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VOLUME 26t RICHMOND, rsi"r-- MADISON COUNTY, rar rai KENTUCKY, il Irri ll WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 1899. r- NUMBER 7. a B r""0 ra r"3 mlr trii l. fnn -i 1 rr; mJ i m mi I m ml (T?l mJ I bithjb FajgnaFgrTaE3-aBns3rf- Hi JVlen's Stylish t4t - Up-to-D- ate $g TO CLOSE OUT and Summer Clothing. Our Stock of Spring . sfSJ Here You Are For W 9 Every one worth tha regular prico, but we want to sell them. JELere is what they will cost. at the reduced price. The difference be- tween the former price and the present is just what you save, for every suit is worth tne originalt price. 1 MM Sixes. Prices To-d- V w yv" TIT wo invn r ifip.if or tn n sifift t i in. i cr.itfi nnen into ovnrv suit and oaa nair ()fpllits of this season's stock. We don't Avaiit to carry. a piece over. These low prices offered should move them. : - TT - - - . A Very Urge?-Lin- ol Popular ay s jj' We Sell You iSIS::::r.::::::.".::::::8iS A S7.50 0.2o for A S10.00 AS12.50 k nt - nn iv oio.uu uM9 Suit Suit for Suit r for .'a ... suit- ior a $18.00 Suit for A $20.00 Suit for - It 'P f 0A A PMUltS Money-Save- r Evty Pair M -- ' $1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 5.00 0.00 Pair Pair Pair Pair Pair Pair Pair Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pair Pants Pair Pants for for for for for for for for for ; $ .75 1.20 1.50 1.85 2:25 2.G5 1b"i 3.15. 3.75 4.75 Bm&Mm . ;. '.. 7.50 9.50 11.50 13.50 15.50 TCmiii- This is a regular '" " fuln Snip.!- No Fnkn! to .every one that purchases. An onnort.nnit.v von flo I"! JJ not often iret.. : ' 1 Boys' KneePanf Snfta $1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 n.00 6.00 Youths' Suits, Sizes 30 to 35. $ 4.50 Suit for 5.00 Suit for Good Qualities and Low Prices. , $ 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.75 7.50 9.50 11.50 Suit for 7.00 Suit for 10.00 Suit for 12.50 Suit for 15.00 Suit for G.00 These Goods will not be equaled. .No one will show you as large a .af lection, Please note prices, come and see the goods, and you will be con- Sr vinccd that even suit and cverv nair of pants is a Bargain. Come all. Is " va 'JR" They arc yours while they last for the above price. sc- - Suits for: Suits for Suits for Suits for..' Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for . '. ;...... r $1.00 1.50 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.50 i m S 1 A Full Line of Sizes. Bring.-th- e Boys in. I ijjjrilUBIBIBfBr I n INTO. B B rfHJ B M B M B m 213 "WEST IVnIiT STIRIBIHIT. c c. WHITE FROT.' r welcome is this style that even new night 'Ih-- s ar Imili upon in flowing, grace-til- l lilies. The iif wext one is galhered ta drnw-triit- g TaBr?aBr?iyBrfaB7tiJBf?tiiBrfaBlrHJBriaBr G0EDEL CANARDS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. For Rent! Choice of three good office rooms over Douglas & Simmons' hardm ware store, Main St. Also vei3 desirable eight-rooresidence, with modern conveniences. GRIGGSBY & MDNCEY. Tlio gold Etandaul jircss seeins to never tire or relax in its eflorts to inae W. MILLER. it nppear that the Democratic party is ab iut to back down from the Chicago Attobnky-at-Laplatform, or weaken in its determinaKkxtccky. Richmond, tion to renominate Mr. Hryati, It is Office In the Burnam Bailding, next door to always hatching plots and counterplot?, feM-l- y armer's National Rank. and as faHt as one of i's canards is exposed it rrratrs another. It predicted J. that the Democratic national coinmit-tce.ati- ts conference at St. Louis in may. would take a stand in favor of Attokkkva KENTUCKY. dropping silver, lint not a voice was RICHMOND, Office over TylrH Hardware store, op-- ,i raised to that effect in the committee . L'i meeting and every speech in the composiiti uuuri riiiiiKC, 1111 jji.uu omci. mittee meeting and at the great banii. n. HOrto, quet t'tat followed was for Bilvcr. It ATTORNEY AT LA W. Kentucky. UiritMoxn. Ollice No. 13 First St.. tip etairs. 31 30 jk 11 T - I. 0. &,D. M. CI1KNAULT, YS A T A TTOJlNE Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over Chen- . mltV tirfh-ery- LA W, Dr. Louis H. Landman No WO Wnt Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Zimmcr, Richmond, Ky., on .P2TSICIA1TS. DHS GIBSON, & WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1899, y. GIBSON, . Depressed I Sec s7- was so at the bimetallic ineetinu at JiOtiisville the following week, and again in the Kentucky Democratic convention ten days ago, and at the Columbut O , meetini: the past week. And even the Tammany Foil nil of July celebration nound up in a Bryan linrrh. Still the gold standard prei-- s goes on in itt fixed purpose It in now declaring that Stone will lm turned down foi chairman of the national committee meeting in Chicago, .lu'y 20, in favor of Senator Martin, of Virginia, ilimuirli the efforts oi Gorman' anil oilier East ern influences antagonistic to Bryan: and when Stone is unanimously "liosei to prebide.ms lie will be, it will then say it all happened becauKO Stone waiknown to be unfriendly to Bryan and weakening on silver. There such systematic, nnrenxonable nfid un conscionable lying going on in the American press as is now being indulged in by the metropolitan papers,, nearly all of which aro controlled in the interest of the gold standard. Hut it seems to have no effect whatever on the Democratic party, as the feeling for Bryan and the Chicago pint for in was never tuoie pronounced or uuivorsal than it was-nev- et Royal V Absolutely Ipure SOVAL SAKfNO POWDER Baking Powder They are in circular anil has long, lull tIt Is pretty eii'iugli to wear in day liuht. s'-ir- just under the bust, KXKbYN CAHIiK. a IS II II SMI III 1 j Kintuc-k- Fair Dates. Tkn I C,M!i.Ii. rt ImArlno I I lie Lcauuig opuusauou ui Hiii5iiuaii 20 YEARS 250,000 IK OHIO. CUBED. H Makes the food more delicious and wholesome CO.. NCW YORK. is y. Oweufibnro-Mewenge- r. His liife Was San). PHYSICIAN AND SUllOEVN, Kentucky. Richmond. SO returning erery second Wednesday o. each' Offi... in lit In l!f .linft btilldlnr. lft Sfld month. Reference erery physician of Rich- and Street, over Wniii . old drusnore. fehl6-lmond, Ky. - 1LHS EEBIL! SHORT LINE TO CHAS. HOOKER, I ETKRINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentiitry and Sterility a Specialty. nn stairs, over store recently nccu- nied by Richmond liarness Co., East Main y St apr7-lRichmond, Ky. And is it not due to nervous Things always exhaustion? look so much brighter when wc are in good hcahh. How can you have courage when suffering with headache, nervous Mr. J. E. Lilly,' a prominent citizen of Hannibal. Mo., lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful denth. Ill telling of it he s.iys: "I was taken prostration and great physical weakness? Would you not lite to be rid of this depression cf spirits? By removing the How? cause. Ey taking New Orleans -- IT. C. Oflice Telephone Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. TuUraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night and runs through ' to San Francisco. Ail; rnttr tlrkft .irrnt for nartlculars or TfritO toR II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans. A. II. HANSON. WM. A. KELL0ND, A.O.P.A-,LonlsvilIO P. A. Chicago. e- Medicine and JASPER, M. J) . Surgery-- Prather Bttildini!, Main Street. at resilience (the Carr pUce) on RlCltMOKP, --- -- U(vnuw.jM KENTUCKY. with Typhoid Fever, that ran into Pneumonia. My lungs became hardened. I was so wciik I couldu't eveii sit up in bed. Nothing helped me I expected to sinn die of Consumption, when I heahruf Dr. King's New Discovery. Oue Lottie gave gicat relict. I continued lo u?e it and now am wull and btrong. I can't mv too much in it praino " TIiIn marvelous medicine surt-b- t and quiekot cure In the world all Throat ami Lung Trouble. Regular size 5(1 cents and $1.00 Trial bottle freo at Terry & Thomas' Drug 2 Store; every bottle Luaranteel. h fr low well he stands at home sl(ovs in he fact that his people have three elected hiiu State uns in hiim-SMoalso made him their repreconvensentative in the tion. How a nfan stands at home is the way t iudge of him and Senator Giebel bus shown how'high Ids people told him in their estimation. In regard to the trickery and other means resorted to in the convention, the reports are exngerated. There.was.no more than is custoinaiy in such conventions. He did a Iiitle trading him-el- f, by getting ilie other fellows to vote for him on the promise of helping their frfends, which he did. He the platform and staled that .here was no leasou for the hue and ciy Hgaiust the Goebel hill, lint, even it it were as indefensible as its enemies tuv. the way to get rid of it is not by voting lor the Republican?, who nevtr repealed a mean law in their history. He also endorsed the other bills, which he thought should and would.be pushed by the next Legislature witli some improvements, resilllrmed Jiis allegiance to the t hicngo platform, denounced the war as present prosecuted In the Philippines, deplored lnllitai both in Kentucky and National atTubb uitl cloed with an eli.picut appeal t Democrats to stand ,by theircolois and vole the ticket from lop to li'itumi. The j'ldgo is a tine Speaker, a man of I'orreaiid inti ltect uinl will in:ikV hunevery when-hi- s dreds of voir for stiver voice is hi anl I Ji-tlo-pm- ly to present style. form. The material used for a little boy's mantle is a matter of interest Dost & Co. show these classic little gai meiits made of c'oth, Hue serge or cheviot English velveteen is alw usd. for mantles of this discription. d D linings to harmonize half-lengright-coloreth with the dress material are the correct thing. A lovely gown is of lettuce colored foulard, patterned with while. and with Greek border of white satiu lib.ni, lapels of same, aud flounce- of white stlk crape. corset rover shirred The round the waist is a beautirul bit of work, w it h its trimmings of lace or tine needlework; but tlu lovely lace U. & ti. cot set worn under it is really too pretty to cover up. 'rMie empire gown is revived; and so low-neck- M The following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so far WE CURE EMISSIONS a reported: Notbinc ciiii lij wr ilcuiornliiioc to I Rii lnnond, Aug. 1, 2, 3 and 4th. men, than the pres-- 1 young nr iniIJIr-n?i'- J TheT I enfta nf thoM niirhtlT lnie.." U'xiugton August 8 5 days. nervaufucs. n tecunx II frouaeo VI of tlirKur' n' l ft nhiila tmln ( symptom. yfi Iluslonville, August days. ... I.n.lnuj ir.ml I 44 Tl . Madisomille, August 0 1 days. No matter I life and rocisl harpinef. whethir ennwd br evil bnbils in rocth. Lawremcbiirg, August 16V1 days. nnturnl wrakDeM or rexuat rxceses. our I New Method Treatment Trill iositirelj Lebanon, August 15 J days. caier n. Columbia, August 22 I days. M0 PAY Alexandria, August 22 5 days., Header, ' it r.ttsl liclp. Karly obufo or Louisville (Colored Fair),Auguat 22 later eicojfo. may bare weakened yoa. Kxporuie rosy haro disa.eil yon. Yoa 5 days. are mt safe till cured. Oar New .Method Uerinantown, August 234 days. iriileu.oyuu. You run lo ink. Broadhead, August 2:11 days. Shelhyville, August 23 o days. ' Vons Slan Toa ro pale, fecblo? Spriuglleld, August 23 3 days. aim n.tK.- -i . Kervous, irnuiuia auu Vo i hecomo fortclful. moroK, Dard.-towAugust 293 days. i.nJ desmiHlent: Llotrhc.. aad pimple.'. piinkeii ejm. wrinkled face, stooping LaGrange. August 303 days. form nn downcast cruntenaoeo rcrea' Florence, August 30--;3 days. the blight f yuur existence. Klizaheihtown.'Sepieinber 5 t day. W CURE; VARICOCELE I owling GieoiLSepiember 13- -4 davn. fcrion your case msy JvJ N matter GiHPgow. Ketember 204 days. 85 CURE' SUITS THE POCKET, of merit. The possess ever the eye and the ear. All the Pianos and- - Orpins shown here are instruments -- n, thing essential to sweetness and strength of tone and 1 ( boauty of finish. The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a guaraiitei-o- f its excellence. HARDING & RIEH2T. tiuthrie. September HoiseCJave, Kptemler a7-- 4 days. Ovvtnsboro, October 3 S days 27 4 daj-s- . 'i iieatmknt wuim cure It. Tho, "wormy tcins" Iretnrn . .: 1.. lft' I . ...... ,j(i,u', I'lugt uoui.ru- KJ ment. Iha orcans become vitalized, all -1 1 ..... tat -I Successful competition ini any Woman's Mission. field deprnds on INI) .ml inanlr tio tem(oraryl It n( nt. out n Teriiianrnt cure asureil. I CL III,, .,....) ,T.. lowers jrlcrn. H. G. KENT, Agent, RICHMOND, KV. . All I'AY. NU UI'KKA- TlO.N' FUOa llfSIXCSS. physical health. W. EVANS, M D., JUDGE BKECKiriniOGE 01'ENS THE CANVASS. "IrciiMONt). Physician and Surgeon, " Kentucky -- Stanford Jouraal l kupli ni Time of Trains Ohio Railway. ' DTI. T. J. TAYLOll, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. and residence on Second Street. ' It 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- at Winchester, Ky. Accora WEST BOUND. D31TTAL STJP.CEKT. .. 6 H- am . . 7 30 am ... 2 00 pra 69 pin 9 in am 53 am 6 30 pm 81 pm lit. Sterling and Lexington Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited P. F. V EAST ROUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom .. New York Limited F. F. V Lexinirton and MU Sterling Accom Rastern Express tor Louisville moves all impurities from your blood. Send for our book on Nervousness. To keep in good health you must have perfect action of the bewels. Ayer's Pills cure and biliousness. or IJoisvittK, Ky. next door to Government Building, MchmSnd, Ky. Office honrs- -9 to J2-- 1 to 1. ' nMrl7-l- y SEimsT, Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except SUn d.v nth. ftraln. rtin dallv. through sleeping ind dining car service to For intormatloB, rates or sleeper reservation K. HOOD, Afiit L.&N.Ky all on or write or OEOROK Yt. BARNEY j" O . A. C. 0. Xy., XMlMftOB, Ky. new xoric. .8 jyt. MKD SMITH, l'rrbp Tcu vrnultt like to consult" vme eminent phyIcin, about your tonrtltlou. Then write ui freely all the particulars In yonr esse. You will a prompt replr. without enw Asfcrn. DK. J. C. AVER. - Mfrfff Cectofs V . .' Lowell. Has. J!y mcM by MrOAoa; ever CsIIIm' Sracery. SH. W. HSflE, sme JaslMy oce Without aoiioiineeiiU'iit snve what we could give bv the word of month. Judge It. J. HieckinridgH opened his canvass of the Slate ticket hero yesterday. His son. Morrison Itreckiuridge, telephoned us Friday morning that he would steak here, hut unfortunately the message came alter we went to prera lie started by Haying that m Mr. Walton, of the Intel i r Journal, hod first put the bee in his bonnet to run for attorney general and the people of Lincoln had so lieartilv endorsed his candidacy, he wanted to coine here first and return his thmiks to him and them. Then ho paid a. grand tribute to the head uf.tlte ticket., He had known Senator Goenel for years and had found hfm to be ths.iKrtil of honor and honeety nd therwer W ny man m a mm. ia thStte (a Vlawyer hJ we treat nt cure Mi'iuiii. questions about tlJ.KGT. KMISIONS. TMfOTENCY.j woman's future rl llll'l Ttlb. VAUUTOUtiliK. tSK.MI- NAI J,USfcS. itl.AUDKK AND Kll arc constantly XKV di rases. CONSULTATION A red sow, weighing about tM poundx. oa unasked. charges viusn. hooks FitJ-:E- . to my place, near Cedar Cliff Ford. Dmwiiin" If l.nahlo to call, write I WOI'ERATK. tihall they practice law? Shall women vote? Creek, about June IS, and has since brrirvmrnl UOMUl LL.VNK for f .r a Ol!. STIO all they compete with men in every field? for by me. Owner can bare same by TllEAl MEXT. TIMLAKKS. and paying charges. hatever woman's mission may finally be de TTZt$. m Julyl2-Iclared to be, it Li certain that something it m KENNEDY rvERGANW must be uonc ior her physical health. Ignorance, superstition and mystery sur- m jj 122 W. FOURTH ST., Patronize round wqman's delicate organism. Heroic CINCINNATI, O. efforts to endure pain is. part of woman's creed. Many women's lives arc aconslant struggle with lassitude; many are violently j ill without apparent cause, and icw indeed Insure yonr dwelling, barns Vnd all oilier UiMiisirrk's imii .Nerve property in Ithe Blue Urasa Insurance . Coinp,i-.- . are in normal health. ... V .. .. t n II . . u, ajaiu pinii vj ., - uvuic iluniniiuuu Was tho result of bis splendid This is nil wrong and might be different Oires protection against Fire, Lightning aud FREIGHT and most reliable Tornado. if women1 would follow Dr.llartman's adhealth. Indomitable Mill and tremeu PREPAID. company for the people of our county now vice. Perhaps the most practical printed dous ene.rgy are not found where stoin operating in the State. andgt.-- i cheaper cir talk to women to be found anywhere Is in Fortiis style year as long as you continue in the company aeh, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels anFor further information call ou tbei1' agent new hta Dr. Iiartman's book called Health and" arm sewmg and collector, 8. K. I!. HLACK. Attorney a. nul of order. If you want these qualiMedicine Co., Beauty,"' which the lacbtnewitli Law, Uichmond, Ky , nfflce on Maiu ties and tho success they bring, e all rttach-tncilt- s opposite Court House, next door to State Columbus, O., will mail free to women war- - &Xrust Co., second Moor. Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Ti.cy deonly. It Is certain that Dr. Iiartman's aoted lojears. If J. II. CARTER, Tre. velop 'every poworof bmiu and IhxIv. has proved a perfect boon for mayM-l- y C O. BOSWOI1TII. Ilfactoryiu jodaya ' Only 2Gc at Perry & Thomas' Drug women's diseases of the pelvic organs. It moTiPT win be re. rt funded. Rend cash treats thijtn scientifically and cures them t store. with order. THi permanently, All druggists sell it. circular 4sent on NEW Y0EX TASHIOiTS. "I received your book and commenced' the use of your medicine at once," writes WHATOK Jvt'F--O CO., KY. Mrs. II. I). Amoss of Greensboro, Ga., to M4POURTH AVt. LOU13VIL, t. clioniiso is no The i art ri i -- Dr. Ilartlnan. " I took five bottles of mch23-6longer In fashion. It has again disapI feci like a jw. woman. When I commenced and two of Man-a-lipeared, even from the bargaln-connter1 auld hardly walk across Btry room; now I am doing my owb taking It is predicted that the dys of the work" and caa walk lo chutch.' 1 shnll never ease to thank yon for prescribOontnln'1 n roispt-separate skirt and silk shirt waist are ing for me. I had heen under the treatment f two doctors but never received in ui Commenced talcing your Jnedicinc. I wish every n numbered. Let us hope this not true. any benefit until Ias was would send, for onj of yoitr booksJ May Uodvoman. nuii futvrtatainjt fibless I who was suffering .".jii:iiit.-r':-l A happy combination of corset-covr you and Fparc you itiany years to relieve wom-j- who arc suffering as I was." and short skirt has taken the place of Fifty thousand women will be counselled Ad prescribed for this year free of shmsM bit- K It ho' Umv mill, near Waco, about thrRr ICrlpll'i--- , ..'-- . , r tjie shelved chemise. charge by Dr.. HsvrtiiMm, president of th"Stjrgioal Hotel. Colambuft, 0. AU L muatsau ww lumner '7 I. Bicycle shirts must rnch to within rroaw;a suifMrtef inxa 4isa of th blcous tscabrM7ier My Uv HUM Will Mi M MH IT HtM M HH. Fur ASVIIU W.I 1 Lit t M'I W rarcn inches of tint ground to conform pullar ilk 9t wop", tasvy write to W mi tho letsj wU w owtktt Mnk for wnn, pmsptU MtkHcisWrirt iwr covert tlatU or t)j)ck awMikin. PHItAKLPHlA. ft CUBES GUARANTEED 1AMILIAR Estray Hog! M&smm wjmm lone 2 5.. ' 1 Pe-ra-- na u-- i"'. u W Pc.-ni-- Pe-ru-- n. s Pe-ru-- Lflwkr For Snle! K . uti . ! er ut rvi 1 pcil fr--w SUPPLEMENT. w w iw RICHMOND CLI V1AA RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, SUPPLEMENT. VOLUME 26. . r. .1 f KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 1899 Pr'mtStiowsthroufh NUMBER 7. We have only to settle down in the .trict. S. K. Disliman, of Ki.(x county. A Time For all Things. Will store your wheat II1BM party harnts and pull togethrr. The il'lvamce oi M II f"r l,H'r UEItltY WAS TIIKItE. Mr S. Neville Molx'rley pmpiietnref I dee result will he an "" t'",rst! 'I Democratic II IT ('lines or he wheatstoreA FOK ROVKRKdlt, heg'eat Furniture Emporium beaiing ( ougreesmaii W The visitors were: will !Bl victory ami ihe eternal dfleal of ll o HON. W'rr.l.IAM GOEBKL, d name, has done mi well this real it at a low monthly rate. Hetry, Congressman Dave Smith, C V. publi' an rule in Kentucky " jnlyl2-t- f OF KKNXOV COUNTY. Me hoid, of Springfield; Breck Hill. (.1 that he dislikes even localise one disALL A KI7.7.LK. Wiui'liester; John IS. Cheuatilt. of Rich- cord in the hariuonv of good times at By Special Request Dr. Goldstein Has DeFOB MKUTKNANT ROVKBNOB, 00 Tlio eirorts to create, dsensions in mond; Urey Woodson, of Owensboro; his s, ore. But he has some ea 0 cided lo Remain Until Saturday. J,C W. HKCKAM, t)ce- accounts thai he vrou'd gi'eaily be the party will be entirely unavailing. It. 0 and ( has. A. "Wilson, of 0 OF NKION COUNTY. The lint fHiluro of the L. and N. ina 0luisville; W. 1. Thome, of Kininemt; pleased to collect, ami asks in to rerfsea. 0 met tinjr at IhiwIi'ii Cri-eis in iiself a Iaiius Detcognls, of G. 1J mind his patrons.that the 1st of Julv. 0 FOB ATTOBNKY pKNKKAI., Aiitlicient inilicaiioii of that. Any oi.e Scott, of Jexsamine county; J. it. eiillug time, is a thing of the recent 0 -It. J. ISRl'OKINKIDliK, 0 past. You know the rest. with proper conception can Bee whtre Mount, of Oldham county; O. U 0 oe OF BOYI.K OUXTY. the alleged entilllellt of Jackson count: ; and J. 15. WilGOSSIP FROM ESTILL. arises. It is directed against Uoebel in lis, of Clark fotinty. 0 FOB AUD1TOU, tiaine, but against the platform in fact. "ongressman Berry was anxious to DOS'T FORGET IT 0 GUS COULTKK, A. A. B., In Woodford Sun. 0 If you will look up the reeotd of any address the committee. He wanted to OF OBAVKS COUNTY. E3TI1.I, SrniNCiS, July 8. 1 believe 0 . s man who Htilwciibcs to an auti Goebel prop-is0 a plan for electing Prtcinct Ex0 letter printed in an L. and N. newspa- ecutive Committeemen instead of a'p ihat under tile manarcinenr. of Will FOB TBKA8UBKB, 0' 0 per, you will find that he is either a pointing then:, hut the rule excluding I'lionias, Ettill Spiiliigs is destiuetl.to -8. W. HAGEK. ne restored to its pristine glory. Back IS man who has been wrong with his troin the meeting all but candidates e0 Ot IJOYO COUNT If. ' It is mv specialty to lit glasses iu in iho ilfiles, it was not only Ken0 party on the money question ora man and Committeemen left him no oppor0 tucky's most popular and elegant resort, such a manlier that tiiey relieve the 0 who is iulhiPiiceii or controlled by the tunity to do so. FOK SKOKRTABY OF STATK. eyestrain perfectly; fitting the eye with out bad the patronage of many wealthy spectacles, that you .ran iseo with eabe 1. and N. railway. CALHlJ i:iCKtKlXltlJK HILL, 0 Our ilisirlct was Aiuoni; the visitors was one gentle- people fioin the far smith.' Such men and comfort, thus prescrvim: the eve. 0 OF CltABK county. stionger for liar in than his own was. man who 0 i a stranger to mo.-- t of the as Henry CI iy used io seek rest ami Jn examining tl(0 eye only the late-- t OS There Is no dissatisfaction there now to Kentucky D mortals. He was Alien ami uiLst,, improved 00 FOB COMMISSION KIC OK A(!BICUI.TUBK ee... beneath the spreading stiuineiits aie used t methods and m compare with that which existed while W. Clark, of Indiana, Secretary, of the recreation 0 hiauches of its magnificent oaks, and 0 l'liysii-ianl.N". KALI., especially are 'invited to iho organized old-bu- g movement was Ohio Valley league of Bimetallie O0 I i y and lush ion ol the sOlitli call and iuvestigat.i my methods of OF JKKFUltSO.V COUNTY. 4I?iyiitas, !,Vityh alive. I know the feeliutrof lho nconle. Clubs, and the statement was made that the iea ii in Lawns, Choice .Many coi reeling errors of lefraction. ind 1 know Unit the Fourth District he was piestiit asa representative ot glided over the glistening floor of its casses ol lieadaebe, neuralgia, nervous0 big ball-roo('lro"pons, FOB SUF'T. OF l'UIII.IO INPTUCTION, Piquob, Gin'li:urisr sm'd 9 ness, irritability, insomnia, vertigo will bivm Goebel the biggest Demo- - Hon. W. J. I'.iyan, to learn tho disposi0 k II. V. McCHESXKY, Alter such a beginiiiuir, it sulTered a nervous prostration and the seeming eae..- 0 eratie insjoi ily she has given any cati- - tion of the men in the new Democratic Porui.es. All p.irlial telipse which lasted many stupidly of children aie oftun due to OF I.IVINOTi)N COUNTY. ' Tie Morris is a Favorite. O illiiale in veas." organization toward the great silver During Capt. TIiuiiuis' ovvner-shi- p detective vision caused hy an aluior-ui00 TElt:PKIC.ES It D. llingo, the Executive Commitleader. Mr. Clalk himself said, howcurvature ot the cornea or crysKOK BAILUOAO eOMJIISMONKlt, 3l HIST. it lias steadily improvetl, but talline leu-- ; or to an irreirularitv of the 0 teeman fioin the Fourth District, ever, that he came to confer with memtOTi A- - W. HAMILTON. 00 tneie was much to do to hum: it to refinctiiii; media of the eye, and are OO tho same opinion ;ts his co- bers of the committee about furnishOF MT. KTKItLINCl. modem reqtiireuienls elieved at once nion application of the O0 '' ' ' lleague, Mr. Siniins, and other Hardin ing speakers iu the coiuiin: campaign ) ; 00 This year Mr. Will B. Thomas as- proper glasses. Ninety' per cent- ol the 00 men who were not interviewed lajfore people over 41) years olagCneed glasses, FOB BFl'BKSKNTATIVK, SB ' sumed its management, ami being full and IW per cent, of the 00 need them A Popular 'Wcl&lae 7rip. the meeting of the eoliiniiltee declared 00 llON. V. W. COM liS, OO Uf enelgy, very much in love Willi the for tbstatice. their allegiance and eoulLleuee in the 00 disMADISON COUNTY. If yon want a deliglufnl wedding ,mice', willing to spend money on ii Ul always given to 00 oliitess ot the liiket during the meeting tiip where yi ii are not likely lo meel eyesight but to lelieve undue 00 litely, nud a bom executive, he has i OS ANNOUNCEMENT Louislequaiiilauees, take one of the I). & C dune the work of years in a few mouths, strains; iu short to assist nature. Thou EASY KOft PKItCV. 00 eyes are mined yearly. Seven Oo new stiel COUNTY JUDOE. steamers to the ind has brought it to it point where it sand ot out of ten. have neither eyes, FOR Immediately after Chiiirman Allie person 00 Frost-nippe- d Wc authorized to announce to JOIINC re ClIKN'AULTacandidatu lor JUDOE Young called the joint uieeiing to or Island of CimiI ISteezes. Staferolnsaud can Safely be pionouiu-e- the finest alike, and one. out of 20 Astigmatism;' CUT PRICES OX ALL OO County l'ailor r served thirty days iu advance milliner icsort in this State. the necessity of testing each eye iieiice O0 JuOrc, subject to the action of the Democratic der in the Capitol Hotel, at 2:25 p. in., eparately. Special attention is given 00 party. Coloiit-- Jack Cliinn moved that all but Siid two cent stamp for illll.-tiata... to lit any iiu quality that may exist bepamphlet, Aildrss, A. A. SciiANtZ 00 SUMMER UNDERWBAR. A good sized force was put on tin tween the refraction of the eye. candidates and members of (he FOB COUNTY CLERK. 00 1). & C.,1'eti:oit, Alien Optical science, has made rapid adOO jiouods, waiks mid diiv.n ihlofpring We are authorized to announce AltCH committees l r ijuestel to leave the G. pa., 00 KAVANAUUH DOTY forCounU Clerk, sucject hurt 31 if and the place links llko a beautiful vances wilhiii tile lasi few years, the room. The holloiable ami imlefatigu-bl- o 09 to the action of the Democratic Paity. correct adaption of spectacles: has OO We are authorized to announce C. M. l'etey Haley was then elected a tlintalict profession. The opticKENTUCKY CROP REPORT. p.uk. It is dotted with ruslie seatsaud 00 a candidate for County Clerk, subject OO swings in shady places. 1'nc pilgrim ian who thoroughly understands Ids in acknowledgment of bisper-lietnBlac-00 to the action of the Democratic Faity. Oxfords, regular Wnnicn's Tan :uul We. are authorized to announce D 11. TEVIS n.oitgagc upon all olliics to CONDITIONS OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK to the iion spring fii.tls a charming business realizes fully that in adjust-hit- ; a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the his ciutumeis glasses . which no salary is attai lad. Tlio JULY 1ST, 1890 rustic Minimer house built over the tieatiug will (ormost delicate' andhe Is price Sl.50, m be puruhiised'in. ine OO action of the Democratic party. prea spring, wheie ho can lest between cious oigan, wheie the slightest error 00 got down to husiiiefs and oe...next Tkm Days fotSi:00-iVirfil1iSi-- 5fIteports nceived this mouth from 155 drinks. Around the hotel htiinhn-- . the may result seriously, while if he does FOR SHERIFF. remained iii session nearly two hours. OO oeWe are authorized to announce .IOHN F. OO cxiriesNiudenis representing 104. coun landscape gardener is vry much iu his work wetlt he not only gives comI 11 HI rctluceil. . . WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison Hon. J. C. S. Ulackbuin, the nominee 09 mit aud ease n his pan oils, but in 00 county subject to the action of the Democratic of the Democratic State Convention, foi ties. eiidence. many- instances restores sight. O0 party. WHEAT OO a... care should be taken in We are authorized to announce JOHN W. Senator, was asked to aildiess the Winter wheat harvest is over and i.TL A lot of big poicelain-liue- d 09 BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for ij b.ilb tnlw the first pair of spectacles, nor He spoke at some length, 09 Sheriff, subject to the action of the Democratic threshing has begun iu many of the with hut and cold water, iu handsome should it be attempted without the aid 09 party. predic.ing tiuvess for the ticket, and ifli 00 We arc aethorized to announce MARTIN advibing"i s to s It is most 9 litis in ihe winter wheat belt. So far finished iu ash, are a most of icspousiblc optician, OO the met In (Is by which il impoitrlit tliat the leiiserf should be acO ENTRY a candidate for Sh'ritfof Madison OO repoiis fri in thieshers bear out piedic- - decided aiuitisiiiou. Those for the curately centered and or tlie best qualihe most certainly hecured OO county, subject to the action of the Democratic might OO party. Senator Goebel was the next speaker, .ions of a dtcieasedi yield and it is safe ladies are upstairs and the gentlemen'. ty, and tlio frames so made that 'tlib . oo We are authorized to announce F. B. BROAD-DU- S All'.sizes,',gc)pd (o say total yield of winter wheat will baih room downstairs. Every thing wearer looks directly through the ten OO a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county, and he touched upon salient points of h ' fall short of aide harvest estimates. 00 subject to the act kn of the Democratic party. plan of orgauizition, dwelling-esp- i about the place has been put iu perfect ter. Glasses nicely ntteti to ttiedace ,CST.' , And remember our daily 09 ns well as a prii.g wheat Is from two to three order. Neatness is the OO ami heroine an ornament OS upon the importance of cariying e is ' OO FOR ASSESSOR. Clothing. Suits complete at weeks Lite with prospects favorable for your bed looks bo snowy you can hard necessity. elections, in which he anticipa We are, authorized to announce JOB OLDOO HAM i full yield on an average acreage-Tbresoiiily bear to muss it up by getting into it. a candidate for Asexor of Madison ted the most vigorous efforts of Wholesale P,rfcQS,.', V ,'"1',,' subject ill thin State was well un - 00 countyparty. to the action of the Demo- aidN. and other corporations the L. cratic would 09 We are authorized to announce But the greatest improvement is iu JAS. I.. be made to dtfeat the Deinociatic can der way at close of the inoijtli. The OO BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison IS county subject to the action of the Demo- didates. '1 hen followed blitf aoterhex yield is liuht as pievioiisly indicatid, the food and ihe serice, which Is now oo rtr:. ml generally speaking, lesults me tqiiaLtu ihat of a llrst-cl.OO cratic party. " if. city hotel. by nearly all the conimitiet men, and pros00 We are authorized to announce QEOROE short of expectations. A few early crops The fare is siniple.delicioiis, spteudidiv I r. 0 NOLAND a candidate fur Assessor of Madison mi informal Filling children with spictacles t nf campaign 00 county, subject to the action of the Democratic plans. Hen D. h'inith, of fm IM tbit escaped damage from tly and rust cooked, abundant and iu ample variety. specially. the Kieveuth 600 party. Barents, 00 District; .1. T. Hedges, of the Seventh aie yielding well. The quality is su- I have paid SI per day au hotels wheie ilren's eyes.do not neglect your child -00 tidvantajre of this Take and A. G. lilea, of Ihe Tbiid. all of perior as a rule. The average yield the table could not compare lo this. FOR CniEF OF POLICE. 00 We are authorized to announce EVERETT whom had Without meaning to withhold iioiii DiHletlll cases solicited. S.iie.. .Cxiine tv ;.'AIti-- , .. supported Hardin orVtone, pel acre is K2 bushels. For the past All uucstioiis in regard to the eyes 00 BERRY for Chief rolice for () 00 Richmond, subject of the action of the City of expressed absolute eoi.lidence in the thiee ,veals the estimate average yieid the F.i'ill Springs of recent years its due cheefully answered. to the Demo00 cratic party. .Kee's. ;vhen' dy6u "want1- to' results in their counties. Air. Nnith per acie was. lor IKUS. I:! bushels; 1 817. meed of praice, I must say that this is Consultation Ami Examination to a a new Estill this year, and you cannot Fkkk. save mbney. Respectful', said that ho would not be surprised to 12 bushels; 1K!K3, is bushels 00 Otllce bonis from 10 a. am. to p. m. By sections the' average yield is, for form any idea of how delighted it is see the lleptihlicau ninioritv in the atGlyinloii parlors, Bichmoml, Ky. 00 western, 7 2 bushels; central, KV2; unless you try it. Kieveuth District cut down one-halsoutlnai-tem- , 7 bushels. fO0 OO CAMPAIGN -- OO rSEUI.V.VIXti. The afternoon 1 cauie, I met at the oo UN. oo The mmiiiittce ilecided to establish sulphur spring a stout, jolly and cour oo 1 lie coin is very uneven iu appearOO 220-22- 2 W. Main Street, campaign, headquarters in the Capitol teous strangers, with whom I bad quite -- OO ance. Early corn is laid by in good ate... Hotel, and to put the partv machinery 00 a chat. I liked him very much indeed oe... some of it is silkiugaud oo DAY PHONE S3. ii. operation at once, the campaign to RICHMOND, KY. OO Medium early corn is not so Several afternoons latere, Mr. Cteasey si a N.GHT PHONE 23, oo actually begin about August 15. Sena (owner of the Covington Common"Can All be Counted on Yonr promising, is somewhat ragged as to tor Blackburn, wiih ttin Chairman ntaml and wealth and the executive head of II. E. 0 .A 0 a..............-.......- . is suffering injury from iu Fingers," was requesieii io piepare a cauqMiirn o liiigdou ec Co., the Blue liiass Grocery :! o secis. iiinncii bugs are present in a o book for general circulation in theSlate, of couuti's but the damage is folks; asked me to m into town with number 00009099000oo9O8oaoofOoeooeoooocotoooo The Chaiimau of the committee, with him anil call on Judge lied wine, whose 'lUthrrn GirU' St liool Said Senator Blackburn Be- the candidates, was authorized io select cm. lined to rori fields adj.iceut to fields court is in session heie. I assented COLLEGE Srmiillt Si In 1itni;iii,Lre4. withnut rttrriniliim. rninti.il-iprtiapM. tlir "f hi y "Vliite w heat. Sulphur aid is a considerableacre- of There rxlra nre XT. HARR0DS3URG, a campaign committee to consist of any I'mli.i itn.I Orxan lllrrrtur. Mn .Oxoii. and went upstairs to get mv bat Comfore the Committee. age ol veiy late corn as tesiilt of failure Slrinir ltiic Plrrclor firail Ititjr CtJ of Mn.lf, Slnnnh Snrcrh .ItrntaKrs in. Art itnd in number of nienil ors deemed ad v sable. to secure a ing down. Cnasey called to hie, ''here Anifru nn.r tn.Vnt fur rrrrw Chalybeate. Fleasure Orntiml 'Hacru nmurpa.Ml inTrrm rcj'iiall. TU ItSMITH. A trvt-, - Prrs Alunnnna vttitan Sl.iti. I of stand and the planting M wUIa47athU&lff I'iiit. .f V lErnnr.ni.inir NuihIht Wmltnl oiloiMollootKHk fl.VU, F.ich Stale Central Coinmiltenmn was I went I iw l CB (flit TALUiK OKfcAfc, kfirvlgBlC 0. t.,Mttl V abandoned tobacco fields to corn. Cu' is Judge Bedwiue, now." Jlyll-g-. .toYou otn f xamlue ft at jrvurncart freight irju instructed to communicate with his I and imagine my siirpu'-- e when f rrprrct4o equal ooortovn tlat 'tnrviit ert:r E'!l!iusias(ic Meeting of Kentucky Dcrr.' and Health Resort. was retarded arly in season r tiuu.UQ, metre! Taliio yoerrBn tJ.oonr;aiM autrrtsMMl lyotheni at more money', n1 Trecinct Chaiimart and piepare incu tiva ion t r but later was pushed litoronsly. Corn fo'lnd that the hold buccaneer of Ii e olaya aiTer prict 33lo75f THIS ID tit Kimit Hir perlal 90 OP15Nra o reiaiits of the coiditions in all ocratic Leaders liuitville con lent ionuiil the unknown trail to is now c'eiii bin a..a.dirr.allTV parts of his district. The committee tion necessary the excessive culliva of the sulphur spiilig, weie one and the , .Tj IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE U ultala 100 BllM af rklt.ta, CO. ;m Ult lo clear it of wet (Is has .4aiaakia ItTOr JDlkOI BT rUklUHTiircjusD. tCIUICT TO XX1IIJUT10X, ra "a at aa If r...4 trrljkt adjourned io: meet at the call of tin I he .Itiilgti and I played several r r. hHr h milKT wa.tftcvcr matte rrre. . JI1E 1:1 rixrccTLT UTisncTOKT. micrit is KrruisixTiD. xqcii. to left it in pi Mir condition to withstand same. of QUEtN.AuotiIVnn.tnroiiinniiu;AMi.nEFTrr "M ... TaiT KrrilLiTico.oou tu.oo ..g the GRANUST IISOAIN lOOCVEt SAW, Ciuiiiliiau The next uieeiing will or ttM llln&lralhin oliiiwii which TO PKOPARP. TOR Tl!0 HUSTLING CAM together, audi toid gillies of Ihe dlt weather How pi eVali lit, except IU uairncaa aai UUK oPtvCIAL. rJKltJh.S38.90, edriim-- t frt!iahotoirr'U(youcantornipJmiet(Jraof i cur within a week two. Af er tin iu sections that have In en relieved by him I could not i.f I oy( r hi looking so and freight charges, leas the IUO0 aent. with order. apicarawe. jiiar irm r'ir narirf an PAWN JUST AHEAD. it nni iini On the II. N. I. &It. Kailroad and the WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGGTf "2? ; sJ- i "n?J?,V?kc"?: adjouruiiient the ineiuhers of lho . CTfevmi. ; t hji.i.Io. ran iracotiJilBfifretMncJirsh.r.. eutie. He tells me ill.. I the I.oiii- iheal showers. Kentucky b'ii'ef, in the midst ol makers natla S1&.U0 batnrles. La fa At Stria For ISQf). Codr. lon. ZSInrbes wide and wcljrhi 90otiiida. Con- for an hour talklni. tliM from the Best Seasoned Wood. ttr. TJest That Uoner Can Tf. II tr p, ro!iowi iMifuw. averages S3, a loosofj ville allVtir was alinosl Ii'eaY. M. C. The condition U.Mtf, 4'rfni, Cai CtUr TraU o. tM0-- a Vmrtr JUUoCar. Mountains and Ivoiiiautic Scenery. Rulld. Grade artat, ajRim SaxTena or BrewBterTm, zi ounce,TTIimIi, 14 Screwed lUtutrated, Patent. 1 OcU Hardin r, nd Stcnc Lieutenants Declare Their over the siiiation wiih Senator iilark bally HUh 4Vi IfMWioktt Orckat4rlmmfArn, one point sii ee June 1st. The average A. convention, and that have, unci t I OrM4D'tM Lined, full side and back cnrtalni. m'U t The White Sulphur Is a specific for Kabber Hearlljany 1.0Q bujrmrwork. Body black. rtiatlncGaaran-teed.enuburn Miii Si nalor GM-be- . niinappieheiii-iot- i uf u. I iiuiuot (leardar!. preen to n of I Uv, R. rlolll PoreS! Srlo4'a Lojallr to' Cocbcl Coi'fidcnt of Result, l it Ion on ihis dale for the past two tire I 31 Ii4rftjy :t1MtCUl KflK hr af i, I iskin and kidney troubles; .the or Red. C vbaUttrtaff. kearr rrtm Tnatk bWr ftk e Ftu lalltr. 1 (Ul of on i io peifectlv salihtietl," said Sena:i it..iiall95ooihlM9OMaio40, 111: ACMEQItt EKXar- ItlCtlimM ul back rort.If.. rtio r.tT eais were: 1SU', IHi; ItSUT, S7. 'Ihe puzzle it of between his version and1 dioai rvurtpai Hot $38.9(mWSyCWLIICtfePbTO"V Chalybeate, nmuru's touic. I tor lllackbiirn, we wi theeelebratcdSrarii K4 which are only rum BTCGT MTUACCr. YOU CAN MAKE S503.00 Thla Year a. write ro hnea condition by sections showoas follows:- - my idea the mailer, hut anyhow, innltf the hlsnet gmde InilrumenU, tiftett with BUaOIKS. ORDER ONE Sulphur Ballm iu the house. TOn CAM BETA W VOR S8aOOT BOT DElIft?? 53".90 reiidv to make alii lavit that he is Dea U(ueiu, Tlio' folltiwiiiK special from Frank tori majority to Ikj proud of in the coming Mi4i9iori tb iiKOMit, aiitoruhbercioth,a-plAddroso, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.). CHICAGO. ILL, esiei u h2, central tsl and southe.is- - am n'her.etrbel1uwi ofv.Oie a most charming follow. appeared in Wednesday's Cincinnati eicciion. 'J he party is in excellent lem SI. .tr tork and fine leaiher m vaUe. ilti: "For turther particulars addicts, a M II K til KK" U XurnUhcd wlihal-i'beU-a shape, and tlisMitisfactiou alleged in dal irm, . l erreneh mirror, nickel plated linquirer: TOIIACCO. k&4a rery modern ImproTrmrnt. frlaaaitrfoWkkft. gold-bupapers has no existence in Another extremely agreeable gentle the Wotarfaa IalraYlUa arcta Maol lulu tno Kopiiiillean elntis were the The acreaue id tobacco is estimated men I fj'JMlAMTEED M. Thomas, Prop'r, 25 YEARS. $l2tS3B&f have met here is Judge Hem-dogathering in to name a ean f.n t. 1 know thai theie was no stronger 185)8. a written bindimr SVyear jna(atite, by the at 33 per cvut.ot the acreage of I of Lancaster, who is actitig as m andcnndltlnnt of hich If any imrt KlTeaont Hidate fur (invernor wlio lia mm tlic Hurdiu county iu the State than my w. Tfialr H tree aTrKarrev Try ft one mouth amt A full acreage was plained but the w rill refund yonr money If yon are not perfectly Special Judge iu a certain case. He Is IRVINE, KY. may31-4eniuily of nearly half liin pHlty'H pruini own county of Woodford, and ! know Mt' led. Woof thetoriraniw.llttt'aoMatiSI.to. damage, by giasshnppers has material- a ileliublful story-telle- r, nent men and the open of that the Democratic voles Goebel will ly and has an nu- tli:i AT ONCTK. 1)IVT IIKKAY. acreage. The rucalluded OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED No Plaster, No Paste, No Cutting, No Sutlering, No Detention the ei'I"iet vowra if t lie State, the lose up mere can lie cotiuteil on your tion wioiigbtthe these iustcts desl year iietullv winning personality. by i trail with us auk Tour nelffhbor about an write this Democrats at Frankfort W)k the first lingers. The loss f Deinociatic votes From Businsss, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay is something unknown in the history wYork. or any railroad or eiprel Hank Itank. orCornKichanfreNal. Dank. Chicago, or Oerman Exrhap G i een Clav, the father of Gcn.'CassIus enrrpany InClilearn. ITe hi ralia! a ptrr f,On.ftn.W, enilrr ne of the livet Inline blocks In practical lep in the path which leailx in the state this year will not equal w bKU ORUN AT M1.W mpt rusfw, 0 4 t n ajo. and emplnj nearly J ftirlelnoorown hnUdlnir. Unless Cured. h of the loss which was due to d tol aero giowiug lit the State. Early M. Clay, once owned the land which 4u9: iftorerythlnff la tnnleal lntrnmenu ftt lowest whnleol- - prlre(. Urlt for freeirr 9ivantiana to victory this fail. The occabion was tol acco escaK!d damage, but lale has ssra, Keeaack A Ca. ara lkorak,Y rltM. EaUar. mniij irtotmmeni titlmri Aildr". tiiBl inietingof the Slide Central iho Gold Di uiocraiiu movement.' We tho Springs' now occupy, aud a centle- (IN IvENTU KV I SEARS, ROEBUCK &, CO. (Inc.). Fulton. De$cUinet and Warman St.. CHICAGO. ILL. the ulleied seieiely, many crops being mati Iioiii ICichinoud was telling me a 'I'lif SiiruOoi'tV ku'iftj tllitl liiiriilni! iiluMffni tin iliu liorriltle rriiiln nifllnln and State Kxeciilive Coininittees, e.lu)- - hayn a platfoini that i strong, popular Srhrilule In effect June II. lH'JU. i;tniliytMl 'ft mi iiltflnpt to rir faiii'tr has I icon fort- - ver tlispliu'ttl Itv oel tiie thud time. A mai miy'gtive o i i at the nieiiiorahle ennveiition held and D inocratic; we have n Vaudulair funny story tieday of how Jlr. Clay EASTUQIlXn. NVw No. S. No.X the iiilvt-n- i mill Antit-fptillniil tit'.'iiiiii-nt- . TIiik n' ir Ktintt-r'up after the steoiul liial and planted mid Ihe lu loiest tres tojqied and Iv I.tiulsvilie ... The who will make an excellent campaign; 4.ioptn T.Upa (Itstnivery work h at Lou'uville three weel.8 erH iir lnHlicitl M'ii'tn'f, mill rtnlI'"lfiH Ironi Cimur, I.'Iihiih, ('.((am XIpm WCpil coin or peas. l!y seeiiou Ihe acreage hiied a gi'i elihoril to do Il.w h'o crawled Ar Shelhyvlltc. - cured without too Imtrilt't 'Viniittrrt (toitru nlhl Kintula cnii I'ertninly coliimittGH in vi inH)Scil of praetieal. we will have a compact, tlfeetivo or fijnaml (tSipin Cainn I'uvrK. Ar m renceDR. On-- r Versailles. liutiam. 6.ipm lu.mipn inritire iittentlili)! tho linck ninl innmiit iiu iIuhIk in vt'pi! for q g Dnniiicnils, luot of iliein ganization, and the Kepul- - shows, fur western 82 per cent, of 1S.8 nut on a big lu'nii, sawed it oil" between Ar Leilncton .... Ar 7.iaprj!ma.pn lid V welt tlt'lltietl r:n'8 williont a Xmliiio in the eviilenco to prove the im in i.l S(i per cent. men, and all men who have heeu hraiinwlll liomiiiHtea man whucauuol acicagtt, and lor ccinr.il him and ihe tree, and fell to the ground younK H6.'e. Na? No. 4. t ii iuiiortiiut tnetlit'iil tltneovery. 'l'liitt netv iremineiit i I lie rvgntiiifa llmr WKSTliQCKIi. I'lie soiul.eas era sectiuu grows com iIUfii(.eH mill is litteil on the mts ligiil at.an nurli fettuly 'of active nuil ciieiKeiie in puny work. cuiiiniMnd his partv siienth. Theie with it. ''It did not kill him, though it Lv Lexintrton . . . . paratively little tohacm. ?JAami l..'i)tn: .3Tr.n tilL principles. Ar Vfrsallles. o is nothing to he argued fioin the faits Four of the 13 nieinl era of each ougiii to tiavc done so, said my it;- - Ar La'renreb'ir... S.'J,iam &Uipm .5.van Keep Cool, Don't The condition uuupaied wiih average . .. , t Ar ShclbVTille.. . . v.n .au J, I, were earnest qupportPiR of Gen- hut Denioi'lutic victory. foi muni. ,IOktkroi 7.U.".pmj .5.ian Ar Louisville .... years is i'.i. I lid condition as of tl.t Hardin- - All are n w eiunllr eral tARTUOCNU. WKSTUOUKII. ONLY TIIUKK ABSENTEES. late for past three years was, for 18U3. Hi", Kcirifter liiililr()lil niethiiM frulii liatl'iiyr ni'iliell collei.t'8 for prulii'.ieiirjr I'KKSONAI. NOTKS No. IXiKr. IU" STATIONS. thiiHiabtii; in their Mippurtof Senator Na lilNo. 14 'ii.--f his practice to ft mid foi hh Theie were thieo alieiilein at the 5)2; 1WI7, lk; IS1I0, .I2. .te of women, hctiveric the past, ten yo for lins coiitiiieil liuiliiiniit diseases-4.uipnil 7.iam Lv I.oul-vi- l Ar, ".KpmjKHlian in JlliltO BurnliHin, of the Court of Ap(ioehcl, tho nolninee An air of quiet tliu euro of of recent tlxle Hi" il AVe have u nUmbet- fif J,Kdfn' n..iimiii.uram i.t itrnrurirAr iMcpm: KtOan male fiitteiein meeting. l'roxi"s were present for J lite 84t toliacio is snireriui; ureally peals, came over the same day 1 did 7. lSpm ia nam'Ar IIroi1.-ibrI.ifflpm! 7.ahin is linn to the crent ini'iease of cancer of tint wninli pml lemalo Lrcafct. A well ami T.aopmlluA'iiuji.Ar Jluirln. . f.v 4.i5pm 7. loan orntors, Ico Boxes, WsiUu'Ctwlcr White yQ enthusiasm market) the meeiiniis,liiihi- - W. rugHi. ot the Sixih District, who U foe lack of moisture. Worms are and stayed seielai days. I had a long tiiinniriitiii is elliplovejl hy him tit lOti Court street, where his ontin' en'itpp'-t- l to Work with a the members IUSTUOCSU. WliSTIlOCNO. West Haden Springs; Clem Whin plentiful iu a number of uo'un and pleasant-cha- t Mountain Ice Cream Freezers, If sullerin from with him oj.e even No-Juoie it oeviittil Ui fennile sUll'rer,--. .tllil lu.ilignmit e. ness-lik- e eonfidenco Vhich jproinihes a at yo. n. sTATio'xs. yo.,iB iny Xa id u ore, of the First District, who missed ties. ih cnlmr in women or any manner of malignant growth or sure, ing. He seems pretty well mquaiuled LU.pm T.'liiara I.v Loutsrll Aria-toaupleiulid parly organization forllie NH" 7.3.pn full ami iiini'ixr'KtHteiiieiii or your tie-- anil get an honest expert opinion a i imn, and L. M. .Mcaehaiu, of the I'he condition Mlpm l.ftam,'.v Sticlhvll Art P.U'im 6.ospor w'litt-ojiis ban improved with Woodford. coining campaign. tiled can he' made lit home. At Id Tew, fi.Mpiiit(USiimiI.T VeillP!t Ari 7.."mi l.lncxr life second Distilct. All other distiirts from 82 on June 1st to & July oxv mm I Auollier bright I.ichmond lawyr 7.1iipm,II.Ui:iin Ar Midway Lv 7.:iani1 ALL LOVELY AHEAD. 7.1 pmilltarmlAr Oeoretn I.Ti 7.U0am' lODpn were repieen.ed us follows: Male now iiioimseM H good neid peraoie. ii ho has been here Is Hull John Ben- KAftrllOU.tll WKSTItOUND. The hi. nation in the Site was pio Central C llluiittee-Sn-oi- ul I int ri I'he straw is short but heads linelenyih Ilett, .I Fish-inj- r INo. l.rN6. .. stations. All kinds of IDG llourt Street. Memphis, Tenn. nonnii'd generally iilol satinfaclory, T. t! t tilt It, of eoiinlv; Tldnl oitl well fli id. 7.Hiaro" I.UUnn L.tt I.ouItI1 Ar luDnm. 7.i'pir. l,t re- - Smith, of Ixuigtoi:,is tin most filOpm Lv Versllcs and the eomiiioiiiht xinessjoii of imin DNtrici, A. G. Ilnea.of l.ogan county Tack U ; Hooks to Hemp has Millereil somewhat (roll eeemi tic man we have at the Springs'. J0.22am; 7.Vipm;ArNIchlvUl A1, 7..nml 4.4Jr,a ll.Ctttm! Ari c:fam IKprx, ion wasihat it wants mt yhteniath l out Hi Distnct, Ihotilas S,imuis, ot Uy weather yet the averages Iih climbs mountains, plays i 8.S0pm Ar Rlchmmt I.v aUKlml a.Wipn: ,.r jrvtne i.ti i.ittnmt. ) pit and eil'dlve uoik to hringont Ken Warhintilon ii.iliity; Fifili Disuiet 1KJ 'as eoiiiiurcd with aieia:e veais, linnets Willi all Ihe uitls.ni.il inaUs m i hi hm m mm wwm from Sun. Kerch to mmmu l)i m i .m ia tnckyV loajmiiy John W, Vieeland, f bmii ille; Sixth which is 8 points higher than Ilia mei- - hmiseif agreeable to eieiybt dy, by bis Lv STATIUSS. IulxrlUc.,. ... 7.4nmi ".Upm .. Oneof the mot eiithnsiantic memhers Distiiet. .1. W. I'lij-h- , a Channel Mud Cat. Ar Lexinirton of Kenton ag for Ihe pant three year. iaaniiapn: coiirteoiw manners 7.1 Opm .4.xvm Ar Knozrille. was lion. TIioiiimh V county ; Sjventh District, J. I Hedges, of tlm The number in acres of clover cut, They linve a splendid band hen. Did we ever siiy sipy- MUamj LlOprr Ar Ashevlile Siniliis of the 1'otirtli Dintrfrt. who was of Ar Sarann.ih Mtumi county ; Kighth Jael complied Willi' IK'.JS, is 87. Toeq'laii y VwV thing- to you 'about u Ar Jncltoarillc:.i. aCfttro selected by Ueiieral liardiu at Loll i - Chiiili, of Meicir omiily; Ninth . Dis- is aliened bv the presence ol an lili- - prun nm I in ' e.lDpm, fi.iiam luitiancosa . unr. ocnu uo nvr uuLLAnrn.ifuthi.ii-i- UUOD Ar vAtlanta . .... .. the iaum'll.!iOam Ar ville to place hi.t naimi before the con trict, liaii.siin Kenueily. of Kieholas llsiial aiuouiit of ' white blosilil " ar Istrt patlcn alkrr.4. tKtt0in till I. 10 Solid trains, finest In thi South, Cincinnati to Sj l.lOara iZSpm Ar Jfcicon VJ vention. county; Tenth Disuiet, Joints HarLi-- , With exception of some damaitu ny ltHa fiTUta, .1 migniVJLI.li aUDJCCT to yaanunatign. Ar Jacksonville . JncksonVl'-lsdaUI'.JUami P.lOam via the Queen and Crescent and w aaiuuic i. your frrlght iMpmi (itJam l.v WmllanwKa .... of ilreatldll Coiiiily ; hlevenih Distibt r tin to ea ly cut clover it was save. I in depot and If "I went to Imihvil!e nil clilhusiat-ticonnectlnj lines- - Through connections to Tampa, is Ar Blimlnnham !0.l;5pm;!!.30am funnd perfecturnt (i.SOrtn Hardin Hliouter," said Air. yiininp. "I L'cu 1). Smith, of I'ulasli county Ar Meridian good c.iud i I ion. Miami or r lew C rlans, with fast Steamer Service I ly aatltfaetorr a4 la. tretlett 8.2S4raU....... Ar Xftvr Orleans worked and fought for Hardin there, Havana, Santiago, andp state at Uirge Allie W. Young, of Timothy meadows are iu ,ssir condi- StMr V1B. to fjassaii, Trains Not. 1. 1,5nnit6, between trfraltvlria airtl l,eyi;u .poufcra tlmt I, drew on all Motifgi tr.ory ci unty, and S. E Jones, tion, lilted with ''white blossom ' and liall Ton San Juan. Low n:t3 round trip tickets. .4 Ttr aaw A jrriL0(rM(W20MOW and Lexington, ciiry Free Ql.er wJoii. Chair TAMW. VUI my reserve Inns: power in the tinhorn of Barren county. or he nl : Cars i .:s ra.n serv ice u per ot pay tne til her w (tds. '.1 a.MT-IIIHUHT Jn dcti!!. Fa;t -- htJ i No. I tonrcis at' iWxIhfe'ton chorus. Hardin :was my candidate, but dally with fect Slate Executive Conniittec First I'abtures are beuiiiniug to suffer from lCUT.ar tbrotiirti n'eeplntrcars Ui Chat tinocpa. I have no fault to find with the verdiei District, Mott Ayroii. of Fulton county ulis, i4 hours to Jackso.i by wealher.ntid the colidiilou is now US iritllL rnr. ft.ew Orleans, and.thrpuuh Call and see Irr mthattunooca to Atbnta,"Wai on utd Well, vve will scc3Tou latei. SI3.0Q of Ihn ' miijilritv. Wo are lcmcrats Thud District, G.V. Ito.uk, of simp as compared with average veais. vi..e, 54 now 1 WaLs. m WHiTK roR ocn mo free t 1 sou Cinclnrfatt t lioW. JUid ' (.toebel is our candidate. county ; Fourth District, have ierliiel as the len the Fiuit teet withnrlrvof, 3 nud 4, ihrtiUHh sleeping cars be Tn STOVE CATALOGUE. il.r nr bflieva that in' the cnini: inmpHicu Kinto, of Ohio county ; Fifth District advanced., l'ears have still a ana treipnt cnarv" Thla etore ! aiieKe.. ttreitli iW.P.Ratl'W. jav . Mteve. Harrlnvn I etvero i t the eiilocratle p:itt will' have the best Clem HuggiiiH. of I.uiisville; .Sixth lair per cent of fruit remaining iZ?lu&rtrlliZ Tta umlila S.tTanna!t ami Jncksonyijle. Ap .'IrltV I ; O.P.A t ven door. hanOaoine Co y District, 'John Lasini;, of Boone pics have drojiped badly, ami tho out- larse otcq ahalt. brary tlaJInedand1 ttiraintntrt. pand- it has over hail in extrl urv'anlzailon ornmmenUtlona vgfj vmctana'.U Ttc only l'ne with triree Cally trains beUnrt deep, pennlnt BtaadUh parvlala Hard marwir. tween LoulsvlllcKlieltijvllle and I.exISKton. otie that will lm invincible an I county; Seventh District, South Trim- look at present is for half crop. Ivirly Wme HTUV onumvnKNi hum. aat5"; ritrJL an extra 004 rratn. maklna It a "tUallycncppt, Sunday. Other tuins (tuily. Ltriuinj)liinr. Th party workers have ble, of Franklin county; Eighth Dis- ttppleH nit) riH3 but inferior in quality IK I1HS A MtMM WiKlMltll wltll A. WHXOOSil'.iT.A. S.T.SWHT. I'.&TA tTerv nor and rmarautea vafe delivery to yonr rait Ijoulstle. Ky. Thf-crojinpJIWi coufulence in Uoebera ppleii-ili- U uiet. Simeon Coqk. of Shelby eoiintyi Main SxukbivRiwiimond, Ky. IVxlnirtuU. roadatatsiu Your Ircal doAtfr woul.1 i f w IM lilackliOrnes i nuinll for e a atore. we. ftelwt'tt onlychar?a yu Ki--lor a Ai IlAiito'lV P. A.. Iuisrlllc itv. Ky. aboel l,w tliniligli-ou- t Ninth District, W, A. Yoiim.'. of ttow-aatiililies. The Utllioera-t tA In qitidiy. f tch AM tollaa. t. tn . TH tjkr in yield aud Very 2Z';, . K.?1,'.1,.AU.M.. J. M. (Ii:l,P,T. M OO.MKU n VaV VaV NMX NaV m Nax NM NaV NMV NM REAM, ROESUC Washljilrttin, IJiG. WitsMniftBn.'D.fi ihe Jitate look tiMiu him hh a tirill-iw- county; Tenth Distilct, I). W. G.ird l.UGAS .MOOKhl, yiiiiei hmm itintiiif lauatii. wnir.i W.A.TXvK,a,rji.. wn;;Tavwi!.A.a.pA.. i i, 2, 3, 4, wcHiowa WBrttnewB, D. c Ky. VTry Trv'Trv v'jN IvrUw. That is half tb VtU. ner, ui Mnifofiiu totmtyt kMUi ( AfnUnHUI-u- . CoiniufrHltuit-r'lrs irs ZUrJ9 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. otil-tit,,- -- m THIS WEEK'S outr-tand-ii- Special leaders ccce. -- '0 I'ol-lar- d, anti-Uoeh- el e Reduced Prices 1 'tylqs ,, '0 ;M the Youngest (lest, s HI . .goiiir--at-SLAUGII- ..: s. al Mi iC.' '"..''' 8 - My lino of Chairs is complete Hie handsomest pJlQji I'l iin-pro- pas-eilg- er -- I ed m mi to ever played this side of p2j ville, and all shriveled up are the prices. Wc keep all grades ol Chairs, be-iit- RAY-DUR- N Sec-reiar- y, but the lowest quality starts voo utir al at good and goes up. nt 'O ). com-uiiite- e. mlli-room- gylilit.'at ... Not their selling price, and key-not- e, legic-lativ- . '00 , an acknowledged fact it that my line of Furniture, .'"I'm '1 . is i 0a Ro-ducti- .oo Chairs, etc., have stood tlic lest. Entering upon perity is easy if you only have the key Here it is. m - It "VOTES f. NEVILLE a.... WEN ;V. KE That Goebel Loses 1 g. ..... .SSS... itiiitttttiiitttttiitttatitttitittittiittl SPRINGS. 8 flr-wlir- - .s.HDus ONE DOLLAR ti--- t audtieli-htcturse- BEAUMONT ti-- r t nt.-i- l d, -- lAfZ v c SEND ONE DOLLAR - teii-pui- n llMWll hi i ' it. eom-miin- -e 4 ' mi', 1 1 I nr-Ul- hj 1 -l i 'I i l g n u. hi I A Treatment That Cures Cancer, por-il- I.1-C- one-tein- . m . SOUTHERN RfiiLWfty. 1 llfri-lofor- n iin at. i: h-- . lnpl-Workin- M MU, ioiu-inittc- V, FEMALE DISEASES. iusfc-reeeiVOf- l .i ifi.-ei'tsu "Bast a S&tv a -t, lpn V fg) 1 Diii-5-s- s i i.l.,-iiin- t) - lli-tri- et, ' 6- Florida0 Havana ICey-Ycs- i' T l aif in warn i gum, fS'fs i u. t 1. lt-- n pin-ipect- - tlt-U- f',aaf4EJatgtvrS,'v.. lla-an- Knt-xtl- Ken-tifi-k- hlckel-plate- i J- U n f rFs is f nt r ivt 80. ii i mm ii lidded aEiyyawHE; nit, augvst rrTrr;. lnllWIHWIjil II ipi'lllill,IU)l HINTS FOR THE-HOM- E. HERSONAL AND LITERARY. " WIT AND "WISDOM. Venison, you know, is deer at any price. Golden Days. AVhen you hear fools abused, take someof it yourself. A'tchispn Globe. Strange, when ft is so easy to "run up" a bill, that it should be so hard to. "foot" it. L. A. W. Bulletin. The only way we can stand our troubles is to know of somebody who has worse. Washington (la.) Demo- STANLEY'S NEW ANECDOTES.- The Koted Kxnlorer Illustrates the IcnoranceMbout Africa Tvrenty A. i SENATORS NIGHT, SHIRTS. Polnta About Polished Furnltpre, Wall Paper, Laundering Lnct Curlnlus, Kir. Clcanlngrolished Furniture Spread parafline oil on the soiled woodwork nnd let it stand for an hour or more to .soften the dirt, then wnsh with soap and warm water, and wipe dry. Next rubona mixture of parafline oil and turd turpentine and pentine para Hi in-- oil. Polish with soft old flannel. Let it rest for an hour or iwu, men iHiuaii iviiii uui iim-ii-. it surfaccisvery dull, dirty and scratched,-insteaof washing .with soap nnd water add more oil and sprinkle powover it. liub gently dered rotten-xton- e nnd regularly, first with a circular motion and then with the grain of the wood. When the surface is smooth and and finbright wipe olT the rotten-ston- e ish as you would after washing with the soap and water. Wall Paper The present style in wall papers is varied, but most of the designs are floral. Cartridge paper is not used so much as formerly in private houses because it has become so common through use in public buildings. Beautiful papers to imitate raw silks and crcpons take the place of cartridge papers. They cost ."0 cents a roll. All kinds of fabrics are imitated in wall paperscretonne, chintz, burlap, satin, silk, etc. and the cost is anywhere from ten cents to $40 a roll. One should make a careful study of all the furni- tnre and coloring to be used in a room before deciding upon a paper for the wail. What is beautiful in the store may be unsatisfactory when used with other things. The simpler the design and tin: more neutral the colors the safer will one be in buying the paper. The warm tones arc the yellows and reds; the cool ones are the sea greens, blues and violets. A plain sage-gree- n paper would harmonize with a sage-gree- n carpet on which are strewn roses. To Launder I.nce Curtains Shake all the dust from the curtains and then soak them oer night in plenty of cold wnter. In the morning rinse them out of several waters before putting them into suds. Xcxt put them into hot suds and wash them by sopping and squeezing. Wash in a second suds.-theput them into a tub of boiling water. After nn hour rinse thoroughly. If you wish to have them very white slightly blue the last water, but if an old look is desired have the water slightly colored with black tea. Dry them ill the open air, then put them through thin starch and also through the wringer. If you bine frames put the curtains in them, but if you have not tack some old sheets on the tloor and pin the curtains on them, being careful to pull straight and have each point drawn out anil pinned down. Two pen-onare almost necessary for this juirt of the work, ns upon the careful stcrtcliiiig and pinning depend the perfect hanging and finished look of the curtains. Two orthree curtains may be placed together. Two days time is required to dry them when they are doubled in Ibis manner. A Garden for Why not plant a little garden fur flavors'. One of the most surprising things in visiting suburban and country houses is to find how few housekeepers think it worth while to cultivate a lew herbs and vegetables for use in Hawiriug. Yet few things will better repay the cost and trouble. For a dollar one may buy enough seeds, roots and bulbs to stock such a garden. Here is nn outline of how it may Ik- - done: Have two or three narrow beds with the earth well worked. Plant in short, narrow rows, but leaving ample space between each row. thyme, age. summer savory, sweet mnrjornin, parsley and celery. Plant in a small bed early white onions (the seed), small white oniens (the bulbs), chives (roots), and June a small bed of orange carrots. Sow in the shade about every two weeks small rows of chervil. Plant in a rather dry place one or two roots of tarragon, and plant also a small row- of mint. Soak the imrsley seed for three or four hours in cold water. Small packages of seed cost only five cents. t A package of chive mots costs l." cents; small roots of tarragon, 25 cents. Inn future issue I shall write of the ue oT these flavorings. Lmlics Home Journal. one-thirtwo-thirs -- d Tlie wife of Gen. E. S. Otlscommand-e- r of the army in the Philippines, is the daughter of a soldier andGenOtis laid isiege to her heartsfor 23jmonth'before she capitulated. A life-siz- e statue of Thomas Hughes, the author of "Tom Brown's School Days," Is to be erected at Bugby, the money for the work having been main ly contributed by old Hugblnns. The artist is Thomas Beck, It. A. Samuel H. Thompson, of the Missouri lj.acisi Jsaht oldest jailroad,tWYelinK passenger agent in the country. He is 02 years old, and lias been with the Missouri Pacific for 36 years, during which time' lie hntraveled 1,440,000 miles. Israel .Zangwill says he once overheard some .lews discussing him. "He's not clever," said one. "He is one of us, and knows all about us. Of course, he can write us. Hut there's Besant. He's written a book about us, and doesn't know us at all. That's what I call clever." Oliver P. Hubbard, of XerfYork, has celebrated his ninetieth birthday. He graduated at Yale in 1828 nnd is the sole survivor of his class. His wife was ' the second daughter of the elder Prof, Silliman. He tilled the chair of chem-- I istry, mineralogy nnd geology in Dart- mouth college from 1S2G to 186C. Dinah Mullock Craik, the author of "John Halifax, Gentleman," is said to have had the habit of leaving at her bank the manuscript of each of her stories as soon ns slle haA finished it. She would allow a long interval to elapse, and then. she would send for it to see how the story affected her. If St pleased her, she would send it off to the publishers; and if not, it would be rewritten or destroyed. The Paris Gaulois recently published a symposium of opinion of British authors as to the French writers most characteristic of the genius of France. e, Mr. Meredith votes for Montaigne, Ln Ilruyere, Kenan and Baclne; Andrew Lang includes Victor Hugo, Dumas Pere and llalzne; Justin McCarthy proclaims Montaigne, Pascal, Moli-crVoltaire, Bousscau nnd Hugo; Sir Charles Dike mentions the tragedies of Kacine. Mo-licre, ton Akii. 1i When Tabor license ! i ' I " crat. A LIFE IN OTHER WORLDS. Some Scientific Fncts tn Consider In .Speculation on This Snhlrct. Concerning the existence of life elsewhere in the universe, it is to be remembered that the general physical condition of an extra trrrestrial body must be taken with great caution' as the index of the pretence or substance of living things. .The protoplasm of resting seeds may withstand the cold of liquid air nearly 200 degrees centigrade below the freezing point, or more than 300 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. These feeds and spores of bacteria, live nnd grow after being subjected to a temperature of J23 degrees centigrade, or nearly 200 degrees above xero Fahrenheit. It is thus to be seen that terrestrial protoplasm, is capable of an-a- just-meto a range of temperature of 323 degrees centigrade, or nearly COO degrees Fahrenheit. In view of these facts it would be extremely rash to say that complex masses of matter constituting a protoplasm might not exist at temperatures above and below those of the earth. The range of endurance would depend upon the liquids entering into the composition of the living matter in question.- The extremes of temperature ghen nbove were produced artificially of course. With, the exception of the heals of volcanoes, thermal springs nnd lightning flashes they are not produced on the earth's surface, and plants have had no opportunity 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 below 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 a barrier to life. The presence of nn atmosphere-, even intermittently, is not necessary to life. The respiratory or disintegrading agent might be present in the substratum or nutritive medium. Among terrestrial organisms the anare instances of aerobic bacteria plants, which not only do not need an atmosphere, but actually perish in its presence, or in one of its constituents, nnd 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, attnehod firjhly in place like typical plants. Such conditions would be eminently unsuitable for locomotor organisms resembling nnimnls, although such types might exist by means of special adaptations for storing the respiratory agent. Forum. nt FAMILY GOVERNMENT. The .11 nil n tu Ho it llh it at l)lr Ipllnr Has .linen I lie Conduet Children. ' menus. With the majority of children there is a natural impulse toward that form of independence which brings the child into conflict with the parental discipline, no doubt; but it is, very largely tiie manner in which this discipline is exercised which determines whether the parent or the child is to be the real "master of the situation." In one jhninc. the word of the mother, expressed with kindness but firmness. 15 the accepted and respected law of the child. In another, few are the minutes which pass iinpunctuatcd by reproofs, threats, scolding in none of which has love or dignity a share. The threats fall on callous cars, for long experience has shown the child that they are "mere words." As is well said by a recent writer: "Everything has been said as a matter of custom, without any intention of carrying out the threats. Instead, the child has recehed endless tenuous iion his disobedience and obstinacy. The recriminations, the reproaches, last so long that the small offender gets irritated with the everlasting scoldings; and the parents, on their hide, lose what little authority they have in continual nagging nnd faultfinding. Soon other incidents present themselves, to be followed by fresh disobediences, and a still longer discourse; there is never a moment of respite for anybody! Ah! if the child does not become enraged, it is because he is thinking of something quite different when one is finding fault with him." Good Housekeeping. Asiinrnicua. Peel and' cut the asparagus in even lengths, wash anil fit them neatly in quart jars. Mix together salt and water, allowing two ounces salt to four quarts cold water; stir till dissolved. HII the jars to overflowing with the salted water. Close the jars, wrap each one in a cloth. Put either hay, paper or straw in the bottom of a large boiler. Put iuthe jars and fill the kettle with cold wnter; place over the fire to heat gradunlly and boil 20 minutes. Then remove the jars, open each one a second, elose quickly, return them to the watcr.balh and boil two hours and a half.' Bemove; when cold, see that each jar is tight, then set them in a cool Eagle. placc-TBrookl- It is not "nil in the child," by any WAGES IN PHILIPPINES. The Afrrnce Earnings of Working Classes I Four Dollars Per Month. Samuel W. Belford.in nn article entitled "Material Problems in the Philippine Islands," imparts suchinforma-tioof the wages paid for labor in Manila and .of the conditions one must n Prcervlnr Jitrnvrberrr Fritter. Mako a light batter of the yolks of three eggs, beaten, four tablespoon- -' fuls of. milk, a piece of butter the size of a walnut, nnd 'a little salt, one , of baking powder nnd one scant cupful of flour, sifted together. Mix smooth, then add the whites of the eggs beaten to a stiff froth. Select large, finely flavored berries nnd drop two or three of them in the batter nt n time, taking out nt once in n large spoonful, nnd fry quickly in boiling fat. When a nice brown on both sides serve nt once, dusted with powdered sugar, or serve with strawberry sirup. Good Housekeeping. Miepherri's Ilr. Place in alternate layers In a pie dish slices of cold beef, onions and potatoes, leaving the fop layer of potatoes. Add seasoning nnd enough stock to moisten and bake for nn hour. Philadelphia Press. Ilevlsed Version. riches. Byrne Coyne Xopntjour riches In trust. Philadelphia Press."" Rlpl.tniiyl Fair, August 1, 2, 3, 4. Palmer Coyne Put not your trust In meet as should be sufficient to keep American laborers at home. If they wish to take their labor to that market it must be sold ns cheaply as the labor of their competitors, says Mr.Belford, as they will receive no larger wages because the Philippine islands are a possession 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 working classes will n.ot equal four dollars per month in gold, out of which provision must be made for the support of one's family. The best clerical labor, such as accountants, cashiers, bookkeepers, and the employes of the larger houses, receive from $30 to $00 per month in gold." The small number of Europeans, excepting the Spanish, who nre engaged in business in the Philippines 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 sufficient demonstration that their employment is not needed. It is quite true that the cost of living is merely nominal in comparison with the cost in the United States, but even if one should save one's entire income it would scarcely amount. to a competence. It Is a mistake-tindulge the supposition that the Filipinos are ".uncouth savages, Incapable of performing skilled labor that requires the ex ercise of judgment. The population living alone along the coast and in the cities has attained a surprising degree of civilization, and the workmen of this clns3 produce nn infinite variety of articles of their own manufacture that would be creditable to a more enlightened country. They are, in my judgment, superior to Hie same classes in Cuba, Porto Bico, and Hawaii, and possess in h great measure the cleverness nt imitation of the Japanese, whom they resemble in physical appearance and in the similarity of many customs." Beview of Bcviews. A Strangle Case. ' "My wife, surprised me last night." "How was that?" "We were at n card party, and she, having won the highest number ol games, "was given tiie privilege of choosing from among therprlzes." ; "Yes?" ' f ''Well, after she had decided she .wasn'torryshe. dldn't.plclc out oae ol man likes to be called a brick, but refer- - to.hiin iis-- a lump of common clay, and he will get mad. Chicago Daily .remarkable changes that have taken New?. place in the regions described in the Just Suited Her. "I don't think she book. He has sent the preface to the looks very high, to marry a clerk." "Oh, geographer, Wauters, of Brussels, and but he was irresistible. She found him the first installment of it has appeared at the bargain counter." Philadelphia in Le Mouvement Geographique in adBulletin. vance of the appearance of the book. A First Tramp "They ses pore old Bill few extracts from this part of the preIs dyin. 'Is breath is labored." Sec- face are reproduced here. Obviously, ond Ditto "Then e's done for. Bill Mr. Stanley's exact language cannot be could never live if any part of Mm was given, as the extracts are translated laborin." Judy. from the French: "Yes," said Mrs. Xexdore, "as, a con"As a striking instmce of the general scientious woman I always feel I am indifference in Great Britain to all I bound to love my neighbor as myself. had written about Africain the year 1S78 When they are so downright mean that (when his book appenred) I remember I just can't do it I move to some other an interview between two members of neighborhood." Chicago Tribune. the council of the Koyal Geographical Young Mr. Justwed "My darling, society and myself. The gentlemen why nre you crying?" Young Mrs. Just-we- d were calling on me, and one of them, ob"I have just read here (boo-hooserving my manuscript map of the that all the world loves n lover. Harry, Congo hanging on the wall and the answear to me that you do not recipronotation 1 had made along the river's cate their horrid affections!" Phila- course, turned to me witli the remark: delphia North American. '"How long do you think it will be Stanley falls before TRAPS AT THE BARGE OFFICE. again?' a white man sees " 'Perhaps two or three years," I reA Hxniuples of the IHkIiI In. plied. ' specHim Kxerclard Over " 'Two or three yearsl he exclaimed. luimlernnls. "Why, I expected to hear you say 50 The rigid inspection nt the barge of- years at least.'" "Fifty years!" said I. I am ready to fice of foreign immigrants is .applied with equal severity to those who after wager that wit Tin. 20 years there will a brief visit to their own country re- be no part of the continent a hundred turn to that of thciradoption. A young miles square that will not have been exEnglish girl who came here with her plored." " "I accept the wager and will make parents ten years ago made a visit to the sum $50, if agreeable to you," said England last autumn. On her return a few days ago she was examined with my caller. bet was the same closeness as if she were a new- at "The expired, made, the 20 years have last and though I do not precomer. The first inspector. who took tend to say that 1 have won the bet, I her in hand endeavored to confuse her do assert that my prediction has been in regard to localities on Long Island completely confirmed by the fncts. near where she lived. "The same year Sir Ituthcrford "There afc eight or ten lace factories president of the lloynl GeographiPatehoguc?" he asked. at cal society, remarked in his annual ad"There was only one," she said, "when had expressed the opinion I left America, but they may have built dress that I if to him that sufficient money were exthe others while I was away." pended "Eastport is about 20 miles from your plored, Africa would not only be exbut also pacified and civilized. place, isn't it?" he continued. I did not think there was anything "It was only four, unless it has been the statement, but Sir Kuther-for- d moved since I went away," and so on. must have thought it worthy of with questions of that character, until or he rthe first official was apparently sntis- - reproduction speak would not have mentioned it. I of the matter only to .neo, and she was told to movron. While waiting for the person who wns show the prevailing ignorance in all to meet her she was approached by a circles at that time of matters relating Africa. simple-lookin- g fellow, an inspector in to "Seven years later T was introduced citizen's clothes. by a canon of Westminster to a well- "I am going to Long Jslnnd," he said. "Will you tell me if I'm to take the cars known bishop, and as I was talking to him about the Congo he smilingly re-at the Grand Central station?" "Not unless they've moved it to the ma rkcil " 'This is all very foot of Thirty-fourt- h street," she said. tell the truth, I doInteresting, but, to not know that 1 This wns conclusive, nnd the girl was allowed to go. Among the fellow pas- should be able to find the Congo on the sengers of this girl was an old Irish- map.' "You may imagine my surprise. All woman. 8 years of age. who has lived the newspapers of the country had been in Sullivan county, .N. Y., for the last printing every day for a year news of 30 years. For the Inst eight or ten seasons she has been in the habit of going one sort or nnother about the Berlin to Ireland every autumn nnd of return- conference nnd its results, and I cering in the spring. When she presented tainly supposed that a prince of the church her card for examination the inspector But his would know something about it. indifference to the large events said to her: "What line of stenmers do you take tnai were passing in Africa was so treat that he did not even know the name of for Sullivan county?" the Congo!" X. Y. Sun. "Steamers, is it! I goes by rail." "If you're living in Sullivan county, MICROBES OF MALARIA. how is it you're stopping "To dig me pertaties." What raaara for thr Deadly llnelllua "How is that?" Has Juat Ilren Kxtilbited In "Shure. I plant me pertaties on a bit London. of land of me own in Oireland in the Somewhat conflicting notions are spring beforp I comes to Ameriky, and I goes back In the autumn and I dijrs still entertained by those who have in vestigated the cause of malaria as to em." "Then they don't raise potatoes in the genuineness of thenllcgcd microbes which are associated with the disorSullivan county?" "Indade do they. T plants pertaties der. The old theory was that a spein Sullivan county when 1 comcs.back cific poison, originating in soil full of from Oireland in and I digs decaying matter, would be thrown out 'em before I goes back to the ould sod in into the air when the earth was disturbed by excavation, and from shalthe autumn." This wns satisfactory and the old' low water into which sewage drained. This mischievous agent was not forwoman was allowed to go, X. Y. Sun. merly considered a living organism. WOLVES AREAPEST. But several bacteriologists think that they have identified a bacillus which Ther Hare neenme a Menace In Can- causes malarial troubles, and two or ada So Itnnldlr ,Do 'Ther three experts have found these forms Inerrnae. of life in great abundance in mosquitoes. Dr. Manson and Surgeon Ileports from the woods of Canada Major Boss, of England, have thus been is that the number of wolves is alarm- led to suggest that the mosquito is ingly on the increase. The "most com- largely responsible for the disseminamon variety in this country is the great tion of malaria. gray wolf, and its reappearance in the Two criticisms have been made of lumber districts of the upper Ottawa microbe theory. It is asserted by the Dr. has created a great deal of alarm among Laurie, of India, that the objects seen the settlers nnd lumbermen in sparseby Boss, Manson and others are not ly inhabited districts. A number of parasites, but products of a diseased wolves have been destroyed by poison spleen. Again, it is alleged that mannd the skins and heads of several hnve laria abounds in parts of Italy where been brought to the city. The only the mosquito is never seen. The latter common poison found strong enough to fact merely exculpates the mosquito, kill them is strychnine. Aconite, atro- however. It does not disprove the expine and corrosive sublimate have all istence of a malarial microbe. proved ineffective. About two grains Fresh attention is drawn to the matof strychnine is mixed with a little tal- ter by a series of exhibits at the latest low, forming a small ball, and covered conversazoine of the Boyal society in with a coating of grease. This is left London. In corroboration of their views a portion of a deer's carcass or Dr. Manson and Surgeon Major with Boss something of that kind. Various rea- showed a number of specimens of the sons are given for the present increase parasite under the microscope. The dein the number of wolves. One is un- velopment of the creature was illusdoubtedly the abolition of the bounty trated by showing it in different parts on their heads, pafd some time ago by of the mosquito successively. It was the Canadian government. thus traced all the way to the insect's In the Yukon, where they are just poison gland, and thence down his or now a source of great annoyance to her proboscis. It is only miners, the ferocious beasts have been mosquito, naturalists tell us,the female that bites. driven to follow the miners nearer to Surgeon Major Boss is of the opinion their camps than heretofore by the de- that the mosquito capable of carrying crease in the number of moose nnd cari-Ikh- u this contagion is of a. peculiar species, which are being killed off by the and that its extinction may be looked Tiewcomers, thus depriving the wolves for at no distant date. Of course, this of their customary food. So dangerous display at the Koyal society's meeting hnve they become in the Klondike that does not settle the controversy definitethe government of Canada is now ly. But the circumstance is deserving a part of its northwest mount- of notice. X. Y. Tribune. ed police force in poisoning them. In A Genlna In I'rlaon. other parts of the country it is said to There arc n number, of geniuses in be the abundance of game that is answerable for the recent swarms of Sing Sing, and foremost among them wolves in the neighborhood of civiliza- is John A. Howard, an Englishman, who, in 1804, was sentenced to a term tion. The red deer, of which the wolves arc of nine years and five months. The disparticularly fond, nnd which fall an covery of this genius was nn accident, easy prey when overtaken by them, nnd is interestinc Several years ago have multiplied exceedingly all over there was a fire in the prison, and a mathe province of Quebec within the last chine used for picking hair was. almost year or two, so 'that in many parts of totally destroyed. The machine was of the country they have becomea positive complicated design, and was made injury to farmers by fecdingiipon their abroad at a cost of $S00. After the fire crops. This doubtless had much to do the debris was cast on n scrap heap and with the augmentation of their own nothing more was thought of it. One morning Howard asked Col. Sage numbers. They follow the deer very frequently right out into the clearings, if he would like to have the picking mannd unless they are destroyed will not chine repaired. He said that although take long to deplete the country of not acquainted with the work he felt game. It is a fact that sure that he could reconstruct the mamuch of the suffering and distress of chine. Permission was given him, and the Montagnais Indians of Canada in he set to work. He made all his own the interior of Labrador and of the con- tools, nnd within several months he had sequent decrease in their number has built a new machine at a cost less than been due to the great havoc wrought $100. X. Y. Times. by wolves among the caribou upon Mljtlit V.rt Tired. which they feed. Chicago Chronicle. Grandinama had been explaining to "the "little girl" liow our earth is kept He llliln't Urt Thnt Far. The Judge Xow, then, niy good man, from flying off into infinite space, bv please be explicit. At what point did the attraction of the suit, which is constantly trying to draw the earth toward j on enter the altercation.? Witness I didn't git into the alter- itself, while the latter always keeps its cation. I had only got ns far is the distance. ' y d anteroom when dat "Grandmamma," said the little girl, feller over there hit me wit a chair. Chicago "1 should think the sun would get disTimes-Heralcouraged afjer awjiile and letgo." De- Wroit Free Press. A Quiet Rntrnnee. Husband What did you think when llnaalan OIHeers In-- . you heard the chandelier fall in the The pay of a. Bussian army'ofiiccr is ldght? snid to be very small. A general gets Wife I thought you had been de- from $1,500 to $2,000 n year in English tained on "business" again, and were money, according to the length of gating upstairs as quietly.is yon could. service, Cincinnati Enquirer. Cincinnati Enqdirer. ' Idol H'orahl. Many, even poor, Chinese, says the Sn peril. "How did yon like my redition of the Celestial empire, spend from 2Q to 25 oration on the death of Caesar?" per cent, of their income in ido wor"Great! Enough to incite any mob." ship, which practically cata pway their Philadelph!a North American. capital, jr.gstm.-,- . , . ( !) It iFaiiyears since Henry M. btanieySj celebrated book, "Through the Dark Continent," was printed. It told the thrilling story of his journey through Africa, in which he made his beat survey of Victoria Xyanza and followed fiie Congo rohi Hs upper'yftiter to the sea. A ndw edition of 'tlie book is about to appear and Stanley has written a long tiff frletlellnCulin am IT AND WISDOM. DIET IM HEALTH. 7" ' and WcstllnahMi Are of Evil lir k, in , well-know- n red-nose- d. StreefFaJr" fr'e'tsvery"Ba'arBijf. K X . . ..tl ; Richmond fir, Aojcuft j. 3, 3, 4. TrotB on track; every alternon. Everybd ijknowa tJmtobiouUous inIn healthiTas a rule, to live generocifc. There js a belief among'ihejisherinen ly is to livewlsely. A dish which in- dividual .who generally sHsbmifthree of Cuba that some of the fish there nre cludes a variety of fairly digestible rows nway from you in the playhouse poisonous. If asked the cause, one re articles of food supplies a reserve fund and tells half the audience, in loud ply is that thercJs so much copper in which enables the system to meet emer- whispers, what isoingtohnppen next. the wnter that it poisons the fish. This gencies, and to avoid the possibility of His rival has been discovered. He is is a fisherman's reason, yet the fact Hip- the man who sits, behind bankruptcy." physiological ' Jf r J. holds v that ulvaters, there arp fish nibanquet; jVoii nnd tell-- , pocrates observes that "a very slender the two people, h3 b'roUghtun oh passes '"One of his early freaks was the pur fl that arepoisoi: ious'.'Ju 1 dubam waters nnd restricted diet is dangerous to per- how the magician performs his trick.-- . chase of several magnificent lace night the jack Caranx is a common table sons in healtubecausethey bear fish. On the Florida reef all kinds arc Of course, every one likes to know of it witS' more illlHcuUy. A' these thiiiL's. but usualTv iirefer"ln fiV- he kept locked tip in a safe during the eaten, and one rarely hears of a poisono sounu ingestion scenu iu day. Eugene Field was editor of the ous fish, yet in Havana there is a law And when in certalntlimits, a' capacity for adapt the raa'iv wioTknbtvs'5t all Hasn't the Denver Tribune at the time, and those which prevents the sale of jacks of over at any" faintest idea of how the simplest trick "to circumstances two pounds, for the reason that a poiing Itself lace night robes made him simply hyssonous Caranx exists which attains a rate, for the time being. When taxed is done he becomes n liore. Like most terical. beyond endurance, "like the whirligig bores, however, he doesn't know he's "He wrote column upon column about weight of 25 pounds. This, when the of time," it "'works its revenges." them, describing the garments in de- law is enforced. Cuts out of the Cuban one. After listening to him tell how Another fallacy is that we Bhonld'eat the man on the stnge has the rabbit tail, with numerous diagrams depicting dietary a number of fishes. many un- up the sleeves of his dress-coa- t, sciThe poisonous jack is known to sections fore and aft. The diagrams what we do not like; o,r, ns atwere hideous affairs which Field carved ence as Caranx faliax, its common name happy children nre taught, "we must tached to elastic bands, ypulurn around out himself with a penknife on the back, in Cuba being juvcl. It is difficult for eat what is good for us, whether we jand glare at him with theydea thnt he of old wood type. He used to describe the layman to distinguish between the like it or not.""ln othVC wois,' jwe may take It into his head'to keep his poisonous nnd the nonpoisonoits jacks. how Tabor would forget the combinamust disobey the instinct wncrcby. na- - mouth shut and let you enjoy the show. tion of the safe und sit up, shivering and Another jack, Caranx plumiera, comtyre protects our idiosyncrasies. iEven ihjirt'lie smiles at yon in. a pleasant way naked, half the night, trying to remem- monly seed in the Havana market under i'oor Bichard, who is generally so sen- and imagines you nre interested in ber the right figures. the local name of chicaro, is readily eat sible and who is'by no means an asce- what lie is saying, and proceeds to ex"Altogether he kept Denver in n roar en, but according to Dr. Hornemnnn, ticenjoins his reader: "Wouldst thou plain the next trick. for weeks, and made Tabor so.wild that the natives of the West India islands are enjoy a long life, healthy body, and n Finally you grow extremely tired of one day he rushed into his office, afraid to eat it at certain seasons. At vigorous mind, and be acquainted also this e lecturer an,d remark, in snatched the unfortunate night robes Guadeloupe, as an example, it is eaten with the wonderful works of God, labor an audible tone, that he must have been out of their compartment and tore them at times without ill effect, while at oth ir. the first place to bring thy appetite wth a magician once upojwi time. But ers the flesh assumes a coppery hue, to threads. to reason" (ns if the physical laws of he 'doesn't appreciate, yoitr Intend,! "When Tabor was appointed to the. the bones turn red, and it is exceedingly "You hare noticed, of life are to be ignored), nndbids him sarcasm., He leans overjnil says: Author senate to fill an unexpired term of ex- poisonous, so much so that Dr. Horne- course, that the suffering of the hero- "eat for necessity, not pleasure.' "Xof arall; jnsf my natural abilif v actly 29 days. Field broke loose ngaia mnnn states that it is used to poison ine is intended to be terrible in the first A healthy appetite craves and digests to observe things." nnd had all kinds of fun with the old nits. act.' Critic (who has just read the the food materials which the system re-He then tells how the man on man. He declared that Tabor opposed Dr. Oscar Tybring has collected much play) "Still, it'll be as naught in com- quires. II we know that Jn infancy Trails. He s.n produces the tariff bill on the ground that it en- interesting Information on this subject. parison with the suffering of the audi- inilk is essential to the human organ it's very easy. billiard "He.simply has a num couraged lawlessness in the west. and especial attention is Kivcn to em ence along toward the last act." Chi- ism, because before the nge (jf. six in the. wings who throws thein to him. " 'I don't know this tariff bill,' he re- phasize the fact that some fishes are cago Daily Xews. months, or thereabouts, the "physi But he neglects to lell you where the ported the senator as saying in a poisonous at certain times. The writ is often said that no European can ological machinery" is not prepared for, go to. It speech, 'but we have entirely too many er's belief is thnt locality has much to understand Chinese commercial meth- the digestion of starchy foods; that in "Watch him now," says the man of 'em out where I live. There's Wild do with it. During several years' resi ods. Here is a curious instance of the childhood sugar nnd starch and fat are hind you. "See, he takes that orange Bill and Pecos Bill nnd Billy the Kid-- all dence at Garden Key, 70 miles from Celestinl tnental inversion. A Chinese required to supply the elements espe Simno good. If you let Tariff. Bill have Cuba, nn instance of anyone's being hotelkeeper.had contracted to board cially needed for growth; thnt in right out of the end of his wand. everything to do with the custom house jwiisoned by the local fishes was never and lodge a visitor for one dollar a day. v'outh bread nnd meat in nbundance plest thing in the world. Ordinnrv he is liable to steal the Atlantic ocean.' heard of by him. The barracuda was As time went on he found it impossible nre necessary to meet the increasing rubber ball, painted Jike nn orange,' "Many of the honest frontier folk at all times considered a fine table fish. to get his weekly account settled. So demands which development imposes and squeezed into the hollow stick. But about this time the man on the took these flights of fancy seriously nnd but the fishermen from Cuba who fished he offered to maintnin his guest for half on the constitution; that in matie life. drove Tabor nearly distracted by long down the channel islands could hardly a dollar 'a week. He said he would lose when the brain is most exercised, di stage throws the fruit into the right stage box, where a little girl proeeeds letters of remonstrance, urging him to bc induced to take large specimens of less. London Chronicle. pestible phosphntlc salts are needed to to peel it and ent it with relish, conread up and get posted, so as not to dis- the fish, which he said were poisonous repair wasted tissue; that in old age sidering it is but indin rubber. DON CARLOS GREAT DANE. grace the state. around Cuba. One form, which attains less food ia4 required, and bread, as the "See that?" queries the man behind "At the expiration of the senator's a length of 12 or more feet, was coni The lloynl Trrtender and Ills Hoynl nonogenarian,' Sir Isaac Holden, as you. "The child works for the show. brief term he circulated an autograph sidered especially poisonous. This fish, serted, renders the arteries "like Sits in a box every performance and hn Canine Compnnlon In album among his fellow members, and which was invariably found to be furred boilers" if we find, in brief, a real orange she substitutes when yoii Venice. the incident tickled Field immensely. good table fish in Florida, was regarded that every period and condition of life nre not looking. Very simple when you He gave what purported to be a copy of with suspicion in Bahama. One of the An American woman in Venice re- has certain exigencies in which reason observe these details." the 'sentiments' inscribed in the vol- signs of jioison given is "black at the we Perhaps it is, but when the child hapume, by the different statesmen such roots of the sharp teeth," but this sign cently, passing along a narrow side must take instinct lor her guide should listen to the voice instinct, re things as when this you see remember lias no meaning in Florida. The bar- canal, encountered a private gondola alizing that the appetite of subject to a pens to be the daughter of nn optician is nnd is nccompnnied by her parents you me, ISoscoe Conkling," and 'sure as the lacuda is common at Bio, and, accord 'approaching, propelled by two very "law of its oSn." This law-does not rnther lose faith in the lecturer's exmoss grows round a stunip j'ou are my ing to Mericourt, some of the men of a trim nnd gay gondoliers, with flowing involve the fallacy that instinct is not darling sugar lump I mean chump French frigate were badly poisoned by sashes and golden crowns embroidered to be trained or disciplined; it only re- planations. on their sleeves. Then comes the egg trick. The man George F. Hoar,' and similar nonsense, eating it. quires th&t the function of instinct be In a gentleail of which maddened his victim. lhe murrics of Florida, snakelike man the gondola were a lady,dog. The given due recognition. In the words of behind you has refused to keep still, and a magnificent big nnd you are wondering if you can "I think Field was the only man Ta- eels of ferocious appearance and naShakespeare we should bor. never forgave, for in spite of ture, are often said to lie poisonous, dog was so obviously an exceptionally gestion wnit oh appetite, let "good di change your seat when the net is over. and health on But the magician evidently knows of gaunt, forbidding exterior the miner but the writer experimented with them fine specimen of his kind, the Great both.' Harper s Bazar. magnate was as tenderhearted ok a nnd found them palatable, if one could Dane, or German, boarhound, that she your trouble, for he has arranged n pit girl. One thing is sure if every fel- forget the. snakelike mouth, white had no delicacy about openly gazing HER fall and into the explainer MAJESTY NOT AT HOME. shutswhich up for the restwill the een-ing- . low he helped in secret would have ieopnrdlike markings and the certain ami exclaiming, since the owners of fine of him .joined his funeral procession the other ly disagreeabcl features of the fish. dogs are seldom averse to having them The Lndlerons Incident In Which day he would have gone to his grave This Is the fish that was so esteemed by admired. But no sooner had the two An empty glass is shown, and in it the President's Secretary gondolas glided closely past one like an emperor of old." X. O. an egg is placed. It is covered with the old Bonians; yet it was impossible FlRnred. than her own go'ndolier leaned a handkerchief, nnd although you can to induce a fisherman on the outer reef to eat a inurry, and some affirmed that forward, saying excitedly: The friends and familiars of thesecre-tar- y hear it rattle until the very last minWHITE FOR SUMMER. "Madame! Madame! It is Don Carthose around the Bahamas were deadly to the president are laughing ute when the handkerchief is whisked los! It is the king of Spain!" off the hen fruit has disappeared. poison. with him over something Color Are Heine Illitenriled for It Although Don Carlos is not king of "Very easy,--" says the, man behind Certain localities have become no to him the other dny, and I vioIn taowiin for Nearly All t torious for their poisonous fish, ns the Spain, and she, like nil Americans, late nobody's confidence In telling; the' you. "The egg (isnY put in the OcenMlmiN. Cape of Good Hope, where the crews of wishes weJl to the little frail boy whose tale ns it was told to me. Some time all. You Just think it is. What.vou mother Manufacturers, merchants, milliners vessels are invariably warned not to Spanish is trying so hard to keep the ago Mr. and Mrs. Porter journeyed to hear rattle is the attendant's ring throne upright and steady for Cuba. While in Havana they cat the fish, and in cases observed here and modistes nil predicted that the made the against the side of the tumbler." him, the But alas for the man behind you present season would be a white one. the symptoms were remarkably like to look American turned with interest acquaintance of n gentleman who is in after pretender, the service of the government down The magician proceeds to show just Their prediction has already been par- those of cholera. ..The richly colored whose chances the Spanish topsy-turv- y . i i in these tially eritied, and, judging from tiie nsiies nave an evil reputation every there. I think he is the collector of how-- the triek is performed. The egg white materials of eiery texture and where, tint tins certainly does not ap times may nt any moment brighten, the port. His wife, he told Mr. .and is hollow and tied to the handkerchief design, from the thinnest French mus- ply to the Honda species. According dim as they usually seem. She could Mrs. Porter, was living here in Wash- so thnt when you pull the covering off lin to heavy cheviots, at present dis- to llornenirmn, poisonous species are not help ;iying to the gondolier as she ington, and asked them to go to see in the right way the egg is lifted out in the did so: of the glass and is hidden by the folds played in the stores, by the end of the known at the Isle of "But the dog is more royal than the her when they returned. It was only of the hnndkerchief. summer white will take precedence ol Antilles, and in China and Japan. He very recently that the secretary found ail of the .colors and for gowns for mentions two species in the waters of master!" It's very simple when you know how. "What' would you have, madame?" time to accompany Mrs. Porter in mak- 'In fact the trick is sp.old the magician the Seychelles. At (iiiadaloupe one of nearly cery occasion. ing the promjsed visit. The address was the reply. "It is true except that For shirt wnists and f.ir gowns for the. gar fishes Belonc cariboea is the husband had given wns in P street. can afford to show how it is done. It is is said that the only reason he use informal occasions white madras and known as a poisonous tlsh; yet the wri- heSo muzzled. indeed, was, he like all dogs in Mr. Porter mounted the steps and rang it at all Is so he can protect people from French muslins and other thin fabrics ter preferred it to all the small fishes the bell. one would enice, explainers, nnd if This was his object are taking the place of.the piques worn and never heard the fish mentioned in nation where conducive think the sit "Is to the conven- asked. Mrs. Donaldson at home?" he he certainly was successful. The man jnore as tieing poisonous. That it early In the season. French muslin in The trim maid who had opened' both white and colors is talcing the is so in other localities there can be no ient drowning of puppies than to liydro- - the door looked at him a trifle haugh- in the next row did not speak again 1 here was no danger to any during the performance. St. Louis place of organdie. The material is just uouui, as jjr. Jiornemann says it is pholna. especially dangerous during the spawn from the dog; it might perhaps lie tily. as dainty ns the organdie. and possesses "Her .majesty has gone' out for a as the the additional charm of laundering ing season ami that the roe Fhould be otherwise with walk," she answered with extreme digwell, a virtue to which organdie can- avoided. He quotes cases where peo- xuiiuuiier (isiirugseemeu to imply anil nity. FRILLS OF FASHION. ple in San Domingo have died from eat to imply, too, that royalties were not not truthfully lay claim. "I asked if Mrs. Donaldson is at persons to have about, at best, and safe Dotted Swiss, with tucked and ing the fish, nnd advises sailors to avoid all to apt to home," said the secretary?. DalntTrlltes Which Will He In js bite or fight. revered trimmings to match, promises fishes of this kind. for Snmpier Cos- -"And I told you," replied the maid .lapanpse waters several tisli are eDon Carlos,, asriie same American in to be the f;norite gown of the girl gradfames. j said to be poisonous, especially En wW Amused to note' 'afterward.: went with added dignity, "that her majesty;V ' uate. $TST about in Venice freely, accompanied al- has gone out for a walk." J graulis japonica, which is dangerous A short, round yoke of lace, embroidFine J nainsook embrDideries Witt Thereupon the secretary, being some? from July to September, and iii almost ways by the dog. Wherever the pair ery or tucked transparent materials is every foreign country fish will be found appeared t,hey attracted all eyes, the what wroth, marched down the steps medallionsof laceJntroduced here an used in gowns of all sorts. The round the that are avoided. On the American first glance being given, if it were nnd nway. Later somebody I don't there add pretty variety toand season't Veniet yoke is becoming to all figures and is coast true cases of poisonous know the somebody's name hearing trimmings. Irish Kint known who they .were, "to the preten fish nre youthful-lookinFew styles have as undoubtedly of the unparalleled impertinence of Mrs. point .effects are also prettily very rare, and, putting der;iut if it were not, invariably to the much as this to reccommend them. the.cptton embroideries fot Donaldson's maid, went' to thV house prejudice and legends aside, the list dog. What are known ns handkerchief of poisonous fishes would be ,Sp better adjunct to royalty could to reprimand the girl, SireTopenedthettr,mm,nl?a cuffs are new nnd stj'lish. The effect of very materially reduced. X. V. Sun. nave oeen selected than that dog! door nnd seemed vastly puzzledto.unJ- XawJlXUjlJe8 in whiteandjiale color foi these is exactly as though a handkercan be bought ajl hemstttchedl-endSleek, huge, tawny brown in color, he derstand wherein she had offended. chief had been cut directly in two, Mr. Porter asked you if Mrs.iDon:- - use, and if you wantto make your white MONKEY LISTENERS. stalked majestically by the side of his , straight-acrossthe center cut out in a especially chic scallop al aldson were at home," said the some- - Hawri-gow- n master, guarding curve and this sewn to the lower edge The llueer CnnBrcKntlon to Which wherever he went. and dignifying him body. A sudden light dawned in the the ruffles ip hand embroidery. Tlienminlilo It.nlinn of the sleeve. This makes two deep a lrrnclier Tnlkrd Buttons are a decided feature ol crowl parted to let the pair go by as girl's eyes. points falling over the hand, und the in Indln. "Oh." she said, "I thought he said fashion, but it is jhe little button thit iney wandered, around the square of curve draws the cult out so that it has a ht. Mark at twilight when the band 'Mrs. Dominis,' nnd I just wanted to lime in polished or engraved metal, and decided flare. This is a style particular In India the people look upon the played and bestowed its interest equal let him know the proper way to speak wedgwood instead orcrystal. ly favored this summer. monkeys as sacred animals, and will ly upon both. of the queen. Mrs. Donaldson doesn't Xun's veiling, because of its soft, Quillings of ribbon must be counted not drive them away from their house Children everywhere paused .to, stare live here any more. She has rented her clinging qualities, will be one of tht among the leading effective "touches' As the monkeys arc as plentiful almost at the mighty animal. Once a rapced house to. her majesty." most popular materials this season. that arc given summer gowns. Often a as birds here tliey sometimes become Italian tot, with her hair knotted high Mr. Porter had called on the Plain tinted organdies will be ver.v gown will have not a touch of trimming a great nuisance, which the people, on her tiny head, was so fascinated that of Hawaii, Lfliuokalani. Washington much worn, and something quite novel of puckered ribbons, and yet liowcver, near without grumbling. save that she could not get out of the way. Both Post. is a combination of plain white anil t look as light and airy as a lace frilled A minister, who was preaching a ser don nnd dog had to make n in one gown. TKe skirt nnd sleeve-ar- e circuit A Mother's Advice to Mothers. gown, and decidedly more stylish. mon one bunilay in a village street in around her, while she wheeled slowly of white, and tthe plaitings nt the rveep your eniuiren busy nt some Pique gowns are made extremely that country, has this to tell about it: about on her small, wooden heels, as on wholesome work or play, nnd this Is bottom nnd the bodice covered with houf.e on the other side a pivot, to gaze with open eyes .plain, finished in tailor style. If em"Behind the and more to the young mind thnn Jioniilies crosswise tucks nre of the deep violet broidery is used at all it is put on in of the street there was a long, row of month, not after the on vice, which only tend to direct their organdie. flat bands, but the most stylish, and, ti;ees growing m their back yards, the somewhat portly man, who carried himAnother idea In making up organ-liconsequently, the most expensive, of branches of which stretched out over self so well, and who might pass for n attention constantly to it. Jly occu pying their time every minute of the .is the use of one color over another; the piques have the embroidery the flat roofs. prosperous business man of her own lay they will be more thoroughly black organdie over pink, or white ovet wrought in the fabric and not put on "Happening to raise my eyes, I saw country but. after his dog, his terrify helped and cleansed than would be heliotrope, nnd prettier still is the us separately. Chicago Tribune. many branches of these trees bend ing but beautiful hig dog! possible in any other manner. The ma of a deeper shade' of thecsame coloi down toward the roofs, anil saw tiie Strawberries nnd Fruit Creams. lhe study of appearances is a great for the organdie lining.. faces of some old jack monkeys look- part of the business of royal personages jority of parents do not realize the' Steam nnd mash a quart and a pint of Narrow silk fringes with network importance, of the duty laid upon them' strawberries; add to them half a ing through the leaves. Soon some of aim However he mav be or else tney are too lazy or incapable .to headings are used for trimming gowni pound of sugar; stir until the sugar is them jumped down to see what their otherwise for royal rank, Don Carlos attend to it. The first duty of the rich nnd silk blouses as well. dissolved; coer and stand aside while 'big brothers' in the street were doing carries himself in manner not unfitting is to be industrious and Line the collar of your f ybu prepare the cream. Put a pint of as tliey stood gazingat these white men ly tor a king and has chosen a kinglv habits of industry in their children. If coat with shirred chiffon of the same standing on the platform. Getting up companion. The pretender has a good cream in a double boiler; add another they are taught to keep constantly busy color if it is n high one. half pound of sugar and stir- until the on the front edge of the roof, they seat- eye lor ellcct. South s Companion. in some useful and ennobling employPink, white nnd pale violet pond lilies sugar is dissolved. Take the mixture ed tlicmselvecs with their feet hanging ment, the chances of their evolution ure popular-flowerin. millinery. over and looked at the preacher as they "Jnn" Snakes. from-th- e fire and when cold add another The next time you see snr.ke.sla.fter a into honorable men nnd women nre a Fawn and dull colored laces gcnerall.t saw the people in the street doing. . pint of cream. Freeze until the con ' "Other monkeys came, until there three days' celebration console your million times increased. "The making-- nre one of- - the desirable dress trim sistency of a thick batter. Bemove tlv? d self with the reflection that they are all of collections nnd the hard study of al- mings. lace on a si!l lid carefully and stir in the strawber was a long row of them seated on the your eye. 1 hey nre due, says a n emi most any branch of natural history are waiat worn with a fawn cloth suit lid and crank and housetops. The last ones I could see in ries; readjust the V likely to interest children, the turn slowly until the mixture becomes walking along behind, looking for a nent oculist, toeye, presence, in certain of machines, "the intricacieshemakiiig thuvsraarUthing. X, Yj. Suri la, of music, rt . : of dark, pulsating place wide enough to 'get a scat. Xot veins of the hard and dry. Bemove the dasher and Wrote Cnrl)-- . the management of a printing press. repack. All fruit creams may be made finding a place between two already blood, as a result of alcoholism, making nre nil useful in appearance Xehrlvnll the women whoire nromi- keeping the voung resemble snakes after this receipt. Baspbcrries are bet- seated monkeys wide enough, tliey put themmotion. Hitherto itin been sup iiiiihi in lfteraturcbegan to write has in a wnoiesome, neaitny nenl y up their hands, and, pushing each one ind ter for the addition of the juice of a sidewise, 1 fc ' original! compositions of some kind ot would seem to be saying, 'Sit posed that the snakes which men re manncr. X. Y. Herald.' Icmcn with the sugar. Peach, pineapported having seen another as soon ns they could hold a Hon- Odors Mar Be Prevented. ple and apricot should have the fruit along a little, please, and give me a lirium were simply in their alcoholic de creatures of the im seat,' until the 'bench' was crowded. According to the modern arrange- pen. Mrs. Meade has produced over lot mashed, grated and sweetened. "I noticed that many monkeys had agination. Xow wc are told that these ment of our houses, odors from the works of fiction, and is still a lady in Ladies' Home Journal. brought their babies to church with hallucinations have an actual basis. kitchen pass through the drain pipes, her prime. Mrs. Hodgson Burnett beNroiuilllnii nnd Caramel Ice Crenms. them. These little baby monkeys sat Statistics on this subject collected by and are noticed even in the gan her literary career in earnest nt the tipper halls All Xeapolitan creams contain eggs; upon the lap of the mother, while her the oculist shou-Jha- t 05 per cent, of the of the house. When cooking, the veg- early age of 15. Beverses had come to the same fhivorings in the same way are arm was placed around them just as visual hallucinations experienced in de- - etables should not be permitted to emit her family by reason of the cotton famused for both caraiflel and Xeapolitan human mothers would do, but the ser- lirtum tremens consist of serpents in any odors. Careless cooks, however. ine, atid she was anxious to help the cream. Put a pint of cream into n mon was too solier for these little one lorm or another. The onlv thintr family funds, EUna Ltall beean to double boiler over the fire; beat the for I saw one of the little monkeys folks, that interferes with the philosophical when j cookingi cabbage, allow it to boil t wrifetorie.Cwhejv5hjB' ivnj about nine . . slyly mining, mason ing in water a substance years old. She wrote, as yolks of three eggs and half a pound of reach his hand around, and, catching consolation to be derived from this is she says, "fot which sugar together until light; add to the hold of another lihby monkey's tail, that at this interesting time a man is too most is thrown off in steam and is the joy of writing," and becifitse she disagreeable; this odor, passing cream; cook just a moment. Whisk give it a pull. The other little monkey busy to remember it. Cincinnati En- upward, scenls the whole house. If could not resist the craving to.describe the whites to a stiff froth, pour the hot struck back. But neither mother mon- quiier. cabbage has been cooked carefully in the beloved heroes, and heroines who mixture into them and pour it back- key liked this play in church, mid each imagination" X. Y. ills First Iloyil Case. salted water just below the boiling- - filled her young ward and forward from one vessel into gave its own baby a box on the cars, as 'And is this the first time vou have point in an 'uncovered vessel, and Journal. nnother until the whole is light. When though saying: 'Sit still! Don't you experienced the sensations of love?" Proper' Training. drained .'outside, instead of in thekitch- cold add another pint of cream, three know how to behave In church?' she asked. en sink, no odor whatever will be noA busuess' man. is, training his two tablespoonfuU of caramel and one lea- ."Except a monkey now and then tryhe replied. "It ticed. This rule applies also to onions little sons to repeat invariablyiTn. conspoonful of vanilla; strain and freeze. ing to catch a flea that was biting him, "Am 1 the first girl you ever told vou and turnips. The water in which these versation, the 'name 'of 'tne jtcrson to The yolks only must be used. When Ihey sat quietly until the preacher fin- loved?" she persisted. have been boiled may, when cool, be whom they are speaking, as; .j"Ycs, using chocolate or cocoa dissolve it in ished his sermon, and until we had He hesitated. What reports micrht poured down the drain outside, and all Mr. Browne;" "Good afterndonVMrs. the pint of hot cream; the vanilla may given tracts to the people, and, bidding no't have come to her ears? odors thereby avoided. Ladies" Home Greene;" "Xo, Miss Mary," etc. ' He inlTnd started for k added, and you may then proceed as them. a polite good-b"You must remember," he said at Journal. sists on this form of courJesylbecause when making plain vanilla cream. La- our tents." Cincinnati Enquirer. last, "how easy it is for the itrnorant of the specialvne.ft?m4y Bet6 the dies' Home Journal. Celery. Fried and uninitiated to accept a base imita A SIntrlmonlnl MuxInKT. Put'the heads of the celery into boil- - boys in business life. To calla persont, A I'nil In Tenpola. The average young man thinks he is tion for the real thing." Chicago Post. inn1 water, with a little anlr. boll subtlocOuipU-menf. promptly by name times may have a The brown teapot has in a' position to marry if he has $250 whicli many AVhcre the Sharpness Lajr." mihutesFcnt each head In two or three to the fore of popularitj- again come in the bank and a steady job. Hope is commercial ' 4I have never discovered anything peicestput in a dih, season ' with pep epicures who insist thnt tea should be a great factor in t love affair, After very sharp about Mr. IXallroom," said per, salt, chopped parsley nnd vinegar brewed in no other kind of rcceptable the man is i0 he wonders how he ever A Nntnral Fertiliser. the new boarder. or lemon juice; leave an hour, then din being responsible for it. A little brown did' it, and when- he eats pie nt night Volcanic dust carried by thft; wind "Evidently," replied the landlady. in frying batter and fry in boiling fat; teapot decorated with a monogram in and has the nightmare he always imsadly, "you have never noticed his ap- wnen a nice color, drain, sprinkle with from the mountains of Puy in Auvergnc gold is the latest fad as a gift to a lady agines that he is enriches the soil of Limngne with phos marrying again on petite." X. Y. World. salt and serve. Boston Globe. friend. Detroit free rress. $250. phoric acid and potash. According to Atchison. Globe. As Thlani So. The Critical pnlrlt. The Way She Heard It. Mt"Kvois I.speetorgenerp of mines How They llccoiue Lonfera. Xcw Drupr Clerk Thnt doctor of 'Your, stm," said the, school teacher. In France ty' ' owing td ihis natural ne Did the minister talk politics as A student of human nature says that yours ought to make out better pre- "is very lit ckwnrtl In his studies." usual fertyir.lha the soij Issdjich, AJicld some men become loafers because they scriptions. "IhatH funny, mused the father. 'nt Gerznt' CTermontFerrnna. has yield She I guess he did; he took his text are too light for heavy too work anil Customer Why, what's the matter? "At home in conversation with me, he ed a fine crop of hemp 13 years running from the Epistle to the Philippines.--Toheavy for light work. Chicago Daily ' "I had lo guess nt "half he wrote." tetWM to know it vritksut .ay Topics. raatMrtv N. Y. " ' 'News, Puck. TIkm. liclinjon Fair. August, i, S, J, 4, 'Street .fajr free every vwbIbx- Bkjhfgond middle age.tb&-Iaf- e Senator Tabor's life was orte of great hardship," said a former resident of the s.lver state, "and when he suddenly became fabulously rich he plunged into luxuries like a starving man wading into g "'!.; T party gets tht most praiseS Chicago Daily Xews. Xoanimal in the world has as little, enser asf a man when he gets mad. Washington (la.) Democrat. "She's a wonderful woman for bargains." "How does her husband stand the expense?" Chicago Evening Post. All the angels arc not in Heaven; a good many are on earth nnd they may beicked'pul by tlielr checrfnlness in getting up in the'nlglit to wait on sick people. Atchison Globe. On theWrong"Tack.-l-'-Tomm- y "Grandpa, are kings and.qucensalways good?" Grandpa "Xot alwnyV,--- my boy; not when there are nces out against them." Brooklyn Life. Stage Gossip. The Clown "I henr Lottie Lightfoot is engaged. They say the man's old enough to be her father." The Coryphee "Yes; but he's rich enough to be her husband." Puck. Parting Kick. A horse went prancing by. "Your sun is setting," brayed the mule in the adjacent barnyard, "but yon never lusir anyone predicting a mulelcss age." Chicago Tribune. Schoolmaster "So, then, the reptile is a creature that does not stand on feet, and moves along by crawling on the ground. Cnn any of you boys name me stichacreature?" Johnny "Please, sir, my baby brother." London Tit-Bit- s. kTho dead TUm Pronfr'Fooi Is? Thnt WaCB the System Cranres and ' Heqolres. Besplg HJs irnnrine Ignorance, lie Perststentlr Kxplnlns ' Mntclelana" Tricks; - trans-fressin- self-mad- i e Times-Democr- tin-oth- er which-hap-pene- gin-sa- . - c. -- nil -- repro-tjced;i- . -- Mo-le- dark-bearde- d. nwrt-colore- ii - Fawn-colore- . to-tla- - 1 1 is' y, jsn r valuc-rllousewi- fe. -- to-da- wn -- ' tkr : iir, Awuftt 1, 2,3, it L, ii . fP1 w 711 .. A7 t Exquisite Shoe... Silk-workea i X X 4- - I? If If Patent Kid Vamp, Cloth Top, with 'Price, S2.50: Eyelets. i 4 oUfel THE BOY'S DESIRE lor stylish shoes should bo gratified, when style, strength and durability can bo found combined in footwear. A hoy will take more care of handsome shoes. Our assortment of Boys' Footwear will pleaso the boy and satisfy tlio parent. Each pair Is, made of particularly touch, but very pliablo calf, and we nro offering them at astonishingly low prices s 5vot Sa&sfouv Shoe. 4 vs a toot". ryj art ON A aiA musl FIRM BASK Reasons enough here why you should wear blylish X X If f If SHOES and no reason why you shouldn't Every pair of Shoes we offer in Men's, Woman's and Children's, are made on the newest shaped lasts. BICE &g AR1TOLD. Successors to "WALLACE & RICE. i best manner. And to make posfession X easy wo sell to fit all pocket-books. shne'is made by expert workmen from fine Calf and Kid and finished in the And every IPusyBee Cash Store's Great Clear The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY JULY 19, 1899. StoufTer sells mow clothing for tho money than any other clothier. New store. Main street. tf Good Buggy For'Sale. first-clas- Clay County Fighters Wanted. The following item has been going the rounds of the press, dated London, pi! 63 vS 2s' vS5 vs7 vS5i Any one desiring to buy a " "Capt. Joseph Garrard, Ninth United buggy cheap will find same by inniiir- - States Cavalry, son of Gen. Garrard, of Dr. Hobson. Dentist. ilyl''-i- f ing tit this office. Manchester, will arrive here from Cin OnrDrip Rock letter will appear cmnati and open a recruiting ofllce. Boy Suicides. next week. Wm. Agee, a boy about sixteen vears His clerks have arrived and secured a building for an office. The Captain Another aud another ratli would age, son of Henry H. Agee, was found expects to enlist a large number of help greatly. hanging in Ids father's barn, on Jolly Clay county men for army service." The rains of Sunday were general llidge last AVednestlay. ance bale! Good Cassimere Knee All-wo- ol iICHMOND is wild with excitement nt the low prices for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock, of seasonable Spring and Summer Goods. All our previous offers thaty have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were' crippled in our former offers wilLbe killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of pur choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing. Goods must go at prices completer obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Pants for children. 10c. per pair. throughout the State. For Senator. Our Great injr One-Fourt- h .n in 'M'ltAV ic nrv 111 IT Off Clear going on. Values not CoinsMeredo Everything has had the bottom knocked out. Suits, Odd Pants, Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, in fact everything in the house lias been reduced to Have you been in Stoufler's new Mr. W. R. Shackelford is being favorstore, on Wain street? tf ably mentioned as a suitable' DemoJailer Lackey is working the county cratic candidate for State Senator from this Senatorial District composed of prisoners on Stony Run. the counties of Madison, Estill, Powell -- Mrs. Tipton's private school will and Lee. open earlv in September. Mrs. W. K. Denny and daughter, Miss Willie May, of Manse, ate with Mr. Stoulfnr has moved to Main street, and Mrs. J. W. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. next to John G Taylor's. tf Denny will probably return to d and occupy the house of Dr. Sherill Coiyer will bell the Beasley Harbour, on the Campus. grocery stock on Saturday. 2. Bich-mon- Your Lbitqs Sold by all druggists. Roy's S2 00 and Wilt be roused to Us natnrat duties and your biliousness, headache and constipation be cured if you tako Children's Strictly Knee Pants, double knee aud don'de peat, all colors, worth 7oc. per pair are yours in this sale for 39a Roy's $L25 and $1.50 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted and Beefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to 14, the price in this clearance sale only 8Uc. $2.50 Knee Pant Suits go at $1.49; Our $350. $4 50 and $5.00 Knee Pant Suits go in this sale at $2.G'J, all styles, "Cream of the Stock." Big Roy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $:100 and $1.00 will disappear in this clearance sale at S1.0S Hoods PMis 25 cents. Rig Hoy's $7. $8, $0 and $t0 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unfinished worsteds, etc. Take your pick and fit in this sale nt $4.93. ARE MONEY The Lexington Horse and Carnival. August Show, Fair Kir. Denty io Return. Life is a pecular thing. Three quar ters of it is a "lie" and half of it is an ' if." C hicago Daily News. Those who live on farms aro liable to manv jiecldedtal cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Hal- lani s fcnnw Liniment ir nromtit v im plied. Price 25 and 50c. Perry & jy5-lIhomas. thess vmm e All-wo- mum mi CHANCES SAVERS FDR MEN! 3 w 444 Miits well made, in brown, blue Men's (iood senjeh mixtures, all sizes, worth $5. $0 and $7 will be closed in this clearance sale nt $2 !IS. OneFourth Off. I Money in your pockets to give us a look. It' you care to make money on your purchases come and see us. -- Chancellor Hlanton has secured from Mr. Henry Clay Broaddus Jies very Mrs. N. F. McCormick, of Chicago, widow of the famous Cyrus McCormick, low at his home on West Main. of harvesting machine fame, an endow Mrs. Bernie Stono McCormack will ment for a manual training depart conduct a kindergarten this fall. ment at the S. P. Lees Institute, a Finest line of neckwear in the citv branch of Central University, at Jackt'f son, Ky. at Stoufler's new store. Main street Terrible News From Clay County. Applicants for appointment to State One of the bloodiest battles in the College will be examined on Fridav. Applicants for teacher's certificates history of tho Clay ronnty feud took place at Manchester, Monday, and five will be examined on Fridav and Satur men were killed and three others desday. perately wounded. The dead are: Aaron Sunday evening's rain wasa soaker Morris, Ed Fisher, Irvine Griffin, Bob pro tern. Tho dry eartli cries out for Philpot, Grillin. The wounded are: more. Granville Philpot, Griffin. The Richmond Fair will certainly George Philpot, take Iplaco, notwithstanding contrary Largest Premium Ever Given. rumors. The largest saddle horse stake ever There will be barrels of free ice offered in Kentucky and the equal of water on the streets and on the grounds the largest ever given in America, will during the Fair. be the SI, 000 Bankets stake on the Judge Turpin united R. L. Hamil second day of the Richmond Fair. ton and Miss Cornelia King in mar- The entries to this stake are all 1mm a distance, which shows that it is not riage on Saturday. gotten up for local Horse Stouffer took more than 100 meas men from all over the state should be ures in one week for suits and pants. present at this contest New store, Main street. tf self-intere- The hay and corn crop, itis thought. were saved by Sunday's rain. Great Addition to Central University. The carpet trust which it posed would have a walk-ove- was sup r, has enrcs shown a in the seams CUDAN five m'nuti-- . and Suamcr Coinplaiuu. I'tUv, 25 8old bv Perrv & Thomas Successors to W. (1. White. Texas will not need the services of a for quite a while. rain-mak- RELIEF Colic Planters?in NeuraleiaMnd Toothache SonrPtomach Men's Fine Suits, choi.:e styles ami qualities in single and double breasted, sack and frock styles of fino Imported worsteds scotches and clays, every suit iu the lot worth and sold every wbere from SS to S12. take your choice and pick m this salo at $4.03. Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. Ladles' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth il.'JS ro in this sale at 75c oer pair: Men's Hunday Shoes in lace and coneres worth ll.5u will be dished ont to you at 89c per pair: Men's ,51.75 and 92 shoes win be J1.00; Men's dark Tan, Black Vicl and real uussia leather J3 and II shoes, they go in this sale at $1 J9. Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. ing reserved. wide Serges, Ilenirettas, cheviot effects, novelties, fancy weaves in black ail double width Roods woith 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- Men's Kxlra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a "T." You can inako your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashionable tailor-mad- e uarinents worth from $14 to $10, thev go iu this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were 25c and :i5c per yard are now 12'c in this sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in thi sale. were One Jot of Slippers for ladles in sizes 2;.3. 1, and some S's $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at formerly sold at 50c tat per pair. $25,000.00 Given Away. In the past year Dr. R. V. Pierce has given away copies of his great work, i tie i'eopie s uommon fconso Medical AdyiFer, at an expense to him of $2o.- 000.00 exclusive uf postage. This stau- lard hook nn nieolcine and hvgiene contains 1008 panes and more than 700 illustrations. It treats of the greatest and gravest problems of human life in simple Engli.-- h, from a comnioti Rpnst point of view. It answers thoe ques tions of sex which lingers unspoken noon the lips of youth and maiden It is pssentiallv a family bonk, and its advice in a moment of sudden illness or accident mav be the means of saving valuable life. This great work is sent absolutely free on receipt of stamps to defray the cost of maU'iig stamrw for the only. Send 21 one-eebonk in paper binding. or!H stamps for cloth cverp. Address Dr. It V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y. It Fine Jacqnads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine Dress Goods. Former price "5c anrt boc per yard will lie slaughtered in tins sale at ibc per yard. iNotiimg leserveu. White Underwear, Ladles' Heady-mad- e Special Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Iteady-mad- e Dren Skirts, Carpets and Lace Cuitains. Tlitse s:otls have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and staud out to you as the greatest bargains we are ollerinu in this sale, ask to see them. Not an article in the entiro lug store loft untouched, this sale must be far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleaning sale for us We must have room for our fall stock aniLthe only way we see to get it is to actually give goods we have to our customers and let them profit by away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of t our loss. Ilon't fail to attend this sale. the-bes- Cninlet. A Great Uig Lot of Men's "Too Linen" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "the best" New York Mills will be closed at 30c per pair. Bring ahmg your CAH CLEARANCE SALE (WH to when yon come fur tliee bargains and save time ami a refusal of credit, for this is a uake room and get casli to buy fall goods with. Very Itespectfnlly, 1 HAM & COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN no Open Air Concerts to Begin. Government engineers aro at Valley A beautiful Chickerincniano. madf of mahogany, can be purchased from As previously stated in these col- - View locating a site for the lock which G. W. Evans. Jr., for $00. inel4-t- f umns, open air concerts by the Rich- is to be built in the river at that point A Neglected Cold Miss Dora Rutherford, of Berea, mond Band will be given at stated In and Mr. Thos. Gabbard, same place. tervals, beginning ou Friday evening is an were granted license to wed. to buy ZARING;antswheat. The alarm of lire at noon Thursday wae duo to a blaze in the roof of Sam Phelps, col , on North II Street. Our oods areFirsi-Gia- ss and Uc-to-Ilaie Stouffer has taken more measures this spring than all the rest combined. New store. Main St. tf By all 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 Kloudyke with evidences of tiie rich strike he made in the frozen zone. ftir suits to order ZARING The Clothier, The Shoer, The Hatter, The Furnisher. Julyl2-t- f Will give you more flour and of a btlter quality foi VOtlr vlit:it thuii iinvmin. J seven-year-old Master Park Boen, son of Win. Boen, of Estill county, cut fifteen bundles of outs with a cate knife. We are closing out all our goods in have usfd Chamberlain's Cough order to remodel our house. Nothing, Remedy in my family for years and al- hats, shirts and underwear at your own wih good results." says Mr. W. price at Stotifier's new Main street IwavH of Kl Kio, C d. "For small store, next door to Farmer's National children we find it especially effec-itive- " Bank. For sale by Perry & Thomas, tf juIyD-ldruggists Miller's famous fourteenth annual barbecue will take place Saturday, AuThe Kentucky feudors have removed gust ". nearShephenlsville. to Oklahoma and California. 'I Miss M. K. Anderson,of A'allaceton, and Mr. Ollie Boin have been granted license to unite iu the holy bonds ol wedlock. T. C. Lowry, of Waco, a recent graduate of the Law School of C. U., will locate hero with an office in the ' Moberley building. Streug is making a cut on (he stock on hand to make room for fall and winter goods. Everybody kuowsStreng will do as he says. Tlnee piir of yearling pea fowls for sale, at 5 00 per pair. Apply' to Major J. T. Estili., Estill, Madison Comity, Ky. cause of disease. It next. Prof. Mitchell, a brillant per- clogs the lull irs with mucus. It strains former, is in charjfn. The following mill breaks down tne lungs tissues Dr. is an unfailing program will be rendered Friday night: Bell's 1 Munal'a Mirch Cox cure for coughs and colds. It rebuilds 2 Cuba Libre waltz. Show tho tissues and gives strength to the 3 Old Kentucky Home cornet solo Masten lungs bv supplying the blood with fat4 Uncle Eemus two step Bean forming oxygen. 25 cents at all good It 5 The Cracker Jack overture Mackie druggists. 6 Danube Waves wait Ivanoirici John M. Dyer won the Morganflold 18th Regiment march Panilla Suu's prizo bicycle offered to the mdst Saturday Night Train For Estill popular young man in Union county Satii'day July 22nd, For Children and continuing each Saturday until the best congh and cold remedy ever futher notice the R. N. 1. & H. will run discovered is Dr. Bell's their night train jthrmiifli to Irvine, and It is pleasant to take and perfectly One dose Ht bidtiino stops will start their morning train from harinle.-.H- . the Irvine on each Monday af f:00 a. in.. curecough all night. Ii is guaranteed to cruip and whooping cough. 25c connecting with K. C. nt Richmond, at all drugtiit-ts- . it Q. & C. at Nicholasville, an I Southern The license of Jacob Huffman, the at Versailles. This extra train Is ver lunch appreciated by the business nstsalonn keeper in Greenup, expired men as it enables them to spend two IiineOO. Greenup is now a dry town nights and one day at Estill, and reach To eradicate worms from the system homo on Monday in time for business. i!ive tbf child plain, uoiirishidg food iind W bite's Cream Vermifuge. The re Wink DuncanxKickcd By a Mule. sult will be, the worms will disappear News reachfd here at 2 p ni. yester and llin child become healthy and Piieo 50 cents J'crrv and day that a mule had kicked Mr, W. S. cheerful. julyo-lThomas. Duncan in the bide and that he was The Green River Valley Improve coughing up blood. How serious his injuries are is not known at this hour. ment Association held a well attended Mr. Duncan was iu erecting meeting at Rockport, Ky., Saturday. A Serious Position some farming machinery and passed near a mule which with' proverbial is that of a pernon who through neglect treachery let go with his heels and laid of a Fceminirly trival cough or cold is the good man low. Mr. Duncan is pro- threatened by that dread destroyer of prietor of theCassa Grande livery sta mankind consumption. Do not ng. or cold, however trill ble, bono of the cleverest men in the It is a menace of consumption. Dr. county, aud his sad accident has filled Bell's will cu-ji cntlgh nra cold in one nljflit and exhil- the community witli sorrow. I lungs against tile iucep'ioil of arate the ey m rine-Tar-Hon- Jr. Lungs Irritation ensure perfect digestion, supply rich blood, nurisb the nerves and make life worth living. 25 cents a box at druggists. It The Lyon county camp meeting is to The BarUotmiile Pathfinder has just be held near Kuttawa. August 2 to 10. Gracshoppers are giving farmeis in several counties much worry, and are closed its first year a very successful 'Toerrls human." but to continue one. seriously damaging corn. the mistake of neglecting your blood is folly. Keep the blood pure with HWl's White's Cream Vermifuge not only A UiiM Knjiiys Saiaparilla. the forerunner to consumption Dr will curp it and Hell's give such strength to t lie lungs that a cough or a cold will not retile therp. 25 It cents at all good druggists is Inperfect digestion and assimilation produce disordered conditions f the which giow and are continued bv neglect. Herbino gives tone in the stomch. and causen good digestion. Price .rX)c. Peirv & Thomas. J Digestos Dyspepsia Tablets Tetter, anil Kczoma. The intenso itching and smarti ig incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's "Eye and ikin Ointment. Many very bad lasus have been permanently cured by it. It is cqnally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for soro nipples; chapped bands, chilblains, frost bit.-and chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per bor. Salt-Kheum i nptimi. nnil ntpficnnt il'lrnr and is a certain mid llm collided as a I.ee Pollock, who was dangerously . ' ,.f ..r.. ...I..... 1.. tor chills and fever in '.' .1.:.... ir..... permanent cure by falling lumber, will recover. IVrry and need of a laxative, ami if the father or hurt children. Price 25 cents. mother be costive or bilious, tho most july Thomas. Frceziii Weather Iu July ( gratifying lesiilts follow is use; so that cause great say the hickory nut crop it is "the best family remedy a known Wouldfortunately discomfort and loss Wiseavres but it is seldom known. aud eei'y family should have bottle in Kentucky will be a record smasher .Manufactuied by the California Fig is caused at A vtit amount of mir-erhowevpr, by impover-irdie- d this venr. this Jsurup Co. blood, poor appetite and gener"Duly Feed Man And Steed." al debility. These conditions may be Allen county will vote on the county remedied by ei riching tho blond ami Feed your nerves, also, if vou would bond question at the regular Novemtoning the stomach with Hood's Sar have .them strong. The blood in the ber eltction. saparilla. This inediciiieseems to put feeder and sustalner of the wIioIh nernew life, into the whole phHicl sysvous system. Men and wmneti ho are tem, simply because of its wonderful What among human ills are more nervous are so because their nerves are power to purify, enrich andfvitalize starved. When they mahe their blood annoying than, piles? Tho affliction the blood, create an appetite aud inrich and nuro with Hood's Sars.ipanlla that prevent active exercises are bad vigorate the digestive factions. Wo their nervousness disappears because enough, hut one that makes even rent advise you to get a bottle and try it the nerves aro properly fed. Huod's miserable is worse. Women iitb among if vou are not feeling its, greatest martyrs Tablet's BuckSarsaparilla never disappoints, It will do von more good than a six eye I'iln Ointment will cnr the most weeks vacation. It is the best mediPrice obstinate eao$. Price, 50c in hoi tie, Hood's Pills cure constipation. jy5-ljvo-lcine money can buy. It tubes 75c. Perry & Thomas. 25 cents Ionic-- ..tr...,.ii.. nvnna , l.iifr ,a 11... It Dr. Catlj's Condition Powders, what a horse needs when in bud condition. Tonic, blood purifier anil vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horso in prime condition. Price 25 :ents per package ar-just Scottsville has a circulating library. Is your liver tired? Does it iail in do bs duty? If w don't neglect its call for help. A fow dopes of Horhine mav save you a spell of sickness, llt rbim-i- s im-dici- the only perfect liver It cures chills and fever. Price 50c Peny & Thomas jiilj Vlm There wore four barbecues in different parts of Warren county. Saturday. Indigestion. Begulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry it Thomas, successors tn W. Q. White. jpij4 JamaNUBIAN JEA curesand V gia, Constipation vjf S R LL M LZ LC Ni A Small-Po- x Expert. 7I 7 7ry 7Ht (K A ........ I Foil Sale Some say the rain of Saturday, July 15, was the first since June C. Anyway it was the moat welcome shower in several mouths. Prof. C- Uucker 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 n ciieck m m m n is " . And our stock of Hardware, Farming Implements, Stoves and Tinware, if vou are alive to the necessity of saving dollars where you have been saving cents. Bu3'ing as we do, s in large quantities, for ready cash, we ob tain from manufacturers that enable us to sell at exceptionally Low Prices. JSTRemeiuber that eve'n the little Items for household or outdoor urn, such as Ticks, tVrowa. Nails, etc, a considerable saving can be aifected which amounts.to dollars in the aggregate 8 Pi SI without a revenue stamp endorsed by the giver of the check. Don't forget this.' It is a bran iipw ruling. Vincent C. Cromueli.sou of W. V. this city, has been summoned to Frankfort by Secretary McCormick, of the State Board of Health, to assist in the management of the small-po- x cases there. Dr. Gibson was so successful with the epidemic that he was called to Middlesboro aud now-- to Frankfort. The papers have this to say ol Jheepi- demic at Frankfort: "Secretary McCoiniick, of the Suite Board of Health, aud his corps tif assistants are doing valuable work here in eradicating small-po- . The patients are being removed to the pesthou6e as fast as the disease develops and reports from there this morning aie that all patients are improving." Announced Dr W. Moss Gibson, uf The Populists of Hart county held their convention Saturday and named delegates to the State convention. Our baby has been continually trou bled with colic and cholera infantum since his birth, and nil that we could do for him did not seem to uive more than temporary relief, until we tried Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Since giving that remedy tie has not been troubled. AVe want to uive vou this testimonial asan evidence of our gratitude, not that you need it to ad vortise your meritot ions remedy. G. M. IiAW, Keokuk, Iowa, tor sale by Perry & Thomas, drucct". lm Ixmlea has a new depot ready tn he occupied as soon as the benches are placed in the waiting rooms. Cham-oerlain's $1.50. rjruT UTJxnjrruutrixiririrjTnxuinjux $1.50. $1.50. OUR $1.50 WONDER. M S9 5 TVeases "AJom In the Cromwell, ol Lexington, was thrown matism and Sores, l'rice, 25 cents. from a vehicle in Jacksonville, Illinois, be.founifthn formal announcement of Sold by Perry & Thomas, pneccbsors to W. and received ii j.irics from which he Mr. George NoIhiuI, of Union t. iiy, for O. White. The annual camp meeting at High Asses-suro- f .Madiiou county, subject to died. Bridge, Ky., will commence July 2i thiaction of the Ueniocratii party. There was taken Ironi thjj office ami continue ten days. about a year since, a powder horn, with the letter . Li. aud n hand cnt on the horn. The end is filled with walnut wood. The possessor of same will please return same to this oifice and get liberal reward. Mr. Noland is a young man full t f. vim and energy; successful in all his business undertaking mid fully capable of fulfilling jvery duty attached to the responsible oflico In seeks His Democracy is unquestioned. Befoie him his father fought for Democratic principles and taught his son jn early days to battlo for the party he so loved. He has been truo to the teachings of the elder gentleman, aijtl is one of the leading Democrats .of Madison county. If tho nominating Is given Mr. NolRtid, we can truthfully my b Will carry tho (strength A W. yurty Ih th, h1 tlwtloMi W . bet tHtmttt . . m em! w to-da- y lor Assessor. proper place in this i!no will Planters CUBAN OIL lot, cures O 9 .TU, Burns, Brows, Rheu M 5 3 .ca, Vtsf Uy' 7 fl 1 lifts SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL. See uh W. D. BibKLisr. nnl get prices on roofing and guttering. Tinner. TAYLOR BROS, What seems foolish and absurd has been reducod to a feat of skill and scito the high wheel dive ence. We-rofat the Lexington Horse Show, Fair mA Carnival, August 8 to 12. It In performed from a towr 42 feet high, the limp beiiiff'Ltnsde iuty & 'frooX bjtt t?H fuel deep, Willie haHnhluttSi tho diver Hm Ntftl mtwjf tHcttwJui Iwjm btfrre Persons t'Oubled with diarrhoea will be interested iu tho experience, of Mr. w. ji, misli, cleric ot Hotel Uorrance, Providence, It. I llesss: hi"or sever al years I have been almost a constant Billlerer from diarrhoea, 'the frequent attacks completely prostrating, inn and rendering nic mint for my duties at this hotel. Alsiut two years ago traveling salesman kindly gave m a small bottle of Chainbei Iain's ColK Cho'.eraand Diarrhoea ltenleuV Much i to my surprise and delight fis were immediate, l. Whenever I Mt symptoms of the disease J would foitify rhyeU sgainet the hi tuck with h fnw (tows IU this ViihtMblri relnwlyv The 11 eHV-e- We have this Shoe in all the different lasts m both Heel, and Sprinrr Heel, in both ttbn and Lace. ". iThis is the srreatest Shoe e n the market. "Gome and see for 'yourself.M s Boots, Shoestand1 Gents' Furnishing. I. M 5 Ricii:.iokD, Ky. 207 West Main fLTtfLFl ru iflruvn nnnsiru ruxnnsux mxnrunn imnivw ruxfvrj1 ruvwr rvnnHHti hnruurn rutrLnnri ruvannn an nnnr. inib - x Douglass, Bright l' Sz S. Co, vKi . $1.50. A r. : vmy fT ... uiwkm MMPiett vtiry fsltlm bm mm litrufxft. !... WtwJ te? imw rrry fKllxbb'tiirV lli unlet sin! JulyMm R1rSRR(R tl 11 11 m Our Goods ALND 4 Eere's Ytir CMaac. Ssne Extnterdiflary Offers by Tbe Cliaax. , County Court Days. a - pices Compel you to; trade with us when you give us a trial. T 1h l&ml Acts gently on Ira1 y . I . . till Mii ' The ladies cannot be dcceicd Ci EANSES .EFFECTUALLY by catchy phrases nor All bombastic claims. we have to say is, we buy ' in the best markets of OVERCOMES the world, select the latest goods, and when you buy you know 3011 have ,T5BtHErlC.lLECT& the latest, o ey goods. Is that what you but thf r.PNumt-Miwant? If so, trade with (5Uf?RNIApGfSYRVP(. Kidneys, LJver and Bowels THE 5YSTEM JO0 rS:, the need nof lose flesh in summer S J if you use the proper means to prevent it You think you can't taKe iLUIl y Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. EMULSION in hot weather, J The Climax and the Home J but you can take it and di- and Farm, $1.30 ji gest it as well in summer as The Climax aud either in winter. It is not like the the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's plain r oil, which is or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. difficult to take at any time. Big Purses at Richmond Fair. The Climax and the Louis- - $ If you are losing flesh, Tl)e Madison County Fair Association ville daily evening post, $3. , you are Ic;ing ground and 5 opens the' following purses, to close J uly 12, to be trotted during their Annual The Richmond Climax and you need " " y. -- The Climax wanta five liunred new subscribers by tho first of the new year. In order to reach this end, some ex traordinary inducements will bo made. Until further.Doticc the following will be offered to subscribers. The Climax and TheWeek-- 6 I Oil cod-live- Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison couuty, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. r Stanford, Lincoln count.y,.Eecond Mon' day. Georgetown, Scott county, third iron-da"' : Danville, Boylo county, third "Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. All. wOi'wiaN fViou? 1 -- 1 Ou luS" fcjwv jat the PLEASE Istbo host forFctaileTronbiss. Corrects all Irregularities in Ketnalo Organs. Should be CbllWllrth. rfciorj r id takn "0'd TUne" ' Brecdlcs tioforostood the have Plinttrs twe.tty years. test lot tr Y tin Made only by NewSpcncerKedlcJiiaCo., Chat-- nifri. Ye tnescr. t Twice-a-wee- k Courier-Jou- r Meeting, August 4: nal, both for one year $1.60 $1.90. The Climax and Weekly and must have it to keep up Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. ? your flesh and strength. If The Climax and Ohio Farm, you have been taking it and 5 prospering on it, don't fail to $ The Climax can also fur f: uiuiuuti unLii vuu ait. uiui- - f & nish any paper published in oughly strong and well. and J i.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & DOVYNE, Cntmtsts, New York. $oc. I Scott's Emulsion THE ItAXKKns' STAKH $1,000, Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-lQ. White. All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Norro riasters. r -- o i t i rtTtTTrn m m m mm m mm jij-- the United States or Europe at reduced rates. up-to-da- te TflE"SHflUNDBED" TBHOLDBE-MO- B N'r roa 3AuetuoR9Cfiisni Jan5-l- 0..'."C0 y mt sot rutomc. lite Survivors of Gallant Band of AND Gibson. EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION Heroes to Meet at Louisville. HISTORY OF THE HARDSHIPS Major Lamar Fontaine DR. CALDWELL'S I YRUP PEPSlPj Indianapolis, Ind., CURES CONSTIPATION.il JULY 2Q-S- 3. the Leaders ol the 1899. movement. ADDRESSES OF SURVIVORS WANTED Only One Fare Round Trip H.Hoshal&Co - Except that from point within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar. One-thi- rd Captain F. N. Graves Talks Interestingly Concerning Origin ol And Hardships Endured by Men. ' VIA Commission Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" Skp, Tickets will be on sale from all points July 19,20,21. From points wiimn s nines 01 in diananolis on Julv 19. 21). 21. 22 and 23. 1899. Returning tickets will be good to leave Indianapolis to July 21th, with a proviso that if tickets arc deposited with Joint agent at Indianapolis not later than July 24th, and pay msntoffee of 50 cents at the time of deposit, tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis t5 and including August 20, 1899. For full information regarding tickets, rates and rontes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," oraddresstheundersigned. Gen. Southern Act. Qen. Pass. & Tkt Agt. .Atlanta Constitution. A movement has been started, tinder Cattle, logs Uniont d the direction of Major Lamar Fontaine, of Lyon, Miss., to hold a reunion of the "Immortal six hundred" at Louisville next year. Major Fontaine 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 informa tion concerning them will be gratefully received by him, In a letter to Captain F. N. Graves, of this city, Major Fontaine writes as fol lows: I have for many years past tried to tret a reunion of tho survivors of the immortal six hundred, but so far have failed. At Richmond only seven or eight responded, at Nashville fiveor six at Atlanta none.aud at Chattanooga only four or live were there, that saw. "I have already written to the pow ers that be at Louisville asking for the following part in the programme: Namely, tho head of the column to be the survivors of Morris island prisoners, with little girls dressed in white with red hats, hose and shoes, to escort each ono of us to a place in thejgrnnd stand, and there to be addressed by Colonel Charles E. Hooker, of Mississippi, a d hero, or by some other elo quent crippled confederate who can tell the assembled icrowd the southern story of the war. "I want to get the names and resi dences of every survivor of the six hundred that I possibly can, and keep in touch with them until tho reunion at Louisville. So please send mo the names and residences that you know of at this time. "I know, my dear old comrade, that the shadows of lifo are growing longer, and you and I are drawing nearer life's goal, and if we do not meet here, well 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 tlieJiid-de- n land ol Benlali. I shall soon cross 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 com rade of the days, when you and I gave with them tho best days of our man hood to our common country and cause a cause as pure and holy as was ever born and fostered on God's green earth. I love it still with an eastern adolator s devotion, and 1 can never forget. "With a comrade's greeting and love to you and those near and dear to you I am as in 'Auld lang syne,'your friend in sunshine or shower. one-arme- Stock Yards, Cincinnati, 0. Tklepiione 7346. information regarding live Consign oek cheerfully furnished. sept7-l- y your stock direct to us. Kay-A- ll w. p. dale:, a. o. p. a.. Cincinnati, Ohio. irlth vegetable KmcdioH. Have cured many thousand ca-- e .called honele-is- . In tea days at leant two-thirof nil j mptomt removed. TwttmoninU iind TE3 DAYS treatment free. DR. H. II. GEELK'S SOUS, liox K. Atlanta. Go. DROPS1 CURED Y B CALL ATw SALOON PARLOR YHEN IN TOWN. EQUAL TOIANY EMERGENCY re- - iinhio carnage nnuer him. He can Coolest and most refreshing rest secure in the thought that when of drinks that can be found he has one of our well made, reliable rhnnbouts. in the city are dispensed pluetons, carriages,road carts, whale or that come and accommo- bone speeders, the road, his wagon never by may on what will cive way. Wo have one of the dating clerks. up-to-da- te The man is who has a good, sound, Genuine Saratoga Water Kept Phone 3. Second St. RICimoND, KY. aud finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-wayon Tap. and rubbprtired luiu'ines in Rich' mouu. JUHN UUNtLbUN, Prop r Kentucky Carriage Woijks. tjJ-tjEg- a etired home ,? out at Book ofwlthpar NC titulars dent TREE. EG0N0M1ST RANGES woollei aaa dr b. rioriu i ryorco. 01 uuice, iu. Whiskey Eitlti m - -- 135- 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 hundred," is as follows: "During tho spring of '04, about 2,000 confederates officers, of whom I was ono, were held as prisoners of war at Fort Delaware. 'Morris Island, in Charleston harbor, was iiclu by the federals, ana i'ort Sumter by the confederates. Tho two forts were continually firing at the other, and the yankees on Morris Isl and would bombard Charleston. However, a truce was declared and the commander of Morris island agreed to put in end to the shelling of the city. Nevertheless, the truce was violated, and from time to time shells were thown into the citv of Charleston. Major General Sam Jones, commanding the department of South Carolina,Geor gia and Florida, protest very emphati cally against this outrage, and, as the bombardment was continued, 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 Sjates army, all of them prisoners of war,have been sent to this city .for safe keeping, Thev have been turned over to Briga dier General Ripley, commanding the first millitary district oT this depart ment, who will see that they are pro vided with commodious quarters in a part of the city occupied by non-cobatants the majority of whom are women and children. It is proper that I should inform you that it is a part of the city winch has been for many months exposed day and night to tho fire of your guns. "As an answer to this action, COO of the confederate eflicers imprisoned at Fort Delaware were, transported and placed under firo at Morris island They were kept here as hostages for the safety of the federal prisoners in Charleston, ovor three months. 'They were then removed to Fort Pulaski aud detained there in close con finement for four months. "These men suffered terrible from starvation and cruelty. The daily al lowance offered was four stale worm- eaten crackers of lmrtltack.aiid the only beverage furnished was water. The men weto deprived of salt and vegetables and many died from scurvy. "Thoy are known all over the country as the "immortal six hundred," aud the suffering and hardships they en dured have never been equalled in civilized warfare." No HiRlit to Ugliness. Offered by four Bnnlcs nf lUuluuond, for saddle stallion, mare or trebling, any of which $200 is resonetl for consolation Only hoises that show in Bunkers' Stake and take no part of money will bo allowed" to compete in consolation. Five per cent to nominate and 5 per rent additional from money winneis. Money divided 50. 25. 15 and 10 per cent. No additional entrance nil! be charged .for consolut ion, and 5 per cent will only be deducted from first division (SSOO) ol first show and 5 per cent only deducted from ($200) con- nlatiun. Should the above stake fail to fill reasonably well, right reserved to declare oil. Entrance money refunded. Rules of National Saddlo Horse Breed ers Association to govern. For other rings for Saddle and Harness Horses, see catalogue. TKOTS. 15 Class, $400 . . . 27Clnss,S40O . . 22 Class, S400 . . . mmtmmmmmmimmmm9'99' WITH fry--- mti SEND NO MONEY QSAOE OR Of CABINET lUSOtCK i tiu an iTAsariiiiicr list ad. out and semi to we will SEWIMQ MACNtXE hjfrrTirklC. o. p. l yuui HtMirtt iiruut ucjjve sum i TOUR OiDER, anil n.Ht;u c entthi. hip ufCO.tX). mmi Hit, iik iuiki or, p.j j..r rr.itMirni.our special otrer price S15.50 120 ana the fretcht will arern're 75 cents lor each 600 mile. CIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIALIn yoor own home. nr ri..-s- euuTrsi BiEaii.i tou s 1ftll MavhUM ifctr Mil lilll In'HM k ll.r l'rt. .cl f.l.l.r... I5.30 f.ruu DROP DESK CABINET BTJIIDXCX u.i i,i oaves b vttius ever oucivit py aaxiiouitSa BEWARE OF IMITATIONS SE'Sy SETS1 inariiu- rertlineats, oUcrmiC' itnitee vartoa! namen. with Tarlean lnil icfm.nl.. Wrll. ..at. lrl..4 la Otlra-n- i aad tr.n nk. an ItUIHII AID Willi jtCV XI'T. " P erenr xnniltx lHranr'aiTT. 1 OF tttlt IIIMI HURT MD C C? I- r5 i J .KID II HltS .Hli, H1TII Till JOJt. JtAIIE V THE IIMTHAkDKIV AMt'.KIr . rittiji tiik MA'rr.i.1 i, it-- , .i;l wivi S0LI0 CJ.M7ER SAVED all t.rfal win mam tn , Tour j ar,0f r s.-- ..ii j uir jitu . areatnor fautnea. n ill. an. on. ss.90. 11U.OO. Jl.fhl-..- fl.t TUH P HUtUll n tJUU.-I3U- f t" rill" i:it nUnxi.ti.elU-irtnitlonhoi- pine from .llrttti to I 1k Kin Pine-Tar-Hone- y- ia SySS i ' I. ' 7f II ir ! T Vll l H V . C!r f l larceHIra ,.lve fwar motlen feed, aeir r r, jOtflAill " Bmaule bobbin winder, adjustable bearlnjr. ptn t llteraui.lmproTe4looewlicetiljii8tableprc5er foot. lmime(l i Mill tV'!-wpatentneeitlelnr.r-atet(lie'"'r-iarW n, J 1 auto-mtl- e rli, OAK " Xi nunhine.l,.- -i a Irtbie, .la.d .r Mk, U. . h.r tleri a. u. i nnu linn jn place I(.r w n .VrUIra framr, carTCtl. itencleit. en I, , fw, man. niei(t rtfLei uraver p'.ll i 2t?.ms ri . . . headlibandtf in.j , . 2:18 Class, 2:35 Class, 3:00 Class, $100 S400 $100 15:yr-ol- d Class, $300. R. B. Terrill Purse Class, $300 for Yearlings, $150. 1WCES 2:17 Claas, $300 ... 2:24 Class, $300 $200 30 Class, $300 . . . Catalogues will be issued in ten days or less. J. W. Bales, President; S. A. Nature's 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. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes arc healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS iili flL. (Jl UtJ i V ,Wr.-X-- At trivf, lellaMralniaal.r. . 1 howanToneean rtn It and doelth-- r Jtlaln or anr klml n( fan. . I BIWIirNO OUAnANEE 1. aent with ever r n, sVaW iJ A IT POSTS YntI 1TH1XR tnree.ndeiamln-- t thl maehlne r, If convince! are.arlar 2i.OO a ln on u. rulr. tKten ill It al aa ! 1 ... .I Kl It IS. II.. -- Ilkla tkr--. - K.,llt. 'II".1!, i -- , !. el"ilr.C To. are thnroutrhlr reliableaiaala. r 1 JAT'VI-'Tr'-- f ,,r III. i:A:t3, f.O'ISUCK it CO. (Inc.) Chicago, apr5-C- Deatherage. Secretary. THE BLACKBERRY, CROP. To most people the blackberry is the product of the wild bush,.and few people know that they arc, or can be, cultivated with profit. This year tho wild or volunteer crop is comparatively a failure, but a number of fanner 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 averaee of $2 per crate and says the propects are for nearly as much more for which h will realize as good a price. This is tho second season of bearing. The berries require little cultivation. Padncali News. Volcanic Eruptions weak Bottles Only. 25c., 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET naanawpMncAtn nnr ntrom Mill 00 bnni any remedy equal touUr. Bell's Ittrlvesqulckandpermancntrellcf Dr. Beii's In grip as well as coughs and colds. It makes 1 1 "---j PiRt-Tar-Hon- Madson Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED ty 1863. I PcdDcah, Kr. For sale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Q. White. uncs strong. Mrs. 21. A. ZletcaUe, JAMES T. HAMILTON, Proprietor Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY. of joy. Are grand, but Skin Eruption rob life Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, cures them; also Old, Running and lever Isburg Central- - Stock EAST LIBERTY, PA. Yards Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Bums. Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Best Pile cure on eartli. urives our, i'ains ana Aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Perry & Thomas, 2 Druggist. SOME HOTEL RULES. To Govern a Place to Suit All The Kickers OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. Those who are contemplating bnyinj; JlarMo, Granite, or any kuxl of ,n Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tin of tlie M. E. Clmrcli on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly or km t a large stock of finished work to select from, at prices to suit all cImm-- i s f buyers JPMn. W. (i. tiOUOHEK, one: of the best workiiieii in Ci iitr.,ik Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory in every phase. Parties living at a distance should write to us for will be furnished on application. i i Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. more, Washington, Philadelphia, WYOUR PATBONAGE SOLICITED.- -! Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti T. HAMILTON, gnnnyiuuinrinniumriJTrinj Proprietor. ...... .K -- o I S3 I o a O a o 21" ss 54 ro sr C ;r 3 ogSogooo a S! a or. :::3 ::rs 3 00 o B IS S3 OOOOOOOO CSCCBSSS Roofing, Guttering and General 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, sho 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 ami kidneys and to puri ty tne uioou. it gives strong nerves. bright eyes, smootii. velvety skin, rich complexion. It will make a good-loo- k n ing, charming woman of a invalid. Only 50 cents at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. 2 supper. tun-dow-SPANISH-AMERICA- A great deal of acrid cackle is ut tered nowadays upon the question of "rights" to most things under the sun all the way from 'woman'e rights" to tile 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 wore reserved for it. 1. The motto of some hotels should' be, say tho new rules, "Do unto others as they will do unto you." There are three department- supstairs, downstairs and outdoors. Out doors is the cheapest. 3. If the bell in your room is broke, wring the towell. 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 tho table, it is judicious to provide no fruit. 4 0. Guests having nightmare will find harness in tho wardrobe. i. Thirteen at dinner table is n bad sign It is a sign that we. will have no 8. Each room is supplied with a handsumo cliromo card with the following inscription: "Honesty is the best pollcamau." 9. If tho hotel is not on tho right side of the street, let it bo known at tho oflice, and it will bo promptly moved to tho other side. 10. No spoons allowed on tho table couples. occupied by This is to prevent "spooning" in public. 11. Guost arc not oxpected to pay their bills unless they prefer to do so. We have seen a tree "leave its trunk for board." Ally Sloper, London. newly-married New York and all Eastern markets. Good buyers always in attendauco for export cattle and all other kinds of stock. Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention. PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY. I HIGHEST -! XZm aU J tJ GRADE I SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31 - 3m BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN $20.60 LADIES' COLUMBIAN Sell Your flidesSt -YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. "ye pay the Highest and sell for tho Lowest Prices on earth. and buy Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. f THUnaiAN Cor. Main and Ciieapside. Grocery Co., C RICHMOND, KY. are the only factory in the United States selling direct to rider. guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. give more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of color, heighth of frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles have all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION, All We We We we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr28-3m CLEVELAND. OHIO. ? chjmriruuinixrinmiruuxr uut T hey're the best! yfr Thai's why you want to see them before you buy. A BOON TO MANKIND! D' TABLER'S BUCKEY! V'?l',Jl " o ra S5zMC mm F1 WAR PANORAMA Job Work. We mean tn -- EILEjJUJ UEilSCD. B22225B3 0? REGENERO. COMPLETE . SS8S O UTS! S333 BLISS "Lamar Fontaink. Tho historyiof the "nix huudred" is "Every married man must ask his wife's DcrmisMon to make a success." That was a saying of a wise old clergyman who knew marriage was a partnership in the that broadest sense, and that there can be no success in any partnership in which the partners uo not coniriDute equally to maze success possiuie. mis, it tor no other reason, every man who is trying to climb the ladder of j-- SDR. CALDWELL'S II PEPSIN INDIGESTION. II Ths Great zff rnv rrnrli of Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine. ireuunent li ivwinrly etiarantwl to cure ho ir.nit iimipllcalnl c.ie of Nervous Debility, or It nets jinwertully and quickly. .ftln; S-Man. I'rrrerf. Ii Hie rrmill . ih- Young of tie !wt ltl.; Ki:i:i). Old Men men will rein I 'm lr nianhot. ami will recover iclr yont'itnl vtw. It Invigorates and restores to n ... .trui m nr. ail tulIercT rrom Seminal Weak. Iiniiotency. Varicocele. Snerntattorhea. slttlv Riilslon, Ix)tt Uraln and Mnicular Power. . e.ik Uihtnrr, Wakrtulness. Evil l)ninn. Desrioii- in:. I.tck of tonnilence, nml alt eiTecU of self. r cvmletce?i:tnI Indiscretion, whlrliunflts f" ImMnejM, ic . ..r Kudy orniarrki:c. U EJ KUKO aato. M root of tho illtcaso that la why . i r.-Ii lie. re'o.t Xrrve Tonlr In the world now nltliln eprv American :hlrnllr success should be interested in his wife's health. woman is always helpful. woman, depleted in strength and depressed in mind, can contribute neither mentally nor physically to a nusDana's success. The remarkable remedy. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, so strengthens the organs A healthy A urea, nervous t is one of the war books which is likely to ue in continuous uemnnti. it is a panoramic record of the triumph of Yankee' Doodle. The eagle flaps Ins wings on every page, and "Old Glory" waves around and above every sceno, Promiuent officers connected with the war are here portrayed, as well as many of tho "men behind tho gun." Mil! tary life is pictured to the eye, from re cruiting to guard mount and skirmisli line. Nor is the ludicrous omitted The company cook receives the atten tion due to his importance; the mess is shown; cavalry scenes are given; tho hospitnl arrangements are depict ed; the heroines of the Red Cross service aie displayed; street scenes in Havana. San tiago and elsewhere are unrolled, the new citizens or subjects (which are they?) of Uncle Sam appear and disap pear as tho leaves are turned. in a wora. uie gazer visiis tue new localities anu sees tne tumultuous new life, without the risk or expense ol a sea our nAJ rjj ui 2 "mJ Insurance Gasoline P Stove. esc tvg A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES. WITHOUT PAIN. jyS F. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 75 cents; Bottles, so cents. BALLARD, Sflte Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Strest, ST. LOUIS, HO. For sale by PERRY & THOMAS, Druggists. AH inl5,y- ALL WOMEN A druggist in Macon, Ga., says: " 1 have sold a large quantity of Mother's Friend, and nave never known an instance where it has failed to produce the pood results claimed for it. All women agree that '. makes labor shorter and less painful." REPAIRING AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Work Guaranteed. fzit tfW?s In L. E. LANE 2nd Street, Richmond, Ky. voyage. kTVfH The Album is 5$x8 inches, weighs 12 ounces, printed on finest coated paper. Sent FREE to any address in the-United Stntes, Canada or Mexico, for 12 cents in stamps or coin, to cover pos tage and packing. C6py may be seen at any ticket oflice of the Big Four i e "i- -- hark to having KEt.ENEKO. Uy mall gl.00 per .. hv fer S3.fH). He rlierrfully refund .,. ... j v t.. imxes do not effect a euro. .n n ,ir a Ktrnv the American ORlce o( ' -le- el-erKn. ,.it i, why nl ctlonnndretorcs !! -- lee, f Vim:t. It It a in irvelous Blood Purl-- tVc Pink Slow iKKkt-t- . In it rnn dries, up peculiarly in. TOE - For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas AjruiaLa. sept21-ly, notary Motion aid Ball Bearings, lima Invention IS proliably patentAble. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken throcsh Munn A Co. receive lKttat notice, without sHarge, in tho Anyone sending a sketeb and description may qnteslr ascertain cur opinion free whether an EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS' msnits Designs Copyrights Ac. I riADt Scientific W culatlon of any sclentle Jounwl. year f T. "T A handsomely Illustrxiod weekly flmrkwu Teras. S3 a 1 r ? Co,, Biebmood, Ky. w--n x ' debilitating drains, heals ulcerations and inflammations, and cures female trouble, that the causes of ill- health are thus entirely removed, and the healthy, happy wife becomes a genuine ncip-xneto me husband " I was sick for twelve vears. and for t wn vmm I had to stop work altogether," writes Mrs. Belt ot oarrett to.. Maryland, " I was treateduaruana.different physicians, who by five cac j,iu.wuHy yiy of urigm-- uicac, impoverished condition the blood, and uterine trouble. I suffered a great deal with pain in both sides ana raucn ten aero cm in presMngovcr the womb, I was bloated at times in bowels and limbs Was troubled with a disagreeable discharge iiviu uiv iiilciusi unmans, itontu nor. steep ana was troubled with palpitation of the heart. Suf. term a great deal or pain in my head, temples, forehead and eyes, and I also suffered excniciat . insr rtain at monthly neriortc since eleven bottles of Dr. Pierce"s Favorite Prescription, I have enjoyed better health than I had for more man twelve years previously, and have pounds since tak Kaincu in wcigni iwenty-av- c tog your m caicines." Sick women can consult Dr. H. V Pierceby letter, addressed to Buffalo. N. Y., abso lutely witnout charge; Kach letter is read in private, iu statements held in uacrcd confidence, and all answers are mailcdl scaled in plain envelopes, without adver- niBfc or etftcr primed matter. K is Dr. Pierce rood tUwr ii FeUets id kewt. Osm falVet a uutttuve. zw a wu-ioui- c. tni-ln- feminine, Route. Order at once, as the edition is limi ted. Address Waijrkx J. Lynch, Geno'ral Passenger and Ticket Agent l,Big Four Route," Cincinnati, Ohio. Mark envelope "War Album." EFFECT OF THE DROUTH. m IV!otSieras POUND ONLY T THE Why Suffer Ko Kni!a I firbL m Cash Hardware Store of & Friend DOUGLAS & SMAIONS, is not a char.es rsrae-iv- . Its rood effects are readily experienced ry all expectant mothers who us? it. "Vcsrs aa it 'passed the experimental stsge. 'w hile it always, shortens la!or and lessens the nsins of delivery, it is also 6' the greatest benefit aunn? :ne earner tttontns ot pregnancy. Morning sickness and nervousness arc readily overcome, and the liniment relaxes the strained muscles, permitting them to expand without causiaadistress. Mother's Friend gives great recuperative power to the mother, and her recovery 13 sure and rapid. Danger from rising and swelled breasts k done away vsrith completely. CO. When DON'3 COMPLETE PILE CURE U i:.,jfranld to euro you. Ii is tho discovery oCan cnHnpnPpliysioi.m- fio km ? of I Tho l.ouliiieiifc urines aiiidiafh ivtt&t. cured thou'-ai'ils- , sr.'l will ci. o you. and chief ot' the. Chutt-it- ; - Afurycirsvf JjO;V5' aoj-.v. !'er-ti:- s Irtafiio.. "at F.;shpvl It li ps: i : vts i if A gentleman, who has had the Op portunity to mnke a close observation of crop condition said to The Wixcuestkc. i; VrILGv.i,i..-nv.- j' 'f".io u..c Pent km Sun: "Tho continued drouth has caused immense damage to the corn and to bacco crops in Clark county, and, in fact, all over tho bluegrats district. The ewly planting of tobacco will bo least pne-thlr- d in yield and will lei wycQBwonin quality. The Into fit is still living, hk CftldbydniEZlitjforSI a.boUle ajaagpfRti, will require the THE mUDFlELD REQULATO 'MHHM tMflMir pMt4itr$&e from now 0 ATLAffTA. Q.V. tmtt ttt o IUttta4 book for to mm mm eouwon tobacco. Screen Doors, Water Coolers, .Refrigerators, Champion Bin- tiers and Mowers, m Hayj-Kfikes- , v I'lL.t-iT'SlA- isa: 4 Tprchim, - to me. I v Utntlritjr of jci: t'.li of with piles." Price $1.00, bUitemcnt, honlpt? i Temctly l. t'.m ext. t .ft c.J oo.viJIcctcJ apermanft ' 1 f n-- . ahur . Prena':! ?o aav TEN.V. a.N ; ', K J 11 DON CHEMICAL COMFNV, CHATTANOOGA, rh4et, Binder Twine Etc. 'v pktiurkU mchl-i- y II U -. - -