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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): November 29, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899112901_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): November 29, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 a HE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET.. VOLUME 26. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, .WENESDAY, NOYEMBER ; 29, 1899. rs WsAy-- q NUMBER 26. - v3 "1 7 Jeed. REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUNTY CLERK. It is only in accord with the eternal fitness of things that the crook should always bo on mischief bent. FURNITURE. 'GvcVaiv All Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. $42 WOllTIl OK MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. we are authorized to announce JESSE COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject w uw acuuu 01 me democratic pariy. POB 8UERIFF. We are authorized to announce ARCH DOTY forCnuntr Clerk, sucject w acuon oi uie uemotrauc rauy. We are authorized to announce C. M. KAY- BURN a candidate for County Clerk, subject iu me action or mo Democratic l'arty. W e are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk --subject to the action of the Democratic party. e are authorized to announce M. M. I I will aid the mm A Book BAKING POWDER cook as no other for Youn3 ami Old ti HERVCUS BLOOD v OUR RECORD agent will Esti 1378 I'KESEXTS For Rent! Choice of three good office rooms over Douglas. & Simmons' hardm ware store, Main St. Also verjT desirable eight-rooresidence, with modern conveniences. GRIGGSBY & IfiUNCEY. For 50c worth of work. We are giving away watches blcvcle", Eewing machines, Runs. &c. &c to introduce our paper, .PASTIME, ahigh-clas- s illustrated family paper of from 16 to 32 large pages; 01 to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories, Literature. Art, Humor Letters of Travel in Foriegn Lands, &c. &c. And all you have to do to get $42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at 10c each. Send 10c in stamps for full particulars, long Ijst of presents and our paper, PASTIME, for 6 months. Address THE PASTIME Co., Louisville, Ky. A WONDKttTUL DISCOVEUY. pariy. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for bnerin, subject to tne action of the- Democratic I party. We are aetbBrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are antborized to announce P. B. BROAD- DUS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, suDject 10 ine acuta 01 tne Democratic party. - We are authorized to announce JOHN F.I WAUElta a candidate for Sheriff of Mad son county subject to the action of the Democratic I to make The dainty cake, 'The white "and flaky tea biscuit, fThe sweet and tender hot griddle cake, The light and delicate crust, The finely flayored waffle and muffin, The crisp and delicious doughnut, The white, sweet, nutritious bread and rpll,- Delightful to the taste and always wholesome Royal Baking Powder is made -- 250,000 DISEASED MEM KIN & PRIVATE DISEASES CURED .FOB ASSESSOH. ' EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY. "R. "LEE -- DAVIS, Manager. Varm, Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold 'on commission. Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection. Not only cures, but keeps well. Is sold by an oriianiiied company of re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try. We Fpeak of that wonderful Instrument, Elcctropoise, and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nunally, of Chicago, writes: tho Intcr-Orea'Xearly three years experience with Electropoise only confirms the truth of your claims. I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful invention, and I would not part with mine if I could get another." Send address for our book gives letters from people who have beeu cured by Elec tropoise. ELECTROPOISE CO., 513 Fourth Avenue, Lovisville, Ky. We are authorized- to anndnnce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for AFxessnr of MadlitonJ county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce JAS. L. BAKER a candidate for .Assessor of Madison county subiect to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic I party. We are authorized to announce G. W. DEATHERAGB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN. 01 tne uiane District, a canamite jr Assessor, i suDject to tne action 01 tne Democratic party. FOB JAILKB. V dieae? nnn a fc8T lira tlj x? 3 PflMI Haro you finned 1UUI1U KIP.il restart nature when iffimrnnt of the tcrriblo crinio you werocommiuii.g- - l;kljou only consider Ihn fascinntine allurements rf this er.l habit'; When tw lato to avoid tho te nolo rcfclu, vrcro your cyoS oined to yonr peril? l)id von later on In manhood contract any I'lUVATE or ULOOI) -j VniSflP 111 OTTt Mt 7r1 1 aiHSRS X7rrx "3 county, subject to the action of the Democratic I party. We are authorized to announce PETER O. PARRISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic I party. We arc authorized to announce JACK ROSS I a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, fori one term only, subject to me action 01 tne i Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. J. PER KINS a candidate for Jailor, subject to the I action oi tne Democratic party. GET YOUR SHARE. We are authorized to announce JAMES C-- l LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison from PURE GRAPE CREAM OF J1ENT vriil pwitivcly euro you. It fhownlinir tliumii'i hivo been raved by pmvej our lillW TUKAT3IKNT. liotv wo can UIJ AKANTHU TO CUIUS ANY CUKATILi: CASH OU NO PAY. Wo treat nnd enre .'MISSIONS, OIjEKT. r VAIirCOOKT.E. SYI'HIMS. se- sriuciiiitn. ' MtAlNS. UVNATlUlAIi DIS-l- 3 M CIIAIllJES.lilUNKYand BLADDER 75 disCTcn. mrn pcofomo aiarmins rympioroac Rig dilion 1 Von know. ' J.lKli I'ATIIKK. KM IjI h K MJ.i. J r raameil. aro rou Kiantlv liinf i'l drtad? Is marris failure willnouon nccorntof any wcakiiimi caufeii Iy ca: Iy aliuo or later excesses? llaio you been I'rucrjod with merenrr? Vlii? iKMiklctwill nointoutto yon tho result of thcocrime-- nnd ioint J11.X11UU out norrour i Wcro you cured ? Do you now TIB i AIM iiiiii Jt tllr ku'otevcy, ' and is absolutely free from lime, alum and ammonia. TARTAR There are many imitation baking1 powders, mostly made from alum and sold cheap. Avoid them, as their use is at the cost of health. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. CURES GUARANTEED JtJ QilKSTTON T.i VKV.V.. "Tho 'sccj ct Sin" rnl frco bv enelv ins :c ftamp. COJSMil.T'.'iTO Tf uriabla to call, writo for BLANK, for 110JI1S To Toe enjoyed must te eaten com- - feKENMEDYfi KER6AN ra VI - W PflllRTri RTfiPFT WW..... " 11 from a handsome table, bining ciHrirj::Ti, o. J H sept 27-l- publishers of newspapers anu maga and forget our few political zines, but by the latest method it is quality, and it is a mystery how it can Thai Wonderful Pre historic Corn. When the size of the Republican ma "We do .not befreely distributed among the people bo eold for such a low price. It is bet- Recently the CLimax said it would jority in Pennsylvania is taken into differences. themselves: that is, among those that ter than- many other brands of coffee give a more extended notice of tlig re- consideration it is hard to understand lieve in a paternal govern who are alert and quick, and who ran which costs two or tnree times as markable corn that has been raised on just what tho Philadelphia Republi ment anu ask; no tfSWnfo, or call on me for further special priv particulars. see an advantage when it is offered much. It would seem as though the the farm of Mr. II. L. Morgan, of cans would want with repeaters, and ileges or favors except that OKFIOK-lto- om time was approaching when every fam Whites Station. It is one of the great- yet a number were arrested at the last 9, Moberloy Buildthem. you favor us with an oportun- Ky. ing, One of tho most successful establish ily would bo drinking this famous est novelties of the age, as the follow- election in that city. The. Optic Specialist, ments in America, the Woolson Suce beverage. prove: ing will Dr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill. N Y.says: lty to snow you our well se PROFESSIONAL CARDS. of No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at Co., of Toledo, Ohio, is spending thous At Marked Tree, Arkansas, several ''I heartily recommend One Minute lected larsre stock of New Working Night Am Day the Glyndon Hotel, Uichmond, ands of dollars in advertising their years ago, an earthen vessel was Cough Cure. It cave my wifo immed-iai- e The busiest and mightiest little thing Lion Coffee, and they aro paying out relief in sutfocatuiE asthma." Goods and demonstrate that ArroiiNSTS. from a mound where had been WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, this money directly to the' people who that every was made is Dr. King's New Pleasant to take. JMever fails to quick-- f we can ffive VOU much better buried the remains of a I and J VUin Ull purchase the coffne. Their plan is. to Lifo Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coate- d race. In this vessel, safely sealed, lung troubles.VVllll0f VfUlUn, till Uthb R. E. ROBERTS, for your money Perry fc Thomas. returning one day each month. Eyes examglobule ollicaltJi, that changes weak- amidst the.decayed d package of enclose in their redust of human's RETURNS than any ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. ATTOUNEY-AT-LALion coffee a most . attractive premium ness into strength, listlessness into en mains, placed thereat least 3,000 years The administration at Washington no into mental power vgo, fifteen feet list. So costly are some of the articles ergy, hraln-fa- g house in the state. 1UCHMOND, - KENTUCKY. under ground, this longer disguises its intention of taking on this premium list that one wonders iney're wonderful in building up the corn was found. Here it had lain in part of the ultimate partition of China. Wall Paper from 4c on up to in Moberley Building. how they can afford to give them away "eaitn. uuiy '&c per box. bom t perfect preservation, while the thous Shades of Washington and Jefferson the finest goods made. WinIV. MILLER. AND with theirgoods; .but it mustbe r"C- Perry & Thomas. ands of years rolled by, turning to earth what new insanity will MrKiuley de dow Shades 10c on up. Pic membered that these premiums are ATTOTt.N KY- gain all human remains. Consider- - velop? Kkntdcky. bought in enormous quantities and Richmond, ng the comitosition of the vessel, the We "W Hat are tne most important races ture Framps 20c on up: Otfire in the Bumam TSutldlng, next door to bought directly of the manufacturers, icuo-i- j armor's National IlanB. A letter from Mrs. Henry Wyeant, air expelled and It securely sealed, we that have gone to make up the creat make a Mixed Paint for- - $1.10 so that they are secured at about one-dated Vancouver Barracks, Washing have the perfect condition for prcser- - American people?" asked the visiting 1)er gjjUon in white, black and fourth tho price the retail customer atioti. This is not the only case where inspector in onq of theEast Side schools ton, October 18, says: Both my huspays. No profit is paid to shipper, all shades of colous, the best VSS band and son, Harry, are in active corn has been found in a burial mound. in New York. wholesaler or retailer; the goods are service in tho Island of Luzon Major It has beeu found in Ohio, Utah and For the first timo sinco school had on market at any price. Stock Attorn kv all bought at fust hand. Wygant in command of his battalion at other States, but never before was a opened, Sportyboys' hand was eagerly 0f "Window Glass the largest KENTUCKY. 220-22- 2 RICHMOND, This method of introducing Lion cof W. Main Street, lifted, and the teacher trembllnKlvKave nnri when last I heard. Har grain found that would germinate. v,rrl,t. Pnll fee is as if you wanted to purchase San Fcrando. 'OlhVo over Taylor's Hardware Rtnre, opRev. Dr. E. S Currv, the discoverer, him his chance. ry's promotion to 1st Lt took him to DAY PHONE S3. some article for which you would have ;i tite (Vinrt i'loifp. " Mhih Street. says; "lhe RICHMOND, KY. Corn lias been "The Brooklyn Handicap, the Brigh N'iGHT PHONE 23. to nav SI: the proprietors of the Lion the 14th Infy , but he has latoly suc grown on my farm in Missouri, succesM.. ceeded in securing a transfer to Ills old ton Beach races, Guttenhurg, Saratoga 11. 15. 1I0HG, collee buy it for you for 25 cents and sively and successlully for eight years. and those at Morris Park," proudly ATTOUtEY AT LAW. OF TONE, give it to you for the trouble that regiment, the 3rd Infy. Harry is en then have raised stalks 15 feet high, the 203 If. 3 IIS STREET. Kkntucky PURITY -Kiciimosi. you take in letting them know you are gaged to be married to Miss Elizabeth blades seven inches broad and 10 feet answered the young hopeful. Colliers' RICHMOND. KY. Weekly. urn.... v.. 1:1 First St.. tin stairs, ol 30 Williams, daughter of an army Craik using their ceffee, inches from tip to tip on oppoeite officer (officer is from Kentncky). No com bined with jrreat rancre The housekeeper who is alive to the date lias been set fur the consumma ides of tho stalk, with 11 ears on lhe It goes to every part Murdock Cfa- J.C.&D. M.OHENAULT, Cure. It and power are SOlIie of the vaIue of J,cr Patronage may now, by a tion of the engagement. Their tetters stalk. It is a wonderfully deep feeder, tarrhall forms cures Colds, Hay Fever niut of Catarrh. Price SI. ATTORNEY AT LAW, -" lruuulu' willingly and from choice sending its mailt-- on receipt of price. See ad """'J u...u.D.fvonfr iin n s nf t.hft fnnoKkntuck from time to time at no cost. All are brief and Hurriedly written ana roots to the biibsoil, and thrusting its vertisment. Wir.ivw.MI. yer, Scliubert, ivingsoury tides has to do is to cut out and pre are five or six weeks old when received. that she Murdock Cure Co.. street, over Cheu- roots down deeper durinjr a drought. ouw nn Mutual Investment The and Crescent Piano. nov29 ly Atlanta. (Ja. serve the Lion heads which appear on Remember me kitidly to Richmond The stalks, nnd numerous blades it -; Bult's grmery. friends." While on their Western the wrapper of every package of Lion green through sir , weeks President McKinley can now devote Mr. ami Mrs. Ed bears remain w. R. LETCHER. coffee. These Lion heads are received tour last euiunior Instrument Hume, of this city, met Mrs. Wygant. of the most excessive drought, with his time to his message, and especially by the Woolson Spice Company in pay Attomey-atr&iw- , whose appearance vas been much al hot winds, while common corn perished to those paragraphs in which he des their premiums, Kentucky. cribes his unbounded love and charity of very sold construction forTho new premium list which nas just tered by reason of the anxiety and suf the second week." PAID The Climax had several ears of Hi..u T .1. Smith. Jr.. ovoi it is recommended to those been issued in connection with Lion fering she has endured since the first eorn grown from seed, on the farmthis for the Filipinos. ' of Ovmctoii & .Miti'lu'HV US. who desire durability as coffee is unsurpassed in liberality. out break of the Spanish war. $ 72, 75 4.0 0 RESER YE AND S Wheaton's expedition around to the dr. Morgan, and we are authorized to well as a handsome ap Some of tho most attractive articles on Miss Lew McCulloch handsomely say he will supply the seed in small back door of "Aggy's" domicile pans pearance and line finish. are included in this entertained a few friends lant evening quantities to test its wonderful qnali oiit no better than the previous at tho market y Atlorney-at-Zaof' Life Insurance. The I he lovely home of her parents, in ties. Wo have read testimonials de tempts. It may yet bo necessary to We have several styes. Some list, in Mahojrony, Rosewood, It is ovident that tho Woolson Spice honor of Mr Isaac Steenbergen and his claring that the stalk is 12 to 15 feet in "sugar" the wily little rascal. Richond, Ky. MnWHv nuildiug. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insuranco Cometc. Prices range from ( 'oilman r nlasos creat values on tue cnarming nriue, nee fliiss wiuio nine height, each stalk bearing from 2 to 11 Dr. H. H. Haden, Summit, Ala., says: recommendation of a satisfied customer Denny, of Illchraond, Ky. One of the ears, and yeilding 100 to 250 bushels 'X panies pay to tho estates of deceased. Easy $225.00 up. K iioool uvppepsia (Jure is. a The man is who has a good, sound, re for they beliovo the best advertising of novel and extremely amusing features, per acre. largest profits consistent with safety nnd consorvatisiy. splendid medicine I prescribe it, anil liable carriage under hi in. He can my continence 111 it grows with con rest secure in "the thought that whon Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For Lion coffee is whore some one who was the opening of the horror packages. OUS GIBSON, & GIBSON, tinued use." It un;estt what you eat he has one of our well made, reliable particulars apply to llrave Mrn Fall. HARDIIS0 & RIEHM. uses it tells a friend of its good quality. The invited guests were requested to dyspepsia ami indi iiliretons, carriages, runabouts, whale I'll miUI A V A.VII SUJIGEON, It is mostly in this way that its enor-- 1 bring with them their special horror or Victims to stomach, liverand kidney anu quickly cures Thomas. bone speeders, or road carts, that come gestion, ferry & I. G. KENT, Agent, KENTUCKY. mous sale has been brought about, that which represented the most hor- - troubles as well as women, and all feel Rli llMIINl) the roao, ins wagon never what may-oThere Is small comfort for McKinley will give way. Wo havo one of the Mam people are so delighted with it ror to them, and the collection would the results in loss of appetite, poisons SECRETARY LEXINGTON. KY. RICHMOND, KY. stocks of road wagons, rocka-waSec . biiillni, 18 al ()!cr j the J that they feel it a duty to recommend It have done credit to the time of the In- in the blood, backache, nervousness, in the election returns. To carry not finest aud rubbprtired buggies in Uich MKS. A. T. SIILIiION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. ond Strci. orr wnut oiu b.usmui.. one ol the states considered doubtful mond. to their friends, and a every package quisition. It was very amusing to see headache and tired, listless, JOHN D0NELS0N. Prop'r., 37 v n in rv ji 111 tTK 1 it try i ji 11 Kentucky Carriage Works contains a premium list with full in- - tho young ladies, who had previously feeling. lint there's no need to feel in au election preceding the President jii it .itrCM AS. IKK. K lili, structions for securing tlio articles of-- remarked: ' That toad.", mice and such like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, ial contest, is no record for a second INDIGESTION. CURES trknEQN, I ETEKISAIIY fored, there is much interest in buying things that no terors. for them," begin Idaville, Ind. Ilesays: "Electric Bit ieniiiu.jur.iiit. ,T . .mrr,i r Lion coffee for houstiiold use. Really, to elevate themselves' upon tho steps, ters are just the thing for a man when UniJiwJe (tnUirio I'rtmiiufy College.; HEALING, Sneaker Heed mar" have ruled Con- V M S T.inti rnfTdn is unsurnassnd in its chairs or any convenient article of he is all run down, and don't care iW e' furniture, while the packages were be whether he lives or dies. It did more gress with kn iron hand.liut it is dollars Veterinary Dtntitry and Sterility a Specialty.-- ! to doughnuts that he i.s vanquished in Orip;inated by Prof. S. A. up stairs, over store. recently accn-- i opened. Fortunately there were to give me new strength and ine i.J.nj.Bi rv. , Rnsfc Main St good ap his first "go" with his janitor of his uy o:..,. i,i " luw.iiivuu WOMEN DI TROUBLE. apr7-l- y Weltmer, the most wonderful no wild "varmints" to turn loose. FoJ Uichmond, Ky. petite than anything I coutd take. 1 JNew iorKllat. hnnn nf mndfirn t.imfis. The Approach of Motherhood is the lowing this was the advertising- party can now eat a new anytning and liavo Occasion of Much Anxiety to All. If. G. Each guest beini: given a card upon To Cure a Colli in One Day Every woman dreads tho ordenl which t form, were 20 numbers and pic lease on life." Only 50 cents, at Perry Medicine and Surgery. through which sho must pass in becpin-ing-- n tures cut from popular advertisements, & Thomas' Drug Store. Every bottle Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Profs. Wilson Si Oflice Prather Building, Main Street. Is what j'ou want in guaianteed. All druggists refund the monev 3 mother. The pain and suffering Telephone at reiidence (the Carr place) on fails to cure. 25c. E. V. Grove! sig- 4 which Is in storo for her is a source of were passed around, numbered from 1 preference to all Uroiiuway. oct23-Cconstant anxiety, fear and dread, to-- to 2P,'rom these the answeis were made Wriggle which ever- - way they may, nature is on each box. i - - - - -- Kentucky. of North Missouri School of Graduates Richmond. ear nothing of the dnnger which the up .bcins able to tell from thecutswhat the fact remains indisputable that the " why you should get p irtmilU inAiilatlt nntnl a ' hil J"J"-- - ,inrr;PI1inP General Ludlow is back from Cuba MAGNETIC HEALING, Moberlv.Mo.J rt pIr was niIvprtiMfl. Til Uepubllcau party Is wedded to imper " KVANS, M D., lliUHMUNL) . nnr.innfitinns wirn wnipn .sun loots lor- i . and declares that schools, not foils, are will bo In89!), to practice on and after r it and no Other: . Q W. . -. wa,. ... uv i won i... n roi T 0, J this wonderful Nov. xreicr ialism. So many spouses has the G.O. ward to Dnbv's commc cives wav to an special urne needed in the Island. How will this method ol cnring ALL diseases with gives more heat and indescribable dread of the ordeal when Steenberccn. he ctiessinir the lartrest P. that it is likely to be expelled from out the use. ol drugs uses less fuel. she fully realizes the critical and trying number, and the booby prize was a tie Washington for polygamous alliances. comport with McKinley's sword-poin- t is. PllYSICIAN AND SUKOEON, CUKwa under lua inetnod appear as event which will soon approach and between the young ladies falling idea of carrying civilization to our na more substantially aa:-built Kentucky. in ' UiniiMom. miraculous, but such is not the ca$e. if tional wards? and like If "hot The method of jiingnetic healing as Women should hall with delight a drawing lots to Miss Fannie Grovcr. Ladies For relief of women, Ches PRETTY FINGERS. remedy which insures to them im Throughout the evening elegant Tocnl Dll.T. JVl'AYLOlt, air furnace. has With Read Admiral Schley ordered taught and practiced byPror. Weltiner, munity from the pain, suffering and and instrumental music was discousred ter Tansy Tablets, worth their weight to command the South Atlantic squad is purely Bcientific. Magnetic healing BANDSOME.RINGS; 1'raclitioiicr in Midicine and Surgery, a lafge radiating sur-fac- e, ill gold. .Aafc and cprtalii monthly practiced in all sgos with lias beCi dancer incidental to KENTUCKY . ron it would seem as though the Ad mora or lew Richmond Every generation The one deserves and should be Suclt a remedy la now olTred, and by the several talented ladies present regulator. $1 a box which oircu-'.- . women need not fear longer the hour of About It p. m all adjourned to tl ministration is carrying the Sampson- has had, its healers, many claiming tliih adorned with the other. Muhdock Coke Co, lates the air rapidly fJN. and residence on Second Street. is a beautnuily decorated dining room 1103110? power to be a special gilt childbirth. "Mother's Schley war in Africa. Atlanta, Ga. rrov29 ly Our assortment ofr ' ? aud heats the rooms scientific liniment and if used before where an elegant supper eerred in sev PROF. WELTMER, THE MOST WON- .rtntlni.monr. rrpntlr unit fiiiralv nrpnarefl THIS AGE. evenly. .XSITrAL SUEGHEY., . isa double wonldu't be without DeWitt's DERFCTIjSUIUKTL&TOF DTAMNDS "I congratulated Senator Wellington ,thU body for tho great requirements eral courses was lijglily enjoyed. A that it Ts not A Witch Hazel Salve for any considera- has demonstrated m No ''j. ana changes it a undergoing, insures 1 n, m. all. departed, tlmtikinj; the Goyernor-elec- f parUcular. Smith ondiis triumph .l?t,.ft sclon.co e.vT, safety to both mother ........ child, and kind hostess for a most enjoyable even- - .The;prospective Governor js now in a lion." writes Thomas li. Rhodes.Center- L01?- - w?icJrer n"?. from ashes, as it is ,",ncnf,t,c . ..1 . I .1 ...1. . 1... and ...IfV. .m. fleld.0. Iiifailihle for piles, cuti.burns, FANCY GEM 'RINGS, (u..-g.-- bin 1 r.t nm nlnr. UIWl W l nil liu.lll llu " lUIPmnm carried away by the This won- - 'nK and wishing long life and happl position to exclaim: "Deliver the from l..,l ease and or curative powers. By the wonderful DEKT1ST, feits. Perry & Thomas. Will prove an Interesting study. Our narative remedy iscomfort. by every nere to the brido and eroom. Those niy friends. patent asli hue. praised derful or ins treatment, its cura- annlicatiou or Lncisviixs, Ky. nrices- - for white, perfect and brilliant woman who has used jt. J present' were Mrs. Isaac Steenbergen, reach every has perfect regula f From all accounts the' election in tlve Bowers aro afflicted kr.own disease. next door to Government Building, treins, are verv low. In Sini:le Stone with Rheuma Extraordinary OR sr. Those who Fannie SteenberKen, Cornelia Ricnmsncl, Ky. uuiie uouru atw tion and easj'- to op Maryland left tome deep seated politi- - tism. Dyspepsia, Liver and Stomach CoinblnaDlatnonds'and Three Stone remedy has been tested and its price- - Campbell. Willie Blackwell, Mary Me'cal heartaches, which bear all the Complaint, Dlspancs of the Kidneys, erate. The design tloiiiRlngs we;havo soniethlng'esnecial- - iers value proven by tho experience ol Culloch, Charlotte McCulloch, Fannie The CWMAX and the Ohio Farmer I Heart .Disease, female rroui es of any FRED SMITH. 'of tlie stove is per (weekly) forSl.50 till January 1, 1001 traces ol being incurable. price. )y attractive both'in design and thousands of happy mothers who Grover, Messrs. Peter Steenbergeu, kind. Nervous Debility, St. Vitas Llie best fect. The blaokiny have used it during tho most critical Lew Campbell, Isaac Steenbergen, Fred reading, bargains ever onercu in goott Paralysis. Asthma. Consump DEMIST. llie Ohio tanner is clearly Senator Hoar reels sorry lor Ills par Dance. period of woman's life the approach facing never burns off and is Deafness, Diseases of the Eyes, of the outside J. YEAGER, over Collins Grocery, same office I the leader of the agricultural press of ty, lie Is not alone in his grief, since tion, Lost Vitality, Can-er- , McCulloch and J. B. TippetU and culmination of motherhood. Tumors lately ocoiiplea by Dr. W.W Burgln. Janl2-l- y larmers paper.practi-calbright all the year round. For sale by won their pvprlasting praisp, Itichraoiid, Ky. It hasgave them help and hopo In Geo Noland, Rockland, 0., says: America it is tneentertaiuim;. Twenty , that Illinois chrysanthemum, Billy etc.. Goiters, sunken Uliest. ftlaimetic 2S, 2U Sf. No. and reliable and for It sep6-l- y Mason, also thinks he must flock by Treatment will reach any disease if pages weekly, with liberal illustration their njost trying hour and when "My wife had plies forty years. properly applied. It is knowing how H. Dr. Witch Hnel Salve cured her. atjd comple market reports from all the himself most needed. Evert- woman may some that gives relief and cures Webelieve leading market centers. No farmers bfiRt salve in America:" day need "Mother's Friend." The ItH' the It DCSiGNS any .case of any disease can be sljl u ivi x' iiujuiiioo that Is Born." heals everything and cures all skin di- home is complete without it. HttlR hook. Babv AND CQfTRIGHTS You ought to know more about this DYESDO NOT STAIN THE cared bv oar treatment. So do not dis shoald seases. Perry & Thomas. OI1I0, I telling all about it, and when It Vo. Rfl3 Went Ninth Street, Cincinnati. OSTAWCB pair, but come and see us. Consulta--! great Agricultural paper, it will pay will b at the Hotel ZInirner, Richmond, Ky.,on be usea, will prove ol great interest ami ADVICE A3 TO PATENTABILITY SPOT THE tion Free Sl.50 per treatment or.27' per mothers, and was you in dullard and cents to read it a HANDS OR Henator 1'iatt's little wwet benefit to all expectant AIain Richmond, Ky. in -Terms: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1899, Notico"How invcnuve Ace Sold by O. L. week fttiofSco. Outside of office, epecial toobtalnratenU will bo ent free to any ddreee upon snowel under in NewrYorW Ono by vear. bunscruie at once and get tlie KETTLE. Twit leaecared. 1 application to tho Bwdtleld RefKlc r Charou moderaU. Vo fe till t Le,H' Waco, Ky., Thomas terra. vjfcr une the props of the stiucturu o! reform retnrulufr erary "eecond Wednesday o. each I Letter utricUy ocnMaaUtL AiKreae. Comfsy, AUa:, cmonth." Reference orery phIcUn-o- t E. 8, HtKM, rnm Lirr, iiaeiinjinn, Write ue tf & Adams, PiUK)!, Ky. o25lm ,09vUvii: ! to 12 av to 5 p. m, I feblMy. iVRUP PEPSI ft! 'CURES CONSTIPATION.'B t Dr. 8. Goldstein, DR. CALDWELL'S RH Are you gutting .yotir share of the vast amount of money epent in advertising? ' It used to lie all Riven to the jnow Deing over ELECTIOK all should settle down to business Beauty Strength To "bear $ its loal of gookies. We are prepared to furnish Tables, ic one-poun- other e 8 - at-La- PERSONAL J. at-La- Ell MOBERLEY, . i r.;oc a 13 " ill Jli "" I Mm u khi . H OF UBXiNGTON, KY. T. O. Lovry, - to-da- aft I HP $186,000 IN LIVING BENEFITS URPI PI Eras 1 111 11 1 ys -- ft , VVRUP PEPSI run-dow- n 1 z 11 111 - 11 1 11 -- W as5-Sv- .i v 'JASPm.M.D. hwk mil mm mil It J m v..... 1 1 '- i.rr,nri.,r? others. Reasons It It .S child-bcnrin- g. siir-cees- Firp: and!? - p'r, 1 heater. It dirt It - rX,V,u ft. Louis Landman l)e-Wit- - S J.ia FREE l b. wmm i mm. Street, y. 0. to-Ja- nil ijp hk iw I sif The Richmond Climax. J. C. CHENAULT. A. D. MILLKIi C. E. WOODS. Proprietor. . Easiness Manager. ways are best! Editor. "God'o poured out her lite when 'twas needed, wise judgement and sound Iruths. She has Resolutions o! thanks to the citizens and he will taVe care or the rest." of Richmond fur their hospitality wero WEDNESDAY. NOV. 20, - - - 1899. Those who have been fn.vreu by passed , after wliicli they ndj mmed to desire to-- be good, emzen, t hearine Miss Hurnnm on similar occa in Winchester next November bodied be strong, sions need nut bo told that her wonder An idpa of tlio rauid L'towih or me rum.iaiir.u xvekt wkdnicsdat by ful vnnuitilitv nnd fitniiliaritv with the nnlir mnv ho rained from the fact thac PpinfiTlft Hn UuhjeciniadeitpoMslbleforthoKuestHto TTVift uUe yearauo iti Kentucky there werd ao ints, pure UU. ,. i lie life, her. 1 The I nnlv rhvpti phaotnrs of the Dausrhlers ' I .. . . ... treat lrom .. 1. neceso, me unugii- t)t the i oniectoracx; now ineic ru --V1 prroenceot Aiisses nuriwin, blood is tf. uuriiani, nn oi guir nl Iti in twelve nionius, wrm an u$v Sarsapa- Y KA It, fl.AU. terot JMljrH. I'KK members, rregate total ot l.iuu most prominent ami leaning itepuiiu ciniHiif thelate. was a lifnunfiil ex- - the largest of any State. one specific wnicn rilla is Tnu AndeiMin News will accept onr preMMn of how cordially reunited are blood thoroughladies attoiided tlio cleanses Thn follovi-infof th Confederacy ami Daughters of the Ihanka for lining in its entirety mr the llHtnrliters equally opposing side thirty years Confederacy of the those of the here last week: Mes itiliimii ol ruuJoni noUwou' Lawrenee- - m mi . .... ages. t... t my mnry dames Marv Cecil Catitrill, Anna J i .r both sexes Then tollowecl "lAiaryinno, Georgetown: Alex Duvall. W, land," which could not have lee bet- Askew. Humor "When I needs, blood puri-Emily Ma- Hon. GustavTapkl. Mayoi of Cin ter sung by ihe natives or thai dear old II Pjrk. Llnvliuc Green: W. Sulser, t;,r I lite Hood's Sirsa.D&rUl&. R cared ilott. Niclinlasville: Geo. . cinimti sends llwo Climax a letter ol StHlO .. v.. Win. Estill, my humor ana is cxomcju MavBvilie:A M. The fourth course was served, alter Charlton Morgan, Harrison publishing his gteat speech RoM. Berry, Eugenia tome. Josie Eaton, SUfford Zprmgs, or. thanks for rhelpsro-b- p which Miss Minva Park uii-e- charming and finished stylo, responded It was almoat Impossible for one of tlio present jjeneraupn i nmo luipamunj. to Ui toast. Mrs. Harrison showed ft thorough THIS HEROISM OF WOMEN IN TIMES OF WAE, knowledge of Ler subject and that she as shown by Miss Walworth, of whom wna familiar with it fiom every standwe ma say, point. Her aildre&s was leplete with "Strike For Your Attars and Your Fires' Patriotism is ativays com mendable, but in every breast there should be not only the Mt. Csfflbs WillC6ntesl,Mr: Marrli' EUw- - .flu V?J;::H5::::::::::::::2:::::::s:::::::::::r0 ' ( niiTnnv rilUUinu UllIIlaA iliii'r:. f bur. ... able but to and well fitted for the battle lo of absolutely sary, and Hood's the the wetl for ly. It acts and all -- -' a Last Satuday. being tlie last aaynpon wh'ich "Legislative contests dpuld'be filSl, a number of ivCntucBviiy from various pojttons both Kcpublicans ami Democrajs mTo were defeated for tho Legislature in tlie recent election on the face of tho ciw 50 rs E . fnn ci 'nil "Oft OS et Oft B a ce returns. Among tboao ww the eontcst nicii iy Cow tab the attorneys oi Hun. W. to e .QQ fl9 on the municipal ownership of public jnded to the toast, industries, delivered at Sy racuso m Sop 'PATKIOTJMt OF- WOMEN AS SHOWN BV tonilwr. The principle is one which. HELEN OOOLD, MKS HEAltST AND MltS. STANFORD." as Mayor Tafol buys, if progressive minds her War has take hold of it, will bu sure to prevail charms." Us glories; but peace also hath in the end. Mifcs l'holp has in an unusual degree thegifUof humor and poetic fancy. Mn, 15. J. Newlon, editor of the Hur ielicltv 01 OXDresslon was wen Owoutou Heral, is being urged to enter matched with tlie sparkling thought lay beneath. the race to succeod the lato Evan Settle "Hail Columbia" was sung witn uiai Mr. NewlonMs a man of in Oiiltl-ss- . earnestness and sincerity tnat couiu ability , character, and straight Democ nnlv porr.e from a reunited iieoole. adds racy, but to those qualifications iiltli course wasserveu, auer wiiiisu 'THE OOVEBXMENT," the Hlnstrious virtues of a true chnstian, and as such would do as much to I xvaa responded to by Miss May, reading '" ornament the seat filled by tlio Pride a poem by Sidney lJinier. of Ashland, as any gentleman name is mentioned as his successor. ..rarinun hostess, and one of the most ilfilitrhtful functions of the season was . Tin-upis in tho State of Maryland a over, to lincreras a sweet memory of Democratic statesman who could rome those present. Besides those mentioned. wore wra .y. nearer to so iiy.ng n.i party am - Dunlap Potts, Jndga Walton, Lexing - ton- V. Hean. Wincliester: B. W. Duke, Ed rant. Dudlcv S. Uevnolds, Bennett H Young, Keginal Thompson. JMoore, Hancock.H. W. Bruce, s ,: F M. Di.-ksn- Paris: Jennie U. i Uood's Mill car llrer Mil ;th wim aooa oolr cmthartle to U nd Hickman. GaulL Norman Gray, IiOUis- viie: jo0 Desha, Cvnthiana; Jtfsses Mabel Jones, Franklin; fiosa bbeibj Tmiil. Owpnshoro: Josenllino warier, Versailles; Nancv VanMeter, bhelby-tha- t ville; Mamie Scott, Maysvillo; Carrie Keatherlncill. Winchester: Henrietta Blackburn, Frankfort jJauielHackburn Florence Harlow, Louisville. i Mrnpiriim. and Treasurer, wo will surely realize our fullest desire for a successful icar s work. The members of the ciuu are as vw uuu The contest generally a surprise as Baldwin, Helen Bennett, Rutli Crowe, it.was supposedis that the decision of the Mr. James Crutcher is qnito ill Higglns, Maria County Commissioners left no room Anna Frazee. Julia Judge and Mrs. T. J. Scott are in the wiltie Smith and Birdio Zaring. KNIT UNDERWEAR. for doubting that tno result as tnen ano.. city. "So works this music on the earth, be acquiesced in and nounced would Ood so admits it. send it forth. Good warm garments, vests 19, 25 and Hon. S. R. B. Black is out alter final. But the Legislature, like ConTo add another worth to worth . Bpeji 0 bilious foyer. . gress, is tlie judge of the' qualifications W 50c. Union Suits 25, 50 and 99c. and election of it own members, and Ol." M T. B. Aruold have re Mr. More interesting personals on first there will be warm tunes at trankfort page. of Gen. 71. M. Povutz. oi Ky. turned from Lexington i.,i.i ti.nii nnv other man. Will the ilmip-litpwhen that august body assembles next BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Veterans; aurr rtird Zarine has returned from nartv throw aside this chance of win- - Division of Confederate" months. ning aiwl take up a tleteateu inanf Misses Scott, Laura Lloyd ana uouson, Cincinnati not attempt to The Climax does come and inspect them. See the o w .at prospeci w innro pass upon the merits ot tte question Mrs. D. P. Armer is at home from will move, free ot charge, Hukst-Dyke- s Mr.Bcnjamin Hurst, IU vase, UIIU olllfnjr bargains in these winter coverings. llic 1100 Lick ih..nWtk.ii of 1S9U? Uiclunond, Ky., MiCrearv. Mrs. Chas. S. Holton, Mrs. Paint Miss ivatio uyaes, as it comes to us, without further f Richmond, Prices extremely moderate. A nice Chas. E. Smoot, Mrs. L. J. Frazee. Mrs. Register. carcasses of horses anywhere jrrg, D. Bates Shackelford has been of Ford, were and united in marriage at Vrs. mien V. Gibson hereby notifies the good size blanket, 49c and up. living today Bobt. C. Stockton, Mrs. Roy C. White. qujte jn for several days Thore is nota Democrat o clock Thursday atternoon at ttienorae A Spirited Contest at KirkSVllIe. jjmbllc that she will not tolerate hunters on her in Madison count'. J'c'''""n Ezxni. Any person cnuiufc un nv premises wibii who could beat Mr. Bryan for the nom- Miss Ethel Ilenoox. of Lexington, is Dl Mra. .lKin, on west iuani bireoi. will prosecuted to the full extent of the Last Friday afternoon tlie people of riiB teremonv was performed by Kev. for which ... iiihtion. And as the Florence Barlow, of Louisville, visiting Mrs. L. Deatherage. SILK WAIST PATTERNS. Herbert Martin In the presence of tho Kirksviile and vicmitv were treated to 9 I will pav in casli, 50c for editor ot "The Iost Cause;" jrrs. iStstle McDowell is visiting Mrs. mmediate friends of the contracting an old lasiiloned 'ripelltng nee." it be stands have not been settled," we Broadhead, in woodfonl. every dead hog. and Mrs. Mat Walton, Lexington. Lucas prefer to fight it out on that line, parties. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst went by was a contest between tho schools Plain and fanc3r, a variety of color and '"R'"" Mf83 SusIe Cromwell. of Lexington, the evening traiifto their new home at taught by Prof. Chris Farris. of Hagan with him as a leader until right con-- 1 styles, every piece new, tne very ON ACcbuNT OF ami itoi. xiarris, oi iuiioil inRichmond. Lexington Herald, 24th. quors might, if it takes all summer to be!Hifuiy decoraVd with palms, ferns is visiting Mrs. Jas. b. McCrearv, Will pay 51.50 per carcass for stitute. Iiforder to make it interesting best at the price Splendid values. gov. McCreary left last week for a and Confederate flags. An exquisite do it. and to stimulate the pupils to do their dead cattle, vasoof the "Winnie Davis" rose, sent trjp to his Mississippi plantation best, Mr. it. S. urown, an enterprising of Louisville, SAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY HOLD by Nanz & . Neiiner. merchant, of Kirksviile, offered a fine Mr. Tom Collins, hmnrll grocer, RIBBONS. GooDiiOK. Cant. Archibald II. Good- gold medal to tho best speller; Mr. J. B. graced the table ot the presiueut. move tneni at my THEIR STATE MEETING IN RICHMOND. has recovered from a week's illness. Ioe.G7vears of age. died of paralyses Walker, another well Known merchant. "BIG FOUR ROUTE" and will BUSINESS MEETING. Fine all silk ribbons, in the new color Miss Margaretta Smith is at home on Monday at Lexington. He .was the gave as second prize, a fine oil painting; On November 29th and 30tb, the popnlar "BIc own expense. The first business session was called Koute--wyoungest son ot the. late Judge m. j. whilo Mr. Snntord, the best harness Many Prominent Ladies Present. sell tickets Deiween an stato order Thursday at 2 p. in., bv Mrs. from a two weeks visit to Louisville. effects, for rieck and belt, 25c per yd. tions within a distance nf ISO Miles from start Goodloe, and a retired U. S. army ofTim ttiinl nnnii.il mcetimr of the BtMl W. Duke, tlie State 1'resuient, roi- Miss Jean Anderson, of Versailles, ficer, and had relatives in this county, maker in Kentucky, gave a fine riding ing point at a rate of ONE and 09l. FA11E forthe round TRIP. Tickets will United Daughters of Confederacy of lowed in prayer by the chaplain, after was the guest last week of Mrs. C. E. amom? them beinir Mrs. C. C Smitli bridle to the best speller on the de- .good for return to and Including December be Broomfield, 1 ,. feated side. At 12:30 o'clock the old iByj. .. ... TCnntnpkv Was hel.l in Richmond. 'Ky.. which Mrs. C. D. Chenault. president Smith. , , wi,d 8bout w, ...I. fc wugnier, .niss wary n and d t t For full information and particulars as to :. an continued two davs TCov. of the local chanter of U D. C, de- Mr. Sidney V. Rowland, ot Danville, J Ol the tickets, limits, etc call on Agents The homes of Richmond were thrown livered a scholarly and well pre- - was a welcome visitor to Richmond last omiracu inn , I on from tlin minus approachlnstllnle. rates, uoutc," or aaaress .ice unaersignea. "Big Orange St., Richmond, Ky eca tenia). of Mr. t our wtilch evidenced the t In visitinir (t!ni''liters and wo nart'd address of welcome, extend Friday. omoi to of a n. Dhwit,n. Harris and ins school, who came at a WARDEN J. LYNCH, W. P. DEPPE, d wero disappointed that . more did ; not itig to the delegates the hospitality rt i.i .,. . .i . ,.r t:.. I... i. 68, care liurst & Fowler. XJcn. Pass. ATkt. Agt. A. O. P. tT. Agt. i me Miss Susie Stuart, of Winchester, come to cnarm us wun men giaciuus l.i inomes ui niuuuiuuu, nmtu ei , Drs. Gibson and 1' razee were called b noy8-4M Farria 0CCUDied a CINCINNATI, OHIO. sonnded to in a inot eloquent sliort was the guest of Mrs. French Tiption to Irvine last week to operate on young position in tho center of the ptocession, very address bv Mis. Basil last week. Tim meetinir was nreceded bv a carrying a large nag, in tne center oi v beautiful breakfast given by Miss bv a few well chosen words from Miss ... Hon. V. B. Smith returned on Mon- lRokb Iwho was ar dental o shot In . the wuicil lias luuo nuu, duuuuboui tiu l.tll. .....ol-w inn T.lovd .it the Madison Kemalo lustitute. Florence Barlow 1.. horseback trip to Owsley represent the biggest, "thing ' in the given by the various day from a counties. Reports were Thursday morning. Covers were laid 3 and Jackson Judge Tharp was shot by Squire Po Union (Texas): while his boys yelled fortwontv. The table was most beauti- - sta'o officers: Vico President, Mrs. Rocks Slus Barred Plymouth M Harrison: Recording Secretary, Mr. Soeed Smith returned to Wash land. They removed about fifteen like COmmanclie Indians. fnllv ileenrntexl with Confederate colors A At 1 o'clock Rev. Zernow, of Kirks . in liiermet roses and white chrysanthe- - Miss Mabel Jones; Corresponding Sec- - ington on Saturday, after visiting his inches of Rose's bowels that had been with prayer, viile, opened the mums, w hile::it tho guests plates were retary, Mrs. W. is,, krant; treasurer, mother, Mrs C C. binilh. lacerated by the shot. The operation sfter Which the exorcisesladies of the BLUE" Strain, The "TRUE young painted in innlf; HriiKiii-allMrs. James Mitchell: Historian, Mrs Dr. Jasoer. who was able to be out delayed beyond reason, but Institute sang "My Old Kentucky ate Hags. Miss Lloyd herself presided Ben Hardin Helm; tho latter being ab- some weeks ago, is hardly so well now had been fail to call. Cockerels for sale $2.00, Trios the doctors expressed a hope that he Home." By this time tho house was as toastiuisiress in a most gracious and Bent her paper was read by Mips llen- - and is confined to his room. $5.00. This completes my 21st packed with anxious parents and might yot recover. ciiHriiiin manner. rietta Ulackburn.oi rraiiKiort. Yours Respectfully, Mr. J. W. Zaring and family have fnent's wno had come to witness the Reports were read from each of the year of breeding the one va Tlie following programme was ren- Shot In Jha Side. contest. chapters, showing a wondertui increase given up housekeeping and taken durcd: riety exclusively. Misses Lena Palmer and Etta Whit- in numbers and interest which is due rooms at tiie Henderson House. invocation. n citizen, whose name is A to proeons?stiug of most ttl.eimtiriiigeiJorU.enthiisiasm iove, eour-- e, a withheld by request, while out hunting lock, who had been selected The first Miss Susan Deatherago enteitained MRS. M. F. ARBDCKLE, I;,.:..,, a ,.!., ws ,.rvcil nftfr nun iiuiuence oi me oiaiu rreemcui number of friends on Tuesday last in with a friend recently, had one side of nounce the words, did their part to perfection. Mag was sung, Mrs. Rasil Duke. Sllrer Creek, Madison Co , Ky. which the Boiiuv Blue houor of Miss Ethel Heacox, of Lexing When the two schools lined urr.or his body from shoulder to his knees. nov23-3ItECETlON. -all joining in with ihegrearent enthn ton. n every showed a 81111111. sprinkled with shot. He says his eye the battle to do face best. Everything At 8 o'clock all repaired to a full his Mr. Basil Duke Gordon, a faithful at Second course, of sweet bread and liess leception given at the Madison sight was spared by Providence, as he moved along quietly for about two Nicho-lasvilm.iidirooiiiH. alter which Mrs. Sulser, of Female Institute, the use of which was tache of this ofllce, was called to 6erious ill had a premonition of danger and turned hours, after which some of the bet-- t on MayBVille, rexfiinle-- l ti the toast. tendered by Miss Lloyd, tho principal. ness of his Saturday by the i mother. his back and threw his arms across his spellers began dropping out till only I lio invitations were limited to the "my war about five were lett on either side B AAAAMAAaAaAAsssAiasAAAMflkAAsAsAAAMAsAsssssaS Invitations nre out to the marriage face iust before the shot was fired. He 1'hen the interest became exciting. manner a lelegates and those entertaining deleii vinir in a most intcie-tiu- g Burkliort aceolUit of Collie of her expirl gales, and I ho only reason that every on December 5. of Miss Jimniie Ram says he and hfa frleud got separated This lasted about thirty minutes' when ences in the 'xties. She sni.I, ill brlof. home in lticnmoniiwasnoi represenieu is nam McCormack and Mr. T. R. when his companion called to him and only one on either side was loft to de 1 bho waK living in Lynchburg when because there were not enough delegates sey, both of Paiut Lick. ijb juut- ns lie answered he put up his arms asiciuo iiio cuaiupiuiitnup. a hung, and how the to go around, hence many of her citi John Biown was Misses Emily White and May Old bells were rung with joy from every zens were deprived of what would have ham. ot White Hall, returned last Fri described and was peppered with the Lreat difflcul tv tl lat the words could be to tnem. day from mul sllu believed been a tlelightlul st rule ami lull t'l- the National Fox Hunters' contents of tho gun. If wo did not Uronounced suilicientlv loud to be And in order to get their DENTISTRY to do have decided II i e of the know the parties were tho best of heard. Just as the clock struck four, thai was tlie tocsin Mississippiwar. She eransinvitation also included the vet meeting, held at Irvine. who lent their presence to the in time wont from there to rri,i ariun th.it Miss Marv Hughes, who had so bravely to GREATLY REDUCE PRICES between now and Janua Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Beggs. nee Miss frtf.Mila tlia CMCn.ntrtn nil help in occasion, ihe evening ucing a coin, to secede with the state and o nf e contested for Mr. Farris' School, went ry 1, 1900. inclement one, some who are not as Mabel Terrell, of St. Louis, are the nf.i,nrHn0-n- "" t " If you have aehing teeth; if you want gold fitting out a company of students lrom down in defeat, leaving Miss Mary Grays. young as they wero thirty years ago. guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, and ger game than partridges. Oxfoid. known as the Union Ham standing as champion of Elliott bridge woi'k or teeth without plates; if you want the bes Thcv numhcrl (ie hundred the (lay could not venture out. However, the Mr. and Mrs. Stanton B. Hutno. Institute. It is useless to add that this An Entertainer Par Excellence) thev Touched Man.issa. but only four spacious parlors were comfortably filled. was the most hotly contested spelling set of artificial teeth, in the world; if your fillings are falling Mrs. Curran C. Smith and Miss Mary l no tame was neantiiuiiy decorated w hen they returned from Gettysburg! of their How perfectly excellent was tho en- - bee over witnessed in Kirksviile. out; in red and white ribbons and flowers, Spencer attended the funeral Goodloe, if your present teeth are getting loose; if your old The presence ot .Mrs. Sulser among relative, Capt. Archibald H. tertainment by Prof. A. H. Merrill may uotii scnoois renocieu cream upon tboie who sat around the boards gave and candelabras with red shades. A who died on Monday in Lexington themselves nnd their teachers plates are wearing out; if you want porcelain inlay fillings be ascertained by asking any one of unusual ii terest to tlie occasion. She delicious supper was served ill courses, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hisle have re- the 'audience that heard him nt Masonic is a sister of Mr. Buiton II irrisoTi, and bv several pretty vouuggirisin evening if your natural teeth are getting loose; if you are troubled EfTHJ PAINT LICK. a woman noted tor her groat brillinacy dress, after which Mr. Merrill, of Van- turned from their bridal tour and have Temple last Thursday evening. We in any way with your teeth, it will pay you to see Dr. Ilobson of mind, tier interesting and heroic dcrbilt Univerfcity, rendered m the gone to housekeeping at the Hisle that our praise, most attractive on Mudy wm during the war, for tho relief of Thomas Nelsonmanner an extract from homestead, repair for Creek, which was confessalways accorded however lavish, Miss Alma Lear is on the sick list. and get his special prices on work before yon have your Page's of the happy couple's is not with absolute Miss Lan Buford Parkes is vising Mrs, the Confederate soldier which hits Mars George." taking us "Courtuhipante put in nice back to occupancy. unrescrvedness, as in this iustance W. W. VvTntts. work done. All work done in best possible manner and imver ceased no to the preseut time days with so much' realism we an ! we are suio will continue so long he u infor We. are glad to note tho continued guaranteed to give satisfaction. References Anybody Dr, During the meeting of the Daughters And knowing from inquiry, that our timo being that thirty-fiv- e forgot the of Mrs. W. T. Tevis. as life shall Inst. Barof the entertainment is herd improvement since such of the onfederacy. Miss Florence Alter Dix'e was sung with all the scenesvears had elapsed every face in low, of Louisville, was the guest of estimate has done work for and for further information cal Lan Mr. were enacted, and we find it dif caster,and Mrs. J. B. Robinson, of Mrs. Hobson by many critics present, soul that could come from the hearts ol visited the latter s mother, room beamed with expressions ol Misses Sallie and Lucia Burnam. Miss ficult to do justice to the speaker or his DR. VALETINE H.-- HOBSON, on twenty worn!!, a delicious third course the E. J. Wallace this week. pleasure and love at living over again Barlow remained until Monday, and was served recipient of ninny attentions .effort, so far do they surpass onr praiso; was tho Next door to Postoffice, Richmond, Kentucky, Mrs. M. J. Wilmore and daughter Miss Lucia Burnam then in her most the sweet old days of the past that are from numerous Richmond friends. hence we quote the language of the re have moved to their new home in Kicli no more. Tlie recitation was applauded for several minutes. All returned to On Sunday she dined at Gov. Mc nowned Professor of English Literature mond. It Is with regret that we give up our very estimablo neighbors, but their homes feeling it was good to be a deary's. CATARRH CAN BE CURED. of the University of Virginia, Dr. Chas. boiitheriier. The attractive Miss Annette Riddell, W. Kent, an most nearly expressing the our loss means gam to you. of Irvine, in her usual charming man Mr. T. R. Itamsoy returned from BUSINESS AGAIN. prevailing opinion here: "It is Arkansas Wednesday. On Tuesday, The second session was called to or ner, entertained last Tuesday evening, one feturejuf the will lead to December oth, der Friday 10 a. m. bv the State Presi dancing was tlie principal refreshments difficult to tell whether Prof. Merrill the hymeneal Mr. Ramsey Jimmio Mcaltar. Miss evening, and delightlul pleases most by his selections, his re .i..i .. , Cormack, tho beautiful and attractive were served at the usual hour. Thoe LliXlNGTON, KY. ports from chapters were continued. present wero Misses Emily White, of finement, his personality, or his art, but daughter of Mrs. Sarah McCormack, nnd A report lrom the chairman oi tne IT GOES TO EVERY PART. certain, tiiat all combined make one of the most popular voung ladles 'Historical Hall Committee," Mrs. Madison; Ida and Kathorine Park, An- this is Eugenia Dunlap Potts, followed. Mrs. nie Wagers and .Maude Miller, of Ir- him a most charming entertainer," of our community. Mr. Itamsey is the SURE, SAFE AND PLEASANT. Potts needs no introduction to the peo vine; Messrs. Jeptha Chenault, of Rich and we add his was the best enter second son of Dr. Durdetto Ramsey mond; Maurrice Miller, ol Winchester; and a worthy young man. ple of our county or state, being a tainment of the kind ever in Richmond For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and unre cr.re for Catarrh. In this writer of wide and enviable reputation. May Oldham, of Madison; J. w. Walk endeavor inanv hundreds of nostrums have been offered lo a suffering nubile, and the health of Latek.. We learn with pleasure that State op Ohio, city op Toledo, A1Ie att' ot thousands have been completely ruined by talcing them, these various compounds causing the a woman prominent in an Wll- - an effort will be made to have Mr. Mer-- 1 l rigg. Of GlaSgOW. Lucas couxty, worst lorms oi Dyspepsia, sprays ana omimenu are aiso wonmess, as 11 is impossiuie 10 reacn l,oritv an.l honai-nlon- f ,rorb nn,l parts in this manner. rill, who is Instructor of Elocution at Frank J. Cheney makes an oath that the. affected hushand was a Surgeon In the Uonfed- Murdoch's Catarrh Cnre is a new and scientific arccaratlon and is to be smoked In partner of the nrm erate arinv; she herself having spent The following announcement, hand- Vanderbilt University, to spend a he is the senior a nice, thereby the fumes and smoke eoinz over the entire system affected bV the disease. It af nun maim oi Anum, III NohuiW iieaa ana an much ot tier time in aiauison county, somely engraved, was rtceived last month here especially to train students F. J. Cheney & Co . doing business in relieves insianiiy no matter lorms shape, and uroncnuia, xtay revr. loias in tai for reasonable treatment continued I city of Toledo, county and State forms of Catarrh, how little whatare affected, cures where treatment. isCatarrh cornea often from the Bl we alwavs welcome her to our city. week: you don't delay of Central University in declamation aforesaid, nnd that said firm will pay time. No matter all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs arc John B. Chenanlt, Her address was one of more than simple colds. Like Just Llda J. Bargess, Muiml ! nlurau t trmf-l- l I iif Inrrboltr Hnnll and oratory, when our citizens will have the sum of one jidkdreo doixaics for as gooa. ueware ox imiuiiiuiis, as vucy uru nuiiuicsa. Married. every case of catarrh that can You've noticed how ilUUle the Historical Hall which the CoufedNoveinber opportunity to better know one of the each and WEONLY ASK A TUIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to any address, pro build iu eighteen hundred and ninety-nintlm Tiiir norno is :is emtes hopetotopreserve Lexington, Ky., mncit mltori oitfi nlifirminn nonf nmon I r I CATA1UUI pain, on receipt oi price. Maysville, Kentucky. to"" CORK. , all Confederate .v Jin which ciniiiu.iuit! .latins ncuuci, fHiico ;n the state. She enumerated Mr. and Mrs. Chenault are spending has ever been our honor to meet. Frank J. Ciiexey. Put up in tin boxes, $1.00 per Vox; Murdoch: Cure Co., in but YOU Will lllld US up to many very interesting relics in her their honeymoon returnthe Jiast, alter John B. Embry Dead a Remarkable Predlc- - Sworn to before me and subscribed treatment fov 30 days. Atlanta, Ga in mp presence, this tith day of Decern jtirn.tr nh.imra' nnrl t.hic unil iiueoraaiuu uuu uu ucu. duuu whicli they jciu elegant to Richmond nov29-l- y tion. " ""far-home of the Boyd's which we wish we had at hand and repair to the J ber, A. D.1880. .year . Wltll Uie : newest, i y, describe. The building of this Hall irroom's parents. Mr. aim JSirir. ihos, The death of John B. Embry of yel A. W. Uleasgn, . .1 i ; i .f i. i r .i.. D. Chenault,'at "Cumberland View," ixotary xuouc. f " low fever in Cuba, was announced by I I i I O ...I.;., i. . i SEAL four miles east of Kichmoud. of seasonable goods we tanu 'T"1 uu iw tiupu 1 lso B". family at cable last Thursday to his rm i vuuitu iui t Mrs. Mary W. Wilhamson writes an I iKlVe ever Ollerea yOU. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter out. that these valuable historical arti interesting communication to the Cli Nicholasyille. A permit. was obtained cles may be preserved to the tuture his max from Aslieville, N. C, which to bring his body home via New York nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ot tne system, bend torians and generations. will be printed next week. It is writ Big In theabseuce of Mrs. Norborn Cray, ten in tho iuiuii able style of that gift and it will be buried- in Lexington to for testimonials, free. of Louisville, the Regent of Kentucky ed lady, and deals with the wondrous morrow. Owing to the deadly disease b. J , UHENEY & uo., Toledo, u. .''old by druggist, 75c room. Mrs. D. S. Reynolds read beauties ol tho "Land of the Sky.' of which lie died, the casket was orHall's Family Pills are the best, ltn All wnorlt; , sfcvlps n.nd I eher report of the Ky. room at the Cou- - She tells incidentally of the great chick dered to be hermetically sealed in or ... I i . . i .4 . Tn ..1 i icouiaiu iiliiacuiu, nv iiibiiuiuuU) M ranch at "Biltmore." the Vander der to bring the body through the giving an account of the various arti bilt estate whereon is built a three-m- il niuanus, cles of Interest collected in the past palace, me grounds aro States. S 5.00 S 7.50 year and placed there; also of the pre- auite small, only eighty-fou- r Deceased was a son of Mr. Talton thousand sentational theshaftof he "Virginia," acres'. Mrs. Williamson's address is.94 Embry. Sr., of Louisville, and brother. 12 50 10.00 hy the Ky. room to the Coufedei ate Woodfiu street. Aslieville. N C, savs of .Mr. J. J. Embry, of White Hall.and 18.00 15.00 Memoriel nnd Literary Society. first-clas- s ''We like it here but we miss bur Selections were read by Miss Florence she: Richmond fii nds." 'And we ma of the late Mrs. M. C. Heath, of this dear The residence of the late Barlow from the iniuutes of the Nation- say that when this talented, lovely nlir nml lirnttier of Hnrv V. nnd Odd ,1 T.I. al Convention, bening upon the duties lady left Richmond she carried with rt w ;ephen B. WllltO on iiy Tl0MIQ mm of, and if interest to, the state conven- her the affection and respect of all. ton Embry. Jr., of Cincinnati. Mr. St. Apply. to BfP tion, of the more important being the KEVEIl II WE WE OFFERED, The music club bearing the name of Embry, who was one of the leading cat building of the Jefferson Davis monuYOU OWNED, NHVER HAVE ment. The Veterans have already 'The Cecillan Club, organized last tle men of Kentucky, had been in Ha collected over $20,000, which they turn' vearwith Mrs. W G. Whtte.President vana; Cuba, only a sliort while, and NEVER WILL YOU FIND nor29-t- f over to the Daughter to be used in ad- Mrs. Geo W. Pickels, Sucli dainty and Keantiful edd dition to whatever they may add to Mrs. Neale Bennett. Secretary and was superintending the construction of build a monument in any stylu the Treasurer, is a very much olive club of tho Union Stock Yards at that point PUBLIC RENTING OF piec&s.. twenty-tw- o members. In looking over when attached bv yellow fever, dying Daughters may deem b.ect. last ve'ar's work, it is apparent that in three days. All of the state officers were Such luxurious Rociers. for the'nsuing year, several dele- hard study aud untiring devotion on to ascertain its condition, you may find that a mm STRANGE PREDICTION.? gates paying most beautiful tributes of the part of tne members were the lac On October court day, the Clijcax is new one is necessary. Pave the way to home love and gratitude to their distinguished tors that contributed to its splendid President, Mrs. Basil W. Duke, who success. We had enthusiasm and force informed, John Embry was In Rich happiness, by getting one of our IHrrl OLDHAM. nresided with such gracious dignity, im sufficient to withstand discouragements, mond mingling with his friends, for SUCCESSOR Tl BK6ERSTAFF partiality and wisdom; their most effi- - and so united were our; efforts, and so cient Secretary, Mrs. W. E. Grant, full of love for the "itresistibl e art1 here as elsewhere he wna very popnlar Dhe .undersigned will, on steadily grown not only Mr. W. whose duties, though a work of love, Among the prettiest nnd most inter-e-itin- g nr laborious and extensive: Miss Jones, that we have but in tho knowledge of He met nt ffiio W. Watts, a prominent Friday, December 1, 1899, at " r1cirA finrl nrfnor At n in numbers, For heating or cooking, ' we. can please you. lira, mm GIFTS to bo fodn I anywhere Recording Secretary, for her untiring musical history, musical forms, mnsi nilnan m., rent for the W tgnrn onttln rrtnMl 5i TWak. whn ni!. U i For parlor, dining room,, or kitchen we liaye-'ththis season are the celebrated COPLEY aud faithful attention to every detail; cat biographies and musical interpro mm vised Mr.Embrv not to wtoCuba to live year 1900. to the highest bid latest. ouaint, odd frames. Mrs. Mitchell, the Treasurer, who tions. PRINTS iu the The object of tho club is for tho mn because, said- - he, a man inured to a der, 280 Acres of Land, Limrilx thn financial interest with a Abiut 3)0 styles here. HEAT-MAKIN- G xnnlnnit rare: Mrs. lien Hardin Helm, tual holn and lienefit of its members, climate like Kentucky cannot live d APPARATUS. at JJunCannon and vigilance in col-- 1 also for the development of a broader forherevor-watchfly in the tropics. Saidhe: "If you go, known US the John A." Dun lor line all that Is obtainable for the musical taste and standard in our com I One of theAcoRN RADiATOR;ab our price-in rohi vps nt ( Vinfode.ratn records. miinitv. Music is for all. "It appeals you will catch yellow' fever and bo a can place. The land"is all in mm. ,, I 11 1 certainly bargain talk that will make rare treat was reserved until the not to a class, but to mankind. It dead man in three days." How A -i, ; parlast, consisting of a magnificent ad-- 1 gives us not tho real, but the ideal." Mr. Watts know wbafhe was talking will be rented w three you walk toward our store. We have had this fall three most en dress bv Mrs. A. M. Harrison, of Lex- Big Iii(ton. the aceotHDlished dauehtcr of iovable and instructive meetings. Th about is shown by the sad event re cels: . ' mm Mrs. Harrison is a program for the year will be varied corded. The cablegram said Mr. Em General Withers. Terms made known On day HTrSi most delightful and finished speaker with selections from oar own American bry wtw eick only r'three dayel" He dweltlareelv nnon the necessity of composers, as well as the old master leaves a wife, two daughters and a son, of sale. nnd MAINLAND BROADWAY, truthful hibtory being handetl down to With Mm. G. W. Pickels President. to wko tbe fmptXhy ef ll iaexveu " - Lexington, Ky. future ceneratToBfl and iiitlmftllMt that Mrs. B. L. Mlddelton, " crUry e4, the lust historian wm not yet Jxra, m and Mn. Harrar vti if PERSONAL follows: Mesdames J. T. AKers. iseaie Knnnoti "R. U. Burnam. J. Lewis rtnnkpr. C. ti. Crooks. Harvey Chenault, Holtoti, H.. B. Hanger, J. V. Lo- C. S. - . . Tl T lf.MJ.1l... n'SJO,0DIdl.am II Tr'PerrrG.' IK V of'Wacb, against his successful Hepub- lican niipoiietit, lion. w. r. iinrn-- , mi this citv. We understand thnt atnons other rrronnds of contest. Mr. Combs al leges irregularities in Duncaniion, Bearwolluw and Ulggerstalt pieeincls. i lie exact allegations which Mr. Combs proposes to prove, we aie not able ac curately to give, not having seen his papers before they were tiled on hatur-tav. We unuersianti. However, inav he" will ask that Bearwallow precint be thrown out because the election was ot held by secret ballot, but that vot- Innr was done onoiilv in disregard of the election law. At Duncaniioni. seven 1a .... . . won-wero tnrowii inn, iwn u r ...i. i.. cio Renublicans. because a pencil was used instead of the regulation stencil. This and other alleged "distinguishing marks" caused theoillcers to tlirowoul those ballots, tho Democrats losing five votes thereby. Tlie trouble in Biggerstait was that the ballots gave out and nineteen Democrats and six Republicans did uot vote at all. If the Legislature considers inese vanu Mr. Harris. Ins grounds maforltv oi &i will ue over come uy a considerable margin, as Barwallow gave a Bepublican majority of 60, and the five Democratic ballots ttirown out at Duncannon, and the 19 not voting at CD LAUNDERING ELABORATE , WORK is our snccialty. Don't mince mntters but call on ns when you wish done. We have the machinery, tho skilled help and years of experience that enables us to do thn with satisfaction to our patrons. H Prove any-on- e can Buit you, we can. us by atrial. As to prices we know they'll please you. RICHMOND o .. The Biggest, Brightest and Best Display! Don't fail to stop in and see what we have. Outing Flannels, AVasli FaUrics, light and dark ground, solid colors, stripes and checks, extra heavy fine quality, at 10c per yd. Good values also at 5 and 8ic. Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels, good quality, solid white, pink and olive, at 35 and 49c. 33 90 8 SS) B SO 0 S3 S8 SO "IS a to se 88 50 ae jft 2. O CO t, 40 co t te ce co ce co ce co ca 33 C8 CB The Ultra, TOirLAMES. C9 CO CS) 0 STEAM LAUNDRY. LX.T.Wr IT . g.;in more than offnet the u SKIRTS 39 inches mm- - 9" Ladies' Outing Underskirts, long, 2 yds wide, 25e. Net Fleeced Lined Skirts at same price. Black Net Skirts 50e. 03 e c eft 9S C ..03 cs .t,a ca CP 9 c ca 3 ce C sDIIIIQI WANTED! I en CO 8 '" MARRIED- Just en eti ei C9 03 ! w-u- es "fS'Z? Jan 93 09 S' - CHEAP RATES C5 A .9 e8 DEATHS Thanksgiving Day ONE-THIR- D ! ) Oft - I rS 0. ce.3 !, CO) -.- t e vr 1 sp lm CO) . o. I 1 nnoiD-nrnsiMi- w Duke-followe- oi ..1 Fancy figured creton per yd. 81, 10 and 15c. Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns. spools for Clark's Thread, lOcts. jm OS .04 09 09 09 09 9 8 o t9 c 0 as. 3Don't .09 ed 09 8 03 9 09 09 03 09 09 00 19 09 OS t" well-know- nu r 09 9 A m deier-minatio- .49 09 i9 e9 9 t le ..:' ittittit WANTED 00,000 PEOPLE.. I n,.i mm mm Our Pric lli-- i if Help You f CiFiBrower&Co M'.iin..bi..iih.ri,r.o, MURDOCK'S CATARRH CURE "him m I Hp Make our values your standard, you will find every day needs p at every day r)o un,affi, m "i """ twenty-secon- d, e. mM,i. ""r 4. a mm SATISFACT witness. Ladies' Desks. j Is our aim, the goods behind our promise is our living I 11 lion-doll- FOR RENT John A. Higgins. si Por anything and everything H it at M ill kb, Hp f n Parni- - m kept in a ture citore, you wm nnag$ Vice-Preside- nt GRASS LAND lip lag pa W. S. OLDHAM'S, UNDERTAKING . XINE COMPLETE. STOVES OR RANGES. .Ml e ' sit safe-luate- ul s Day Phone 76. Night 136. C.F.Brower&Co uu.vy.! TAYLOR BROS. (lt s ' ' - II i r m immltmr - i fiiifiiiiiiiiititt i liiif irrftflifllfii jkm A Jtn A A .J A a j . . . . . 18 T'S NOT THE PRICE For Your Living Every Day, But . YOU PAY Get For Your Money! It's What' You , i 8 1 You miy bo a millionaire; you may own a palace fair, In a land that ever "flows with milk and honey;" You may pay the bijjffest price; but that reallv '"cuts no ice" For it's WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY! You may be a Son of Toil, amid the world's turmoil, Have to hustle every day and that's not funny! Still, as through this life you go, all joys here below Depend on "WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY ? mm Busy Bee Germany, Switzerland and America; DRESS GOODS. AV'o nro very fastidious about our Dress Materials; they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance; which is the harmony of good taste. We are offering a line oi beautiiul mixtures, double width and Rret-tand stylish for 19o per yd., worth 39. We are showing the handsomest Hue of Crepons in the market this season. Prices from 29c per yd. up: the line imported weaves that go out freely at $2.48 per yd. We are showing a complete line of Venetians, Broadcloths and all weaves Our suitings adapted to tailor-mad- e prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be. Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bamains out. all-woy Si Cash Store, I AT THE 1 W1 Never before has the public been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, at such extreme LOW PRICES as we are offering this fall. We guarantee to save you money on each purchase. Gall and see W and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and. Shoes found in Richmond and at prices that will please you. 8 RICE & ARNOLD. Fresh fingers, cakes, pies, rolls, We have some special prices on bread, oyster patties, etc., at Zimmer vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 McSherry wheat dril nt a bargain Hotel Bakery. IjanOO We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days. Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain, - IIigqins & Luxox. tf Centre-C- (SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE & RICE.) The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how tfreat are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers; also as a drawing card for you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock. The beauty of our the purpose of which show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France, England, Dress Fabrics, had such an Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties now showing. from as we are enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases Shelves, counters, Ledges and even the very floors, upstairs and downstairs, are creamng and groaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them. y The Richmond Climax. nVRHN'ESDAY. . U. Qamc. Excursion Rates. NOV. 29. - - - 1S99. Dr. Hobson, Dentist. page. Nai-livil- Dn-einbe- r Four hundred choice, pure bred Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets anderb' beat 0. U. at for sale nt CO cents each or S3 perdoxen. cost i ney win 15 yon 5i eacn alter Dec tur.lay. 1. Eg for 50 rents. -- TMk.V;jiviiiK V.nstries in Mits. H. II. COLYEirT o Ktchuiond, Ky. at Ziramer's Hotel Bakery. sopt20-t- f ljanOo' Wanted! A harness horse to keep for its feed Air. Klza Million, county judge-cl'f- t, will be inducted into olllceuii during winter. Best care. Address, Horseman, Lock Box 401. Richmond, 4 21-1abund-"w.'MUVjd- I'rehistoric'ooru doecribtd on first There is talk of Mr. J. M. Thomas, of Ford, buying the Southern iAimber C'ouijjuiiy plant at Valley View. Ky. flcW Livery Firm. yearlings from Steed sold at Lexington M .ii lay at an average of $103 per head. 5 V igil button, Wuj. McCoy and Hill I'rntlier are to be tried for inurdei 4ii iIh (Jarrard circuit court, now in Knrty-flv- e .osM"ii. coiuii-ctioii- s & Tlie 1:55 X:d K trains makes close ot Winchester with the C o. trains for Lexington, arriving there -: at - s. Messrs. Jim Gibson and John Tur-le- y have formed a partnership and will today commence conducting the livery business, at the big Fox stable on Main street, recently operated by Thos. Gibson, deceased. The youny men are well known and popular, and will at tend strictly to business, ensuring to. the trade perfect satisfaction. Mr. Gibson is the only son of the late and Mr. Turley is a sou of Squire Green Tuiiey. Together they area 'Ood team" and will do well. pro-pieto- Contral, University and Centre Col-pg- o will play foot ball on Thanksgiving IIlGUIXS & Lujto.w tf Day. The in Danville. Death Caused by Pain Louisville & Atlantic It. R. (R. N. I. & in many teeth because the dentist failed B.) will sell round'trip tickets at one to treat the loolh right. See Dr. Hob fare, train leaving at 0:15 a. m., returnson about your achiUg teeth. ing at 8 o'clock. The gamo will probably result C. U. 22, C. C. 0. HOW to Enjoy Christmas. Have your teeth repalrd or new ones The Meigs Sister! . made by Dr. Hobson. Prices reasonaMessrs. Stockton & Hngan were un ble and work of the finest quality. fortunate in coming out f 50 or CO behind with their entertainment at the Did Not Know that a lowor sot of teeth made right Masonic TeVnple Friday night. There will not rattlo or make the mouth bo re. were too many attractions in town at Try Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Richmond, the same time. We hope these gentle men will be reimbursed for tbeir loss. They had a flue attraction, although Residence Sotd. the leading soprano was too ill to ap Monroe Jjackey, of - Waco, bought pear. the Itarasey property, on Broadway and Hunting in the Mountain;. B. streets, on Saturday, at public sale. Mr. J. Miller Ward, and brother, Mr. for $2,250- - This is certainly .very cheap J. Quncy Ward, of Paris, and Messrs. for this property. James "W. Smith and Harvoy Chenanlt, . Banged Over One Hundred. of this city, left on Sunday for the Mr. Waller Chenault and a friend mountains to spend a few days in hunt- 6pent two days last week hunting and ing. They carried several line hird banged 110 of the Bob While family dogs and plenty of ammunition, and as "Father" Chenault is oio of the crack they are four of the best shots in Ken tucky, Brer .Rabbit, Bunny and Bob shots of the Richmond Gun Club. White had better look "a leetle out." For SUITS Not a single item in this great store, in this enormous stock of goods, nor in this great syndicated three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a customers this fall, that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN. Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has been lclt unturned to make this the Banner De Dartment of our store. All the new JackeU. Golf Capes, Children's Jackets, &C, that are In favor this season we are showing nnd our prices suit every body. You can buy a iianusome eiik Lined Jackal or Ciine from us at the same price a cheap one would cost you elsewhere, uon't lan to visit our uioas Department, look through it, see many uew things whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you. Goods, are being All Domestic wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sieht of. You can save monev on each anil every item pur chased in this Department. Good Cali coes that make nice comforts and dresses aro only 3'c per yu. All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them. rinnd Canton Flannel 5c. Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c. An elegant assortment ot best grade Flannelettes lor wrappers and home dresses 8c per vd. Good Percales 5c: bettor Percales 71c per yd Red Flannel, heavy twilled, loc per yd. Mottled We are selling splendid Flannels in gray,-- red and blue at 81c per yd. Good Jeans 10c per vd. Good Bed Ticking 5c per yd; Best Rml Tickini 10 nnd 12c per yd. Best Lancaster and AmosKeag apron i r u. un pam oc put j.J Nico Dress Gin: ter irrades 71 and Sic per yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at vxry low prices in order to mane mom. iuuz tmu wagons and load them up, they wont be as low aKain tllis season t- ... OUR CLOTHING Department is the talk of the ontiro county. We are selling good suits for men at $2.48; Men's good heavy Cassi- mere Pants 7oc a pair. Our line ot Children's Knee Pant Suits is very complete. We are showing all the new things in lavor tnis season uur Men's. Boy's and Youths Overcoats aro piled mountain high on our counters and every garment is a bargain. You can't ask'ior anything in the cloth ing line that we don't hnntllo Irom tne cheapest to the finest. Get our prices before buving eisewnere. We are showing an Elegant Line jf Carpets. Linoleums, Oilcloths, Itugs. &c, in our Carpet Department. These goods are new fall importations, no old carried over goods. Uur prices in in is department knock out all competition. While in the uirpet uoparmieni. ntit to seo our Oilshades and Lace Curtains, we havo a choice selection for this fall season. Wo havo the best soloctod line of Ladies' Children's and Men's Underwear that will be shown you this season. Our Ladies' Union Suits at 2,"c each are worth 50c. Children's Vests heavy winter weight from 10c up. Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants 15c. Men's Extra Heavy Bibbed Vests and Pants 25c each. Covington & Mitchell. Novel Election Waner. Wm. Goebel succeeds Governor Bradley as the cluet executive ol iven- - If in. -.i The C. W. 15. M. will observe Ed-nutin nal Day First Wednesday after-'iiini- ii in December in basement ol U'hiMian Church. All friends invited. OVERCOATS . - Ci l. Overton ' inu'toii, un it thoroughbred II. Chenault, of Lex- bought of John E. Madden, the tucky, Jason Tudor, a Republican, has agreed to allow his Democratic friend, John Kelley, to baptise him in a pond near Cottonburg. On the other hand, if Hogjaw Taylor is seated, Mr. Tudor will have the pleasure of immersing Sale. the Honorablo Kellev in the shilly In Fool Ball Circles. Eighteen and one quarter acres of waters of the same pond. Without C. U.. which has not lowered her wishing Mr. Tudor any harm, we do good land, two miles east of Richmond, an the Irvine pike. For particulars colors to atay Kentucky college this want to be spared the infliction of four year, was defeated by Vanderbllt, states call on or address, years more of the catfish-mout- h we play at Danville. man from Butler. Rev. A. J. Teidblg, v on Satur Princeton beat Yale 11-IjanOO Richmond, Ky. 21-1- 0. 10 stallion, Itussell, winner of Brooklyn Ilandiaip; price Aldrigf.of Eetill, nnd Mrs. ii rva While, of Ilichtnntid, were turned Wednesday at the residence of tinluidu's brother, Mr. Alcorn, at V. Ji ';. Piper House in Richmond, The drug firm of Perry & Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful lino ot wall papers and have Mr. W. Ii. Leeds, a skilled artist, to hang and tastes and decorate rooms to suit-a- ll purees. No trouble to show goods. New Wall aug'23-t- f day. back on C. U.'s team in 05, played right end and made one touchdown for Rose Polytechnic when she won her game Saturday 18-from Louisville Y. M. C. A. Thanksgiving Services. J. R. Riggs, quarter Headache Hood's Pills Biliousness, sour stomach, constipa tion ana all nver Ills are curea Dy cathartic Price The 25 cents ot all druggists or by mall ol ilass. C.I. Hood & Co., BOOTS AND SHOES. The enormous stock of Boots' and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every line. We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes. Ladies' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Work Shoes, Men's Fine Shoes, Men s and Boy's Boots ami everything to be s slioe store, anu found in a nrir-Gw are nomine on them are mov ing them out in Bags, Carts and Wagons. Don't wait to get your shoes, mms now. We are atrents for the "Regina" Shoo, it is made on all the new style lasts and it is the best S3.00 the market. Ask to rIiob for lndies-isee a pair of our Regina Shoes. first-clas- 1 lidy set warranted. We nro agents for The American Corset. The beat feeling and most stvlish corset used. Every Cor- Got our prices on Trunks, Valises, Hats and Caps. Umbrellas. Ladies' Underskirts, Ladies' Dress Skirts, &c, t'"- - ay. 11 you have any oak, ush, poplar or l.i nt legs or trees, and wish to sell r:n lor cash, write or call on l.OY & Kol'EK CO., i"L'i0ui Nicholasville, Ky. - Gouington $ Mitchell. n "vt n ri r n i 4ri Union Thanksgiving Services will be Let sour life oppose slander, and From my premises on Tuesday held this year in the First Presbyterian like the sole of your shoe it will gradu night, November 7, a white female church, tomorrow Thursday, at 10:30 ally wear away. setter, with lemon .spots on body and a m. All ot the ministers ol tne city Used by British Soldiers In Africa. hips, speckled face and long tair. "Will will take part in the services. Rev. H. Cant. C. Q. Dennison is well known pay $5 for return of same o under G. Turner of the Methodist church will all over Africa as commander ol the deliver the address. A beautiful musi forces that captured the famous rebel signed. cal program has been arranged by Mrs. Galishe. Under date of November 1, D. R. Tevis, Richmond, Ky. 18S7, from VrybuxiSi Bechuanaland, he novl5-t- f J. T. Akers, director of the choir: writes: "!5efore starting on the last , Hymn "Te Denm" bought a quantity of Cham Important Train Changes. .Panl Bodney camnaien I "Emmanuel, ' berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Mr. Flora. Parties.can leave hero now at 1:55 p. Hvmn "lioiv. Holr. lioiy.' Icemedv. wnicn 1 used mvseii wnen ye, O Israel" Dudley Buck troubled with bowel complaint, and in., making close connection at Win- "Fear not Mrs. Oldham. Miss Caruthers had given to my men, and in every case Chester, and arriving in Lexington at Solo Ujmn "Coronation." it proveu most Denenciai." .tor saie thirty-fiv- e 3:30, a trip of one hour and novl-lrby Perry & Thomas. Returning, trains leaves minutes. Nine Don't jest with 6trangers. Lexington at 5:35, arriving in Rich times out of ten they will misunder mond at 7:20. stand you. Thanksgiving Services Tomorrow. Take care of the stomach and the At eleven o'clock tomorrow morning, health will take care of iteelf. If people onlv realized the soundness of that a union Thanksgiving serviso will be statement the majority might live to a held nt the First Presbytorinn Church. cood old oee liKe Moses, "tne eye un sermon by Rev. H. G. Turner, of the dimmed, the natural force unabated." Church. Methodist An elaborate It is in the stomach that the bloou is made. It is from the stomach that pipe organ accom Strayed or Stolen. . a. CLOAKS AND WRAPS. We have one entire room In our great rin.A ,lo,.nfol fn nnr Clnnk and Wran All the Eastern and DeDartment. I B the best line in the city. we will-6av- e you money and show you Mart. The We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to visit this Great Bargain the reach of had hero at prices best the market both east and west affords to beso many goods whenwithin leave the low you Bring your wagons as you will buy everyone. wont hold them. prices we are naming that your buggy W. I). OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN OVERCOATS I musical-progra- m, paniment, will bo rendered. New Train For Berea I m Our assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, ('apes, Children's "Wraps of all descriptions. We have not the time to describe each article, but can safely say that we have a -- if Ml There is talk of petitioning theli.&'N to make Bcrea the terminus of the evening train that stops here at 7.20. It would have to leave Barea about 1.45 a. m. Berea is tne largest village in the I county nnd can probably furnish traffic to justify the extra mileage. Telephone to College Hill. Covington & Mitchell. Rev. Mr. Barnes nourishment is dispensed to nerves and muscle. If the stomach is "weak" it eun't tn iu nhnln work for each nart nf thn linclv. If it is disposed thedis-- l ease will taint the nourishment which is distributed, and so spread disease ihrnuirliout Hir bodv. It was the reali- zatiou of the importance of the stomach the very center of health and the common source of disease, which led Dr. Pierce to nrenare his 'Golden Stock wraps AA AA tb UN Jh.TV.lt I to suit every one and our PRICES are the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other firm in the City can compete with us. We are offering a select line of Jackets, at following prices: CoIIego Hill is now in telephonic connection with Richmond. Soon the line will be extended through Brass- field, Panola and Rice Station to Irvine. Wo trust the work will not cease until every hamlet and half the farm houses in the county have talk ing machines- Shot in Texas. 2 3 24 M 00 S$ MA Nows reached hero one day last week of the shooting of Collins Sale, in i i ii .ii i. i UlSCUHlgUU WllliU IIUUUU I 10ia3l nil", ,lis Buni t,,e lau mangling his arm. . rrlin Ininrofl mnmllpr war ninnnlfltnil , , but the operation had to be repeated' the arm being taken oil at the shoulder joint. He may die. . t 4 6 74 3$ 4 You will find in this lot a; complete assortment of colors, modled after patterns of recent cut and made of mnterials that we can recommend for durable wear in fact such goods as will' please and attract the eye as well as give entire satisfaction in price." You must see these before you have made up your mind to purchase a wrap. Suits for Ladies ifyou See our Tailor-mad- e think of buying, as it will pay you. LADIES'. GENT'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, M The values in this Department can not he resisted. TRY DS. & $?P RENT'S FURNISHINGS AND A A LADIES' DRESS GOODS JITLWAiai. CHCn A T TV tffr 4xt we can save you maney. . -- If in want of MILLINERY call and see us, Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, -- jjjp E. V. ELDER, AGENT FOR McCALL.PATTERNS. m sleepless nights, general debility, head ache, and general want ol tone ot the system, use Herbiue. You will get re lief and finally a cure. Price oO cents. novl-IPerry & Thomas. Like evil itsolf, virtue often shrinks from the light; but from what different mqtivea! Year, Her Twenty-FirHe plays well that wins." Hood's year that This is the twenty-firSarsaparilla wins the victory over dis- Shot in the Face. Mrs. M. F. Arbncklo, ot Silver Creek, ease because possesses genuine cura While put hunting last week, Capr. tive power. it has been breeding ono variety of chick ens exclusively, Blue Barred Plymotb Jim Allman caught a portion of the con- A pessimist is a mairwho growls be-- 1 Rock. Hers is the "true blue" strainJ tents of a shot gun iu his face, the shot cisuse he cannot wear his shoes inter- pnzo winners, and are in constant de Ht.rikinc him linnpath thn rifht nvn nnd i J ii " mand. ' She has for sale a number of leaving an ugly wound about the size cmu'Reame, roosters nt S2 and trios $5. See ad with of a silver dollar. An inch higher and Sal Slool Cure Free. game cock in another column. the Captain's eyesight would probably Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers, Can-habeen destroyed. As it is he of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Keck, R. N. I, & B. Extension caped with a slight wound and a bad Breast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are all curable by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Judge W. Q. Gourley, of Beatty ville, scare. Balm), which is made especially to one of the directors ol the new hy., cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per Ladies Will bo Glad to Hear This. Louisville & Atlanta railroad (the old sistent Sores. Blood and Skin Blem Mr. Zimmer, acknowledged to be ishes, Sciofula, that resist other treatB N. I.&B. railroad), was in Louis B. B. B. ville Monday in tho interest of the road the best baker ever in Richmond, will ments, are quickly cured by Eruptions. Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Judge Gourley says that thcwextension put on sale at the Hotel Zimmer next iPimples, Red, Itching hczema, bcales, of tho road from Beattyville to the 6ea- - door to Climax office every day fresh Blisters, Ked oriirown ratches, rsiotches, I cost will be built, but he is unable to partriea, such as lady fingers, jelly rolls, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc.. are all due the work will begin, as pie pies, cakes of all kind's, iced, fruits.and to bad blood, and hence easily cured Extern capalists who havehnrge ot the work have postponed it for a time. i iigiu ureau, rang, or oauers ureaa. five months. 15. B. B. does not contain uice stock of the above kept on hand in t vegetable or mineral poison. One bot office of the hotel. Try a samnlo or- - le wi I test inn any case. i?orsaiep druggists everywhere. "Large bottles der and thereafter you will not waste SI. sir for S3. Send for a free sample time cooking these things at home. bottle, which will be sent by return mall. When you write, describe symp-- l Wire at Crop Suffers in Garrard. toras, and personal free medical advice Balm Co , A telegram from Lancaster says: will be given. Address Blood 'Several prominent farmers in thiB 433 Mitchell street, Atlanta, ua. july20-iy- r said that the section in town The first thing requisite In all inter only salvation for the wheat crop is courses between men is honesty. the speedy arrival of cold weather. lTho Hessian Try ia playing, havoc with It will not bo a surprise to any who tho advanced crop, and a now pest has are at all familar with the good qualf-,- ii ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, ,i in i. 0,on r o ,oii i.i. T I ' r. frnnw H n noAnln AttAtmrliAra fnbrt worm, Which is working nt tho root ot n1(,nBIlrft in their emerienee the crop and destroying it by the acre. a the use of that splendid medicine telling of the benefit they havo Farmers are much puzzled nt the ar and in II.WU received irom it. oi baa cotas it Has i have never seen anything like it be monin it tins averted and oi tne chil fore." dren it has saved from attacks of croup whooping cough. It is ft grand Efiaphaeia ia the wrong plce crta& and H1QlelBl by I'erry k I Mod tM WMkMM It wsHld avoid; x , mrinm. st originate in the stomach must bo cured The soundness through the stomacli nf this theory is proved every day by That lovable christian and powerful cuifnui uiBruBuu urniir, ucm i, iuiikd advocate of Christ nnd God's Love, hloori. hv ilio iira of the 'Discoverv" Rino-la whose fame has circled the earth, whlrli is cnlnlv nndorgans of medicine digestion blood and Qoe. O. Barnes, will begin a series .for the Rev. and nutrition. It is a temperance of meetings iu the lower court room to medicine containing no alcohol, whisky night at 7:30 and continue for several or other intoxicant. Everybody invited. Mr. evenings. man feels bitterly The Barnes Ib the euest of Mr. and Mrs. T. the difficulty of exercising himself J. Smith. without accusing others. Irvine Land, Loan & Investment Co. If you are suffering from drowsiness The Climax has lust completed a inthedrv time, irritability of temper. kind-hearte- i d nice line of job work, consisting of let ter heads, envelopes, deeds, etc for the Irvine Land, Loan & Investment Co. of Irvine. Col. W. O. Riddell, the efficient secretary of the above compa-- l uy, was hero Monday, nnd informed the Climax that business at that point is very satisfactory indeed. m Tf vnn h.ivo soro throat, soreness No occupation can ennoble anyone, Tetter, Salt Rheum or your lungs back or any nonesi across theor tender,side, you. aro threatThe intense itching nndsmatiBg Inci but any one can ennoble or feel soro lent to these diseases isinstijntiy allayed occupation ened with diphtheria or pneumonia, Qiambori3hV's Eye nnd - ty applying Tliniis.T.nds of men and women suffer apply Ballard's Snow Liniment exter- rsstn umtment. iiwiy vtry bsu iases from piles, especially women witli fe- - llflllV, U1U1 HOC VWUOOV. Di..VJ v.. have been ponnanenUycsred by it. It novl-lmalo weakness havo this sutlenngto Perry & Thomas. is equally efficient ftt; tsidiing piles and contend with in addition to their other Thoughts unojcpressed aro only half a favorite remeCyJfsr eoce nipples; pains. Tnbler's Huckeyo Pilo Oint-a- s chapped hands, cnHUaina. frost bites . ment will quickly etrect a cure. Price possessed. 25 cts. per box. anu chronic 50 cents, in bottles, tubes 75cts. Perry Chamberlain's Pain lialm Cares Others, novl-i& Thomas. Dr. Cady's Cosuitiun Vondcra, are Why Not You? inst what a. horaa needs, when in luil BTho reason why some men cannot has been using Chamber- condition. JTwieic, blood purifier arid" My wife keep their heads above water is because lain's Pain Balm, with good rcsulfsjor veciuuugo. Ji.uey are not tood but to do so. ti,ey aro helping others a lame shoulder that has pained her medicine :uA 1he bc3t in nso to put a continually for nineyears. We have horse in fpihne qondltion. Price 25 Infant mortalitv is something fright- - tried nil Kinds oi meuLcines aim uwuu seats per (jwekage. die before they without receiving any benefit from any fnl. Nearlv u ueiore iney of them. One day we saw an adverreach one year, The csau lead learned first before they .are tisement of this medicine and thought toaibey. nr fivo. and fifteen! The timelv use of White's of trying it, whieli we did with the best Cieam Vermifuge Would save a major' of satisfaction. Slio has used only ono "Experienco is the Best Teacher." bottle and her shoulder Is almost well. "Wo must bo willing to learn from tho novl-lPerry &Thomas. Adolph L. Millett, Manchester, N. H. experience of other people. Every lm For sale by Perry & Thomas. rr fool in some partic Every person is in favoc of Hood's Sarsaparilular. Therefore, strike gently at the Faith has its reasons; with them only la is the voice of experienco to you, and ot is your duty, if your blood is impure lolly will .reason. others, my friend. xud your health tailing, to take this Conatination means the accumula For burns, cuts, bruises, lacerations, medicine. Yotr'havc every reason to should be dis or injuries of any description. Ballard's expect that it will do for you what it tion of waste matter-tha- t charged daily, and unless this is done Snow Liniment is a sovereign remedy. has done for others. It is the best medthe foul matter is absorbed and poisons It never fails to do good, and so prompt- icine money can buy. the system. Use Herbine to bring ly that Its wonderful curative proper Hood's Pills aro mild, nbout'reimlaritv of tlio bowels. Price ties frequently create surprise, rnoo novl-leffective. Hit 25 and 50o. Terry & Thomas. 50c. Perry & Thomas. -a.nd-Kczera-m soro-yc&m Wbat Would Yoh (live. le cured of witim-liif ydu or your friends haw this dit'ease, you know how disrgreeable it is. Its symptions are inllatned eyes.throbbing temples ringing noises in the ears, headaches, capricious appetite, and constant discharge of mucus. Fortunately its cure is not a question of what you will give, but what you will takf . If yon will take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies.onriche.satid vitalizes the blood, you may expect to InTo . ono-auart- one-tbirlf who-ca- completely and permanently cured. The good blood which Hood's Sarsajm-rill- a makes, reaching the deligale passages of the mucous memhraneoothi's and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symptions of catarrh. lm one-ha- m The best judge of human nature at sight may be all nt sea when he attempts to estimate people of another nationality. Important Difference. apparent to thousands, who think themselves ill, that they ant not afllicted with any disease, but that the system simply' needs cleaning, is to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition is easily cured by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and sold by all druggists. An To make it m -- st m TO BE HAPPY .1 rpi, n l is to oe nee irom cuius uiiuuuiiiniuuu xuuumj m preventative is wear a pair of the -- ve es-le- er PS . T!- -1 , 4-- I , M SUITS ctoo to-da- y a S&S&Si BueM or Hock Bootee9 ePo doooo We Hi7s Thom in all-tl- o DiU Lasts f We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other agents are fraudulent and backed by nothing. 1 rin DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. m 9 l, .1 a PrntS hoWS through AUTHOR OF "IN HIS STEPS. 1 UTTU Lydio. E. TO HIS. 7XXXBAX XO. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. 2TS"vT TOaZ FASHIONS. PAINT LICK ,T5BiCIAEffECT& FD Mrs. M. A. Best visitfriends in this community last week. . ' or, What Would "In His Steps; gowns. Jlr. J. B. Parkes JiasTretnrned last Jesus Do?" by Rev. I harles M. Shel The'craza for cloth is constantly in week from the fox.hiint at Estill. don ot Topekn, has reailied a sale v. tho ascendant. greater than auy story ever printed. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Guyn left Saturday All skirts intended for evening wear no less than It has been translated into ' week to visit rolatives in Jessamine. trains.-lave nine lanpiagf and over.3 000,000 copies Some yerv chic ,wjg(ding jkowiis, arts Mr, John H. Wallace has returned split. It cannot bo said that have been made of white or .tinted cloths, ap- - from a visit to friends .in Danville. ' the author tlfd :tiot, In a vjiruo. way, plfqued with velvet to match. Miss Nellie Ray, of lower . Garrard, anticipate a wMtwpread circulation, for Brocaded panue is having: a great stantly. I got was the pleasant guest of Mrs. Mason he.stipulated willi the publisher that Knew, run. Black pressed panno may w some of your the book be printid in a cheap a "well combined with Chantilly lacoand Inr Pullins, last week. Compound and Khuf as exiwMisive edition, so that it might Rev. I J. Echols conducted an inin a recherche evening gown. took one bottle be within the reach of a 1 bright-hue- d caps are. teresting series of raoetings.'at Leaf All sorts of and received benefit from it at once. In lt'Jl .Mr. Sheldon ml.. pit d anew m. have taken it ever since and now worn ly little gins, xno soit jersey last week. (services in the have no backache, no pain in my plan of Jjunday evening Misses Fannie and Jennie Parkes at web affair with brilliant Rcim Mripes at To- side and my stomach and bowels are Ocntial Coi'Krffrntinnal against a solid bacjlRiouiuOof Vjlack or tended the Riggs' lecture, at Lancaster ek:i. I)urli.the winter lit read lilt- perfectly well. I can honestly say that color;" anil "peak top falling at tho lelt .and pronounqed it highly enjoyable. JOc. llruce.' there is nothing like it. If I could only t ntitietl ''Kicliiiul fir- -t si.de witji tiissol Jiuish, is iho' favorite. Revs. W. it. Harris and-A- . Bi Leon - tell every woman how much good your aiiiin-lnevutlhorved as Such 0c It may bo drawn 'low u.ovei the etir.spn ard filled tLoir lo.spuctivo milpits at done me, they would The new way of preneh- - medicine has MAErnAM. Kino, Noirrn 11: hcriiiuii bitter days. surely try Walnutta. and Mt. Taber, on ihe third iil' Christianity met with approval, iintl Attleboijo, mass. Russian liQta embroideret'L in fiijks b'tlintay. since llien ho has wiitteu t lexenbtories, and cord am jmpular for trinuuing Mr. Newton, of Broadliead, aud Miss The way women triflo with health which lme heen km1 in tile same man ovoningjpuvns. is Botorliendersxju wvro married at the that I ner. Hichnnl ltrnre" was written in shows a degree of indifference anduse-fubaePaie-huegiuzos are alwiys f.rbity bride's home, ue-- Lowell, lasi Thurs- Happiness r.EANSES THE 5YSTEM 1SJ1. 'Kuliert liaitlv's Seven Days" in past understanding.physical health; so iist-ath lirst ihiy, IiB Sillier 10. depend on for. evenijig. innl : EFFECTUALLY sYZ, 'Tlie Twentieth Door' in 180J, does a good disposition. Disease makes choivo t'l'young lailios wlm liave to hot rl M he C.ucifix of riiilliji "triii" in 1S03, women Mr tjr.uiley Hoghca, ouo of lincat- nervous, irritab!6 and snapa rather narrow limit upon iheir ex in 1891, pish. The very effort of ailing women tePs most popalar young liicn, pnid u 'John Kind's (Question penditures. d isit.'tn I'aiia. Lick a' few days makes them ner"His Hi other' Keii.ei" in 1SU3. "In te be An elegant cvoning cloak shown by Hying she will His steps," in 18'Jfi. ".Malcolm Kirk" in vous. AYrltetoMrs-Pinkham- , Lord itTnylor is long, llnei with light-hue- tl ago. 181)7, "Tho Kedempiioii f Krectown" help you to health and happiness. satin atul trimmed with Jace and , Mrs. Annie Walters, jfecompauied Itcostsnothing togetMrs. Pinkham's u 1SD8, "One of the Two" in 1898 J. McClintcck, of 11 jy her sister, Mrs-fur' advice. Her address is Lynn, Mass UAU PERMANENTLY TI10 Miracloof Jlarkliam" in lS9?,a'id Dainty little boleros of Brussels and Iliclimond.fcpejit Saturday week with For Clirist and the Church" in 1899. Renaissance lnco appear upon some im- Mrs. Rebecca Moran. Although .Mr. Sheldon has written a ored people. Millions Given Aw-- y. The story "Tho Re ported oveuing gowns. Mr. M. L. Kilgore, tho polite and dozen books, he is known best as the demption of Freetown" Is the story of Artificial flowers o,f tho very best obliging littlo bfileinan representing ey It is certainly gratifying to the pub auy THE GENUINE-MAN'author of "In His Steps." The work tho work among the negroes. Through lie to know of one concern in tho land qualify arc much in demand for trim B8lknap Bros'., in Louisvillo, was in was nut copyrighted in England, and his efforts a kindergarten was estab who are not afraid to Uo generous to ming elaborato afternoon and evening our midst last week. weiity publishing: houses there are lished in connection with his church, the needy and suffering. The proprie gowns. ovjisvr. Tho Chrysanthemum show giveu by still issuing editions. It iias been trans and the kindergartens aro fostered by A fashionabln ornament for the hair the ladies of the old Paint Lick church roa iu criu wkiosist, rati sot riicsmt. tors ot Dr. King's New Discovery for lated into French, German, Russian an association. JanS-l- y Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have with an evening costume is a single was a pronounced, success in every A Rubber Tire Factory Here. Italian, Armenian, Snedish, Norweg- When asked if "In His Steps" was given awav over ten millions trial bot- - flower, combined with two loops and a way. The greater part of the hand- Spanish and dialects of Western founded upon facts, Mr. Sheldon says: tIep of tl53 great medicine Mr. S. L. MidkifT has installed the in, and have twist of white tulle. ssoine flowers were sold, and tho neat first and only plant in the county for From tho editions in the 'The story 'In His Steps,' when writ- Afiica. t,e satisfaction of knowing it has abso Evki.xn Oakli:. bUin of $40 was realized. United States, which sells as low as 15 ten, was pur-lthe construction and repair of rubber iinaginnry. l Knew oi jlUey cureti thousands of hopeless cents a copy, Mr. Sheldon's income b no such places or characters in exist- Hylor's Dyspepscia Tablets, pleasant. tires for vehicles, afid is turning out Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarso- reestimated at $500 per month factory work at less than factory prices. ence. It was not founded upon .acts, ness aml a)l ,jiseaso 0f the Throat easy to take, nnd give lormanent SO days treatment. $1. Mailed Wo examined his woik and found it Mr. Sheldon is by nature of retiring but it was written with a desire mat chest and Lungs are surely cured.by lief. man, and alinostdreads notoriety. He the imaginary might become real, since on receipt of price. equal to any in service. He will be & ThomasDruggist Call on Perry Mukdock Cor.E Co , will not talk for publication and never the story was written 1 have neara oi gucces pleased to exhibit his own factorv work sors to W. G. White and get a Atlanta, Ga. breaks that rule. lie has had flatter several characters who are very nearly trjai nov29 lv and quote prices. He puts rubber tiies bottle free, resrular Bize 50c and SI. on old wheels nnd the life of tho ing oilers to enter the lecture field, but like those in the book Every bottle guaranteed, or price ro. General Shatter, whose ficasco in vehicle is piolonged so that twice their refuses them all, preferring to accept Mr. Sheldon is married and has one funded. 3 Cuba a year ago, made him the laughing cost li saved, not to mention tile rum-foinvitations to lecture before religions child, a boy. His homo is a neat cot stock of two continents, has just won oel25-l- f derived. Is ThisJJur Mills? A tage on College Hill. Most of his writ societies without remuneration. new distinction by Ills censorship at Allinnco Convention, Pentecostal Comnel von to trade with us writer for an Eastern religious paper i ng Is dono in the study of his church. x This telegram from Eminence, Ky San Francii,co. A corps commander 1899. Nashvilio, Tenn., Nov. when 3rou give us a trial telegraphed him as follows: One of his ideas is for a Christian in Monday's Courier Journal, has some who has not tho pluck to get nearer National Convention Woman's and Patron am coming to Topeka to stay a newspaper to be managed on a Chris- - of tho 'I of a former citizen oi than five miles of the firing line, needs 5! Y. W. C Assoeiation. Memphis, Tenn week to treat fullv of your methods tian basis. At the meeting of the Chris- - this place, Mr. H. C. Mills, an n censoring j'ust above the shoulders. 1899. Nov. and motives in writing and the work tian Endeavor! Societv in Detroit he federate, and who claimed while here Insure your dwellings, barns and all other of your church in dotall. The article asked tho meeting to subscribe $1,000.- - in the g J. D. Bridces. Editor "Democrat," Annual Conferences Alabama M. E. property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compatho trade, to be ny, of Lexington, Ky., a home institution. will be syndicated and will be printed 000 to be used in establishing a tnor- - heir 0f a great fortune. " It may not bo Lancaster. N. IL.says: "One Minute Church, Birmingham, (Pratt ,City,) Gives protection against Fire, Lightning and 3 aaft and The in nearly every paper in the country, oughly Christian daily newspaper in the same Mills, but the initials, name. Cough Curo is the best remedy for Ala., December (From Tornado. for the cheapest of ourmost reliable 1899. ly-"- -" 1 county now company people ever used." immediately re I Mr. Sheldon replied immediately as Chicago. Ho believes vhat the time etc., are strangelv similar. Mills left crotin and cures coughs, colds, croup, points in Tennossoe only. operating in the state, and get; cheaper ever lieves year as long as you continue in the company follows: will come when his dream will bo a here for Irvine, thence Midway, his asthma, rmeumonia, bronchitis, grippe For further information call on thei- - agent Grange, Patrons of Husban and collector, S. It. B. BLACK, Attorney-at-LaIt National "You need not come, I will not talk reality. lirst wife's old home, where, we hear and all throiit and lung troubles. and dry, Springfield, Ohio.Novcuiber ltichmond. Ky , office on Main Street, Perry prevents consumption. to you. I have some rights which you opposite Court House, next door to State Bank she died about two years ago. 1898. Thomas. & Trust Co., second floor. are hound to respect." Ked Hot I'rom The Gun J. II. TARTER, Pres. Annual Meeting Southern Surgical "When told that tho people who read General Wheeler writes from the tas the ball that hiPG. B.Steadman II. C. Mills, an C. C. BOSWORTH. Sec'y. aud Gynecological Association, New may2t-l- y and about the his books would bo 1S99. The ladies cannot be decehed author, he said: like to knowmere idle nf Xmvnrk. Mich., ill the Civil War. It cousin ot the late beucral John n, Philippines that he will Tho home to Orleans, La., December jealousy "That is no treatin Congress. horrible Ulcers Morgan, was married this week at take bis seat by catchy phrases nor ciiriositv. I do not wish to be talked causedhrdnod for 20 years.that American Live Stock Association, mpnr Then liuck- - Pleasurevillo at the home of the Rev. of General Otis has apparently dorived 1899. All ibout, or to have my church work len's Arnica Salve cured' him. Cures, bombastic claims. opportuni- Chicago, Illinois, November leader of the P. Strother, to Miss Lettie Stoy. It this brave old say is, we buy talked about. The message I have for Cuts, Hrnises, Burns, Boils, Felons J. understood that Mrs. Mills comes ty ho has sought to subdue the enimtes Annual Conference C M. E. Church. we have to is people among whom I live give of Ills country, but nono the less, his Memphis, Tennessee. December in the best markets of these sermons. The message II have Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure into a fortune of SS0.000 this week. in my thousands of friends in the Uuited 1899. (From pofnts in Tennessee.) box. Cure guaran 25 cts. a Urn world, select the la for the woild at large I give in my on earth. by Perry & Thomas, Di ng teed. Sold Y'ou never know what form of blood States know his worth and esteem him Tho mental gymnastics indulged in 3 UUU IVO. poison will follow constipation. Keep highly. test goods, and when you Iwii.tru r l.t..i Kiilliitirr ...I'll. tg DU gibts. I.I.U .IU,t.,.. limn. .V .lit the liver clean by using UeWitt s Lit by John Sherman in order to reconcile you have Although lie avoids notoriety, tie is bur vou know years his views with his congratulations on "I had dyspepsia ltfty-scve- n willing to speak when an opportunity WISE WORDS TO ALL KINDS OF DEMO- - tle Earv Risers and you will avoid trouble. They are famous little pills and never found permanent relief till I the election in Ohio, rival this statesIt artificially digests tho food and aids the latest, of CRATS. presents itself to further the cause Nature in strengthening and reconfor constipatio'n and liver and bowel used Kociol Dyspepsia Cure. .Now I goods. Id that what 3011 leliidon or humanity. He believes in am well and feel like a new man," man's many straddles on tho currency structing the exhausted digestive ortroubles. 1'errv te Thomas. gans. It "s the latest discovered digest-antin- d IFrenchburg Agitator. wiites S. J. Fleming, Murray, Neb. question. trade with municipal ownership of public utilities, want? known. Cures tonic No other preparation mid has htudied the suhji-c- t at homo Once more tho sapient Otis and the It.is the best diges-tau-t Three defeats out of four elections nlifonns indigestion. Physiciansevery-wber- e Lost, straved or stolen, a President, a can approach it in efficiency. It inand abroad, lie alhhat'es with no po should teach the Democrats of litis indefatigable Wheaton have been foil it. Perry & Thomas. prescribe stantly relieves and permanently cures Cabinet and',. the National capital. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, litical prirty, but in local campaigns. State a lesson. There is no doubt that ed by Agulnaldo. At the present rate Agtiinaldo lias had no op- When last hoard from was' in the Phil- Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, by a of progress peace will be established when this point was in question, lie Ivpntiic-kis a Democratic State lias made speeches in favur of public good big majority, yet at the present in the Philippines about the same time portunity for a jollification. He must ippines. Any information a to where- SickHcadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all otherresultsof imperfectdigestion. Ho believes that water. time it looks as if they had gone down the discovery is made of the identity of find his amusement in playing; hit'e abouts should bo addressed to Atkinownership. Prepared by E. C. DcWItt &Co Chicago. son, Hoar & Co., Boston, Mass.,U. S. A. and seek with Otis' troops. heat and light plants, together with in defeat again. The lesson to be the man who struck Billy Patterson For sale bylPerry & Thomas. stieet car lines, sh u'.d he operated by learned is that there must be a majority cities. rule within the paity; that the time Uhhrlfs M. Mieliinn was born in lias passed when they will support tho Wells. il'e, N. Y., anil is 41 years olage. nominee whether his nomination is ob Kev. Stewart Sheldon, his father moved tained by questionable methods or not to Dakota while Charles iviW a hoy Ah bronder political idPastake posses tin! wax aeu vely ni:agel in mission siou of Democrats the mnrti independ ;i v uurk uniting the India s. The ent of party lines they become (neither ytiuiig uiatin early education Was re-- i broad nor other kiud of ideas have jet oeiyed in tho country school. Later struck, hard at tho door of the Republi he was giii'liuitrd from 1'liiilips Acad- - can party, anil oi course they noid k poil'ci-neinv, mown university nun the All "ctheri. mid unless tho-ium Theological Seminary. After hit- - whores; ectnot tho willtif the plain pco graduation ho went to where i)l oraso to trv to lead the parlv we , rO ( he spent several mouths studying the are doomed to ettrnal defeat. The very poorer classes in London and Glasgow. fact that a man is a Deimcrat is prima He hcrame pastor ot his first chuich at facia evidence that he has thought rim Waterbury, Vt., upon liisreturn.andiu more or less, and is in u greater or less 1SSS accepted a call to the pulpit of the degree informed on political economy. Central Congregational church in andvthat very superiority of intellect in makes him spurn tho crack of the par CO At one time he requested his congre tv bosses' whip. -- i gation to excuse linn from parish work, The. election is over.and It is the love Try LI0N C0FpEE and you will never use .. ,x ... ! Accept no Substitute f ud was seen only at church services. oi the urinrinies oi ijeiiiocrui-- mm any other. It is absolutely pure tTtvt XVis spveral mouths he studied tiie dif compels me to say tlu-sFor painful, vet on LION COFFEE, m 1 lb. pkgs. Coffee and nothins but of wage tJ.riieisin a novel wh detome truths. Defeat in this lu ferent cla-i-fluttering any one, hecluu-ue- stance should chasten and unify the manner.' Unknown to and (JciiC the gnil of a laborer, secured a nariv. The Louisville convention was Alarm Clock. Job Work. j.b" and wont to. work, lie worked not as bad as tt a generally heiiev'-tas a mceiiauit'ri helper in the raiirn.id bu it was bad enough to defeat the exchange for lion heads cut from shops and spent some time on the joud lomiiiees.Cau the party afford l i rep at """n Sx COFFEE pkgs. lb. front 1 with the trainmen. Ho mingled, wjih lie experiment? Regarding the elee the lawyers and doctors, ant' dually tion franchise, the most sacred jiosr.is' . g OfcQ Washburn College at Topeka as sion of tho American citizen, I have m S Gold Collar Button. a student. He joined tiio scholars in right nor no desire to question the vottMoiled free for 5 Hon heads cut fro ra Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 cent stamp. Mode athletic games and literary societies. or mo'ive oi any man woo voicn, of rolled gold and with His special held of labor was later ill whether he voted for Taylor, Gocbcl or back ; Eultable alike for ladies and gentle men. TUls shape Is handy and lopular. the negro quarter of Brown . That i bis business entirtly i'opeka. And I know that there am those who 5ent by express, prepaid, for 80 lion heads and Too result of his work is most notici- - voted against Gtobil who love the Daisy Neck-Pi- n l to Thus. AM pa tics iel-- t E. Glb-octamp. Wlien ordering cither clock, n dec'' ., ur icqu: !) to citl itn I set I leal ontc it,n 111 tin negro tpi.rttr. The aids, principles of Democracy as well as any le:iso name your nearest Express Office, if then, STRENGTH, PURITY AND FLAVOI Genuine ititd ail ptrtt 'ttinu- ci 'itn u.i.ki s.ui ue no express office located in your town. ctriMMl will ilr ki.ih-ih tlu undersicned nice litlert-and unsightly, li ive been man can. I cluue the regular ticket to and Gold. pro, ur v ver a 11. miur iiriary 1, 19 0 r.uibiormed into gmlciis and flower vote for because. 1 believed that it '1 Of HIIIC Will .,t; 1)1 For 1 8 lion heads and ; V (UNSUNG Admr. Ladles' Scissors. Stylish Belt-Buckstamp. Tho JA Box of Colored Crayons. n beds 1'rlr.t s were otlci'ed ior the hesjt was host for thu party. Others took it.v4-l- t t'UDA tiU.&OX, Admrx actual size. Illustration Is only Handsomely Hon heads ..For 10 Color a delicate pink, with jeweTsJtting kt p. iioiibys neatest yards, m fct thrifty the opposite iew of the in..tter. Now and a 2c stamp. and gold trimmings. Best enamel finish, with Roman t mines, anil tho change lias ueeii won- - what nil Democrats should do is to ob stylhih and durable. Fine wax crayons, finish, and sctj fifteen dillircnt " with ruby ih'rrul A flee leailiug room and kin literate uiitiitJTy this campaign from the colors, accom colored Jewel fur tllo roi u'u uiory. drop all unkind thoughts and dergartou weie panied witn outIn the center. line pictures for "The fcion's Bride." This will be J coloring. Each bitterness ami finite against the com welcomed for "drcsscd-up- " occasions by cravoii is wrn pi d the ladies who liko to wear different A Hindoo believing in the tranm'i-r- a moil foe in the luxt battle. This wlthstrongrwpcr, goes well colored sashes. The Length, five inches, suitable for ratting, to prevent tion of souls, .N iiiitv of the. p ii ty is foolish with any of them, ulven far 20 lion trimming nnd general household u.e. stamp. ate no auiuial neNtiiiid the heads and a Given for 12 lion heads and a 2cstrnp. pf din of because sf?r,rz- - ! V food,tlestroi-iii-f Wo need all of the tvotespolitical bile we tan get. in fit iAS.U. Aw.. Ladies' Apron. .. " o Child's Drawing Book. t lie p.rly iiiachineiy w ftiuvx even a worm Tho-,- ) iii ehin-geo- i Razor. Made of good )' A collection iti f quality lawn, with iiuijik vrz. should adopt sucli ruics as wid insure to lie of nice outlino alternate revering C. straying Uic pictures bound ami iiutramliieiied i s and tucks; broad Into book form body occupied the peop ea fair hem at bottom, and maj- ritv. with sheets of by an ances iiriWioii of the will of the is neatly gathered tissue paper beIV3EM Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cut from at waist; a very tor. A traveler ii. olhi r calihe Is uu-- I !ellliM.t..e J tween tho Lion Coffee wrappers and a supcriorand stylish I"rrpch Trmf 7 ts wl'hln rrry T"io leaves. On these coming upon k u I olil iiiany tntlel' PXix'il- lii'i'h article. Size; 36x40 An unusually fine picture, from the brush Given for 35 lion heads and a tirsue pages tho iitiv ft', 'i rr- rrm jtiwrrli::: Iff qevj. y.ryAluyi r -r i. - 'llPnlsct.btia of the noted German artist, Gabriel Jinx. Inches. razor, mode of bc&t alamp. A the Brahmin now iiiiid il In i Know liiill you iiiell j.:m1 cnuarcn can poem, "The It is founded on Chamisso's English steel, and extra taking his veg t Jr:' zr?. VocTiirnira r -r- fteiriC-r Given for 20 lion trace the pictures beneath, thus aflordliisr Lioa's Bride." The story is interesting, : r:r r and yi heads and a crd ( ltlllra enjoyment, as well as instruction to tho etable meal. tiio majo.iiv in the fl lr cola t!i ir rt-- t ; ? lvlnr. ItC'soro i e and we send with each picture a stomp. ri:: recover t!i'-!hand and eye. These drawing books and folder, containing copy of the poem told him it was puwenups. It n tiiint-- s a puttn g ;iaii c fsr Irailnw, rt:tlv mii it!:1 i r'GHKCHJ Rubber Dressing: Comb. the box of crayons go very well together. 15x26 inches. nnd telling all about It Size, impossible to t)f the natural inrtuicm ol inimln od aim It tho tfrrini rr?r rc 1 h C::: roi'.- -. There ard six different kinds, and each Ca bo crictl in rr t. Tij mail $1 0 avoid destruc Fruit Picture. drawing book requires 6 lion heads and "a to submit ti perl, --..ot dttrrf-.-I ( r1-no- UocV fjl7 r te1 stamp. tion of animal the voi.-- of t I'll ro" t-- mr It '.Veta enrc. Ami kin'wiug ji.j-- , lie u Dorothy and Her Friends." Circular free. Ailit.i.63 Uio A:::rr ran oCcuot J life and, to the muioritv. For 10 lion heads and a stsmp. prove it, to- an enemy to Ins pnrti wlm ill not (! Length, 7 inches, full size and weight. Naval Box Kite. C3R5T-CO., cused a microHade nf genuine India rubber, finely A bright, all in his power to bring about a hinic finished. Aiirnpriat for a ladies' dressingscope on the Sec it Fly 1 roi 4'e by P. rry V I lio.i-iit i w -case cheery picture. or for use in the household. fruit the Brah of aifaira iii.i. uul Itl'thti.iu j ml) rule The celeAnd he is uora imit min was eating. That pious person drew unq ie li. 'in tl brated box Fbr S Hon heads kite now so back horrified at the living forms hesaw. who can not yield when will. and a 2c stasp. Game India." popular. What did he db I Throw away the fruit ? the iniuoiiix. Thirty inches -A tiright, cheery Similar to "Par- long and Not he! lie smashed the microscope picture, chesi." nhich has comes safely Si'e. 1Ci21 inches. Given for 8 tion anu went on with his meal. been played in east-cheads-anfolded, but stamp. a hiGrippe, with it.i after effects, ai.with her countries tinre There are people who are suffering can quickly her rabbits. before the dawn of with weaktlungs. They have an obsti nu ily oesiroys thousands qf people- It be spread-thistory. The illusThe predominating-colorot fly. Every Clothes Line. bu quickly emeu by One Minute nate cough, are weak, emaciated, hope ma.' are rich reds tration Miows plan American boj and grccnii Size, of tho game, with less. They have been taught there's no Co mh Cure, the only remedy that Given for IS wants one, 11x23 inches. usual counters, dice pro lucts immediate r ults in coughs, lion heads and hope for them. Some one puts intcrtheir and older SALOON PARLOR acand a persons nlso For 10 lion heads hands one ot Dr. Pierce's books or ad cold', croup, bioncuitis, pueiinioiuaJ companying it. A stamp vt and Hade of closely arc Interested iung trouhles. It will IN TOWN. WHEN rame widen nconlc will msll It tinned, vertisements and through this medium and ihioat and braided cotton Halted free for 40 Hon heads cut from ! never tire of Playing. Given for 20 Hon raadj far hanslag. Perry aud threads, strong, and will give tho best of they see healthy, happy men and women, prevent co'iisuinpiioii. Lion Coffjc wrappers and a stamp. heads and a ctanp. satisfaction.- who declare that their lungs had been Thorn c. weak, they had been racked by coughs, s-Tec. i. the Tiint had been emaciated, feeble, hopeles3, Coolest and most refreshing and were positively and permanently Spaniardswns abutupint jil uii'Mnge sent Every you buy pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. In Madrid of drinks that can be found cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical to Premier Sa'ist nry.jitter learning of overlook ! You have bought portidn of some to in the city are dispensed Discovery. These cures can be numbered the capture f the Uioncesters aud tin by scores of thousands. be selected by you from our new Premium Lists 1 np-t- o , .late and accommolit Are you sick? Will yon .throw aside Dublin Fusiliers hv the I!ot-rsTHE ABOVB ARE ONLTA FEW OF TUB LION COFFEE PREMIUMS. Another list will dating clerks. the advertisement, break the microscope, which the Dons said: "Upon the oc SUK MOT sbortly appear In this paper t Don't rcltsltt The grandest Hst of premiums ever offered t or will you make one effort for health ? castou of this di.taster thedcad nations QtBuloe Saratoga Water Kept on Tap. 'Whea writing for preatHiffis send year letter In tke same cnvilope or Write to Dr. R V. Pierce, at Buffalo, Baltlteiotl." This isa rase of "c liirk- package with the He heads. H more than 1 3 Ilea hatia are sent, you enn N. Y There is np charge for consultaYou alwnj-- know LION COFFEE by tho wrapper. R t a seated pack-pu- re jaye postage by trimming dawa the margin. Aak; year grocer for large tion by letter. You'll get a prompt enb enining honif to roost'' w"t'i aAen illustrated pranritMu Int. Address all inters to the age, with tn Ktm' Hcaa In front. It ts absolutely if the Mcka'za l th it thotii I the day It IcavM the factory. i answer, with fatherly sympathy and Kcuce, ilncultwili berii-allLMf COFFEE WOOLSON SPfO CO., ToimOo, Ohio. . Second St. - iliedical skill combined. Phone 3. , feat of Ttrnl at SiuitMgo lend.-There k so aloehol, or other ttjmiU&t isbury umd-- aa luldi.ese lu which Jit I I "GeJdwt Mdkal Mecoytiry,1' MOEMOJO), XK American Press Association so RTatefnl to you for what Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me that I feel as though. 1 must tell about it. A year ago I was Wmttkl taken very sick. Doc tors could do Try me no good only Pimkhmm's to deaden the If- -f MM pain which I had almost conThmy Only 'lam ly Sure Mrs. if Says nfrs - Acts gently on the DIMEYS, if and Bowels ss good-nature- At a meeting of tho officers ol the Silver Creek Church. Whites Station, the following resolutions' were piesent-e- d and adopted: Wuebbas, "It hath pleased God to call from our midst, and from his labors hore, to his reward up yonder, our friend and brother and esteemed officer of the church, D. C. "Walker. Be it Jteo.'vtd,-1st That we bow with sadness to tho decrees of Him who doeth all things well, recofiizing in this soro nflllction laid up church and friends, that the wisdom of God is indeed mysterious. Resohcd. 2nd That wo benr record his ot his iiohlo. Vhrisiiap char-ieter- , faith was a liviijgmp, shining oir as it did in his every day life, in his deeds and in his character. Ho wns strong for truth and light, gentle and ryuipit thizing. Ii volred, S.il That we iiiourri his loss to the stricken fami y our heart felt sympathy in this Imur of sorrow an 3 comTnit unto Him, who is the source of all comfort, and who drives awav all tears Rcsohnl, 4th Tlrat aTcopy of those resolutions be sent to tho bereaved family, that they he read from the pul pit, and sent to the Christian Observer and Richmond Climax. R. J, Potts, Clerk of Session, "Whites Station, Ky., Oct. 31, 1S99, . and-exte- Much Bkilled handiwork chiefly cost ly embroidery appears upon 'stylish PLEASE TRY . 2c ALL DRUGGISTS. d I n BQQV TO M A NKIND UCKEYE PILE "V P - Tl R r i 1 (auhrniaTgcSyrvp(2. A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL . EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents; Bottles, 50 cents. JAMES anc Our ooas F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. y For sale bv PERRY & THOMAS, Druists. " -- AND Our prices -- mi 1S-2- 5, &CRESCE ROUTE 23-2- rt ear-mar- ex-Co- lie niw shoe-makin- mm ery sl sfc Pittsburg Centra! Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. 2, 15-2- 1, M1LLS-STO- Y. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. 5-- 7, - BpsT Distributing Point East op Indianapolis for I,i more, Washington, Philadelphia, New York and Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and 21-2- 1, Kodol Eastern markets. other kinds of stock. Consigmrients for Commission firms given groraptatt-'i't- 1 .A. Dyspepsia Digests what you eat. Cure Simon O'Donnell, General Manager. PEIVATS HOUSE SALES E7EHT v7ESSDAT. tin-to-da- te If s, lad ison onumenta I Works 1863. 13STABLTSI1LD WhitR Gibson JAMES T. HAMILTON, Phophietoi;. -- 135- Monuments, Tombs, Eeadstones, Statuary and Foreign ?r,.i American" Marble and Granite. EfQNOMm RAISES FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Those who are fontopjpjlatinjr lmy tnjr jWnrhlo, Griinitt', or any I. Cemetery AVork, will iiptl it, to their interest to call at the ohl sihikI in t n of th M. li. Church on Irvino Street, where they will fiml coiiPtaiili.v i: it liirp stock of fiiitahcti vvotkto select from, at prices to suit nilfl:.--buyer- s AV. G. (iOUOHEU. one, t,r ihehfut uorinen in Kentucky, is in charge of our esUilifislimi'iit mi.i thin inanits KatisfHc:-- i tligtan-l. kIioiiM wrflu to in iir flver.y phnse. I'arties livini; at a which will bo furnishctl on application. h X o gJlic. Kiif-lau- fr . X3 YOUH TATRONAGE SOLICITED- .- JM7VtES T. HAMILTON, v'i 4 Proprie (f ... Use8 in Millions of Homes! P Best Coffee for the Money! W e ex Insist Mm. Vj ns y d i mherticlee ofi HON -mother-of-pea- 1 1 1 11 I en-ter- r WflliM? f'naelk!0 pW PM O 3 WeSgT Ntjiici la Creditors r Teniu-sieetowu,- Hard-Enam- el le. two-thir- gold-plate- DEGENCRA 8 "OR WEAK gold-finis- h 'le.-iiliii- . Tt 1 r -- -- miQ - t3i3: '' p - first-clas- s hollow-groun- 1 haml-Fom- ft MfvM Hot Blast PeoiusolHr. Duablc Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment. SMOKE CONSHMINa PARLOR FURNACE feed door iuto perforatdl men into lire, suilnjtncair inn oi uKsruuna 1 this way nrodacC8 perfect combustion and & prent niivlnf? of fuLl. rinff also Protects bottom of radiator from Hlrwt ar.ttm,nr lira and TP'- -. e coii-cici.- cn Tri r uhet-rlull- pnes through reRiter in henvilv guarded wp neavy nrepgc, nsures its dnrabilltr. 0 tS "0 4m Jy - chick-cnsan- tl 50-Fb- dice-cup- s 0 K POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector rin; between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing, forcing the intense heat from lower section of .Stove down to tho floor where most required. j. , , WILL HEAT ROOM By attaching pipe 1 Double Heater Collar and extending to register Jn floor above. If not used in that way, heat is distributed to all parts of room and opening can be utilized as a tea kcttlo attachment in addition to griddle 1 f UU1C IUJI. time Don't a it a certain article FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit aro valve seated, fitted until absoluclr air tizht and Warranted to remain so. Thov are mnun't-- on heavy, quiet acting screws, working in a detachable yoke, and when opening screw In, not out, preventing breakage in uso. Call at the CASH HARDWARE UOUSE of Di-o- PORTANT ICE. Vlio will be glad to fhowyou this stovo is we'll as a full lino of other crs and cooktoves, uratea. e:c. ht-at- ' e melil-ljmfA. MfiA. y " ' Iid'ul 1 ff fff f ff f ff ff fff f f fff ffffffff Wii WCLA. r.". i iLi . MU iii iji. . jc it.-- i.