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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r cC i k r i o A t 1 r SIflhiERICHMOND CLIMAX I r VOLUME 26ic RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899NUMBER 6 I It FVR1 FPP II FIIi P FIII MP FJ WIIA YL AL eAR ut LUIll ij f 1tIIf1jf-j t Ii Jrr JI HI C rI rLi ii ill Mens Stylish Upto= Date 71 ill Every onaworth the regularpiicc but we wantlj gs to sell them Here is what they will cost C at tlc reduced price The difference be J I1 tween the former price and the present i- sjii just what you save for every suit is worth N the original price a r IWeSeIlYou l S 400 w 475 Ii A 750 Suit for 625 fI AS1OOO Suit for 750 iLi 4 tj A 1250 Suit for J 950 a x 10 51500 SUIt for 1150 FJI I AS1800 Suit for 1350 t1S A 2000 Suit for V 1550 1L V N E3 Youths Suits Sizes 30 to 35 N S 450 Suit for 350 1 500 Suit for 400 tJ 600 Suit for450700 Suit for 575 N 1000 Suit for 750 Ii 1250 Suit for 950 ii 1500 Suit for 1150 opSyeaa5S 1IJ Inl r E ftJh Ia I i For Rent ++4 Choice of three good Q office rooms over Dour r las tjimmons hard 3 ware store Main St r Also very desirable t eightroom residence with modern conven c iencesGRIGGSBY MDNCEY Dr Louis H Landman No 53 Wet Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 reaming every aecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky feblBly ILLINm SHORT LINE TO New Orleans BestLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leave Ixral lUe every Thurada and runa through to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent for or write loR H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent KyFree Chair Can to Memphis and New Oilcan A II WM A KELLOND O A Chicago A n uuke ui flpALon1avIlleo Time of Trains Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 am Eastern for Lonisvllle ao all- 1Moreheadaad Lexington Accom S eo pro New York Limited KFV 4 60 pm EAST BOUND Lexington Morehead Accom 9 15 New York Limited PP Vcl1 M all and Mt Sterling Accoia 8 30 JIll Washington Express IIJi1 pn Accommodation trains ra dftily except SlID di Ic car sorrlce U NeYor information rUs r IssurrMfrrratton nil va or writ LcIAp t Jljr all or OEORSB W 1f1cD Ao ooyLitjuuZr I uI PROFESSIONAL ATroflTETs- K W MILLER ArroRNBTATLA1V RICHMOND KKSTCCK- Tnnice In the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly SULLIV ANJP ArT0RNEYATLAW- RIChMOND KENTUCKY OIll e over Taylors Hardware store posite Court House on Main Street II B HOGGATTOIiNEY AT LAW KiciiMONn KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 J 0 D M OHJ NAULTIATTORNEYS AT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nlts jroctlry PHYSICIANS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND fKWTUCKY Office in tbeJoe Cclint building 8 and Sec Street over W nile e old drugstore s7 CHAS HOOKERIIVETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty jMOffice up stairs store recently aeca pled by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond Ky pr7ly ff C JASPJ2RMD Medicine and nrery- Of1icePrther Building Main Street Telephone at reiilence the Carr place on RICHMOND KENTUCKY rr W iEVt NS1f DtU t i Tt t PnTBICIAN AND DRTJTAYLOK Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY jnOfflca and residence on Second Street DZNTLaUIT 1T 1 tIHtrTIBTor KT rfOftce aext door to Governmeat Bnlldicg aichraSod XyOfIce hours 9 to 111 to 4 aovl7ly jyt rw IrIUTH I I 1J Itp rfl iiui L jlA lo I5lFLV TO CLOSE OUT Our Stock of Spring and Clothing JVVe have decided to place the knife deep into every suit and odd pair ofpaiilg of this seasons stock Yfe dOll t want to curry a piece over These low prices offered should 1110e them t y 1 III1 Every Suit Every Prof Odd PsLJUts M lIlgf 1l11o A Bonn fide Sale No Fake An opportunity you do not often get V This is regular MoneySaver every one that purchases Good Qualities and Low PricesK IThese Goods will not equaled None will show you as large ase Please note prIces come and see the goods and you will be con N vinccd that every suit and every pair of pants is a BARGAIN Come all i They are yours while they last for the above price It JlrE2il o IItLI k JiIJJn0 lp S5 Irnrrv COVII GTOi ilrrcl I l INO WIIFI FRONT11I BNTRAU P 7 and For op so ond over I a DOWN WITH THE TRUSTSI The trusts are each becoming more anti more grasping and formidable The resistance to thorn is becoming feebler nnd feebler The Democratic State Convention in both terms placed the party in opposition to till trusts and monopolies In the Kentucky itt of Saturday is printed n picture of The Wire Factory Closed nt Crawfordsville Ind It WIIS till Init largo plant in the country to- go into the steel trust and it was com lplled to do so or close down This factory employed eighty men and the pay roll aggregated 1000 per week The business dono was it is st- atedrRITT1 aM ragHow is this- Perhaps sleepless nights it or or ness or perhaps it was care No matter what the cause you cannot wish to look old at thirty Gray hair is starved hair The hair bulbs have been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force I Allersllfl1U Vigor in the scalp gives more power to the nerves supplies miss ing elements to the hair bulbsUsed according to directions gray hair begins to show color in a few days Soon it has all the softness and richness of youth and the color of early life returns Would you like our book on the Hair We will gladly send k to you WN cl Ifymf do not obtain all the Ien OI expected from the Vior write the doctor about K Mernaybeableto- suue something toys Address Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mac 1 more than 100000 per annum The trust which swallowed up the Crawfordsville plant is composed the Atnoricun Steel and Wire Company the Federal Steel Company the National Steel Company the American Tin Ilate and Eastern Combines The factory has been closed the machinery beaten by sledge hammers into scrap iron the men thrown out of employment and many of them left destitute It is Boated that before the trust was otgaiiizdtwo years agouaili sold at S125 a ki g and barbed wire at 135 the hundred pounds The nails are now sold at 235 a keg and barbed wire at t2 45 the 100 pounds This Bell Manufacturing Company thf largest manufacturers of sewer plpfllu Ihe west located at Vimrimes Indiana have posted notices that the plant will closedown This will throw over SIX workmoc out of employment It is said that the company has joined the great aawer pipe trust Fifteen starch factories havo been closed by the Starch trust eight ol which ae in Indiana throwing 1461 men out of employment The President of the Commercial Travelers National Association itti mates that 35 000 commercial travelers havo been thrown out of work through the formation of trusts suit that 23001 others have had their salaries reduced It is mated in the Kentucky Post that siuco the Continental Tobacco Com pan has combined hundred of uiauufactur ing concerns have closed down About 121000 men have been thrutcu out of worK And so the woik at the trustsgoes on These are only painples of the way other trusts nre managed and are COil trolling the itidtiftries of the country Is it not time fur the people to rise In their strenuht suit dehtruy not only tht trusts but the party that ban fosterei and protected them slid without which they could not live Down with the trusts and down jvitl the party of trusts Kontnckian CitI zen IA Kiigiitful Uliiinlrr Will often cause a horiUde Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Jiuuklenci Aruic Salve the best in the world Will kit the pain and promptly heal it Cure Old Sorts Fever Sores Ulcers Bulls Felons Corns nil Skin Eruption Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 eta box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry T mas Drugiist CAMPAIGN FiJNO Tlio WorldHerald of Omaha hn a fund for the use of IhuD1n ocruta National Committee Th money It explains is by th committee in the educational pork J preparing1 for the great Irwsldentii campaign of 1900 This jplan iidopted is buseil on jiopnl Babscri tiwBH lle KepubllcMti wi vt14t l Qti 1 It w1lltnIre MyIGiI tMy ne- e C IC Summer IoflJ4AsLUTELy Makes the food more delicious and wholesome pend uH n the help of the millions This plan of raisim a iampalgn fund was devised and applied with notable Buuness by the World in 1812 It then denounced the system of seeking and receiving campaign contributions from rich men and corporations that expect ed to he tienedeiaries of success in Ih- eeleclionthl trusts the protected in terests the banks the railroads and other selfish seekers after privileges and bounties from the Government and the The World appealed directly to the voters interested in Democratic success upon principle and In order to secure jutta go d government The people T j ponded freely and the limes and doUr bOOn awoltod the fund to ncariv 4000 It was employed under direction of the National Committee in a strictly educational campaign in some of the closely contested western States and contributed potentially toward carrying two of them fur Cleveland This is the pruper move and every Democrat in the United fctatea should respond with his remittance no matter if it IB only one cent New York World vA Narrow lisrape- ThatJkful words written by Mrs Ala- I Hart of Groton S D Wits taken with a baa cold which KOttliMl on my lUIIB cough sot ill and finally termi nated in Coiisiiiiuitlon Four Doctors gave mo UII Baying I iould live but a short time I gave nijhelf up tu im Savior determined if I cnuld not stav with my friends on euitn I wiuld meet myabsent ones above My husband wS s advised to get Df King Now Dw covery for Consumiitioii Cuughi Colds eigIitbuttliaII saved and now a well and healthy wo Duillrrial bottles free at Percy HUrl flize5cIIS POTENT FACTS WHICH PROVES THAT THE TRUSTS MUST BE A POLITICAL ISSUE S e AttornevOenural GrJCljin hinlti If terestlbg intorvi w ill tIe Vorlii tx ii Dressed decided conviction that t tli- ptrnt iesnc is not u political oiw rWeI1nk Mr XJt UT will hnil liin ileIrItJletM1um iTtohl ito tM pyptst U 0 IJI BAKING POWDER power will nut he dented They are ten times more nutnerons stud H hundred times more poworful in controll lug production and fixing price than they wete when Mr McKinley war iflauguratelSNeither will it be disputed that the trusts have uniformly increased prices siltI diminished greatly the of men employed in the industries which they control Nor ran there be successful tfenial of the truth obvious to all and cpufesfed by Mr Huvenieyurt lint the mother of tiustsis this customs tariff bill Nine tenth ol nil the UUSIK in this country are in articles protected against foreign competition by the highest tariff in the world averaging 50 per cent that this protection is no longer nettled for legitimate purposes intur principal industries is deiuotiHtaled by this rapid increase of our export trade in iimntifuctures That duties intend ed to give null Hctttally creating a mon opoly jf the home market offer a direct premium upon combinations tii reap the advantages of tlttis monopoly Is a selfovidetit truth All this affords the basis for as clean cut a i liticul isaim as this country has ever t eett The oppretsive trusts are the trait of the Hepnlilican tarin The Democratic party is opposed to high duties and to tnonoplira fostered by them The Uepnblicau Adinlnifetra tion has dune notliiiii to enforce the law Kgdinst these concpirocies ill re straint of trade It made a trust law yer Attnrner General The IVmocratfi will iioiuiimtmi ciitulMato for Presiileul pledged to till abolition of trustbreed log duties and to the election of an AttorneyGeneral who is the enemy ol trusts iiiBltal of their apologist aud du fttnler Toe JHU6 itlalrla1v fix d It in too late for the Republicans to eyailtt it New York Wiild HORSE SHOW FAIR AND CARNIVAL INGTON KY AUGUST 812j1 W Low rats via the fc Crescfcn IlfUto front nil points in IvenutcUj daily Augusts to ltlt good to mint the 14th Greatest allow Lexington Ittvor had Dont fail to htteiul Ample room fur fzcuifipuists Said aw t xp irieicetl church Officer Tim grumbling and rage over the hea jnrjhurch largely suiting from urIfRIt hti All iv luStier f fitft tll isarpli JJrt Iot brlf tr i i4ittuti tar jlluclIoIII teuI fr f Here You Are For IiJ J I H Jitl i A Very tiM of Sim Prices 8100 Pair Pants for 75 E- 150 Pair Pants for 5 200 Pair Pants for 150 El 250 Pair Pants for 185 3 00 Pair Pants for 225 350 Pair Pants for 265 400 Pair Pants for 315 j 500 Pair Pants d600 Pair Pants for 475 6- El I it J f i- II 150 Suits 200 Suits for 150 pE 250 Suits for 175 sftL 300 Suits for 225 N 350 Suits for 250 i3400 Suits for 500 Suits for 600 Suits for 450 IrtiliiJI j EJ1 A of the in L1i wp2apptp I Louisville HANSON CARDS Broadway zt zJT he started needed people number Queen Ecnttcky Fair Dates The following are the dales for hold Sing thin Kentucky fairs this year so far a npoitei Richmond Aug 123 and 4ih Lexington August 85 days IltMonville August 86 days Mutliisoiu file August 94 days Ijiwrrnrebiin August 54 days Lebanon A iiiiUbt 154 days Columbia Angn t 224 days AlfXaiulria August 225 days Ioiiihville Colored FairAugUit 22 days jiriiiantown August 23 days Brondhend August 23i days Shelhyville August 233 days Springfield August 233 days Ilardstown August 95days LaGrange August 303 days Florence August 303 days Klizahethtown September 54 days Howling 34ulays Glasgow September 204 lays UuUiiif September 2i4 days Hot KB Cave September i74 days Oxvensboro 3 days Hun John It McLean says that if tho Democrats of Ohio give him the nomination fur Governor anelllill frk mlt ask him to take it he will ac cept ERUNASViCTORY Dr S D O DEAn Sir I feel likenncww man M since using your Peruna- Your medicine has helped roe so much that I can work and never feel tired out WheriTfirstbcgan to use t your medicine I couldnt sweep myoven room run the sewing machine op lIftS anything not flven a chair Iteven hurt mo to ride or walk any distance Now lean do all tjils and I believe more and never feel the effects of it I feel so proud of th way It has brought me out that I tell at tar and near I tan heartily rcconjmend your medicine to any woman iteging from fc ualu dis case 1 fcnovr from experienco that your medicine will do just what you say It will i thank you Doctor n thousand times for your treatment I shall recommijnd your medicine wher ever I go 11 iaa nod I knpif it wilj do the sarod lot others I feel that thhre are thousands lot other womcxi who rouldafter using your treatment as I lid be thankful 1 i so g1 trerftmeBf I This uoathi the firstUmo la my rue that I can rjmeraljcr of haring JB raenscs witftotit raiL Why cant do l anything ba escoemi Persm it Boldcn WilWrforee O Per it Medjclne Co Colum wil aa1L Dr JJarlHimis pcccta VwMiii frMOI appllCVttkJlt q hnj Hoe Icc y NfS E3 i IrnIi ii 2 m1 Urge Popular Way 120S i v Boys Knee Pant Suits is V jfor100 300S350IVS H Full Line Sizes Bring Boys I E3t 11ij 213 WEST MAIN STREET IBJ dailythrough SuitoE- oNRICHMONDENTUCKY Greou5eptember Iltaowwhntithaadonefoi ligotyonr 11XIS8E IIt III I for375 i I fi LiI NERVOIJSWEAK DISEASED MEN mo CURENO PAYTI- IENEW1ETIIODTPIAT31ENT fe original with IJrs K k K wilt wilively caro forever form of Jlool or Sexual lIiseo It li the rl1ulC ot t fA years experience In tlio treatment of jT these ducues iWE CURE SYPHILIS H This terriblo mood 1oljon tho terror ot mankind fields readily to our aW TRliATilKMV Bewate of ilrreurr Iheyinayrnlnrouctyttiilif pains in tho ointa r ro throat hair trir eyebrows flLlhnnulIimllclor bloIeric- tomacl1 dersngtnenL iro cyci bud f couuaty te of thU Illoot1oion Wo folicit the J mot obttinato mwrnml chilleiiBO tho j w world for a euro wo ncceit fr trmlmfnt 1 nod cannot cure Hr our trmtmenttn I ulcers halth lair irroin 811ln1lialnjj j healthy zuar agolsloitiiOnfld late CURES GUARANTEED Thnnrenisof young ml jnislIicgci- nan luio iheirvigr lIally PstPet- by eirly AlIlIlOI later eicctrer mental wurt tie No mutter the cniife our New iletho1 Treatment lathe ixf ue WE CURE IMPOTENCY Anilrclnrnrll Iula ti a normil cnnili tiuu Ainliituxi lifo nul rnminr are nvi f newc1 nnd oie fcvIi liiuirelt II mart amOhlf men Every euro Ii tteatttindi- vkiu5llyno pnn II bcncn our wimilrr ful Ko matter what ailS jon t ieiinsult u cnufiilrntnllr Wo can fur nl h bank Imnln to guarantee to aocoia ilih whatwu clam t 250000 CURED j S Wo treat rOll run EJIIS30 IVAltlCOCKLK fY ttIILi JLKKT IMlIrE DIStHAHj Jt KlTNHYend ilL DOJatlJfO- JltiITA1 10 lltE DOORS FREE If nnnliln to call writ fry UESrTUN VLJiSK fur lIOilE TREATilEXTx res- KENNEDYS W KERGAH K 22 W Fourth St CINCINNATI O 8 PREPAID For tilsttylc- aew arm ewin all attachuijh inenttf war isi ate4 13CJIU If tii ncJlte t jIWHA M IKcncy yIutodays re Send caila worier Dc 1zi4iqu circnLir Lion eaLun unplic YMu4i cCli- 4eIoU1i1MAYs LQuVittwY C1I22 B Limb r FoilSale ttiavc atmjr wlH ueenrWao ajwat thii tIUa4VCd th4kIe5isG lleehI4 II ta eU S Id iii J v1rt c aI1Paper HPFJ clarkI 4In all the new rich colorings jouinI designsSNea Dte 1aeXas i j On up in price to the lino Papers No use to waste valuable time looking at small sample books of old stylo pappro We have n nnmbor of Paper 11c So +++ + ++++ ++++ ++ +4+ + than those who cut up 4 e destroy your paper j New 5c It lrcsscdryonIl jobSexperienced HangersS Cte More IodlanllI WindowShades Mounted on5 Spring Bothers fixtures complete ready to hung froth lOe on up In price B M1ILI1 1111 STREE- TUZOIIMOND KY Wall Paper Window Sliacei Paints Oils Glass etc stock the largett prices alwas- thelowt Ptronize Home Im urancel tusureyourdweIllng barns and all other property tn the Blue OOtIs Inuranee tnIP- nv Lexington Ky a homo InUtulion Gives pruteetion acalnst Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most company for the reople of our COtluty now operating In the SlAte and IIltI cheaper ever year aslong tis yonconUnuc In the comptn7 For further Information call ou tbei agent and collector 8 It U BLACKS ltorneyat Law Itichniond Ky office on Slain StreSt- oppoMteCOnrt blouse neat door to State flankSTrust Co etcond floor J U CABTEI1 Pres nuUlY C O BOSWORTII SecySma L asr =tr IJr h eS1 r LDPPINC01Tt f1- ONTH I Yl66GAZrN f J Contata complce novel lit CVrr ru brIIInf lIII tQ a Enrrt qua Isty kanti cnteaa1nthf rodtilig 1UA1tefc lltrttItUpIrtorliq iftnteat-M4asar fe et resteaa hOU5JOlI St i4e5t waetet In esry torn tto1o t JIMrM a 111 la11 1 r Tw wn ru c IIji 0 j The Richmond Climax I J CH8NAULT I PropHetoaaaaEOtBr tCB WOODS Aisoclate Editor t WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 j i rUBUSUKlJ JCVEKV WJtDNKSUAT liT The Climax Printing Co RICK PER YEAR 150 urTICIETtFOR UKlKESKNTATIVK nON W W COMBS f MADISON COUNTY c ANNOUNCEMENT ron siiBniFF- Wearo authorized to announce P B BROAD DU8 a candidate for RberiU 6f MadUon county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB CHIEF OF POLICE We arc authorized to announce EVERETT 11GIIKY for Chief of Police for the City of Itlchmond subject to the action of the Demo cratic party STKANCJEB pause but shed no tear McKinleys remaiiiR are burled here Mingled In most appropriate manner With Russell Alger and Marcus Hanna lion A G Caruth at Tammany Banquet jt THE Republican State Convention will nssembe in Lexington today and Hogjaw Taylor will be nominated for Governor t TilE Louisville Free Press edited by Col Walter Forrester a hightoned and brainy Republican says emphati cally thatthe man who meets Goebel must bo a man of ability as a debater and who is game for Goebel will try to Ten his opponents off the stump Goo t hers personal titnees for the office will have to bo discussed and it is GoebelV intention to make this a personal mat ter ThenweU it will have to be a personal matter and the man who is to meet Goobel has got to stay with him But tho Republican nominee for Coy ernor who allows Goebel to bluff him way as well quit before he starts UNDER the management of the three Democratic Commissioners elected at tho last legislative session 9n accord anco with the provisions of tho prison reform law to take charge of the State t penitentiaries those institutions which t have cost the State thousands of dol lars to maintain have been made self sustaining for the first time This fact is shown in the report of the commis tionors for tho month of May just made public It shows the excess of receipts over expenditures at the two prisons for the month just closed to be nearly a thousand dollars and makes a comparison with the same month in- 1803 when under the control of the Sinking Fund Commission of the pres ent Republican State Administration the deficit was over four thousand dol lars at one prison nlono This noxt time catfishmouth Taylor tries to malfo otherwise quote this on him and charge it up to the CLIMAX which gets its figures from the May report TUB Louisville Dispatch editorially very sensibly declares that in view of the fact that the federal officeholders nnd other minions ot time McKinley ad ministration set out to make Attorney General Taylor the Republican nomi nee a faction representing a large ele ment of the Republican party in Louis yule will bu tluuied admittance to the convention Thes Republicans and a great mushy others throughout the state nays time Dispacth will refuse to supI port the ticket to be headed by Taylor and it will bo a difficult matter for the ReHiblirans with their machinemade ticket to secure the votes of those Dem ocrats who aro in revolt against the Goubul machine As between the two machines a Democrat can hardly be ex j pected to choose the Republican ma t chine The CLIMAX calls the attention ofI anti Goobolmachlne Democrats to the t paragraph above from the DisE tIpatuhmVThe watermelon crop in Kentucky iW promises to be tho largest in the Stats I history J f C1hBroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY tt Think 1f11 Vacation The very word is full rf VIleasatst anticipation In fancy we Iio over again the dear days ot the past hreezesIEiiight sunshine moonlight and rest come crowding across our mind eOTe VOO Take an lirttir or Ssooffand ppond it with uszitVWI I 9urtrip eaTes i aS8tl t Our desire to reduco stock mitidliInmo surprising reductions hero Bro ItV best su 1HIII1 ho great sub of the stock cannot It in a few crowd Imewspnpetliuportanco to YOU Come and see the values J iT ol CFBroerCo11 fn MAL AND BROADWAY Lzpwr9ft- y itt 1 i IA CONFERENCE of Kentucky writers was held at Nlcholasyille Juae 2324 A temporary president SCra Josephine K Henry of Versailles and secretary L L Wilhoit were led A com mittee to draft a constitution and by laws was appointed The next meeting will be held in October at some acces sible point in central Kentucky WIIETIIEII it la to be consistent or simply backing down in its opposition to Goebel the Louisville Dispatch is certainly more tolerant of ioebel than a week ago J35stcu to this Thousands of Democrats want an opportunity to expiess their condemna of the force anti fraud of the late po lice convention but thbY will not turn away from the Goebel machine to support Taylor and his tick- etPIERSONAL Miss Florence Myers has returned to S UtnfortIIMra G G Prewitt attended Chau lauqua Mrs RTurley is at homo from Jes samine Mr Thos Pickels spent Tuesday in Lexington Miss Pattie Stevensonis visiting In LexingtonVMiss Mary Gentry is visiting rela tive in Eatill county Hon Grant E Lilly and family are- at Lome from Irvine Mrs J Lewis Booker has recovered from a protracted illness Mr and Mrs E V Elder are at home after a pleasant visit to Arkansas Misses Linda and Mildred Gormley are guests of relatives in Lexington Rev Jasper K Smith and fatally left on Monday for a vacation In Georgia Miss Bessie Miller is visiting her sister Mrs Jas S Winn at Winchester a Attorney an J Mrs Hugh Riddell of Irviny visited tiers Friday and Satur day Miss Dovey Burton of Lawrence burg is the guest of Mr and Mrs J B Willis Mrs L C Hanna and children of Cleveland are visiting the Misses Walker Miss Ross May Moberley is visiting Miss Mary Mathews at Hotel Ventura AshlandMiss Miller of Camden Ark is visiting Miss Fannie Wallace at Pint Lick Miss Mattie B Ferrell Is the attractive guest of Miss Maude Haggard at Winchester Dr L II Landman will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Kyon Wed nesday July 12 Miss Nora Ellen Azbill will entertain some friends at her home at Kingston thisevening Mrs Samuel Bennett returned last Wednesday to Frankfort after a brief visit to relatives Mr and Mrs John Feeny Jr and son of laris aro the guests of their parents this week Miss Eva Roberts returned home Saturday from Lexington where she attended the Chautauqua Miss Mary B Logan has returned from a visit to friends in Richmond and- VersaihlesShelby Sentinel Roy Mr Timberlake former pastor of the Baptist church this city has ac cepted a call to Nicliolasville Mr and Mrs Coleman Neff who have been visiting relatives in Lexington returned home last Wednesday Rev J Robert Boatman stopped over here on Thursday night en route from lhautauqua to Iris home at Pineville Mrs Ella Farley and son Master John William left on Monday for Hark county to visit Dr S W Willis Mrs Jason Walker has for a guest tier sister Miss Jennie Baldwin an ac ompllshed muslcianof Council Buffs owaMrs J C Chenault and son Joe lrewitt and Mrs Anderson Chenanlt eft Thursday to visit relatives in Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs John J Hagan were ere from Corbin yesterday the guests of Druggist J H Hagan Livingston Colonel Mr and Mrs Dan S Harber and Mr and Mrs Elias Evans of White Hall are planning an outing at Witt Spring in Estlll Mrs Emma W Wycoff and Mrs YoK Webb of Louisville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb at Red House Miss Johnie B Richardson and Miss Mary Stough two Lexingtion beauties arrived last Wednesday for several weeks visit to Miss Lizzie Feeny Miss Sue Hume and Miss Taylor who have been visiting Miss Florence Winn hayo gone to Richmond to visit relatives Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs J T Jones and Miss Agnes Grubbs of Lexington have roo turned home after a weeks pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs W Stuart Jones Mrs Harriet B Campbell left yes terday for Shelby ville where she will meet her daughter Miss Mary Camp bell and will spend several weeks with relatives and friends Miss Susan Hume of Richmond who was a member of Miss Mary Gate woods house party left for homo Tues day The other young ladles will re main several days longer Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs R Lee Davis are at KentuckyPressexcursion this year is to Petoskey Michigan whither Mr and Mrs Davis will also go Miss Jennie May Craig of Rich mond left for home today en route from Owensboro after visiting her brothers Messrs John and Oliver Craig and the Misses RehmDanyille AdvocateIMr John H Chandler Is back from Cauipbellsville to remain here until August 15 when he will move to Lou isvilleand from a law practice with Mr Van Norman with office on 5th opposite the court house Prof J R Riggs visited friends here last week on route for his homo near Cincinnati Ho made friends and gave univemlsatisfaction during mpbe1JsiUeLebAnon Mr David Rowland Freeman is at home from French Lick And West Baden Springe He is in good health lI1dthirksordering a jug of Pluto the black demon that guftbea from tho earth there and cures all aliments Misa Leila Harris of Richmond is the guest of Miea Mattie Grigjp She is tho daughter of Prpf Jesse Harris formerly of thIcostntybut who for year lisa Lcwrotb fef JMadMOfi cottatyi must roBitek MMtofWtoHfefr Ult DtM PkVIfl 4tiLtW- lr rco r =lII Par sOw Secretary of the Louisville Jockey Club has returned from Denver where iWofflciftted as presiding Judge during the Overland Racing Associa iOn meeting He gave splendid sati- sactionBourbonf NewsbDrC II Vaught who was called From the Louisville convention to the bedside of sick fife and child who were visiting relatives in Trenton Ky returned to Richmond yesterday Dr Vaught reports that his wife and child bavo about recovered Misses Elizabeth Feenv and Bessie and Snub Baughman who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs John Fee Jy on Seventh street have returned home accompanied by Mrs Feeny and son who will mimics a short visit in Rich mond Bourbon News A tired littlo Stanford tot who was accustomed to end his prayer of Now I lay me down to sleep with Hess papa boss mamma c couldnt hold his eyes open any longer the other night so closed with and less danpa and all dose kind er thlngsStan ford Journal Miss Mary Goer who hasbcen visit- Ing in Richmond returned yesterday Hustonville is so filled with clever people it is hard to tell which is the cleverest but if George D Weather ford is not entitled to the distinction we are mistaken We are more than ever indebted to him for courtesies Stanford Journal- A C Campbell attended Richmond court MondayGeorge White and wife of Richmond visited here Sunday Steve Vaughn of Estill county is visiting relatives here Mrs Joe Myers of Richmond is visiting in Ford this week Mrs Malcolm Maupin visited friends in Richmond the past weekFord cor Winchester DemocratVMr Hugh B Rowland will leave Monday week for St Louis to try his fortune in the Great West He takes with him the best wishes of numerous friends who are confident that he will succeed in his ambitions Danville Advocate Mr Hugh Rowland was taken foj Quincy Ward by latters friends when Mr Rowland visited the late Steve White a year or so ago H S Newton and wife returned last Friday evening from their bridal trip and are at Mr WD Becks They with J R Beck and wife were enter tained royally by Mr and Mrs Paschal Hicks who live in fine style In Rich mond Va and also had a delightful time at Old Point Comfort Norfolk and Washington City They secured some relies from the Spanish warship Reina Mercedes which are on exhibition at this ofllce Owenton Herald Hon Goo W Wilson Commissioner of Internal Revenue nnd wife of Washington D C Mr and Mrs B J Clay of Richmond and Mr V E Shwab of NashvllleTenn were guests of Col and Mrs W J Wilmore Wed nesday The party left for Danville Tuesday where they will be enter tamed by Hon John WYerkes re turning to Nicholasvillo tomorrow evening when they will be the guests of Dr and Mrs W II Fish Jessamine Journal Dr M C Heath is back from a visit to his daughter Mrs Florence Heath Severance at Hendersonville N C and reports her in better health than her friends here have been led to believe by outside rumors Mrs Sever ance is ableto ride out and to see friends at her home Dr Heath met at Hendcrsonvillo Mr and Mrs Patillo H McGowan and son of Spartanburj SO all in good health Mrs Mc Gowan was formerly Miss Mattie White Miller of this city After a brief but pleasant visit to relatives here Mr Octo Nash Ogden Watts has returned to Alexandria La Mr Watts was with Hoods Immunes in Cuba but was nut proof against disease on the Island but managed to escape with life and honor He is a well remembered student of Centra University 83 86 and was the winner of the first Intersociety Declamatory Centest in 85 His father the gallant and gifted Major Geo O Watts is a brother of Mr W W Watts of this city and we hope to see either the father or his son in Congress before long At Louisville convention one of the interesting box occupants was little Jesse Williams Frazer aged seven years of Cynthiana who is grand DunlapThisjust before his mother died her only offspring was given her name of Jesse Williams she being a gianddauehter of exState Senator John Williams of Cynthiana and n noted beautr There was a contest as to which of his grandmothers should rear the orphan and ho fell to his grandma Fraziernee Dun lap Recently another contest ending in a suit tried to transfer him to his stepmother but the grandmother won the suit His stepmother is daughter of late Colonel Laban Bradford noted asLegislator State Fair President etc this grandmother nee Wright was of ML Sterling Paris Kentuc- kianRILIOIOUS Rev T S Hubert will conduct the union services at the Baptist church next SundaeeninjZ Thera will be special services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night Rev Chas A Logan C U93 will be ordained and installed as pastor of the church Jackson Hustler Ilev Mr Faulkner a young Presby terian evangelist conducted the union services at the Christian church on Sunday night His sermon was a fine production and was the subject ot unanimous kindly comment Mr Faulkner is an orator of ability is ear nest and consecrated and we shall be pleased to have hint here often Rev E H Burnam filled tile pulpit of the Baptist Church on Sunday morning and attracted an audience of friends who are always glad to have this Godly man in their midst Mr Burnam is located at Luray Va but usually spends his vacations with his cityThovarsity and will ono day be President of that great InstitutionS- rEWAnTTULEEYPMrS MARRIED Martha Tit lery and Mr J W Stewart of Powell county were roarriedon Millers Creek by the Rev Clemmons on last Wednesday July 5 Mrs Stewart was form erly of Rlchmoad and her friends wish her much happiwB t DAThSV suirorIogJihdied at the IIDHJO of lse fth f Kr W H Rice Rice StatMtti TneMhiy iMfet i1t sihttVfj tiJxMt JIt it 1IJ iiw w tt1i bN 1 LOCALV rFor tent Tim store house now occupied by- rs L P Todd on Main street will rented for remainder of this year possession given July 1st J E GBEENLEAK Assignee mySltf- Henry Koeiiler Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky vito correspondence with Mill loon buyPiJplarDry or Green Write them apmflin APiaeetogoV For luscious bananas ripe apples cold ice creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars tro to A DInelle next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night aprl95m Killed 66 Snakes at one Blow WM Turpin of Waco is a relative of County Judge Turnln and his word- si as good as his bond he never sees enakes either in the spirituous vinous sense Therefore we ask you to believe him when he says that at one stroke of a club he killed 6G garter snakes on the farm of Jesse Cobb on Muddy Creek last Wednesday A Candidate Serenades Madison TheVLondon Cornet Band stopped here enrollEe to Lexington to the convention yesterday With only 12 pieces the music was firstclass If Air Ramseys chances are as good as the music he furnishes he is all right and we guarantee 27 votes from Madison for the next Republican nominee for At torneyGeneral Grocery Closed The grocery of JT Beasley next to Richmond National Dank was closed by the Sheriff on Monday Failure to meet drafts in bank and hard times supposed to have been the cause Mr Beasley is from Bourbon county and bought the stock of Gus Margolen the latter having been closed up It is re ported that Beasley left hero several days ago but left sulHcient goods to pay him out A Time For all Things Mr S Neville Moberley proprietor of the great Furniture Emporium bearing his name has done so well this year that he dislikes even to cause one discord in the harmony of good times at his store But he has some ontstand ine accounts that he would greatly be pleased to collect and asks us to remind his patrons that the 1st of July settling time is a thing of the recent past You knpw the rest Squire Millions Unusual Record Mr S V Rowland tells of an extraordinary experience of Iris old friend Squire Green B Million of Madison The Squire has been a magistrate under the last three constitutions of Kentucky something which probably no other man in the State can boast of Mr Million while on the other side of eighty is still halo and hearty and yet a most useful citizen as well as a splen did gentleman of the old schoolDan ville Advocate Big Bunch of Fine Caltfe Shipped From Lancaster The finest bunch of export cattle shipped from Lancaster in years left there Thursday morning They num bered 193 and averaged 1600 pounds The cattle were raised and sold by W R Beazley Bro to J B Embry representing Nelson Morris Co of Chicago The price paid was 5 cents per pound They will be shipped to New York and thence exported to England Time bunch will bringover S15000 Gov Stones Dander Up Former Governor William J Stone of Missouri who was reared in this county and has many relatives prominent in Madison was prevented by lilaelaw partner Mr G K Hoss from ings reporter of a St Louis paper last week The reporter was interviewing the exGovernor about the receiverships of the Mnllanphy Bank too much to suit tho exKentuckians taste whereupon he made a pass at the quillahover with a knife and pursued him out qf the building Tire reporters has sued Governor Stone for Busted the Bucket Shoo W J ODell a wellknown poolroom and bucket shop operator of Cin cinnati was arrested at Lexington Saturday says the Paris lent ckran on a warrant sworn out by Common wealths Attorney John R Allen charging nuisance ODell who is a propprt bolder went before a magistrate and gave bond in the sum of 1000 for Iris appearance at the Sep tember term of court ODell has found Lexington hard place Speciulators broke his bucket shop kept up at a loss of about 10000 He then opened n pool room and bucket siiopwlthPhllCbinnatltsheadwhich was closed a few days since on a race at Latonia when 6000 was called for by local backers of a local horse and now tho Commonwealths office are trying to close him up Fortune in the shape of smallpox favored him causing a post ponement of one term of court which is the only offset against his continued bad luck there Central University Wins ihe Chautauqua The Chautauqua Oratorical Contest laSt week was won by Central Univer sitys representative Conner of Har- rIson county The following tells the storr FirsWR M Allen of the State Col lege whose subject was At the Thresh hold Mr Allens usher was J M McDaniel SecondO P Barnhlil of Lagrango CollegeSubjectity Usher I D Best Third B H Conner of Canners ville the contestant from Central University Richmond Ky Subject Blot on the Escutcheon UsherQ C Addams Fourth Edward Tyler Harrison of Coppell Texas representing Georgetown College Subject America One and Undivided Usher G B Smed leyFifthRObert S Taylor of Winches CollegeSubjectUsher WrE Strode During the contest tho orators Bat toward the front of the platform with their respective ushers at their sides Dr Davidson controlled the audience with that wonderful power which few possess He announced at the beginning that only undergraduates were in tho contest as all who had ever been before experienced as speakers in anyway were not eligible There was eloquence Rood thought and grace showa by each speaker making it diffi 1Itf time judges to wake a choice The Judflw alter considermv the CMMB ot the Jlva speakers lora few MhrtttW awrde1 the representative Art OctttM UtitVMMy Ji H ConMst Milldttf- W M IIS4p4SI J = iI oJA Little Spark May MakfMacfi Work The Mile sparksof bd blood lurking in ihe system should be quenched tuilk Hoofs Sarsaparstta AmtrlcAs great Mood purifier H purifies vitalizes And enriches the blood of both sexes nd allages Cures scrofuU salt rheum dyspepsia catarrh dfoor SauuC For Sheriff Mr Pleas B Broadtns announces for Sheriff subject to tho action 01 the Democratic party In all public and private stations Mr Broaddus e rved his county with ability and satisfaction and judging the Inlure by tho past ho would made equally as efficient a Sheriff lIe is one of the best known men in Madison and will not need an introduction to anybody Practical Experiment in Sowing Wheat That people sow too much wheat to the nero Mr John Bright has always contended and now lie furnishes proof of the correctness of his theory He says Last fall I received from the State department of agriculture 100 pounds of Michigan Fultz seed wheat I sowed on one nero 00 pounds or 1 bushel of it anti onl3 acrea 40 pounds The result was I had 30 bushels from the acre sown CO pounds to the acre anti 32 bushels from the 3 acres sown 32 pounds to tho acre So we can rea sonably conclude that 45 pounds or three pecks per acre is snfilcient to produce a good crop Stanford Journal Robbed Hughes Bronston Burglars entered the residence oFMr Hughes Bronston last night add walked off with a 15 Kappa Alpha pin and 8i- n money two the Jatter belonging to Mr Al DeLong He was Mr Brpnstons truest for the evening Two dollars in silver had been removed from Mr De Longs clothing The Kappa Alpha pin contained nine small diamonds antI seven garnets The pin was made by Mr Fred I Henintz the jewler of this cityIn the same room from which the things were taken was a handsome and costly brooch with several diamonds in it belonging to Mr Bronstons wife but this was left untouched Mr Bran ston slept with a pistol under his pit low as he always docs but he says the burglars must have had on felt slippers or been pretty soft steppcrsJJxing lug Leader Business Men Much Interested Prof C Rucker Adams classes in physical culture are charmed with the exercise through which their instructor has put them and the probability is that a permanent association will be formed for the purpose of keeping Prof Adams in our midst If 30 names are secured and hall that number have signified their willingness to sign an S months course will be given with two lessons per week by the Professor Among those who are taking the les JudgoJohnProf J T Akers Capt J Speed Smith and Messrs J Tevis Cobb J A Sulli van T J Smith Tr H G MeEisvai e R E Turley John Hock George M Willging Sam Bales Raybnrn RuckCr five Adams brothers C E Woods all of whom are delighted with the improvement in their health and strength No apparatus is used but the lull use of every muscle is taught scientifically The fat mon decrease the thin men get fat as if by magic Ask any of the above and join the class at once Citizens Propose to Make Local Option Work blectionthe Democrat the Local Option people who believe that the law should do it professes that is prevent tjie ale of liquor will hold a meeting at the court house tonight to perfect an organization to see that the law is enforced The object is well expressed ri the call for the meeting which Is to ee that in this community at least tire law can and shall be enforced and tho h Sisand Clark county instead of being are g 7randof temperance and local option in other c ommunitieslcrat it will go far to make Local Option advocates of many of those who have heretofore voted for the licensed saloon as being preferable to the blind tiger In another item the Democrat which s not much inclined to local option s aysVThe police raided the joint near the depot Tuesday Charlie Hodgkin the negro in charge was tried before Judge Peudl ton Wednesday and was fined 2oO Ike Cary was arrested Wednesday night and will be tried to morrow If this thing is kept up wen shall probably be free from the erous beast Fourth of July Pigeon Shoot The Madison Gun Club celebrated tho Fourth by having three shoots two twenty bird matches unknown an glee one ten bird match known angles Tire scores are as follows FIUST MATCH 20 CDS Dr V Hf Hobson 15 DrHCJaspcr12V Harvey ClienanU JO S Neville MoberleyICI- t E Turley i y C S H ThorpM 7 T J Smith Jr C Mat Cohen j 5 Dr Jasper tied with Ctfvington and won secqnd place In the shoot off SECOND MATwI 20 III PM jDrIt E Tnrley 13 Dr HC Jasper li Harvey Chenault Jll T T Covlngton 3 S Neville lI01erleyt 8 Mat Cohen 8 Wailer Chenanlt u 7 SH Thorp v T J Smith Jr C W iCLetcher i 6 The above order Is as won jln the shoot off of the ties THIRD MATCH 10 rirnauowx AXOIES Dr V 11 HobsonhcUSi Neville Moberley 9 Dr H C Jasper 8 T J Smith Jr 7 Harvey Chenault 5 51 1 Fhorp i 5 R E Turley 7 7C f Waller Chenatilt L W E Letchec 8- T TV ovimigtona it i 3 Jj P EV anln 2 Dr Hubsoa won first Jilftfn tlcrM1ooOft 7 z1tthei snoW h ro w InC t i il l Capltallsis te Charter a Manic Is Cuba Several prominent Richmond Capi tallstsheaded by Mr Jolm W Crooke have applied to the Controller of the Currency for a charter for the United States National Bant of Havana Cuba with a rapital of 200000 When seen by the CIJMAX and asked if the report was true Mr Crooke smiled benignantly andvolunteered the infor mation that it was not only true but that no stock was for sale in the new corporationas If a newspaper man had any money to invest except iu bacon and meal- Contintilne Mr Crooke said that on the day that Cerveras ships were sunk in Santiago Harbor in 1898 ho had applied for the charter believing that Cuba would speedily bo annexed to thif country However before charters can be granted for National banks they must be authorized by Congress When that is done rind our binding laws we put into operation in the colonies tho applications will be taken up in the order in which they were received and Mr rooke and his colleagues will doubtless strata in the great advantages derived from being in on the ground floor Mr Crooko is at present assistant cashier of the Richmond National Bank position he has ably filled for about fifteen or twenty years It would not iHcussarily mean that he would leave Uichmpnd should the charter to his Havana bank be granted John Gibsons Horses Winning ontho Grand Circuit llitter to The Uu iAXl DETROIT MICH July 7 Maud Em peter won her race in a bunch of twelve horses in three straight heats in 211 J 212 2121 Would Have wired the CLIMAX but race was not finished until yesterday Sha won first and second heats Wednesday and race was postponed until yesterday on account of rain Sire paces as smoothly its The fly wheel of Zringn mill revolves Was pulled up and jogged home last 50 yards in each mil- oMytrotting mare Ifenrietta though goinc on throe legs in her race won third money Write me here Yours Jxo R Giusox That Mr Gibson lies a wonder in Mamie Eniporor may be judged from thIS following item in tire Lexington Herald of June 21 The fastest quarter of a mile paced or trotted by any harness performer this year was paced by tho fouryear old chestnut filly Maud Emperor by Emporor Wilkes at the Lqxington track yesterday afternoon The filly is owned by J K Gibson Richmond Ky and is trained by Mr Thomas WtPrice Tire mile was done easily in 217 and the last quarter was stepped off in the remarkable time of 28J This is the fastest burst of speed that has eyer been seen on the Lexington tracko John R Gentry has done a mile ins2OCr this season but tho last quarter was not as good as that paced by Maud Emperor yesterday The filly is one of the handsomest purest gaited pacers in Kentucky She is without a record and is entered in various stakes through out the country V CORRESPONDENCE WALLACETON nomTo tho wifeof IerryJJaton ounreiirg boyVTho farmers in this vicinity are all very busy in their meadows Miss Anna Hays of flatwood is visiting friends at this olace A F Caldwell has been hired to teach the upper tYallaceton school A number of the folks spOut Sunday at tire oil well drinking good water IJro Hendrickson attended Iris church at Broadhead Saturday and- unrtlay Bro Howes preached to a largo crowd at tire Chapel Suhday nt 11 a in and- 30pm The weather is still dryDotwith standing we had a few good showers ast weekVW P Caldwell will leave this Week for Jackson county where he will teach school for tire next five months The new school house mere in progressing very nicely It will soon be ready for some lucky pedagogue Cholera infantnm has become very prevalent In this vicinity bntAve art glad to know all are getting along nicely under the care of our efficient Dr J H PerkinsVMr Simmons of Berea gave us a very interesting lecture rind show Sat His scenes were shine Bib l fllcidwas with the Rough Riders in the atwtack on San Juan Hill PATETLTORV T J Lackey returned Saturday from Colorado Allen faring andCK Higgins of Richmond were in our town last week Miss Estello Povntz ot Mt Sterling is the guest of Miss Ji1111 lie McCor wicktWeary Willie Wallace of Paris is Visiting ins parents at Point Lea veil this weekVMiss Patsey Cornelison will La the attractive guest of Miss Fannie Wai lace next weekVCorn grass and tqbacco aro badly iii theJcontmous dry weather Quite a number of people from irate attended Chautauqua collegeday- aid saw Richmond representative carry off tho horrors Miss Viola Million will begin her school at High Point next Monday tire 17th rIme trustees of this district mire tl1br congratulated orr securing such an aide teacher as Miss Million Catarrh Can Not be Iwed wIth local applications us they Cannot reach the Scat of disease Cajjir rll is a blood or constitutional diseane arM in order to euro it you must take Internal remidies Halls Catarrh Cure is token internally and acts directl On HaWsCIt was prescribed by one of tIme beat physicians iu this country for years aUt a regular Jirescriptton Itlitlcomposed the best tonka known combined with the bestblood imriAepg acting directly on tliouiucoiw surfacestTire perfect combination of t wouitriiiJ 4r Mlht10nIA1 trt tItJOKXMJIi i CoIprII Ti- ililiii rurIUl ii i wia 1t c fii IIIIu t11IIVII xeI xGiie Gi 1 NEW CLOTHING STORE I== =nt it c ttU 1 1 T 1iJ iIlexttoJGTay1orand finest line of andmi r 1 ourFirstStorenew goods are of the 1IIJDNBYESTSTYLESr 1 until you KM have seen our goods We guarantee to sell you more godds and better K j l quality for the money than ever you got before Our Is fuihof the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits tr measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per SUIt up Call andsee us and save money r Tie Oldest Clothier and Furnisher III RIchmond Mtin St Next door to Farmers Nat Bankmay36m eI eXex r X Henderson House Changes Hands The Henderson house has changed proprietors Misses Mary and Sue Em- bry sisters of the late Hume Embry of Silver Creek having assumed con trol last Thursday These ladles will doubtless maintain the high standard attained by the house under its former manager Mrs Lizzie W Henderson For about eight years tho Henderson House inns been tire most popular semi private boarding place in this city en joying tire patronage of a most desirable class who mde it the characteristic for its firm hold upon the regard of its patrons Mrs Henderson is a model manager Her table never suf erect by comparison with the best ho els and herever gracious manner made her house all themore attractive It is understood that she will after a months rest reembark in tl sameoccupntion rented the Bronston residence the Hotel Glyndon where sire- ays sire will be better prepared than ever to conduct a boarding house as she would like it to be Tire Butler county Teachers Institute will be held at Morgantown this week LANDYOutin D Shirts Flannels etc which may shrink if not very carefully treated are washed and finished by tile RICHMOND STEAM LAUSDRY in a manner which makes shrinkage impossible The goods are returned full size and delightfuJlsoft The starched work is an object of Bpecial untie Its exquisite finish is the admiration of all our patrons RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Dissolution Notice beeniasolvedknowingthemselves 15illupPersono a maruetK E L BIGOERSTAFF W 8 OLU1IAM July g 1899 Jnlyl24w Estray Hog A red sow weighing about pounds came flmwnlngCreekfor by me Owner can have same by and paying charges LAKES julyt22wV SUITS THE POCKET the eye and the ear All the Piau6 und Organs shown here are instrumQnts everythingand stengthof tone and boauty of finish fact tb4t an instrument is f guaianteeits 1I iI IULmg NT i t Tt i M J Ft r II IiItJ t J CUSTOMV TILORIIWV DEPARTMENT i atVrITeI DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS I Elders BARGAIN Store+ +++ 1 IN CLOTHING c Mens Suits at 2 00 up upBoys 1 t Boys Pants aocVupQ n upIiupGentsIf e1LadiesPants25eup3c up tQ y upLadiesCuffs JLOO up jSuspenders1 0 5cuip upAsstrQ Ladies White f Aprons25c up upBaby4 FIre ScreenslOc Up A AV11ri ARE MORE VARIED AND LrRGE71 tITHAN EVER BEFORE Call and see thtn 1CN IN RIBBONS 4We have a few bolts of the C N CosRibbon on hand which we will close out at No 16VlOc No 40 15c No 80 20crVeoTks See our stock 6fCorsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Dr Norsah aiVIN HATS AND CAPS w Mens Black Felt Hats 25c up tupBoysMens and Itoyff Caps rUijLldc up LII c IN CARPETS HempIOc up Unions 25c np upRugs25c j IN HARDWARE Knives nd Forks per set ate up PIAi Lines i i4l4Jlc each dorFilesTeaspoons 4e set tip 8inch Butcher Kzrtvearoe 1c Tablespoons 6c set op aT O1 ja Respectfully Submitted to Gash Trade I E V TELIIERVAGENT FOR McCALL PA- UESiiiiiTiti IwesW Go P KYG VI 160000 IfLIT7XGBEXE1I1SV 65000 RESER YE dJYJD SUPLUS 1 PtIhi itaffli tuWe pay the H m prdlto to the living that Insurance Corn elip7oth4teaod4to 4sed lrgMt woftta en t ifTrHh snfety and coMervatiflmV ET ry reatioai for the protection of time investor For priesihii ay aVSMITH BOWM7NJtOAfT4r LkXlN TO KY- A r SLILLa0N Lecal Ast tlchriI xy I IL TU 0 c f ji SUPPLE ENT 4 J C P- II F TIlE RICHMONDciCbIMAX 1lilMlaId ilVOLUME 26 j J11f lRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYS JULY 12 1899 NUMBER G THIS WEEKS 41 l Iff 1 SI cv1 Lenders o A JOAnT FORGET ITil o J 0 a Priceseett H i earae 5a 3hmtv akhas s0s i0s I Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash Crepons Piques Ginghams and Percales All going at SLAUGH 0 TEli PRICESs e1 0pI Q tnlj B ill asi5M3 0 I Biij- u Wmnmo U iS I i l OUT PRICES ON ALL 0 s e im JUMMBRUNDERWEAR mi 0 oe 0 0UI a 0 omens Tan and Black Oxfords regular o o price 150 can be purchased in the- o B e a others0s o aao reduced e O o0s a00sso SSGE0 seO oo 0 All sizes good quality at a e v 0 COST And remember our Q aOo 0 Clothing Suits complete atssooa o 0 Wholesale Prices T e 0o o O si a S E lllV fflilill h fM Unto a a a- oa o 0s a Take advantage of this Re eQ 9 O duction Sale Come to Me oe oo Kees when you want to oa a Qo o save money Respectfully aa 3 0 Se 011 O 0ss a 0s e ri GWEN McKE g a a a a 5 sIC us OfS 5 5 5 5S SSSSS S SSSS S S S SS 5 S sS OSSS SSS OO SSSS SSS S e SSSS ccfEN us ONE DOLLAR tt u U CIUO b4 whi1i-IJCllLJ rikLUll klnlcttC Dsueo xara1ue It fci yournar freight t iintlI exMrISyIIs rc p to organ that r t rI111 tclvuou olnla7oaneroaw a o l j rioiter ttitn orgiuij sdvfrted bjrotberv at more moncr pay ifitiznt wrmt up tiwtliil Uy fferyrteo 3175 or IoII and Iretiht charge i Ii5JQiJR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRCtbsnadeprLcstMrjr tPr rh as sUer Meter A4ZE 9UEN 1otiiofIatIICLXAt3WIrTNT sJ MirM wm From the Ulattiution iinwn which ra i3UreclfroiuarilioujtrrmrhjoncaaonDM leaoCIU tIIIil ppflee Baderr m aol quarter =anllla nnllIbandlnml dCtOraltdand rume 1e4HUII riI14caSqrEulueeulncblrichi lonj IncbM wide sad weight 30 Iwd Don iP 1aIsrl IsI4IOttsP tp- IhrdO r PsIeOrs rs kI fJ= 4iusnhl Tsr 8Ii j i rii ik n ctrBriiiuiciMt ito 4t inn Hub trite bII DIps Itd I t U i Ml 1IerrtclfH i TJIKACMEQl TEN sr led trInM4 Is Tt nlfto bfL kIie flt tt plyI 4 1rVMLVEEN Ii Zurnished rae fmhrh mirror nlrkxl i uted i lal tnnit fpi4 eTory modern Improvement rI0t ft bderg u 54 Ui bt rlM lMtr ctl pMIkd W i GURANTEED 25 YEARS lib ffiQIItU li a written blndlnr iruaianKw t nn andeoQdltloiuor tIrJIf part IeCnmrtfwe repair It free Tekurcv Try It 000 month ewe will rerondinar money If voa arc not Mtl onram mil old at OliDKIt AT ONCK IMINT liEUOUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED f r0I Iiit J j f rj t ps ss 5s SS t iK aMs or Ezcbng JlAnkCblcagol or UerflUn ExC3sn In tnrk or lU7 r P Cbl lSI r onnqna onpyne r thrtIhUPIflPaD4 emplnyrlys pr4m In bIklInt WI XIUu TIUDO t II IInlaloo In mskIIntflinnt lweoII t rLU for trr ruIIJ ptInfl iw IM ar sr j rIlh1 Lt ROEBUCK CO InCK Fulton Deiplaines Warman SU CrilCACO ILL fi Kip oolDont EH Esdtsi V We have just ieceivdi a number ofRefli 1erutora Ice Boxes Water Coolers White IIk Mountain Ice Cream Freezers t J SadVv p All kinds of Jsh x Tacklt Hooks to ftcatc cvrything from Ji SnPerch to fix a Channel Mud Cat Did we evorjsay smy tliirig to you uboufc a 1to thu f i ri l8T 5 tae 2 r r 4 no 1 otaX 2 tIt se 09 torn NaJ rallrooolo bI4outa IAIR IeI7tbZfl In and C 7 5 3 Wefiwewil see you 1te Call and see us r 0 D l AELQFD i CCMAIITJs MAIN STltEETIRICll PNtlJKY4 j 0 o 1 u jI DEMOCRATIC TICKET LIiioitHON WrLltAM OERELhijOF KKNTOV COU 0 PO1t JnWTNANTGOYEJCNOU1J OF NELSON CtlUNTV l FOU ATTOK BV GKNKKAI B JIIRECKINIUomOF tyFORwGUSOF GnA YES COUNTY hiFORWHAGEU OF BOYD COUNT volt SKOItBTAUY OF STAT CALEB UUKCK1XKIDE HILl OF CLARK COUNTY YOU COMMISSION ER OF AOBICUJvf UBK J N NALU OF JEKFEltSON COUNTY FOB SUIT OF PUBMO JNSTUCTION H V McCUESNEYitOF LIVJNGTON COUNTYw Fon KA1LKOAU COMMISSIONER 3D fISTwCOL rOFANNOUNCEMENT FOR JUDGE We are unthoriied to announce JUDGE JOHN U CHENAULT a candidate for County Democraticparty yuWeucjectoYDURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party soFOB FWcounty to the action of the partyfioannounce JOHN W forSherirrparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty son ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD rlcountyaubject HeWeBAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison thcraticIN THE POLITICAL FIELD WHEN TO VOTE ACIAIKST OOEIIEL platforl11then it is tiuie fur the icjitcli to re fuse to support him Air Uoebel won his nomination by pluck nml good gen erulnliip niul no Uefnocrnt iran nlfonl to be prejudiced ii iiinst him on account of iille new paper reports nnd scurril ous editorials Judge tho man by what he is JCicliola ville Democrat J1KCKNEU ISCAI1IOT Judge Becknur is out in a card beilinn forth his alleged reasons for not voting for Goebel Every time Deck lIerli name is mentioned w6 cap not help re cnlMiiK the ioinpiiihon of him to Jude Isiariot maile by the late James It BeCk Beck tudd lie boil been n tiious thilIIlalilc nowx WITh MASS CONVENTIONS The LoulxvillM Convention baa tuiiKhl tin DpuKirnitH of Kentucky n ifiing or two about tile manner seltcting dele gates or itt fact ascertaining the prefer ences of the voters for any rftndidntpf auyIweIsnare and a delusion aunt uiUbt jfb Ai primary elect ion is the only abolntely fair way of conducting preliminary cotilcstM hut if that method is inexpe willIVucilte I OHKENKK THAN GltAS- SOni fiiit clearly brought out by the onveiitSun is that Capt W J Stone is reencr than the cram thtit grows in tlie Jircetaof Kulliurn lliat in fact lie is too tiimplu to be allowed to roam at large wiihont a tiustee Stones Koose is Hjkrtl To ever conic beore the people of Kentucky acnin for any office great or Mrall will be impoesiblo for him The people or this State have niiiny faults but a toleration for imbecility is not one of them tikis gow News THE DISPATCH ON TIIIAL The Louisville Dispatch in tirpin the election of Bryan imit ted that the only way to get free silver Wits through tho Democratic party soc liat sun e sheet is sowing dlccord and iliHsatififac whatIe an imaginary insult Does this paper wish to see four yeairi more of liepnbli can misrule at Frunkfori If it dot a everybody1 Avill agree that It iMptirtiUing tlmrlghttfiureo 1IILUIJlJllIut then tot it ceiao iu traituroiis ivtirse against the rejiilaily noniiiiateiiciiiidiilHie lie cniirsu intlio ciiiine of the Indianapo his XiolJ Iui ffltl s vlni bolted lit iau e they didnt itit their choice N lthiotiteihhu UlIlnlrt 1ISOJICTIIIXO ABOUT W C OWEXS Wilt JS AOAISST dOCHGU Mr W C Owens liltS lruid nalalf meiittpBt heiv ill vote Iju ilepiililicati dket in oxetiib r but this seems to have crtwted no constecnntion in Georgetown or elsewhere Mr Owe us is thn iiiHO who Wits once elected speak er ot the Kentucky hotise of repreaen tkttirs arid the net swsloti couldnt muster dozen votes He is also the JIiheellorts of DeniwnitH UepiibliiJtiis 4ro iiliitiijnits women nod preocliore over tol IMHv BrrtkinridgH when he latter w ntuler heavy tin and maile such a reiord tluriiig iue l riii tlwt lie w sit iIru lr titttitIoitJ tII iinuih if He ialso tho than wlnt tonWut Wnft liv li Jo1l1 itt 4itt iiosty jd r r Cantrills w Hd phalnnx of over lOOt foUnflbel and wlu went to LotiisvilU II iiogod n St uie niHUHuer nn iil hit gni tjionp to listen to one ol 4igIiVts WH dont think then will lie tunlt It very big hole in tin Diiiiiocratic nt tim jilace AV OWCIIB broke nut Owtniirbiio Meesen Ier BVKK OF VICTORY We do not lielievo thRre is oppo ition i f lIenle in the Democratic potorehoftwilliiaarchne iiverth riaitrunning mates will win find by a nm j iI bylting jump in the baud wagon and help Iii tills the inujoriiy toCOOOO Stanford Journal The leaders of Stone and Bardin r tr deitecoisholl they have had time for reflection inillr tne whole ticket A fewmllll who aur itnoto vote for Mr Unehel lint nobody evrr ioiints thfliii when flguriiii out ma rititS tr Iteuublueiu cesor because he linn been misinformed b ouch etileor Cinclmmil Just Nicht1asvihltn D emocrati anANo mutter who had been nouiinated tit Louisville ther would have been me kickers That is always to be peeled especially front people who l under the fist twinge of disap re tiflectionmotional however nnd soon get over their troubles Stanford Journal WATTKJtSON DEOIAJlFJFOR ntlYAN AND QUEuE It is true that the e litor of the Con- erJouriinl stud the editor of 1le Mrs ugtr met by chance hiring the con vention Hoth were feeling good out ey restrained their emotions Mr Wntterson vowed ln would support Mr Goebel this year ami Mr Bryan it nominated ami he believed he would be and ought to be next year thouuh lit couldnt no some of the features of the Chicago Imtform and the old prodi i gaL talked nnd acted like one who win powerful keen to pet back into Father Democracys house mi l pet n good square weal lie was tcceived on pto biitiou In all seriousness if the Courier Journal will now in good faith cease its lonnHOHtinued sneers at Mr Hr nn oi1801IIec lrittictent reegiablisli itself iu the contileuce of Democrats otherwise its support of the ticket will be positive injury rather than an aid We are in favor of giving it a fair trial Owensboro Messenger OltlOINAL SOLUTION a la PItOOTOK KNOTT Editor Jim Allrn of CrilthiauR Democrat who fought Ooebels iiomi natou as hanlliS Hiiylwitly thou cx plains his altitude now that Goebel has been m minuted We redly have heoti fur Goebnl nil the time You see it was this way Ve voted for thn ihinl readiiic of HiliI diu anti stmie in order to jump onI them nn flush passage ansI kirk blufiln out of them just like lr1 Stone was lying in amhuoh for the gold hoOd bill JUDGE PIIYOB ON GOFnKL Recently the writer met Judge Win Pryor than whom no man stands higher in Kentucky In thin course of the conversation it was suggested thftt Ih the candidates would finch develop con siderable strength there might bea deadlock in hit ronventlon allllnthal nVent he Lrvor might 1m chosen as the Democratic candidate fur Governor and that he could untlouhledlv l e shed te by an ivprwliplmiux miijority He promptly responded I am for Sena tor Goebe I know him and therefore I am for him I would rather see him Governor limit tie Governor myself Such a man is needed He would make an able Governor Such words coming from such a limit should utterly whelm the attacks of puny mon Col ClaTldock in Paris Keiituckian TAYLOR IS BLACK ENOUGH There Is talk of the Itrpublicans run ning lion John W Yerkes us a daf k horse in the Stain convention lit Lex In ton next week just like Tornev General Tiijtor 1lIot dark enough Glasgow Tiuies KKSIG TED John Di iihip satttIehIH8tir d froiu jKlitcs riiiitbiing up the story alluill of titer nian iu Texas VlioMt wifHlu- 1jnt died Wan she n signeil lo Ilr fate liiijnirt a svitipaihizintf friend Uwigiitil IiI tile had to be11 eaiii tht luian JKSSASIINK IN LINK lKrlclillLonisvillo Woiked as haul uml as Jug as soy dKlejiJilt i ihre to carry put thMlI1 coiiniyb iiisiiii lion They vitiu back froin tho convention talking and lrk1 juitifor the Stats vhOKe Hun William Goeliel KicholHSVille HeiliiKThU THE WEATHEB Proflfil Hicks the w athor fort caster has the following fur July I O From 7tli to lilh look out fur reatj warmth Tbe barometer will Jail yury low and many stonus and severe binn tor will pass taatwardly wcroia the country about tho Sib tii llth Mtr cnry Vulcan wil JHftw Moon situ nil eoniiiiiie at this period making it mot li iefUl periiWIs for ritru tu July On and toncliiutc the 14thalld i5tB N lite iflxf pi ifiK in which storm c iiljMin sir leturiu laM twirumfW 1ai4 ttiZQMMlI It WI ll aU n 1 WUIIt Mb 1i leavy or general Change to coolpi vill follow Th 10th to 22d promiH ill the usual chanjje to storm condi rions 11 ally hlaik blnstoi fog cloudP Alth rnin illIICIIPRIIWlionRQhaIlJlt to much warmer more bluster and scattering showers general about 20th 0 20th GOEBEL ANOJHE TICKET The ticket nsa iolo IB n good one Q ueue the t a j wniliavn intense op- siuiJa hut iit isninaii of wonderful sources and atihilya man nf strong stl positive character and therefore tHInlyvarln ftlemls and bitter enemies no e belleru he will Ielect oubyTiger Mr Goehpf will beblllerly pposil every triit ciirporatlon and tIlt usils of the gold staiidard anti combines in the State with the Land jfrailroad at the head of the list I it possible thaiany hottest man who lover iis country and the triumph of Demo ratio principles will assist this sang to feat him in Kavembei Cadiz Re rd Senator Goebel is the best orsanizpr Kentucky his lists outgeneraled the ot her candldats and their assistants tl has psissed through it all with Pai bauds lie is the strongest unfit before ihn people and is on n platform that no other candiilatei eon sanl on cis each WHS opposed to th prin pl enunciateil Frankfort Argus A man that can go iuln n convention tit nlxiiit onefourth the strength n e opposition anti with these odd aiitst him organize the convention otiiiiiste till ehic of every candidate d hnvn every detail faction carried OlltlIlIllI desired certainly will nmfcen leader that no party steed be afraid lo fo lihiowSenator Willian Goebel wni tint our choice for IhA iiilxtrnntorial nnmina but since the Demociaih 11- 11convclltlulIllIl in its wisdom seen proper to roiifir this honor upon him we extend to the brilliant yoiinj sfates man nnd horn leider fron Kenton ciunlv our henrtffst congratulations and hereby tender to him our earnest support Fnlniouth lend letoutian Mr Goebel began life a penniless boy and the bUll of humble pnntiitug mid evprythihg he has ever gotten he has had to tkht for He had to fight the L nnd N railroad stud nil other corpor ate influence in his rae for this Demo crattic nomination for Governor anil the people of Kentucky wiil see to it thatI these influenced do not defeat November Caniz Itecord The ticket does not meet our every approval yet we have not aught to Sny gel111emHII1Rnd not been they would not have receive tliH nomination Let us put ai ide per tonal litiefeiice4 Lets suite the gen ernl foe bv voting1 every man for the Democratic noiniuees7 This is right i this is DeinocraYy Princeton Banner The rematka of certain so called Dem ocrats about bolting is offensive a de cent mans sane If they holt the Dem ociatic nominee to whom will they go To the Republican Keinember Uraif ley and his gang No my brother you luive ought stud lout Now dout he a reneyaiiu lory arid join the enemy but take your nieciicine like a man and bide n wen Kicholasville IeniuciUi The emorratiu State ticket jiiit nomiiiH ed is Wortliy of the liIIPJlOl t uf every tue lJtmi emt In point of ability it is a lenmrknblo ticket anti in every ropect u may be drptnded upon to ri fleet ureUlt upon the parly and IIJI on the Stats Tntre is every reason tlieieoie why tile ticket should receive the utility amid uutrcsnivn Biipoit of every Democrat in tile Mate It ha rising ticketa progressive ticket Itiu jetIB new life into the party use fu tue u bright and full of proiiiiM ami with such a leather as Villluiii Uoehel t thieve is no such thiiiij as fail liards town Kecotd rue nominee JIBS bern located nnd liiit name it is William Uoebel He was not our first choice he was hot our second choice but he is the choice of the majority of the 1002 delegates all sembletl in the lmisville couveiitioii ami we drop in file Bill Goebeis cliiet enemies he fur the passage of the Got bel amendment to the election law were till rmlroails nn l other cnrporatioim of use Stale Thats not a bail recommen dation his mats who stands fur ten years between the eicroiichments of ofgauizrd greed ami the rights of the people is entitled to some consideration no mutter what our precomeived no tions of bun usjiy bellariou Press Kentucky wants mid slamln badly ill need pf best talent of her eons nnd in Hon Vm Ooelwl Is clearly demon strated that the in tit hrilli nt astute and able pollticinu uml statesman of theaii hiss been soltvted Tue mUll who introduced the io n el lil ibal till absolutely forhiil the 1liliility nf llotlier steal luke thaI of I8U5 anil ISIIU The man who by sheer btuiii piwer with thu smallest fejue elilalitin IIKIHJ convention woiiilm Deiiocirfiio nuts nation leplli thu mlila tlmt wvn iicaiusl him will in diliiliceeiily win tie UOeruatorint diction brhiie the people Eminence Uonslituiii nuli JMr Geobet is n callaiit lender iti the ristuu HtafjOf liibyouiit emocrac t of Kentucky lie i3i man who fcnmv Hot defeiit lie attaches hit frieinl1 V him wiLl hooks ol steel Vw pretlici tiiHi he will miiKe the IIIOBI brillnnt can vaa forGovernor ever niadeliy any candidate ill Kentucky fur that higii office Ntiii thinS will be elecl6Ithy Hit Overn helming uuijoritv nml that bit administration Vif the high office of the proud old Comuipnwealih of Ktntuckv still ha iiio of IIieeuonget thu State hut had In hsllistuiyVthIuu tows Couu1er evIllll s atljouirieisJ tflill lsl Ihl1r of tun Hr Nte tifilfc tl INtJt hi ikCte Ver HIIIII d JIM brfii tell d rx tMIhIIifu4 OllrJIlrtIo1I1o Iti yui Xlnh er toI 0 0 r nt the bar is better known than lie He is an aMn lawyer a shrewd poli tician and uraKeoiiR Mufpcinan He served several terms iu tie State Mfiintu from Keiilou cotiniy and has ci thwilysfiled the poor such working clabS Newport Journal GOV ED BROWN WRITEs UP POND MEET ING HOUSE AND BARNES MILL Pond Meeting House is situated on Htirnes Mill pike three miles from the court house It is located iu one of till most beautiful parts of the county and is of the oldest Christian congregations around here and the building is one of r best country brick churches HeI Kiley pastor of the con rejnti n re alhladmltithSome of the principal persons near here are Irvine White Dock Herndon Jack Koss Hugh Miller WIHiHin Ailamn George Adams Sam Dejarnett Joel JillrllsWilltirutcher and U utui white Barnes Mill is located at the terminus of the thirties Mill pike on Silver Creek six miles from this city It is one of the oldest water grist mills iu the county aisidwas built by Mr Porter 75 years since lick Hrotiston is the miller successor to J allies Hames dt cv iietl One mile above tnls mill is an old hemp cloth factorynow dilapidAteil which was built by Mr Smrh from hexinuiuu in IbM surly dabs Half mile below this mill one of thus besi tit bridges iu the county spans till- Vllr Creek Tliis creek jJIe of the largest nnl longest the county It rises Hear Itoones lap betneen Maili ti ii and lockcasile colllilies and is thilbndZecdsuy in his time Ii in flUe of ih et brink residences in ihisseclion He was grandfather to Hon SILtS and Jinlge Tliomas Scottj of this city and undo to Mrs Wnde Walker An uncle of the writer Thomas Krown marrietl one of his daoxhiers ami 51111sh wards emigrated to Missouri aid died there Some of the principal denizens of this section are John Kobinson JoIn Jiierson Squire Willis Joe Grimes Air Penrsou John Todd Mart Bow man Albert Cornelison Met liarnes Wm Peslou Eugene Barnes mill Ed Coruelison use tatter living m the old Sorter bdilse which is over 100 years old Airs Cornelisons brother Wm G Detrick of Califyrnirt was ship wrecked on a voyage to Alaska but Will saved by lifeuo it mid landed upon IhOle and was witliont fool for eight Tiiys having only musbels lo eat He also knew Pearl liryaii of Greet castle Indiana who was murdered near Fort Thomas Kentucky and whicn created such a great sensation in Uii State four years since The fourth cf July picnic given near this place was n oompleta success I here were iiliout 2000 people present They canto from evvy quarter uf the eaiih Irom the lour cardinal points o tile coinpaw north south east und wtst The ctowd ranged from the infants of six mouths all along the use to oslo old woman 01 y eats old Eveiy body was happy null edibles were in great abundance lint if any one went hungry it was their own fault Tnere is a fine spring fliwing from u ledge of rock which supplied lhl- Inrjc gathering with plenty tofcllul n lieahing water Stone Butiier the en terprismg merchant of Caleait hud a dietclass refreshment stand uml cater eii in u in xnitireut tnaiiiier to the de sires ot the large congregation 1nere wire platfS of amiisi nieut Mich as tiabi nicks tic Dr lubins of tiistity one uf lie principal origliutloib ol the enter uiumeiil VHn leuretl in tins stc tiou of the county 1Jt servei during till Civil War ill she let Keiiuuky cay IltY1ec county candidates were in full force There wis n stand built under d laige sycamore lift fur the speakers and the Kicimond Silver Hand wn IJltbt1I111J1I1IIipuell excelfent music in lienniiful strains and harmonious melody Music arose tvilh Us volup tuous swell audty8 looked love cud dearth rebounded love Hsain Old ijloiy the emblem ot tIe free and hrave waved inagesticnlly over the stand and tim ha Is of the ureai crowd heat with the1 wariuthof patriotism Uallait 1utstAud beautiful women were itt nbtindance and our fellow towns man Allen Z irlng towered above his fello v me like some xiunnlic sentinel Uiclimond was well represented by men ami women Inils and lassies The speakers were S IJ lllack who ie livered a short bntsweet address Snm ruior who spread himself like the yoiing liny tree quoted many pasaje3 from wriptnre W B Smith tlelivere one of his maty hlBrtor iloiiH ami highly riilertaineil suit edified Ilm assembly t Talbot liicksoii one of our young irar Tore nequitteil himKelf like a man Rev- Illevelis from VIrginIn cast some what of n religioiiii tulle over the nup dience Alley Adams tin Sour Wood orator also electriflel the meeting as lid Squire 1oiulsts thio little eagle of tile Mountains 1- POISON OAK CURE r KHVII In ilus clifru in Ihe wo s in the fence irnrners antI wherever there Is tt senblallCttuf wild lure the three liiivtd sliools of ibe poison ivy are likely ihnJIIt nt lila IiiIIf the yrttr Tlirt lii rml sl okinr but nox jolt philil tJiCOMoly lesfinhlett tile Vir sruiiH creeper tliutLbecarele stroller Is lIst ti Ill ik its pieuy lirecn leaves leirniiit 10 bittpriy regret The set lAter on Tim union lltlltllhu have been jiuiwiiied by 111I1IiiltIJIII rind some relinl by tllsw i rug t i tpt3 directions tn11lh the Oblcajo Uewinl utterdsusVIIpi v to Iheeruptiijij keeping the tread Wet fnnu tfiH ouWde It is asserted Gist half au hour Ot this7 treatment will surely euro LtfNWVrii KMAZWE LIpsinuotCs1Magahuw which starts- on HU vliiirHlv y cireer with the July N bthnut eotnIetuft JJaliotl r J6tihi wJohn Iuthir L4cr the aiithtKT tA li Cljetrv Utosfsm VIUihilIIliI PI4IIVT 4c rllt Fox iCIihH1Irtlh Jht t Ir mItN th- iJ she heactlesiitr compel The Teller by thf author of David Hnrum and the only existing fiction left by Edward Koytn Westcolt is a story iu whcli thin pathetic incident e allniHstering tragedyuieveuy dny life is treated with a power never surpassed and seldom squalled in con temporary literature There are also valuable mill timely papers contributed by a number of well kn own writers JULY This ypfcr gives us the first opportun it y to celebrate the most memorable July our country has known since its crnntioil On July 3 n year ago the Spanish fleet tame out from Santiago to accept thn battle long systematically arranged for it by Admiral Sampson aud fought b y the aptaine suit their men under him with exact cbservnncuvof orders and terrible precision in gunnery Vi liih an hour tho outcoming fleet was cunk or ashore with the exception of one ship which surrendered afew hours later Eleven days Inter on July 14 the cityusf Santiago surrendered to tue army ituder Gen Shafter anti a few days alter still in July Spain sued for peace The month of July will hereafter be more than ever memorable in the his tory of the TJuiled States By Special Request Dr Goldstein Has Dc cided lo Remain Until Saturday It is my specialty to lit glasses in such u manner unit they relieve the t tsruill petltcllv lilting the eve wIth- icesaclea that you can see with ease and comfort thus preserving the eye In examining tho eye only the latent and moHt improveit methods lid in olrnllientu are useil Physicians especially are invited to call nut iivvoiigiiiH my methods of correcting errors of refraction Many CaSes of headache neurnlgin nervous ness irritability insomnia vertigo nervous prostration anti the seeming siupidly of children are often due to Hefeclive vision caused Ilv an abnor mal cnrvature of tIcruf1t or crys talline lens or loan irrpyulnritv uf tIlt refiiicliug media of the eye and nre relieved at once unon application of the proper glasses Ninety per cent of the people over 10 yearn ut He need glasses and SO per mitt oi tilt 00 ntcd them for ilistiiiue- Gl ses are not always given to im rovesyesigiit but to relieve undue KtraiiiH m short to assist nature Thou aiiii ol eyea rn ruined yearly Sfcveii pertioiiH oUt of toll have neither eye- likea null utile out of 20 Astigmatism hence the necessity of testing each eye separately Special intention is giver to icily inequality that may exist be t eyeOptical nil Vnnces Within lhn Ins few yeanythe ertctallaptilln of spectacles has be come a ilintanct profession The optic ian who thoroughly understands his Utljllbthitreating wih a mst delicate and pre c ious otgan wllle the slightest error may result seriously while if he does his work well Inc not only gives cum fort and ease to his patrons hilt in many instances restores sight Spmlal care shonltl be taken in go leCliug the first pair of hpeclncles nor shoull it beatieinpied withiiit the aid of responsible oplieitm It lit most 1I111lrllllhllt the lenses should If at Cllltiielt IItrttlllllclur ihe best hull ly xiid the frames so nuule Una tle irelirtr lk tlneciiy II roiii the i nter tilnsies niceiv tilted to the fjc eome nut ornalnelil Us well Ha a lIecctslly Fitting children with spectacles a do not neglect your chlld IrenV wets- Difilcuihi cnses solicited All iiet tions in regard to the eyes cheefithy aiwweredC- ONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FR Ofticp hours fnitn 10 n mil tot p in at Glyinloii pirIsItie1l115ui1lKy ESTILL SPRINGSIWhite phllr atd Chalybeate Pleasure and Health1 Resort OPEN Jij B 1t T T OII BRln On the R N I k 11 Uailroad anti the Kentucky Kirer in flie midst of iclotuaitni lit Jind Romantic Scenery Tho Wlifm Sulphur la as eciflc fer kill and kidney trouhleB i the thllylJlateiMtl1r iDiifcf Hot Sulphur Uaihs iu the IIIU- eJ1or liirtiier particulars address ItiJ MTnorwro r miy3l4m iRVINE KY IDandihta4aetewmJirwISDIiuefa nd 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Their Laa tkminIf near the coast at San Bias Colombia South America To the fey traders who visit the spot for cocoanuts and vege table ivory they are known as the San Bias Indians Of their origin and hls tory but little can be discovered One thing is certain that although friendly to the government of the Unit ed States and to foreigners whoinay enter or find themselves weatherbound linrecord of their having ever been conquered or subjugated by any other tribe or power It is quite probable that they have deC 1 scended from the ancient ToHecs what vicissitudes of tribal life they may have passed through will probably never be known theylookeffort to cultivate a closer acquaintance requireNoancborin the harbor or how much trod ingmay have been carried on during the day every white man at sundown must go on board his ship oral least quit the 1 of the filagagainst which protest is useless The maidens of this peculiar tribe are quite attractive and many a jack tarShas risked his life in the effort to liotherobstacles but if the unfortunate girl is caught or returns to her people the punishment is deathIThe young mate of an Englishbark lying in the harbor became enamored of agirl whose home was near the beach The mates attentions were persistent and his love Was secretly returned One night just before tIll ship wns toosail the Indian maiden secreted sailor boy in the thickets until after dark wjien they stolen vanoeand startscd to paddle out to the vessel an awful tropical storm came up which caused the to lose their dhllthoyI were ashore almost ehi listed The enraged Indian seized both and made then tap wdiateThe iiiptain of the lorls anticipating trouble sent a boats crew ashore with a rescue parti A demand was made for time prisoner whereupon the mate was relent but the girl was held for time death sentence- Findingnrgument useless thedcsper dbaekv heart and hUll almost accomplished it when he was struck down by a spent thrust from the hand of tIme girls father She broke from her captors crazed with grief and FciKlng the spear Idrol the head of it lath her i oTimtheir wounded mute but wen driven into their boat anti awny from the shoret held by the tribe is quite although its boundaries are accurately defined It extends from cape San mal far back into the mountains Cocoanuts are the source of the na tProbsblyworld are Just back of Sun Bias and SAcrative system seems to exist among them and each member of the tribe collects and carries each tiny his share of the coeonnuts null adds it to the enormous pyramid of them near the shore which is the ribes treasury Millions of nuts are thu tored and in waiting for profitable market The averagepriee for them is from eight to ten dollars ner thousand in Colombian silver or nbout 55 per cent of that amount in gofd Onehalf of the pay is taken In cash and the other half in mer chandise The nuts arc carried from the great pile to the beach in palmetto bags The natives with these loads each weighing 50 pounds travel at a brisk trot all day longand seemingly without fatigue Although a slender wiry race theyviiL accomplish with ease a task AngloSaxIJ Indians are excellent sailors and in the rough weather make the from cape San Blasto Aspinwall t teell hollowed out of logs t cocoanut grove is a source of nver revenue to its owners ns the tree from the fourth year of its exist ence bears indefinitely and has few if IIan enemies The nuts intended for are allowed to ripen nnd thntfAll day and all night the owner of the mestateping to time earth around him In fact it is necessary to exercise lUre In walk lhaingIfruit Boston U lobe t SMOKELESS POWDER Teritt rourleggedIt nn instructor who fires a pistol Some take the flash and report very quietly and these are soon passed on to severer trials while the others have lesson after lesson until they are quite convinced that there is no danger to them and be fore long you might fire a sevenpound er within n yard of them and they would hardly look around After this I they are taught to face firethat is to say to gallop fearlessly up to a line or 1squnre of Infantry blazing away with I their rifles and to charge batteries of I yblanktrained horsegoing into battle for the first time there 7s no difference between the harmless thunder of the maneuvers and the deathdealing storm which sweeps over the battlefield The poor brute only learns what the difference really is by bitter experience When smokeless powder came into general use it was found that in many 3atses horses which would face the of guns using black powder without flinching flinched and shied at time hash and roar unaccompanied ly smoke Continental opinion is somewhat divided as to the moral effect of smokeless powder on men nnd horses but the general conclusion seems to be that in daylight it is not more terri lying than black powder although some hold that to see men nud horses t struck down by an invisible agency must netessarlly be so hut it Js gen I emily agreed that the use of smokeless powder at night has a much more dis tubing effect than that of the old powder because the flashes of the Sreatdenlcan however be overcome by training but there is another fear which must Iheftill often uncontrollable error pro teii5and Tianging pf shells Some author ti ties have indeed said that since tile introduction ot smokeless powder and tt time great Increase in the range anti ac t eimrney of weallons it would be Im w possible to keipeavl1hilnlulnfunder w the fire of modern artillery but Jhieli Ii probably an exaggeration reartovi= tt W Magosls 4 EIcmmnh4 7Mg AigMtT jyj 47 ii- t f HiGH PRICED BOOKS drLarge Sum raid for Rare Volnraea Which Were 1rlatit some Ceatarle Ago The first printing press wasbrought into England by a merchant named Caxton who forsook his trade to enjoy time favor of the duchess of Buy I gundy sister of Edward IV of England and in 1476 imported from Ger many a printing outfit which he es tnblished n a building jolningWeifr minster Abbey especially for the pur poseof publishing his translation of the history ot Troy Recueil des His tories de Troyes It was the first Eng sh book ever printed and In 1885 a copy was sold by the earl of Jersey to Bernard Quaritch in London for 9100 The next book printed in England as The Gnrilp and 1 bye of the hesse Copieshave been sold as high as 1300 The first English book both w w Isasophers of which only four copies are known One of them was sold last y carthe carl of Ashburnham for 7GOO Time firstTiook printed in America wasp Doctrina Christiana by Juan berger in the City of Mexico in 1559 I trntrina Breve by Juan Znmarraga the rst bishop of Mexico It was printed y Cromberger in 1543 and copies have s thTimetates was an almanac at Cambridge In 1C39 by Stephen Daye who estab shed the first printing press in this country The second publication was a slip containing poem entitled The Freeman Oath Time next book was n metrical version of the Psalms called thc Hay Psalm Book in ItiO Copies ore very rare It is one of the most valuablebooks in the world The first edition of time Canterbury rmles prihteu by Caxton of which ny two copies are known has sold for 3000 5100 and 9400 11he first edition of Kobinson Cru Oe 1719 sells for 225 The first editions of monk WaltonsCompieatT Angler 1653 The first edition of The Vicar of Wake field printed in 1766 sold for 300 the first edition of Paradise Lost for 450 the first edition of Miltons com plere works containing a presentation IfnrcriptionclritingThe highest price paid for a book last year was 10500 by Pickering Chat to of London for Kaoul Le Fevres A printedbyEngJlshlangungeto Bishop Heber Some biographical etails on jie fly leaves in his hand riting greatly increase its value A copy of Capt John Smiths True He lation printed in 1608 sold for 1425 The highest price pall for an Amer- Ican book last year was 1000 for a copy of Rev Mr Cushmans sermon n the Dangerof SelfLove which was reached at Boston shortly after the settlement of that place It is the onlyIcopy known of the first sermon printed In America and belonged to the collection of the late Charles Deane from which it was purchased by the Massachusetts Historical society Time highest price paid for an auto graph last year was 1030 for a letter from William Bradford to GO Win concerning the affairs of the Plymouth colony a few months after the landing of the Pilgrims St Louis tar WASHINGTONS WEDDING It Won Attended with an Much romp and Splendor aa a Royal Marrlnce In a suit of blue and silver with scar l Letsatin embroidered with buckles of goldmon lila knee garters and on his Ills hair powdered nnd by his side a Wnshlngtonpanions Mrs Custis his bride did not reach higher than his shoulders when she stood with him before the old Episcopal clergyman in his full canon icals The mistress of the white house wore a costume which had also come from London In her hair and cars were ornaments of pearl she wore white satin slippers and on the buckle sprightlylittle plensingrlagea comely face and fine shoulders and with her three bridesmaids and with the fine women of the families of the neighboring domains in attend ance there was a splendid display of the charms and graces of Virginia womanhood Nor were the men less dis gentlemenfnvincial officers from Williamsburg in gallantstood a group of English oflicers hard Iy less showy in their trappings together with members the legislature and other civilians When the bride entered the coach which was bright with the Washington colors of red and guidedbgroom did not enter with her There tallbodservnntwaiting for him to mount When Washington mounted the richly capari soned charger he rode by the side of the bridal coach closely followed by In cortege of gentlemen on horseback William Perrine in Ladies Home JournaltMEISSONIERS WAYfiHe fCennnd Snow How did you paint the snowy road in your picture of Napoleon in 1814 l elssonleri underthc table a low platform about a meter and a halt square and said On this I prepare4ahh that was required snow mud and ruts kneaded the clay and pushed across It this piece of cannon several times up and down With a shod hoof I then pressed the marks of the horses feet I strewed flour over it pushed the cannon across lIgnin and continued todo so until I obtained the semblance of a real road Jhen I salted It and the road was ready What did you salt it for7 To get the brilliancy of the snow Why do you smile How else could she do It It was very ingenious Ijinswercd I compliment you upon it But if I bad been you I should have gone to Russia where nearly every road is dug imp In the way you represented and should have painted n study from na ture Yes But we Parisians do not move about so easily Contemporary Re viewbSandy Had the Beit of It A brow son of Scotia accepted an in vitation to spend a fortnight with a friend in London whose quarters were in the dente purlieus df Clerkenw On joining his host at breakfast the morning after his arrival the follow ing colloquy took place much ip the annoyance of the mistress of thehouse Well Sandy old man how did you sleep Sandy Awed mon to arothm 80 yarn wed I am very sorry to Ah d nnaf sl1yersdf mdo I wad better nfl than he fleas for thej never elowd a b1edeectMwlMiatt Irs Icalikir tKi jJ ef AL i L RAISWG RADISHES Vlrsflnlm rrodaeen TMIof the Pe perrItttle ReoVEaek Seaeuj sh iippedyear for the crop To most of your re rtderthe radish crop may be in their minds something as peanut crop was a few years ago rather a small and insignificant crop By looking over sonie old reports I notice that in the year 1S70 this section around Nor folk Is credited with having shipped all of 40000 bunches of radish and all of 50000 barrels of potatoel and other truck crops in proportion This year it is estimated by oneof our largest radish growers that the acreage in radish will reach 1500 acres The number of growers is not far from 500 One of the largest growers has nearly 50 acres of radish and uses near one ton of radish seed At one time cently one of our truckers was negotiating with a seedsman for a cer tain kind of radish seed when the deal er remarked as an indorsement of his seed I sold aNew Jersey trucker ounds recently and our trucker fairly paralyzed him with an order for 300 pounds of radish seedwritcs a con ibutor from Norfolk The crop is planted or sown broad cast in narrow beds from January to April The early sowings are subjected to great danger of loss and sometimes e planter has to resow hhi crop Vwo or three times Warm sunny nooks and corners are chosen in which to sow the crop and a protection Js sought from the north east and west to keep off the coldn winds from said quarters of the com pass The beds of all the early sown radishes are about six to eight feet iniwidth and are turned up in such manner that the north edge of the ridge Is higher than the south edge causing each ridge to slope alittle to the south On these beds the radish is sown broadt cast The round radish is the kind grown generally Shipments have been going for the past days or more hands pull and tie the radishes in bunches at the low priceof ten cents per 100 bunches The hands take the radish jn the bunches and wash them carefully and pack them in half barrel baskets as a rule and ship to market the weather gets very warm a nice ean square or oblong block of arti ficial ice is bedded in the middle of each package and the radish goes into the northern market clean bright fresh and crisp A good hand will pull and tie as many as 1200 bunches in a tiny Others will not get more than 500 bunches to their creditmaking tie waJes range from 50 cents to 120 per day The halfbarrelbaskets cost eight cents each The freight to New York is 14 cents per basket The yield per acre will run from 100 to 250 baskets From 100 to 140 bunches fill the halfbarrel package It is estimated that the present crop reached or will reach when finished the grand total of 20000000 respectnbleIncrease bunches shipped in ISO Our inform ant stated that this section was the largest radish growing section in the entire country As fast as the radish cnip is pulled and shipped the land is prepared for tomatoes melons and other later crops The land as a rule is made to tote twice so to speak suyIsCountry Gentleman BUILDINGS OLD AND NEW Facts About Sonic Illntorlc Structure That Interest time Entire World The great glory of Chesterfield house on is a marble staircase each step which is formed of a single block ore than 20 feet long An important work la soon to be begun at Spalato inDalmatia This be the building of a central m willr in which the collection at present scat tered among tour buildings will be objectsfoundcletian The architect M Redon who has charge of the Louvre has resolved to re store the Tuilerics garden to the condi tion in which it was in the days of La Notre As the palace does not exist today it is impossible to say whether the old artificial style will be pleasing or not Students of architecture may have often wondered how the two towers of Notre Dame nt Paris were not of the same size A writer in one of the En lish magazines has found a rather curious explanation It appears that when the cathedral was built it was the ca thedral of a suffragan bishop who was not entitled to two towers of equal height and for centuries the bishop of Paris was suffragan to the bishop of Sens rapidlyInthe expropriation of the site of the Basilica Amelia comes the good news that the ugly seventeenth century church of San Lorenzo in Miranda which has disfigured the beautiful chapel of An toninus and Faustinais lobe taken away so that the remains of this imposing temple will now be revealed In all their beauty says the Scientific American The columns are the largest of their kind in Rome being about 50 feet high and ten in number The three large steps of the portico which descend to mtirelyclearhe majestic flight ofsteps which led to the temple actually seen for the rst time for at least 14 centuries but the actual width of he Via Sacra in ront df It is likewise for the first time actually made knownSt Louis Re- publIc OldTime nanqued The most expensive dinner which can be prepared not including the wine Jist can scarcely be made to cost more than 20 The best chefs agree that this sum wH be sufficient to secure the delicacies of the season whatever they may be prepare them in the most artistic manner and leave a fair margin of profit The very expensive dinners usually include some one dish which alone serves to double or triple the price At a dinner recently served in New York a dish of woodcocks brains was provided which cost as much as the rest of the dishes combined It is common besides to run up the price of a dinner by providing very costly menus anti favors arid by other fantas tic devices which cost fabulous sums The menus are sometimes engravedon gold The most elaborate dinners are usually eaten in from two to th ce hours In contrast with tIns the great Roman feasts usually ran from sunset to daylight X Y World rnrndUe Paddinjr ripeplneapplcupful of brc crumbs half a cupful of sugara pInch cf salt and the grated rind of haifa lemon jand clear juice of one PutMn a buttered pudding mold and tie down with a buttered cloth Boil one hQur and a unhand serve hot Ladles World Good Idea Abandoned About 100 years the useof starch for stiffening tIme frjllsarbund the neck was considered highly reprehensible if not positively sinful Chicago Chron icle RRItu JJlB Ljtaiiii Russias Asiatic possessions are three times the size of Englands but bold only 2300QOOQ Snhabitants as compared 1I1fJecisoN4 JUsbwMlJrir A1kl I L 4ia F 0 UXCLtsAMs FIGHTER fTkeT Ar IrolulbIT More umrOuL Than ThoKo of AnT Other Nation I l Kflttfetable of tlie armed strength of countries it is customary to put Russia first among the nations of the w o pildiersa second reserve of 1375000 bringing up the total number of available sol lb ers on a war footing to about 5100 as against SOOOOOff in Germany 1800000 in France 250000 in Italy 1000000 In AustriaHungary anti 1100000 itt Turkey But a recognized authority among military men the France Militaire of Paris in a recent issue disputes the correctness of the popular belief that Russia can put In the field the largest array of time world in time of war and says The United St fr thomfoot forces in peace but in time of war their permanent contingent would form the nucleus of the vastestarmy of th esePrior to the beginning of the San ti ago campaign and the stirring events of a year ago at Manila it was not usual to include the United States in any computations of available armed itrength the nations of Europe being compared only with each other in this regard But as the quotation from the Frelich military journal shows in all computations of available military strength the United States must now be reckoned asa factor and a very little computation shows that the view of the French military paper is very early correct In the first place in all authentic estimates of the available fighting strength of European countries soldiers of every grade are Included in the general total whereas the American total is made up only of the regulars In the permanent service of the Unted States and without any ref erencehnteer to the national guard which corresponds to the first reserve and outnumbers the regulars in tIme proportion of ten to one The number of able bodied male residents in different countries Is put nt 20OOO00Q in Bus sia 12000000 in Germany 10000000 in Austria 9000000 in France 8500000 i n Great Britain 7500000fn Italy and 000000 in Spain By the federal census of 1S90 the umber of residents of this country in the category of males between 18 and 44 years both included was 13230000 Since then the population of the United State has increased 20 per cent according to the most reliable estimate The actuary of the treasury estimated the population of the United States on June 1897 ns 72807000 and by next years census there is very little doubt but that the total population will be shown to be 75000000 an increase of 12000000 over nine years ago and the milltnryIIn the United States the number of physically disqualified persons incapa mnterlnJlyI bycivilianstical military rule thus taking from the number of those available for mili o t employf44 years is put generally as the maxi mum age for soldiers the majority of the commanders and many of the officers as well as the rank and file are above 44 Everything considered it is probable that Uncle Sam could on a pinch put more troops in the field for a finish fight than any other country in the worldN Y Sun IN A CURIOUS WAY Tale of the Strange Killing ot a Georgetown Negro Many Y 1cnrsThe old Georgetown market stood where the present one now is at the foot of Potomac street overlooking the then new Chesapeake and Ohio canal The fish stands were where they are now at the rear end of the buildingt and I was quite a small boy carrying the family market basket for my father n Saturday mffrnings when I did not havc4o go to school One morning we went down to the market as usual and stopped at the fish stand A man named Scott who kept one of the stands was cleaning fish and my father asked him if he had any good fish Yes sir said he Heres some good perch There was a colored man a free ne gro named lienI never knew of his having any other name sorting over some more fish at an opposite stall and he picked up a bunch and called out to my father Yeres some heap bettrn dem Mister Mason Dese yere win ketched las night Scott said Shut up nigger and turning to father said Dont pay no attention to him sir These here is fresh fish and i know Ben caught his JThedays it did not do to talk too freely to a white man and Ben only muttered myfishScott swung around with his knife in his hand and shouted Did you call me a liar rigger yerefishgrowled the black fisherman Scott did not say a word but dropped hlsrighthand 1lnglengtl1IseThen he gave his forearm a vicious smack with his left hand and the knife flew through the air as if it had been shot out of a gun1htnegro was standing fully 30 feet away at his own stall He had nothing on the upper part of his body but a thin cotton shirt and the knife striking him on the left breast went in up to the hilt I think from the way it flew it would have paneljustThe negro newer uttered a word but dropped ns dead as if he had been shot with n rifle I hardly think Scott intended to kill him for killing even a free negro in those days was not a lawful amusement Anyhow Scott es raped in the excitement and was not heard of again for 20 years As Ben va ut a slave and therefore nobody was fuancially injured by his death there cnpturealways remained vividly jn my memory p thl most remarkable example of WashlngtOI Keep In TnMch ivllb the World Men grow uafrow because they da not live in sympathy with the timer they grow hard because they keep the world outside they lose In spiritual force because they keep that iorce under in their dally life Every day wit nesses to the life lived the preceding day this must be so for life is cumu lative either in good or evil there is no blank Consciously or uncon sciously this force is working for good or evil stagnation is death When we realize thlsto the full we strive to compel attainment When we look upon each day asap rIodby itself we become the playthings OftimeDe trolt Tree Press Commercial WlwJera We never had any trouble getting women to look in at outf show win down Why Lookat the big mirrors te have it in 1 rhlitoW51IcjAtCItiap a Jq t9 ll IIa ci jj MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS DuringQueen VictoriasTcignfthere hive been 17 American presidenjtB J TheVpopulatibriof the earth ilsestij mated to be about 1500000000 In 1898 it was 1485703000 It is said that on every voyage ofn firstclass ocean steamer about 3000 eces of glassware anti crocicry are oken In 1SSO Germany imported eggs to the value of 3500000 In iSOS The mount was nearly trebled Russia provides 90 per cent of them According tOft text book quoted by the Lancet twins occur once in 89 births once in 7910 births and qthuadrupletsonceAll the funerals in Paris are con ducted a s dieate which h trasness There is a regular tariff of rates a firstclass funeral costing c 400 and e cheap or ninth class c 1 The bridge nt Gloucester connecting the Midland tnciGre t Western railaway stations Is claimed to be the long t It clIsand the longest span is 136 feet The girders average in weight 20 tons eaell though the one supporting the span mentioned is 26 tons That delightfully fragrant and grace fulllower the lily of the valley isdei nounccd by the German papers as under its simple beauty veiling a deadly poison It is stated that both thfe stalks and the flowers of this lovely plant contain prussic acid It is extremely dangerous to put the stalks into ones niouth as if the sap happens to get into even the tiniest crack in the lips it produces swelling often accom panied with severe pain It is also adovisable not to throwthe dead flowers where birds can get at them for they often caUse the death of young fowls and pigeons A FATEFUL DAY Record of Some Important Events Which Occurred on the nine teenth of the Moutli The nineteenth day of th month seems to have been selected by fate as the day for important happenings The- following list shows a few of them Nero was banqueting in Naples on March 19 OS when he learned of the revolt that was to end his areer Sons of the American Revolution in New York gave an anniversary banquet March 19 1SOS at which the principal speeches were notifications to Spain of retribution in store The Oregon sailed from San Francis co to join the Atlantic squadron on March 19 1S98 at Cadiz A flprilBeginning of intercolonial war April 19 1754 First blood revolutionary war April 19 1775 First blood civil war April 19 1861 Concurrent Cuban resolution passed April 191898 V United Colonies of New England formeda 10 1G43 lllmorablc dark day May 19 17SO Cervera arrived at Santiago May 19 189S Agulnaldoarrlved at Manila May 19 1 irUnitedgress June 191777 War with Great Britain declared June 19 1812IMaximilian executed June 19 1EG7 Bartholdi statue arrived in New York June 19 18S5 Burning of JulyJp G4 Battle of Armada began July 19 1588 9iFrancoPrussian war began July 19 1870 Paulus Hook captured August io 779 iosv Guerrierre captured August 19 1S12 SamtogaSlptember Battle of Chiekamauga firstday September 19 1SG3 September SeptemberCornwallis army surrendered October 19 1781 Napoleons army refreated from Mos cow October 19 1812 Earlys army destroyed at Cedar Creek October 19 1804 Cincinnati Enquirer An Unnamed Hero npplleationsforStella disaster was one touching in its revelation of a deed of heroism The t pimervessel Both were about to perish when bboating the side to find room for his daughter One man of whose identity there is absolutely no trace instantlyEtepned ladyJOcurryingunknown rescuer How beautiful anonmltYteemsgrandeur of his death Nothing would have been gained by knowing his name A man capable of such a deed wants no mortuary honors nor the local habi tation of a monument lIe belongs to the infinite of greatness and his fit tinggrave5s the sea London News Objected to the Cnvnlry One of the famous practical jokers of the British navy 50 years ago was Lieut Jack Hatliom He was officer of the watch one day and at that time it was customary for the guard to present arms to the oflicer commanding the vessel whenever he left or boarded the ship As the captain was going through the ceremony he said Mr Ilathorn I am tired of this guard Dont call it again when I come back Hathorn did not but he managed to surprisethe captain quite as thoroughly When that dignitary came over the side on his return he found 20 marines down on their hands and knees with swabsscrving them as manes and tails with sailors on their backs vwith cut lasses drawn Hathorn explained that as the old fashion had proved so tire some a reception by cavalry might be welcome For this bit of pleasantr Lieut Ilathorn was dismissed from the service Golden Days A Ilnnhfal Lover A bashful lover wished to make a proposal of marriage but his courage failed him and he induced his sister to Decouie an intermediary lie remain lug outside the half close door hidden but within earshot to learn the result lt was not favorable The fair one isaueily tossed her head and replied Indeed now if Im good enough to1 e married Im good enough to be nxedI t1blsEnquirer Cruelly Scientific The famous chemist Kalimeyer has a seenewith his wife who finally bursts into tears Your tears dont have any effect with mefot what are they A mighty small percentage ot iro phorous salts and a trace of chloride of sodium all Vhe rest is water Lns tige Blaetter Hew it Happened Uncle Thats strange You say that ryon do not frequent the saloon and your dog always wants to go In t Student Hu is Acquainted wjthtl dogof another student and he isalw i 5 to be found ihere Meggeodorf It IMtkr i JuarftATittm 12 34 yti tr1J p t FLAGS ON CUBAN VESSELS 4 7American Colors with DUtlBcUvc 5iWllnS1aitipIng MaT Me taedC fiJ1owinSUnited States flag by Cuban shipown ers Officers of the customs in the island at Cuba may authorize the clearance under a permit for foreign ports in the United States of vcsselsowntd prior to and owned at the tithe of clearance by citizens of Cuba January 1 1899 by residents of Cuba under distinctive sig nal and coasting permit of Cuba Such essels may fly the American flag above e distinctive signal solely for the purpose of indicating that the govern ment of the United States pursuant to eaty has assumed and will discharge t obligations that may under inter nationallaw result from the fact of theooccupation of Cuba forThe protection of WInpermit officers of the customs will advise masters of owners that theIearance under permit dnd tIme e flag of time United States hereby authorized do not confer upon such essel any rights or privileges which are conferred upon vessels of the United States by the statutes or treaties of the United States The rights and privileges of such vessel as to entry clearance dues charges etc in foreign ports and in ports of the United Stutes will be de termined by laws of the country in which the port may be situated Such vessel upomi entry into a port of the United States will be subject to the provisions of sections 2497 42J9 and 4225 of the llevised Statutes and such ther laws as may be applicable The form and manner of the issue permits provided for in this paragraph shall be prescribed by time secretary of war Tariff circular No 71 dated Wash ington May 23 1899 is hereby rescinded The circular repealed is the tem porary ortlerIing Cuban vessels the right foreign ports the same privileges being carried in the present order Acting Secretary Meiklejohn has is sued the regulations necessary to put the order into effect They provide as follows That clearance permits must be signed by the commanding general and collector of customs In Cuba and issued only for purposes of legitimate trailc under bond of ten dollars per gross ton to prevent abuse of the flag privileges and secure compliance with the rules Arms and ammunition maybe carried only under special permit No statute or treaty rights conferred upon vessels bearing the United States ag are conferred upon these Cuban v whose rights in ports of thepUnited States and of foreign countries will be determined by the local laws Extra tonnage dues one dollar per ton will be incurred in the United States The permits are to be deposited in for eign ports with the United States consul there as in jibe case of American ships and uponreturning to Cuba they thall be surrendered to the collector nnd if conditions have been iflet they shall be canceled Otherwise time ship shall be detained lenalties not ex ceeding ten dollars per gross ton may e imposed for misuse of the flag andsorfelture also may follow Washing ton StarhCARDPLAYING STORIES Women GanililiTx Who Must Ilnve Heidi Perfect tiullcn inlThe lnis One of the roost notorious female gamblers of the eighteenth century was Miss Pelham the daughter of the prime minister She not only ruined herself at cards but would have beggared her sister Mary us well had not their friends intervened and insisted on the sisters separating Horace Valpole gives a pitiful account of poor Miss Pelham s iittingupout a woman losing hundreds a night nnd her temper andbearing her head Another writer says that the unhappy woman often played with the tears streaming down her cheeks Lady Mary Compton an old maiden lady a contemporary of Miss Pelhanj and like her addicted to gambling ntj the same propensity to tears When she lost we aretold she wept b itterlyfnot for the loss itself she was careful to explain but for the unkindriess of the curds Both lathes when luck went against them lost their tempers ns did many others anti among them Sirs Cure The actress after her retirement from the stage lived at Twickenham in n cot age lent her by Horace Walpole The lace had then a for lardf aourtorhoodimnto terms drawn for time game of quadrille They were accustomed to assemble at each others h lousesthe month tacit in turn gave n grand party A relative of one of the ladies has left an account of one of these functions at hich he was present Mrs Chive was one of time guests and happened to have for her opponent an old lady with very white hair who in the course of the game displayed two black aces Thereupon Mrs Cure flew in a rage and screamed Two black aces Here take your money though I wish instead I could give you two black eyes you old white crmtlTemnple liar WEDDEDIThe ItccorttM of Ill Marriage Leave Much to Conjecture nlto time House Although one of the most interesting vents in Washingtons private life his wedding has been comparatively neg lected by the majority oT his bjogra phers It is generally agreed that the ceremony took place on the Gth of January or the 17th of January new style 1759 But as to whether it was performed in St Peters church in New Kent county or at the home of tIre bride known as time White house there is a wide variance of opinion The weight of local authority is against the belief that it occurred in the church nor is there any record in the church indicating that the couple were married there although its rector Rev Mr Mossom who liad been in time pulpit for 40 years solenmnized time contract On the other hand those who insist that thden gyman officiated in the churph point to accounts tlipt Washington rode on horseback on the day of time wedding and that the pair were attended by a bridal cavalcade ns evidence that there was a journey between the church and the home of the bride This however is offset by time conjecture that1hecavr alcadewVfs escorting the couplejmmedi ately after tiieirurarrlage toMrs C t house in the town of Willfamsburg Into Mount Vernon and that they were repairing thither to spend the honey moon Willam Periine in Ladies Home Journal An It Xooked o Him Its very singular said the ohservr ant boarder that plenty of girls bwt nom n are gettingmarried this year1 What do you mean demanded th cro Kjyed boarder A woman caajt ge rharried unless there Is a mas to marry her Well I dont read nil the detail the weddings in tire society cefcraHc butl know that the headlines spe ik atsout June brides while Thavcnsetij the first nitration of n groom Pittsburgh Chronicle TeII 4 fr sceeyov1a ALt M PUMGIMT PARAGRAPHS r1Duty dear cousin haireflypu nanny iflcbts No I can almost marry for F iove Fliegende Blaetter l see villainy in your fcc said a Judge to a prisoner May it please your honor said the latter that la a personal reflection Metropolitan Of Course The Count1 loaf youl I vouldmarry you The GirlYes- utb it takes two to make n bargain count Sairtalnly I will see your father tomorrow Yonkers States man Conditional Little EdgarP la the a in Colorado pronounced as in maiden or as In gladden FaIt all depends on whether you want to makeS Colorado rhyme with dado or Chicago TimesHerald Shelhi grant that your income ould be enough for us to marry on If nly you didnt have such expensive fads He VI Expensive fads hat expensive fad have I She for one Lustige BloetteroHonest DealerEs a good oss But roust tell ycr es one fauites a lit tle givin ter runniu away with yer C lientIf thats all hell do splendid ly That last horse I had of you was given to running away without me Punch Spaccr1 believe that If Shakes p eare were alive at the present tinu nnd trying to live by his pen in London the comic papers would reject many of his best jokes Humorist I know it I have tried em nmilBoston Tray elerI saw a statement in the paper that a German manufacturer has sold an aggregate of 3000000 thermometers said Mr Manchester He must be very rich It depends upon when he sold added Mr Birmingham How Is that In winter thermometers are down while in summer they ire upPittsburgh ChronicleTelegraplmt BIG STORE OF STATIONERY The Department at Juitlce Conduct a Wholesale Jiusineas la Writ lag Materials The department of justice runs one of the biggest stationery concerns in the country said a clerk of that de partment Ue have to do that to sup ply the various officials of the depart ment throughout time country Not many years ago our stationery bureau was used solely for tIre benefit of this immediate department Judges clerks of courts marshals dnd other officials throughput the country purchased their supplies from stores in their ctes and towns and sent us the accounts to pay By this method we paid the retail price for everything We found this would not do as the highest prices were aid for Under our e fatmeat coming under our department makes requisition on us for supplies and we send them at little cost most of the time by mail As we buy everything at cost prices we save to the govern ment thousands of dollars each year over time old method of doing business We carry a stock worth at least 6000 at nil times and all time judges marshals clerks and others send to us for their pencils writing paper etc Its funny too what strange fancies ome of them have For instance there is a certain western judge who wont ave anything else but a red pencil which is peeled oft when it is sharpened We carry this pencil in stock for no other person as not many others have ver taken a fancy to it I suppose he oses or misplaces all the other kinds of pencils but finds this one to his liking because he can easily see it Bight here in thin District of Columbia is a judge who listens to arguments with six pen cils in his hands He rolls these be tween Iris fingers while he is busy and never has less than half a dozen He is not particular about the kind of pencil he has Other officials have peculiar das about the kinds of paper pens and nk they want and they will have no other Thus you see we carry a more varied assortment of goods than a sta tionery store Washington Star POPE FOR A DAY Ieos Successor Will Reign forTwen trKour hours Hut Will Jfot lie Galled Voile When Pope Leo XIII tiles his immedi ate successor will be Cardinal Luigi Oreglia camarlingo of the Roman Cath die church He will not be called pope but according to the laws in force he will be acting pope until time new pope is elected Time Vatican regulations decree that the election of the new pope cannot take place until after time burial of th atepope which takes place ten days fter his decease In many instances he election is not complete for weeks or months so that tIme camarlingo may enjoy his papal power for a Jong time Leo XJlI held the position of camar ingo when he himself was elected to the pontificate but it does not seen possible that his camarlingo will sue ceed to the papal throne It is the ca marlingo who formally declares tlie pope dead after tapping his forehead three times with the silver hammer Jle It is who breaks the seals and ring of time fisherman and then as sumes the direction of the apostolic see until tire new pope is chosen Time camarlingo presides over the sa t gheof the place of meeting so that none can enter or go out save with his con sent When the election is concluded he asks the new pontiff what namebe intends to take And alter he hasre ceived the salutation of time assembled cardinals it is the cnrdioalcamarlingo who places on his finger lime ring of the fisberman He is in fact the actual successor of the pope even though temporarily Cincinnati En quircr I NO MORE OAK FLOORS The Tlmlter Snppljr In Font Fnlllnjj and SubKlllnle Are Needed Xo more oak floors at least for ordi nary mortals in this part of the world That is what time experts are saying now They announce that the supply of fine pak timber east of the Missis sippi is practically exhausted by reel less cutting Nor is there any remedy in sight True groves of oak scrubs have started np in many places which if let alone would in time furnish n fresh supply But most of these arc being recklessly destroyed by forest fires Their pros pective value seems not to be appre dated Fume oak timber jyuntgoursestillbe obtained from English oak in particular is excellent but the cost puts it out of thiruestion for any but the richest Thom who could have mahogany and rosewood If they wanted it can jof course procure oak but that is small comfort to householders of moderate means Bulders therefore are looking about for a substitute Our forests abound ritu 8SUv birch and other kinds of tim her that are fairly satisfactory but one of them is quit can equivalent for good oak X Y WofJJ SpclalUtle Plaiti la Prase At Roubalx one ol the socialist strongholds of France the 13000 pub lie school children rai vc free food MM clothing at the cxps of tEetows Chicago Chronicle The SakI at Germany publish about 20000 a year iraMti1eee Italy qi soi a UMsd It 5boul r LtLF IL a ir 0 ORIGIN OF WHISKY GAP the waters of Zti Sjprla Produce Intoxication AJaoajr 44oldtcrs Camped There One of tbc historic places in the west is Whisky Gap Wyo The oldtime dwellers of mountain and plain the men who fought Indians and hunted buffalo out west during the overland trail days of the e rly60s have shrugged their shoulders with satisfac tion nt the mention of Whisky Gap for nearly 40 years This Is the place ac cording to tljeir belief where real fire water gushed up out of the rocks In a beautiful mountain to quench he thirst df n whole compnnyof Uncle ams trained Indian fighters It was nothing but pure spring water they say A veritable fountain of youth Whisky Gap received its name in 1862 during the building of the overland stage route from Denver to Salt Lake City and the Pacific coast It happened in this way Time people f Denver had long been working to se cure the regular overland stage route then connecting the easfand west In 1862 Ben a veteran m flanoverland line and he agreed upon a route running through Denver to the west He decided to discontinue that part of the road running up theNortli Platte and the Sweetwater rivers and across South Pass Wyo The many In dian difficulties experienced on this route was the inducement to abandon it The new trail led by wily of Jules burg Col to Denver and on over the established wagon road ttf Fort Lop ton and north across the Laramie plains then due west through Bridge water Pass Wyo joining the old trail leading across the country to the Pa cific coast The change was made dun ing the summerof 1S62 All the rolling stock horses and other property of he company were gathered at the slim ion just above Devil Gate in central Wyoming Company A of the Eleventh Ohio cavalry with Maj OFarrell In command was the detailed escort at the time During the first tiny the long train of coaches wagons horses and mules made 11 miles from the station where the property had been gathered The route chosen was directly south iron t ehelected was in a gap In the mauntains where there was a fine spring and plen ty of wood for cooking purposes Short ly after going Into camp the major dis covered that quite a number of his sol diers were intoxicated and he at once sent for Lieut W II Brown who was officer of the day and informed him of the condition ot many of thf men and gave it as his opinion that some one was selling whisky in the camp The command was doing escort duty not only for stage stock and stores but also or a number of emigrants who had availed themselves of the opportunity for safe conduct over time plains Lieut Drown received orders to search all wagons and if he should ails cower whisky to destroy it Taking a corporal and three or four men he corn menced tIre search for the contraband article and found at least a barrel of whisky In an emigrant wagon The of fleer ordered his men to roll the barrel out of the wagon knock in the head and empty the contents on the ground This was done but itchanced that the spot where the whisky was emptied was just above the spring and the fiery liquid went pouring down into time wa ter supply of the camp The soldiers saw what was going on nnd they rushed forward with cups canteens buckets and camp kettles to save what they could of time coveted spirits Many a man stopped oVcr time spring and drool almost without breathing until liewas drunk A half hour later tire intoxi cant was showing its effect pretty gen emIly around the camp and soon but few sober men could be found One sol dier who had succceeded in getting n full canteen from the spring paid his respects to Maj OFarrell at the head quarters tent assuring his command ing officer with maudlin rosin and many a hie that that was the finest werbestI Maj OFarrell was apprehending an attack from the Indians that night and time condition of his then fairly disheart ened him He saw nt a glance that even a small band of savages could make a successful raid on his camp conse quently the sober and less intoxicated men were kept on the alert that night Fortunately no Indians put in nn ap pearance and by morning the de bauched men had slcptoff their intoxi cationThus the gap in the mountains where the camp was made received the name of Whisky Gap For many years it was the favorite camping place for the more credulous of the old freighters and emi grants of the trail days but the little spring was neverji fountain of youth as it had been In the old days whet firewater gushed up out of the rocks to quench thp thirst of a company of United States soldiers Chicago Times Herald FORESEE THE PLAGUE It Ha Heen Noticed That tUrdiFle a front the Approach of the Asiatic resilience There are several instances on record of birds deserting places attacked by cholera In 1834 on the appearance of cholera at Malmo in Sweden the jade daws and sparrows all left theplace a anti did no come back Until it had gone During nn outbreak of the same disease it Kurachee in India in 1846 it was particularly remarked that the vultures kites and other birds of prey which are very numerous In that part of the world entirely disappeared almost simultaneously with time beginning of the outbreak returning gradually after the first few days when the virulence of tIme diseases began to abate The be lief is almost universal among the natives of many parts of India that kites always desert a place attacked by choleraand the return of these birds U regarded as an infallible sign thatthe attack line begun to pass off It is ro pprtedagaln that Mauritius when the cholera appeared at Pdrt Louis the martins all disappeared anti remained away as long as the epidemic contin ued The reason for this action on the part of the birds is not known Pot sibly the peculiar state of time afmos phere which Is favorable to the develop ment of cholera or the emanations from the ground which some say are the originating cause of an outbreak ICbirdsavoid it Thucydides mentions tintIt birds were very scarce about Athens during the year of the great plague 430 B C Cincinnati Enquirer Shooting Clap Ilvgs Through IresThe tallow candle which is shot through a door must hide its nead be fore a seven antI a half ounce plig of clay which has been so fired as to per i forate an Iron plate an inch thick The velocity of the clay plug was tremen doust It has been estimated that the speed necessary must be over 1800 feet a second Experiments of this kind were conducted by Capt Cooper Key of the British army at the Royal arsenal A special gun was employed mytiitediameter were used Eventually oe of these plugs went through a cMtir plate one inch thick from a kt Bc of not mono tfcwi 25 feetYY WarM j INltHfer The Bank Pre MaVArejrwi w ee the enshierbu k t fetor h a yacht Tie ConiMeattal MvlerXe lwvi Imps we hail better tee eW Mi fccr rg k1 SCIENCE AND INDUSTRYP at In five years American trade with Australia In leather goods has quad rupled According to chemical anaylsis 15 parts of the flesh of fish have about the same nutritive Value as 12parts of boneless beef The oldest German coal mines were first worked In 1105 They are near Worms England did not begin to mine it coal until the fourteenth century A reasonably active roan walks a bOut 297200 miles more than ten times the earth circumference in si years just trotting about iris house and office The rapid destruction of the spruce forests of the eastern United States may be realized when it is understood that one daily paper used the growth on 22acrcs in two days tIme wood liar ing been reduced to pulp and turned into paper Jt is a common experience among mountain climbers to find butterflies lying frozen on the snow nod so brit tle that they break unless they are very carefully handled Such frozen butteries on being taken to a warmer climate recover themselves and fly away Six species of butterflies have been found within a few hundred miles of the north pole- Aluminum has just been used for the Construction of n new fireproof curtain fo be used in time opera house Itcsanron Tire curtain is 60 feet wide by 54 feet high and its total weight composed of aluminum sheets onetwelfth of an Inch thick will be 4000 pounds hail xhcct iron been teed instead of tIme lighter metal the weight would have increased to 11000 pounds The enterprising city authorities of a small northern borough have born trying the experiment of sprinkling a street with sea water They find that such water binds time dirt together be tween time paving stones so that when it is dry no loose dust is formed to be raised by the wind that sea water docs not dry so quickly as fresh water so that when salt water has been used one load of it is equal to three loads of fresh water Time salt water which is deposited on tIme street absorbs took tare from the air at night whereby the street is thoroughly moist during time arly morning and line time appearance of having been freshly sprinkled AGUINALDOS SOLDIERS Tbe Little Filipino nod Their SinS od of FlnlitliiK Uncle Sum Soldiers This little black man who is causing us the sumac kind of trouble that the boy experiences with a hornets nest cannot be understood in n clay When captured he acts as if hula lot had fallen among old friends He grins and points beyond our skirmishers seeming to think that the aspect of his fleeing trymen is n huge joke Time next min ute but give him the chance he is likely to send a bullet into an Americans back For such an offense Muj Grim Anderson once had n Filipino strung up to a tree on the spot this being the only American military execution thus far recorded in time 1hilippines A giant private of the Mont anas chose a different method When he was fired on at a distance of about ten yards and missed he caught his enemy took his gun away from him and then laid him across his knees After he lund vigor ously applied a piece of bamboo he seized the enemy by the sent of tIme trousers and threw him toward time rear rherr he said Dont you let me catch you playing with firearms again Time little black mans confidence in the European rifle has waned In the beginning he thought that he hind only to discharge his inn user at a white man and the white man was dead This led to the firing from the houses and time reckless chances which the Filipinos took at first when their losses were so great Now they apparently mire good after they are captured and they do not fire from houses Most of whatever their lenders know of military practice they have learned from the Spaniards They are as facile in imitation as the Chinese Their buglers now do our calls as well as their own By watching us they found out that they have been firing too high and now they are try ing to fire low They succeed until the volleys from our skirmish line begin to pour in Then they cringe too much in their trenches to aim on a level Their trenches of the Spanish type are built under cover at strategic points which admit of easy defense and retreat with tire smallest possible exposure once time Americans advance On a wall above the line of one insurgent trench were 16 abrasures by bullets in a space two feet by one Such music ns was played there is disconcerting The little black man will not remain to hear it after our men Ore within 200 yards At running he is easily the Americans superior Ills bare feet never get sore He has no clothing to impede his progress except cotton shirt and trousers He knows the bypaths antI the fords of the streams Hut he feels that it is very un fair of us to make him retreat We are not practicing warfare as he un derstands it at all What is the use of rifles that will shoot 2500 yards if you are going to try to catch the enemy with your hands Aguinaldos officers are highly in censed about our artillery it is said f they have no guns we ought to use none and if they have three or four or five we ought to use only three or four or five as the case may be What has happened however was to have been expected after we refused to fire back and forth between trenches in the moonlight Thtch is the only kind antI gencjous method of making war in the tropics In the march to Malolos our mm marched and fought all day under the beating sun slept on the ground swam rivers and did everything which It was supposed by the natives that white men mold not do They thought that w would not attempt to elmira them out of more than one of the intrench ments at a time and then rest at least a week after each effort A prisoner cx sayingThrrrrtmovement with his hands Frederick Palmer In Colliers Weekly Temperature of Diamonds A good diamond Is a good deal colder than an imitation and the lapidaries say that the best way to defect this dif ference in temperature is to touch the stones to the tongue Sapphires emer aids rubies garnets and other precious waythethan the imitation The lapidaries do not give a reason for the difference but it may be found perhaps in the greater density of the reaV stones which make them better conductors of heat Detroit Free Tress He Couldnt Help It I am astonished tohearyou say that Fraleman told you nil these things I gave them to him In strict confi dence cU Yes but he ay ytm told them to him during ypurilatc voyage to Eu MCV So I did but Chats that got to do with 1t Everything You cant expect a man to ep anything to himself on his yci1rflichM SeHUlu Xupof 1 think I willjkaveay whis kera ihaved off t Mrsipop reproachfully Why eliii elicits ihlnk you cotild be so Mlicl YOU know how baby lanes tspiu1iheuiiThei4ctyit 1k l n I u ro f t ttt1Jr j LLJ l sl =sWc EcIr tiJ fll as I2 4 ttC Iatjs + ti e tl rcl + I i f j i l + 4 CCI 81JJ S i ill you should and get or hu4PSRKECTtr tAn Exquisite Shoe Patent Kid Vamp Cloth Top with Silkworkea Eyelets Price 250f + +eTec 5t1f sh 5o oer 51es 01 10Y RIOE ARNOLDSuccessors RICE n eIl IlfI I lfreX I WATCH US Z777Z7 Our Great OneFourth Off Clear ing Saleis hOW goingon I Considered0 I Eveithinghts lind the botton knocked out Suits Odd Pants Underwear Shirts ffl Hosiery Shoes Hats in f fact everything in the house I has been 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CHICAGO ILL A Treatment That Cures Cancer No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Suffering No Detention From Business No Thinner No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured methodshprttllrIhisdlsceryl ctrslTnnlors Goitre and Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrible OValIifvtiim important medical dlstonr nuN new treatment w the re ulf of a tlior cngii scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the moilrigid scien tifl principles FEMALE DISEASES protklcncyininalo suUrera1l discoveries of recent tlnti for tha cure of malignant diseases is due to the great inerease of cancer of the womb mid female breast A well equipped haniiarinin empluved by him at JOG Court etwherp laiN entire tune in devoted to fenmlo siif NN and nVHligniitit IliSpJM If suflVrlng from any peculiar to women or any manner ofmalicnant growth oreore opilionIrtj rU t r iotJ Coart rest n rJt 1 q v l j r t J rf li 1 i i1k lj ri i L The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 12 I89 Dr Hobson Dentist Rain is needed very much Rjchmond Fnir August 14 Balloon ascension at the fair See local strayed uiaro elsewhere in this issue See the cutprices of Covington Mitchell on llret panefeIIae you been in Stouflers lIm store on Main street If Stouffer hns moved to Main street next to John G Taylors tf Alton King shot by Wm Turpin on court day is not seriously wpunded Full line of road wagons and boa giesat JIicoixs IUXONS myH5t Finest line of neckwear in the city at Stouffers new store Main street tf hoforCounty Teachers Examination and for appointees to the State College will be held July 2122 Stouffer took more than 100 mess palltsNeStouffer Fella more clothing for clothierNewA beautiful Chickering piano mode thGThe hallpage ad of Covinglon Mitchell on first page is full of low cut price extra special sate bargains ZARNGWants to buy Julyl2tf Stouffer has taken more measures for suits to order this spring than all the rest combined New store Main St If fj A yAKilNU uy12tftimMrs A D Flora is at the Infirm ary a rest patient not ill at all as lisforeJerry Sullivan the J4montlisold child ol Mr and Mrs A C Wells died yesterday and will be buried today atin10 oclock asRobtweighing up lambs from various par ties in the neighborhood at eSpoutn pringsTitneaIcKiitley1Iobson you are not in thHobsonPdiawsuIslerrimacCaipWe are closing out all our in order to remodel our house Clothing ispricestore next door to Farmers National Bank tf Will store your wheat for half the advance or ZARING no charge it wheat de dines or he will store d1u17124fDr Goldstein the Louisville op tician will remain in Richmond atR ririmosetron000 cample summer emits anti vests just opened in nil the Iatet anti best styles at less than manufacturers jclothingMadison National Bunk tf Luther Ware of Danville won the wPulleyChampion being too heavily handi capped Time 52 minutes The advertisement of Beaumont College at llarrodsburg Kentucky thfamousof the tinebt girls school In tins mutt It has drawn its patronage front a whiti area of more titan thirty States ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Lake to tt o Gulf Among its faculty theie are tetichers of national reputation lbs equipment in the departments of literature mu le- art and elocution is simply superb Its methods in music are similar to those adopted in the best conservatories odAmerica nnd Europe There the Ice said to have a most lovely andre fined home with spacious grounds of S3 acres unsurpassed in America fiir beauty Good Buggy For Sale Any one desiring to buy a lirstclaes buggy cheap will iind annie by iiiqnir Ingnt this dike jlyl2tf For Rent Six rooms over Higgins Ellis gro eery store for lent fur oflicct or resident Apply to J T McUlJntock Richmond Kentucky e28tf Daughters Attention Mrs Piyntz requests the Daughters of the Ciiifedetsvy to beet lit her home on Friday morning at ten oclock Lackey Captured Ills Man James Lackey jailer of Madison county was in Ford the past week after quo of his jail birds lie caught his man Missing Diamond Ring At her uxaminlgg trial before Judge RIco Sara NibblutS colored charged with atenliug Mrs C S Powells haad souls diamond rillS was held over viicuit iwrt in fiyebOuU JhOhl fJ K t i i4 1 s IJ 1 i II7vs Soo As a XBOTK o ext I anwt j Stt1B one 8vTtvfttt 4 + +++++++4 + + + + I I 1 Fat Cattle Sales Mr J W Parrish sold last week mix ty five head of fat cattle nt 5 cents per pound N B Coy sold f1t one head at same price Benefit Picnic Big picnic at Slate Lick July 29 for InfirmarySieeches nnd Burnam Admission 25 cents Set Firs by Locomotive Sir Green Tnrley was damaged 22186 by fire caused by sparks from a 300teetof wheat slid a large straw rick For Chief of Police Mr Everett Berry is a candidate for Police Chief subject to the action ol time Democratic party Capt Berry is a popular officer large bodied large hearted and capable of filling the re sponsiblc position a ith satisfaction Pond Meeting House and Barnes Millne The native of Ihaboe neighbor ods willreadwith interest the article our supplement from time facile peimtof Governor sc plribesant history of the people thereof puJackonfPresbyteriani n augsinsured for about 6 000 llev Chas A Logan had just accepted a can to at church Oft For Franklort Alex Pencewhite who from jealousy killed Jim Smith at a Eiyearappeal nan sent to Frankfot on Wednesday last to enter upon his ten ear se tintenceknown to everybody in the county Extra Special Sate Undoubtedly tIe opportunity time ar is offered all those who wish to in cloths for men and boys in full its and odd pieces and we point to e great halfpage ad of that timetried an codM soitchellt of prices inOffice thchiefMtead of appointive by the council heretofore Two conucimen were present Messrs Pickels and Prow itt A reconsideration of the vote is ot itnjmrobabiegiThe Place to BuysuThe CMMAX earnestly invites atten choushowing reduced prices on imnmnei clearance sale Mr McKee is one of our oldest most honorable and most deserving citizens and his store filled with choice bargains Call on n int early and often1usiDlcdGoorge G Frazier brot or of Mrs Cat Snyder of this city thou at Law ronceburg yesterday at C oclock oliropsy age 35 years Burial toda utlgaltko and Messrs Jn SioulFer C U Chenauk Itichard Buckley and btesthai Firm Dissolved Mr Oldham Remains Mr It E L BirgerstaiT of the firm of Biggprstsifl OKlmin furniture has decided to move to Alt and lisa sold out his entire Interest in tho business to Mr Oltiuisinf Tile old HCiHiuuts and debts of time firm ill be settled by them as heretofore Oldham in now sole proprietor See dissolution notice PUBLIO 3ALfiplaletheou III he town of Irvine Kentucky Monday July 17 1SJM a nice house and lot on Muill Street Tim lioii e JIIIIiste try outbuildings lint lot is 40x150 feet rehldunce is located In theiKjht tart of time town 1leFnrflce or address MKS U THOMPSON Irvine Kentucky je28t Strayed or Stolen From Richmond on last county court ay a slim chestnut sorrel mare age 7 or 8 years about J or 15J hands high blind in left eve Bight eye is also af fected at times Small knot on her weathers caused by saddle Mare its d smouth spat saddle on whmi lust seen Anyone biinging or giving informa don as to her recovery will be liberly rewarded J WSAxncas Baldwin Mmiifon county Ky And Mr Combt Was Renominated In Madison It is very plujtciug to see that the members of the last legislature who made good records are oeing renomina ted throughput the State and those withbiul records have in nearly every instance been turned down There is promise tint the next Assembly will be splendid body and will carry out to the reforms promised in the plat form adopted at the Democratic State Convention We are ftin entering Iii era of mourn wholsoum egislution in Kentueky and wjthGoebeiin thee s enulvo ufllce the pwplri will realize wluit it means to have legislation and administration favorhblo to the masses antI tint the clHssehrOwenibord Mee HeDger Jv Vvtt ljtemNtquett1 ttittitli- emr tItlJ tlej J1 rrt d t jtiff20 4 e ON A FIRM BASIS RenRonsenouuh here why you should wear stylish tanel no SHOEStEvery pair of Shoes we offer in Mens Womans and Childrens are made on 6Yj the newest shaped lasts And every fromtA best manner And to make possession easy we sell to fit all pocketbooks lJJ JTeachers Institute The white teachers Institute will convene in this city Aug 7 and con mue five days Prof Alfred Livings ton of Somerset will Le conductor AH teachers of common schools who hold A state diploma state certificate or county certificate or who contem plate applying for certificate of quail fication to teach in the common schools of Madison county are requir d to attend all the sessions of the insti tute The colored teachers institute will begin July 31 antI continue five days Prof Frank Williams of Louis ville will have charg- eThe NonIrritating Cathartic Easy to take easy to operate Hoods Pills A strange negro was killed by a train nr Clinton JlioPe who live on farms are liable to many acrideiltal emits burns and IIIIIIICi1Iied Trice 23 and 50c Perry jy5lui The Datvsuii Herald has suspended blication ll RCLIEF cures antCUCMJ nmilToothsrhc honrStnmach Saamcr Cuuplaluta 1rlit 25 feuts aWhileWhat is time need of women propos when they can make men do it ti then fling it up to them all through life Si bavB used Chamberlains Cough CIiiely in my family fur years and al ays with good iexiilto says Mr W n Cooper of Kl Rut OtlIIur small Illiliuvii WI find it tf tllllv uimr ve For sale by Perry Thomas druggists julyolm BihlTiiat fellow has some very good ideas JiIIYes he must have a lot of briuht friends With a Catarrhal Affections of the throat or head or any pulmon ary ailment u sliuht cold or Ii hackinc mmit Ia serious thing to hlleil is itnelaytTarlioney will cure a cough or a cold one night It will remove this catar affection or pulmonary ailment and build up the tlsurssmipportimig- e lungs Every man knows some other man who is a little smarter than himselfbut liii doesnt like to admit To eradicate worms from the system the child plain iinnrii liidi food Whites Cream Vermifuce The re it will be the worms will disappear and time chili become healthy nnd perful Price 50 cents Perry antI Thomas jnlyClm Time only time a boy will carry a big basket without a protest is when it ron ti ming pie and cake for a picnic lunch Our baby hiss been continually trou sd with colic xnd cholera infantnm nce lila birth and all that we could door him did tint seem to civw more than temporary relief until we tried Chain oprlains Colic Cholera smith Diarrhoea heLive vou this testimonial amman evidence of our gratitude not that you need it m remedyLAWft Af y Perry Thomas drujrciits 1m halt i nr lives we sit up nights perfect ing plans to gut gold Tim other half we lie awake nights fearing someone ill rob us Substantiated Claims All claims for Dr Bells PineTar reportllIrolmthnspcoldw incipient conRiimption and all bronchial BfTeetlnns mire the diseap for whirh It IR ciinrnnteed to cure 25a at Ill good drmmggistatA man could makemoney with fire- ngers if he didnt have ten for it to slip through PhlMforS CUBAN OIL cures GUI Burns nmiI8Rhen matism nnI Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Jt Thomas successors to W G White The pleasure Inc talking too much is as short lived as that of eating heavily on a weak stomach What among human ills are moro umoyini than pilu Time afflictions that preVRtit active exercises are bad enough but one that makes even rest 111I10IJILItReyi Pile Ointment will euro time ni t obstinate es Price 50o in bottle tubes 75e PurryThoniHB JySlm How mummy men are nfraid of ghosts who seem perfectly fearUM in tlm pref ice if spirits To Curl a Cold in One Night take Dr 1lIIIIJint Tar 1I0Ile It clears the throat tviolhrs the bronchialK luul exhilnratts tilt ltitiiq 2oc lit all tmoiilruggits JTb runt no pac When a man in iojUred in a railway wreck lie first asks his doctor if he tan reloer and then lila lawyer antI about how much Persons troubled with diarrhoea will its interested in exporiehin of Mr W M Hush clerk til Hotel DlIrlu c Providence H I He fllllI uKor several I have been almost a constant Ijuiretr fiom Ularrhoen tim fiiijneiit attacks completely prostrating mile and rendering me unfit for my duties at llilK hotel About two years ago a traveling salesman kindly ipivtf IIIH small bottle of ChamberUmH Coli Oliulern and Diarrhoea Henieiiy Much to toy surprise anti dellirlit tin ellictH were iinnirtllate Whenever I felt syinputllis of tile dUeasu I would fin lily tl agilhwt tha attack with a Ky doses of fhill valnabltt rtnieuyi The result limIt been very fattefftctory nnd KlUiM BiiHplete relief tromi tilt nttlJrU lit i- yfl1ti Ntl 1illi- r i J 1 C Q tt c fi Cpji J 1it pj l J SIZILINI HOT I THE BusyBee Cash Stores fireat Clearance Sale to Good CsRsimere Knee Pants for children lie per pair Children Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee anti double seas all colors worth 75e per pair are yours in this sale for 39c BoyV Sl25Hinl 1M Knee Pant Suits In double breasted Itimid Iteefer styles neat and serviceable ages 3 to It UIB price in this clearance sale only SOc TB S U M HA LB LBA 1 1 IeiV icnid Cawimcro Suits well minnie in brown blue ry wntili mixtures nil sizes worth 5 0 and 7 will lie closet in this clearance sale at S218 Mens Finn Allwool Stmitft1 choice styles and qualities in single alid double breasted sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds scotches ninl clays every suit III the lot worth anil soul everywhere from S3 in SlJ take your choice and pick in this sale at StJ a S Men Extra Fume Dress Suits perfect tailored which 5 ed splictinn from several hundred f these fashion able tailorHindu garments worth from 14 to 15 they 50 in this sale at 848 1 I at Knee Long at F Such Fume mill in all width Fine Dress Goods Former price and will sale at 40c yard leserVed we in this smile to see Kut an snide pntirn store left tar clean our loss Pont fail attend this when you come mid save anti credit this is CASH SALE to irake anti cash to buy good with MT AND Circumstances Alter Cases In cases of catarrh rhoulali lII eruptions ciruumutances may purl fying enriching the bood Hoods Good and good digestion strong nerrert nimtl perfect health take place of these diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla is Ameri cas Greatest Medicine and the best that money can buy Hoods Pills sick- eadache Samson was strong whose lust act blou lat down the hotiFe Whites Cream Vermifuge not only eilectnally expels worms limit in tin equaled aot a tonic and is a certain mill cure lor and fever in children Price 25 cents Perry and julj5lui Its good memory touelimes ad mits of discreet forgetfulness Good Granny Nlscilf 88 years old living at Jnduiah Ky as hilt Bells is he hint trip cure cough and bronchial remedy that has been told during her life Inperfect and assimilation produce disordered niinlitiona of the nystem which grow and mire confirmed by neglect HerbiiiH gives lone to time You neednt stretch it to put quartz inn pint cup A grain of baud in time can cau PIJIIItriuthe torment The pain fs not conflnel lwtIyfeeisparticle It is so when is any de or disorder of the delicate womaniy organs Tim disorder seem trivial time whole hotly feels It The nervous system u disordered There are irritability sul leuness and spirits TIme ceneral health of woman depend mi uceiatiotiH bearing down painx anti other auctions ot wnmati and the whole holy Jeels PierroV Favorite Prescription is speciQi fur the IIi ea s that nf womitn It Is free from opiiuii cocaine nnd other narrotjiM poisons which enter into many other preparations for woinHnV use It makes weak women strong ami sick women well v 71 I 17fThey Fit The Feet as Nature cI0 MMii tQfiOOOO M 318 i Miller i F RICHMOND wild with excitement at the for which TilE BUSY BEE CASH STORE closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the people are in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were crippled in former offers will bekilled in this great sale The knife that was driven to the hilt willnow sink to the Every dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored No wonder disgruntled competi tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we are dishing out stand unequalled unmatched and incomparable iJ Boys Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild Buy ifll noys S2 00 mind 250 Knee Pant Knits go S119 Our S3GO I50 and 500 Pant Suits go in this sale at 209 all styles Cream of time Stock j Bitt Bovs Pants Cassimero Suits worth S3QO and 400 will disappear in thiA clearance sale Sl98 and SIO Long Pant Suits choicest assortment of fanny and plain worsted cheviots pkkoCIJANCESM Rtylishdressers NCY R M1 t 1 Rare Bargains as These in Shoes at75cRussia leather J3 anti I shoes they go in this sale at Jl 9 Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods Allwool 36inch wide Serjrei Henfrettas cheviot erects novelties ing reserved ii saleWaslhair ends worth 25c per pair are 100 In this sale One lot Qf Slippers for ladles in sizes 2S 3 and some 8s that note 1 I I Jainnads 1nplins manyfatiry weaves wool double 75c Sou pr yard bo slaughtered in this per Nothing CaretsbarpiiiiH are ollerini ask them III time big untouched this sale must ba reaching a sweeping and a great givoUIIVto sale MillsCamlotHrinu ttiiing your JASH for these bnriralns time a refusal of for aCLEARANCE room get fall J Very Respectfully weIi OZLDIIAM COMPANY GEORGETOWN djspep8ianervoncneR8 by and with Sarsapurilla appetite time cure biliousness a professional man permanent chills Thomas that Old Dr PineTarHotiey lung digestion digestiumiPrice eye e there rangement but fretfulness of nrgnlUlltpeuliKrIy the benefit DrI a time strength Intended Oxfords Jenness jS is is dwarfs our heart Goods J5igBoysf789 mm 111 naiLt SocIatSocperpatr RICHMOND STERLING A Chllil Kujnrs The pleasant flavor penile action and soothing effect of Syrnpof Eitswhen in need of a laxative and if the father or mother bo costive or bilious the most gramgyiiig rexultx follow is ue so that it is tIme heat family remedy known and every family plumid have a bottle FigiurupMen are somewhat like lhssoon as they think they are able to pet along on their own hook they are likely to get caught on someone elses Frerzin Vcathrr In July lossbutA vat amount of misery is caut at ltmmismverishmeml iii debility These cunditioim may he- remneilied by ei richinjr the tloi dmid- toiiini the stimmrliwlth tlnndH far tlllnlUPWtem simply bccaitsti of its wnnderful menver purify enrich ninl vitalize tliu blood rreate an appetite and in vijinrate tiif ljestiv ruction WI Ititnelldue will do ym more good titan n six = 1 TeSter SuitRheum and Kczciun The intense itching anti smarting lit i i ent to these discuses is instantly alkjvil by applying Chamberlains fyo awl Skin Ointment Many very bad liiKCii 4iIaa favorite remedy for sore nipplfs chapped hands chilblains frost bitca md chronic sore eyes 2C cta per bo Dr Cadyn Condition r wdors or just what a horse needs when in Lad condition Tonic blood purifier and t They aro not food but medicine and tho best in use to lint a M horse in prime condition Prico lj I enta per package 2liJMan once ate time cream but now they cremate tile man Is your liver lired Does it tail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call fI for help A few doses of llurbine may IiSome peopln are loral in thd way that a gadfly is liiynl 10 horf o iPIMfjsNlJBlAN TEAcuresflyspep IUI5sin Constipation anti Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry t Thomas succcwors to W a White J ESSmMTitER f1iF m JI OXFORDS j II ARE HEREh Finely In dIfsoft VELVBTTA Ind on strictly hygianife and atiatctmical principled they are the most comfortable adinomt perfect 61 fitting Oxfords yet devised for womans wear II FL1KE THE FAMOUS i QElnCSl u THEY FIT THE FEET AS NATURE INTENDED c 11 i3sa V IIf 7 1II I S i cr ioAll womera ll ealt TcnnessMm hQxfordsi With the nssuriincQ of cujoyingabsolutcjootdbuifort Only to be hadof us in tIns city ije z DOUcLASBRIGHTC tII2i7TEQJ1 MATS fLiEP tRrortMONOIKY f- iI c I I u f tg ffr w r nuJ 1 Ft t j Faded Pat faL iC fti 1 n 2 1 s Our Goods I s ANDe Our prices jCompel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 1PhiV ffi 3gy 9 it 9d F jllf- 3illlIDflDll mn1 j 1 The Indies cannot be tlecei ed b norYbombastic claims till we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test youbbuy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If soj trade with WniteAND GiDSOn I SNVRUP WHHosnalCO i Commission Merchants a U BOS fi ad Sn UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TKLEPHONE 7340- ESTAll information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign t your stock direct to us sept7ly IRO PSYCURED thousand with Have vegetable cured caes rallwl hopeless In ten days at leant twothird of nil Hymptoma remov nl TestitnoninlH and TEH DAYS treatment tire DR B B OREOS spas Box K manta Oa +++ + CALL AT4 + M 1 + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city the dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap StrJ J RICmiOND lit j IMU PIUM Aulw i u VW and Whlsk Flttti cured at home with pattlcularsBM WOOLLEY ce lOt North Igor St DR CAUDWEUU3 PEPSIpN Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Forary IIotio aN I Ball Bearings t fi ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS AUIRNIAJTGPSYRVP2 EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis Ind JULY SOS3 1899 f Only One Fare Round Trip Except that Iron potato within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one donor VI- ABIGtc is- FOUR Tickets will be on sale from all points July 194021 From points within 75 miles of Indianapolis on July 19 20 21 22 and 23 1899 Returning tickets will be good to leave In dianapolis to July 21th with a proviso that if tlcketa are deposited with Joint agent at In dianapolis not later than July Oath and pay ment of fee of cents at the time of deposit tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis to and including August 20 1899 For full information regarding tickets rates and routes and time of trains call on agents Big Four Rants or address undersljtned JE REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen Southern ARt Gen Pass k Tkt Agt WP DALE AG P Cincinnati Ohio EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who ban n good sound reliable carriage under him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well mado reliable ph tolls carriages runabouts whalebone speeders or road carlo that come what may on the roan his wagon nova will citfe way We havo one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertired binaries in Rich mood JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works 35 ECONOMIST RANGES Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADUE MITH i 1 REGENEROCOfl1PLETE Bliss I a TIis Great Lost Yhaaty Makes the Weak Slrsor FRENCr RElXEDYnow nlthln noy rrnrli of rtrry Amrrlrnnitay lruauunt Is ixisluvcty inuirunUtit to oir ortathr41 NW Jinn IhvIrnlJv IVrfrcl l Ilin refill reIntlnrlgorntyamtrestoresteU Spennstlorhaaiglrt oIfttIrnnr or f TnM cvcssnn Imllscrctlon which nnHts nrarUt tnow study or inarrlacc Jt Eu E CKO iciato to tSe root of the illxrasetlut a why rirr It liti9 n t rtr Tontr In the worl- dIhl Hwh Helves Vfmrunl Action awl rCTtorrs e7 of YoulX It 111 marrcloo Blood Turl tat h aty Lro iIzk Clarv rmm hark lr rhlntuJtOn bnlnI ItCCESCn atjvre fft jKnM do not effect n cure in a T tri xa tItItbo American Omceof f1P1J t 1JFflICAl Ct1825 Columbus W YORK Ar For ale in Richmond by Terry d Thomas Droggiats ept2tly 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE i I J rTRAM MARKS DESIGNS i COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a eketcb l1fcg 3 asay onr opmkm ae- lnveatlan taDroDaDlypeW taDla tbmmonlra entmuasteers talon k Dlaan k ratolH- Dellat wtra Rithoat abuse at tho Ittlft JllltrkalnDtr eetrnon of any m eras mir Nthnlitr 1 t-Ir t = iF P Vji Hems Yeir CMiBce SOBC Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 53 The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nut both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also furi nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates N THINa BUT DEATH Can Prevent Bryan From Be ing The Next Democratic Nominee For President CHAMP CLARK TALKS fLexiugtcn Herald Jnly 41 The Hon Champ Clark of Missouri who is to deliver one of the addresses Chautauqua today arrived Monday To the Herald reporter on being asked for an expression on tho national po litical situation he said OlIn my judgement Democratic pros pects have crown much brighter in the last ninety dots so much so that were the Presidential election held now we would win If things continue to go as they are now going Bryan will be elect ell hands down I say Bryan because while not yet nominated nothing ex cept death can prevent his nomination Instead of growing weaker with time he is stronger now than he was in 1896 The lova which the masses entertain for him is something wonderful At Mr Blands funeral I happened to walk just behind Bryan in tho procession be tween long rows ol peoplo If I saw ono man I Saw an hundred reach out and touch his coat as he passed by Who will run with him for Vice President Most likely Joseph C Sib leyaf Pennsylvania George Fred Wil liams of Massachusetts or John W Daniel of Virginia uAs to platform the situation is this The regular Democrats have the ma chinery in nearly every State and Ter ritory in the Union we know we are- right and we propose to use it in all legitimate ways for all Its worth We will not only reaffirm but readopt lit neratism et verbalism the Chicago platform of 1896 and add strong antitrust and antiexpansion planks Also planks strong as can be made against a large standing army and in furor of an income tax and of economy In the second year of Jeffersons administra tion Federal taxation amounted to only fifty cents per head In the second year of McKinleys it amounted to 1297 per capita It is high time a halt was called on this woeful waste Wont the Republicans also declare against trusts I guess they willbut it will be like the devil rebuking sin For this admin istration to do anything against trusts would be like a man murdering his mother or a mothec murdering her child either way you please for a Re publican stake and rider tariff created the trusts and the trusts created the Republican administration and the Republican administration is creating more trusts Why there are drummers enough now preaching an anti trust crusade to turn the government over to the Democrats if they vote the way they talk Then out of some 800 German American newspapers over 600 have declared against Mark Hannas new fangled policy of imperialism The Republicans cant carry a State west of the Alleghenies and north of Arkansas without thebulk of the German vote I am not a prophet or the son of a pro phet but I predict that if the Philip pines war drags along until this time next year the Republicans will nut even nominate McKInley but will nominate ReedNot only is the silver question not dead but the prospects that the Repub CongressWiltand another establishing the gold stand ard in terms Is helping us by broaden ing the financial issue placing it where it was in tho days of Andrew Jackson and the result will be the samerlhe people will win The very fact that Republicans are preparing such bills during a recess of Congress shows that they are liedging against tbo results of the next Prcsiden keepsbeeshandy to the hives He understands that to put flowers rich in honey where the bee can them with least effort means an- increase in the quantity and quality of hivesItPierces theomethrcine are to and stomach with the essential materials for body building in a concentrated and form They make the con ditions under which the Stomach and organs of digestion and nutritionmust work as easy as possible and so reduce strain and waste As the strength of the body is reestablished disease is thrown off It is due to this fact that persons with weak lungs obstinate cough bronchitis and diseases consumptionfind DiscoveryrDrIktttsGoldinMedialDlsrnvery is the best thai lever uied writes Mrs MHartrlcktofDemsterOswEKOCo N Y It is about years since my health to fall Last September I gave out entirely with what thelIycrtorsatd = raust not ride In feet Icoula not ride nor walkvpor hardly sit nUU coald not He on my right side I commenced taking the Golden forthreethosewhoThe Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser a book containing tis given away by the awtho Semfar Mailingilor ttw took b Atom Or fe VTflpw Jr t LIL AF K di ConSis robbed of its terrors by the Fact that the best med ical authorities state that H is a curable disease and one of the happy things about it is that its victims rarely ever lose hope You know there arc till sorts of secret nostrums advertised to cure consumption Some make absurd cliims We only say that if taken in time and the laws of health are properly observed SGOTTS EMULSION will heal the inflammation cf the throat dad lungs and nourish and strengthen the body so that it can throw off the disease 4 We have thousands of tcsli menials where people claim have been permanently this malady theyf alt druggists SCOrfDOWNE themists Kew aoa e e tial election They see the handwrit ing on the wall and they dont need another Daniel to interpret It Big Purses at Richmond Fair The Madison County Fair Association opens the following parses to close July 12 to be trotted during their Annual Meeting August 14 TIlE BANKERS STAKE 1000 Offered by four Banks Richmond for saddle stallion mare or gelding any Rite of which x00 is reserved for con solation Only horses that show in Bankers Stake and take no part of money will be allowed to compete in consolation Five per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from money winners Money divided 50 515 and 10 per cent No additional entrance will be charged for consolation and 5 per cent will only be deducted from first division 800 ol first show and 5 per cent only deducted from f200 consolation Should the above stake fail to rift reasonably well right reserved to declare off Entrance money refunded Rules of National Saddle Horse Breeders Association to govern t For other rings for Saddle and Harness Horses see catalogue TROTS 215 Class 31Q 218 Class SI00 227 Class 400 235IClass 400 222 Classe 400 300 CIass400 2yrold Class Si00 3yr old Class X00 R B Terrill Purse for Yearlings y150 rack 217CIaas300 224 Class 300 230 Class 300 2yrold Class 200 Catalogues will be issued in ten days or lesSoI J W Bales President S A Deatherage Secretary That ThrobbingJIIeatlacho Whould quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New LifePills Thous tends of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick sad Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 No matter who had been nominated at Louisville there would have been some kickers That is always to be ex petted especially from people who speak under the first twinge of disap pointment without waiting for calmer reflection Such people are usually emotional however and soon get over their troubles In this instance there is little reason for a kick Our stand ard bearer has been nominated a majority of the votes of tho regularI constituted authorities and they Lace given us a ticket that ie as irreproach able as it will provo invincible Those who are disposed to kick do themselves harm as well as the cause since the unscrupulous enemy aided by a more unscrupulous foe masquerading as Democrats distort every kick into a revolt every idle remark into a mon strous rebellion We do not believe there is opposition of consequence in the Democratic party to Mr Goebel and we hope the few who aro disposed to rise a contention will recant as quick ly as possible and march in the forefront to a victory that is as sure as the gospel Is true We here never surer of any thing in our lives than that Goebeland his excellent running mates will win and by a majority that will forever take Kentucky out of the doubtful column Stop carping jump in the band wagon and help us run the major ity to 50000Stanford Journal Spains Greatrgt Need Mr R P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkenSC Weal nerves had caused severe pains in the Lack of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grad medicine is who t his country America know that it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stom ach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life Into every niucle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing yon need It Every hot tlo guaranteed only 50 teats Sold bj Perry Thomas Druggist 1 CLEANLINESS AND HEALTH Those people In Richmond and else Where who have habitually resisted the Influence of soap and water willna doubt find great comfort in knowing that their is supported by m lesser an authority than the Hedica Record The Record says- Cleanliness is an excellent habit It is not howeveran absolute essential nor an essential at all tQ health nn mental activity The healthiest man the writer evoy saw is alive and qel- tolay at 94 and he took a bath onl y occasionally once in the Mersey at Liverpool ln 1838 and main in the North river in 1878 both of which vet o accidental the gentleman being slijtbt ly intoxicated when ho fell Almost all people who live to an extreme old age tare found to bp those whd are not overfond of ablutions but who are other wisoi careful In their manner o IlviBgI A Popular Wrtdiae Trip If you want a delightful 1Ie ding trip whorftyoa are not likely to nee t acquaintances take outs of the D netttttee1 passenger Steamers to the Islam of Cool Breezes Staterooms ahc Parlor erve1tflirt days in advance Seai tjr0 ceet IP Iqr illustrated JbJilr MS A Ao SCMAXTZ cll J1cJi OH lEIlltllii1d Cttr N ltA J5Sil 1 CuRlyC f aY t 11f Paris Bourboncatinty first firetjloadayLexington Jjayetto county second hlonday Stanford Lincoln county second Monday Georgetown Scott county third Mon dapDanville r Boylo county third Monday Nicholasvillc Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark countv fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Dlontlay + ANEW YORK FASHIONS The uptodate Summer girl dresses hot hair plainly when Intent upon out ing sports A pretty yachting gownis of whitf duck with wee blue polka dotsand wide blue duck collar embroidered with white anchors An odd driving cloak is of tan cloth reteinblinu in its makeup a Japanese garment with rolling revers shunt the neck tad wike flowing sleeves All the linens ducks piques and crash materials are in high favor fo little girls wear Best Co shbw SOUK beautiful tfailor suits of these wash able materials which by the way nri just as popular forboys wear A mnllue hat all black wish no touch of color is a decidedly smart Lit of headgear BirdoJ paradise phones are the latest in feather Their three me graceful and pleasing Eton jackets are at the zenith ofthelr popularity They are trimmed or tailored as suits the fancy Butt alpine and sailor hats are more lavishly trimmed than formerly The athletic girl pays special heed to her skin She doesnt at once submit it to soap and water when she return from an outing lut rubs into it thoroughly some of Dr Woodburys flue fragrant cream Young Illties who have not yet tried this most delightful cleanser can send to him for some at 26 West 23d street For the bicycle girl there is a cute little Dutch cap which ties with strings under the chin Bicycle skirtsof burlap are new oral well liked EVELYN CABLE LITERARY NOTES The women of the country will beastly interested in the July Cosmopolitan because it has five articles that will especially appeal to them aside from its other highgrade features Charlotte Perkins Stetson than whom the sex has no stronger nor moro intel lectual champion answers Professor Pecks argument made in the June number and trenchantly proclaims the right of woman to a certain economic place Charlotte tVhitnoy Eastman in the prize paper of the sccoin class in the Cosmopolitan series on The Ideal and Practical Organization oft Home tells how comfort and liappi ness may be attained on the seemingY meager salary of two dollars and a hat a day In antithesis to these scriou subjects France De Forest discusse chattily some American girls who bare married Continental noblemen Thi article is illustrated by a large numbs of very beautiiul portraits Then come Sirs Laura B Slams article onfca Drinking in Many Lands tolling o strango customs ceremonials and ar pliances used in preparing and drink- Ing this universal beverage Lastly some very striking types of Samoa 0 beauty aro exhibited by William ChurchillIts interest is at all times the chief characteristic of Tho Cosmopolitan Balzac and Funstonthe one because the centeuary of his birth hal just been celebrated in France an d the other because of his exploits in th Philippinesare of vital and presen interest and the July Cosmopolita treats of them Harry Thurston Peel contributes a scholarly appreciation o Balzac and His Work The article if profusely illustrated with portraits o the great novelist and with n numerou selection from the drawings made a Balzacs direction to illustrate till characters in the Comedie Humaine Charles S Gleed the well known Kan sas lawyer railway director and forme journalist who has been General Fur stone intimate friend for years tolls o the characteristics adventures and for tunes of this diminutive Kansan wli had many darin exploits to his credi before lie joined the volunteer arm and went to tits Philippines It would cheer Democrats every whe if they could lute heard Monday th kindly and earnest words spoken o Senator Goebel by a distinguished tiff zen of this county one who was fo many years associated with him politically He said he was always th champion of the rights of the people an honest mann man who could b neither intimidated nor bribed As tl cantors proFressesuud the people tear more and more of Senator Goebol the will realize that lie is hated beeanso is their champion because he ha fought their battle for them lie is th man ior the houra leader who wi win a great victory for tho Democrat in November KentuckianCitizen iMonth there are thousands of wo 4fromtimes the period comes too often sometimes not often 4tooprofuse Each symptom shows that Nature needs help and that there is trouble in the or carefuldany con ditions Dont take any and 1every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles BRADFIELDS i FEMA REGULATOR is the one safe and sure medicine fur irregular or paint ful menstruation It cures all byregularityi shoes falling of the womb aervousness1 pains in the head back breasts shoulders sides hipsand limbs By rebU ngl ttheevery twentyeighth darallIthose aches disappear together JTust btfiirie your time comes get a bold fend see how much good it will So you Druggiatis sill at U PNiwtdtaS2 11tAD tt6i1TLA1iTl J l i t tM 71 711 Ail WOMEN Should mol flat the rlle UotUct1 a r 15 the best tor Female Trohles Corrects nil Irregu1arttlos In Femalo Orllns Should 00 taken for Chare1 Lk and before CbILlBIrt- hPIalers Cd Time R aedies Lava StoCdtho test far twenty years Mad only by NrwFencer 5tnttdneb Chat toux T nnexa Perry 1c Thomas druggISts snccessors to W G White dec8lyr All druggists sell Dr braes jlervo Plasters any rem ly e quslto Ur Bells Flnelm Honey It gives quirk and permanent relief In grip us wellnacoojhs and colds Itmakrs weak rants anon1 Irs 1L A lletcaUe PedncaaJij t 1a n M t Jt I C C8 t PLEASE r TRYI j i S r 1CANDY I Ring out the old Ring the new Ring out tho false Ring in the true W to you the new and true from the piney forests Norway II a DiR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and inflamed surfaces the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause that tickling is removed and the inflamed healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough COLD ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 2Sc 60c and 100 Slzca BE SURE YOU GETPI Dr dells Pd ftlTlrHtnJ n mKttP PittslMg Central Stock Yank EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OP INDIANAPOLIS for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all t other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL Gencralllnnnger mny313m a Sell Your ides tANDBUY YOUR Thurmanskf We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- TmTKMAN I GROCERY CU- t COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY r Theyre the bestt y t ss-e themfr before you buy TVemean t O1ur J o e Insurancev C a Si Gasoline i Stove a FOUND ONLY AT THE n Ii A Cash Hardware Store of DOUGLAS SIMMONS ti t 1 r Screen Dpbiis f Water Cooler f a Befrigerators Olu1liiq Bin 7 ders aaO Mowers Hay lRakes1 r Binder Tmne y Etc f + o JJ i Mi IIIIIIin 1 11jtl t 1 11 r 1ij d o tD DRUGGISTS at4 rV ylPP N p a ry In Jg of all of art of membranes are BY tn m Y Madson Monumental Works 9 ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite f FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are conterriplating buying Mnrble Granite or any kind ol Cemetery Work will find it to their Interest to call at the old stand in the nar of the 11 E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand nlarg stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers Cf1 DIn W G GOUOHEH one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in overy phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for tll8iII which will be furnished on application xrYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JAMES T HHTVULTON Proprietor rtltrtrlrlJi ftMMll = =t1MM71 MM HIGHEST M GRADE 2 4NHN40tf i4Nt11 I BICYCLE l 2 I COLIIMBIANs 2050 ICOLUMBIAN I BEST BICYCLE BUILT 2 FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT I 1 IAll1 We give more options than the regular dealers You can have your choice of color heighth of frame or 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