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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 12, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 ric1899071201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): July 12, 1899 Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 26 .T as RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12. 1899. EffEJiliRiiiSilTtifE 'sL.Ppr 3 NUMBER 6. t"S1 raipjrer-.ap--i,m.lP-- mraJinarnJ J ran ranJ Irani m ftUIlftilairtiJB (TtUE mm B ISIS UMI II II Will Mil I BZ Men's Stylish Up-toD- ate TO CLOSE OUT 7& Here You Are For- - fg Every 4- one-wort- h i 11 ni-oui- at the reduced price. tt iiitiii. xiuru the regular price, but we want : 111 j. UA At is wimu Liiey win cost ij a Spring 1 Our Stock of and Summer Clothing. yte A MTS Very Largo Line of 1 11 jg gist The difference be- - tween the former price and the present is just what you save, for every suit is worth ine original price. 7S We have decided to place the knife deep into every suit and odd pair ofpanls of this season's stock. We don't want to carry a piece over. These low prices offered should move them. Popular Siies,. Prices May; $ .75 1.20 1.50 1.S5 Ik' $1.00 Pair Pants for 1.50 Pair Pants for 2.00 Pair Pants for 2.50 Pair Pants for VKe f Se For A S5.00 Suit for A S6.00 Suit for t AO(.ouiiuiii lur A S10.00 Suit for... A $12.50 Suit for ASlo.OOSuitfor. A $18.00 Suit for.' A $20.00 Suit for $ 4.00 4.75 o.iO 7.50 9.50 11.50 13.50 15.50 7S Every Suit? Every Pair of Odd Pants a Earwain. A Bona fide Sale! No "Fake! Pair Pants 3.50 Pair Pants 4.00 Pair Pants 5.00 Pair Pants G.00 Pair Pants 3 00 for for for for for 2.25 2.05 3.15 3.75 4.75 rails Mm 7 This is a regular Money-Save- r An opportunity you do not often get. to every one that purchases. loys' KneePant Suits, $1.50 Suits for 2.00 Suits for 2.50 Suits for 3.00 Suits for 3.50 Suits for. 4.00 Suits for 5.00 Suits for; MTr, mm $1.00 1.50 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.50 . Youths' Suits, Sizes 30 to 35. $ 4.50 Suit for 5.00 Suit for 6.00 Suit for 10.00 Suit for 12.50 Suit for 15.00 Suit for Good Qualities and Low Prices. $3.50 4.00 4.50 5.75 7.50 9.50 11.50 NAv M . .- - J 7.00Suitfor PS 1 These Goods will not be equaled. No one will show you as large , .. - ,T TT.1 I - .1 Ill 1, X lease Iioie prices, come ami see me uuu&, anu yuu wiu uu con ICCUOll, vinced that every suit and every pair of pants is a Bargain. Come all, 7 They are yours while they last for the above price. ii.se- i A " 1 aSeb G.00 Suits for mm A Full Line of Sizes. Bring the Boys in. lTO. 213 "WEST PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. DOWN WITH ZMZJIILT STREET. te c c. WHITE 2ontuck7 Fair Dates. a- FROInTT. PERVOUS.WEAK. DISEASED MEN. 57 THE TRUSTS. For Rent! - . Choice of three good flice rooms over Dour- his & Summons' haj-d- ware store, Main St. V residence, with modern conveniences. eight-room Also very desirable v GRIGGSBY & MUNCEY. I 'I Tiie trusts nro eacli becoming more and more grasping and formidable. The R. VJ, MILLER. resistance to them is becoming feebler and feebler. The Democratic State Attoukbt-at-- 1 Law, Convention in both terms placed tho Kentucky. Richmond, Odlce In the Bnrnam Building, next door to party in opposition to all trusts and feb3-l- y anncr's National Rank. monopolies. In the Kentucky Post of Saturday is printed picture of ,cThe Wire Factory J, Closed nt Crawfordsville, Ind." It was the Inst largo plant in the country to -- Law, Attorney at po into the steel trust, and it was coin-lullKENTUCKY. RICHMOND, to do so or close down. The OHice ovor Tnylor's Hardware store, op- factory employed eighty men and the posite Court Houpe, on Main Street. pay roll agurngated 1,000 per week. The business dono was, it is stated, II. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT ZjUF. KENtrrKY. KiciiMosn. Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. .31 30 ed I). M. OIIKNAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Pecond street, over Chen- unit's tirnrfry. J. 0. & Dr. Louis H. Landman No. S 3 West Ninth Street, u! be at the Hotel Zimmer, PHYSICIANS. DBS. GIBSON, & GIBSON, Cincinnati. Ohio, Itlchmond, Kyon WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. rc' urning every second Wednesday o. each flifice in the'loe Cc.lins buildine. 18 and m Sec month. Reference every physician of Richtj- ond Street, over Wnue . old druzitorc. feblB-lmond, Ky. CHAS. HOOKER, ILLINOIS SHORT LINE TO L! VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently acca-ple- d by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y St ' aprt-lRichmond, Ky. ce How is this? Perhaps sleepless nights caused it, or ,grief, or sickness, 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. more thnn $100,000 per annum. The trust which swallowed up the Crawfordsville punt iscomposedof tho American Steel and Wire Company .the Federal Steel Company, the National Steel Company, the American Tin-Plaand Eastern Combines. Tho factory has been closed, the machinery beaten by sledge hammers into scrap iron, the men thrown out of employment, nnd imiiiy o( them left destitute. It is H'ated that before the trust wnsotganizjd,two years ago,nailH sold at $1.25 a keg and barbed wire at $1 35 the hundred pounds. Tho nails ore now sold at $2.35 a keg and barbed wire at 12 45 the 100 pounds. The Jiell Manufacturing Company, tho largest manufacturers of sewer pipe in Indiana, the west located at Viuct-nues- . have posted notices that the plant wi)l closedown. This u ill throw ovor -- 00 workmec out of employment. It is said that tho company has joined the great sewer pipe trust. Fifteen ataich factories have been closed by the Starch trust, eight of which are in Indiana, throwing 1,461 men out of employment. The President of the Commercial Travelers" National Association that 35 000 commercial travelers have been thrown out of work thro.ugl) the formation of trusts, and that 25.000 otheis have had their salaries reduced. It is stated in the Kentucky Post that siuco the Continental Tobacco Company has coinliiueJ, hundred of manufacturing concerns have closed down. About 121,000 men have been tlmiAii out of Royal Abs&wieix "Pure ROYAL 6AKINQ POWDER Baking Powder The following are t lie dales for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far ao'ef! In all the new rich dark colorings, Ppocial dcsiutiH. rpoite : -- Mdkes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. NCW YORK. New Orleans -- Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tourist Sleenlne Car leave Louisville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco. Ask your ticket arent for particulars or write to R It Fouler. Travellne Passenirer Acent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to jueinpnis ana New uiieana. A. II. HANSON, WJH. A. KELLOND, O P. A.. Chicago. A. O. P. Kn Louisville. ff. C. JASPER, M. D Oflicfr-r-Prath- Telephone Medicine and Snrjrery. Buildini:, Main Street. at residence tthe Cnrr place) on Richmond, -- Broadway. -i Kentucky. W.EVANS,,JT D., Phybician and Subqeon, - Kuntucky. Richmond. - DR. T. Vigor j J. TAYLOR, -- . PrucliltOTwr in Medicine and Surgery, Richmond, Time of Trains ML - Kentucky. at Winchester. Ky. 6 M am 7 80 am 3 00 pm 60 pm 9 IS jtyOfflcn and residence on Second Street. . LJ ... WEST BOUND. Sterling and Lexington Accora Eastern Express for Louisville. Moreheadand Lexington Accom. New York Limited K. F. V EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom. New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom - increases the circulation in the scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies missing elements to the hair bulbs. Used 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. Vould you like our book, on the Hair? We will gladly send it :o you. pend uin the he!p of the millions." This plan of raisins a campaign fund was devised and applied with notable mumi'sb by the World in 1892. It then denounced the system of seeking and receiving campaign contributions from rich men and corporations that expected to he lienefleiaries of success in the election tho trusts, the protected in terests, tiie bunks, the railroads and other selfish seekers after privileges and bounties from the Government and the people. The World appealed directly to the voters interested in Democratic Euccet upon priuciplo nnd in order to secure jmt a go d government. The ptople Tsponded freely, and the dimes nnd dollars boon swollad the fund to nearly $40,00). It was employed, under direction of tho National Committee, in a strictly educational campaign in some of the closely contested western States and contributed potentially toward carrying two of them for Cleveland. This is the proper move and every Democrat in the United Mates slionld respond with bis remittance no matter work. if it is only one cent. New York And so the woik of tho trusts goes on. World. These are only samples of the way other trusts are managed and are A .Narrow K.ipp. the industries of the country. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada Is it not time for the people to rise in I'i Hart, of Groton,S. D "Was taken their strenuht and not only the with a bud cold which settled tut niv trusts but the partv duit ban fostered luiits, cough set id and finally termithem, and without nated in Consumption. and nrutecti-Four' Iioctors which thoy could not live? gave mo up Buying I could live but it Down with the trusts and down .with short time. I gave tnyxelf up to im tho party of trusts. Kentuckiun Citi Savior; determined if could not stay I zen. with my friends on eaitn, 1 would meet My husband my absent ones above. A Fiigiitful liluiutrr was advised to gW Dr King's Xow DU Will often cause a lion idle Burn. covery for Consumption Coughs, Colds. Scald, Cut or lruise. liuuklen'ti Arnica I gave it atr'al, took in all. eight bottles. Salve, the beat in the world, will kill lt.lms cured me, anu tliank Otwl 1 am the pain and. promptly heal it. Cures saved and now a well and healthy woOld Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, man." Trial bottles free at Perry and Felous, Corns, all Skin Eruptioue. Thomas Drug Store. Uegttlar hize 50c Best File cuio on earth., Only 25 cts. a and$l 00 guaranteed or price refunded. box. Cure guaranteed. Sold byPer-r1 & Tjv mas, Drujrgift. 1 ' POTEST FACTS CAMPAIGN FJNdT" con-trollidet-troy power will not be denied. 'I hey are ten times more numerous and a hundred times more powerful in controlling production and fixing prices than they wete when Mr. McKinley wat inaugurated. Neither will it be disputed that the trusts have uniformly increased prices and diminished greatly the number. of men employed in the industries which they control. Nor ran there be successful denial of the truth, obvious to all anil confessed by Mr. Havenieyer,thnt"the mother of tiu.stsis the customs tariff bill." of all the tiusts in this country Nine-tent- Richmond, Aug. 1, 2. 3 and till. Lexington August 8 5 days. days. August Madisomille, August 9 I days. Ijiwreni-ehtirL'- , August 154 days. Lebanon, August 15 4 days. Columbia, Augu.-- t 224 days. Alexandria, AugiiPt 22- -5 days. Louisville (Colored Fair), August 22 days. Geriiianlown, August 23 1 days. Uroadhead, August 23 1 days. Shelbyville, August 233 days. Springfield, August 23 3 days. Bardstown, August 295 days LaGrunge, August 303 days. Florence, August 303 days. Elizahetlitown, September 5 4 days. Howling Greeu.beptember Glasgow, September 204 days. Gut hi ie, September 27 1 days. HoiseCave, September 274 days. Owensboro, October 3 5 daj's. 86 J NO Tlin CURE-N- O AS, PAY .V KEW 3IET1IOD TiM ATlIEXT, 3. .V. HHKIUttl 11,11. lively euro forever any form of Jllooil or bexunl discno. It Uha mult of 30 there tUicnse?. ..... . I j 13-4.- das. Iherinnrrnin tout mil ui. I sores in rtio tuoiiihor tnngcr. l rrtins in tho points, fro throat, hair tr II vhmw4 f ntlinir 'mil. ititntilejor blotehr'. ftomach derangrment. iro eye. hisd-tone arhe, etc., you l'oi.-o- thofeeouJaty stnito it Wo Kllicit tho of thu Hloo.1 most obunato rnfCMinu rnineiiKo uot mo scernt world for a euro Irmtmfiitl ' ana cannot eurc. Jiy our irmimennim balr jtrows aicain,iaiii J nlcera hal. Ih I disappear, ihotkin beuiuies healthy, and manuKO li io.jiuio unu raic. If yoaharo Votayh. etc. WE CURE SYPHILIS This terriblo Illood Poijon, tho terror or mankind, yields readily to our .tw Beware of Mercury. TRKATilEM. j "Rack Tavs I fl 5c9 On tip in price to the lino Pressed Xo use to waste your Papers. vnlttnblo time looking at Kmall Kainplo fr pappir. books of old stylo job We have a numbor of experienced Paper Haulers. We Charge j Wl ' So More hm sa TImn-nnilrt- Tfttlllff ft nil IilMHeftCC(l f- hy early abuw, inier expense, incnmi wony. te. No mntlrr th enure, our! are in articles protected against foreign competition by the highest tarill in lion. Joint R. McLean says that if IwecureimpotencyB 1 for huiiiritif: than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper. needed for legitimate purposes in tfur frit nils ask him to take it, he will principal industries is demoustaled by the rapid increase of our export trade !ii iiuimfittllrua 'Phut .liirinil iflf Tld- ed to give aud actually creating a mon- opoly of the home market oiler a direct Mm premium upon combinations to leap the advantages of this monopoly is a E-RO-' the world averaging that this "protection" 50 per cent, tho Democrats of Ohio, give him tho for Governor and his is no longer nomination bunco onr wonder- no run-a-ll ful siiccom. Xo matter what nils yon, consult j confidentially. Wo can fr-nl"- h to uuarantcotonccoia-wha- t bank Imn-lito claim. Amlrc'lnrorll irts to a normal ennili-tioAmliitiiiii, lifo tiul rneicy are nv nencd. nnd oie fecU lnuuelf a man amnnirmen. Every rfO U treated u. New' ly Window Shades, By jSIonnted on SpriiiK Ilollors, fixtures complete, ready to hang, froih 10c on up in price. hi self-evide- truth. All this affords the basis for as clean-ca political issue as this country has ut ever seen. The oppretsive trusts arc the fruit of the Republican tar i If. The Democratic party is opposed to high duties and tit tnonoplies fostered by thorn. The Keptiblicau Administration has dune nothing to enforce the I law ugainst these 'conspiracies in restraint of trade." It made a trust lawyer Attorner General. The Democrats will nominate ii candidate for President g pledged to the nholitiuu of duties aud to the selection of an Atturuey-tieiierwho is the enemy of trusts intdtad of their apologist and de fender. Tne 1"HU6 is already fixed. It is too hue for the Republicans to evadu it. New York Woiid. trust-breedinal lip VICTORY, Columbus O B Wo Irrot nnd cure: EJIISSIOX?. VAHICOCEI.K. RV CUIUS. (ILEK'l,! 250,000 I CURED limttXV E.S, Dr. S. B. Ifortman, DsAn Sin: W I feel KlINKYnni llLAr)DKU.l)ia e. f CON&UI.TAHU.N illliK. UUUixn FItKE If unh.i o CJll. writ fee TKEATMEXT. 203 NN'ATt'ltA Ii msniAittj-- t W, 1A1S SIEEL7. M sinco using l likeancwwbman KICHMOND, KY. HORSE SHOW, FAIR AND CaRKIVAL, INGTON, KY., AUGUST LEX- 19. Tho World-Heral- d Washington Express Accommodation trains run d!ly Other trains run dally. Through sleeping tad dlslag car service to New York. For Information, Hrty frisssnrrwenratlons K iOOaVAjsjMkUAXjty., all cn or write Sfln-da- am or Louisville, Kt. .11 M am S 30 pm Government Banding, firOAce pn fUchraSnd, aext door tohours 9 to 1 to 4. 9 Ky. OAce y novl7-lexcept BEirriST, MMfo vaf a 12-- - IMT. i. If y04t do not obtain all the benefits you expected from the Vkor, write the doctor about tt. He may be able to suggest something of value to yom. Address, Ir. J. C Ayer lowu, mass. ,( orOEORSI D . A. 0. W. BABKKY, Q.tf., Listtagswi, Ky mr flnUhu' Jl-Jj- r started a fund "for the The ocralo National Committee.' Attorney-Genermoney, it explains, is needed by the Grigne, in his incommittee 'in the educational pork of teresting intorview in the World, tx preparing for thft groat Presidential pressed decided conviction that 'the trust issue ii not a political onii." campaign of 1900.'-- ' The plan adopted is bncd on popular , We think Mr. Uiig will find hiti- sutiicriptioB. "The Republican will Hlf mistaken, Th noi'ruu mti!tip1lcMikmia' friMa hV klM.MKMMy- of tliM lUillioiuUr," &W d- - aiacc Republican party rtvriMd to lay oar emtmfWfry; " al - of Omaha ha5 use of tho JDein. WHICH PROVES THATJME TRUSTS MUST BE A POLITICAL ISSUE. Low rates via the Queen fc Crescfcnt lii utu from nil pointH in iventucky daily, Augusts to 12thigood to mint) the 14th. Greatest show Lexington b.s evor had. Dou't fail to attend Ample room foe all rxeuitdottists. , Said an experienced church officer: "Tho grumbling and rage over the heat in church largely suiinjiK from orl)(iBal hin. An a maiter t fuel.. chHrch, especially if of brick orMijjs.tiii CVMSSV. tMM in ttl'O. J tfMUlliy tll tli-- towu." 1 W. has helped me so much that I can CINCINNATI, O. 1v work and never tif I asm feel tired out. WbenTfirstbcgan to use as a your medicine I couldn't sweep my oven room, run the sewing machine or lift anything, not even a chair. Itevcnhurt me to ride or vralk any distance. Now I can do all ibis, and I believe more, FRSI6HT PREPAID. and never feel the effects of it. I feel proud of th$ way it has brought me so For this style out that I tell It far and near. I can sew liicb arra sewSiK heartily recommend your medicine to Eiachinewith any woman suffering from fejnalo dis. all ottacli- case. 1 know from experienco that sated JO rears. If your medicine will do just what you rr,iclje i.not stt- say it will, t thank you, Doctor, n money will be fe-- r thousand times ior your treatment. I funded. &:ndcatti shall recommijnd your medicine wheri w; oror. jcilpi-WclrcuUt I go. Ilmowwhatithaadonefor ever "M.et on appHca- tlon. me nnd I knoir it will do the same for WHA.YNS M'K'O CO,, others. I feel that there are thousands of other women who would, after using MO FOURTH AW.. a LOUISVILLE. KY. ck22-your treatment, a I did, be thankful. J., got your treatment. I am so This month hi the first,tlmo In my life that I can remember of having; my menses without pain.. Why, I can't da anything but. recoma&end Kiss Exbib t', Boldcn, Wilterforee, O. Nediclae Co., Colnm-feus.O- ., I Tb have at toy will, utor.WMo, aUnnt three wity ;jail Dr. KarUrmn'a epccUil hna.lrrd thHstkil latf( lstteKsMrk Iwuter aM or loak for wMt, free.oa applictk, ie whMh 1 WW Ml a asUaat VsaaM wu. Tot In nhr srtl Its tiw waattealy. fill AfgggiatfsiU lour mcilicinc Kennedys Kergan 22 Fourth St., Wnll Paner. Window Shar'ei. Paints. Oils. Glass, etc , stock the largest, prices alwii tne iowoti. tf Faironize Im hmim. ' mm ( Insure your dwellings, barns and all other property in the Bine Grass Insurance Company, of 'Lexington, Ky., a homo Institution Gives protection airainst Fire, Lightning and Tornado. The cheapest and most reliable companv for the neople of our county now operating In the State, and itetr cheaper over year as lone as yon continue in the company For farther information call on thel' agent and collector. 8. It. 11. RLAt!K Attorney-at-LaItlchmond. Ky , office- on Stain Street, opposite Court House, next door to 8tate Bank & Trnst Co., second iioor. J. II. CARTER, Pres. C. O. BOSWORTll. Sec'y. ma7ll-l- y THS. t,J .uppiNcom Contatai I ! gla' Imbtt For Sale! s corsple novel In ovctt rv tier, lit aMlllt" ton l"yof w.i aud cntarulnlnj rending matter. JKstrnfKfrri! rtnrlrw. irhtrtt riff 9 Po-nj- if rnws. It Hflali b It. ? f. houscbold. aoriptfun, 3.(MI iicr rrr'v WHiitcd la, e.ry toTn, to tta iwrl MsMrat laAaoiia'ji will bacU Ata at. W3TMSW -- WMasst s. j wmn 1 1 MHUMaflHfc oomurr, iMfcu. u - o 1 - The Richmond Climax. The store house now occupied bv The IHlte "sparks" of bad blood lurking Mrs. L. P.Todd 011 Main street, will faction. Bourbon News. by rented for remainder of this year, in the system should be trenched 'with Dr. C. II. Taught, who was called possession given July 1st. J. E. Hood's SarsapaT&ii, America's great blood my31-tf- . from the Louisville convention to the Gkeenleak, Assignee. purifier. It purifies, vitalizes and enriches bedside of sick .wife and child, who the blood of both sexes and all ages. Cures Kuehler &, Company. , Ilcary were visiting relatives in Trenton, Ky., scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh. Go. Whether it is to be consistent or The Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., insimply backing down in its opposition returned to Richmond yesterday. Dr. vite correspondence with Mill men to Gocbel, the .Louisville Dispatch is Vaught reports that his wife and child who have lumber for sale. They buy PIHCK PKR YKAR, 1.50. certainly more tolerant of (ioebel than' have about recovered. Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars, Misses Elizabeth Feonv and Bessie Dry or Green. Write them. apr56m a week ngu. Hsten to this: DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A Place to go. Thousands of Democrats want an and Sadio Baughman, who have been opportunity to expicss their condemna-o- f the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Feeny, For luscious bananas, ripe apples, For Sheriff. water, fresh cakes, tiie force and fraud of the late po- on Seventh street have returned home cold ico cream-sod- a FOlt It Kl'll KS ENTATIV12, accompanied by Mrs. Feeny and son, nice candies, tobacco and cigars, sro to Mr. Pleas B. Broadt'ns announces for lice convention, but they will not turn HON. V. W. COMBS, A. Dinelle, next door to old Post away from the Goebel machine to sup who will make a short visit In Rich- Restaurant open day and night. Office. Sheriff, subject to tho action of the MADISON COUNTY. mond. Bourbon News. Democratic party. In all public and port Taylor and his ticket. aprl9-5i- n private stations Mr Broaddus served A tired littlo Stanford tot, who was ANNOUNCEMENT Killed 66 Snakes at one Blow. his county with ability and satisfacaccustomed to end his prayer of "Now FOR SHERIFF. W.M- - Turpin, of Waco, is a relative tion, and judging the liilure by tho past I lay me down to sleep" with "Bess Wo aro authorized to announce P. B. BROAD-DU- S a candidate forKherill 61 Madison county, Miss Florence Myers has returned to papa, boss mammav" &c, couldn't hold of County Judge Turpin, and his word ho would made equally as efficient a subject to the action of the Democratic party. , his eyes open any longer the other is as good as his bond ; he never sees Sheriff. Ho is one of the best known Stanford. snakes, either, in the spirituous vinous men in Madison, and will not need an 4 Mrs. G. G. Trcwitt attended Chau night so closed with and hess danpa sense. FOn CHIEF OF POLICE. Therefore, we ask you to believe introduction to anybody. and all dose kind er things." Stan We arc authorized to announce EVERETT tauqua. . BERKY for Chief of Police for the City of him when lie says that at one stroke of ford Journal. Practical Experiment In Sowing Wheal. lticliraond, subject to the action of the Demo Mrs. R. Turley is at homo. from Jes a club he killed 6G garter snakes on the cratic party. Miss Mary Gover, who hasbcen visit That people sow too much wheat to samine. farm of Jesse Cobb, on Muddy Creek, ing in Richmond returned yesterday, tho aero, Mr. John Bright has always last Wednesday. Mr. Thos. Pickels spent Tuesday in Stkanoer. pause, but shed no tear, flustonville is so filled witli clever contended and now ho furnishes proof MeKinley's remains are buried here. Lexington. A Candidato Serenades Madison. people, it is hard to tell which is the of the correctness of his theory. He Mingled in most appropriate manner Miss Pattie Stevenson is visiting in cleverest, but if George D. Weather- The"London- - Cornet Band stopped says: Last fall I received from tho With Russell Alger and Marcus Hanna. Lexington. ford is not entitled to the distinction here enroute to Lexington to the con State department of agriculture 100 Hon. A. G. Caruth, at Tnmmany Miss Mary Gentry is visiting rela we are mistaken. We are more than vention yesterday. With only 12 pounds of Michigan Fultz seed wheat. Banquot. ever indebted to him for courtesies. tive in Estill county. pieces the music was If Mr. I sowed on one aero GO pounds, or 1 Tjie Republican State Convention Ramsey's chances are as good as the bushel of it, and on 1J acres 40 pounds Hon. Grant E. Lilly and family are Stanford Journal. will assemble in Lexington and at homo from Irvine. A. C. Campbell attended Richmond mnsic lie furnishes lie is all right, and Tho result was I had 30 bushels from Hoirjaw Taylor will be nominated for Georgo White and we guarantee 27 votes from Madison for the acre sown CO pounds to the acre Mrs. J. Lewis Booker has recovered court Monday Governor. wife, of Richmond, visited here Sunday tho next Republican nominee for and 32 bushels from the 1J acres sown from a protracted illness. 32 pounds to tho acre. So we can rea Steve Vaughn, of Estill county, is ney-General. Mr. and Mrs. E. Y. Elder aro at home The Louisville Free Press, edited by visiting relatives here .......Mrs. Joe sonably conclude tliat 45 pounds, or Grocery Closed. after a pleasant visit to Arkansas high-tone- d Col. Walter Forrester, a Myers, of Richmond, is visiting in pecks per acre, is 'sufficient to The grocery of 'J. T. Beasley, next ;to throe and brainy Republican, says em pi i at i Misses Linda and Mildred Gormley Ford -- Mrs. Malcolm produce a good crop. Stanford Journal. this week Richmond National Bank, was closed cally, that the man who meets Goebel are guests of relatives in Lexington. Maupin visited friends in Richmond Robbed Hughes Bronston. must boa man of ability as a debater Rev. Jasper K. Smith and family left the past week. Ford cor. Winchester by the Sheriff on Monday. Failure to meet drafts in bank and hard times and who is game, for Goebel will try to on Monday for a vacation in Georgia Burglars entered the" residence of Mr. Democrat. "supposed to havo been the cause. run his opponents oft" the stump. Goo- - Miss Bessie Miller is visiting her Mr. Hugh B. Rowland will leave Beasley is from Bourbon cbuntv Mr. Hughes Bronston last night and walked bel's personal litness for the office will sister, Mrs. and off with a $15 Kappa Alpha pin and $S Jas S. Winn, at Winchester. Monday week for SL Louis to try his bought the stock of Gus Margolen, the in money, t no tho latter belonging to liavo to bo discussed, and it is Goebel's intention to make thin a personal mat , Attorney and Mrs. Hugh Riddell, of fortune in the Great West. He takes latter having been closed up. It is re- Mr. Al DeLong. He was Mr. Bronston's ter. Then? well it will have to be i Irviny, visited here Friday and Satur with him the best wishes of numerous ported that Beasley left hero several guest for the evening. Two dollars in fiiends who are confident that he will days ago, but left sutllcient goods to silvor had beon removed from Mr. personal matter and the man who is to day. Miss Dovey Burton, of Lawrence- - succeed in his ambitions. Danville pay him out. raoet Goobol has got to stay with him, clothing. The Kappa Alpha But tho Republican nominee for Gov burg, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. B Advocate. Mr. Hugh Rowland was pin contained nine small diamonds and A Time For all Things. taken for Quincy Ward by latter's ernor who allows Goebel to bluff him, Willis. Mr. S. Neville Moberley proprietor of seven garnets. The pin was made by may as well quit before lie starts. Mrs. L. C. Hanna and children, of friends when Mr. Rowland visited the the great Furniture Emporium bearing Mr, Fred I. Henintz, the jewler, of this Cleveland, are visiting the Misses late Steve Whlto a year or so ago. city. H. S. xsewlon and wife returned last his name, has done so well this year Under the management of the three Walker. In the same room from which the that he dislikes even to cause one disFriday evening from their bridal trip Democratic Commissioners elected nt tilings were taken was a handsome and Miss Rosci May Moberley is visiting tho last legislative session 'in accord Miss Mary Mathews at Hotel Ventura, and are at Mr. W. D. Beck's. They cord in the harmony of good times at costly brooch with several diamonds anco with the provisions of tho prison Ashland. with J. R. Reck and wife, were enter his store. But he has some outstand- in it belonging 10 Mr. Bronston's wife, tained royally by Mr. and Mrs. Paschal ing accounts that he would greatly be but this wa3 left untouched. Mr. Bron reform law to take charge of the State Miss David Miller, oi Camdon, Ark Hicks, who live in ponitentiaries, those institutions, which fine style in Rich pleased to collect and asks us to re ston slept witli a pistol under hie pilis visiting Miss Fannio Wallace, at mond, a., have cost the Stale thousands of doland also had a delightful mind his patrons that the 1st of July, low, as he always docs, but lie says the Paint Lick. time at Old Point Comfort, Norfolk settling timo, is a thing of tho recent burglars must have had on felt slippers lars to maintain, have been made self- sustaining for the first time. This fact Miss Mattio B. Ferrell Is tho attrac and Washington City. They secured past. You knpw tho rest. or been protty soft steppers. Lexing- 'Squire Million's Unusual Record. is shown in the report of the commis tive guest of Miss Maude Haggard, at some relics from the Spanish warship ing Leader. Reina Mercedes, which are on exhibi sioners for t'10 month of May, just Winchester. Mr. S, V. Rowland tells of an extraBusiness Men Much Interested. Dr. L. II . Landman will be at the tion nt this office. Owenton Herald. ordinary experience of his old friend. made public. It shows tho excess of Prof. C. Rucker Adams' classes in receipts over expenditures at the two Hotel Zimmer, Richmond, Ky.,on Wed Hon. Geo. W. Wilson, Commissioner 'Squire Green B. Million, of Madison. physical culture are charmed with the prisons for the mouth just closed to be nesday, July 12. of Internal Revenue, and wife, of The 'Squire has been a magistrate under oxercise through which their instructor nearly a thousand dollars and makes a Miss. Nora Ellen Azbill will enter Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. B. J the last three constitutions of Kentucky, comparison with the same mouth in tain some friends at her home at King Clay, of Richmond, and Mr. V. E' something which probably no other has put them, and tho probability is permanent association will be 1803. when, under the control of the ston this evening. Shwab, of NashvIlle.Tenn., were guests man in the State can boast of. Mr, that a formed for the purpose of keeping Sinking Fund Commission of the pres Mrs. Samuel Bennett returned last of Col. and Mrs. W. J. Wilmore. AVed Million, while on the other side of ent Republican State Administration, Wednesday to Frankfort after a brief nesday. The party left for Danville eighty, is still bale and hearty and yet Prof. Adams in our midst. If 30 names secured, and half that number have tho defioit was over four thousand dol visit to relatives. Tuesday where they will be enter- - a most useful citizen, as well as a splen- are signified their willingness to sign, an 8-lars at one prison alono. oy lion. John W. ierk.es, re did gentleman of the old school. Danraineu raonths course will bo given with two Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John Feeny, Jr., and turning to Nicholasvillo The noxt time catfish-moutville Advocate. son, of Pans, aro the guests of their lessons per week by the Professor. tries to mnko it otherwise quote this on evening when they will be the guests Big Bunch ol Fine Cattle Shipped From Among thoso who are taking the leshim and charge it up to the Climax. parents this week. of Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Fish. Jessamine Lancaster. sons now are Dr. A. W. Smith, Jndgo Miss Eva Roberts returned borne Journal. which gets its figures from the May Saturday from Lexington, where she John Chenault, Dr. W. W. Burgiu, The finest Dr. M C. Heath is back from a visit shipped from bunch of export cattle Prof. J. T. Akere, Capt. J. Speed Smitlu attended the Chautauqua. Lancaster in years left to his daughter, Mrs. Florence Heath The Louisville Dispatch editorially there Thursday morning. They num- and Messrs. J. Tevis Cobb, J. A. SulliMiss Mary B. Logan has returned Severance, at Hendersonville, N. C, bered 193 very fconsihly declaros that in view of from a visit to friends in Richmond and and averaged 1.C00 pounds. van, T J. Smith, Jr., H. G. McElwaihe, and reports her in better health than the fact that the federal ofticcholders Versailles. Shelby Sentinel. Tiie cattle were raised and sold by W. R. E. Turley, John Rock, Georgo M. her friends here have been led to be and other minions ot the McKinley adRev. Mr. Timberlake, former pastor lieve by outside rumors. Mrs. Sever- R. Beazley & Bro., to J. B. Embry, Willging, Sam Bnles, Raybnrri Rucker, fivo Adams brothers, C. E. Woods, all ministration set out to make Attorney of the Baptist church, this city, has ac ance is ableto rido out and to see representing Nelson Morris & Co., of General Taylor the- Republican nomi- cepted a call to Nich'olasville. Chicago. The price paid was 5 cents of whom are delighted with friends at her home. Dr. Heath met nee a faction representing a, large elein their health and strength. per pound. They will bo shipped to Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Neil, who at Hendersonville Mr. and Mrs. Patillo ment of the Republican party in LouisNew York and thence oxportcd to No apparatus is used, but the full use of have been visiting relatives in Lexing- H. McGowan and son, of Spartanburg, every muscle is taught scientifically. ville will he denied admittauco to the ton, returned homo last Wednesday. SO, all in good health. Mrs. Mc- England. The bunch will bring.over Tho fat mon decrease, the thin men get couvuiition. These Republicans and a 15,000. Rev. J. Robert Boatman stopped over Gowan was formerly Miss Mattie White great many others throughout the state, fat as if by magic. Ask any of the Gov. Stone's Dander Up. here on Thursday night en route from Miller, of this citv. above, aud join the class at onco. Kiys the Dispacth, will refuse to supAfter a brief but pleasant visit to Former Governor William J. Stone. port the ticket to be headed by Taylor, Chautauqua to his home at PIneville. Citizens Propose to Make tocal Option Mrs. Ella Farley and son, Master relatives here, Mr. Octo Nash Ogden of Missouri, who was reared in this and it will bo a ditlicult matter for the Work. Republicans, with their machine-mad- e John William, left ou. Monday for Watts has returned to Alexandria, La comity and has many relatives promiWinchester again went dry at tho Mr. Watts was with Hood's Immunes in nent in Madison, was prevented bv his ticket, to secure the votes of those Dem- Clark county to visit Dr. S. W. Willis-Cuba, but was not proof against disease law partner, Mr. G. S. Hoss, from "kill election last week, and according to ocrats who aro in revolt against tho Mrs. Jason Walker has for a guest Goebel machino. As betweon the two her sister, Miss Jennie Baldwin, an ac 011 the Island, but managed to escape ing r. reporter of a St. Louis, paper last the Democrat, the Local Option people mnchines a Democrat can hardly be ex- complished musiciau,of Council Bluffs, with life and honor. He is a well re- week. The reporter was interviewing who believe that the law should do membered Btudent of Centra! "Univer the pected to choose the Republican ma- Iowa. about the receivership what it professes, that is prevent the sity '83 86, and was the winner of the of the Mullanphy Bauk and insinuated sale of liquor, will hold a meetiog at the chine. Mrs. J. C. Chenault and son, Joe first Inter-societ- y to pertect an or court house Declamatory Centest too much to suit tho The Climax calls the attention of Prewitt,1 and Mrs. Anderson Chenault In 85. His father, the gallant and gifted taste, whereupon ganization to see that the law is en Goobol-machin- e Democrats to the left Thursday to anti he made a pass at the visit relatives in Mt. Major Geo. O. Watts, is a brother of quill-shovwith a knifo and pursued forced. Tho object is well expressed last paragraph above, from the Sterling. Mr. W. W. Watts, of this city, and wo mm out ot tiie ouilding. The reporter fn the call for the meeting which is 'to see that in this' community at least tho Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hagan were hope to see either tho father or his son has sued Governor Stone for $20,000. law can and shall he enforced and tho here from Corbin yesterday the guests in Congress before long. Tho watermelon crop in Kentucky "Busted the Bucket Shoo. blind tiger can and shall be driven from promises to bo tho largest in the Stat's of Druggist J. H. "Hagan. Livingston At Louisville convention, one of the his lair, and by so doing, Winchester Colouel. W. J. O'Dell, a n pool history. Interesting box occupants was little Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Harber and Mr. Jesse Williams Frazer, aged seven room and bucket shop operator of Cin- and Clark county, instead of being a reproach to the cause, will become a cinnati, and Mrs. Elias Evans, of White Hall. years, of Cynthiana, wjio is grand- - Saturday,was arrested at Lexington, grand monumental argument in favor says the Paris Kentuckian, are planning an outing at "Witt Spring, nephew of John Dunlap. of temperance and local option in other in Estill. This little seven-year-oboy was born on a warrant sworn out "by Common Mrs. vEmma W. Wycoff, and Mrs. just before bis mother died, her only wealth's Attorney John R. Allen, communities." W. K. Webb, of Louisville, aro the offspring, was given her name of Jesse charging nuisance. O'Dell, who is a If this can be done, says the Demo went before a magis- crat, it will go far to make Local Option guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cobb, at Williams, she being a gianddauchter of propprty-holde- r, advocates of many of who have Lexington, Ky. Red House. Senator John Williams, of trate and gave bond in the sum of heretofore voted for those the licensed saloon $1,000 for his appearance at tho Sep -. Miss Johnie B. Richardson and Miss Cynthiana, and a noted beautThere as being preferablo to the blind tiger. Mary Stough, two Lexingtion beauties, was a contest as to which of his grand- tember term of court. O'Dell has In another item tho Democrat, which found Lexington a hard place. Specarrived last Wednesday for several mothers should rear the orphan, and is not much inclined to local option, ho fell to his grandma Frazier.nee Dun ulators broke his bucket shop, but ho weeks visit to Miss Lizzie Feeny. kept up at a loss of about $10000. He says : Miss Sue Hume and Miss Taylor, lap. Recently another contest ending then opened 'The police raided the 'jointj near the a pool room and bucket in a suit tried to transfer him to his who have been visiting Miss Florence shop, with Phil Chinn at Its head, which depot Tuesday. Charlie Hodgkin, the Winn, hayo gone to Richmond to visit stepmother, but the grandmother won was closed few days since on a race at negro in charge, was tried before a the suit. His stepmother is daughter relatives. Winchester Democrat Latonla, when $6,000 was called for by Judge Pendleton Wednesday and was of late Colonel Laban Bradford, noted Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones and Miss as Legislator; State Fair President, etc, local backers of a local horse, and now fined $250. Ike Cary was arrested Agnes Grubbs, of Lexington, have reWednesday night and will be tried to- His grandmother, nee Wrieht. was of tho Commonwealth's office aro trying to turned home after a week's pleasant Mt Sterling. close him up. Fortune in the shape of morrow. If this thing is kept up we Paris Kcntuckian. visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Stuart Jones. smallpox favored him, causing a post- shall probably be iree from the pestif ponement of one terra of court, which erous beast." Mrs. Harriet B. Campbell left yes is the only offset against bis continued terday for Shelby ville, where she will Fourth ol July Pigeon Shoot. Rev. T. S. Hubert will conduct the bad luck there. meet her daughter, Miss Mary Camp The Madison Gun Club celebrated hell, and will spend several weeks with union services at the Baptist church tho Fourth by having three shoots, Central University Wins ihe Chautauqua. next Sunday evenine. relatives and friends. Tho very word is full rf The Chautauqua Oratorical Contest two twenty bird matches, unknown an There will be special services at the Miss Susan Hume, of Richmond, pleasant anticipation. In gles, one ten bird match, known angles. fancy we livo over again who was a member of Mi6s Mary Gate-wood- 's Presbyterian church Sunday morning lalt week was won by Central Univer- The scores aro as followt: the dear days ot tho past. house party, left for homo Tues- and night. Rev. Chas. A. Logan, C. sity's representative, Conner, of Har20 ISIRDS. FIRST MATCH Memories of sea breezes, day. rison The other young ladies will re- U. 93, will be ordained and installed 8tor- - county. The following tells the Dr. V. H. Hobson mountain walks, moonlight 15 night, sunshine and rest main several days longer. Lexington as pastor of the church. Jackson J2 First-M. Allen, of the State Col- Dr. H. C. Jasper Hustler. come crowding across our Herald. 12 lege, whose subject was "At theThresh- - T. T. Covington mind. Rev. Mr. Faulkner, a young PresbyMr. and Mrs, R. Lee Davis are at10. hold." Mr. Allen's usher was J. M. Harvey Chenault tending the meeting of the Kentucky terian evangelist, conducted the union McDaniel. S. Neville Moberley 10 Press Association nt Henderson. The services at the Christian church on 10 Second O.P.Barnhill.of Lagrango, R. E. Turley Sunday night. Ilia sermon was a fine excursion this year is to Petoskey, 7 Ky., representative of Centre College. S.H. Thorp Michigan, whither Mr. and Mrs. Davis production and was the subject oi 0 Subject: 'For the Sake of Human T. J. Smith, Jr unanimous kindly comment Mr. will also go. : Mat Cohen 5 ity." Usher, I D. Best. Miss Jennie May Craig, of Rich Faulkner is an orator of ability, is ear Third R. H. Conner, of Conners- - Dr. Jasper tied witli Cofvington 'and Tako an hour or so off and mond, leit lor home en route nest and consecrated, and we shall be ville, tho contestant from Central Uni- won secqnd place in tho shoot off. . spend it with us. It will from Owensboro, after visiting her pleased to have him here versity, Richmond, Ky. Subject, "Blot second .Match 20 birds. pay tho expenses of your Rev. E. H. Burnam filled the pulpit on the Escutcheon." Usher, O. brothers, Messrs. John and Oliver .. C. Dr. V. II. Hobsou trip. 15 Craig, and the Misses Ren'm. Danville of the Baptist Church on Sunday Addams. II! E. Turley 13 morning, and attracted an audience of Advocate. Fourth Edward Tyler Harrison, of Dr. H. C Jaspor 11 Mr. John H. Chandler is back from friends who are always glad to have Coppell, Texas, representing George- Harvey Chenault 11 this Godly man in their midst, Mr. town College. Subject, "America, One Campbellsville, to remain here until ; T. T. Covington 8 August 15. when he will move to Lou- Burnam is located at Luray, Va., but and Undivided." Usher, G. B. Smed- - S. Nevlllo Moberley.. usually spends his vacations with, his ley. isville and from a law practice with Mr. 8 Mat Cohen van xvorman, with office on 5th op-- 6on, Prof. Jno. M. Burnam, in this city, Fifth Robert S. Taylor, of Winches-ter- , Waller Chenault '. 7 Tho latter has a Chair in Missouri Uni drairo lo reduce stock posito the court house. Our for Kentucky Wesleyan College. G before iiivoicihgthc middle versity, and will one day be President Subject, "At a Century's Portal." S. H. Thorp Prof. J. R. Riggs visited friends hero G .'. of the mouth has led to T.J. Smith, Jr Usher, W. E. Strode. pmo surprising reductions. last week, on route for his homo near of that great Institution. W. R. Letcher 5 JllntH liero aro at- - liest su Cincinnati. Ho made many friends During the contest the orators eat toThe above order is as won in tho perflcial tho great sub- ward the front of tho platform with shoot off of the ties. of the stock cannot and gave universal satisfaction during stance he taught school at Campbe reached in a few crowd tho Martha Til- - their respective ushers at their sides. THIRD MATCH 10 BinDS UHKOWN AXOL1S' eil inches of newspaper bellsville. Lebanon Falcon. lery and Mr. J. W. Stewart, of Powell Dr. Davidson controlled the audience Dr. V. II. Hobson 9 ftpacH. Theso salon aro of Mr. David Rowland Freeman is at county, were married on Millers Creek with that wonderful power which few S. Neville Moberley Importance to lOU , ... 9 possess. He announced at the beginCome and see the values. home from French Lick .and West by the Rev. Cieinmons, on last Wednes ning 8 that only undergraduates were in Dr. H. C. Jasper Baden Springs. He is in good health day, July 5. Mrs. Stewart was form-eil- y .-7 tho contest, as all who had ever T. J. Smith, Jr- of Richmond, and her friends wish and thinks of ordering a jug of "Pla5 been before experienced as sneakers in Harvey Chenault... to," the black demon that guehes from her much happimes. i.... 5 anyway were not eligible. There was . H. Thorp .....L ...... tho earth there, and cures all ailments. 5 eloquence, good thought and grace R.E. Turley Miss Leila Harris, of Richmond, is G .. shown by each speaker, makine it diffi Waller Chenault the guest of Xms Wattle GrigRs. She , a W. R. Letchec Wilson. After months suffering cult for the judges to make" a choice. is tho daughter of Pipf. Jeseo Harris, with consumption, 3 Mrs. Joe Wilson The judges, alter considerinn the T. T. Coviugton. formerly of thfe county, but who for died at Hid home of : L.P. Vaiis......t 2 , 'Mrv W. caaes Oi the five speakers for a lw year baa bee otte of .Mftdieo-Dr. Hubeon woti first e in thai H. Rice. Rice SUtitifc, lferi, awarded the representatiytt Ui aiAitf AKD BROADWAY, most protni-MMwfrttoNWiirt eighteen yHI. TJu CilitA ttaMM UtriVwaiiVi M. H. nanus, dtbt Hootofli tv r ftwuMt'Mt in, uttt B, Mi Alfeft, U tin Wt tCi wvmtTt twmUft IMMrJ M; Mn4 lMrtfttt mi hwittmii kw Mtttfeipt totim Hut Wht iaUOfc'' A conference of Kentucky writers was held at Nlcholasville Juse A teinpornry president, Mrs. Josephine I Proprietor tnd Editor. K. Henry; of Versailles, and secretary, C. C WOODS, AtiocUte Editor. L. L. Willioit, were elected. A committee to drnlt a constitution and byWEDNESDAY, JULY 12, - - 1899. laws wiib appointed. The next meeting will be held in October at some accesFUlil,I3Ur.l EVERY WKDXKSUAT 11 T sible point in central Kentucky. 23-2- 4. Paris, how Secretary of tho Louisville Jockey Club, has returned from Denver where lie. officiated as presiding Judge during the Overland Racing Association meeting. He gave splendid satis- LOCAL. Tor Heat. "A Little Spark May Capitalists te Charter a Bank la Cuba. Make Much Work." Climax Printing PERSONAL first-clas- s. Several prominent Richmond Capitalists, beaded by Mr. John W.Crooko, have applied to tho Controller of the Currency for a charter for the "United States National Bank, of Havana, Cuba," with a capital 'of $200,000. When seen by the Cumax and asked if the report was true, Mr. Crooke smiled benignautly and volunteered the information that it was not only true but iu tho new that no stock was corporation as If a newspaper man had any money to invest except in baton and meal. Continuing, Mr. Crooke said that on the day that Cervcra's ships were sunk in Santiago Harbor, in 189S, ho had ap plied for tho charter, believing that Cuba would speedily bo annexed to thir country. However, before charters can le granted for National banks they must be authorized by Congress. "When that is done aud our b inking laws lire put into operation in the colonics, the applications will bo taken up in the or der in which they were received, and Mr. Crooke and his colleagues will doubtless share in the great advantages derived from being in "on the ground floor." Mr. Crooko is nt present as of the Richmond sistant cashier National Bank, a position he has ably filled for about fifteen or twenty years. It would not mcefsarily mean that he would leave Richmond should the charter to his Havana bauk bo granted. for-sal- NEW -- - CLOTHING - STORE m bj 5 to J. and finest line of G. Taylor Sons, we are Havinir removed from First Street to larcre house on Main Strnor, nrvf better prepared than ever to 'show the newest IfcSt m Furnishing Goods LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. Clothing, Hats and toss Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from our First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN price as long as they last. Our new goods are of the Pt And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don'fc.;buy until you have seen. our goods. "We guarantee to sell you more goods and better quality for' the money than ever you got before. Our CUSTOM i ffl$ to-da- John Gibson's Horses Winning on. the Grand Circuit. Letter to The Clihai.1 Attor- TAILORING "Detkoit, Mich., July 7 Maud Em petor won her race in a bunch of twclvo horses in three straight heats in 2:11 J. 2:12J 2:12J. ' DEPARTMENT Is the finest piece- goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at full-o- f - "Would have wired the Climax but race was not finished until jesterdfty. Sha won first and V h eunesday and race was second heats postponed until yesterday on account of rain. She paces as smoothly as ihe fly wheel of Z'iring's mill revolves. Was pulled up and jogged home last 50 yards Tae Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in each imlo. My trotting tbougl KS in Richmond going on throe legs in her race, won to Farmer's Nat. Bank. may3-ithird money. "Write me here. Yours, "Jxo. R. Gidsos." That air. Uibson has a wonder in Maude Eniporor. may he judged from tho following item in tho Lexington Henderson House Changes Hands. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. Ilorald of June 21: The Henderson House has changed proprietors, Misses Mary aud Sue Embry, sisters of tho late Hume Embry. of Silver Creek, having assumed control 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 has been tho most popular semi-priva-te "The fastest quarter of a mile paced boarding place in this city, en or trotted by anv harness performer joying tho patronage of a most desira' IN CLOTHING. this year was paceu by tho ble class who m?de it the characterischestnut filly, Maud Emperor by tic $2 00 for its firm hold upon the regard of PlV Men's Suits at Emporor "Wilkes, at the Lexington lvtuu S .citrus ac 4Uc. its patrons. Mrs. Henderson is a track yesterday afternoon. The fillv Suits at. . 09c. model manager. Her table never sufis owned by J. R. Gibson, Richmond. by comparison with the best hoBo3's Pants at. .15c. Ky , and is trained by Mr. Thomas W. fered tels and her.cver gracious manner made Price. The mile was done easily in ber house all tbemore attractive. It is NOTIONS. 2:17 and the last quarter was stepped understood that she will, altera month's offin tho remarkable time of :281. This rest, Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted colors, 25c. in tiie same occupation, is tho fastest burst of speed that has Gent's Undershirts. 25c. having rented the Bronston residence ever been scon on the Lexington track. Gent's Drawers 20c. opposite the Hotel Glyndon, where she John R. Gentry lias done a mile in says she Ladies' Vests . oc. will be better prepared than 2:001 this season, but tho last quarter ever to conduct a boarding house as she Ladies' Pants .25c. was not as good as that paced by Maud would like it to be. Towels . 3c. Emperor yesterday. The filly is one of Corsets .25c. tbe handsomest, purest gaited pacers in Tho Bntlor county Teachers' InstiLadies' and Gent's Linen. Collars.. .10c. Kentucky. She is without a record tute will be held at Morgantown thU Cuifs and is entered in various stakes through- week. 15c. out the country." Suspenders . 5c. mare-Henriett- t5 ami i s m ciuer i Wf 4 & More up i four-year-o- ld un 111 , up up up up up up up .:; . up up up CORRESPONDENCE. WALLA CETON. Born. To tho wife of PerryEaton, a bouncing boy. Tho farmers in this vicinity are all very busy in their meadows. Miss Anna Hays, of Fiatwood, is visiting friends at this place. A. F. Caldwell lias beeu hired to teach the upper Vallaceton school. A number of the folks spent Sunday at the oil woll, drinking good water. Buggy Whips Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols.. ; ? Ladies' White Aprons Asst. Colors in Bo3T's "Waists..!... up up up ,10c. up .G9c. ,25c. ,25c. up 5c. up 10c. up Fire Screens... OVR Baby Bibs LINE OF LADIES', GENTS AND CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE 2CORE VARIED AND LARGER TUAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see than. IN RIBBONS. bolts of the C. N. & 3$ ht "We Bro. Hondrickson attended his church at Broad head Saturday and LADKDRY Sundav. well-know- CFiBrower&Ca ld ex-Sta- te Think of Vacation! Bro. Howes preached to a largo crowd at tho Chapel Sunday at 11 a. m. and Outing Shirts, Flannels, eta, 7:30 p. m. which may shrink if not very The weather is still dry, notwith carefully treated are washed and standing we had a fow good showers finished by the Richmond Steam last weok. Laundry in a manner which W. P. Caldwell will leave this week makes shrinkage impossible. for Jackson county where he will teach The goods are returned full size and school for the next live months. delightfully soft. The new school house here is pro The starched work is an object of gressing very nicely. It will soon be special pride, its exquisite fiuisli is ready for somo lucky pedagegne. the admiration of ait our patrons. Cholera infantum lias becoiho very RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. prevalent in this vicinity i but we are glad to know all are getting along nicely under the care of our efficient Dr. Si have a few Co.'s Ribbon on hand which we will close out at No. 16, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. 80, 20c. V Is See our stock of Corsets before you buy. "We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, "W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Norsah. -IN HATS AND CAPS. Men's Jllack Felt Hats Men's Nice Straw Hats Boy's Nice Straw Hats Men's and Boy's Caps 2oc. up 25c. up J. H. Perkins. Dissolution Notice! ....,,.10c. up ..T.iiL.lOc. up - 5$ 5$ RELIGIOUS. Mr. Simmons, of Berea, gave us a very interesting lecture aud show Saturday night. His scenes were also Biblical and temperance. Mr. Simmons was with tho Rough Riders iu. the at tack on San Juan Hill. 5f PAINT LWK. T. J. Lackey returned Saturday from Colorado. Allen Zaring and C. F. Higgins, of Richmond, were in our town last week. MissEstello I'ovntz.of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of Miss Jimmio McCor-mic- The firm ol Blcfrerstnlf .t Oldham has hern dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. R. E. L. HiKgcrstaff retiring. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to ns will cail and settle at once. Accounts not settled by August 15 will be placed with a collector. We need th money and the old business mast be closed up. Persons having accounts against the old firm, or the individual members, will present same at once lor payment. II. tt. 1 UIUUEK8TAI-W. S. OLDHAM. Jnly-4July S, 1899. , w IN CARPETS. Hemp Bugs Brussels 10c up 44c np 25c up Unions .lute ....25c. up Mattings li 10c. up '. I5c up IN HARDWARE. Knives and Foris. per set Cako Turner. r ues Teaspoons Tablespoons aic. up Fish tines... i 4c. Fish IIooks....-...X.I.l- c. Curling Iron- 3c. np 1c set up Butcher Knives- -. 6c set up 3c. nn 10c. each doi Estray Hog!, Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, B. k. A red sow, weighing about! ISO pounds, came to my place, near Cedar Cliff Ford. Drowning "Weary" Willie Wallace, of Paris, is Creek, about June 15. and has since been cared same by calling for by me. Owner visiting Ins parents at Point Lea veil this and paying charges. can have TIM LAKES. 3$ 2 to-da- y, oft-en- Carpels week. Miss Patsey Cornelison will bo the attractive guest of Miss Fannie. Wallace next week. Corn, grass and tobacco aro badly in jured in this sectionon account of the continous dry weath'or. Quite a number of people from here attended Chautauqua on college day and sawRichmoud's representative carry oil the honors. Miss Viola Million will begin her school at High Point, next Monday tho 17th. The trustees of this 'district are to h congratulated on securing such' an able teacher as Miss Million. Catarrh fan Not be Cured with local applications, as they can not reach the seat of the disease.Catar- rll is a blood or constitutional diseaKe, arid in order to euro it you must take internal remidies. Hail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the. blood and mucous surfaces. Halt's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the physicians iu this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with tiie bestbkwd purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. Th! perfect combination of the two ingredients Is what produce such wwi-tkrfresults in coring tfrnd ftir testimonial, free. 1 r . J.OKxxaY co.,Frn. TM,0t &ld bv tlntttfctft. trffcfc to, Julyl2-2- E AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. V: EIDER. 5 OF UEXIINGTOIN, KY. SUITS THE "POCKET, the eye and the ear. All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments of merit. They possess every-thina- r essential to sweetness and strength of tone and The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a ruar&nta of its excellences 5 MARRIED. r8. two-ydar- SrEWART-Tn.LEnv.-M- $160,000 PAID JJV LIVING BENEFITS $ 65,000 RESER YE AJVD SURPLUS. PLAI Tbt Irntit c 1 Iiwiiiss. ky. DEATHS bt ooauty or hniah. rower&Co TJfpJTOf We pay the mh proite lo the living that Insurance Com-p-ie- e pay to the eotfttes of deceased. profit eeeafeteMt vlth surety and conservatism. Every precaution for tbe protection of the investor. For purlieu W apply te fthf Pv. aet Twey C'ti. juamm feisxx. 37VUTH BOWMKN, Ucal Ajra.t- - 3IRH. A. T. MILLION. m0mTAr, lkximvtom. Ky. nichnaIt Kh' mif m ftrt tiN tatts c i', Mi 0 13 SUPPLEMENT. THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. J. SUPPLEMOTr "i r- - - ...... VOLUME 26. .... MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JULY 12, 1899. she hearties' compels. "The Teller," by the author of David Harum " and the only existing fiction left by Edward Noyes Westcott, is a story iu which the pathetic incidtnt tragedy- - of eveiy the day life is treated witli a power never surpassed and seldoni squalled in contemporary literature. There are also valuable and timely n papers contributed by a numberof writers. well-know- NUMKEB GV. g . .:. a" a - ;;'::;:!:;;;!' THIS WEEK'S a 9 Q.... a o. a. ... a.., o..... .. Special Lenders D02TT FORGET IT a a a a a a a a a a a FOU GOVKKNOlt. HON. WrLIJAM GORHEL, OF KKNTOV COUXTY. FOU I.IKUTKNANT J. GOVKKNOlt, C W. UKCKAM, Cantrill's wilid plinlnnx of over 1,00( leavy or general. Change to coolei for Uuebeli mill uim eni to Louisvllli vlll follow Th IDLli to 22d, pnunUe-d- l ami io8cl hh a Mine umiiHuur nn the usual chauge-- i to storm condiSioiip to listen to oiip hi tions. Many blni k, blnstniing cloudF, C'lil hi't liis jimextloiiH. Wh tlou'i think then vlth rain in nmtf. Beaeiiniinrychaniic ill lie f"innl a very hit; liolu in tin to mueh warmer, more bluster and Of.iiioiTatic juirtv ni tho .)lncu W. ( mattering slioweis general about 2(ith Ohciib hroku out.- - 0V(Ill).llo o 23th " GOEBEL AND.JHE TjCKET. at the bar Is better known than hp. He is an aMe lawyer, a shrewd politician and ct'tirngeons stmpsinau. He ban served several' terms in !!. State enato from Kenton county, and has tiwavs fathered lpgishition that bene-file- d the poor and workingclass Mew-po- rt Journal. GOV. ED BROWN OF .NELSON COUNTY. WRITEIj UP POND MEET- FOlt ATTOKNJJY OK JJOYI.K GKNEKAI-- , a.... oo aft tai ea a 'a .o a a a a o.... . Reduced Prices a a e a' Of a a a a a a a a 0.. Oa" OS' o. o. a" o.. o.. o. o. . o. .. Choice Styles in Lawns, Dimities, Wash Crepons, Piquet., Ginghams, and Percales. AU going at SLAUGH- ..aaa o a TER PRICES, a3Ill)I133 a oa ea a a ... a a o ee a a" ... . OUT PRICES OX ALL .a .a oo ..oa a a a a a a oa a oa Se. a.t... o.... e.... ai oo o. as et . mil IMS E ..a a .. Women's Tan and Black Oxfords, regular price Si..50, can be purchased in the next Thn Days for 31.00 All others reduced .a .oa oa o o o oa ..a ..ao ..SO as a a a O QO O.... o. Of" .. Haifa 0StM. o.-c- f Aipio fiofeto, All sizes, good qualit, at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. OO oa OU CO 00 o o.... ao o.... .. oa oo oo .00 oa oa oa oa oo 00 o.... s.a... ... .. .oa .00 .oa oa Take advantage of this Re- Come to Mer . duction Sale. Kee's when you want to save money. Respectfully, oa oa OQ 08 oa s. a.... a' a a.. go.. a. a.. a. o.. q.... a..... a. a ee..M a... oo... e. - 00 00 09 oo 00 00 oa oo oa 00 oa 00 .oa oa oa oa oa oa oc 00 oa oo ;.'. ..... ..... a eaeceaaeesasaaaaeasaaaaaaeaaaaaataaaaaaaaa UlMsd ei.UO, adaa4UHHk OliOU, u4 fcjIrtiffctC. O. I..fLjrflt I Qt'lU rikLtm It ki journd.rct freight u.ia.. You cn examine rcrmentrd, equMtooruwwceit, that a if 7uflmllt r 'i' it &7&.m t nrtir viuu.oo, Uie,.iTattTalueyotteT(!raw and j r t.ntter than organ oulTertlMti hotben at more money, pay 1' rrutit a (cent r aprtlnl 90 day' affcr yrlec, 3I.7S eti.o,or 10.JS. v ,1.75 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS' PRICE S5.iba price chars Mir It n otter kh wrer suade be far-- . DlBikUC A D S1TEETBST T . ACME QUEEN lOUofttie which the lUuatratlon 1 .n tfcW us QUE DOLLAR aiidlrel.-McWcm- . a4. ai .01 Bll ACKK I I I 1 horn. From iMiwiroartitmrMkOr. .a direct from a pnouimrujonca.a xorm aoute Idea of 1U " 'ful appearance. Made from ao.ti quarter Mwed . antiiU4fintj&.tian4somelrdceoratedanduruameitl, SS'hl C 1. a u( It liuhu hfvh i Tim in dT-rn.-- i, . , ,psufolicwi, 1.. C.l-I.- r I Trb 1.U4I. If .!.. Cmx, lui i n.,M.. r.n- I 4 (.1. Ortlm T..- I. -- .wrr Krrt., 1 f M St Sr.t Rrll. etr.'$?.-s-- ...... lrOrtuvi n.Miocif sr rrt i Srtrit r..J., b...ik !,... " Ml J.I.4IM. rrl.flpU tr4 1 ill: AC.MEQl I'XN r. onutof thoeelbruxlJrilliri.whfcliri!nlf tii In thobichp.tgrleln,trumfnlIHlrt wltli lltm. 1 1 ui.r.. l.5jfci"&& JtT TJ .iyZtii.Z, yit?Si'!S ?.-.-- cslj l - '"l-- ' T SCfi)' I K.rb .uiru.t.. i...... iui hi twi..t.it lolhr,Mf.lllnw.of hbrtrbtreIoth,Splr I. nw.1 fcMi,. r.fit. 'it-- S LV'imSiirS,a.& ,?.4-'flK4-.;'- ' f v J UK, iwmtoekknd flnxt Intlicr In tmlal trainee. ti'i'fl I'renrh mlrrnr. nlrkttl W' fralH fr aadatxl rrerr modern Improvement. mm nta abaal u4 Ui keatergaa Uatractlaa hak paMUaed. GUARANTEED 25 YEARS. a written blndlne iruaiaritre. bytJie t rui and condition! of which If a.ny part clen oil we repair tt free f eharce-- Try It one month and we will refund your money tf von are not perfectly lit I aold at l I. U. Alt fled. too of theae orran fItl !. fTi fj.T,jt -- .l .i' '' . fP-1,Vi V; 'j, I . AA ' f , S3? " ' i f'ifcL . .r r ,Tal5 tttil. f II 'S1" ,J.i aSia.-tt- f 'v 'i7 .m-- iiMiilw He -t Zl$S3S? iimir.ir axiinif ih i.av. 1 OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED " un ii with n aak yonr nctchuor about ns.wi lie j ' j, ii it tiralt t.te pablliher of thta paper or Xetropolltaa atlonal XUnV. or Corn Exchange Nat. JfenaChlccr. or nentuan Exchanire lUnk frw Tork; or Mir railroad orexprv company In Chicago. Ke aat a rapll mt S7AO.fHHl.no, oritpy enlr wof the Unrest butne W' iu. Chaco, and employ nearly 2.00 pNTle In our om building. Wk riL iu(aj &r5S.o a m ' prhv. frr aaast aluo eTerytblnc In mwril ntrfimnu at lowest whlcl BMWkJt Arltera tharaxfcli . tuiar.j an t mnlral ntrnmnt elloene AiklriM, T, nrui, V i imt ar lr iai, SEARS,' ROEBUCK A- - CO. (InC). Fulton. Deiplainet nd Warmin SU.. CnlCACO. ILL- - We have just received a number of Rcf ri- enttors, Ice IJoxes, WsiterUooiers, wmte Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, ( All kinds of Fish- - catch vO evr-rvthin- ir ; . 'f4 from a Siin Perch to a uuannei imuu v at. Did we 'Jft evoray , ..r suij & HK.i or &s thing to 'you about lr-- v the m& 7f Call and see us. Well, Ave will see you later. Main Stueet, Richmond Ky. iiinnu 9R thre Pond Meeting House is situated on in the Democratic parJULY.' Barnes Mill pike, threo miles Irom the ty to Mr. Goehel, ami we hope the few FOH AUBITOlt, court house. It is located in one of the who aro disposed to raise a conteutiuu This yei.r gives us the first opportunmost beautiful parts of the county and GUS COULTER, , will recant as quickly as possible and is of the oldest christian congregations ity to celebrate the most memorable OF GKAVK8 COUNTY. march in tho forefront to a victory that around hero and the building is one of July our country has known since Its is as sure as the i;osm1 is true. We were FOIt TltEASUKKK, our best country brick churches, Rev creation. never surer of anything in our Jives S. W.HAGER. On July 3, a year ago the Spanish lUiley, psetor of the congregation, reTifer. than that Goebel and his excelleni OF KO YD COUNTS. sides near the church. There is also a fleet came out from Santiago to accept running mates will win and by a ma- " Mr. Goebel will he bitterly opposed hlacksmhith shp, run by Leslie Moore. the battle lo"ng systematically arranged jority that will forever take Kentuckj FOIt SKOKKTAKY OF STATK. by every trut, corporation, and the Some of tho principal persons near here for it hv Admiral Sampson, aud fought out of iIip doubtfut column. Slop carp CAMill UKECIUXniDE HILL, friends of the uold staiidard and are Irvine White, Dock llenidon. Jack by the Captains and their men under !?rom us, jump in the band wnon and heir OF CJ.AICK COUNTY. I toss. Hugh Miller. William Adams him with exact ohservancoof orders . I combines in the Stato. with the Laud 1, o....r .in. tt.. ....:...:...... rn Ani -o- n.o.u-vjj ; milroa(1 t the ,iead of tlieIi8t- - Is it George- - Adams, Sam Dejnrnett, Joel ami terrible precision in' gunnery. FOK COMMISSIONKU OF AGIIICUI.TUKK Wi hid an hour tho outcomiug fleet possible tluii-anhonest hihii wholovpr Kmbiy. Matt Arhuckle. Bud $arn-s- . I. N.N ALL, ds country and the tiiumph of Demo Wm. Filzpatrick, Mr. Forbes, Wm. was stink or ashore, with the exception Oldest, OF JKF.FKKSON COUNTY. Tho leaders of Stone and Hardin of one ship, which surrendered a" few ratic principles will assist this gang to Crutcheraud Biutu- - white, forces 111 this county are acting like tin defeat him in Novenibel? -- Cadiz Barnes Mill is located at the terminus hours later. I "Oil SUP'T. OF PHBLIO IXSTUCTJON, rno Democrats they are. A lew iuph. Eleven days later, on July 14, the of the Barnes Mill pike on Silver H. V. UcGHESNEY, t is true, aro talking of bolting, but Creek, six miles from this city. It is city of Santiago surrender d to the army OF L1VINGTON COUNTY. The Morris is a when they lmve had time for reflection Senator Goenl is the best organizer one of the oldest water grist mills iu under Gen. Shutter, and a few days we do not believe a single Democrat n Kentucky. He has outgeneraled the the county and was built by Mr. Porter alter, still in July, Spain sued for FOK KA1LROAO COMMISSIONEH, 3D. DIST. will refuse to go to the polls and vote other candidat's and their assistants. 75 years since. Dock Hroliston is the peace. COL A- - V. HAMILTON, for trie whole ticket. A few men who and has passed through it all with miller, successor to James Barnes, deTho month of July will hereafter be OF JIT. STKUL1SQ. are in the habit of bolting may refuse eati hands. He is the strongest man ceased. One mile above tuN mid is an more than ever inomorable iu the histo vote for Mr. Goehel, but nobody ever before the people, and is on a platform old hemp cloth factory.uow dilapidated, tory of tile United States. counts theiii when figuring out tna- ANNOUNCEMENT that no other caniliil.iteo could sen nd on which was built by Mr. Sinrh, from orities. Goebel is a gentleman and a FOR COOSTT JDDfiE. disbecause each was opposed to the prin- - Lexington, iu 'he early daxs. Half By Special Request Dr. Goldstein Has Dee Democrat. A perwu who re We are Authorized to snnnnnra .TTinnR mile below this mill one of the best ceples enunciated. Frankfurt Argus cided to Remain Until Saturday JOHNC CHENAULT a candidate for County fuses to vote for him does it from siiiti Judge, subject to the action ol the Democratic Louis-iron bridges in the County, 'spans Silr because he Iuih been misinformed b A man that can go into a convention ver Creek. This creek is one of the 'uch undemocratic papers as the Loiii- tProst-nij)pc- d with about the strength ol largest and longest ju the county. It FOB COUNTY CLF.ItK. CVnrier-Jouriia- ', We are authorized" to announce ARCH ville IW, Dispatch, the opposition and with these odds rises near Booties Gap, bet ecu .MadiK WANAUGII DOTY forConntr Clerlr. unrlrrt or Post- .- Nicholasviile Cincinnati jraiiist him, organize the convention, son and Iiockcasile counties and is to the action of the Democratic Paity. Democrat.' we are authorized to announce C. M. Near this lominate lhechoic of every candidate about forty miles long a candidate for County Clerk, subject I and have every detail of action curried bridge is the oid huuiested of Geu. to the action of the Democratic Party. A ItOSY VIEW OV THE SITUATION. We are authorized to announce. D R. TEVIS out as he desired, certainly will makea hEstill, who was a noted man in that a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the No matter who had been nominated itf ider that no party need be afraid to locality in his time. Ii is one of the action of the Democratic party. pit Louisville there would have been follow - Winchester Democrat. best brick residences iu this section. some kickers. That is always to be He was grandfather to Hon. Sam and fob si:eiufp, We are authorized to announce JOHN F. expected, especially from people, who Senator Williau Goebel win not our Judge Thomas Scott, of this city, and WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison It is uiy specialty to lit glasses in county subject to the action of the Democratic seak under the Sist twinge of disap hoice for the Gubernatorial nomina nude to Mrs. Wade Walker An party. pointment, without waiting for calmer tion, but since ilie Deiuociaiii: State uncle of the writer, Thomas Brown, such a manner that thoy lelieve the We are authorized to announce JOHN W. eyestiain peiltcth ; lilting theeie with uch people are usually onveiitiou has, in its wisdom, seen married one of his daughters and af BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for reflection. spectacles that you can see with ease Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic emotional, however, and soon get over proper t4i coiifnr this honor upon him. emigrated to Missouri hi. d died and comfort, thus preserving the eye. party. Stanford Journal. We are acthSrized to announce MARTIN their troubles. we extend to the brilliant young states there. Some of the principal denizens Iu examining tho eve only the latent GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison j improved metliods aim man and bom eider fiou, Kenton of litis section are John Uohinsou, John and most are used county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. WATTEJISON nEOI.AKES KOK II RYAN lunty, our heartiest congratulations, Diierson, Smitre Willis, Joe Grimes, Physicians especially are invited to AND GOB 11 EI. and hereby tender to him our earnest .Mr. Pearson, John Todd, Mart Bow call and iuvesiiiratrt lit v methods of FOR ASSESSOR. man, Albert Cornelison. Met Barnes. correcting errors of refraction. .Many ttpport. Falmouth Peiidletuniaii. We are authorized to announce JOE OLDIt is trno that the e litor of the Cou headache, neuralgia, nervous HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison Wm. Pestou, Eugene Barnes and Ed casses ol and the editor of tlie Mescounty subject to the action of the Demoness, irritability, insomnia, vertigo cratic party. Mr. GtHsbel began life a penniless boy Cornelison, the latter living in the old nervous prostration and the seeming senger met, by chanco, during the con We are authorized to announce JAS. L. Hotli were feeling good, out and the sou of humble parantage, and Porter house which is over ICO years stupidly of children are often due to BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison vention. caused nv an tumorcounty subject to the action of the Demo- they restrained their emotions Mr. everything he has ever gotten he has old Mrs. Cortielison's brother. Wm. detective vision of the cornea or crys cratic party. mal curvature fight for. Ho had to flsrht the G. Detrick, of California, was ship talline tens or to an irregularity of tue Wnttersou vowed he would suport Mr. had to year, and Mr. liryau, it li and N railroad and all other coroor- - wrecked on a voyage to Alaska, but refractiug media of the eye, and are IN THE POLITICAL FIELD. Goebel this(and nominated, he believed he would ite influence in his race for tho Demo was saved by lifeooit and lauded upon relieved at once noon application of the proper glasses. Ninety per cent, of the be and ought to be.) next year, though cratic nomination for ijovernor.and the shore aud was without food for eight peoplo over 10 yearn ot age need glasses. I'uv.s, having null' mussels to eat. WHEN TO VOTE AGAINST GOEHEL. ho couldn't go some of the features of people of Kentucky will see to it that and M per cent, ol the !)U ntcil them If Mr Goebel swerves from the jilat-for- the Chicago I'uitforiu, and the old prodi these influences do not defeat him in He also knew Pearl Bryan, of Greeu- - lor distance. Gl ssesarenot alwavs gion to im casde, Indiana, who was murdered near upon which lie was nominated igal talked and acted like one who was November. C.toiz Record. F'ort Thomas, Kentucky, and widen prove eyesight but to relieve undue powerful keen to get back into Father then it is time for the Disjmtch to reritraius; m short to assist nature. Thou rIKi tS The ticket does not meet our every created such a great sensation in Ha sand ol eyes are ruined yearly. Seven fuse to support him. Mr. Goebel won Democracy's house and get a good pproial, yet we have not aught to say state four years since. The fourth of person out of ten have neither eyes square meal, lie was icceiveil on pro his nomination by pluck and good genagainst it. All of til em are gentlemen July picnic given near this place was alike, and one out of 'JO. Astigmatism; eralship and 110 Dehiocrat can allbrd to bation. eye nonce the In all seriousness, if the Courier- - and all ot them are Democrats; had it a complete success. 'I here were about separately. necessity of testing each be prejudiced against him on account Special attention is given of idle new paper reports and scurril Journal will now in good faith cease not been, they would not have received 2,000 people present. They came from to it n v inequality that may exist besneers at Mr. Brx an tho nomination. Let us put aide per evey quarter of the eaith, lrotn the tween the refraction of the eye. ous editorials. Judge tho man bv its Optical science has made rapid adand the Cuicngo platform, it may be ot sonal itillereiices'.'' Let's spite the geu tour cardinal points. o( tne compass - &m what he Democrat. ii i i Ins- few vances eral foe bv voting, every man for the north, south, east and wtst. The ciowd "ciyreet within thn spectaclesyears.-th- beservice-i- n some supporting the Demohas adaption of cratic ticket, and it may to some ex Democratic nominees.' This is right: ranged from the infants of six mouths come a distanct profession. The opticBUCKNF.a ISCAItlOT. itself iu the contMeuee this is Democracy 'Princeton Bauuer. all along the line to one old woman 01 ian who thoroughly understands his Judge Ceckner is out in a card feeitinn tent veais old. Kveiy body Was happy aud biisiiie-- s realizes fully that iu adjust of Democrats; otherwise its support of ImS forth his alleged reasons for not voting customers 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, The reiuaiks of certain so called Dem edibles were iu great abundance aud ing glasses for his delicate andhe is prefor Goebel. livery time Beckner's Uhe ticket will be positive injury rather treating will a most than an aid. We are in favor of giving ocrats about bolting is offensive a de if any one went hungry it was their own cious oigan, wheie the slightest error tinme is mentioned w6 ciyi not help DA Y PHONE 23. fault. Tnere is a fine spring flowing may result seriously, while if he does cent man's ears, lf they bolt the N GHT PHONE 23. the coinpaiihon of him to Judas it a fair trial. Owensboro Messenger, nominee to whom will they go? from a ledge of lock which supplied the his work well, he not only gives com-foIbcaiiot made by the lme James 1$ and ease to his patrons, hut in gathering with plenty of cool I'll the Republicans? Remember Urad large many instances restores sight. lieck Beck Kaid he hod teen a lliotis- - OHKJINAL SOLUTION a la 1'ltOOTOK ley water. Stone Battier, the enanil bis gang! No, my brother, you KNOTT. Special cate should be taken in seHiid picmi ts of Judas, no two of them Editor Jim Allrn, of . Cyntliiaua have fought and lost. Now. don't he a terprising merchant, of Caleast, had a lecting the first pair of special les, nor alike, but that eveiy one faored Beck refreshment stand and cater-e- should it be atlenipied without the nit! Democrat, who fought (inehel's mind retiegaiiu lory and join the enemy, hut niai-clanet. Ulaxgow Kous. School Curricnlnm, It is I Slfnt4' Sonthsrn filrU' thit in a magnificent manner lo the de- of resiionsibe optician. should le-most In pr.of any rW- thus ex take vour medicine like a man and nation as hard as anyh-dy- , ilitpoiirut that the lenses vv ui)Kna,et-n- , without extra uftDonnenitDf. nfre. sires ot the large congregation, lucre rinnmlOrg!iftDifeiior.Mn..r)oct.,(lx;h. cei'iered and of the best q nitplains his altitude now that Goebel ha? bide a wee." .Nicholasviile Deuiociu DOffX WITH MASS CONVENTIONS. Director, firad Kor. Col of MnIc. Mnnirh. Snrerb slTntacrra in Art And In Klnrutkm. wi re plains of aunts' incut, such as oalit ty, and the frames so made llml the Strinir Slnnfcacres) m Ground (.33 nuurnatui In America for bentity It tndent have represented inre 1hn 3 SWim. The lxuixvilh Convention has taught been initiated: Refined Lome. Number limited. Terms reasonable Til. SMITH. A. M , l'rrn. (Ahimlnus of UnU.nf Vu.) racks, tc. Dr. I.obi rls, of tnsiiv w'elirer I.Biks dnecuy tl rollgo thf (f I eiiiocratic We re.dly have been for Goebel all The Stale ticket just tilted to the ce ler. Glasses uiceiv tin lie uiocrals ol Kentucky a Hung or the time. You see, it was tills way nomiiia ed is woithy of I lie suppoitof one ot Hie principal origlnaloie ot the Us well n.-- a nu- - an ornament two nouui tue niiiniier t beltcling Ueie- enter allilllelil, w.inieared in nils sec- necessity We voted for the third llai every tiue Uciuocriit. In point of gatfs.or, in fact, ascertaining the prefer ability it is a remarkable ticket aud in tion of the comity, sil l serve during ences of tht voters for any candidate din' and Stone in order to jump on upon tire Civil War ill' the Ui Kei.iucky cav-alithem nu final passage and kick the every respect it may be thpt-mleor an expression front them on any btuiTlu' out. of them, just like Mr. to n fleet uieUit upon the pally and up question, thnt should prove of value in 'i'i.e county candidates were iu full Stone was lying in ambush for the gold on the Suite. Tntre is every leasou the future. It has been proved, we boUd theiefoie why tne ticket should receiv force. Theie was a stand built under bill. presume, to the satinfactiou of even the heaity and aggicssitn support of .t large sycamore uie fur tiie speakers one, that couulv unifca conventions are Kitting children with spectacles a every Democrat m the Mate. It its a nut the Kic'imoud hiiver Hand wn JUDOE PIlYOIt ON GOEItEL. ;i snare and a delusion mid inlibt c'o. A piesetit and dispensed excellent music !priiilrv. do Recently, the writer met Judge Win. rising ticket a progressive ticket, it in Parents, not i.eglect your childprimary election is the only new life into the pany. The fu- - in beautiful strains and harmonious ren's exes. li'siri rarr Is right at hand so is the fair way of conducting preliminary Pryor, than whom no man stands high jects lu.e is bright and full of promise and melody. Music arose with lis oIup-tuo- Difllctill cases solicited. couteslM, hut if that method is inexpe er in Kentucky. In the course of the regard to the eyes All onestioiis in swell and eyes looked love aud with such a leader as illiain Goebel, ilient then precinct conventions will conversation, it was suggested that as T Old cheefllhy answered. 9S rc . Bards hearts rebounded love again. would each develop con there is no sucli thing as fail have to be substituted i'auville Ad the camtldates Consultation And Examination Uloiy, the emblem ot the free and town Uecoid. siderable strength there might be Fbkk. vocate. brave, waved inagestically over the Oftlfp hours from 10 a am. to :t p. in. deadlock iu the convention, and in that The nominee .has been located, and stand, aud the hea ts of the great crowd atGlvinlnn parlors. Kichiiioud. Ky. event, lie (I'ryor) might he chosen as ' ' OHEKNElt THAN GltASS. ' the Democratic candidate for Governor bin name, it is William Goebel. He wat with ther warluth of patriotism One fact clearly brought out by tho and that lie could undoubtedly he ehc was not our first choice; he was hot our Jallai.t men' and beautiful women wcio r?Plsil .t convention is that. Capt. V. J. Stone is ted bv an overwhelming umjoriiy. He second choice, but he is the choice of iu abundance, and our fellow towns greener iliau the yrans that grows in the promptly responded: liX)2 delegates as- man, Allen Z iring, towered above Ills am for Sena tho majority of tho rfuvetaof Kullawa that, in fact, lie is tor Goebel. 1 know; him, and, tl.erefoie sembled, iu the Liuisvillo convention, felltiw uieu like some gigantic sentinel. too simple to be alloivcd to roam I am for him. I would rather see him aud we drop in file. Bill Goebei's chiet Kichuiohd was well represented by at larjje without a tiustee. Stone's Governor than he Governor myself enemies before the passage of the Goe men and women lads and lassies. The noone is cooked. To "ever come before Such a man is needed.. He would make bel amendment to the election law weie penkrs were: S. IJ. Black, who oe- the people of Kentucky nualu for any an able Governor " Such words com the railroads and other corporations of livered a short but sweet address; Snm ftidor, who spread himself like the ollicc great or Mi.all, will he impossiblo ing from such a iiihii should utterly the finite. That's not a bad recommen Hardware Store, sx&fc Ei5 found in 4i lirst-elas- s iEis for liim. The people of this State whelm the puny attacks of puny man dation. The man who stands for ten voting B'iy tree, quoted many passages IeI as Collars, Hames, Traces, Baekbauds,.;t6., have many faults, buta toleration for Col. Cladduck, in Paris Kentuckian years between the encroachments of from scripture; W. B Smith delivered Nails, Wire, Stpves, Tinware, Cutlerv, etc. WMte Sulphur ard imbecility is not one of .them. (ilas organized greed and the rights of the me ot his matchless orations and highly ;i gow News. entertained and edified the assembly people is entitled to some consideration, TAYLOR IS HliACK ENOUGH. Chalybeate. Pleasure no mailer what our precoiueived no- lalbot Jackson, one of our young ora There is talk of the Republicans run tors acquitted himself like a man. Rev. THE DISPATCH ON TIHAL. Mr. Wm. Bucklky, our eyperienqeid.. tin-- , ning lion. John W. Yerkes us a dirrk tions of hiui miiy be. Marion I'ltss. and Health" Resort. Ble vciis, from Virginia, cast somel3l ner, is constantly iu demand for guttering, The Louisville Dispatch, in tirping horse in t!io .Slate ciiuvention at Lex ' 7?! roofing and repairing. OPENthe election of liryau, Ufa that the iligiou next week, just like Torlie Kentucky wants atltl stands sadly in what of a religious tone over the au dience; Alley Adams, the Sour Woods only way to iret free silver was through General Taylor is not dark enough. We wiirn.ot.h6' need of best talent of her sons, and t9Jei tho Democratic party. Xo.v that same Glasgow Times. ' iu Hon Wm. Goebel is clearly demon- orator, also electrified the meeting, as UnflersoiQi..;... is sowing diM'ol'd and sheel strated that the m at brilliant, astute lid Squire Douglas, the little eagle of am'iugiis readers, and for what? HHSIGNED. and able politician and statesman ol the Mountains Oo tlie It. N. T, & B. Itailroad anil the. To satisfy personal ambition, and avenge John l)i nlapsays he has ret in d from the age has been selected. Tne man POISON OAK CURE. Kentucky fiver, in the midst of an imaginary insult. Does this paper jmlit cs. T hat Jit iug? up the story auaii who introduced the 'uoeiiel Mi:," that Mountains anil .Romantic Scenery. wish to see four ycais more of ltepnbli- of the man iu 'lexas-whosfSJl3 wife had will absolutely forbid the Hixilulity ol Down in the cliff, ill the woods, in Tho Whim Sulphur is a specific for can misrule at Frauklorl? lf it docs. just died. "Wan she resigned to I er ..llotlier steal IlKi: thrtt of 161)5 alut Ih'.Hi skin and kidney troubles; thn everybody will agree that it is pursuing faleV" inquired a svinpaihiziiig fnend The man, who by sheer hiain, power, the fence comers ahd wherever there is a semblance of wild liatute the three-leiive- d Chalybeate." nature's tonic. Hot the right eoureo. lf it tioes not. then "itfigeo ii i, silo iau in be, sun with the smallest iimi.i shoots of the poison ivy are Sulphur Baths iu tho house. it cclhj its traitorous course against the Tuxnu. let convention, woll he Democratic nomi likely to b found at (Ids time of the the regulat ly liomii.ated candidate.. Its nation despite, the odd.- - Hint year, t he iiariuiess-iookin-g out nox- - jTJIP"For lurther particular? address, course is.tho c.iuie of the Indianapo igaiu.si i in, will, in dtli.iiice.ca-il- y win JESSAMINE IN LINK. the Virtoti-- . plant Micosely lis lioIJ l:u fellows who bolted be- This county instructed lor Mr. liar tie guOerimloriat ell ctiou brtote the ginia creeper that lbe careless stroller is cau.--e G&pt. J M. Thomas, Prop'r., umn c .)t tnetr ctiotee. iiiov Coiistitutiouali-t- . din for Governor and the delegates t people Eminence ipt to pluck its- pieny green leaves, Xicholasvillu Democrat.' Louisville wuiked as luud and iw long leirnig to bitterly regret the act lAter IIIVINE, KY. lr. Geobel is a. gallant leader, and on. The unfortunates who have been aiiy3t-la any delegatt tlt.-rto cany fiut thei AUOUT W. C. OWENS WHO IS SOMETHING county's iiisirii lion. Tlu-- come back the rislug star of the young )eniocrac poisoned by this pest may hud some AGAINST COEIifiU. tie is a man who Hins relief by following these directions SEXD US ONE DOLLAR from tho coneiitiou talking and work of Kemucky Mr. W. C. Owens has a state' Solid trains, finest In the South; Cincinnati to ? , jitKor the State's choice, Hun. William tint defeat. Ho attaches his friends 'O given hv tile Chicago Record: . KlDjt-- f miinwvu. " lUVh Piu-kdt iruignii l, ment tltat he.uill voto the Republican li . him with hooks ol steel. We predict M. dlUVIIIl'II.M.i-- ; . M.. Goebel. jMchoI8Ville Democrat. " Wtt a slice iif bread with water.dust jour freight ticket in Is ovember, but. this seems to lepo-- anJ It Unit, he will uiiiKe the iiioslbnllii.nl conneclIn.i Ibcs. Through connections to Tampa, " washing soda and ar tout! ptrfecw It with common the" WEATHER. have created no consternation in canvass for'Governor ever uiadeliy any pi v to tho eruption, keeping the bread Georgetown, or elsewhere. Mr. Oweus tUftm in Kentucky for that high candidate is asserted UilS BIB you from the outride is thn man who was once elected speak trin tickets. Prof. Ill Hicks, the weather fore office, and that he will he electedj'y an wet half au hour ot this' It eter mw treatment will ir .pay rtt he er o! the Kentucky house of represen- - carter, has the following for July Overn helming majority, and that his that T::o TraJa Service b txr-.tno ff l.TViHnM V II SBK..l tativBS and the next session couldn't "from 7tli to 11th, look out for great administration of the high office of the surely cure." It K3Tor muster a dozen votes. Ho is also ' the warmth. The barometer will fall very proud old Coinuionwealih or Kentucky f. rKit e. kit v.x.i . rtmrrs to JadiSOIl- - ;ij Lifmcerv kmazm; : 113.00 , vUe, 54 noursj. man who wai bpoHtPd into congress liy low and many etonns and severe blus will be one of the rouges t the State M the skin of Ids teeth, by the coiohined ter wid pass eastward I y across the hai had In It's histoiy. William Clnclnxiatl to u 1th ,' i4a'wT--Bs--r-li- v 6ATALOGUI Lippincott',isfliw, which starts hbs tba or tli Democrats, Republicans, country about tho Sih to llth. Mer town Courier. ellorts of on 'an entimlv creer witli the j kiui fMhrht 6ffl. Th? mat im iMXA.LtvtnH , lttxltxU.lopUMXZ3t made Irom bsx pi Iron, tacr. women aud pieocliers, over ciiry, Vulcan and 2inv,- - Moon are all July briui out -- complete A inre ouuu. tj wiph, hw. otq door. fcMMnom hmrj tanct rea Col. Kill v Breckinridge, when ihelatter combined at this period, making it Onuof the longest ilrnwn out u- - Japiese ttrt'eOiy John Luther ltap, Urgt iMp, Hm4 rwrr. mm till W- l- Clrf ry Blows. w," wa under heavy fire, Bud made- such a most hopeful perixls for riu iu July. ventious In the his'ory ol kHiittiekv the author; of e tfttHB nam an run wroa vrtMr. wHwg n py Kft (MCI a KSMMSraK: during ue lerm that ho k On and touching the Hth and lotfi'j lHftr,?' 4tt. "Th Fok-has Hiljotirueil, ni with (ill thar oie of wtr buv anrt pnrame wire ie'.il wtth jl ehalf'hoKHion', rtrMlWt. uoi seriously mentioned (or aiiutlii. the i.ext p.'t fo) in which storm con. 11 tne Sir. Hg'ivt, If l)..t tliO strongest au '7 W t Store, tKf frvltTbt if JtttW He Ii aluntho man who Coukin't wHi, Ihiiim will leturn. ltw biiroiHetwi Jiosl t enets ever HOHinitU' d tint brL-- pro. llNlf-IUthftMNAOtrtt iu Seirit uomuii htr, nd llit'WtetiInj: cloUU will sppir tU. prittoil. To mfinliHki fuf Governor, Wm, jHfHlHJ-- tl DYr aO0 tip TMS ftlCMMllMi) faiK, Aiftt'r-l- , Z, u( 4. afaliiat Vat cite will w W fcMwtolt to a HtHa Mt4 HMM U 04m Mh XtJ MftariM i , lj.3 OUXTY. , R. J."HRKCKINIHDGK, SUKBOF V1CT0KY. Wo do not helievo is oppo ition ING HOUSE AND BARNES MILL. of The ticket as-iolo is a good one. Ooeliel, the luaJ, will liavo intense but he iV a, man of wonderful resources and ability a man of strong and positive character, and therefore hs many warm fi lends and bitter enemies. We beliovo he will be elected by a good majoiity. i?hepherds-ville the Youngest v to k U tails. My lino of Chairs is complete- rue-blu- the handsomest pver played this side of ville, , one-fourt- and all RAY-BUIt- N J! shriveled up are the prices. We keep 'all grades ol Chairs, but the lowest quality starts' at good and goes up. 01 -- ds fm lilt pDte.r?. 1 is isi 1 rier-Journ- - Not their selling pricey and it is an acknowledged,, fact that my line of Furniture, Chairs, etc., have stood the test. Entering upon pros perity is easy if you only have the key Here it is. ii ri m - e i n 5, NtVILLt r unnnrni 11 ru- 1 MUbhHLtT Dem-ociat- ic it i ss d BEAUMONT fft jrtf? y. InOWING TINEl Vulcan Chilled Plow, ins 'I ESTILL And Bel "Disc SPRINGS, CentefCiit'g Harrows. "''11 .If5 mm -- pl i; iiit-irie- -- I . , e li Taylor Bros. lepie-eiiiaiio- ii n 1 t icsj-mhle- s - y Florida Havana tl.r..Mlr-1..1lll..n'hnrrreV(n.!n!1 s r 1 1 2' v OO Iu. m, rei-or- '.lad-h-iri- Y V ayiTT-in7r'?Tm- t ir i trM; tmk j'l CI " - r SAN BLAS INDIANS. . ? HIGH PRICED BOUXb. " In five years American trade with 'American Colors with Distinctive t "Butv dear cousin, hav&iyou many rhe Water ot Its Spring l'roanceo During Queen Victoria'slrcign-there Australia in leather goods has quad May Intoxication Among: Soldiers Hl'snnl -S cbts?" "No; I can almost marry for Which Were l'rlntek Same have been 17 American presidents. pery'I'Htle Rent Back Camped There. rupled. - Season, Be Used. . love." Fliegende Blaetter. Ceatnrles Asa. '. Nation. . Thepopulation of the earth is esti- According to chemical anaylsis, 15 U see villainy in four face," said a 1,500,000,000. In mated to be about The president, has 'jssued,'thc followThe first printing press wns.brought One of the historic places in the west parts of the flesh of fish have about the 'A strange race of people, with" manThe radish crop is just about - a! Incthe table of the armed strength of .:' 1898 it was 1,455,763,000. ing" orders in regard o8Se use of'thc judge; to a prisoner. "May it please e The is Whisky ners and customs stranger still, lives Into England by a merchant 'named shipped. It has been a rather favorable rarious countries it is customary to put latter, "that It is said that on every voyage of.n United States flag by Cuban shipown- your honor," said the Metropolitan. is a dwellers ofGap, Wryo. and plain, me same nutritive value as 12 parts of boneless beef. mountain near the coast at San Idas, Colombia, Caxton, who forsook his trade to en- year for the crop. To most of your ltussia first among the nations of the first-clapersonal" reflection." ocean steamer about 3t000 ers: The oldest German coal mines were South America. To the few traders who joy the favor of the duchess of Bur- - readers, the radish crop may be in their world, with an active army of 1,125,000 pieces of glassware and crockery ' "Officers of the customs in the island Of Course. The Count"! loaf you! men who "fought Indians and hunted overland first worked in 1105. They are near ot minds something as the peanut crop soldiers, a first reserve of 2,500,000 and visit the spot for epeoanuts and vege- - t'undy, sister of fcdward x of Cuba may authorize the clearance, I vould'marry you!" The Girl "Yes; buffalo out west" during the did not begin to mine trail days of the early '60s, have ivory they a known as the San Pland, and in 1470 imported from Ger- - was a few years ago rather a "small a second reserve of 1,375,000, bringing In 1SS0 Germany Imported eggs to under a permit, for foreign ports in but it takes two to make a bargain, shrugged their shoulders with satisfac Worms. England fourteenth century. Ulas Indians. Of their origin and his- many a nrintinir outfit, which he eS' and insignificant crop." By looking up the total number o( available its coal until the the United States of vessels owned prior cbuut," "Sairtainly! I will see your the value; of $3,500,000. InS98" the tablished In a building ndjoining"Wesfc over some old reports I notice that in tory but little can be discoered. A reasonably active man walks Yonkers States- tion at the mention ol vnisKy uap ior on a war footing to about 5,100,-50amount was nearly trebled, ltussia to and owned at the time of clearance father minster Abbey especially for the purp- the year 1S70 tljis section around Nor nearly 40 years. This is the place, ac- about 297,200 miles, more than ten , One thing is certain, that although as against 5,000,000 In Germany, provides 90 per cent, of them. by citizens of Cuba, January 1, 1899, by man. where real "fire times the earth's circumference, in Hi friendly to the government of the Unit- ose-. of publishing his translation of folk is credited with having snippea 1,800,000 in France, 2,500,00 in Italy, residents of Cuba, under distinctivesig- Conditional. Little Edgor "P, is cording to thjeir belief, According to ttv text book quoted-bed States and to foreigners whomay en- the history of Troy (Itecueil des His- all of 40,000 bunches of radish, and all 1,600,000 an Austria-Hungarand he Lancet, twins occur once in 89 nul and coasting permit of Cuba. Such the a in Colora'do pronounced as in water" gushed up out of the rocks in years, just ' trotting about his house tories de Troyes). It was the first Eng- of 50,000 barrels of potatoel and other 1,100,000 in Turkey. But a recognized '" a beautiful mountain spring to quench ter or find themselves weather-boun- d births, triplets once in 7,910 births, and vessels may fly the Afnerican flag above maiden or as in gladden?" Pa "It all the thirst of a whole company of "Uncle and office. in the harbor qf San Was, there is no lish book ever printed, and in 1885 a. truck crops in proportion. authority among military men, the quadruplets once in 371,126 births. solely for the depends on whether you want to make The rapid destruction of the spruce the distinctive signal, Sam's trained Indian fighters. "It was forests This year it is estimated by one-o- f record of their having ever been con- copy was sold by the earl of Jersey to France Militaire of Paris, in a recent that the govern 11 the funerals in Paris are con purpose of indicatingStates, pursuant to Colorado rhyme with dado or shadow." nothing but pure spring water," they may be of the eastern United States quered or subjugated by any other tribe Bernard Quaritch, in London, for $9,100. our largest radish growers that the issue disputes the correctness of the realized when it is understood Chicago Times-HeralThe next .book printed in England acreage in radish will reach 1,500 acres. popular belief that ltussia can put in ducted by a single syndicate, which ment of the United say. "A veritable fountain of youth." or power. treaty, has assumed and will discharge, She "I'll grant that your income Whisky Gap received its name m iho-- ', that one daily paper used the growth has a licensed monopoly of the busiwas "The Game and Playe of the The number of growers is not far from It is quite probable that they have dethe field the largest army of the world the obligations that may, under inter- would be enough for us to marry on, if on acres In two days, tne wood havduring the building of the overland scended from the ancient Toltecs, but Chesse? CopIes:have been sold as high 500. One of the largest growers has in time of war and says: "The United ness. There is a regular tariff of rates, national law, result from the fact of the only you first-clas- s didn't have such expensive stage route from Denver to Salt Lake ing been reduced to pulp and turned funeral costing 400, and occupation of Cuba for The protection what vicissitudes of tribal life they may as $1,300. The first English book both nearly 50 acres of radish, and uses near- States are not a great military power a . Into paper. He "l? Expensive fads? City and the Pacific coast. fads." Itave passed through will probably written and printed in England (1489) ly one ton of radish seed. At one time from the point of view of their effective the cheap or ninth class 1. of life and property. What expensive fad have 1?" She It is a common experience amon? " was "Dictcs and Sayings of the Philos- recently one of our truckers was ne foot The bridge at Gloucester, connecting happened in this way: l he people It never be known. forces in peace, but in time of war "In granting such a clearance under ."Me, for one." Lustige Blaetter. of Denver had long been working to se mountain climbers to find butterflies Although inclined to be friendly they ophers," of which only four copies are gotiating with a seedsman for a cer their permanent contingent would the Midland dud Great' "Western rail a permit, officers of the customs will sold last tain kind, of radish seed, when the deal Honest Dealer "'F.'s a good 'oss. But cure the regular overland stage route, lying frozen on the snow, nnd so britstations, is claimed to be the long- advise masters of owners that the look witii most jealous eyes upon any known. One of them was form the nucleus of the vastest army of wayfoot-bridest on agy line in England. clearance under permit dnd the use of 1 must fell yer, 'e's one fault 'e's a lit- then connecting the easf and west. In tle that they break unless they are very effort to cultivate a closer acquaintance' year by the carl of Ashburnhain for er remarked as an indorsement of his Ihe world." $7,G00. tle givin ter runniit' away with yer." stage carefully handled. Such frozen butter1,'juo leet longanu 14 leet wiae, than the necessities of trade require. seed: "I sold a New Jersey trucker-1the flag of the United States hereby Client "If that's all, he'll do splendid- 1862 "Ben" Holliday, a veteran great flies on being taken to a warmer climate Prior to the beirinninir of the San It is The first Tiook printed in America was pounds recently" and our trucker of the man, became the proprietor No matter how many vessels may lie at tiago campaign and the stirring events and the longest span is 130 feet. The authorized do not confer upon such r, was overland line, and he agreed upon a recover themselves and fly away. Six "Doctrina Christiana," by Juan anchorin the harbor, or how much fairly paralyzed him with an order for of a year ago at Manila, it was not usual girders average in weight 20 tons eaclr,-thou- vessel any rights or privileges which ly. That' last horse I had of you Mexico, in 1559. 300 in the Chy of. route running through Denver to the species of butterflies have been fouml the one supporting the span are conferred upon vessels of the United given to running away without me." have been carried on during the pounds of radish seed, writes a con to include the United States in any So far as known, there is not a copy Punch. west. He decided to discontinue that within a few hundred miles of the mentioned is 26 tons. day, every white man at sundown must from Norfolk. States by the statutes or treaties of the computations of available armed in existence. The second was "Doc- tributor believe that if Shakes- part of the road running up theNorth north pole. Spacer"! That delightfully fragrant and grace United States. goon board his ship, or at least quit the The crop is planted or sown broad strength, the nations of Europe being Aluminum has just been used for thp territory of the tribe until the follow- trina Breve," by Juan Znmarraga, the cast in narrow beds, from January to compared only with each other in this ful flower, the lily of the valley, is "The rights and privileges of such peare were alive at the present time Platte and the Sweetwater rivers, and construction of a new fireproof first bishop of Mexico. It was printed curtain by the German papers as un vessel as to entry, clearance, dues, and trying to live by his pen in London, across South Pass, Wyo. The many Ining morning. This is a tribe law, by Cromberger early sowings are subjected regard. But as the quotation from ipril. The in 1543, and copies have to great danger of loss, and sometimes fo be used in the opera house, Bcsanron. against which protest is useless. the French military journal shows, in der it's simple beauty veiling a deadly charges, etc., in foreign ports and in the comic papers would reject many dian difficulties experienced on this The curtain is 60 feet wide by 54 feet of his best jokes." Humorist "I know route was the inducement to abandon Tim maidens of this peculiar tribe are told as high as $3,200. crop 'two all computations of available militasy poison. It is stated that both the ports of the United Stutes, will be deThe first book printed in the United the planter has to resow his Jules- - high, and its total weight, composed of quite attractive, and many a jack tar or three times. must now be stalks and the flowers of this lovcly-- l termined by laws of the country in it. I have tried "em all." Boston Trav- it. The new trail led by way of strength the United States of an burg, Col., to Denver, and on over the aluminum sheets eler. lias risked his life in the effort to win States was an almanac at Cambridge Warm, sunny nooks and corners are reckoned as a factor, and a very little plant contain prussic acid. It is ex which the port may be situated. or capture a dusky bride. Love, ns in in 1639, by Stephen Dae, who estab- chosen in which to sow the crop, and a computation shows that the view of tremely dangerous to put the stalks "I saw a statement in the paper that established wagon road to rort i,up- - Inch thick, will be 4,000 pounds. Had "Such vessel, upon entry into a port first printing press other lauds, occasionally overcomes ait lished the The second publication in this nrotection is sought from the north. the French military paper is very into one's niouth, ns, if the sap happens of the United States, will be subject to n German manufacturer has sold an ton and north across the Laramie - Khcct iron been tised instead of the country. was a to get into even the tiniest crack in the l,the provisions of sections 2197, 4219 and aggregate of 3.000,000 thermometers," plains, then due west through Bridge- lighter metal the weight would have obstacles, but if the unfortunate girl is slip entitled "The east and west, to keep off the cold nearly correct. In the first plqce, in containing caught or returns to her people the Freeman's Oath."a poemnext book was a winds from said quarters of the com- all authentic estimates of the available lips, it produces swelling, often accom- 4225 of the Itevised Statutes, nnd such said Mr. Manchester. "He must be very water Pass, Wyo., joining the old trail increased to 11,000 pounds. The The enterprising city authorities of ad, punishment is death. rich." "It depends upon when he sold," leading across the country to the other laws as may be applicable. metrical version of the Psalms, called pass. The beds of all the early sown fightingstrength of European coun- panied with severe pain. It is also coast. The change was made dur- a small northern borough have born The young mate of an English'bark "The form and manner of the issue added Mr. Birmingham. "How is that?" radishes are about six to eight feet in tries, "soldiers" of every grade arc in- visable not, to throw the dead flowers 1640. Copies the "Bay ing the summerof 1S02. All the rolling trying the experiment of sprinkling a lying in the harbor became enamored are very Psalm Book," in of most width, nnd are turned up in such a cluded in the general total, whereas the where birds can get at them, for they permits provided for in this paragraph "In winter thermometers are down, stock, horses nnd other property of street with sea water. They find that one rare. It of agirl whose home was near the beach. valuable books in is world. the manner tnat the north eilgeot menage American total is made up only of the often cause the death of young fowls bhall be prescribed by the secretary of while in summer theyire up." Pittsthe the company were gathered nt the sta such water binds the dirt together beThe mate's attentions were persistent burgh Chronicle-Telegrapwar. The first edition of the "Canterbury is higher than the south edge, causing regulars in the permanent service of and pigeons. tion just above Devil's pate, in central tween the paving stones, so that when love was secretly returned. and his "Tariff circular No. 71, dated Washprihteu by Caxton, of which each ridge to slope a. little to the south. the Unted States and without any ref;Tales," Eleventh it is dry no loose dust is formed to be A of A FATEFUL DAY. One night, just before the ship was to onry ington, May 23, 1899, is hereby reOn these beds the radish is sownbroad-- t erence, whatever to the national guard, BIG STORE OF STATIONERY. Wyoming. Company Maj. the two copies are known, has sold O'Farrell In raised by the wind; that sea water Ohio cavalry, with sail, the Indian maiden secreted her for $5,000, $5,100 and $9,400. scinded." cast. which corresponds to the first reserve detailed escort at docs not drj-- so quickly ns fresh water Record of Some Important Events. sailor boy in the thickets until nfter , The first edition of "Bobinson CruThe circular repealed is the temThe round radish is the kind grown and outnumbers the regulars in the The Department ot Justice ConUacti commnnd, was the Which Occurred on the nineso that when salt water has been used the time. dark, wjien they stolen canoe and start- soe" (1719) sells for $225. The first generally. Shipments have been going proportion of ten to one. The number Wrll-In- ir porary order giving Cuban vessels the a Whnlcsnle llnslness In During the first day the long train one load of it is equal to three loads ot teenth of the Mouth. ed to paddle out to the vessel. Hut an editions of Izaak Walton's "Compleat north for the past 60 days or more. of able bodied male residents in differ right to trade vith foreign ports, the Materials. of coaches. wagons, horses and mules fresh water. The salt water which is awful tropical storm came up which Angler" (1653) have sold for $2,075. The hands pull nnd tie the radishes ent countries is put at 20.000.00Q in ltus The nineteenth any of the month same privileges being carried in the "The department of justice runs one made 11 miles from the station where deposited on the street absorbs moiscanted the eloping couple to lose their The first edition of "The Vicar of Wake- in bunches at the low price 'of ten cents sia, 12,000,000 in Germany, 10,000,000 in seems to have been selected by fate as present order. bearings, and only with dillieulty did field," printed in 176G, sold for $300; per 100 bunches. The hand's take the Austria, 0,000,000 in France, 8,500,000 the day for important happenings. The Acting Secretary- Meiklejohn has is- of the biggest stationery concerns in the property hdd been gathered. The ture from the air at night, whereby the thoy manage to keep afloat. When the first edition of "Paradise Lost" for radish jn the bunches and wash them in Great Britain, 7,500,000 In Italy and following- list shows a few of them: sued the regulations necessary to put the country," said a clerk of that de- route chosen was directly south from street is thoroughly moist during the river. The camp semorning dawned I hey were washed $!50; the first edition of Milton's com- carefully and pack them in half barrel 4,000,000 in Spain. Nero was banqueting in Naples on the order into elTect. They provide as partment. "We have to do that to sup- the Sweetwater gap in the mauntalns, early morning, and has the appearance of having been freshly sprinkled. ply the various officials of the depart lected was in a ashore, almost exhausted. Theenraged plete works, containing a presentation baskets as a rule, and ship to market. 19, GS, when he learned of the follows: That clearance permits must By the federal census of 1S90 the March be signed by the commanding general ment throughout the country. Not where there was a fine spring nnd plen Indinug seized both and made them cap- inscription on a fly leaf in his hand- If the weather gets very warm, a nice number of residents of this country,in revolt that was to end his career. ty of wood for cooking purposes. Shorttives, condemning the girl to imme- writing, $1,150. clean square or oblong block of arti the category of males between 18 and AGUINALDO'S SOLDIERS. Sons of the American devolution in and collector of customs in Cuba, and many years ago our stationery bureau going into camp the major disdiate ileatli. ficial ice is bedded in the middle of 44 years, both included, was 13,230,000. New York gave an anniversary banquet issued only for purposes of legitimate wns used solely for the benefit of this ly nfter The highest price paid for n book last covered that quite a number of his sol The in plain of the kirk, anticipating year was $10,500, by Pickering & Chat-t- each package and the radish goes into Since then the population of the United March 19, 1S9S, at which the principal trade, under bond of fen dollars per immediate department. Judges, clerks Filipinos ami Their Methdiers were intoxicated, and he at once The Little FlKhtliiK Uncle alu( gross ton, to prevent abuse of the flag trouble, sent a boat's crew ashore with od of of London, for Itaoul Le Fevre's "A the northern market clean, bright, Stated has increased 20 per cent., ac- speeches were notifications to Spain of privileges and secure compliance with of courts, marshals 'dnd other officials sent for Lieut. W. II. Brown, .who was. A demand was made throughout the country purchased a rescue party. Soldiers. cording to the most reliable estimate. retribution in store. Boke of the Ilool Lyf of Jason," printed fresh and crisp. officer of the day, and informed him of for the priwiner. whereupon the mate by Caxton in 1490 in black letter. It Is A good hand will pull and tie as The actuary of the treasury estimated The Oregon sailed from San Francis the rules. Arms and ammunition may their supplies from stores in their citjes the condition of many of tlp men, and was released, but the girl was held for one of the earliest books in the Eng- many as 1,200 bunches in a day. Others the" population of the United States on co to loin the Atlantic squadron on be carried only under special permit. and towns and sent us the accounts to This little black man who is causing No statute or treaty rights conferred pay. By this method we paid the retail gave it as his opinion that some one us the same kind of trouble that the the death sentence. lish language, and formerly belonged will not get more than 500 bunches to June 1, 1897, as 72,807,000, and by next March 19, 1S98. was selling whisky in the camp. The rindiiignrgument useless, thedesper-at- e to Bishop Ileber. Some biographical their credit making the wages range year's census there is very little doubt Spanish shipping destroyed at Cadiz, upon vessels bearing the United States price for everything. We found this command was doing escort duty not boy experiences with a hornet's nest flag are conferred upon these Cubans would not do, as the highest prices were youth, with a few tailors at his details on fly leaves in his hand- from 50 cents to $1.20 per day. The but that the total population will be- April 19,15S7. the only for stage, stock and stores, but also cannot be understood in a day. When back, made a rush to rescue his sweet- writing greatly increase its value. A half-barrbaskets cost eight cents shown to be 75,000,000, an increase of Beginning of intercolonial war, April vessels, whose rights in ports of" the paid for everything. Under our pres for a number of emigrants who had captured he acts as if his lot had fallen United States and of foreign countries ent system every official of the govern heart, and had almost accomplished it, copy 'of Capt. John Smith's "True each. The freight to New York is 14 12,000,000 over nine years ago, and the 19, 1754. availed themselves of the opportunity among old friends. He grins and points by when he was struck down 1)3" a spear cents per basket. The yield per acre total number of Americans of military beyond our skirmishers, seeming to First blood, revolutionary war, April will be determined one the local laws. ment coming under our department for safe conduct over the plains. printed in 1C0S, sold for $1,425. dollar per ton, makes requisition on us for supplies. Extra tonnage dues, the hand of the' girl's thrust from 19, 1775. The highest price paid for an Amer- -' will run from 100 to 250 baskets. From age will not fall short of 17,000,000. Lieut. Brown received orders to think that the aspect of his fleeing counwill be incurred in the United States. and we send them at little cost, most of captors, lean book father. She broke from her trymen is a huge joke. The next minIn the United States the number of First blood, civil war, April, 19, 1861. The last year was $1,000, for a 100 to 140 bunches fill the half-barrpermits arc to be deposited in for- the time by mail. As we buy everything search all wagons, and if he should dis- ute, but gUehim the chance, he is likely crazed itli grief, and, seizing the spear, copy of Rev. Mr. Cushman's sermon package. It is estimated that the pres- plvysically disqualified persons incapa Concurrent Cuban resolution passed cover whisky to destroy it. Taking a eign ports with the United States con- at cost prices we save to the governdroe the head of it intb her own breast. on the "Dangerof which was ent crop reached, or will reach when ble of serving in the army is materially April 19,1898. corporal and three or four men, he com to send a bullet into nn American's The sailors managed to carry away preached at Boston shortly after the finished, the errand total of 20,000.000 less than in Russia, and the adminis United Colonies of New England sul there, ns in the case of American ment thousands of dollars each year menced the search for the contraband back. For such an offense Muj. Gen. to Cuba they over the oldVnethod of doing business. ships, and were driven bcttlement of that place. It is the only bunches, which is quite a respectable trative business of this country, too, formed May 19, 1C43. . , their wounded mate, but of Anderson once had a Filipino strung into their boat and awtry from the copy known of the first sermon ever increase over the modest .little 40,000 is conducted almost exclusively by "We carry a slock worth at least article, and found at least a barrel of- up to a tree on the spot, this being Ihe Memorable "dark day," May 19, 1780. shall be surrendered to the collector whisky in an emigrant wagon. The nnd, if conditions have been iflet, they $6,000 at all times, and all the judges, shore. only American military execution thus Cervera arrived at Santiago-Maprinted in America, and belonged to the bunches shipped in 1S70.T Our inform- civilians, whereas Bussia is under prac 19, shall be canceled. Otherwise the ship marshals, clerks and others send to us ficer ordered his men to roll the barrel far recorded in the Philippines. The territory held by the tribe is quite collection of the late Charles Deane, ant stated that this section was the tical military rule, thus taking from 1S9S. out of the wagon, knock in the head detained. Penalties not exextensive, although its boundaries are from which it was purchased by the largest radish growing section in the the number of those available for miliA giant private of the Montnnns chose Aguinaldo,arrived at Manila May 19, shall be ten dollars per gross ton maj-b- for their pencils, writing paper, etc. nnd empty the contents on the ground. ceeding not very accurately defined. It extends Massachusetts Historical society. It's funny, too, what strange fancies This was done, but it'ehanced that the a different method. When he wns fired entire country. As fast as the radish tary service all who are in the employ 189S. imposed for misuse of the flag, nnd some of them have. For instance, there from cape San lilns far back into the United States flag adopted by con forfeiture also may, follow. WashingThe highest price paid for an auto crip is pulled and shipped the land is of the government. Moreover, while spot where the whisky was emptied wns on at a distance of nbout ten yards nnd mountains. is a certain western judge who won't just above the spring, and the fiery missed, he caught his enemy, took his graph last year was $1,030, for a letter prepared for tomatoes, melons and 44 years is put generally as the maxi- gress June 19,1777. ton Star. Cocoanuts are the source of the na- from William Bradford to Gov, have anything else but a. red pencil liquid went pouring down into other later crops. The land as. a rule mum age for soldiers, the majority of War with' Great Britain declared the wa gun away from him and then laid him tion's wealth, which is considerable. whicli is peeled off when it is sharpened. ter supply of had vigorhis knees. After concerning the affairs of the Is made to "tote twice," so to speak, the commanders and many of the of- June 19, 1812. G STORIES. the camp. The soldiers across applied a piece of liebamboo lie ' groves in the Probably the largest We carry this pencil in stock for no Plymouth colony a few months after and often "totes thrice" that is to say, ficers, as well as the rank and file, are Alabama sunk June 19, 18G4. saw what was going on and they rushed ously t many others have world are just hack of San Ulas, and the landing of the Pilgrims. St. Louis is made to grow three crops per year. above 44. Everything considered, it is Maximilian executed June 19, 1EG7. Women Gnmlilerx Who Must Have other person, forward with cups, canteens, buckets stized the enemy by the seat of the belong to these Indians. ever taken a fancy to it. I suppose he and camp' kettles to save what they trousers and threw him toward the Country Gentleman. lU-eprobable that Uncle Sam could, on a Star. Bartholdi statue arrived in New York "'Perfect l.mllcs" In A kind of commonweal Ih or cooploses or misplaces all the other kinds of could of the coveted "spirits." Many a rear. pinch, put more troops in the field for June 19, 1885. Thoxe BUILDINGS OLD AND NEW. erative system seems to exist among pencils, but finds this one to his liking man stopped over the spring nnd drank WASHINGTON'S WEDDING. "There!" he said. "Don't you let me a "finish fight" than any other country Burning of Home began July 19, G4. them, and each member of the tribe One of the most notorious female because he can easily see it. Bight here almost without breathing until he was catch j'ou playing with firearms again." Battle of Armada begnn July 19, 158S. in the world. X. Y. Sun. collects and carries each day his share J It 'Wan Attended with as 31nch romp Facts About Some Historic Strncturcs The little black man's confidence in Filibustering in Cuba began July 19, gamblers of the eighteenth century was in th District of Columbia is a judge drunk. A half hour Inter the intoxi of the cocoanuts and adds it to the. That Interest the Entire and Splendor nu a Rural 1850. Miss I'elham, the daughter of the prime who listens to arguments with six pen cant was showing its effect pretty gen- the European rifle has waned. In the IN A CURIOUS WAY. AVorld. enormous pyramid of them near the Marrlnne. Franco-Prussia- n war began July 19, minister. She not only ruined herself cils in his hands. He rolls these be erally around the camp, and soon but beginning he thought that he hnd only shore, which is the tribe's treasury. 1S70. at cards, but would hac beggared her tween his fingers while he is busy, and few sober men could be found. One sol to discharge Ills mauser at a white man Tale of the Sfrnnce KUHnir ot The great glory of Chesterfield house, He is Millions of nuts ore thusfitored and in In a suit of blue and silver with scar Paulus Hook captured, August 19, sister Mary us well had not their friends never has less than half a dozen. pencil dier who had succceeded in getting n and the white man was dead. This lrd Georgetown Xenro Many waiting for n- profitable market. The let trimmings, and a waistcoat of white London, Is a marble staircase, each step intervened and insisted on the sisters not particular about the kind of 1779. os . - full canteen from the spring paid his to the firing from the houses and the Years Aico. average'priee for them is from eight to satin embroidered with buckles of gold of which is formed of a single block Uucrrierre captured August 19, 1S12. separating. Horace Walpole gives a he has. Other .officials have peculiar respects to Maj. O Farrell at the head reckless chances which the Filipinos dolfsrs ner thousand in Colombian on his knee garters and on his shoes, more than 20 feet lonir. ten the kinds of paper, pens and quarters tent, nssuring his command took nt first when their losses were so Battle of Benn's Height; (Saratoga), pitiful account of "poor Miss I'elham Idas about want, "The old Georgetown market stood An important work ia soon to be besilver, or about 53 per cent, of that his hair powdered and by his side a nnd they will have no ing officer, with maudlin mein and great. Now they apparently are "good" sitting up all night at the club with- ink they i where the present one now is, at the' September 19, 1777. ,; gun at Spalato, in Palmatia. This will of the pay Is dress swordrthe bridegroom (Washingamount in gold. One-hn.Battle of Chickamauga (first ulay). out a' woman, losing hundreds a night other. Thus, you see, we carry a more many a "hie," that that wns the finest after they are captured, and they do taken in cash and thcotlicrhalf in ton) towered above most of his com- be the building of a central museum"! foot of Potomac street, overlooking the September 19, 1SG3. ' ' and her tempor and. beating her head." varicd assortment of goods than a stn spring he had ever seen nnd the very not fire from houses. Most of whatever chandise. panions. Mrs. Custis, his bride, did not in which the collection at present scat- then new Chesapeake and Ohio canal. their lenders know of military practice best water he had ever tasted. Battle of Opequan f Winchester), Sep Another writer says that the unhappy tionery store." Washington Star. The fish stands "were where they are The nuts arc carried from the "great reach higher than his shoulders when tered among four buildings will be woman often played with the tears Maj. O'Farrcll was apprehending an they have learned from the Spaniards. "'. now, at the rear end of the building, tember 19, 18UJ. pile" to the beach in palmetto bags. she stood with him before the old brought together, including the objects POPE FOR A DAY. Cuban revolution-organizenttack from the Indians that night, and They are as facile in imitation as the Septem streaming down her cheeks. The natives with these loads, each Episcopal clergyman in his full canon found in Saiona and in the palace of Dio- and I was quite a small boy, carrying Lady Mary Corapton, an old maiden the condition of his men fairly disheart Chinese. Their buglers now do our calls 19, 1S95. the family market basket for my father ber weighing 50 pounds, travel at a brisk icals. The mistress of the "white cletian, I.co's Successor Will Helen forTvren. ened him. He saw at a glance that even as well as their own. By watching us Corxiwallis.' army surrendered Octo lady, a contemporary of Miss Pelham, The architect, M. Bedon, who has ou Saturday mornings when I did not trot all day longand seemingly without house" wore a costume whicli had also Hours, Hut Will Not and, like her, addicted to gambling, a small band of savages could make they found out that they have been have4o go to school. One morning we ber 19, 17S1. fatigue. Although a slender, wiry race, come from London. In her hnir nnd charge of the Louvre, has resolved to reare firing lie Called Tone. a successful raid on his camp; conse ing to too high, nnd now they nutil tryNapoleon's army retreated from Mos had the same propensity to tears. they will accomplish witii ease a task cars were ornaments of pearl; she wore store the Tuileries garden to the condi- went down to the market, as usual, and cow, the fire low. They succeed When she lost we are told, she wept quently the sober and less intoxicated October 19, 1812. white satin slippers, nnd on the buckle tion in which it wns in the days of La stopped nt the fish stand. A man When Pope Leo XIII. dies his immedi men were kept on the alert that night, volleys from our skirmish line begin to that would kill or prostrate Anglo-Saxonbitterly "not for the loss itself," she Early's army destroyed at Cedar of each was adinraond. The sprightly Notre. As the palace does not exist named Scott, who kept one of the wtis careful to explain, "but for the ate successor will be Cardinal Ltiigi Fortunately no Indians put in nn ap pour in. Then they cringe too much in Crek. The Indians are excellent sailors, and little matron, with light brown hair Oreglia, camarlingo of the Roman Cath- pearance, a.nd by morning the de- their trendies to nim on a level. Their it is impossible to say whether stands, was cleaning lish, and my father Enquirer.October 19, 18G4. Cincinnati unkindness of the cards." even in the rough weather make the nnd hazel eyes, had a plump and pleas the old artificial style will be pleasing asked, him if he had any good fish. Both ladies, when luck went against olic church. He will not be called pope, bauched men had slept off their intoxi trenches (of the Spanish type) are built " 'Yes, sir," said he. 'Here's some under cover, nt strategic points, which trip from cape San Blasto Aspinwall ing ngure, an easy and graceful car- or not. An Unnamed Hero. them, lost their tempers, as did many but according to the laws in force he cation. riage, a comely face and fine shoulders; Students of architecture may have good perch.' in boats hollowed out of logs. Among the melancholy applications others, and among them- Mrs. Clive. will be acting pope until the new pope Thus the gap in the mountains where admit of easy defense and retreat, with "There was a colored man, a free ne- for "leave to presume death" in the A eocoanut grove Is a source of never nnd with her three bridesmaids, and often wondered how the two towers of the camp was made received the name the smallest possible exposure, once the The actress, after her retirement from is elected. The Vatican regulations decree that of Whisky Gap. For many years it was Americans advance. On a wall above failing revenue to its owners, the with the fine women of the families of Notre Dame, at Paris, were not of the gro, named Ben I rtever knew of his Stella disaster was one touching in its the stage, lived at Twickenham. in a cothaving any other name sorting over revelation of a deed of heroism. The h tree from the fourth year of its f Aist-en- the neighboring domains in attend- same size. A writer in one of the tage lent her by Horace Walpole. The the election of the new pope cannot the favorite camping place for the more Ihe line of one insurgent trench were magazines has found a rather curi- some more fish at an opposite stall, and applicant was a Miss Baker, whose fa place had then a reputation for quiet take place until after the burial of the credulous of the old freighters and emi- 16 nbrasures, by bullets in a space two bears indefinitely and lias few if ance, there was a splendid display of any enemies. The nuts intended for the charms and graces of Virginia worn' ous explanation. It appears that when he picked up a bunch and called out to ther. a major, had gone down with the card parties. In Montpelier row lived late pope, which takes place ten days grants of the "trail days," but the little feet by one. Such music ns was played there is commerce are allowed to ripen and nnhood. Nor were the men less dis the cathedral was built it was the ca- my father: 'Yere's some heap bett'r'n vessel. Both were about to perish when four aged dames, known in the neigh- nfter his decease. In many instances spring was never a "fountain of youth," The country gentlemen thedral of a suffragan bishop, who was dem. Mister Mason. Dese ycre wuz the father made a piteous appeal to a borhood as Manille, Spadille, Basto and the election is not complete for weeks as it had been in the old days, when disconcerting. The little black man will Kvcry one that tinguished. drop to the ground. boat load of passengers who were leav- Pimto; terms drawn for the game of or months, so that the camarlingo may "fire water" gushed up out of the rocks not remain to hear it after our mm are falls is worth about half a cent where it in their gayest raiment, and the pro not entitled to two towers of equal ketched las night. "Scott said: 'Shut up, nigger, and ing the side to find room for his daugh- quadrille. They were accustomed to enjoy his papal power for n long time. to quench the thirst of a company of within 200 yards. At running he is vincial olhcers from Williamsburg in height, and for centuries the bishop of lies. easily the American's superior. His Leo Kill, held the position of camar United States soldiers. Chicago Times-HeralAll day and all night the owner of the their uniforms, were headed by the gal Paris was suffragan to the bishop of turning to father, said: 'Don't pay no ter. One man, of whose identity there assemble every night at bare feet never get sore." He has no attention to him, sir. These here is is absolutely no trace, instantly'stepped houses to play cards. Ou the first of lingo when he himself was elected to estate may listen to his wealth drop- lant Lieut. Gov. Fauquier. Around him Sens. clothing to impede his progress except Explorations are proceeding rapidly fresh fish, and 1 know Ben caught his back to the ship and allowed the ladv- - the month each in turn gave a grand the pontificate., but it does not seem ping to the earth around him. In fact, stood a group of English officers, hard.cotton shirt nnd trousers. He knows FORESEE THE PLAGUE. to take his place. , As the boat cleared party. A relative of one of the ladies possible that his camarlingo will suc it is necessary to exercise care in walk- ly less showy in their trappings, to In the Forum, Borne, and following upon day before yesterday. : .1 i. . the bypaths nnd the fords of the "The negro was pettled, but in those .1.- - Muu, .mi' vcci wuiii. iiuwii, carry- has left an account of one of these ceed to the papal throne. It is the ca ing among the trees, to 'ivoill having gether with members of the legislature the expropriation of the site of the Bauic unone's skull fractured by the descending and other civilians. W hen the bride en silica Amelia comes the good news that days it did not do to talk too freely to ing with it the girl's father and her functions at hich he was present. marlingo who formally declares the It lias Tleen Kotleed That Minis Flee streams. But he feels that it is very from the Approach of the tered the coach, which was bright the ugly seventeenth century church a white man, and Ben only muttered unknown rescuer. fair of ns to make him retreat. We are How beautiful! Mrs. Clive was one of the guests and pope dead after tapping his forehead fruit. Boston Globe. with the Washington colors of red and of San Lorenzo, in Miranda, which has remonstratingly: 'Don't lie 'bout mv hdw unutterably sadl His anonymity happened to have for her opponent nn three times with the silver hammer. not practicing warfare as he unAsiatic Pestilence. white, and drawn by six horses guided disfigured the beautiful chapel of An- fish, Mars Bob.' derstands it at nil. What is- the use of seems somehow to enhance the heroic old lady with very .white hair, who in He it is who breaks the seals and ' SMOKELESS POWDER. There are several instances on record rifles that will shoot 2,500 yards if you by black postilions in livery, the bride toninus and Faustina, is tobe taken awa v "Scott swung around with his knife grandeur of his- death. Nothing would the course of the game displayed two "ring of the fisherman," nnd then as groom did not enter with her. There so that the remains of this imposing in his hand and shouted: 'Did you call hare been gained by knowing his name: black aces. Thereupon Mrs. Clive flew sumes the direction of the apostolic see of birds deserting places attacked by are going to try to catch the enemy with The l'lrlnc Said fit lie Cxtrriuelr Ter was his favorite horse, with his tall temple will now be revealed in nil their me a liar, nigger?' cholera. In 1834, on the appearance of your hands? A man capable of such a deed wants in a rage and screamed: until the new pope is chosen. rlfyliiK l Hulh Men and Aguinnldo's officers are hlghry inholding the reins and beauty, says the Scientific American. " 'Yas, you lies ef you say dese yere no mortuary honors, nor the local habiThe camarlingo presides over the sa- cholera at Malmo, in Sweden, the jack"Two black aces! Here, take your llumei. waiting for him to mount. When The columns are the largest of their fish wuz ketched daybefo yistenlay," tation of a monument. He belongs to money, though I wish instead I could cred conclave of the cardinals having daws and sparrows all left the"place, censed about our artillery, it is said. If and did not come back Until it had they have no guns we Washington mounted the richly capari kind in Itome, being about 50 feet high growled the blacK fisherman. the infinite of greatness, and his give you two black eyes, you old white the election in hand, nnd keeps the key gone. During nn outbreak of the same none, nnd if they have ought to use d In the British army the soned charger he rode by the side of and ten in number. The three large three or four or is the sea.. London News. of the place of meeting, so that none say a word; but dropped "Seottdidnot cat!" Temple Bar. recruits are drawn up in n ring round the bridal coach, closely followed by steps of the portico, which descend to his fish knife into the palm of his right can enter or go out save with his con disease it Kurachee, in India, in 1846, five, we ought to use only three or four an instructor, who fires a pistol. Some a cortege of gentlemen on horseback. the Via Sacra, have now been Objected to the "Cavalry." sent. When the election is concluded it was particularly remarked that the or five, ns the case may be. What has entirely hand, with the heavy handle resting One of the famous practical jokers of WHERE WASHINGTON WEDDED he asks the new pontiff what take the Hash and report very quietly William Pernne, m Ladies' Home cleared of rubbish, so that! not only is ngainst his wrist and tlje knife lying name.be vultures, kites and other birds of prey, happened, however, was to have been v and these are soon passed on to severer Journal. the majestic flight of steps which led lengthwise in the trough of his fingers. the British navy 50 years ago was Lieut. intends to take. And after he has re which are very numerous in that part of expected after we refused to fire back IlceordM of II In Mnrrtnsre Leave trials, while the others have lesson after ceived the salutation of the assembled the world, entirely disappeared, almost and forth between trenches in the up to the temple actually seen for the Then he gave his forearm a vicious Jack Hathorn. He was officer of the The Much to Conjecture lis to lesson until they are quite convinced watch one day, and nt that time it was MEISSONIER'S WAY. simultaneously with the beginning of moonlight, which is the only kind and cardinals it is the cardinal-camarlingfirst time for at least 14 centuries, but smack with his left hand, and the knife the House. tlint there is no danger to them and bewho places on his finger the "ring of the outbreak, returning gradually after genqrotis method of making war in the the actual width of the" Via Sacra in flew through the air as if it had been customar- for the guard to present fore long you might lire a lie Made an Imitation Russian ilonil, front of it is likewise for the first time shot out of a gun. The. negro was arms to the officer commanding the thefisherman." He is, in fact, the the first few days when the virulence tropics. Even to.Cnnnon Tracks within a yard of them and they In the march to Malolos our men actually made known. St. Louis Ite- - standing fully 30 feet away at his own vessel whenever he left or boarded tip? Although one of the most interesting actual successor of the pope, even of the diseases began to abate. The bewould hardly look around. After this Washington's private life, his ship. nnd Snow. Cincinnati En lief is almost universal among the inarched and fought all day under the public. stall. He had nothing on the upper .through As the captainhe was 'going events in has been comparatively neg- though temporarily. said: "Mr. wedding the ceremony they are taught to face fire that is to natives of many parts of India-th- at beating sun, slept on the ground. swam quirer. part of bis body but a thin cotton shirt. Old-Tlrinnqnets. "How did yon paint the snowy road say, to gallop fearlessly up to a line or I am tired of this guard. lected by the majorit3' of his biograkites always desert a place attacked by rivers nnd did everything which it was and the knife,' striking him on the left Hathorn, The most expensive dinner which square .of infantry, blazing away with In your picture of 'Napoleon in 1814?' Don't call it again when I come back." phers. It is generally agreed- - that the cholera, and the return of these birds is supposed by the natives that white men NO MORE OAK FLOORS. can be prepared, not including the wine breast, went in up to the hilt. I think Hathorn did not, but he managed to ceremony took place on the Gth of their rillcs. and to charge batteries of 1 asked Meissonier. regarded ns an infallible sign that the :ould not do. They thought that w g can scarcely be made to cost more from the way it flew it would have surprise the captain quite as thorough- January (or the 17th of January, quick-firinguns. Of course, only would not attempt to- - drive them out He picked out from undcrthe table a list, .The Timber Supply I Fast Falling attack has begun to pass off. It is gone through an ordinary door panel ly. When that dignitary came over the ndw style), 1759. But as to whether it blank cartridges are used, and so to a low platform, about a meter and a half than $20. The best chefs agree that just as well. that at Mauritius, when the of more than one of the intrencli-ment- s and Substitutes Are this sum will he sufficient to secure the side on his return, he found 20 marines was performed in St. Peter's church. trained horse.going into battle forhe square, and said: at n time, and then rest at least cholera appeared at Port Louis, 'the Needed. "The negro never uttered a word, down on their hands and knees, with in New Kent county, or at the home of first time there Ts no difference between martins all disappeared; and remained a week nfter each effort. A prisoner ex"On this I prepared all that was re- delicacies of the season, whatever they but dropped ns dead as if he had been swabs serving theni as munes and tails, the harmless thunder of the maneuvers quired; snow, mud and ruts. I kneaded may be, prepare them in the most artis bride, known as the No more oak floors at least for ordi away as long as the epidemic contin- plained his feelings' by saying: with a rifle. I hardly think Scott with sailors on their backs with cut- the is a wide variance "White house," g and the nnd making a rapid of opinion.. The ued. The reason for this Storm which the clay and pushed across it this piece tic manner and leave a fair margin of shot there very expensive dinners intended to kill him, for killing even a lasses drawn. Hathorn explained that, weight of local authority is against the nary mortals in this part ot the world. part of the birds is not action on the movement with his hands. Frederick sweeps over the battlefield. The poor of cannon several times up and down. profit. The known. PosThat is what the experts are saying negro in those days was not as the old fashion had proved so tire- belief that it occurred in the church; now. - They announce that the supply sibly the peculiar state of the atmos- Palmer, in Collier's Weekly. brute only learns what the difference With a shod hoof 1 then pressed the usually include some one dish which free lawful amusement. Anyhow, Scott es really is by bitter experience. marks of the horses' feet. I strewed alone serves to double or triple the caped in the excitement and was not some, a reception by cavalry might be nor is there any record in the of fine oak timber east ot the Missis phere which is favorable to the developwelcome. For this bit of pleasantry church indicating that the couple sippi is practically exhausted by reck ment of cholera, or the emanations When smokeless powder came into flour over it, pushed the cannon across. price. At a dinner recently served in Temperature of Diamonds. New York a dish of woodcocks' brains heard of again for 20 years. As Ben was Lieut. Hathorn was dismissed from the were married general use it was found that in many again and continued to do so until there, although its less cutting. A good diamond is a good deal colder from the ground which some ay arc a slave, and therefore nobody was service. Golden Days. rector, Rev, Mr. Mossom, who lind" "Nor is there .any remedy in sight. the originating cause of an outbreak, than an imitation and the lapidaries say cases horses which would face the obtained the semblance of a real road, was provided which cost as much as smoke of guns using black powder Ihen, I salted it and the road was ready." the rest of the dishes combined. It is fnancially injured by his death, there been, in the pulpit for 40 years, True, groves of oak scrubs have started are for some reason disagreeable to the that the best way to detect this difA Unkhfal Lover. common, besides, to run up the price was no effort, so. far as I know, to capwithout flinching flinched and shied at fly away to ference in temperature is to touch the "What did you salt it for?" A bashful lover wished to make a solenmnized the contract. On the other up in many places which if let alone birds, which, therefore, of a dinner by providing very costly ture his' slayer, but the incident has the flash and roar unaccompanied bv "To get the brilliancy of the snow, menus nnd favors and by other fantas- always remained vividly jn my memory proposal of marriage, but his courage hand, those who insist that the cler would In time furnish a fresh supply avoid it. Th'ucydides mentions that 'stones to the tongue Sapphires, emersmoke. Continental opinion is some- Why do you smile? How else could she gyman officiated in the chnrph point to But most of these are being recklessly birds were very scarce about Athens alds, rubles, garnets nnd other precious tic devices which cost fabulous sums. ph th most remarkable example of failed him, and he induced his sister accounts what divided as to the moral effect of do it?" that Washington .rode on destroyed by forest fires. Their pros during the year of the. great plague, stones may be tested in the same way to Dccoine an intermediary, lie remainThe menus are sometimes engraved on knife play I have ever seen." Washing the real stone is invariably colder smokeless ponder on men and horses, d ing outside the door, hidden, horseback on the day of the wedding, pective value seems not to be appre- 430 B. C Cincinnati Enquirer. very ingenious," I answered. gold. The most elaborate dinners are ton btar. "It was than the imitation. The lapidaries do but the general conclusion seems to "I compliment you upon it. But if I usually eaten In from two to three but within earshot, to learn the result. and that the pair were attended by a ciated. FhootlBs; Clar Flags Through Iroa. not give a reason for the difference, be that Jn daylight it is.not more terri had been you I should hare gone to hours. In contrast with this, the great Keep In Touch ivltli the World. It 'was not favorable. The fair one bridal cavalcade, ns evidence that there Fine oak timbeicajunf course, still be The tallow candle which is shot but it may be found, perhaps, in the fying than black powder, although ltussia, where nearly every road is Boman feasts usually ran from sunset Men. grow narrow because they da .saueily tossed her head and replied: was a journey between the church and obtained from nbrbad. he English through a door must hide beits some hold that to see men and horses dug up In the way yon represented, and to daylight. X. Y. World. not live in sympathy with the timeu; "Indeed, now, if I'm good enough to"be the home of the bride. This, however, oak in particular Is excellent, but the fore a seven and a half ounce nead of greater density of the real'- stones, plug" which make them better conductors struck down by an invisible agency should have painted a study from na grow hard because they keep the married, I'm good enough to be axed.'" is offset by the conjecture that the cav cost puts it out of the question for any clay which has been they so fired must necessarily be so. But it is gen- ture." Paradise I'Hddinjr. world outside; they lose in spiritual Hearing this, the anxious swain thrust alcade whs escorting the coupleimmedi- - but the richest. Those who could have forate an Iron plate an inch as to per. of heat. Detroit Free Tress, . thick. The erally agreed that the use of smokeless Pare, and chop fine one small, ripe force because they keep that force un his head inside the door, and said, be ately after theirmarriagctoMrs. Custis' mahogany and rosewood if they wanted "Yes! But we Parisians do not move He Coaldn't Help It. powder at night has a much more dis- nbout so easily," Contemporary pineapple, add two beaten eggs, one der in their daily life. Every day wit- seechingly: "Nornh, darlin', will ye do house in the town of Williamsburg, or it can, joi course, procure oak. but that velocity of the clay plug was tremen"I am astonished to hearyousay that k turbing effect than Hint of the old cupful of brfjid crumbs, half a cupful nesses to the life lived the preceding what Maggie axed yer?" Cincinnati to Mount Vernon, and that they were is small comfort to householders ot dous.' It has been estimated that the speed necessary must be over 1,800 feet Fraleman told you all these things; I powder, because the flashes of the of sugar,-,-a pinch cf salt and the grated day; this must be so, lor life Is qurnu Enquirer. repairing thither to spend the honey- moderate means. a second. Experiments of this guns, unabscured by smoke, are a great of half n lemon jind clear juice of lative .either in good or evil; there Beat of It. in Ladies' rind moon. Will'am Perrine, Saadr Had the Bulders, therefore, are looking about were conducted by Capt. Cooper kind gave them to him in strict confiCruelly Scientific Key, . pudding- - mold is no blank. Consciously or uncon more vivid. The fear thus inspired deal A braw son of Scotia accepted an in one. Put' in a buttered for a substitute. Our forests abound of the British army, at the Royal dence." but he says you told them to The famous chemist" Kalime'yer has" Home Journal. "Yes, can. however, be overcome by training, vitation to spend a fortnight with a nnd tie down with a buttered cloth. Kclously, this force is working, forgoodV .withash, birch and other kinds of tim- arsenal. A special gun was employed his wife, who finally bursts him during your late voyoge to but there is another fear which must, friend in London, wliose quarters were Boil one hqur nnd a half and serve hot. or evil;, stagnation is death. When we a scene'with "Your tears don't have any As It tooketl to Him. ber' that are fairly satisfactory, but tears. ' VJ Ladies' World. in the nature of the case, be felt for the in the dente purlieus" of Clerkcnwell this.. to the full, we strive to into with me for what are they? ' "It's very singulnr" said the observ- none of them is quite an equivalent for and pressed cyliodrs of raw dry clay realize effect three inches long- nd two inches In "So I did, but what's that got to do first time on the battlefield, and that is On joining his host at "breakfast the compel attainment. When we look A mighty small percentage of phos- ant- boarder, "that plenty of girls but good oak. N. Y. World. Good Idea Ahandoned. diameter were used. Eventually oe of with iw day as a period the often uncontrollable terror pro morning after his arrival the follow we . . i. About 100 years ago the use of starch npon each playthings ofby itself, De- -' phorous salts and a trace of chloride' ot fro men are gettingroamed this year. these plugs went through a cast-ir- e t i, "Everything. You can't expect a ductd both in men and horses by the ing colloquy luuii juircc, inucii ,iq Socialistic flan la France. time. become' the "What do you mean?" demanded the around the neck sodium all ihe rest is water." Lus- ..crots'-eye- d whistling of bullets and the screaming annoyance ot me mistress ot the House. for stiffening the f rills reprehensible, At Koubalx. one ot the, socialist plate one inch thick from a Afetaace man 'ofep anything to himself on his boarder. "A woman can't troit Free Press. if tige Blaetter was considered highly 'of not more tha 2S feet. N. Y. WarM. nrst ecean voyage, can you?" RichHost Well, Sandy,, old man, how did and banging pf shells. Some authorl get married unless there Is a man to strongholds of Franee.'the 13,000 pubnot positively sinful. Chicago ChronCommercial Wisdom. ", mond Dispatch. ticjs have, indeed, said that since the .you sleep? New It Happened. lic school childrea receive free food and marry her." "We never had any trouble "getting Uncle That's strange. You say that Sandy Aivecl, mori, .to sayHrotb, na icle. introduction of smokeless powder and "Well, I don't read all the detail ot clothing at the expeajte of the town. The Bank President Are ye aware women to look in at our show win .you do not frequent the saloon, and the weddings in the society coknmM, Chicago Chronicle. etih. - ' the great increase in the range nnd ac so vara wcel. Xisla MlfC Lands. the cashier has taWm a halt fatttraac 'im' "Jftipop I thlnk'l wJIl'have ray whisyour dog always wants to go in. Bussla's Asiatic possessions are three dows." curacy of weapons, it would be hn"I am very sorry bufl know that the hcudlines speik a yacht? kers haved off. v The MaklosT t tasks. , "Why?" "Ah, dinna moul Iwaii times the size of England's, but hold Student Hi: is Acquainted wjth the about J ur brides, v. bile I haven't, seen possible to keep cavalry in hand under The Confidential A4vier Xo. Par. Germany publishes about 20,000 Why, Mrs..Nupo(i (reproachfully) "Look at the big mirrors we have put dog of another student, and he is always the nrst mention oi a ,iune onue better off than lhe..flcas, forthey never only 23.000.000 inhabitants, as compared flic lire ol modern artillery, uutmieia fceoks a. y ear, frMMM ll.tW, IU)y ,Ma. haps we. had better see he de mi fee- - J eh 11, 1 didn't think you could be so Chronicle'Tei exaggeration. Pearson! closed a Btessea w the wkl atMi." with England's 'W.eW.OOO mijcts-- N. in ns a background to our shlrtw(iit to b found there. groom." probably an Pittsburgh caste a fNI.fflfsl M'iiK You know how Iwby lotci fcflatl t,m Usd tit United V. Journal, . ,.: JtagaMB. Cntef RmohL atta tltwtMsit 1,1 fr, a pulllhJtnr SUcIimoBil FMr, A3Kl,V,'3,i; Richmond TU, I, i. i yjr, Asu 1, 2, 3, i. Trote Rfcbmoad Fair, Aufc-ttat-l, t, i, 4, Stmt fair Itm trery Btofala. Tail, i, X, g, t. Marriage iTlth While Men I a Capl-tCrime According to Their Lntvi. al Large Sami raid far Hare :"P RAISING RADISHES. .TJJfCLE SAM'S FIGHTERS. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. -- FLAGS ON CUBAN VESSELS. PUNGENT V PARAGRAPHS. ORIGIK OF WHISKY GAP. i - SCIENCE -: AND INDUSTRY. Yeliinet Virginia Fradaeea Tens' of the Pe $ Ther Are, Probably More A'amcroas Than Those of Any Other . old-tim- ss I l. .are-broke- .ng-tab- le sol-Jie- rs 0, y y, d. 0 Crom-bergc- gh trad-ingm- - one-twelf- Pn-cif- ic h. o, el Self-Love- ," upon-feturnin- g e Win-thro- p, CARD-PLAYIN- as-no- I)n. - " . - lf ...'' d, s. to-da- y: En-lis- each-other'- s d. - - body-servn- nt four-legge- o seven-pound-- er death-dealin- "Thr-r-r-r-t- 1 nt half-close- ' Eu-iof- e" - . l s- fasb-yersclf- to" - Megg-MKlorf- ixa-PMt.- " Blttr. ltti tkipfr.l rlror-Vcly- Xm ) n i.a mm C3 r 27 2a a I ...An Exquisite Shoe... Patent Kid Vamp, Cloth Top, with 'Price, $2.50r Silk-workea m -- nn -- n th& -- m& -- th -- m tt goo S I-.- I : " s Eyelets. t is 5o& s a xcoVk. art ON A FIRM IJASIS ' Reasons enough here why youshonlil wearhtylisli 5 SHOES i i RICE &c Successors to WALLACE & RICE IEsTOIDZD, Fat Cattle Sates. and no reason why you shouldn't. Every pair of Shoes we offer in Men's, Woman's and Children's, are made on the newest shaped lasts. And every shoe is made by expert workmen from fine Calf and Kid and finished in the best manner. And to make possession easy e sell to fit all pocket-books. IPiisy Bee Cash Store's Great CIear ance Sale! Good Cassiinere Knee All-wo- ol Our Great One-Four- th Off Clear- ing Salcisnow goingon. Mr. J. W. Parrish sold last week Tho white teachers' Institute will head of fat cattle at 5 cents per convene in this city Aug. 7, and conpound. N. B. Coy 6old flfty-on- o head tinue five days. Prof. Alfred Livings1890. WEDNESDAY JULY 12, - at same price. ton, of Somerset, will Lc conductor. All teachers of common schools who Benefit Picnic. Dr. Ilobson, Dentist. hold a state diploma, state certificate, picnic at Slate Lick July 29, for Big Rain is needed very much. or county certificate, or who contembenefit ' Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. plate applying for certificate of quali Richmond Fair. A'ugust -1. Speeches by Messrs. McCreary, Smith to teach m the common fication and liurnam.' Admission 25 cents. Balloon ascension at the fair. schools of Madison county are lequind Set Fire by Locomotive. to attend all the sessions of the instiSee loc.nl, strayed mare elsewhere in Mr. Green Turley was damaged' tute. The colored teacher's institute this issue. $221.86 by fire caused, by sparks from a will begin July 31 and continue five Se'e the of Covington locomotive, which destroyod over 300 lays. J'rof. Frank Williams, of Louis Mitchell, on Hot pace. feet of fencing, 131 sacks, 202 bushels ville, will have charge. Have you been in Stouflers new of wheat and a Iarue straw rick. Non-Irritati- ng store, on Main street? tf 1cut-pric- The Richmond Climax. Teachers Institute. CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Ever' dollars worth of our choice stock of Dress Goods, "Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing oilt stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. t.in ..vnitomonf TrTrTTTri"rn ;c vcriii wHh r:. i low prices for "whibh THE r:" .ifBEE BUSY r y3ia- Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 19c. per pair. Boy's $200 and Knee Pants, double knee and Children' Strictly double Feat, all colors, worth 75c. per pair aro yours in this sale for 39c. Boy's $1.25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Reefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 11, the price in this clearance sale only 89c. $2.50 Knee Pant Knits go at SI .40 ; Our $350. $4 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.09, all stvles, "Cream of the Stock." Big Bov's Long Pants Cassiinere Miits worth S3.Q0 and $4.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at $1.9S Values 'snot Considered Everything. has had the bottom knocked out. Suits, Odd Pants, Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, in fact everything in the house has been reduced to next to John G Taylor's. StoufTer has moved to Slain street. tf For Chief of Police. Ih Alton King, shot by VVm. Turpin, on court day, is not seriously wounded. popular officer, large bodied, large Filll line of road watrous and bug hearted, and capable of filling the re my".l-5- t gies at Higoins & Luxon's. sponsible position with satisfaction. Finest line of neckwear in the citv Pond Meeting House and Barnes Mill. at StoufTer's new store, Main street, tf The natives of the above neighbor Call on Ilivcins & Luxoti court dav hoods will read with interest the article for special prices in vehicles. my31-G- t n our supplement from the facile pen County Teacher's Examination and of Governor Edwin Urown, who defor appointees to the State Cullcsre will scribes these localities and give pleasant history of the people thereof. be held July 21-2- Mr. Everett Berry is a candidate for Police Chief, subject to the action ot the Democratic party. Capt. Berry is a Cathartic Easy to take, easy to operate Big Boy's $7. $8, $9 and $10 Long Pant Suits, choieect assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished" worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this sale at $4.9S. Hood's Pills A strnnjre negro was killed lij a train tits; iwnui All-woo- tiuuiii sail CHANCES ill wm mm near Clinton. ai'dueiltal cuts, burns anil bruises, which hnal rapidlv when Bnl- rd s Liniment is promptly at- plied. Price 23 and 50c. Perry & I nomas. iy5-lto many Men's Good Thoe who live on farms aro liable Suits well made., in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5. $0 and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2 98. OneFourth Off. Money in your pockets to give us a look. If you care to make money on your purchases come and see us. - Disastrous Fire at Jackson. StoufTer took more than 100 meas ures in one week for suits and pants. Jackson had a $10,000 fire Wednes New store, Main street. tf day night The Jackson drugstore, the StoufTer sells more clothinc for Presbyterian church and other build the money than any other clothier. ings were burned. The property was New store. Main street. tf . insured for about $0 000. lie v. Chas A beautiful Cliickerinj' piano, made A. Logan had just accepted a call to of mahogany, can be purchased from that church. mei-i-tU. W. Jivans. .ir., lor JfUO. 0ft For Franklort. e ad of Covington & The Alex. Pencc.white, who from jealousy Mitchell, on first pajc is full of low, cut kilted young Jim Smith at Shearer over price, extra special sale bargains. a yer ago, hnvinu failed to secure an to bit appeal, was sent to Frankfort on Wed our wheat. nesday last to enter upon his ten year july!2-t- f sentence. Ho is CO years old, and StoufTer has taken more measures known to everybody in the county. for suits to order this sprintr than all Extra Special Sale. the rest combined. Ke.iv store, Main St. Undoubtedly the opportunity of the ' tf Will givo you more flour year is ottered all those wtio wish to ZARINfi and of a better quality for lay in cloths for men and boys, in full vour wheat than anyone. suits and odd pieces, and we point to lutyli-t- f ad of that time-trie- d the ureat Mrs. A.D. Flora is at the Infirm aud d firm of I ovitipton & ary, a "rest" patient, not ill at all as Mitchell, on our first page, witii full was reported when she was there be- list of prices. fore. Office ot Police Chief Made Elective. Je rry Sullivan, lho J4-- o n t h d The City Council has made the office child ot Mr. and Airs. A. C. Wells, died y yesterday and will be buried at of chief of police electiveby the people, instead of appointive by the council, 10 o'clock as heretofore. Two conucimen were Robt. Engle, of Madison, has been not present, Messrs Pickels and Prew weighing up lambs from various par ltt. A reconsideration of the vote is tics in the neighborhood at 5c. Spout not improbable. Springs Times. i halt-pag- The Daivsoii Herald has suspended publication. Colic, lancers?in fireNenntlc aiunl Toothache minim's, hour Stomach l Suits, choice styles and qualities in Men's Fine single atid double breasted, sack and frock styles of tine imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit in t lie lot worth and sold everywhere from Srf in $12, take vour choice aud pick in this sale at " $t.9S. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladies' DonROla Patent Tip solid shoes north $1.25 so in this sate at 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and concress worth $1.5o wilt bedished out to yon at 8"Jc per pair; Men's $1.75 and $2 shoes will be $1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vlcl anil real Russia leather $3 and $4 shoes, they go in this sale at $1J9. Such i m Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. wide Serges, Henirettas, cheviot effects, novelties, tancy weaves In black all double width Roods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- ing reserved. CUCAN RELIEF cures and Suamcr Couplaluta. l'rlit;. 25 Ctnts. Sold by Perry & Thomas Successors to W. Q. White. What is the need of women propos- iik when they can make men do it IP? , Men's Kxtra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wnnts and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a T." You can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashiongarments worth from $14 to $10, able tailor-mad- e thev go in this sale at S8.4S. Organdies that were hair ends, worth 80c 25c and :15c per yard are now 12',c In this sale: Wash goods of all kinds cut halt into; Men's Suspenders, mo'25c per pair are 10c in this sale. S Hi One lot Iff Slippers tor ladies in sizes 2'j, 3,4. and some 8's that tvore formerly sold at $1,25, $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at per pair. 7 i 1 zaring; and then fling it up to them all through life? have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my fauiilv for years and with good remilts." says Mr. W. 11. ( .ooper. ot Kio, fjl. "I or small hildren we. find it especially effec tive " For sale by Perry it Thomas, Fine Jacrpiads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine and 85c per yard will be slaughtered in this sale at 40c per yard. Nothing teserVed. Dre&s Goods. Former prico 75c 'I Imirgists julyo-l- 98 White Underwear. Ladies' Ready-mad- e Skirts, CarSpecial Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' ltoady-mad- e pets and Lare Cuitains. These t"ods have fell the keon edge of our cold steel and stand out to yon as the greatest bargains we are olleriiu; in tliis sale, ask to see them. Kut an article in the entire lig storo left untouched, this ale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping aud a great space cleaning sale for us We must have room for our fall stock and the only way 'we see to get it is to actually givo aay and throw out several thousand dollars wortli of tho best oods we have to our customers and let them profit bv our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. Ds Bill "That fellow has some very good ideas " Jill "Yes; he must have a lot of bright friends." With a Catarrhal Affections A Great Biif Lot of Men's "T.oe Linen" Pants and Men's Camlet, will be iloseifal 39c per pair. Blue Camlet Jeans Pants 'the besr," New York Mills and save timeand a refu-- al of credit, for this is Bring along your CASH when you come for these CASH CLEAUAXOE SALE to irake room and cet cash to buy fall iroods with. Very Respectfully, half-pag- e fire-teste- Tur-llone- s-- ol f the throat or head, or anv pulmon ary ailment, a slinlit cold or a harkinu couuh Is a serious thing to have it is so serious you can afford lo liavp it. Delavs are dangerous. Dr. Bell's Pine- y will cure a cough or a cold u one nicht. It will remove the catar rhal affection or pulmonary ailment. and build up the tissuesNjupportiiig w. w "Circumstances Alter Cases." 1 IAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN E23 the lun". Every man knows some other man who is a little smarter than himself,hut he doesn't like to admit. To eradicate worms from the system AM ! - 'Il McKinley in "Hobson, you are not so The Place to Buy. it with that newlvissing Bug." Hobson "Pshaw, you are not Merrimac!" Cap Dickenson. IS We are closiii" out all our roods in order to remodel our house. Clothing, hats, shirts and underwear at your owu price at Stouffers new Main street store, next door to Farmer's National tf Bank. Died at Lawrenceburg. Will store your wheat Goorge G. Frnzier, brot' er of , Mrs, lor Mali the advance or no charge il wheat de Cal Snyder, of this city, died at "p yesterday at 0 o'clock of clines or lie will 6tore it at a low monthly rate. dropsy, age 35 years. ' Burial jjjj Julyl2-Judge Itice, and Messrs J. B. Stoitffer, Dr. Goldstein, the .Louisville op C. 11. Chenault, Bichurd Buckley ami tician, will remain in Ilichmond, at Robert Terrill may attend the last sad the Hotel Glyudou. several days longer, rites of their friend, who was a popular Those needing treatment should call traveling man. Half i nr live we sit up nights perfect The Clotliier, The Shoer, The llatter, Tlie Furnisher. on Iii in at once. ing plans to gut gold. The other half Firm Dissolved Mr. Oldham Remains we lie awake nights fearing someone 300 sample summer coats and Mr. II. E. L Birgerstafl. of the firm will rob us. vests just opened, m all the latent and best styles, at less than manufacturers, of Biggerstaff &. Oldham, furniture Substantiated Claims. cost to lie closed out Mouuers new dealers, has decided to move to Mt, clothing house. Main street, opponite Sterling, and has sold out his entire All claims for .Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Just Try Oigestos tl "Every well man has his ill day." Mautsoii iNatioiial liank. by the reports Honev are Interest in the business to Mr. Oldham from those who nave used it. I "liclm, Win n "a bit oil" or hen seriously ill and judge for yourself how wonderful Luther Ware, of Danville, won the The old accounts aud debts of the firm coldx. incipient consumption and all you should take Hood's ars.iparilhi they are in curing Dyspepsia. 25c a rond-rac- e at Lexington, Bob will be settled by them, as heretofore bronchial affections are the disease for and get well. box at ail druggists. Pulley, the Iliclimotid Blue Grass Mr.' Oldham is now sole proprietor. which it is guaranteed to cure. 25o at Strength is uorn in the silence of long Ambition eitner makes or Kills a all good druggists Champion, being too heavily handi See dissolution notice. suffering. woman. capped. Time 52 minutes. A man could make-monewith five PUBLIC SALS liiisrerR if he didn't have ten for it to The advertisement of Beaumont Having decided to leave this place slip through. err this in College, at llarrodsburg, Kentucky the undersigned will sell at public auc iu.udir?..n. appears in our paper tins week. Tins tion tu 'lie town ot Irvine, Kentucky IT! I sm CUBAN OIL cures wUI H4; Ilili 1U allnar Alan UliTlir EVIXT BX TIU1UUT C. 0. D. If l.4 BlIUECT TO KXIXI.ITIOX,.1 famous old college is, uuuoubtedly, one on Monday, July 17, IS!?.), a nice house 1 lUlllvlO CM', Burns, Bruises, Rhcu c. ti.Bb.ltU J.r frltkl d?Mt u bcuuiis rsnrECTLT sinsncTouT, ni xxicnx is EtrRssesTtw, iqciL toVEK SAW, TU1T KSTlILir f eo.00 u tIt.oo..i THE SBAXDF.ST BARGAIN 100 of the liueht girls' school in the laud ana lot on aiuin mi eel. llm hoiii.e, matisin and Sores. Price, 25 centsand which .j utrnicii OUR SPECIAL. PKICfcS3B.9Q. It has drawn its putiuuuge iroui a wide ts ill eontaliis four rooms with a Juill O.Bold by Perry lc Thomas, successors to W nd freight charges, leu the I1.OT teat with order. lieces' White. THI9 TAP BUUUT, M OCB OWS riCTOBT M CIIIC1GO, of more than thirty States, reach rwry area WEniftftE The lot is 40x150 miWrUi thn moat The pleasure in talking too. much is put in lli.00 buggies. Latest Style For 1899. Brtj, nuken ing from the Atlantic to the Pacific, feet. Ti.is residence is located la the HiM from the Best Seasoned Wood. Gr, Bent Tli.t Uoarr Can as short lived as that of eating heavily Baud. l4 SprUc u lllaitnted, or Urtwite r Side Bat. nartti, and from the Lakes to tie Gulf. liei--t part of the town. lilztnCr.de Screwed Rim Sarren'i Tatrnt. T., It ounce, TuruiH made known on diiv of sale Katiber Ilf rtlj Lined, tall side and back curtains. rhtlf.Guaran- Among ita faculty theie are teachers of For further particulars call ut thin of on a weak stomach. c njnii 10 any miwjw UUKyy worg. imxjt uiock, unrur. ifrcva or RttL CfkUlrlaff, kra national reputation. Its equipment in lice, or ailitress What among human ills are more G. THOMPSON rail a.mw aid llOiKO IS 001 1IC 111 HICI TWO jeitiJ-U- t wlUlutalirettme. r.rBatrlnall.ul pnnw,.mt, BCOOT CITIUICCI. QDAIANTEtD MAKE TEARSiraci. Thisle.ila .11 SelUnibilk emri.Ua, l.ns the departments of literature, muf-i- Irvine, Kentucky.aihs. tnnoying than piles? The afflictions YOU CAN $500,00 Hi. W1T FOK ran Tear 530.00 that prevent active exercises are bad Buooixa. oasR om totj cak bell it yo& sea oa doitt delay. art and elocution is simply superb Its Strayed or Stolen. enough, but one that makes even rest Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.). CHICAGO. ILL. methods in music are similar to those From Richmond on last county court- miserable is worse. Women ar among apr5-6adopted in' the best conservatories ot it great et martyrs. Tablet's Buck America and Europe. There, the girls day, a slim chestnut sorrel mare, age eye Pile Ointment will cure the most or 8 years, about 15 or 15 hands high, obstinate cmscs. Prico. 50c in bottle. are said to have a most lovely jy5-li-ii tubes 75c. Perrv & Thomas. home, with spacious grounds of 83 bliud in left eve. Bight eye is also aftimes Small I not on her How many men are of raid of ghosts acres, unsurpassed in America for fected at weathers, caused by saddle. Mare hud who seem perfectly fearless in tho pres beauty. sniouth seat saddle on whmi lust seen. ence of spirits Good Buggy For Sale. Anyone bringing or giving informaNo Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Suffering, No Detention To Cure a Cold in One Night will be liberly tion as to her Any one desiring to buy a first-claFrom Business, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay It take Dr. lMl's I'itie J. buggy cheap will find same by iuquir rewarded. clears the throat, s'Kithes the brouchiuls jlyl2-t- f Baldwin, Madicoii county. Ky. ing at this oflice. Unless Cured. at all ami exhilarates the lungs. uqhI druggists Ko cure no paw In And Mr. Combi Was For Reus. Madison. Six roomR over Iligglnsife Ellis' gro The Surgeon's knife and burning plasters and the horrible crude methods When a man is injured in a tailway heretofore employed in Mn attempt U) cure cancer has been forever displaced by cery storo for lent for office? or resident. is very pleasiug to see that the wreck he first asks his doctor if het au It oM)r Register's New Sernm and Anteseotic fluid- treatment. This Apply to j. r. jMcuiintocK, mciimonu, membei-- of the last Legislature who reiiover, and then his Iivwyer, and disiuivery works a new era In medical science and sufferers from Cancer, Lupurs, Kentucky. Je28-tmade good records are being about how much. I' leers, Tumors. Goitre and -Fistula can certainly be cured without the horrible Daughters, Attention! throughout the State, and those Inrtllro nttnn.lini. 1I..1 nnfil- nn. I linnrnnt. metliniiR in VOL'llfi for n C(lltUrV. Ovp.r Persons troubled with diarrhoea wili lifiv well defined i tves without a Xailute is the evidence to prove (he merit of Mrs. Jnyntz requests the Daughters with'bml records have, in nearly every he. mteres'ed, in tho experience of Mr. tins imnortant medical discovery. ThfH netv treatment is the tcfint ot a tnor homo instance, been turned down. There is W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, ongli scientific study of malignant diseases and is based on the most rigid scien of the Confederacy to meet nt her promise tint the nest Assembly will Providence, It. I Hesats: "tor sever on Fridnv morning at ten o clock, tin.- - principles. constant al years have been almost be splendid body and will carry out to sutfei-e- r Ifioui Uiarihoea, thea frequent Lackey Captured ills Man. , the reforms promised in the plat completely prostrating me and "James Lackey, jailer oi Madison form adopted at the Democratic State attacks rendering me unfit for my duties at Dr. holds irold medals from leadlner medical colleces for proficiency county, was in .Ford the past week Convention. "We are junt entering an this hotel. Aiiout two years ago a in diseases of women, and for tho past ten yetus has confined his practice to fe quo of his jai! birds. He' caught era of more wholsouie legislation in traveling salesman kindly gave me. a male suHerers II is discoveries ot recent UatH lor tlie cure oi iniuigiiaiifc ueouf cfler small bottle of ChanibeilMii's Coli is due to the great increase of vancer of the woml and lemale breast. A well his'uian Kentucky anu witn Uoetel in the ex Cholera and T)iarrliea Iteniedy Much equipped sanitarium is empluved by him at 100 Court street, where his entiie ecutive oflice the people; will realize to inv surprise and delight iis effect Missing Diamond Ring. If suffering' from time i4 devoted to female HiiffiTers and malignant diseij-e- s. Whenever I felt were immediate. anv disease neculiar to women or ar.v manner of maliBiiant crowth or sore, oxaminigg trial before Judge what it means to have legislation and svniiuiiins of the disease I would foitifr At her a fulPand .concise statement of your case and get an honest expert opinion Rice, Sara NibbletS; colored, charged administration favorable to the masses thyself against tho attack with a tay write and not the classes. Owensboro lrec (jure can be mau at Home. Amires?, doses of this valuable remedy. The witii stealing Mrs. C. S. Powell's result tiAs been very satisfactory nml ringi was held over to SwdittlA aluKft coiiiplete reliff front" tilt nllli in f jWboud, 'ATd tla is ulicuit court tStrj A Tlitimt. Up-io-Q- Our (roods areFirsi-Dla- ss and ate Tho Climax earnestly invites atten the ad of Owen McKee, on our supplement, showing reduced pi ices on summer, clearance sale. Mr. McKee is one of our oldest, most honorable aud most deserving citizens, and his store is filled with choice bargains. Call on him early and often. Hon to jJ Z rg to-d- give ii. e ciniii piam, nnurisiiuiu ioou and White's Cream Vermifuge. The result will be. fhe worms will disappear and the child become healthy and cheerful. Price 50 cents Perry and julyo-lThomas. only time a boy will carry a big The basket without a protest is when it con tains pie and cake for a picnic lunch. Our bnbv Ims been continually trou bled with colic ami cholera infantum since his birth, and all that we could do for him did not neeni to cive more than 's tempornry relief, until we tried Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ueineilv Since giving thnt remedv be has not been troubled. We wnnt to L'ive vou this testimonial asan evidence of our gratitude, not that you need it to advertise your meritorious remedy. (i. M. LAW. Keokuk. Iowa, frorsalo by Perry & Thomas, drugsiUts. 1m m Chain-nerlain- -- Inperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions of the In cases of dBpepsia, nervousness. system, which grow and are contained catarrh, rhomatiViii, eruptions, i tc.the by neglect, iierumn tone to itie circumstances may be altere iy pun stomach, and innses good digestion. fying and enriching the b'ood with Price 50c. Perrv & Thomas. jyMni Good appetite Hood's Sarsatmrilla. and good digestion, stroni: nerres and You needn't htretch it to put quartz r.crleet liealtli take tne piaco oi Hood's Sarsapai ilia U Ameri- iu a pint cup. ca's Greatest Medicine aud the best that A grain of sand in the eye can cau-- e money can buy. excruciating agony. A grain of pepper Hood's Pill's cure biliousness, sick in place oftlie iirain of sand intensities 'the torment. The pain is not confined headache. to the orinms alfected The whole ImkIv Samson was a professional strong feels the shock of that little irritating particle- is so when any deman. whose Inst act biouuht down the rangement Itor disorder there is delicate of the hoiiFe. womanly orirans. Tho disorder may seem trivial but tho whole body feels White's Cream Vermifuge not only It. The nervous svstem is disordered. ellectually expels worms, but is There aro fretfulness, irritability, snl- as a tonic, aud is a certain and lutiniau ...... detirtHEufull ... MUrita . ..j. in ...... if .".;- mill ilunA II 1u . ,1 permanent cure lor chills anil fever in innoP!il tiunlttl if chiltlreu. Price 25 cents. Perry and the local health of the organs peculiarjulj5Tni Thomas. ly feminine. Iiemove the drains, u'ceiations, bearing down painx, and other afll ctions ot woman, and tho It's good memory that Ur whole bo iy leels the benefit. of discreet forgetftilness Pierce.' Favorite Prescription (iv specific for the dicea-'ethat undermine Good Old Granny Mstcalt, strength of woinsti It is free from the 88 vears old. livinir at Padueah, Ky opium, cocaine and' other narcotic. is poNons which enter into many oilier jiavs that Dr. Bell's the best urip cure, cough, luiu: and preparations for woman's use. It bronchial remedv thnt hs been sold makes weak women strong aud sick women well. during her life. uibm-diseasead-tmtis Piiie-l'ar-Huii- A riiiM Kiijnys The pleasant flavor, gentle action, and -- nothing eil'ect of Syrupof Fins.when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother bo costive or bilious, the mosi gratifying results follow is iipe; so that it is. the best family remedv known and every family should have a bottle Manufactured by the California Fig urup Co. as thev ri and Kczcmt. Tetter, The intense itching and smai ting in i '.ent to thco diseases is instantly nth. y d !iy applying Chamberlain's Eye and Many Yery bad mscs Skin Ointment. iiave been permanently cured.by it. It i3 cimully efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples ; chapped hands, chilblains, frost ind chronic sore eyes. 25cts. perbu.. Salt-Itheuih-- '- i SgSD ONE DOLLAR (! 1 s . . .... Men are somewhat like fish. As soon Pr. Caily's Condition Powders, think they am able to get alone just what a horse needs when in Ltd on their own hook they are likely to condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge They aro not food but get caught on someone ele's. medicine and tho best in use to put a Prico 20 horse in prime condition. Freezing Weather in July ;ents per package Would cause gret discomfort and loss Man once ate tho cream, but now but fortunately it is seldom known. A vast amount of iniserv is caused at thev cremate the man. however, bv impoverthis Is vour liver tired? Does it fail to ished blood, oor appetite and generdo its duty? If so don't neglect its call al debility. These Conditions may lie tor help. A few doses of J turbine mav remedied by ei riching the sickness. Hoihiie tonimr the stnumeh'with Hood's Sar i ave you a spell of liver i the only perfect it saparilla. T'his inedieineseeui to put. i nreseliill's and fe.ver. Price 50c 1'eriy new life in'o the whole plisicnl sys- & jillj5-ln- i Thomas tem, simply because of its wonderful power to purify, enrich and vitalize Some people are loyal in tho way that tin; blood, create an appetite aud in- a gadlly is luval to a horse. vigorate tne d'uestive ructions. We advise you t get a bottle and try it if you are not feeling in-- t right. It 1 iftstlB V gja, Constipation and Indiwill do VMi more, good than a six gestion. Regulates the Liver. Trice, 25 cts. weeks vacation. It is the bet medi Sold by Perry is Thomas, successors to W. jjo-lcino money can buy. O. White. . - 7h 7 SS 7 W 8 Ai ? 7iji 7S 7 7f 7$ 7$ 7& 7 7 K 7 Brut-cla- ss s- r.r.lI !. ir v. jm MILLER" to-da- A Treatment That Cures Cancer. and-re-fine- d OXFORDS ARE HERE! Fijiely made of soft "VELVETTA"' kid on strictly hygienic mid anatomical principles they are the most comfortable an,d most perfect-fittihj- r Oxfords yet devised for Roman's wear. THE FAMOUS IKE ss Tar-Hone- 2-- - f, "JEWNESS MILLER" SHOES. Oxfords $3.0i -- FEMALE DISEASES. "Jenness Miller" ss , If TJ1EY FIT THE FEET ASJSTAT aREINTENpED Only to be had of ns in this city. AIL women can weal' '.Tenness Miller" Oxfords "with, the assurance of eujoyingabsolutelootcomfort. nd aKk- - 207 WEST MAIN 8TEET, TRIOttJrfOND, KY. , Ter. TfctvfVtY,: f ; jutiffsm i) . ' I Our Goods AND Here's Yeir Cktsce. Some Eilraordinsry Offers by The Climax. Faded ,g. ! Our prices Tho Climax wants live hunred new subscribers by the first of the new year. In order to reach this end, some ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers.' Consumption robbed of its terrors by the fact that the best medical authorities state that it is a curable disease; and one of the happy things about it is, that its victims rarely ever lose hope. is You know there arc all sorb of secret nostrums advertised to cure Some make absurd consumption. claims. We only say that if taken in time and the laws cf health are' properly observed, The Climax and The "Week Compel you to trade, with us when rou give us a trial. ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax and the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or MeClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis CeuRlCourl Daysv-ilParis, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nichola8villc, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourtli Monday. . ALL WOMEN the Should knorr OiaTlae" Uouicdy, tat PLEASE j ifiiii Is tho best for Female TrosMes. Corrects all trrecularitles in Kemalo Organs. Should be taken for Chsnre oi Lite and before StOCd tho Plasters "0'd Tune" Rnci!ies have test for twenty yenrs. pece r f wtlctne Co., ATado only by ChlU-BlrtJJt-- NEW T0SK FASHIONS. Tho Id: n Acts gently on HMD The Indies cannot be deceh ed GlEAnses s?FFFFr.T FA by catch' phrases nor All bombastic claims. to say is, we buy we have rr in the best markets of la- H4BITUALC0NST'PAT.0N the world, select the test goods, and when you buy you know you have the latest, O By 'F goods. Is that what you BUT TMt want? If so! trade with (aui?rniaITgyrvp(. up-to-da- Kidneys, Liver and Bowels ystem the the ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r nal, both for one year $1.60 The Climax and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. IV The Climax and Ohio Farm, $1.90. SGOTT'S EMULSION will heal the inflammation cf the throat and lungs and nourish and strengthen the body so that it can 5 throw off the disease. We have thousands of testimonials where people claim they have been permanently cured cf te GENUINE-MAM- -- 2?:.e roa siuerau osuoosri Jan5-l- y rsu sot lusrat. .S? rain Can Prevent Bryan From ing The Next Democratic Nominee For President. Be- The Climax can. also fur nish anj paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates. this malady. mA .11 .i SCOTT & DOWNE, I htmisii. New York. iOOCCVO'3'O'O't tial election. They see the haudwrit- ng on the wall, and they don't need another Daniel to interpret it." at Richmond Fair. The Madison County Fair Association opens the following purses, to close July 12, to be trotted during their Annual Meeting, August Big Purses 1- -4: White i Gibson mfl EPWORTB LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION THE lUXKEKS' STAKE $1,000, CHAMP CLARK TALKS. Herald, July 4.1 Offored by four Banks of Richmond, for age, of which $200 jYRUP PEPSIil Indianapolis, Ind., "cures constipation.1 JULY JB99. V 20-S- 3. DR. CALDWELL'S f Lexington Only One Fare Round Trip HiHoshal&Co Commission Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Bound Trip not to exceed one dollar. VIA One-thi- rd Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" Sheep, Tickets will be on sale from all points July From points within 75 miles of Indianapolis on July 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1899. Upturning tickets will be good to leave Indianapolis to July 21th, with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with joint agent at Indianapolis not later than July 21th, and payment of fee of SO 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 ror.tes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," or address theundersigned, WARREN J. LYNCH. J. E. REEVES, Gen. Southern Act. Gen. Pass. & Tkt Agt. W. P. DALE, A. G. P. A.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 19,20,21. CalUs, Hogs anil Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, Telephone 734G. O. EaTAIl information regarding live Consign stock cheerfully furnished. 6ept7-l- y your stock direct to us. with V5ltHiimlira. Have currd B many cane CURED Tegetable thousand f railed hopwess. In tea days at least of nil xymptom remor-1- . Testimonials and TEH DATS treatment tret. DR. H. H. GREEK'S SOBS, Box K. Atlanta. Ga. two-thlr- rl The man is who has a good, sound, reliable carriage tinder him. He can and m'ost refreshing rest secure in the thought that when Coolest of drinks that can be found he has one of our well made, reliable in the city are dispensed phiL'tons, carriages, runabouts, whaleor road come and accommo- bone speeders, the road, carts, that nevor by what mny on his wagon will give way. We have one of the dating clerks. finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-way- s Kept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga Water and rubbertired huwies in Ilich-mouup-to-da- te d. iiii CALL AT-n- SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY JSSSSSSSseSSSSSSS5Ss5SSS5 JOHN D0NELS0N, Prop'r., Second St. Phone 3. RICHMOND, KX-- Kentucky Carriage Works. -I- fgPIUN. KM Auui. o.. -- andWhiiksy UK H. M 104 FiDltl cured at home without pain Book of par tlculars sent FREE. WUULLtl LU, North l'ryor St 35-- ECONOMIST RANGES uUice. - -- o I K 2o CO g 2 52 a O ' 1 . o IT f 3 !T a M O o ::;a 2 B B 3 3 J O 1 O CO13 1 3 m c 6! a a, 3 o Ht Roofing, Guttering and General The Hon. Champ Clark, of Missouri, who is to deliver one of the addresses at Chautauqua arrived Monday. To the Herald reporter, on being asked for an expression on tho national political situation, he said: "In my judgement Democratic pros pects have crown much brighter In the last ninety days; so mucii so that were the Presidential election held now, we would win. If tilings continue to go as they are now going, Bryan will be elected hands down. I say Bryan because, while not yet nominated, nothing except death can prevent his nomination! Instead of growing weaker with time, lie is stronger now than he was in 189G. The lova which the masses entertain for him is something wonderful. At Mr. Bland's funeral, I happened to walk just behind Bryan in tho procession between long rows ol people. If I saw-on- e 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 ley ,of Pennsylvania; George Fred Wil liams, of Massachusetts, or John W. Daniel, of Virginia. "As 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 wnys for nil it's worth. We will not only realHrm, but readopt et verbatism the Chicago platform of 18, and add strong anti-trnand planks. Also planks, strong as enn be made, against a large standing army and in favor of an income tax and of economy. In the second year of Jefferson's administra tion Federal taxation amounted to only fifty cents per head. In the second year of McKinley's it amounted to $12.97 per capita. It is high time a halt was called on this woeful waste." Won't the Itepublfcans also declare against trusts?" "I guess they will but it will be like tho devil rebuking sin.' For this admin istration to do anything against trusts would be like a man murdering his mother, or a mother, 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 tiiey tall?. "Then out of some 800 German-America- n newspapers, over 600 have declared against Mark Hanna's new fangled policy of imperialism. The Republicans can't carry a State west of the Alleghenies and north of Arkansas without the bulk 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 not even nominate McKinley, but will nominate to-da- y st anti-expansi- a El o 3 3 f-- -- 2 q Job Work. : : : : :3 O o 05 73 32333E33 12 CLHU COMPLETE 3 -- 3 SS8S 3332 BLISS REGENERO. Jti Restorts Reed. "Not only is the silver question not dead, but the prospects that the Republicans nt the coming session of Congress will pass a law retiring the greenbacks. nnd another establishing the gold stand' ard in terms, is helping us by broaden ing the financial issue, placing it where it was in the days of Andrew Jackson, and the result will be the same the people will win. "The very fact that Republicans are preparing such bills during a recess of Congress shows that they are hedging against the results of the next Presiden PEPSlN SDR. INDIGESTION. II II CALDWELL'S Make, tte TIis Croat Weak Slrooj. saddle stallion, mare or gelding, any is reserved for consolation. Only horses that show in Bankers' Stake and take no part of money will bo allowed to compete in consolation. Five per cent to nominate and 5 per cent additional from money winners. Money divided 50. 25, 15 and 10 per cent. No additional entrance will be charged for consolation, and 5 per cent will only be deducted from first division ($S00) ol first show, and 5 per cent only deducted from ($200) con solation. Should the above stake fail to 1311 reasonably well, right reserved to declare off. Entrance money refunded. LITERARY NOTES Rules of National Saddle Horse Breed ers' Association to govern. The women of the country will be For other rings for Saddle and Harness vastly interested in the July Cosmopo catalogue. Horses, see litan because it has five articles that TROTS. will especially appeal to them aside 2:15 Class, $400 . . . 2:18 Class, S400 from its other high-grad- o features. 2:27 Class, $400 . . 2:3o;Class, $400 Charlotte Perkins Stetson, than whom . 2:22 Class, S400. 3:00 Class, $400 tho sex has no stronger nor nioro intelClass, $300 . 3:yr-ol-d Class, $300 lectual champion, answers Professor R. B. Terrill Purse for Yearlings, $150. Peck's argument made in the June l'ACES- number, and trenchantly proclaims 2:17CIaas,$300. . . 2:24 Class, $300 the right of woman to a certain econo 2:30 Class, $300 . . . Class. $200 mic place. Charlotte iVhitnoy East Catalagues will be issued in ten days man, in the prize paper of the second or less. . J. "W. Bales, President; S. A. class in the Cosmopolitan series on "The Ideal and Practical Organization of a Dentherage. Secretary. Home," tells how comfort and happi That TiirobliinsIIIeadaclio ness may be attained on tho seemingly Whould quickly leave you, if you meager salary of two dollars and a half used Dr. King's New LifePills. Thous a day. In antithesis to these serious ands of sufferers have proved their subjects, France De Forest discusses matchless merit for Sick and Nervous chattily some American girls who have Headaches. They made pure blood and married Continental noblemen. This strong nerves and build upyour health. article is illustrated by a large number Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. of very beautilul portraits. Then comes Money hack if not cured. Sold by Mrs. Lanra B. Starr's article on "Tea- 1 Perry & Thomas, Druggist. Drinking in Many Lands," tolling of customs, ceremonials and apNo matter who had been nominated strange pliances used In preparing nnd drink at Louisville there would have been beverage. Lastly, some kickers. That is always to be ex ing this universal some very striking types of Samoan pected, especially from people, who aro exhibited by William speak under the first twinge of disap beauty Churchill. pointment, without waiting for calmer Its human interest is at all times the reflection Such people are usually chief characteristic of Tho Cosmopoli emotional, however, and soon get over their troubles. In this instance there tan. Balzac and Funston the one be is little reason for a kick. Our stand cause tho centenary of his birth has ard bearer has been nominated by a just been celebrated in France, and ronjority of the votes of tho regular the other because of his exploits in the Philippines are of vital and present constituted authorities, and they have given us a ticket that is ns irreproach interest; nnd the July Cosmopolitan of Harry able as it will prove invincible. Those treats them.scholarly Thurston Peck appreciation of who are disposed to kick do themselves contributes a "Balzac and His Work." The article is harm as well as the cause, since the profusely illustrated with portraits of unscrupulous onerny, aided by a more unscrupulous foe masquerading as the great novelist and with a numerous selection from the drawings made at Democrats, distort every kick into a Balzac's direction to illustrate the revolt, 'every idle remark into a mon"Comedie Humaine." strous rebellion. We do not believe characters in the Charles S. Gleed, tho well known Kan there is opposition of consequence in sas lawyer, railway director and former the Democratic party to Mr. Goebel, journalist, who has been General Fun- and we hope the few who are disposed friend for years, tells of to rise a contention will recant as quick ston's intimate the characteristics, adventures and for ly as possible and march in the forefront tunes of this diminutive Knnsau, who to a victory that is as sure as the gospel had many daring exploits to his credit is true. We were never surer of any before ho joined tho volunteer army thing in our lives than that Goebel and and went to the Philippines. his excellent running mates will win and by a mnjority that will forever everywhere take Kentucky out of the doubtful if It would cheer DemocratsMonday the they could have heard column. Stop carping, jump in tho kindly and earnest words spoken of band wngon and help ns run the majorSenator Goebel by a distinguished citiity to 50,000. Stanford Journal. zen of this county, one who was for many years associated with him politiSpain's Greatest Need. cally. He said he was always tho Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spain, champion of the rights of the people spends his winters at Aiken, S. C. Weak an honest man a man who could be nerves had caused severe pains in the neither intimidated nor bribed, As the back of his head. On using Electric canvass progresses.and the people learn Bitters, America's greatest Blood and more and more of Senator Goebol, they Nerve Remedy, all pain soon left him will realize that he is hated becanso ho He says this grand medicino is what is their champion, because ho has his country needs. All America knows for them. He is the that itcures liver and kidney trouble, fought their battle man lor the hour a leader who will purifies the. blood, tones .up the stom win a great victory for tho Democracy ach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, Kentuckian-Citizen- . vigor and new life Into every mucle, in November. nerve and organ of the body. If weak, tired or ailing you need It. Every bottle guaranteed, only 60 cents." Sold by and-wate- 'IV ins sets. Summer girl presses her hair plainly when intent upon out COc. Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. ; ing sports. decS-ly- r Q. White. A pretty yachting gown is Of while duck, with wee blue polka dots and All druggists sell Dr. Miles' .Norvo Piasters. wide blue duek collar embroidered with white anchors. An odd driving cloak is of tan cloth. membling in its makeup, a Japanei-garment, with rolling revers about the neck, nnd wike, flowing sleeves. All tho linens, ducks, piques and crash materials are in high favor for little girls wear. Best & Co. show some beautiful bailor suits of those wash- alilo mateiiuls; which, by tho way, are wear. just as popular A inaliue hat, all black; with no touch of color, is a decidedly smart bit Ring In the new ''Ring out tho old of headgear. Ring out tho false Ring in the true " plumes are "the W - .ig to you the new and true from tho latest" in feathers. Their lines are piney forests of Norway graceful and pleasing. Eton jackets are at the zenitli of their popularity They are trimmed or tail ored, as suits the fancy. Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Both alpine and sailor hats aro more lavishly trimmed than formerly. Nature's most natural remedy, improved by The athletic girl pays special heed to science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive her skin. She doesn't nt once submit it Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces r to soap w'len she returns of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. from nu outing; hut tubs into it Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n thoroughly some of Dr. Woodbury's mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g flue fragrant cream. Young If dies who cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed have not yet tried this most delightful membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no ndination to cough. cleanser, can send to him for some, at 2G West 23d street. OOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS For the bicyclo girl, there is a cute Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes l little Dutch cap, which ties with strings BE SURE YOU GET M&, a nil t ilnnucnnr-n- i under the chin. any ivineuy equa. to nr. iii'ii a quick and permanent relief It elves Dr. Bell's P.Rt-?ar-Kii- iy Bicycle skirts of burlap are new, and Incrip&svrellasconshsoadrnlds. It nutters stronj. airs. il. a. ucicaue, weak Innci Evelyx Cable. well liked. Ky. 2f: SIjmUGGISTS. M. outanu.roil to us, anil mm will fwnd you (JUS HIGH ! GflADt OS OP CABINET BUBD1C1 StWIHQ MACHWE by frttjfctC. o. U. uia. prfrrtl MtUfctarr,u exactly nearest iix'iKnt uepo. w eTtiftX ioaciaimina at jour reproented, found . Mll HuUkN tl.rr mIJm feUli fCO.OU, tmi THE N?-- f iTJ.!!) ? CUXITKST fUCQill TOD KTKR 1IK4UJ OF. pT frrifU$ratOur Special Offer Price 515 50 120p(itiiulsandthe freight will arr?e 75 cents tor each 600 mllen. CIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIALin your own horae.aiwf t Mil we Wilt return your 115 Miy day you are not ptiiflwt f Urmt MtVft aa4 rri4 at 4.frO. 10,00, MI.OO, JUrkU 6 2. IK all falty .fHWd l ll.r Ire Swla Scala talker, 4 ktsi5.SO briui DROPouerea vy CAD I II ET BURDICIC DSZ any cause. i tue greatest vaiue c rer SEND MO MONEY Jr WITH YCOR OIDCR, ruttM. mu for-boy- s' rei tlsiiirnu, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ottering' 111 v.r' ui tod icemenu. SIMlltLK 1SD HIIO I OIHtCTHUKSOJE. 31 rlS Pli i(UIUi Mti,.i m.ett. Writ. .... frl..4 it jur. ua.!er r&rfom la CMeix. aW &07nrS" namei, with I.ra wa. art nr oim rum or aunt llltll SI OIK SII'IIMl X1DI, KITH Til IIVTIIC IIEMT 31 A Knit IV AMIKH ,, fJiUJl illbBLM JlAiLlil.b DR. BELL'S , m - , 1 tl r V 7, 'I mr friK' UatftL with full Jencth for sew Inc. 4 fantt arrt. Uki lb99kcMe fraaw. carred. paneled. embcFitei i decoratrd caMnrt f nlfb. fir!et rlckcl drawer pulls, reM f i M te halt treadle ir n mi i Inw: lim Hlra Arm Wai. p- - ltlre fuur motion feed, self threadinff , it. Ins f buttle, acroaiatic bobb n winder, adjustable bearinps. patent a liberator. ImprOTetl liiose wheel, adjustable prrsser foot. lmpred si , P patent needle lar, patent drrx(niard. head Is handsomely iU. ran i I. m- -i m4 bfiaflfattj KICKEL TRI1VI1VTZD. aJiV.i- - n..flm GUARANTEED theJIfhlrM rsaaiir, atMtttarabla ia4 arareat attlMt attaint l. Ufarahard aaa aar ftrj aMwMatiarliMral and doelthr plainFree any kind of f Boonw t. .s Instruction v i5t howanroneran run It or an r. ASO.YEAKB BIUINO OCARANTEE I sent with ererymati f IT COSTS YOU NOTHING to,rt;e,!in(l"ln.c athds mchln1e- - f m " WK.c:a J" )4U.UU araasTlat; (1S.00 nd iben it ronslnced Sift. 00, ' fiO.OO, I ,; rf T"lIt 111. 10 ir al Amj t!at wlllila tar aiaatha jaa iri.A . mr H elticlc t Co. are throuffhlT reliable. Editor aaraaart rii0 rDLlMlkD, onebeIllustration plncfromplirhtlo oed a" rv! SOLID QUARTER MiwUr lafct, tu4 tat.le and brad In place SAWED OAK ahowi machine closet Bffg h r a.k, j.. la h.f EAiiS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III. apr5-6- Madson Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED .in.-.!.- 1863. Pcdacah, For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White JAMES T. HAMILTON, PiioriiiETon. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Oil sburg Cental o Stock Yards, EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Grnnite, or any kind of Cemetery Work, will find it to their Interest to call at tho old stand in the r ar of the M. E. Church on Irvino Street, where they will find constantly or hand a largq stock of finished work to select from, at pricos to suit all cla.s i.i buyers. gjSg .Mr.. W G. GOUOHEH, one; of the bent workmen in Central Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment nnd this means eatisfactcry win k in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for design'', ' which will be furnished on application. Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. Best Distributing Point East of. Indlnapclis for Balti more, Washington, Philadelphia, New lork and all Eastern markets. Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. . gj9T YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.' X. I HIGHEST HKILaTON. Proprietor. nnnnn gnn.ruinnrm nnnruxri nrurnnn ixrinrmn GRADE PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31 - 3m m . . BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN LADIES' COLUMBIAN Sell Your Hides Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. . and buy your Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. "RICHMOND, I We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. TnuBMAN Geoceuy Co., Cor. Main and Cheapside. KY. rj All we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. We are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. We guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. We gire more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired'. Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc WBITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr2&-3- jl oinuxarmruuinruuxr CLEVELAND. OHIO. 3 inruiruriiJxrinnjuinjTruvai uua ey're the best! PS BOON TO MANKIND! DR Thai's why you want to see them before you buy. We mean our TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE rt"V""--''J-Lj"w'- o an m my r4 m 33. HJ Ai Insurance uasoune Stove. CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. m CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 cents; bottles, 60 cents. 310 Korth Main Street, ST. LOUIS, HO. Janl5"lr- - JMJcS F, IALLAB0, Sole Profrtelw, For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. HEFAIMNG AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Perry & Thomas, Druggist. CLEANLINESS AND HEALTH. l Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. iujh irc.aiiu'nt U ixisiuvctr tTwmiiUttl to cure ui .imuus unity, oc VamIiic s. It bcIii powerfully and uultkly. N ti Man. .1 PSv.tmlfi' lMPr i. irun or !r(i'n.i:un. Young men will re. Tt!if ilnttu'lr lnf ni.inlirwl nn.t ri.l wtl ,iti .(TVUtri n lit ii''' hc!r ymitUful vl-U Invigorate and rcstoroi tc It ..inl- tlf.ir 1 nlltitffnH.Kr....c Buuiimiium ociniiiai en k siniy Khilsslons, Uwt Brain aud Power. (nnr. ne tvery All Work Guaranteed. irr tt-- if '"vvsvi.m .or Iriincxs study or marriage. HCUBURO iwuic iwi, ui mo ii itcase 1 luit is why .. fTtt nmim. 1 T itMiiihi il. ltt:lves Action and restores i fiii iimii.i. it 14 a roarrcioai lllood rurl -t.ut faulty i:o Ilak Glow coiiim hark to 1 orCoundonco. And all crTccUi of nelf. which linnui Uwh an - -- rlH , via ft 'acr-- t ' Uvre iKxktt. mall $1.00 per o rneenuuy rciimd Is Joxea do not efTcrt n cure. j. tr Druggists. For sale In Richmond by Perry & Thomas, sept2My. Rotary Motion Ball Bearings. a4 yams Designs COf YRIGKTS AC. Anyone sending a sketch and description may eratcklr ascertain our opinion frea .BE InTenuon It probably patentable. Handbook on I'ateaU sent free. Oldest immt for iecunn.rti.ienu. Patents taken thrown Munn A Co. recelv ptttai notice, withoat cbarse. In tho 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Scieittiflc Cc- A handsomely IllnttratM veeklr. Tirtreat air. ealaUon oC mix Mfenttfu iunuil. Ter.n. flierkfl. IV m! toy "Blue GrM - Rlchmittd, Sr. Furniture. IMT trip whorftyrm are not likely to meet r. acquaintances, take one of the D. & C, new tytel passenger steamers to the The People's Coctmon Sense Medical Island of Cool Breezes. Staterooms and Adviser, a book cotitaininz iooS races. ParloM reserved thirty days in advanee.' tis 'given away by the autlio- -. Sent! at Seinl two cet Mump for illustrated HN-oesiampi toe expeoac of auuiUw fHMpbhrf. tmly; for th. Aftioa in mopr, or it r.A., D. A4Jrei, A. JL ScMAXrz, O.i PToir, Mick. Utnpc fof th book bound ia eteU. AddnM Br. K. V, Mm, X. Y. nt best blood purifier thai I ever used," writes Mrs. M. Ilartrlck, of Demster. Oswego Co., N. Y." It is about three, years since tnv health begun to fail, ocpicuiucr a gave out entirety wun wnat the physicians pronounced enlargement of the lirer. My back pained me aU the time : the doctor said I must cot ride. In fact I could not ride nor walk; nor hardly sit still ; could not lie on my right 4e, I commenced taking the "Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets,' took them for three monthi, and atlll continue the ' Pellets.' I rill be glad if I can ssy anything to help those who are suflerinc." handy to the hives. He understands that to put flowers rich in honey where the bee can get them with least effort, means an increase in the quantity and quality of me noncy garnerca in me ntves. It is on this Drincinle that Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery increases the quantity and quality of the nutrition of me uoay. Tue ingrcuients of this medicine are selected to fumish the blood and stomach with the essential materials for body building, in a concentrated and assimilable form. They make the conditions under which the "stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition must work, as easy as possible, and so reduce strain and waste. As the strength of the body is disease is thrown off. It is due to this fact that persons with weak, lungs, obstinate cough, bronchitis, and other diseases, which if neglected lead to consumption, find a complete cure by- using " Golden Medical Discovery." " Dr. Meice's Golden Medical Discovery Is the - bees plants buckwheat The fanner who keeps Those people in Richmond and elsewhere who have habitually resisted the influence of soap and wafer will no doubt find great comfort in knowing that their theory is supported by no lesser an. authority than the Medical Record. Tho Record says "Cleanliness is an excellent habit. It is not, howevcr,an absolute essential, nor an essential at all, to health and mental activity. Tho healthiest man the writer evoy saw is alive and well y at 94, and he took a bath only occasionally once in the Mersey at Liverpool In 1838, and nrtain in the North river in 1878, both of which weio accidental, the gentleman being slight ly intoxicated when ho fell. Almost all people who live to an extreme old age are found to bp those who are not over.-fon- d of ablutions, but who are otherwise. (Careful in their manner of ILving." there are thousands of women who nearly suffer death from irregular menses. Sometimes the " period " comes too often sometimes not often enough sometimes the flow is too scant, and again it is too profuse. Each symptom shows that Nature needs help, and that there is trouble in the organs concerned. Be careful when in any of the above' conditions. Don't take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles. Month L. E. LANE, 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. TT3 "4 ..J J. FOUND ONLY AT THE Why Suffer Agony ?. When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to cure you. It is the discovery of an eminent pliyaioiuu. '" No Knifi I No Infanptlon f CasinssT Tho first treatment brings inmediato rdieX: ; lb 'J ' you. cured thousands, and wlj-curMR. T. c3. "WILCOX, promi,n?:ifc increlumt, politlciaa nnd chief of the QhatTanoo!;ft Fire Dcpartniisnti sajs : N- BRADFIELLVS FEMALE REGULATOR is tho one safe and sure medicine for irregular or painful menstruation. It cures all the ailments that are caused by irregularity, such as lcucor-rhcefalling of the womb, nervousness; pains in the head, back, breasts," shoulders, sides, htp$. and limbs. By regu!ating-themenseso that tbey cccur every twenty-eignt- h day, all those aches disappear together. Just before your time comes, get a bottle, and see how much good it will do yoy. Druggists sll it at $t. a, & tasn naraware Mote oi j$ $f & DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. . Screen Dpor,s,. Water Coolers, Kefrigerators; Champion Bin- ders and Mowers Hay Bakes, 3$ 5$ jjk A PcpulK "Wtdlise Trip. s If you 'sunt a delightful wedding of suffennj, DON'S VI LR Cl.NTIUE.Vfr was to mc. Tltc uie of ens bus effected a ferpinnctf z- e. I v fitntarlly j;)t c ycu this statement, WJ1 tsiirn:. .if of bringing ywr 'wsnderful remedy tj the atkatl.in ,ot oUtersif , wUk piles." lm-iJ. - - After years Price )LO0, Binder Twjine, Etc. ' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHAITANOOOA, Prfid to any A'Odreai&fi.' tenn. . Send for dur free book, "Pert Health for Women." WtA&FtELD REGULATOR CO. $f - hl-l- y ftti ATtAHTAjCA. B Mna-i- r