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RICHMOND, . MADISON ddtJNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1899.
All Work Guaranteed.
Choice of three good
office rooms over Doug
las & Simmons' hard
ware store, Main St.
Also very desirable
with modern conven
iences. GRIGGSBY & MDNCET.
EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL
ESTATE AND COLLEC
R. LEE DAVIS, Manager.
F.irm, Mineral and Timber
Lands bought and sold
.Vvuunts in and out of the
City taken for Collection.
FVrite, or call on me for further
iiI'MCE-KoomO, Moberley Build
ii .'. ltn lunnnil, Ky.
R. E. ROBERTS,
K ITMOND, - KENTOGKY.
ne in Moberley Buildin;.
Atto rnbt-At- La w,
Ru hmomd, - - . Kjuttuckt.
i.' . ,n the nurnam Building, next door to
, i, r's National Bank. feb3-ly
A r r o'icn k V at-Tj A w,
Ult'llMOXl), - KENTUCKY.
(i 1 ver Tavlor's Hardware store, op-
I no Court IIoupb. ori MninJstrtM-t.- -
l! II. iioun,
ATTuKKJtY AT LA If;
i: iimoxi), - - - , . Kentucky.
Mice No. 13 Fitt St. lip staiin. 3130
.i - & u. m. oiiicnXult,
A TTORNK YSiTliA 1IV- -
li.t? on Second street, over
i g--o-erv. . ) 1 .;' . i
V. R. LETCHER.' " ' .
1, iimosii, KKSTJ'CKV.
mi.-.- with -T: J.- fcm"ith;Jrt--ovcr
I Miigtuii & MitcliellV
T. C Uowny,;
-rfr ''. ' ' ":
M I. rl v H'lildiiur.' Richond, Ky,
HllS CilBSON, & 6TBSON,
I'HYSICIA K A NP, SURGEON,.
Uhhmonii. - - - Kentucky.
1 mSlc iii ihe oe I'dini building, 18 and o Sec
1 I rri, oci W-tiie -old driisitore.- , aj-
('MAS. HOOK Elt .
I KT ElllS A It Y'-SUUpEON,
UrmlnnU Oidnriti-Vtlennnry College.
V. tf-nnary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty.
-Office up Htalrs. over store recently accu
I ! Dy lucliinona llarnem , r.asv msn; o
C. JASPER. M. I).-
Medicine and Surgery:
Ofiice Prather rSuildtng, Main Street.
Itpholie at reldence (the Cnrr". place) on
- - KENTUtKY.
W. EVANS. 'M -D.i
Physician and SrmoEONj-
Richmond. - - - ' Kentucjicy!
DR. T. J. TAYLOTt, , .J
Practitioner in Medicine anilSwtgery, -Richmond
- r Kentucky
rfi-Offlce and residence on Second Street.
of LonisviiJ.Br Kr.
-Onice ncxtdoortu GovernmenCnnlldlnpi
iucii.nSnd, Ky Office hpurerfl to'ii-i to
, 'r-Oftlce, OTerCollinn Orocery
occupleil bjrDr. WIWrnnrEin. ' Jams-
Dr. Louis-H. Landman
No. 803 WmI Ninth Rtrt-i-t. Cincinnati. Oblll
wll beat the Hotel Zlmmcz. Richmond, Kr-in
VSDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1899
re'urnioc every second "Wwlnesday o
moid .J eery puysic.an ?
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REPAIRING AND TIMEINO PINE WATCHES
2nd Street, Richmond, Ky
For 50c worth of vorkT
Wo ae rivintr
away watches, bicvclcs,
cninca, Runs, xc. ceo. to introduce onr
paper, TASTIJIE, ahlsh-class illustrat
ed family paricr of from 16 to 32 large
pages.; CI to 1! columns of Ctiice Good'
Stories; Jjitcralure. Art, Humor Letters
of Travel in Forieirn Lands, &c.
And all you have to do to. get $42 worth
of presents is to get 20 pnbscribers at
Jl5c each. Send 10c- in stamps for full
j particulars, long list of presents and
our paper, 1'Afcjl liMii, lor 0 montlis.
Address THE PASTIME Co., Louis
A ttONDKRWJL DISCOVERY.
Not only cures, but keeps well. Is
sold by an organized company of re
sponsible business men and has en
dorsement of thousands of Clergymen
and noted people throughout the coun
try. Vt'a speak of that 'wonderful In
strument, E!ectropoi6e,and ask your
careful examination into tho cures it
has wrought Col. A. P. Nunally, of
the Inter-Ocean, Chicago, writes:
"Nearly three years experience with
Electropoiso only confirms the truth of
your claims. I say my friends that
this instilment is a most wonderful in
vention, and I would not part with
mine if I could get another." Send
address for onr book gives letters from
people who havo been cured by Elec-
tropoise. ELECEROPOISE CO., 513
Fourth Avenue, Lovisville, Ky.
- Dr. R. Goldstein,
The Optic Specialist,
of No. S41 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, will be at
the Olyndon Hotel, Richmond,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21,
returning one day each month. Eyes exam
ined and glasses scientifically adjusted.
The residence of the late
Stephen B. White on High
St. Apply to
John A, Miggins.
County Court Days.
Paris,, Jtourbon county, Grst Monday.
-' Richmond, Madison .county, first Mon
day. ' Lexington,. Fayette county, second
r Stanford. -Lincoln couuty, second Mon:
Georgetown, Scott county,third Mon
Danville, Boylo oountythirrt .Monday.
mine county, third
Monday. - y , '
Tell us wlmt you want in the line of
how much vnu wish to pay, and we
will place before von tho very objector
your depire. -
That shows the Confidence we have
in uift compieieness n our kiock aim
correctness or our pricpfi J. lie assort
ment of articles suitable lor
vorv l.trno.- Tlic store is a veritable
Fairyland of Gold, Silver, anil Precipua
F. J. YEAGER,
No. 28,2(1 St:
IT IS NO BURDEN
when a PIANO.or.6RGAN is pur
chased here. Our rystem of easy
payments enablesny onehtocu-
-. iny tho music of-4-. '''y.'XJStu
without doprivjlig'-theipsolv'es of
necessity comftrts., Onaoftheso
irrrmMENTS .would mnko a
superb" HOLIdA Y PRSEKTi
Why not come in and Toole' at these'
, I AIBIWC If; KIX1M.
, , - jv i richmonp;; KY,
We are authorized to announce ARC II
KAVANAUQ H DOTY tor Countv Clerlr, sucjec
to the action of the Democratic Party.
We are authorized to announce O. M. RaV
BCRN a candidate for County Clerk, subject
to the action of tho Democratic Party.
We are authorized to announce D R. TEVIS
acandiiiatejor County Clerk -subject to the
action of the Democratic party. '
. We are authorized to announce M. M.
MILLER a candidate for County Clerk, sub
ject to the action of the Democratic party.
j' We areauthorired to announce JESSE
v"-"" uHiumaw mr ioaniy iierjc. suoject
to the action ot the Democratic party.
FOB SHERIFF. i J
We are authorized to announce' JOHNF?
WAGERS a candidate for-Sneria, or Madison
county subject to the action ot the Democratic
party. j, :
We are authorized to announce JOHN-Wf
BALIARD, of White Station, a candidatelfor,
Shentl, subject to the action of the 'Democratic
r - We are acthSrized to announce- MARTIN-
GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce P. B. BROAD
DUS a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county,
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
Wcare authorized to announce JOE OLD
HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison
county subject .to the action of the. Demo,
We are authorized to announce JAS. L.
BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison
county subject, to the action of the Demo
We are authorized to annonnce OEORQE
NOLAND a candidate for Assessor ot Madison
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce Q. ' W.
DEATKERAQ E a candidate for Assessor ot
Madison county, subject to the action of the
We are authorized to annonnce BUD DUNN,
of the Olade District, a candidate for Assessor,
subject to the action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce JAMES C.
LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce PETER O.
PARR1SII a candidate for Jailer ot Madison
county, subject to the action of the Democratic
Wcare authorized to announce JACK ROSS
a candidate for Jaiierot Madison county, for
one terra only, subject to the action of the
We are authorized to announce F. J. PER
KINS a candidate for Jailor, subject to the
action ot the Democratic party.
There was a disposition on the part
of a certain portion of the press to con
nect the visit of Hon. Frank Campbell,
national chairman', from New York,
Elliot Danforth.a close friend of Former
Senator Hill, and Norman E. JIack, a
prominent editor and leading Demo
crat, of -Western New York, 4o Wash
ington as having been made with a
view to influencing the alleged recalci
trant Domocrats in Congress from that
State, who it is. stated by the Republi
can press, had determined to support
the Republican currency bill. Mr.
Campbell, howeyer, disclaimed any
such intention and declared that the
visit was simply with a view to con
ferring with National Chairman Jones
relative to the campaign of next year.-
Mr. Campbell assured the reporter that
New Ytirk would certainly be found
in line for Bryan next year, ana that in
his talk with Senator Jones the Senator
expressed himself as certain of Demo
cratic success, saying" that the outlook
for the silver leader was exceedingly
Those undeviating advocates' of gold
standard as tho financial anchor Jof
every couutry.who declare that without
the gold basis there can be no substant
ial prosperity, will do well to turn their
attention to a recent report on the
prosperity of Mexico, which P. Merrill
Urillith, United States Consul at Mata-
moros.-has ' made to the State Depart
ment. In view of the well-known "fact
that Mexico moro nearly, perhaps, ap
proaches a 6ilver , standard that any
country of importance in. the world, it
will.be well for thet;old bugs to ponder
over, what' theic. own consul-gives to
tho-world through -the medium of the
Slate Department. lid writes:
'As nono of tho Latin American
countries nro experiencing such steady
commercial and Industrial progresses
Mexico,. no other oilers so many open
ings to the miner, planter, capitalist,
and manufacturer. Among tho many
causs of this progress arid activity
mav.be mentioned the natural resources
of Iho country, the absolute security of
life and property, the cheapness of la
bor, tho absence of strikes and other
labor disturbances, and -the confidence
in the strength and stability of the
government, which was so openly ex
emplified by the recent ready negotia
tion of 5 per cent, loan irt the. United
States and Europe.
Had Mr. Roberta thrown a. bomb In
to the'Republican camp on Capitol
Hill he would not have caused more
surprise and'con'sternatlbn than he did,
by his point blank rofusal to participate
iu-tho. Republican plot to deprive him
of hip seat bv golng before the commit
tee of tune and aid the members in
their investigation. It had evidently
been all planned that after a perfnnc
ing from female
or painful men
ses, ought not
ta lose hope if
help them, Phy
sicians are so
busy with other
they do not un
the peculiar ail
ments and the
delicate organism, of woman. What
the sufferer ought. to do. is to give
a iairririat.ip . . .
:v Female Regulator
which is the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
rshuJorjuuuijOf a.rvvsician of the
highest .standinc, "wno devoted his
whole life-fo-trie ?study of the di
unci auments peculiar to our inoin-Mrt.jwiv-&s
and d.ittphters. It is made
i) saotnm'?.' ihtjallnj,; strenfetliening
iuerDS ancu YCgeioqtes. wnicn nave
... . . .
oeen provicica uvva .Kinaiy iaiure to
curelrreffularitv in the menses. Lea-
!corrbce.-i, FallingoC theVomb. Nerv
ousness. Heauacnp and Uackache,
Tn fairneSsto herself and ti Brad
Uelci's FMI jKegHUten yery
suffenng woman ought to give it
trial ' A. jSnee i, bottle will tfo
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
r lt is the liigli., quality;
. .pf Royal Baking Powder .
itcit has established, its
" great and world -Yide
laipws she can - rely
upon it ; that it mates
the bread and biscuit,
more delicious and
wholesome always the
tory and cursory treatment of the case,
the Republicans would report adverse
ly to Roberts and then by cracking the
party whip tho alleged Mormon mem
ber could be expelled forthwith, but
an unexpected obstacle was struck:
Mr. Roberts would not testify. So the
scene was shifted. Apperently It was
necessary for the committee to go to
Utah and investigate, but to go thither
meant, no doubt, too much investiga
tion, for would it not be necessary to
investigate Mr. Robert's assertion that
Federal appointees of President Mc
Kinley are polycamisU and were known
to be by the President when he made
the appointments? Evidently the
committee has no desire to encounter
such a condition as is said to exist in
the State, and so a halt has been called
pending the concoction oi anolhei
scheme by which the evident intention
of tho majority to j-4eld to popular
clamor and expel Mr. Roberto, can be
carried through without too flagrant a
violation of law and decency.
Perhats the most notable utterance
of John Wanainakcr in his testimony
before the Industrial Commission a daj
or two ago was tho statement that he
believed, that the trust question should
be regulated, although ho seemed to
doubt that any regulation would be
nernianent. Naturally. enou:Ii the
great merchant Xavored the depart
ment store, although by to doing he.
clearly expressed his sympathy with
certain kind of trusts. But he bel'eved
that the department stores had benefit
ted lwth tho public and proprietor.
and so Could be depended upon to" re
main as permanent factors in the
world of business.
A'bilf of great interest to publishers
of small papers Was introduced in the
House Monday, by Mr. Bellamy, of
North Carolina. It proposes that wood
pulp, used in the manufacture of paper,
shall be admitted free of duty; and re
duces import duties, on manufactured
paper one-half. Tho object of this is
to enable tho consumers of paper, espe
cially printing paper, to escape the exac
tion of the International Paper Trtif-t.
which has advanced printing papers to
such a figure that many publishers
must either increase the subscription
price or suspend publication. A furth
er advance of 33 percent, is proposed by
tliQ'frust. Mr. Bellamy's bill was in
troduced at tbb inetanca-of county pub
libhers in his district. It is manifestly
in the interest of all publishers, and
should command united support from
papers, small and large.
Last winter a committee, represent
ing nearly all of the metroplitan dailies
in the United States called upon Presi
dent McKinley and urged that an agree
ment putting' wood pulp on the free
list lo made with the so-called High
Joint Canadian Commission, then-lry-
ing to make a treaty of commerce with
the United SCates. Thie treaty , fell
thtougii, anu consequently nothing wis
done for the paper industries. The Pa
per Trust has gone forward adding bur-
ileuB to the consumer; and Congress is
asked now to afford relief. Mr. Bel
lamy'a bill, or something in fhat'direc-
tion, should interest all publishers.
There should be no party div'sion in
such a question, as the interests of all
A Piightfal ClBftdrr
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or'Bruise. Bucklen'e Aruica
Salve, tho best in the world, will kill
the pain and promptly heal it. Cures
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions
Best Pile cuio on earth. Only 25 cts a
box. Cure guaranteed. Bold by Per-.
ry & Thomas, Druggist. 1
A small boy was once passing a
saloon and seeing a drunken jnati lying
in the gutter in front ot it, lie opened
your the door and said: "JHi-ster
sign out here has. fell down." The
saloon man chased the youngster foi
nearly two squares. ..
. Te Cure a Cold ia jey ,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund., tlieluoue'y' if, it
(Jlltffnn.i.a O. - IV fl . ...
WllUtO lO Wi UKI1 UUA. . J"tJ III
M. Coquelin, whoso fortune Is est!
mated at$l,000,000t.has4he reputation
of being the richest actor in the world
Mr. J. Sheer, Sedajia. Mo., tVI his
child's life by One Minute Cough' Owe.
Doctors had given her up to, d(e with
croup, it's an iofliiblo . cure for.eeWs.
tsbHliS, grippe. r'BeambalalHTtfieWife,
nd,tkrot andlunK troubles, -itei&vwe
'at mm. ' Wry jummur
finest that can be baked.
It is economy and every vay" better to
use the Royalrwhose work is always certain,
There are many imitation baking powders,
made from alum. They may cost less per
pound, but their use is at the cost of health.'
ROYAL BAKIN3 POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
TO ABOLISH POSTAGE STAMPS.
English Authorities Experimenting With
I From a London Letter.
English postage authorities are mak
ing experiments in an automatic letter
mailing device which will do away witli
tho old-style "stick-with-a-lick" post
age stamp. The new ep part us resem
bles a slot machine, and is an adapta
tion of tliis idea. It can be placed on
the street corners or in the postofllces.
By putting a penny in the slot the let
ter is thrust into a slot "and, presto,
change! a dry or ribband stamp puts a
stamp on the corner of the letter.wheii
it can be dropped into the box. The
Machine cancels the stamp with the
date and time of day all at one operation-
There are different slots for the dif
ferent denominations of stamps. If
this machine proves the Buccess which
its inventor hopes, it will do away with
the present mucilaged stampind prove
tn economical device for the postal
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave General R urn ham,
of Machias, Me., when the doctors said
she could not live till moruing."writes
Mrs. S.H. Lincoln, who attended her that
fearful night. "All thought she must
soon die from pneumonia, but she beg
aed for Dr. King's New Discovery,
sajing it had more than once saved her
life, and had cured her of Consump
tion. After three small doses she
slept easily all tiightnu its further use
completely cured her." This marVel
ous medicine is guaranteed to euro all
Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases.
Only 50c and Si 00 Trinl bottle free at
Perry fc Thomas' drug store. 1
It is not generally .known that the
Soldiers' Home at Washington for vet
erans of the" Tegular army jind navy
was established with money obtained
from Mexico after the war with that
country. Twelve and a half cents is
leducted" every month from the pay of
jvery regular in the -army and navy for
''One Minute Cough Cure is the best
remedy 1 ever used for coughs .and
colds. It is-uneqtialled for whooping
cough Children all liko it." writes 11.
Williams. Uentn-ville, Ini. Nevor
falls. It is tho only harmless remedy
that gives immediate results. Cures
coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup, pneu
monia, bronchitis anu all tin oat and
lung troubles. Its earlv use prevents
consumption. Perry & Thomas.
A Florida man has just succeeded in
hatching nn ostrich egg in an incuba
tor. Til is is the 11 ret successful effort
of the kind In this country,! hough it has
often been tried in California. It took
43 days for the bird, to come through.
Now lot the Florida man try billiard
PUTNAM . FADELESS
DYES produce thefastestand
brightest colors ot any known
dye stuff. Sold by C. L. Sear
cy, Waco, Ky.: Thomas & Ad
ams, Panola, Ky. dec6-lm
One of the English correspondents in
Francalias heard it said.that. 20.000 of
the best families in France are divided
over the Dreyfus affair as bitterly and
completely as only a legacy of no mat
ter how few pounds, .or a religious dis
pute can divide blood relations.
Mlsa-Aunio E. Gunning, Tyre. Mich.
says, "I suliured ft long tune with
dyspepsia; lost flesh and became very
weak, llodol Dyspepsia Cure com
pletely, cured ine." It digests what
you eat anu cures an iorms ol eromuch
trouble, it neyer lane to giveimmedi
ate relief in the Worse cases. Pjirry &
Basil I., of Russia, had no nose, bar.
ing lost that valuablo member by a
sword cut during a fight with tho Tar
tars. He had an artificial nof of wax,
iaeteneu on witn cement. on ono- oc
casion, during rv cour ceremonlal.Miia
nose' -dropped off, to the terror of tb
Geraian ambassador and his .suite.
JrVHte Murdock Cure-Co.-, Atlanta,
Ga., enclosing 2c &iaKip for free sample
of Murdock Catarrh Cure or Hyter's
Dyspepsia Tablets. They propeee' to
eure-every case of Ca-terfli or Pyspepeia
Of the (10,000 population of Palestine,
43,000 are Hebrews, 0,000 are ChrtrtiaiH
and 8,000 are Kohm hi who, V
tfcqojgh u4jinriMy in lh BiiaoWy,
are iu aittbofity,
HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA SOUTH
The Southern Railway baa arranged
rates of fare and one third for the
round trip for the Christmas and New
Year Holidays. Tickets will bo 6old
by all agents Decomber 22, 23, 24 and
23, also December HI, and January 1st,
with return limit January 4, 1000.
For Schools and Colleges Holiday
rates will be effective Decomber lo.to
21, inclueivo.final limit January 4,1900.
The special arrangement for Btudents is
effective upon certificates from the
principals of schools and colleges.
For further information, rates, .etc.,
apply to nearest agent of the Southern
Railway or connecting lines.
W. A. Turk, Gen. Pass. AgU,
Washington D. C.
Wir. H. Taylok, Asst. Geu. Pass.
Agt., Louisville, Ky.
Ten thousand rifles, three field guns
and a large quantity of ammunition
secreted by Cubans in the district of
Holgnin, having been discovered and
taken possession of by the Americans,
It takes but a minute to overcome
tickling in the throat and to stop a
cough bv the use of One Minute Cough
Cure. This remedy qnickly cures all
forms ot throat and lung troubles.
Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre-
ents consumption A famous specific
for grippe and its niter euects Terry &
The most curious place in the world
is Albambra, in Spain., It was, origin
ally a fortress, so great in extend as to
be capable of holding 40,000 men. It-
was begun in 148 and Hot iinislieil-until
Ladies For relief of wqmen', Ciipt
tor Tansy XabIets,.woxili,, their Mej&ht
in goldj- -A'safe and certain -monthly
regulator. $1 a box .
-MCEDOCK. CubCo ,
nov201y Atlanta, Gn
Tho ELWiltest railroad tram manages
to go from Algiers ta Biskra, a dii
tan'ce of 400iniles, in SO hours.
Senator Jones, chairman of the Demt
erotic National Committee, has called
meeting of the committee to.be held
in Washington Febrnary-22 next, to fix
upon a time and place for holding tLe
Democratic National Convention.
if tho Sack?
Then probably tho kidneys,
in iho Chest?
Then probably tho lungs.
n tho Joints?
Then probably rheumatism. J
No matter where it is; nor what
kind; you need have itno longer.
It may be an hour, a day, or a
year old? it must yield to
Immediately af terapptyisg it yea
fi, its eoothlny, vtarig, steeegth
esing power. - '
It quiets coageftUos; draws. ot
It is. a new piaster.
A ttx combiaatioB of. mw
remedjoB-. Xado after : sew
Betbpas. Erilirely Balike' asy
Tne.Trieaphof Mwtb Ifedical
. ScIemJe. . I ' ' , '
. . tho-Perfectad Prodactof jairi 6
TatleriiTbll. . ,
, PUcad orer"to tbCvPir
powerful aid 'tb' Aert CUmyPei'
to rat in toa tretUBMt orni twoac
-and Hot affectiOBgV
Placed oTer Ue stowaci. it aims
c&asea' and VdnHtlMrr ersr the
bre-T, It coatrMM crsmpa aad eeMe.
riaced over Uwt mil of I kadc,
JU rtoiovwi'ali ttwwtiM freor tin
sMae;8 "Md gnatijf Mraagitoa
Tte LfdlRg Specialists of America
20 YEARS IN OHIO.
WE CURE EMISSIONS
Nothing win ba moro deraoraliiiD? to
I younj; or middlu-sral men than tho jrre-
i once or. ineso Tiigniiy jos s??." 'i ccy
of dUgastaniln whole train of fymptoin?.
They unfit a nan for basines. married
uta in tociu nappines. Sio matter
whether caused by eril habits in youth,
natural weaknewor sexual-cxcesem, onr
New Method Treatment will positively
NO CURE-NO PAY
Header. Tmi need hcln. Earlv nhnso or
later ezcetrej may hare weakened Ton.
I KipofurC may havo diteaaed you. xon
I aro not safe till cured. Our'New Method
win care yoa. x ou run no run.
Vooncr 3Ian Ynn nm rjili.. folilA i
ana nagzara; nervous, lrntanie ana ex
citable. Yo-t become forgetful, inorono,
and despondent; blotches and pimples,
punken eyes, wrinkled face, stooping
form nnd downcast countenance reveal
toe might of your existence.
! WE CURE VARICOCELE
Xo matter how rcrioilii TOnr case rrrnv
ye. orho w lone yoa may hare had it, onr
NHW METilOU 'XHEATMKNT will
cure it. Tbo "wormy Teins" return to
their normal condition and hence the
sexual organs receive proper nourish
ment. The organs becomo vitalized, all
nnnaturai drams or losres cease and
inanlv rwcra retnrn. No temnorarv
bonefil. out a permanent cure assured.
NO CL'HK. NO PAY. NO OPKllA.
TlOX NECLSSAIIY. NO DETEN
TION rliOJl LCSINESS.
Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS. I
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STiUCTUKK. VAHIUOCELE. SEMI-I
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FltEK. HOOKS FltEE. ClIAROFS
JJOOEUATE. I f unahle to call, write I
for a OlMsTlU ULANK. for HOME
122 W. FOURTH ST.,
ing daily our
new line of Art
ing, and Fram
in an tne new-
designs in endless varieties,
such as Mouldincrs, Mat
Boards, (40 different colors
and finishes), Metal Corners,
etc., that we make
up m any
style tnat you
framed. In ready made
frames we carry the lai-ffest
and best assorted line that -we
have ever heretofore carried,
an at low prices, we are
simply the only people in this
city correctly fixed for the
Picture Framing business,
when you call and inspect our
it i i
stocic you will certainly jfive
us credit with not over-stat-
mp- tue iaets. vve nave ini
stock Special Picture Glass.
Jm forffet that we also
make to order Win
dow Shades. (We ear:
in stock a large line of
cheap and medium, quality
in many shades of colors,
lengths and -widths.)
Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Picture Frames, Paints, Oils
and Glass. Stock the Largest
Prices the Lowest.
209 ff. HA1S STREET.
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' Free Reclining , Chaff Cars XenlAville to
Make our values
you will find
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Is our aim,
mm rTnr aff-rrt.himflri
kept in a first-class Purni-1
ture Store, vou will find S
SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF & OLDHAM.
Day Phone 76.
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OF LfEXUNQTOrV, KY.
$W8,5SS.Z2 Paid in Living Benefits.
$ 80,819.16 RESERVE JLND SURFLRS.
PLM-Tiie- Reverse oi Liie kmm,
AVe pay tlieeamo profits to tho living that Insuranco Com
panies pay to tho estates of deceased.
' Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism.
Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For
particulars apply to
SECRETARY. LEXINGTON. KY.
MRS. A. T. BULLION, Local Agent, Richmond, Ky.
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outside, facing never burns off and is
all the. year round. For sale by
every day needs paj
the goods behind
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cYri OTraTrr hnrirrt lis
VM M M it
Is what you want in
preference to all
why you should get
it and no other: It
gives more heat and
uses less fuel. It is
built and like a hot
air furnace. It has .
a large radiatingsur- 71f
face, which circu- VSM
lates the air rapidly
and heats the rooms
evenly. It isa double
heater. No dirt
from ashes, as it is
carried away by the
patent asli flue. It
has perfect regula
tion and eas3T tb op
erate. The design
of the stove is per
fect. The blacking