays I never handled a medicine thAt sold better or Jave better saitlsmnctjor- to my customers This Remedy has been In general use in Virginia for many vearn and the people there are well qualitiestallvmnrkahle cures which It has effected medicineRemedyI pleased with 4ho quick cure which it affords For sale by Stockton Ha gnu Im When a woman and her maid net in concert they can deceive the cleverest man YouwitJSiever wish to take another Chamberlains pleas31itJIefl FortI GettinJrJThin s all right if you are too fat1 and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthy a little more or less is- on great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get ng too thin they all come under these two heads overwork and underdigestion Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourseif with your work You cant live- no ittruebutIby it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strong without some sort of activity The genuine has his picture on it ake no other If have not tried it send for Jfree sample its a greeable taste will 1 surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409StreetNow 50c and 100 all druggists A TEXAS WONDER HALLS URBAT DISCOVERY One small bpttle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kil1nev nail bladder troubles removes grsivel diahotus seminal emissions weak ami lame buck rheumatism and all irregularities ol the kidneys and bladder in uoth mon iuti women regulates bladder troubles u j drugistS 1 One small bottle is two month treatment nUll will cure any case above mentioned Dr IS W Hall solo manu facturer P O Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil drua ists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ TILtS Richmond Ky Fob 0 1001 Dr E W Hall St Lonin MDarSir I have used one bottle of the covervtorbJ1lIl1sinsitfeel boiLer than I have in twenty years iiiul I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A KIDDIE Many of the flights of genius are from a high bluff downward ANTITOXIN FOR SWINE DISEASES S fromtatesnearly two hundred million dollars Dr F H D Vaux alter several years of ncient fie expert eats and succeeded in isolating the true of swine diseases and prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the D Vaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy lIons treated with the AntitoxinthriTe better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated i tofheirAatitoxlnp w bwineillmoney paid for serum and syringe trill be funded Any farmer can easily admliitstcrth orhogsOne ounce vial sufficient for six Logs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350aVau Chemical Company 131 Van Burcn Street Chicago 21aprly Men who preach by the yard usually practice by the iim- chPractically Starving Alter nsitic a few bottles of KoJol perfeetvere and chronic cast of stomach trou ble says J II Holly real estate in surance and loan agent of Macoinb DvspapsiaCuremeal without iiitonse suffering ShH is now entirely cured Several physicians and many remedies hud fulled to give relief You dont have to diet Eat any good food yon want but dont overload time stomat h Kod digestitNature makes fools occasionally and uses them as backgrounds fof her wis est children Could not Breathe Coughs colds croup grip bronchit is other throat and lung troubles are CoughCurea mere expectorant which gives only IllJuiliesrnation and removes the cane of the disease Absolutely safe Acts at once One Minute Cough Cure VIII do all that is claimed for it nays Justice of tha Peace J Q Hoed Craiby Miss My wife could not get her breath and was relieved time first daio It has been a henefitfo all my family Per ryhomrn 1rn The poet who writes about a frown ing precipice must be thinking of the brow of a hill Surgeons Knife Not Needed Surgery is no longer n essary to cute De Witts Witch Hazel Salves cures such cases at once remov Lug the necessity for dangerous painful and expensive operations For scalds cuts burns wounds bruiseS sores nnd skin dieeasesjt jl llu Boware of counterfeits Perry Tlijjraas 1in Marriage to the weak is iho end of ambition to the strong it arts as a spurt Chronic Diarrhcjea PlayMotory for thirty live years slvs Chain berlain Colic Cholera nni Diarrhoea Remedy did him more goo than any other medicine he had evctjused For saIl by Stockton Hngan LzIm Youth may laugh atxc hut ma tnrity trembles when ttieflseoresjnust W 1 Do You Know Haggles and Carri IThat ta to cheaper they acre a few weeks ago We still have rood selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand in season tIIitU iI re3 t ft h W t 7 7 x The Inclemency h of the Weathera LA Prop n l IfCauseda great many of our Lady JAto not get out during ourtJIf lIOPENING J b + = kiIt And in order to not disappoint them s we have kept a great many of the izy11 I Suits Skirts and Silk Il Skirts over and they can be seen at our 0 Store any time during the s f1 rJ tfi iBt 20 0 oJ t6 2Y 9t y if 8 t1 tV We perfect in all garments soldJ1Agreatm beautiful suits and skirts tI A are being shown in Ask to see our new silks new wash fabrics 1ti1 5 w if embroideries was lpIques white 1hioods linens s 111 t baIHI trimmings goodsJ I JIJI W it Just HrJ tt m Tea = a = eO5 5 JIf J 1i jIfIIJr mattings Very respectfully j I it i W D OLDHAM CO 11 IV 9 ELEr Er e IJk f L tl Thl7 7 7 6 tJ 51 7 ti 1 WOMAra REUErF A really healthy woman has lit tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head backand side aches caused by falling of the and irregular menses m OFb RgyUi has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy It is the provision made by Nature to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GnnarwooD LA Oct 1900 tlmoraide and could not cet relief untilI tried a bottle of Wino of Cardui Bo f relievedlfee1itwondcrful medicine MIlL M A Yocsr rorasmma l1tmtureid1ru girt p Teecauaa0oss1Lcthe A gift with a string tied to it is a treat draw back to a- mityjpITWomen suffering from female troubles and weakness and from irregular or painful men notIN derstand fully pecuUaniil- meuts and the delicate organism of What the sufferer ought to do is to a fair trial t- oBKAEFIELDS Female Regulatorwhich is the true cure by Nature for all female troubles Jt is the formula o a physician of the highest standing who devoted his whole life to the study of the dis tinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers wives and daughters It is made of soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kindly Nature tot n1corrhreaevery suffering woman ought to it trial A large r bottle will dpia wonderful amount of good Soid y jSeD4rnaalttlJluvatodft t lose nothing style and qual ity Vehicles otall kinds will cost more another goingup Ky ic Wor s John Donelson L Walking 0 fits this line womb month the woman give giye n n Tr rtQ Q Q tf Q Of Iri r0flin1l imlrnimfV ItrlljtlllIDEJm 1bt HomeIen r hiM CHAIRSand ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary r Buy for Spring and use all the year Framesr rL V ales es gj Andmany other things useful and ornamental ill UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE 1 0a Olldhm Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND inhiaily KENTUCKY k J 4 r3 P For more than thirty years that I have been engaged Jn tIme mar t fncturiiijr and appyin paint as a practical paint mixer and j ir arifihnsIJe4ni rooaItbolmn ifNit York hirno Boston Philidelpliiit at II ita and buying paints in lnr re quniitiliep ni Huh I louci gnlllJlywin readily nndersiaud that it is no limpvr in fer v it urernpleaetodthousands dlthowYours very respectfully iGEO tWILLGING Manufacturer of of very description Each cciflo paint for a specificpurpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY r C rrtcrTuxedoes Full Dress Prince Alberts A SPECIALTY Ai0 CI VVU VIf t T f tiilbTailbr and Importer VL y LEXNGTON V KENTUCKYl3feblv FJa r ytt i tfJli t TThe Richmond Climax J O CnBJTAULT President A D MILLER Manager EOBT S CBOVE Edltor WEDNESDAY MAR 12 UO2 rUULIHHKU EVERY WCIINIMUAY BY The Climax Printing CoJ Incorporated h A man at Ewing Kyi proved a few days ago that he held a 90 year lease on 1100 acres of valuable oil lands in Allen county which had been released and under development by another oil Company Owin lp the fact that thirtyfive years ago there was just such an oil fever in this State as we are now having and nearly all of Eastern and Central Kentucky- was leased to different Companies it may be that an un comfortably large number of these 99 years leases will be foundA temperance drink is becoming popular in Kansas It is called the Manhattan cocktail and is made of milk sweet cider and a wink with a sunflower seed dropped in to give it a local flavor It is not necessary to state that the wink is the important factor AFTER listening to a con cert Sunday by the Arion Society Prince Henry spoke in complimentary terms ol the music he had heard in this country adding Music is born in the human heart with out regard to race or color A Jackson Genius A New Pwcos for Making WHsky Which May RmhHoeixe tile Beiaesi It the Jackson county process for making whiskey which was recently digcorereit by ont of our Revenue olli eers can btttnd the test of scientific in vestigation the old methods will be revolutionized and the Kevenue laws will have to be readjusted to meet the chunked conditions The officer tells an interesting story of the discovery of a still located just beyond the Jack sou line The oUner was nmkinc no effort to hide his business so tho officer went to his house and lifter talking a while Liked him to nutke some whisky The operator of the still declined at first but wits finally ptirsuaded to be gin In a bnbine like way the tO went to WOIk Hiid put in the beer After thfl singlings had run a while tilt officer picked up the cask to pour up the liquid for the doubling process The proprietor called him to a halt and announced that it was already good whiskey The Revenue man tasted the liquor and was surprised to find it the finished article instead at first shots as he haul supposed That the operator had discovered new process the officer was assured hut no threats or cajoling would make him divulge it The man was then informed that hiss gnuet was n Federal oflirer who had come to arrest him but that Un clrjam had overlooked his case so that there was no law by which he could beheld The new process may result in a fortune for the ingenious man Ken tucky has long held the palm for ex celling in this art and if there is a bet terway It is eminently fitting thata Keatuckiiui should find it out first Wm E Ryan of MillcrsburK sold lila crop of tobaccoISO poundsto the Continental agent at Cynthiana Kdwln Blair at 8 cents all rouud Lat BrowBrCoq LEXINGTON KY Gt E I g If there is one de partment more con spicious than another it is this one by rea son of its complete ness diversity rich cneapnessThe the business the matchless variety the artistic beauty and the unparalelled prices make it pre eminently the place to buy yqur Wall Paper The proper time to make your selections is now t The proper stock to selectfrom is Here and the proper price is all we ask you r FBroer Co11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON ltv lt101 JUDGE R G WILLIAMS A Brainy Young Lawyer of Fine Business Capacity WILLIAISIJUDGE R G He has made a professional and financial success in his native town of Mt Vernon and now seeks a better and broad er field in the thriving city of Covington where he has just located for the practice of Law His many warm admirers in Rockcastle would have urged his name for Congress this year had he remained in that county LAND STOCK AND CROP Thomas Melcalf of Boyle county sold 10 ems of hay at S12 per ton Bull Brothers of Versailles have sold their mare Confidence by Chester Dare price 1750 Mr E D Declaw of Iowa was in this city last week buying jacks Soy eral good ones were purchased and shipped to Iowa A bill has passed the House prohib itiug the docking of horses and Imposing a fine of100 to 500 and thirty to ninety days in jail for each offenee The coming statistical report for In diana it is said will show that the State has over 1000000 shoep and that these flocks are owned by about 15000 farmers ELABORATE EFFECTS Startling Scenic Production Faint Lat Evening Last evening Hubert Labadies company played Faust to a large and ap preciative audience Mr Labadie de serves special mention He has a good stage voice and did Mephisto well His makeup was surprisingly effect ive Miss Mary Van TrompLabadie aa Marguerite gave a fine impersona tioit The scenic effects were elaborate and in the act where Mephisto calls orth the demons from hell the danc lug of the fiery sparks the racing of electric bolts and general filling of the stage with alt sorts of weird pyiotech nics made a startling field for the shades of tho nether world to trander in The last scene of Marguerite in heaven was excedingly pi 0 t t y Faust to the uninitiated Monday evening must have been very impress ive North Star Marinette Wisconsin Csafderatc Veterans Attention For your information and guidance I beg to announce that my line the Cot ton Belt Route is tho shortest and quickest line to Dallas Texas and will be especially convenient for you and your brother veterans and all other parties attending the Reunion Our company has tracks directly alongside and in front of the main en trance to the fair grounds and are prepared to park from 30 to 40 cars on Parry avenue opposite the fairgrounds Parties who deshe cats would do well to correspond with int at once for same so I can make arrangements Our trains will alt stop at the fair grounds which will be very convenient for those intending to camp on the grounds There will be a number of restaurants in the grounds and those desiring to go into the city can take street cars which will start a short dis tanco from the main entrance Besides our regular double daily service consisting of Pullman sleepers parlor and dining cars and tree reclin lug chair cars which run through to Dallas without change Wo will also have all necessary equipment to handle businessWill to hear from yon and will give you all further information desired Yours truly- F R WYATT T P A 41 East 4th streetCincinnati O Old Story Comes Home Again r Tho following story flat appeared in a Richmond paper about thirty years ago Alter traveling all over the world it was forgotten until recently some one away out West dug it out of an oldscrap book and now it is well started on another tour of the world At a recent term of the Circuit Court in a mountain county the criminal docket was very heavy as is generally the case upthere A number of wit nesses were being examined by the prosecution in a Commonwealth case An old lady of CO summers who no doubt was hard to excite was nn the stand LawyerMrs Philpot toll what you know of the fight Mrs PIVint seed no fi h- tLawyerWelltcll what you did see MrsPJoiin Sewell he took and had a dance an some of the boys wuz feelin purty good an one knocked tothcr down an thp one whut got knocked down pulled out a knife bout as Jong as my arm on cut the one whut hit him from side to side thro the middle Then a brother to the one what got cut pulled out a bulldog bout the size of a ham an emptieaeix 45s into the one whut did tho cuttin Then a cousin to the feller whut got shot emptied a Joublebarrel shotgun into the crowd au tlien dont you know old nina Sewelt took an got exltedand pulled his Winchester rifle from under the bed an begun pumpln lead into theganso I eeeU tbar was gob to be a fiJthtnli r left the house Spring Humors Como to most people and cause many troubles pimples holla and other eruptions besides Joss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness indigestion and headache The sooner one gets rid of them the better and the way to get rid tIf them and to build up the system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying tho blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures of Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Bolts Pimples All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Accept no substitute but be sure to get Hoods and get it today PAl NOL1L Mrs Lola Ilendricks died of con sumption March 3rd veryillering Miss Flossie Craig who has been very ill is improving Mr James Carr and family have returned to Panola after spending a few weeks at London Bill Garrett the Lexington collegian joined the United States Service and is on his way to the Philippine lel antIs Dr Johnston and family have moved to Richmond Mr Win Carr was the guest of Nancy Ledford Sunday last Dont walt until you go to the Opera House to secure seats for aust for you may not be able to secure them as nearly nil the best seats are soldat Perry Thomas drug store bs openPricesgailery floor NEWSY JTJT verylowHenry Travis the little boy who was burnt eo badly is convalescent Voo son Bryan has moved Into his now homo the Asher Newby place Rufus Jenkins has rented the Sallie Tudor farm and has moved there to Bud Davis lana been mingling among Jolly Rldgoites the past week Bud lives In Monroe county Mo Ho left Kentucky tWeut two years ago and it is his first visit to his old home Died at her home Woodlawn Mon roe county Mo Feb 28 Elizabeth Mil lion age 73 years The remains were brought to this county mid buiied at the Hulman Grave yard at the Jesse Newby place on Tates Creek Jasper Million eon of Wand Amanda Million is improving very faat At one time he was in nn exceedingly critical condition Uncle Woodson Hejithman agi 75 years nnd a good weather pmplietl sys we wil liars good weather after the tenth of March If this proved to be a fact wo will drop Hicks next year and watch Uncle Woodsons prediction Most of the tobacco crops thatbave SlappsJenkinslarge yet to be stripped and it will hurry them to get ready for tho time for sow ing tobacco heds is here and past and Tnclc Woodson rays no rood weather until after tho tentH A Superb Attraction Our theatreloving people were afforded an opportunity last night of witnessing Hubert Labadio and his tragedyFausted there was evidence of a packed house by the overwhelming advance sale From the opening scene in the laboratory of Dr Faust to the fall of the curtain on the beautiful Apotheosis the audience realized that the play war in master hands the univcriial Verdict was the host of the season Thp elec trical sword duelaud the Bracken scene were features deserig especial mention The people composing this c company are nil clover and in social infiircourse exceedingly affable and pfe untVesi Texas Stockman Col ofttllu exits Fbrur22 1901 I Stops tho Cough ant Works os the Cofd Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure rib pay Price 25 cents The egotist who is all wrapped up in himself should nver complain of the cold The Vice oi 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 If sho is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells slip needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and be- Come healthy and hapdy Try it Only 50c Perry it Thomas guarantee sat isfaction 1m The man who keeps pace with his good intentions must be quite a sprin ter Lockjaw From Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cni lately gave a woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put on a cut is lluek lens Arnica Salve the infallible healer of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Erup tions Burns Scalds and Piles It ures or no pay Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store The girl who is faithful to her ideas is very apt to remain an old maid Tetter SaUIf heum and Eczema The intense itching and smartin lont to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by it It is equally itching pilea and a favorito remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Giiljs Condition Ponders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are pot food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in primo condition Priro 25 rents per package It is better to be thrown on your own resources than to slip on an cy pave ment Danger ol Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used however and Chamberlains Cough Reme dy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have et to learn of a single case hay lag resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous malady laflZlippeFor by Hagan 1m Tho artists model should always be in good shape for work How lo Cure the Grip Ramain quietly at home and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy as di rected and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counteracts anv tendency of the grip to result in pnen nioria which is really the only serious danger Among the tPIIS of thousands who have used it for the grip not one ease has ever beet reported that did not recovei For sale by Stockton Hagan lm The holm of a ship has a stern duty to perform Keep up a Brisk Attack upon that bad cold sail do not wait for it to wear itself out Perry Davis Painkiller is n powerful ally Use it internally with warm sweetened wa ter Rub it well into the innxniml throat and sore chest and when the foe has taken flight you will under Iompatitionlarity of the one Painkiller Perry Davis The profits of a crematory depend upon its urning capacity Do not Be Afraid to look the lacts squarely in the face That cough racking and persistent ac companied by tightness in the chest and spitting of sticky mucus is a sign of consumption Common sense dictates the use of Allens Lung Balsam an honest remedy since it contains no opium an efficient remedy since it heals the irritated inflamed throat and unes and so prevents a deepseated cold from running into incurable forms of consumption The successful man never regrets the cost of his experiences alwaysindicateathe quantity of food which Is eaten but the quantity which is assimilated which determines the actual value of the food consumed If the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition cannot convert the fool into nourish ment and into blood then tho food is an injury instead of a benefit For all disorders of the stomach and its allied organs ot digestion and nutrition there is a certain remedy in Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It removes clogging obstructions It strengthens tho stomach nourishes the nerves en dodyItpreparation making firm flesh instead of flabby fat Golden Medical Dis covery contains no alcoholwhiskey equallynarcotics You cant make the father of twins believe that a irutn cannot servo two mastersICures Eczema and Itching Humors Through The Bluod Cost Nolliins to Try it B IJ B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized asa certain antI sure cure for Eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints balks carbun des prickling iiain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm is the only euro to stay cured for troublesOilierH actually cures teals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin B B B builds up the broken down body and makos the blood red voluntarytesllmollials Balm CU B B Druggists Trial writingBloodtrouble and free medical advice given until cured 2 Dazzling prospects seldom make one Wind to ones own interests SHARI FOAM J1 Vegetable Shampoo J JJtJ cIensthe fill the hair from falling out Leaves tho hair soltond silky We cannot restoreAantes every boddl to do oil we claim J1 PRICE 25 CENTS JForSaleDytJ E E O WINES 1 Manufactured by GUILDS DRUG toN KyTAX 7 7i Cant Keep IL Secret Tho splendid work of Dr Kings Nev Life Pills is flatly coming to light No such grand remedy for Liver and Bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Con stipa lon Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indigestion Try them 25c at Perry Thomas drug store lm The average bride doesnt think so much about the future us she does of the present When a man is on his own uppers It means that he is pretty low down I Would Smash the Club If members of the Hay Fever As fociation would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption lie club would go to pieces for it always cures this malady and Asthma the kind that battles thedoctoreit wholly drives from the system Thousands of oncehope less sufferers from Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It conquers Grit saves little ones twin Croup and Whooping Coiitrh and is po itivplJlInmnteed for All Throat and Lung troubles cOc100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drngstrore lm You cant tell the size of a mans trouble by his sighs c fJJl Il 9 r yzrr ThU signature is on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that cnrrw a coW in on day The butcher may not be funny but he does a lot of cutting up CO CUSS A COLD 1ST ON3 DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each Jinx 25 cents The chronic borrower h inclined to be touchy about it The Childrens Friend There no use trying to persuade American mothers that a substitute exists lor Perry Davis Painkiller They know how it relieves the troubles of childhood from sprained arms and legs to Btomochache Other preparations may do good Painkiller is certain to A big difference and one that has been recognized for sixty There is but one Painkiller Perry DavisI It doesut PRY to advertise for lost opportunities Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one day Pleas SecretarjtoCourt says Haifa bottle of Hanna Rheumatism Kemedy cured me of an attack of rheumatism Alter three doses of the remedy was free from palnF J Haip For sale at n L Middletons Drug store 202 W Main street tf it is false pretense that has ruined tin blessing in disguise business Worse Than a Blow from a hard fist is the buffet ot cold wind upon ft pair of improperly pro trcSed lungs A few minutes exposure to cold may he the beginning of con sumption Lose neither time nor cour age yourself against pulmonary troubles inrludinir 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 You dont have to look at a girl to know she is pretty look at the men who are looking at her La Grippe Quickly Cured In the winter of 1S08 and 1899 I was taken down with a severe attack of what is called La Grippe 8iiyn FI Howett a prominent Jdruggifct of Win field III The only medicine I used was two boLt los of Chamberlains Cough Ilemedy It broke up the cold arid stopped the coughing like magic aud 1 have never sluice been troubled with Grippe Chamberlains Cough Item edy can always be depended upon to hreak up a severe cold and ward off any threatened attack of pneumonia It is pleasant to take too which makes it the most desirable und one of the most popular preparations in use for these Ailments For sale by Stockton Hacan lm Thh fellow who trusts to Iimk will soon discover that he cant gtu J any other kind of trust Life Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of Ihe Jtritisb household troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys should have its life guards The newl ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of life disease find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in tile stormy mouth of March The heit way that we know of to guard main t these diseases is to strengthen the sys tem with Hoods Sarsaparilla thw greatest of all life guards It removes the conditiona in which these disease make their most successful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vital or cans and functions und Imparts a genial warmth to the blood Itenitnn ber the weaker the system the greater the exposure tojdlsease Hooda Ser snpniilla makes the system strong Ins If beauty is only skin deep a lot of people ought to be turned inside out Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh Hint ChIli not be cured by Halls Catarrh Unfe F J CIIEKNYE Co Proos Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 ears and believe him perfectly hOllor1hle in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation midf bv their firm Wist Trims Wlmlpsalo druggist Toledo Ohio Valdinc Kitiian Marvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo OhioHalls Catarrh Core is taken internally acting directly upon ihe blood tystemPrIce7gists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best Ira Even an automobile entails running expenses CHEAP RATE OF V One Cent Per Mile TO 1aa R April 18 to2OtBY IlIinois CentraL Good to return until April 30 or by extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans +++Liberal stopover prlTllrges Including op portunltv to viiit scene of famous siege and New National Park site at Vickiburc Cheap side trips from Dallas to Texa and Oklahoma points Double dally fast service via Memphis or Vicksburg and Shreveport with ciose connec tionsSped Through Train from Louisville for Kentucky delegates and their friends RHFOWIERT- ray Pass Agt I O B R Louisville Ky SPECIAL NOTICE Confederate Veterans and their friends can get full in formation by calling on Dr JM Poy- ntzPublic Sale As administrators of Mrs Lucy A White decd we will oi- lSaturday1 March J5 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 141 shares of Richmond Mining Btock5 shares Richmond National Lank stock 2 extra milch cows 2year old- hieiter1 yearling bull 2 heifer calves 1 combined horse 20 tons Timothy hay 150 bushels of potatoes 350 gal Ions pure grape wine kitchen and household furniture consisting of sonic of the finest old style Mahogany furni lure in the State Terms made known on day of sale JOHN D WHITE LIZZIE W FOSTER 8miu2t Administrators iterCommissioners Stic II O Broaddus Admr Pitt against II C UroadJns1 lire and Crds Dfts Notice of Sole In Equity n Y Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of u the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof In the above style cause the undersigned will on Suurly Much About tire hour of 130 oclock p moo on the premise In Richmond Madison county KT proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described property viz A House and Lot In the City of Richmond Ky containing one acre and bounded as follows On the north by Main street on the west by lot owned by the Russell heirs on the south by the lot owned by T J Smith and On the east by the Wain scott lot and known as the II C Broaddus place fOrUonall tqings necessary for a firstclogs home TERMS Sale will be matte on 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 born the day of sale with a Aien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT 5mar3T M C M C C Henry C Ilazelwood and J Tevis Cobb Attorneys GO Wes4 LOWEST RATES EVER IN EFFECT To All Important Points In CaliforniaWashington UtahtOregont Wyoming Montanaa- nd all other Western States via CHDOne daily until April 30 via All REGULAR ROUTES Rounjr trip tickets to special points sold on March IS April 1 and 15 Apply to railway agents or address D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati Ohio 71 71 71f 7a 7 tj Inter st Yoiic Certainly we can Every farmer and housekeeper in Madison county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly m call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces sary to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of M6dol Steel Ranges Southern Queen Cooking Stoves and other kitchen furniture Our line of Hardware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you We carry 9c the goods you must have and will interest you if you will call and get our prices before X ing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon nvhieh is the finest and most wagon on the market We make a iIIspecialty of Tin Hoof Guttering Mr11 one of tim best tinners in Ken tucky havingchargeo this department Call 71 and let us you and we will make of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR BROS 2 l i a We Treat You tl The whole Year C Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality wool zephyr cloaclykuit assorted solid colors 15 cents each Fancy combination fleecelined Hoods closely knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closelv knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each I Mens Handkerchiefs protcii plain White at3c each i The leader of the lineMens Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one Inch polkaleffects at I4Jf nandkercblefsoneInchPure Bclfai tUnen Handkerchiefs at 250 m s 1 S rLl r r T q w Lr w g s de 4N I y L are oJ When town see ns Whnn at home write usI In either caso well VO t I Ladies Sheer High Orade Lawn onehalf inch hemstitched border al No 2131 Hemstitched half inch made of soft Swiss Lawn enirered aU around in very tasteful patte white chain work flowers and leaf patu wen worth 15c at lOco Ladies Swiss with brof real lace flower designs at 26c Novelty Mufflers in popular colors of high grade Knglish Sergo site SSzza i r je avtcl 7e Oxford superior quality White Quilt made of bleached yarn in new Ii fj signs hemmed size 70x73 at 49c each Reverea new Spread has just been added to the line size 70si extra fine soft fihish 2ply yarn nobby centers hemmed at 99c GenuineI 51 Cor Main First St i fI tQuilt ever offered for the money Price S4 f this week S200 Ask to see them J 6 w l l A W tr J3 rn HiIr ifilWfit m II m ij f5 f7 cO EZ JjI 4 Handkerchiefs Sra- M OWEN MCKEE i = 1 Z New lioods 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 Etct I UnequaledisMellick Floes Stamped Linen and Coronation Braid Attention is particularly called to our readvmvde Department IIIIthis line can please tho most fastidious and have n 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 New Matting has just been received nd is now placed on sale We buy in the best markets of the world youknowI Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with ooLee Smithia = t rcFor Spring 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries jr Taffetas Laces Crepes Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Qoftons Celebrated Shirts hiteAATDGibson1RIcHMO IaLeSWillaiways a ground Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks IJthroughout ette You Money eWtGe Handkerchiefs Handkerd I Handkerchiefs cxks that raised each IheavI special au Richmond I Kentucky j lin tl In I I t x I 5 1 g t1t b p 2 p 2I AV tl icifi roen U1en 2Loto dtn o tf tAt Il1eors 4 t U 02 1 t in we l l 1 j f t rfo t I WANT YOUR VALL PAPZ Orders and as I bat the pleasure of showing 1802 samples of WAIl FA and Room Mouldings body that has yet temt II flounce them Far Superior to An II ezr They have ever seen Ii jIOi ticipnte doing any If 1 idlothiisapringjcnn not oiiy varitibt actually HAVE YOU MONEY The same Papers that 1 8hw you art w the US Wall Paper Co in their immense stores in St Louis andLot me know when I may clal at ou residence and OllOW VOU this linr jA postal card will bring them to your door 3mar2m W P BAXTER has made Richmond tho best market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Jnnk stock there is oneorth When other people can pay good prices Thnrman can pay better prices always the high eat Any one will buy your stock on an adyam4ngmarket we will buy them all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES e Icaal Thurman Grocery C Ijantf Clocks SLOCKS ClockGreat Reduction in Clocks For ONE WEEK to make more room you can buy from u a reliable lock guartnteedor one considerably les PallOlClocksVICTOR BOGAERT57NSt 0 it I r 11- r t f eO Ic 5iarm Y t roQ1 I fJWe have received a carload Of the thatThand Seed Oats are W Jr1 Excelled by none We have also In 5rliIexMj J as as can be foundvU asWtIVA WV aW E DEATHERAGE k CO P p or A f I 1lt- W Qi W SS SsS S SS liI Z7Cii7 V t2t2t2 t2t2Ci JI EoDEATliERAfiE COJ t Jt Tne Richmond Climax y NKSDAY MAR 12 1902 c r A Wilkes Smith Dentist is r located over J B Stouffers l r store Cfebtf it lirst coal on the market at I r r Witts feb193m MI H Hreck agent for Fire Life iiciil insurance 02feb4t Laiuluian the Oculist will be l Hotel Glyndon Wednesdaj I92- take a specialty of all kinds of r seed purposes IIfl Letcher Witt v Utcuer A Witt a trial order Their Jellieo and Brush Creek it the Ulfc of the town feb19 3m lunch servod from 9 a m to in for white people exclusively tarou First street t E BBRBY dh extracted without pain 25 Dr Hon oJo Richmond Ky vMisa trial order for the cele Jmkeoti county Cannul coal teed to be Umbest liUn Letcher Witt laughters of the Confederacy vt at the home of Mrs J M I Friday Htternoon at 3 oclock atindance is requested niiiii is called to the adof Simmons on the fourth tin CLIMAX Tlmy are scents Bhicler Gilibs plows i llariowa and Cultivators the t checkiow Cornplanter ect l would do well te read this tiint irtur 4ue study of life in a giig camp is furnished by iton Johnson in an article called he White Mountains are white- llh Magazine Number of The The pictuies are from quito iy good pliotograpbs by Mr 1who has no superior in the r tendering of common life holography rYerna Marte the wonderful IIS whose portrayal of Mary V the drunkard daughter in sceuic production of Ten in a Bar Room has made such Ksion with the public and dra itics the past to seasons will seasons bright sar in a new- 11 on this lines of Little Lord tiuv So intense and realistic k thAt she is mentioned as t iii emotional actress Con interest is already manifest I r among our own amusement- v hi n co her appearance was a tl with the Palmer Company at Opera House nest Satur i15 Wanted ry dried apples will pay Uiioins A Vitheiibnry febli4t For Rent iiiris to rent cheap Well lo Apply to Thurman Grotery tf Opesed Ecnda- yft ehodwas opened Mondnr KniHDoiijytasntMillorsscbqol A Valley View Notice- to warn dirt public tlmtl will t icspoiiBtMe for any debts con t in v son John Mathew Sharp rl n ff Sharp Wanted lailt r or Miuituamnker butt 0 work Will work them for ifr dozen Address M 11 W- Fld Ky 20feb2t A Card bought out the Harness an- d1r husinesj of Mr John McClin t will tell at reduced prices for Come to see me 4t J T MonEnLBY Tall Folks Attcctloal vou tall peophi will be especially 1IPdat thehInch Party the t indies tho more pennies for a ause Candy and dainty Spring v ions for all To be given by t Tvjjesof the I5niscopil Church Were Only in fin y Vanceburg Prank Horsely va P Input business man and Boil r lers a railroad mantgot into a fr ly scuffle being powerful fs the wrestIc became Fferious A conclusion ono of Flinders fingers li ieen bitten off and Hiiselys eye fits hanging down his left cheek The- Ir were friendly rgain in a fev min ctes and declared they were in fun Faihionabte ressm LaJies wishing a stylish costume for sra Khould call oil Gol1 k v Uo is now lonatod in the Hobson bng next doortb postofflcc Miss ia is prepared to do all kinds of w S from the simplest garment to tUrJ8 elaborate tailormade suit He work is sure tit please and lier term s are reasonable Kemerabar MISs Gfelen will be found In the Hdbson buu ling nichB It t l Both Miss Dr Ilobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf See saddlery harness and farmers supplies at J T Moberleys before yOU buy McClinlocks stand on1jnm street 2Gleb4t Office HoTtd Dr Dunn has moved his office from the Hobson building into the Burnam building over E Deatherage Co For 5ale Pure bred Plymoth Rock eRgs for set ting purposes All eggs are selected and carefully packed before shipping 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs mch5 4t D A McConu Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky NcwLLTraln- The new train on the L N is still being talked of and it is hoped it will be put on soon An early train irom the North would be of great advantage to Richmond and the people here should make an effort to secure it Revenue Collections Revenue collections of this district office for the month of February were divided as follows list 11CG1 beer 861ipiritsl7S7S893 cigars 139 50 case S16 tobacco S19440 specials a3575 documentary 27321 total 17802854 Garrard Lady Honored Mrs lv R Yantis a native of Lan caster Ky has been appointed by the Governor of Arkansas as one of the women commissioners from that State to the St Louis Worlds Fair Mrs Yantis has been a resident of Bebee Ark for twelve years WANTED Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good opening for the right man Kindly give goodreference when writing The A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps mcti5 Gt A Curiosity Elby Hill of the Forest Hill vicinity who is S7 years old has n curiosity in the ehape of a oofliu that he made twentyfive years pgo Mr Hill made the coffin to be buried in It is made from one inch black walnut and for the past twentyfive years he has used it as a wheat bin A Dcli htfnl Entertainment Miss Eva L Dunning who has a national reputation as a dramatic rea der will give an elocutionary entertainment at the Court House Friday night April io Tho entertainment will be under the auspices of the Odd Fellows Lodge Wiss Dunning will be assisted by local talent and the occasion prom ises to be the greatest treat of the sea JIi Kafcinj Great Preparations The Electricians have been at work at the Opera House for two lays get ting renly for Faust tonight One hundred extra lights have been put on the stage and a great many other im provements nude so that now every tiling is in readiness for the great play This is the greatest attraction of the Benson and the managers are to be com mended for securing it Saddlery Harness and farmess sup plies at J T Moberlevs at a reduction for SO daya McClintocks stand on Main street 2Gfeb4t A Nev Street The city council at its last meeting Thursday night took final action on the proposition recently made to tIme I O 0 F Lodge in regard to buying the right of way for IL street between Main and Water Streets The city offered the Lodge 1000 for a strip along the alley In oder to make the alley the same width as the street One of the conditions is that the Lodge erect a G000 building on the lower side of the lot Bit Eagle Killed M A Brandenburg of Clark county last week killed a golden eagle on the farm of Howard Hampton that mesa tired six feet and tell inches from tip totrpotltswings Of time American variety of birds the golden eagle is the largefet and quite rare The bird was bought by DL Fondle toe who sent it to Cincinnati to be mounted Ended by Compromise The long litigation of L H Stevens with the United States Government has been settled and the transfer of the property has been made The suit which was over nine acres of land has been in the courts for many months The land lies near J3o6ncsboro and was condemned by the Government lobe used for the building of a Jock on tho Kentucky river tho appraisers in charge assessing the value at 1100 Stevens wanted 2000 for the property and the Federal Court compromised fixing the damage Bt 1650 which amount the Federal Government has ordered paid ovflr to Stevens Uhd orjgliiallj cost him Ss f Dr Harry M BJahton Dentist Of fice over Middle ton drug store July 17tf Fait Wiggins Bros have secured this ex cellent organization for Wednesday evening March 12 The company is headed bv Mr Hubert Labadie as Me phisto anti Mary Van Tromp as Mar guerite with an excellent company of artists in their support Mr Labadie carries two complete sots of scenery for this great playone set for cities and one set for small stages and a prO- duction complete in overy detail is guaranteed to all patrons A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days nun tion sale in the jewelry line and have disposed of all my Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean tock of watch cs diamonut and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large stock I Inure became accustomed to giving goods away at half prices and it is now no hardship to mo to sell you any thing in my line twenty per cent less than von will be able to get tho same any place in the United States Respectfully 3ni D P Armor Mail Carriers Examination Mr H G Rising special agent of the Post Office Department wa4 here last Thursday to hold an examination for rural mail carriers In the afternoon he and Postmaster Wallace drove over the proposed route from this city to Clays Ferry and around by the Red House pike After going over the whole of the proposed route Mr Rising refused to recommend it stating as the cause that it was necessary to cross an un bridged stream It is thought that the matter will be reconsidered There was no examination Thursday night as advertised There were however about ten applicants for the position of carrier Patent Secured Dr Welby W Burgin was granted a patent on ingenious little invention last week which will no doubt put him on the shady side of Easy street It is a chipblowing attachment for the dentalengine and by using it the den tist ran drill ont n cavity and prepare for a filling and at the same time keep the cavity clear of chfps and filings It not only saves much time but it enables the operator to see exactly what he is doing all the time TIme chip blower is a thing that dentists have sought fora long tune and Dr Bnrgins solution of the problem will doubtless be hailed with joy by the profession Now that the patent has been secured the instrument will be tut 01 the market right away Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the pretent year that it hums determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illuminating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to S175 BSyBut 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 month at the ofDce or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 ISXil dec 4 tf Time public citizens of Richmond will have an opportunity Ito seea great play Wednesday March 12 when Faust will be produced at time Op era House Everything will be float class Beautiful scenery elegant costumes etc brilliant and dazzling ightg Prices 25 50 75 anti SI A Nice Compliment Col George A Lewis of the Frank fort Roundabout says While on a recent visit to Richmond we had the pleasure of smoking some of the best cigars in this State They Are known as the Prnndennlal after- a Richmond club of that name of which Senatorelect Jas B McCreary is Presi dont and our genial young friend Clarence E Wood is the Secretary These cigars are manufactured by the Central Kentucky Cigar Manufactory of which Dr C IL Vaught is the Pres- Ident and Col J Stone Walker is a director They are finely flavored smoke freely and are just the kind that touch the right point ia a smoker such as we are They soil at ten cents straight but they are cmpaticnlly worth it to any man who really enjoys a smoke A Good Show Tho Palmer scenic production of Ten Nights in a Bar Room which domes to the new Opera House next Saturday March 15 must be a good per formance judging from all the favora ble press reports It is receiving We clip the following from the Arkansas Gazette the leading paperoL the State of Arkansas as well as the g ttii Ten Nights in a Bar Room rr nn old play but it is the best of Its TiSk tjfat was ever produced It is a temperance sermon none better was ever de livered in time pulpit of any church Palmers spectacular production of this play was given last night at the Capital theatre The 6aloonsrin the vicinity of time Capital theatre had set Uteir free lunches but there wore none to partake of them Those who went to the Capital theatre last night re ttiained in their beats when the curtain fell upon an act No one bad any de sire togo out and tseo a man There are many who are frequenters of saloons who are disposed to ridicule the play Ten Night in a Bar Room and they have a right to do so because of its presentation by inferior companies No one who saw the performance last night had any criticism to offer against it Mr Palmer gives the production for all it Is worth He has staged It for tho purpose of doing all the good with it be can It is a spectacular pro duction of the great play which practi illustrates the evil of the drink habit Every mother every wifs ini the world endorses the lesson taught in Ten Nights in a Bar Room Timers is no company on the road that pro duces the play better thaI Palmers lou liyhts in a Bar Room is ono ol the best temperance sermons that was ever delivered and foolish is the motb er who does not insist on her husband taking his son to witness it The youth of to day who will go to see Palmers Ten Nights in a Bar Roomwillsavcr themselves perhaps taking the Keeley cure The best grades of Jellieo and Brush Creek cools grain feed seedJcorn- andceoiiintfeblSin Letet kWitt L NEW OPERA HOUSE Handsome Building to be Erected by Mason Lodge No 14 I O 6 F Our cherished dream of years is about to be realized The new Opera House about which much has been said and for which all have longed will proba bly be erected as soon as spring opens Recently as tins been stated the city bought of Madison Lodge No 14 I 0 O F the right of way for B street be tween Main and Water streets provid ed the lodge would erect a building on the corner of the new street The lodge has decided to expend about 8000 on the building and to a handsome three story brick structure will be erected which will be a valuable addition as well as an ornament to the city Be sides having ample room for the lodge the new building will contain a large and conveniently arranged auditorium which will have a seating capacity of 800 or 1000 persons No pains will be spared to make the building second to none in Central Kentucky and one of which our citizens may be justly proud The location is a very good one be ing only one square from the business centre of town Richmond is a splen did show town and with another thor oughly uptodate opera house there is no reason why the best plays may notbe attracted here Tho Odd Fel lows are to be congratulated on the enterprising spirit they have displayed initaking advantage of this opportunity for a good investment A Success The rummage sale conducted by the ladies of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary last week was a decided success Although time weather was very bad the ladies kept at it faithfully until by Saturday night the rummage stock was exhausted The Court slay dinner and sale together netted about 200 FrandennUl Cub The Prandennial Club was entertained last Thursday night by Mr Clarence E Woods There were sixteen members and guests of the club present An elegant supper was served at Joes after which the discussion was held at time State Bank Trust Building The question was Has Kentucky advanced in tho last Decade All the members joined in the discussion which was interesting anti instructive The next meeting of the club will be held with Mr T J Smith 10000 Acres Leased in Estill Estill county bids fair to become one of the most active fields in the oil in dustry in Kentucky During the laet few months a large number of capital ists have been watching that section iv itn great interest Mr and Mrs Phil Clifton of Lexington recently spent several weeks in Irvine and while their they secured leases on ten lions andacres of land It is said that a company will he formed at once tc work the territory Their leases are adjacent to the rich fields of Menifee county Oil experts hold that the Bath county fields extend over into Estill and if this is true the outlook for our neighbor is very flattering No Boom A Danville writer boasts that his town is going to have a building boom this year based on the probability of eight or ten houses being built the ensuing year to which the Winchester Democrat adds that Winchester erected over one hundred buildings last year at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars and the prospect are equally for 1902 and all without a buildinir boom either We may join our sister bv saying that more than one hundred buildings were erected here last season without a boom and probably twice the neon her are planned for this summer We are not having a boom and dont want one but for steady growth and good business wo are hard to head Letter of Inquiry Mrs C D Chenault Regent of Daniel Boone chapter D A R requests us to publish the following letter of inquiry If any reader of the CLIMAX can furnish information on the subject he would confer a great favor by writingJMrs C D Chenault 11 Fay ette Park Lexington Ky Dupont Indiana February 10 3902 DEAR MADAM Will you tell mo something about James Guthrie a rev olutionary soldier who lived in Garrard county and died about 1840 and is bur ied near Paint Lick church Also what year was he born and what was his wifes maiden name Was he the father of William Brown Guthrie who wab born in 1786 and married Mary Craw ford Can you tell me anything about Ralph Whitsett of Kentucky who was a revolutionary soldier If you can not tell me this please refer mo to some one who can Please accept thanks in advance for these favors Sincerely yours Mrs W A Guthrie Chapter Regent Kentucky Division U C V The Reunion of Confederate Veter ansVill be hold in Dallas Texas this year and in point of attendance will be the largest ever held The Kentucky division will go in a body and will doubtless make the finest showing of any having during the past year accomplished more than any other State in the South The Kentucky Division United Con federate Veterans is composed of 63 Camps and the officers Generals and Staffare as follows Maj General J M Poyutz Rich mond Ky Brig Gen Jas R Rogers 1st Brig aria Paris Ky Brig Gen J B Brlggs 2d BrI nd- cRussevllloIy Brig Gen John H Leathers 3d Brigade Louisville Ky Brig Gen Geo B Taylor 4th Brig add Nicholasrille Ky Col Bennett H Young Adjt Gen and Chief of Staff Louisville Ky Lieut Col L S Hardin Assist Adjt Gen Louisville Ky Lieut Col Harry Weissinger In spector len Louisville Ky Lieut Col Henry George Quarter master Gen Wingo Ky Lieut Col C L Dantry Commissary Gen Bristow Ky Lieut Col Jas H Hazplrigg Judge Advocate Frankfort Ky Lieut Col Chas Mann Surgeon Ad vocate Nicholasville Ky Lieut Col R M Collier Chief of Artillery Cynthiana Ky Lieut Col E M Green D D Chief Chaplain Danville Ky ILieut Col James Blackburn Chief of Ordnance Spring Station Ky payrrr Lieut Col Tlios M Barker Chief of Engineers Kennedy KY Force of habit has a good doal to do with the Way sOme people go th loving each other PERS9NAL Dr E P Smith of Louisville was at home last week Col Sam H Stoneof LcmlsvIllehas- been in the city several days Dr Park Gardner of Irvine visited friends in the cltylast Wednesday Vies J W Pearson of New York is the guest of Mrs Coleman Neff Mrs James B Me Crcaiy is the guest of Mrs B 0 Rodes in Danville Mrs 11 C Rice has returned from Paris where she visited Mr F B Carr Miss Margaret Chenault was the guest of relatives in Lexington last weekMrs C D Chenault has returned to Lexington after a visit to friends in this city Miss Elizabeth Taylor has returned from an extended visit to friends in LebanonHon Curtis F Bnrnam came up from Frankfort Saturday to spend a few days at home Mrs J T McClintock and little daughter are visiting relatives in Bourbon county Mrs Elizabeth Miller has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs James Win iti Winchester Mr Thomas H Pickets visited his brother George W PickeJs Jr in Lexington last week Miss Belle Graves has returned to her home in Versailles after a visit to Mr S Neville Moberley Mrs Eugenia Hume and Dr E F hums left Monday for Ashville where they will spend several weeks Miss Tevis Carpenter lisa returned to her home in Stanford after a pleasant visit to Miss Emily Chenault Miss Florrie Chenault and Miss Eli zabeth Taylor have returned from a visit to Miss Kit Chenault in Lexing ton f Mrs M J Glass who has been the guest of Mrs Sebastian on Third street left Monday for her home in Califor niaMiss Alberta Anderson bf Garrard county was the guest of Mr Thomas Anderson at Hotel Glyndon several days last week Mrs Mary Thompson of Richmond is expected in a few days to bo the guest of her aunt Miss Mary Keale Lexington Democrat Mrs Erank Walton of Allensville Ky and Mrs Will Ware of Trenton Ky sister and sisterinlaw of Mrs C H Vanght are the guests of Dr and Mrs Vauglit Col George A Lewis Grand Gener alissimo ot the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar in Kentucky was in the city last Tuesday to inspect the Richmond Commandery Mrs John Skain will entertain at cards this afternoon at the Leland Ho Ul in honor of Miss Mollie Fife of Richmond the guest ot Mrs George Land Herald March 4th Mr an Mrs Corry ton M Woodbury of Middlesboro Ky have been for some days the guests of Mrs John Harvie McDowell and her son at the Lenox Washington Notes Courier JournalDr Wilkes Smiths many friends were glad to greet him Monday after noon He came down town for the first time since Jhis long illness and it was a source of great pleasure to see him out He will be in his office regu larly in a few days The Iriends of Mr John H Wallace will be glad to learn that he has been promoted to the position of assistant cashier of the Carter Dry Goods Co of Louisville He has been with the houee but little more than a year and his rapid advancement shows in what esteem he is held Mr and Mrs Sam P Death erase entertained at dinner Tnesday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Z T Rice Those present were Mr and Mrs Rice Mr and Mrs R E Turley Mr and Mrs Charles Higgins Mrs Annie Shropsbire Wallace Miss Bessie Tur ley and Mr John H Arnold- A Washington dispatch of the 4th says Senatorelect James B McCrea ry of Richmond is in the city for aI few days to argue a cave in time Court of Claims He takes his seat in time upper branch of Congress one year from to day This is the first visit the Senator has made to Washigton since his election In the Riggs House tonight Senator McCreary was the recipient of hearty congratulations on his recent election Mr H H Fowler Traveling Passen ger agent for the Illinois Central and Mr Howard Jolly Traveling Parson ger ajjent for the Choctaw Oklahoma Gulf were in the city Thursday There are not two more popular men on any road than they and during their stay here they won many friends who will always hail theircoming with gladness We might state that before leaving they secured time transporta tion of the Kentucky Division to U cV Reunion at Dallas over their roads In speaking of Mr S V Rowlands long business career in Danville the Advocate says Mr Rowland who is now seventyone years of age still manages the business of the Pitman Coal Mining Company of Laurel county He now enjoys splendid health and attends to his work as closely as in his younger years Fifty years ago he owned and edited a paper in Richmond It was known as the Weekly Messenger He sold the publication to Mr James M Shack chord an uncle of Capt James T Shackelford who was formerly located in Danville and Mr Shackelford in turn sold it to Mr R H Johnson now of Illinois RELIGIOUSI Lenten devotions at the Catholic church Thursday evening at 745 oclock Rev William Crowe of Frankfort has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church of Lewisbnrg West Virginia The Baptist Church of Georgetown hasvextended a call to Dr E P Pol lard of Washington to the pastoral charge of the church Dr Pollard is pastor of the First Baptist Church at Washington and a professor in Colum bia University Kev Mr Sturgill pastor of tho Methodist churches at College Hill and Bvbeetown closed a successful meeting at Bybeetown last Sunday There were a number of additions to both churches Elder J W Bardi got Winchester has been called to the pastorate of the Antioch Christian Church Estill coun tyLast Sunday a certain Sunday school in Danville bad for a lesson the Isreal lbs crossing the Red Sea The prima ry teacher askod her pupils what do you think way the first thing these pee pie did after pasaln g safely thrOugh the COVINGTON BANKS Leaders Clothing Shoes Hats and Genf Furnishings OF ALL KINDS It has always been the steadfast purpose of this firm to raise the standard of their merchandise rather than to deal in Shoddy for the sake of mere smallness in price And each season has found them selling to a con stantly increasing number of customers stronger and better values than ever before This policy has pushedIthem to the v- eryFront Rank of Mens Outfitters ii Not satisfied however with their past to their patronsthey have determined on still better for the future And the coming season will find Their Assortment the Largest Their Standards the Highest When in need of anything by Man or youll likely find exactly what you want in the large stock 5 kept by f ili I sea Ono little fellow who was very attentive in a most enthusiastic way answered They whooped and liol lercd The teacher also asked what kind of a vehicle Phaioah rode in Af ter looking at the picture the very prompt answer was a dump cart Danville Advocate MATRIMONIALMonaisCovtaMart and Miss Ollie Cole both of this county WITH married last VednesJim- yRTcLIFFCuAMnEttsRobert Rat cliff and Miss Mollie Chambers both of this county were married in this city Thursday CLEMOXSJOXES Robert demons anti Miss Margaret Ann Jones well known people of Berea were united in marriage at the brides home last Thurs dayFITCIIKAXATZAB It Fitch and Mrs Susan Jane Kanatzar both of whom reside rt Whitlock this county were married at the home of the bride last Thursday morningP- REWITTPBEWITT David J Prewitt of Cottonburg this county and Miss Mary Prewitt of1eatereville Garrard county were married at the home of the brides father last Tiursd- ayBIRTHS Mr audMrs Dave Vandeveer are rejoicing over the arrival of a 12pound daughterTo wife of Carl Todd of Knoxville Tenn Friday March 7 a daugh ITo7 a daughter DEATHS BOUTOX Mrs Tabitha Burton aged 35 died at her home near Salem this county last Wednesday after a short illness Burial in the Salem church yardFzrAzmnioMr Charles Frazier a well known young farmer died at his home near Elliston Thursday after a short illness He leaves a wife and four chil dren to mourn his loss The burial took place at the Gilbert burying groundGnDYlIr Patrick Grady died at the home of his sister Mrs J M ElITe on the Summit Thursday March 6 af ter a long and painful illness Ills father and brother and sister survive him Mr Grady was a native of Mad isou county and was about fortylive years of age Several years ago Mr Grady was in business in this city re tiring after he had accumulated quite a fortune He leaves a large circle of friends to mourn hits loss The remains were taken to Lexington for burial FridayWILLISblrs S W Willis wife of Squire William Willis died at her home on the Barnes mill pike Wed nesday March 5 Mrs Willis was a native of this county and was about sixtytwo years of age She was a true and upright Christian woman and much loved for her many beautiful traits of character Mrs Willis was for many years n member of the poud Christian church She was widely connected in time county and leaves a large circle ofrelatives to mourn her loss FREEMAN Died at his home one mile of Huntsville on Wednesday Feb 12 ol a complication of diseases Uncle FantFreemanashe familiarly known in his 67th year of age Funeral servo ices were held at 11 oclock a in Thursday morning at the Christian Church by Rev Arnold Lindsley Pastor after which the remains were interred in time city Cemetery of this place The confessed his Savior about two weeks previous to his death and bore evidence since that time that ho was a changed man at heart He was how ever a man of strong likes and dislikes brave and selfreliant and it can truly be said of him that no one was ever more true to a friend He leaves a wife one married son and daughter and one single daughter to mourn his loss Huntsville Mo News Deceased was a native of Estill county and has manv relatives in that county who will regret to bear of his deathBooasThe announcement of the death of Mr James T Boggs late Sat urday afternoon threw a gloom over the whole town such as is not often felt Mr Boggs had been ill of fever about three weeks and although it was known for several days that his friends had almost given up all hopes of his recovery the announcement of his death came as a great shock Mr Boggs was the son of J S and Mary E Boggs and was about thirtyfour years of age He wits graduate of Central University making n record in certain departments of that institution which has never been excelled For several years alter leaving college he perved as County Surveyor About jhre years ago Mr Boggs was married to Miss Alleen Jackson of this city who with one child survives him He was a man of very quiet gentle manners and one who wag universally loVed He was a consistent member of the Chris J r t Are things LowesttiIoffered people Madison County COVINGTON BANKS ix XeXe1tl JBI I j T IIELDER m 1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING STOCK OF ri Carpets Mattings i RugsWhich is opened for at prices that defy A lr You are invited to come and inspect same f f ff r I f We secured a bargain in a few hundred nicely decorated Jardiniereswh- ich we offer at onethird less than it to make them 23 29 35 30 and 45c iPi Dont wait it wont last long Cant get any more D tl kJt inspection competition wWe prettiestlimme Shoes ANOTHER LOT Remnant EmbroIderies lH h L 4 and 61 yard pieces now on you will save money about regular price Dont fail to ook over them India Linens 5 6 p18i 121 and 20c fail to see our new Percales and hIysq Madras Cloth for ShIrt Waists f EI aan Respectfully Submitted 4 to the Cash Trade tian church and was a man who showed in his life that he was trying to fol low his Masters footsteps In his death the county loses a valuable citizen The funeral services were held at the house Monday afternoon after which the interment in the Richmond Cern etery The services Were conducted by Rev Hugh McLellan The active pallbearers were Messrs John Turley G B Turley Jr Edgar Turley Ab Sparks Edgar Doty and Prof H H Brock Time honorary pallbearers welt Messrs Tom Arnold James Dykes C e Wallace Z T Rice B C PotIS G G Prewitt W L Crntcher and E Deatherage The Best Guesser The ground hog doesnt draw salary but lie made tho United States Weath er Bureau look like 30 cents Win chester Democrat When a lucky man gets it his head that he is a great man he is due to lose his luck DO YOU WANT To sell your REAIE iVTi 11 M IKl or COAL STOCK OK GOOUs 1 O YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with the particulars as I may be able to help you Address JM N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly From saving cornell having but not as quickly as It cornea from grab biug at everything in sight Sme people are better when they are sick than at any other lime One Box Cures Eczema I had a very Severn casb of eczema ann tried several remedies given me by diflerent druggists but did not give mo satisfaction Mr Eymann recommended your Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me Instant relief and ont box cured me of the desease nOijcar Schilling Warsaw 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+ tA r hoj f are showing timo of I SHOLSw- e ji1 ever load Infants Shoes JOe up MissesIShoes We to 125 Boys Shoes 75c to 150 Mens SI to 4 Ladies Shoos 75c to i E r 350iA W- OF sale 4 10 15 Dot a a i article s i We are dailv receiving our complete Spring Goods which willatbe respectIn have the best stock wo have ever shown and at prices to suit you II lDomesticspricesWe Corsets ir iHlchmondE V ELDERIIIIIit CeIeB f k t7J 7f 7 It 7 7f 4 If you dont owe anything r Y i7I7r7I J i 4ts else you owe protection to a possible widowa 5 debt that may fall due anytimeand you owe u a support to the old man your are sure to be if afN you dont die too soon And the best way to provide for both of these debts is through a M policy with the f 1 +++++++++++i Mutual Life Insurance Co of Ky I 7f 7r 7F = 7F tJ 7fJ Its New Perfection Policy or its Three Per 1uc Cent Gold Endowment Bond Give us a call aliJ C BECK JR Special Agent State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky sa 7I I7171 71 000Nw STOREOOO Let us 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wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption HayFeverPleurisyThroat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE WO PAY Prlco EOo 31 Trial Bottle Free u 4 = PMt =r = CC1cC I an agent for the Page Wire Fence too aDDIIWJersey IIJ it way Seal them by the new quIck a Refined ParotHno lias j no taste or odor Is 9 air tight and acid I ways about tho house Full directions with each cake Sold everywhere Made by STANDARD OIL rV 10 you eat This contains all of the and digests all kinds ol food Itgives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The can take it By Its use many of have been cured else failed Is for the stomach Child ren with weak thrive on it First dose relieves all only by E Chicago The fl butUu wnta1nsSS times tllC Wc1i1za fur le by Perry Thuiua nup u ION in EI =U Pa P R R to = YArd have ben ttiilargrd an i retu ranged It fa the Hoareftt point to the Etern market Best point Kasi of the fur New all litatern markets Good buyer always fur export cattle ant all other kinds of stock for C muii wii firms given prompt attention 18Uclv IAny veteran who the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he 71i11 send us his name and address and the name 4 and address of the Camp to which he belongs Itl ty Ar = r tI O r rrE SMITH Pres F E BAIRD Sec and j L M WARE General Manager J o i The BEST because g will make you the Aifn4P4iwiVe adr JJl1fi Kjd 1 Dyspepsia Digests what preparation digestants mostsenslUe stomachs thousands dyspeptics aftereverythinK uneUiied stomachs stomach troubles Prppanii iJrWiTTCo Th1CE TE ALWAYS wpzar- E411 CfUIUOIU S JWiTHOUT AOOlTIiA yourJelly waybyJ appliedI qure Adietunnecessar- yGares bthi price than jtherso Lower same WHY NOT GT7HE biEST Pittsbnrg Central Stock Yards Pittburg Offer Superior Advantage Shippers dMtrtrMitine MiisslipI IScltimoro Uaaliing Philadelphia Yrtrtfand ctieudanre CofUixanMHitfi Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonneil Genl Mgr A Free Picture of OeBoLee contemplates attending 1Y1LIfc TreasJ TAB Joran araIy uroy IftJt Most Money WI It is BEST because fthere is no high ratio 3 r1for J business on our hBooks t ttI J C1 plete an Investment in The Jeffer tson than in any other Company 1itJrheJe ouvlrtuallyJferoon teNEW and undorU Weekl7 Contract can 5ei1 Orc end Floor JDIIIss every Itth week itttrlai will vroe the wisdom of an Investment In The JeHenon 1 r11QME OFICE c No 22 N UpperSt LEXINGTON KY b r j I JL TRIBUTE TO NOBLE LIFE Court of Special Seaileni at Iferr Turk Honor Memory of lira R S Fos ter n PrUon Mlnlonary Out of respect for the memory of Mrs Rebecca Salome Footer whohad for many years ministered to women prisoners in the Tombs and who was burned to death in the Park Avenue hotel fire the court of special sessions at Sew York city adjourned the other day after placing upon the record a tribute to her life and character On motion of District Attorney Jerome the court decided to ad journ after the disposal of the reg ular prison cases before the judges The district attorney paid an elo quent tribute to Mrs Fosters memory as did also Justice Holbrook of the court District Attorney Jerome saidIf it please your honor Within a few weeks and in a territory but little more than amile in length and a few hundred feet in widths in the heart of thIs great city there have occurred three appalling disasters In the early morning of February 22 there came the last of thesethe fire at the Park Avenue hotel There the hand of death touched Rebecca Salome Foster For many years she came and went among us with but a single purpose That men might rJs on stepping stones Of their dead selves to higher thine There is a word which is seldom used To us who in the administra tion of the criminal law are daily brought into contact with the misfortunes and sin of humanity it seems almost a lost word It is the word holy In all that that word means to Englishspeaking peoples it seems to me that it could be applied to her She was indeed a holy woman Jt hardly becomes us to do might else than to testify in reverent si lence our love and respect I move this honorable court that when it has disposed of the eases on its calendar where the defendants are in prison that it adjourn for the day in respect for the memory of Hcbecca Salome Foster and that a suitable minute be spread upon the records LOYAL TO ILLINOIS SchoolTeacher Wile Would Sot Marry In St Iouln and So Was Wed on End IlrldKe Mrs Fannie Carlson of Chicago was married to Prof C B Greenup- a wellknown St Louis educator in an automobile while crossing the Mississippi river on the Hades bridge the other day because she felt that she ought to be loyal to the state of Illinois where she has lived for 20 yearsMrs Carlson a school teacher was visiting St Louis on an educational mission when she met Prof Greenup who proposed marriage Mrs Carl son accepted stipulating that the wedding must occur in Illinois- It was impossible for Prof Green up to visit Chicagofor the ceremony and the plan as carried out was finally decided on When the party Composed of friends of the groom anti a minister had passed half way over the bridge the driver rang the gong as a signal and the ceremony was performed while the automobile was running at a lively rate toward the Illinois shore TO DRAIN LAKE FOR GEMS Eiiclluli Syndicate Which Confident ly Hvi ccl to Secure Fntinloni AVenllli In Central America IThe parliamentary correspondent of Daily Mail says that sev- ern members of parliament have formed a syndicate to recover the jew els and gold in the sacred lake in Co lombia Central America which is 011cnnoIlumboidt speaks of emeralds depos ited in this lake worth millions of pounds and Indians continue to find stones and gold by the waters edge after storms The Spaniards made ef forts to drain the lake 300 years ago but their engineering appliances were defectiveThe syndicate is attacking the lake from beneath its basin A tun nel has been cut and a shaft will be made to tap the lake with screens to catch any stones that may be dis lodged and rifles of mercury to arrest the gold Girl Kill Wolf and Saves Dog In a fierce struggle with a large gray wolf Miss Ethel Hoover of Le shepherdher home from possible injury The beast belonging to one of the numerous packs of the cattle ranges crossed the Missouri river on the ice and entering the yard of Miss Hoov ers home attacked the dog The snappingfoughtdog was nearly exhausted Miss Hoover rushed from her home with a hatchet and ran up to the strug gling beasts The wolf turned and attacked her but she struck the beast on the head killing it instantly An Outnur Student Students at an Ohio college hazed a new man the other night by gagging and blinding him and then dropping him 20 feet down a coal hole Yet says the Chicago IlecordHerald jokeSomeHer Motive An American lady has broken her engagementto marry a French count and the Chicago IlecordHerald re marks that she must know of a marquise who is in the market o T Ask a healthy woman rvxS what the would sell her health for andshe would tell you that the choicest Wamondsm the world U1 could not buy it Wha- tinse for diamondrings to 1 shrunken fingers or carvings to light bydiseaserequisitetoillhealth in women lias its origin in local womanly deaes- Cure the of the delicate generalThe remarkable benefits ex perienced from the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription perfeetIt establishes regularity dries weakening henls inflam mation and ulceration and cures female weakness bebethe merits of Dr Pierres Favorite Prescription and his GoVien Medical ofDallasaflttseeingan early stage of roamed life I was periOdsrendered me y weak mod unfit for work of any kind I became so thin there was nothing left of me but skin and bone My husband became Fawritewonderful effects of thatC1Ie be got me two more and after t used those up there was no more pttja and I bo gsa to gala in flesh very fapidly I Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong women well no snl stinte for the medicine which tqorka won dexsiifor wcak J ITHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY A Great Fight Over the School Book Measure Frankfort March ISenateBlits passed Friday Providing for appointment of school trustees where vacan des occur providing that a mans homestead shall be exempt if it is pur chased with the money of a homestead sold by the same man to punish per sons who gather in crowds for the purpose of drinking and horse swapping near a church appropriating 15000 for a dormitory at the state colored normal school and changing the name of that Institution to the col ored normal and industrial school House Bills passed To preventI the docking of horses And alty of fine of from 100 to 500 and imprisonment in the county Jail from SO to 90 days The measure provides against the shipment of horses out ol the state for the purpose and afterward bringing them back to authorize real estate title insurance companies to In vest 33 13 per cent Instead of 20 pei cent as under the present law of their minimum capital stock in books maps and other Instruments to amend the law regulating real estate title to n surance companies by providing that In counties of less than 75000 population such companies shall have 25 000 capital not less than 150000 in counties of more titan TSOX popula tion and not less than 150000 in coun ties of 100000 population or over Frankfort March 3SenateThe senate devoted Its whole session Sat urday to consideration of the reports of the prison investigating committee Bills passed To authorize the govern or to appoint circuit judges In cases where the regular Judge can not sit and the parties to the suit can not agree over a special judge to allow a county owning Its turnpikes to con demn land for stone quarries HouseAfter a prolonged debate the result of which was a foregone conclusion the house passed a bill providing for the establishment of a state schoolbook commission and the arbitrary regulation of the price ol school books The bill which was passed Is with a few slight changes identical wiU the Hickman senate bill which was turned down by the senate committee on education by a vote of 6 to 4 Frankfort March 4SenateThefight over the school book bill occu pies the center of the legislative stage to the exclusion of all other matters The bill was reported from the lowei to the upper house Monday and will come before that body Tuesday for reference to a committee The question of striking out the evidence per tion of the minority of the prisons committee on the investigation of the Frankfort penitentiary came before the senate and by a vote of 21 to 11 that body refused to accept the evidence The Farris county unit local option bill will be disposed of by the senate Tuesday The whisky repre sentatives are confident of defeating the bil- lHouseThe house passed the sen ate bill placing interurban electric roads on the same basis as steam roads with an amendment striking out that section which have the right ofIday and also the confederate soldiers home bill The Renick bill requiring railroads to charge freight tariff only for the actual contents of a car and not for the whole capacity of the car was made a special order for Tuesday as were the bills regulating the killing of game A number of bills were giv en their second reading Frankfort March 5SenateThe billIthe seat of state government to either Louisville or Lexington was killed in the senate Tuesday by a vote of 23 to 13 The senate adopted the bill regu latins investment companies requiring every such corporation now doing business in this state within 90 days after the passage of the act to deposit with the state treasurer the total amount of Its paid up capital stock and if said paid up capital stock shall not amount to 15000 it shall deposit In addition thereto enough of the reserve fund to make 15000 in cash or in bonds or mortgages lien notes or deeds of trust or unencumbered real estate within the state of Ken tucky worth 50 per cent more than the sum loaned thereon HouseThe house passed the Cole man senate bill establishing a home for indigent confederate soldiers It was adopted by a vote of 76 to 1 It goes to the governor for approval Chairman Baird of the revenue taxa tion committee reported the revenue bill to the house It was made a special order for consideration by the body at 11 oclock next Thursday and for consideration from day to day un til finally disposed of The house passed the Tompkins bill regulating the practice of embalming The house at the afternoon session adopted bills retaliatory to Ohio Illinois and Indi ana relative to hunting game The bUls require nonresidents to have a license costing 25 annually and prohibits its carrying of quail out of Ken tucky after the hunt One of the bills prohibits for two years the killing of quail In Kentucky for the purpose of sale Expenses of the Delegates Owensboro Ky March 3At a meeting of the executive board of United Mine Workers it was ordered that the expenses of the delegates to the convention which meets here Monday be paid out of funds in the hands of the district treasurer Shot and Fatally Wounded Lexington Ky March 3JohnGaInes shot and fatally wounded Bru tus Sutherland Sunday evening the result of a wrestling match Bad feeling developed and Gaines used his gun They are colored John Powers Escape MIddlesboro Ky March 4It Is re ported here that John Powers brother of exSecretary of State Caleb Powers and who is under Indictment on a charge of conspiring in the assassina tion of William Goebel Is in Honduras Central Ameri- ceWhatisHome Without a Newspaper- What is home without a newspaper has been asked again To the best of our knowledge it is a place where old rags are stuck in the win dows cats sleep in the flour barrels chickens und goslins parade the kitchen floor children wipe their nose on their sleeves the wife chops the wood milks the cows plows corn goes to the mill and a hundred other things while her husband loafs on the street corners whittles on goods boxes and cries hard times till a late hour when he sets off his perch snsaks home with tho gable end of his trousers ripped and raises cain with his wile because her ancestors were not millionaires Harrodsburg Saying Among all the articles that have been published about Prince Henry and his visit none lies shown such personal knowledge of the man hid character and his family relation aS that by Mr Poultney Blgelow which appears in The Outlook for March Mr Bijje low knew the Sailor Prince as he calls him when the two were twygnnd he found him then as he is now pym pathetic simple and courteous Prince Henry says this winter is a sailor not of the parade kind but of tho Dewey and Farragut model A friend In need is a frienLwhio- usually wants to borrow a fiver It may sound luuny but the load maktc the cargo before the train starts i i 1 CIGAEETTES BARRED Northwestern Academy Students Warned by Head of School Low Record of Thom Wlio Smoke Compel Action In Interest of Doya Students Slant Stop Smoking or Quit the School Students in the preparatory depart ment of Northwestern university at Evanston Ill are invited to either stop smoking cigarettes or leave thO school There is no uncertainty about the invitation and so thoroughly has it been considered that arrangements have been made to pay back to those who choose the way of the piper pipe the money that they have paid as ad vanes tuition The matter was very clearly laid lie fore the students the other morning at the academy chapel exercises by Herbert F Fisk professor of peda gogy and principal of the preparatory department I have made an arrangement by which your money will be refunded said Prof Fisk We do not want you ns students if you insist upon smoking cigarettes Some of the failures in the recent semesler examinations arc directly traceable to cigarette Brook ing and one young man has been brave heIIcaused great uneasiness among the too boys at the chapel serv ices and the girls and young women looked first nt the principal of the academy and then at the other side of the room where the boys were seated One of ymir number continued majorItcigarettes but I nni inrlinrd to think that he is mistaken Some of you dv however and the marks uf u cigarette smoker are quite evWcnr It is n matter of record Hunt four JmnnIsemester exnniinntintin use cigar ettes This should be illneIenough to induce any boy consider the matter to quit nt once It is the testimony of many physi claims that smoking of nny kind is inijurious to the youth anti I do know of any who will not say that cigarette smoking works harm to the boy Xo cigarette smoker is in very good standing in this school We are willing to help any hey who wishes to stop smoking anti quittobOJsiacademy only one is 1 cigarette smoker while 57 per cent of the 75 boys who stand lowest in their classes are cigarette smokers I beg of you boys to quit the habit at onceALL RAIL ROUTE TO ASIA Capitnll li1 lnrlor Cur Trip from California til Tlinicln In Five Year From San Francisco to St Peters burg brail in twelve days in parlor voyagetbalightersThis DtnvlrInndeXllorllS who have completed the preliminary work anti have arranged to start the building of the TransAlaskan railroad on April 13 This line which will be S30 miles in length will open up one of the richest countries in the world More in teresting and spectacular than that is the certainty of its making what will he practically an allrail route to AsiaD S Granger a Seattle capitalist who was for many years connected with the Burlington road anti J C Cornforth of Denver and Skaguay have spent the past five years on the project STEAM CARRIAGES IN LONDON The Old Cluiiixy TivoIIor p Omnl luep Are Supplniitril liy New Vehicle Those clumsy and lumbering but withal picturesque vehicles which are the wonder of every visitor to London will not much longer be al lowed to enjoy a monopoly of Lou dons narrow streets The twohorse omnibus has had its day Even London is awakening to that fact The Strand was invaded time other CiuaringCrosslooked curiously out of place amid the procession one is accustomed to see there The new omnibus went down Whitehall to Scotland Yard where it was inspected for a license The vehicle is a type of those which are to be placed in service next month It seats 36 and has a speed of 15 miles an hour Another Trnilition Droken Boston is now getting fish from the Pacific says the St Lows IostDis patch Is it possible that the Bps tonese have flopped from codfish to Puget sound salmon Women In linden tnlrrraltlei Women are now admitted to the two universities in linden but they have not been able to secure permis sion to study dentistry The SiirliiR Song In spring says the St LouIs Star a young nmnns fancy lightly turns to thoughts of how much he can get on his winter overcoat Money Maker Thirty years ago Mr J T Ilackiey paid a neprro five cents each for setting out three hundred locust trees alone the banks of the Hanging Fork which flows over a mile through his lands In this rich alluvial mud these trees have attained large size very rapidly Tnday these trees are being cut and each will average from six to ten dollars worth of posts for post and rail and wire fenc ing Their presence has not interfered with tIme continuous cultivation of the land so they have cost nothing Mr Hackley has at various periods since had planted on his lands over a thous and locust trees which iu a few years will be ready to cut as valuable timber Locust being one of the most durable woods known is unexcelled for fence posts Danville News It would be thought that in the su preme moment of tho great naval vic tory wjth the whole fighting strength of the Spanish navy unaltered along the adjacent coast the American sail ors exuberantly cheering Schley a feel injr of triumph in every heart Admi ralPnTirwHi would have been gener 01111111 tj uct toarclsSchl vevell after deliberation he might naturally be expected tQ belittle Schlcys part in the battle but even then Sampson was cold took no notice of the signals of the Brooklyn and Ignored Schleys personal request through the mega phone that lie be allowed to accept this surrender of time Colon Graham book Schlev siud Santiago will do much to cflet ilftclaya account ofthe bHttle and give Schley credit iu SantlagoTbeMianl1GU I mOTHERS MUST GUIDEI Should Watch the Physical Develop ment of Their Daughters Earn est Words From Mrs Pinkham to Mothers Every mother possesses information of vital value to her young daughter That daughter is a precious legacy and the responsibility for her futuro is largely in the hands of the mother The mysterious change that develops the thoughtless girl into the thoughtful woman should find the mother on the watch day and night As she cares for the physical wellbeing of her daughter so will the woman be and her children also When the young thoughts become sluggish when she experiences headaches dizziness faintness and exhibits an abnormal dispo sljtion to sleep pains in the back and lower limbs eyes dim desire for solitude and a dislike for the society of other girls when she is a mystery to herself and friends then the mother should go to her aid promptly At such a timo the greatest aid to nature is Lydin E Pink barns Vegetable Compound It prepares the young system for the coming change and is tho surest this hour of trial Tho following letters from Mrs Southard are practical proof of Mrs Pinkhams efficient advice to young women Mothers Who Allow Their Daughters to Suffer are Cruel Whenv Relief is Easily Obtained Read This flothers Experience II DEAn Mns PnfKHAir I wish advice in regard to my daughter She is thirteen years old and never menstruated We have had the doctor to her and he said she did not have enough blood She has been taking iron for three months but is no better In the morning she vomits some days she cannot keep anything on her stomach until twelve oclock If she tries to do anything she gets faint Has headache all the time is as white as marble with great dark rings under her eyes Please write and tell me what to do as I am discouraged with the doctorMns CIIAS SOUTHARD Thconix Mills NY Jan 19 1000 DEAU MRS PI KUAYLast January I wroto you about my daughter and told you what our family doctor said about her I saw another doctor beganinnghams Vegetable Compound and four of Blood Purifier she is now well and strong as ever Menses have appeared and are regular I can never praise your remedies enough for they saved my daughters life Mas CUAS SOUTHARD Phoenix Mills NY Dec 1C 1900 Any young girl or any mother is cordially invited to write to Mrs Pinlchaiu at Lynn Mass for advice in regard to her sick ness No one has had greater experience or success in guiding mothers and their daughters to health Thousands have trusted her and arc glad She charges nothing for advice Write today 5000 REWARD We have deposited with the National City Bank of Lynneooo which will bo paid to any person who can Hud that the aboTe testimonial letters I are not genuine or were published before obtalnin the writers special per mission K IlukhamMedlcmoCo Lynn Mas r o N usd1 Ulna la u i2hu aiM Till with dintlttt J ttrntaM iBriiwr Wi furulM evr n null la pamplof ctpuliy l n BikM w ttqiti ocr n U Ii u n othr mku Ill luUlfl n 1 lr llARllf mfi tt Rollt4 neil Bcirtaf irs ispcrur input OUR STEEL TOWER petlm sadi ut5aspnlI4asacsTct It lit J r pru4t ltk HYGEIA SPRAY OR WHITEWASHING PUMP EyiSlS WATER PURIFYING PUMPS porfpurl5 E1CH1ESIirnir u l1 TEMPLE PUMP CO CHICAGO ILLS aUiHGm WHY NOT BUYTHE BEST COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock 25 scpltitn M slsr Gossissioaers Sotics to nQiton MADISON CIRCUIT COURT B R RobInson ic 1lff against Lewis Cabbard Ac 5 DftOil All nersons having claims against the estate oflJolm U GabbarddecM are hereby notified to Ilia th same legally verified with the un designed on or befure March 20 J2 or same will be barred a E SCOTT M UI1 CO Utebiw A Printer Greatly Surprised- I never wee eo much surprised in my life as I was with the results of lug Chamberlains 1ain Hahn EB S Henry T Crook preEsman of the Ashe yule N C Gazette I contracted a severe case of rheumatism early last winter by Retting my feet wet 1 trim several things for it without benefit One day while looking over tho Caret e I noticed that Pain Iialm was positive ly guaranteed to cure rheumatism to bought hottln of it mill before using- two thirds of it mv rheumatism hind taken its flight and I have not had it rheumatic pain since Sold by Stock ton Hagan 1 in Gigantic Sycamore I On the lands of Mr JT Hackley just over the Boyle county side fa small stream which constitutes the boundary line between Boyle and Lincoln stands an iinimiensehoilow syca more tree which in size rivals the far famed redwoods of California Three feet above the base the tree measures thirty feet in circumference which would makoa diameter of nearly ten feet However at the base where the treo irregularly shaped the longest diameter is eleven and onefourth feet Sixty years ago this tree was used as a place of refuse from sudden showers of rain by numbers of slaves who culti vated time ndjoiuiuc fields In after years the opening completely closed over However ton years ego another opening wasout The interior resembles a room It is the favorite abode of the darkles coons and pos sums This tree is situated on the very richest land in a little valley which opens toward the South Ilaviiifr an abundant supply of water every cbn ditlon has been favorable to its inarve I growthNewB 4 r p No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse We also make a full line of High Grade Vehicles and Harness f Sendfor Catalogue and Price List Pa small + 4 +++ 4 The Direct Line i 4++ +4++ 4 ++4+4 + CHD4 4+ 4+44+ +++ +++ 4 PRos i CINCINNATI t+ + + TO Jftanapolis AND ChicagoW- ith 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LOWEST PRICE as we have always done lieIt SUACKELFORD CO Main Street esas RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on IWE epleiulid assortment of ourI +4444444s ++ ++4 ++ + + +i+ + + 4 + + + s+ 44 + + I FURNITURE I +s+ ++ + ++ +++ + +++ 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e which is more extensiv now than ever Every line is crintlinfr with Holiday selections To properly celebrate the goason YOU will probably desire ome lnw plere We have new ChaIrs Tables flutist China nhiiKMesMeHnHrdfc everything suitnblr for the Diuiti Room Iron Beds fnll Btocfc ha reached us jll8fI tnrililvLadies Desks best bargain ever I offerpdRotkers nny style von ir ay shim Couchesv cry latest dtsiJ a See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets and RugI JauingI ++ + + 4++ + + + + + 44 + + + 4 +44+++4+ 4++ + + ++ + + + + + + 4 4 i JO S JOPlIN i i 220222 W Main Street 4 4 4 + +4 + + +9 + + + + ++ + + + 4 + + ++ ++ + 4 + + ++ + + + 4 + + 4+ Undertaking a Specialtylimai7j As Good a Plow As Many Can Buy r 44 + 4 + 444 ++ + + ++ + is+ + + + gt7 Standards warranted for life4 No other Plow made gives A such a guarantee t I t4+ + ++ + + 4j + ++4 +++ + + + + ++ + 4 + fWe have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva t c1 tors such as Jenny Lynn New Departure and pricefromlq a- 5 call when in need of anything in this lineA We are sure we can fill your wants a reasonable price fa jt Ir The Davenport Wirelss Checkrow Corn Planter- Is one of our Specialties This is something new andevery farmer tshould examine it before buying a Planterra a 0 LOur line of Collars Pads Back f Trace Chains Hamestrings If etc is complete We will give you U a Low Price on these goods We handle the Majestic Range + Also Born Steel Range You will find these RoofingGiitteringby us Let us give you an estimate on your tj work Respectfully yours Arbuckle Simmons p