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VOLUME XL RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1897. NUMBER 16.
W wish to caution all users of Simmons
Livr Rrgulaior on a subject of the deepest
interest and importance to their health
prhap their The sole proprietors
jnd makers of Simmons Liver Regulator
lirn that customers are often deceived by
bny.ru a id taking some medicine of a
pimi'ar appearance or taste, believing it to
'e Simmon Liver Regulator. We warn
vou i hat unless I he word Regulator is on
the package or bottle, that itis not Simmons
1. 1 vi Reulat r. No one els makes, or
h s mad Simmons Liver or
Hnythini;cilled Simmons Liver Regulator,
but I H Zeilin & Co., and no medicine made
iv anvone se is the same ,.Ve alone can
put n uji and we cannot be responsible, if
oilier medicines represented as the same do
not hel you as you are led to expect they
w 11. Bear this fact well in mind, it you have
lieen in the habit of us.nga rredicine which
yon nppoed to lie Simmons Liver Regulator,
ih name was somewhat like
it and the package did not have the word
JWulator on it, you have been imposed
uptin and have not ieen taking Simmons
Liver Kegnlator at alL The Regulator has
been (avorablv known for many years, and
all who ue it know how necessary it is lor
Fever and Agu Bilious Fever, Constipation,
Headache, Dpepsia, and all disorders
arising from a Diseased Liver.
We ask you to look for yourselves, and
see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which
jou can readily distinguish by the Red Z
on wrapper, and by our name, is the only
called Simmons Liver Regulator.
J. II. ZKILIK & CO.
Simmons Liver Regulator.
PROFESSION At- CARDS.
MISS JIILLHEU GULDEN',
USOfficr adjoining A .R HumanC.
J W. MILLCR.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office in the Burnam Building, next door to
Farmer's National Bank.
C P. BDRXAM.
W. 8. MOBEBLKY.
nURNAM A MOBERLEY.
RICHMOND, - - - KENTUCKY.
Office in Burnam Building, recently
A. R. Burnam. 31-30
A TTO KN E Y-AT-LA W,
RICHMOND, - KENTUCKY.
Ofll -e over Tavlor's Hardware store,
Court House, on Main Street.
II. B. HOGG,
ATTORNEY AT LA Y.
RiriiuoN'D, - - Kentucky.
Office No. 13 First St., tip stairs. 31-30
GRANT E. LILLY,
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA IF.
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office 5. W. corner Miin and Second
streets up stairs. Will in nil
tli cmrtR of Madison ami adjoining
counties and Court of Appeals.
J C. & D M. CIIENADLT,
A TTORNEYS A T LA W,
Richmond, - - Kentucky.
Office on Siicond etreet, over Chen-atilt'
A TTORNE Y-A T-LA Hr.
Richmond, ----- Kentucky.
Collections solicited. 13
DR. II. R. GIBSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Bichmonp, ... Kentucky.
Office in the Joe Ccjins building. 18 and ao Second
Strcef, orer Wnue old drugstore. 17-
I ETERINARY SURGEON,
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a. Specialty.
Office up stair over New York Store, corner
Mum and First streets, Richmond 46-
II. C. JASPER, Jll. Dl
Medicine and Surgery.
Oflire Collins lUiildinir, MainStree t.
Telephone at resilience (the Uiirr place) op
Richmond, ----- Kentucky
DR. O. A. KENNEDY,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office inSmilfc Building, No. 104 Main Street, np
tain. Office hours utoi and 4 to 5 o'clock.
DR. JOHN M. POSTER,
Richmond. ... Kenitjcky
Telephone at office and
G. W. EVANS, M. D.,
PltYBICIAK AND SUHGEON,
Richmovd. .... Kentucky.
DR. T. J. TAYLOR,
Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery,
Richmond. ... Kentucky
Office hiiiI resilience on Third Street.
DR. A. WILKES SMITH,
Richmond, - - - Kentucky
OrricE Smith building. Main Street. Office
aours, 9:00 to u M. ; :oo to 4 Y. M.
r"Practice limited to dentiitrr.
J. CMoboas. J. A. Yates.
MORGAN & YATES,
Richmond, - - - Kentucky.
Street, orer Madison National
A Furniture 3 km I
111 Central KenttiGkv Tore
Pay Tribute to This Splendid
A WORLD'S FAIR UNDER ONE ROOF.
The big furniture house of
C. F. Brower & Co., which
has beeu taking stock since
the retirement of Messrs.
James Scottand D. F. Frazee,
a couple of weeks ago, will
again open its doors tomorrow
with a special sale of furniture
and carpets. It carries
one of the biggest stocks of
goods Jn the South of every
grade, and occupies three
large buildings two of three
stories and one of four with
fifty-two thousand square feet
of floor space. All of these
immense buildings are crowded
from top to bottom with
furniture, carpets, drapery
and other goods pertaining to
It would almost seem need
less to give a history of this
most successful house, which
was founded- by Mr. Chas. F.
Brower, one of the most energetic
and farsighted business
men Lexington ever had.
Mr. Brower, as a boy of 15,
started in business in 1S66
with Campbell & Lowery.
His remarkable capacity- at
once placed him at the front
as a salesman, and in 187-4 he
was taken in as a partner, Mr.
Lowery retiring, and the firm
becoming Wm. Campell &
Companj'. Next Mr. Campbell
retired and Mr. Scott entered
it, the firm becoming
Brower & Scott, which style
it maintained from 1S7S to
In the latter year Mr.
Brower withdrew and moved
to Cleveland, Ohio, engaging
in the same line of business.
There he remained until 1887
when he returned to Lexing
ton and founded the firm of C.
F. Brower & Co. Thus it
continued to be known until
1891. Mr. James Scott and
Mr. D. F. Frazee entered it
and the name was changed to
Brower, Scott & Frazee. The
new firm did an immense
business, as its prdecessors
had done. Now it returns to
the old name of C. F. Brower
&. Co., Mr. Markham Miller
becoming the Co.
Mr. Miller is well known as
one of Lexington's most popular
and capable business men.
He has climbed right from
the bottom to the top in the
house in which he has become
a partner. Affable, polite and
energetic, he is a splendid
salesman and popular gentleman.
He is a son of the late
Dr. Chas. TV. Miller, a distinguished
minister of the
church, who was a Chaplain
in the Confederate Arny
iind for many years in charge
of Hill street and other leading
congregations. Markham was
born at Cynthiana in 1872 and
educated at the State College.
He entered the business at
17 j'ears of age with Mr.
Brower, and has continued
with him ever since, with the
exception of a year - spent in
Chicago. He started in the
dranerv 'department and ex
hibiting great zeal and capacity
in his work, was gradually
promoted until he now becomes
a member of the big
firm. Lexington is to be congratulated
on the fact that
Mr. Brower will continue in
The opening tomorrow will
be largely attended, as they
have an enormous stock of
goods, from the plainest to
the finest, at prices that defy
See advertisement in the
Whites Station beat Caleast
at base ball Satui'tkiyH,
Harry Morgan is figging
three big ponds for watering
Mrs. Mollie Rhodus and
her three bo3rs are preparing
to move to Illinois about the
1st of February.
A protracted meeting began
at the chapel Sunday.
Good sermons and cool nights
make the occasion very enjoyable.
The drought now prevail-
nig in tins section is nipping
the bud in McKinle3''s (?)
prosperity. Late corn and
fall grass are suffering great
Mr. J. W. Ballard only succeeded
in renting out one of
his three farms advertised,
that being the Huston place,
consisting of 160 acres, which
was leased by Thos. Anderson
Mr. Harrjr Morgan's mother,
who recentry arrived here
from England on a visit, comments
on Kentucky saying
it is the most hospitable place
she has ever visited in all her
travels." This should be considered
quite a compliment to
our State, inasmuch as Mrs.
Morgan has had a bird's eTe
view of a big portion of this
Mrs. Annie Bybee,of Richmond,
is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. King.
Mrs. Sarah Pigg returned
to her home at Versailles,
after spending several weeks
with Estill friends.
C. C. Snowden and Miss
Polly Hinds did not get married
last week as reported
onlv went to church at Bras-field.
Judge A. J. Tharp will
leave 21st for Indian
Missouri and Iowa for a
month's visit to his western
Miss Corella Snowden returned
to her home after
spending a few da3rs with
Clark county friends near
Winston has the only school
in Estill county that will not
allow visitors. Our good people
are all the time getting
John Newman, who once
spent nearly one thousand
dollars digging for silver at
this place, will open up again
this week for search of same.
Miss Fannie Butler, who
has been very low with consumption,
has greats improved
and her friends hope
she may recover so as to get
out onc.e more.
We regret to note that our
friend, J. H. Amerine, who has
been confined with fever for
four weeks, lias so far recovered
that he will be at his
post of duty soon.
Winston has a singing class
at Antioch which meets eveiy
Tuesda3T and Saturday nights,
conducted 1)3 John Thomas.
It is said to be one of the best
singing classes in the county.
The interiors of one thousand
of the most attractive
homes in the United States
have been photographed by
The Ladies' Home Journal.
One hundred of the best of
these pictures will be reproduced
in that majrazine. The
first article of the series
"Insideof a Hundred Homes"
will appear in the October
Journal. Bed-chambers, re
ception and dining rooms, bathrooms,
hall and apartments
of every kind will be pictured
just as they are in daily use.
Each picture contains dozens
of suggestions. Every woman
is interested in taking a
peep into the most attractive
homes in the land, to see how
they are furnished and arranged.
She wants to get
practical hintr and new ideas
for furnishinerlier own. The
houses photographed by the
Journal are those occupied 03'
persons of moderate income.
Their interior arrangement
shows what perfect taste can
accomplish with a little money
and the touch of a woman's
deft fingers. Homes in every
State in th? Union from
Maine to California were
photographed for the Jour
nal's unique a.nd useful series,
Royal make the food pure,
'wholesome and delicious.
ROVM. BAKINQ rOWCtR CO., MEW YORK.
THE POT-HUNTER NUISANCE.
With the opening of the
dove shooting season the
countrv is inflicted with a
class of hunters to whom
evcrj'tliing with fur or feathers
is inate game. Few land
holders care a flint about the
game upon their land, and almost
an3r respectable person
can obtain shooting privilege
on Madison county farms.
But most farmers object
strenuous' to the presence
of that class of hunters that
are simply out for an3thing
in sight, and to whom poultiy,
pigeons and orchard fruits
are just as legitimate subjects
of acquisition. In this connection
let it be said that
while the black man, as a pothunter,
is more numerous
met, and scruples not to bag
the waj'side pullet, or filch
the far wandering turkey, he
is a cautious and timid thief,
and when warned to
he dose it in short
order, and seldom returns.
His white brother is quite
a different stick; and to a message
to get out and off ,
returns a defiant and imprudent
The writer has had a long
and varied experience with
both classes. With the one
he has had no trouble, except
the ever present anno3Tanceoi
keeping him off, but with the
other the case is quite different.
Both are arrant cowards,
but thenwhite man will
not vacate until met on equal
terms. In dealing with these
the writer has frequentty put
them to ingloiious flight 03-
mounting a stump or fence
and shouting vociferous for
his Winchester. A law-breaker
is ever wanting in plrysieal
courage, and never counts on
encounter on equal terms.
The lands of Madison
are posted under the law,
and the right to hunt or fish
thereon are to be secured b3
permission, but no case of
punishment under such law is
now recalled. If land holders
would avail themselves of
their right under the law,
the3 could abate a
nuisance that cost them much
valuable poult', stock and
LAND, STOCK AND CROP.
HIGH PRICED TOBACCO.
A hogshead of tobacco sold
in the Louisville market last
week at cents a
pound, and Cincinnati goes
better b3T selling a hogshead
at thirt3r cents a pound.
One of the best sales of
Burle3' this season was made
last week b3r Hite & Drake, of
Riple3r, Ohio, to the Wilson &
McCauley Tobacco Co.,
Ohio. Sixty-five hogsheads
were sold at $20.50 per
100 pounds, taken from the
warehonse, which would equal
$21.50 sold on the breaks at
Cincinnati or Louisville. This
tobacco was raised in Mason
county, Ky.., and Brown
Hogs are scarce and 4 cents
is readiry paid for them, while
man37' farmers aro asking 4
cents for them. Stock hogs
are selling at 4 cents. Wm.
Henderson sold ann ice lot on
Mondaj" at 4 cents. Lexington
The sale for the Coons estate
by Jim Mat Darnab3 last
week advertised in the Gazette
was a whopper. Wheat
sold at $1.07 per busliel, cows
from $50 to $80 per head and
corn, growing in the field at
Ian estimated price of $1.60
per barrel Lexington
HORSES, MULES AND CATTLE.
J. H. Pedigo, of Glasgow,
returned from Indianapolis
last Thursda3 where he
bought 20 head of good horses
for the Southern market. Mr.
Pedigo paid from $20 to $30
per head more for this stock
than he did for a lot of the
oiime class, on the same market,
a 3-ear ago. He reports
Indianapolis traders as wild
after mules, and Indianar farmers
crazy after feeding cattle.
A FINE TOBACCO CROP.
W. B. Hawkins, a prominent
Fayette count3 farmer
raised a twenty acre tobacco
crop this 3ear without a tenant.
Searcety a wormhole is
to be -seen on a leaf and he
topped it veiy high, maii3'
plants having as man3r as 24
leaves instead of from 17 to
19 as is usuall3r the case, the
crop is now f matured and
will make a tremendous 3Tield.
THE TOBxVCCO OUTLOOK.
H. C. Wells, a prominent
shipper and handler of
Nicholas count3', who
has been recentty bu3'ing tobacco
in Montgomery, Bath,
Bourbon and Nicholas counties,
has a discouraging report
to make of the crop in
his section. He sa3rs: "To
begin with, the farmers did
not plant more than sixt3' per
cent of last3ear's crop; about
thirty per cent, of which willi
be gathered. Recent rains
were too late to help 01113- the
tobacco, and the tobacco
and bud worm are
havoc with vhat gave
promise of making a veiy
good 3'ield. In some parts of
Nicholas and Montgomeiy
counties the farmers are so
discouraged over the prospect
that the3r have plowed
up much tobacco to put the
ground in something for win-ter
feeding. Louisville Weed.
during the past week
on Wall Street and in man3
of the large cities of this
3 DAYS FALL EXCURSION.
Queen & Crescent loute.great'owrate
excursion forllie usual Autumn jourue
indite others to Cincinnati
or Louisville. Rate of lj fare the
round tiip; September 27, 2S, 29. Will
beKOoil 10 las to,relurn. Ask agent-for
EXTREMELY LOW RATES TO CHATTANOOGA,
The Southern Railway are now
daily fioni Loui.svillo one way tickets to
Chattanooga at$G5"; round trip tickets,
good tifteeu (13) days beond dale ol
wle, $y 10; round trip ticke's, limitel to
November 7th, S12.20
These low rates will enable every one
to visit Chattanooga, Lookout fountain
and the famous Battle Fields in thai
at very little expense.
Tiie Southern U.ulway runs double
daily service from Louisville to Chatta
noog.i. Twins leave L .uisville 7:43 a.
in. and airive Ch.ittrnooga at 8.00 p. m.
and tint evening twin leaves Lonioville
7::?o p. in. and arrives at Chattanooga
7:40 a. m. Through compartment sleepers
are attached to evening train.
For further information, address William
H. Toyloe, Assistant General
Agent, 210 Fourth Avenue. Louisville,
Fa . BS"!
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ns The Leading Specialists of America
20 YEARS IN OHIO.
Thnnsantl of TOnnz nml middle-seed
men are troubled wi th t!U disease many
unconsciously. They way Im o a smart
ing scnxatiou, email, ttviiaing stream,
sharp cuttinsr pains at times, discharge
difficulty in commencing, weak
nrran. rmisgion. nnd all the STmntoms
of nervous debility they hao
TUKK. Don t let doctor experiment on
m. hjr r.nllinr. ttrstchinr. or tearing
you. 'i Ins will not euro you. as it will re
turn. Our Hi:Y MlXl'llUl)
absorbs the stricture tissue;
l,Kin wtmfi. aa 4 lift f rinlnro nrrrflnnpnllr.
el never return. No nain.no
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II Thousands of young and
1 men aro having incir cezrai ncr onu
Bl ntality continual ly sapped by this
case. They aro frequently unconscious
! of thocaue of these symptoms. Ucneral
Weakness, Unnatural Difchirgcf,
ins Manhood. Nervousness loor
pry. Irritability, at Sraarticg
Rrrtinn Snnltpn lives, with dark circles.
V Weak Back, General Depression. Lack P
. Ot AmDlllOTl. uunmii
m Parts, etc GLEET n-l STUICTUUE
'2 may bo tho cause. Don't consult family
doctors, as tncy have no experience in
-these special diseases don't allow
Quacks to experiment on you. Consult
Specialists, who havo mado a life study of
Diseases of ilen and Women. OurNKW
METHOD TKEATAIKNT trill positively
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lor a case tto accept tor iraumeui unu
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WILLIAMS. DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, ntch.
Tik UttirtUt. the rmon,
Sold by n. Z ArT. B.
W M 9i H J 1 j
The undersigned lias three separate smnll
farms which he offers at private sale separately
or together. All three are situated at
WHITE'S - STATION,
oa mewatera 01 Oliver reeK. xney con.aiu
respectively $5 and 1G5 acres, and are well
watered and well Improved farms. There is
no better land in Madison county, most of it
-RICH BOTTOM LAND.--
It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by
turnpile to schools, Uiurches, railroads, mills,
etc., all within a mill- of White's Station Post
Office, ten miles from Richmond.
TERMS Sale will be made one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For particulars,
Geo. D. White,
White's Station. Ky.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Ltiative Brcmo Quinine Tablets. All
Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure.
15c. For sile by W. G. White, Druggist, Richmond,
,.. 11 )l3atev3s5J9
At WalteeAzd ell's Liveby Stable. I
All kinds of hand-made harness, cheaper
than can be bought any where in Richmond.
Give us a trial and lie convinced. Satisfaction
ONE OF TWO WAYS.
The bladder uas creatl for one purpose,
namely, a recepkiclc for the urine,
and as such it is rot liable to anv form
ol iliFeise except by one or two ways.
The first way is from imperfect action of
the kidneys. The Fecond way is from
c?reletH local treatment of other diseases.
Unhealtliv urine from unhealthy kidneys
is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the womb, like the bladder,
was created for one purpose, and if
not doctored too much is not liable to
weakness or d'eease, except in rare cases.
It is situated back of and very close to
the bladder, therefore anv pain, (Urease
or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys,
back, bladder o- urinary passape is
often, by mistake, attributed to female
weakness or worab trouble of some sort.
The error is easily made and may be as
easily avoided. To find out correctly,
set your urino aside for twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indicates
kidney or Madder tronblo. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's
Swamp-Koot, the sreat kidney and
bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you
need a medicine you should have the
bust. At druggists fifty cents and 01 e
dollar. You may have a s.unple botlle
and pamphlet, both sent free-by mail.
Mention the Cumax and send your address
to Dr. Kilmer & Co., IMnjiluutton,
X. Y. The proprietors of tins paper
guarantee the genuineness of this olTer.
HON. C. T. CALDWELL,
mends Wrights Celery
PiOtKERsunna, W. Ya.,
January 26, 1995.
The Wright Med. Co.,
GentlemolJ: I have been using
Wright's Celen Capsules since November,
1894. and find them to be as recommended.
I first basin taking them
while at Hot Seines, Aik, under treatment
for Sciatiq Rheumatism. Liver and
Stomach trouble Constipation which I
had beep a lon; sufferer. 1 fouud the
Celery Capsnlis tnve mo trreat relief
from the besimiins and have used them
ever since. "With pleasure, and unso
licited, I recoirjmend them to any and
all Buffering wijh like afflictions or either
of thcni. Verj truly yours.
jCicAELEs T. Caldwell.
Solil bv T. S! rHssran, Drueeiat. Price
50c ente and SlfGOper . box.
-.a F- " -
store aaa fjftt i 6.
In other words, take
health, and every bottle coculoa a quart.
UW Ur TOIL lie.
Taylor, Waco. Ky.
t Speediest tz,
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The Promptest Attention.
The Cheapest Prices,
The Eavorile Stable.
Telephone YGnr "Cousin,"
P. B. BROADDUS,
Hunley's Old Stand.
No 26. 33-
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For the Immediate Eelie
ni Positive- Cure t
Indorsed by physicians of the highest standing.
25c. per "box.
For Sale by ah. Druccists.
R. H. HUNSTOGK CHEMICAL CO.,
UE1). W. KII.EY
Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends
Wright's Celery Capsults.
Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, 'DC. To
Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.:
Gent' I have purchased a box of
Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N.
Midilelton, druecist, and used them for
Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver anil Consti
pation and found that they liivi: me immediate
relief every time. 1 think it an
Yours very truly,
0 Geo. V. Rilev.
BED WETTING CURED
OR ,0 P.VY. Mas. B. 31. ItO WAN, Milwaukee,
THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE
Long Troubles and Ccnsump'.on Can be
An Eminent New York Chemist anl Scientist
Slakes a Free Offer to Our Iter.dera.
The dlstinpiished New York chei list, T. A.
Slocura, demonstrating hie of a reliable
and absolute cure Tor Consumption
(Pulaionary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial,
throat, lunjr and chest diseases stubborn
coughs, catarrhal affections, geniTal decline
and weakness, loss of flesh, and aU condition
of wasting away, will send TH11EE FHEE
BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries
to any afflicted reader of the Climax
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His "New Treatment" has cured thousands
bv its timely use. and he consid
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humanity- to donate a trial of h!s infallible
Science daily develops wtmders, and
this great chemist, patiently experimenting for
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humanity as can be claimed by! any modern
genius his assertion mat mog injuuics
consumption are curable in an climate is
proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"
filed in his American and European laboratories
in thousands from those cured In all parts
of the world. 1
Medical experts concede that bronchia!,
chest and lung troubles lead to- Consumption,
which, uninterrupted, means spctdy and cer
Bimplv write to T. A. Slocum. M, C, 88 Kne
rcet. Sfew York, eirinz po3tof3ci iand express
address, and the free medicine wiUbe prompt-
tare of his generous proposition, t (
Pliaisa tell the Doctor that jron iw Ws ofter
la the Bichmosd Climax.
fho eaa think
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Protect tow Mean; tlMrjM i vruu.
Wrttu JOHN I
great MID-SUMMER sale
Cs now on. Our New Departure is meeting vrith the approval
of a generous public. Same price to every cue and
CASH in every instance.
NOTICE the rare bargains we are
A suit that suit is worth havinp.
There's so much intrinsic worth of
ready-made clothing that one is indeed
fortunate to light on a genuine
bargain. Appearances are deceptive,
but there's nothingfal.se in our suits.
The sale on now is to decrease stock
and they must go. No reserve,
ienuino Bargains Suiti at $;",
SI 00, $.".C0, $ 00. ST .7). Can't tie
for twice the money other
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inecca for all who are looking for fit and excellence or quality and
See our SI.25.SI.50, $1.75 and S-'. Shoos 25 that oMier shoe store-
are askinsr2o per cent, iiiom monev
What's Your Need ?
A choice, "I'll take the neck
or nothing- said the collar to
the cuff." "Well, I'll beclose
to hand," replied the cuff, and
For Good Values
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MANUFACTURER AND DEALER l"N
GRKNITE S) MONUM6NTS,
jlND ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK.
Eor further particulars, 2iresi
Insure j'our homes and
business property against
Fire $ Tornado.
I represent two of the most
reliable Insurance Companies
in the United States and respectfully
ask for a. share of
S. R ROCK,
MJf Sec. Street, fUp Stairs).
A New Cheap
AND RRUIT HOUSE.
Opened next door to Richmond National Rink,
quote a few of our prices :
Best Granulated Sue 20 lbs. for
Arbuckle's Coaee 2 lbs. for. .
Best Brand Canned Corn Tfc, 2 for
Best Brand. Canned Tomatoes 3 cans
Best Maple Leaf Lard4 lbs. for
Bed Star Wash Boards. . .
Best Coal Oil per gallon.
Pure Stick Candy 2 lbs. for
Pure Mixed Candy 2 lbs. for
Other goods in proportion to
me a call and be, convinced.
A parvest of Straw
In a city is queer. Rut we're cutting
Staw Ilat.s and the harvest is here
a Harvest of Bargains in all sizes,
shapes and descriptions of Hats.
Shoes In Every StylcQ.
At one price to all alike. Then ar
shoe stores which keep one or two of
the shoes we have, but there are none
that keeps the variety in foot wear
which make-, our establishment the
so they were satisfied. That's
the way with our customers,
no matter what their fancy
may dictate, we please them.
Underwear. Hosiery, Neckwear
and Shirts of every description
and at prices that
can't be reached by others.
at Low Prices See
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. : .$100
numerous to mention, Give.
Wholesale and Retail.