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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): December 13, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899121301_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): December 13, 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. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 26. n RICHMOND, MADISON DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KEPAiniNQ AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHES A BriSUIAliTY. COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1899. r7tssHh NUMBER 28. a Jelled. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNT CLERK. 7 6c&ty Al! oAianAutntivrr roruountr Wo are mi thnrl t.iI tn iinitntitiM Atlrtrr Clerk, gucjeet Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. $42 WUItTII OP PRESENTS For Rent! Choice of three good office rooms.over Douglas & Simmons' hardm Not only cures, but keeps well. Is sold by an organized company of reGRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. sponsible btisiucss men and has of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country. We speak of that wonderful Instrument, Elcctropoiso, and ask your enreful examination into the cures it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nunally, of tho Inter-OceaChicago, writes: EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL "Nearly threo years experience with Electropoise only confirms tha truth to! -- ESTATE AND COLLEC- -' your claims. I eay my friends that: this instilment Is a most VronderM inTION AGENCY. vention, and t wotild hot part wilhj mine If I could get another." Se'ntJ - Manager. R. LIT DAVIS, address for our book gives letters frornj people who have been cured by EleciFarte. Mineral and Timber tropoise. ELECTROPOISE CO., 513 J..ands bought and sold Fourth Avenue, Lovisville, fey. ' ware store, Main St. Also verr desirable eight-rooresidence, with modern conveniences. wo are giving away watches, blcvcleo, sewing ma chines, guns, &c. &c to introduce our paper, PASTIME, a high-clas- s illustrat ed family paper of from 16 to 32 large pages; Ul to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories, Literature Art, Humor Letters r. of Travel in Foriegn Lands, &c. &c. And all you have to do toet $42 worth FOR ASSESSOR. of presents is to Ret 20 subscribers at We are authorized to ariAnnnrr .triR nr. ri 10c ench. Send 10c in stamps for full Kit a candidate tor Assessor of Madison county subject to the action ol the Demoparticulars, long list of presents and ll cratic party. our paper, PASTIME, for 0 months. We aro authorized announce Address THE PASTIME Co., Louis BAKER a candidate forto Assessor of JAS. T.. Madison . n toTMc worm of work, ;We are anthorbed to announce C. it. RAY. BURN a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to mnonnm n n ttcvir a candidate lor county Clerk subject to the anion 01 ;ne Democratic party. We are authorized in an MILLER & CflndMit fnr Pnn jCT,. .u uiq atuuD 01 ine Lcmocraiic party. e are authorized tn iniumtin .ipbhk COBB a candidate for County Clerk, subject wu mvuvu u uic ucjuuenue party. roB suEBipr. We arc authorized to innnnncA Jnrrv v WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff nf UiHImt. county subject to the action of the Democratic pariy. We are anthorited to annnnnrji Jnttv w BALLARD, of White Station. ranrtliUti. fnr nenu, suujeci nine anion oi tne Democratic pariy. We are aelhBrlzeit to hnnnnni-ilAtlftw uMim a canumateror tsnerin or ataulson county, subject to the action of the Democratic pariy. We are authorized to utinniinrp tV 11 ttrtrt 1 DUB a candidate rorHherlff At Millnn-nnht- ouijcti. iu me aciiLa oi me uemocratic party. Delicious Hot Biscuit are made with Royal Baking Pow- t D 11 I the (UiriiiK erate cabinet of tho great movement whereby Grant and Sherman were to cooperate in crushing tne Confederacy, How tho attempt failed and why it failed are the subjects of a chapter of n history of the Secret the Service. Mr. Harris has his facts first hand, and he has woven them inton stnry of such absorbing interest that it might easily be Jaken for pure flc tion. The Christmas number of the Post will be on all news-stanDeceniber2I little-know- V TO NERVOUS, WEAK, FURNITURE. 1' rtuta i n gNO CURE-N- O PAY MRTUOD TREATMENT. 1A.1 original with Drs. will nofi. j 41 vel euro forever nny form of lllooU or ISeiusI Ulscafo. it is ttao remit ot it years' cxpcrlcnco ia tho treatment of TnH NEW taete ultcatc;. 3 WE CURE SYPHILIS E remedy culds. ''One Minute Cough Cure ville, Ky. A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. county subject tt the action of the Democratic party. Wo are anthorlzed to announce OEOnnR NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic pany. uemocrauc party. We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN, of the Glade District, a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. DEATHERAOB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject to the action of the We are authorized to announce fl. W. We are anthorlzed to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison j county, subject to the action of the Democratic i We are anthorlzed to aVincn'nce PETER Cl PARRISIt a candidate, for Jailer ofMadlson tonnty, snD5cct to tnectSo4 Of tte Democratic pariy. v n .. H'e are itAhoriie'd 'tq.innqnnce JACK; ROSS acatididale t$T Jailer of Madison count,-,tfo- r 6ne term it)y. "subject to the action of the) ! uemocraucpany. , . We areitAthortzed.'to annoimce n , , , F VJ.''PER- - .r P.,; aQtloh.otihe Jrmnrratlc partyr der, and are the most appetizing, healthful and nutritious of foods. Hot biscuit made with impure and adulterated baking powder are neither appetizing nor wholesome. It all depends upon the baking powder; TafeS eWiSjjr cai to liave your biSctiffi mfe Mfe iloyal, which is ifflre S?elSi ortartar baking powder, rf you would avoid indigestion. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. cough. N. Williams, Gentrrville, In 3. Never fails. It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results. Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu monia, bronchitis and an tuioat anil uug tronbles. its eariv use prevents consumption, l'erry & Thomas. NO, EXCUSE NOW. ever used is unequalled for whooping UlnlUren all like it," writes II It i the best lor coughs and is n I This torriblo 1'lood Poison, the terror of mankind, yields readily tu onr XVA J ( TIlb'ATMENT. Ilewaiq ot JlcrcuryJ cic. iDcymsy ruinj-ou- r ir.ieui. ; If you hare pores in tho mouth or tonffco. t pains in tho joinls, toro throat, hair r j eyebrows falling out.piiaplctfcr Llolcho', I rlomarn derangement, soro eyes, run u-- p nebe, etc., you hat o tho rrcondary stage ( of this Wool l'oifon. Wo solicit tho p mo.t obstinato catcf, nnd chillengo thee world for nenrowo scccit for treatment and cannot ccic. liy our treatmcnttho r Ulcers heal, tho hair crotri nicain. pains : rtirappear, tho mn ueeomes ncaitny, ana Our Prices Help You CURES GUARANTEED Thourandsof younit ami middle-icmen liavo their vur nnd italily rapjieil uy cany injure;, laier oxccssen, meut&i ed l parts lo a normalcondi-tion- . Ambition, lifo nnd cuciey are renewed, and ono feels him-el- t a mau amonftmen. Every enfo i treated individually no enrc-a- ll hen en our wonderful success. No matter what ails yon, conralt lis confidentially. Wo can fur-ni.- h hank Imnds to cuarantce to nccom-plU- h what no claim. worry, tic. io matter tho cuirc, our Xevr Method Treatment is tho refuse. 8WECUREIMP0TENCY Andrc-tororl- fGeorgetown Times. The Democrats who refused to sup port the State ticket nominated at Louisville because of irregularity in the proceedings and tho charge of glaring frauds on tho part of one of the candidates for Governor and his managers can not offer this as an excuse for not supporting Mr. Gayle for Congress. Everything was fair and Equate in con- ection with the Convention which nominated him, and if there was not an untrammeled expression of popular opinion on the subject it would be very difficult to secure such an expression at any time or in aur place. To Care Make our values your standard, Bp liil you will find every day needs at every day gla 1 250,000 AVe CUREP EMISSION.. (rent nnd euro: RTHIOTL'KK, IMl'OTEXOV. ISKC.'IiE'iV lltC-rtT'XT l.l't.ll 1 I I ,Vl. 1 I i. N I . il 1 1 II A If JMCiaiAAII- - t ES. KIDNEY ami HiailPER lica1e-- . CONStl.TA'llOX FllEK. HOOKS FREE If unsblo lo call, wnlo f.rr for 110JIE 1ILAXK lOrESTIOX IJ 1l I THEATjIEXT. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI, O. m a Cold iu One Day ATISFACT Is our aim, the goods behind our promise is our livingWitnesSi - fflRS. AA ADDpE ftADE W.ARIS0s BEF0RETHE THIRD AN. DIVI- Take Laxative T.romo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c E. W. Grove's sig ELECTION oct25-Cnature is on each box, A bkautifuIj supplement with eight handsome illustrations of the Kentucky House of Reform, was issued on Friday by the Stanford Interior Journal, whose editor Is one of tho Board having in charge the. founding aud erection of this Institution for the re form of "yo'ntliful prisoners. Of their work Mr. Walton forcefully says": "No more, let ns hope, will children he confined Within tile giobiny Walls of the penitehtary, but under 'careful training and wise counsel al the reformatory, mav thoy be transformed into good and useful citizens, who will be.an honor to the State that has rescued them." Our first impulse was to ask Gov. Bradley to furnish thcsesupplements to all the State papers for free distribu tion, and we suggest this to the Board a good way to disseminate knowl edge of this humane and benevolent institution. The labor of love of noble men and women composing tho Board bos been crowded with success. Their names should be inscribed beneath the Governor's on a tablet in tho administration building. , ' on commission. sept 27-l- fJlJAL MEETIVG OF THE KY. DR. feMfiWELi'S Accounts in "and out of the NYRUP wCURES CONSTIPATION Cily ftafcen for Collection. -- PEPSI N ' SION OF THE DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, AT RICHMOND, KY. . WV., or call "jWtictilars, OtftVE-Itoom, ou me for farther Moberley Builr- - Dr. R. Goldstein, A N6. O, Ky. CARDS-. $ The Optic Specialist, Fbarth ATenue, Louisville, will be ftlie Qlyndon Uotcl, Richmond, tfr't at rrtOFCSStONAL. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, returning one day each month. Eyes examined and glasses scientifically adjusted. R. E. ROBERTS-XW(JriNHX'-AT-LA- , lVrCftitltfN'B, OfficdTn'JiVirr!ey VjL'iAUH-ER. - KENTUCKY. BaildinB- FOR RENT The residence of the late Stephen B. White on High St. Apply to Attorney-at-TjA- " KlCHMOND, " K!WCIT. next door to ''OfllceintheBurniiniBnlldlnc, feb3-l- y armer's Kal ional Bank. -- John A. Higgins. County Court Days, 1 At SKY AT-Tj- A W, HtfWk op- - Paris, BourborPcounty, first AlonilaV. Uichniond, Majlisou cuuuty, first Mon- jexliiRtoti, KICHMD, - KENTUCKSVlf. 'OfliccofVavlor'H Hardware sjw?, p.iitfOy.Irt Hor.i. nn Maintrcet. Fayette county, Becond Stanfonl, Linooln colinly, Becond Mon day. Oeorgetoft n, Seott countv, third Mon day. ATTORNEY AT f.AW. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Kentucky. f.'WXlMOXD, Nicliolusville. Jessamine county, third 13 Kirnt St. np stairs. 31 30 Monday. 'office No. Winchester, Clark county, fourth J.T&T). M.OHKNAULT, Monday. Verinillea, woodfonl county, fourth ATTORNRYS T Monilav. KUNTUCKY. Rll.IIM.IM, Street, over Ohen-au'tOificH on Searad , V grc'iy. . W. R. LETCHER, Atlontt-(tt-Law- , aififlsojcii, 'ftir..-- . with ''f. CWvnij;tnii .1. AAlitplii-H- Kentucky. Smith. Jr.. over C Lovry, Altoriwy-at-Liuo, RiiiMini:. Tliclioml, Ky. PSTSICIANS. DKS GIBSON, & GIBSON, 0k TIME TRAIN " . PHYSICIAN ASU SOllGEON, Kentucky, RtCHMONo. Itt.lim building, 8 and o Sec ond Street, o.er Wnuc o!d drunnore. OiBce in the Joe y- is accurately told by re;icli our CHAS. HOOKER, I ETEiUXAHY SURGEON, the railroad without hurry. "We are showing a line of COIN SILVEU, GOLD FILLKD, and GOLD WATCHES uarry one anci you can in time Grotludie Ontario Veterinary Cofltye. Veterinary Drtiti.fry'and Sterility a Specially 'over store recently a ecu jpied by Rlcfunond Harness Co., East Main y St . apr7-lee At the recent meeting of the United Dnughers of the Confederacy in Richmond, Va , as we listened to report after report of what the women. and children of the South were doing, one sitting by me exclaimed, "What a Great Organization We Are Getting To Be."-- " When we compare the Kentucky y with its 24 chapters Division and 1075 members Avlth the Kentucky Division two years ago, when it was organized with only five chapters, wo feel constrained to echo that exclamation. One excellent reason for our crowth in our State is before yon in the person of our President it Is to lief ability and devotion to the work that We largely owe our increase during the past yean But even Mrs. Duko would not have availed unless there had been a sentiment abroail in the lrtml which responded to her eltorts. Wtt havto ttl I btttn told that there is no 6uh 'organisation as ours, of tho war, among North ern women, ana nave oeon usKeu, "what mean ye by these gatherings?" The answers to this question are so numerous, that one hardly knows where to begin objects worthy of our highest ellorts crowd on us Jor recog nition. Gen. Gordon in one of his ad- dressess to the Confederate Veterans said that their great annual reunions were unique, because they represented such fidelity to the memories of an un successful past, coupled with such loyaltv to the government against which thev fought. Our meetings are o'f like nature, and it is because our straggle suffered defeat, that the need for such meetings is imperative. Victory vin- icates itself; the successful warrior has the eulogy and the crown. The soldiers of the North need no such gatherings the plaudits ot the people tho pen 0f history, the treasury of the One of tne nattou is at their service. darkest shadows of defeat is. misunder standing and misrepresentation; so one of the objects of our organization is to stand unflinrhingly for the fact tiiat our bravo men fought for what they considered their rights under the Con stitution of the United States. That there is ground for rational difference of opinion then is proved by tho fact that Jefferson and Madison ;construed that Constitution in one way, and Washington and Hamilton in another. Our leaders found therein the doctrine of the right of the States to rule them selves, aud to mako a dignified with drnwal when that right was denied them out opponents construed It on the side of an indivisible central gov ernment. We fought for the principle of for the protection of our names and firesides; that we were lefeated, in no way detracts from the dignity and nobility of our plea. AVe accept the results of the war that the union of the States can never more be dissolved, and that secession is now but a sentiment and a memory. But we do maintain the fact, that our leaders and soldiers were not rebels and traitors, but patriots as pure of purpose as thoso who dreW swords against Knglanil In tlto war that gave u) birth ns it nation) and that tho war of '01 to '63 was cot & war of rebellion agalnBt unquestioned legal authorlty but a War between tho States both sides fighting for What they Uecmed HIS STYLE. have been considering your application for an editorial position," said the managing editor,"and I sent for you y that I might get some idea of your 6tyle." "Just so," replied the bright young man. "Well, you will observe, I am wearing a blue snit, plaink but Well cut. and a brown soft hat: quite the proper thing for this time ol the year- Will I do?" 'I ftobbed the A startling 6i-civ- d; their rights. And We should not only maintain this by speech, and by organized in fluence, but we should do our best to have justice done to the South in tiie histories of the great struggle. I do not suppose that any of us helievo that the true and final history of tho war has been written. . I have my doubts as to whether any actor or interested to the war can writo that history; a certain distance is needed in order to see things in this true per- eye-witne- ichmonn,-Ky- . C. JASPER, M. J). 'felence (the llroHdway. Cnrr piace) Medicine aud Surgery. Ofhco I'mther Building, Main Street. Telephone nt IticiiMONix with Elgin and Walton move ments. These are the finest made and will out last' an ordinaiy life. Prices run from $6 to $75, F. J. YEAGER, No. 23, 2d St. sep$-l- y A Wife Says: "ft - - -- Kentucky. Itjcbmoiid, Ky CL rilYB'OIAK AND .UBOBOM, Richmond. DR. - - - KkntuckY I'ractitiumr iu Mrtlicux mid Surgery, Kkntucky Richmond and residence on Second Street. T.J. TAYLOR, STOGERY. r riKSTIST, --t -- J I it 1 ft .1. tfi Olftce next door t Oorernment iBuilding, to n-- k RIcbmHnd, Ky. omce " nours novl7-ly of Louisville, Kt. HARMONY COMES family purchasing a PIANO. It is a promoter of happinessand joy Constructed on modern prlhciples by skilled workmen and offered at A inod orato figure, it is by far the cheapest and best PIANO sold at .the price. Other Pianos, aeouired ih trade, anil which have been tho'rohghly oV'er1 hauled, at very Sow prices. to a FRED SMITH, DEN i 1ST. orer Collins Orocery. same office l.ltelv ocenpied by Dr. W. W. Burgln. jinl2-l- j Dr Louis H. Landman Ninth fitrpct. clnrlrinatl. Ohio will be at the Hotel ZIramcr, Richmond, Ky., on iir. to K', WEDNESDAY, returning- DEC. 13, 18S9 mn-if- HARDIMG month. mono; nf, ch everr. second Wednesday o. Rsfcrence every pbyslelan cf Slea , H. Gt KENT, Agent-- , t KaEiMt RICHMOND) KY; pective and proportion, it remains The general merchandise! stores of E. for some calm and just writer in the Hamilton and E. R. Beaucliamp, al future to weigh facts, to measure This old world at best is only an an so Beauchamp's residence, were des motives, nnd to make them all iulo a vil and life a sort of Plutonian black troyed by fire In Edmonton. Ky. The narrative North and South will accept smith, that, with varying blows strikes rlgin ol tho fire is unknown. Total as final. us into form. Tho blow that hurts us loss about $15 000, half covered byli -This day should bo a time forcorrect- - moot may shape ua best. surance. ng current errors, and for the gather : . : it takes but a minute to overcomea Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre. Mich., ing of the mass of niatorial that the tickling stop cunning hand shall mould into immor cougli by in the throat and to Cough says, L suiiereii a long time witn Minute the use very tal shape. Many of our members have (jure, lhis remedy quickly cures all dyspepsia; lost ilesli ana became coui- uuro weaK. jvoiioi iysp-psiseen something oi the great drama ol forms ot throat and lung troubles. nletely cured me." It digests what war that was played iu the sixties, and Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre- you eat and cures all furtns of stomach vents consumption A famous specific have felt in their own heartB some- for grippe and its after effects. Periy & trouuie, n never iuiis iu Klve iiiiineui-at-&e relief in the worse cases. Perry thing of the great wave of enthusiasm iiiomas. Thomas. that swept over tho South. It may be I never listen to calumnies, because Messrs- - Willa Viley, James Carpen that what you know, and what I know they are untrue I run the risk of bo is already common property, but it is ter and James Corbin, Democratic elor also probable that some chapters may ng deceived, and if they are true, of tion officers, at Lexington, who were have the honor of furnishing missing hating people not worth thinking about. arrested for obstructing an election, Montesquieu. links, without which the. great chain were dismissed by United States Com of history would bo incomplete. It is missioner Hill. A frightful Blonder work that cannot wait; this genera Will often cause a horrible Burn, tion before whom the pageant of war swept in all.its splendor, all its terror, Scald, Cut or Bruise, Bucklen's Ami ca Salve, tho best in the world, will will soon pass - and their testimony kill the pain and. promptly heal it. should be borne now. Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcors. The first object that is mentioned in Boils, Felon, our Constitution is .Education. It Best Pile cureCorns, all skin eruptions. on earth. Only 23 cents should be an object especially near to all of us, because it vitally concerns the a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Per ry & Thomas. Druggist. 5 welfare of the children and childhood ever been the most sacred charge One of tiie most curious dresses ever has Are you frequently hoarse? of womanhood. Along this line is some made was probably that worn by a lady Do you have that annoying practical work for our Chapters to do. at a ball In Baltimore, it being entirely tickling in your throat? Would We know that our school histories are covered with postage stamps, Tho could not generally just to tho South in their stamps, 30,000 in number, were pasted you feel relieved if you your raise something? Does versions of the warjlot ourmembersex ou a thin foundation and represented cough annoy you at night, and amine tho Histories and Readers in use the postage of every civilized country, do you raise more mucus in in their various localities, aud protest the morning? Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalia. Mo., saved his against error and misrepresentation Then you should always keep child's life by Ono Minute (Tough Cure, being taught to their children ii, so Im Doctors had given her up to die with on hand a bottle of have four children, With the first portant a matter as the history of their croup. It's on infallible cure for colds, three I suffered almost unbearable pains from own section. And let them use their coughs, grippe, pneumonia, bronchitis, Believes 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under influence to have text books used that and throat and lung troubles. HowThe FAD IN RIGHMOKD. the influence of chloroform. I used three shall do justice to the South as well as st once. Perry & Thomas. bottles of Mother's Friend before our last to Uie North; we no mora want books Miss Nora Johnson, tho child came, which that are blindly partial to the South, girl, of Brayraer, Mo., who recently re k a strong, fat and than we want t hem unjustly prejudiced covered from a trance while in a coffin healthy boy, doing against the. North we would have the in her home, and a few moments before my housework up children taught things as they wore, in the time set for funeral services, is still to within two hours no strain of apology for the South, or alive and improving In health. of birth, and sufof fulsome panegyric to the North. fered but a few hard And should we not also endeavor to FADELESS PUTNAM plies. This linicorrect falso and vicious ideas concern DYES produce the fastest and ment is the granding our laud nnd our people that arc est r:mcdy ever sown in tho minds of our children by brightest colors of any known mode." current literature. Last winter I was dye stulf. Sold by G. L. Sear If vou have a weak cy, Waco, Ky. : Thomas & Ad walking by our public school, when throat you cannot be too dec6-lnumber of tho scholars were at recess; ams, Panolai Ky. careful. You cannot begin a long procession passed by, the most treatment too early. Each Benj. Harrison Bays prominent features in which were two cold makes you more liable Immense btoodhouuds, and a large "I sliare with the wholo country tho to another, and the last will do for every woman what It did far the Btatlte of an old negro in chains. What feeling that to allow a man who is liv one is always harder to ing with plural wives osit in the Con tVIinnes5U' mother who writes the above let- kind of inipressioiii do you supposd cure than the one before it. ter. Not to use it during pregnancy is a would those children reccivo of the old gress of tho United States would not bo American; ft would be a national mistake to be paid tor in pain and suffering. limo relation between their fathers r. JHw's Cttrri recur A RuMw Tire Factory Here Xdthtr's Friend equips the patient with i and their slaves with sllch a spectacle shame." km cW. Kcc m & passing unrebaked through our towns! strong body and clear Intellect, whkh Mr. 8. L. Mldkjjr lias inetalll the Ladies For relief of women, Cher turn are imparted to the chili. It relaxes I have been told that the play of Undo first and only plant in the county for Tansy Tablets, worth their weight ter expand. Hand. the muscles and allows them Help Tom's Cabin Has beoVme a kind of in gold. A safe and certain monthly tho construction and repair of nbhor relieve: morning sickness and aervouseess minstrel show, and fs hardly worthy If yom Have any complaint tires for venKdes, and is turning out regulator. $1 a box. & putt all the organs concerned 2a perfect of serious comment) whatever and desire, the best factory work at less than factory priivs. but still, both Mcebock Curb Co , radical advice you caa po. Wo examined his wotk and found it conikion for the final hour, so that the actual play and novel are widely Been and Atlanta, Ga nov29 ly aibly obtala, write the doctot labor is a&ort asd practically pim!s. Dn: read, and do present to our children freely. Ton Vrill- - receive i erjual to Hiiy in service. lie vrill bo gtr of rkkg or hard breasts k altogether thoroughly false view of plantation life Tody Jennio tells me ybUng Woodby prompt rfcply. pleed to exhibit his own factory work avoided, aad recovery is futrtlf a hmWif ft in tiie Sotith. I do not iaipega the mo pros posed to kwt fright. A&lrtfM, PR. J. C. AYEX, and quote prices. He puts robber tires a few days. Iowell, Viola I don't think I kfcow him. tives that impelled Mrs,Ston to write erj old wheels and the Ufa of the DranMs sH Medwr's Fri4 far Jl a vetiklo w prolonged so that twice their the book) and 1 do not qaeMkm that ho well on? 4Ackl Rtrtilaior Cb., AtiMta, &; Hm coat ia, saved, rift td mVtntidn tho rom-foibre tony haVe bea pwnlkhr for mott Tody Ho certainly U. mt re r rs !UtliV4 betSMi diyed, (OettUMlM om fourth e iucident of which Mr. John Oliver ol Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: UI was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunk en, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker clay by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunate ly, a friend advised trying "ElectricBit-ters,- " and to my great joy an surprise the first bottle oiado a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my. life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No oneshonid fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bottle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc cessors to W. G. White. 5 Now being over nil should settle down to business and forxret our few political differences. We do not believe in a paternal frovern- uient and ask no special priv ileges or favors except thai you favor us with an oportuii- it3r to show you our well se lected large stock of New Goods dnd demonstrate that we can give 3Tou much better fflffflaTfl for your money than anT other house in the state. Wall Paper from 4c on up to the finest goods made. Window Shades 10c on up. Pic- bpi! j anything m Forkept in a and everything Furnifirst-clas- a si mm s mm mm mm mm mm ture Store, you will find it at a w SUCCESSOR OLDHAM TO BIGQERSTAFF & OLDHAM. It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cure. It cures Colds, Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh. Prico $1, ture Frames 20e on up. We a make a Mixed Paint for $1.10 per gallon in white, black and all shades of colors, the best on market at any price. Stock of Window Glass the largest mm and p?"ices right. Call on pa ap pa UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE. Day Phone 76. Night 136. pa mailed on receipt of price. See, ad- vertisment. Mcbdock Cure Co., nov2!) ly Atlanta. Ga. ceq. 03 W. i mm HIS STREET. lap Ep RICHMOND. KY, algJ ajgJafiriflJ glajrlJBpafaprBlafrlfaM a5Jaraimt3iaparBia7raal m The Mat Mutual I&7BS I Co., OF LEXINGTON, KY. $19 8,5 SS 32 Paid in Living Benefits. $ 80,819.16 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. --Tie Reverse d Lib Insurance. c inch Cot O Vo pay tiie same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to the estates of deceased. Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. I'or particulars apply to My JK. SmiTH BOiAZ7vmN, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. (K, KY. MU3. A. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. The Ultra, $3.50 FOR LADIES. MOORE i mm mm I Is what you want in preference others. Reasons to all why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is its built and like a hot air furnace. It has a large radiatin resur face, which circu- - VI lates tne air rapidly n and heats the rooms NS evenly. It is a double more substantially Mother's Friend m heater. nt from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent ash flue. It op-.erat- No dirt A mm at tion and easy to The design ' of the stove is perfect. The blacking of the outside fachis: never burns off and is bright all tli'e year round. For sale by has perfect regula- - e. 11 pf Th. hr Main warn i pmeuT. p Jm Street, Richmond, Ky. pt, s rfd rt fi fs Is yw ? vw f Is i r, in . gi llie Richmond ,.,3,4V m- wtiNevntHope 'Jesdayjiiiitrit . . or DeReskes. whilellievl nbiarng elenftnt frnj nTytcjiiiiK Taylor. OFFICIAL bcsiii Tsr uranccB of talentTin tinsTAnq uieiiuw&d nu.iv is an III Wind not lwveaspark THE CONDITION seat-ou- t by t ne iHRtwatTv.. Irv. EPORT OF Naliaa&l Bank. No. OF THE atltHat iManher is --1798. at MmIsob ... direction .the trainins will enable on&nnac inejcase wouw ue . Uf? and comes lngniyriwwii iat tlin' FOR GOVERNOR. to appreciat i, ami ninv teiltlold uiuict"ivivvt Thzt Blows Nobody Good, cloaejof business, December 2, 1899. B g$ thd aU inendedSK . 191.331 vr ork oftliocie wliom God hasblespcd cliusrwhoUadSuigedaligrit UOCUCi ... h. uV!7 .19J.7H CHaulauqual CirctowiI?lioTIit9; Proprietor. Taylor J. C. CHENAULT. RJ nighU, 'IVurlur wnl, fnnliilSI inn IWO lirsfincctinir this' week fttHMew fffe' i That small ache or pain of4 withTcninS. is;io t f. RESOURCES. uronn. the' werotirevaf!tnWupju . Business Manager. .. a,(cs A. D. MILLEIt .. Hlalr 51 .. - JSf65,t99 Tmniiiiid discounts wind1 2.S16 weakness is the law be Tuyiiir s executioner. Editor. Wallace hurch. Much interest is neiis C. E. WOODS. U.564 U) 510 ... In the face of all these facts, which fested in the C I.. H. C, and tne mvm- - nrerdratts. secured and unsecured. U8,0M 00 Schmutz TT. a. Honda to scraire circulation attention to Governor Bradlev could not have been. t,.m nr., nnlvrinntinc? a llellKUtHUll Other real estate and mortgages; that directs your FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. - 1S99. 1 WEDNESDAY. DKC. 13, ..181,363 1,113 35 owned. iaiiorant of, it is past comprehension studv 6t Arrrorican htoratttrw this-wie-Beet bam.. Lackey To the Due from National Banks (not Re the necessity of purifying Lackey, at Kingston, wife Of Johu Marshall why he should extend executive ciem-onc- ter. M,n9-9.. 10.1M a boy, on Dec. serve agents) Johnson to Todd. Thiee veais tigo Todd1 222 .. PUBLISHED XVBItY WEDNESDAY BY your blood by taking Mood's FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. f,Vi47v'..TiVufli-nulTo.fbf .lohuHlt.,:.;.,tr.Vf TiSior To n ritIiloir MIie'MI term of,ottr buWTboo? 5S,UC8 .. . 1R1.523 112 72 ...i.:i.' ir i.n.i. on nltlw nrul Bnccee- -' Internal Revenue Stamps Rrecklnride Vickcrs,nerA-"alvin- a . men your llcCfhUock. heo SI Uslto'so fr- her b'rother's partion ri 1S3,250 Co. Pratt 1,000 00 ThG Notes of other National Banks cj,ra,nil lMirn. p.nnniir- - fullv taurht by Miss Belli A. FwnciSv ciif.li llttTf. ii..., dm ,,f rlnii' l,r. ,l,ul o... - 9'-Tanner ooa, , one eEd Fractional paper - currency, nickels. ...... : u- r - and cents-. 110' is . . .v. ,,i,v,.ll,.i. .t.twi-viii!- - 1nua Rridav. MiS8 J?rariC18.1S lalcnlMit FOR.AUDITOR.- to iiinKe iiiuiseiL iiiu cuuuccaui i.'iii't'iiit:iii..iw.i w.ni ,viImd mot cnn. I bur most accomplished: and 1 whole body receives .m .. .. money reserve in bank, tU: tii.,1 r:i,v,.riinr Lawful the . 1M.853 :.. -- JH.M0 CO josepir iJauey.ot uexaa. i ePie, .....iwi .Specie? v.- nkV PUICE WAX YTflAR, $1.50. Coulter ..JB3.S0 X.. m vounsr women, olio who i oraveiy for the purified blood Breei o..'...-uotca ..W. . MX) 00 ... l',.6t live Richardson, of Tennessee; l ,(, ,.nove, ,,id .IolIof;c hope, and :.i,,cri.Milv fnlfillincr her noble mi- - Redemption fund with U. 8. Treaa'r is.ioo co v V anr . tingling to every organ. 2.I1 0lhe Judjro De Arinond of Missouri, a i . . . r . i. . lii ttliuni ..... ,:., i is oneH 4,500 00 (5 per cent, of circulation) . 1 . ... 2,025 Ok tho tue ty rontpsts for3eatsin Dei ant later secured a commutation oi uhj ..111." U 1 lifo nnil In conseouenfe . ,. allU . 667 is the great remedy for all Assembly, eight are in the race to stay and have tl i.iiliMice. WliPli the rest of thn Todd ot tho most emclent teacnere m mo . .tl23,E38 95 the next Gem-ra- l Total'...... . - county j; ntour followers. FOR TREASURER. hnth seres. one of ilit in btl ! J family rcmoveil to Montana 8hg""rel.i. i.'u.v.,lili t, LIABILITIES. .180.817 Hager pay liminwl behind. 6iinnosed!v to look of Garrard vs Ww Kay, Walki-r- , . 13J Oil Inspmnia,i isTiot anorganic disease. Capital stock paid In $100,000 03 afti-- r her bru'tfier 6 .iiarih.n. w1m:h 'sheri' .. 9.WI who whs elected in Gov. brad Day (Jlorions Newn. Droego .. 40,000 00 : Surplus fund tivtr And kidnev rouble, J suffered for live jli obtaininp. ... 2,b6 i nniitv niul over his former i.-- ' Tcjs finailv ha Suece-isfiCartlin ' proBts, ... 4,023 . r. PJ e t who" 1-- bk ax to grma UMdlrldedpaid less expeni ea ana 3,363 79 yens from dyspepsia, tixth severe pzlrj. 4 Both the !Piandehnial anil tho Cen No bodv liereTiianies tue stater ior,iier taxes law partner. ISO ThoVinan' Jiar.an Delanty National Bank notes outstani'Unir ... 83,995 00 .action Hoods Sxrs&parWa. nude me strong tury Clubs have had some notable diu- - KiMitv to her brother.4 but thtthe- - par-- " 6t;ersrof'iha.r)1ers3-- i ' 1,241)66 SECRETARY OF STATE. Doc to other National Banks . of the Governor iii, vt;rantinK Auburn, Me. article copied hifct week Hill FOR n.w.Ui ; 180.9 10 htarit." 7. B. Emerion, nnra in tile lecent IKloi. wiiub in uie Due to atalo Hants ana uanrjirs . . th iii should have Powers 182,856 or ozone, tlie airs Individual deposits subject L j check.. 183,930 74 tor'j pnriier liistorv. Doloro tile nauic uuii, without even advising witn the .. ... lot piper, Whether in music friMii a . 9,928 . wwioui laKius of 'd'-i-, these haudsouio spreads were of authorities Here, or moral elTect it is most girlapreftr are millionairs. been credited to the lxa ler instead of Hines ..S123,83S 95 Total 3,1.21 the was the fault of the Keys occurence, flieasureu oy mese iuto 2,104 the lloral'. It STATE OP KENTUCKY, LyLens an . Vlmceiiciioraiice- ialiliss 'tis folly to ..ii f ......;.. n o iu, liA cniifl thnt. I in i lwmnd- to. have urion , the luturAf, ...11 fr. . ,. Count of madiso,. j is: friend wli'i l.aiidwl it to in, we lies: to FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC IN .. : BWCHIUUlUUimi.it t,,.iu " any ministration oi justice, i who kindly called d STRUCTION. beotherwiso such dinner was ever tendered J,C. D. CiiBXACtiT, Cashic rot the aMiie the Hurler " I . 180,331 anil R.niitl or literary club hero its that fntillplllnPil. lis at. do solemnly swear tihat the above state- .v .. XTMcChesney our attention to ihn miMake. liili run lirer Ills: the of. my knowledge and . 183,356 It is understood that tjoveriior. wivpn lHst Teesdav nicht upon the oc Burke. . Tfio 'Rrnriprnr William is Faid in ho aiat is true to the bestVllKAVLT, Cashier. rTcithartle to tke with Hood's Sartapartila. V.iu. .. 10,1 r, ll..t, ftlUUIlU l.r nnrilni(1n"'Ptll 'l,pfeinK-Vl- i vini porereiini of Europe beSrf. Orcrstrcet - AM Oil It J D n.i,wl I' .. 2.930 casioa OI tlie llieeiing oi tne jrrauucnSubscribed and sworn to 1m fore me thlft 9th Caht. Ellis evtdaittlv believes a mau Sutherland .. 2,031 uial Club With the l'reeulent.Hon.james nrtsoner was the latters JlliffheaUb o: upowhdSoille no attempt has yet been R. R. Bdbxau, dl December, IWJ. can't be a Goabolite ami an honest man Hancock. MS , .. five or more reputable citizens .. Nottry Public. !l is. Mi Crearv. Covers were laid lor twen 'aimer but made. t the same time Louisville Commer- FOR COMMISSIONER OK AGRICULTURE inonev. In oilier woras, tare Cobeect Attest: wan lif rftv and countv. who nave re e gueats, who were regaled in i.nminittintr an oilense. and cial "WALLER B" mNETT. intr 82.L Nail . On t I'll courses, two anu a nau iiuuib nt cently visited the penitentiary, alllrin Kowarn oTOilntiheBla'Aliir Calarrli If. B. DEA I'HKIIAOK, bibectobs tsiiu i both an honest man Throckmorton r..wuuw ..... 1 11 18,?r; ti,u nfrnnsa will soon disaiiDear. . tne the tahle, at which Mrs. McCreary was Mint 'riiiii urna in roniiR'i neitiLii Conjain Mrtnry 11. II. DILL JNOUAM. i' . don'l roeo. inarkinc oi tiia nthnr linnd. the mvl a lioebelite, hniico you 3,075 weeks ags. and thatreven.it he wreiri. . Il.nn, reaches elfectiVely Hip Knle renreseutative of her sex. The ns mcrcu'rv,wiH.aurely"destroy the eenw 2,022 nine Virtue when you meet her face to l?nrieiiter embraced several rare disues bad health he had l:v4his, unnatural tit uniell anil completely derange lire 453 another great class of evils, in. luding menu to-bturned O'llearn lace. nnd all the delicacies of tbe season, crime torieiteu tug rkdit when entering i FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. violence anu iiiiiimuniiuno, iu.i..v,.v. on societyjn thTs or.'atiytier wKolo ;mliinnPA. dictation bv employers or every course served having been pre- loose ithrough'tHo inucous:soface. Such ar First District. Hhaiilby wai presented with a community. Gov. auu iaio. 61,175 nrnntiimiiniiR. tbeiearol nuicuie anu nared wi n consumniaio sum ticles should never ne seu esccpt uidiamond .locked wateh Satutduy by the Dempsey .. The table decorations were iu white" 2,973 dtoiifep or of social and commercial in prescriptions from rejaiahlo physicand Gol One Kentucky. This niy P McMullin negroes of OteVery and t'old.the bervice of sparkling silver. Advertised for a Swctlheart District. Second Snrvnll noerttlve ilitllieilce , W8V to fix V.. ... Ua ., vi.rr SO.- , 1, as the damage they will do is ten s and raro china, all conspiring 57 649 mirr Alvnut.n vcar ami, ri irenflemim in tans, the pood- - vou can- - possibly de- 1 hiiuH cuiii vi "ii noniinnini. fin fnlrHtn .. .......I,,, In ntnl Imiration fur the McChord.. 56.W4 Irwin ...... and disorder to make a tcene oi unexceueu L;eniii.j. Louisville answered arr advertisement rive'from them Rail's Catarrh Cure, Tumult 752 voter's action. but if ho ana nis Weid i.... dinner "Prandennial Club but hv JT. J. Cheny &Co, dtetit at the polls, bargaluine and traainc oi After a snecial brand of home mauu "font gentleman correspondent,"friend mnniif.-ictureThird DIrtirct. IMinv paid their debts to the ncpocsn Kicliuioud nrwl hII nnpKtionable urautices drain." Toledo" O.. contains no jaercury.and is 62,870 k v ,ir rz it would take mo e than CG (is State, Hamilton knowledge cnined facturo. occupied a half hour before to.t)ls reply, ine result w.ta urn muci taken internally, acting diiectly'upon 68.231 depending npon tho .. .i.i .iiA; nr one for each neirro Wood . Mr. J IftMi 1.016 as Patrick the day noes on or tho drift of the Mm Mnh was called to order. member received au interesting letter from a tlie bloodv and mucous surfaces of the to voter in Kentucky. Walker was necessary supposedly young and beautiful vfs li- i.ntf.utir ivnuld hardly be England s Stone Hon. J. Tevis electedand JJr. U Jri guying Un,H'a Catarrh svstein. Cobb ship. JunoE TAr.vix's criticism of Governor even if He responuta io mo luuei intiwil that at every stage Bradlev for not scudlm: troops to pro to argue in advance,prove it, that these Itlnntnn heintr the latest accessions to a regular corresponuence eutucu. n c Cure be sure yott get the genuine, it is experience did not con-tetaken internally, and. made iu Toledo, s;:::: of thepmioiu the gubernatorial nepro ravisner. ooieman, at practices, wherever they have pre- the club's roll. Tho question of the know the ouug mau, anil wo know Ohio, by E. tect the & Co. Testi the law has been decided in favor Mavsville. was hardly just, but tue vailed, must disappear. In short, the pinninc?. 'The Superiority of the An how much initlnight oil hd burned over monials free Race." was discussed for his labored, but fervent pro testations of the Republicans and oy uemocrm wav the Judcc frets back at the Gover iiuitnt flnnrnnchfs those more or Sold hv Driiggistt.prico 7oc ier bottle. .., ulioiilil indicate Hours, ur. Will, .rosier, jr., ajia tun.. at ,i..t 't'l.ii marauders and who the nor for tho latter's ridicule of Tarvin less elusive ovils, not merely with the two evidencing studious tesearcli and n otregard for His unknown juamorata Hall's "Frfmilv Pillrt are the best. ' In. nitiriier.r,.iiarv - a year passen, out never a rod, is not weak instrument of a penal clause for per Vice Presidential htrhtninir Nearlylira. Louisville Commercial as it is all true. this and that otTense. but with the ef- i nrnfnl nreuaraliou. Prof. Clark, lion. week went by that tnese lovers- - letters r" bad readtntr, inasmuch ouiiivan, .lid not orbs each ot hereon their way to 1 aluMibl timcli vou ' murilerors and .Iuilj- Tarvin said: fective methods of modern legislation. if. h. uriirike. nun. J. you can get justice The Home "But (5uv. it was unkind of you to By compelling the dishonest man to Dr Blanton and Mr. Chandler were the their respective destinations. inirtmdir" that Was after manlv and true heart at this end of you mention that Vice Presidential matter HV.HI at the hand of thoso whom mark his vote in secrecy, it rentiers it iittier nrinclnal sneakers. It 1 ouulit to have a fellow-feliiidnteut wliell Xr. vauum moveuio tlie toad .beat mgii )vnn iiope.-anYou and iuo brutally maiijrnod. impossible for him to prove his . i i wore kuii- - Insure your dtTellfnirs. barns And othernrop-ert- y inj; as to tnat. ive nave uuui ucsu and thus deprives him of the adjourn tho mo6t memorable meeting first seitsatioii8'oi-surpris- o we return the (roods sent ns for me hon- - mtbeluslorv oi ine ciuo. prooaoie nlnntetl successively by emotions ot mentioned in the BLUB GRASS ISSUKANCB COMinrfcet LAUHDIIIUSU, i...MTrfi nf ,lci!tionthewore issued s Jine man'sas the So far as Itail enu oi pt manfor it. Rv compelliiii: the meet inir will be held with Mr. R E. interest and regard, which Hnaiiy PANY, of Lexington. Ky., a hopie iqstitaiuin. con am candidates kite. R in.iilav lnoriiinir to all tn vote in seciery, it relieves '.. Not a thing ia injured. Each article to him not merely from the grosser forms Turlev. on jnursuay, ueceuioor ii rinpned into love, and love into con- - Gives protection against on the Republican Slate ticket, the cerned,! am trying and will continueforCs. Dr. Dunn, V. It. Letcher, Jr., R spirated devotion. The chirography is returned in as good condition as re FIRE, LIGHTNING ANDTORNil. names onlv of Chairman Pryor and iry to live it down and let it be you of intimidation, but from more. subtle Clr.ss, rrot, rax oHln? unknown slreu waa of w ! Kiiu lieini? attached. Mr, gotten. And as for you, Governor, i a.. and ocrhaos more pernicious coercion It Crooke. Prof. Sanderson, Vn atsBessment calls on roenrbCTTirken losses ceived, but laundered ns perfectly as r. It" l'jvnlz siateil to the board that remember when you wanted to be of every sort, Ry thus tending to ton. Subject "Should tbe United Mates vailing angular 'style, her papetene occHr to othr members and no Initiation leo activelv sunDort tne open aoor in periumeu, tne envelopes eiMim.nnu. charged to become a member qf cpropsy. Tin for SKILLED HANDS, he would not siu tbo certificates, and nominated for President and then the eradicate corruption, and by nivinc china?" purple wax and stamped withaSpeucer-la- n ..v..., unit nnd tiioRt reliable. opcraUos for the l.u ii.iitinr oniniou was Weil with Vice President, and then wanted of efTect to each man's innermost belter, in the people of onr county, now d , II'. Occasionally a President to make you Secretary .f iiiu inuinriiv (minion. it secures to the public what at such a State and gets cheaper every year, la.ungio with every modern device at their com- City Finances nlf ftftpr the first ve&r. violet or a more pungent tube rose came The only certificates hiRiied by Mr. State, and then wanted him to make juueture is tho thing vitally neceary S3... atfnn. pall on their aeent mano, can do it Brittain, and to its health a free and honest ex l'oyntz were ttioe to Deinpsey and Me von Ambassador to Great you The retirine City Council made a ro in.the girl's letteis and, these .route antlcollector. BjIUB. Black, attorney-at-lai- r. Wo have specitl facilities for attend up pl.linintiiL TZv . nfllre on Main Street. ODDOSite ami Wood. Heiiubli- then wanted him to make missives of esteem were treasureu pression of the convictions of every young Court House, next door to Stato Bank It Trus. ing to rush orders during the flULi- ...... f..r l! jiir.tnl ( Vim niissioners. The at Lancaster, and that, filially he citizen." . aciions from January 1,1898, to Decern- - in the vest pocket aiearcst lho .up-all Company, upstairs. mioctinnpil votes could not have af did appoiut you Minister to iCorea, months. It is, man's heart. This thing; kept DAY SEASON. her 1. 1809. tweuiy-thre- d t'ATrTER. Pres. asJ. H. probabb', the most satisfactory and ex- - summer, and friends-o- f the ybubg rel fected the resulted in these three races. aud it required four yeais for you to O. C. BOSWORTII. Sec'y may21-ly ma.- w certain where Corea was." , RJCILliOND STEAM LAUNDRY. Illicit statement Oi City aiiairs ever reu- - low utraii iu uuiitv indo.v... always Hepuhli so creditable to the retir- - for society, in which he had s AMfjxii of the dcred. It is JrniiE PiiYou has. during tho last few so much interest to been a central figure. There uevecwas rain tuirtv the belief was prevalent that months, Jfr. T. C. Adams was iu Cincinnati Hip hviri and of Climax will publish a day previous to this that ho was not endured in silence and com i,- cui...l would tlie certificate mi him that the posure an extremely large amount of last wtek. it next week without charge. Here seen iivthe olection. The reason f.ir this belief abm-e- , much savage irony, and many and danccB, picnics .anu excursions. .Mr. Stanton B Hume ppentSaturday are some features: was that the 1! rd of Election accusations of diBUonest3 at Fraiikiort. nrtHpii nil on acconnfe aii rt.int.ora issnp.1 nnd r7. .. . debts From tbo civ to the grave seemed aud few were lieiiioi-rat. iT . .V. " 1 'mi vms nfii.i.lo ow. nfir.pint, health. inI nnit btuiness rent tar Coal Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson .hereby notifies the ma... i will sell or vastly ....i.. mv Ml v. xnc that they would, but lc must now face something or than Mijipo-e- d Street and running nubile that she lrlll not tolerate hunters on Jasper's friends will be delighted contracted bvtuis council uuyu ueeu i uui .i fancv-freDr. any of these, more became the nmeci Yard, situated on Orchard rur i..;.i looseand . roan, view their work otherwise than from a all of painful than together. This final to learn ot ins improvement. back . 1 io .1 farm. Any person caught on thepremises with lictnur unnlinnttncQ nllH til ft ply attoll cC I,, rancoal yam. them put ijMaa ia.itv TaY t.itr reuueu 10 cuu b residence or idiuku4f a uwwmii. party standpoint. a irun will prosecuted to the full extent ot the Cour.er-Journa- l, IBBIt trial h the unqualified praise of the ReU( UlU pvutviuvwi IlHTt- - I IIIlMSli JL'UUIill UtfllCl Prewitt, of Lexington, came Mrs. Sue Uavnrll 4Uvu tT iron TlininiKP. j decij.iw ww- .4J j -II. H. 3AEBER- - law. 'Kinh a ihmn." says the UCIVIUI mtlPfl w. i Sim- I. .. lofore not a burden to the city, were it was wnen ins constancy mmltuevume "as a Republican Hoard of publican press. If Judge Pryor retains over on Saturday to visit friends. his equanimity now, after th!s etab a virtue of which he was secretly proud, expense. Election lnuiiiifci.ners, when there from fate's sharpest dagger, then will it I . Mrs. Frank Carr and daughter, of kept in repair, at large 1. I.I t It I. ri tho uMtfll IMt . was a nieMnmas to the result, deciding relatives here lust week. ea and siving he proved that he is not only a (states- Paris,were with controM of the sraall pox epidemic, eu was wooing Decame tne suustance oi apiiiibt their party fiiei-ma: great distincthings hoped for, the evidence of things Dr L. II. Landman will he at the tnilpd an oxnendituro ofSs.iyO.bO. election certificates to Democrats, was man but a philosopher of knows who Birrtd Plymouth Kor as everybody tea.. Bonded indebtedness of city reduced not seen it was then that he got such unheard of. Hence the acliuii of Capt. tion tbe Republican screeds during the Zimmcr Hotel, this city, on Wednesread a j6l as he will never forget to his dy hv nin incr offW.000 of school bonds. Ellis and Judge Pryr was received by campaign just ended, that party regard- day i:; as., wua aa schools, $10,- ing day. "ine aisencnanimeiii. "For tliem wi.h reai Mitii". Reptihlicans ed Hie Judge's support of the Demo Messrs. Jno E. Greonleaf and "W. R40.nl). the maiuteuauce oi The - TRUE BLUE" Strain aa comma:- unexpected as it wa&cruci, anu ci.tild haul y b.ilr-v- e it to b'? tme and ins Kodcs Shackelford spent Saturday-IA colored school building erected, plete as it was possible to be. recently looked tipoii it tia one of the most as cratic ticket a clear evidence oi aud Lexington. as. Cockerels for sale $1.00, Trios ma..- physical, mental and moral decay, A friend of the young lover .ostini'STi.500. toliihhitlgly mie.pM:ted thtiiL'' that .. epithets to him a string Mr. Clay Kean Shackelford, greatly S5.00. This completes my 21st Vouches paid tothe amount of $13, went to New Orleans on a pleasure trip, happtu in proaeut day applied which "dishonest," ot the mildcould is among mnroveil in health, is at home from tir.RR for old. old debts, reducing1 a but carried with blra a letter of intropo'diics." year of breeding the one va est ami most nearly fit for publication. Cincinnati. the entire outbtaud- duction to the girl whoso magic power little over oue-haKmv that Judce'Prvor has emerged riety exclusively. had entralled tho Richmond boy: iug indebtedness on old vouchers. Hi.ACKitcax, of the to f'HAinMAX J. C S. Mis8NeIl Mershon ordeal with honor to himself 'This-lette- r v:':. will introduce my friend, Commit-ti- e from tlie All current expenses paiu in casu, l.'omocraiic State Campaign and credit to his party, ho is confronted Stanford, having completed her school MRS. M. F. ARBUCKLE, Col. J. R. ,G., whom I commend to Balanca left in treasury $138.28. and Clmirnmii Allio W. Young, of with encomiums of bis enemies that term in this county. The above statement is the best pos your confidence, as he is one of my ti e State Central ami Executive Com-li.- it are more disagieeable than tho fiery Silver Creek, Madison Co , Ky. Rates Shackelford Mrs. nov23-3r- a ee, have ca!el tne bLweHt nilil furnnco ihruiiirii which he passed un entirely D. recovered from heris almost sible testimonial io me linearity, ca best rriends, and win act as oesi man recent pacity, zeal and patriotism of the mem- at our approaching nuptials. f Detii'-crat- ic most iniiioruiit cuiiferemv scathed. Sickening praise from sucli a "Till aeain us tiapari, bers of the old council. They went in pat:v lenders that has been held source is n it mete for repentance for serious indisposition. in the State for some time. These those outrageously brutal attacks upon Hon. W. R. Black and II. C. Faulk- - for "Retrenchment and Reform;" they I Fortified with these credentiahOUolupr, prominent; ilawyer, ote jaroour- - came out with that motto u mi untied three Slate committee, comprised of one of the purest men m public life. nnd their Dledces redeemed. We know- G., after registering st the St. Charles, about rifiy men, fnnn all the districts, ville, were here at court this week. ot the antagonisms they the fashionable New Orleans hostelry, will meet by Sjieci d jmII in Frankfort Ox last Saturday the State Board of returned on Sat somewhat Miss Dora MieaW at thead-dres- s next Thursday noon. All those who Election Commisj.ioiier8.all Democrats urday from aRusselland pleasant visit engendered by tho performance of set out td call on found her. he did.but long civen. Ho were candidates on the State ticket will Pryor, Ellis, for, Poyntz against, award their thankless labors. But when to Mrs. J Tevis Wilkerson, at Lexing thoughtful citizens and taxpayers read he hasn't quite recovered from the alo be ptewnt by rt q lest. ed tho certificates oi election io me ton. the above report they should retnem shock himself, to console his broken object of the conference of the Keoublican candidates for State olllces, The hearted friend. The vision of loveli air. "Will Dudley has returned from her greatefuily the following: supreme party authorities i to deter- The Board by a majority decided that Mo,-,.r.... J- 1 f Moulin Qinith 'tiess in a dream of a dress, with eyes of Goebel and the as a canvafcsiiiir Board, it could not go Rhode Island, and is the guest of his mm....', mine whether Senator .heaven's own blue.aud orange blossoms parents, Councllmen. iet of the State ticket should contest behind the returns to investigate alle- at Waco.Mr. and Mrs. Jhos. 1. Dudley, 8 tne Pic in hnr w den. tresses--tn- at Legislature or tho State gations of Republican fraud. This liefore the A. E. Carse, G. G. Prewitt. ture which fancy painted ou the canvass imwj may be. It is be- means that Taylor and Marshall who lliard.as tho Calvin Ulaupin, of hia mind. But Sn. reality, who was G. W.l'ickels, Mr. Evan S. McCord, of Fairhaven, lieved that the conference will demand were ocacefullv inaugurated at Frank Washington, arrived last week and will J5d Ballard E. E. McCann. hat was it, that met him waive any personal foit Tuesday, will hold their offices ppend a month here. His wife and two that the candidates Certainly wo.can wish for new admin it. or rather. contest for tho good of permaneutly, unless the Legislature children came auouc two inoiuns ago, istration nothing moro than. that, they at the creakv door of a tumbtedoivn tene inclinations and ment house on the outskirts ot the the party. Until after this conference ousts them, as it alone has jurisdiction but Jill will return home in January. shall maintain the excellent record Crescent City? Rudyard Kipling do the candidates wiK not give further in event a contest ia filed by the Demomaae bv their predecessors. All citi scribes, her thus: Mrs. T. D. Cheuault gave a handsome zens will rise up and call- them "Bless consideiatioli to the nueblion of a con- cratic candidates for Governor and 'A lad there was and he made his prayer test. Lieutenant Governor. The other de reception last week in honor ot Mrs.- ed" should they succeed. (.Even as you and II) Many letters and telegrams have al- feated candidates on the State ticket John 13. Chcnauit, nee aiiss Ltiia uurcess. oi jtiaysvuie. To a rag and a bone and a hank of hair ine urine is a GOVERNOR BRADLEY'S MISTAKE. ready been received- - urging that Sena- however, may contest before the graduate of Madison Institute and lias (We called her the woman who did not tor Cioebel contest before tho legisla- Board of Commissioners, and will, it is care,) ture. The Democrats have a majority generally conceded, be awarded the of many menus ttere. Tim action of Gov.- Bradlev in par on joint ballot, and it is fices upon the grounds of military in of thirty-tw- o Capt. Jamea T. Shackelforu came ilonimr Wm. Todd, sent up for life from But the lad lie called her his lady fair (Even as you and !!" not believed that the use of money or terference by Gov. Bradley, tissue bnl over from Datiyille and spent Sunday of his the anything else can overcome this lead. ' lots in the mountains, and illegal man with his family, 'lhe Captain Was not this county forTodd, assassination and' imagine is iieing. severely I Let, us draw the curtain brother, Matt damns proceeding of Judge toney in ashamed of C. U.'s showing in the foot ov ail iroou cuizuus uere ir- - I tin roat. , -Anyhow,, coi. u. was so . Our assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, "x Imvk ille. As the Legislature is Dem- ball game at Dauville when onr fellowfi cniiiiemiieu postponed I us uuqan ocratic on ioint ballot, it is beiiolllillir got cleaned up. lie is too loyal to go respective of party. hp. A prominent at- - allocked that he icliipond. Capes, Children's Wraps' of all descriptiiiitilnii timt it trip aud liastoneii uajK to i plainer every day, that should Goebel, back on his home loiks. u,-,- n' r.. t the time to describe ti. I kiiowiiiL' that the sooner his friend w as tions. We have-no- t wa. ti... UO UOVIVUU Beckham and their colleagues make it better for following ladies wore in attend oxpeuse to convict criminals if they aro disillusioned tlienuptials were him an The each article, but can safely say that we tlie contest, the Republican official hp. as the fast will bo given their walking papers ance upon the meeting of tlie Kentucky to oe giveu meir nueny uy sucn an un- ptoaching, and Covington & Mitcholi have a Anwithin the next ninety or a hundred Equal Klghts Association, at Lexing conscionable disregard of justice. repu- had beeii given an extensive order for n attorney, whose ton. Decern tier 11 and 12: Aicsdatnes other days. Ivy. wedding outfit. Lexington, James Bennett. Ellen Gibson, Lucy tation as a criminal lawyer is State-- , hisArriving hero, Col. G , called into with such au ex"We aro of tho opinion that all bal White, Sarah Cheuault, Cornte Clav, wide, asserted thatclemency before the consultation a physician, an.editor.and of executive lots should be printed on white paper Lucy McCann and Kate Wiggins. Ito ample it would be dillicnlt to repress two Kironi? men. who were t,u e. n city in the State had a delegation people, and control sufficiently thick that the printing can superior to tills. the mob spirit should it manifest itself necessary, to strap down in eventthe bride-groonot bo distinguished from the back.and hero again. And of numerous citizens the prospectlyo Mr. William Robertson Letcher, Jr. latter became a raving maniac upon re if ballots are used at an election which of this city, and Miss Annie Pearson who were interviewed, all but . ceipt of tbe terrible-- iiows of his sweetto suit every one .and our PRICES arc I comply with tlie of Montgomery, Ala., will bo iharried of the opinion thaf sihee Todd heart's base deception. The quintette do not substantially had been liberated Jesse Hattoh,, his the LOWEST on high grade goods and law tbo election Is not conducted as re- in tlie latter city on Dec. 21. The negro accomplice,! "tilfonld also-- be of friends went m a body to 'break tho bride-eleis a daughter of one of the allowed to so Iree , whom ttiey louiid.as news to viiy can compete , no other ,nrm quired by law and is invalid." epis best known and best loved physicians with- - us. We are oiferiug a select line The crime lor wuicnjiodd augrriiat was to be expected, inditing an love So declared the Kentucky Court of of Alabama. Mie is a niece of .Airs. U. to his lady Appeals last week in the now noted A. Kennedy, lately of this city, whom ton were trfe6Tahil7convicted,.W'as'6ne of tolary effusion near the Moxio Gulf. of Jackets,' at fdlloying prices : Ulilo county tissue ballot case, at) she visited several times, forming the , foulest tnat ever stainea tne lair in thecunnvcitv i in received tliem toyiuiiy, out j iv - Madison, county. Malt Todd, pealed frtuu the Circuit Court of that many acquaintances and friends who annals ofanxiety to hear the TesulL countv. lho opinion was written tw will rejoice over thd prospect of her a prosperous Xarmer aiid "a Jjnember of concealed his GV. visit to' the sole subject of teeks ago, bnt was held up because o permanent residence among them. The one of the largest"' Jamilies in the coun of Col. his every .thought. CoL G. motioned tv. while 6ittlnir athw own Are-sidthe intense political ;eeitng existing e is a sou of Mrs. Will one Saturday evening about darkrread- - io the nhvsician and the others to laud because the members of the court groom-to-bArbuckle, of near Kirksville, and. is lng his daily newspaper was1as6assin- - arrange themselves so ens to be ready did not want to be understood as at worthy tho prize lie has won. ,.H .'if'-- Every Tiling for. You ated. tlie assassin slipping up to a.wm- - lo seize the bov wuon Hie laiai new tempting to influence the State Electold him. With suppressed omotion into After a week's stay here, in which dow and firing a , load of buck-shtion Commissioners. The opinion of killing him in Col. G. began. ,his story; the boy drew For the Mother, . . I, the court was written by Judge Payn-te- r, tho elements of business and pleasure his unsuspecting-victim.i n...i nearer, anu mo oinem wocu tuuunu and concurred in by Chief Justice were so mixed and mingled that time 6tantly. The dastardly deed was not tlie young man's chair. The narrative " For the Father, hlazelrlgg and Judges iiobson and sped not on leaden wings, Mr. John discoyered until late Sunday .evening. was short, and when it was finished : .. : rrl... ujjiuiou who .1 r iti r . . u. unandier returned on Monday to The crime aroused the entire county well, you i it line auh have heard a For SlSter, Brother, Baby, fmu, by Judges liuroam and uiwcuieu Louisville, where he is practicing law, and forthreo days the county ofllcials Springing couldhis feet, with gnmdrnp DuRelle, the fivi to tne latter writing mo aisseuting opin- his firm of Chandler & Norman, having and citizens Were eti gaged in a com moil cllngtnc tranticaiiy io nis coatOr Sweetheart, ion. Judge Gully neither assented nor already made a most successful start bined eUort to run tiown tne guilty tails, he exclaimed: the lxird dissented, (or the reason, as he says, Mr. Chandler hns joined two line law narfiesv Suspicion' waa finally directed marry my otner gin at was not sitting when the case clubs in Louisville and has made to wm. touu anuJcssiexiHtwn, a, negro, I can now no that he and there are ' And when the fire callers was argued and had not the time to go friends among some of the best people who worked for the Todds. They Irvine."' Hatton -- confessing realized tlio situation thev went' but ethics that vre know record with the other Judges. there, and we believe ho will redeem were arrested. into the kicked each 'Other 'tin and In dissenting from the majority opin- tho pledges of his best friends here and ImphcatIng,jyuUapl. loUd the sldii nnd You will find dn this lot a complete assortment that preclude you get- ion of the court, Judge DuRelle takes that he will riot be long in tiiKingirout 6ldest brother lof'. tlie murdered down Second street for' the next half ' ' -." of colors, modled after patterns of recent groqud that the voters should not rank with the younger attorney p man. Thev ver8.DIaceU mthe county hour. . ting'.your gifts at a barthe jail and lo'r 6everal;,niglita .a .strong v cut and made Of materials that we can rebe disfranchised for an irregularity for the metropolitan Bar. t PAINT OK. gain. Sensible selecting pre was tne lau which they were not responsible. following neatly engraved an- - guard mob Kept auout to such-- a io bitch commend 'TOr- durable we'af in fact such The violence, Judge DuRelle only anouncements have beeu received by vent means picking what will give We agree with be please and attract the eye as goods l were the people aroused by tho petpe- can insofar as it Miss Fan nib Parfces la quite sick. sho'ii that fraud Kichtnon.l friends of tho groom. .pleasure and hz useful d was not intended by having thin bal manvis well known throughout Central trutors ot the crime, finally, ancras Mry, who Miss Jennie Tarkes " is visitinc u ran ccs from the auth'orltica. that the lots, tlie ballots themselves being pre Kentucky: ,' Y,bu must see these before-.yo- u have .ma.de a day,- - means spend- law would deal out swill ana certain V. W Watts pared by tlie party overwneitningiy in Sfr. H. H. Spears 9 ' inr one's Christmas justice, the excitement subsided and ii n vmi'v rriirifl t'nurlin.sift.a. wran. marriage of his daughter, atiu" iianghterSiiss vuttug was announces the the malonty where the Mre. Ilclfelar Elizabeth Woodford, the culprits we're brought to trial. It Ahn.a aro on the sick list.; done. In the cases of the mountain to - iriorie so as to was one of .the most sensational hitirder, counties where thin ballots were used, ,. ., Mr. Jkj Qaincy Ward, j Rev. L. I. JEchols'and wife are in tnais eycr cpnaucteu in tne mcninona Thursday, December the seventh, the Republicans were in the majority. brighten the few1 "dayS. . See our Tailor-mau- e eighteen hundred and ninety-nin- e, suits lor 1130 u court houso'and consumed nearly the' Mlllefab'nrg'for own county clerks preand ah their Paris. Kentucky. entire session of the circuit court. The John H.iWallacrt attended tlieorAtor-icitlconteday for the pared them, if fraud was intended, it ihink of buying, as will pay you. 'Mrs. Ward visited Richmond this ablest lawyereat this barwere arrayed just to punish the party guilty last fall and nttended the Iap Year at O.sU, .Friday .night. ' '- - ;- . j greatest t ono bide or. tlie other, and the of it. Hop. captivating the hearts cf all by on theyoung sisters of the njurdered and Mr3.JBi Ji' YallacCw who lias, been three number. Our her wonderful charms. She is admit L4DIES', GENT'S AKD CHILDlEM'f 0SIE1Y. "We are for the secret ballot, and have tedly one of the most charming young tho murderer appeareH as witnesses for rtoite ill, is Rreatly ' imprpved at .this ' After alTncmorable legal writing. aid is at your serway to ladies of be always been. It Is the only The values ia this DapartMtit the Hlue Gnus, and While vote in politlcs.'ii is tlie only way to congratulating our good friend, Qislncy, struggle, which attracted, more than lo Edwin De.w'ey Pallins. littje son of vice and the savings resisted. TRY US, cal interest, tne case went to tne jury ,5Ir. and ftlrs. 'Aiva Pullins,..Uied laat vote in nil secret, iraternai organiza- upon his happy choice, va believo the tions. If any Democrat or Republican bride could have chosen for her hus which contrary to public expectation Mondav and Was buried Tuesday at old here on a few things will ' will successfully refute our proposition band in all the State no more splendid brought in the sentence of life im Vaint ick: nav for others vou thought he shall have five years paid tip sub- - typ$ of the true Kentucky gentleman prisonment iaaiead of hanging which, GENT'S F0RNISHIN6S AMD i- rovnlzjvlio haabeen tlie MisslMelle vfas Tecoguized as th6 only punishment scription to the climax ora tree ticket , A vou must omit LADIES' DRESS 600DS "The importance of teaching music commensurate with the crirn, eleven charming' juest or Miss Mattle wnen tue next uemucraiic o e reiurned to in or learning for small of the jury Rt first. boit5 for the death Governor of Kentucky is inaugurated in all institutions : : Come and see ns. IP, Here are some nuU to crack, especial- children" all children lovo io sing. penalty and mily one lor Hie sentence Bichmond yesterdaj. Thus public sentimeiif, instead of should sing dailyi singing ia a lv for the Republicans who use tissue and they Mr Edward Sheppard,, of Knoxvjlle, in want of MILLINERY call and see us, thinking It's easier rest for other work. If songs were in- being: appeased bv thaweniict, felt ont- awotnpariied by hia niece, Miss Hattie ballots in the mountains: we can s;ive you manejv "In disenssingthe object of the Aus- terspersed freely between recitations. raged and was again aroused, and had Yeiser, were tlie pleasant guesfa of Jlr in the store. on the they would tone up the tired iniuds. as not the county orociaki exercised the and last week. tralian ballot system, Wigm-irAustralian Jiallot System, (second edl calisthenics rents the bodies of children precaution o t&lcicg the pgsoners Mr. and Mrs. J. S.i'Soblnaon visitod newB-' On the one hand after sitting for Bomo time. Teaph the off to Frankfort before-ththe lion nage 52 1. savs: Submitted to- - Cash Trade, generally kjicTwanotli- - relativfg ia oar counnuuity Saturday 'it checks bribery antl all thofiejcoriupt children to slug by note. Tbo human verdict became pre this wtek aud,3uday. They lea-vvented- J udKO'J-ynpractices wmuu cuii'iisi. in voting ac- voico is the most perfect musical In ing could Have cording to a bargain or understanding. sttument in the world, and it is quite from sitting in final jitdgmenirn tho to sjiend "ths winter in' Georgia and . No man has over placed his money cor worth while to expend time, labor and case. When six moetbs iter,vfcquire Florida;, Mcrhmj. rTiJTSnlth. Jr... 2feale Ben- ruptly without Batisfying himself that money in learning to use it in soug David Doty was ftseMeinatcdjjMn the . the vote was cast according to the and speecn. Like tne anility to a raw, sama neighborhood tiy WiIlfMa Tay nctteand Jrock.pit seyerrU days. agreement; and when there is to he no this accomplishment Is a lifelong pleaa lor, colored, it wae flung. into jfce face IB our miO oh, nuu.iii eeuiinMt. Tayribe-takt - 44-Si-proof but the word of th . tiro anil solace to the poseaBor. It is ni rWol jpy- 'While J;er4tbey-werMAIN AND'BROATDiAY, lor'a crime wns the outarrowth .of the who mav ha v e mstivtm : thti e t he e iu a retHee in solitude m well M Pftrkeft.- -' v ... , a . , Lexington, Hy. to tnu f..V. I(ll U.llZ-'t- , jp liAUKll I, ,I means t) Laving pleasure to oilwfw. Todd verdict aud it wm all the author- , iuv lire lyi ilrruln"v Ieciocc Th4 wUI'Im" k- kite to pUce any trust iu ush s tue of Not tkai we expect all children to be-- itlds could do to re tram the law Climax. It comeattis ijl-ma- y au, to-le- i REPORTS.. iatitiiiiiiiixiiiiitiii,7.0 ..- - . oO SOS o lie -- . "ill HftNDKERCHiEF- S- o .ao ..ao -- BIRTHS. ! ) v Climax Printing - i? Sarsaparilla. ttSSSrS . Legal-tend. , . lit,. GALOREIty Ioi- the. An . exceptional : oppbr Holiday Season, The first on the lisjb, and of interest to the little folks is the - - o ..ao .too as ..03 as i,CCd e to .& ..oo aa "..OO -. goes?" u Si tuft i - 1 . ..too "too ..toe i?0 ..too tea . too CalUfl-cll...- Dom-iirrH- ,.p inJ U '- . w . . t-..- Fairy Handkerchiefs: Illustrating the old familiar stories of Mother Goose, Rip Van Winkle and They - are also- - vs litablefor Cin-dejrella, itJO ttto 8 too a o tao 0 HB . as tat IS - -- ua: uuiiuyj. I ..too a too ..eQ ..tan -- aboTe-narae- - aj couch pillows.' ' " ' - te ...A ..00 too ri .. VI Ut .GO 33 tatj ao S8 aw 1 e Ladies' plain white hemstitched lmndker- -, Ladies' embroidered and hemstitched, handkerchiefs, 5, 10, 15, 20, 2oc:" ' embroidered and hemLadies' stitched handkerchiefs, 25c. lace edge and hemLadies' stitched handkerchiefs, 25e. handkerchiefs, 10c Ladies' plain Men's colored bordered handkerchiefs, all-line- n, all-line- chiefs, 4c. "ao as a ao ao . . ..too .tao as OO cut-glas- :.-- 9 ..ao to n, . ..CO to -- aa all-line- ri t J. p-- uibj SiASi .ao 03 0 si W Hn-Saxo- n f 1 Men's white hemstitched hankerehiafs5' 5, 10 5 and 10c. all-line- S3 C3 ao 00 and 20e. n Men's hemstitched handker- - - j. ... el v, o Pain kno! con-Dan- usi the-pre.-- -- faint-scente- Men's Japanese silk, fancy, bordered handkerchiefs, 10c. Mea's Japanese silk, initial corner handkerchiefs, 10c. Men's Plaid Mufflers, 25c. Ladies' Suspenders with fancy buekels, 10 and 25c. , Ladies' Pompadour Combs, 5 and'loc. ' .,. Fancy Towels, 15, 20, .25 and 35c , Quiltted Red Satin Slippers, lined" and -- chiefs, 25c. ea too oe ...af ao -a ao -- to ..co an -- -- -- 'as to ..09 --- as as 4r --- ..too .eO toe ao - post-mast- er Plain Brown Felt Slipper, lined- and fur - fur top, $1.50. ... . ..e9 . ..ao ..ao toe too toe top, $1.00. Carpet Fringe, 9c a yd. Small Table Covers, 40e. "CO .oo --- PERSONAL nine-tenth- - If ' er s out-and-o- .... 1 e. you want to give a, handsome Xmas present and one very acceptable, come and purchase One of our figured satin damasks table linen aud napkins to match, $S.00 per set. eo ..oo oo -- "OS oe .ao ..oo OO S(9 "09 too -- too .as oo o I The above are Special Respectfully, Holidaj-leader- s ..ao ..so "09 -CO OO ..a -- 5 CD A 1 1 V - rfbly lf a. tia.. a. a. a. a.. and should interest every purchaser. We can please you. 08 . "OS OO 08 a -- ..eoo OS has-rettir- ned 1 mil 8oaoo .OO ".SO .30 CO .OO tee o oo "too too '.t l'o -- - - 11 VI S LADIES'.... I ilHiII iintne Si 14 is READY A 1 XMAS! Our immense store is now filled to overflowing with the newest, most attractive and. useful articles for consisting of Ladies' Desks, Chiffoniers, China Cabinets, Book Cases, Rockers, Hall ind Library Chairs, Morris Chairs, Jardiniere Stands aud Screens. CiFiBrawer&'Con 1 r.ir well-know- 1 V. Now Stock of Wraps one-wer- e For ct .;' & Xm So $2 00 ' e. ot '''bIHbbHHbbw 2 24 3 00 ' ' - S .6 74 8 00 4 49 ; . LI Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and invite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush. You can. make your purchases now from a full aud complete stock at your leisure, delivered any day during the month you desire. ii's-Avil- -- be-yon- ..... st it iaaies . cai est " . her-hom- Zfr CPPnATV JlLVmlUl WATCH 'mi L:J m &m m g Bl gy fi I. Our - Beautifu- l- Show WisrjQWS - If e ' M Ifij'niiitTMniiPiii-F- III v e - Ul I1LIIL-L.- L cl IIkUUUIL.LI I mM C.FBrower&Co er 1 tt Jw - b l Jtr.--J.B- 1 liornee r 'ntS hoWs tlvcouW I SUPPLEMENT NUMBER 28. bupplement "i'Ll ME 26. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 13, 1899. 11 e Fair to YOURSELF, And call sit our store for FRESH GROCERIES. Everything . needed to make a perfect Christmas Dinner ran be found here. Call and give us your .order before the rush begins. "Vc Don't- fail, tn r?ill inrl v.... -0.0.-5V- FOR THE BEST ( ....... I and best and cheapest ,, . . ... . . . Liiiyuui. r or unrisb- -- "jus j:uuusuver orougnt to Hi hmond, s, Watches, Clocks, Jewelery and rinclud-ingDiauioiiu- pii I ps.. 1..XJVVV. manv NOVETTTTCS too niimp.rnns tn mention. Come and see for vourself, 7t v unv CHRISTMAS TURKEYS, CANDIES AND NUTS, TOYS FOR TOTS, FRUITS FOR CAKES, AND GIFTS FOR FRIENDS. CALL AND SEE W te'ir c" l. y ei t . i ARNOLD BROS. i i it urn . wvrj I The V ,J Jl. it-lJ- Will , r- - J? r f(.J0 Y RESTAURANT. Headquarters for Fresh Fire (KJ KCliaDleU Can- & . V - 'i j Crackers, Roman Candles, and other Fire- Fresh Oysters works. anduCelery in season. . dies. Fruits, Nuts, (f xrtt SBK3rS V ' c,?- - ..kill Jf fc , TflffPfl Eri N SANTA CLAUS will be everything nristmas. more loaded than past years with to make a happy Kespt. Yours, JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI. wi GIVE US... CSU esm, ) K yWwaW,T fef PAw j V rt-- JL V l v .i t i j i rs. rU, W ti ib WKjV ,AJ&-wJy IPv vSVSFti 4 T It I Your order for Christmas Meats. We endeavor to handle onlv the best. We refuse all kinds of Meat t.hnt. is nnt. st.r?rf.l first- olncu T-- Tflll i yaty cr a xx as particular we can count on you as a regular custo- iucr. jjuu l iuil'ci us. IRVINE STBEET. in annoHir 5W . 4 WE ARE READY With the largest and most varied blRh-cIOOODS. CHRISTMAS Standard Books and all kinds of Periodi- als. Give us a call. assort-o- f fcS'-'kU- ' fiVlffi Si12r "A il f ilfc ' S. CADvxves & Co., PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. rT" TrAffl"5'" t IL Coal, Feed, lime, Cement andSand, Fine Vehicles arid-Far- -- JMffilt " "'""BS We have a complete line al.o many of the STANDARD WMSkT3i? S MyCsK?V ble for Holiday gilts. See our line before pur chasing elsewhere as we can save you money or NEW HOOKS. WORKS Mitar gTfc T? New Pirm Iniyinj: toys at our Mure. "We have h illne Assortment of evurytlllni tn please the little" ones. ! Use or the ladle we have he finest line of Millin-r.- y ever hrounht to l.ichmond. Give us a call. Having pnreliiiRed the Produ litisiness of Griiistead & Co., ilially invite my old frien.h ctistotneiB to call on mo at tli stand, where I will pay the hi market prices for all kinds o i uce. Having purchased the stock of groceries from Hurst & Fowler, I cor' dially solicit your trade. I handle the Freshlest Groceries, Cahdies, Vegetables. Feed, etc. Give me your order by 'Phone. Goodsdeliv-ere- d to any part of the city. I H? Zaring's Jffl-DEAL.KRS IN 1 'A DEVORE & BUCKLEY. Cor. Main & B St. J. H. Neff. B. B. BOEN OHA1CGE STBEET RICHMOND, KY i i l&ii A to ps fffle. ts itda r Wagons. ?Storaje aSpecialty. Warehouse Irvine Sti, Near Methodist Church. . buying litUe money (toes a great way when Is foundfromaur select stock at our store. Everything Imaginable of GROCBRIES. " . RIGHMONDTkY-.- .A. 'Pho.vr 110. . jf - 2Wk i DON' T FORGET 1 viceab'lepresent U Turkeys, Chickens,. Cranberries, Celery, Oysters. Rnisens, Currents, Cibron, Laj'er and Cooking. Figs, Candies, Nuts, Oiiinges, Bananas ever While pondering over what to buy for We have a Christmas Present. many things, in our store that would makie handsome and-ser- V. and beg" to mention the mtny thing, needed to make Christmas complete, so giveus a call and we will take pleasure In showing our vast stoclc. In the way of Christmas presents we have one of the nicest display brought to Richmond. W cannot and Lemons. nmcAU NEW FIRM. JOHN TURLEY. IkA . E. DEATHERAGE & CO. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable. Headntfarters for Nice Horses afad'rlipBs'atreason&ulejrates and polite attention ito all Fox's old stand. : p -- White & Gibson In n ovemownK'iintr Circuit Court? ' tVn'T-rtnni' nimcBTViiia-- tat ion tlitf theatrical Tf e'ent of the pncii season is Blisters, Red or Brown Fatches, Blotches, tho returns. The prize .Tlio token abore mentioned was a one which would "crown lie soughtand Catarrh. RheaniMUHB.'etc.'are nil Uue his.- long properly intscrib- :bcaut!fnl silver jiddfvl cured is Vind hln6d;Bil make himself the epb" BaT a Riclii r. tiiKlr w(sn(l-tHrit.-iiiiaiur- ' successor! 7" -? as ; h occi m-- KmWW055iiii JK 0 HISTORY OF APPENDICITIS. i LATEST-OPINIO- w nn NS OF PHYSICIANS ON s izfZMizMiz ns b n si iK(KV Tl IIII JJ 1 K I '; - THE HUMAN APPENDIX. , JNey York Sun.J Ml When it is said that the literature of appendicitis down to and including the year 1898 comprehends morn than 2,500 published articles, dissertations and books, more than half ot which have appeared within the last Ave years, the reader will probably think there are a few things about appendicitis ho doesn't know, no matter bow much his friends have told him about it and how to avoid if , and he will also believe that the medical men have 1iiii strivinsr laudably to tell one IMPORTANT CLOTHING jjl l 1I 1 another all that they know about it Dr. George M. Edebohls, of the city, in the current Medical Record presents "A Review of the History and Litera ture of Appendicitis." in which he has collated the salient facts buried m that mass of bibliography, all but a very small part of which has been consulted self-deni- al in le1 iinalsd prosp ue of fl y, wh 'tie. Sat niMiis low an' iisun'si ta'ntlyJ liscoyd vue :ri mVJ6 jlned parties wno. 1 were and A f.ldcst man. jail a guard vent werct: burnni law vci tratori jllBtlCti Kvas Dp 'trialC! 'eutir CUUll nhleaH OUtllf three,? strugfl cat inj wntc brou 'pris'o in the original. Good people who have exercised the in de worthy virture of cliuiug the beneficial grape as an article of diet in its natural state, 60 as not to endanger their vermiform ap pendices, may find provocation to the unbecoming act known sometimes as kicking one's self when they read of the number of bodies other than grape seeds which "nave heen found in these bothersome saes. Dr. Edebohls mentions a grain of oat a fin of a fish, a fruit stone, a chocolate nut, melon seeds, fherry stones, prune stones, raspberry seeds, a date seed, orange seeds, tomato seeds, a bean. Even medicines may jtoawry in that survival, if it be a survival, of some state wherein A gelatine it could be serviceable. capsule is included in the list of foreign contents of that magazine. There is a reminder for boarders in the list, too", for, althougn butter isn't mentioned, hair is recorded as having been found there. Huckleberry and ,bluokberry seeds, a piece of the shell ot a hazel nut, peanuts, a piece of chestnut, a bristle, a glazier's point of zinc, a globue of solder, a piece of bone a cartridge, a piece ol a screw and a knot of a heavy silk ligature that had been used in some tibdominal surgery ar also in the list, which takes it also entozoa and coproliths; entozoa is thete Ascandes lumbricoides. varieties; Oxyurls vermicularis and Tricocepha lus dispar. Next to coproliths, Dr Edebohls says, pins have been the foreign bodies must frequently met, a statement which without intputioual slight to the coproliths it may be said furnishes a mute approval of the uni-eiobjections to mothers to the infantile tendency to gobble pins, and possibly a warning to mothers ai.d others who utilize the mouth in lieu o a uiu cushion. This list, according to the confronting assurance of Dr. Edebohls. is by tin means a complete one. It used to bethought that these foreign bodies were the cause of appendicitis. But Dr. Edebohls says that in the light ol modern views the permanent lodgement ot foreign bodies in the appendix is probably more frequently the result than the cause of appendicitis. The causative factors in the produi-tio- n of the disease, he says, are universally admitted by all writers to be very generally local in character. Attentiut has been called to an analogy between quinsy and appendicitis; heredity as a cause and "family appendicitis" have been spoken of. Baeteria play an im portant part in causing the disease. Gouty appendicitis has been described Rheumatism has been pnt down as cause. One man finds the chief caubt-ithe action of the psoas lnucle, and one calls appendicitis an epidemic infectious disease. Some New York physicians assert the grippe is a frequent cause of attack of appendicitis Then besides inflammatory appendicitis theie are other pathological conditions ol the appendix; among them tuberculosis and cancer of the appendix. Bacteria thrive with such success in the sac that it has been called a cdlture investigation tube. Bacteriological has shown m practically every case, appendicitis to be due, Dr. Edebohls says, to bacterial invasion ol the appendix walls. The germs may get into the tissue of the appendix by means of the blood. There is a report of an observation of the passage of the bacterium from an appendix ahces through the intact wall of a neighbor ing organ, so that it would almost seem that the menace of the appendix and the ill appertaining to it were relentless as fate. Records of appendicitis, although not by that name, which the doctor says is a barbarism, go back to 1042. The early ones for more than, a hundred years only describe a condition now described as appendicitis. The first recognition of appendicitis as a distinct disease was in 1759. but even down to 1838 knowledge of the existence of the disease was by no means general. lit 1847 the diagnosis of appendicitis began to be made. The bacteriology of the ''disease was not studied until 1891. Dr. Edebohls says: "The diagnosis of (Continued next week.) u! The time has come that our business must be wound up. have an immense line of We Clothing, F Hill! Si! I II g Goods, S hoes All the latest styles and serviceable goods. Theynuist be disposed of. We call your attention to the splendid values to be found in every department. Don't think of buying a SUIT OR OVERCOAT Before giving our stock a look, WE WILL SxWE YOU money. MS 0IMS as GOOD ALL GOOD AND SPLENDID VALUES. MEN'S OVERCOATS, AT PRICES TO PLEASE YOU. L BOYS' COATS, ASSORTMENT AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP. BOYS' SUITS, JUST THE THING AT THE RIGHT PRICE. M N'S UNDERWEAR, Many Bargains COVINGTON MITCHELL MjL Vjz vj jz vj T Iviz ZMIM lMIZ' Mtz Ml IN. I thcac .Z - il rs 'Mi' tj i fi fs 7f 7I 7f 7f 7f Ml1 i iz TTXrmWStr. bf the jury'Rtfiret5boio.f(f thgVUeatlf Bichtnond Telnniea- yesterdajpo.naity.ana i)niy oneior jno Kiueu public BentimentTflnstead.. of Shoppard. - J ,'of ."yr , irv r yrrr- - t-- - - - HnoxYile, I m iiTini-fli-ii- u ... vnrr ' J 111 n - " IT'S NOT THf pftmF vni g xuu Kuuor-yflp::r,-r ; 1 w pw uw " 'life' IT f . .. a.BtfSe fair. ju ;t mna trm ever "llowa with milt and wX?.' y 'v : - lt ,v . nar " ; - r - " - "ATma. we Yau,fcay be a Son oC,Toil, amid the world's turmoil,. G LD SANTA-GLAUo body. ' . lkHMf , - i S 5'; you dirt S, S, I nnftSftS8, H& L that sSfS? feWSitt S"ranefi;to ro5oR fQtei BtUl, as thrpttffJs this life you. go, all joys here below veuftU8e,evfyda3'adtijat'stfunH3'! in th0 Depend oniWHATYOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY! AT THE . ltWrrf Call d see us. and be fiomplote'.fin&df Boots nu. Shoes found in Biehmond and at save you money on eacrlpurchase. NKHINGS, atsuch'extreme ft.feM wr "f nTGH GRADE tofo PRICES as wo are , . gg ir STO , 35 mls t Mc-Klnl- At this seasdn of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY ' GOODS. You all want a present ot' some' kind for some- - t? m T T7 j m j- - m i2r mjr , s A 15 AT if v Rtehilns tt Rtee! mm T mm o.v vw.wwviavw m. vv j-- i,-r--- ;' Goods. and Notions, . : ' In addition to our immense stock of Staple and jTancy-Dr" wahavetidded a complete assortment of : y , Whereas, Almighty God has Been One of Handsome Dressing Cases, Toilet Sets, Manicure: Sets, 7ork Boxes, Ladies' "Work Hotel Bakery. .the craeles murdarg ever It is announced that President IjanOO fit in His wisdom to take from us our Baskets and Fancy Baskets, Music Boxes, Albums, Chiuaware- Sets, Handsome Vases, beloved brother, R. S. Itiee, be It committee, occuiTedirV this office last J. Clay, has decided to appoint Hon. H. MitS.BsMard Wins. week. IiiMligtissuo we' published a of this city, one of the thirteen WEDNESDAY. DEC. 13. - - - 1899. tl'eroforo Dolls, Toys of all kinds for children and Picture Frames for Ladles. Miss May Ballerd, daughter of Walfrom that scholarly Commissioners from the United States JiesohaL that in the death of Brother communication . ter Ballard, representing- Caldwell Bice. Madison Lodge.No. 14, 1. O.K., lady ancLifted writer Mrs. Mary W- - to the Pails Exposition in 1900. The Dr. Hobson, Dentist. 0. High School, demonstrated her superi- has lost oue of illianwon, describinguhe of its best and truest mem- Ashevllle and the wondersbeautiesthe placets purely honorary.althoughtS 000 Is allowed for "expeiieer," the design ority as an elocutionist liy'winn'iRK the bers and that we extend to the family of Toy folding beili. at Collins,.. prize over Miss Mariam Poland, the our deepest sympathy k'tlieSr hour of "Land or the Sky." Our infection being, in common with all Nations, to were of the best; our spirit whs will- have our government represented Jby talented representative of tho school of bereavement. Bo it forther Toys at C'lUins,' . Commissioners who will maintain the Miss Madje Wilbon, df yatea. r JicaolKd, that thtse resolutions be ing but tho flesh was "weak result, a dignity Qaeensware at co&t, at Collins.' anil honor of the United States. pUDtisiieil in each of the newspapers thousand and one typographical errors M r Our priees-othese Holiday Goods will be much cheaper. than they are .. to be found and Mrs. Clay will be most fit repRli BiRsHan n Ht Mirmt.. and, that copy berseHt to the family. that ruined tho Orthography, murdered Everything in toy. Hue, at Collins the English, distorted the facts, and resentatives and in honoring our disanywhere else as it is a side line with us and we only carrythe' line, for theT accommodation Ladies of the Methodist church have B. Jooktt. metamorphosed a beautiful composi- tinguished fellow citizen, the President v' . arranged for the coming of llalph Toy pistols and fire works, at of our many Customers. J,D. Ekkxetl1 Com. tion into a has conferred an honor on onr city and ruination. Bingliaw.Jthe great impersonator and N. B. TuKi-.v- . J Mrs. Williamson, we are covered onr State. humorist. The entertainment mIU be with embarrassment ; we make apology CHt Hi; Threat. CliristiiiHs caudics.' nut, fruits, at held in the lower court room Tuesday "We liave just closed a cloak deal with oneof the Largest .Cloak Factoriesin the Card el ThMfts. most ample, retraction most complete. evening', December 19. Tickets will Upon', the testimony of phvsicians In fact, we have punished wViptpItv wp' rilrrhnfeprl pvapv Gn.rmfinfc- :frt Sfbp.S pritiVftt fVint.nrv .nmhiinf.rn'rr nit-cf'dllios ' th printer The family of the lateE. E. Mitchell be on sale at Stockton & Hafau's drug and others. Richard S. Rice was adoy compelling him to eat a column of wish to maxe .tncee stords", Rich- acknowledgment oi i Thousand poUars;Sv6rth. "We Toy bureaus, lressiersr .safes, bed- store. judged of unsound mind laat TiiKsdav "pi," and ask that you give as an their gratitude to the kind people of --fanil ordered sent tc the aeylum. steads, at Collins.' mond, Mt Sterling and Georgetown." "We bought these cloaks very lc Next to redeem our credit. Gels a PreitfeR at Wm4Imm. Kiciimono, ivy., lor tne unbounded uay wnen deputy tenerm uoiyer called price fpr FRESH NEW GOQDS, If you need anything in Ladies', Misses' or Children's Ralph Bingham, at Court House, sympathy and hospitality extended to Mr. J Speed Smith. Jr.. at this cltv. for Bice, the latter asked to bo allowed Thtt Waaderlul nijrlit, Dec. .19. Tuetday mom in tneir bereavement. k Cars. Cioaks, Fur CdlRiretts or Collars,, you can save half the price by Duying from this stock. sou of Capt J. Speed Sniitlirlis been to go np stairs to dress for the journey .The brotherlv devotion of Mr. R. fi IT. Cnv " to Mr. Harry S. Morgan informs ns ington, the christian love and sympa CALL AiND D.biiv TJlJliM. Pure U.'i8 given. Teeth extracted given a good position in the IT. S. Cen-- J thoLexington. He did not return and officer went iJepariment uitlinut pain by Dr. Hobso.t. decC-t- f suseasily" capable atof Washington; He delayand lound up to investigate" the that the notice in tho Coma describ- thy of the church of Which he was a discharging the is the unfortunate man ing his wonderful prehistoric corn -- Two rooms full of toys, at Collins' duties of tho position which his friends sweltering in blood, having cut his brought him letters and orders from! member, the fraternal fidelity of the Each and every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our great store will be here are pleased to know he has se throat w.ith a razor, severing the carotid many places, some from the far Vest, Masonic order exhibited so beautifully " :' tirocery. offered at an ENORMOUS SwCRIFICE PRICE for the next 15 days, we wish to close artery and jcgular vein. Evidently he Dr. M. A. Bogie, of Kansas City, an toward the beloved, appeal to us in, cured. expressibly, and as a family we will preferred death to incarceration in an . iMipt. Wagers ly was particularly in the entire Jot before the Holidays. - Change ol Veu." ; t asylum, and in a lucid moment deter- teresSed and onlcred some of the corn. ever hold the olace and neonlo in over $1,000 with which to pay county t grateful remembrance. mined to end all thus. Deceased was In the sensational case of Hume Tho facts briefly, told are these t At M. A. McLaIn, TJn.:v8: llauss & Adair, in whieJiVub- - a well known farmer and leaves several Marked Tree, Ark., in a huge mound Our Men's, Boys' and- Youths Boots and Shoes wilt be 'sold regardless of cost for Oamdox Mitchell, brothers. Read tlieCi.iMAX,ai.uUtelll)e sequently the Commonwealth assum constructed there 3.000 years ago.! fifteen d&3Ts. "We take stock during the Holidays and. don't. want the. trouble of taking anjr Fisaxk W. Mitchell. you siiw his ad. inHUwiiai'Hsf.tlv ed jii prosecution, the defendant's who were recently discovered the skeletons 'lipipsus. more stock than we can possibly help. If you need- - Ladies' Fine dr. Coar.se- - Shoes, Chil, pre uuder bond, were granted by Judgo Rcselutiens el Resfcct by of a race, to which wo are Richmend Cem- ,, . HALF FARE Scott; a change of venue to the third indebted for their belief that after death dren's Shoes, Baby Shoes, or anything in that line get our LOWCLOSING OUT CUT - Toyrooking ttovrs, bnuks, drams, the person needed food to sustain s! iff'rs. doll buggie's, rocking, horse's, day of the March term of the Jessamine PRICES ON THEM. WntiKfiAs. on Saturday, December 2, and implements of warfare to hunt Circuit Court. 'J i.ntCollins. at 0 o'clock p. m., Elmer Ellsworth with While on his long journey to .the To Richmond and return. Episcopal Church to Htvc.a.Sale end Mitchell, a cherished member of onr beyond, hence they burled com, arrows: Buy Railroad Ticket to Rich-I- vetli ' Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the orderdeparted this life, bo it noted: and other articles in these mounds. A mond and Dinner. jTCitracied, 25 cents. take the Railroad That "in iiis death we have lost a huge earthen pot of corn of a peculiar Ult. Hobson, Richmond.y. The ladies of the Espicopal church member jvho had not only our highest color and unnsual size of grain, was Agents Receipt give thatre- a aiticles and llianksgiviuc pastries In abnnd-'- i will have sale of fancy 14, On Main esteem for his proficiency in the sever- found: This corn has been tested and eeipt with this card to DR. dinner oi"TlnirstToyv tho al branches of Masonry, bat as one the results astonish the agricultural: HOBSON and have $5 worth ai.et. on sale atZimmcr'u'IIotel Bakery street, in the vacant store next to tho who understood its and world. Each bears from 2 dichnronil "National Bank, to which practiced its precepts,principlesa man, ears, each ear stalk 16 inches long,to 11 of Dentistry done and.you get iljanOO 12 to and as and they invite The public" 'and promise who intjvery walk of life met the obli- it is capable of yielding 250 bushels to Miss Pearl Jorrix. only daughier of V ree .Hotel Accommodations them tire value of- their money. gations and responsibilities that camq theecre! Mr. and Mrs. C O. Korris, of Union, before the Holidays, so now is the time to load up. and Free Railroad Ticket;! Tiponhira witlta firmuess and a true- -' Ears weighing over a pnnnd have nu t .Mr. Claik Rice w ill, Je ,niarre(i Must be Wcund up. nes3 seldom known to nn. Tin hnd jlpon. been crown in nosthern Missouri. It Home. Detfinber 'JO. The death of E. E. Mitchell has neces-- ! ly engraven on his heart those nrinci- - grew to perfection in northern Illinois, 3irWnte to make eiijga- - Thero ill tirt attali nrfrellng of llie sitated a winding up of the.- butincss of pics wnicn suouiu disttniruisti us as a southern Indiana and Missouri. Severe Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments qt (Jovingtoii & jtfitciieil. in Chiistian order. He loved Masonry A. O. C. V. Lain? nextWillayv'ch-in- (liunrm storms created great havoc with Held ments ana ior special prices. are- overflowing with good things.. GIVE US A CALL. Order to make a 'settlement witli the at 7 o'clock. All uionibcr's are re it taught the brotherhood of corn, generally but the Keference: Any Bank in decvaseil heirs, wild .resides.in' .Other man, and Knighthood, because' it pro- stood tbe gales and was uninjured, "jut stcil to be prewsut. the immence stock of goods claimed the redeeming and everlasting while others were laid flat on the Richmond,, the Postmaster or States, V. O. Goocher. 1the on hand w ill ,ba disoosed of at bargains love ot .(jurist .lesus. ground. Its great root growth and County Judge. 25 per cent cn.irble man, has moved to Niclidlas-- '; Ibee big'HunoUuceuient on our supple His life wasa.Iivine examnlo to hp. strong brace roots, which in some cases redaction from regular prices Mllo, and with "C. T. Jaek(?on. of this ment. and his death, when seemingly at life's tiave been noticed 20 inches above the dec6-t- f t. nn. will go into the monument threshold, a solemn warning. His Ufa soil, enable it to stand firm on the for cash. City Officers Elected, 'jr t was lull of love for his friends, his earth. A?ND GET YOUR SHARE GET IN THE BANDWAGON, FOLLOW THE CROWD It's hard for a fellow to keen his Mr. Morgan has a small supply of The new City Council on Tuesday church, his country; and his memory Judge Scott sentenced a younc; boy, - bis friends ana the com and will bo elad tosed in small trousers creased when he is courting. night last elected the following officers: will ever live amourVERY RESPT., OF THE POOp THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE. Elf rt SJnis to three years in the new in his church, as One Siatt'Ilfnuse of Rform at lixincton. Tax Collector, Col. David R. Freemad; tion anujaitntnuoaiiworthy of imita quantities. Address, H. S,. Morgan, Assistant I ist yinpleted. Tills ifthViirsfinniatel Clerk, ofC 'B. JEIauiilton;Dndlev and 4a name, Elmer Ellsworth, jus vow?., his White Station, Madison county, Ky. which should Police. Charles Chiet 'i utTrom Madison. . To assist digestion, relieve distress fC. JJ'iieil; AssCtsor, Ed R. Rowland; be an inspiration to all generations, Harris-Aacwer Ceaibs. alter eating or drinking too heartily, -- If you have any oak, ash, poplar or" street commissioner, wasti. uerrin-gor- ; helped him the more- to love his counto prevent constipation, Uke Hon, Wns. T. .Harris, who was Hostlor, Jeff Tribhle, Jr. All try. Be it- farther 'walnut logs or trees, and wish to seln good men. Jlesolved. that tills notice be snread at awarded tho certificate of election by ' , 'tliein for cssh, write large upon our records, given to the a majority of 58 votes in the late race RICHMOND, MT. STERLING .AND. GEORGETOWN A Fr'es Christmas Guide.. local papers, and sent to the family of for Representative of Madison, is preRoy & Sopkk Co., Sola everywhere, as cents. paring his answer to the notice of con2!i Gui presents its read- the deceased. NichdlasvtlleKy. Climax The 1 D. P. Armkk. test served apon him by his late DemHaiina would tax the schooners of ers free, a Xmas guide to tho firms Ronr. A Bobn'am, ocratic opponent, Hon. Wm. Combs. the poor ffinn, butfsubsldiro tho vessels Four hundred choice, pure bred who have made greatest preparations Mr Combs bases his contest upon al- of the rich. Jons A. IIigqiks. J Pl mouth RoqK cocketels nni'l! pullets to supply the public with things needed leged irregularities, such as open votf"i sale at 50 cents encli orSo perdozn. Uuriug Uie holidays, both in toys and As a cure for rheumatism I'hamber- Iih'v will c t yon SI each after Dec gifts, and the necessities and luxuries "The School Kme'H The Hill,"' at MllliM.. ing in Bearwallow, illegal throwing out of ballots at Duncannon, insufficiency lain's Pain Balm is gaining a viido 1 Kegs, 15 for &0 ;ents yon Iptvc onlx a little money of life. If Friday last. December . the clos of ballots at BiggeretafL These wonld reputation. D. B. Johneon. of Rich Hits. H. H.'CotYER. to spend put it to good 'advantage by of Mis "Belle Million's .school convert tbe Kepnblican majority of 58 mond, Ibii , has ,been troubled with s.pt20-t-f ltichmoud, Ky. buying of our supplement advertisers. that ailment since 1S02. In sneaking of will long be remembered by those pres into a safe Democratic majority. Ralph Bingham. ent It was "visibly plain that the On the other hand, Mr. Harris' at- it ho says: "I nover found anything The Big Four A Girt to Give. MWP. Id sluggish liver, Herbine, by its FUR A SUXX'CiJKB This renowned impersonator will ap- Wishes all iU patrons a merry Christ least reference to this being the last" torneys have taken testimony showing that would relieve me until I used Tetter, and Eczema. beneficial action, upon the biliary tracts, Chamberlain's Pain Jtalm. It ack like day., would IA dtaastrOtts to the even that in some preciuts where the Demope:ir at the Court HousevTuesday night mas is often difficult to decido what to It Twealy-Sy- e The intense itching and smarting inciYears Owstairt Use Witkeit renders the bile more fluid, nnd brings and a nappy new year, ana an 19. He I too good to miss. nounces the sale of Holiday Excursion ing program, ror mien love anrt crats received heavy majorittes, irregu- maeic with me. Mv foot was awo-llcet thelivcrjnto a sound, hearthy condi- dent to these diseases is instantly allayed is a your friends: for holiday gifts. Hero a raitarr. I have never seen exhibited larities of a simitar nature were prac- and paining me very mach, Bbc one suggestion i by Tickets at very low rales, December 23, by history of Appendicitis. chlldrea to"" a teacher, or ticed, which, It is said, would more good application of Pain Tialm ?4Ieyed 'The first i'ndicatloa eteretep is hoarse- tion, thereby banishing tlie sense of Skin"applying. Chamberlain's Eye nnd "Good morning, Jennie, I Iirlvo Ointment. Many yery bad raises SO, tU and January lf returning-iwo- d drowsiness' lethargy," andjhe general me. Jjor sale by Perry fc Thomas, lm ness, The old practice vica versa. Aiiipiidiciti.t is becomint; such a aud in a rbild snbjectto that feeling-o- f apathy which arise from dis- have "been permanently cured by it. It brought you a nice present," said Gerunul January 2, 19Q0. Remember to teach from 6 te 6 or you dont earn than offset the latter's gain, and leave iliwcaso the t iaM.uc.-hadisease jt may be tahen as a suro sign orders of the liver. Price 50c. Perry is .equally efficient for itching piles and trude, aa she handed her friend a neatChristmas' conies but- - once a year. your money" .h not now" ih 'TOEae.' Mr. Harris stili the victor. JTlie preacher with his third wife and its lilutory and iuj other wou-- d Yotir friends will bo glad to seo'you! of an attacky dec6-Ita favorite remedy for sore nipples; ly wrapped package. looking plrl. who & Thomas, Liberty loving people ha-f- "passed as. tne ulixax understands tiie case, Roberts with ins three wives will bo on o Tho pale, weary ful facJ xbout it, on oui supplement Is a :jyiMar rough chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites Call on agents of Big Four Route for that, and the new hicher nlan neither side charges actual fraud iu the the same, fooling in heaven. cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Uenie-d- y The clockmakcr may talk, shop, nnd and chronic, sora eyes. 35 cts. Ier box. was slowly recovering from severe illJtea'i and learn. particulars. Warren J. Lvncb,.Uen'l. has been adopted, that love is stron .election, bat siropiy mat "technical er , ness, opened the bundle and held up a, rors were committed by ameers of the is give.n airswn as the child becHes yet his remarks are timely. Pasa & Tinket Agt; W. P. Deppe. A. G. ger and more powenut man tbe rod. Whisky Medieiaes. r Mr. Crutcher poointed.' medicine election whose acts, if strictly construed hoarse, oreyen after the croup cm P. G T. Agt., Cincinnati, O. Br. Cady's Ce&dition Powders, are largo bottle of clear, rich sheexelaimed. The following program was well ren- according to law, would alter the re "Hood's Sarsaparilia!" The temperance press is emphasizing appears", it will p?evet tlie- attar k. It "Sell Preservation just what"3" horse needs when-iUpon inoii'Sii of the Piirvivipg rela bad dered, and the Jjtllo jfolkd acquited turn, None Other Can Teuch it. in Madison county, but the danger to the home in the use of is used in many thousands of.honw'in condition. Tonic, blood purifier 'and "I have been reading abont it tives of the Into J3. li. Mitchell. Mr. W, themselves with MiKli'lioflflf:" n t s Is the first law pf nature." For this vermifuge. probably in every county in the State. "medicines'1 which are Joaatetr With "t h i4 "Broad tapdiMitT diaa ppi 1. They are not food but and wished I had a bottle." was able Cruiclif r was aiiointed HduiIilistVa-- t fulics need not go fartherthan Rich beSong 'lAmenca,'"- br school. whisky or alcobal. In this respect, as On New Yenr's Day Jennie We nave yer to reson everyone who is ill desires toun-- medicine .and the best in use to pat a r of the liecwsed. A better selection mond to find an exclusive china store Speech "I'm a Little Brown Eved The statement is made that the tetter oi well its in the remarkable cliaracter df the anxious mothers. impure or ' horse in prime condition. tho streets, and to her Icara bf a single ineSaaee in which It come well These have to Hood's the election liw in one or another Price 25 to be out onremarked how well sho ould not havo lienii made. wheie everything is on sale that fancy GirJ," by Delia Roberta. friends who medicines dif- has not proved effectual. No other poverished blood turn is dwregarded'hy all fer, cures, Dr. Teats per package. at Messrs. McCann & bpeecli 1 am faix xears Old." bv minor particular,carelessness or ignor- tliolrfrom other preparations. could because they know it will was looking she simply said: "Hood's Dr. preparation can sliow aech .a"; record For Sale. parties through Dcatherane'. The house is full of such Manette Peyton. blood and and purify ance, such as failing to swear illiterate. Piercd's Golden Medical Discovery constant me with enrichgood health. theirtake this mediWhen you Fee a man eager to confess Sarsaparilia," and every one of them Eighteen and one. quarter acres of things a Royal Sax Vases, Xioapges To Recitation "The Littks Seed."bv Ri- - blind, or otherwise disable voters, be and "Favorite. Prescription" contains out a laiiure: rerry t& them a a knew it was this great medicine that for aae-agoud laud, two iiiih-- tSitof Uicliinoiifl, china, Wedgwood, Dresden, Belleek, lorn no nor is. first appearance of impure small fault the chances are he has had given back her health. lm fore stamping their ballots, eta. ete. MO.alcohal.'whisky or other intoxicant Thomas, . !? cine on the important step toward self largecoue to conceal. "particulars Bavarian, jvtistrian, Carlsbad, Royal an the Irvine pike. "For Speech "What These Hands Will This oversight and other blood is an and are equally free froir. opium, co'! Worchester, etc. in sets, or single do," by Ruth Million., ajdressr." in the rail on or There generally comes a time 's Have you a cold? A doso of are alleged By the liepubrMuta. to have caine and other narcotics. Every fanV; Mbneyismad te be the servant of preservation. pieces, vases, blsotic ugnres, Composition Rev;; A. J.Tnimn.E. Birds. Winter and Sura- - been eomniitted iu Honey of Tar at bed time will re life of a man who has money to burn the Coart Howe. llyBhouId have a copy of., the People's man, aud I protest against all theeries Meed's Pitts cures sick headache, in- medahiouSr hall, or parlcr nior,' by Second Language'class. ljinOO Ky. move it. Price 25 and 60 cents.' Perry when It is necessary lor him to sift the McCreary, and other big Democratic Common Sense Medical Adviser, sent that eutbroae'mpaey and lamps; also dolls, and dishes, and a ashes. digestion. Recitation "What a big Man & Thomas. decC lm Anil r tforra' (rZa.iii ,.an absolutely free, on receipt' of stampe'fce rGirirta Children, Put This intYour Scrap 'Bock. thousand pretty things to be found, no Might bo," by Elmer Deatherage. that if the LeuUlatore takes eoVuisaHCv pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 "My son has been troubled for years else iu town. '' bpoecii "wno 1 Jjove, The first advantage of a monopoly is By the time a man succeeds in reach- with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago by J tattle stamps for tbe book in paper The as Ve" aM t'10 ( whore The Xtrftfa. taer Leo Million. materials ing the top of the ladder he Is too old should not tail to cut out and preserve Irregularities ia Democratic caver, or 31 stamps for cloth binding. Has found that her little ones ar im- to lower the price of the raw that 3 ij Asher Suit flechferf. I persuaded hlnx to take some of Chamto enjoy the scenery; Vocal Dttette "No, Sir," bv Joe admit that Mrs. (d:i W. Harrison's address luade precincts wore than offset them. Bat Address Dr, R. V .Pi erce , lii iTaio, N.Y, proved mere by the pleasant Syram of furnished by the, people to berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea before the g At 2 o'clock yesterday. Judge Scott Glenn and Cecil Burl Million, of tht Daughtem of tlxs. Legilatuta awardath Fbr broken limbs, cldlblainsiburns Remedy. After using two bottles uf Speech J'l ata a Very Little Girl,"' in event Odd tbatsome mea stand np Figs, when in need of the' laxative efHie Confedorai'v herel Jtds printed on delivered his decision iu the Sensation to Mr .Combs, the Republicans seat ,, fect of gentle renledv, ihan by any In biliousness,, Herbine. by expelling scalds, h raised shins, sore throat, and the 25 cent size he was cured. I give ' "" al suit of A. R. Ashcr, of Leslie county, by Lucy MiIUeu,..v wJro(sile page. will fight the case to the bitter eadT fr Senator Quay in order that he may oiher. aChildren, enjoy it.wd it bene from the.lody th6" excesses, purifies the sores of every kind, apply ISallard's this testimonial, hoping some one simitecitation-- r "JM Turnip," by Tom tnroogh the Madisita circuit court and be seated. vs.Atie Suttthern LamberCo.,of valley " tr,u remedy, ayraji o: blood, and 6iies up and stretigthcnta Suew Liniment.. It will give imtned-M- e. ilarly afflicted may read it and bo tits them, Are You Our Frio? View, this county, giving judgment "Roberts. ' relief and beal any wound. Price benefited " Thomas C.Bower, Gleneo, Tliere are fev ailments so'uncoaafor-tabl- e Kius. Is manufactured bv tlie California the entire gvstein. Price 60ctB, Perry by Joe' tho court oi apjseais. 'llie sum suil :or Address far thecsiefeodaiits. you are a friend 'pf this ptvpeT-yoIf Tin dec6-l& Thomas. 'j 25 abd 60c. Perry k. Thomas. decCTtn O. For sale by Perry & Thomas. as piles, but they can easily be "FijVyrun Qo.. only "n in a receet issue oi tne i'lixax we will read over onr ;stippleni3iit. tfcls wS aboutf 13.000 for a differeiKje ef log Glenn MitIioa.stated the caee more briefly than above, cured by using Tabler's 2ockeye PlK Compotdiiof-';.Cfrlj'Uand Asuer sometlifug or other from nwsurneiits, winch Mr. wi'ek and buy but added tnat as to the meuta ot Mr. Oinfment. Relief follows its use, and by First Messrs. siineof tlto advertit'eH wlio jtronieed shd'aied- was due him. and S. A. James JeciUtiatl J.LBgBa(s efaas: For," by Combrceulest we had nothing to say aay one suffering from" pi iWean'nbt Tte iinedf Wlechester, Sulli our Ciiistmas tiuppfimenC Tell the van, of tHw city, represented Jf. li. Frank Kobeta, We understand that some Democrat to nexket to give it atrial. Price tnerchaut where von saw his ad. Burleaqae 'Y kee in" Love." by I. have construed our remarks aa a reliee-- ,36 sents ia bottles, tubes 75cis. Perry Farrin, President of the Southern Lum & Thomas. dee(Vln ' tio upott Mr, Combs, while others ' . ere Garnett Million. New Wall Paper ftee fcHUrhiir.e'. Mr. Astiors lawyers her Co. Recitatvoa "TLe Dead Doll,"?yCe-ci- e probably those whe wanted to ace hies Messrs. Biack, McOrearyj "Cobb" and fe Thomas Tho drug firm of Perry oer Man ia the creature of God and taobey oeieated nave complimented Burl Mitlio. y has installed a perfectly beautiful linn Fuulknr. Judge tjcott ordered a disSoDg "Raiotae ,ad be Glad," by ataicaect We wn4t nor to say that is tbe eMature of man- ot wall papers and have Mr. "W. L; charge, of the attachment we have not altered onr eri zioai otstsiaB ; j, IxeJd, a bkilled artist, to hang and had sued oat, thus closing thar.Rtil8 for School. of tbe integrity or fairness of the'Defla-ecrat- ic The disposition of children largely" deforate rooms to suit all taste, and thirty aavs. It is'poeaiblo the decision to. ltesoluttomateapectand affection candidate, and cannot "be lurari nepenoe upon neaicn k tny are, troutljilion. oar beloved Mirs Bll will be sppealed from, though Ro notkri? purses. No trouble to sb.ow goods. from his opprt by flattery or other bled wi(h worms, they will be krita- tof.chor. by the pfipils of Million school .; haa been and par ha its seraug23-t-f ' iBSiuuations. And we know of ne ble, house on the hid. iously akk. "White's Cream Vermifuge Ztm at L'mim, many obstacles Democrat wha l:g given the ease First. .Realising the Fined W Each. is a worm expeller and tonic kv very- be- atodv, who. belle vm! that Mr. Cottha ia to Met us At ' the Lexington Oimr Jr3rousef that seemed one by one at thebeen'ovw-- enirecea ia an illezitintata aefaataka. make 25them healthyc awl cheerful. At their trial last ck in the U. S., : i&' ? tnA ginning and have ti'P'iR ft -r &1i cens. Porry k Thomas, lm t'wurt at Covington, Ed House and R- Chrietinae Matinee and HeKt.the ereat- come until now tha laat dayf aurxiaac however much.auch lair,ocrat niay de- - Price Ti.-:."-themanss arop tne wnole ntuie. Mr. Monopoly In private haoadc ia indei' li ikes, both of Hub county, were school is about to. eoae, there: is" on sue by Mr. Charles hued SI00 each for using the U. S. will be presented company. This FiQh more- - to give an ,our a ear teacher. Combfi is subject to hie party's wis! tea, fensible any stand point abd ' k lhaj This fs mail in schemes to defraud. Tho imm's exeellet m and we know tbar he is not aniuiatad tolemble. mm as, i other indictments against them, were rdmv' mte fntnous by Mrs. Leo Car so doing we wlafc tapre our ttettis by a deaiie to get anything but (tee. tvti Ht" bad a mot wondriIrtnd is not he alone, n 'ed away. loyet-t'yw, 7Hm Belle, for ttve and it party of the statebut tha .Demo- . "Ha Janghs host who .UuIhi last." , btMaeiSMaiiearwtr at '.he Garrick 1 1sea and 'f that desood If yon take Hood's garaaparilta. you ao twvw1y cratic words ei HBsssssL MtrT or; extehding trf If C. U. Whw. Wfaiia. we are aware .of the that juetiee afaail be aeeorsied, and that may ltiah first, last and ail the tiw, throuKoat Ute bettor part of tw;ihe spoken. we yon troUe he shall jnake a fight for Justice. Jt is for it will make von well. ' S 9f riven Declamatory The jmrnrns. It is an arlMuc uc feet that not lor us to Sola with th nnnocillnn m contest between O. U.. State Colleire, lieyor ekeeeded by any play, and it ven more mm we stionlct. but it waa of the stealing dona uowr udeoiidsm genUeoian wncfu.we.be-liev- e way and knowing van Kentucky University, and !) financial uccag, urc was enly in a ehrrdwh aa beaeat and aa faitbfai m adayi goes nnder smother name- Be forgive" esliyan, was held here on .Friday limited only by tli. racacity of tlw to. bo ia always raady to to ask. when any maa tn the county. It ramaina ier there avan mmH nation R!- - a higber ooart to decide the. merits of night last, and was won by 0. U. Now, walla at the Uarrick Theater. aay ood we' fir the Debator's inelal and tho O.Rton-- i That ,tit piny i by David Blatco Willi a this Itot owrcmamwiEg anbyj the oaaes acd Demoerata will do only' Katiac Bores, Tnof, lJHr. cneenas al content next spring. .ia to be presenteil by forgiven and that it nay their daty'by declining to prepxige thaic eerof tat Koee.Eyn, lit. &r . 'Netki Cliarlea Ffohman will be autficient return asand vm to the diaparajrenient of th fbnt. Stomach, Iegs, or Armsv ar J Lawyers at Lefferbtcds. public that and reeuma fiowow is tha aarfy spdwr Ktaadard-beamguarantee to the four place aa teacbr on caoBo.emer into Aa mere sentimetl an Cjirpow uy J. madeviwvbiiiu oioaft. late fettering fronv ir. Frohmnn the hill. me atMmien ot tire Balm), which ia f rcuit court beina In" frees ioi fttrf this especially to Ji aa prthy Of oti coosidwi' to do. three Attornev' have al will W With Ihmes rlutl6n lam matter. w may sxpress here what cure all terrible Blood. Diseases. Per. Second at ion aa bave the many sxoel'.eht ready furnished gossip if not eiiiploy-nieSefjeatad to uraaant te yeti this little doubt leas many fee!, a sincere regret sia titt 9oes. Blood nnd "fcktu Bai-ishefor which tb public for their brethren, by getttWif iflto iildefcax 3cif ttla, that resist other treattropny at wngm, iauu oi otirtove anu should Mr. Harris be called neonate to Mr, Frobmaa. Jfhe offer daappofntVMent after having ments, ar qickly eured by H. B. B. 'raps. There was jblooilshed m the tt has cooie Aoatirujc oat frotn ftsndsblp, r tation inaue in eavaas any Botanic naving 'J fiw, but not even a in the 2S"w York kaure to &li tha theater to Jtt fttass Miixiok, awarded iite certiicate axier the iaeneaa iPimp tee,Stood Bean. 1 8 (tin Krnptions, on of Ke&.itchisr Eeaenva, Bcalea, last. n rid make 'JSalaV r, vet flowing the return. prata he acnglit It Bliatens, Bad or Bfowu Patches, Blotches, TUa tKdM waa tha'tbeatrieal event of tli eaaon beautkailwer hve 'utfctfocMai inaerib-a one which woold crew a his long and Catarrh . Bheaiaatloas, etc. are all Uae waiter properly Circuit Cert? -- iEire TatwioB. It ia wiid that "Zaaa" w bsefal life with sxkted booor, and en- to bad blood, and hene easily euted it . able hlta to bequeatbe to .' Tne petit jurors selected for tlie praa-e- toii atoy of aceb aHaorbiMg taierest ed his daeo by B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Maon term of circuit court are: dantsajMHBenot only .untrn!hed by Uteroiiy arien noca um system ey is. that ijfWijrboat r telling lim naedHitne J. E. Reagan, Jq'm Murphy, W. A1 i Um apelHooa and only awalttm to .6. a abadjt deatlnirg In his long buiae B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), uf ods tij Burgin,W.T. Griggs. D ..Tevjt W, th fact that they ara onlf ageing a which wm. bat ea tovictory the prestitreel 3ve ar.ontba. B. B. B.poison.nut contain does wile of II OentrvT. M WiSU Him. Jsmkitis. play aad li toMtter.mother of a freat polttka? hVmg a me witn was added in reare table orfmineral One hot Hurvev Cl.oiiniilt r. c. Uavm a .l. iai.rirT'h!r lrtvaii(l her sorrow when Trios Baiter, hi oplitttng years. This sehtimsst, last it in any ease. For saW.by Quel eurUiti fall span Una en H. A Baxter; iwwa4lMKay of pnen- soma thinr, should, diaanade Mr iraqciats everywhere. J0 lBpa liott moafftaamd 8S ymta.: Chord, 15. K IWuiw. J. 8. W Wie, C. IT. OwubSfrdta raakinif the coUteat. even $1, aix lor $6. Send for aanple t olyer.J. C, Fooler, Irvlna Aab'd!. J. mtm will ba mad at the Huls Mrs :Poitf Rls a de&d we iMUanttte .grounds recently tKtttUr, wateti wtii be teal ry mom M. Ilendrmi, Zen Khe jean this day. Partia frotia this Mt Sterlfnc. aw. vaaib auH'ter Brace, J. P, Oldkat this sentiment ahaakl mail. WheotrwTit6ieeeritoteteV aor wesr main . . . a ham. J, 'iatba of j .7 the Matjjree and return i Deeahenrage, oafc attend K. e linrton,G.JW. liawui a. T Pfbws. UMMi ear-wie awarfinw o tniHiim. mnur L.H.Byie, H. F. Matsnm, Tb?m WoSSi aattb MarMaasr'icott foe . - The Richmond Climax. Fresh fiagnrs. cakerf. bread, oyster patties, etc., at Zfmmer nies. rollr. Slaia ia tac' Htil Htf Frfcarft, Fine Holiday Goods Mr. Clay Wilt Ret It. Toys VISIT OLD n SANTA CLATJS AT THE BUSY BEE. " ") rag-tim- o . - ti dividedl-tlus4otbe1bween!o- - Pre-Kist- , -- received-'recent- . , - ic , ' - - . , Busy - i Bee - Cash Store - - g i ic well-knovv- ji, busi-"in- .. 5 - . After BitmBt 1 - - -- y f y ' D. OLDHAl & COMPANY. - ing-da- y Salt-Rheu- m devo-tlu- n, 4,-25; fash-ionali- le pub-IisIi- s e h I to-la- n not-onl- y - yyi . to-da- y i'lei-ce'- ln, siiL-ge- twenty-five-year- s' -; - Cous-sen- cut-glas- s, - I debase-wan-kind- . C " young--folk- oae-ce- ut com-bjuatio- n. mei-tin- - - ( ' 'i-h- "5f'-njtighte,- " u m -- S De-ey- ." - af-fo- Bea-tdn.'o- f " . " wliieh-Aehe- r TQr&p HAPPY Is to belfree from cros,-'feveris- -- - - colds andydiimp'irfc flynair'nt prevent tie" , ntiirtmr: f an U)- r' l "ii A mmmw raw - a!rasinat J.-- Intcr-CoJIeiiH- te c, lv fSl ' -- Two-ihtr- te-b- e phiv-goiu- g -- 1. j. nt s, Wo nte tlie aiithtiirized agents for these TJVOc . preeen-latto- - -- nt -- frftMulent an backed by nothing. -- "av, tie-wi- ll i - afe OUGL AS, BRIGHT & CO., street. - ta-ja- a - BIIbbbbbWbwbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbM mmimm - " an a i f. .1.. I . mLxmAr mmt s aaeastsarr 3kbb- - a - . TKUBC " ? ' aw x. s",.. mm Mm lsr ptrsu r be anti m not- It H t"Hrrs. rare arwi. SSilEST SUSS9SV. BITES VtS. iiKTi- - liieeas33?:iali cawfeaes far ihiiImiiii f ESdte Sr nifie jrasSaaS?! t SALSK PARLOR r ftaaMfeacs. PLEASE TRY CANDY CATHARTIC xnt CEBfjwaai Umff . asides ii jnnsxae - . ewr fcasiecif ??xjC - . 1 12aBBtttmefasa3&iiSi -! . i c """' 3ia eassienve iwr a,! to AJ,-- . jaMWS-K,!- Sarr bar X32 Bl.t lh jjaaeHS pi5f n J ari aecver 'ls!s3ssiMi3Ea&BatTrf OtfT ate ASfcsia33!'3 , rf ewfess iBa&scB t JC, 5S (KNK OtgCg""?., iMhniMl Mill. II I Ml J5t a 13r-lUlijIl lX I IMS lilMIIll I be X . rr. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels rjjpr VVCTPM -- Acts gesttY on the lllllJ it - . . rf 93 EFFECTUALLY rtt w icw xswir -- 1f I lrB Ate m Li i I fK. A. Tavlo la rtss. JBOOiV yufwii.iiii assy Sw eTTiitni most KftS' W ra sfc- - gw- - Aaait ss. TO MANKIND! DTABLER'S BU Tf3F?r!iBFSai liti III T lT 15 si4 ia 4 1 1 PILE CURE FOR WEAK MEN iX-"?SSE-i IT5 SWT ami WJLtT3 ST rk. fcje toff Sbr lag wJ hmtix 1 Mwi oc: 1 Taanit- -i 1 XMok wm la 1taiTOr (k acatifi'& .mti jaws rr 'w ITT xa taHK- - aae Vacwra, , t she fisetaVs iaiiasee- mm 1m ""-Tl- ii la- - t try xwd mm iiaM. 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