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Digital page images are linked to the text file. is F T i iI i IJA Y 4 0 Ni J 1J i 1 tIii if il11 qir f RICHMOND f LIMAX= VOLUME 26 r RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1899L1 NUMBER 7 e I i1iJijii1 FvI prp II FlIP AP PIRIII I II II I I i R I ti I E 11rjjI LAIhA r ALALL or LU1ll U III I I jyiens Stylish UptoDate JITIj 1Ig Every one worth the regular prico but we want 3toseli them Here is what they will cost at the reduced price The difference be isIthe original price rJIJ jWeSellYouJI H 1 I M 40 S 400 1 i1jAS600 Suit for 475 S750 Suit for 025 EI A S1OOO SUIt for 750 J li A S1250 Suit for 950 L1 i li4 A 81500 Suit for 1150 f A 81800 Suit for 1350 S A 82000 Suit for 1550 1J1 i rJI1 Youths SnitsSizes 30 to35 350t8 450 Suit for 8 500 Suit for e 400 jj 600 Suit for 450 1vrv 700 Suit for 575 NJj 1000 Suit for 750 1iIi 1250 Suit for 950 jJ 1500 Suit for l 1150 JraJi E For Rent fPChoice of three good office rooms over Douglas Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conveniences GRIGGSBY MUNCEY Dr Louis H Landraan No sos Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio Wilt be at the Hotel ZImmcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky febl6ly lLLlNm CENTRAL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leavea Lout Tille every and runs through to San Francisco Ask ticket nt for or write Free Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and New Orleans AIfIfANSON WM A KELLOND O P A Chicago AOpALoulnl1le L Ikieh ad Diio Edlmj Time of Trains Winchester Ky j WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Aeeom 6Jam PaalcrnEzpreas for Louisville 7 am and Accom a OOm Now York Limited PFV4EAST- BOUND Mpm Lexinpon and tolorehead Aecom 9 IB am Limited F F Vn58 urn- Lexinzton and Mt Sterling Accom 8 30 pm Washington Kxprea 9 M pn Accommodation trains run dally except San dallytliroujbuleeplnesud car service W N York i to t R1koMtX3tmorOEOROB T AJtNEY Do ACOKyX ls tOB Ky lv PROFESSIONAL CARDS Arrozrz Rw MILLER ATTOBSBYATLAW RICHMOND KEMTCCKT Office In the Bnrnam Building next door to armera National Bank febSly JA StTLLtVAN TTOItNEYATLA- WRICfUfONI KENTUCKY Office over Hani ware storeoPjI posit Court HOURC on fain rbII B AT LAW UintMOxn KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St np etaire 31 30 1 0 D M CHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA RICHMOND IVIOffice mi Second street illlts tII ryIP3YSICIAN3 D1SIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe iIinl bUIldIng and to Sec ond Street oVer WAite old dructtore 27 CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility n Specialty aaOfllce up stairs over store recently by Richmond Harness Co East Main tit Richmond Ky upr7ly IT C JASPER MD 7 I Medicine aiidSurgery Olhce Prather Buildinu Main Street Telephone at retidence the Carr place on broadwayt RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHTBTCIAN AND SURGEON 1cnMont KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY 3Offlce and residence on 8econdBtrcet D31ITAL 5VsaE1T- 1T 1111 to sot JlIIlIT18T rr LoviavtLU tv TrOKoe next door to Qorernment Building KichniSrid Ky Office hours 9 to J21 to 4 l171y PIED SMITH 4DiNJIST ocrr 00IU1II8cery sm olo iy ci 71 J312X i C =c UX 1 l I ca1 bl t TO CLOSE OUTc J L Our Stock of Spring S llpr and Summer Clothing 21 V i We have decided to place the krife deep into every suit and odd pair of pants of this seasons stock We dont waivt to carry a piece over These low prices offered should move thcnivr EI t t v Every Sui9 Bvfy PMT 5 of Odd Paints l1 lBfE1IfEfE1 JfJioI- E Bonn fide Sale No Fake An opportunity youdo not often getA a This is a regular MoneySaver to every one that purchases IEI Good Qualities and Low Prices 3- c These Goods will not be equaled JVone will show you as large a see lection Please note prices come and see the goods and you will be con vinccd that every suit and every pair of pants is a BARGAIN Come all They are yours while they last fOI the ab ve pi ice v lJ NQ HOfiftATTOKNKY GOEBEL CANARDS Tho gold standard press seems to never tire or relax ill its efforts to make it appear that tho Democratic party is about to back down from the Chicago platform or weaken in its detenuina lion to renoniinate Mr Bryan It is always hatching plots anti counterplot and as fast ax one of its canards icxposod it creates another It predicted that the Democratic national commit tee at its conference at St Louis in may would take a stand in favor of dropping silver hut not a voice was raised to that effect in the committee meeting anti every speech inthe com mlttee meeting and at the great ban quit tlut followed was for silver It 00 t And is it not dus to nervous exhaustion Things always look so much brighter when we are in good health How can you have courage when suffer ing with headache nervous prostration and great physical you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits How By removing the cause By taking Apr yrIt gives activity to all parts that carry away useless and poisoBOUs materials from your body It removes the cause of your suffering because it re moves all impurities from your blood Send for our book on NervousnessTo good health you must have perfect action of the bewels Ayera Pills cure cos tipti6n and biliousness WPIf tew Ccttorv trbpJcu mUlti like to eoniatt v m eoilcfnt phyciaus aboat Tour condition Then write ni freely tha P3rtlca r Inyoor cia wilt re Nra a prompt reply without coit- JM4fM DK J C ATER LowtU UM i i4l e1 0 c L was so at the bimetallic ineetiiiK at Louisville the following week and azain in the Kentucky Democratic ronven tion ten ilays HRO aiulai the ioluwhut O meeting the past week Ami even the IaliIInlLny Fnurili of July oelehra tion nonntl up hi n Urynn liiirrali Still the gold standard press goes on in itt fixed purpose It in now dedariny that Stone will le tnrne l down foi chairman of the national committee meeting in Chirajio Iiiy 20 in favor of Senator Martin of Virginia tlimnirli the efforts oi Gorman and other Eastern influences IJntllgfJn tic to nr an anti when Stone isunaIiiIniiuHly RIORUI to pret letas he wilt be it will then say it all happened herauKe Stone known to be unfriendly to Bryan and weakening on silver Thrro wasjievei such svBteiniitic iinreaMinable nTui nn consrioiiable lying going on in the American press as in now being indulged in by the metropolitan papers nearly all of which lUO controlled in the inter est of the gold standard lint It seems to have no effect whatever on the Dem ocratic party as the feeling fur Bryan and the Cliirapo pwtotm was never mote pronounced or universal than it is today OweiishoroAIewenter Ills Ufit WnsSavn Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal SIo lately had a wonderful deliverance froth a frightful death Ill tellIng of it ho KIJTB 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs beraiun hard ened I was so weak couldnt even sit up iu bed Nothing helped me 1 expected to s Am die of Consumption when I lieatiTof Dr KinaV New Dis covery One bottle gave gicat relict 1 continued 10 use it mid JilVafli wwll and strong I Cflut siv too inucii in Its praifo This marvejous medicine il tlif sunijt and quicka t cure in the world Itr all Throat anil Lung Trouble Regular slit 50 rents and tl00 Trial buttle freu at Perry Thomas l rng Store every bottle guaranteed 2 JUDGE BBECKINRIDGE OPENS THE CANVASS Stanford Journal Without niHiounceinHnt FRVO what wp could give bv the prd of month Juiluu II J IIrecklllri1Sl opened hi canvass of the State ticket hero yester day H is son Morrison llrtfckiurldge telephoned us Friday niorniirg that lit would steak here hut unfortunately the luessxge came after we went to press He started by paying that as Mr Walton of tho liUeri lrJournnl had first pUt the bee in his boiniot to run for attorney gener land the people of Lincoln had so lieartilv endorsed hii candidacr he wanted to come here first and return his ihankrt to him am them Then lit paid a grand tribute to the heath of the tiCketoHehld known Hetlator Giehej for years and j lts i d t I I IMKI NU RR4ABSOLUTELY PURE Makes the food more delicious and co Mow well IIH stands at home filjOWH in lie fact that isis people have three lintH in Hiicceshinii elertwl liiiu State S llllllr and also made him their repre tentative in tlits eonttilUMonnl convunj lion How a titan stands at IIOIIIH is the way ti iuidge of him anil Senator Giieliel hxashoivn hnwhigli his people iold him in their estimation In re Iud to the trickery nUll other means resorted to in the convention the re ports are tsngeratol Them was no mure than ia customaiy in such conventions lIe did a little trailing1 him eli by getting the other fellow to vote for him oh the proinise of helping their frfends which hit dill He en horsed the platform and stated that here was no lenson fur the hue mid cry ajiaiiist the Ooebnl hill lint even il it were as indefensible as its enemies uv the way to get rill of it is not by voting lor the Republican who nevtr repealetl mean law in their history Ho also endorsed the otlior hilln which he thought should and wpuUMie passed by tlie lIext Legislature wltji some imprpvetncnts rui lllriiied lis ul legiance to the l hiwigo platftirttl dt iiouiited the war present prosecuted in the Philippine deplore inllitaijrin both in Kentucky and National nffuiib ind closed with all elMjnelit appeal U Ootnucrats tiiMiiulb th irc lois nUll vote the ticket from tup to iMuun Tire jlIiit Hue npuHker n IIlallt forre unit inti limit and will malt hnn dreilK of voitT furilnitHriy everywhere hl silver VOice Is hi aril liuniiirrkV trait ervc Wast the reriult of bis spendiri health Indomitable t iI1IImllrtrileu dous eiierKv are not found whore st im itch Liver KtdiityV and Bowels an out ofurderU you want thesf quali titS nnd tho nccesN they briiij ut Dr Kinjis New Life Pills Ilcy de velop every povior of brain anti hotly Only 25o at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 NEW IOlr AS1UONSo The oliTfitsliioned chomino is no longer In fashiun It hna nudlu disap peared even from the bnrjrJiIniunnters It is predicled tlmt the tsvs iii the wparalii klrt am silk iilitrt vstistare numbered Let us Impe this not true A happy combination nfrorecovei and Abort skirt has tftkeu the race 01 I hI1ip1 vid chllll Bicycle sTclrto f ath tc wltiii wsTcn Incites of tliie h utid to confirm covert cloth or tklcfe iwMkin i 1 i1 l IP f I1 h w I 38 f 21 t SI to present style They are in circular form The material used for a little boys mantle is a matter of interest Best Co show these classic little garments made of coth fine serge or cheviot English velveteen is alo us d for half length mantles of this discription Urightiiolored linings to harmonize with the dress material are the correct tiling A lovely gown is of letl urn colored foulard patterned with white and with Greek border of white patiu riboii lapels of same and flounce of white sTlk crape The lownecked cur = pt rover shirred round the waist is a beautiful bit of work with its trimmings of lutes or tine neddlowork but lh lovely late 11 U corset worn under it is really too upI is revived and so c Here You Are For IIIDI i jhiII in iA Ver L rge Li e ol Slits Prices El t I 8100 Pair Pants I 150 Pair Pants for 120 N1 2 00 Pan Pants for LaO 250 Pair Pants for 185 3 00 Pair Pants for 9 9 I 350 Pair Pants for 265 I 400 Pair Pants for 315 V i 500 Pair Pants for 375 I x b 000 Pair Pants for 4 Li l p iI1 Ii Boys Knee = Suits c fl6 W481 50 Suits for 100 200 Suits pB 250 Suits Isfrti L 3 00 Suits for 225 fJi350 Suits for h4 500 Suits for 350 GOO Suits for f 450 Ii i iiJ It E 4 l IE I A of in ii n welcome is this stylethateven new night r lns nro luiilt upon iu flowing grace tullinM The ncwext one is tralliHred t a drjiwKtrini Just under thin bust ami has long filIIII lirt It Is pretty enough to wear in tiny light ExNtYN CAUL Esntucky Fair Bates Tire following art the dates for hold big the Kentucky fairs this year so far reported Biihmond Aug 123 and 4th Madisottville August 94ihays Columbia August 224 days Alexandria August 25 days Louisville Colored FairAuguat 22 5 days Jermnntown August 934 days Broad head Auguat2i4 days Jhelhyville August 233 days August O5 days LaGrange August 303 days Florence August 803 days Elizabethtown September 54clay owl n WreonSepietnber 34 days Swccsful competition in any field dtpinds on physical health A Wj R womans questions are constantly future abnut asked hall women vote Uha1l they practice law ill they compete with men in cv ry field atever WOJlltfS mission zany finally be declared U certain that something must be uone for ber physical health Ignorance superstition and mystery surround wqaans delicate organism Ilcroic effort to1 endure pain is part of woman creed lijany womens lives are constant are in normal health This is till Wrong and might be different if women1tvpuld follow Dr llartmaxs ad vice Perhaps the most practical printed talk to women to be foundanywhere Is in Dr Ilartuians book called Health and Beauty which the Perana Medicine Co Columbus 0 will mall free to women ony It is certain that Dr llartmnns Peruna has proveda perfect boon for womens diseases of the pelvic organs It treats thm scieritiflcally and cures them permanently AH druggists sell it I received your book and cojnmeiiccd the use ot your medicine at once writes Mrs II P Amoss of Orc JUjboroGat Dr Ilarttnaa I took five bottles of Pemun and two Of MansUn I fed like a n3wwoman When I commenced taking Peruna 1 cOulit hardly walk across K y rdom now I am doing my own nndCDwalkjo church 1 shall never cease tO titanic yon for prescrib lag for inc IbM licen under the treatment but never reiCiVeI any benefit until I tommnccd taking your jnedicitlp I wish eve romwho was Buffering1 as I was would send for cop of your bookad May ypa and spare you many years to relieve womu who arc suffering ns I was JHfty thpas id women will be cocns ll 4wid prescribed for this 3esr free of charpu by brHrta Hrxsidcut of the rgicftl hotel Colawbufi 0 All WOBKJH II1I4W hO U1te of t1wI uaaecus tacaibrw6 7ierw y pi the ulUr mot WeE awf write to W Ud the laM i w4 rfb Ml ti J c Jlt fft e t + 5 IW j Q ItPopular 1oliy for75 5m75ii1 t Pant 250lI4OOSuitsf r300-r Full Line Sizes rinthe Boys rn1tji4i 213 WEST MA1N STRE EJitLIwEIIJiHi AgentLouisville orilecperreaerratioamljonorwrlte Are TDercsse honorI IbiA POWDER wholesomeI daysI lItdaysinthrle daysOxvt Womans MissionI ILIA violentlyhllwflhouanparent DSQSlrctV4 ItMiat1fw J11lp ID PANf 1iiJ j for150fo175 KK KK KK 4- Ds4KK1iThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CUB- EDWECUREEN1ISS10NS Ntbinf rae Ua iniro demoraliiioc to young or middlemeed tnenthan the pres ence of thoe nightly luncf hey prodneo wraknffs neryouueaafeclioit of diguitnI a train If ymptomF They imfit n for baintfs loarrieit life and roclal happine No matter whether czitpiett br evu habit in youth Datum wiaknem or rexaat ezceesour- cw Method Treatment irit intltirelr cuteru- 11 fi later esveifo way have weakened ynuli Kipofuie may kayo difaudl Von are at PaSo tilt rnretl Our New Method wilt eue yuu luu run to ii- tkaSOQOCURED E r Youn Stan Toa are pale fecblo ami hagI itrvotu Irritable and ex eitablo Yo i become forgetful morppe Ii inl dIOlent hictrhc and imple- j iWorInfintnthe blisb f your eilstence your eura may fLourt1cure Il Thu worii rcina return to their normal condition and henre tht nouribM7 i i OrarybNO CLtti XO PAY NO OlKKAi TION NK LSAUY NO DKTKN U T10N FHO1ll SI SrCURES GUARANTEED 1 VIIitilpY HruirriuiK VAUIOOCBLK SEMI J NAI LOSSEa UIAHDKK AND KID v NKV dtrae CONSULTATION FliKE 110UKR WUiE CiIABOES E AfFHIflnble to call write 01 STICK BLANK for UOMU lfIOS1 UT- ens KERGAN 2 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O WJLYNE MFO CO- soreuR1MAve LOUI3VILC KY mch226in Lumber For Sale r 1IofIot1lY miti nea acbr lLbolltlhrl ill tihouititrkto4 SfIttetllNoak Inuihet Im wit udeca4 a bl th h eulW4I J1 W Ware K ltc I i f JfH M r c 1 o 18It I u1 t3eS 1fOm i 1l to fSo Li t Jr FRONT tlaysI NOCURENOPAY11nader IWECURSVARICOCELEG SUITS THE POCKET I the eye and the ear All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments of merit They possess every thing essential to sweetness f and strength of tone anti boauty of finish The fact that anjnstrumcnt is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence HARDING RIEH2T tHo G lENT AGENT RICHMOND KV Estray flog A red sow weighing about IWjioundn came to place ncar Cedar Cliff Ford Drowiiin Creek about June U and has ulnre twinurn for by me Owner can have same tyiailing and paying charges TIULiKK8- ulyt22w f troniz 1lloaInsure ynnrdwelllnjtii birnsWil all otlirr property Jo the Dine Onus Inaurauce ipiupa ny of Lexnaon Ky n home iuMituuou Oivea protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado TbeX cheapest and most rellabtu company for the people of our county now operating In the State and gun cheaper over companyForAUnrnryJtLawlUchUlond t opposite Court House next door to titato Ilaik Trust Co second hour JIt rABTBR Pres mayMly C C BOSWOBTH Kocv s 4 i- SipPLEMmNrr d S S t til VOLUME 2t r 4 u 1 p 19 SS S SS I S s E 5 0 j S 1 SS 4S51 0S 0I DU2PT iT d g m i 2 h a cyat cJ Se oa j r S So Lawns I V1t v1JJlr I lams t J u All u r t j m e naaS SSS 5SI CUT PR WES t rILL ii I s 00I55 l m and Black Oxfords reulal e priie Sto be the sItnext TKN DAYS 015 S44t tSSe Jt I c 5 S J r SSS e- Eg f 1 w gi 55 n Q5X1 ty it 0 CCST Aiid rcnlcm Jet our OS i SS Suits ut1- 1V S tff t dt ig1tT SSS S i 1 i l1 f Ih r ir j d In Iur LOtI Take of this Re0g i ductioii Sole Os II l f d3OU wtutJ to 5 5 OS SSSS r 5 ISSS t I I s Se I es J v k 1SY I ts Ss e S 5 5 S e k 0 0 fI j 414Iswttk Iuu 4 WloittfCSk qriI rIi uU IftIrtC sIjut You o n fiuilm It at journe re freight riot fln1 it cx rtr prreaIr4 eqisRoonSfl4 tint r UUCffIUUIU1o tntutl Uerw e rr wn and r tiI r1hyoUier St more DoM ty b hI agent rpttlst 90 TlrupltH 33S75 iioor ujl udtieUJitciiarge j IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE a tI thI- prl lbS 0 l Nb la Ifld brnr M QUEEN roe rmn be mown IdllfroIbo rr pt artHe IS4e IHtni fitIt qwarttf ia qn lndsmiX dartd niamenld IilIS Ind ON n n aIIhl fflll l4rt04Iu f 41 oIn r tihw 4pS I at r rUim rritrufrrtt ACMPOlKKXar whieh rtunlT in the hlghe l frntde InvtrumrnUi lifted with 1 Cml 44 t bnl lktS fell hfretfbeilow ihe let rI htrltoek and nstjeslhr ut qrii tnrnlhed wlibi Isll Id- f errrork ralrmr nIckel JII1ed pedal frame rer s modern imprarrmrnt n rmUk ir ri MMln lkrWrf rUbd llMkMly Mktot YEARS JWtiS CIL 5 1 a Eluuet by the IMI andenndItlnnsnl taehlfanjr taut gires oiit 3 Tilf It free rrHarcc Try it one month mid will rtfnnd yonr mone you are not perfectly nrt tn othr eonranl llll K Mal 11k AT CIiCt WOXT IIEI AY UUfIRELABILITYISESTABLISHEDU vswrfte yg iIIIhnJth I 7 = r r C1 lp t j i 0 iUl I S S 0 I r Pt It Hank rCorn Eichanir Kab Dank Chlocoi or rirrman Eirhanr Itefk Xw or any railroad or erpr- mlny in Chkaen lie eaphal p 1onCIOo poup enure on the lariel lnheeS bloehr in 11IEOnd empl r nearlr s oo r ple In oar nnlMlnir WJ tltau i MI naof l IOs- ad airs evP7thInR la ITIfrat ihfrnmoata at Iweo wtnII prko Write for free clefs Jfl paino- nnl1J Ivtnnl Aklrs bees Zebk to n lbra5blf 4ltSbiSESttSl SEARS k CO lne1 Fallon Des lainu andWaan SI CHICAGO ILL j C 3 5 Ii I I J r j i 4W L3 u rik L t t f t 7lf We have civ il a tf Ite Ice aj v tH l1li1 c All of Fish ing to a catch to a Mud Cat iii Did to ill lllllf tjv tffi J h i1E iA RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY WEDNESDAY JULY 1899 SSSSSSSS THIS VIEKS Im Speowl Leaders FORGET Reduced PilcesccI ij Cho41ty1siti lnilliHbg Ircpoiis Piquojs lntctI 1Puicaes TEtltIQE goiiigitSLAUGll pft iJaBiliiiKja l1mmo1 111UMMR UNDERWEAR sI purehiisedin foS1OOiI1M1irr redtieetlq lljiJft IDp JUlli AllrSIZCS tiJ11i1 ClothiilVr complete holesitle Eruesi OClI Oii3 nPl IDll vantage jpdiiie tvMe IeswbeI1v sLvemb11ey Respectfull OWEN McKEE ssssuissSSsss wDyis OWE DOLLAR lootloftba1tUuxuwnnt IOuenfomiioleldofl 1IuatqlXUIlfUlndoblIa nltofherelebrtedalt r IltGtlRANTEED25 1nIIt1t 4thn II KENTUCKY 1tatvias5 own ROEBUCK I iE Krt 3nHJCkIlXCl jllstre rilimber Rdfnj moruums BoxeWLt4I CckrWhite- t Mountain Crwtui PixQxcVy cg kinds + TackU flioks everything 71from juSuiiJerch Channel weqvepssjyjipy thing Ai IuC ttl acii 005mm 1JIl11 t f jWeB AVO will see you hiter Cull ands e us l JVit DJ RAe ELFURD p4 OMATJf l 4 MJIN STJU1E1RJIJIUOND KY 1j Qtf r IE c DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR OVftcU- 110K a WfUlAM GOEBEL OK KKNTOX COUNTY FOR L1EtjTNitT fJO VEUNOK JC VlJKCk AM OF N tl8I1N CIUXTY J1I1ttTU JY lU ERA RJ IRFeKINItID1 OF lIOYIiK CUNTY FOR AUDITOR GUS coU1FER k1wLtvEOUTY J FOR TltKASUKKK K WHAGEK- of isoyb qUNTk Kon SKCKKTAKV rtv STAT- KcAiiiis iitKCKiXHiiK liiJI UFCI AKK COUNTY FoR CO MIBSIONKIt 01 AflUIOtHTUItK 1 N NALh OF JHKHKlfSON COUNTY FOR SUIT OF runuo INSTUCTIONJ H V McCHESNKY- OF L1VINOTON COUNTY iron ItAJLUOMI CtlMMISMONKK ol DIST COr A W HAMIIrON OF MT STK11LIXO i HC t APFOR HFIMIHSKNTATIV- Kiftlx W yrtcoM its JI I ISON tlrJr1- ANNOUNCEMENT FOil COUNTY JUDGE We arc authorized to announce JUDGE CountyJudgeparty Foil CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH aucjecttoWe arc authorized to announce C SI RAY subjecttoWe are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc aethorized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candldale for Shmiffof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff 6f Madison county subject to the actiin of the Democratic party FOR ASSESS Wears authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for A nes or of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce lAS I BAKER candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubjeCt to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of MadUon county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CH IEF OF POLICE We arc authorized to announce EVERETT BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action ot the Democratic party VOTES That Goebel Loses Can All be Counted on Your Fingers Said Senator Blackburn Be fore the Committee Eilhasiasfic Meeting of Kentucky Dem ocratic Leaders TO PREPARP TOR Tim HUSTUNQ CAM PAWN JUST AIIFAD- Hardin tnd Stone Lieutenants Declare Their Loyallyto Cbcbcl Confident Result Tho fuljowing special from Frank tort appeared in AYrdiieadaya Cincinnati Enquirer Uhilu tho Itopiililiran dUlls were gathering in Lex net on to name a can ilidnto fur iiivernor who bag won the enlnity or marlv half IIIH partys pruini nent men and the open opposition of the culmeii vottrs of the State time Democrats at Frankfurt tiok tlirfirM practical atep in tint patti which ieailx to ictory this fall The occasion was time lit at iinptiiigof the State Central and Stale Kxecntive Coniinttlees clio twii nt the meiiiorahle convention held at lounville three vwk8 ago 1he committCH ix uiunposeulof practirnl lnntXorkIng Dnniiicrata niOHtof ilnin young men anti allmen who ltv het n active IIIIonelptliill pMny work Four of tile 13 nieml era of each roiu iiittco were oarneKt aupimrloi s of Gen eral llnnlin jl are II v viiunliv cli thiiHlabtii in their Fti i nrt of Senator Goehcl tho noKiince An air of quiet entlni iiisni inarkid time ineetin x anil the niiMiibers het to Work Whim a hiibi nesslike ituifiilenco which iiroinincp n ujileudld thirty organization for tlii coining campaitrn ALL IOVE1V AHEAD The ui slat uuu in tIt Stale was pip noninid iiiierally uiumt pjiiisfaclory and tlm Ill iii mt xoiIIIi1J11ill ton WJIK lliat ihuut N teiimtii and elfrilvo woik in bring iiiit Ken tnckvV ollim 1J11II Mratiu uilajium itt One of tIme ino t entlinsiaalii nicuihers of tlm iiiimmittet Wilts lion Thomati W Simms iif iheKonrlli Dihtrirt who Wtl- SeJlJttI by Jciiural lliirdin at LoiilB ville to place hw namii before tin con vtiitlonI iittoIiihvic nn ciuhusiattic Hard in Hlinnter said Air Vitnnip I worked nnd fotijilit fur Hardin there lairtlX yqufipnfeS that ldrew on nil my reserve lunjr power in time tinhorn uhofiiK Hardin was my candidate but r I have nn fault to llml with the verdht of the niajrity Wu are iHimocrMln WoVnliiliJoll w our tuindldate 1 h llcvu that in tIe ulnillt iainpaiun I the Renlochittc put eillIave time life i oryanlzatloii it lisa over haul in Ken tirky olie that will ha Invincible an triumphant Tim party workers have t confidence ill iioetielji fpleit lilt aiiiliiiea The liliioras tlinnigh r out the Mate look upon him n hril I imit KMlW TLat jg Uf the 1stt f Ve have only to settle down in UCi party harnt and pull topeilnr Tue reriidl vi11ix an nlifiltit Democratic virtnry iiu l ihf etirnal dnleal of Ill pnblii nn ride in Keiitnckr ALL KI7ZIK Time efforts to create dissensions in the party will he entirely unavailing Ill fUt failure of the L ami N maw niettiiiir nt ikitt Jin linen in itself n riiitlivient iiitliitalion il Unit Any one With proper conception call Bee whrre the alleged anliUoehel ientilneiit arises It is directed against Uoebel in iiatne but against time platform in fact If yon will look tip the record of any man who KiiUciibcs loan antiGnebel letter printed in an L and N newhpa per yon will find that he is citlum man who hats been wroii with his thirtY r n the money question orn niau who is inlhiPiiieii or coiitrolld h y the and N railway Our district Will siioiiKer for liar lin than his own Will there Is no diw atitifaiiion there unite to nimparo with that which existed while ho iiaamzeil toldbn movement tau aliAV I know time feeling nf tho pcode iind I know Unit tIle Fourth District williMVH Goeht1 time biggest Demo cnitic niKJid hy tile lulls giVen any can diilale in eafs U II Kinxo the Executive Comniit tecuian fioin the Fourth District ex preyed the same opinion its his col league Mr Sininm awl other llardin them who were not interviewed before the moiling of the cinuniitef declared their nlhi iaiice and conlMcme in lie utiicos ot the titket during tile neelinn EASY rout PEItf- VImmpiliately after Chairman Allie Yuiuuug called the joint meeting to or der iu time Cbpitol lintel at 2io p III Colniifl Jack Chinn moved that all hut caiiilidattK and memherH of the two rommillreK he rt juesle to leave time room The honorable and imlrfiiiiu bit levy Haley was then elected Sec retary in af knowlecginenfof his per Pftntil iLott aire upon all olliica to which no salary is attm hi dh11m0 com mittee then pit down to basinets and remained illsillll nearly two hixirs lion J U S Blackburn the nominee of time Democratic State Convention IOu Senator was asked to addieys the com mlltee lie spoke at tome length preilicinc silwMfS for time ticket anil adviMinristo time met In Is by which it might be most certidnly bccnred Senator CJoehel was time next speaker and he touched upon salient points of plan of orgautzition tlwellingecpi dally upon the importance of cariymx legU lative elections in which he aniiclpa ted the must vigorous efforts of time Lat d N and other corporations would be made to defeat the Demouiatic cmi- lidates Then followed biief sperhe by nearly ail the conimitKu men and an informal ditctisMim If campaign plans Hen Iiiuith of the Kleventh District T Hedges of the Seventh and Ai lit of lIe Third niluf whom had supported Hardin or tone exprested ahsnlule coiflileiice in time results in their counties Mr Hnith said that he would not le stirpfitsed o see time Republican majority in time Kleventh District cut down onehalf CAMIMIOX UEOIXXIXd The committee decided to establish campaign headquarters in the Capitol tlotul and lo put the party lllnchinorv it otcration lit once the cllllllliJlIll- Iucllnly begin about August 13 Sena tor Ulaukburii with tIe Chairman Was rrqneiiled to piepare a rampaiun hook fur gtiieral circulation in time State The Chaiiman of time committee with time calillillHlel Will authorized lonleci a campaign commillee to i nsJKt of any number of niemtorsderme advisable Eich State Central Cnmmiltemati WHS jtisltuletuMII commiiniiate with his 1recinct I but inn ii nml picpare mrii IIIlltrllladjourned lumeet ai the rail of tin Ciiaiiliian The next hid will 10f inr t ii hum it stuck rto Afer the adjoiiriiincnt members of llio rom mitlee rin ailie l for an Imnr talking nver the nation a iih SVnalor Illark burn him S nator CiiwlMl I mull peilrrtlv NClj titCIlIid SeiiH tor lilackbnrn ihnt we wi haven mjijorily tolxj pruud of in the coining election The party Is in excellent shape and disMitisfitctum alleged in the coldhug papers has im cxistemH ill fat t I know thai t line sian no stronger Hurdin county in time Slate than my own county of Wootlfnnl and know that time DeiiHKrfltit votes JiMilnI will lose up there can be counted on your lingers Tho hat Democratic voles In t lie ittflto this year will not equal onet nth of use loss which Wild due lo limo Gull li iiHKTHtic movement Wn hnyii II pint foi m tlint is siroiig popnlnr and Diinocatic IU ho u Vandnlaie who will luke nn excellent campaign we will have a compact effective or ganizatioii and loniorro the llepnl lieaiiK will nominattra man who cannot tMiiiiiiHiid Ins parly Hiicngth Theie is nothing lo IIIrJuetl from time tc but DemiHMatic victory OSIY TIIRKK ABSESTKKS There were tliieo nliseiileis lit the nieeiin roxiH were present fur J W Piiglit ot the Sixth Dihtrict Will ir at West IJaden Springs Clem Whin n ore of the First Distrirt who misHid a tinin and C M McMcliHiii of the Socolld llistrift All other listliclh wire repieneiidl follows Slate Central Cminitteeiniiul Distriit J T hilt nf IfciVHM itoimlyi Thlnl liUtrict A H HiiHii of ligHii county Iourlh list net ThoinaM fjiniiil 01 Warhniuioii eoiiniy Fifth liistiict John W VieiImid of lsmmi file Sixth Kelltllni citt iimiiiy Kighth liistrlet Jak Chinn of Mefcir minity Ninth his trict Hanson Keliiiedy of Nicholas coutmty Tenth District Joints IfnrKi of Jtreatldll fonniy Kleveinli DittiLt IJen D Smith of Ililas i county State at LnrgehhieV Young of Moiilgi trery c unty nml S K Jonen of Karreti county State Kxeciitivo Committee First District fOil Ayres of Fulton countv Thud District U W ICo irk of Hmj ou county Fourth Distriet n KiitLO of Ohm county Fifth District Clem HuggiiiK of I minville Sixth DistVut lliilin Lao sitijr of Hoone comity Sfjvmtli Iflstrlct1Sitithi Trim blur Franklin count Eighth Dw tiiot Simeon Co kIII Shelby nitintyj NinthDistrict VA Yotinif ofWowan Gar1sIc j 5 IJ Iii J f Inst S K Disliman uf Kipx conntvK- CItnV WAS TIIKKE Time victors vert otipireesinnii Beiry Congressman Dave wilh C C Me liftitiHf Siriuififli fiirck Hill of ViiuhpKtvr John Chenanlt of Rich mond Uny Voods6n of Owensboro R lnSnler nnd tins A Wilson of louls iII W 1 Thorne of IIIIIJCIIIt- Louis Detci iilB of 1Xilljlollj G li fswitt of Jeswiniine coiiniy J It Mount of UMIiam county O II Iol haul of Jiukbon count ami J Wil llof Clnrk fotinlyl- YingreKKiiinii Berry wns anxious to intdros tilt ciiiiiinlilee He wantedto pnpise It plxn for electing Prtciiict Executive Coinniiiteeineii insietnl of8I pointing ilirin hilt the rule fxrliulitig ironi the hued nil but caiulidatCH mId rumniilttf men lefthiin no oppor tunity to do so- Ainonx the vli itt n Was one gontle mau who n H rttraiiKT to uio t of thus Kentucky H mortals lie was Alien V Clark of liiiliaiin eintarv of the Ohio Vnllfv ljigae of Ilimetnllii Ciilh and the statement wmmmde hath WHH pi Mtit asa representative oi Hon W J KiyHfi to learn tho ilitpoci tioii of time men in the new Pnnucralic r lallw1enrbets nf the committee about furnish ingrneakorx III the OIII lIt c inpnign A Popular Wcdcilnjrrip If yon want a delightful wedding tiiI whore yi II urn not likely to meet irijiniliitHiirrs tk one nf the JI C new Mi el pH ellger bteainere to tile Island of Cool ISieizes Slaterojlimand Ia hire rscrvfd thirty dtivn in xdvantt nd two eenl Klninn fur illllsliated pamphlet Adilr A A JCIIANTZ G r CPETuotr Alien inavllif KENTUCKY CROP REPORT LCONDITIONS OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK JULY 1ST 1899 Krportg rtcclvoil this inoutli from loo MiriefiHitidfiiiK represent lug 101 coun tes WHEAT Yinter heat harvest ia over and thrctjliing has hlun in many f tIme StittiK in tile winter wheat licit SIIr reporlb fn III threshers hear out predtc Ions of a kcieased and it in safe lit say total yield t1whiter wheat will fall short of ante harvest ettimates- Jprlig wheat Is from two to three weeks Lite with prospects favorable fur a lull ield on an average acreage Thresniii in thii State WHS well un der way at close nf liii moijtli The vield in lillhIII previously indicated and generally rpeiiking lesnllH aie short of expectations A few early crops tliHt escaped damage from thy anti rust aie yielding well The qiulity is Mi perior as a rule The average yield pet lucre in 82 hnfhclx For the past tlnee veals the estimate average yieid per acre wan tor 18S Ii hnsliels 187 12 hushelM ISI6Ii biuhelh- Hy ection ihenveragc yifld is for westein 7 2 bushels ieuiral 102 southaterii 7 hushels CORN rIme eumn is very uneven iu appear ame Early corn is laid hy in good coii ditioifand Mime of it is silkingand tat reling Jlidinm early corn is not so promiHing is homewhat rigged as to tHiid nnd is Ktiirering injurv from in sects Chinch hugs are tresent in a niimlier of counties hut th ilamage is cm lined lo niri fields adjacent to field of wheat There is a nniderabeaer tugs oh veiy late cotta as icsiilt of failure to secure H ttand und the planting of ahatiiliineti toharco lield to earn Cn teen ion wits retnrded arly iu scatiull but Inter was pushed vliroronsly Corn is now cetn hill the exrOMsive cultiva necesharv lo rloar It nf wcids has left it in poor condition to withstand lxclltIIIlocal stiuaers The ciilnliliuii avtraues SJt loss of otic xiiiil HI cc tile hit The nveraje iMiidillon on I hill tlale for the pant two uairpi were ISU8 iKi I8U7 87 Ibe condition by Mctions tihowaas follow fxiern h2ceuutrtl and boutlieiit Lena 81 TOBACCO Tim aireauu of tobacco is estimated at 83 per ivnlol time acreage of 18U8 A full acreage was planted but time lainagu by fiiastshoppcrs hiss mattrial ly aiTecied tint ajreiiuo Tlio deslrnc lion wiought by there inctctH lliisyear is riuinctliinn iinkiio Mi III the liitorv of tot acitI gioxving in the State Early tol acco emt4petlthatimiage but hate hut Iftl ell heveiely ninny crops being net time third time A mnj iiity gavt up after the mcolid i in Iammtl planted coin or pea Jly sm1l lull lie umeritaigi clioWK fur vctern 82 per cent of Wk seucalgut auth if Ceiiird 80 per cunt The nuutlicas orn recliun urowa ion paratively utile tohatin- Thecolnlilloit uniiiaiuil with average years is 7I The condition as of tli music for past thfee years iiss for IRKJ IKI7 08 1850 IJ2 Late set todacco is Milter inn ureatlx for lark of moisture Worms are pot1 plentiful 1I1t number of ttoun ties The condition ofr ojjiF lisa Improve fnun 82oii June In toS5lulv NIIIIM now pmmisiHM food leash perauie The straw iit shuuru hut dead lime lenuli smut atli fllII- 11tIIIIhI 1I1Ir1 14f1l11fwhlt IrllH byt eat itmr t he lirIit at lt UII Ilion uitlt KeiHK yean which S Kjims higher Iltaulh itt ci W fir be pa t Iiflft year The iiiiinlxT 01 aereK of clover emit ciimpMicd wiilf 185W in HilIto qlaii y m alfeclcd by tin presence nn tisiial umoiiiit of white hlosHHi With excepiion oriiuiC dainauo ny r tin to till cut clover IL was NIe111I gOIKl Utlldllioll Timothy nuniloVM urn in HKir onnli liiiii fllletl it lththite blossom wild oilier weml- miaSiUmes art beuiniiiii to Buffer from iliy Veather lnl time cotidiilon ts now 58 an compjired whim iuverago veain Fruit projierltt liavn dis lluei the wir on advanced lea mute rtlll a lair per cent of fruit remaining Ap ples have drojiped Imtlly amid the out look at present in for half crop Ivtrly ippletnmriM3 hut inferior in jtaliiy- Tliir rll tt Mild lilaeUitrneKKftuinH In yield nail Very ferioF in iiittiii JUCXAU IOOKIJ Cowwf1tiini t ftkluWtU trp q J Time For all Things Mr S Neville Jlolxrley pmpiietnrtif l e jrwt Furniture EmpiHiini beaiiii iiu iiiime has done bo well this real that lie dislikes cvtii l ChuRl one discord in the harmonv of iood times at his sore Hut lit tinS tome inlitain imill ac unts that he vrotid greatly be pleased to collect and asks in to re inmd his patrnnsthat the 1st of J tile eiilfng time is a Ihlnp of the recent jjabt You know the rest GOSSIP FROM ESTILL A ADln Voodford Sun EsTikii BiKts July 8111C1I1I unit under the inanajuineiit if Will rhomax Ktlill iSpriniijs is destined to ne restored to its prietine glory Mmk ill the fifties it was not only Ken tuckyn lIIot popular utah elegant resort out hind the patronage of many ii ealtli people fiom tile far botitli Such men as Henry tliy Uiel ill seek rest ami recreation beneath the ipre ullng Uiancbes of its magnificent ullkIIlId time lieatny and tushion of tlio south glided over time glisteniiig flour of its big ballroom Alter such it beginnim it PnlFereil partial tclipse which lasted many de culia Dnriiig Cnpt Thomas owner ship it unit steadily improved bin there was milch to do lo hrinu it lo iiiodurn requirements This year Air Will K Thomas as sUllied its management and being full Of enciuy very much in love titim tieI tuhmeI willing to spend money on i wily and hIm execmivu he has done time work of years III a few months did hiss brought u to a point uliere it can Safely be pionotinced the flnebt tiiiuuier icsort in this State a a a e A good sized force wax put on thi jiouidc walks mid IIhIhltl prmx and the place loikb llkH a beaillifur pilk It is dolled with rnslieseiitsHlid swings in shady places time pilgrim lo the iton spring liuds a charming rustic Miminef house built over time spring wheie 1m can rent between drinks Around the hotel building the landscape gardener is very much in evidence a S A lot of blgltnrcellllIlll1ool lialh tnlw with hut and cold water handsnine iiathrooms finished in ah are a most Ihltlatllesabout the place has been put iu perfect order Neatness is tile keynote ami your bed looks so snowy you can Intrd- y bear lo muss it up by getting into it S lint the greatest improvement is in time food and the ser ice wlijch Is mite tiinaLtuilmtof h nrt IIIiJflUIIT- he rare is siinpledeliclous splendidly cooked blllllalitalldhIIIIIUIl variety 1 have paul per dayiati Imlels wheie the table could not compare lo this Without meaning to ivitlihofi Horn the Esill Springs of recent years its mine inceil of praiee I must say that this is a hew Estihi this year and you cannot toni any idea of how delighted it is taiuleims you try itIThe afternoon 1 came I met at the sulphur spring a stout jolly and cour coils at rangerf with whom I hind quite a chat 1 liked him very much indeed Several afternoons later Mr Crensey owner of the Covliigton Common wealth maid the executive head of II K liiigdon l Co time Blue Grass Grocery folks naked me to ao iuin town with him and call on Judge Hedwine whose court is in session tiers I assented and WtHlLlIstllir to get mv taut Cumin down tliasey called to liltthIc is J ulilge Kedwine now I veiit foi waid and imagine mr surprise a lieu folnd that Iloe hold luifcanetr of H c nuiiviUuconveliliiniiind the uuknoxtn of the sulphur spiingueie one and the BHUIH 111IIIIIIItIIlllla1 several indues of tenpins lOgellur ami told him I iiind not tel over his looking so gent He tells iiui bi h Louis ville alfair was alinoai liua Y M C A UIIClllilI and that I havu xn ui ire misapprehension of il 1 lannot puzzle il hUt biMueen his version and lilY idea ur time matter but anylioxv am ready to make Hill lavtt that he is a most charming follow a it Another extremely agreeable gentle men have met here is JmljivHcrn- do hf Lancaster ho is weting as Special Judge in a certaincase lie is a delightful siorytellCr and lisa an UL uetullv winning persimality Oieen Clav the father of GcnCafnlus M Cluy iiiicu owned the land which the Springs nov occupy and a gentle man fiiiin Itlciimond lenS tellingmea CluyIt emL Ire s top crllwleclIon a him and time treeaiut fell tothe ground with iu It IIlllut kill him though it ought to have done so Bald my in 0 rill II Ill a PERSONAl N ClTts J huge Hnrnbam of the Cotirlnf Ati peals came ortlilt saute day I did and stayed set erath ditvs Iliad a long and pltnsaiurulist with him oje even quiudiutdIAnollier bright Ticlniioiid hmwvtr vlii hut been lucre la I bit John ISe- Kuit jn 111111IIr Ixingtonij Ihrt most eieii lie man we line at the SpringF UH eliinlw mountain hulss npiiif itiincis wllhlilt t itlI11 niHkM himself agreeable to evei hl dy by his courteous tiers lutilivs a splendid haul here tndfreUhi charges This ttort ii size 5L sTash liXxilin wptituai miul Jrom Mtpi Ilron txtr ttm Buei t llulnir and irmuv iarire oa shaif tlDJJaed tlVelt door handsome- ulieheiplated otnanmenttlbna and tt1mmn1fO SlUt tarys deep gauinu BlsaSlb psl1 Used oanir wtd tone ittUe orn m nteH mt mM barmy as sad wirfurnltli rtWL PIta wo rnit maklnff U a per leit md raU 1555 tDl5fi SVASISTES wit- hme ate rcdllyer1o7roJlroad elatIon You local dJ w9oth rharra you for such ton be fmvigt only 051 lot ilIEAIMItOEaUCIoo5I5t44 V4s mSi iSii-iiiii f I ZARIN Inlt2tl Will store your wheat fur half lhti dutiurp oi no cbarje II wheat de clines or he will store it lit tt Tow monthly rale By Special Request Dr Goldstein Has De1 cided la Remain Until Saturday it ia mv specialty lo lit glasses in such a manner that lUcy relieve tile eyes rain perfectly fitting tIle eye with spectacle tliat you call dea with ease eyettmt Mild mis nnproVeifrmethods and iu nlinmenlK aie nse- Iliysieians fspedallj aVo invited to call unit investigati my methods of coi reeling errors of tefriuctiun Mammy cassesol headache neuralgia nervous nets irritability iilsoiiiina vertigo nervous prostration and the Keemilig siupitlly of children ate often due to elective vision caused Iv an abnor mal ciirvaluru of the ttrllllI or crys talline Ien or to an irrejiularitv of the reuinct bag media of the eye iiI are relieveil at once IIIMIII application of the proper yliisses Ninety per cent ol time people over 4J years of ageneed glasses andr 0per cent of the JO need them for distance Ul uses are not always given lo im prove eyesight lint to relieve undue rains iu short to assist nature Thou ellllorsnlikc and one out of3 Astigmatism nence time necessity of testing eye epuralely Special attention is given Iii any im quality that may exist be ween till refraeiion of time eye Optical science hits made rapid ml yances vilhiiii lllo last few yearn tIme beIlIIefan who thoroughly nnderstaiK8 his nijuistlihiftieatlug will it most tlclfcate and pre cions oigan wheie time slightest error iiiiiy result HeriitiKli whil if he dots his work weld he not1 Only gives com tilt antI else U hut pullout hut in many instunces restores sight Infa11Ililllth lticlrimpoitrnt hilt tIme lenses should be ac Ciirntcly centered and of the best quail ty anti thV frames so iiiiide Wearer looks directly tlirtJngh time cell ler lilassef nicely tiultl tOllseractIhecOlneUII ornament as necessity Fining clnllren with spectacles a specially Liirontg till not neglect your child drenj CC s Difficult cases solicited All questions III regard to the eyes cbcefully answered CONSlITATION ANn EXAMINATION hours from 10 a am 10 p mat Ulyndon parlors Kichiiiond Ky STILL SPRINGS1 White Sulphur aid Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN JijNB ht T ij BER ht On the It N I fcli Hailroad and the Kentucky Uiver in the midst of Monnlaiim and Koiiiantic Scenery The Whim Sulphur Is specific for skin and kidney troubles tel IIIIIlIclll imtures tunic Hot Sulphur IJiUhs in the hones ffKor lurtber particulars address ti J M Tnom s rrD 3r1 roay3l4m IRVINE KY SOUTHERi RfllLWfly IX ICE TU KY i Schedule In effect line 11 189U 201LAr SheihyvillcPttam rt3pm lUCpi PJPpiArAr Lexington ItaBam Tupniliaxiiib WSTDOUNI No 6 Nat Xo4uLv Lciinirton auam liSpm atia Ar Wraallles 3aam cPm 53Ta rwalArAr LuUl rille KXKkirol 7apmXai EASTIIOCNK WCSJUODK- UKoLtliKn jt IITATJOKRINo lilNo 7Xpmtla4oam6Dpm712pm tanamArlliirodHbKlv I3Jm 73a7kIpm lU5tpmAr lturglp LvllSrm 7iuai- AsTamoUat wrSTD0UND No lV lNa 7i TATI iNa lfi NoJ 7llpi5DpmUi11tIpm1tlllk1mAr tUXTUOUNIlL WESTnOUNDL lKalrKO S1 RTATS0N51tt RHNO uimlsPIIII2amlltrllpIDjLv au5tmlaUiplu LJLvfNo 7ipu Ar Lixlngion ia4JarnilUJCip 7ltlpmlIaiAIAllhlllIIol Ar SatannabMimiA-rJnclC onvlllct ii ii Pcoau Ar i Imttancogq IOJmjG511 Ar 1lunll1f P1ArLa timutunnooga Gilat pmlllnllMTrains Noc I 2 5 ttnrt 6 between bonUvtn J111Cara witIsitrfecrnsonville lhecuetia1eepindebtwjo at trXfp jtl tbrenli Pullman Vtcepci heil1CoIaLacesMUallycn Fp SuDtlay Other trains fully A Wiueppl ITA STS flPT PTA KaShssa ttttILMJ l Wnhl In WusKtmnotrD rtHKG W ETaW5AOPA l 1II K t Jjc = 11111 i t td ejIVt d ii- Ji 8 41 SUPPLEMENT e l I lItsho tho Pram Iho YouftEcl- Iho O1 t Jti1 Ir Ike Morris Chair is a tails 1J1iiier of Chairs is conipleteH j the htindsoraest ever 115Vplayed this side of Louis vilkv Frostnipped and allV t shriveled up are the prices tb We keep all grades of Chairs v but the lowest quality starts at goes up i jiiti lm DJ1II DID fuwjil DDIPtJB 4 1 t 1 a 4im Not their soiling price and 1 it is an acknowledged fact 1hi that DIY line of Furniture r Chairs etc have stood the lest Entering upon pros peril y is easy If you only 4 have the key Here it is SI NEVILLE MOBERLEY 220222 W Main Street DAY PHONE S3 RICHMOND KYNGHT PHONE 23 lBEAU ONT COLLECErHARRODSSURG r i String lu4c Ilr tinr firatl Roy Cot of Slnulf Jlinp Snprrh lrnntaer ia Art nnd in ElHuIii ff Ornuniln n acr iiMnrjwnl In Anirri fur iamty ll lnH nt l r repretl mnr han Ilrfinrillionir Nunilwr Itmitwl Tmiw rea TU SMITH Pun Aluminnnof UniT ot Is SEND ONE DOLLAR f51UitTstalEriIFECtLT sansracToay IS KIPBI9MTIO IQC1L TlUTiumitATieo ou HxSJ LhICAIN tpsi uafrrttM ani OUR SPECIAL PRICES389Oand freight cbargn let the tun acnt with order HCHlAMlinia TOP BUGGY1t YLCTOEVil miUrlal than most Esdytuz4Solid 14 IrrUft u iUutrated or Brenler Dir rrkrtli Hlffh Grade Screwed Rim Sarren Patent it ounce Daily lltarllj Lined fall side and back cnrtalni r lilltCa rteed equal to any bmrfTwork Body black Geir darn green NUMBER 7 II goodaucl onaHe Rubber S389OISBMSrCULrllCEf rU l aWMi n Inti fn aal ilPsa nMwrM daiilm 4ta ru TfAt wlllailaliretlcie r rB cTlnali7lViwmirOB rRniBTCOT CATOOStnt rOU ThU llln OUR BaOOIEa ORDBR ONE TODAY YOU CAN 8ETI IT roR jeaOO DON5 SJUtU J Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICACO ILL a prVfim A Treatment That Cures Cancer No Plaster No Paste No Cutting No SuUering No Detention From Bnsinsss No Danger No Failures and No Pay Unless Cured The SnrueoiiV knife mill biirniiiir jilMHf n mi the horrible crmle hid IuuI llerilnforo etnil nttelnpt tsp elIot ennc r hits lie ii forever ilisphtceil liy tile tlvent i Or UeiiiKterri NrW Sruiii Jinil Anteeptii llnil heath iiumt Thin discovery works a mot era iirniHlicjil Mi MUT auud Hiiir rein Innu Ciiiur IiimrH Uict rK Tnniiirrt tiiitroaliil IlHtuIn fiin cerliiinly ie cured without tne lout rihe inrinre attending thh ijiinck iuii1 iiioiHiit nieili ln in vipnj fur o iftiiury t ver tiny welitlelln riucawitlniit n luilinv in the eviilenci to prove tue merit nf t lUiniiwirtiuit liiidiciil ilfHCovery This new ircHinieut in limo result of a ilnr I nurii rcienini btuilytif junllgimnt uliscuues mul is luuxnl on time mod lijjiil niuii 4Uli iirinclplnj FEMALE DISEASES I lIe Ecaister hnldri ulil inedalx frniii Icailn nntlicil cnllrKrs fur prilinieiny in UrMe f xvolntn ninl f the past ten vu IH has cuiilineil his nractice tn frIniitle iiitfcitstri ilif lN iVerien of recent ilulf for the euro of nialiinint ilismses I isiln to time orient incieiise of caneer of the womb Pliil loinalo breast A woll eijuii Htl fiiiiiMriiini is einpluyed by him at hiJil Court street where his vnlitn iniieit ueviiteii Ui feinttle rullVr rs mil luiljgiinnt diseases If EUlFtrinj from niy ilWmwiiettiilirir lo woinun nr any manner of iuilhnitnt growth or sure I NViitf u full Km iiiieiseKtHtenieiit nf your cause and get an honest expert opinion hitie nted cJun be inailc ill bumc Addrew Dv T t 100 l ouit Street Memphis Tenn JPWALIMIUH 1oidaHavana j 1Solid trains finest In thi South Cincinnati to Jcsonl1dI1y vLit Queen and Crescent and fa connecting lines Through connections to Tampa K MIx11 or tcw C witi ft mcr Service L- to flassai Key VIct havana Santio id San ui Low mt3 round teip tickets T s Train Service U per jv fxtia detail Fast schtC R j Li 3 hours to JadsouSS- viie 54 houri i Cinclnrfati i j Iaana J GJ4 Vtnttnt QUEEN C r I JMIRICRMQU IAZ CVT 12 34mm J 1 I- ri vi TvI- Prtshowswoh c u t I I1tI HINTS FoR THEH6iil Point About Polished Furniture Wall Paper LannilerlnBlaee- Curtalim Etc i CleanIng Polished Furniture Spread i parafline oil on the soiled woodwork isand let it stand for an hour or more to soften the dirt then wash with soap nnd warm water nnd wipe dry Next rubona mixture of parafiine oil and tur j pcntine onethird turpentine and two thirds parnfllnc oil Polish with soft old flannel Lt it rest for nn hour or- two then polish with old linen If the surfaccisvery dull dirty and scratched instead of washing with soap nod wnter addmore oil and sprlnklepow gentlJItiou and then with the grain of the wood When the surface is smooth and bright wipe olr thc rottenstone and fin ish as you would after washing with the soap and water Wall Paper The present style in wall papers is varied hilt most of the de signs are floral Cartridge paper is not used so much as formerly in private houses because it has become so com mon through use in public buildings Beautiful papers to imitate raw silks and crepons take the plilce of cartridge IIJlIlleIs They lOst 50 cents a roll All kinds of fabrics are imitated in wall pa pers cretonne chintz burlap satin silk etcand the cost is anywhere 0r from ten cents tolOn roll One IhOlld 4 make a careful study of nil the furni ture and coloring to be used in a room before deciding upon a paper for the wall What is beautiful in the store may be unsatisfactory when used with I J other things The simpler the design and the more neutral the colors thc I 7 safer will one be in buying the paper I jjThewarm tones are the yellows anti reds the cool ones are the sea greens blues and violets A plain sagegreen paper would harmonize with a sage green carpet on which are strewn roses To Launder Lace Curtains Shake all the dust from the curtains and then soak them Oer night iii plenty of cold water In the morning rinse them out of several waters before putting them into suds Next put them Into hot suds and wash them by sopping and squeez lug Wash in a second xudstlien put them into a tub of boiling water After an hour rinse thoroughly If you wish to have them very white slightly blue the last water but if an old look is de sired have the water slightly colored with black ten Dry them in tin open air then put them through thin starch Anti also through the wringer If you have frames put the curtains in them but if you have not tacksome old sheets on the hoar nnd pin the curtains on them being enrefnl to pull st might and have each point drawn out anti pinned down Two pcixiiiH are almost neecs snry for this part of the work as upon the careful stDtehiiig and pinning dc pend the perfect hanging and finished look of the curtains Two or three cur tains may be placed together Two days time Is required to dry them when they are doubled in his manner A Garden fur Flavors Why not plant n little garden fur flavors One of the most surprising things in visiting su burlmn and country houses is to find how few housekeepers think it worth while to cultivate a few herbs and veg etables for use in flavoring Yet few things will better repay thlist mill trouble For n dollar one may buy enough seeds roots and bulbs to stock such n garden Here is nil outline of how it limy IK done Have two or three narrow beds with the earth well worked Plant in short narrow rows but leaving ample spare between each rowthyniesage summer savory sweet mnrjornm parsley and celery Plant in n small lied early white onions the seed small white onions till bulbs chives roots and have a small bed of orange carrots Sow in theshadeabout every two weeks small rows of chervil Plant III a wellprotected rather dry place one or two roots of tarragon nnd jilant also a small row of mint Soak the jHirsley seeil for three or fourhours in cold water Small packages of seed cost only five cents t A package of chive root costs 15 cents small roots of tar riifjon2i cents In a future issue shall flaormglLlillll FAMILY GOVERNMENT The llnnncr of Il elillne lion Much let Dii ivllli lite Coniluel Chllilren j It is not all in the child by any mUlln With the majority of children there is a natural impulse toward that form of independence which brings the child into conflict with the parental ills largelyjJ jlioine the word of the mother ex vreedvitit kindness but firmness is the accepted mill respected law of the child In another few are the minutes which pass unpunctuatcd by reproofs threats scolding in none of which has love or dignity a share The threats fall on callous cars for long experience hsshown the chili that they are mere words As is well said ha recent writer Everything has been said u matter of custom without any inten lion of carrying out the threats In blend the child has received endless tenuous upon his disobedience and ob stinacy The recriminations the reproaches last so long that the small- offender gets irritated with the ever lacting scoldings nnd the parents on their side lose what little authority they have in continual nngging nail faultfinding Soon olhorinciilents pre t sent themselves to be followed by fresh disobediences and a still longer dIg course there is never n moment of respite for anybody Ah if tin child does not become enraged it is because he is thinking of something quite dif ferent when one is finding fault with hlmGood Housekeeping PrcaervliiK AiparnKu Peel anti cut the asparagus in even lengths wash land fit them neatly in quart jIrs Mix together salt nnd wa ter allowing two ounces salt to four quarts cold water stir till dissolved Fill the jars to overflowing with lbs salted water Close the jars wrap each one In a cloth Put either hay paper or in the bottom of a large boiler t3iitiitlie jars and fill the kettle with cold water place over the fire to heat gradually and boil 20 minutes Then remove the jars open each one a sec ond close quickly return them to the watcrbath and boil two hours and a half Itcriiove when cold see that each is then set them in a cool placerjirooklyn Eagle trnwterry Friltertu Mako a light batter of the yolks of three eggs beaten four tablespoon filII ofmlka piece of butter the size of n vnlnnt nnrTn little fciiit one teal spoonful of bnklnJ powder and one scnnt cupful of fioitr sifted together thetdlQptW8a time taking out nt once in a large spoonful and fry quickly in boiling fat Ij When a nice brown on both sides serve i at once dusted with powdered sugar or serve with strawberry sirup Good Housekeeping Shepherd IllPlace in alternate layers in a pie dish potltoesleiningseasoning and enough stock to moisten liourIliihndehphlaPCCSL IlrTlsril Version Palmer Coyne Put not your trust in riches t JntrullllJ t i i J t PFlfpt flllr August If1J f I it w j- ru r KRSONAL ANDMTBIURY The wife of Gen R S Otis mmnnd er of the army in the Philippines is the daughter of a soldier andJGenXOtis laid BJege Jlo her heafornontlfbefqres- he capitulated A lifesize statue of Thomas Hughes the author of Tom Drowns School- Days is to be erected at Rugby the money for the work having been mainly contributed by old Itugblans The artist is Thomas Beck IL A Samuel H Thompson of the Missouri racifieiLihe oldextxaihipartiehiiig passenger agent in the country He Is- h2 yara o and linn been withthe Ifs noun Pacific for 36 years during which time1 he ha tratelc l l44000 mile Israel Xangwill says he once overheard some Jews discussing him lies not clever saul one He is one of us and knows all about us Of course he can write us But theres Bcsant Jlea written a book about us anti doesnt know us at all Thats what I call clever Oliver P Hubbard of New York has celebrated his ninetieth birthday lIe graduated at Yale in 1828 and is the sole survivor of ida class Ills wife was the second daughter of the elder Prof Silliman lIe filled the chair of chem Istry mineralogy anti geology in Dart mouth college from 1S2C to 1866 Dinah Mullock Cralk the author of- John Halifax Gentleman ji said to have hail the habit of leaving at her bank the manuscript of each of her stories as soon as she had finished it She would allow a long interval to elapse and thenshe would send for it to see how the story affected her If Jt pleased her she would send it off to the publishers and if not it would be rewritten or destroyed The Paris Gaulols recently published n symposium of opinion of British authors as to the French writers most characteristic of the genius of France Mr Meredith votes for Montaigne Mo Here La Bruycre Kenan and Racine Andrew Lang includes Victor lingo Dumas Pere antI Balzac Justin McCarthy proclaims Montaigne Pascal MoB ere Voltaire Rousseau and lingo Sir Charles Dike mentions the tragedies of Racine LIFE IN OTHER WOJjLtDS Some Scientific Facts to Consider In Siiecnlailon on Tbli Snlifect Concerning the existence of life elsewhere in the universe it is to be remem jtioHbe taken with greatcauttoiv as the index of the presence or substance of liv rIng things The protoplasm of resting seeds may withstand the cold of liquid air nearly tOO degrees centigrade below the freezing point or more than 300 degrees below zero Fahrenheit These seeds and spores of bacteria live and grow after being subjected to a tem perature of 125 degrees centigrade or nearly 2GO degrees above zero Fahren helt It Is thus to be seen that terres trial protoplasmis capable of anad just ment ton rango of temperature of 323 degrees centigrade or nearly de grees Fahrenheit In view of these facts it would be extremely rash to say that complex masses of matter con ttituting a protoplasm might not exist at temperatures above and below those of the earth The range of endurance would depend upon the liquids enter ing into the composition of the living matter in question The extremes of temperature given above were pro duced artificially of course With the exception of the heats of volcanoes thermal springs and lighhiirig flashes they are not produced on the earths surface and plants have had no oppor tunity of acquiring special adaptations toward the endurance of such extremes A temperature equal to that of the sun where the elements are more or less separated into layers and where the molecular velocity is very great wouTd form an absolute upper limit to life though the actual limit would be far be Ipw this point Absolute zero or 273 degrees centigrade below the freezing point would form a lower limit though periodic recurrences of this temperature would by no means form n barrier to life The presence of nn atmosphere even intermittently is not necessary to life The respiratory or disintegrating agent might be present in the substratum or nutritive medium Among terrestrial organisms the an aerobic bacteria are instances of plants which not only do not need an atmosphere but actually perish in its presence or in ont of its constituents and live deeply immersed in the bodies of other plants or of animals with which their presence is always associated The absence of a permanent gaseous envelope or fluid medium would render impossible the development of any but fixed forms attached flrjnly in place like typical plants Such conditions would be eminently unsuitable for lo comotor organisms rcserabllnganlmaU although such types might exist by means of special adaptations for storing the respiratory agent Forum WAGES IN PHILIPPINES The Average Earnings of Working DollarASamuel W Belfordirt an article en titled Material Problems in the Philippine Islands imparts suchrinforma tlon of the wages paid for labor in Ma nun and of the conditions one must keepAmeriennwish to take their labor to that market it must be sold as cheaply as the labor of their competitors says MrBelford ns they wilt receive no larger wages be cause the Philippine islands are a pos session of the United States The best skilled labor at Manila receives the equivalent to 15 per month in gold while the average earnings of the work- Ing classes will rjot equal four dollars per month in gold out of which pro vision must be made for the support of ones family The best clerical labor such as accountants cashiers book keepers and the employes of the larger houses receive from 30 to 00 per month ia goldr The small number of Europeans excepting the Spanish who are engaged in business in the Philip pines are either the proprietors or responsible managers of established firms The total absence of European and American laborers In the orient says Mr Belford is a suflicientdemon stratlon that their employment is not needed It is quite true that the cost of living is merely nominal in compari son with the cost in the United States but even if one should save ones entire income it would senreel amount cbiripetcnce It Is nnlstaketolmiulge the supposition that the Filipinos are uncouth savages incapable of perform whig skilled labor that requires the ex populationlivingcities has attained a surprising degree of cfvilfation anti the workmen of this class produce an Infinite vnriey of 1w tides of their own manufacture that would be creditable to n more enlight ened country They are in my judgment superior to Hie same daises in Cuba Porto Rico anti Hawaii and pos sess in a great measure the cleverness nt imitation of the Japanese whom they resemble in physical appearance and in the similarity of many customs Review of Reviews A Straime Cae My wife surprised me last night How was that Wes were ata card party and she having won the highest number of games was given the privilege of choosing from among therprlzes Year S Well after she had decided Bh wasnisorrvfihe clldniptcic out ORe of 4l UK lIIsI ItW Street Fair rrer WerfffiorBtej J j t R i t J f A WITAND WISD04L 4 i 38 Venison you 201V is deer at any p Golden if Then you hear fools abused take romtWf itfyourself Xtahison Globe J Strange when h is so easy to run up a bill that it should be so hard to foot ltL A W Bulletin TIle only way we can stand our troubles is to know of somebody who pecra o A man likes to be called a brick but referto liimiiRolunniof common clay and he will get madChlcago Dally New r hoIbut he was irresistible SIte found him at the bargain counter Philadelphia Bulletin First Tramp They ses pore old Bill Is dyin Ms breath is labored Second Ditto Then ell done for Bill could never live if any part of im was lnhorlnJndy YeslInid Mrs Ncxdore asa con scientious woman I always feel 1 am bound to love my neighbor as myself When they are so downright mean that I just cant do it I move tosomc other neighborhood Chicago Tribune Young Mr Justwed My darling why ore you crying Young trsJus- twldI have just readhere boohoo that all the worldloves dlover Harry swear to me that you do not reciprocate their horrid affections Phila delphia North American TRAPS AT THE BARGE OFFICE A Few Kxnmiileii of the lllnlit In lieetlun Kxerelned Over Iiniilgrnnt The rigid inspection at the barge of flee of foreign immigrants is applied with equal severity to those who after a brief visit to their own country re turn to that of their adoption A young English girl who came here with her parents ten years ago made a visit to England last autumn On her return a few days ago site was examined with the same closeness as if site were a newcomer Time first inspector who took her in hand endeavored to confuse her In regard to localities on Long Island near where she lived There nfe eight or ten lace factories at Patchogue he asked There was only one she said when I left America lint they may have built the awayEastport s from your Isnt it he continued It was only four unless it has been moved since 1 went away nnd so on with questions of that character until the first official wns apparently satis fied anti site was told to moveon While waiting for the person who was to meet her she was approached by a simplelooking fellow an inspeetor in citizens clothes I am going to Long Island he said Will you tell me if Im to take the cars at the Grand Central station Not unless theyve moved it to the foot of Thirtyfourth street she said Thus was conclusive and the girl was allowed to go Among the fellow passengers of this girl was an old Irish woman 84 years of age who has lived in Sullivan county X Y for the last years For the last eight or ten sea goingtopresentedhersaid to her What line of steamers QO you take for Sullivan county Steamers lsit Igo s by rail countyhow40 dig me pertaties How is that Shure I plant me pertaties on a bit of land of me own in Oireland in the spring before I comes to Amerikyt and I goes back in the autumn and I digs em Then they dont raise potatoes in Sullivan county Include do they I plants pertaties eamesbackfromem before I goes back to the ould sod in the autumn This was satisfactory anti the old woman was allowed to goN Y Sun WOLVES ARE A PEST Ther Hare Deconte a tlensi ee In Canada So Ilnpldlr Do Ther Inerenie v Reports from the woods of Canada is that the number of wolves is alarm inglon the increase The most common variety in this country is the great gray wolf and its reappearance in the lumber districts of the upper Ottawa has created a great deal of alarm among sparseInhabitedwolves have been destroyed by poison and the skins and heads of several hnTe- been brought to the city The only common poison found strong enough to kill them is strychnine Aconite atro pine and corrosive sublimate have all proved ineffective About two grains of strychnine is mixed with a little tal low forming a small ball and covered with a coating of grease This is left with a portion ofa deers carcass or something of that kind Various reasons are given for the present increase in the number of wolves One is unV doubtedly the abolition of the bounty on their heads pajd some time ago by the Canadian government In time Yukon where they are just now a source of great annoyance to miners the ferocious beasts have been driven to follow the miners nearer to their camps than heretofore by the de crease In the number of moose and cari l oiu which flee befngkillCtl off by the newcomers thus deprivingthe yvolves of their customary food So dangerous have they become in the Klondike that the government of Canada is now cm ploying a part of its northwest mount cd police force in poisoning them In other parts of the country it is said to be the abundance of game that is answerable for the recent swarms of wolves in the neighborhood civiliza tion The red deer of which the wolves arc particularly fond and which fall an easy prey when overtaken by them have multiplied exceedingly all over the province of Quebec within the last year or two so that in many parts of the country they have become a positive Injury to farmers by feeding upon their crops This doubtless had much to do with the augmentation of their own veryfrequcittlyand unless they are destroyed will not take long to deplete the country of game It is a wellknown fact that much of the suffering and distress of the Montagnais Indians of Canada in the interior of Labrador and of the con sequent decrease in their number has wroughtbywhich they feed Chicago Chronicle He l l lnM Get That Far The J udge Now then my good man please be explicit At what point did you enter the altercation Witness I didnt git into the alter cation I had only got as far IS the anteroom when tInt rednosed feller over hairCbICllgoTlmesllemld A Quiet Entrance Husband What did you think when you heard the chandelier fall in the nightWifeI thought yon had been de tamed on business again and were gting upstairs as quietly as you could Cthcitnatl EnqihirerSnhteth How did you like my redition of the oration on the death of Caesar Great Enough to incite mobr PI1UadelphIaortJimerlC1D RIcbroond Fjjir AofUf t h 3 31 4 f v i t oJiay i 4 i 111 ANECDOTESajThe Noted Explorer Illafltratef the f Icnorane bout Africa Tueflly t Years ABO 5 It IS 21 years since Henry M StanteyL celebrated book Through time Dark Continent was printed It tod the thrilling story of his journey through Africa in which he made his boat sur vey of Victoria Nyanza and followed flie Congo Train SIts upVerrfolerfJo the sea A nen edltio tt of book about to appear and Stanley has written a Tong prefaceforitinwbielmbeethmoLthejemarkable place in time regions described the book He has sent the preface to the jcographer Wauters of Brussels and the first installment of it has njipcaretl in Le Mouvement Geographi iue in ad vance of the appearance of time book A few extracts from this part of the pre face are reproduced here Obviously Mr Stanleys exact language cannot be given as the extracts arc translated from the French As a striking instinccof the general indifference in Great Britain to all I had written about A Inca ill tIme year 1878 when his book appeared I remember an interview between two members ot the council of the Royal Geographical society and myself Time gentlemen were calling on me nUll one of them observing my manuscript map of the Congo hanging on the wall and the an notation I had made along the rivers course turned to me with the remark How long do you think it will be before a white man sees Stanley falls again Perhaps two or three years Ire plied Two or three years he exclaimed Why I expected to hear you say 50 years nt least Fifty years said I am ready to wager that witlTinCO years there will be no part of the continent a hundred miles square that will not have been cx plored I accept the wager antI will make the sum 50 if agreeable to you said my caller The bet was made the 20 years have at last expired and though do not pre tend to say that I have won the bet I do assert that my prediction has been completely confirmed by the facts The same year Sir Rutherford Al cock president of the Royal Geograpld eat society remarked in his annual ad dress that I had expressed the opinion to him that If sufficient money were ex pendcd Africa would not only be explored but also pacified anti civilized I did not think there was anything sur lriingln the statement but Sir Ruther ford must have thought il worthy of reproduction or he would not have men tioned it I speak of the matter only to show the prevailing ignorance in all circles at that time of matters relating S to years later T was introduced by a canon of Westminster to a well known bishop anti as I was talking to him about the Congo he smilingly remarked This is all very interesting but to tell time truth I do not know that 1 should be able to find the Congo on the snap You may imagine my surprise All the newspapers of the country had been printing every day for a year news of one sort or another about the Berlin conference nail its results and I cer tainly supposed that a prince of the church would know something about it hut his indifference to the large events greatthatthe CongoiN Y Sun MICROBES OF MALARIA Vhnt Passe for 4he Deaillr Ilnelllun llni Jut Siren Kxlilulled In London Somewhat conflicting notions are still entertained by those who have in vestigated time cause of malaria as to the genuineness of the alleged microbes which are associated with the disor specificdecaying matter would be thrown out into the air when the earth was ills turbed by excavation and from shal low water into which sewage drained This mischievous agent was not for organismHutthey hare identified a bacillus which causes malarial troubles and two or three experts have found these forms of life in great abundance in mos SurgeonMajorled to suggest that the mosquito is largely responsible for the dissemina tion of malaria Two criticisms have been made of the microbe theory It is asserted by Dr Laurie of India that the objects seen by Ross Manson anti others are not parasites but products of u diseased spleen Again it is alleged that ma lana abounds in parts of Italy where the mosquito is never seen The latter mosquitohowever istence of a malarial microbe Fresh attention is drawn to the mat ter by a series of exhibits at the latest convcrsazoine of the Royal society in London In corroboration of thlviews Dr Manson antI Surgeon Major Ross showed a number of specimens of the parasite under the microscope The def lopmcnt of the creature was illus trated by showing it in different parts of the mosquito successively It was titus traced all the way to the insects poison gland and thence down his or her proboscis It is only the female mosquito naturalists tell us that bites Surgeon Major Ross is of the opinion that the mosquito capable of carrying this contagion is of a peculiar species and that its extinction may be looked for at no distant date Of course this display at the Royal societys meeting does not settle the controversy definIte- ly But the circumstance is deserving of noticeX Y Tribune A Genlni In Prlion There arc a number of in amongtilemiswho in 1894 was sentenced to a term ofnineyears anti five months The discovery of this genius was an accident and is interesting Several years ago there was a fire in the prison anti a ma chine used for picking hair was almost totally destroyed The machine was of complicated design and was made fireihetlebrisnothing more was thought ofit One morning Howard asked Col Sage if he would like to have the picking ma chine repaired He saul that although not acquainted with the work he felt sure that he could reconstruct the ma chine Permission was given him and he set to work lIe made all his own tgols and within several months he had built a new machine at a cost less than lOON Y Times Mlnlit Get Tired Grandmama had been explaining to trie little girl How our earth is kept bXthestantly trll1gtollraw the earth toward Itself while the latter always keeps its distance Jfq Grandmamma said the little girl should ihlqlcthe enn would get dls con ged offer n yh lie und letgoDet- rolt FreaPress nu IiusiulanOMerspay The pay of a Russian armY oqiccr is said to be very small A generalgets from lrM 0 to 2000 a sear in English money according to the length of- serviceClncinnnti Enquirer Idul oraltll Many even poor Chinese says the Celestial empire spend from 2 q to 25 per cent of their income In Idol Vor ship which practically eatg away their tapttl12T a Trots an traclf every afternpn t I 6j p tjF Ld c4 L L SENATOR NIGH SHIRTS L4FlIado E D Oft1 riLtmY tJio middle ageVtbcvIate Senator Tabors life was orte of great hardship said a former resident of the silver state and when he suddenly became fabulously rich he plunged into luxuries like a starving man wading into a fTOticchase of several magnificent lace night ro1J hichcgst1J1QJ1pj IJud 1Jhe kept locked up in a safe during the day Eugene Field was editor of the Denver Tribune at the time awl those lace night robes made hint simply hysterical lie wrote column upon column about them describing the garments in detail with numerous diagrams depicting sections lore and aft TIle diagrams were hideous affairs which Yield carved out himself with penknife on the back of old wood type He used to describe how Tabor would forget the combina tionof the safe mind sit up shivering anti naked half the night trying to remeim bcr the right figures Altogether he kept Denver ina roar for weeks and wade Tabor sowild that one day he rushed into his office snatched the unfortunate night robes oustol their compartment nnd tore them to threads When Tabor was appointed to the senato to fill an unexpired term of ex actly 29 days Field broke loose again and had all kinds of fun with the old man He declared that Tabor opposed the tariff bill on the ground that it en couraged lawlessness in the west I dont know this tariff bill he reported the senator as saying Inaspeech but we have entirely too many of em out where I live Theres Wild Bill and Pecos Bill and Billy the Kid all no good If you let Tariff Bill have everything to do with time custom house he is liable to steal the Atlantic ocean Many of the honest frontier folk took these flights of fancy seriously anti byIonglettersread up and get posted so as not to dis grace the state At the expiration of the senators brief term he circulated an autograph album among his fellow members and inmmenseiyliethe sentiments inscribed in the volume by the different statesmen such things as when this you see remember me Roscoe Conkling and sure as the moss grows round Ii stump you are my darling sugar ltminpI mean chump George F Hoar and similar nonsense all of which maddened his victim 1 think Field was the only man Ta bor never forgave for in spite t 1 J11 gaunt forbidding exterior the miner magnate was as tenderhearted axa girl One thing is sureif every fellow he helped in secret would have joined his funeral procession the other day he would have gone to his grave like nn emperor of ohlX O Times Democrat WHITE FOR SUMMER Color Are llrlnc Ulnrnnled for It In 1 MVII for Svnrty All tecn s ii Manufacturers merchants milliners and modistes nil predicted that the present season would be a white one Their prediction has already been par tially teriticd and judging from the white materials of every texture and design front the thinnest French mils lin to heavy cheviots at present dis played in the stores by tin end of tIme summer white will take precedence 01 all of the colors anti for gowns for nearly every occasion For shirt waists anti fir gowns for informal occasions white madras antI French muslins and other thin fabrics are taking time place ofthe piques worn early in the season French muslin in both wbite and colors is talcing the place of organdie The material is just ns dainty as the orgaudieand possesses the additional elinrm of laundering ve1lii virtue to which organdie can not truthfully lay claim Dttttcd Swiss with tucked and revered trimmings to match promises to be the favorite gown of time girl grad uateA short round yoke of lace embroid err or tucked transparent materials is used in gowns of all sorts The round yoke is becoming to nil figures and is youthfullooking Few styles have as much as this to reccommcnd them What arc known ns handkerchief cuffs are new and stylish The effect of these is exactly ns though a handker chief had been cut directly in two straight across the center cut out in a curve and this sewn to the lower edge of the sleeve This makes two deep points falling over the hand and the curve draws the cuff out so that it has a decided flare This is a style particular ly favored this summer Quillings of ribbon must be counted among the leading effective touches that are given summer gowns Often a gown will have not a touch of trimming save that of puckered ribbons and yet look ns light anti airy as a lace frilled gown and decidedly more stylish Pique gowns are made extremely plain finished in tailor style If em broidery is used at all it is put on in flat bands but the most stylish and consequently the most expensive of the piques have the embroidery wrought in the fabric and not put on separately Chicago Tribune Strawberries and Fruit Creams Steam anti mash a quart and a pint of strawberries multi to them half n pound of sugar stir until the sugar is dissolved cover anti stand aside wnile ybii prepare tIle ctcam Put a pint of cream in a double boiler add another half pound of sugar anti stir until the sugar is dissolved Take the mixture rouHIie fire and when cold maid another pint of cream Freeze until the con sistency of a thick batter Remove tltf lid carefully and stir in time strawber ries readjust the lid and crank and turn slowly until time mixture becomes hard and dry Remove the dasher and repack All fruit creams maj be made after this receipt Raspberries tire better for the addition of the juice of a lemcn with the sugar Peach pineapple and apricot should Juice the fruit mashed grated and sweetened Ladies Home Journal eoiiolltnn nnd Cnramel Ice Creninii All Neapolitan creams contain eggs the same flavorings in the same way are used for both ciraiflel and Neapolitan cream Put a pint of cream into n double boiler over the fire beat the yolks of three eggs and halt a pound of sugar together until light add to the Whiskihemixture into them and pour it balward and forward from one vessel Into another until the whole is light When cold add another pint of cream three tablespoonfuls of caramel and one teaspoonful of vanilla strain mind freeze The yolks only must be used Ayheii using chocolate or cocoa dissolve it in maybewhen making plain vanilla cream La dies Home Journal A Fad In Teapots The Oldfashioned brown teapot has again come to the fore of popularity epicures who insist that tea should be brewed in no other kind of rcceptpble being responsible for it A little brown teapot decorated with a monogram in gold is time latest fad asa gift to a lady friend Detroit Free Press The AVny Situ Heard It lie Did time minister talk politics as usual today SiteI guess lie did he took lilt text PhilipplaesTOml clzmon4 Fuir ttQlittt 14 j 1 1 ri = j 1 r Po SONS F elLe = WetZndin Cab an Wntegs 5iiIh Are of ETU M IlrtMnJ1t of Cuba that some of the fish there are poisonouft If asked the cause one re ply is that there 4s so much copper in the water that it poisons the fish This is a fRsheniians reason yet the factI holds that inalLwatcrs there ore l tbhturelllOlsououiJn duDan uters the jack Caranx is a common table fish On the Florida reef all kinds arc eaten and one rarely hears of a poison oils fish yet in Havana there is a law which prevents the sale of jacks of over two pounds for the reason that a poi sonous Caranx exists which attains a weight of 23 pounds This when the Jaw is enforced ruts out of the Cuban dietary a number of fishes The poisonous jack is known to sci J1ametnthe layman to distinguish between the poisonous and the poisonous jacks Another jack Caranx plumiera commonly seen in the Havana market under thq local name of chicaro is readily eat en but according to Dr Hornemnnn time natives of the West India islands are afraid to eat it at certain seasons At Guadeloupe as an example it is eaten at times without ill effect while at oth ers the flcsli assumes a coppery hue the bones turn red and it is exceedingly poisonous so much so that Dr Home inarm states that it is used to poison nits Dr Oscar Tybring has collected much interesting Information on this subject and especial tattentiou is given to em phasize the fact that some fishes are poisonous at certain times The writ ers belief is that locality has much to JearsresidenceCuba an instance of anyones being poisoned by the local fishes was never heard of liyhfm The barracuda was at all times considered a tine table fish but the fishermen from Cuba who fished down the channel islands could hardly be induced to take large specimens of the fish which he said were poisonous around Cuba One form which attains a length of 12 or more feet was con sidered especially poisonous This fish which was invariably found to be a good table fish in Florida was regarded with suspicion in Bahama One of the signs of poison given is black at the signletstacuda is common at Rio nnd accord lag to Mericourt sumac of time men of a French frigate were badly poisoned eating it The uiurrics of Florida snakclike eels of ferocious appearance and na poisonousbuttand found them palatable if one could forget the snakelikc mouth white leopnrdlike markings and the certain ly disagreeabcl features of the fish bylieto induce a fisherman on time outer reef to eat a murry and some afiirmed that those around the Bahamas were deadly poisonCertain localities have become no torious for their poisonous fish as the Cape of Good Hope where the crews of vessels nre invariably warned not to cat the fish and in cases observed here time symptoms were remarkably like those of cholera TIme richly colored fishes have an evil reputation every where but this certainly does not ap ply to the Florida species According to Hornehinnn poisonous species are known at time Isle of Fance in time Antilles anti In China and Japan lie Dientions two species m the waters of time Seychelles At itiadaloupc one of thp gar fishes Uelone cariboear is known as poisonous lUh yet time wri ter preferred it to all the small fishes anti never heard time fish mentioned in Florida as being poisonous That it is so in other localities there can be no doubt as Dr Hornemann says it is thespawiiJugavoided He quotes cases where peo Pie in San Domingo have dfed from eat ing time fish anti advises sailors to avoid fishes of this kind In Japanese waters several fish are said to be poisonous especially Kn tlzmngcrousfrontevery foreign country fish will be found that are avoided On the American coast true eases of poisonous fish are undoubtedly very rare anti putting prejudice and legends aside time list of socalled poisonous fishes would be very materially reduced N Y Sun MONKEY LISTENERS The queer CunrrreKnllon to Which n Prenctie Talked In mill In India tIme people look upon the monkeys ns snered animals and will not drive them away froin theiir houses As tIme monkeys arc ns plentiful almost as birds litre tlley sometimes become peojilehoweverA minister who was preaching a ser mon one Sunday in n village street in that country has this to tell about it Behind thin house on time other side of time street there was a long row of trees growing in their back yardst the branches of which stretched out over time lint roofsl- lappcniumg to raise my eyes I saw many branches of these trees bend down toward the roofs anti saw time faces of some old jack monkeys look ing through the leaves Soon twain of them jumped down to see what their big brothers in the street were doing as they stood gazing at these white men standing on time platform Getting up on the front edge of time roof they seat ed tlicmselvecs with their feet hanging over anti looked at time preacher ns they saw time people in the street doing Other monkeys came until there was a long row of theta seated on the housetops The last ones I could see walking along behind looking for a place wide enough to get n seat Not finding a place between two already seated monkeys wide enough they put up their hands and pushing each one sidewise would seem to be saying Sit along a little please and give me a seat until time bench was crowded I noticed that many monkeys had brought their babies to church with them These little baby monkeys sat upon time lap of the mother while her mimi was placed around them just as human mothers would do but the ser mon WitS too sober for these little folks for I saw one of the little monkeys slyly catchingholtigive it n pull The other little monkey struck back But neither mother mon key liked this play in church nnd each gave its own baby a box on the curs as youknow tryingthey sat quietly until tIme preacher fin ished his serjntm anti until we had given tracts o the peopleand bidding theinti polite goodby lund started for our tents Cincinnati Enquirer A SIntrlinonlnl Mu lns Tie average young man thinks heis in a position to marry if le has 250 in the hank anti a steady job Hope is a great factor in a love affairs After the man is 40 be wonders hovr tieever did it and when he eats pip nt night and has the nightmare he always im agines that he is marrying again on 250 Atchisoh Globe IaaervAthat some men become loafers because they ire too light for heavy work and too heavy for Kghfc workv Chica g Daily Ne ys lie IT ADW1SD- Oflie dead party gets the most praisM aily News tf hlirtnni In the world has as little sensasfman when he gets mad Washington la Democrat te I Shes a wonderful woman for bar gains How does her husband stand the expense Chicago Evening Post All time angels are not in Heaven a good many are on earth and they may beeeiuL fcy thefHchecrfulness in getting up In the nfght to wait on sick people Atchison Glo- beOittheWronrnekTotnmy GrandpararC kings audqucvnjilwnys good lrantlpmmNottniwmmysr my boy not when there are aces out against them Brooklyn Life Stage Gossip The Clown I hear Lottie Lightfoot is engaged They say the mans old enough to be her father The Coryphee Yes but lies rich enough to be her husband Puck Parting XickA horse went prancing by Your sun is setting brayed the mule in the adjacent barnyard but you never hrtir anyone predicting a muleless ageChmicago Tribune Schoolmaster So then the reptile is n creature that does not stand on feet anti moves along by crawling on time ground Can any of you boys name me such n creature Johnny Please sir my baby brother London Tit Bits Author You have noticed of course that time suffering of the hero ine is intended to be terrible in the first actZ Critic who has just read th- eplaySili itll be as naught in corn parison with time suffering of the mmdi ence along toward the last nctChlc- ago Daily News It is often said that no European can understand Chinese commercial meth otis Mere is n curious instance of the Celestial mental inversion A Chinese hotelkceprrhad contracted to board and lodge a visitor for one dollar a day As time went on he found it impossible to get his weekly account settled So he offered to maintain his guest for unit n dollar a week He said he would lose less London Chronicle DON CARLOS GREAT DANE The Iloynt Pretender and IIU Royal Canine Companion In Venice An American woman in Venice re cently passing along a narrow side canal encountered a private gondola approaching propelled by two very trim anti gay gondoliers with flowing sashes and golden crowns embroidered on their sleeves In the gondola were a lady n gentle man anti n magnificent big log The dog was so obviously nn exceptionally flume specimen of his kind the Great Dane or German boarhound that she had no delicacy about openly gazing ami exclaiming since the oxvnersof fine dogs are seldom averse to having them admired But no sooner had time two gondolas glided closely past one another than her own gondolier leaned forward saying excitedly Madnriie Madame It is Don Car los It is tIme king of Spain Although Don Carlos is not king of Spain anti site like all Americans wishes well to the little frail boy whose mother is trying so hard to keep the Spanish throne upright anti steady for him time American turned with interest to look after time Spanish pretender whose chances in these topsyturvy times may nt any moment brighten dim as they usually seem She could not help saying to time gondolier as she did so But time dog is more royal than the master What would you have madame was time reply It is true except that he is muzzled So he was indeed like all logs in Venice where one would think the sit uation jnore conducive to the conven lent dro wning of puppies than to hydro phobia There was no danger to any front the dog it might perhaps be otherwise ivit thejroyaLmnster as the- gontiohiers shrug imply and to imply too that royalties were not safe persons to have about at best and all to apt to bite or fight Don jCarlosj Hs tha same American vfasJ muset1 to iiote afterward wnt about in Venice freely accompanied al ways by time dog Wherever time pair appeiired heyattracted all eyesjthe first glance belhggivenif it were known who theywenwto the preten tier i ut if it were not invariably to time clog No better adjunct to could hogSleekstalked majesticallyby the side of his master guarding anti dignifying him wherever he went The amiable Italian craWd parted to let tIme pair go by as they wandered around the square of St Mark at twilight when the band equalhrChildren everywhere paused rtojstare raggedItalianon her tiny head was so fascinated that sue could not get out of the way Both don ansi dog had to make n circuit arotjnd her while she wheeled slowly about on her small wooden heels as on si pivot to gaze with open eyes anti mouth not after time darkbearded somewhat portly man who carried him self so well anti who might pass for n prosperous business man of her own country bu after his dog hut terrify ing but beautiful big dog The study of appearances is a great part of the business of royal personages and however illequipped he maybe otherwise for royal rank Don Carlos mrnflttingIscompanion The pretender has a good eye for effect Youths Companion Jag Snkcs The next time you see snakcs ifter a three days celebration console your self with the reflection that they ore all in your eye They are tine says an emi nent oculist to the presence in certain pulsatingbioodthem resemble snakes in appearance mind motion Hitherto it has been sup Posed that the snakes which men re ported having seen in their alcoholic de lirium were simply creatures of the im agination Now we are told that these hallucinations nave an actual basis Statistics on this subject collected by time oculist show that 93 per cent of time visual hallucinations experienced in de liitutn tremens consist of serpents in one form or another The only thing that interferes with time philosophical consolation to be derived from this is thatat this interesting time a man is too busy to remember it Cincinnati En qulter inn First Itfyil Cane Anti is this the first time you have experienced the sensations of love sue asked It is he replied youlovedHe hesitated AVhat reports might not have come to her ears You must remember he said at last how easy it is for the ignorant and uninitiated to accept a base imita tion for time real thing Chicago Post Where time Sharpness Lay I have never discovered anything very sharp about Mr Hallroom said time new boarder Evidently replied the landlady sadly you have never noticed his n- pjetiteN Y World The Critical pplrlt yew Clerk That doctor of yours ougtit to make out better pre scriptions Customer Why1 whats the matter I had lo guess nt half he wrote Pttck 11111 111 DIET IK HEALTH The rropcrjpood I That 5ftft Ike 3ytem Craves and i Requires In healths a rule to live generot ly is to live wisely A dish which in eludes a variety of fairly digestible articles of food supplies a reserve fund which enables the system to meet emer gencies and to avoid the possibility of physiological bankruptcy Hip pocrates observes that a very slender and restricted diet is dangerous to per f ouis iniuetmltluibecnusetiiethebear runs gressions of it with more duIh1ttify A sound digestion seemuctoposuiessW1tlmu in cerlalntljnViU aecnuadtf for itdpt ing Itself to circMmstaiices at an rate for the time being When taxed beyond endurance hike the whirligig of time it works its revenges Another fallacy is that we should eat what we do not like Qr as many Unhappy children are taught we must eat what is good for us whether we like it or notnotier Vprgaf ve must disobey the instinct whereby na ture protects our idiosyncrasies Ken Joor Richard who is gcuerallysd sefi slble and who Why no means an ascet icenjoimms his render Wouldst thou enjoy long life i healthy body anti a vigorous mind anti be acquainted also with tile wonderful works of God labor in the first place to bring thy appetite to reason as if the physical of life are to be ignored ond bidn him eat for necessity not pleasure A healthy appetite craves and digests the food materials which the system re quires If weltnow thatjn infancy mill is essential to the human organ ism because before the age l tuix months or thereabouts the physi ological machinery Is not prepared for the digestion of starchy foods that in childhood sugar and starch and fat are required to supply the elements espe cially needed fur growth that in youth bread and meat in abundance are necessary to meet the increasing demands which development imposes on the constitution that in mati e life when the brain is most exercised digestible phosphatlc salts are needed to repair wasted tissue that in od age less food is required anti bread as the nonogenarihn1 Sir Isaac Holden as serted renders the arteries like furred boiierslf we find in brief that every period and condition of life has certain exigencies in which reason must take instinct for her guide we should listen to the voice of instinct re alizing that the appetite is subject to a law of its om This law hoes not involve the fallacy that instinct is not to be trained or disciplined it only re quires that time function of instinct be given due recognition In time words of Shakespeare we should let good di gestion wait oh appetite anti health on both HrlrpeVs Bazar HER MAJESTY NOT AT HOME The Ludicrous Incident In Which the President Secretary Figured The friends and familiars of thesecre tary to the president are laughing with him over something whlchhap pened to him the other day and I vie late nobodys confidence In telling the tale as it was told to me Some time ago Mr and Mrs Porter journeyed to Cuba While in Havana they made the acquaintance of n gentleman who is in the service of the government down there I think he is the collector of the port ills wife he told Mr and Mrs Porter was living here in Wash ington and asked them to go to see her when they returned It was only very recently that the secretary found time to accompany Mrs Porter In mak- Ing tIme promised visit The address the husband had given was in P street Mr Porter mounted the steps and rang the bell Is Mrs Donaldson at home he asked The trim maid who hail opened the door looked at him a triflehaugb tilTv11cr jnajtty has gone omit for a walk she answered with extreme dig nity I asked if Mrs Donaldson is at homer said time secretary M Anti I told you repHedj the znnfd majesf3hasThereupon the ecrefary being pnic what wroth marched iowa the steps and away Later somebody I dont know the somebodys name hearing of theunparalleledimpertlnencepf Mrs maid went to1 the bonito- to reprimand the girl She opened Inc door and seemed vastly puxzledtoun derstand wherein she had offended Mrsipon1aidsonhotly A sudden light dawned in the girls eyes Oh she said I though he said Mrs Dominis ansi I just wanted to let him know the proper way to speak of the queen Mrs Donaldson doesnt live here any more She has rented her house to her majesty Mr Porter had called on the LThuokalanliVah1ngtonlost A Mothers A it vice to Mothers Keep your children busy nt some wholesome work or play and this is more to the young mind than homilies on vice whiclvonly tend to direct their attention constantly to it By ocen pying their lilhe every minute of the thoroughlyimelpeti possible in any other manner ma jority of parents do not rcajize the im ortaricl5 of the duty laid iipontiem or else they are too lazy brihcapaulejto attend tbit Thefirst duty of the rich is to be industrious and to inculcate habits of industry in their children If they are taught to keep constantiybimsy In some useful and ennobling employ ment the chances of their evolution into honorable men anti women are a million times increased Themaking of collections and the lined study of al most any branch of natural history are hikelyto inerestchiidrenhmmakjmmg- of machines the Intrlcim ofmuslr the management of a printing jpress are all useful in keeping h j y6ungt mind occupied in a wholesome manner N Y heraldt I lion Odors Mar Be Prevented According to the modern arrange ment of our houses odors from the kitchen pass through the drain pipes antLare noticed even in the upper halls of time house When cooking the veg etables should not be permitted to emit any odors Careless cooks however tooJlrapidlywhich Is thrown oft in steam anti is most disagreeable thia odor passing upward Scen s the whole house Ifcabbage has been cooked carefully in salted vrhter just below the boiling point in an uncovered vessel and drainedoutside instead of in the kitch en sink no odor whatever will be no ticed 1his nile applies also to onions anti turnips The waterin which these have been boiled may when cool be poured down the drain outside and all Odors thereby avoided Ladles Home Journal Fried Celery lntoboillugmlriutesrijnt enchMiead In two or three peiees f uHtia di b season with pep per salt chopped parsley and vinegar dipittwhen a nice color drain sprinkle with salt and serve Boston Globe so 9 Your i tm said School ifacher isveryjlifckvynid fit his hi nilles mused the father At home in conversation with me he ICWH to knov it llMladellU P4cth MiFrtetu iTrii1fr epht J4wnDene Ignorance lit Per UtentIr Explain C C MngIetaniTriekgi iows dmvtiual tvho generally sitsraboTift rows away from you in the playhouse and tells half the audience in loud whispers what is going to happen next Ills rival has been discovered He is the man who sits behind uand tells the two people H broiighlnn on posses how time magician performs his trick Of course every one likes to know these things but usually prefere to fig uiretheininnt1orhimself Andlwhen manT wlioWnoivSTit ilLTJasnt the faintest Idea of libw the simplest trick is done he becomes a bore Like most bores however he doesnt know hes one After listening to him tell how the man on the stage has time rabbits up the sleeves of his dresscoat at ttached to elastlcbandsyouturn around andgiareit kiln with thdea that Ii may take JV intofhjs lieadTto keep his mouth shut and let you enjoy time show But he smiles at you Lisa pleasant way anti imagines you are fiitereste l in what he is saying and proceeds to ex plain the next trick Finally you grow extremely tired of this selfmade lecturer and remark iu an audible tone that he must have been wjth a magician once upoji a time Hut inttumdetsarcasm over No riVall Jumsytural ability to observe things He then tells how the man on the stagnprouCes bihhlari Ialls lie si its very easy JleSiinply has a niau in wings whojthroyf theta to him hut he neglects to Ili you where they go to Watch him now says the man Ic hind you See he takes that orange right out of the end of nls wand Slit plest thing in time world Ordinary rubber ball painted like nn orangi anti squeezed into the hollow stick But about this time the man on the stage throws the fruit into the right stage box where n little girl proceeds to peel it anti eat it with relish con sidering it is but India rubber See that queries time man behind you TIme child works for the show Sits in a box every performance anti hn a real orange site substitutes when you are not looking Very simple when you observe these details Perhap it is but when the child hap pens to be time daughter of an optician anti is accompanied by her parents you rather lose faith in time lecturers ex planations Then conies the egg trick Time man behind you has refused to keep still anti you are wondering if you can change your seat when time act is over But the magician evidently knows your trouble for he has arranged n it into which tIme explainer will fall and shuts hint up for the rest of tIme even ing An empty glass is shown mind in it an egg is placed It is covered with a handkerchief anti although you can hear it rattle until the very lust min ute when the handkerchief is whisked off the hen fruit has disappeared Very easyv says the man behind you The egg isnt put in time gins al all Youjust think U is What you hear rattle is the attendants ring against the side of time tumbler lint alas for the man behind yon The magician proceeds to slimy just how the trick is performed Time egg is hollow antI tied to the handkerchief so that when you pull the covering oil In the right way the egg is lifted out of the glass anti is hidden by the folds of the handkerchief Its very simple when you know how jn fact 1he trick isspold the magician can afford to show how it is done It is said that the only reason he uses it at all Ipso he can protect people from explainers anti if This was his object he certainly was successful The man in the next row did not speak again during the performance St Louis lie public FRILLS OF FASHION DaInty Trifles Wlilth vimt lie Ia Dc Mmanil for Snlnnier C n innle 2 Fine nainsook Jmtrpideries wit- hmetilWonf laceMntrouueed here am there ndd pretty variety to tIme season trimmings Irish point anti Veniet point veffct are also prettily rejtro Bd dipheco ton embroideries fox 1rlmmIagiSum mergowzsj J lV4LJUiflj 8inwhite and pale color can be bought all hemstftcueilreadyfoi mse014 If von wantto make yaurwhite lawngown especially chic scallop all the ruffles In hand embroidery Buttons are a decided feature ol fashion butt it is he little button thi time in polished or engraved metal and wedgwood instead ofcryilat Nuns veiling because of its soft clinging qualities will be one of tbt most popular materials this season Plain tinted organdies will be verb much worn and something quite novel is a combination of plain white and she let in one gown TJje skirt anti sleeves tire of white anti the plaitings at the bottom and the bodice covered with crosswise tucks are of the deep violet organdie Another idea in niaking uporgnnlie is the use of one color over another black organdie over pink or white ovei heliotrope and prettier still Is the use orb deeper shade Of thecsame COle for the organdie lining Narrow silk fringe with network headings are used for trimming gowni and silk blouses as well Line the collar of your fawncolor coat with shirred chiffon of the nme colors if it is a high one Pink white anti pale violet pond lilies nrr popularflpwerji inmillinery Fawn and dull colored laces generally mire nni ofthe desirable dress trimmings Fawncolored lace on a siU waist worn with a fawn cIoth suit i tho Braart4hing N Yj Sunj Wrote Early all tlie women wlibarepromi nent t54lay in lfteratufebeganto writs brigiriali omposlttons of v4me kind ot another as soon as they coutitliold a pen Mrs Meade has producedover 101 works of fiction anti is still ojady in her tmrlnmc Mrs Hothsssomm Burnett lie gun her literary career in earnest at the early age of 15 Reverses hadcoraetfl her family by reason of the cotton hint Inc and she was anxious to help time fui L1Y iigan to ifghto1swhgkji9 l abott flume years old Site wrote ns she 4for the joy of writing and becrfttse slit totlperibetiefilled her young hriaginatioiJT N Y Journal PVopeVTrnlnlnji A bus5ne4y man i tnInin his two little sons tO repent Inurarjabl1u1Jicomm- rersatiomm the icrion to whom they are speaking sasJ Yes Mr Browne Good afternoonTMrs Greene No Miss Mary etc He in sists on this form of couri Uause of the special nlne5iuy Bio the callajcrsouipromptly ment iv icIt iiimnft1mes mnmtbnre a commercial vaIueHousewIfe 4rAVolcanic dust carried by thttj wind from the mountains of Pity in Auyergne enriches the soil of Limagne with phos phone acid antI potash According to MfKfvols laspectortgenem of mines La Frmne owig t hi zaturoh sI Is nt GerznttaermonPirerrnfia ha yield ed n fine crop of hemp IS years running vritkfrut may etbcr mmwrs N Y TlMWk J J J w 4i r I 1 J iii II ITIiI 1 TilE BOYS DESIREIfor stylish shoes r f S3 when style strength and lurabilllyi 4 rcan bo found combined in footwear jA boy will tako more care of handsome 4 Ta shoes Our assortment of Boys Foot errro wear will pleaso the boy and satisfy 4 s 4thOerj c 1nndtingly low prices n We are all in to Clothing hats and underwear at your at store next door to tf fourteenth harl will take 3 44 An Exquisite Shoe I Patent Kid Vamp Cloth Top with SilkworKea Eyelets tf 250 ij1 Ttt Tq tas aTa Satt 5oe i It+ + + + + ++ t 1acv Oe 5e5 5 RrIOE ARNOLD j Successors WALLACE RICE n WATCH US Our Great OneFourth Off Clear 1 ing Sale is now going on ViI7ues not- Cmnwidered0r bottonLk4 Pants Underwear Shirts Hosiery Shoes Hats in il fact everything in the house has been reduced to H One=Fourth Offj r1 Money in your pockets to give us a 100k Ii you care to make rnoiiey on yoir pur cliascs conic and see us 0 QQo ai ri1 tt HII STRENG The CotherThe Shoer The hatter Tie Furnisher dosing out our poodn order remodel out house shirts own price Stouflers new Maui street Farmers Nntional Bank Millers famous annual ecue plann Saturday Au cunt near Slieplienlsvlile 1 Price 4 t+ to CoughRoIItelyways with good riauIti says Mr W r IJ Cooper of Kl Bio CII For small children we find it especially elfec itive Fur wile by Perry k Thomas druggists julyfHm removedI 1m I iii IlQN U L1 And our stock of Hardware Farming ImpleI1 Ell ments Stoves and Tinware if you are alive itothe necessity of saving dollars where you E3j 0 s have been saving cents Buying as we do- w 9Jin large quantities for ready we ob ill tain from manufacturers that enable us to J Lsellat exceptionally Low PRICES EEI J6TRemeiiber that even the little Items for household or i1Joutcluor uw such as IVks ATOWB Nails etc a CCIISidtcan be affected wlitalr amountsio dollars J9 in the aggregate ffiSUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL trSee gntterlngWg f TAYLOR BROS c +44 + +++ +++ + + + + + ++ ++ + dvs SVioc sa TDOtV oj arl aiu mus Tiosccxvlo too a Ttc ati 4+ + 4 4 j 44 4 01 10 JS cash T The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Onr Drip Rock letter will appear next week Another and another rain would help greatly The rains of Sunday were general throughout the State Have ou been in Stouflers flaw store onlliuin street tf Jailer LacktY is working the county prisoners on Stony Run Mrs Tiptons private school will open early in September The Lexington Horse Show Pair and Carnival August 812 Stonffnr has moxed to Main street next to John G Taylors tf Sheriff Colyer will sell the Beasley grocery stock on Saturday The hay and corn crop it is thought were saved by Sundays rain Mr Henry Clay Broaddus lies very low at his home on West Main Mrs Bernie Stono McCormack will conduct a kindergarten this fall Finest line of nekwear in the city at Stouffers new store Main street if Applicants for appointment to State College will be examined on Friday Applicants for teachers certificates will be examined on Friday and Satur day Snndaveenlngsrain was a soaker pro tern The dry earth cries out for moreThe Richmond Fair will certainly take place notwithstanding contrary rumors There will be barrels of free ICP water on the streets and on the grounds during the Fair Judge Turpin united II L Hamil ton and Miss Cornelia King in mar riage on Saturday Stouffer took more tliaif 100 meas pantsNewA beautiful Chiukering piano uiadf of mahogany can be purchased from G W Evans Jr for jne4tf Miss Dora Rutherford or Bares and Mr Thos Gabbard same place wore granted license to wed ZARINGWants tomr Julyl2U The alarm of fire at noon Thursday was duo to a blaze in the roof of Saw Phelps cuiun North U Street StoufTer has taken more measures fur suits to order this spring than all the rest combined New store Main St tf Byall means have the electric lights burning before or during fair week This will be a drawing card itself Mr John G Taylor is at home from the Klondyke with evidences of the rich strike he made in the frozen zone give you more flour ZARINfiill a belterluuUly for anyuueJuly12tf Master Park Boon sevenyearold son of Win Boen of Estill county cut fifteen bundles of oats with a case knife Miss IK Andersonof iVallaceton and Mr OHio Boin liave been granted license to unite iu the holy bonds 01 wedlock T C Lowry of Waco a recent graduate of the Law School of U U will locate hero with an office in the Moberley building Streng is making a 1cut on hie stock on hand to make room for fall and winter goods Everybody knowgSlreng will do as he says FOB SALE Tbiee pile of yearling pea fowls for sale at j00 per pair Apply to Major J T ESTILL Estill Madison Ky Some say the rain of Saturday July 15 was the first Kince Juno C Anyway it was the most welcome shower in several months Prof C liucker Adams will be the instructor of the Athletic Club to be organized here this fall Call on Dr A Wilkes Smith and join It is now unlawful to give a check without a jrevenue stamp endorsed by the giver of the check Dont forget this It is u bran new ruling Vincent U Iirouiwelisuu of WV Cromwell of Lexington was thrown from a vehicle In Jacksonville Illinois anti received iijurics from which he died There WHS taken irotn thjJ office about a year since powder horn with the leiter W E anti at hand cut on the horn The end is filled with walnut wood The possessor of same will please return same to this office and get liberal reward Vhiit seeins foolish und absurd has been reduced to a feat of skill and sci ence Waroar to the high wheel dive at the Lexington HorseShow FardC- arnival August 8 to 12 It lit performed from a tower 42 feet Jiiglij the leap belmmgtmde iuty but tnfi fectdttp While Itanartintiai the dtVBi hiie wiri tt11l1l tietul iiqN- thjis b41ftt ihh Qr ltHttijjtf111i4- t tltJMt tr4 f1 0 Stouffer sells moro clothing for clothierNewGood Buggy Forsale Any one desiring to buy a firstclass buggy cheap will find same by inquir ing tit this office jly2if Boy SuicldcsIWin Agee a rears nge sohof Jlenry H Agee was found Imngitig in his lathers barn on Jolly Ridge last Wednesday For Senator Mr W n Shackelford is being favor ably mentioned as a suitable Demo cratic candidate for State Senator from this Senatorial District composed of the counties of Madison Estill Powell and Lee Mr Denty to Return Mrs W K Denny and daughter Miss Willie May of Manse ate with Mr and Mrs J W Smith Mr and Mrs Denny will probably return to Rich mond nud occupy the house of Dr Unrbonr on time Campus Great Addition to Central University Chancellor Hlanton hiss secured from Mrs N F McCormick of Chicago widow of the famous Cyrus McCormick of harvesting machine fame an endow mont for a manual training department at the S P Lees Institute a branch of Central University at Jackson Ky Terrible News From Clay County One of the bloodiest battles in the history of the Clay county feud took place Manchester Monday and five much were killed and three others desperately wounded The dead are Aaron Morris Ed Fishier Irvine Griffin Bob PlmiipotOriffln The wounded are Gnmville Philpot exRppreseutative George Philpot Griffin Largest Premium Ever Given The largest saddle horse stake over offered iu Kentucky and the equal of the largest ever given in America will be the 1000 BankeiR stoke on the second day of the Richmond Fair The entries to this stake are all f nun a distance which shows that it is not gotten up for local selfinterest Horse men from all over the state should he present at this contest Open Air Concerts to Benin As previously stated in these columns open air concerts by the Rich mond Bund will be given at stated In tervals beginning 011 Friday evening next Prof Mitchell a brillant per former is in charge The following program will be rendered Friday night Mnnals March Cox 2 Cuba Libre waltz Show 3 Old Kentucky Home cornet solo Hasten 4 Uncle Remustwo step Bean 5 The Cracker Jack overture Mackie S Danube Waves waltr Ivanolrici 7 18th Regiment march Panilla Saturday Night Train For Estill Springs Commencing batnday July 22nd and continuing cacti Saturday until futher notice the R N 1 R will run their night train throttuli to Irvine and will start their morning train from Irvine on each Monday at fiUO n in connecting with K C at Richmond Q k C at Nicholasville an I outhern at Versailles This extra train Is verj ninch appreciated by the business men as it enables them to spend two nights and one day at Estill and reach homo on Monday in time fur business Wink Duncan Kieked By a Mule News reached here at 2 p m yester day that a mule had kicked Mr W S Duncan in the side nnd that he was coughing up blood How serious his Injuries are is not known at this hour Mr Duncan was tngaged iu erecting some farming machinery and passed near a mule which with proverbial treachery let go with his heels and laid the good man low Mr Duncan is proprietor of the Cossa Grande livery ala ble in ono of the cleverest men in thu county and his slid accident has filled the community with sorrow A SmallPox Expert Dr W Moss Uib on uf thmIcity hits been summoned to Frankfort by Seem tory McCormick of the State Board of Health to assist in the management of the smallpox cases there Dr Gibson wits so fcuccessful with the epidemic that he was called to Middleslioro and now to Frank furL The papers have this to say ol the epl demic at Frnkfort Secretary McCoimick of the State Board of Health and his corps of assis tants are doing valuable work here in eradicating Pinallpo The patients are being removed tolhe pesthouse all fast as the disease develops and reports from there this morning ate that all patients are inijirciviiia Announced tar Assessor In the proinr place iu this issue will bl Ioumf formal announcement of Mr Cieorp Noland if Union c iiy for Assessor of Madison tiotjnty suhjict to th action of the Democratlr party Mr Nolnmi s a young man full f vim and energy successful in all his business undertaking nut fully capa ble of fulfilling overy duty attached to the responsible office In seeks Hs Democracy is unquestioned Befoie him his father fought for Democratic principles and taught his son in early days to battle for the party henolovrd He has been trUe to the teaching of the eHer gentleman aijtl today Is one of tbeleftHnj DemocrtitK of Madison uduutv If the nomlijHtloa IXIVCl 114J NolRod wo can tr ttir UYlHlyh wilt catrj tbo thtJhhtrty hl- Uti 1Kt leettwis Ww illbltltt il b4t1lM4 Iwt hu r R J ON A FIRM BASK fs Reason enough here why you should wear stylish SHOES and no reason why y0n shouldnt Every pair of Shoes we offer in Mens Womans and Childrens are made on 1 the newest shaped lasts And every shoefs made by expert workmen from fine Calf and Kid and finished In the bent manner And to make possession easy no sell to fit all pocketbooks JClay County Fighters Wanted The following item has been going the rounds of the press dated London Ky hapt Joseph Garrard Ninth United States Cavalry son of Gen fiarrard of Manchester will arrive here from Cin officeIbuilding for an office The Captain expects to enlist a large number of Clay county men for army service YourLiverWill be roused to Us natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured it you tako Hoods PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents Life is a pecular thing Three quarter of it is n lie and half of it to an if I laic ao Daily News Those who live on farms aro liable to many afcldtdtal emits burns and bruises which heal rapid lv when Bal Innlg Snow Liniment is promptly lip pliel Price 25 and 50e Terry Thomas jy5lm The carpet trust which it was sup posed would have a walkover has shown a split iu the seams TTI cureanand Sunmcr Complaints iTKe 25 Cents- Sold by Perry t Thomas Successors to W Q White Texas will not need time services of a rainmaker for quite a whilo 2500000 Given Away In time past year Dr R V Pierce IIHS given away copies of his great work The Peoples Common Scnso Medical Adviser at an expense to him of 25 OOOOO exclusi vn of This stan dard honk on medicine and hvgiene coiitains 1008 panes and more than 700 illustrations It treats of the greatest and gravest problems of human lifo in simple English from a common sense point of view It answers those quIlions of sex which linefirs niiHpoken ntion time lips of youth and maiden It is essentially a family look and its advice in a moment of sudden illness or accident may he the means of paving valuable This great work is sent absolutely free on receipt of stamps to defray the cost of mailing ONLY Send SI onecent stamtw for the hook In paper binding or 31 stamps for cloth covers Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y It Government engineers are at Valley View locating a site for the lock which is to be built in the river at that point A Neglected Cold is an alleinlirocinc cause of disease It clogs the Junes with mucus It strains amid breaks down the lungs tissues Or Bells PineTarHoney In an unfailing cure for coughs and COllie It rebuilds the tissues and gives strength to the lungs bv supplying the blood with fat forming oxygen 25 cents at all good drugjists It John M Dyer won the Moruanflold Suns prize bicycle offered to time m Sst popular young man in Union county For Children the best congh and cold remedy ever discovered is Dr lkllslincIarUOlwv perfectlyliaruilestime cough all night It is guaranteed to cure croup and whooping cough 25c at all druxuifts It The license of Jacob Huffman the nstsaloon keeper in Green up expired lime SO Ureenup is now a dry town To eradicate worms rrolO the system liVe tlif child plain nourinhidir food and bites IVeam Verinifuue Time re suit will Iw the worms will disappear and thu chili become healthy ami cheerful Ptice 50 cents 1erry and Thomas uly5lm The Green River Valley Improvement Association held a well attended meeting at Rockport Ky Saturday A Serious Position is that of a person who through neglect of a Fceminuly trival coughor cold is threatened by that dreml destroyer of mankind coinsamption Do nut Icct a rough or cold however frill mr It is H inenxce of consumption Dr Bells PineTarHoney will cuo ji cough or a cold in OIIB nlirht and exlill iiratH the lungs against tile inception of Untucer It fife Pcpullsts of Hart county heM their convention Saturday and named deletes to time State convention Our baby has Imen continunllv trou bled with colic and cholera infantnm since his birth anti all that we could do for him did not seem to give more tlmn temporary relief until we tried Cliam onrlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Kpineily Since giving that remedy he has not been troubled We want to itlvevou this Htinonial asan evident of our gratitude not that you ne il it to advxrtise your meritorious remedy G M LAW Keokuk Iowa Fur ualo by Perry Thomas dru cMs 1m IxmlMi bas a new dpot ready li he occutiied as soon as the benches are placed iu the waiting rooms CUB A N OIL cures Plat tn Cuts flurni Bruises Rhtm mantissa and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry it ThomaH paccctnan to W O White The annual camp meeiingat High Bridge Ky will commence July 2i and continue ten days Persons fOubled with diarrhoea will h interested in the experience of Mr W M Bush clerk of lintel Dorrnnci ProvidftDCH It I lie same ForieVer mitPaTP f have been almost n constaut tlliirerr from diarrhoea t lie frpquent attacks completely Prstratiiiu mini and rendering me unfit my duties at this hotel About two e8i5 ngti u traveling Milesinait kindly ginfa III n small bottle of ClminlbihiiiV tViljv Chocra unit Diarrhoea ReiUitoy Alncli to my ubd dhIglmt its HVets wore Immediate VIieneVr I Mt uympUUiiB of the dlscHfw J would tify- myrehi alnet thij Httnuk with Iw- IfIf tllln tstuuuthn hfltlrty lime ti frtiMiirvHitti lIit11mmi4rqxlt Jsly1mn i r UJ aiIC 1 1 SIZZLING HO I TUEBusy Bee Cash Stores Great Clearance Sale to Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children lUc per pair Children Strictly Allwool Knee Pants knee aud double ppat all colors worth 7oc per pair are yours in this sale for 39c Buys gl25 and 150 Knee Pant Suits In double breasted nnd Heeler styles neat and serviceable ages to 14f the price In this clearance sale only SOc ALB oJ + Mens Jood CI imere Mills well nmdn in brown blue siojch mixtures all sizes worth JS SO and will be closed iII this clearance sate lit SJ Mens Fine Allwool Suits choie styles and qualities in single anti double breasted sack and frock styles of fino Imported worsteds fcnt hes and clays suit in time lot ami sold everywhere from SS to 12 take your choice and pick in this sale at S19S Mens Extra Fine Dress Suits perfect tailored which will meet time wants and suit the ideas of Rtylisji dressers to a T You ran make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundred of these ablo tailormade garments worth from S14 lo SIO they go in this sale at Dress Former Ladies Underwear Ladles greatest nHuriim untouched amlthe several dollars worth profit attend York Hlmiir CAH CLKAllAX MT Irritation consumption PiueTarHonev it gl vu ll lungs petlle at all good druggists Grasshoppers giving farmeis several are seriously damaging Whites Cream Vermifuge effectually expels UI- Itqllllledl a permanent lor children Price PArnnlld Thomas jtiljolm Wisenvres hickory in Kentucky record smasher It nerves if would them fa feeder system women whonre nervous are so because their are starveit Vimerm they mattf their Sarsaparilla because properly Hoods Sareaparilla liisappoints Prico o 7719r double fashion certain digestion assimilation of system continued lierbiun tommieli rmullsee gmmol digestimmi- mPrice Perry Thomas narlfotirville Pamtimilmitler jutI closed yeara Hiiju- ysrie pleasant flavor gentle Soothing effect of Syrupof Figswheii ii- iIeedof laxative mother1 costive gratifying follow family remedy known family phonld ManufHctuieU California Surup Co- Allen county county bond question Novem eltutioii humnn nnnoyitii aflliction prevent enough Women WHOPS greatest nmrtyrs Tablets otwtinatt lrico tubes Thomas Jy5lin Ol ce wild with excitement the RICHMOND for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE closing out surplus jitock seasonable Summer Goods All previous offers that have convulsed the people dwarfs offers the GREAT SALE Prices were crippled former offers willbe killed this great sale The that driven hilt willnow sink the heart Every dollars worth pur choice stock Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Goods must prices obliterated and profit tirely ignored No wonder stands aghast The BARGAINS are dishing stand unmatched and Boys Clothing That Will Mothers Wild 1111 cJ Tam UNMATtHABLB tLBARANtB comparison CLEARANCE Furnishing completely disgruntled competition unequalled incomparable Make Buy Boys S2 and Knee Suits go Sl49 350460nmmd Knee Suits go in SiGO styles Cream of Stock IJovs Long Cassimere Suits worth 5100 loo disappear in clearance SIOS Boys S8 Long Punt Suits choicest assortment of fancy plain worsted cheviots Scotches unfinished worsteds Take your pick in at CHANCES every worth S48 are be use are all SO etc ARB M4iLZ7OPL vi LH111i Such Rare Bargains as These Shoes Ladles Dongola Patent 75c fens Sunday Shoes and congress dIAhed ant you 8Ic per 5I7 and and real ntiU9- Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods Allwool Heniretta cheviot novelties fancy double wOltb ssc and Soc slaughtefd per reserved Organdies were per yard goods Suspenders 26c lOc thi lot Slippers ladles and some Ss ttat were S per Fine Jncquads Poplins many fancy weaves in wool double width Goods price Sou per yard will be slaughtered in ibis per yard Nothing leserved Special Clearance Sale sttiumg Headymade White Headymade Dress Skirts Car pets nnd Lace Ctiitnins ThfHS ods havH felt keen edge of steel and stand to you the bargains wr are this see them Not an article in entire lug store loft thin mrist be reaching dean sweeping and great space cleaning sale We must our fall stock only way we to get is actually give nutty and throw thousand of thebest goods we have to customers and them by Dont fail this sale A Great Big Lot of Mens Linen Mens Camlet Jeans Pants New Mills Camlet will be Inset per pair Bring your ASH when YOIlIcommie iheie bargains save time and refualIJf credit this SALE irake room fall goods Very Rusppctfnlly W n OthiAiiCJim1ffrRICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN p g Lungs Is thin forerunner to Dr Hells will cure and time thatnucil rilf to cough or cold not tImers 25 cents It mire in counties much worry und corn only worm moimli mill cure dulls and fever III 25 cents say thp nut crop will be year Duly Feed Man Arid Sleed Feed your have strong blood und sustalner of time WIOH net Men and nerves blood rich anti nnro with their nervousness the nerves are never Hoods cure constipation 25 cents It and prnduco dltrlprt1uJIlilioIlK tlip which giow anti neglect gives toiin amid roe jvfMm The has very ihIW action and and the father or bilious the most is that best and every haven bottle by the Fig vole on the lit the regular her What among ills more plies active exercises bail limit makes even rout miserable worse Buck eye Pill Ointment will cure niist 50c In hoitle Toe Perry 1 k L s at their of Spring and our are in our in that in our in knife was the to of of Dress go at en we out 00 250 Pant at 500 Punt this sale at the Big Pants and will this Big SIO and and fit this sale 1498 its are one 7 in solid shoes worth this per pair lace worth n5I will pair Mens aboea win be 1001 Mens mack VIc Russia leather and shoes they this sale o 36inch wide Serge effects weaves black all wilith goods yard will this sale ISc yd Noth ing that 2Sc and iSc now 12ic this sale Wash all cut half into Mens hair ends worth per One for sizes formerly sold 150 will closed this pair and all Fine and smile at 40c on time our cold out in sale ask the far for us have room for see out our let our toss Too Pants and Blue the best at SOc fur nnd for and get cash buy with wilt not hum this you the fed Pills e- I J by tlmt first one ults is the will Tho lluit that Its time is is to to Our sale and Sm25 sale dark Tau kinds pair sale St2 land sale 75c sale also The Digeslos Dyspepsia Tablets ensure perfect digestion supply rich blood nnrijth the nerves and make life worth living 25 cents box at druggists It The Lyon county camp meeting be held near Kuttanx August to 10 To err Is human but to continue the mistake of neglecting your lmioo fully Keep the blood pure with Hoolr Sar aparill it Lee Pollock who was dangerously hurt by falling lumber will recover Freezing Weather In July Would cause great discomfort and loss but fortunately it is seldom knon A vjwt amount of misery causeil this 1eason however by impover lohed blmid poor appetite anti gener al debility Them conditions IIIIV ho remedied by rich ing time hloni1I1111 toning time stomach with Hoods Sar Kaparilla This InelichleRItm to put new life into the wtiolp Jlhienl eye tem simply because of Its wonderful power purify enrich nndfvitallze the blood create vigorate the digfiStivB fuctions Wi advise you Itl bottle and try you art not feeling jutvright It will do you more good thnii six weeks vjwwtion It the best medi cine money can buy 5lm Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smart iud dent to these diseases iiistuntlv allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye andI15kln Ointment Many very bad jasus have been permanently cured by It equally efficient for itching piles and favorite remedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bils and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per boy Tr Cailjs Condition Powders arc just horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put horse in prime condition Price 25ments per package Scottsville has circulating library j Is your liver tired DIMS limit do is duty If dont nrgluet its rait for help few doses of Hurliine may save you sPellof Hicknws Ilcrbim tIme only perfect liver imdicinc cures chills suit fever Price SOc Thomas jnl prrfThere were four barbecues ill parts of Warren county Saturdtiy PlflflfAw NUBIANJEA cures DYRrcpiS gjj Con tiptitJn and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Irice25cts Sold by Perry Thomas successors White 7ffi n71 F I Iie71 EiIe ++ iei I He ft1si 150 150Ir flh1fli111flrT1tflflflflflJtfJtZtI1111 iJirflitltrtflflflflitflJttlflllJtflItrifnrtn OURuuuun150 WONDER 5 ItI 1- m S J r u r 3 lll to A a ie it rn ca ps 1ea5 J Ji J I J J I J at u 7 if is co in at in be to at 1 2 J3 SI go in in be in at are in J of mo are in of in 2 3 at 2 in at j as to a a it to to a is a E to to a is is a a or eo be a is to 2 is Is at et to an to it if a is j I 1 I IK t is it is i a a a n it III so A a ill It k St to W Q a nfl it ti H ft flfl II II flit ft i j n fi n I I1 kokfk- sIIe Ii We have this Sbo iin all tie dif erenfe lasts in both Hee and Spring Heel in b tli J3uLtbnand Lace This is time greatest Shoe en the market Come l1ndsee for yourself liJPjPts Shoestatia Cents Furnishing J 1 = lI Doug1as I J d Bright Co c j f I jj 207m ll ESTJAINJJ1ti liMON KY r ufluLflnntnjrnrtrmnrLmnrtutimxta lVIUINlWJ uhhiuuuuunnru1AAiu nnn uui 31 I 5flviII bLlt Ii Priec 4 Ar t1 t t s ie S4F = p il w 7- fI jiii M iji4j t T f sio 160I tt I+ ++ ++7Ia r C i iJI W j ITIruiFi Lr mu a I i Our Goods rLf AIND Ourpjces Hj Itwith us twhenyou give us a trial JTr rIj1B ffi l 1ith m m jq- I B IilIDIDfln cii1iJj3 The ladies cannot be decehed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with VVhItBANDGIbSOflL VRUP PEPSICURES CONSTIPA- TIONVV1H1HoshaICo1 Commission Merchants Caltls logs mi Skp UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 COTAH information regarding live Btook cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly r s irs r with vegetable PSYCURED Have cured rF 4J tbonsuid CjftO called liopelms In ten days at Itt twothird of nil nyinptnm remor to T wttnx niiil nd TEI DAYS treatment free DX H II GEEtHS SOnS fox K Atlanta Ua ++ + + CALL A- TdIl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND fly I l OPIUM IrurfFREEIDR DR CALDWELLSN JaCURES IWheeler Wilson f Sewing Machine I notary Motion aid 1i Ball Beariniors ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS r UI9R JIG 5YRVP IIVIL vaAPe n 1 CAIC0 sYtrta Bru ewoasii me rti cortiL lan5ly EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis Ind JULY 2O23 1B99 Only One Fare Round Trip Except that from point within 33 mIles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar VIA BIG FOUR Tickets will be on sale from all points July 19 2021 From points within 75 miles of In dianapolis on July 21 22 and 23 1899 Returning tickets will be good to leave In dianapolis to July 21th with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with Joint agent at Indianapolis not later than July 24th and payment of fee of 60 cents at the time of deposit tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis td and including August 20 1899 For full information regarding tickets rates and routes and time of trains call on agents Big Four Route oraddress the undersigned J E REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen PassTktAgtwCincinnati Ohio EQUAL TOANY EMERGENCYJ rcHahlerest secure in the thought that when he tins one of our well made reliable pluetons carriages rhnnhouts whalebone speeders or road carts that come what may on the roan his wagon never thetllletways and ruhbertired hngeicn in Richmond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Woks 135 ECONOMIST RANGES f4CJ CQ f tI1tI tJ tIC H Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LAE MTI i O REGENERO FRENCII n lIEDYI mrrlranciaho irmt ifiiupllcalot cax of Nerronn IXMllty or inicklyse rointohiwta Imsiotency Varlcocele Sixrdiattorhcaslitlv Fnilsinnj Lost Brain unit Maicnlir Power Despoith0 elUlCcreflI inllacretion riri unfit ie r txisinaei study orlnnrrUise It EG EN UO atot whytiinf in witIsilnrn4 Action nndiwrtorcs e iuC Vo ii It li n in irvelous Blood Inrlat bj ic IMuk Glow comes hack lo clerh tnM tnpnn having KGCENEKa I cirrfc l In t Itt lly malI glOO per frr tlO9 We hrrallt rerund- n erIt hnealo ont effect a euro mi ir frt AJ trnwte American Office ot 1rIjPC ErirtAlOS25Columllus For sale in Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists epl21ly EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS TRADE MARKSI Anyone sendlne a ketrh and description may atIInTentiontlonsctnetlreonaiont Usndbookoa iatntaSent tree OlIest Sloney for secnrftig patents recetrematSdtltifi JlattkaL IA handsomely tllnitrmJM weekly restfir ot any CLioilMe Jonm Terju ft a rass foe monthi i au 5wsdea- lcJwwmitaii ICiitId iflTwt apT u i EtrejB irarCkuM See Kxlnwrthary Offers bjr The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by tho first of the new year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary induceuieuts will bo made Uptil furtlieriiotlco the following be offered to subscribers willII The CLIMAX and The ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 V The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or MeClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The RichmondCLiMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates TREuSIXHUNnmn TO HOLD HEUNION Survivors of Gallant Band of Heroes to Meet at Louisville HISTORY OF THE HARDSHIPS Major Lamar Fontaine the Leaders ol the movement ADDRESSES OF SURVIVORS WANTED Caplain F N Graves Talks Interestingly Concerning Origin of And Hardships En dured by Men lAHanta ConstitutionJ A movement has been starte under the directIonof Major Lamar Fontaine of Lyon Miss to hold a reunion of the immortal six hundred at Louisville next year Major Font The has repeatedly en deavored in the past six years to have the members of that noble band of heroes reunite but hitherto his labors have been unsuccessful Another determined effort is being made and the indications are that it will be crowned with succesS- Major Fontaine desires to secure the names and addresses of that remark able body of men and any information concerning them will be gratefully received by him In a letter to Captain F N Graves of this city Major Fontaine writes as follows I have for many years past tried to get a reunion of tho survivors of the immortal six hundred but so far I have failed AtJlicbmond only seven or eight responded at Nashville five or six at Atlanta none and at Chattanooga only four or five were there that I sawI have already written to the powers tbat be at Louisville asking for the following part in the programme Namely the bead of the column to be the survivors of Morris island prisoners with little girls drefsed withIred hats hose and shoes to escort ono of us to a place in thejjrand stand and there to be addressed by Colonel Charles E Hooker of Mississippi a onearmed hero or by some other eloquent crippled confederate who can tell the assembled icrowd the southern story of the war I want to get the names and residences of every survivor of the six hundred that I possibly can and keep in touch with them until the reunion at Louisville So please send ino the names and residences that you know of at this time I know my dear old comrade that the shadows of life are growing longer and you and I are drawing nearer lifes goal and if we do not meet herewell we will sometimes somewhere in the great beyond The three score years and ten are just behind me and I can almost hear the waves of the narrow sea as they kiss the sands of thSJitd den land ol Bcnlnh I shall sooh ross and join the bivouac of my comrades and loved ones in that beautiful land across the sea in the pleasant vales and gardens of God And as my eyes grow dimmer my heart grows stronger and my love warmer for each companion and comrade of the days when you and I gave with them the best days of our man hood to our common country and cause a cause as pure and holy as was ever born and fostercd on Gods green earth I love it still with an eastern adolators devotion and I can never forget With a comrades greeting and love to you and those near and dear tp you I am as in Auld lang svneyour friend In sunshine1 or shower LAMAR FONTAINE Tho history of the six hundred is a Every married man must ask his wifes permission to make a success That was a saying of a wise old clergyman who knew thebroadestsuccess in any partnership in which the partners do not contribute equally to make success possible For this if for no other reason every man who is trying to climb the ladder of success should be interested in his wifes health A healthy woman is always helpful A tired nervous woman depleted in strength and depressed in mind can contributeneither nor physically to a success The remarkable Fitestrengthens the 01 peculiarly fern in debilltdrains and inflammations cures trou I that the causes of neauu are thus entirely removed and the genuinehelpmeet yrsIMcCrobie of Oakland Garrett Cc Maryland whopronouncedcondition of the blood and uterine trouble aldrsandlimbWafrom the Internal organs could not sleep and SufferedeacruciatingPrescriplionhavegainedintug your Sick women can consult Dr R V Pierce abS04latelyHI private its Matemeata held in sacred confidence and all answers are mailed withoutMI5 adyer HJtils loM t41u b HePDr rcei OWh1eCaa o IkoIiLl IV U i need not lose flesh insummer tif you use the proper means f prevent it You think fyou cant take SCOTTS 3 EMULSION in hot weather J but you can take it and die i gest it as well in summer as in winter It is not like the i t plain codliver oil which is difficult to take at any time If you are losing flesh fyou are losing groundand you nce- dScoffsI Emulsion I I and must have it to keep up f9 your flesh and strength If f you have been taking it and on it dont fail to j fjoc andoo all druggists y- tt ff SCOTT BOWKE OitmUts New York oj v W Y story of patriotism and indignities in flicted by federal captors No captives were so cruelly mistreated during the civil war as were these The story as related by Captain Graves who was one of tho six hun dred is as follows During tho spring of 64 about 2000 confederates officers of whom I was one were held as prisoners of war at Fort Delaware Morris Island in Charleston harbor was held by the federals and Fort Sumter by the confederates The two forts were continually firing at the other and the yankees on Morris Island would bombard Charleston How ever a truce was declared and the com mander of Morris island agreed to put an end to the shelling of the city Nevertheless the truce was violated and from time to time shells wore thown into the city of Charleston Major General Sam Jones commanding the department of South Carol in a Geor gia and Florida protest very emphatically against this outrage and as the bombardment was continund sent a letter to Major General J G Foster the union commander of the coast of South Carolina which the following is a copy General Five generals and forty five field ofllcers of the United Spates army all of them prisoners of warhave been sent to this city for safe keeping They have been turned over to Briga dier General Ripley commanding the first military district or this dep irt inent who will see that they are provided with commodious quarters in a part of the city occupied by noncombatants the majority of whom are women and children It is proper that I should inform you that it is a part of the city which has been for many months exposed day and night to the fire of your guns As an answer to this action 600 of the confederate efficers imprisoned at Fort Delaware were transported and placed under firo at Morris island They were kept here asbostages for the safety of the federal prisoners in Charleston over three months They were then removed to Fort Pulaski and detained there in close confinement for four months These men suffered terrible from starvation and cruelty The daily al lowance offered was four stale worm eaten crackers of hardtackand the only beverage furnished was water The men were deprived of salt and vegeta bles and many died from scurvy They are known all over the country as the immortal six hundred and the suffering and hardships they endured have never been equalled in civilized warfare No Hislit to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would bo attrac tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blot ches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlook ing charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry t Thomas Drug Store 2 SPANISHAMERICAN WAR PANORAMA is one of the war books which is likely to be in continuous demand It is a panoramic record of the triumph of Yankee Doodle The eagle flaps his wings on every page and Old Glory waves around and above every sceuo Prominent officers connected with tho war are here portrayed as well as many of the men behind tho gun Mill tary life is pictured to the eye from re cruiting to guard mount andskirmish line Nor is the ludicrous omitted The company cook receives the atten tion due to lila importance the mess is shown i cavalry scenes are given i the hospital arraugements are depIcted the heroines of the Red Cross service rue displayed Btreetscenes in HavanaSan tiago and elsewhere are unrolled the new citizens or subjects which are they of Uncle Sam appear and disap pear as the leaves are turned In a word the gazer visits the new localities and sees thin tumultuous new life without the risk or expense ot a sea voyage The Album is 51x8 inches weighs 12 ounces printed on finest coated paper Sent FREE to any address in the United States Canada or Mexico for 12 cents in stamps or coin to cover pos tage and packing Copy may be seen at any ticket office of the Big Four Route Order at once as the edition is limi ted Address WAHRKN J LYNCH General Passenger and Ticket Agent Big Four Route Cincinnati Ohio Mark envelope War Album EFFECT OF THE DROUTH gentleman who has had the 4p porjnnity to makea close observation of crop condition said to TUB W ISJCUESTKE SuN paufedITheewlyplMtinj of tobacco will lo- Miot4ntj4iaMouethiirti in yield and IntotoiJTjl iwill require the l wtl4 from ito- wEuio Itobacco lIIIfIJIff 1 11 Ceunly Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayette conntyt second Monday Stanford Liiico1nTcouny second Mon davf I rG- eorgetowrijScottCOuntyjtiiirdJron i 3 day Danville Boyle county thml Monday Iticholasville Jessamine county third Monday Wincbester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday Big Purses at Richmond Fair Tle Madison County Fair Association opens the1 following purses to close July 12 to be trotted during their Annual Meeting August 14 TilE IIAXKKKS sTAKe 1000 Offered by four Bnnlcs of lUolunond for saddle stallion mare or Kclliti any age of which 200 is reserved fur con solution Only horses that show iu Bankers State and take no part of money will be allowed to compete in consolation Five ptr gent to nominate and 5 per tent additional from money winners Money divided 50 25 15 and 10 per cent No additional entrance will be clmrjred for consolation and 5 per rent will only be deducted from first division ol first show and 6 per cent only deducted from 200 con nlatiun Should time above stake fail to till reasonably well right reserved to declareolF Entrance money refunded Rules of National Saddle Horse Breed ers Association to govern For other rings for Saddle and Harness Horses see catalogue TBOTS 215 Class 400 218 Class S400 22Cln8S400 235 Class 100 222 ClassSJOO 300 Class400 2yrold Class 300 3yrold Class 100 R B Tenill Purse for Yearlings 150 IACES 217 Clans 300 224 Class 300 230 Class 800 2yroldxClass200 Catalagucs will be issued in ten days or less J W Bales President S A Dcatherngo Secretary TilE B1ACKBERRX CROP To most people time blackberry is the product of the wild bnsb and few people know that they arc or can be cul tivated with profit This year the wild or volunteer crop is comparatively a failure but a number of farmer have become interested in the cultivation of this fruit Among these is Mr J J Lane of Florence Station He has al ready marketed from one acre 100 crates at an average of S2 per crate and says the propects are for nearly as much more for which ho will realize as good a price Thus is the second season of bearing The berries require little cultivation Paducah News Volcanic Krnplions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklena Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 2 SOME HOTEL RULES To Govern a Place to Suit All The Kickers A great deal of acrid cackle is ut tered nowadays upon the question of rights to most timings under the sun all the way from woman rights to the rights of guests at hotels It would seem moreover that this agitation has extended to some of the hotel keepers if one may judge from a set of fanciful not to say burlesque rules drawn up by a London hotel keeper who is evidently something of a wag and which seem to indicate that even this class of worm was going to turn and declare that a few privileges were reserved for it 1 The motto of some hotels should be say the new rules Do unto others as they will do unto you 2 There are three departments upstairs downstairs and outdoors Out doors is the cheapest 3 If the bell in your room is broke wring the to well 4 No alarm clocks furnished by the management Before retiring wind up your bed and hear the ticks 5 To prevent guests from carrying fruit from the table it is judicious to provide no fruit Guests having nightmare will find harness in the wardrobe 7 Thirteen at dinner table is n bad sign It is a sign that we will have no supper 8 Each room is supplied with a handsymo chTonio card with the fol lowing inscription to Honesty is the bestpolicQrnau 9 If the hotel is not on the right side of the street let it bo known at tho office and it will bo promptly moved to the other side 10 No spoons allowed on the table occupied by newlymarried couples This is to prevent spooning in public 11 Guest are not expected to pay their bills unless they prefer to do so We have seen a tree leave its trunk for boardAIly Slop r London ALL WOMEN AGRE A druggist in Macon GI says have sold a large quantity of Mothers Friend and have never known an in stance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for it All women agree that makes labor shorter and less painful Moths friendis not a charc rcmeJy Its rooi effecb are readily eneej ail cemani passedtheexplair and lessens the pains of delivery it is also 6 the greatest benefit pregnane111Qrnll1g ithe strained muscles permitting them to AtotherIto breasts is done away with completely SoJdydnirzIstjforSI atKit4Se THE WTADF1ELD REQULATO CO 1ATLth7A QA bus UM04Go1i fwpcis ae iis l 1 tIfJ r J 1 l Is tbo host for Femsle Troables Corrects nil irregularities In Kemalo Organs Should be tak j for rhann of Ls rnd Ixsforo CblUBlrth Planters OS Tine BrcrilM havo Stood the test for twentj years Made only by HewPpencorSleOlcliiaCo Chat tnya fr neKr Perry Thomas druggists successors to W Q White dec8lyr AU druggists sell Dr Miles Norvo Plasters 5 4 S a S S S II PLEASE TRY ip i CANDY CATHARTIC or e IRing out the old Ring in the new Bisg dut tho false Ring in the true Vt 3g to you the new and true from the pIney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cutout the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes art healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD BY GOOD DRUGGISTS SlzeiUII AM 88 YEARS OLD and never tuftl PineTarNonyinweak ones Btrone Jin M A UetcOIe Pcdacah Kr Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York 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 PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager may313m Sell Your llides 1AND BUY YOUR T Seed Potatoes at Thurmans e pay tlie Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth I THURMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY Ii5 Thats why you want to see them 1 before you buy Wineaii our r InSU1anc S Gasoline Stove as 6tFOTINDONLYATTIIEf I Cash Hardware Store of- tI DOUGLAS SfMA10NSf 4 ScrcenDoni s Water Coolers tRefrigerators Champion Bin lk ders andMowersv Ha pnkes Binder Twine Etc St mebily U Jr 1 C IJ i I ALL I DRUGGISTS f p S t S p S rrr 8 ALL Madson Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PJIOPJIIKTOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY 4 + + Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tin PH of the Al E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly IKUII a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all claws buyers Elfn W 05 UOUCHEK one of time boat workmen in Vntn1 Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us fur designs which will be furnished on application ffYOVR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J757VIES T HMILTON Proprieto- rHIGHEST = =GR 112 ++1 +++++++ + + I BICYCLE 2 2 GENTS COLUMBIAN 2050LADIES I I BEST BICYCLE BUILT FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT I AH we require is 100 down balance payable after examination We are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider givenS of color helghth of frame or any gear desired largeSWRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TODAYJ COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO Sapr263m CLEVELAND OHIO 2 hnnnnnrtl1lUllUUU11U11UUUU1111U11II11JUUUJIU11UUUUJ1IUI uuti A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYErh PILE i PIbEiiliUBEt CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS MMES f IlliAlD SM Prodetr 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JanlMr REPAIRING nfccALE LANE JE1TEJLER PTIOIAN2ND STREET RICHMOND KY Jill WHY SUFFER AGONY When DON3 COMPLETE CURE i t to euro ominpiillpiiysioiiiKoKnita The iurst lc itincufc Lririirs i lr1C iiI t18 Jr hUicured thousntMls nrt pHCI v gnu fv- MH T fWILOcX irnri H tucimnz tritjimtza- aml olilpf otVtiaChuftvwvAVraiiijssriiH i II Afuryciwvf snferin JJCVS JIotr wfestr Imo code to me fio Use of 6ri ituiijlcctetl a perniirj r I v tuntaril piv yoiV Cj tUUemcnt hoplpit i J CpcfbriourigjiourxWOBderful remedy b ttc iitt f1frjk wthufs Fill fcriug with piles 1t i i Price LCO Praai to 5z3r iH Ii ki COftVliCURES PI it lJ 111