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Street ove Nnu1old druotore aj HAS C HOOKER t ETERINA R Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary CcUtgc Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty wOlBceatmy Rtable on corner Pint and ater Streets nichmond Ky apr7ly 11 G JASPJZRiM D Medicine antI Surgery Olhce Prathcr Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MDGW PHYSICIAN AKD SCBOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STTHGERT T htttt t tQD5Qt nBKTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY BVOfBce next door Jo Government Building RirhmSnd Ky Office hours to 121 to norlTly Dr Louis II Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndou BIchmond Ky on WEDNESDAY FEB 13 1901 returning every aecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mood KymaylJ Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR ANDDRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky septiatf Our hoods AND Qur prices Compel you to trade with us when you1 i ve us a trial ihJ ffil13 fIs 1I1- IDD flfte iaUi The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when 3Tou buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with tf IJ hire AND Gibsnn1 LT ++4 ++ cIt JMESt IBRSBINS- iLWrf PARLOR Will IJ TOWI Coolest and moet hing- of dHnk that can her kim jrtt ei are dips by upO teacoQ dLI Stj JiIt 1J A- iPt8 5 IJIIt MCPOD XL f II 1 EYE TESTS Carefully made without Charge Onr plnsses correct defective visiln oiul relieve heiulaclie cause by nervous strain WH determine tin right lens by the alii of scientific treatment tSee oTti1+ + 1So 3Tamest + + + + + + + + +4 + + + IPcnrflyntII1OIIprRtt Smoked Glasses at low prices F J YEAGER THE BEST PAPER Published in the United State for Democrats for ALL readers la ihoand TwiceaWeekCourierJournal The equal of many dailies and the superior of IssuedWednesdayand you get it lor only 100 A YEAR NewsMattersSamplecoplefor them Write to COURIE JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL AllRANOEMENT YOU CAN GET TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAX ADTIIE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150 This Is for cash subscription only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office si5c ATTENTmN PLEA E ++ + + + 4 + + + 4 + 4 + + To Our Pretty tJWALL PAPER t++ + 4 ++ 4 ++ + + + + + + +4- C attentionybeginning of anew year as will as the 20th Century that we are en dedvoi lug to keep up with progress of t rot thisytar by enlarging our stock ol It WALL PAPERS DECOKAT1TE GOODS So this season we will be able to show and furnish j ou any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we Lace bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish you Wall Papers ranging In prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate de signs and fel confident we can sat 6rr your wants in this We will also furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper may select and will cheerfully fur nub estimates on work in this line Free of Charge J JWe respectfully Invite you to call Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you money and we will take pleasure in waiting upon you and your wants Our price are the lowest Thanking you in advance we aro Yours respectfully it PERRY THOMAS J Wall Paper Co wi W tt LBBDS Painter and Decorator- c 1Jantf PHONE 75Y f +SOUTHERN RfllLWftY IN KENTUCKY Cissiiitf Settiili la tfftet Hiy to 1900 EASTBODltn No LN 5 NO J LT LoalKvlUc 74Sam 400pm 74aptn lor Sliclbyville9lOicl kZJpm 806pm lor Larenccbg9tOam 026pm 5pm lor Versailles 1016am 647pm ia04pm lor Lexington el04lam 71pm lOJOpm ISTDOUKD NO e No 2 4L- v Lezinatoni3am 435pm 915am lor Versatilci7tfam foffipm 5S3aia lor LarencebgSZlam 6Sipm 863am lor Shelbyyllle9lOem 815pm 6SOam lor Louisville 1040am 740pm 7Witn XJL8TBOCKD WESTBOUND No 13 No STATIONS NOI N LOOpm 74Sam LT Loulsvil Ar 740pm iiiftSpm 1000am LT LarncbrsAr 3Cpm 810am TJSpm IM3eJE 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JYiiUIes aM G4eI NoaH 4w s H4iW1 eeptiuadaiaM 4wa5XiJriae 3 JGX3 x CTX-y WO D- Cwt rLTAS q WHAT IS A PERFECT LADY uai O Bell in Hesrla Chicago American J In a clever article in this newspaper Lady Violet Grc qille recently asked What is a perfect dySA friend of mine was asked in NewYork by a coachman if he was the man as wanted a gentleman to drive him I was myself told once by a negro hotel porter whom I had asked a question about some baggage of mine to apply to that gen Iman over there another negro porter A lady friend or mine who visits thepoor of her district once called at a tenement house to inquirpafterawoman who was ill The woman who answered the door shouted to someone upstairs Will you tell the lady on the second floor that a young person from the district has called to see heiSA lady acquaintance who once happened to be alone in home with amaid who was ill out of consideration for that girl went herself to open the door to a friend she had seen go up the steps to her house so as to save the maid the trouble of coming upstairs The folloving day that maid told aservant next door that mistress was no lady as she answered her door herself What is a ladyasksLady Violet Greville Well it is hard to tell in these Democratic days when every class strives to ape the others above when all people are equal to their superiors and superiors to their equals With the modern extrava gance in divss the boisterous hats the outrageously decol lete dresses in restaurants and other public places the cigarette smoking the card playing for high stakes and what not I shall feel inclined to answer You can tell a lady by the efforts she makes to be taken foranything but a ladyEvery class of society has its own definition of a Jady To the inhabitants of the slums it is a wooian who stops her nose when in contact with them to servants it is one who does not do a stroke of work in her house pays their atnthem her leftoff clothes and treats them like dirt to trades people it is one who pays cash for what she buys for dressmakers and milliners it is a woman who never bar gains and is never known to wear her gowns and hats more than half a dozen times What is that new supreme desire to pass for a lady It proceeds purely says Lady Violet Greville from a wish to imitate it is vulgar ity pure and simple hIt is the aspiration after gentility the longing to ap pear what we are not The desire of the fly forthe dinner lamp It is the natural con sequence of the religion of the AngloSaxon racemake believe A real ladys existence continues Her Ladyship seems to outsiders to be all t Rock a Bye Baby These are Sweet words but hJw much pain and suffering they used to mean Its different now Since Mothers Friend has become known expectant mothers have been spared much of the of childbirth Mothers Fric4 is a Hnimenrtb be applied externally It is rubbed thoroughly into the muscles of the abdomen It gives elasticity and strength and when the final great strain comes they respond quickly and easily without pam Mothers Friend Is river taken Internally Internal remedies U this time do more harm than good If a woman Is supplied with thIs splendid lint men s1e peed never fear rising or swelling breasts morning sicknets or any of thj Jiicamforts which usually accompany preg acy The proprietor of a large hotelln Tampa Fla writes My wife had an awful time with her fiDt child During her second pNrHftCtJoCotws Friend WM used aad MM tHy WM t aIly before N doctor 5affId Itdinly great- Get MMhJs FrkM at h 1IrII4 4 r k- Z jAfa MNVLAXOR CO AowMiI k Ifc Hlwtnswl Ms + Ia sweetness and passed in aland of milk and honey whereas in reality could her poor crawling admirers realize it the modern ladys life is a compound of hard work exhausting excitement anxious ease and infinite disillusion To begin with she is often poorer than her prosperous neighbor compelled to practice pretty and galling econo mise travel secondclass wear cleaned gloves and spend un pleasant moments in street cars andomnibuses Itis the vulgar nouveaux riches ho- own the carriages the horses the jewels and the money Yet the vulgar rich may throw gold out of the windows give a small fortune for their horses and carriages they have not enough money to buy what that lady possesses her delicacy and refinement Even their servants know that for they can take thtTmeasure of the mushroom nobility to a T In a few years more no doubt the word lady entirely divested of the original meaning fat away buried in the mists of time will merely- bJ the equivalarit of the femi nine gender the male and the gentlerbred andwiser of the sex will exult in brave ly calling themselves women And they will be right A perfect woman sounds to my ears far more sweetly than a perfect lady There is no misunderstanding about the former lam not an angel says an ingenue to her fiance in some French play the name of which now escapes me dont expect too much from me I am only a woman A woman only a woman Heavens that is good enough for anybody Lady Violet Greville concludes her clever article by a beautiful definition of a lady The real lady settles her debts does not forget her Ha bilities would as soon cheat as commit murder and actual ly considers an engagement a binding duty She has a soft voice a pleasant manner and confesses to being older than her children She is the daughter of evolution and the survival of the fittest If she has nerves she does not show them She has courage of the finest sortthe courage of her opinions and the moral courage to deny herself I feel almost inclined to draw myself up and say of real In short she possesses all the qualities that make a gentlewoman Recent experiments show that all classes of food may bo completely digested by a preparation called Kodol Dyppepsia Cure which absolutely digests what you eat As it is the only combination of all the natural digest ants ever devised the demand fur it has become enormous It has neVer failed to cure the very worst cases of Indiges lion and it always gives instant relief Perry A Thomas The House has accepted the Senate amendments to the army bill in regard to the staff and that haughty in capable organization will now have to climb down and learn something It is almost worth while to have a larger jjrmy forced on us to get this long hoped for reform through at lastSFor the weakness and prostration fol lowhlg grippe there is nothings prompt aIld effective as One Miuute Couh Cure This preparation is highly en dorsed as mi unfailing remedy for all throat and lung troubles anti its early use prevents consumption It was made to cure quickly Perry Thomns The State Department has decided not to interfere in the asphalt war Wonder what struck it so suddenly and checked its breathings fire and slaughter Did the syndicate turn out to have as great a pull as the U Trust Perrons who cannot take ordinary pills find U a pleiwnre to tak Do Witts tAttle Early HUers TJiey are thA b ft HIlls liver pills ever made Perry do Thomas While Congress is passing the oleo bill to secure pure butter consumerswhydoesnt it also adopt an act securing pure beer Analysis shows that all American beer is adul terated with arsenic to preserve it This should not be Tike hail dollars all counterfeits of DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve are worthless The original quickly cures piles PerryIboma =General Kitchiuer Inow engaged in the works bf his life Getting reputation is nothingto keeping it ip Sowtk Afrkft je 1t 0J Ii tl l Pityand BeautyThe most beautiful thing in the world is the baby all dimples and joy The nost pitiful thing is that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does not know that a little fat makes all the differ enceDimples and joy have gone and left hollows and fear the fat that was comfort and color and curveall but pity and loveis gone The little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrong His either her food or foodmill She has hadno fat for weeks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving for fat it is death be quick Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her onitsendfortaste wilt surprise you BOWNEChemists 409 Pearl St N Y 50c and S1OO alt druggists A FAMILIARFALSEHOOD When a customer seeks to purchase some wellknown widely advertised standard article and the dealer tries to sell him something else claim ing the offered substitute to be just as good that dealer is guilty of flagrant falsehood If the substitute were just as good it would sell on its own merits and would be called for by customers instead of hav ing to be unloaded upon them by means of falsehood and de ceit The very fact of the comparison just as good proves the claim to be untrue We measure up not down We measure the less by the greater not the greater by the less When therefore some unknown or little known article is ranged up for measurement by wellknown standard article the very fact of such measurement and comparison stamps the sub stitute as a lesser thing than the standard article with which it is compared But this is only half the truth By this lve prove the claim just as good to be a falsehood but the extent of that falsehood it is impossible to estimate Just as good means in general adulteration in place of purity an un certain quality instead of a certain quality cheap material instead of good material And beyond alt this the adul terants may be not simply make weights and cheats but in sonle cases may be dan gerous poisons When the dealer says just as good ask yourself just as good for whom You will find in the answer to that question the motive of substi tution which is the extra profit paid the dealer by the sale of the substitutes and imitations of standard wares Practically the dealer says when practicing the gentle art of substitution This is just as good foryou because it is a great deal more profita ble for me and anything is good enough for you which increases my profits The cramp claims have final ly been referred to the Court of Claims with instructions that will preclude the court front taking any account of the set off that the govern ment holdsagainstthem This monumental fraud was staved olE by the Democrats in three Congresses but the Republ cans were strong enough to force it through this time New if Murray Hall had been in the U S Senate no one would have been surprised by the recent disclosure There are plenty of old grannies Bwqi w fJlI M men in ii t I MASTERS OF MEN- The Saturday Evening Post announces for early publica tion a twelvepart story of love andadventure by Morgan Robertson Masters of Men is a powerfultale of the Navy The central figures in the story are a rich orphan who has entered the Navy as an apprentice aiid a young en sign fresh from the Naval Academy The author leads his two heroes through maze of adventures by land and sea This romance may fairly be called the best work of the best writer of sea stories in the country Before an application for patent is filed search should be made of the U S Patent Office records to determine if the invention is patentable Some attorneys charge 5 for this seal Cl but E G Sig gers Patent Lawyer Wash ington D C makes preliminary examinations free of charge Send him your model or drawing with description and in a few days you will re ceive a report under his sig nature telling you if it is worth while to proceed further with the case There is a scheme on foot to punish General Miles by c displacing him from the head of the army and put General Corbin in his place Fortunately it has leaked out in time to give Congress a chance to prevent its consumation The embalmed beef ring dies hard Burglars seem to have dis covered that Washington is an ideal town to burgle The Capitol has about one police man to every square mile of territory At least it is re ported to have that many Nobody ever sees any at all 2 Now that the noble U S Senators who stole Louisiana and Florida respectively for Hayes in 1876 have fallen out and are calling each other liars possibly we may learn some of the true inwardness of that memorable theft All the same we think that it will be found that Stanford University will suffer from the attempt of Mrs Stanford to control the opinions of its professors No real univer sity can prosper under such dictation 1 Now the scientists are arguing the respective claims of 1 salt and pepper to figure as the true elixir of life In2 either case it is evident that life must be well seasoned A new perpetual motion machine is advertised by its inventor who declares that it 1 can be run by a small boy That is pretty near perpetual motion sure enough 1 FALL1N91 are be for is needa suchas Does T1 this illus trate your 1 expcri 3Andyou wor 3 ned for HAIR fear soon to you11 t Then cease worry at need1I J You food AWfHair a viQAr3 lWWWlIt brings health to I the hair and the fall II ing ceases It always restores color to gray hair You need not look at thirty as if you were I grayhlirmay all the dark rich color 7 of youth SIWtIe Afldnig M IamsbrbefbVadMhaYO Ourb1tVlgOrwill e yon for It It JIM given ssfl most co peta MttefitcUoB la Biy bUll seas HBBST J Cacaos XaNk 20WXaa City kN rlte DfJJeysa 4set btala aII t-Hv bUep4 4 Is e el s Mr MEnisJCA1US Tm1I 1 iitftTur o ec SNENhi17 i ot OPENS WITH A JIa NEW STORE NEW fiOODSi In the City of Richmond in the McCANN BUILDING ON WEST MAIN STREET we have an elegant stock of 20th Century goods to 1 CenturyPRCESt DRY GOOL NOOM B oo TS HOEJECI tiSOME OF OUR PRiCES 1lt Shovels Colar ba Butt JDS per dot 5 nprofper set 5c Scbf1Ccs Ladles hose fc up Ie u1 200 IUr plus box eyes Tack S49C r I and give acordial invitation to all to come and inspect New Stock- t yNh1Miti lQE net tipLIllIe upIupIupf 11Knhes CASHStartingZCASH SYSTEMS WesLEE SMITHA CLOTHING 717 71 717F 1 7F717I 71 7J VGDr T CLOSING OUT SALE I 1 37e2ag agJ2e2 ge2e2ke2 g 5s s s os + We compelled to remove in days order to build and to avoid removing our stock have CUT THE ALL TO SSWe have the largest stock of New Suits Overcoats and Underwear for Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE fJ 7 tS Everybody STOUFFER- e Oldest in Suits to m ffiFF y I OS Removed 0 L T1o Corner jthree doors below the 11Office to make for jSpring Summer L Stock I will mike J t IISuits for only at Jthe low trprices 25 00 StIlt for2O 00 2800 22 60 00t8500 SO 10 All of our rlced at a IncludingtOt V COST to inspect our line rerITrouserlnr We make a great dnctiontn line t Guaranteed Perfect SI 3 FK and Best V l Hklp to be Mad + f +++++H + + + ++++ 4Ifs S STOUT THE TAILOR I4JC S f 8fJ fV BEFORE uU per Ic to So hooks auj per dos Ic ttanimenSIOc I I Iven cDippers Sc Snspenpers Ilambergs 2c up Childrenhoes our RI HM ND XBNTU rr J are 30 in we PRICES PIECES Latest styles in Mens Suits and Overcoats Latest styles in Boys and Overcoats Largest line of Underwear that go for ALMOST NOTHING M uits to Suit at The Clothier Tailor Richmond measure and fit guaranteed during this sale AT COST- y BOURIE Post Lroom cash following r ABOUT Work Suits AFTER uL Screw ro S ro VIGftRFMrD1 IH NERVINE MAGNETIC EaslQlckIyPerinnentIyRsforedWith a 5Wrftts torvons Ilomoy si reinltitnS froze e11on VffiZ ros 0 uyoLucsnn nagan Druggists declSly PITTSBURG j CENTRAL STOCK YARDSligi EAST LIBERTY PASOFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHl PPFRS 1 Yards have been enlarged and SIt is the nearest point to the rearrangedlBest Distributing Point East rlHmarketsGood buyers always in attendance for export cattle and 11 other kinds of stocks i proiriptfentio air fhfVU y Of gXrtmn WHM VllTWIU klIrof Ia uo The Richmond Climax J c CIIENATJLT Proprietor Manager11I0S bl1VEDNESDAY rDKLIHIIKU EVER WKDXKSUAV BY The Climax Printing Co IMlICTfi PER YKAU flSOM DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COCJITT JuDoth N nT gFoaJ4TEVIS COBB thJOHNFOB JAILEB JAMES G LACKEY thJEsaFOB BErflSENYT1VBf FOB 8cuooIuPERlNYEnzcTa FOB AE8SOftsGEORGE NOLAND FOR RVflYOftliF FOB COBOCEB CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS roB CITY ATTOBSEY We authorized to announce J TALDOT JACKSON a candidate for reflection to the office ot City Attorney subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney unbject to the action of the Demo ciatic pattytWe are announce LETOHER Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democrat pcarty REVENUE ofllcers have ever led dan gerous lives and their descents upon stills of inniintoin dew have always been fought with much danger to lifthanti limb An easy way to obviate would ba to send a committee to Kansas and secure the services of Mrs Nation for a temperance campaign in the mountains of Kentucky It is said thai when Greek met Greek then comes the tug of war and the terrorizers of the Eleventh District would meet a foeman worthy of their steel should they run tho Aniuzon from tie bPlahiBwould be nothing to it We would like to see this battle of giants Wo suggest that the Bluegrass W C T U anti tho revenue collectors take the matter imhaud DASTB has told us that the legend Leave all hope behind ve who enter here is fctisponded above the gates of Hell We are inclined to think this sentiment would make an appropriate motto for West Point since the invps tijjation of the Court of Inquiry has shown that the terrors of the Inferno flourish in perfection at this institution bisiipears by young America The attitude the whole country has taken toward this hutting business will probably give it a back set the decision of the mil tary will doubtless give it another black eye but iuour opinion the surest way to put this barbarous cus tom of the ring would he to matriculate Bob Filzsitninons or Kid McCoy as plebos in disguise ami a few up per cuts and sissors blows from these artists would reduce the popularo ity of hazing in throe sheeps tail- AOUINAIno tho modern Gcorgu Washington has coino to life again and was interviewed last week by Gen McArthnr In our opinion Agiry is a trump of the first magnitude Ho believes in the adage He who fiuhU and runs away Lives to tight another day consequently when the odds are against him he quietly pulls up stakes and goes South Like many another mar of note he wouldjrather be a live son ofagun than a dead hero When things got too warm for Agcy and the blue coats arejhot on his trail he dies temporarially and is promptly resurrected on tho third day McArthur is in no hurry to catch him and thus stop CI CFlomCo LEXINGTON Kyr Profit Today By the great slockpf mer chandise we are offering you cant afford to delay another d1yThere is quality andstylein every piece There are exclusive pat terns in every depart ment There is unlimited range of price There ate artistic new ideas in abundance There is originality stamped in every line We know that you appre ciate beautiful house fur nishings We know that this gathering is adapted to your needs rrCome eeiW CiFiBroweriCo MHN 4WI BROADWAY liBXWGTON gyI SJj TM c the war andhls per diem per day so the Filipino general is living easy with things just lively enough to be ex m viadederstand each other There are proba ytaka outs on each side INDIANA Legislators are to have a TaylorFinley day this week and discuss the propriety of forcing Govla Durbina hand and requesting him to honor lauotationssteadily going down over the border of late The people over there have about come to the conclusion that the whale reached about Jonab namely that ey have too much aboard They are- etting sick at the stomach and will p eject the fugitives as the result The ofljclalcird s may stand by refugees but in every contest between class and mass since history be nan the roc populi has carried the day Soil will eventually in this case and Hoosier Executive will finally be forced to surrender tho gentlemen s Sptigmare not bloodthirsty but we do desire to see justice done A martyr has been lain his blood cries to heaven for vcngeanceand not yet has so much as nger fallen upon the instigator of his m viurderbe blind but she bides her time and waits Sooner or later her hand will fall with added weight upon the workers of iniquity TilE good that men do lives after them No truer words were ever spoken Oue year ago last Sundav William Goebel the greatest noblest and best of Kentuckys sons passed nto the world beyond but he loft be in1 treasures our Commonwealth Inherited and by which she is the richer today Ills parting words spoken as he glided into eternity fell like a benev diction upon iiis people and the story of hid noble life and the principles which actuated it is the grandest in heritance our State was ever heir to In the peaceful stillness of Frankforts beautiful city of the dead he now sleeps the sleep that knows no ending but from his grave radiate lessons ol patience nobility and patriotism by which future statesmen shall profit and rise to true greatness No man in Kentuckys history rose to such a height of grandeur from such an hum le beginning Brain seconded by ove of humanity was the key to his succo The common people he loved and for them lie labored andv d iedslonuments and mausoleums may be erected to his memory but the mot lasting tribute to his martyredi life is enshrined in the hearts pie who loved him while alive and Venerate him now while dead And worthy of it all was ho for what greater love hath a man than that he lay down his life for his friend EDWAKD of England and Williams of Germany may be Field Marshals and wear brass buttons and epaulets ut when it comes to a matter of power arnt in it with William ot Canton Strange to say while the personal authority of a constitutionalmonarch Iris steadily decreased during the last century that of the Executive of a ro public has as steadily increased Evolution is an inevitable process of natural law Each rising nationality must in turn rise to aflluence and enjoy and taste the luxury and evil of high places befcro it partakes of the fruit of the MfEngland tried by the buffets of time and adversity has become wise in her day and generation and has transmitted toher people the reins of gov ernment and her King and head is merely representative of her yeomanry her brain and her brawn On the con trary the controllers of our national policy are step by step investing our President with Rowers and that should be left with the sovereign American people This foolhardy method of government however will only be tempory It has always failed thertoaiil will fail again Alter we run up against a few snags we will get back on the right track and go ahead on the old principles We are only in our youth and experimental period at pres nut Our golden ago is yet ahead THE lIon Hanna has just come to the conclusion that he was a boy in blue and huts petitioned the G A R Association for membership The public has been hitherto unaware that Hanna had a war record as the military gazettes of that periodutterly fail to bear any testimony to hit valor and gallantrylt has tranepiredjiowever on exhaustive research that his victories were bloodless ones Even at that early date wo find that the gentleman had begun to show symptoms of that discernment anti sound calculation that taveexclaim his admirers all hearing the news Uncle Mark in the army gad what a fire eater he must have been i It happens thoughlhat he was nothing of the kind he was as tame as an educated hog At the drop of tho hat lie did nothing when news of Southern victories flooded the North he congratulated himself on his foresight and it was not until May 64 when perceiving that the conflict was virtually over that ho developed an amazing patriotic fervor and with a hop skip and jump joined the army ills command was ordered to Washington where by dint of personal effort he doubtless kept the rebels at a distance This it has come to light is the doughty Senators record of devotion to his then bleeding country which from that very day he has continued to bleed for services rendered Tho strange part of it is that Uncle Mark hasnt told us of it before lie seems to have kept this card up his 1I1aybehoNew College President for Georgetown At a meeting of tire Trustees of Georgetown College held yesterday Dr B D Gray pastor of tire First Baptist Church at Birmingham Ala was unanimously and enthusiastically chosen President of the College Dr Gray was requested to give an imme diate answer to this action of the Trustees and it is believed that he will accept the position It he does he is expected to enter upon his new duties about June 1st 1IItsslss1PViHeHe has several children He was educated at Clinton College Miss and the Southern Baptist Theological mi nary He is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Howard College Birming ham He is said to bo a man of strik ing personality and individuality and of rare ability Till appointment it regarded as an excellent one inIIparticulars GoorxfitownTiiuef CI Yil dOluwibeel1 nekcte4 sri t1Tiext mwttug tIje otIw U AK PERSONAL I Mr Joel Tribble has gone South ona si r Mr T H Collins was in Lexington Saturday Mr W R Letcher spent Sunday in Cincinnnti Miss Mary Letcher was in Lexington st week Mr So B H me was in Frankfort st week Mrs Harry S Stout has returned from 1aris Mr Mat S Cohen made n northern tour last week Miss Mao Taylor is at home from jj tcbolttsvitielaMr Harry Scrivner of Winchester was here Sunday Mrs aiollie Daniel haSTeturned from a visit to Danville air Tom Luxon of Lexington was in Richmond Monday Mr Carroll Price of Harrodsburg ent Sunday here Mr John W Rock has returned from a northern tour tiMrwas in town Sunday Mr It W Miller is at home from a sit to Huntsville Ala Mrs Mat S Cohen returned Friday from a visit to Versailles Mr John W Ballard left Monday for a trip to aiartinsville Ind Mrs H G aicElwame is quite ill with measles and preumonia air W D Old ham line returned fr soomMrs Sallie Miller is confined to her rooms at the Glyndon with the grip air J B Willis cf Crab OrchardM was among the court day visitorswMiss Rhorer of aiiddlesborougli Is- Isitlng her sister at Dr Blantgnsg Miss Mary Letcher visited Mrs R E Douglas of Nicholasvillo last week air G G Prewitt is at home from a visit to Mrs D A Chenault of Lexington Dr M C Heath visited Lis daughter SIrs W H Severance of Stanford last week Mrs S F Tudor and daughter Miss Judith of Irvine were in town last week Mr W R Dillon a wellknown busi ness man of Livingston was in our city Saturday MIsses Alma and Sue Scriyener are- isiting their brother Harry Scrivener at WinchesterpMr and Mrs Irvine Prather of Lexington spent Sunday with Mrs Wilson of White Hallmair Wailer Traynor has returned to Danville after spending several days with his family here Miss Agnes Smith returned Tuesday to Richmond where she is attending Cynlhiana Times Mr Clifton Thompson of lIt Sterling a popular Knight of the Gripsack was here a few days last week Miss Agnes Smith of Madison Institute spent several days of last week with home folks at Broadwell Mrs Ann Freeman returned to Richmond yesterday after visiting Mrs Maggie White Dtnville NewsEair Fountain Rice and nephew Raybnrn Rice left yesterday for OkIaL lioma where they will probably locatea Mrs P G Cropper and daughter iss aiabel of Louisville were the g last week of Mrs R E Turley Mr and Mrs Caleb 31 Shearer have returned from Louisville rind have taken rooms with Mr anti Mrs M 11 Miller Miss Ethel Garner entertained at hnr lovely Winchester home last Wed nrsdav in honor of her guest Miss Mary Tribble Mrs S S Deeriug will move to Richmond at once and make her home with- erh sister Miss Pauline Smith Jessa mine Journal Capt J D Feeny of Richmond one of the most popular drummers on the road was here this week the guest of his brother inlaw J SRice Lincoln Democrat oMrsMiss Nannie Cohen of Versailles who she was visiting came up to the Shearerjeland wedding last week Misses Elizabeth Taylor and Florence Chenault returned Saturday from a most pleasant visit to Mrs Charlis E Smith of 288 North Broadway Lex ington Dr E B Smith who returned Tuts diy nitrht from the bedside of his mother at Richmond wits called back last night by a telegram anuouncing her death Shelby NewstEx Sheriff Ambrose Scrivener of Estill wits a pleasant caller al his office yesterday Mr Scrivener is spending a fw days with his daughter Mrs Wm Wagers on Broadway Among the guests from a distance who attended the ShealArI laud wedding were Miss Shearer of Louis vllle Miss Mary Feland of Stanford and Mr and Mrs Wilson Prewitt of Winchester Miss Walton Lyne is expected today to spend n few days with Miss Florie Chenault and Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond tire guests of Mrs Smith of North Broadway Lexington Her aId Feb 1 A party of young ladles and gentle men from the Kirksville and Whites Station neighborhood enjoyed a very pleasant dancer at atasontc Temple Fii day evening Prof Walkers orchestra furnished the music Mrs E E aicCann has received news lately of the dangerous illness 6I Mrs James Arnoldof Kansas City who was formerly Miss Tommio Hsodo I this city Mrs Arnold is very Ipw with pneumonia and is not expected tolive Mrs Hughes Bronston is expected this week front New York City She will spend a few days with Mrs Thos J Cftssellof North Broadwnyand then goes to Paris for a visit to her father Mr George Alexander Lexington Herald aiisscs Julia Higgins strict Susan Mc Roberts have returned from a delightful visit to airs Woolsteln Smith nee Miss Alice aiarkley of Colnaibus 0 MisaMcKoberts will spend a few diy with aiiss Higgins before returning to DanviileSMiss Maysje Leonard of Cynthiana who is attending Central University has returned to her home where she will remain for several weeks Mills Leonard has recently ben quite III of grip and it is hoped her visit hbtileiiill soon restore her to health Mr John W Patton h sTetnrned to his home in Jackson Miss after xii extended visit to Mr8Rr111ri ll B Million In the Mr Pajton i pOssorsefissdIRlIositlOJJiis jovial us that of iiis friend Mr Milhoa therefore it fe p IMe Stroithsp Fell Great Oaks The giants of tfit forest must yield 4gfast to the continual blows of ihe nxxxfc man When the human Moodhsbecome dogged and impar the title drops ofI Hoods SarsapAKttjL property talen will fell the oak of bad blood duseless to add that his stay in Madison was a pleasant onemMiss Belle Million one of Madison untys mpst accomplished yonng dles left last week for a three months visit to her aunt Mrs Coflman In Cross Plains Texas In a letter to relatives in this county Miss Million speaks in glowing terms of that State- sit people and climatehiThe Baptist ladies held a hose social last Tuesday evening at the residence of Dr GoW Evans The guests brought twice the number of pennies as the size of hose tireS wore InA re tiny baby socks which accom panied the invitations Quite a neat little sum was netted for the benefit of the churchwThe Interior ournal of Stanford speaks in highly complimentary terms of the management of Crab Orchard Spilngs under the able direction of Mr and Mrs J B Willis Extensive im P rovements are being made the grounds beautified and the buildings put iuex cellent order Just wait until the sea n opens and see how Cousin Joe raws tho trade airs Henry L Perry gave a charming dinner party Thursday in honor of rs P G Cropper of Louisville who as the guest of Mrs R E Turley Those present beside the hostess and uest of honor were Mesdames Edgar Turley Joseph Chenault Chins Hig gins and Misses Randa Duncan of Nicholasville Kathleen and Estill Poyntz aiayine and Madge Hart The marriage of Mr Arthur L Pope and Miss Ida Mae Gibbons was solemnized yesterday afternoon at the Covington Cathedral by the Rev Father Gorey The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs James Gibbons of near town Sire is a handsome young girl unusual sweetness of disposition and is deservedly popular among a large 0 nryoung man of excellent habits usiness qualifications He holds a osition at the National bank Cyu thiana Times Mr Pope is a nephew of Mr P ai Pope 6f this city and is a ost worthy young man Extensive preparations are being made by the Cotillion Club to make- sIt 22nd dance the most brilliant of any of its long series of social triumphs Their programs ordered at this ofllce will be the handsomest and m Iostdance Saxton will furnish the music and the Masonic Temple which is fast becoming a second Merrick Lodge in reputation and murit will be the scene of this delightful ball The floor man- gersa will be the following well known young gentlemen Messrs Edwin FS Galbraith Wm C McCord A N astman and Geo W Pickels Jr On the evening of the 25th the Young adies Social Club will entertain with Leap Year Saxton dance also at the Masonic Temple Misses Susan Hume Julia Higgins Kate Smith Kit Chenault Van Greeuleaf and Mary Shackelford are on the floor committee and it is useless tosay that under their able management the dance will be a perfect success The chaperones are to beMesdames C H Chenault Wt n Letcher Jr John T McClintock S Neville aioberley and Edwin Rugg We feel justified in saying that tins dance will be the event of the season Lexington Herald Tire following invitations the nors of Tiffany of Nisv York have been received by the Richmond friends of the family Mr and Mrs Charles J Bronston request the honor of your presence- at the marriage of their daughter Katherine McCreary- to Mr Guy Scott Warren n the evening of Tuesday the2th of February- at eight oclock at Christ ChUrch Cathedral Lexington Kentucky Mr and Mri Charles J Bronston request the pleasure of your company on the evening ot Tuesday the twelfth of February at halter f a eight oclock at sixtyfour West Second Wednesday morning at eleven oclock at the home of air and Mrs S J Emliry in Stanford Mr Clarence Tate and Miss Fannie Shanks were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by J W Hagin Miss Shanks is hi3 daughter of Mr Sam Shanks oi that city anti is a young lady of high culture timid will make a lovely companion for her husband through life air Tate who graduated at tire Centre Law School in 1898 is well atd favor ably known here The News joins their many friends in wishing them well They drove over to this city and took the afternoon train for Boston on their bridal tour Danville News Both Mr and Mrs Embry have relatives and friends in Madison who join in congratulations RELIGiOUS Sir T L Moseley one of Central Universitys brightest young tlreologs t preached an excellent sesmon at the Methodist church Sunday Rev Hugh McLelland tho new pastor of the Christian church has moved his family and effects in the past few days from Shelbyvllle to Richmond and is now comfortably domiciled in the par nonage on Lancaster avenue Sunday he spoke to large audiences both mOrn- ing and evening and delivered two excellent discourses MARRIED DOlT LE WaunnctiMr Jas Million postmaster and merchant at Hocka day arid Miss Lottie Kewbv of New by daughter of Talton Newby decd and Allen Turner of Ruthton an Miss Edlie Heathman daughter of HeJ Hcatlnnaii Qf Newby were war ried on the 30th inst at tho residence of Elder J W Bailey who pronounced the ceremonies Tile CLIMAX wishes the happy couples long and useful lives FOLEYUALEY One of the social events of the season was the wedding of Miss Katie Haley of Big IIilhto Mr B HFoleyofTuscola Ill Thursday evening January 81 at 2 oclock at the home of the brides parents The bridesmaid was Miss Julia Green the groomsman was Mr Mack Maupin of Illinois Time bride was dressed in a- BUt of dark gray trimmed in blue silk gfaahLioeiably byKevPIJfilipFoley1 r M r01pnsNettle Haley and M Edgar Brock man b inS the principal waiters The table wan beautifully decorated in ever reens After supper the brdo played several beautiful pieces on the organ which wern enjoyed by all present The guests were Misses Nannio Robertson Laura Green Anna Hatfield Net Tieoma Haley Messrs J F Adams Theo rown White and James Green Wm aley r cousin of tho bride Lee and eed Hnzelwood Everyone present the day arid join in wishing the liappy pair success through life and ay their future pathway bestrewn with the sweetest flowers N L SiiEAnEEFELASD One of the pretti ept weddings of the season was that of Mr Caleb Shearer and Miss Leta Feland which occurred in the beautiful n Itewlyhurch last Wednesday aftornoon at att past two oclock Thn room was darkened and the soft mellow light shed by tho rose coored shades of tire l Stampswith tlfb hue of that of flowers tirundroom was twined ivy and smilax and palms ferns and a profusion cf potted lants decorated the form on which tlasceremouy Miss Minnie Dykes charmed the assembled guests with a vocalsolo Oh Promise Me which was rendered in her usual graceful manner Tile soft strains of Narcissus then oc cupied a few moments of the musicalb program arid at its conclusion the bridal party entered to tire nuptial melody of the Lohengrin march Misses Jeaneo Feland and Ethel Heacox were bridesmaids Messrs William Feland und Burton Faris groomsmen and John Arnold and Zenio Douglas ushers Rev D F Stafford of Louisville assisted by Rev W R Lloyd performed the after which M fortrain for Louisville where they spent a few days with relatives Their nuin erous friends wish for them all happi ness andjoydBIRTHS tiWailersHusnMr and Mrs Sam S English of Crescent Hill are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine son This ews will be a pleasant surprise to- heir many friends in Richmond where air find Mrs English are wellknown ho being an old C U boy antI hits will who was formally Miss Lyde Owens of aiaysvlllc at one time attended Madison Institute where sire was very popular DEATHStToBrisT The infant of air and Mrs George Turpin of Red House died on the 27 inst and was interred iu tire Richmond CemeterySJESKlssLucile the fouryearold daughter of C G Jenkins died In the city Monday night after a short illness with membranous croup Burial yes terday near Poosey SMITH airs Sarah Smith of Kirks yule succumbed last Tuesday to tire ravages of pneumonia and passed into the sleep that knows no waking Deceased was a godly Christian woman of some severity years and her demise is widely mourned by her friends and relatives To Quit Business Having decided to quit business we will sell our entire stock of boots shoes etc regardless of COST So if you need now or ever expect to need a pair tins is tire time to buy as you will probably never iraTe another op portunlty like this We have between G000 and 7000 worth of goods that wrist be disposed of at once in order to stop expenses Below are quoted some of our prices Ladies Fine Shoes worth J3 50 now go at S 60 0 3 50 u 2 15 Ito to to260 185 to 200 60 l II 50 I 00 Mens Fine Shoes worth StOO now go at St 00 to SCO l 2 60 a 00 235 t 75 200 60 Mens Bootees 5 I 3 t0 II l t l4 5fl 300 And anything else in proportion The Ultra Ladies Shoes Douglas Shoes and all others at same rut rates Call early and select what you want we will do the rest FKEEJIAN Dnos- Richmond Ky Miss Lloyds Recital Tho music and elocution classes of Madison Institute gave an enjoyable recital Monday evening in the Institute Chapel anti charmingly executed the following program ritOCKAM Memorys Christmas Bells A Geibel Chorus Clans Sonata Op 49No 1 Beethoven MIss Mary Tyler Duet Scherzo brillante i SpohnhoIU Misses Elizabeth Embry and Elizabeth KliV Song Werel StarJavleyMiss Impromptu Op 90 lV8chuhertM- iss Nevillene Morton Recitation The Tempest Dickens Miss Anna J Shaip Duet Sonata in D 2nd and 3rd move ments llohm TylerI a Miss Anna J Tharp and Miss Ehren Cradle Song Brahams Chorus Class Valse Caprice Gurlltt Mirs Hattie Cook Recitation A Legend of Bregenz A Proctor Miss Elizabeth Kirk Mennett Paderwsk Miss Bessia Thomas 1 Sing Because ILove to 8InpK Pimnt Chorus Class Mr Waltons Resljjnatlon air W P Walton hiss resigned as olitorin chief of tire Lexingtdn Demo crat Tire arduous appliation which iiis duties required and which he faithfully gave to their performance made too great a strain upon Iris health arid for that cause ho has resigned the editorial dictatorship of a journal that was a credit to him Of his resignation the Leader of that city says in part 3Ir Walton re signs not on account of any friction with tire management but of Iris own volition because hounds the duties of daily journalism too severe for Iii s health The Morning Democrat bas become well established under his charge anti is in a nourishing coudl lion as lis shown by the management putting in two Mergentiialer typeset ting machines which arQ to be started this eyeniog air Walton is popular with newspaper men generally In the city and also all who have made the acquaintance of him arid iiis attractive family during their rti idenne here All think of his retirement with regret and hope ho wilt contlna to make his home jn LexingtoLt t Time Herald sayg iHJepBvargatiqn with a reporter for Iho Mdplnjf H rale JJr Waltaa 8tatetUli M oimt of work Involved in the position ho occu pied on the Democrat was too great for his health and tire necessity for closer attentiontb his own business interests at Stanford forced him to take the step ho did He has been editorinchief antI manager of tire Democrat since it was started a little over four months ago and has devoted to it great labor wide experience and proved ability board of directors of the Democrat accepted Mr Waltons resignation with reeret and only alter a statement by him that his own private interests would not permit him to longer devote- shi time to the interests ot tire paper All who have come in contact with Mr Walton since he carrie to Lexington w ill join with tho directors of the Democrat in tho regret that ho has felt it necessary to sever his connection with the paper and that he will not make Lexington his permanent home was exceedingly difficult work Mr Walton undertook a work requiring courage ability capacity for labor wide experience in all departments of a daily paper and extensive knowledge of both ate and local jiollticb That ho has so filledthe place nato gain and deserve re respect and confidence of the directors of tlJe subscribers and the rivals of tire Democrat is conclusive evidence of his qualities both as agen eiriaim and a newspaper man Kentucky Buyers at the New York Horse Sale Hainburg urnnmed The Great son of Hanover grandson of Hindoo the lower of the famous Bitter Root Stud tllOrouldlbredsbrou Jaly at a cost of more than 1000000 to pass under the auctioneers hammer was soul in Madison Square Garden tonight for 60000 to G Whitney His nominal purchaser was the great trainer John E Madden who raised the mighty fellow and under whose direction Hamburg roads his greatest races and won several fortunes There was a rumor in the garden be fi f hagiart of the sum paid for St Blaise It was known that William C Whitney woulil be a bidder and the crowd was on edge for an xcltng struggle be twen the t millionaires for the aris of the American turf Air Mad w courageiieiiJiiygin had driven him from the con test fThough William Easton the auc oneer requested that there be no demonstration there was a great outburst of applause when Hamburg was 8 l breedinghowinghis limbs and arched flock He turned lis head this way and that as though wondering why everybody was staring at him anti he tossed up the sawdust with au impatient hoot during the muse when each competitor waited fordthe other to show Iris rand He as aboutMrto Mr Daly forl0 less than ScOOOObroke the suspense by offering S10000 Mr Haggin bid 41000 and JAV Rogers Mr Whitneys trainer raised ire price to 1000- Mr Haggin nodded when Mr Eaton aSked if he was willing to give f40000 whereupon Mr Rogers offered 547000 Mr Haggin sat in the right of the rostrum and Mr Rogers in the left apparentIythe other side of the ring facing the auctioneer where he could see both rivals though they were invisible to each other Mr Higgin hesitated and consulted superlnteudentII s to Rogers whom he iuduced to bid 50000 arid this was as far as he would go Mr Haggin bid 56000 with the air of a man who believed he had won He seemed to share the general surprise theIMackey and both men apparently were puzzled After a long walt Mr Haggin nodded to 58000 Will you make it 60000asked Mr Easton pointing at Mr Madden hYes said Hamburgs former mas ter arid rut eyes were turned upon tire white haired man who made his fortune from thesame mine thatgave Mr Daly his millions Mr Haggin leaned MackeyWhat doJohnZ Ire said Of course jts your money replied the veteran but if I were in your place I would go in Mr Haggin hesitated a moment and then shook his head I have finished said he to Mr Easton who was awaiting his decision before letting his Jnallet Tall iold said Mr Easton finally with a rap of his hammer to John E Madden for 00000 Mr Madder rose for Mr William C Whitney he answered and sat down again while an appreciative smile at Mr Whitneys cleverness wont around the ring Hamburg was insured for 70000 by the Lloyds Company in London from the tiuip he left the stud farm in Most tatitt until he was led into Ihe ring The premium was IIOJ This insur flute became void the moment Ills hoofs touched the sawdust of the auction ring The following horses brought 500 or over llamourg b hlS05 Hanover Lady Heel John Madden New York for William C Whit riey f 60000 iroquoisTullahroma delphia 4000 hyUamptollIheAlto Cal SaOOO Ogden imp br h 1804 by Kilwar lin Oriole William Lakeland New York 4200- Isldor imp chli 1894 by Ampliion lids G F Smith PittsbUriPhil New York 5000 Time Pepper b h1889 by Billet Ky2UtAnuot Lyle imp n mlSJ3 by Bar cahiine Little Lady II John Bodtsu New York 800 Asceticism imp br in 1890 bv Her mit Perdition Eugene Fisher Paris Ky 850 SalvatoribyAyrshriroItoseFisher Paris Ky 3BOO KingfislterBellona Belle of Unite b m 1890 by Sir Modred La Favorita Wilson Thomp son New York 750 Barrieda b m 1894 by Donovan Caithness J B Hagglu Palo Alto 4000Uettie Blaze blk m 1889 bv St Murphyltiiladelplrra nyatIJamptonOrictei is K 1500 IJamptonJlutterl1ler British Blue blood lump blk w1890 by Bendigo Pleaaanuce John Mad d nNewYorkIOBnttermere Jmp b mt1H b Don e casterThrowater JHHagir New York 2100 byOrmePatron6ss Xcrk 4500 byirnp4000S 1lCataltam by liagginI5OOCoaIesio imp b m 1891 by Tim MurphyPiiiiadeipimta byStNew York 4100 Crisis imp b m I893bv Fernandez 1ISlf J lklIaggiir2lO0 drtaway Imp b m 1898 by Gale- ul tlJRr 3 liagirrI4 DartIDesay UDf inii br i w 893 Uy K S Jl Y I jSi x VXN V THE NEW YEARI BARGAINS l NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have a r r Sale On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reduced from 225 to1 95 All wool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85 Mens Wool Hose Blue and Grey 1- 0MensCips0and 39 Mens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 1 00 Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15 and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HHMBUR6S AND LACE We will have a nice selection call in and see our new line It be our effort to sell you real bargains so dont forget us Respectfully each one of you a very happy and prosperous new year I willI Cor Main SFirst St I JalSnack C B Reed GallatinTenn S 1600 IIRtnpIFleur dOr b m 1887 bv imp ayon dOrDfandona John E Mad en New YorklQ0O3- arterlesa b m 1897 by Golden GarterExplOcion j J B Hagcin2100 1RVINK Miss Judith Tudor has returned from Richmond air and Mrs CW Chess entertained at dinner Monday air Bollin Kilgoro of Belkntp and Co was in town this week air and Mrs John Graham entertained at dinner last Thursday evening Miss Maude Embry will leave soon to join a house party In Woodford county Mr Geo Williams has returned from Somerset much to the pleasure of his many friends airs Thos Williams Jr will leave soon for Shreveport La and other places in tire South for a two months visit Miss Maude Miller will entertain the Jolly Spinsters a name suggested for tire Sewing Club today in honor of her birthday Miss Myrtle Williams entertained the newly organized Sewing Club Wednesday last Refreshments were served and a most enjoyable afternoon was spent The following young ladies composed a gay house party given by Misses Ida and Katie Park last week at their hume one mile south ofIrvine Misses Maude Miller Ida FrioudMyrtlo William Elizabeth Wratt and Annie Rid deli- BRA SSSFIELD There are several cases of measles here Mrs Kit Parkes visited at Union last weekMrs Hugh Duncan has a slight at tack of grip Grip bas forced its way into our neighborhood Mr Nick Tharpe of Crookesvi le calledon his best girl last Sunday Mr aiatt Hammonds made a business ti ip through Pulaski couuty last Lucien E Ellison was in the Mote neighborhood last week on busi nessThe recent cold snap caused the farmers to cease their plowing for a few days Messrs Jim Combs and Bob Lakes have returned from Clay county with a nice bunch of cattle PAKOLA J B Broaddus is attending court at Richmond every Mr John Ledford and wifeof Nicbo Insville are vising hiauuotlier at this placeiour agent has returned from Richmond he spent a couple of weeks postmasterpire wants Ids place back again We cant find a better man or one that is more desired as he is a true courteous gentleman in every respect- D F Sharp our enterprising mer chant on corner oivp hundred and fifty tics daily for which die pays 32 cents each His business Is increasing to such an ex tenrthat he finds it difficult to get men enough to load them on the cars lndefatigablepoultry9 up into husaesa from eight adaythusmakimrgalirtletikiug tce we are Intormed when he makes iris usual vigil to Patrols where he amuses w for extendedlecturesinlgcellaneoua topics He keep the lI moth Rock chickens jn stock xud hzbliu1bed4 JA1NTLICK hrRvCbothr1eerilug There iaa great deal of sickMllla oar PBCttllIIomaMiss Jennie Parkes IB enjoyiBy dfe lightful visit in San AtHotlla Texas vjith her friend Mrs Dr McD nkI SeNlrJsblnJitfine teacher axed we wiali liar much success Mrs Joeie CumpeIItlied test week of pueumoaM Wte Uwvectix ehlkir all grown to mourn a mothers IOM ByZorrtooat Paint Lick WebAdt A hi WithlOIIlN r r Clearance I OWEN MCKEE 7I I7f Radient Home Heating Stoves itt all 1 lNORtceoefT nDR HEAT ECONOMY I SO I3We handle the American Wire which is the flICall see us and get the beat oodiat the best prices D B HA KELP RD i OMPANTJ I MAIN KY II7I FF A BOON TO D TABLERS BUCKEYE 4 W t- jJu LA A New Discovery for Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS F Site Pro reler 3K talk Strut ST LOUIS MO For sale by prospelltyInMiss Fannie who is in Tam weatherillclothes Flowers are blooming in abund thefamilyot ndbopesbeeniuvltedwife and them to he very elegant people They have oranges iu abund ance Rev Charles Crooks will preach at the First Church Sunday niorning at 11 oclock It isnttheheavy dresser who wears the Wrinkle in trousers Beafatw Caviot be Cured By local applications as they cannot earThereness and that Is bv remedies Deafness la caused by an halugthis tube gets infliuied you liave H rumbling or imperfect heariuK deafnessheion can be taken out and th4 tube re stored to its normal condition Ii Mirig will be iteetfoyod forever nine owe eatarrhrwbiehIaUie mucow aarfaees Detiarglor hailCatar g 0SoldHails Family Pilk are the beat Creditors J 1 Mu SMUterof 8 r ilmisIM Past a oieaWsi kT SE e V Richmond Kentucky =j Burns Soft Coal and less oder than anyother 7 fIf vGiveand will keep fire longer than any otherSf 7Youone fire and it will not go out winter 7 J Fence and STREET RICHMOND MANKIND dWD L the Certain PILES ALL OTHERS HAVE JAMES BALLARD m PERY THOMAS Wallace fount Presbyterian latest constitutional sound Come and see us before we move and help us move by getting anything at your own price in clothing at Stout tens 19d3c tf 30 YEARS PILE CURE Druggistsr8I Notice Cetturydoing the people ofthisi city county and surround ing country has made a last lug impression on the writer his gratitude knows no for your most liberal pairon age past and it Uhall ever be his supreme effort so long as the all wise being shall permit to so transact his business as to merit tMrty consecutive years of pro per ous business the New zen tury For 19Q1 we have bo igl more new goods in every Iu than any- at satisftctory- stockis mUClLklrger a varied thM ever beFw manufacture nil kidpaints for all kinds of poses of the best quality tnd- at a price that can not be excelled in any city UTe i ant trybyfenme We ppniwiet ior all teringEst1Wed J87O Geb4M4W1llg4nt Wail Paper Window Picture Prwne Pa oili Varnniim Wi aw w 110 EJOUM- ONDir t t b 1JoP tcO k T = owC v The Richmond Climax =WEDNESDAY FEB 0 iwi We are after unloading clothing not money at Stouffers 19dectf Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist Is now located over Perryk Thomas Drug Store Cfebtf Mr 3 B Simpson a prominent farmer of the Clays Ferry locality is dangerously ill with the grip Natural product water mill flour and meal at It A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf The Daughters of tIle IL A U will meet at MM LJ FrazeeV residence on Second 8Lret tonmrrow at 230 p m Five room oittaun fur rent pric 10 per month Apply to ilK G W EVANS augi5tf The Kentucky Tnniing Horse Beeders Association of Lexington has announced for its annual fall meeting the date October 818 Stonfler Helix wore tints anti caps than all of them See his slyles and prices 19dectf Mr Mat S Cohen has placed in the hands of Gus Moray of Versailles his 3yearold chestnut mare by Baron Belle out of the dam of Tolu We are compelled to vacate in 30 days Coiue and get a suit or overcoat Stouffers 19Jectf Mr W P Prewilt auctioneer re ports that he handled 19 horses and mules court day which ho sold at prices ran in2 from 21 to 56 Hesavs there was a good demand for work hurses and mules For Rent A blacksmith shop on First street near Water For further particulars apply to OWEN McKEE SOdectf Rev Sweeny Lands The Prize Rev John S Sweeny of Paris has been appointed postmaster of the Bourbon Capital by President McKinley He will take charge at om Stouffer wont be understood Call and get prices on clothing and under wear 191ectf Land Sale J E Baldwin has purchased 112 acres of land from Neal Anderson and Mrs AH Douglas at 50 per aerrrhis land lies near Bluegrass this county For Rent A nice dwellin house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable For particulars call on or nddres GEO D SIMMONS ICjan tf Richmond Ky 35 Judgement Judge Million heard the case of IL E L Bigxerstaffaud Carl Todd against the American Investment Company last week These gentlemen sued the Company for salaries due them and were awarded judgements the amount of 35 Get a suit at the closing out sale anti save money at StoulTers the Tailor 19dectf Col Caperton Improving We are informed by his physicians that Col J W Caperton is rapidly re cuperating from his Iatq selge of sick ness and will soon he out again The host of friends of the popular and genial Colonel will be very glad to hear this news SeU doling unbrellas also self opening umbrellas at SlouUers 19dtf ParlnerIDelmouth Takes a Uus Delmouth the First Street Baker has sold a half interest in his bakery and restaurant to Mr James Murry of Clay county Delmouth and Murray It is henceforth Business wilt bo conducted as usual at the same old stand Grip Epidemic Grip it appears liHSmade a whole sale attack upon the population of Valley Vierlhe Southern Lumber Company of that place was compelled to shut down Friday on account of the epidemic of this dread disease among its mployees DO YCtU WAIsIT To sell your JtEA ESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Address Jlt N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dee ly 5 at titoulfora will buy you 10 worth of clothing 19dectf Madison Men Invading Scott Messrs Walker McKinley and W Baumatark are making arrangements to open a dry goods emporium in Georgetown about the middle of this month I hey will occupy the building formerly used by H C Ship Co Both Messrs McKInrey anaBaunstark are Madison county men anti we prophesy will be successfulin their new field of business Natural proddctwIiiIe not as whit as patent Hour is much better for health For sale at It A Baxter on Second street nugltf Palntul Accident Mrs Phil Roberts nietwitli painful accident Inat week As she waV de scending a flight of stairs in her borne on East Main she lost her equilibrium and fell to the botton receiving tome painful cuts about the head Her hus band Dr Roberts dressed the wounds and we are glad to state that no serious injury was sustained She is now rapidly recovering Ask neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing hev will say at Stou tiers ldectf Mr C rae4lsen Jwtifirt Last June it will be remembered Mr Albin Corneilson anti Mr Cyrus Barnes toad aa ajlKoation on streetBwhlch uited in Mr CorneilisonB striking Barnes Mr 1arnesbrdtg1it suit fr roo damage 4 e3- I 11a6 toTvce6Tjy clrcit court be jmy decided that JfcZ Ceraitaor wMIMttffietlin his acta d fte4won in his srr WiUciarJ11 to order an- iiktepi la stockWi Pkturs Framt allai il aod kz at tkt iowut prices i N w kS4l at CIiMIK MI- sIi order to supplY tM delUaatd 10 tclM ofworktht oueiA 1m J WI be fi pIo 1ai gM IriDMroaMe aWe W kia it- a ItDKtfCUO M eii bek OJb i jricedd1ftJryM hoots tht1tps have W1 ik I ic7oufc 8m J 1 tv 11 fIIP I- wri 4 D 6 I It rr rnl Mrs J M Poyuiz desires us to an nounce that that the Daughters of the Fridayafternoo andfulla There are other good paints nude but none produced better at any price than Willgingsi paint mixed ready for use any color any quantity Get priceforJohn Sextons Jonah Mr John Sexton has a mare that ill a perfect Jonah She has fialed tlnoe rolls all of whom helms lost Each tins suddenly fallen deal with no np youngfillyGn tuiil gate on Vridy last Painful Accident UemgR Harris a WHI lUvena Mar rira well known famierof this cnunty was thrown from a horse lust week and painfully injured by receiving n kick of the animal on hw jaw While not IIneayonefortracted case of raeaRles No vexatious delays when you have Willging to do your everydescription notDontothers Dr Combs Wins His Suit The case of Dr R B Combs versus the Madison Fiscal Court was tried Friday by the Circuit Court and a de cision of iOO rendered in favor of toe plaintiff The suit was brought because the Fiscal Court refused to honor Dr Combs claims for attendance upon the College Hill patients during the smallpox scare Court Day February Court was dull and slow The weather was raw and gloomy and the crowd in attendance unusually small There were about 1550 cattle on the market anti hardly a third of them purchased Those which werobrouglit from 3 to 5 cents About fifty horses and as many mules changed hands A few extra mules brought as high as 123 Horses brought from 40 to 100 Willgings new line of Wall Paper in white grounds large floral designs all new color orings Blue Pink Green Red Yellow etc pronounced by all the most choice selection and lowest priced ever before put on sale After having looked in all the cities for design and color wanted just call at our place we have it You are in vitedS Respt Geo M Willging Madison National Banks Officers The Directors of the Madison Nation al Bank hive held their annualelection and continued Mr R R Burnaiu and Mr James S Crulcher in their respec tive positions of cashier aud bookkeeper and elected Mr S Neville Moberley to the jiositiou ofteller All three of the gHiitlemea art competent bankers and the Madison Nation al is sure to enj y riu era of unpre cedented prosperity under their man ag meiit Messrs Morgans Luc- kMetrs llSvi Morgan of Whites Station this county displayed some specimens of their Rose Comb White LeghuifiH nt the Jxniisvillt Ruth Cin ciunati poultry shows which occurred January 1C19 with unusual ncces They were awarded four first prizes four scutum three third and two fourth with percentages running from 9Il to 951 The Messrs Morgau are model farmers and we congratulate them on their success Mat Cohens Accident Mr Mat S Cohen liadtlie misfortune to break las right hand last week while attending a horse sale in In dianapolis Ho was pushed to the ground by the throng in attendance and before be could rise Inshand had been crushed by a horse breaking it In two places The accident while painful is Jiot severe and it is hoped hatMr Cohctfwil thou regain the use of the brokeu member Oil learning that Mr Cohen was an Elk the Indianapolis Lodge couldnt do too much for him he says So royally was ho treated by hit brothers that on his departure when called upon to say something Jiotirought down the house by remarking thatbe didnt blame Taylor and Finley a bit for wanting to stay among such good people Robbery Wm Mclfome a resident of the Big Hill locality was robbed by two negroes while returning home Moo diy night Near the L k N depot he was stopped by a negro who asked for a lift 011 his road Suspieiouing noth lug Air MnHume consented and thought nothing of the fact that another dnrky was behind them on foot As they reached point on the pike opposite to time East End Christian Church the negro who was riding witUhlinkedMr Mr MoIIome to pull UPa moment As ho did so ho Will draguedfrom his seat by the negro who was7 fnthn rear and was soon 1ellevedofaomo twenty odd dollars py tho confederates who swiftly made off when their work was accom plished Mr IcHomo lULl no clue to bur assailants PsbUc5SaIe- S Having other business on haifd I iiave4ecldetl toaehI at public auction in froiitpjT mystabte on Irvine street Richmond Kr at 10 oclock onSatur day vJebruaiyi6OfbaimyeTire stock oC livery consisting of 6 headpf Ijvery leses 1 pair of No 1 carriage horses 4 flood biiggies1 surrey1 12pR6enger wagon good as new I closed car rige IB excellent condition 1 two horee spring wagon i 1 onehorse sptini wagon I road cart 0 sets of buggy bftraeM i1 aUe sat of carriage harass J lset of One te harness 1 set surrey barnew Seels double harness for stir tey3 sets wagon harness lsct lend barne3 food riding saddles 1 good Wfon saddle Office ixnir e consist ig of ikski and othee uipment- aItiy oediIflng to o4tn the livery MM rent tho stable ROW oc emjjteby aw from Mr NB D tleqae TjA1 wfaoaHls wwM f ceihi hbad ailswr 10 onarWft till July t wi1IolI4 eMSJ b4 KyU ur mWBR wi 1IIAND c- rtDJIGn J Orders for flowe should be en fetrusted only to reliable florists = J I Taste and AbilityIt J tJIn these regards our standing nnqu etones C 344 BELL The Florist A LEXINGTON KY Agtcp a bfJ Another Elk Fair Fpr Lexington At a meeting of tho Lexington Lodge of Elks Friday evening it was uuanl moiisly resolved to hold another Elk Fair during the coming summer It was largely at the Instigation of the Board of TradeChamber of Commerce and other public bodies that this determination was reached Owing to the impetus the Elk Fairs have given to business the people of Lexington to a man almost indorse the Elks in their efforts to hold another Preparations will hinnade to make this yeirs event more successful than its two predeces sorsSMisterlous Cutting Robert Tudor of Taylors Fork this couuty received some dangerous cuts at an early hour Tuesday morning in an unknown manner and at the hands of an unknown person lIe was severely wounded in the abdomen and also received a long cut across his face He absolutely refuses to divulge any ItlentllyofhiIconsists of the sentence she nearly got mo this time which he allowed to escape his lips so it is supposed he received his wounds at the hands of a woman lIe was operated on at the Infirmary where he now lies in a dan gerous condition LATER Ed Million ami John Cnrrol color have been arrested for the crime Bro Landram Strikes it Rich It is seldom a country editor gets higher than the festive cub pipe in the smoking line but the Record office was pcifumed in ureatfihape the other day when Mr F P Frisbie the uptodate druggist gave us a twentyfive cent cigar For the few minutes that it lasted we forgot the trials and tribula lions of a printing office stuck our heels on top of a job press and dreamed we were white folks The office cat went to the woodshed the devil made a sneak for home while a couple of creditors who ventured in jumped out of the second story window They thought it fmpihl fur an editor to put on style Laicaster Record Elk Lodge For Danville For the second time within the past six months there is an effort being made to secure a charter for a lodge of Elks In this cityrfhe first time the parties who had the thing in hand could not secure the charter owing to the fact that the census did not show the town to have 5000 inhabitant but the town is so near the deadlino that thise now working it think that with combined effort the obstacle can be removed and a charter gotten for this city The petition contains thirty six names of excellent gentlemen who are as follows W P Woodcock Sfltn W Menifee W G Dunlap Guy Wise man II B Hocker J Sid Adams J It Cowan E M Green WSIlowiand J It McCoberts M N Welsh G A McRoberts C P Cecil Jr A C Van Winkle Charles W Caldwell W D Mooro L C nosIer F N Lee E S Tillinghast Geo II Green James H Letcher A S Robertson D E Bryant W S Glore Harry Wiseman Henry Jackson J B Nichols E K Dillebay HL salter W 0 Gentry W J Price Wm McBrayer Moore J H Moore H Giovannoli Sam P McDowell W W Johnson Danville Ad vocate Richmond Lodge No 581 willlje glad to welcome the Danville brothers The honor of installing the new lodge will lie between Richmond and Lexington being geographically located nearest to the Boyle capital Death ol a Pioneer Reinsman In the death of Tllford Dickerson Indiaua loses a valued as well as historic character and her best known horseman Throughout Indiana Buck Ditkerson was known and appreciated for his sterling and rugged honesty No country fair was considered sue cuss unless Buck Dickerson took partin the races which were largely the attraction of tho agricultural ex hiuits to popular in bygone days Tilford Dickeraon was born inJessa mino county Ky in 1829 andwith his parents Joist M Dickerson and wife moved to Versailles Ind in 1840 His father was a horseman anti took great interest in runners At an early age Tilford began riding and soon be came known as thu most successful jockey in southeastern Indiana At tile foe of 21 ho embarked in the horse business handling runners for a time but won turned lila attention to trotters andpacers Of course sulkies were an unknown luxury at this period and hetode tie racers whether trotters or puces This new style of racing was aoinnovation to the Hoosier State citi zenStand many are the stories told by theolder citizens of Buck Dickoron wheiflieVcde lifts or that horse He maywell calledllieploneer of har ness horses at least in Indiana In 1854 ho was married to Miss Mary SI Shook slid for 10 years resided at Versailles removing to Greensburc Ind in 1873 Here he embarked in the horse business on a larger scale He established a breeding stable and gave to the world the pacer Ben Butler and tile trotter CW Wooley and in later yeart GYayHarrY 2i15Xeh1er Thomas 212MJ Kelthouint 115J and hostftOf others He canto oi a family of horseuienand besides three brothers leaves two sons John itud Will Dickerson who are now located at Goshen and are classed among the leading trainers and drivers of America The former handles the flyers owned by Gen B F Tracy ex Secretary Of the Navy and thelaUer traftis for Hon John McCaity Tilford Dickerson fond of al field sports was a good Shot aiid kept the fastest of hounds in the State ilqwasaofonloffoxrchashtig that Ie indulged in hiisfay9ritesiortup until afew days before his death A widow suit lx children twosdas and four da hfer survive Tilford Uickrnoa WM not a chiucliiroinit man but he WM a d oltlaeH khtd lw the net Y id- I itawtMt llliQrl I7 I CC11ANGI3S H 1 r it Having succeeded the old firm of INGTON MITCHELL we take CovI0stating that as of old the new all its ability in please the public and will at all times have thelr L c rtis1J I A Of all seasonable things that will be 4 shown in this city IAIMuuIt to give good merchandise at a reasona IgIs price and we shall CLOTHINGrevery one wants in the We will IiGJ Gnlh e In everything in the way of MensiOvercoats Extra Pants Hats Furnishing Goods and Mens With renewed and rvigor past exper betterr r BARGAINS In present season goods that we wish to close out For Spring we have made large preperation in every line In Merchant Tailoring we are prepared to you anything you may w- antCovingtonBunks Rubber Nose Or a firstclass set of Teeth on the best Rub ber PlateSoS White Teeth 750 every tooth brandedAll done with expert care Nothing cheap used in the office everything of the highest grade Any dissatisfaction with any of our work is a rare occurrence The best Amalgam Fills 7p cents I All Work is Guaranteed in- 1all IespectS DRHOBSQNDeHtist Rictaoad Ky Office next door to Government Bldg in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night- Cecilian Club Notes The Cecilian Club held a very pleas ant meeting on January 23 with Miss Anno Bennett The program consisted of selections from Mendelsshoua beau tifnl opera A Midsummer Nights Dream Mrs Kobert Burnam and lisa Baldwin rendered the overture M re McClintock gave a violin selection Miss Bennett a song and Miss fcrazee an In teresting paper on the works oC the composer Mendelsshon and his con temporaries was the subject for discus sion by the Club and proved quite entertaining and instructive After a delicioUs lunch the shades of night gave warning of the lateness of the hour and Uie time of departure came The next meeting will bo on February 13 with Miss Lynn on Third streetTho man Felix Mendelsshon was of a poetic temperament He was reared inn family in which both intellect in its widest meaning and musjcal talent specifically were hereditary Like Mozart he had iv sister Fanny a few years older than himself who was pos sensed of great musical talent Their mother began to teach music to both the boy and girl in their early years and afterwards hey passed to superior teachers wins of whojn indicated Fanny as the future great musician The parents were however opposed to her following music as a life work and thought the only calling of a woman was to be a good hons wife and while they id id not deny heri com plete mHitad Education they urged her to use it imply as a recreation She and her brother were indeed congenial spirits Tfie Song Without WonU are mor closely awoclated with Atiudols piton this ny f thir of hM workSj The eO11l erClit1fdtrel1tht tinjSlc Is mare WHir irhan wonU amid thM10 fly a h an AXllctanlntinft MIhsns Wh4ta wert written Ito ac M 1t1f i k If i SAVE w TtThTTI MONEY k5make See Willgings new line of Metal Frames in Gold and Ebony Finish just received For Sale I ofier for sale privately my residence and two acres of laud on West Maui street There are eight rooms bath room nrttL hull and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For further particulars call on or address Dr G W Evans or tho under signed Mas SPEED SMITH 2jan2m Richmond Ky A BU I r RTUNITY This May be Your Fortune Everybody has not only read advertisements but answered them unit bought articles which were soot by mail or express hut there are few of our readers who suppose it possible fur them to go into the Mail Order busi ness advertise in the newspaperR and have people send them orJers and money It is so simple and easy and practical fol everybody that we would urge our readers to try this way of making in oney ANY MAN OR WOMAN Youngor old can make money thistf Its very fascinating to sit in your cosy room at home audjreceivoa large mail containing very profitable orders and stamps A small mail trade will pity from soo to J2000 a year clear of all expense Anyone who tries making money this way will never do anything else A small start can be made at a trifling wwt and the business developed from the proflits DOES THE BUSINESS PAY A Iittsburpr lady who was n dress maker makes 500 a year An enterprising young man is now tho wonder of his citydoes a business of 100000 a year A widow ii raisinna family out of the proceeds of mail order business A lady in Kentucky hail a face bleach has now H nice business that pays S5 000 a year A firm doing a business of 25000 a year all by mail commenced with a small investment that anyone could raiseSWhy should you be poor and strug gling or work for som ono else when you can be your own boss have your own business make your own money and have a chlllJ e for a fortune and the respect anti admiration of every body Where you live is the bust place to start Your own home is your best office DO TIlLS AT ONCE Ills your chance Dont delay and put it oil Sit down nt once and write to ThieF II Alden Co Globe Build ing Cincinnati Ohio They make business of starting people in the Mall Order Trade They furnish everything give entirely tree a small start wilts tile advertisements tell you the secrets of the business aud help anyone to go into business for themselves This firm is very highly recommended and will send you letters from peet pie they have started and who have made money and succeeded in life You will make no mistake in dealing with them and you will be grateful for tbecksee they offer Write tc them and see If tho Mali Order ne6lldotit suit rOB It Is til prettied bV1liWofld r 0 GOODBYE SALETO ALL THE INTrIIIEBUS- t T BEE CASH STORE 1 he story in a nutshellInstesdof having a closing out sale in February we put February prices ori now when winter goods are sellingwhen there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced All THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Price At least 25000 worth of season ble merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling cost of every Winter Garment Fabric and thing to a point where the people will eagerly take it to a notch where there can be no doubt concerning its decided bargain character and he accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses In The Avalanche of Bargains overladen manufactur f ers wholesalers warehouse men mills and factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices are massed s ClothingSilksHats Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent u We invite you cordially to take advantage of the low cut prices we are making on all hopingtoW D OLDIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US Richmond Wins the Day A special meeting of the Senate Ju diciary Committee was held this morn ine after hich Senator Lindsay re ported the bill introduced by H pro sentaMve Iloreing dividing the State of Kentucky into two judicial districts with the recommendation that the bill be passed by the House Tho counties of Trimble Henry Shelby Anderson Mercer anti Boyle were added to the new Eastern district Many attorneys from other counties bordering on the proposed Eastern district also asked to be taken in but it was found imp si ble to do sorrhe city of Ashland was stricken from the bill and the time for holding courts was changed fjr the cities in tyoth the Eastern and Western districts The fact that Richmond was to remain in the bill was considered a foregone conclusionowing to the addition of several counties and the accom modations tIme city could offer a court with its public building It was fully expected howeverthat the city of Cat lettsburg would be substituted for Ash laud Capt T D Marcum who with other citizens of Catlettsburg has been In Washington sluice the bill was passed by the House felt that he had assurances that his city would bo in the bill Time result of tIme light between Cat leUI burg and Ashland is unsatisfactory especially as time delegations from both cities foreseeing that a fight might lead to just such a result stated to the sub committee that an agreement had been reached and there would be no objection should either Ashland or Uatlettsburg be adopted by the committee Senator Lindsay was constantly icportcd in fa vor of Catlettsburg and the supposi tion is that the arrival of Representa tive Push had something to do with the Ninth district being left without a coutt However the passage of a bill in the next Congress ill remedy the matterIIt is thought that Senator Lindsay will now call the bill up and secure its passage at an early date and the belief is that the Senate amertments will bo concurred In by the House Represen tative Smith of the House Judiciary Committee believes this is the best course which can be taken under the circumstancesThe place of holding cOurts is amended as follows Western DistrictLouisville beginning second Monday in March and second Monday In October Owcnsboro fourth Monday in November and first Monday in May Paducah third Mon day lu April and third Monday in No MondayfnMavbar Eastera District Frankfort second in March and fourth Monday MowlayIkichimoad fourth Monlly and second Monday JH NnvewbefiLLwi tkm seeund Momjilnvlie May IIIIII1r1h No I NQte C4rJ tfJili r How to Put up Ice A plentiful supply of ice on the faim for use during the hot weather has almost as much of comfoit associate with it as has the big pile of dry wood in tile shied for use during the cold days of the winter If you want ice for next summer now Is the time to he thinking about it How to do it Well what we say Is for tho man on the farm so situated that he cannot obtain sawdust and who does not want to put much money into the ice business but who is willing to do the work necessary to secure a supply Take the north side of the barn anti build a lean to 12 by 14 feet with 8 foot posts on the low side Slant the roof up to the side of the barn and inclose with shiplap leaving ut door nt one end mid a slat window in the other Fill the bottom with coarse gravel to the depth of one foot this to secure good drainage Now get your ice when it is about a foot In thickness if you can antI laying some boards over the gravel put ou a toot of strew chaff nnd buildup cube 01 the ice blocks in the center of the icehouse leaving n space of two feet between the ice and the side walls Take enough flax chad which is best or if this cannot be obtained wheat or oats chair or the straw cm fine and pack as firmly as possible all around the ice putting a foot or so of the dust on the top If the chair show any signs of settlitg during the summer it must bo added to so as to fully protect the Ice Eight or ten Toads of ice put up in the manner we have described will supply n farm home all summer Ex Some women look like they would make better fathers than mothers TlzeNonlrritating Czt1uzrticSEasy to iake easy to operate Hoods Pills Cheap Bates to New York Via Tfcs Chssapoao and Ohio Railway Redncell rates of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan has been ar ranged from Lexington to New York on account of the spring meeting of the Neir York Merchants Association and tickets will bo sqld on Fob mary 13 to 17 antllfrclhto 4 and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this barfs tim round trip rate from Lexington ii 2400 and tickets will bo good to stop over in Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia The C and 0 Route is the fUlly line from Central Kentucky with double daily service through eeIIddining cars If you are act rogiterd with the New York Association ietltt- J1i IKllaU1flllt once Informntio elwerfuHy giyn qa receipt of ftdvlo OKO W BAXXXV DlvPAJh LoxtwBK 1Q 3t iff if T t New Merchandise bright and fresh bought for cash from Laces and Embroideries Howgare Your Nerves If they are weak and you feel nervous and easily flustrated cant sleep and yourbloodupon rich nourishing blood Hoods strongbyIt gives sweet refreshing frlpep and completely cures nervous troubles Begin taking it today IUredbyHooos Bonds of mitrimouy would be fat more popular if they paid cash divi dends DEWlTT IA PEPSIN SYRUP C- oOentI cannot recommend Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin too high It has been a great benefit to nw Very truly RAY BUOKLKY Sold by druggist Ojanliu atItractivDr Calctwells Syrup Pepsin con vinces you of its merit tho first dose you take Sold by druggist Ojanlm About the worst joke a woman can play on a man Is to marry him alwaysIndicatetho quantity of food which in paten but aslmllawd1whiehtim food consumed If the stomach and organs of digestion anti nutritious cannot convert the food into nourish melt and into blood then the fool IB an injury instead of a benefit For all disorders of this stomach audits allied organs of digestion and nutrition there is a certain remedy In Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discover It re nieces clogging obstructions It strengthens the stomach nnnrixlipfl the nerves enriches this blood and builds np the body It is a fleshformlng muscle making preparation making linn flesh Instead of flabby fat Golden Medical Discovery contains anykIndcocaine and all narcotics Some husbands are so inJotcent that they can never comehomei niter Rich warm healthy blo id iElhen by Hoods Sarsaparilln aud jhuscoughs preventedlakoitnow There is one advantage ih proposing By trlrphoneit elimlnatesthebliiRhing act but Itsmashes tho kispjpg finale Te Whom It May tlII rem We wish to notify the Citysens of this county that we have the agency for DrCaldweHBStmip Pepsin indllltiOllbIt anti guarantee it to dniw recom mended We always keep the best promisingYoure truly Pruegists Ojanlm The mn with a chlritajjlellrt will hover fee jwbod what oh irch he be longed to WIlls he arrives t StPet 5ra te OGt1qJfIt1t iw ion DAT- Tafc UxMJviB Ifowo Qui has TaUato Air drHitxJttU rfliii the Jinnwy lilt Mln te rsPs W flrov lti tW IrfitlVu 1 loi What You Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain ill but it must he digested and assiihl lated before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in tooth must be separated by the dllu s tive organs from the waste materials and must he carried by the blood to all parts of tho hotly We believe the reason fur time great benefit which so many people derive from HoodsSareit parilla lies in thefact that this meditite gives Rood digestion and makes pure rich blood It restores the functions of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to nerves and muscles It also etuis dyspepsia scrofula salt rheum bolls sores pimples amid eruptlomiscatarrhi rheumatism and all diseases that have their origin in tho blood 9jtnlm A wise man adapts himself to circumstances while a shrewd man adapts circumstances to suit himself CURES I5LHUI AMI SKIN TROUBLES Trial Treatment Free Is your blood pure Are you sure of slowlyVupimples eruption Achlnc bones or hack Eizoina Old sores units Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are yon pale Then nB B Botanic Blood Balm will purify your blood heal every sore and give a clear smootluhealthyskiu Deepbeated cases like ulcers cancer eating sorts painful swellings blood poison are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm Cures when ali else fails Thoroughly tested for 30 years Drug stores per large bottle Trial treatment free by writing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble free medical advlte given Over 3000 voluntary testlmnj ials of cures by B1J llUtOne of our unsuccessful politicians claims that half the lies told on him during his last race for olllco were not true rpf This signaLers Is on every box of the gecuUa Laxative BromoQuiane Tablet the remodr that cnrca a cold In one ilajr A young man who knows nothing about politics cards or golf would ccr trinly make a good companion Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incl allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ast JtIsa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier aad vermifuge They are not food but ied1cine and the best in use to pt a- kdsse ia prime coadltioa PriM 3f eM per package J A dressmaker may scam well aad then be sick t w tM Qt211t W rkld th- SIativs ottGQllfl tft fwseess cold lotIM day Na emi u a II3icemiW S iiliiE A MILD WINTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ++ ++ p + + ++++ +++ ++ ++++++++++ ++++++ I OUR TROUBLE + ++ + + + +++++ +++ ++4 4 ++ 4++ + gradesfromSACRIFICED these astonishing figures and we defy com t parison in goods or prices Either the goods must go or we go out of business PRICES If I Ladies 3Fine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go at 2t60 u hO t r2J5-n ic 2 50 fA 1B5 icy s ifGO2 OO tr 3 i O ioo Mens Fine Shoes worth 4 OOnov go at S dOO 3 50 I V O h r 3iu 2 50 1 75 H n 2OOi l 1 60 Mens Boo tees L 5 00 Jv t3 60 it it i 4 00 v l 3 00 J I proportionThe Shoes and allothers at same cut rates Main Court 4444 44444 HouseFreeman Bros A A THErf- jStove Question 1 In all its details is fully answered 5 c Lby an inspection of our shovingtthee t t GREAT PENINSULAR LINE 4w I AND TH- EESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR 0This3 with us and we are going to offer suchattractions s in that line as will repay anyone for the time devoted to looking through this Department We have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for the Great Peninsular and Estate Oak llxdlator the most famous in the world enjoying an inter Wnstlonal reputation for the excellence of their construction and artistic fln we Vant everybody to familiarize themselves with the distinctive iit merits of their product 11 W Wo wish to call attention In the magnificent product be r1low which wo have lately adkd to our line with a full lute iIv ECONOMIST RANGE j ECONOMIST RANGE uuuuLfiu w uimmunu HARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS h4mehily ar5 OR LEXINGTON KY The Giant investmentof the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS AVherein Life Insurance Companies pays i txthp estate of the dead f The Company is lew than 7 years oM and has a greater premium innomo to the business in force than any life Insurance Coinjmny The Amount Paid In Living Benefits S38OOOO Amount Placed In Reverse and Surplus S20OOOO Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns during life this Company otters special advantages PC SMITH BOirtZTvmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky r D SOLD BY B L MIDDELTON STOCKTON HAGAN Iir1ci L3Tb1Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories I Tile Dralaije is a Terina at ImproeMut Inside Diameter Price per 1009 PriCe ofTJrJiiicTie Appror Weight of of Tile feet each 3 In 0010 taw Iba 4 15 00 10 r 18 50 IS 1t 2i 0025 J3II T asoo35s so on jo JOOIIO6O 88 J2 r 125 co 42 Price list F O B Cars at Factories He who causes a blade of rass to grow where none grew before is a truebenefactor A well drained farm wiiusjittse you to be remembered morefavorably than a sky s lmg mar les afj Only well drained land roducps the largest and best the beat investment ja5ble factory at SBAACV HArip 0 WACO MATHSKMTJ clVTr KY t f C t1 J Gl w t ILl fc UNO STOCK AND CROP R K Hart of Flemlngsold to Beard of Lexington sixty mules at 125 each L H Jordan sold a pair 2 yearold gray mare mules 1- 5toJAWinnGlasgow Times The highestpriced steer sold in the auction of the South Omaha Fat Stock Show netted 276 The steer scaled 1380 pounds and brought twenty cents per pound going to Armour Co- Mj Jones bought of Jos Lair of Bourbon county 50 head of 120 pound shoats at S470per cwt Lib Miles sold to Honaker 20000 pounds of tobacco at 7i cents all round The tobacco was grown on the farm of Judge J J Yates near Stamping GroundGeorgetown Times G L Kirkpatrick of Mt Sterling bought of D G Aowell his entire crop of tobacc about 40000 pounds at an average price of about 6 cents At an auction of Englishbred Lincoln rams held a couple of months ago at Buenos Ayres twentyfive head brought an average of 270 each Fourteen of the best sheep made an average of 315 Shelby Record The attendance of buyers at the Chicago horse market has during the past week been very large Horses designed for use by the British army in South Africa have been taken at auction as high as 125 which is stated to be the best price paid on the last large order placed by the British War Office The largest landowner in England proper is the duke of Northumberland who pos sesses 186000 acres mainly of course in the county from which he takes his title and he is the only one of these eightandtwenty great lords who has not an acre either in Scotland or Ireland The largest landlord is Marquis Conyngham who owns 156000 acres in Wales Sir Watkin Williams Wynn whose jicres amount to 145000 Dick Gentry bought four head of fat mules from Eugene Lee yesterday paying 600 for the four McDowell and Fox bought 52 head of ex tra fine feeders from G W Redman of Campbellsville- for an average of 4 cents Shelby Harbison bought ten head of horses at Lancaster yesterday paying from 60 to 125 He shipped a load to Lexington today A W Pedigo L W Preston and W W Franklin all of Glasgow are here with three car loads of choice horses that they will enter in the combination sale this week M J Farris shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati today Joe Ken dig is in town looking for horses He wants all kinds Mac Hughes sold a fine Cobb to Shelby Harbison last weekfor210 Danville News The chances are that the s1jiip subsidy steal wilt go into a comatose condition until next winter There are only about 35 working days left to Congress and there are still more than a dozen appropriation bills and the war revenue repeal act to be dealt with Women who ask their hus bands why they cant make money as Mr so and so does are usually the very ones who by their extravagance pre vent their husbands from saying and laying the foundations of a fortune tl I Advise All women who suffer from chronfo dlsmstses to write to Dr Pferoe That adwce is based upon practical experience After suffering for months and finding no benefit result from the treatment of thr local physician Miss Belle Hedrick wrote to Dr Pierce for advice She actedonthe advice regained her npper tite recovered her strength and gain poundsin Write to Doctor Pierce is good ad vice for every woman to follow thingDrsick Women to con suIt him letter fret Address Dr Ri V Pierce Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute JUUalo N Yin a little Dr Piercemerthirtryearsassisted by a score of physicians has treated and cured over half a million women I suffered from female weakness for fire NycPutnam ayKoOOwhich I received tellisg me to take his Favorite Prescription and Golden Medical Discovery I took thirteen bottles of Favorite Precrip44o and eight ofG1dcn Medical Wca- I had used the medicine a month health w much improved It has continues to improve until sow I ttia work at almost all kt4e of houKwork I had any apv ttee W kU all right nvw Have gained severMpew cricMaisseDr Pierce Pl mint PIM Mftl kt ji XZAl jjjj ITEWTOHr PASSIONS All blaclr hats are improved by a tiny touch of color Bands of stitched cloth trim the skirt and bodice of panne I- An gowns ultra fad just now is that of writingSvith white ink upon bright blue paper White silk bodices prettily tucked have fancy striped ribbon collarcuffs and girdle Dainty vests are made of chiffon gauze and net with small bands of silk stitched in at intervals vWaist decorations are made by joining stands of braid by a lace stitch and alternating them with narrow ribbons put together with a lace stitch Crepe de chine is one of the prettiestand most fashionable of all materials for a brides maids gown crystylIshown by Lord Taylor is of delicate gray with white broadtail vest enriched by gold threaded guipure Gray and gold gallon decorate the skirtVeiling and cashmere in pale tints make pretty party gowns t Polkaodotted Louisine silk A beautiful widecollar is of the finest linen lawn hand embroidered about the edges It is almost deep enough to touch the elbows Most beautiful is a set of white chiffon finished on all the edges with sable fur A bunch of violets adorns the muff and another if desired be coquetishly attached to the boaA bunch ofgold tissueroses will enhance the chic of a rich black Jiat- Athletic girlslike the raglan shirt waist EVELYN CABLE A powerful engine cannot be run with a weak boiler mid we cant keep up the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can We stop tho human machine to make repairs If the stomach cannot digest enough foot to keep the body strong such a preparation ns Kotlol Dycepsia Cure should be used It digests what you eat and it goodPerryIf anyone is to be made Vice Admiral for winning the battle of Santiago and the honor is not awarded to Schley it should be given to Captain Chadwickthat officer being the only one officially mentioned in Sampsons report as having taken part in the battle To say that he himself wrote Sampsons re port is nothing to the point Reports show a greatly increased death rate from throat and lung troubles due to thM prevalence of croup pneumonia ami grippe We advise the use of One Minute Cough Cure in all of these difficulties It is the harmless remedy that gives immediate results Children like it Perry Thomas In an alleged race war in Indiana over half a hundred shots were fired and no one hurt whereas a Kentucky editor disgustedly remarks that such an occurrence would not even pass for fun down his way There is in HlzeljiSllvolain cure fur piles It in a soothing skluldiseases All right Macgo ahead and jump on Venezuela No one will try theCleveland acton you and anyone that doesnt grant the Asphalt Trust all it wants ought to catch itany how Million of people are familiar with DeWitts Risers and those who me thorn find them to he famous little liver pills Never gripe Perry Thomas Mr Cleveland can talk and write all he pleases the peo pIe will never again give to his duck shooting exploits the admiring regard they did before Teddy went after lions First Mr Harmsworth and now Minister Wu has been pointing out possible improvements in the New York World But then anyone could do that Really to read two of the New York papers one would suppose that Queen Victoria had made her funeral arrangements exclusively for their benefit Mr Hanna is going to join the G A R Is thisa plot for a pension or a covert means of lining up against Commissioner H Clay Evans The country still doubts whether it reallyneededmore Congressmen or whether the imperiledmembers merely needed the salaries Nevertheless and notwithstanding some of the rivers provided for in tha River and Hawbor Jy would be implored by paying them TM lwing in I the or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for buys much more than a cents worth qualityand strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other package coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles1 In each pound package Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there is a list of articles With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser baa bought a part of some article to be selected by or from the List subject only to the condition that the sig naturo on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion Dept You soo thIs List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE ROS Notion Deportment NEW YORK CITY NY Still it is not to be sur posed that General DeWit will halfmast his flags or sus pend the course of military operations on that account Mr Death of New Jersey who has just been sentenced to life imprisonment is no doubt wondering where his sting isl- 1lGtIsT CASH PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS I Want 25000 Correspondence Solicited A P TUTRTrTTART Main Second sts cincinnatiOI- Sjanlw PM lie Insurance andotberproperty institutionGives FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when tosses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to beconle member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the theStateonehalf after the first year PADAMShouse with the County Judge Richmond Ky may2tly WILL SEND 300 FREE The GermanAmer ican Doctors the Celebrated Milwau kee Specialistc Will Send 300 of Speelallreatmetit Each of our Readers r WREN experienced phy treatments for diseases of the Heart Nerves Stomach Femllle lJseaeea Rheumatlom antPlies it is evident that they hue great faith in their treatments for chronic diseases And when hundreds of prominent people freely tea tify to their unusual skill their liberality is worthy of erious consideration As all afflicted readers may have 3 00 worth of treatment especially prepared for their case FREE with full directions we will advise them to write for it at once Address the Ger symptomsstrictly confidential Plain envelopes use also plain for the contain lug medicineGEKMASIAMEBIOAN DOCTORS decISly 90 Mason BU Milwaukee WIs Greatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The FARMERtCLEVELAND Both OneYear For Worth awayocoo p150 0ismarket and home weekly journal in this country For evcrv member of the family It tellr how to nuke the pay and the home happy 20 pegeMustports LarKwstacthal staff of practical editors and correspondonts all farmers ItAlways Stops at Expiration j of Subscription No wide awake farmer will ho with journalItA Mte CfknaxP Co Wlot OICOOd Coffee Begins the growing Anywhere 13 plantationI the the ARBUCKLES- a Roasted Coffee 6f should farm Itlias THE GREAT IRMade a Well Man of Mo resultAStopsaildralnsancllosses sanity and Consumption Young Men regain Man Itgivesa man for business or marriage Easily carriedin 2nbymailinp1alnpackJwritten tuaiaateeV DB JEAN OHA rarls For sale by fitccklon Hagan Druggists KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive or gans It is thelatestdlscovered digest ant and tunic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache GastralgiarCrainps all other results of Imperfect digestion PrIccSOcandt tiargesIzecontalnsSH times small s Book all about dyspepsia mulled free Prepared by ElCDeWlTT AGO Cblcago For sale by Perry Thomas vT DESUNS 1 PATENTS AftfpI S iOBTAINED FREENoticeln i dtaryea moderate Kn fee till patent is secured AddressE C PRODUCE JR Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produced Business Will pay more for Poultry Eggs etc than any house in Richmond It will cer tainly prove profitable to you to get my prices be fore disposingof anything in this line A L 60TTNear L N Depot RICHMONDKY octlOtf REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY L E LANE at 1eYtexa ct All Work Guaranteed Main Street RICHMOND KY iLXNiTi NViME7I iW = 4 I 2 Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested 1010 to Branch office front room iover Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR fE 7tW1Im j GRAND DISPLAY OF BUGGIESI PHAETONS GAHRlA IS CarthgeWorksVorb havewe displayed such a complete line blVehicle as we now cawyi r oeg witLnyebkle that leaves stOC1Artue our Works WiII convCe you that the above statements are trii- cCIWDOSONPPQ 5 tJX7t LI lit lWA JI II Iii it I l teTf DRY GOODS ELDERS BARGAINS n Our Stock is complete in every 4Department j We are showing the largest line oL CLOAKS GAPES GOLLARETTES Ever shown at prices that competition touchc TO INSPECT OUR motnlng Boot hio Hats ana Ca s OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 1 bUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT i3Isin full blast You are requested to inspect tj our stock New shapes handsomely trimmed llstrikingly effective and unequaled for rttit quality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular c 9 We are showing a pretty line of lip inspectionc9vCork Screws IrCollar Cases SetsIf1t Files 3 6 8 12Inch Saws 1jcts- 26inch Hand Saws 40cts upPhotoDover Egg Beaters lets Plate Handles Sets eidc Big Iron Spoons 305 and Sets Cooking Fork 3 to Sets 12 White Swiss Tics Sets Tin Bucket and Shovel 5 ts e5 COcosnutOraterTin 4cU Sets Pen Holders Ic up Lead Pencils 123 4 and Sets Cabinet Brass Easels I3cts 11 Pocket Knives 5 10 20 and 25cts Butcher Knives lOcts Can Openers Sets Ej Little Gem Dime Banks lOcts Set of Pony a b c Blocks ICcts Curling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Cage Springs Sets ee3 Screw Hooks Sets per dozen Razor SOct- aTracing Wheels ads Trunk Locks lOcts t8inch Drawing Knife 25 cts Pad Locks Sets up Safety Pins I and acts per dozen Pins Ie per paper npCakeBox of Perfumed Talcum Powder 10c 4c pairMalleable upRubberca Tea Bells bets Nutmeg Graters Ic lLP Coat and Hat Hooks IScts per doe lSetlltRod 2 DladeMlnclngKnlveslOctA 111 Shaving Brushes 1523 and Me I dozen Wax Tapers for lighting Sc Cottage Barometer and Theomomet era combined IScts fJt =Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade DRESS GOODS Picture Hooks Sets per dozen Tack Pullers Sets Tack I1ammers li and bets 1Carpentera Bell Faced Claw Slammers 29cta 8hlo Hatchets 2ict MagnecticTack Hammers Wets Shoe Brushes beta up upCaloltne18hcasII781015and25c111 Leather Back Horse Brushes 2cts 30 Sheets of Note Paper good Sets Si Envelopes a bargain Sets 1WallWire Broilers Sets upTinTin Dippers Sets Granite Wash Pans lOcta TinwareI x see Swanadown Vhttting white and e pink Sets per box Buggy WhIp bets Combs of all kinds- Handkerchlerslc up 3 Tin Pint Gnps Sets cI 1IIc a 2 Gents Boston Garters 10ctspair Gold plated Spectacles SOcts Paperettes 0101520 and 23cts A popubarAutborgWhisk Brooms 8 and Wets cSurllng9cPicture themBottle Photo 5x7 Frame to a larre afBrass Headed Tacks Sets unMachinelnk4cU Mucilage 4cts Dolls Sets up E V ELDER It i RICHMOND KY t J 8 f3- m f3NEW YEAR i IIGONLaHOME DEPENDS ON II T- HEFURNITURE 1j We are receiving new goods every jj pIeaei1i tolIiJlmIp 1 see triem w e icnow you wm stockf1Kentuckyiland 6 we will endeavor to have a Stock from Iii0 which all may seIectc t 0 Leather Couches Nice Rockers at Dressing Tables Ladies WdtmgC Desks Morris of Chairs a iI We have a compete line of ii + M M M M M M + M + + + M M M M M M + M+++ +4E cTt jII 4++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++ + + + +++ And can interest yew in that tine FrmtamI itoorder on short flOesjIjs iitTk We carry nodikic 6A fooi that gmnmtec promfce DONT 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