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' RICHMOND, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 11 MADISON ddtJNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899. NUMBER 30; Jeetecf. REPAIRING AND TIMEINO PINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. ANNOUNCEMENT FOtt'COrjJJTT ClIkK. All Work Guaranteed. 2nd Street, Richmond, Sj2,vouTijit? Ky to the action of the Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce O. M. a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of tho Democratic Party. We are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS acandiiiatejor County Clerk --subject to the action of the Democratic party. ' We are authorized to announce M. M. MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. j' We areauthorired to announce JESSE " uHiumaw mr ioaniy iierjc. to the action ot the Democratic party. suoject RaV-BCRv"-"- We are authorized to announce ARC II KAVANAUQ H DOTY tor Countv Clerlr, sucjec N Quality r . DEK.&K. Tte LfdlRg Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 CURED. FURNITURE, mm Never"-' . WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing win ba moro deraoraliiiD? to I younj; or middlu-sra- l men than tho jrre- i once or. ineso Tiigniiy jos s??." 'i ccy of dUgastaniln whole train of fymptoin?. They unfit a nan for basines. married uta tociu nappines. Sio matter whether caused by eril habits in youth, 3 psl FOB SHERIFF. PKESKXTS For Rent! office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardright-roo- Choice of three good ware store, Main St. m Also very desirable For 50c worth of vorkT Wo ae rivintr party. subject to the action ot the Democratic : j, away watches, bicvclcs, sewing ma- - We are authorized to announce JOHN-W- f BALIARD, of cninca, Runs, xc. ceo. to introduce onr Shentl, subjectWhite Station, a candidatelfor, to the action of the 'Democratic party. paper, TASTIJIE, ahlsh-clas- s illustrat - We are acthSrized to announceMARTINed family paricr of from 16 to 32 large r GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff Madison pages.; CI to 1! columns of Ctiice Good' county, subject to the action of the of Democratic party. Stories; Jjitcralure. Art, Humor Letters We are authorized to announce P. B. BROAD-DU- S of Travel in Forieirn Lands, &c. a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county, And all you have to do to. get $42 worth subject to the action of the Democratic party. of presents is to get 20 pnbscribers at FOR ASSESSOR. Jl5c each. Send 10c- - in stamps for full Wcare authorized to announce JOE OLDHAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison j particulars, long list of presents and county subject .to the action of the. Demo, cratic party, our paper, 1'Afcjl liMii, lor 0 montlis. We are authorized to announce Address THE PASTIME Co., Louis-vill- BAKER a candidate for Assessor of JAS. L. Madison o, county We are authorized to announce' JOHNF? WAGERS a candidate or Madison i J lt is the liigli., quality; - istt. .pf Royal Baking Powder itcit has established, its " great and world -- Yide reputation. ;,: - JBvery housewife"', laipws she can rely upon it ; that it mates the bread and biscuit, experiment with so important an article as the i natural weaknewor onr New Method Treatment will positively ctuoyoa. sexual-cxcese- in NO I I CURE-N- O PAY Header. Tmi need hcln. Earlv nhnso or later ezcetrej may hare weakened Ton. KipofurC may havo diteaaed you. xon aro not safe till cured. Our'New Method win care yoa. x ou run no run. I n Vooncr 3Ian Ynn nm rjili.. folilA i ana nagzara; nervous, lrntanie ana excitable. Yo-- t become forgetful, inorono, and despondent; blotches and pimples, punken eyes, wrinkled face, stooping form nnd downcast countenance reveal toe might of your existence. 50,000 CURED WE CURE VARICOCELE (T Xo matter how rcrioilii TOnr case rrrnv ye. orho w lone yoa may hare had it, onr NHW METilOU 'XHEATMKNT will cure it. Tbo "wormy Teins" return to their normal condition and hence the sexual organs receive proper nourishment. The organs becomo vitalized, all nnnaturai drams or losres cease and inanlv rwcra retnrn. No temnorarv bonefil. out a permanent cure assured. NO CL'HK. NO PAY. NO OPKllA. NO DETEN TlOX NECLSSAIIY. TION rliOJl LCSINESS. m il j mm- sn Kin rtJta mm Our Prices Help Yon l mm mm mm I iieiiini v i mm m mM 113 u it aun i i residence, Ky. with modern conveniences. GRIGGSBY & MDNCET. A ttONDKRWJL DISCOVERY. EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY. R. LEE DAVIS, Manager. F.irm, Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold n commission. .Vvuunts in and out of the City taken for Collection. Not only cures, but keeps well. Is sold by an organized company of responsible business men and has endorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country. Vt'a speak of that 'wonderful Instrument, E!ectropoi6e,and ask your careful examination into tho cures it has wrought Col. A. P. Nunally, of the Inter-OceaChicago, writes: "Nearly three years experience with Electropoiso only confirms the truth of your claims. I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful in vention, and I would not part with mine if I could get another." Send address for onr book gives letters from people who havo been cured by Elec- tropoise. ELECEROPOISE CO., 513 Fourth Avenue, Lovisville, Ky. n, county subject, to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annonnce OEORQE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor ot Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Q. ' W. DEATKERAQ E a candidate for Assessor ot Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to annonnce BUD DUNN, of the Olade District, a candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR JAILER. more delicious and We are authorized to announce JAMES C. LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic wholesome always the finest that can be baked. It is economy and every vay" better to use the Royalrwhose work is always certain, never experimental. There are many imitation baking powders, made from alum. They may cost less per pound, but their use is at the cost of health.' ROYAL BAKIN3 POWDER CO., NEW YORK. human food m m Make our T- o til; awaiitt rln-XCVC1J ltlJ - values your standard, you will find every day needs paj i il mm CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS. fll.KET, KMI&SIONS. IMPOTENCV.I STiUCTUKK. VAHIUOCELE. SEMI-- I WI5X I for a OlMsTlU JJOOEUATE. FltEK. diseases. HOOKS UUHoUJjTATlOIi If FltEE. ClIAROFS unahle to call, write I ULANK. for HOME I party. We are authorized to announce PETER O. PARR1SII a candidate for Jailer ot Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Wcare authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jaiierot Madison county, for one terra only, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce F. J. PERKINS a candidate for Jailor, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. WASHINGTON ris. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. VIA SOUTH- Si ATISFACT Ural LETTER. sept 27-l- national chairman', from New York, Elliot Danforth.a close friend of Former Senator Hill, and Norman E. JIack, a prominent editor and leading Demo R. crat, of Western New York, 4o Wash FVrite, or call on me for further ington as having been made with a particulars. iiI'MCE-KoomMoberley Build-i- i view to influencing the alleged recalcO, The Optic Specialist, itrant Domocrats in Congress from that .'. ltn lunnnil, Ky. S41 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at of No. State, who it is. stated by the Republithe Olyndon Hotel, Richmond, PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. can press, had determined to support THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, the Republican currency bill. Mr. ATTORNEYS. returning one day each month. Eyes exam Campbell, howeyer, disclaimed any such intention and declared that the ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. visit was simply with a view to conR. E. ROBERTS, ferring with National Chairman Jones relative to the campaign of next year.-ATTOUN Mr. Campbell assured the reporter that - KENTOGKY. K ITMOND, New Ytirk would certainly be found ne in Moberley Buildin;. The residence of the late in line for Bryan next year, ana that in W. MILLER. Stephen B. White on High his talk with Senator Jones the Senator expressed himself as certain of DemoSt. Apply to Atto rnbt-At- - La w, - . Kjuttuckt. cratic success, saying" that the outlook Ru hmomd, door i.' i, . ,n the nurnam Building, next feb3-l- y to for the silver leader was exceedingly A, r's National Bank. encouraging.' Those undeviating advocates' of gold County Court Days. J. standard as tho financial anchor Jof Paris,, Jtourbon county, Grst Monday. ' Richmond, Madison .county, first Mon- every couutry.who declare that without A r r o'icn k V at-A w, the gold basis there can be no substant day. KENTUCKY. Ult'llMOXl), ' Lexington,. Fayette county, second ial prosperity, will do well to turn their attention to a recent report on the (i ver Tavlor's Hardware store, op- Monday. no Court IIoupb. ori MninJstrtM-t.- r Stanford. Lincoln couuty, second Mon: prosperity of Mexico, which P. Merrill lav. Urillith, United States Consul at Mata- Georgetown, Scott county,third Mon l! II. iioun, ' made to the State Depart moros.-hadavi . ATTuKKJtY AT LA If; "fact Danville, Boylo oountythirrt .Monday. ment. In view of the - - , . Kentucky. i: iimoxi), Nicliohiavil le, Jessaimine county, third that Mexico moro nearly, perhaps, apMice No. 13 Fitt St. lip staiin. 3130 Monday. proaches a 6ilver , standard that any Winchester, Clark countv, fourth country of importance in. the world, it .i y, ' Monday. & u. m. oiiicnXult, Versailles. woodfbrd county, fourth will.be well for thet;old bugs to ponder A TTORNK YSiTliA 1IV- to over, what' theic. own consul-giv- es KWTIiCKV. through the medium of the IIMINll, ufien- Slate Department. lid writes: li.t? on Second street, over .) i 'As nono of tho Latin American .;' countries nro experiencing such steady " ' commercial and Industrial progresses V. R. LETCHER.' Mexico,. no other oilers so many open Allomey-at-Zaings to the miner, planter, capitalist, 1, KKSTJ'CKV. iimosii, and manufacturer. Among tho many mi.-.- with T: J.- - fcm"ith;Jrt--ovc- r causs of this progress arid activity I Miigtuii & MitcliellV y .1 mav.be mentioned the natural resources of Iho country, the absolute security of life and property, the cheapness of la AUortiey-tif'Lttbor, tho absence of strikes and other ' --rfr ": labor disturbances, and the confidence Richond, Ky, I. rl v H'lildiiur.' M in the strength and stability of the government, which was so openly ex PHYSICIANS. emplified by the recent ready negotia tion of 5 per cent, loan irt the. United HOLIDAY SECRETS. HllS CilBSON, & 6TBSON, States and Europe. I'HYSICIA K A NP,SURGEON,. Had Mr. Roberta thrown a. bomb In Tell us wlmt you want in the line of to the'Republican camp on Capitol Kentucky. Uhhmonii. JKWELKY, DIAMONDS,-SILVERWAR- EHill he would not have caused more oit Sec-- 1 mSlc iii ihe oe I'dini building, 18 and o surprise and'con'sternatlbn than he did, , aj- -- old driisitore.NOVELTIES. rri, oci by his point blank rofusal to participate how much vnu wish to pay, and we Republican plot to deprive him ('MAS. HOOK Elt . will place before von tho very objector of hip seat bv golng before the commit your depire. I KT ElllS A It That shows the Confidence we have tee of tune and aid the members in College. UrmlnnU in uift compieieness n our kiock aim their investigation. It had evidently J. lie assort correctness or our pricpfi been all planned that after a perfnnc V. Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. ment of articles suitable lor Office up Htalrs. over store recently accu "y.rAVUa'Q Sifts ! Dy , r.asv msn; o I llarnem YRUP PEPSI CURES CONSTIPATION. Dr. DR. CALDWELL'S There was a disposition on the part of a certain portion of the press to connect the visit of Hon. Frank Campbell, Goldstein, FOR RENT John Miggins. Tj - s well-know- n - tho-worl- i 1 . . T. C Uowny,; ''. - TO ABOLISH POSTAGE STAMPS. tory and cursory treatment of the case, the Republicans would report adverse ly to Roberts and then by cracking the English Authorities Experimenting With an Automatic Device. party whip tho alleged Mormon mem ber could be expelled forthwith, but I From a London Letter. an unexpected obstacle was struck: English postage authorities are mak Mr. Roberts would not testify. So the scene was shifted. Apperently It was ing experiments in an automatic letter necessary for the committee to go to mailing device which will do away witli post Utah and investigate, but to go thither tho meant, no doubt, too much investiga- age stamp. The new ep part us resem tion, for would it not be necessary to bles a slot machine, and is an adaptainvestigate Mr. Robert's assertion that tion of tliis idea. It can be placed on the street corners or in the postofllces. Federal appointees of President are polycamisU and were known By putting a penny in the slot the let to be by the President when he made ter is thrust into a slot "and, presto, Evidently the change! a dry or ribband stamp puts a the appointments? committee has no desire to encounter stamp on the corner of the letter.wheii such a condition as is said to exist in it can be dropped into the box. The the State, and so a halt has been called Machine cancels the stamp with the pending the concoction oi anolhei date and time of day all at one operationThere are different slots for the difscheme by which the evident intention to popular ferent denominations of stamps. If of tho majority to clamor and expel Mr. Roberto, can be this machine proves the Buccess which carried through without too flagrant a its inventor hopes, it will do away with the present mucilaged stampind prove violation of law and decency. Perhats the most notable utterance tn economical device for the postal of John Wanainakcr in his testimony service. before the Industrial Commission a daj A Night of Terror. or two ago was tho statement that he "Awful anxiety was felt for the believed, that the trust question should widow of the brave General R urn ham, be regulated, although ho seemed to doubt that any regulation would be of Machias, Me., when the doctors said nernianent. Naturally. enou:Ii the she could not live till moruing."writes great merchant Xavored the depart Mrs. S.H. Lincoln, who attended her that ment store, although by to doing he. fearful night. "All thought she must d clearly expressed his sympathy with soon die from pneumonia, but she for Dr. King's New Discovery, certain kind of trusts. But he bel'eved that the department stores had benefit sajing it had more than once saved her ted lwth tho public and proprietor. life, and had cured her of ConsumpAfter three small doses she and so Could be depended upon to" re tion. main as permanent factors in the slept easily all tiightnu its further use completely cured her." This marVel-ou- s world of business. medicine is guaranteed to euro all A'bilf of great interest to publishers small papers Was introduced in the Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. of House Monday, by Mr. Bellamy, of Only 50c and Si 00 Trinl bottle free at 1 North Carolina. It proposes that wood Perry fc Thomas' drug store. pulp, used in the manufacture of paper, It is not generally .known that the shall be admitted free of duty; and re Soldiers' Home at Washington for vet duces import duties, on manufactured erans of the" Tegular army jind navy paper Tho object of this is was established with money obtained to enable tho consumers of paper, espe from Mexico after the war with that cially printing paper, to escape the exac country. Twelve and a half cents is tion of the International Paper Trtif-tleducted" every month from the pay of which has advanced printing papers to jvery regular in the army and navy for such a figure that many publishers ihobupportof old-styl- HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES ERN RAILWAY. "Wearereceiv- - PICTURE MI r ing daily our new line of Art Is our aim, the goods behind witness. rTnr aff-rrt.himflri The Southern Railway baa arranged rates of fare and one third for the round trip for the Christmas and New Year Holidays. Tickets will bo 6old by all agents Decomber 22, 23, 24 and 23, also December HI, and January 1st, Picture Framing, and Fram ing Materials. in an tne new- - IS S mm cYri OTraTrr hnrirrt first-clas- . ... Pi ha roll mm lis e "stick-with-a-lic- with return limit January 4, 1000. For Schools and Colleges Holiday Mc-Kinl- - beg-ae- designs in endless varieties, such as Mouldincrs, Mat colors rates will be effective Decomber lo.to Boards, (40 different 21, inclueivo.final limit January 4,1900. and finishes), Metal Corners, The special arrangement for Btudents is etc., that we make up m any effective upon certificates from the conceivable style tnat you principals of schools and colleges. may desire your pictures For further information, rates, .etc., framed. In ready made apply to nearest agent of the Southern frames we carry the Railway or connecting lines. and best assorted line that we W. A. Turk, Gen. Pass. AgU, have ever heretofore carried, Washington D. C. we are Wir. H. Taylok, Asst. Geu. Pass. an at low prices, simply the only people in this Agt., Louisville, Ky. city correctly fixed for the Ten thousand rifles, three field guns Picture Framing business, and a large quantity of ammunition secreted by Cubans in the district of when you calli iand inspect our Holgnin, having been discovered and stocic you will certainly jfive taken possession of by the Americans, us - credit with not over-stat- mp- tue iaets. vve nave ini It takes but a minute to overcome stock Special Picture Glass. tickling in the throat and to stop a forffet that we also cough bv the use of One Minute Cough Cure. This remedy qnickly cures all T make to order Winforms ot throat and lung troubles. dow Shades. (We ear: Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre- ents consumption A famous specific in stock a large line of for grippe and its niter euects Terry & cheap and medium, quality Thomas. in many shades of colors, The most curious place in the world lengths and widths.) is Albambra, in Spain., It was, origin ally a fortress, so great in extend as to Wall Paper, Window Shades, be capable of holding 40,000 men. It- Picture Frames, Paints, Oils was begun in 148 and Hot iinislieil-unti- l and Glass. Stock the Largest . 1314-Prices the Lowest. lai-ffe- kept in a . s Purni-- 1 ture Store,' vou will find S mm m It at w w.s . SUCCESSOR a OLDHAM'S, TO BIGGERSTAFF & OLDHAM. it UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE. Day Phone 76. Night 136. pa - Ladies For relief of wqmen', Ciipt tor Tansy XabIets,.woxili,, their Mej&ht in goldj- A'safe and certain monthly regulator. $1 a box . MCEDOCK. 209 ff. HA1S STREET. CubCo , Atlanta, Gn ' KlCnMONO.KT. nov201y M r?vt Tie mm Mm OF Imimi k, m rtF one-hal- f. . Tho ELWiltest railroad tram manages to go from Algiers ta Biskra, a dii tan'ce of 400iniles, in SO hours. LfEXUNQTOrV, KY. ' iu-th- Oidnriti-Vtlennnr- y 11 ic hmond, Ky. lucliinona ,apr7-l- y C. JASPER. M. -- I).- - Medicine and Surgery: Ofiice Prather rSuildtng, Main Street. Itpholie i'lIMONU, vorv l.trno.- Tlic store is a veritable Fairyland of Gold, Silver, anil Precipua b tones. - TRY IT Women suffer ing from female F. J. YEAGER, No. 28,2(1 at reldence (the Cnrr". place) on iirondway. KENTUtKY. St: scp6-l- y .Richmond, Ky. G. W. EVANS. 'M D.i Physician and Richmond. - SrmoEONj- ' Kentucjicy! DR. T. J. TAYLOTt, , Practitioner in Medicine anilSwtgery, Richmond r Kentucky -- .J and residence on Second Street. DENTAL STJRGEB& i- weakness, and from irregular or painful men ses, ought not ta lose hope if doctors cannot help them, Phy sicians are so busy with other diseases that they do not un derstand fully the peculiar ailments and the delicate organism, of woman. What the sufferer ought. to do. is to give .. a iairririat.ip . troubles and must either increase the subscription price or suspend publication. A further advance of 33 percent, is proposed by tliQ'frust. Mr. Bellamy's bill was in rs troduced at tbb inetanca-o- county in his district. It is manifestly in the interest of all publishers, and should command united support from papers, small and large. Last winter a committee, represent ing nearly all of the metroplitan dailies in the United States called upon Presi dent McKinley and urged that an agree ment putting' wood pulp on the free High list lo made with the Joint Canadian Commission, then-lry- ing to make a treaty of commerce with the United SCates. Thie treaty fell thtougii, anu consequently nothing wis done for the paper industries. The Pa per Trust has gone forward adding burileuB to the consumer; and Congress is asked now to afford relief. Mr. Bel lamy'a bill, or something in fhat'direc- tion, should interest all publishers. There should be no party div'sion in such a question, as the interests of all aro identical. f pub-libheso-cal-ed l , Senator Jones, chairman of the Demt erotic National Committee, has called meeting of the committee to.be held ''One Minute Cough Cure is the best in Washington Febrnary-2- 2 next, to fix 1 ever used for coughs remedy .and for whooping upon a time and place for holding tLe colds. It cough Children all liko it." writes 11. Democratic National Convention. Williams. Uentn-ville- , Ini. Nevor falls. It is tho only harmless remedy that gives immediate results. Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu .a monia, bronchitis anu all tin oat and lung troubles. Its earlv use prevents i consumption. Perry & Thomas. the-IIom- $W8,5SS.Z2 Paid in Living Benefits. $ 80,819.16 RESERVE JLND SURFLRS. PLM-T- iie- Reverse oi Liie kmm, A Florida man has just succeeded in hatching nn ostrich egg in an incuba tor. Til is is the ret successful effort of the kind In this country,! hough it has 11 inPiiin? tho Sack? Then probably tho kidneys, in iho Chest? if Then probably tho lungs. AVe pay tlieeamo profits to tho living that Insuranco Companies pay to tho estates of deceased. ' Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For particulars apply to I K.SMITH BOlAZ7Vmrc, SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. MRS. A. T. BULLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky. KY. often been tried in California. It took 43 days for the bird, to come through. Now lot the Florida man try billiard balls. n tho Joints? I V N FADELESS PUTNAM DYES produce thefastestand brightest colors ot any known dye stuff. Sold by C. L. Searcy, Waco, Ky.: Thomas & Addec6-lams, Panola, Ky. . m J Then probably rheumatism. is; nor what No matter where it kind; you need have itno longer. It may be an hour, a day, or a year old? it must yield to Mf M Vi VM M M it Dr.Ayer's Cherry mm The Ultra, FOR mm Is what you want preference to in One of the English correspondents in 20.000 of Francalias heard it said.that. A Piightfal ClBftdrr the best families in France are divided Will often cause a horrible Burn, over the Dreyfus affair as bitterly and Scald, Cut or'Bruise. Bucklen'e Aruica completely as only a legacy of no mat Salve, tho best in the world, will kill ter how few pounds, .or a religious dis the pain and promptly heal it. Cures pute can divide blood relations. Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, E. Gunning, Tyre. Mich. Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions says, "I suliured ft long tune with Best Pile cuio on earth. Only 25 cts a dyspepsia; lost flesh and became very box. Cure guaranteed. Bold by Per-- . weak, llodol Dyspepsia Cure com pletely, cured ine." It digests what ry & Thomas, Druggist. 1 Mlsa-Auni- pectoral Plaster eoothlny, fi, itspower. infiammatioB. why you should get it and no other: It gives more heat and uses less fuel. It is others. Reasons all S - 5 . ( DENTIST, Onice iucii.nSnd, Ky novl7-l- -- of LonisviiJ.Br Kr. ncxtdoortu GovernmenCnnlldlnpi Office hpurerfl to'ii-- i to J. IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO.or.6RGAN is pur chased here. Our rystem of easy payments enablesny onehtocu- '''y.'XJStu iny tho music of-4- FRED SMITH. . DEN: 1ST. , OTerCollinn Orocery same offl occupleil bjrDr. WIWrnnrEin. ' Jams- - without doprivjlig'-theipsolv'e- s of Dr. Louis-H- . Landman DEC. 13, 1899 , No. 803 WmI Ninth Rtrt-i-t-. Cincinnati. Oblll wll beat the Hotel Zlmmcz. Richmond, Kr-i- n irrrmMENTS .would superb" HOLIdA Y PRSEKTi Why not come in and Toole' at these' special' bargains. mnko necessity comftrts., Onaoftheso a VSDNESDAY, . , , - I AIBIWC If; KIX1M. i by Nature for all female troubles. It rshuJorjuuuijOf a.rvvsician of the highest .standinc, "wno devoted his ?study of the di whole unci auments peculiar to our and d.ittphters. It is made i) saotnm'?.' ihtjallnj,; strenfetliening ancu YCgeioqtes. wnicn. nave iuerDS... . . oeen provicica uvva .Kinaiy iaiure to curelrreffularitv in the menses. Lea- !corrbce.-i- , FallingoC theVomb. Nerv ousness. Heauacnp and Uackache, Tn fairneSsto herself and ti Brad jKegHUten yery Uelci's suffenng woman ought to give it trial ' A. jSnee i, bottle will tfo wonderful amount of good. Sold by druggists. s life-fo-triinoin-Mrt.jwiv-- Female Regulator which is the true cure provided :v FMI re'urnioc every second "Wwlnesday o eery puysic.an moid .J j, .vV. .J. ? jv . SendforilfclrlUim!tdR-eVookMtttsufat- richmonp;; KY, you eat anu cures an iorms ol eromuch neyer lane to giveimmedi A small boy was once passing a trouble, itthe Worse cases. Pjirry & ate relief saloon and seeing a drunken jnati lying Thomas- - in ' in the gutter in front ot it, lie opened Basil I., of Russia, had no nose, bar. your the door and said: "JHi-stesign out here has. fell down." The ing lost that valuablo member by a saloon man chased the youngster foi sword cut during a fight with tho Tar tars. He had an artificial nof of wax, nearly two squares. .. on ono- ociaeteneu on witn cement. Te Cure a Cold ia casion, during rv cour ceremonlal.Miia , Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet nose' dropped off, to the terror of tb All druggists refund., tlieluoue'y' if,it Geraian ambassador and his .suite. . ... (Jlltffnn.i.a O. - IV fl Atlanta, JrVHte Murdock Cure-Co.- -, WllUtO lO Wi UKI1 UUA. . J"tJ III Ga., enclosing 2c &iaKip for free sample M. Coquelin, whoso fortune Is est! of Murdock Catarrh Cure or Hyter's mated at$l,000,000t.has4he reputation Dyspepsia Tablets. They propeee' to of being the richest actor in the world eure-evercase of or Pyspepeia 20novly Mr. J. Sheer, Sedajia. Mo., tVI his child's life by One Minute Cough' Owe. (10,000 population of Palestine, Of the Doctors had given her up to, d(e with croup, it's an iofliiblo cure for.eeWs. 43,000 are Hebrews, 0,000 are ChrtrtiaiH who, V tsbHliS, grippe. r'BeambalalHTtfieWife, and 8,000 are Kohm hi nd,tkrot andlunK troubles, itei&vwe tfcqojgh u4jinriMy in lh BiiaoWy, 'at mm. ' Wry jummur are iu aittbofity, . Immediately af terapptyisg it yea ' vtarig, steeegth-esin-g draws. fill bii, IUI1S CffllL! BHOItTJ ladies. built and like a hot air furnace. It has . a large radiatingsur- - 71f face, more substantially It quiets coageftUos; ot It is. a new piaster. A remedjoB-- . combiaatioB of. mw Xado after sew Betbpas. Erilirely Balike' asy ttx LINE TO jey - . .. Prodactof jairi 6 TatleriiTbll. PUcad ,powerful orer"to tbCvPir aid 'tb' Aert CUmyPei' to rat in toa tretUBMt orni twoac Placed oTer Ue stowaci. it aims c&asea' and VdnHtlMrr ersr the bre-T-, It coatrMM crsmpa aad eeMe. riaced over Uwt mil of I kadc, JU rtoiovwi'ali ttwwtiM freor tin sMae;8 "Md gnatijf Mraagitoa altBes8. - Tne.Trieaphof Mwtb Ifedical ' ' ' I ScIemJe. . , .other plaster. '" -''- iBesbiLine-td' ' and Hot affectiOBgV erate. The design of the stove is perfect. The blacking outside, facing never burns off and is all the. year round. For sale by 1 Ca-terf- AND GATjIFORjI.A.'' 81)plBS Car. leaven Jxiu,! Pullman THiaorery niarsoay ugai ana runs larougn Ask TOr tliVet hetjirt for vartieulars or write I tX- - Kt yewltr TriweliBg &sseoer A cental ' Free Reclining , Chaff Cars XenlAville to Tcrit . Fcraaleball J.CAycrCo, Main JL1J u Street, ky Ni lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly. It isa double heater. No dirt from ashes, as it is carried away by the patent asli flue. It has perfect regula tion and eas3T which circu- - VSM tb op- M RjcjImonI),, cu, Ml I Pr'mtS hoWs tvcoug sessionand alsoGen. BojvT&Twliich are invaluable. dfF ! yrho buildincrof this Jiah is aus enter The Richmond Climax. J. O. CIIENAULT. A. D. MILLEE Proprietor. Business Manager. The vote as canvassed ts as follows Owen. Gavle County. Editor. C. E. WOODS. 1.275 2.022 Franklin 1.691 1.0112 - 1899. Scott WEDNESDAY. DEC. 27, 2.758 2,700 Fayette 714 Owen - 1,6?6 347 - 010 Oldham riiKCiaHKi) ivr.r.v wkdnksday by 1.027 Vootfjid - 1 058 1 652 1.S05 Go. liourlxm 1207 - 1,757 llenrv . TnE Board of Election Commission ers mot Saturday and canvassed the re turns in the recent (seventh District Congressional race. The certificate was issued lo the Hon. June W. Gayle. ITCCCUOU tvJ (.fib Mother of Invention. It was the necessity for an ... The Climax Printing I'KlC'b- - 1'KJl Y1SAU, $1.50. Totals Hayle's H.G37 ronj rity, 4.136. 1",&01 w' desire that criminals bear the tf Uemral Ku.inicky tint ivpreM'iiietl fu!Ifextent of the law, we must cease Its 'wonderful record of cures has made Emeiixk To tho wi'e of (. E W. S. Tailor noun uncouth, uncAliiireil Hignum pennons i. r tueir imermion. Einel ine. e M ir. Wh to on l)t eiii mul niistit Attorney Cieiieiul, ami we i lioe wlioHies'i tree to puns criiiriMiu it America's Greatest Medicine. This p'.und gui. Mar (!. " have good ber 25, a Giotv White's ninth crrnid Dr. R. If tlmfctanmril iidoii the Governor hhmld stop and n'tiiiit li.v ill'' Rosy Cheeks is'Printer iJeiuOcwit will liiihii-- ll sulile t imk. mill ii ace the uiatue wuere u health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hoods child and lie wis hs tiriud.ot his tttriiimuy on that Milijecl rels- - with the petitioners the judges. Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and Xii.as present as if ho had s a up four Secretary. Mis. W." E. IGrant The Optic Specialist, we will oiiply same'oti recoifli ul ie attorney, jurors and the negro who was type wlthotitnti error. saves doctor bSts." Mary A. Burke, galleys oi brevier whose dnties. thoucli a work of love, q toft. shot. - i'aiitx'jTanli. are laborious and extensive; Miss Jones As a general proposition the above Is East Qair St., Indianapolis, Ind. Uecordnii; Secretary,- - for Her untiring 1'or.MKit editor ol thn Dispatch, Hon ineonleftibly correct, ana is enuoreeu nml fnithfiill nltnntion In everv detail: niiiiiict(l that he with the slight exception taken to the 15 A. Kuloc. has Mitchell, the Treasurer, who will make tin; race ( .r Congress in the iKjlitical aspect given to the I ardon in Buoaudcb. Luther Broaddus, eldest Mrs. the financial intensts with a district, o( ell this instance granted as it was the nay Eiirlitli Tip the waiter and he serves you returning one day each month. Eyes examfui'imrly a guards son of Koubn Bioaddus. DemMrs Ben Hardin Helm, right. iioaee. Mr. Knlcc is a nreceeuinir an elecinn. But we cor ined and glasses scientifically adjusted. market man., died at his zealous cine: vigilance m col and Urer lilt : tbe Hood's rills cur for her ocrat and a sunlit ninii. and has bervetl dially join the Pantograph in a crusade father's i evidence' on Broadway, last lectins all that is obtainable for the only cathartic to take irtth Hood's BartspartlU, etore. lie is related to up in the reckless signing of petitions in Coimrcss Sunday uiuht nnd was buried on Mon archives of Confederate records. the Humes in Kicliinond, through lor pardon, rooming is more suover-sivday. Deceased was about 24 years old, was reserved until A Airs. Wiisoa, of Washington Uty. of public weal than the thought was a and industrious last, rare treat of a macmflcent the ad consislinc lef f. Indiscriminal e idoreementof appliavintt some coked at the noted Ming0 young man. dress by Mrs. A. M. Harrison, of Jex- Stevens' IssTiwrrE is the latest bene- cations for executive chruency, and it Uoke Uvens. ington. the accomplished uaucnter 01 liciarv of Andrew Carneate's munlllc should be stopped. The Methodists Deserve Praise. Mr. W. F. Booker and son, Mr. Ned Gon. Withers. Mrs. Harrison is .a ence. l'rebidont Henrv Morton, of Bowen. ol that famous techno! jgicil institut'on.an-nouuee- d An interesting quarrel is in progress Booker, andareMr. Sbirby attend tne For bringing Ralph Bingham to most dclmhtful and finished speaker here to and dwelt largely upon the necessity of last week that Mr. Carnegie between noted Republican leaders over l.au svil o. Riciimond the burial of the first named'a brother, J, church deserye Indies of the Methodist truthful history Deing nanoeu oown.io hatl agreed to give $50,000 toward the the authorship of the gold plank in the the thanks of that por navment for the construction or a new Republican platiortn ol l&yo. air. Lewis Booker. tion of the public which went, saw, future generations and intimating that Kingston, Ky., December 10, 1S99 as euuiueering laboratory, as an adjunct to Kohlsaat. who has a newspaper in For a handsome calendar the Dan and wero captivated by Ins exhibition tho just historiau was not yet born, the .Editor Climax: it was almost impossiule for one of the institute in llobokeu, N. J. The Clricaco. claims he is the author, and ville Planinir Mill has our thanks. Inst Tuesday night. Richmond, Ky. new building will be begun immedi attempts to make good tho claim by Tho proprietor's wifo. Miss Mary Bingham is a wondor he can do nil present generation to write impartially ately. Mrs. Harrison showed a thoroneb tho testimony of Sonator llanna, Gov. Smith Waiden, is a sister of Mr. J. v thincs well. He sparkles with charm Dkar Silt: Will yon be so kind as lo publish in your paper the following ing wit that readeasDeacon Sam Scott's knowlediro of her subject and that she statement of facts: Six years ago I was attacked with La Grippe, followed by Troctor and others. Smith, ol this city. Stevenson Senator Foraker. of Ohio, will not ad FoitMEit Vice President ItSfrom everv stand sallies stale, flat and uulaughable. Ho Rev. T. S. Hubert was here a few sings with case and dances with all the was familiar with point. Her address was replete with niieuraatism, Neuralgia, Stomach, Liver and Kidney Diseases finally Lost sas he thinks tho Question of imperial mit this claim, and charges that Kohl moments vestcrdav. Savs lin is ill the truths, is'tt n vcrv uravo one, and will be an saat had nothing to do with the framLawrenceburg, magic aid that highly emotional legs wise iudirment and sound December nnd Vitality and General Nervous Prostration. I was treated by a number of the is best Physicians in this county and also took tho following Patent Medicines: issue between the parties next year. ing of the gold plank and was not in- midst of a big mee'tine atsuccess, many can lend. His antics are those of the will be published in the issue would also bo con- - strumental in Inducing President Mc meeting with marked Wisp that led his sue of The Lost Cause. The comic already. "Hood's Sarsaparilla." Dr. Smith's Kidney Tonic. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root snicuous. he thought, and the silver kinley to stand upon it it is well additions having resulted listoiiers into many a pitfall of fun and Resolutions of thanks to the citizens for tho Kidneys. Stewart's Dyspepsia Tablets, Soda Mint Tablets, etc., including oiiBstion is likely to he to the front known Hint the uncertainty of the Grigsby and her broth frolic Miss Susanue bether reciting, reading, or of Richmond for their hospitality were asniui;iou singing, ho fulfills the injunction of passed, after which. they adjourned to litany other nostrums, that did me no good Now I I could get all the President s position on the money ques- er. Mr. HHrt Untrsuv. 01 Stevenson's daughter is the wife tion iust before the convention assem have pone to Woodford county to Uemostheues. m so far as "action. meet in Winchester next November. Atr. world together so I could tell them how I was healodtnd especially my friends of Itev. Martin Hardin, eon of lion. 1', bled was the cause oi mucti comment spend Christmas with ihe Humphreys action, action" is concerned. Without in Madison county, 'that I have been a terrible sufferer for these six years past AVatt Hardiu, of llarnxldwrg. all over tho land, and before this at Sumner's Forest. Lexington doubt Ralph Bingham is a live wire BALD irijY. . My Stomach, Liver and from tho crown of my head .to the sole of Kohlsaat-Forake- r controversy ends amoni; the leadini; platform entertain old Garrard! Go.l bless some iuterestins developments concern His i illity bubbles over just as lluniuit Kidneys were iu an awful condition, my nervoii3 system was completely broken of DanviJIo, is ers. sap Miss Bom, to tho wife of Elzio Perkins your old will. Every Democrat in that ing the President's change ol ratnd may spendingNettie Smith, here, she is llie stews out ol the maples in the down with lost vitality and manhood; I was confined to my room mostof the lime tho holidays good countv should v home, bug his be developed. is the 10th, a boy. His ladv stenographer. sprine time. still, we beliove, official My physicians, as good as they have in any country, treated me faithfully, will wife and kiss the babies, for Win. Kay a posi- of the audacious, exube'a it ttyle that W. S. Sowers was in' Nicholasvllle but little or no benefit. Somo of them told me I could not get well. Hove Uollector oi Lewis heat the We should like to see Lawrencebnrg to theshe has filledthis district, satisfac finds variety only iu the quintessence Tuesday ou business. great with Walker. ML Vernon teignal. upcuro a Government Building, as the tion of kisses, and in the rapturous embrace my Physicians they did nil they could for mo. But tho drugs would only tion for about eight years. W. T. Tudor is recovering after an ill alleviate for a while: as soon as would quit taking them the same old tnat is as a pot ot honey to Ills heart And " et Walker is eoutesting Ray's county of Anderson is to the revenue thine I Boirgs are out In the bridco scene his drunkenness, is ness of several weeks. Mr. James T. and Mrs. election In Madison the Kepuhlicans receipts ol this district wuat tue nun is would to be gone over with again. Everything I would eat or di ink would e cusbin' .Mr. Comlxfordoing exactly to the wheel ol a wacon- - more than from Madison county the guests of Mr. of a sort rarely seen on the stage. He W. S. Sowers went to Louisville Sat give such pain that I would pray to die. what their man Walker in Garrard is half. We suggest that the city offer a and Mrs R. A. Sparks. Mr. Boegs is an adept m the Inch art ot drunken urday to sell his tobacco. doing. It's another iMie of site free to the Government and put an will survey for W. J. Sparks & Co., the perambulation and tipsy gymnastics. As I want all that aro diseased to be made WHOLKas I have been. These Woodson Masters has just completed statements aro unsolicited by anyone, are only made by mo that my friends hands to work to tret the bill through land thev recently purchased in Laurel win & nays' iat netrro woman he mvrs an entertaining lesson iu the flex a nice addition to hrs dwelling House There aie 2.700 Chicago platform Conuress. The Anderson News prints county. Livingston Colonel. every where, and especially in Madison county, may go as I hayo douo and be Democrats in Madison county w'.io op- a card Xroin "Citizen" from wlncli this Hays Stocker is erecting a dwelling Miss Marv Mathews, of Ashland, is ibility of bone and the pliability of inusconpotential argument is taken: cio. lie has a irood voice and does and store house in the "back, woods.' healed. pose a financial system that spending the holidays with her nephew, My mind was directed to Professors Wilson & Kennedy, "Magnetic Heal structed with tho" palpable desimf lo Statistics show that Anderson Mr. Geo. Corzelius at the Hotel Glyn-do- equally as well, the serious as tlio comic part of Ins William Carity and wifo, of Logana ers," at Ztminer Hotel, Kichmond, Ky., where 1 commenced taking treatment instiail of county pays every year more than half benefit the She is the same gentle, kind. SUCCESS! entertainment. Ho is lueing millioiir. ol the revenue lor llie wnoie aigniii Christian lady that won the hearts of visited the family of S. C. Sohns Satur the toiling wealili-,uunder !,Tho Weltmcr" method of Magnetic Healing," following it up for 13 day Mrs. w. Oldham Iiecontly 50 million dollars of U. S. district, and vet the ofllcers at all while she was a resident of this city. panimenls sfaultlessly played Ins accom day. and to the writer Bonds dtawing 3 per cent were ex- renceburg arc compelled to put up with Martin fihifllct and Bert Ilarvoy have without medicine. I feel a new man again, have no more pain. Sometimes Hon. C. J. Bronston left yesterday for Mr. Bingham expressed his cratiuca changed by tin .Secretary of the Treas- such rooms as call bo rented from pri returned from llloomingtou, 111., after have to pause and think whether it is I or not, so far am I from pain and suf. ury for ttyiJO.OOO dolkiis which was at vate persons. Other towns ami cities a business trip to New York City. Ho tiou at Undine one so tnlented nnd an absenco of one year. feriug. Reforcltook this treatment I whould have to take lots of morphine one J deposited with an Eastern bank. which do not pay anything like the was accompanied by Airs, uronsion.aua obliging as our favorite local canta The price of turkeys took a drop. So to get any easo or ret. Oftentimes my wife had to turn me iu bed I AM Thus the bank was drawing a large revenue that is collected here every thev will spend tho Holidays mere. trice. lid the number of "cood thincs" the NOW A WKLL MAN. It is tnto I am not strong as I used to be, but I am per cent, on its bond investment and year have their handsome buildings Mrs. Henrietta Bronston, of Richmond, One Acre Crops. 01 Interest to Farmers. was going to buy. thrifty house-wif- e was given free the use of millions of erected by the uovernment costing all ICy., is with the family on Second 6treet gaining in strength each dav am nearly 53 years of age. the people's money. Is this a policy the wav from S50 000 to SloO.lWU. JNo during the absenco of Mr. and Mrs. On the list of Cijiiax exchanges is About twenty-fiv- e Anyone by onciosinga ze stamp can geta lull detail of my case by address Democrats who bo coiitinuod in operation? one will pretend that Madison county Uronston. Lexington Leader, 21st. worlhvto that rabid Republican paper, the Tvew did not get to vote in the last election ing me at Kingston, juauison county, ivy. Democrats of the Chicago platform rivals Anderson in llie matter oi col N. U. CKEEKMORE. Invitations have been received to lork Sun, which is full of good read were summonsed to Kichmond 'luesstripe say not. lections, nud vet she hae her building the marriage of Mr. Win. Pratt Boono ing, barring its mean politics. Hero is day to appear in the s con costing the government, as the writer and Miss Ethel Maude Tyor, January a clipping from its columns taken from test. They treat any and all diseases without the use o "Looking back, can any sane man is informed, noout sioo.uoo. ami inese 3. 1000. at Ctithbert. Ga. The bride- - the Oalve6ton. 'lexas, iSews. If Ken drags or medicine. who is the eldest daughter ol tucky farmers can beat it let us hear doubt the wUdom of those who desired splendid offices to day are standing PAINT LICK. except tonne to amend the treaty and to doal with tenantiessanu ueserieu. deputy, wlnl Mr. and Mrs. John 'Iyer, of Leban, of them at once: country nostoillce and a stamp spent the winter iu Richmond about An acre in this contains 43.- the Philippine Islands as we did with the office of tho Collector has beon re three vears since and is kindly remem 500 squaro feet or 1G0 square rods. You Mr. W. O. Field will.Hvo at tho Cuba; to compel Spain to renounce her moved to Danville. bered by many friends formed during win not miss it far 11 you make the White farm. patch G9 yards 5 inches wide and 70 her slay here. all foreign Barred Plymouth Rocks sovereignly; to keep olf Rev. W. L. Howes preached at Wal Aceordinc to the resolution of inter nslious and to ai.l the islanders in veutinu. the people of Cuba '"are and The engagement is announced of Mr. yards long. An acre is not a vast field nutta faunday. may not have a Klondike on it, establishing their own government ac- of tight ought to be free;" according to Tom Chenault, of this county, and and it may have in it something of Dr. C. The "TRUE BLUE" Strain. our wed but Miss cording to ll.eir own iKsi i?"' the President's theory, the Filipinos ding toWaie, of Georgetown, the Janu nreat value. The record of one acre midst last S. Holton visited in week. . take place on the 10th of e are and of rmht ought to be suinects SHid that crops is of sufficient importance to war Cockerels for sale $1.00, Trios Wlicn the tlls- ary. .Mr. Ulienault has a large connecMr. and Mrs. II. L. Wallaco spent When did Providence annexation, nccoidiu;: tooiir Aineri tinctiou between the poiutouttbis Un tion of relatives and fiiends in both rant reproduction : $5.00. This completes my 21st rights ol the Monday in Lancaster J. this county and Madison, who join in corn.B. Brake, South Carolina, 2o5 bu can code of in nils, w ulil be criminal bans and the rights ol the riliplnnsf year of breedinjr the one Mr. Willis Adams has cone to Okla Must we hold the Philippine Island conuratulatipiis. Miss Ware isa charm aggiesiuii, w a l.e .4 eo;ipoihend? Was Mr. Snelling, South Carolina, 1C0 bu homa in search of a new home. exclusively younu lady and is qu'te lovely corn. he iislcV.il lo tie lli,7 Wat not he a permanently because Dewey destroyed ing and I.exington Herald, 24tn. popular Mr. Gilbert Maspn an. I wife will a Spanish lleet at iManiinr ochley Dr. Parker, South Carolina, 200 bu MRS. M. F. ARBUCKLE, liVputdiinii? W.i., H.ne ever an utlora Spanish fleet at Santiago.and shortlv remove to their new home nen Miss Belle Bennett, who returned corn. ca'cuiaie l t. give conniue to yet llie Prtsident promised the Cubans home about ten days ago from a South aiiee Harris' Station. Silver Creel.-- , Madison Co , Ky. J. Y. Carmicliael, Georgia, 121 bu independence. Must wo remain per ern trip, spent several days with Mrs. corn. Aguiiiuldo ard hi pu ple as lhatV" Natural gin conveyed in bamboo & W.L Peek, Georgia, 200 bu. e.orn AS to our f it tiro attitude t ward the naiieiitly in the Philippines because Lizzie White rant, at American blood was shed there Amen (J., who, Miss Bennett sas, ts now en- 1'ilMMiiOH. Saiialoi Hoar wiitest J. R. McCullum, Georgia, 116 bu tubes was utilized in China years ago ' The time ii.ia come to make lip your can blood was shed at Sun Juan Hill yiiiu the best health she has known corn. s residence is one Flowery speakers' do not always get R IL Hardaway, Georgia, 119 bu minds. If you are to declare that you and at El Caney. and vet the President in yeais. .Mrs. the bequets. do not mini to suhjiiuate them or to prnmiset' independence to tlie Unhang of the handsomest iu ti e State, is situa corn. Mu-.- t we hold the i'hlllupiue island ted in the t enter ol a yard occupying Dr. Wvlie. Lancaster county, South them, that oil will act toward because the American an entire block, the premises compris Carolina. 170 bu. oats. t hem on the iiriuci olesand in the spirit of permanently Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Ilau has been raised over them? Th ing sixteen acres on the outskirts of R. A. Johnson, Georgia, 101 bu.oats vour own tin iMraTiKit i.f independence Contain Mercury J. B. Honnicut, Georgia, 109 bu.oats, iho war can b. eii"e in an hour. J lie American flau was raised over Havana the city. Her son, Claiborne White the 1st of January last, and yet the Fant.is now about fifteen years old, is a J.. Dennis, ueorgla, 102J bu. oats as mercury will surely destroy Ihe sense refugd t4i iimUh this Kclaration in llie begiii'iing bioughtoii this war,and your Piesideiit has promised to haul It down very bright lad, and is a great source J. K Madden, Georgia, 147 bu. oats, ol smell and completely derange tne soou Unban S. W. leak, Georgia, 40 bu. wheat, whole system when entering it refusil now to declare yourselves is as ready as the nag ol aplace. republl of comfort to his mother. to rise iu Its Must we is thrpugh the mucous surface. Such ar A. J. Lane, Georgia, 42 bu wheat what is aiouo responsible for Here is a neat little hold the Philippine Islands perman Dr. K. Moody. Georcia. 13.953 lbs. ticles should never be used except on tiniiauce. ently because tho people are not cap conundrum that will entertain tho Cli- Bermuda bav. one cuttiiiii. prescriptions from reputable physic "Now we have got lo settle the Admiral max readers: What character is there 0,57o pounds ians, as the damage they will do is ten which tho President has repeated- able ol J. K. Winters, Dewe.v, In cominunicatlnc with on iu the Bible who possesses no name, iiennuua nay, one Georcia. ly declared is for Concressorfor the peo loiu to tne cood you cau possibly ue cutting. sullered death in rive Irom them. Hall's Catarrh Cure. ple, whether we will complete the sub- Government, asserted that the Fill who anv inflicted beforedifferent form j. from cr since that 1,440 11. iMatiox. uniichcountv.Ueorcria pinos are far more capable of manufactured Jjy F. J. Jienv &Co jection of the Filipinos; whether we will du. sweet potatoes. and yet the time, portion of whose shroud Is in undertake to govern them as subjects eminent than the Cubans,independence every a Household, and tho cause ol J. b. banders grew 1,002 bu. turnips, Toledo O.. contains no mercury, and i or serfs: or whether we will aid them President has promised Let Madison countv farmers ,s1ig taken internally, acting directly upon whose death has been made famous by mucous surfaces' of the nation.either to tbe Cubans. the blood to become a a modern author? "Eh? Is it too hard? just how much they can rajgjj per acre svstem. nnd buying In Hall's Catarrh as a a reppblic, as they seem to desire, as Dan Dougherty says. Give it up? rainer man ioimr- uie o d nlan c Curo be sure you get the genuine. It is or as a limited monarchy like Japan, or Au easy littln thing like that? Pshaw! showlutj fast how many acres they ar internally, and mado in Toledo whether they shall exist bereatter as an and Well, it's Lot's wife. She pojgies no sole to plantcrop partially cultivate taken by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testi Ohio, absolute monarchy alter me lastuon in The is in line with hi name: no one else met death through class ' which we are maintaining in power to monials freo diversified farming. Miss Carlisle Walker is at home for being turned into a pillar of salt; salt is Sold by Drticgists.price 75c perbottla day the Sultan of Sulu, with his slaves the Holidays. every household, and Edward Bel In Their Side of It. Hall's Family Pills are the best, lm and his liarem. lamy wrote "Looking backwards.' Mr. Cecil Hart, of BloOmington, 111 Our assortment of Ladies' Jackets, Furs, Hereunder is the report or trie re is home for tlje hoitdajs. Mrs. Curtis F.Burnam returned home cent meeting of the United Daughters Capes, Children's "Wraps of all descrip.Mr. C. E. Woods spent InUay and on Saturday from Frankfort, where she of .the Confederacy held in Richmond TI had been the guest other epn, Judge clipped irom their olllclal organ, "The tions. "We have not the time to describe Saturday at iSasliville. A. it. liurnam. since the Inauguration each article, but can safely say that we I) Miss Lila Taylor is visiting Miss Mrs. Burnam was the recipient of many UukoUause," edited by Mrs. Basil W and Miss Florence Barlow have a rommie Davis at Nicholas vine. distinguished courtesies during her Tho third annual meeting of the Mr. J. M. Alverson.of Stanford, spent 6tav at the Capitol, and was designated Daughters of tho I'onfederacy, Ken As administrator of James W. Garrison and as the "mother ol the benate, as her tuckv division, was held Lexington, Ky. Christmas with his mother here. at Richmond, agent lor the heirs of said Garrison, '1 will,mon the premises, between the hours of 10 a. husband, our Senator-elec- t, Hon. C. F. Mr. Caswell W. Tribble came up Burnam, now in his eightieth year. Ky., November 23, and continued two and 12 m., rent, on from Louisville to spend tho Holidays. will be the oldest member of that au- days. SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1900 The meeting was inaugurated by Mrs. Burnam spent her Drs. H. R. and W. SI. Gibson spent jmst body. breakfast, given by Miss to he highest and best bidder, r acres m Virginia. tirst Tliaiiksinvinc from homo in more beautifulprincipal of Christmas with their father lor the Madison Fe oi iana landtneisyear iwu. on Calloway's Creek than 50 years, passing the day with her Lloyd, This Mrs. Kuner Hood and Knper, Jr. son, Hon. Jas. R Burnam, on Silver male Institute. Thursday morninir. about one mile located the Boonesboro pike, west of to suit' every one and our PRICES are are spending the Holidays at Coving Creek. She is in the best of health and Miss Lloyd presided in'a most charmitie and adjoins the lands of S. O. Itoyce and John mmpson. mere is a rair residence cn me the LOWEST on high grade goods and ton. is a charming companion to old and and gracious manner Some DTODerty with two rooms above toasts were responded to bv the ladies, There will be about five acres ofand two below, young. no other firm in the City cau compete bottonrland to Mr. R. L. Gentry, of Lexington.spent sparkling with brilliancy nud wit go in corn, the rett to be cultivated in oats. with us. "We are offering a select line bundqy and .Monday with ins lamlly The bride spokon of below is a cousin Confederate songs wero sung with that The renters will be required to execute good security. t- Tub Cum s j.niiouf the exchanges honest, reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hood s Sarsapa-rill- a. It is a highly concentrated extract prepared by a combination, proportion and Plioenix.'i vrocess peculiar to itself and BIRTHS. giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power. well-know- Lexingion Leader thus tells of a surn prise weddmgr.of a young Valley View puple. "Nicholasville, Dec l'U Miss Alice Kicharuson, a pretty young'girl, and Victor Be"ck, of Valley VioVi were here last night en route to LxinKton,heut on matrimony.'' uiss ittchanison is the daughter oi Hugh Richardson, and tho grooin-to- mci- be is a young sou of a ciiant. This youig couple arrived here on Monday afternoon and .secured a roarriatrojliceitRQ'. , They wore parried fee- bv Squire Graves and v istered as man and wite at the well-know- J mm klter Goinfflissibnifr's Sale i . iat.fitt.Moaeiatgioti;" . HMHItttMHMaiMtltiaMltmttSaiSMISa ,!j!!Jii! I. prise vriryjdear to e'very Confederate, md onein which nll'should fake part, and we hope will be "carried.Sut", Unit tlicso valuable liistorical' articles "may be preserved to the fiittue historian and generations as object lessons. .botes were read irom me national meeting by Mrs. Florence Barlow bearing upon 'the duties of and of interest td'tlieJStato tnee.tiiiKs.someof the more important, uelnj; tliu building of 'the Jefferson Davis monument, the scholarships .inir of ori-an- l. clill-lrtni...r....,.-t,.v...,ioIt-- fibererrl' ITotlca n.-- 1 ,.r v.s.pr.f;rt VI tS VllliillYKlilClllO COMlOeill hi ds at hospitals for Confederate sol- lieis and building homes lor veterans. All f tl.o Slate ofllcers wero d lot the ei Biiini; ear. eevcal iele- irales navinir . m"st .beautiful tii'mtes of , ... . ... 1. ivh ami irrainu c 10 101 lr oiswukiusu- .Mrs Basil W Il.iKe, who President. ptesided with such iiraciou.sd'giiity.im. . Ill ..! .sriia n.v auu wisooin , own uiwiriu-en- t 11 I 1 1 DEATHS - Deft.1, Ann Watts, r, oi jjeiinKton. i.y.t iwow iuHiuwu. By virtue or a Judgment and Order or sale Gives protection against; t the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at tbe F1KE, LIGHTNING AND TORNADO. December Terra thereof, 1899. lu the above stylo cause, tbe undersigned win, on Tin AKspRMment. calls on members when lossec occur to other members and no initiation fee WEDNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1900, charged to become s member of company. The cheapest and roost reliable company for thf oreranng in tne BetM?cn the hoars of 10 o'clock, a. m., and 1 people of our county, now cheaper every year, falling to 'clock, p. m , on tne premises nerein&ner State and eets first year. after the described In Madison county, Ky , , proceed to on tneir For further Information, can attorney-at-ta- w ageni expose to puouc sale, to luamgnesimauert tne "and colIectorr8.TtB,-Hlaclr- , following uescnoed property, vlx. Kichmond, Ky., office on Main street, opposite A certain tract or parcel of land lying and Court House, next door; to State Bank & Trust being In Madison county, Ky., near the waters Company, upstairs. ot Tate's Creek, containine CO acres, more or J. II.TABTKB. Pres.Sec'y. less, and adjoining tbe land sold to walls Jtt mayJ4-l- y O C. BOSWOttTH. :er by Wm. M. Inrine, Q. J. White's land the land ot Dlckerson. &e. The land is satisfy the debts of Sarah F Elmore. sold to dee'd., remainder if any, to-- bo distributed lo .the heirs of Sarah F. Elmqro. TEEMS Sale nil! be made on a credit of six and twelve months in eaual installments. The purchaser will be required lo give bond. wim approved nccuruy, lortne payment oi ino nurchase mousy, to hare the lorce and effect ol a Judgment, bearing legal Interest from the ol No. Ml Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at nay ox saie, wim a lAen reserved upon sain the Gljrndon Hotel, Richmond, property until au tne purcnase money is paid dec20-2S. E. SCOTT. M. C. M- C. C. THURSDAY. JANUARY 24, Sulin ertylHthe far Tnenrn vftur dtrellinmi. barns And otherprop- BLUB GRASS ISSURANCB.COM ";;.......,;; wm-.................. .ZiZ...v one-ha- lf GALORE! An exceptional opportunity for the Holiday Season. The first on the list, and of'interest to the little folks is the Goldstein, Fairy Handkerchiefs, Illustrating the couch pillows. old familiar stories of Mother Goose, Rip Van Winkle and They are also suitable for Cin-derrell- w - 1 true-hln- o well-know- n ever-watchf- a. 1 e straight-forwar- d Ladies' plain white hemstitched handkerLadies' embroidered and hemstitched handkerchiefs, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25c. Ladies' embroidered and hemstitched handkerchiefs, 25e. lace edge and hemLadies' stitched handkerchiefs, 25c. Ladies' plain handkerchiefs, 10c. Men's colored bordered handkerchiefs, all-line- n, all-line- chiefs, 4e. Merriam.-Senato- r n, anti-tru- st Will-o'-tli- e all-line- n wi-i- 5 Men's white hemstitched handkerchiefs, 5, 10 and 10c. all-line- n and 20c. lny-feet- fr love-makin- g ieekjr-woo- d, n-- hemstitched handkerMen's chiefs, 25c. Men's Japanese silk, fancy bordered handkerchiefs, 10c. Men's Japanese silk, initial corner handkerchiefs, 10c. Men's Plaid Mufflers, 25e. Ladies' Suspenders with fancy' buckels, 10 g. Ladies' Pompadour Combs, 5 and 15c. Fancy Towels, 15, 20, 25 and 35e. Quiltted Red Satin Slippers, lined and Plain Brown Felt Slipper, lined and fur top, $1.00. and 25c. n. fur top, $1.50. moin-!oide- rs o Carpet Fringe, 9c a yd. Small Table Covers, 40c. If .you Combs-Harri- want to give a handsome Xmas present and one very' acceptable, come and purchase one of our figured satin damasks table linen and napkins to match, $8.00 per set. to-b- leaders and should interest every purchaser. We can please you. Respectfully, The above are Special Holiday ie , Pioj-idei- it forvi-bl- riet' nov29-3- 3 " Q - ni 9 09et)aeses9a)aeaie)coee9oose 9 e I 1 lts-co- four-barrel- ed li AMR' .... gLAUILu ques-tion- self-go- v PERSONAL, - one-acr- e i -- ililiii $2 00 2 FOR m Our immense store is now filled to overflowing with the newest, most attractive and useful articles for -- 3 CthBpeflCo ' lst consisting of Ladies' Desks.Chif-fonier- s, - leady? " Stock of Wraps ofJackets, at.'fojiowing prices: forty-fou- China Cabinets, Book Cases, Rockers, Hall and Library Chairs, Morris Chairs, Jardiniere Stands and Screens. half-doze- n hero. Richard Gentry, of Nashville, Tenn is spending Christmas hero with h parents. Miss Fan Watts attended the T. C. Dance at Merrick Lodge, Lexington last l'xlday. Miss Betheuia McCord.of Hamil It is all here thn greatest, mcst ton College. Lexington, is at home for jtnp0iidoits display wrj havo'evir tue iiouuays. Misses Carlisle and Eleanor Chenaiilt attempted. Our Immense storo are at home from an Eastern school for is crowded to the ltinit with ti e tho Holidays. choicest of cifts. Miss Sallie Frazier, of Lawrenceburg, is the guest this week of her sister. Mrs. C. P. Snyder. WHAT TO GIVE A MAN. Mrs. Dan Allle Carrier, nee Cornel son, left last week to join her husband You know that's a hard one, at una t ol, Tennessee. you'll find hundreds of things Mr. Etl. S. Pralher and family havo removed from Elllston to their new pur-- Yes9 - Ma am of Mrs. W. D. Oldham, nee Miss Mary enthusiasm nnd ardor rattle, or this city, and has visited Br. who feel can express. 'that only those -- and Mrs. rattle- "Miss Lizzie Pattie. nleco of Miss Lucy Tattle, Stipend tendent of Frauklin Countv Public Schools, was married to Mr. J. S. Glaii ton, a prominent young business man of Frankfort on Wednesday. After the ceremony the happy couple came to Lexington, registering at tho Phoenix. y They spent visiting-- haunts of interest, especially Kentucky Uuiver- ity, where they have friends attending school. They leave this evening to visit friends at Richmond. The bride is one of Franklin's prettiest and most popular yonng women. A host of friends wish them a long and happy me to-da- RELIGIOUS. Rev. John B. Dickson will preach at Mt. ion church next Sunday Ht 11 o clock. Everybody invited. The ladies of the First Presbyterian church give a reception on Thursday in compliment to their beloved past or. Dr. W. F. V. Bartlett. who has been with them twenty-fiv- e years. Lexiog- lon i.eauer, 24111. Rev. Gilbert Glass, of Somerset, the new pastor, of the Broad well Presbyter ian cuurcn, win hold ins tirst services on J urinary 1. Cyiithiaua Courier Rev. Glass has many friends jn I Ids countv where he lived until recently, who wish him much success lu his new-fielof labor. Winchester Democrat. y-.- In the evening a reception was ten dered the visitors by the local chapter 111 tue spacious parlors pi tne Madison beinale Institute, when all were given an opportunity to meet and know cacli uiuer is a buuiui w ay. An elegant supper was served, after frhich Prof. Merrill, of Vanderbilt University, rendered in a most attrac tive manner nu extract from Thomas Nelson Pages "Courtship of Ma: Gawge," taking us back to days with so much realism we forirot for tbe time being that thirty-fiv- e years nau eiapseu-sincsucti scenes were en acted, and every lace in tne room beamed with expressions of love and pleasure at living over ngmn the sweet old days of the past that. are no more The recitation was applauded for sov ante-bellum negotiable note with J. B. DOZIEB. Administrator of James W. Garrison and agent zi lor heirs ol sal a uarrlson. TO 24 Mrs. Ellen V. Gibson hereby notifies the public that she will not tolerate hunters on her farm. Any person caught on the premises with a gun will prosecuted to the fall extent of the law. 3 00 Co:! M w For Sale or-- Kent 8 4 49 5 74 8 00 I will sell or rent my Coal Yard, situated on Orchard Street and running L. Sc N. railroad. For particulars ap back to ply at resmence or coai yara. of my ill health, dec-4- cuaseon Laurel street. Cards are issued to a reception to morrow, 2 to 5 p. m.. at Mrs. W. B, WORTH CONSIDERING. bmith's, on tbe Summit. The newness, the variety, the Miss Lizzie Hisle issued 125 invita comfort of shopping. Hie quick lions to a reception at her home on the uig nut pike this evening 7 to 11. service, the courteous attention. Prof. Groseclse will go to Bristol Tenn., and practice law. He is promising and worthy young man. DDN'T WAIT Mrs. J. C. Chenault and little son Master John Cabell, were in Corbiu last big rush is on. until the week on a visit to Mrs. D. G. Martin Miss Annie Frszee is at Danville on NOW AND SEE. COilE a quiet visit to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kenuey, who have recently lost two of tbeir near relatives. OUR 25c China Table. Tho friends rjf Miss Amelia Milwnrd OUR 25c, 50c, $1 Pictures. were glad to welcome her home yes OUR 50c, 75c and $1 Silver teruay irom Norton innnnary, Jxmis vine. iexington Herald. Novelties. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gumin. of Estill OUR Ladies' Desks, Book attended the s wedding and Ca&es, Clini's and are upending Christmas with their parents, Mrs. Margaret Shifnet. Rockers. Mr. V. R. Breck and bride, who were married at Valley View this morning. are at the Phoenix. They will return Lexington homo Leader, Rice-Norri- Dec. 20. CiF.Brower&Eo j.iain and broadway, ' Mi;a Katlo Smith and Messrs. C. W Tribble, Louis Thompson and L. B. J Hernngton left yi sterday for Shelbyvine to attend too no use party oi Miss - May Lscott. Lexington, Ky. Judge J. C. Chenault v&s in Middle borough last week with a car load of Brush Creek coal for the purpose dress by Mrs Basil linKe, followed !l a few words irom Miss Florence Barlow. iteports were given by the various Stale oulcore, which were full ofen couragetnent. showing the treasury in a goon condition, aiinousn navinz: (lis burscd a generous amount during tho past year. An increase of seventeen nowchap- PEWECTSF COURSE ters, now navmga memuersntp 01 near Powkll-HcoukleJoseph Towel! ly eleven Hundred members, bespeak: , 1. .... 'It Ui,ea ... -- ..1. . lor the president a worn well done, when Laundered by the Richmond and Miss Rella Huguoley, one of the duty faitnmiiy penormed Interesting papers were read from theH bteam Laundry, simply because wo prettiest girls in the length and breadth ,, , . T w 11.1 J. neiro: aiso understand our business, and do the ot Madison, wore married on uecem TT I . iricB. niHLoriuii, x-unruiu i. rber 20. Congratulations to tho groom u.uui jlC. xi ui uui lx r mo. uiaviui tuevuuieuthing for our customers. best wishes to the bonny bride. crate Literary Memorial and Historical right Committee. Yesterday at Wtrk Fiie Reports wero read from the natii noon at the flat woods unurch chanters, sliowim: a creat doal various of real Mr. F. P. Smith and Miss Pearl Doath- - work done and genuine interest inspired is worth much, but costs little when erage were united in marriage, leaving hv the loving influence ot the State dom by us. We can and will give yon at uncu lor a unosi trip which win con- President. clude at Hoopeston. Illinois, where A report from the chairman of !His they will make their homo. The groom SATISFACTION, is a most estimable young man, worthy torical nail uommittee. Mrs. K Potts, "was read, Heraddresu was one no Miter how exacting you may be. won. His brlde'is of tho prize he than usual interest, toucifins? the lovely daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of more npoti the historical hall which For-Tu- e Faik Sbi G. S. Deatlierage, of, Waeo, and hasa largely: large .circle of frtatde w&o Ffet to the Confederates hope to build in w rive special facilities for fine work, io,whkjh loee her from thir Baittei, xelK "in the fc'tateT Sliitfenu-merat- d many relics in her own pot- steak Last Wwtaesdsv's -well-clioee- n eral minutes. AlLreturned to their homes feeling it was good to oe a tsoutnerner, Business sessions were held througli the two days, Mrs. Basil Duko, the State President presiding with berus- , ual dignity, grace and ability. An address ot cordial welcome was given by Mrs. U. D. Chenault, the President-o- f the local chapter; ltc sponuod' to ib au eloquent short ad - j. 2. HAR1BR. You will find iu this lot a complete assortment of colors, modled after patterns of recent cut arid made of materials that we can recommend for durable wear in fact such goods as will please and attract the eye as well as give entire satisfaction in price. You must see these before you have made up your mind to purchase a wrap. , 111 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 and complete stock at your leisure, delivered any day during the mouth you desire. . Suits for Ladies ifyou See our Tailor-raad- d think of buying, tis it will pay you. LADIESS GENT'S AMD CHILDREN'S HOSIERY, The Talies In this Department eaa lot he resistt. TRY US. GENT'S FMlilSSINGS AND A LADIES' DRI&3 GOODS ' J8 I g P. I WATCH Oar I I v VVi MARRIED. v. W SPECIALTY. 0 H Wp S, 220-22- 2 Sliow Windows jj uu T 1 Smitii-Deatheba- qe. Landry If in want of MILLINERY call and see" us, we can save you maney. Bejetfvtty Submitted to Cmh Trade, 1 Wm lEILHofiEilLElf, W. Maiu Street, I J Ii-- E. V. ELDER. Lex-insivX- y. waumt uvwn. i SWjJ ti Ti Print j n Tl T Ti Ti Day,-Bu- t IT'S NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY It's What You -- For Your Living Every You may be Get For Your Money! you may own a palace fairj In a land that ever "flows with milk and honey;" ' You may pay the biggest price; but that reallv"outs no ice" For it's WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY ! You may be a Son of Toil, amid the world's turmoil, Have to hustle every day and that's not funny L Still, as through this life .you go, all joys here below Depend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY OLD Q ANTACLAUS a K ! AT THE SH STORE! At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS. You all war.t a present of some kind for Never before has the public been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, at such extreme LOW PRICES as we are offering this fall. We guarantee to save you money on eacli purchase. Call and see us, and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at prices that will please you. RICE & ARNOLD The Richmond Climax. Fresh fingers, cakes, pies, rolls, bread, oyster patties, etc., at Zimmer - "WAliiACE & RICE.) (SUCCESSORS TO a In addition to our immense stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions, we have added a complete assortment of Fine Holiday Goods ; Toys VISIT OLD SANTA CLAUS AT. THE BUSY BEE. Store lor Rent. Sudden Death ol J. Lewis Booker. Handsome Dressing Cases, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Work Boxes, Ladies' "Work Room suitable for grocery or other This community, so accustomed to Hotel Bakery. IjanOO mercantile lines on Second street, for sensations,was greatly shocked 011 MonBaskets and Fancy Baskets, Music Boxes, Albums, Chinaware Sets, Handsome Vases, rent for 1900. Dit. L J. Fkazee, day by the news of the sudden death' A Bright Spot. Dolls, Toys of all kinds for children and Picture Frames for Ladies. I' DSESDAY, DEC. 27, - - - 1899. tf Richmond. Ky. of Mr. J. Lewis Booker, one of the best known citizens of the place. Mr. The show window ot E. Deatherage A Little Tol's Rejoinder. & Co. is lined with mirrors and illumiBooker whs in his usual health, and Pure Gas given. Teeth extracted nated with electric lamps the bright While Mrs. C. F. Burnam was the only shortly before his death had been 1)K. llonso.s--. decG-t- f i'ut pnin ly est. spot in the county from C p. ni. to guest, recently, of her son, Hon. A. R. in conversation with friends at the A'wut two Barnaul, at Frankfort, a little incident Water & Light Office. Uouer.s and Busby's Ministrcls midnight. clock in the afternoon he went home. occurred illustrating the quickness of in- at me upera nouse, luonuay Elect Officers. a child's perception. Its sensitiveness, anu, as was ins custom, lay down lor a t, January Ut. Our prices on these Holiday Goods will be much cheaper than they are to be found At their regular meeting, Thursday and, incidentally a species of sarcasm nap Hid wife was in an adioining night the Anrient Order United Work- tliat will prevent the grandmother from room about her housework, and hap anywhere else as it is a side line with us and we only carry' the line for the accommodation Teeth men elected the following 0 Hirers for again expressing her opinion so freely pening into the room where her bus 1 xtiiir'ed, 25 cents. of our many Customers. the ensuing year to little Madge. Mrs. Barnaul casually band lav heard him pasnini- - for breath. Int. HonsoN, Richmond, Ky. W. P. Baxter, P. M.; W. J. Shearer, M. remarked that she was a little fonder of She ruslied to his side but only to see Thanksgiving pastries in abund- - W.; T. L. Goodlet, Foreman; Chas. her grandsons than of her grand- - im expire a moment later The funer- We have just closed a cloak deal Avith one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the will take place at tiie residence of aughiers. to which Madge oniekly re i sale at Z minor's Hotel Bakery. Jackson, Overseer; Chas. Jacobs, Mrs. II L. White, to day at 11 o'clock, Queen City, whereby we purchased every Garment iu the entire factory, amounting to S. Z Taylor, Receiver; Dr L. plied, "and your granddaughters are a IjanOO ' ttie louder ot their grandpa than they followed by Interment in the Richmond J. Frazee, ltecorder. about Ten Thousand Dollars worth. We divided this Lot between our three stores, Rich1 i to Saturday the weather was all areof their grandma." 'To smooth over Cemetery. mond, Mt. Sterling and Georgetown. We bought these cloaks very low and at closing out A Good Man, Jim Is. A SWEET TOOTH "iir merchants nnd shoppers could the affair Mrs. Burn am kissed the little Deceased, who was about 42 years of . lor Christmas trading. price for FRESH NEW GOODS. If you need anything in Ladies-'- , Misses' or Children's Mr. James Arbnckle will take a po- pouting lips and paid that "grandpa age, was asiriKingiy uaiiusoine man, 01 fnr. ".oiwuoiuii-w- i """'I with D. 15. Shackelford & Co. for loves his granddaughters best of all. (ligmlled demeanor, of tins breeding. of Cloaks, Fur Collaretts or Collars, you can save half the price hy buying from this stock. Dr. J. W. Harris relieved Sire. sition white-winge- d and peace hov noble instincts, and had friends every- - and pains. But whatever the Williams of pleurisy by nn opera-- . 1900, and as he has proven himself such ered instantly scene. CALL AND SEE THEM. over ttie where. He was a son of Wm Booker. Ua. ,law,r if flat withdrew a quantity of fluid a valuable man in the hardware busiof Louisville, and was closely related ,, ,. ,. , ?V ness already his new employers have r nt r lungs. Mr. Breck Rapidly Rising. wcuu ijuu m to tne isookers. 01 Washington oounty,!"1 li-:-iu cauee for congratulating themselves Each and every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our greats store will be 1 Sometime ago the Climax noted the Ky., and of Arkansas. He was for good condition. e two electric arc lights on Main upon securing his services. Mr. Aryears the trusted salesman of Peaslee. offered at an ENORMOUS SACRIFICE PRICE for the next 15 days, we wish to close 'it are certainly a great benefit to bnckle is a fon of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. promotion of Mr. Daniel Berck to an f Scienc'e and skill have made 1 ity. mpoitaut position on the L. & X. R R. Gaulbert & Co.. Louisville but later A of otliera could be Arbuckle, of Silver Creek,-ant is poputhe entire lot before the Holidays. .hvansville, Inu. 1 he latest bulletin entered the insurance field in which it a simple matter. The den J to equal advantage. with evervor.e. lar of the annual changes iu the ofllcials of he was equally successful. s cnair no lonjrer nas anv tist To Ambitious Young Men. If yuu haveany oak, ash, poplar or at system announces that Col. Breck In iS85 he was united in marriage to terrors. Our Men's, Boys' and Youths Boots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost for v. ititlogsor trees, and wish to sell Write immediately to Wilbur R. ill. after January 1, become Superin Miss Ulivia White, daughter of Hugh Ail work is done witn ie- tendent of the mam stem of the L. & and fifteen days. We take stock during the Holidays and don't want the trouble of taking any Bates White, the latter of ,1 lor ush, write or call on Smith, for 23 j ears" President of the between Louisville and Bowling hom survives, a bright little girl of gard to our patrons' comfort, Commercial College, of Kentucky Unimore stock than we can possibly help. If j'ou need Ladies' Fine or Coarse Shoes, ChiHoy & SoPMt Co., branch. versity, Lexington, Ky., for circulars of reen.is-including the KnoxvllleSuperin twelve years, named for her maternal- convenience and ultimate sat ldren's Shoes, Baby Shoes, or anything in that line get our LOW CLOSING OUT CUT Nicliokisville, Ky. his v'iiim her motbthis responsible and influential college. tendent-'-, the most important L. & N., grandmother, shares to we believe, on the rs bereavement.and them the com isfaction. PRICES ON THEM. shorthand and typewritlour hundred c.liuice, pure bred Inch now operates over 5.000 miles in munity extends its deepest sympathy, We clean, fill or extract 1' uth Hock coukeicls and pullets ing and telegraphy taught. Graduates dozen States. In order that your mail t . ile at 50 cents each or $5 per dozen. successful. Col. Breck is a son of Rev. Robert L. Marriage of Miss Pearson to .Mr. Letcher. teeth without pain to the Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the 1 will cmt ton SI each after Dec reach this college, addtefs only, Wil Breck, D. D , formerly of Richmond, patient. bur R. Smith, Lexington, Ky, 15 for 50 A beautiful wedding was solemnized I i 4.4s, now ot taiitorma, brother ot lion. Our hne sets , of teeth at Mia. 11. II. CoLykk, , ' Chas. II. Breck, of this city. Col. vesterilav lilnrnmir nfc R nVInot nt the History cl Archibald Woods, Sr. nn j.tiSMf Richmond, Ky. k irst Baptist church, when air. wuiiam oo.uu maae on zyioniie or ruo Breck is the second Richmond boy to Judge Jtio. D. Goodloe. of Whites old such a high position on the L. & Bobertson Letcher, of Richmond. Kv.. ber are absolutely perfect. l"'io Noithwestom Yeast Co., of Station, one of the numerous descendand Miss Aunio Pearson, daughter of t Ill, are out again this year ants of Archibald Woods, Sr., has pre N., the otiicr being genial Jim McKiu-nc- - Dr. and Mrs. 11. R. Pearson, were mar We guarantee them. Superintendent of the Moutgom.uting free samples of their now pared a article giving an Teeth extracted 2oc. The y ilivision. lhe latter s wile is none ried, Ilev.Dr. George G. Eager I .us M.tjjic Yeast. There is hardly authoritative though brief sketch of lier than "Katydid," the poetess.who before the Holidays, so now is the time to load up. best amalgam filling 75c. .. (..woman or child in the United the life of the above named pioneer. lhe wedding party entered the edifice kindly remembered in Richmond. s 1! s nut familiar with the good qtial- - which will he of great interest to scores Half fare on R. R. and free to the strains ol alendessolin s wed You of people iu this section the Caper- s .if this favorite bread raiser. ding march, led by the six ushere. hotel accommodation for paThe Lost Cause ii" mi.Niakb when you buy Magic oiih, Marnses. iioodloes, bhackclfortls. Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments Messrs? George Wragg, Massie Ander ! at 5.-- . Y a package and rofuse to Millers, etc. The article will appear in Comes to us this week full of good son. Samuel C. Strike. William Driver. tients from a distance who are overflowing with good things. GIVE US A CALL. things. The number is profusely illus- Horace Johnson. Dennis Carr. John write for appointments t.ix tun t.itiuns our next issue. trated, containing etchings and half-tun- Norton and Fcrrell Pearson, who were No Best For the Weary H. HOBSON, Al Busby's Min-Ms Bowers and of the Davis tablets and monuill 1h at the Opera House, M011- Although the Register and Para ments at Richmond, Va.; President best man, Mr. Leslie Evans, of Kich- - Office next door to Postothce, I'Ui't, Jauuary 1st, headed by Otis graph celebrated Christmas by closing Davis' birthplace in Kentucky and mond. Ky. Next entered the matron Richmond. Kv. Office onen 1, .n m. ,r 1 J --r,s late of "Beach and Rowers' up shop, the l umax liKe its prototype, home in Mississippi; a fine portrait of uif iiuiiui, iu.10. if. .iiiiaiii isrivei,Hiiu nou I ' i at) all Whito. Stars. Superb "1, itn-s- . ninhtc Brook, goes on forever, despite the Col. J. J. Williams, late commander of the l .I symphony orchestia. Preteiting high tariir, gold standard, monopolistic, Virginia Division of U. C. V. with whito in its make up. Her hat new features, refined specialities imperialistic, military government un- GET IN THE BAND WAGON, FOLLOW THE CROWD A2CD GET YOUR SHARE An energetic temperament and ac The issue contains, in addition to was green mirror velvet with white ( et hinders, genuine novelties than ler which we now live, paying a war other matter, the following: A spicy birds aud she carried an arm bouquet of tive habits conduce to longlevity. VERY RES FT., OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE. s a shows cuinliiued. See tax on every tiling we eat, drink, wear, editorial on the painting of Ueiii R K pink roses. She proceeded the fair daily. Two see,. t tnmd free etreet tiaradu tor Lee s portrait 111 blue; orders irom uen. feel, hear or smoi:. accompanied by her he Non-Irritati- ng I .1 concerts dailv. Price 25. 35 and the Climax, vote for Democracy, ai d Moorman; interesting accounts of the bride, who entered father. Dr. Pearson. The bride wore a ts national meeting of the Daughters of tailor gown of blue serge with vest of lid thic cruel war. le Confedefcy in Richmond, Va.; ad beauty velvet. Her liat via of blu Bronze Turkeys For Sale. Our Merchants Will be More Careful. dresses by Mrs. (Gen.) Basil Duke and elvt t, fur and birds, fclio carried a Full h'ooded bronze Turkey gobblers Easy to take, easy to operate As January 1, the seltlingtime of tho others; war reminiscences and various gorgeous arm cluster of Amenc in beau a id hens for sale by Mrs. Thomas most charm- ty roses. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN year, approaches, the inevitable 'dun" interesting notes, making a of dec20-J5 U hvin. XT ing and this Conimmediately alter the ceremony the comes on apace. Our merchants will federate attractive number publication. Bronze Turkeys For Sale. entire wedding party and a number of take warning from the fate of a Cincin and the in tho Theiost uause will contain an in Full blooded bronze turkev gobblers nati merchant who was held on $100 formation and notes of interest in con other friends drove to were station and Heart failure covers a multitude of tbero congratulations offered by Mis Thomas United States Couit Fridav a d hens for sile nection with the great national reunion goou byes said. Al nan past eight Air. medical ignorance. boud for sending a postal card through of Confederate Veterans to be held in dee20 4t Baldwin. and Mrs. Letcher left for their future the mails calling a man a ' dead beat. Louisville, Ky.. May 1900. As a cure for rheumatism Chamber Removal. home In Richmond, Ky, Iho provocation may justify such an gaining a wide .dited bv JUrs. Basil Duke and Bliss This leaving 01 this lovely bride that lain's Pain BalmB. isJohnson, of Rich epithet but evidently it is not healthy Mine. Boulaiulur Hamilton moves reputation. D. Florence Rarlow, to express your opinion of a delinquent 75 cents per year. Louisville, Ky. Price Montgomery gives to Kentucky takes mond, Ind , has been troubled with dressmaking1 establishment from her troin Alabama one ol the most popular tl.e lvubrv House to David Biggcrstall's patron through the U. S. mails. young women who has over graced our that ailment since 18G2. Iu speaking ot .Nicond street. A Strong Tcim is This. '! never found anything F03, SALE. society. She tnay count her friends it lie says: A Gift to Give. 1 used me in sluggish liver, Herbine, by its that would A SUKE CURE FOB CUOOP. For Sale. 'better, Mr. Clarence W. Murphoy, of Savan who love her acu will really miss her Chamberlain's relieve Ralm. until The Democrat, aeekly paper, pub and Eczema, beneficial action upon the biliary tracts, I Pain It acts like the score. It is often difficult to decide what to Tho intense itching and smarting inci-th- e fluid, and brings Eighteen nnd one quarter acres of lished at Nicholasville, Kv. Three nah, Ga., has our thanks for a copy of byMr. ijOtcher. who has won, In every magic with me. My foot was swollen Twenty-fiv- e Years Conslaut Us& Without renders the bile more good presses (two good jobbers and a us laiesL j.uuuuy, ruwiuuuceu in imma is hearlhy condi- - J 'lent to those diseases is instantly allayed get your friends for holiday gifts. Here ' tt laud, two mile east of Richmond, liver into a sound, way ot bride. He is a rjaem and paining me very much, but one cut y applying Chamberlain's Eye and is a suggestion: a Failure. an the Irvine pike. For particulars news), abundance ot type, paper well ture upon the back of an elaborately ber worthyveryhisprominent Kentucky good appiication of Pain Balm relleyed tion, thereby banishing tho sense of "Good morning, Jennie, I have of a illumined Christinas card issued by Col ter. new gasoline engino, in fact a Ointment. Many very bad ;ases general tall on or address. Thomas, lra Die. r or sale by rerry . drowsiness, lethargy, and tiiefrom dis Skin been permanently cared bv it. Gera nice stocked olllco for newspaper or job F. B. Morse. Passenger lraflic Mana family, the members of which have for Jiave The first indication of croup is ,hoarse-- . feplimr of anathv which arise , It brought you handed present," said neat. 1. . Rev. A. J. Tiuiidlk, 1 work. This papper has. been estab ger ot the Southern 1'acihc and tne generations held high otncial positions nsu mid in n eniiu Slimed 10 sigh orders of the liver. Prico 50c. Perry 33 cqnally efficient for itching piles and trude, as she package. her friend a mill lanO) Richmond, Ky. A man should bo ashame to swear lished lor 12 years and is a money-ma- k decG-lHuston and Texas Central .Railways in the fctate. Mr. Letcher Is a voung before men as well as before women. disease it may be tahen as a feUre si favorite, remedy for sore nipples; ly wrapped The pale, weary looking girl, who Follow & Thomas. mhapped hand3, chilblains, frost bites nown as the famous "sunset Route' Inwver who Has already achieved a $10 Reward ing investment for any live man. Will of the approach of an attack. sell on easy terms to a good man. Ap from the Atlantic to the Pacific high degree of success iu his profession. rouKn ing this hoarseness is a peculiar lipillRgreatest potato and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. was slowly recovering from severe ill" A home is a cheerless home, The Belgians aro tho l or anv person who lias a bad fitting ply to ness, opened the bundle and held up a n 7,1. Tf ni,ml,urlill'd Cnllull in He is a graduate of 1 ale and a man of me childless instinct e.xisis in every W. K- liAivitis, coast. Col Morso is " " -- T.ii.t eaters, and the Irish come second. maiernai t of lower teeth Hint 1 can't make a Richmond, having been General Mana social and intellectual attainments 18 Slvou 1,8 Dr. Codj's Condition Powders, are large bottle of clear, rich medicine. isiciioiasviiie. ivy. " iT woman,and when it's ungratified she is "J i iiufortHhiu and catiofjctury platn one sheexclaimod. ger of the Kentucky Central R. It., now Montgomery, Ala., Advertiser. just what a horse needs when in bad "Hood's Sarsaparilla!" about deprived of much of thehappinessof life. noaree. Fy?,Vl.L "...""7 1 "Deeds Are Fruits, ti at won't nit tie and that vim can eat Practicing Law in Nashville. it y condition. Tonic, blood pnrilier and "I have been reading the Cincinnati cc lavingion lsrancu 01 appears, ,is wiu.um, It often happens that ,childlessness Is is tifiPfi TTinnv litoushiiue, ui Hit. V. 11. lloitso.v, Richuioud, h. , They are not food but and wished I had a bottle." iivuiu in, , i' ", Words are but leaves." It is not what vermifuge. last week the ed- - the L & N. He is big brained and big Of Interest to the Cornelisons'. Warrens', uue 10 some cause wuiuu can ne re-- 1 Whilo in Nashville K ijdeel f On New Year's Day Jennie was able we say, but what Hood's. Sarsaparilla medicine and the best in nso to pnt a ninvpd. nnil nttnn id removed l,v i he U1IS uroau janu aim or. u..,.u... Barktcys' and Wallers'. Itoi of the CiiiMAX met two gentlemen hearted and a gentleman all over.wlicm tho streets, and to her Wo have yet to does that tells the story. Tiie many horso In prime condition. Jewelry btuic Moved. ..r r i.nt.-:the anxious mothers. o:AHni i?n.,-- l Price 25 to bo out onremarked how Well film W. Colyar his patrons and subordinates admire well remembered here J. friends who I innrn rif The Climax Is in receipt of this letter . 1 ..;..ir... i a Rllinle instance in wwhich it wonderful cures effected by this medi- cents per package. li-- ll, gov and delight to serve. An acquaintance i.!u both lately in i; Mr, I, K. Line, the ponu'ar Second mil .loli ii A. was looking she simply said: "Hood's o other cine are the fruits by which it should years with his traveling from Mr. Warren HarKley, Patents 1011. I lie vigor nnu viianiy which iih - "as not pVovcd effectnhl. remedy imparts to the delicate womanwill, mi Jan. 1, move his ernment service, the loriner in the of fourteen Raiu has nover been known to fall in Sarsaparilla," ami every one of them ... .... ,i: : in tho Pension de passenger agent, Mr. Mnrphey, enables and Patent Causis, 220 Broadway, New IV UIKilllR, I'lllO n.o. : A liUIIUIliUII I preparation can show such a ., record - be judged. These proves this to be tho Revenue, , . bllt?lll 111 j buHueiuti tlie Jennings store- - partment tho latter practicing law, us to say, what ten thousand other YorKCity: with- great, equalled remedy for dyspepsia, that part of Egypt between the two knew it was this gToat medicine that ii-i.- i. u .1.- iwnntv.tiVR vears constant -liioy are 01 noruiiii iieiiiiu, w . iuck. 111 .i.r uicii u Inut ft failure. For sale by uic r mi oil Main siree', between tliti K'ch lm had given back her health. Xskw York, JJ ec its, loUU. lorry & rheumatism, scrofula, salt rheum, ca- lower falls of the Kile. -- r. .1 being Colyar & liell. rooms 33 friends will endoree, that there is not -. ui.ti.oi uuv. 1:1 imcu 1110 Milt: uusiiumiuii iu n- - i5:w,... i National Bank and While & tho firm a more . r.. i. .... i .1 mnj Editor Climax: tarrh, and all other ailments due to im34, Chamber of Commerce build between the two oceans iiioiiiilh. and ilavo you a cold? A doso of Cous-scn- 's All the emery used In tho world (iilisn's. poverished blood nig, nnu are delighted witn rsasnvnie. genial, accomplished nnd popular gen Dear Sir: Will yon pleaso piiblit.li the Common Sense Medical Adviser, Honey of Tar at bed time will reNew Wall Paper House in Richmond. conies from the littlo island of Naxos particularly of Richmond tleman than Ularonco wamwright wur notice below, as it might interest some book containing 1008 pages and 700 il Usually the man of might is the man Both asked move it. mild, & Thomas.Prico 25 and 50 cents. Perry near Greece. obey, and such traits render him fit of the Cornelisons' and others around lustrations. It is sent entirely free on who won't. Chicago News. Hood's Pills are 'lhe diug firm of Pony & Thomas friends. decC liu for service in the passenger department Richmond effective. h is installed a perfectly beautiful lin receipt of stamps to pay expense of The Banks Lose. "My son has been troubled for years of this noted system, "The Sunset According to a German journal, more Died, at her home in Champvans mailing only.' Send 21 one-cestamps ot wall i.ai.ers and have Mr. V. L. TI10 Modern Mother The proportion of paupers to the than 8 per cent, of all seafaring men are with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime ago 1 les Dole, France, on December 2, 1899, for the paper back bound volume, or 31 eJs, a skilled artiht, to hang and In Circuit Court, Friday, Judge Can- - Route." I persuaded him to take some of ChamMrs. Elizabeth Ppuiet, relict of A. Pou- - stamps for cloth covered.' AddresR Dr. Has found that her little pneS are im population of England is lower now afflicted with rheumatism. tUvorute rooms t hint all tastes and tritl g&ve a judgement against the Ultl berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea. Bearded the Blind Tiger in its Lair. let, and daughter of the late Thomas R. v. Pierce, CC3 Main street Buffalo, proved more by the pleasant Syrup of than it has been for 45 years. Zens, uenosit. Agncuitureai anu xwurMo trouble to show goods. imn-es- . , . For broken limbs, chilblains, barns, Itomcdy. After using two bottles of bon Banks of Paris for back taxes. The aug23-l- f t igs, when in neeu 01 me laxanvo ei- ivarreu. tel. New York. Deputy Sheriffs R. W. Colyer and P. anu ainnnua uorueiison it. ine Northern Bank settled a few days ago, fectofa gentle remedy, thud by any Iu biliousness, Herbine, by expelling scalds, bruised shins, sore throat, anil the 25 cent size he wns cured. I give Broaddus accomplished a successful deceased was born in Madison copnty. Did in Missouri. Most men begin to save after they other. Children enjoy, it and it bene from tho body the excesses, purifies the sores of every kind, apply Ballard's tliis testimonial, hoping some one simnaving 12.207.19. This makes a total raid on a blind tiger at tho mouth of Ky. April 23, 1828, and accompanied ilarly afllictcd may read it and be fits them. The true remedy, byrup ot blood, and tones up and strengthents b'now Liniment. It will givo immedMrs. Klilm Dillingham, mother of collected by the city's attorneys, Moore tho tunnel on the Kentucky rive;' op her parents to Missouri in 1833. The have spent all. Figs, Is manufactured by the California the entire svstem. Price 50i:ts. Perry iate relief aud heal &any wound. Price benefited " Thomas C. Hower, Glenoo, Mrs. H. II. t.oher, and hister-in-iaof & Rogers, and Mann & Ashbrook, of posite rortl, on Christmas day. JUr. leceased was distinguished for her be " decG-l25 aud 50c. Porry Thomas. decClm O. For salo by Perry & Thomas, liu & Thomas. There are few ailments so uncomfor Fi-- Syrup Co., only Mr It IS Ihiiingiiuiii ot tbis'clty, died $43 007,19. The city lost 011 the year of Colyer first enfered the saloon, formerly nevolence and charity and her funeral on 1 hursdav night at l'iatte Uity, 10. lS93..the banks pleading limitation, but conducted tiy Aiex. reuce, anu lounu a was largely attended by the people from table as piles, but they can easily be cured bv using 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Deceated was hii tstuuable lady and tho case will go to the Crurtof Appeals. score of men around the bar. He ad Dole, JJijon, and uesancon. Ointment. Relief follows its use, and Paris Democrat. ra t many boi rouing friends in Miss vanced to the counter and laying MEMORIAL. affrom ouri and Kfnincky. down a quarter purchased a glass of A Tree on Fire. parents diod in Chillicothe, any onesulfering give itpiles can not Her a trial. Price whiskey. Ry prearrangement Deputy Mo., in 1858. Diiou, ancient capital of ford to neglect to Why L. & A. 7 A very peculiar fire caused the do Broaddus entered in toonilo and Mr. the Dukedom of linrgandy, and Uesan 50 cpnts in bottles, tubes 75cts. Perry decO-lThe new name of the Richmond fiartment to make a run at 10 o clock Colyer asked him to have a drink. "No. con are each about 20 miles from Dole & Thomas. A I don't want a drink, but I'll take that to Race and Fifth streets. livine & Beattvvilte. R. Gratitude, like every thing else, is Champvans, and aro the centers of U, is IiOiusville & Atlantic, which, live electric wire set lire to a tree near man who sold you yours," and with. and fortifications. My lather, James obnoxious when it is overdone. vast tii 'Ugh an improvement over its former bv and started a blaze which threaten that Mr. Broaddus laid his large official C, was born in Mason, now Fleming a phabeiical nauie.tslikelv to create con ed to do damage. It was extinguished bands unon the clerK. .Harry vvh- "Look before you leap." Bo sure lnsion, for there are in this section now without trouble. louchbv. while Mr. Colyer performed Charles J'0" get Hood's Sareaparilla when you item, taken from the Lex similar sad rites over the corporosity of sin living in your city-- Mr. The abovo tin L,.&N, the L & A., and the Li call for it, and yott will find health In ington Herald, calls to mind the fact the proprietor, xancy Juerntt, iust as Waller." Very truly yours. 1 , (Lexington & Eastern.) Its use. place near the Govern tho spectators fled in wild contusion that at a certain "Will Build Here. Biciiabd Warkex Barkeev. building, in Richmond, during through the various exits of the build ment It is a smart father who knows hnu his daughters spell their first names. Mr. I". M. Popo has bought of Mr. wet windy weather flashes of eiectrici ing. The culprits were brought to the J jhu W. Crooke the vacant lot 205x05 tv are visible where the wires of the city nnu placed nnder 51,000 each. ! The disposition of children largely electric light plant touch the limbs of fee t, on West Main, between J. S. ColsHoEMraCo It is raid that this, is lhe same man depends upon health. If they are trou lins' and Miss Farley's, and will shortly i treewho lately applied to Judge Merritt bled with worms, iney win ue srrita- erect a residence thereon. Mr. Pope was denied license to ST0LE2T Million for and will rent out his soconu street proper Pnblic sale of franchises for Electric tiii ernsH. feverish, and Dernnns ser sell liquor iu the Union Magisterial ty. This will not alter his plans to take From Robert Elkin's plate on Decern district. He thereupon opened up on Lights, Electric Street Railway, "Water iously 6ick. Whites Cream Vermi fuge is a worm expeller and tonic to Hie road January 1, for Johnson uros. ber 8. 1899, near Ruthton Postofflce, the a. t. in Alex. Pence's famous old 1 Works. Madison county, Ky., ONE RROWN sort with the abovo disastrous result. Jlardwaie, Cincinnati. Be it ordained by the Board of Trus make 25them healthy & and cheerful. cents. Porry j nomas. lin MARE. 6even years old. about 14 J tees ot the town ot Irvine, Ky.,that Price John Feeney Lost, Thirty Cents Reward. hands high, her mane reached last A Little Girl Had a Fortune in Her Arms said board on the 22d day of January Tho daughters of a millionaire al- ( apt Feeney informs us that his son, spring, and about six Indies long now 1900, at the front door of the Court Bui Let It Go. ways have fine figures. long tail. left fore foot whito to John, Jr , assistant agent at Paris.while thin House. Irvine, Ky.. between the hours hutiling in Rowan county last week. anklo. saddle knot on her back, heavy Miss Myra Teyis, the pretty littl of 10 a. m. and 11:30 a. in., offer pub Z&& mare--, I'm. natural pacer nnd daughter ol Col. and Mrs. Will T. licly to the highest and best bidder the lost his wav during n terrific storm close built and, with Mes&rH. Henry Kurhmau does not trot. The State piiys 50 Tevis, of near Kirksville, was in town Franchises or JfriviiPge Jor-an-y or all Eating Sores. Tumors. Dicers. Can and (Jeorge Vardeii, was compelled to reward lor the capture and conviction last Wednesday aud desired to see the the below mentioned purposes, for a cer of the Nose, Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, spend halt a day in a mountain cave. of the thief. Any information leading interior of the new vault of the State term not exceeding 20 years, a motion Breast. Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are 1. all curablo by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood John savs ho ieit iust liKe M cents tin to tier recovery win ie gr.ueiuiiy iv- Bank- - and Trust Company. The to nnd for said purpose having-bee- n by her owner. mode before and to said Balm), which Is made especially to Cashier, Mr. R--. E. Turley, as is his til lie and his companions were rescued ceived UHKISTOWEB bnCAREH. by a searching party. custom, took great pains to exhibit board to build, operate anu maintain t:ure all terrible Blood Diseases. Per dec27-2Ruthton, Ky aud explain the various features of the Electric Street Railway. Electric Light sistent bores. Blood and bkm litem- Mail Boxes For Richmond. mighty treasure nouse to tne little gin a..U Power riant, water rower riant ishes. Sciofula. that resist other treat- A Novel Wedding. Postmaster Wallaco is contemplating who was much amazed at the thiols nnd Works with . nmine ,and hvdranta I ments. are aulckly cured by 1.-B. B. B, , Pl.! ., . . .II i, making application fur establishing Perhaps tho most novel wedding noss of the great steel cage, its massiv nnnn ncrons Ann mrnnim rue atrpfiiR . n . JMiiiu.i ouu xviuhiiuiih. immnifi nioou! T boxes ol said town so as not to interfere with Pimples, Bed, Itching Eczema, Scales, letter boxes over the city for the that ever took place in Clark county doors, and the many of the public. Thereareover was that Wednesday ot lazzte Jrium used to preserve the valuables of pa the public and convenient use thereof. Rlisters. Red or Brown Patches, Blotches, GOOD people in Richmond and the city's mons-ofthi- s city, and Sergeant Sam trons of tho bank. At last Mr. Turley The said board or trustees shall cause Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc., are all due j area is so great that It would be a great Wheelers, of New Mexico. Both parties opened the barred partition behind to he published for four consecutive to bad blood, and hence easily cured d convenience to those living remote from are colored, the bride being a teacher which stands the great weeks in some newspaper of general by B. B. B. Syphilitic .blood rolson the postollico to bo able to deposit their in the public schools who stands very safe containing its thousands of gold circulation, this advertisement for the literally anven irom tne system oy o. man in boxes nearby.- Should Mr. high Tn tho estimation of all who know and stiver currency. Many bags of sale of said franchises or privileges. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), m one to Wallace's plan go through there will her both whito and colored. The the precious yellow and whito metals The terms of the contract to be en five months. B B. B. does not contain be six or more boxes erected, ono near room is a sergeant in the Ninth Col wero shown to the bewildered child tered into between purchaser or pur vpufltahTa or ,. mineral poison.T7, One bot ,.. . . ... the K. C. depot 0110 011 Lancaster A ve- ored Cavalry and is stationed at i'L who could hardly lift some of them chasers and said town to be made tin win test it in anv ewe. hot saie uy - containing money enough, as she said known and entered into on the (ky of drnegists every whwe.-'- ' Large bottles nue, one 011 West Main, one near R. X. Wlngate, New Mexico. The coreI. & B. depot, and another near the monv was performed by telegraph and "to buy my papa's farm." At last, Mr sale- - The said Trusteos. reserving the SI, six for $5. Sewti.fef a free sample court house, and others at suitable telephone. Rev. 1. P. Young ofnciattn Turlev'asked her to hold out her arms nelit to reiect any ana au bids. hott a. wutcli win m aeni py return points. Tiie mails will be collected at this end and Chaplin P. S. Foster at and he plied upou them packages of Given under our hands this 18th mall. When yon wrrt, describe sympfrequently duriug the (lay and untold the other. The names ot the witnesses greenbacks to tiie amount of $12,000 toms, and person! tre medical advice day of December. 18S9 will be given. Address Rood Bahu Cd , coilyoniencrt given tiio public We were signed at each end of the line. The which were bo heavy sho dropped 8. L. TUDOR. Chairman. g . "tor- 43S Mitchell street, Atktt, TIIOS.WlLLIA.Mi, We'y. iruu Mr. Wallace may succeed In this The, distance is 1713 miles. Winchester thesa to the floor, laudable undertaking JalyHUyr tun to gtid fro her grasp." Democrat. 1 1 rnoa rt .u co 1 - to-d- Rook-keepiu- 11 -- . I -1 "I 1 y, Busy Bee Gush Store two-colum- n . es w y i- ? 1 1 iiiim-.tre'- 1 Cathartic - W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. 4t Hood's Pills ' 1 Salt-Rhou- m m - well-know- ?". I .". j. i,,bo to-d.i- ,iia nt T-- 1 W'-u- ii. 1 1 to-d- ay g, nt ,r, w r m m m TO BE HAPPY Is to be free from colds and damp feet. The only NOTICE preventative is wear a pair of the 9 MB my, 0000000 0i I litelea 9 MB in all Iks Different Lasts I 1 1 ce safe-depos- it We are the authorized agents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory, any other agentsare fraudulent and backed by nothing. globe-shape- DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO., thus-allowin- Pr'mtS hows through CALL BILL SCHOOLER'S CYLINDER PRESS. Contributed by Tom Jlynam to Mallet and Pinner 'Scliooer & Sclioolcr.- - rubljsliers." Oolopmn's, qndjiuman The Kational Republican convention Skk Wemtfl Advised to Seek such crimes iy- pttnlslsmentCfDr law p.rovifcoiio such wiU meet in Philadelphia Juno .10, 1000.-Advice of Mrs. Pinkham. fiend 'ns t'olman. tln.'er the Mosaic The date and place for the National - LETTIL TO SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. in- - Coolest ami most refreshing of. drinks that win be found in the city are dispensed late and accommoby up-tclerics. dating Gcnulic Ssraloja Water Kept on Tap. Fho :e 3. Second St. RfCIMOND, KY Kidneys, Liver and Bowels System Cleanses Acts gently on the the EFFECTUALLY . OVERCOMES L-rfCt- Habitual nndnnlrfr. A I.'cn V?i. Physically Perfect. It ths mutt of CO days use cf XCENERO. Young men will regain tluirbw-- r r; li 1, and Old Hen will recover tbrlr youthful vigor. It fits ono rria-- c RECENER3 for business, itmlv ii the creatert Keniaot rrr fold h this country. Can bo carried in vc-- voclct. By mall $1.C0 porb x, r sis fprC3.Cl tie chirrf ally r:funl On rr.oney whero Mv boxes do not effect .1 euro. Circulars free Address tao American oflico ot BOROETiCX rOSICii CO.? ; Tho Tcre'i of ev FOR WEAK IsMEN rreat French Remedy within ens? Am' t lean. 11 JT5 Co1 TO PERMANENTLY nets powerfully bbhef ICIAl EFFECTS. GEHVINt-MAM- Buy THE Dy tm (aurrniaITg rot tAu evMi envt&cr Jan5-l- y rmu sot rtt temt. aS&fetz septl3-ly For gale by Perry & Thomas. -- I35ECONOMIST RANGES Our Goods AND Our prices Compel 3011 to trade with us when you give us a trial. IPS Roofing, Guttering and Gene A fibs I'M!! ADVICE AS TO iitm. DESIGNS S The ladies cannot be decei ed by catclry phrases nor bombastic claims. All Work. Job we have to say is, we buy in the best markets of the world," select the te la- ran AND COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED Boole "How to Notice in ' Inventive Ago " obtain Patents" FREE PATENTABILITY test goods, and when you buy you know you have the latest, goods. Is that what jou want? If so, trade with up-to-da- were the nnmesnt tln niasthead.of the MoreliCBil (Ky.) Atlvancfl for Msveral years. W.UC hciiooier was ami Mrs. W. F. Schooler city tnlltor. A glano Ht tho files of the Advance shows many tain 8 of country iounial-isAn aiticJe'That Cylinder Press." was in epireil ly callers asking why he did not get a cylinder press. 31r. Sshoolt-r- , wlio ldnow an employe of the Government Piintins Olllce, replied: 'The publisher of a country paper has a michtv siuht of tilings to content!. with in the ordinary course of .alTait hut when he is handicapped by the vicissitudes incident to a prehistoric press of the( li. Franklin vintage the acme of trained patiencu is reached and the printer is liable to say and do things then that apparently border on the boundary line of rationality and insanity. When tliK jtUderihikq and of the ancient machine o becomes obstreperous because of pressure fiom tnrrounding electrical influence and contrary flip flops curiosity, the ediof tho tor's job like philosophy flees, and a d expletives volubility of rent large vacuums in the immediate atmosphere. 1 For several weeks we have been pestered to the" verge of by persons rsking us why we don't purchase a highspeed cylinder press. Why don't we? Why don't we build the new court house and raalre it a gift to the count n? Why.don't we monopolize the timber trade of this and adjoining counties-- . "Why don't we purchase all the wholesale and retail ebtablishments in the city and institute a mammoth metropolitan bazar of ifargains? Why don't we oust the Vanderbilts from the control of the C. and O. railroad and assume supreme Why direction of that corporation? don't wo secretly organize the moonshine interests of Kentvcky into a compact whole and 'bust' the whisky trust? Why don't we hipnotize the powers that be and have the State capi- tol removed from Frankfort to ilore-head- ? Why don't we mesmerize several hunred debtors of the Advance in to paying their dues? Yah! Why don't wo buck the Morgan syndicate and maintain the government's financial equilibrium by loaning it a part of Oh, of our immet.se gold reserve? why don't we course, fellow-citizenjust rise up and raise h 1 on $1.37." The following, published later, indicates that he prospered and got the press: "When we wrote the above, which was published in the Advance March 25, I89G, there were times in our journalistic journey when we were driven to tho conclusion that running a newspaper in the mountainous regions of Kentucky was nearly on a parallel with peddling peanuts, in a grax'eyard. Uutj we did not despair of better times to come. 'Hope sees a star and listening love can hear the rattle of our new cylinder press." uu-duback-number new-coines, Charget moderate. No fee till patent la secured. 1 E.C. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, WashlngtonTb. C White AND Gibson i Ti.at Tli robbing Ilrailarlie Whould quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Lifel'ills. Thous ands of enlTerers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They made purebloodnnd strong nerves and build upyourhealthH Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. Money hack if not cured. Sold by 1 Perry Sc Thomap, Druggist. A YRUP PEPSIN ' CURES INDIGESTION. 81 W - DR. CALDWELL'S Bl STICKY STORY. t itizens the duty to Hibmit to n A specialist on ear disuie tan?., jitic wiien hurli a tnmo r.s eases has made the announcement Co'ematjV 'is committed, tho'Wturor that half tho deafness prevalent at the ' For several years my tealth wan righUpf th'ene.t of kin to the farthest' Rres6nt time can be traced to the practice of boxing the ears of children. s, miserable. I suffered tho most stranger jri the world, Is revived ard and was almost on thevergp " of insanity. I consulted one of the the vvritton law it inat tivo for it tloes Senator Lfridsay -has introduced a bill in the Senate to- increase the best physicians in New York, and lie cae. pronounced my disease a fibroid tumor, ' ' "7 It ought tii res giiitlljy wjcjefyj to S30 a Mexican', war veterans from $8 month. advising' an operation without delay, saying that it was my only chance for thntthfo'l;e,,ti.e.t.)rtjnte,. niuUIatign, ThcJfiuee"n & Crescent only fh rough life. Other doctors prescribed strong' and worso'.jf liurian. ingenuity can and violent medicine, and one said I Hue to tlori.hu ' 20lec4t w; terrorsIutU' lo' t ho . portion' Pullman was incurable, another told, me my every uch otfentlor- - ua (Jiileman.- only salvation was galvanic batteries, of JyhrHt comes 'tj a choicc.of profest, t which I tried, but nothing relieved me. v.nt,iv main Jinngmg ougpt to be sions" fife day I.diorer'can ""always 'take Ono day 4t friend called and begged mo his pick. to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable serydJiirjimyhody, black or Avhite, l or private citizen, who Compound. I began its use and took p Snecultitlon mnv sou ml more refined several bottles. From the very first uttempts intorforo with heforeliand than gutbIiiig4)ut a fellffw loself jti'st bottle there was a wonderful change, as muclf for the better. The tumor has disap- or toMiiqiilre into b'ueli- - latching ther,e- e peared entirely and my old spirits havai 'afterv.-Thcpiijjr'atpla'trSs.'L CIeanline.sOnHv.vlionext to godH- Frc.e JVe returned. I heartily recommend the 'cltizcjis of 3Iaysville on their issrbnt irtST?es f8!sbfadveftising to Trf)uis,viIIo iFteo vtoggelLjspap nevertjuj'.pss,- Mbs. Yah Cleft, 416 Satodees Ave., burning " Press:':-- ' i C V' " Jeesey Crrr Heights. N. J. V Hylcr's fiyspepsci.i TablctsJ-pleaNiut- . '-SpaIUVOret?srKeiM!r -rr-; "easytrrtake"r miTt!j;ivorp(5nnaii eii tr to' ' yelps. Jim rushed out with old man Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, lief. SO .days treatment. $1, Mailed Mullins in close pursuit, to 6ee what spends his winters at Alke'ti,"" (J. Weak on receipt of price. the trouble waa and to separate the nerves had caused severe rutins' n the ; MuitoocK Conn Co., J dogs, when thero was Ins favorito ,dog novSaiy. . Atlanta, Gai . back of his head. On'ttsing KJectric literally covered with molasses and Bitters, America'sgreatest Blood and tho other dogs licking and chewing Nerve Remedy, all pain soon When 'ycd" are betting" on a sure left liim. him from head lo'foot. Tfie sight was He says, this grand medicine is what thing always "hold. out enough to pay so rcdicnlous - that Jim,' for the first 4 his country jieeds. All America knows your carfare home. timo iu ids life, began to laugh and that It cures liver and kidney trouble, continued to laugh notwithstanding purifies the blood, tones up the stom- (The nncientH believed the world was his favorito dog was being eaten alive ach, strengthens the nerves, puts Vim, square; but that was before right before bini. was invented. v vigor and new life into every mucle, ' Old man Mullins is enraged at tho nerve aud organ of the body. Ifjieakf at the loss of a halt barrel of molasses hred periling you need if. Every bop J. B. Clark, Peoria. 111., says, "Surand let in on tho whole pack With a tlo guaranteed, only 50 ceuts. jSuTdJby geons wanted to operate 6n uie for piles, but I cured theiu with Dewitt's Witch club and thereby saved trio life of the Perry & Thonias, Druggist. "T. Hazel Salve " It is infallible, for piles offender, but he was minus .two ears and skin disease. Bewaro of counterand a tail when the feast was over. Jim feits. Perry & Thomas:' LITERARY NOTES is still Ianghing over the tholasses dog." Tlireo Men on Four Wheels is . Music may have charms to soothe Jerome .K. Jerome's rather eccentric the savage but it's thepopularairs that BORN 'EM ALL. title tor the series of humorous stories gives him the tired feeling. which he has just' completed for The MAYSVILLE SERVED THE FIEND COLEMAN When! a liian can go into a pawn Saturday Evening Post, of PhiladelEXACTLY RIGHT. sliop wjthont a quickening of the pulse', lias phia, Everyone The burning alivo of the fiend, Cole- pMcn- in a Boat who who-ha- read Three or ahaightening of color, it's a Sure and not? there before. man, at Maysville, last. ''Wednesday will tvish to follow the. misadventures sign that ho week, was precisely.the righf thing, and of Mr.:Jeronie and his. companions, on The Quean eVCrescent only through the onlv regret that any decent citizen their tour through Germany astride a car line to Ashcville. 20dec4t need have; is that tho brute could not tandem aud a safety. Mr. Jemoe's wit is no less keen, nor his humor less There are two places in a newspaper have been tortured ten times as long kindly, than when he scored his first. where a man is .superstitious about before his vile soul was sent to perdi- great literary sitccessHen years ago.. having his name appear: The obituary tion. The first story of Mr. Jerome's series column nutl the' police court record. Mob law is tho only law" that ilts will appear in the Post of January 6. It Enjoyment awaits the Renius who 6uch a crime as his. The law permits has been superbly illustrated in halftone by Mr. Harrison Fisher. will perfect a system that will enable nothing more than the ..cranking of a man to dodge trolley-car- s and credisuch a creatoress meek. Ho is to be Mrs. R- - Churchill, Berliu, Vt., says, tors. iminlstered to bya.clergyman, have his "Our baby was. covered' with running sores. DeWitt'a Witch Hazel ' Salve picture printed in tho newspapers, be cured lie r." A 'specific for. piles, and ' "I was nearly dead with dyppppsia, Beware of worthless tried doctors, visited mineral springs, given a new, black suit, pampered with skin diseases. and grew worse, I used Kodol's counterfeits. Terry Thomas. Dyspepsia Cure. That cured me." It delicacies during his last days, stuffed Tho mounted . polico of Capo Colony digests what yon eat. Cures' indigeswith ham and eggs for .his'last meal, ' picked' men, used to fighting and tion, Hour' stomach, heart burns and dyspepsia. Perry &Thomas. led to the scaffold singing; 6ongs of do- -, are proud of are the high reputation- - of liverance, while his spiritual adviser their corpse. Tho force consists of 2,- Wiseman "If a- pretty girl kissed " " makes him believe that angel's are 000 men. , you, what Would you do?" hovering around him to bear his spirit her back, of The Queen & Crescent is the shortest , Verdant Green-"K- iss to heaven; and thus with reporters to lino South. . course." ,. 20de.c4t .. Wiseman "You arc yet youthful; I chronicle his last words and soldiers to Legislature convenes should choose hcr-faprotect him as he plays the heroin the The Kentucky early in January. My! my! the fun final drama, the law is vindicated. they will have.. A contest and a United The Qdedn & Crescont only 24 hours Human law does not "contemplate States Senator both on their hands. to New Orlears. 20dec4t ' advise-olLsufferinof-th- o well-knowdread-iol.paine per.-sion-- of hiid Inflammation and fallbag' of the wOmb, ,and inflammation of o varies, and' was in great pain. J toolc medicine prescribed by a physician, but itdld mpo good. At last I heart! of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and after using it faithfully I to say lam a well women. women to I would, seek advice of lira. Pinkham." ilea. G. H. Ciiatpeix, Giiast Pabk, I IX. "I III, rlKUAK IfO. 94jl Democratic convention-- , have yet to be t lajv ot kind was the thvenger?--; 'solectetl. '.'-'. . i.: uuu iun:iii&i. . uvciiu wu oilier. limit tu DeWitts Little Early Risers purify ed by.tbo Vightof asylum iu lhui"cities blood, eTean Uie ver. invigorate of refuge." Modern st.cipty mako laws tho system. Famous little pills fur tho constipation-auliver troubles. Terry that substitute .pHbJie. justice tlie-ipvc- .,i;t. ,- jmlk W PLEASE U TRY i forjiri-ratejxengeaii- audituditiari!y,itjs ife'ThomiW." b. -- A 1 - ... I. ...MIUBilJ.. ALL DRUGGISTS. tblfis-ofiJgU- A BOON TO MANKIND! DR Rats. 0 TABLET'S BUCfCEY! SEsSHsrarnJPII F. your-medicin- Uz2 3 n -- -4 ' TURF (Jl m ryt JO w 2"nwn Lisas 1! ,;''" A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL anc EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. A Rubber Tire Factory Here. liorse-rae-in- . Mr. S. L. MldkilT has installed the Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 50 Cents. first and only plant in the county for - - 310 North Main Sfrest, ST. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, the construction and repair of rubber JAMS F. tires for vehicles, and is turning out For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druff?ists. factory work at less than factory prices. We examined his work and found it equal to any in service. He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices. He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved, not to mention the comoct25-t- f fort derived. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. LOUIS, J"- - M3. V D fWFI ynwrwiariii ISM IIIHI il Hill i aangtY'i msssz e-- i tmp OF- s has-bee- Natioiinl importance. Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO "SHIPPERS. v ALONE Contains Both, uaiiy, by mail, Daily and Sunday, by mail $o S8 Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. more, "Washington, Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis Eastern markets. Philadelphia, New York and for Halt ;i' - Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and a year. a year. PSIVATB HOUSE SALES EVEEY "WEEKDAY. Other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given gromptattenti"ii. THE SUNDAY SUN Simon O'Donnell, General Manager. Is the greatest Sunday News paper in the World. Price 5c a copy. By mail, 52 a year. ADDRESS, " - Madison Monumental Works. 4 . ..- - ESTABLISHED 1863. ce THE SUN, " NEW YORK, N. Y. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pjropkietok. '""'V , ; ;"; -- & - ' ' - ' v iiodol vspepsia i.i-i- Cure TO ANY EMtRCfc.N'CY Ti, I.n ! Itartlficlallydlgeststbeioodanaalda v'ki ir ihI. Milllltl. it' Katuro in strengthening and recon1! im. nwiice it, structing the exhausted digestive orill the i:e 'IkIii ill .1 n . gans. It is the latest discovered digest-a- nt .1 iim(!i', rt linli'i and tonic. No other preparation ii,.f.ttis, iii!tiit MiiiatHitit, u IkiIc can approach it in efficiency. It inI, tlmt f. njf.lHii. or stantly relieves and permanently cures '( ' lii whiii nv.-wh.it niny Dyspepsia, Indigestion, vi ir5.v whv. uf tinIin. imc rnckti-wh- - Flatulence, Sour Stomach,Heartburn, Nausea, ttiic-of "irtW i4 tlit-.--- ir Digests what you eat; ,1111 i t ii.id ntl wnjrmiH ru''Ti;rt-t- l.iivrnfi in l k Sick ITeadache,Gastralgia,Cramps,nnd Kn JOHN UONGLSON, Prop'r., in-k- allotherresultsof imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E.C. De Witt a Co, Chicago. For ale bj feiry & .Thomas. Cnirinui' Works rtii ; tthi bl u 1a tjun f m mr. rvpi & ft i r 3i mm y umsm r?m$ lj l. .tea. I t dogj-dCliti- t nsit?rLitM w'w iue is nefssary. Pave the tt.s-C )riditionr-3'ou-ma- !i tpMim-.-- s by gyrtlmg one of our find that a w.ay to home "It is strange how a man acquired a niekjnninp," said the bass.liarof Urubli Oe"k, after a brief sileuce'atid those I recent had enjvd a hfartjjlaiigh over his ice ami mint cave whici nns put up in tile hills he s.iM, c!oe y slid. "Now Niche Holer's im.oii-rJiiu- e there is Jim lieiiuett. known as laughing Jim Miybo yu don't know how 1 lmo ki.owu I m ho got that name i a boy up 10 a .v and up until I e to he w;is neCr k is twenty-livlauuh." M.tiiy pranks airl' triiks Were periorinc'l by ilio o her bon in his pieenc) to provoke Jim to Jaugiu but lie wjw nlviiijs ns grave looking as h pieacher ami nothing we could do im Id even bring a smile to his conn t iiaiieit. I'uiiilly Jim In .k to fox. limit iu; and got him a pat-- of hounds There never was a great supply of dog feed at Jim's and the dogs weie alwayt- .iiu.gry, or looked so, and wereeiei niueiling around for to eat at home or at anyone's uhe huuse. "It i$ about ten years hack shon Jim and his do- - went to old man Tim Mullin's. IJis hounds weie Kutfllhig around f.r rastaway victualsaud oucol Uie.u wandered in a side room and evi dently siTmi thii gthut he want111 te ed iu a banel that was room. Mi. .Mtillius had lillud this b about Indf ful: of Mirgtim molasses. One end was out and Mr. Mullins had laded to euvor it The dog, by boiuo means, goL into (he banel and after eating all the mobiles lie could huld, cotno out covered from head to tail with molasses. The rest of the pack sprang at lie one that had been in the uarrel as if lie had bein poundcake pitched to them, and began to lick and bite'the molasses from Hie hound; one ,y lliettir and twot)ther oy each iur and negau to gnaw liitn up in a inauuer that brought lurlh piteous 1 1 e Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statnary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Thosn who arc coiitenitilatinir liitvin!? Mnrhln. or nnv l:in,l .,i Cemetery Work, will find it to thoir interest to call at tlio ohl stinnl In thi r, .n of the M. K. Church on Irvine Street; where they will on hnml a iarp sioen 01 nmsiiwi work to Polort from, at pneos to ptttt all clasMs .,i ItuyerR W. C. (iOUOHJJlt. one of . wnrkn.en hi fVi.fi:,! Kentiifky, is in chnrjre of our estahlislnnent nml IIiIr means Ml.ifctrv i in every phifc. Parties li vitiir at a dislam e slionhl wrilo to ns for iffs'frn-- , which will bo furnished on application. Hr.-milthe-hestL on SJF YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-- Q 4 Used in Millions H of Homes! Accept no substitute I Mj Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. T2j cse jlftfc JMf, ( T. Best Coffee for the Money! Try a L.TOIN. Pronrictcr. & SXeMfc alclenailccl FREtTi'ii rJb jSm0 JMr Hl lion coffee (her' . lt and you will never use .abs?,utIy Pure nothing but Coffee. ! dL H mmw f1"!!181" Alarm Clock. i li -- T9- r -- 1 r v EJ n For 1 8 lion heads and ; ,a.2f?.t,,tat?P-- , Tha Illustration Is only Color a delicate pink, with. Jewel cuamelSnislS ftyuS wid d?S!l tw-Wjlrd- s ium Daisy Neck-Pi- n. jf''' r. I STRENGTH, PURIH AMD Stylish BMHi FLAVORj - ESml'gg"'"-- E- Sent by express, prcrII, for 80 Hon heads and , Beit-Buck- le. ftorfwfii. . 2 "VJ J IS IIiMigrn1wTT M ' H ITfflf 11 nTki Lion's tsride. ne IU llui!3 i wim'i lthecenteiv jhis win tc " h 55SlfP?ir . Jrtt A Box of Colored Crayons. 1 --i For 10 Hon heads tampl Ladies' Scissors. v (Zfti CwP X UfK JwMMm 3 SSa co' wlthstrongrui;r, to prevent breakEft-cf- l lKI H 'ir?. STOVES OR RANGES. V-iv h:-th- vx lit Irttfsl. . I'r j.ir!r, iliA its ditiiiig' rutihr, or Jvitcheu we'havu . -. r oking, we ojin pletuse you. .. 'fl fcH "drcsscd-np- " dccaslons by Jrelcamcd for goes well colored tashes. The with any o( them. Given tot 20 Hon bead and a 2ent stamp. fSlsSlSjjij?' tWBtf iijiSrS jellied with out- l'ne ptctuns or . 1.J1 . ,T c stain p' yv - Ing. Cllven far lj'llon'heads , ""n.l?Te Inches, suItaWe for cnttlnr. aid r5 C ' -- v- S Lift ICaSja ) aSHS r,Jmda2-cen- t I i:,7cnr't,ull81 I ofogSnj APPARATUS. Gnu if the Auon.v yrni wnlk tttwiird our btore. certain Radiator at our price talk that will make .tm Mailed free for 12 Hon heads cot from Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2 -- cent stamp. An unusually fine picture, from the brush of tho noted German artist. Gahrltt Max. It is founded on Chamijso'i poem, "The Lion's Bride." Ther story 1$ interesting, and we send with nch picture a handsome folder, containing copy of the poem and telling all about It. Size, l&x2t inches. 1 fmV 5S3 Fruit Picture. ag i I tracthortrtarcsbCBeath.lhti3offbreilnir enjoyment, as well as instractionto the I hand and eye. These drawln boots and the box of crayons go very well together. There are six different kinds, and. each drawl mr book requires 6 Hon heads and a stamp. tfT stamp. Giyea for A "8""l"ec'.aBiraiioiioiv.Erounil. flitiojj 3s Hon heads and n razor, made of best Fill mt Rubber Dressing Comb. F",'8," a4 Uiyrth. 7 inches, full also .. 'Ms J9 TAYLOR BROS. IE CATARRH CAN BE CURED. 1 t P THE " Dorothy and Her Friends." A bright, cheery picture. For 3 and a 2c staafi. A bright, cheery picture, BEST MUSCLE LDER AMD Naval Box Kite. Set it Fly I Theccle-bratc- tl fii k4s Sire. 16x21 Inches. Given for nesdsand a map. 50-Fo- Mivio of genuine, India rubber., finely finished.. Appropriate for a IsdleTdros-ing-cas- e or for use in the household. Garne'-IfKiia.- " '' and tM. weight. Hot Blast Peninsular. . DouWe Hesvkr with Tea Kettle Attachment. SMOKR CONSUMINd PARLOR, FUItJf AOE rn. U9 & MURDOCHS CATARRH CURE. IT' GOES TO EVERY with her chick ens and hcrrabbits. The predominating colon are rich reos lion ot JART. rornjatarin.llaithls bloodX MAKED Iru'li '.1L1L. ' tnd greens. 11x23 inches. Size, Clothes Line. SURE, SAFE AND1B0E ASANT. S,0SIpr-- n "if huadreiis of nostrums hxrFbcen offercd'lo a suffdrine public, and the health of tliouTaliM have been completely ruined by tiMugtusui, these various compounds oiunlnc tho worst furm ot Dyapepula. Sprays aud ointments are also wortliIess.a8 it is impossible to reach the saeeted parts m thU niannrr. .dura )CtZ' Citarrii oTira is a noWand sclent IBcarcpara? iand smoked In s.plp,tnerehvtheftme8inilsnikcK'nxorLTtlie:iire'.ysteiu atfectifrt 1y It the of Asthm. il.e.eif instaatfy no mworst ionmi.hjr. and Ut.ui,&ls. Vfaj ierr. Uolds In thethe dlsvase alt-trmHead an, c irei wocru treilnwnt i. conllniied for reasonable' t.mrrh. how .tter wbUare ,: truir,. No matl- -r tittle vou altsctr I: ilnn'i. ,i,,Ijv rnin..t. simple colds. I.tkeall.r.cw and raluutile preparations juu will Qnd others saylus theirs arp iatJ 5 llewsreof im1tatiJn,s they are arprthls." . g, Mswl ''TM Tat 10 lion hriAt and aunm maU It tnni, ready ICThaarlcg. - m. Given for is Hon heads and stamp. Vado of closely cau quickly bosprradto fir Every American Loj wanupec. a mf older persons also Thirty inches long and cnmei! safety folded, but . ropulsr. box kite now so Similar to anriatcrvstcd history. The n shows plan of the game, with usual cnunters.dlcc ao- and dim-fulllus-tratinrs been played in cistern countries sliifc' before the dawn of which has "Iar-ch-t" trim-- T gusrtlcd fretl door Into perforstnl t around top ot heavy arepot. then Into fire. Mixing theilr wit:. thI W3y Produces perfect combustion and a xreat Saving of fuel. K frrInsaloprotect bottomof radlatorfrom direct action of flrq and insures its dnrabllity. POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed flre pot and radfaldr extends to outer casing, forclog the intene heat from lower section of Stove down to the floor where rncst required. WILL HEAT ROOM irpacstnronf;ti re(rlteni In heavily w JbrJi Tr-C S S j - f - waracaoa; .ciX '''' TMmT.c ' i niff t rn aa a s4sp, 9 Kvs and 4 i( -- W' - - i.Kj-nnTOren;- ni Every " , -- timeouya V f rtfr' Srf Kv 'noovcvirmotTiBeenB that way, hctti riistribuled to altparts ot room and ppeninganbeutllUedasja tea kcttlo' atttebnicrjt in addition to griddle -" ".JSiRE cOntoollwd to a degree i wenolc 'OSVES STREPKlTrf TO !r.,ii,i , THE I I I J STOMACH. niltLfrtf wv wTstsr AV'rV 05J.Y ASK A S0elpt of pricH. Tltm, TVtON" VJLXOE ' - 7&neJ to . aKV address -- 1 niv.. f 4 1' ., blood. .. ! r . 'ISti hraara .rr . - M . lIL t have bought sl certain portion artkie'toc . X uc acicutea pyyoujrom otir new t'remium Lists I fV OPTMfiLKW COFFEE PHMIU,HS. Asslssr Hst W iMPOJRTAtST HQtfGEL - biaie , - on Feed and Ash Pit Doors arc valve seated, ahsolucly air tight and Warranted to remahr.soi Thev are. . n.) Ic" .. .mnilTIPfl nt llHIVV. nnft niMnrr vnn l i w('Sla,B .cr'?w iB Q.odv, prenemtog brcakagi; in use. a fitted '"i.lr.:rrv ' - iWteil writing for errilnn aMd'vaar MAm'w .tL. ckaew'itH tMMeMhMf H nswe Own 15 Mmi n WQOLSOM .j li'iKiZtt, SP&e OGZ Toledo. Oh. tr Who wiil and coovstaves. Miad fo a iow yoMbls stove-r-as well as a full like -- t(Mf ti?. orother fatal- - mehWy nov23-l- y 3