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F1i ir I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX IVOLUME 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 19 1902 NUMBER 43 IJIROFESSIONAL CARDS Alr01nriYS W MILLER J ATMKNBTATLAW iuD1T7OTBanllR Building nut dowr tos s x tioul8allk feb3ly H 3tTLL V tIJ TtuKY ATI liHMtMfD KENTUCKY optIniirt jiD OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY rtunwixntie Second street over Chen lilt roetI7 W R LETCHER AttorneyatLa- wFIM KBSTOOK- YjusDili over Taylor liros Store JKSON ROBERTS iTfOBVKTS AND- InIIsBLLORS AT LAW MONO KENTUCKY jo hn Bennetts eld law omee over r hUillM dl1li stfH MYSJOXAHS PHK GIBSON GIBSON j TY lCTAm AND SURGEONS KENTUCKY ILI iM tht oe Ccik buddifig IS and 20 Sec n ovci Afftite old druKtlorc 27 JHS C hOOKER ETERIKARY SURGEON tvli ittt Ontario Vttermary College c ray Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty twcirtiieat rtabte en corner First and van streets Uchmoml Ky apr7ly ll C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery uihrelrather Bnildiue Main Street yrat TeIi4SCe the Chrr place on HroMdwayi- iM vi KENTUCKY E ANSU D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON R UluSD KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY ET XaetvVV6 L Coisou ngITaT op LOCUVILLB Le lioi ixt door tu Gorem aent Building it Mi Ky HBce boars to 121 to 4 l Harry M Blanton 2 fl DENTIST Office in Beett Bvllding IjuiU TBLKPHONE 196 fk LAXDMAN Hotel Glyndou VeJnendiiy April 9 1902 hh THE BEST PAPER J in the United SLateR for Demucrats Iicl for ALL readers is the TwiceaWeekCourierJournal itlftuillelland thesaperiorof iuiweeklici or weeklies Isnued yearaSJOO A YEAR NewsMi commiaHva to Aeeutx Sample irfilly seat tree to all who will ask Write to COURIE JOURNAL Louisville Ky sPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAagrTHE- CHMOND CLIMAX AND THE TwiceaWeek CourierJournal B 4A ne Year for Only 15- 0Home SeekersExcursions at very Low Rates tOl1Y points in the following territo rv Alabama Arizona Arkansas British- C 1thbia Colorado Florida Georgia I Uui Indian Territory Iowa Kansas K sucky Louisiaiia1Michigan Mtntie Mississippi Missouri Nebraska w Mexico North Carolina North I ila Jklalioma South Carolina I Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vimia Wisconsin and Wyoming over the Selling Dates March 4 and 18 April 1 and 15 May6and2OFor particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privi Ias etc call on Agents Big Four Rue or address tho undersigned Warren J LyrictiWP DeppeV Oenl fiat JTlckei Agt Asat GNT A J E Beef ej jenf Southern AgM 4 tio a i j A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty things in goldand silver has come to bo pro leanlnJtbutHere ore scores of fancies in gold and silver for very little money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellence L Ii LANE Of Vital Interest j l It Imve erected Inre uml ami more inoil rn Itiibitiot iiuiiue lit take iliu place of the one re cently ilHitroyed by fire anti are now equipped to lutntlle with more Kiticfactiuii to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun highestCASH We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro duce and we will convince you that we propose to load in this business in 2dadi- sonGOTT BROS Near L N Depot 29jauly RICHMOND KY For Spring 1902d White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves PiqueSj Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Tffetas Laces Creped Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons- Celebrated Shirts Wnit AND Gibson RICHMOND KY LOUISVILLE HENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY oe4a- aS Ui DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS DI1rWnItN Lovisyills anti St Lalis Parlor Cars as Day Trains Pullmsft Buffet Sleepera cii Night Trains For rates and further taformation address L J IPWJNGp A LOUISVILLE KY fi IBECKHAM LUCK ForI tunes of Kentuckys Youth ful Chief Magistrate The Cincinnati Enquirer recently contained a well written article illustrated with photographs of Gov J C W Beckham from the age of four years until the present time The writer seemed impressed with the proverbial Beckham luckand had the concerningit The good people of Nelson county have always believed in Bechain luck Down in this county of the Peunyrijle there is a farm whose rolling acres are as fer tile as any of the Blue grass land Time after time this fruitful acreage has been on the point of passing from the possession of the Beckbams but some unexpected devel opment the death ofa dis tant heir the recovery of judgmenthas kept the title clear benIeficiaryity is John Crepps Wickliffs Beckham Democratic Governor of Kentucky When Crepps Beckham was a page in theLegistature twenty years ago his father was representative from Nel son Fourteen years later young Beckham returned to the Leg islature as the member from Nelson county It was at the conclusion of this session that he was confronted with the awful prospect of death from consumption but after a stay in Mexico and great force of will power he was able to overcome the disease In 1896 when the famous Black burnHunter contest was waged the Democratic calcu lations were upset by the death of Isaac Wilson the Democratic member from Nelson county The Legislature was deadlocked It was absolutely necessary that a Democrat should be returned in Wilsons place Ore pps Beckham was the one to win which he did by 800 majority- In order to votefor Black burn in the next meeting of the joint assembly Beckham seized his certificate and jumping into his buggy start ed for Frankfort a 65mile drive which he made at night with two changes of horses At the close of the term Beck ham was reelected and when the Legislature met he was elected Speaker on the first ballotAfter this session when it had been determined that Goebel was to run for Governor it was requested that Beckham become a candidate with him for LieutenantGov ernor After the election and Goebels death Beckham be came Governor and at the expiration of the term was reelected and has grown in to the Governorsoffice which place he fills acceptably to his constituents Rocka=Bye Baby These are sweet words but how much pain and suffering they used to mean Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the anguIsh of child birth Mothers frier is a liniment to be applied externally It Is rubbed thoroughly Into the muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily without pain Mothers Friend Is never taken internally Internal remedies at this Urns do more harm than good If a woman is supplied with Ibis splendid lint ment she need never fear rising or swelling breasts morning sickness or any of the discomforts which usually accompany preg proprietor of a large hotel In Tamp Fla writes My wife had an awful time with her first child During her second pregntncy Mothers Friend was used and the baby was born easily before the doctor arrived Its certainly great Oct MotherS Prlend at tho drug store per bottle tBRADFIELD KSGUIATOR CO Atlanta G4 Wrti foroar fete Uln4tr tedbook Befoia Dab kBoni t 0 IiI JOHN YOUNG i A Popular Barber and Legislator The only practicing barber ever in the Kentucky Legis lature is John Young from the Fortysixth District in Louisville For the first time in the history of the State members of the General Assembly are shaved by one of their own number Election to office has not made Mr Young relinquish his profes sion but iluring off hours and when not held in committee work he takes a chair at the Capitol Hotel shop and wields the razor and thelalher brush on the forces of the most prom inent politicians in the State who congregate at the Capi tal during the session of the General Assembly- Mr Young is about thirty years of age and of prepos sessing appearance This is his first appearance in politics but he will doubtless be re turned to the Legislature as he is very popular in his dis trict Although he had to make his campaign after working hours his majority was the largest given a can didate from that district in years He has a number of committee assignments and is often a participant in de bate on the floor of the house He is interested in a bill requiring an examination cer tificate for barbers for the employment of union labor on public buildings and in a bill for the establishment of a bureau of immigration and laborMr Young was head bar ber at one of the largest shops in Louisvilte and workod at his trade until he came to Frankfort for the meeting of the Legislature He continues his trade in Frankfort partly because he likes the work and partly for the reason that he wishes to remain in good standing with the barbers Union of which he is presi dent in his native town Having a Run on Chamber lains Cough Remedy Between the hours of eleven oclosk a and closing time at night on Jan 25th 1901 A F Clark druggist Glade Springs Va sold twelve bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy He says I never handled a medicine that sold better or gave better satisfaction to roy customers This Remedy lies been In genoral use in Virginia for many years and the people there are well acquainted with its excellent qualities Manv of them have testified to the re markable cures which it has effected When you need a good reliable medi cine fur a cough or cold or attack of the grip use Chamberlains Cough Remedy and you are certain to be moro than pleased with the quick cure which it affords For sale by Stockton Ha Kan 1m John Wanamaker spends one hundred tnousand dollars a year adqertising The to bacco Trust which is man aged by the best businessmen of the world spend three hundred thousand dollars a year All the largest houses which are managed by the most successful business men spend thousands of dollars get ting their names before the people and making popular their goods Then comes the country merchant whose cash drawer rings so seldom that it awakens the dog behind the stove who gives chase to the also frightened cat and tells us that advertising dont pay He then fills up his pipe and takes his seat on his favorite nail keg to talk hard times to Bill Smithers while the little spiderbuilds suspension bridges from the shelves to the silent cash drawer Motto Advertise if you wish to make a success You will never wish to take another dose ot pills you once try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets ltlev- url raster to take and wore pleasant in effect They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels For sale by Stockton Hagan 1in Its peculiar that trolley car passen gers are shocked most when the current Is shut off For the Complexion The complexion always suffers from biliousness or constipation Unless the bowels are kept open the Impurities from the body appear In the form of unsightly eruptions DeWitts Lit tle Early keep the liver and bowels in healthy condition andremove the cause of such troubles C E Hooper Albany Ga says I took DeWitts Little Early Risers for biliousness They were just what I need ed lam feeling better now than in years Never gripe or distress Safe thorough and penile Th very best pills Terry Thomas 1m The hands of a clock are always on the front and still they jmay be behind time A1 t y j 1 Repairing Neatly Done Never thought ofsuch a sign for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin andweak Some of the new ones are not well madeand- all of the old ones are racked from long usage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma terials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the newglow ofhealth 1No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourselfyou and the bottle This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample J SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York 50C and i all druggists TALK ABOUT CHINA America Trade Said to Be More Than Holding Its Own Secretary Wilson has re ceived a report from David G Fairchild the expert of the department of agriculture who with Mr Lathrop a weal thy New Yorker is exploring the world for new plants for introduction into this coun try The report is dated at Colombo Ceylon and discusses general conditions in China He says the mission aries frightened out by the recent troubles are return ing to their posts and that foreign merchants claim the outlook for trade improve ment is very favorable in the region of Shanghai American trade he says is more than holding its own against that of other countries but adds Japans trade has greatly increased in China of late and she is not only an active but may become a dan gerous competitorI Mr Fairchild went to Can ton in search of the South Chinese peaches and plums scions and trees of which he announces he has shipped here together with some promising leitchees bamboos and persimmons for California and Florida He says producers and shippers in China and Japan are much in terested in the financial out come of the experiments of this government in the home production of tea but appar ently are skeptical and be lieve the cost of picking is too great for the industry to suc ceed hereExS- urgeons Knife Not Needed Surgery is no longer necessary to cure piles DoWltfs 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 and skin diseases it is unequalled Beware of counterfeits Perry 1 Thomas 1 m ill the world may be a stage but all the men and women dont ride on tally hos Chronic Diarrhoea Mr C B WinRQeld of Fair Play Mo who suffered from chronic dvsen tery for thirty five years says Chain berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kmnedy did him more good than any other medicine he had ever used For sale by Stockton Hngan 1m The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools When you wake up with a bad taste in your mouth you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach improve your appetite and make you feel hke a new man They are easy to take being sugar coat ed and pleasant in effect For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m The gold fields of Western Australia are the lorgest in the world They cov er 324000 square miles Dr Whites aiectrlc Combs Their merit Is beyond question See opr agent or call at state office in the Collins buildin- AfnsORRACHurrState Agent 27feblyr Idealists plan ithings plain men do ttim f t 1t vy v J If CONFEDERATE VETERANS Dallas Texas April 2225 Through sleeping cars to Shreveport are attached to Queen Crescent Route ves tibuled trains at Chattanoooga while special through trains to Dallas will be run from Chattanooga during the Re union and through tourist cars will also he run from Kentucky and Tennessee points if enough veterans in dicate their intention of go ing to Dallas This is the only line that takes you past Lookout Mountain the battlefields at Chat tanooga and the scenes of the siege of Vicksburg Tickets are also on sale via New Or leans Stopovers at Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans and other points east of the Mississippi river are per mitted 32hour schedules Nicholasville to Dallas Tick et Agents will quote low ex cursion rates on application Send your name for free maps and illustrated pamphlets describing Vicksburg Dallas and the Battlefield at Chickamauga W C Rinearson Genl Passenger Agt- Cincinnati Ohio Practically Starving Alter using n few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure my wife received per fect and permanent relief from a se vere and chronic case of stomach trouble says J R Holly real estate insurance and loan agent of Macomb Ill Before using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meal without intense suffering She is now entirely cured Several physi cians and many remedies had failed to give relief You dont have to diet Eat any good food you want but dont overload the stomach Rod ol Dyspepsia Cure will always digest it for you Perry Thomas 1m Tobacco Trust Scheming A traveling man reports that the tobacco trust is just now engaged in an effort to break up all the tobacco buyers so that it will have things completely in its own hands The representative of the trust goes around and buys some tobacco at more than the market price thus induc ing the producers to demand more than the market price of the regular buyers Later the trust goes into the market and buys at a lower price thus bringing a loss to the dealers who attempted to buy of the producer at the price first fixed by the trust As soon as the local dealers los ses drive him out of the busi ness the trust will be able to paywhatever it pleases and the producer must take what ever he can get Thus the trust is preparing to rob the producer of raw material on the one hand while it extorts from the consumer on the other It is impossible to overcome this except by leg islation The small dealer cannot apply a remedy to the trust and it is too much to expect that the producers either individually or in con cert can withstand the schemes put forth by concen trated capital Could not Breathe Coughs colds croup grip bronchit is other throat and lung troubles are quickly cured by One Minute Cough Cure One Minute Cough Curo is not a mere expectorant which gives only temporary relief It softens and liqui fies the mucous draws out the iufla mation and removes the cause of the disease Absolutely safe Acts at once One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it says Justice of the Peace J Q Hoed Crosby Miss My wife could not pet her breath and was relieved by the first dose It has been a benefit to all my family Per ry Thomas 1m Readers who care for mus ic and its history as well as all who are interested in the quaint and antique will find much to attract their atten tion in ail article called Some Rare Musical Instruments in The Outlook dated March 1 It is written by Mr Wil liam Adams Brown and de scribes with ample illustration the remarkable collec tion of musical instruments presented by Mrs John Cros by Brown to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art Danger ci Colds had La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe resulting in pneumo nia Jf reasonable care is used how edlAmonlthave yet to learn of a single case hay Ing resulted In pneumonia which shows conclusively n certain preventive of that dangerous malady It will cure a cold oran attack of It grippe in less time than any other treat mont It is pleasant and safe to take For Me byStockton Hagan 1m i Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from 5 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have selection on our floor oodIsave money by buying yym 7f 71 71 77 ySi 7 71 A aaa a ab Jb Jb Jb Ja oa 1 f fo the qualityanother prices going Us zMyyyyy7I7I 7F7f7F ifr ffiffi7 Ill The Inclemency Weather 1t ilaused a great many of oury 7Jfif l t to not get out our 4 i t eOPENING j 4 Ii r fft And in order to not disappoint them J itJ have kept a great many of the I J fft I Suits Walking Skirts and Silk J JjI44 Skirts over and they can be seen at our tJ J It Store any time during the ft ft J S 4c w e Next 20 Days 1 I J fVe guarantee perfect fits in all garments soldJ 4 ffi tJ iiAgreatmanybeautifulsuitsandskirts are being shown in this line Ask to our new silks new wash IIsee wash piques fabricstJroods linens novelties in dress goodsJand trimmings MI Just received a new lot f J f Jtw m = a m eOT J + Ik In all the new leading shapes and gir L j IdIes Get our prices on carpets andJffi Very respectfully J a ur1it WDOLDHAMCOi i e 4t e7 7 4 71 fi j Q F fa v ffi MffiFffilffimm 7 GOf West LOWEST EVER IN EFFECT To All Important Points In CaliforniaWashington Utah Oregon Wyoming Montana and all other Western States v- iaCHDOne way tickets daily until April soldI All REGULAR ROUTES Roung trip tickets tospecial points sold on March 18 April 1 and 15 Apply to railway agents or address D G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati Ohio Evolution can onlv end in the establishment of the greatest perfection and tho most complete happiness ALL WOMEN Wine of Cardul is tho guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth old ago It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood ranking labor easy and preventing flooding and miscarriage It gently leads her through tho dangerous period known as the change of life WINECARDUlcures womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It is valuable Itt every trying period of a womans life Jt reinforces the nervous system acts directly on tho gee tal organs and is tho finest tonic for women knowp Ask your druggist for a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui BatmTlllo Ala July 114900 I am Wino CardDt and lhed- torea DackDraught and I fool like a different woman ai Several Is dies here keep tho medicines in their homos alt the I have three girls and thea uaIni It with me Mrs KATE DROWDEL For adr1ee SM titeratere dreu iirlng ta ladka Adv IIOlY berrt m1be Ch OOllJoMeUclnaCOBlpa CbaUanooga Term II t fJ i 0 cost more season ol materials are up Ky Carriage John Donelson Prop a a f fwe 71 c Tea RATES to NEW STOREooo Let us supply your wants and needs in the GROCERY LINE Our goods are fresh having recently embarked in this busi ness with an entirely new stock PRICES THE CHEAPrEST Goods the Best weights always correct Our business is to supply the table with EVERYTHING that is required youtoWe also pay highest market price for Ducks Turkeys and all Country Produce including beef hides When in need of anything for the table call up 113 and your orders will be promptly and correctly filled Give us a trial order and we will have an opportunity to prove what we claim Powell BrosMcKee Bldg E Main RICHMOND KY For more than thirty years that I have been engaged in the manu facturing and applying paint as a practical paint mixer arid paint er familiar with its branches I have always held against the facri flee of beatuy smoothness and durability for cost or price mid still hold the Best is Always the Cheapest My constant aim has been to jive my cistomers tho BEST PAINT made for the lust amount of money and I feel sure my aim has now been resulted being sole local agent for many of the leading paint factories of New York Chicago Boston Philadelphia and other Jarjre cities and buying paints in large quantities at a much lower price than inexperienced small general merchandise dealers and having many other advantages as f practical exclusive paint man one can readily understand that it is no longer a mystery why I am ma king and selling better paint for less money than any other con cern in Central Kentuckyand my constantly increasing trade testifies to the satisfaction my goods are giving We have pleased thousands of others for more than thirty years why cant we please you Try us Give us a trial and you will be surprised at how much better we do by you than otbers can afford to do Yours very respectfully GEO KL WILLGING Manufacturer of Paints of every description Each specific paint for a specific purpose 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY r cc t Tuxedoes Full Dress Prince Alberts A SPECIALTY e W SVILE TI I Tailor and Importer LEXINGTON V KENTUCKY 13feb4v I Y 0 Clocks S Sg Clocks Great Reduction in Clocks For ONE WEEK to make more room you can buy from ys a reliable clock guaranteed for one year considerably less than our usual selling price Ask to see our Par 1or Clocks Something new never jieeds winding v TCill0RBOGAERTt J i 1 t j f 57IEaain Street 1j dLF1IGT0K 4 F S It + y fr j r The Richmond Climax O CHEXATJLT President A D MILLER Manager upBP8cnaE Editor WEDNESDAY MAR 19 1902 ruBiisHKU vrKV WKUNRSIJAY uv The Climax Printing Co Incorporated THE people of Madison county are rather sore on Governou Beckhiim and considerable grumbling as to his attitude towards our people can be heard on allsides Our people naturally felt that the Governor would be for J B McCreary in his late race for Senator hut to our surprise he and his closest friends constituted about the only opposition he had We have had a number of aspirants from this county to offices in his appointment but not a Madison county man has held any office under him honorary or otherwise Not even a guard in any of our penal institutions are from Ma ison nor has he ever heeded the request of our cit izens even to the extent of granting a pardon The Governor may think he can snub Madison county Jut he is sure to find that her itizens will resent his indif ference and neglect and he will find that the power that Madison county can weild in H nominating convention will be potent in retiring him to private life after the expira tion of his present term A BILL of fur reaching political possibilities passed the Kentucky louse Friday hay lug already passed the Senate The rinew lay requires the registration of all cities from the firstto the fifth class inclusive On registering each voter will receive a eel tificate of registration This certificate must be presented to the election officers before voting In case the certifi cate is lost or destroyed a person by making affidavit to that effect and paying the County Clerk a fee of fifty cents iujijr secure another JOHN H Reagan Post Master General of the Confedera cy and the last surviving member of Jefferson Davis cabinet has just recovered from an illness which was thought would prove fatal He is now 83 years of age and is in a fair way to see his hun dredth yeai- HEREAFTER nonresidents must pay S25 for license to hunt in Kentucky and for the next two years both resi dent and visiting hunters are prohibited from shooting quail for market EXGOVKRNOU John P Alt geld died at Joliet Ill last Wednesday morning He was taken ill the night before just after delivering a vigor outs proBoer speech being the principal speaker in a 11CFLEXINGTON KY Are YOM RefJlect9g on what the home needs this springs thodreaded Iwnsocleair ins papering refurnishing and beautifying Will it be a tarjor a light wall paper something fldshy or a style and rich but iiotguudy I Our New Wall Paper Stock dI iplLt1ternHa most beautiful color blendings you ever saw in Wall Paper De signs unique and fancy fresh from ancy factory Pap t for Every J Room in the Houser nolimit to choice jswldea variety of plica coinparajivfjy as patterns As Iii as Sea rla- nd as high as you unto co CFBfOMCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON rOC phh Ii FROM THE CQHMOM Thu river and harbor bill covers a multitude ofjobs Each tiny revealssomo new compli cation in the Panama canal project But that is just what it was sprung for Jt is to be hoped that Prince Henry saw enough people to convinco him that tin Monroe doctrine ought not to be molested Of course tile president could not lend eneourageinent to the lloor en voys whilu those American mules were afloat between New Oilcans and a Bri isli port The republican newspaper publish ers who demand n reduction in the tariff on news print anti the abolition of the tarill on wood pulp should now begin The task of explaining A liritith fillip carrying 1000 Amer lean horses for the use of the ISritish troops in South Africa sailed recently from an American port That is neu trnlitv as interpreted by the present administration The Washington P ist says that the Dutch in South Afiica aruthe lust re maining champions of human liberty in the world These words would not have been true if uttered before the bat of conquest seized this repub lic Iti mentioning the cost of the Doer and Philippine wars the gentlemen who insist on prosecuting them to the hitter end always lay emphasis upon the dollars anti whisper low when mentioning the lives of the soldiers The heat sugar business of this country amounts to about 5000000 annu ally To protect this Congress Is will ing to perpetrate injustice tax mill i illS of consumers anti ignore popular demand Of course it ii a republican congressWe assured that Great Britain will not press the Alaskan boundary question Of course not Great Brit sin is afraid she might lose all that Mr John liny conceded in the mo due vivundi Mr hay is a very gen erons routlemnan February 2L 1302 total British loss 50 kilkd 122 wounded captured 042 Hilt time liriiisli war ofilce held back the news until Kitchener could report the capture of a handful of Doers and a few thousand head of cattle The British war olttce has a decidedly Manilaisli way of handling the news Talk of reciprocity never brings a protest from the tariff protected trusts but the moment it is suggested that time taut be reduced on articles man ufacturod in this country and sold at a lower price abroad than at home the trusts begin to squeal like a pig under a gateor rather like two or three pigs under as many gates Insurance Investigation A representative of the Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Fire Under writers is touring time towns and cities of Kentucky that have electric light plants accompanied by a practical electrician Every house using elec tric lights wil be visited and if wires and connections are improperly strungI and made the insurance polices will be cancelled unless imperfections are corrected withiirflfteen days Another Gift Dr L II Bluiiton has received notice from the executors of the estate of Mrs S P Lee of New York that a provision of her wi1 was made in favor of Central University end bequeaths un conditionally to the university the sum of 25000 to be added to the endow ment fund Title in addition to the 50000 recently received from Thomas H Swopo and other subscribers increases the endowment of Central Uni versity 75000 Out of the Game Jim Watts time colored pugilist formerly of this city has retired from the pugilistic game Ho got his start here and during the last six years has made quite a reputation but nftor traveling all over the world and getting a good many hard knocks he has arrived at the conclusion that there is nothing in it for him lie will return to the waiting table for regular employment hut WILY help to train pugilists as a sideline New Organization An organization known as the Lan caster Oil Company has been formed in Lancaster for the purpose of boring for petroleum and the promoters say they have flue prospects for success as they hold lenses on some very desira ble lands in the mountains and other sections of time State The officers are W II Kinuaird president i K G Ward vice president J J Barton treasurer Lewis Herndon secretary William Herndou counsel The directors are William H Kinnaird Thomas W Burnett R G Ward G M Patterson and James It Comm Bitten by a Mad Dog On last Friday Squire Levi Metcalf was attacked by a mad dog Mr Mte calf was out on his farm near Waco and discovered a strange dog on his premises As soon as the dog came near enough to see him it at once started for him and attacked him For tunately for the Squire the dog got hold below the boot top but his teeth penetrated pants boot leg and under clothing and was burled to a painful depth in the flesh An employee soon killed time dog and Mr Metcalf started at once for White Hall to apply the Burgiu madstone to the wound Mr IJurgin said when he saw tho clothing and leather hall been penetrated before the flesh was reached that all the poi son had been wiped away before ho was bitteimand that tho stone would not stick MK Metcalf was greatly delighted when it failed to stick to the wound He Curled flo Lantern We see some green characters here occasionally but especially now since the Federal Court has come The fol towing story from time Times is very good Mercer Lancaster a farmer who lives near Pigg postoffice 12dtnonsoii coun tywas6ne ofthe Queer characters in attendance upon Federal Court Wednesday He was a witness in a case and after bp had finished his testimo ny he signed the pay roll in the Mar shaVe office and inquired time vay to the depot leaeIllSkedtmej4 some assistance to the old man- u Bout 12 o cock tonight they tell me Well youve got nearly eight hours until that time Youd better Bit down here and rest awkle before going to the depot suggested tho Marshal II No reckon Id better et down to thar fore dark furl aint got may iaiiI tern Lots of eerinons aro notns broad as they are long x f PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it is and what it does con taming the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and camps near loslnz my eyesight For four months I could not see to do anythInc After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could seo as well as ever SUSIE A Huns TON Withers N C Hoods Sarsaparilla premises to euro and keeps the promise LAND STOCK AND CROP J W Masters of Valley View ship ped fifteen hogsheads of tobacco to Louisville Monday Tobacco stems which in former years wore almost thrown away now command a price ot10 n ton A Lou isville concern is now buying practic ally all the stems frrfni Owensboro fac tories Formerly these stems wert SOld to farmers or shipped to ft nit growers in Florida to be used as a fertilizer Then the price paid ranged from 1 to 5 per ton Now the price paid is 10 per ton and the stemsare manufactured into a useable tobacco productJ Haggard of Bourbon county sold to the Standard Oil Comply a pair of nice mules IG hands high weight 2500 pounds for 350 T L Curtis bought of Fox Bright of Ianvihlea pair of extra good mules for 350 During the year 1001 time United State exported 070531 bushels of pota toes and imported bushels Joel Collins bought a 3yearold har ness horse of Clifton Shiflett for S100 Mr G R Bradley bought a fancy 3yearold horse of Charlie Norris Price jinivatePassed the House Tho bill to appropriate 2000 to be used in time construction of a suitable enclosure of the graves of the Confederate soldiers who are buried on tho Perryville battlefield and to erect a modest shaft in commemoration of their valor has passed the House Name of the Giver Col Thomas S Swope of Kansas city Mo is the name who recently gave 25000 to Centre College He is an alumnus of the institution having graduated in 1S54 Dr Blanton succeeded in raising the 25000 which was necessary to Secure Mr Swopes gift Will Teach Again at Runyon Grove Miss Jennie B Evans began a spring tJOIlIlifOOOilS one of the most energetic and best ta ented teachers in the State devoted to her railing and the people at Runvon Grove are fortunate in again securing her services for their spring term of school Kick About Mixed Seeds Senator Blackburn is said to have received of late numerous protests from Kentucky concerning the custom of many dealers in Bluegrass seed who mix with the Kentucky seed a quantity of Canadian seed and put the prod uct on the market Time matter has been called to the attention of the Agricultural Department and it will be prohibited Something to Talk About Conglomeiations of trashy inconsist encies have been foisted upon tho pub lit from time to time by unscrupulous managers thus calling the people Time management of A Ureezy Time have carefully eliminated all threadbare stuff from the modern Breezy Time and with the new songs dances and funny situations it will compart with the fin est on the road At Opera House Friday March Tobacco Grower Mack AVilliite the veteran horseman has returned from Springfield and tells of a discovery in tobacco growing made by Washington county man Instead of planting his tobacco seed under canvas as is the usual custom he soaks them in warm water and places them under a selling hen In two or three days the seeds begin to sprout and can be planted in the soil with fine results so Mr Wilhite says Danvillo Advocate Profit ia Hogs A friend wants to know what price hogs must bring to make a profit on feeding them G7 cent corn Fed unde proper condition a bushel ofcorn will make ten pounds of pork and for nil ordinary purposes this rule Is accepted as a standard of measuring the relative values ol corn and pork Thus the pork so made from 07 cent corn must bring 070 per hundredweight in order to let the feeder out Under present condi tions we should try other rations fur the fatting hog Wheat at 05 cents per bushel will go further than corn at C7 cents Barley at 60 cents is a cheaper feed also mill stuff and the low grades of wheat and flour There is a certain loss in making pork which fells for 58i out of 67 cent corn wholly After Many Years Occasionally some incident in itself simple happens by which members of families long separated am enabled to timid out one another or friendships lire renewed after tho lapse of many years Such was the case when Mr Clifton Shifllett received a letter a Jew days since from John C Brecklnridge Shill lett of Rome N y1r ShifHott had a brother Hilary Shiflllett who joined the army at the beginning of the war Clifton Shifllett had not iuard from this brother for several years previous to that iim hut when Hilary went to tho wars he wrote home that he was married aud had one Soil who was named for Kentuckys great soldier John C Breckinridge Mr Shifllett afterwards learned that his brother was killed at Chicamangna Nothing more was ever heard from him or his family until the tetter was received from John Breckiuridge Shlillett last week Time young man bad accidentally read the notice of a death of a Mrs fihifilett iu the CourierJournal and from that learned of his ancle here John Brock inridge Sbifllett writes that lisle Secre chime Wilson Manufacturing of home N Y He inarrled a young lady in Louisville and hai ore dangh t CT He will probably bring his family lmnelime during 1hesrtHn To vhsit his futhfcia relatives Filed Away Tho Federal election cases against certain citizens of Lexington which were up fpr trial in the Federal Court at Franlcfoit Monday were continued for one year and the defendants recog nized to appear for trial without bond This practically ends all the election cases amounting to a filing away Judge Cochran eaton the cases The defendants were represented by ex Governor Bradley When the judge announced his decision he said thatlie continued time cases because he first desired le see the notion taken by the Federal Conrt of Appeals in time Louis yule case which will come up fn time spring lIe intimated strongly that in his opinion time Federal Court had no jurisdiction in the casps in question This decision of the judge will apply to all the similar election esses The Right Kind of Talk The Winchester people are holding ont 110 inducements to secure the interurban railway They believe that a syndicate with seven million dollars ought to be able to pay for what they get The Democrat says At time last meeting of the City Coan cil the Council Mayor and City Attor ney were constituted a committee of the whole to formulate a proposition as- a basis for negotiations concerning the proposed franchise of the rightofway through time city for an interurban elec tric road After mnch deliberation and a free interchange of opinion the attorney was directed to inform time officials of the road that if the company would pave the space within the rails with hard brick and keep the street for three feet on each side in repair with macadam and would also build the power house here time city would consider a propositon from the company PAINT LICK Mrs R N Beasley has been on the sick list Miss Annie Francis is visiting her aunt Mrs Joe Robinson in Lancaster Mr and Mis C F Higgins visited their sister Mrs Win Wallace last Henry Wallace left last Thursday for Oklahoma City to locate His wife will go later on Mr Jack Adams after a long spell of sickness is able to be out again murh to the gratification of his many friends Dr Logan and wife of Danville awl Mrs Sanderson visited Mr and Mrs J V Logan last week Mrs Minnie Jennings of Lancaster will open a first class millinery shop at Paint Lick next week She will have an experienced trimmer and everything uptodate Mr Blouut of Tennessee has rented the blacksmith shop of Mr Rodney Griggs and asks a share of your pat ronage Mr Grijrgs will have buggies and carriages for sale So you see the Paint Lick people are going to try to keep their money at home The Oil Promoter Speaking of the oil rush in Knox county the Barbourville News says Thus is a history making time fur Southeastern Kentucky Those of us here now are pioneers in the early days of the oil develop ment and we are going to see and take part in some very interesting and in some instances dramatic scenes We do not today appreciate their tragic importance and their consuming inter eat to the outside world a world which though a neighbor to us looks at us questioninglv cold bloodedly with curiosity as one in a menagerie or a zoological garden We are here on the ground with the first investors with the first well drivers with the first wildcaters tho first silk stocking tenderfooted getrichquick speculators in leases and stocks We see all these characters here today We point them out on tho street to the new comer of yesterday and relate the circumstance of the coming of each individual From now on they will be figures in the history of time pioneer days of the oil development of South eastern Kentucky The storyteller and the character delineator will weave their names into narratives and legends of the old days when everybody thought all time oil in Knox county was within half a mile of the first uusher of which time field could boast lbs Prince of Entertainers Mondays CourierJournal says of Ralph Bingham who will be hero March When Ralph Bingham the enter tamer comes to Louisville on March 5 be will not be coming an entire stranger lIe has numerous friends here met while spending davs between dates for entertainments in Kentucky townsMr Bingham is a Philadelphia and is one of the best known among the clever fellows at the clubs especially the Pen and Pencil Club mado up entirely of newspaper men anti others who are supposed to be Bohemian Mr Iiingham is chairman of the Entertainment Committee of that club and it was due to his resource and happy stylo that the 300 visiting news paper men at the last National Repub lican Committeo were made to have such a delightful time during the One Night in Bohemia given by tho Pen and Pencil Club at its home Other entertainers ran out of jokes stories and novelties but Bin ham never did When he wasnt telling good stories well he was singing livaly songs cleverly cracking catchy jokes playing queer thins on the piano making droll speeches or whistling in sever al different languages Senator Billy Mason of Illinois who is famous asa joke maker tried tokeepetepwith him but he had to fall back early in the contest Bingham was the first man to wel como the clubs guests when they came and the last man tosay goodbye when they left Every ono who spent the night at the club has forgot the name of the president and where the club is boused but no one has forgot Bingham Life Guards Time Life Guards are two regiments ritishfUlUlioholdsoldiers and every loyal British heart KingshOuseholdshould have its life guards Time maced ot them is especially great when the nlliesicatarrh the grip and pneumonia do In the stormy month of March The best way that vo know of to guard against systerngreatest of all life guards It removes the conditioua in which these diseases make their most successful attack gives vigor and tone to all the vital or Inn and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem ber the weaker the system time greater the exposure tojdiseaso Hoods tar eapniilla makes the system strong Iru Some people make monutinsont off mole hiUsJandotherBjuBt make a I s 1 HAD furs Or Why C U is Mia the Gas Mr George Montgomery of Ken tucky University whoso home Is in Hustouville Ky recently received a letter from a friend in Hustouvillo en closing n clipping from time Hustouville items of a recent Issue of the Stanford Interior Journal The clipping was as follows Howard Cainuilz will enter Contra University soon He has been engaged to pitch for the CvU baseball team Mr Montgomery goes on to say it will be remembered that last spring Kentucky University had a base game scheduled with C U at the K U ball park on Seventh street but refused to play bemuse 0 U brought Camnilz over to pitch for her It was proven on time grounls that Camnliz was not a student at Contrail University He was at that time assistant postmaster at Hustouville two of tho K U players being well acquainted with him However C U will only be able to play high schools this your aa she is not a member of the Intercollegeiate Athletic Association The United States and Germany Cincinnati Enquirer We are not inclined lo put much re liance in the story that the becret of Prince Henrys visit to time United States is to pave time way to obtaining the consent of our government to tho maintenance of a German fleet in the Carribean tea We prefer to accept the impression of the Milwaukee Sentinel though it is not plain that the journal has any special information nn the subject The Sentinel says It is desirable that Prince Henrys visit to this country should not fail of its object What that object is should by Jliis time be sufllciently clear to all The Prince is on no more plusuring junket though all will unite in time hope that he will have a royal good timo Nor can his object bel rightly described as a political one in the usual sense of time term There is no necessity for apologizing even jf the Prince is on n mere pleasure trip though it is pleasant to think of time cultivation of friendly relations between the United States and Germany aa at least one of the incidental results Time New York Herald however treats the story with the seriousness of n column of doubleheaded editorial It patrioticallytakes tIme ground that there must be no violation of tho Monroe doctrino and that the Kaiser must not be permitted to gain a foothold in the Caribbean Sea by a program of honeyed words Tho Herald says The Kaiser knows that the American nation to a man would resent as an unfriendly act and oppose by arms if need be such an official installation of Germany at the doors of the United States as is involved in time design of cieating a naval station in time West Indies for German ships of war Misled by antiquated ideas about the di vine right of kings and mistaking the President of the United States for a sort of brother ruler whoso word is law His Majesty aopears to have enter tortaiued the curious notion that what could not be wrung trom the people might be coaxed out of officials at Washington St Patricks Day in the Hominj To every brother Irishman on this St Patricks Day in the morning we hold out our hand and our heart in fraternal greeting and send a hearty God bless you Today we aro an Irishman We have a right to claim kiu with all Irishmen Our ancestors migrated from Dublin and we tiih k them most heartily for doing so anti are glad they came early Our unces tor was at the siege of Londonderry and whether in or out of Londonderry during time sitwhelher ono of the besieged or one of the siegers does not make much difference today Wo Irish have been fighting on one side or the other or on both sides always we have had the bad habit offighting each other when we could not find any other one handy to fight that we would feel as if wo were not akin unless wo or our ancestors hall fought our brethren Today weaio wearing of the green not on the lapel of our coat not on our sleeve only but in our heart of hearts Whatever is glorious in Irish history whatever heroism her eons have shown and they have shown it in unsurpassed splendor in every quar ter of tim globe mid alas under wuiy flag rather than their own whatever has been noble generous ipatriotic love ly in her struggles for liberty are to day part of our heritage and we claim our share in all of iti We do cot worry ourselves to doter mine whether St Patrick was a Switch Presbyterian elder or a Catholic monk or priest or whether he was a myth created by time fertile brain and rosy fancy of some old Irish seer or poet He has become through time ages a typ ical Irish priest miniteriug in the hyIto tho tlistressedto time weary the sick at heart he went about doing good and if he did not kill all lht snakes for it ili said that the snake of time still escaped his fatal search he gave to time Irish heart an image of nmnhoud and priesthood worthy of love and rev ereace ami today his successor de serve that love and reverence In this free land of ours where there is lio State establishment where all men worship as to them seems right where religion is the faith ot the soul not the edict of time law all of all sects andcreeds can unite today in the rec ognition that we are indeed brothers that we are kinsmen by ties higher than the ties of nationality or time bonds of a common creed as men we are brothers And in this spirit The Herald hails loSt Patricks Day in the Morning Morning Herald Itis said that Fitz Websters newest A Breezy Time which will be seen at the Opera House Friday March 21 lies a little more excuse for existence than most farce comedies It has a comprehensive story and al though time story does not take up by any means the time occupied by the production it furnishes a very good rack upon which to hang clover spe- cIalties that the vinous performers in troduce Hows Thlc We cfler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls ditarrh Cufe F J CIIKENYE Co Props Toledo Olin W 1m MiiJersigned have known F J viieney lor the last ISyears and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any made by their firm drugaistToIedoMarvin Wholesale Druggist Toledo Ohio Hallg Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon lime blood systemPricegists Testimonials free f Halls Family Pills are tbo best 1m Cant Keep U Secrel The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is uaily coming to light No such grand remnIv for Liver and Bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Con stipaiionSirk Headache Biliousness Jaundice anti Indigestion Try timers 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Few women are not masculine as not to look around for some mans seat In a crowded street car 0 1f4Ttia signature is on cvery box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuininc Tablets too remedy that cures R cold in one flay 4 Some people seem to think trade is so vulgar that they dont even pay thoir bills ro oiniE A COLD IN ONE DAT rake Laxative Br6mo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to euro li W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents There are any number of ways to pet worse time onlj way to get betteris to doit Stops the Cough and Works of the i Ccfd Laxative IJromo Qiiuine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Political changes should never be made save after overcoming great re sistance The Vice of Nagging Glonds the happinas of the home hut a naggiuj woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health Unit trifles annoy her If Simi ig melancholy excitable troubled with toss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spoils she needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women ThoiiKiiitls of sufferers from female trouble nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used it and be come healthy and hapfly Try it Only 50J Perry Thomas guarantee sat isfaction 1in When a mans foot goes asleep at the Opera he surely hiss no sole for music LocbjawFrom Cobwebs Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a womnn lockjaw Millions know that the best timiimg to put on a cut is Buck lenTs 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 Thom as drug store There are selfmade fools as well as selfmade men Totter SatIlhoura anti Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ases aave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and favorite remedy for sore nipples happed hands chilblains frost bites mod chronic sore eyes 25 cts per bozo Dr dutys Condition Powders are jnst what a horse needs when in bad jondition Tonic blood purifier and rermifogo They are not food lint medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pnci 25 euis per package Truth is miphty Sometimes its mislay uncomfortable Hurryup Medicine Every hoiw kepper recognizes the need ol cllertive remedies to be nsel in ein niniiM when something must be dune right away Such a remedy Perry Davis 1iutikillor for sprait and bruises for strained muscles and for the aches and pains result inc from blows mind falls Its mission of mercy began sixty years ago It is used in countries There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis A shiny coat isnt always the distill guishing mark of a polished man The III Wind that blows nobody good is bent on er rands of miwhief in the full and win ter It produces that most dangerous of common complainta a bad niil Your cold will not become bronchitis nnr consumption if you make timely use of Allens Lung Balsam Take it frequently until time cough and the stoppedup feeling in the chest are gone Contains no opium and will not disturb digestion You cant tell the size of a mans trouble by his sighs Filters are cloirged with real estate cJl CHEAP RATE opi One Cent Per Mile TO D8oa5 sasA- pril 18 to 20 jf J- BY Illinois Central Good to return until April or by extension to May 15 Account of Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veterans A ++Liberal stopover privileges including op to visit scene of famous siege and New National Park site at Vicksburg Cheap side trips from Dallas to Texas and Oklahoma points Double dally fast service via Memphis or Vicksburg Shreveport with close connec tions Special Through Train from Louisville for Kentucky delegates and their friends R H FOWLER Tray Pass Agt L O B K Louisville Ky SPECIAL NOTICE Confederate Veterans and their friends can get full iIh fdrrnation by calling on Dr J MPoyntz 9 reTH- ELexington4 Democrat f seIs THE ONLYce DAILY Democratic Paper PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass RegionJ 4 toIparty and gives all the news without fear or favr Q Subscription Trice SSOOa Year It 15 Cents a Veek by Carrier + 44 + j1 W P WALTON Jw EDITOR AND MGRJ c Lexington Kentucky J 1 il i 3l siIsI The wllOle Year 0 4Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of good quality cluI knit assorted solid colors 15 cellteachIFancv combination fleecelined closely knit stitched allover with silk floss at 23o each Closely knin Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each I Mens Handkerchiefs The best 5 cent Handkerchief ever pro- ducedfjl staple borders of ned and Blue also plain White atBc each The leader of the line Mens Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched border printed In tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color effects at SOc g Silky Japanetle Cloth Handkerchiefsone inch hem white initial in corner at Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at 25c business always ground CloaksI Says Ton MODS 1w1t 0Ne 3DXs iXks av rQTea 2 Oxford superior quality made bleached yarn ii 1signs hemmed 70x73 each Kevere a Spread that just added 70x extra soft yarn raised hemmed at 99c A Drive in f Genuine I Marsailles QuiIts t a 1Cor Main First St W r I rfa CfD- Zc vtItz 0 r 7- L1r ijco gIC ij 1 arrivipg dally our our selection the the handsomest Etc Braid Attention particularly please the fastidious have a I stock gt prices complete R time now I what trade R Cures Eczema anti Itching Humors IJiiiod Cost Nothing Try B B Botanic Blood is now recognized a certain sure cure for Eczema itching skin humors scabs watery blisters pimples aching joints carbun cles prickling pain the skin old eating etc Botanic Blood Balm internally cures the deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy supply skin Botanic Balm is tho only euro stay for awful annoying skin troubles Other remedies B- It actually cures Ltals every sore the rich health the skin B B B builds up the down bodv inakos time red and nourishing 3000 voluntary testimonials of by Botanic Hahn B Druggists Trial treatment prepare by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble free medical given until cured 2 people who flats suscepti ble flattery Master Sale I II 0 Admr PUS Notice of Sale Equity turby J House and Lot N Main on wet owned the Bcptt lot and t the C Broaddutplace This Is situated the best residence a bearing b r O o Uazelood ail revi Cqlibd I J Y riU Which makes your safe andsound bargains such as here are found Will help you hold your Childrens Eiderdown Fancy colored Eiderdown good weight tIll with Angora fur IiI throughout with cream colored Flannelette ni the best values ever produced was SI now 8iCloth Cloaks in dark blue and red with e collar apliquetl white silk braid at land 150 itaeteW- hen tin town see us When at home write us In either caso well t t I fafe I Sheer High Grade Lawn llandkerchu half Inch of soft Swiss Lawentr ered all around in very tateralrUewhite chain work well worth ISo at Ladies Swiss Handkerchiefs with txr ot real lace flower designs at Sic Novelty Mufflers in popular of Kngllsh Serge site J9iM l e White Quilt of in new size at 49c has been to the line size 1 fine finish 2ply Hobby centers each 11 Quality 833 high grade Marsailles 124 gjsr heavy weight floral center patterns 111OV1 groupings ferns and flowers the handM evcroffered for time Priced apt 209 Ask to see them OWEN MCKEE k 1 t 1 X 1 j- t ef Quilts large money Newfu are at vast Emporium and in we have way Spring Goods line of Ginghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions UnequaledisMellick Fleas Stamped Linen and Coronation is called to our read vm de Skirt Department In this line we can most tastes and large assortment to select from If you will call and examine these goods and you are sure to buy A of NewMatting has just been received and is placed on sale We buy in best markets of the world youknowLowest Prices Is that you want If so w- ittmL0LCC Smith J 1Through The to it H Balm as and scales bones or boiles sores ulcers taken woist and most Mood to the Blood to cured these may relieve but n and gives glow of to broken and blood Over cures Blood B IL SI free and and advice Are live in to COllImissiollcrs Broaddas iBIn By oftheabovestYle Mii 19U thepremnisshighestviz A oneacrestreet the by lot by ownedbyknown IL lot 14 per andnitsixmOnthspaymentcfthepurchaaemnoney5o5 DODd legal Interest reservednponmoney paid SCOTTfimarSwKenny Att For over collar edged white sailor in Handkerchiefs made lee colors high grade new suironu of in of in QT Richmond Kentucky 4 J il Ou w 4 I CJO 0 4- fa It is time you were thinking about g your 9r YfeIand therefore it is time to think of us You cannot be too particular about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied stock to select from You want widt variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and rightpricesWethese wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspection of our stock before placingyour order r VVO Oldhamii Cor 2d and Irvine Sts J RICHMOND Julj3My fe IIRALPH BINGHAM s AT THE s Court House Monday Night 31 ii0 i i VI+ au 4iti KENTUCKY MARCH P 7r f iwI i 11 LrtkcYcb aT T5 qtp 0iJ Ijfp A1 AWe hue rpceled a carload f the if finest Clover and Timothy Seed tbat State5v fljl WhiterII excelled by none We have alao In w fore making a purchase In tbls line as ln l It Prove profitable tov Our line of Qrocerj fSIi1prices hI Central fOUIrare as reasonable nuxikDEATflER6EE CO op tJ 1 vJ WC7C7Qfi3 Oil iW- dl oqaag o w iEsDEATIIERA6E CQ The Richmond Climax iNI1PAV MAR 19 1902 r A Wilkes Smith Dentist is r w Inated over J B Stouffers jingtore Cfebtf ifur Ralph Bingham Iii It coal on the market at I r A Vitts febHh3m II IVrry tins been reappointed iMrat Winchester H Breck agent for Fire Life a Vrilcnt insurance C2feb4t in forget to go to hear Ralph I at the Court House Monday t March 31 mitry lady wealthy of domestic r ivniild marry a kind honorable f immediately Marion 27 V rk Chicago iv Letcher Witt a trial order f Their Jellico and Brush Creek c tlietalk of the town feb19 3ra Eva L Dunning humorist a lamatic reader will give an enter nt at the Court House Friday 1r young ladles of Kirksville in v n their candy pulling at the Hall Kirksville Friday even- U liivhwj ive your orders early for Easter at Middeltous drug store s jriveller the Lexington flo r Y pay express charges iI logs wero caught in the Kent iver during the recent rise than I uuiher of years and Valley View a rii are both well supplied omey W S Lawwill has been a f 18 Commissioner at Dan n succeed Calvin M Fackler a as fJ the revenue service ttli extracted without pain 25 DR Houos Richmond Ky iviMisa trUl order for the cele k Jackson county Cannel coal l aitcnl to be the best litiii Lotcher Witt Vriii agent II G Rising has a the rural delivery route- sf Mlivland Uncoln county aud- t ivict will be inauguarated in a iuuty days here in todays CLIMAX ap- r dvertifeiiuiit of Mr W in which every housekeeper in M and adjoining counties should- r profit thereby iss Kia L Dunning the popular- r dllm at the Court house Fr- iGIII April 25 The entertain Ir Iii he under theauppicesof Mad is I 11 Xil4I O OK Iivzy Time which will be fr 111 Opfra House Friday March 2n of the most effective farce c s in town this season It is di- ivithiut being maim and has a story which makes a very viiiclc for introdtiiiig tlio vnrl o inities of difierent members of t arli one of whom is nn artist L br line great Ralph iiinghain will be li 045viiighr March 31 Turnpike Contract r s Million of Ncwby has the con- t1 Ir furnishing and putting metal o lateM Creek pike He has aI- r die much work on the pike Wanted 1 iu Tailor or Mantuamaker but t liBiowork Will work tljeii for I s ptr dozen AddreSd M W Ji iLkv 20feb2t 20000 for Jacksoa I 1 H Blautou was notified last v tial Mrs S P Lets whudird ra v in New York had bequeathed ij to the endowment futvd of tho SI Ltes Institute at Jackson A Card I save bought out the Harness and 8 uiery business of Mr John McClin jt and wit soil at reduced prices for z Jys Come to see ine Io4t J T MOBEBLEY Valley View Store 5od NicholosviiPJbtB sat Valley View last week The i iase WitS made for speculation arid iJ a dfislrabio location for an enterpris iILg merchant vi Candy Pulling Tiic young ladles of Kirksville will EVP a candy pulling Friday evening March 21 in the College hall at Kirks ville The proceeds will go to Pattie A fay Infirnjaiy It is a good cause and the party should be well attended We make a specialty of all kinds of grain torfle ed purposes feb 19 3ni Letcber Witt Union Depot at Lexington Tho project to erect a union depot at Lexington for the accommodation the Lexington Eastern the Chesa peake Ohio and the Louisville Nashville trains is now well uniler way The depot will be erected wbp el the Chesapeake Obio depotnow stands l r Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprltf Ralph Bingham Monday March 31 Milt S Cohen purchased two finA saddle horses Monday from Joe Collins for 250 each See saddlery harness and farmers supplies at J T Moberleys before volt buy McClintocks stand on linm street201eWanted Country dried apples will pay cash Kellogg Jc Withenbury febl24t For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Urocerv Co tf For bale Pure bred Plyrnoth Rock eggs for set ling purposes All eggs are selected and carefully packed before shipping 75 cents per setting of 15 eggs mcb5 4t D A McCoru Good Crop Expected It is said now that the wheat crop will be an average one after all The re cent snows have been of great benefit to the crop and the prospect ii much better now than it was a month ago Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building- If Richmond Ky Cattle Sales The cattle trade has been very good for the past week There were several car loads of feeders from Virginia and Eastern Kentucky on sale at the Madison stock yards Saturday all of which sold well New Bridge The new iron bridge spanning Shal low Ford is about completed and will be of great coynnience to the people of rtrat section It was built by the Brackett Bridge Company and is con eidered a first class one- 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 good reference when writing The A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue cents stamps mch5 Gt Music Has Charms Who is there that does not like mus sicand especially flue musicIA Breezy Time at Opera House Friday March 21 has a fine brass band and orchestra playing nothing but the very best selections and those who want to hear will have a chance as the band makes a parade daily Land Sales Robt Couchman told his farm of 50 acres near Whites Station to J W Mallard fur SI 500 This tract joins Mr Ballards and is considered excel lent property Mr Couchman has bought a farm of 100 acres well im proved in Owen county from James Harris paying2000 for same to wh ch he will meve his family at once High Price For Mules Mr T J Curtis was in Danville last week juying mules While there he bought a car load from Fox Bright paying 152 per head for them It ie the highest average price paid for mules in Kentucky fcr years They were bough for Virginia parties and were shipped to Stanton Va Monday Will Zion to dark Mrs Mary Belts of Richmond lisa leased her mothers farm known nKthe old Taylor place near Pine Grove Her son Barbee and daughter Miss Virginia are there now keeping house Mrs Betts who is teaching school in Richmond will move to the place as soon as her school is out Winchester SunSTieLA The Lexington Observer says Mr RA Woolums of the Louisville Atlantic Railroad was in thecity Mon day and paid this office unpleasant call Wnderfiil improvement has been made iu not only the road bed but rolliuir slock of this road and it is now giving its patrons extra service with the prospect of a vast improvement in the near future Captured With Blood Hounds The house of Mrs Lucretla Grimes on Sugar creek Garrard county was beIlnltmore immediately to get Mulligens blood hounds Alter a hot trail of three miles Robert Carrier anti Alford Preston wero run down and arrested the former having taken refuge in a hemp shock Preston confessed to having been one of the guIlty ones Beautiful Display Mr S L Midkiff has on display at his Carriage Shops one of the most complete line of carriages buggies etc that has everbeeii put on the market in this city His stock con sists of both handmado ahd manufactured vehicles and anyones time is well spent who will take a few ino jnentBunil call and view the display PricesTpa carriages range from l15to 225 J buggtesIfrom 55 to O- OtfleeJuly 17tf Notice This is to warn the public that will not be responsible for any debts con trac ShnrpfebGlm elt Attention is called to the advertise mist of Hurst Bros tile wideawake merchants of the East End which ap ears in todays CLIMAX Purchasers viM profit by reading what tii y have to say The White Sale The sale of the personal property of sirs Lucy A White deceased took ilnco Saturday afteriiODii An unusu ally lure crowd was on hand and ev erything sd well The thing that Irew the crowd was the handsome ol nahojrany furniture of winch several pieces were sold at high prices A Newspaper Man Says When a theatrical company gets the Iest of press notices andnewspaper mention without buying them vou can rest assured there is real merit in Breezyrimeiven with a low extra words for the bandAt Opera House Friday March 21 New Agent Mr John W R Williams special aent of the Mutual Benefit Insurance Co of New York N J lias been in the city several days working up the business of his company He has se emed the services of Mr T H Pick els to act as agent in this county He is a good man for thin place and will doubtless write lots of business Appreciated Among tho large number of subscrip tions recently received the CLIMAX is dad to acknowledge note from Mr Evan S MeCord of Fair Haven Wash ington in which ho says Inclosed find New York draft for which you may send me the CLUIAX until 1905 ft is such as this that make our hearts glad and make us feel like it is worth while being in business Tampered With the Mail M S Crammail acent on the Lex ington Eastern railroad was arrested last week charged with opening mall addressed to other parties Crams brother is candidate for reappointment as post master at Jackson and when ho ran across official mail addressed to the rival applicant he opened it Crain is a prominent man in Jackson and owns much valuable property Fashionable Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Gold n who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postofficc Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to tho most elaborate tailormade suit Her work Is sure to please and her terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building mchS tf Public Sale The sale of Sam Deatherages stock farming implements and house hold goods took place at the Mat Todd place near Berea last Wednesday The sale was well attended and everything sold very well A good lot of corn brought 290 per barrel One old mule sold for 0 and 75 bead of year ling and old cattle brought from 17 to 30 per head Twenty stock hogs brought from 570 to S18 per head A tract of 155 acres of land was routed to Joe Johnson for f280 A Rising Young Nan Martin Welch a leading young busi ness and society man of Danville had a rather unpleasant experience the other night Missing his supper he dropped into a Main street grocery and called for a Half pound of cheese A green clerk gave him a half pound of Fleish mans yeast which resembles cheese in appearance and has very much the same taste Mr Welch ate the yeast and it soon began to rise in his stomach He looked like a bloated bond holder but the situation was more plnasant to spectators than to Mr Welch Saddlery Harness and farmeassup plies at J T Moberleys at a reduction for SO days McClintocks stand on Main street 26feb4t A Card to the Public I have just closed an eight days auction sale in the jewelry line and have disposed of allmy Kangaroo goods have now a nice clean stock of watch 3 diamonds and jewelry of all kinds and am adding new goods to my al ready large etoci I have 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 you will be nhlo to get the saiiio any place in the United States Respectfully 3in D P Armor Want Damages A dispatch from Marion Ind says that John W Pierce of Marion Ind and his mother Mrs Julia A Pierce of Irvine Ky have filed a claim with Congressman George W Steele of In diana for 87500 tho value of a steamboat and barge which was burned by the Union Army at Irvine It is claimed that the boat and barge were burned and a quantity of pig iron de stroyed on the night of March 24 1SC3 Mrs Pierce makes affidavit that her husband way always loyal to the Un ion and never gave assistance to the Confederate Army Affidavits have been received from the officers who burned the boats stating that they did so upon orders from Washington A special act of Conress will be asked to allow the claim Gas Reduction About one year ago tins company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to 175 CSTBut notice is especially given that this discount On gas will not he allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rato penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec4tf The best grades of Jollico and Brush Creek coals grain feed seed corn find cement feblOSm Letcher Witt It I WANTED IN MISSOURI Sieriff Wagers and Joe Terra Cajtcre the Fu gitive at Berea Sheriff Wagers and his deputies are starting qut to rival the excellent record made by exSheriff Colyer in capt tiring criminals The first catch of im portance was made last week when Frank Jones wanted in Lewis county UOOIl the charge of incest was loca ted and captured by Mr Wagers and Deputy Joe Terrill A letter was re ceived from tho Sheriffof Lewis county Mo last Saturday by Mr Wagers stat ng a warrant had been issued for frank Jones charging criminal m ault on his own thfrt enyeaiold laughter The letter contained full lescrlption of the man giving the tolor of his eyes hair mustache shape of his nose mouth and head and de bribing his clothing and boots The Sheriff stated that no reward had been offered hut that he would give 25 for die capture On Tuesday another let ter was received saying the man would be in Berea Ky and that he would receive mail in the name of Thomas Daniels It was found later that Dan iels was the name of Jones brotherin law In the second letter the Sheriff laid that the reward had been raised to 100 Sheriff Wagers and Deputy Joe Terrill drove out to Beroa They expressed themselves before they lett town as perfectly confident that they would land thtir man When they readied Berea they first went to th postoffice and inquired if any nail from the West had been received b Thomas paniels They noticed a man standing by talking to a woman and both were at once struck with his resemblance to the description given of the fugitive The man in question turned his back when ho saw the officers examining him and in a minute he left the house Mr Terrill asked the postmaster if he knew him and hf said that he knew nothing about him except that he bad recently arrived ibm the West When this was told Mr Wageis the latter interviewed the stranger who was then standing in the street In reply to the question he said his name was Jones He was im mediately handcuffed and brought to town The Sheriff of Lewis county arrived Friday and after paying the re ward left immediately for Danville Mo where Jones will be tried for his crimeFrank Jones is a native of this coun ty He left here seventeen years ago going to Harrison county where he afterward married A few years ago he removed toMissouii The gentleman from Missouricompli meuted cur officers highly on their prompt and businesslike way of going after criminals It makes no difference where the evil doer goes he is always in danger while Madison lies a Sheriff Candy Sale There will bo some very delightful candy at the Stockton Hagan drug store on sale on Saturday morning All who love good fresh candy made by experienced confectioners can get just what they want A Company of Clever Musicians Without becoming personal kindly compare the band now enroute with A Breezy Time to any concert band that has ever visited your city A just comparison will decide in favor of tim former This by the way is only one of the strong features of the or ganizationAt House Friday March 21 Correspondents Wo desire to impress the fact on our correspondents that no letter will be published in the CLIMAX unless the correspondents name is signed to it The name will not be published but we must know who the writer is A number of good letters have been thrown out during the past few weeks because they were not signed Please give your name Special Judge Appointed Governor Beckham has appointed and commissioned Attorney Robert Riddell of Estill county Special Judge of the Pike Circuit Court for the trial of the cases of Jennie Leslie against G W Pinson and others in equity and of John W Ford against S B Leslie and others in equity now pending in that court The cases involve tIll title and boundary of big tracts of land The bar was unable to agree on a Judge to try the cases Another Mill to Start It is highly probable that Valley View will have another saw mill in operation soon W J Roberts of that town was in Chicago last week to close a deal with the Barker Cedar Co for their mill Mr Roberts has been try- Ing for some time to buy or lease the mill and if he succeeds he will begin operations at once He already has a six mouths run of logs tied up at Val ley View and if he gts the mill he will buy enough for a years run Terrible Wind Storm The wind and hail storm Wednes day afternoon was the worst we have had here for years The clouds gath ered in a very few mintes and for about five minutes it looked like the storm would demolish every thing iu its path Tim city escaped with little damage Several chimneys were blown down and a portion of the roof on Mr W U Powells residence was torn loose Out In the country the damage was greater At Union City the Christian church was unroofed Hundreds of panels of fence and a great many fodder shocks were blown down Two out houses at T A Sheltons home were wrecked and the large tworoom school house was blown off its foundation and bad ly twisted Heavy losses wore also re ported from the Muddy creek bottoms Fortunately there was no loss of life Mr James Harris near Union reports his loss at about 1000 Two barns and other smaller bnildinge on the Noland farm were wrdokedl Lackeys Store Burglarized loickeya store at Waco was entered by burglars last Thursday night and several dollars in silver and a quantity of goods were taken The burglars first entered the blacksmith shop and secured the tools to force thtir way into the store They did their work neatly and left no trace behind them Sheriff Wagers and his deputies went out but could not make much headway having no clue to begin with The blood hounds of Messrs Moore and senttorthe afternoon with the hounds and in company with Sheriff Wagers and Dep uty R W Colyer went to tho scene of action The hounds were put on the trail but as several hours had elapsed and several hundred people bad been about the place in the meantime it was impossible to tract the fugitives Although they have not been captured yet the Sheriff has liot given up hope of landing them PERSONAL Miss Mary H Little Is visiting rela ivej ii Louisville Editor T Hood Little was inLoiiis trifle yesterday Col U Mi Edgar was in Barbour vllle on business last week Joo Brown of Clark was hero Sat urday on business Mrs Z T Rico is spending the week vitli relatives in Lancaster Mrs Aimio Engleman of SUufoid i vixiinir Mrs Kit Ohniault Miss Lue Myers ot Jei ainine county is vjairiug relatives in this lily Mr Thomas Anderson visited rola ives in Garrartl county last week Mite Bettie Weiithera of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mary Tribble Mit Keiin Stiverleft Friday for Ash ville X C to pjend beveral mouths ExMayor ClaudeSinith hasreturned from a six weeks trip to Oklahoma Mr Charles Chennult of Winchester ipenl Sunday with his parents here Mr George D Vearen of Stanford van In the city several days last week Mrs W D Oldhain is visiting her sister Mrs 11 C Shipp in Cynlhiana Dr and Mrs Burgin and little dauch er are visiting relatives at Crab Or ihard Miss Aline Burns of Cyntliiana is a euest of her sister Mrs N V White Mrs S B Hume came home from Asheville N C last week to spend a few days Mr and Mrs Tames Whin of Win chester spent Sunday with Mrs Eliza beth Miller Miss Berthenia McCord has returned from a visit to Miss Florence Burnside at LancasterMr Couchman and wife of Fayette are visiting relatives at Whites Station Mr John B Harris of the Winchester Sentinel WES the guest of his par ents her Friday William Smith anti William An drews of Centre College spent Sunday with friends here Capt Thos Ferrell is reported vory much better at this writing lie hopes 10 be out again real soon Mrs D N Sharp and Miss Katherine sliiinnoii oi Slielbyville are the guests of Mrs B L Middelton Mr James W Smith and Mr Clar ence E Woods went to Crab Orchard Thursday to spend several days Mrs J leis Wilkerson of Lexing ton was called here Friday by the death of her sister Miss Sudie Itussell- MiBses Emily and Nettie White were the attractive guests of their brother Mr R C White of Winchester last McFerran Crowe of Versailles and Rev Win Crowe of Frankfort were the guests ot Mrs Win Crowe Alvan Strange of Washington D C has returned home after a visit to Miss Taylor at Madison Female In stituteCapt Henry J GibsQn an old C U student has been ill several days at the home of Mrs Win Crowe on High street Mr J J Gibson a prominent saw mill and coal operator of Pineville has been the guest of friends in the city this week Mesdames Flora Creekmore have returned from Louisville with the handsomest line of cillinery they have ever carried Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe entertained a few friends last Thursday evening to six oclock dinner in honor of Mr and Mrs Z T Rice Mrs J J Brooks of Crab Orchaul returned home Monday after a months visit to her sister Mrs Joe Minary Woodford Sun Mr John W It Williams of Frank fort special agent for the Mutual Bene fit Insurance Co was in the city several days last week Mrs W S Montgomery of Lexing ton and Miss Dovie Letcher of Mt Vernon were called here last week by the Illness of Col W It Letcher Matt S Cohen of Richmond who is the live stock agent of the Louisville Nashville railroad was In the city yesterday on business Danyille News Mr J T Hamilton was called to In dianapolis last week by the illness of his daughter who resides in that city A card from Mr Hamilton Friday stated that she was out of danger Miss Ann Bennett Cohen accompan jet her father Mat S Cohen to Cin cinnati Saturday and remained over Sunday with her mother who haa un dergone a serious operation at Bethes hospitalMiss ssie Turley entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Ford formerly of Madison Institute The guests were Misses Eliza both Keith Ford Jane Breck Stella Adams Emma Duncan Florie Chen ault Lizzie Dozier Katie Douglas Ana Bel Brough and Bessie Turley Mrs Joe Chenault Mrs Z T Rice and Mrs John Turley The reception this afternoon at the residence of Mrs E II Hume will be given by time members of the First Presbyterian Womans Aid Society to the women of the church and congrega tion and friends This is the first of a series of receptions to be given by this society trots which much pleasure is anticipatedOn afternoon from 3 to 5 Mrs II R Biunnm received in honor of Mrs E Tutt Burnam of Burnamwood The house was very effectively decorated with potted plants and cut flowers In profusion making an artistic setting tor the throng of handsomelygowned women who accepted the invitation of the gracious hostess Time picture was indeed a beautiful one heightened by time sweet music and the pleasant hum ofvoices nor is it necessary that the beautiful little forgetmenots worn away by each guest be preserved to re call to their minds a delightful after noon RELIGIOUS Grace Episcopal church of Chicago has tendered its rectorship to Dean Baker P Leo of Lexington at all an nual salary of 15000 Prof McQarvey of Madison Insti tute will preach at Bethel near Bald win next Sunday March 2- 3MATRIMONIAL lYiiiTESuiTn Mr Charles White formerly of this city but who now lives in Louisville was married lat week to Miss Ali eSmitha popular young lady ofCyiithiana Mr White held II position two years URO with W Lia T f VI J f t D Oldham f C- oTATuyIACKESamul Tatum of Valley View and Julia Ann Lackey were married at the home of the bride at Fox Estill county yesterday HuxTBnYAXT Howard Hunt an Mrs Alice Bryant both of Silver Creek wore married esterday at the home of Thomas Rhodus BIRTHS ToBXEii To the wife of Allen Tur tier of Ne why a fine girl Wednesday March 12 DEATHS KENNEDY Mr Thomas S Kennedy father of Dr O A Kennedy formerly this city died at his home at Creh lof Hull Wednesday aged eighty three years EWIXO Mr Felix McLellnn Ewing died at his home near Owingsvillo Tuesday after a short illness of pact monia Mr Ewing was time only eon of the late Judge A J Ewing and was about thirtynine years of age He was one of tho wealthiest young men of this State He leayes six sisters Mrs J M Poyntz of this city Mrs Joshua Owens and Irs JamesG ate wood of Mt Sterling Mrs Ellie Cntlett ufj Owingsville Mrs Jesse Turney of Paris and Mrs J E Gaitskil of Win chesterRusszuFive weeks ago Miss Dora Russell was laid to rest in the Richmond Cemetery On Monday her bis ter Miss Sudie was laid by her side to await the coming of her master Inj separable in life it seemed fitting and beautiful that these two sisters should go lo their final home so close together for the going of the one had robbed the earthly home once so lull and happy of all its attiactions to the lonely one Miss Sudie Russell was one of the best known and best lorcd women of this community in all circles and stations in life There were none too high or low to be reached by her loving sym pathy especially was her hand out strttched to the poor and needy the sick and suffering Modest and retiring as she was she feared nothing for hsr self but unhesitatingly answered all demands made on her strength and time Her call catnelsuddenly as the most desired and her friends can take comfort from the knowledge that tilie had spent her life preparing for the summons and had long been read to go She was sick only a few hours having spent part of her last afternoon on an errand of mercy The second Presbyterian church of this place of which she hiss long been the main stay will miss her surely as will the whole city and community Held prcr Sam Francis colored charged with beating his wife was tried in the Coun ty Court Monday and held over to the Grand Jury under a f20Q bond In Lexington WaIler C Traynor the well known young horseman has gone to Lexing ton where he will train for W P Aug lin of the Maples Mr Traynor has been for several years past trainer for Cecil Bros of Danville and his friends here hope for a great future for him New Grocery Miller Bros will open a new grocery at the Len Wilson stand near thEL N depot lhe new business will be run in connection with the up town store and the purpose is to accommo date their growing trade in that part of town Gone With the Show Mr Alex Bowles the talented youpg musician formerly director of the Richmond Military Band left Monday for Birmingham Ala where he will join Harris Nickel Plate Shows Tim land line lost a splendid man but all congrat imitate the young man on securing a good position The Elks Fair The Elks have already begun to make their plans for the great fair to be given this summer The old Unver sity Campus is spoken of as time place for the fair and every effort will be made to make It the greatest success of years The olHcm ejected are H H Colyer president R W Miller first vice nresident Mat Cohen second vice president D R Tevis secretory and Messrs J W Rock and A a Wells as sistantsecretaries The Executive Corn mittee is as follows J A Sullivan JI Stone Walker W D Oldham D n1 TevIs T J Smith C G Douglali II C Rice Newland Jones R W Ctolyer andJ S Collins Its hard to keep a good man ilown especially if ho happens to be the champion wrestler A society woman says time trouble about making calls is that you soioften find people at home The contortionisiis pot time hnr fel low who is addicted to patting IJf pself on the back i eluthinx if ALL SHAPES ALL STYLES ALL SIZES I ALL PRICES Our Htis the largest in Central Kentucky three or four times as large as any other in Richmond and every Hat is sold under a positive guar antee as to price and quality New Spring Styles Now Ready Glad to Show You Through covlNGTON BANKS t butitherels Stock 11 i ti tlIi ICarpets Mattings Rugs and mWhich is opened for inspection at prices that defy competition lItllare invited to come and inspect same f IWe secured bargain in a few hundred yVdecorated Jarditheres I which we offer at about onethird less iit cost to make thern23 29 35 30 and thanJ mo- reaiuiiiuiiiciA Dont wait it wont last long Cant Jet lTH rt SHOES j1rw-e L4MensANOTHER LOT OF r IRemnantIt4i and 6f yard pieces now on sale you will save money i i regular price fail to ook over them India Linens 5 Gi a Si 10 12i 15 and 20c Dont fail to see our new Percales and ij J- rl tc4MjidMadras Cloth for Shirt Waists tw i DO YOU To sell your RE A L ESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all time as I may be able to help you Address JM N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12decly The is not the only fel low who is addicted to patting himself on the back One Box Cures I had a very severe case of eczema and tried several remedies given me by difierent druggists but they did not Jive me satisfaction Mr Eymann your Remicks Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief and ono box cured me of the lesease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Middleton 5lunely The new woman if 3 ou look close enough will often be found to be an old woman NEW They cure dandruff hair fall nlJ nrnd ache etc costs the wnn 1 IIIIcomb Dr Whites liltjcuio uu ii Tho only patented Comb in time world People it has been introduced are wild with delight Yon simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is simply utah made so that it Is absolutely impossible illI break or cut the hair Sold on a ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac tion in every respect Send stamps for one Ladies size SOc Gents size S5c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad dress D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr It often happens that tho maid is made up Beauty is born in the blood Beauty Iis more than skin deepit is blood deep Wheti tIme blood Is tainted by disease the flesh will feel it and the skin will show it Sallow or muddy pimples blotches and eruptions are only the surface signs of impure blood Face washes lotions powders may pallate the evils but they cannot cure the disease lbe only cure is to cleanse the blood of the matter which is the cause of time outbreak in the flesh and skin Impure blood can be purified by use of Pierces Golden Medical Its elTect on fleshand skin is marked Sores heal and The skin becomes smooth maid regains its natural color The eyes brighten and sparkle the whole body is radiant with the brightness and beauty of health Golden Medical Discovery contains no alco hol whiskey or other Intoxicant and is free fr6m opium cocaine and other narcotics The use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assists the action of tho by cleans lag the system of matter Never estimate vour peach cr jIrom a census of the buds U c j l l i LL j 14We are showing the prettiest line of j ih ever had Infants Shoes lOc up Mteees t S3 50 1 1 f about Dont k k willbeuptoilato fIn Clothing will say we have the best stock we Intro ever J shown and at prices to suit oujill5000 yards of Gingham ilJIHSheetil1gRWe are showing the largest stock ot Corsets ever seen in 1 Richmond at 25c to 250 Yt 1- ieb t I RcspectfullySubrnittedB V ELDERi Iit m i I eldWANT particulars contortionist Eczema recommended SOMETHING everywhere unbreakable uptodate complexions complexion poisonous absolutely Discovery disappear absolutely Discovery clogging i i A Mortgage on an Air Castle jand a dead nuns good intentions are equally worthless to a widow vandher orphan children Take oat tlapolicy NOWwhile you canwith The Mutual Life A Insurance Co of Kentucky I rand provide something subslantlaliJ or your widow and orphans The iffi New Perfection Policy incontesta il j7ilfefieldi w iCO jjjJ ME A Jt USD C Beck IIStatoDEAL AT Muirst Bths IDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in I Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe LINE is complete and larger than before We also handle TTxit fhn OvPJIIalls Groceries Queensware MatsVegejesTujflvrof- all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE- of all kinds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE 17 HURST BROS III FFThe Climax t II + oeo1 Lr++4 ++++ aYear + 4 ++ ++ +i4+ + + i fo Lo IIll t1tic R ilr01Q DAILY EX SUNDAY RI N I LIlAVC flIO1MON- DGFVa1Ittyze4oebtrg Shi mandFor Irvine I151im For MllleriCretk 30 pm THUN3 AKTUVB HICHMOND Prom Lonlirllle Lexington andU5lmCincinnati 2Gp- mPomtrive 22apm From UHlert OrreV 8ftiam C it nUOWNlKQ Gen Mgr f MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery 7 FOB Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Bemediea Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFoverPleurisy WhoopingCough Trice 50c 1 Trial Bottlo Free It j 11 I PAGE y1v I am gut for tbe Page Wire Fence 1tnd will sell any amount mtcd Keep car toads u hand at all tIeRAlno pure bred Duroci- ltone7 Hogs for J T saleI I BEST it e Rain and veat base no effect on with ness aHazIJJ risu the damp sabledo not break No rough sur rT LdhamSotonly keeps locinhlsnew asloncbytheV wears twice use of u nil I InClnsi Made Standard s Company Kadel-Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of ItglvcsJnstantrelietandneverfalls the food you want The mostscnsitlve manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First doserelieves Adictunnecessary Cures all ChicagoCheI1butt1econta1ns2i For sale by Perry Thomas J 1I TABLETSr 9 FCI tOUGHS t01D51IMADE WITH PURE SPANISH LICORICE GLYCERINE TABLETS 3OS POCKET TINS FOR OF HOARSENESS THROATAFFECTIONS I IF NOT SOLD BY YOUR DRUGGIST MAILED FREE UPONRECEIPTOF PRICEI 863 BROADWAY N CITYI Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers YArds have been iilaredinii rearrangetl It id the nearest point to the Eastern market lIed iitstrilMiting point EIIfl of the Missiseippi for Baltimore Washing Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Omifdpmneiile ff Commis ion firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr 8Jeel v y A Free Pkftizre of Gen0 Lee IAny veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas 1April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert IL Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he will send us his name and address and the name Jmd address of the Camp to which he belongsIJThoCottoolleUoerawaltsownto Dallas and other Texas cities wltbont Ichanre These truth leave Memphis mo mine and evening afierlfcearrlral of traln via all linn thus offerlnR you close cooneetloos and excellent ccrrlce R turn TnvtEij tascqcr Apst tbdaiua Wt 1I1J fessral Ttssaft Ki TOet Art Iris x D r K na e r z rrs TreasIJ 1 gThe JeffersDn Gurnty reIy Co 1 Incorporated If9 Offers you the best DSTvESTMENT CONTRACT L On the Market tt t 1 dThe because willmake you theI Most Money+ ISold stomach troubles RELIEF WI jtVit for J business on our fw Booksit4 + hi 1 + rca jires LESS money to com 1 1 Ciplet an Investment in The Jeffer r3son than in anyother Company Lw J 4 J vhtnlUtJ tJ 11trial will prove the wisdoM of itn Investment In The Jefferson A HoMibiIcI4No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTQN KY r e rrrcq Germany and Our War With Spain In an interesting personal article about Henry the Sailor Prince in the March Magazine Number of The Outlook Mr Poultney Bige low says Duringour Spanish war Prince Henry was in the Far East and some of his fleet took a distinctly personal interest in what Admiral Dew ey was about in the Philip puies Much of this t rsn ul attention vus m friendlyat Iwiai iiwt to the Government of the United States The German officers seemed eager to show their love for their brother officers of Spain and our officers were incensed by many acts of in civility attributed to the sub ordinates of Admiral Died richs The German ships did not appear to regard themselves as being in Ma nila waters snbject to the permission of the American Admiral on the contrary their behavior showed plainly that they had come to show their respect for the Span iards and to see that Admiral Dewey did what in their eyes was proper Prince Henry had nothing whatever to do with this act of international discourtesyno more to do than had Admiral Diedrichs Both of them were under or ders from Berlin and each didwhat he was told to do with the impersonality of a London policeman who arrests the traffic of Piccadilly for the sake of a nurserymaid and her babywagon Throughout the ports of the Far East Prince Henry was received with cordiality by English and Americans Although it was at a moment when the German press both private and official wasstrain ing a singularly flexible language in the search after epi thets of sufficent virulence to fit their opinion of British and American shortcomings Prince Henry went from one British port to another and was received with as much warmth as though the Government of his imperial broth er was sitting up nights composing love poetry in honor of John Bull and Uncle Sam The Blind Tigers Days Num bered The Farris antiblind tiger bill which has passed both houses of the General Assem bly is one of the most strin gent laws ever enacted by any legislative body and will reduce violations of the local option law in Kentucky to the minimum The law is a step in the right direction and is an evidence of the purpose of the temperance people of Kentucky to see that the fla grant violations of the laws forbidding whisky selling are stopped If the Farris law is enforced and its enforcement is backed up by public sentiment then the days of the blind tiger are num bered Under the Farris law conviction carries with it not only a heavy fine and jail sentence but the court may on the second conviction require the person con victed to give bond for future good behavior The days of the blind tiger in Ken tucky are numbered The ocean is the only power on earth that cart inake a woman indifferent to her personal appearance Many a woman is a martyr to her liusbandsdyspepslaI of health mainly a question of nutrition If tho stomach and other organs of digestion and nutri conditionthere liverbowelsresult from in nutrition and lack of exer ciseDr Pierces Golden Med ical Discovery cures of the stomach and other or gans of digestion and nutri tion and also diseases of oth erorgnnsvhichare the diseased condition ofthe stomach By enabling the perfect nutriItion of body it increases the vital power and promotes a vigorous oldage tlI was tcflcrer from chronic diarrhea for five Rollihelpwould give me relief for ft llrart time only My trouble would return bad u ever tYOIJIII4vkecmnmctwo bottles of OK Golden Medfctl Discovery three vials of the Pellets and tome of the Extract of fimutVreed u tad advised I sinceusingyears old and I never bad to relieve me so quick I think Dr pierce taeiisADta the greatest on earth Sbould I ever tore soy as turn of my Uoubie shall WC tCII medicine My thants to you toe yon a1c dthanks ththrouht no cubctittite for a Golden Med ical Discovery n There Is nothing It just as good for diseases of the stomach lungsDr Pellets the best laxative for old Tfaiy cure con stipatiouandbihthsess r Americas Biggest Farmer David Rankin of Tarkio Mo owns the largest culti vated tract of land in the world says the Cincinnati Enquirer To those who have never visited a large ranch the methods necessary to car ry on the vast amount of work would seem a great problem Mr Rankin owns fourteen ranches containing 22000 acres 700 teams and 220 men men are required to operate Uu daily routine work in the i usy eu iii while the crop art under cultivation Each ranch has an overseer who is required to make a monthly report and to submit the same to his employer The records of the past years work over all the ranches show that a total of 7539 head of cattle had been sold for 172520 and 8249 head of hogs for 111846 The total clearance for the year 1900 amounted to 8100000 The expenses including interest reached the sum of 9185113 Mr Rankin is a close observer and soon picks out the good qualities of his men He is pleasant and accommodating daring and energetic which qualities have won for him the wealth he now commands Besides his farms he has an interest in several bankingconcerns but to these latter he gives little ttention and spends most of his time riding ovor the ranches to see that proper care is being given to stock Sometimes he lends a helping hand in1 pulling steer from the mud again he will assist in building a shed for the fattened hogs Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Removes Pain in one day Pleas SecretarytoJoni t says Half a bottle of llnuna Uieuinatism HellllIlv cured me of an attackof rheumatism After three loses of the remedy I was free from paillF J Haitf For sale at H L Middletons Drug store 202 W Main street tf Theres no smoke without a tire hut often those who call attention to the smoke have started the fire Would Smash the Club If members of the Hay Fever As sociation would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption ihe club would JO to pieces for it always cuivs this malady and AsthniH the kind that baffles thedoutorsit wholly drives from ollcehopelessmonia Bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It conquers Grip saves YhIOOlIiIgCoughnil Throat and Lung troubles P0 j Trial bottles free at Perry 100I dniKntrore irn Some men are unable to obtain credit because they are unknown anti bomn others because they are known A Printer Greatly Surprised I never was eo much surprised in my life as I was with the results of us lug Chamberlains Pain Rain says Henry T Crook pressman of the Aehe ville N C Gazette I contracted n severe case of rheumatism early last winter by Retting my feet wet I tried hflIefirOuepositivelyusingtwotaken its flight and I have not had a rheumatic paul since Sold by Stockton Hagan 1 m AJoke on the Shakers Mr Pearson tells us a joke on the Shakers that is quite amusing as far as it goes says the Harrodsburg Demo crat In the days of Elders Rufus Bryant Ell Hannon Scott and Benjamin Dunlavy the good people of Pleasant Hill were noted for their hos pitality and occasionally they visited friends themselves One of the elders stopped over night with a wealthy and hospitable farmer residing in another part of the State and was royally entertained and on leaving he gave his host and family a cordial in vitation to visit his fraternity for a few days The invita tion was accepted and the farmer with several friends and their wives shortly afterward visited the Shakers and were served with a spl n did supper and enjoyed a pleasant evening When bed time came the gentlemen visitors were assigned to one room and the ladies to another The men entered a pro test but to no avail Oh nay said the elder this is our invariable custom The sexes cannot occupy the same room They had to yield to the rigid rules of their yea and nay hosts Later on the visit was returned and the farmer gladly welcomed a Shaker wagon load of good brothers and sisters When time for retiring came they were all assigned to one large and elegantly furnished room It was now their time to pro testbnt their host said This is our invariable cus tom and one our religiQn prevents us from violating Ikej leftabout that time sand says he dqivt knovr how matters wereadjusted V7 io Ten Cents for Ten Weeks The St Louis Mirror is a tweaty eight page paper in magazine form edited by William Marion Reedy assisted by a stuff of contributors com prising the best writers and literary authorities on all current subjects so cia religious scientific financial lit erary or artistic TIltS Mirror is a weekly review of men arid affairs a treasury of short stories and good poetry a paper in which the best books best plays and best mublc are aLly reviewed and all topics of contemporary interest are giv eucarefid attention It is the lip todale paper for the merchant tho teacher the professional man the student the noliiiciiin as well im fr woman arid lI4 liOIIIP- U HI will wiii us UV in silver or slumps we will utah the Mirror to your address for ten weeks THE MIRROR SJuutf St Louis Mo TilL primitive man is conservative in all HXiren degree Iho latest devel oped art this most iveti e to chance Its the thoughtless people ho think only of tlmmsvlveJ A TEXAS WONDER HALLS OKEAT IHSCOVFUY Ont small bottle of Halls Great Dis covet cures till kidney and bladder troubles rnnioves gravel diabetes euminnl 5iIIiM5IIiistitkand lame bucks rliHiiniaiiom and alt irreguluti rips cit in kidney all Madder III riot Ii men and women renulntes hliddr troubles in children If not wild by your drill uist will ts sent by mail oil rvreipt of 1 One small bottle is two montha treatment lit will rule any case above meniione lr IS W Hall solo manr fauimer P O Box 029 St Lotus Mo rfend fur tesiiinonwlH Sold by all druggists and Owen MeKte Alurchaut Richmond Ky KBAD THIS Ilicliinuiid Ky Feb II 1901 Ur E W llHllStOiuiK IloDsar- Sit I have lined one bottle tJf the Texas Woiidor Halls Great Uiscoverv for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 100 pounds when I began using it tonlay I wei rb 170 poumls and I feel hotter than I have in twenty years and I clieeifnllv recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A RIDDLE Progress is not an accident but a nec esity Instead of civilization beinu artificial it is part of nature A divorce court judge plays short stop in the matrimonial field ANTITOXIN Full SWINE DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses in ISaaol nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II De Vuuz after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true germ of awlne diseases And prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the De Vaux Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 oat hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and in sick swine will save at least 65 percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer can easily attmtaliterthe Antitoxin Orderaccordlngto the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hogs 100 Antitoxin Syringe 3JO OeVaux Ofiemlcal Company 131 Van Burro Street Chicago 21aprly The uptodate aeronaut twists the old saw about as follows If you doiii succeed fly fly again The deadly parallel is doubly fatal when it tackles love letters La Grippe Quickly Cured In Iho winter of 1SOS and 1S09 I was taken down with a severs attack of what is culled La Grippe says F L Htiwett a prominent drupjiitt of Win field III The only mediciim I used was two butt les Of Chamberlains Cough Itenicdy It broke up the cold aiiii slopped the coughing like ningric and i have never since been troubled with Grippe Chamberlains Cough Rem edy can always be depended upon to break up a severe cold and wardoil any threatened attack of pneumonia It IB pleasant to take too which makes it tho most desirable anti one of the most popular preparations In use for these ailments For sale by Stockton Hairan 1m When a dyspeptic marries a cooking school girl Cupid laughs in Ids eeeve Lile Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of tile British household troops They ore gallant chillers anil every loyal Hriiith heart is proud of them Not only tho Kings llonseholil but yours ours everybody1 sViiuld have its life guards Tim nret oi them is especially great when the greatest Toes of life tHseaso ileul allir in the very elements as cold influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in hestithese disuses is to strengthen the sv S tern with hoods Sarsapnrillu iho greatest of all life gunrds It removef the conditiona in which these ihsaase1 make their most fnciessftil attack gives vigor nnd tone to all the vital or gans and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remember thin weaker the system the greater the exposure tojdisease Iloodn Oar snpaiilla makes the system stront 1m Many a fellow who thinks he is the light of ii girls life trots turned down How to Cure the Grip Ramnin quietly at homo anti take Ohnmherlnins Cough ReniHtly as di rected and a quick recovery is sure to follow That remedy counterfeit tiny tendency of the grip to result in patni llionia which is really tine f ely serious danger Anmne the tents of Umusnnds who have used it for the grip not one case has over been reported that did not recover For sale by Stockton Hagau lm The young man who sows his wild oats depends upon irrigation jCHEAP RATE JJ OF One Cent Per Mile TO DaS e1taS April 18 to 20 IBY Illinois Central Good to return until April 30 or by extension to May 15 Account of Annrial Reunion United Confederate Veterans Sons of Veteranzi ++Liberal stopover privileges Including opportunity to scene of and New National Park site at Vicksburg Chap ride trips from Dallas to Texas and Oklstv nont orlckalourgtions orKentockrK H FOWLER TraY Pass Art I O E It Louisville Ky SPEGM NOTICE 1 Confederate Veterans and their friends can get full in formation calling on Ir J1 1oyntz 31 i i Rev Marguerite St Omer Briggs 35 Mount Calm Street Detroit Michigan Lecturer for the W C T U recommends Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound C DEAR MRS PINKHAM My professional work has for the past twenty years brought me into hundreds of homes of sickness and I have had plenty of opportunity to witness the sufferings of wives and mothers who from want ignorance or carelessness are slowly but surely being dragged to death principally with fmale weakness and irregularities of the sex I believe you will be pleased to know that Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound has cured more women than any other agency that has come under my notice Hundreds of women owe their life and health to you today and there fore I can conscientiously advise sick women to try it MARGUERITE ST OJIER BRIGGS 5000 FORFEIT IF TIlE ABOVE LETTER IS NOT GENUINE When women arc troubled with irregular or painful menstruation weakness lcucorrhoa displacement ulceration of the womb that bear ingdown feeling inflammation of the ovaries backache general debility indigestion and nervous prostration t ey should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once removes such troublesINo other medicine in tho world has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement Kb other medicine has such u record of cures of female troubles Refuse to buy any other medicine Mrs Pinklmm invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass The man who wakes up in find himself r tiling in wealth soon r 11s out of it When a man resigns liimnjf to falo his resignation is always awepted Fortunate is the bride who Is well groomed m fJG t HARIFOAM 5- A Vegetable Shampoo A i Tonic and Dandruff tjf A Cure fIhe Jonly Shampoo that cleans stopslbL the hair soft and silky We cannot prow hair on held heads or restore guarIhiclaim 1 PRICE 25 CENTS i For Sale ByiJ t E C WINES JIManufactured by 4 CHILD8 DRUG CO V Now York City Lexington TAKE N SUBSTITUTES KyI Ci6e ++ + CALIJ AT ++++ JONES MERSH9N SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY IhslH EonniissWs Holice to Creiitors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT B n Robinson Ac PiUs against- LewisGabbard c Dfts All having claims against the estate ofjjohn II Qabbarddeid are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the un dersigned on or before March 20 1902 or same will be barred S E SCOTT M C M CG 2tffeb4w r = UWHY NOT BUYJTHE BEST4 No75S- tanding Top Surrey 1 Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse 7We also make a full line of High Grade Vehicles and Harness VWs 4jSend for Catalogue and zIPa 1 2 septUui D I WANE YOUR f WALL PAPER Orders and as I have not had the pleasure of showing you my S 1002 samples ol WALL PAPER ln Everybodynounce them Far Superior to Any lThey have ever seen If you an ticipate doing any Decorating this spring I can not only show goodlapersactually SAVE YOU MONEY The tame papers that I show you areshown by ChicagoLotA postal card will bring them to your door 3tnar2m W PeBAXrER has manic Richmond the best market on Hides Skins old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber hoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there Is on earth When other people can pay1 good prices Thurman can pay better prices always tho highest Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy thorn all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES 1 Thuuman Grocerf Co Ijantf IfJ 1 7l 7JJ 7 78 ijIfJrtfBIrfBs1I You Certainly we can Every farmer and house keeper in Madison county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly + can attention to our Vulcan Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces theItOUl line of CookingSof Hardware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you the goods you must have and will interest you if you will caljand get our prices before plac ing orders for anything in this lie We are i also agents for the celebrated Studebaker mostIwagon on We make a MrII tucky having charge of this leplirtinent ICen Can and let us quOte you prices andte will make isofyou an everlasting friend and ijustorner t TAYL R BRO coGJi ju 2 UPTODATE Winter is Not Over Yet Job Printing Done at this Offce J 3 1 p fJ AND WE HAVE ON HAND HeaterOne== a And about SixC 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Actual cost To theONLYunder the earth like the s t t of Oliver Chilled We have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back bands and Plow Bridles and everything else to rre another crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at he LOWEST PRICE as we have always done EL It SBACKELFORD CO Main Street itI RICHMOND KY E pride ourselves on W splendid assortment of ourI +++4 +++ + +++ ++++ +++++ 4 + ++ I FURNITURE + ++++ 4 + which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristling with Hwhday selections To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire some new piece We have new Chairs Tables BulFet China CabinetsSideBonrds everything suitable for the Dining RoomIron Bedsfull stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains ever offeredRockersany style you may wUh Coaches very latest desipa See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs 4 + 4 4 + ++ +++ ++++ +++ + + ++ i+ + + + + t JO S JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street 4 + 4 4 ++ +4 + + ++ Undertaking a Specialty As Good a Plow As Many Can Buy G W Evans Tr Embalmer and IIC + + + + + +++ + + + + z++ ++ t Ifl e Iife4Nor Aw +such a guarantee J+++ + + + + L We have a full line of Disc Harrows and Cultiva J It andkcwhen in need of anything in this lineP flWe are sure we can fill your wants a prices t j The Davenport Wirelss 1 ttCheckrow Corn Planter Is one of our Specialties This is 5 t new and every farmer Af Yshould examine it before buying a J3 Planter jt fo Our line of Collars Pads BackJfJt bands Trace Chains R AtUfthetfJ1Rang iT thesesGuttering and Tin Work generally done l byus Let us give younan estimate on your work Respectfully Ayours JfAfJ tfcArbuckle u Simmons li1 b Ib 1