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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p w Y bJ 3Z st gtn 1 ThEJcRICHMONDCLIMXe fE r ii i Iit jltIIr LfJ r rIVOLUME 26 rfI f i RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1899 NUMBER 80EiF t m 3 miJ jj 1Mn 8 Stylish Up=to= Date I t MJSIIn8 N ktfJ Every one worth the regular price but we want jijg to sell thehi Here is what they will cost a at the reduced price The difference be = l Sj twcen the former price and the present is pi just what you save for every suit is worth v- gje the original price a We Sell You1i A 8500 Suit for s ioo it f 4 A 600 Suit for 475 e J f A 750 Suit fQT v 025 LIE A 1000 Suit for IDOI IJi yX A 1250 Suit for 950 sLFr W AS15OOSuitfoi 1150 if h A 1800 Suit for r 1350 11 j f t A 2000 Suit for 1550 riJI1 N ILJ J Youths Suits Sizes 30 to 35 J 3 S 450 Suit forS350 500 Suit for 400 tJ tOO Suit for 450 ii 700 Suit for 575 N 1000 Suit for 750 1250 Suit for 950 N ii ILJ3JI fe c 1500 Suit for 11 50 2i- 1 r1iIrH J H WVV va LI 0C f iIII q d f jr 1ftHj rl II Fl For 5 q Choice of three good office rooms over Douglas Simmons hardware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iencesGRIGGSBY MUNCEY t Dr Louis II Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio wilt be at the Hotel ZImmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 1899 ireturning every second Wednesday o each Reference every phyaiclan of Richmond Ky I SHORT LINE TO Orleans BestLinetoA- RICANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND VullnianTonrlit8leeplng Car leaves Louts Title every ThurdaT night and run through to Han Francisco Ask your ticket aitent for particulars or write to R H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent KyFree XJfialr Can XouUTflle to Meaiphl and New Orleans HANSON WM A KELLOND O P A Chicago A O P A Lonltvillc nn ke d ijhlo Sllm Time of Trains at Winchester Ey WEST BOUND Ml Sterling and Lexington Accom 55 am Kastvrn Express for Louisville 7 30 am Xilorelscast and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited FFV 450 pin EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F V 1168 am Lexington and MU Sterling ACCCmVVS 53 pm Express 9 M Accommodation trains run daily except Other traIn run daily Through ileepingaud dining car ervice to- ew York For Information rates orsleeperreservatlon aU on or write K HOOD Agent VtIchmond Ky orOKOBQEWBABNBV D B4A0OJlyI MiB Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS AtOaNEYi3 Rw MILLER ATTORSEYATLAW RICHMOND KKvrccxrr Office In the Bnrnam Ilnilding next door to artners National Dank feb3Iy J SULIiJVAN ATTOKNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflke over Taylors Hnnl ware Store op posite Court HbiiKe on Jliiiu Street H B IJOOGVATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No iZ First St upstairs 31 30 J 0 DM OHENATJLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anlts DES GIBSON GIBSON PJIYSIGIA AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe rclins building IS andan Sec end Street over Wnue old drugstore t7 CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Ieterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty jHOmco up stain over store recently aeon Richmond Harness Co East Slain Ht Ulchmond ff C JASPER M D Mediciueaud Kurjrftry Ofticje Prntber nuildinir Main Street relepVone atvreiidence the CAn place on Broadway RIcilgoNoKEwTucy kiM 1 Hwtt t rITAzdu0lcoNIClt- MOKDI j KENTUCKY DR T J TA3TLOK frnctltltmer in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND VV KENTUCKY aaOBlce anti residence on Second Street rDENTAL SiGZl3T 1T 1atttst tODSQ DEcTl5T- or Louisviujt Ky WOfflce ned door to Government Building RicbmSnd Ky Office houra8 to 121 to 1 novKty r FRED SMITH j ne Mlle I 1Miyop4 brs lIrga JB12lJ fJfr A 4 A4t i1 f A Jt fI ft Itoio TU CLOSE OUT Our Stock of Spring and Summer Clothing AVc have decided to place the knife deep into every suit and odd pair of pants of this seasons stockTe dont want to carry a piece over These low prices offered should move them r r Every Suit Every Pair t of Odd Pmits l lIFglffIfIl g A Bonn fide Sale No Fake An opportunity you do not often get This is a regular MoneySaver to every one that purchases 4 Good Qualities and Low Prices R These Goods will not be equaled No one will show you as large a se- lection2 Please note prices Conic and see the goods and you will be con F vinced that every suit and every pair of pants is a Come all 1- IE They are yours while they last for the ab ve price = EfiL l rJ m a 0 The Salary Lisl Some one has compiled the following jomparativo list of the salary list of various central Kentucky cities uf the fourth class- Winchester 330I Richmond 34JO Purls Vt 4500 Georgetown 4112 Aslilniul 4 072- Cvntiiiana 3050- Sheibyvillo 3180 Versailles 3228 lftSlorllllj 6332- l Crawlout eta room wliKro there are smoke and flre If possible hold a wet tow l to your face while escaping it sow t S We never did but we hue seen the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that it looked as If it had been out in a regular snow stormNo of this snowstorm As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so willV melt these flakes of dandruff in the scalp It goes further than this it prevents their formation It has still properties- It will restore color to gray in just ten times out of every 4ten cases And it does even more it feeds and nourishes the roots of the heir Thin hair becomes thick liair and short hair he comes long hair We have a book on the Hair and Scalp It is yours for the askingIf do not obtain ill the bene IllS tbe use of the Vigor trJruio iKiiit It IlObnWy there to tome dISteuttjr with youri n srot Mttura which mar to cully eDit moved Addrftn Jv AYE Lowell KuV 0 QO i 1TSW YORK FASHIONS Shades of mauve are very prevalent this summer Most nil mlilsuttunuT fashions are lIe cidedly lucoinini mill ndnptivp and cI such a nature as to impart U decidedly youthful aspect Iwjtli to face and figure Sleeves continue to he tight lint the upper part is ornamented with mudestI plaits or mulling and the wrist tily and llutllly Jinished A ravishing stnuie shown by lorI 1aylor is ot white niousMiiiue de sole painted with a jiHrliind of pompon roses over white silk The tunic jaIls in soft plaits boideretl with nnrlUlilltl1plilltttI and blond flowers confined by a ribbon waistbm- itltt very eccentric hats both iu Mack and whim straws are btteii They are quite large and bent every which wat While red is ubiquitous yet great mete is needed in using it effectively A pretty color couibiutukm is red with bjice Another in pearl or toil nrgn in conjunction witli mauve Every ioiliijj liviy who needs to give strict attention to her omi s1 should have a little Ieurl laiup heater Sue can UMJ it on any Lmp c liinnev without hieitkugc and it will heat her iron in an instant or boil water fur a cup of KOUiethiiiK cherry Jo drink or to sto m the blackheads out of her face This Itiarl Heater is mud by the JCello Minufacliiring Company i and i will send nit illustntwl ciiculnriouuv ono who wishei it Will ulbo lilt orders fur it The price is but ttvtmty cciilt My address i16 Wt1431 yiiLtJtKcvv York KVELVN CABLE Kril Hut tl inn the Guu Was the hail thjttt hit G liateaduuui of Newaik ilidi iu the Civil Varii caused horrible Uiceis that lio treul Went helped fur 0 yuaie Thuli liuck lens Aruioii Salve cured hUll Cures Cuts Uriiistv liurnt JJuilb Jt lotib Corns SBin Krupiioiib IJeot liCU1 on earth 25 eta a bus Cure uaran teed tiold by Perry t Tholniw uriig ciats b Lucky or Unlucky 13 fthic is JtV Lost week Air Uorave Iurkesa young farmer residing iu tile Jed House ueigliborhood called oh Mr Jobli Donelson the leaulng carriage manufacturer of this city for tile pui pose of settling ins Kuniiuunual ac counU Mr Donolsoi examined his books and state to Mr Purterf ttiat Ills bill WMlgAfttr tome he itaury Mr Burkes remarked This nuniiicr seems tu have sUtrted with rue ttu1WI tintles to occur in alii Java i IJOJI that may affect iuo so an ev 1110 refresh toy ujiud wltu its couutxrtiou with my existence I WItS born on lie lath day of the llloutli was tile l5ti uiiul inotiier liieu wheol xtfy h dl1lto1U s I1UY lather fooyIl1u it l i i lllll I II 4KIN6 PuRE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome years of age and now my bill is 13 Mr Donelson in considerable excite niini said I wont collect the bill Give mo SUtfOnml our hIll issquared Millions Ulvrn Aw y II is certainly gratifying to the public U know of one concern in the laud who are not afraid to LID eneroii8 to the needy and hulferiijg1 Tlio proprie tors of Dr Kings Now Discovery fur Consumption Cotiuhs and Colils have given away over ton millions trial bot tee of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso Intely cured thousands of hopeless casiK Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse lIes and nil disease of the Throat l liwt anti Lungs are curd cm oil by trial bottle free regular size 50c and St Every bottle guaranteed or price re fuuded a A Good One on Major Harris The versatile Tattler of the Times recently said Well well so Col Sam Stone State Auditor is out to put salt on tile tail oi the governorship 1 curu little forCol Stones polities but ho himolf a mghty nito citizen lfl Jtiuie is an exIIeiiiellierg i4tidouuI a colliBu wh ru the buy N tooK a special conrsQ ilb Hr sieins itiil feneiutf before graduation and CI Stone wm no xlouch a the l tier Then he lllIId hautn JlMiIi i4lI itinitty ami found lwfthewtb duIlehtr itt ex state SciiHtor John Hwriis The finnlly IMVJ a boautiftit noiije lilytliewoid tuuel after the thai ci nat tiandmotlier i ifeimtur Hat TltI uiiil right close Tiy irr the home oj tIne tjiontH It M einn a eurioiu tiling hltt tiun is the secind 8iininliiw Senator llurrts to rniir U veruor The otler Mr Clay if Party Ivy win inuirieti Miss Mary 1II rr sluji btej twice n civodidato hut ittu tlio IiUi criuic ticket while Col Stoue is a lio publuan Tile father of thnse ladiis is quite i humoii t One lay he went to see i iueleluleir who vas noted fur his back sliding in husineps nntor JIS Mr Harris walked tnwaid tilt liiin t Hi his horse he heaid the neighbor rett Hug mightily in prnyer uuuittlisiig Imi stiired his conscience jinil ho Wit promising IIHKVVII to dijevHvtiiiiig i lie got nut otthe woods Seinit ilitit lia lfit iKHi awl ttipti tXtlteiin i Dolit irut iJ JKrtlyr y I Li i him a4 velI as I dityTuuullJuI au thlvou fii1itv t a n r = VICTIM OF TilE KISSING BUG Sentinel which for some been making lit headquarters in the East arrived Iiorr several days ago aud has claimed its lirt PettJr Lacrfield a young mUll employed as a salesman ai Goormans bakery and who Urea on Snow Hill fcumla evening noticed small lillhtnron MK un tier lip and that it was rapMiy welling Dr Thus Unckiier was ealkd in and after an examination promptly pro nounced the swelling as teuIlitiK fion tlio bite ofa klsHint IHU Tic swriliiiK continued and tie young mans mouths was swollen oat of proportiou Ers n the mucselsfot his face and neck ucio greatly inflamed Sharp twitching paius accompanied the bite and the patio it was rendered Verysick Dr Umkiier used simply an nn iseptic It re pires ill m forty oiabt to heventmo lutirs for tiie swelling to subside Tlio peculiar circuuistance accom i uviug the liii is ilmost exclusively iiinliiied 10 liiuies sod takes from twelve to tWetlttiiIr hours to develop II is iinpovsitilo to ileiect the slighlost iH elinjt just after I dug bitten and the victim stittui uo pain About twelve hiiius after the victim has been bitten u small blister maj Lu seen and tho suttilim unntiiiucs iapitllv for a suave nf iuout tlV hum Tiiis is uucuiu paiiiiMi by gteitpjim ilio piuietnred pnrt swells to ten tunics its normalsize Tuo tejliumal iiuiiic for the insect is iuuUmoletes piinpes stud jt first made Ijt oiiioui Hiue in Wsv IJngton tho flrst OiHI Ai thsoeusdui u mouth mUlc- tnaii auO patieiit seILI U e riy hues phial us the rt uhliflls tjtrfs The picilHJs is about 0110 mull in lentil and bus n flatteuej hlldyltl1ll very narrow pointeil head It has a shw t sftoui beak with a point im Mmrp as that oi a mwijuiio It is jet black in color It fends on ether bugs in preference tu plants anil ItuigorK t r liuiuimJ liM IU flVlric8 focxl Is Ilie In Itrt liunt for this fisT llmkfetffti8 bug rniwlsovar leepetif Hiiil llhf the lips wlmrnhnnmn skin i t1l1Ip J JulY1ltt c uC lhittoris vnlt wlwat f rhillllllliliI vmtj tW1 ltr2r s- fuhtucr lute nrIIiIit4 ljIinuthlIy Yitt4 l It 1 You Are For jF4 I Iii ANVc IiiA Jy large tic oltahrks Prices ioy E 100 Pair Pants forS iIV c 150 Pair Pants for 120i200 Pair Pants for 150 k 250 Pair Pants for 185 300 Pair Pants for 225 1 350 Pair Pants for 265 JV400 Pair Pants for 315 V 500 Pair Pants for 375 iii600 Pair Pants for 475 I Boys Kllee=Pant Sut Ys 8150 Suits for100 IfPj IIIQIf 300 Suits fQ25 t r 350 Suits forV Q D 0I400 Suits for 300 S 500 Suits for 350 gaf GOO Suits for 450 SrtiJtr iIII3FJ I ii A Full Line of Sizes Bring the in j i1 CoTINGTO1q X frJi- 1 JINo 213 WEST MIJS STREETHWECITE PdO1Sf2J 1ifl Rent teb- iSlyILLIITRAL New CALIFORNIA groceryPIrrIaI5 Kyalr7ly DEN- USToflaOeri flI BARGAIN Diid ewer See stSC Juers Hair vigor POWDER oOSOWJEIY IROYAL DruggoltI i t IrShelby victhiuI IZARlNG Here 4r te51Om IVV Boys Ssntusiy Fair Dtcs The rlloln are the dates for hold jug the Kentucky fairs this year so fur as Aug 2 and 4ih- Kexingion Angus B1IlaK Iliibtnuvillc August 8s lays Mailisoitvlllr August9V4 days Lawrencebnrtr August l54 days Lebanon Angn t l4lays OolumhiavYugust 224 lays Alexandiia August 225 lays Ix uf vilje Colored FairJAugtibt 22 jclas Ucrmantown August 234 days Broadhe 1Id August 234 days Shelby ville August 233 days Springfield August ii days 5ar lrttown Augtiflt 2 5 days LtiGrange August Ot days Florence August Z03llnjs Klizulic htnwn s5optemb c 54 days Howling y reeu epleniber 13 4 dabs Glupjow September 24 days uthrie September 27 days IIltll Cue Scptembor ildays Uivtnsboro October 3sslays Every line of exhibition atilt enter ainmetit provided for the pubhtoby the iIII ton Home Show Fair and Car mind August 8th to 12ih is nqw anti ip to dale VV i r rmmTQffilP Securing free Jill from the grip if catarrh maJesI ford jrhe liberator Peruna has bcrn making fronds of this kind for many years It cures catarrh wher kk CTcr located w MrsREades jiTof 35 Twenty eighth StDc Iroit Mich is one of time many thou sand of Pcninas friends This iswhat sho says to Dr Ilartman We have ussd your Peruna with the most remarkable results and would not be without it We have nlwaya recomcseailed itto our friends A few years Bjjol purchased bottle of your Peruna and after seeing its results recommended it to my grocer whd was troubled with dyspepsia the curing of which induced her to sell it in her store Sh 115 sold large amounts of It My daughter has just been cured of jaundlto with Pe runa My pen would rOw weary were I to begin to tell you of the numerous cures Pernna has cCccliul in our immediate vicinity withIn the last couple ofyears It Ilartman President the Surgi cal Hotel Columbus Ohio will eounwji and prescribe for fifty thousand womf a this year free Of chare EveryMmksr ln r wiaii ihonJd write for spccl Ci1IIsUtnjJuf womenVkfld hare r hectIc IIc ltk 4- 1lctAUdr1gghste sell 1eri 0 Va2VVL11JflfS iVi Book for Ycim and Old fJ OUR RECORD jSESlS7r- t1L5OOO a 1DSAD tJracuRr 3 r j ITI my all Dr for t h J t ySLCURF NERVOUS BLOOD fj sVcINLV PRIVATE DISEASES j L5oi CURED j have pitined- L t YDUrJGPiisuImiaturenhci iiii n ntii f the temblo ou wcronimmiltiis DHsoIIOnlnnleT fan fascinating nllnrcnrats of thU evil hsbitT When too lalo to MuM the te t riblo reiiIt were your eyes opent to htcr on in 7flfl- i inolcntretauy11tVArEorflL0tDd1eae 551 thn Itii P0100 alarming mploms- TJIo Ull In ent eon liltnr Von Vrinw KIJ FATIIKK MKK POX lrmarriednre you con- t1 li Inc In drtaJT Is roarriaee a t failiujwithyouonrccoyntof anynrak 4 ntt cnujixl ly early or liter ei rJ eec 1 lla 0 bcrn Irusswl with VP4 rarrcnrjT 11hokctuiIipotntoutto- i you Iho remit of thc o criniM nn l point 1 oct lvw our XUV JIKT11UU ltUT L1 will cure you It- 0wIuwnntilii1tavbeenaved by peoren1A42 ANY UltltAIlLK CA ve treat nnil enr KMISSTONB r VAIlirWHTS PVIHIMP ItLERT IJMlOTKNCY SF it VKlVnitAlNP irNNATirilAf DIR HI ES KIUNEl aria ULADUEK lUCTr iCURES GUARANTEED f 3 Th IVncts of bin ml frrw fhi curls inr in f lamp CONSULTATIOJf FItIE IfIntblJ to rail write for L II AilK for 1IOMK i e IcERGAN j 122 W FOURTH STREET rCINClUfJAlQ p- ij q vHA YN MFQ CQ- aeo lotJRnJ aVt toui3vicu KY inch22ftm jA1ink11For Site J tharatsty mill new Wacoabont thre huml ra thousand If of rstcla Oak lumbe wM twill tH at IH ereee4 oe So- 44er prtiCefS tI U K w I VVV IJIOWxur hI7V9QVV Wiie Kr I 11 SUITS TIlE POCKETVthe eye and the ear- J11 the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruim nts of merit The3rpObs ssevi rv J thing essential to sweetness and strength of tone and boauty of finish The fact that an instlUIDll1t is on sale here is a jjuanintti of its excellence HARDING 6 RI l Sff H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KV VIEstray A red sow weighing about tw ponml rnn r to my place near Cedar Cliff Font ITOWIHH CreeksboutJnnelS and has slurehrcn ctir for by me Owner can have same by rihu and paying charges Tilt LAIkVSV hulU2wVra ronjz H rne Im urano In nreyoar dwelling beep nrt all o h rVproperty in the Blue Uras In uraner tui a ny of Lexington Ky it lon intltttsVOivea protection agaluft Fire LfghtuiiiK Tornailo The cheapest and niott r liabc company for the people ot onr coooiy urvi operating in the State and get ehiri evr year as long as you continue In the eowpe uy For further informstlon call en tlici aner and collector 8 R B IILACK AttomIVILaw Richmond Ky office on MjIuV oppoolte start t tVflV pS CII ljJI may24ly C C BOSWOKTII s4t THE REST O THEM dLI LlPPINCOTT IVi 2tOiTHLY2AGXLlN i 114 tlV r OontAlns a ccnaplo0 ajTCl In every i i berln nddltlou ton liirvtqnnflyol and entertaining roaUiiit iiaUcr r anrlo tqfrzi or isoVmtJfHttnmkt In wotC rruiltro It should be In every household Pub crlpttoa 93ee per yonr At Btar ItiIt4trI3nUwemcutowiltboot J a iuun ty ice PWCipNI 0 jf 0 I l r Q 0 It 4 iEii Richmond Climax I 1f11fF11m tod 1 I C B WOODS AttocMe Editor lS99JrUtUI HKI IVJEKY WEDNESDAY BT jFhe Climax Printing Co PRICK PKR YEAR 150 t I ANNOUNCEMENT FOR JAILER r We are authorized to announce JAMES CLACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison cocnty subject to the action of the Democratic e party We are authorized to announce PETER IL MadisonII party t CHARLEY MEICIIAM gets this off in i his Hopkinsville Kentuckian With a conductor on the ticket the Republi can Salt Rivor excursion next Novem ber will bo a personally conducted aflalr II A fOix KED Goebel Club of members has been organized at Frankfort Brer Taylor it seems will not bo able to control the negroes in Ken i tucky whom ho objected tobeing sent i tusdelegates to the last National con vention Jessamine Journal TilE Stanford Journal says There is no danger of a bolters convention in old Lincoln which is one of Goebels original counties A few who always kick are kicking hut they are begin fling to see that it is a silly perform anceandarc ceasing to do so TUB temperance editor of the CLIMAX learns with gratification that the agent of the American Bible Society sailed fur Manilla a few days ago The na tives who have survived American beer whisky and bullets should now be in a receptive mood for the gospels saving grace IT may be well enough for those Democrats who are afraid that the cause of Bryan and free silver will be subordinated to the success of the State ticket to bear in mind that every man on that ticket was a worker for Mr Bryan and the National ticket in 1S96 Mr Goebel was the largest individual contributor to the campaign fund in the State while nil the others helped in various waysll L Newlon in Ownen ton Herald JIDOB WM PKYOR exohief Justice of ji the Court of Appeals than whom there is no more honored citizen in the Cum f monwealth in a recent conversation when it was suggested that he might 1bea compromise candidate for Gover nor promptly responded I am for Senator Goebel I know him and therefore I am for him I had rather f Iseehim Governor than to be Governor m sell Such a man is needed lie would make an able Governor A DELEGATION of negroes represent ing every Congressional district in Kentucky called on the members of the Republican State Central Commit tee Tuesday night and intimated that the colored people would put out an independent State ticket if Taylor should be nominated The Butler uouiity statesman is persona grata with the colored man and brother and they say they will never vote for him II does not jet the negro vote Goebeis majority will be 100000 OUR friends hereabouts who oppose Mr Gixjbol honestly believing they are subserving the cause of Bryan Black burn and Free Silver will still be fair and honest enough to admit that they were unnecessarily alarmed since Mr Itryan sets at rest all questions as to his attitude toward Mr Goebel by en dorsing the Democratic nominee for Governor Mr Bryan declared his be lief that the defeat of the Democratic I State ticket in Kentucky would injure J the cause of free silver and render harder the fight for Democracy in deCeatIBlackburn and that he could not remain silent when silence might be con i strued as indifference This should quiet the fears of all those who see in tjoubeld election the downfall of Black I burn Bryan and Free Silver and we isincerely trust they will go no further J in their efforts to play into the open 4lapof our ene- miesC1F1BroerCo11 iif i LEXINGTON KY 4 A IUwatn bed Tale We hue just completed our new Mantel Room and believe you will agree with ni when we say it is the most complete and perfect show room in the State InTheAnnexOn gathered an assortment that holds everything made lInthe wayof Wood Mntels Tiles Orate ii and fire place trimmings Every finish 1eetyatyIeeverypric If you are build tl lug if yon are remodeling If you want one or u dozen mantels this is the place Our inducements are as follows tocomeI in Every Grade j JTheMost Liberal Treatment Lowest Prices jWeonly ask that you consider this line quotepi aecure elsewhere Look around get others prices and then see nt UBromtCo IN AND BUOAPN Yf LCXlGTbN KYe 1 Iat Jyf1 H I- iiiJ PERSONAL Miss Van Greenlonf is at home from Paris Mrs Sallie JVard is at Estill Springs Miss Nora Azblll is visiting friends at London Hon J Tevis Cobb was at Estill Springs last week Mr J Speed Smith Jr of Louisville was here last week Misses Pearl and Sallie Wiggins are visiting friends at Union Mrs Widnev Cobb is at homo from a delightful visit to Tennessee Mr Harvey Pesrl of London Is on a visit to friends at Kingston dayslastMiss Mary Little is at home from a pleasant visit to friends in Louisville Mr Robt S Taylor has returned from a ten days stay at Estlll Springs GeorgetownMAX Mr HM Donnelly of New Lon don Mo is visiting relatives at Wal laceton Mrs Elmer Deathernge has for a guest her sister Miss Ethel Heacox of Lexington Cinclnuatiin this county Mice Jennie McMirken of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs Dr C S Holton on Main street Mr Will Harding of Winhester passel through here yesterday enronte to Garrard county Dr Clues C Hooker has returned home much improved from a weeks stay at Estill Springs Mrs Lewis Hood of Covington is the truest of her son Mr Kuper Hood at Mrs M M Millers Mr and Mrs R E L BicceretafT are with relatives in Mt Sterling where they have decided to live Mrs David A Chenault of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs T S Bronston on Third street Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivener of Winchester spent a few lays last week with relatives in Madison Miss Fannie Steenbergen has re turned to Gallipolis 0 after a visit to Miss Willie Denny iu Garrard Miss Florence Shackelford of Mt Sterling is the guest of her cousin Miss Sallie White on the Summit Mrs Dr Black of Knoxville Tenn and Misses Harry and Allie Fish of Stanford aro visiting relatives at White Hall Mrs John Everett and son and Miss Lida Burgess of Mayfield aro the guests of Mrs Thomas Baldwin this countyMiss Johnie B Richardson tho charming visitor of Miss Lizzie Feeny LexingtonMonday Rev Wm Crowe Jr who has been visiting his parents Rev Vm Crowe Sr and wife in Richmond has returned home Springsinthat her sojourn will be both pleasant and beneficial Miss Margaret W Cheuault and sis ltockbridleAlumed very delightfully in 1886 Messrs JS and C K Shackelford are guests at Linnietta Springs at Junction City Boyle county Near by are the famous alum springs Mr and Mrs R Lee Davis are at home from Petoskey Mich whither they went on the Kentucky Press out ing They report a delightful time Mr W W Watts will go to Kansas City on business He will visit his niece Miss Ella Parkes who has a nice position as stenographer there Miss Katie Smith returned on Satur day evening from a pleasant visit of two weeks to Danville where she was the guest of her aunt Mrs Mary Smith Walden Rev Owsley Goodloe of Harrods burg was the guest of his sister Mrs C C Smith on Fifth street and of Mr and Mrs Malcolm M Miller on SundayMr Mrs W D Rucker gave an elegant dinner to a large number of friends at Waco last Wednesday and a number of persons from this city were presentMr Robert Riggs is expected back today from Erlanger where ho at tended yesterday the marriage of his sister Miss Carrie Lane Riggs and Mr Albert Charles lion Jerry A Sullivan left on Friday for a vacation in the Adirondack theWhiteto be absent several weeks Miss Mary Myers of Richmond is visiting Miss Bessie Batson Misses Dorcas Francis of Richmond and Florence Bnrnside of Point Leavell are guests of Miss Dorcas LeaveR Lancaster Record Mrs Mary B Clay entertained yes ClayHerrickvented a large number of Richmond people were present to enjoy the evening and meet Prof Clay and bride Miss MattieSmith of Richmond one of tIme prettiest ana loveliest girls in Kentucky was attired in a becoming Inserttnghethe fioorMt SterhngSentinel Demo crat CottonhavecountyTheythis week in honor of eight of thefr cousins from the adjoining counties Danville Advocate It is sail that on account of the ill healthof one of her daughters Mrs compelledtoWanamakers New York City store to CovingtUIIWilliam Madison tho fiveyear old son of Mr and Mrs B A Crutcher was operated on at the Lexington hos pital Tuesday for nasal trouble and when returns home his friends both old and young hope the cure will be a permanent one Jessamine Journal Thursdaylastsome parties which have rendered Cumberland Heights an ideal place for the enjoyment of young folks A great many of her Richmond friends were present and spent a perfectly delightful eveningMr Mrs Thomas J Smith Jr have issued engraved announcements of the arrival of their daughter Miss Elise Bennett Smith July thirteenth 1899 The cards are tied together with a tiny white satin bow and their friends will long treasure these pretty mementosCapt Mrs J Speed Smith left on Thursday last for Rockbridge Alum Springs Va where it is hoped the Captains health wjll bo greatly bene fitted In this hope the entire commu nity heartily joins for Capt Smith is one of those genuine gentlemen whom everybody calls his friend accompaniedbyof mineral lands for tbo L N rail yesterdaycoal mines in that section belonging to a company composed ofJ Stone Walker Dr G V Evans and J C and Harvey Renault Mr Clarence L Williamson of Atlanta left yesterday after a pleasant visit to Prof J D Clark and other frinmli hero lie is a son of Boy C P Williamson formerly of this city and Is how in tholegal department of the Southern tail1lAyMr William KnttJCkyUuivereftYlIla praMMri Wi W JfcuRia i4 M tt i at Crab Orchard It will doubtless ba news to Dr Burgin that his health is precarious as stated In a local contemporary When last seen a week or so ago in the physical exer clime class of Prof C Rucker Adams Dr Bur n was in the pink of physical condition the envy of all the class Mr Milo Shanks left on Friday for Washington to resume his lucrative po sition in the Government Printing Office Although he was here ostensibly to participate in the nomination for governor we should not be surprised as a result of these visits to be compelled to write before long Mr and Mrs Milo Shanks A charming dance was given at the Mason Hotel in honor of Miss Games houseparty Good music was furnished and the youngsters will long remem youngfolksembraced the following from Rich mond Misses Bessie Turley Emily Chenanlt Earl Chenault Kathrine Smith and Messrs Torley Tevis land Chenanlt and Wagers Mrs B L Middeltons entertain ment on Thursday was the occasion of a large outpouring of fashionable society to attend one of the swellest and most enjoyable events of the season Mrs Middelton as hostess or guest is certain of winning the kindliest pf comment and this was no exception- to thejule Her pretty home was ra diant with the beauty of our city in evening the occasion will long and pleasantly in the memories ofall who were present A fashionable weddineof local inter est is that to occur in Lexinplon to morrow in which Mr Ben Herr and Miss Stella Hunt are to be the princi pals Mr Herr is a grandson of Green Miller deceased of this county brother of theists Robert Miller His mother was Miss Sallie Miller a noted beauty of this place Mr Herr is a native of Bloomington Ill while his bridetobe isa member of one of the first families of Fayette county Yesterday the grooms mother tendered a tea to the bridal party The grooms cousins Mrs Stanton Hume Misses Sallie and Bessie Miller of this city and Mr and Mrs J S Winn of Winchester will attend HIP wedding and the social func tions leading up to it After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Herr will go to Manitou Springs Color- adoRELIGIOUS Union Sundayschool convention at Speedwell 12 Friendship Baptist church will be dedicated next Sunday by Rev J G Pearson of Berea Rev W H Ziegler of Pennsylvania will preach at the Second Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Public invited On July 80 the Friendship Baptist church ten miles southwest of Rich mond will be dedicated Rev J G Parsons of Berea church will preach the dedicatory sermon Uncle Joe Hopper is holding meet ings at the Race Horse Chapel Dick Redd thinks he will have 01 conver sions and the old sinners like Moses Randoff will have to come in or take the brush Lexington Gazette toI Rev Mr Carpenter Rector of f hrist church city also of Christ church Winchester has made many warm friends In Richmond and his services are always well attended He is a close student vet a mixer and hIs culture anJrefinement tender him exceedingly attractive in and ou- tofthepulpft The Guild of the Episcopal church of this place has quite a remarkable record There are about five or six active members of the society and in the four teen years of its existence it has made from its labors for the church In small ways something over 4000 The church itself is also a remarkable body its communicants consisting of 22 per sons all told only three of whom are men yet they have a pretty church and maintain preaching service every yearHarrodsburJtDemocrat Rev W Owsley Goodloe of Har rodsburg preached at the Second Presbyterian church on Sunday morning and conducted union services at eveningbeforepearance here was greeted with sincere delight bv the many friends of this well known native Madisonian who is an able minister and devoted follower of the Lord Jesus Christ His ser mons were well received as they were the grand efforts of a great mind and a consecrated life What did the of Bourbon county think of the nomination of El der Sweeney of your city for State Auditor by the Republican State Convention at Lexington 7 asked tho En quirer man of a Paris Ky citizen at theSundayOh hed replied the jokeElderconfreltltfonvotes but that is as far as it wIhlgo in peoplelikeminister of the gospel should dabble in politics A good many gold Democrats our county have expressed their intention to vote for Goebel which will more than offset Brother Swee neys coinplimentarles BIRTHS WxsTTo the wife of our old school mate Will C West near Kingston on sheliveto her parents LOCALPo byMrsbe rented for remainder of this year EGREENLEAF Henry Koehler Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in- vIte correspondence with Mill men buyPoplarDry or Green Write them apr5Gm A ilace to go For luscious bananas ripe apples coM ice creamsoda water freshcakes nice candies tobacco and cigars go to OfficeRestaurantapr95m Big Cattle Transaction Last week J 8 Collins shipped over the It N I B to Boston 320 export poundhouglmtMr Collins is very much gratified at shlpmentllfromhe now has his eyes on here It will leave 80000 in Madison Turnpike Officers Erected The meeting of the stockholders of the Richmond and Lexington tunnike was held in Lexington last Wednesday and resulted in the reelection of Mr S S Parkes of this city as President citySecretaryhas sold all its pike property except the handsome toll bridge at Clays Ferry The Whole City ShouM Go thlbenefitof Richmond Ky at Slate Lick Spring on Saturday July 29 Everybody is in vited to come and bring u basket well filled with something to eat lions Curtis P Hurnam Jima B McCreary VTYoungdeliver short addresses on in the forenoon In the afternoon the theiaintservices free Come one come all anil let us have a good hearty handshake and enjoy olJr elvetJonedny in the tiamo ot Charit not enough sul phur water thoro will he plentynf good clean Ice water Admieeioa 25 cents overtlnllproh 1UV IiI i1E it Ring Out The Old Ring in Time New Unless our engraver has disfigured beyond recognition their handeome physiognomies we need not so much as say that the picures herewith are those of tho widest known nUll most popular couple in Madison county Jo and Puttie Dejarnott Willis They will on August 1 surrender their commission ns guardians of our 100000 Government Building and post office to Mr Ooley C Wallace just ap pointed by President McKlnley anti the place that know and loved their presence will know them no more at least for the next four years That our estimate of the character and efficiency of the retiring postmaster and his equally excellent wife is not wholly a product of partiality we will quote Mr Wallace who said I would rather succeed anybody than Mr Willis realizing that the public is so pleased and satisfied with the office under the letters administration that it would be a task to keep it up to its present stand ard of efficiency What shall we say In parting officially with Mr and Mrs Willis Only this that the people of Madison county irrespective of race color or previous condition join in the wish that for every act of kindness for every unselfish spentInGovernment never paid and could never pay Gods blessing may rest in richest abundance upon them and theirs From early morn till dewy eve and often till day again all their lives have they been sowing seeds of kindness to rich and to poor and in the hearts of these may a harvest of gratitude spring up in years to come to bless the model public servants whom we now bid an affectionate adieu High Bridge Camp Meeting July 2130 99 Low rates daily Queen Crescent Route Special Sunday excnrsions See small bills or ask agents for full particulars W C RIKKARSON G P A Cincinnati O Well Known Citizen Dies After a brief illness so brief that his death was the first announcement to many that he was sick Mr Owen Newby died at his home near Newby on Saturday Burial on in family ground Deceased was a well known esteemed and his sudden end has caused great sorrow to all who knew him Mr Newby was about 52 y arsof ago and leaves a wife to mourn his death Fine Program DodgePresidentday School Union for a brief synopsis of the program of the convention to be held Aug 12 at Speedwell He writes The convention will occupy forenoon and afternoon A basket dinner will be provided The State Secretary Prof E A Fox will be present and partici pate Prominent Sunday School work ers from different parts of the conntv will speak and several combinations of singers will help in furnishing music Season Fair Tickets Season tickets to the Fair grounds where the trots paces and some of the ring exhibitions will be held will be sold for 150 for four days These tickets cover all privileges including ad mission to the quarter stretch By procuring a season ticket at 150 a man saves 50 cents on general admission aud SI on the quartetstretch privileges or a total of 150 Call on the drug stores Treasurer Letcher or Secretary Death orage before the rush No complimen taries to any body Even the officers pay from President down Ladles and children under fourteen 25 cents ad mission Children under 7 free Goes Into Business in Mt Sterling Mr B E L Biggerstaff who recently saId out lila interest in the furniture partnerMrSterling tojroonter the same business in partnership with his brotherinlaw Mr D W Baum In his removal to Mt Sterling Richmond loses one of the most popular of her young business men and his friends hero sincerely re gret to give Bob up Mrs JJiggerstaff made many friends here who are now bereaved by the Jouble loss of herself and her husband from our midst Announces For Jailer Elsewhere in this edition will be found the announcement of Mr Jas M Lackey for jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Lackey is too well and favorably known to the Democrats of Madison county to need an introduction He is at present our ex celleht jailer and is filling that rsible officewith credit to himBl1fand satisfaction to all parties If reelected carelullyfulfillAnd it will be the of many to vote for his nomination this felt constrained to vote for others two years ago A Real Live Specimen From the Klondyk- eA Santiago hero or a Klondyke survivor all look alike to us temperate zone landlubbers ago a wOcryfnuneexcellent Infirmary going on his Klondyketrayelera soldier or sailor of the Spanish war Hence the return last week of our Eel low citizen Mr John Taylor from the frozen zone was the occasion of extra hisfriendsjourney to tho gold fields and exhibited nuggetsthatvalued nt19 These specimens ho tohlRSioriesrible without the real stuffbeng exhib lntlofarMr Taylor owns five most desirable clams about 60 miles north of Dawson City and he left on Monday for tl o purpose of working them He returned to civilization to have foremiowbiuIimomoiiehiaviiig 8rtt1roto10belQcAttY tItomek owing tS tk- eMchyiailk I 0 I Womans Work is XTJ1The constant care causes sleeplessness loss of appetite extreme nervousness sail that tired feeling But A tuonderfut change comes wizen Hoods SarsaparOta is taken It gives pure rich Uood good appetite steady nerves XoodJ p R N It B Reorganized The reorganization of the R N J B railroad took place in Louisville last week at a meeting of the new board of directors on of whom IB lion Jas B McCreary of this city It is expected that the completion of the road from Irvine to BeattyvIIle Will be begun at once and finished by Jannan 1 The road will be known as the Louisville Atlantic Half Rales to Lexington Account Horse Show Fair And Carnival On August 8 to 12 inclusive the Southern Railway will sell roundtrip tickets from all its stations in Kentucky to Lexington and return at one faro for roundtrip Tickets good to return until August 13 1899 W HTAYIOE Asst G P A Louisville Ky Death of Robert Brown Robert Brown died on Monday at the home of his brother Coroner Mil ward G Brown this city after a short agodeceasedbut the thread disease rapid consump tion laid holt of him mind he wasted awav as a flower in the rays of a flU miner sun Mr Brown was a son of Nat Brown deceased and leaves a wife and one child Burial yesterday in Richmond cemetery after services at time the house fRobert Edwin Turley Won The shoot off left the men as the are arranged Dr Jasper winning third place over Harvey Chenault Thescore is best in the history of the club There seems to be renewed vigor and many new members and nearly all the old charter members are taking active interest Next Friday July 28 the shoot will be 20 birds double shot at known angles and 20 birds single shot unknown angles Robert Edwin Turley 20 Dr V H Ilobson 20 Jasper19Harvey oinston17VStan H Thorpel1Blue oxtremelyfondsulphur water on earth and they could perdaythe retail price of 5 cents per glass A clubof four or six could chip in a small prorata sum and have abundance of the delicious healthgivinc refreshing water It costs only S275 per halfbar rel SI per barrel Parties interested should call on Mr C E Woods The Blue Lick Springs are open all the year round at onl S7 per week On the banks of the famous Licking river a lovely drive of ten miles from Carlisle on the Kentucky Central railroad Write K C Hawkins Blue Lick Springs Ky- Shooting at Paint Lick Saturdays Enquirer had this dis patch dated Lancaster Gill Prather a married man 25 years of age had hud some trouble with Robert Burton a Madison connty man Prather was under the Influence of whisky when he met Burton on time Ixmisville and Nashville railroad track He drew his revolver and tired the ball taking effect in Burtons body who fell to the ground Burton wore no coat and no weapon was found upon his person He was carried to a store near by and medical aid called The doctor says his wound will prove fatal A telephone message at 7 oclock tonight from the scene of the shooting states DeputyShmeritf tonightBurtonmany friends False Report Corrected Mr Mat S Cohen one of the chief promoters of tho Madison county fair was iu Lexington Tuesday aud when regardinstheoff her fair said My business hero today is to cor rect that malicious report and to say Kemmtuekythrough papers that the trotting and pacing races have filled very satisfactorily as did the Bankers 1000 saddle stallion- ware or gelding stake and that Math son county will have the grandest fair given in Kentucky iu years Mr Cohen said the 51000 saddle stake should be quite a drawing card as it is the lirgest purse for saddle horses ever given in Kentucky and as largo as was ever given in the United States and that tho big stake will be shown August 2nd 1SU9 Terrific Fall of Rain At 3 oclock Monday afternoon one of the heaviest rains that ever visited this county fell near Valley View doing considerable damage to growing crops A terrific rain approaching a water spout fell in the Baldwin locality and at this the damage cannot be ascertained TIme west bound train was delayed four hours on account of a trestle one m lie east of Valley View being moved about four feet by the emptiesIntoJessamine county the telegraph wires were torn down by falling timbers that were strewn across the railroad as a result of the heavy wind that accompa nied the ruin saysTimea cyclones force in the locality one mile south of this place Trees were twisted and fences blown down Such a storm was never witnessed in the section referred to The area covered by the storm was simma- ilPostmaster Selected at Last Mr Coleman C Wallace was on Fri tiny last appointed postmaster at Rich mond to assume charge of the office on August The settlement of tho contest over this office gives time great aUIand we like to think that we shall have such a gentleman to deal with In saying this we do not forget that the other applicants Messrs Adams and Smith would have graced the position putlieand all had strong endorsements Capt Smiths declining health forbade his continuance of the fight for the place and he retired in favor of Mr Wallace who will give Miss Mariawillle Suiith an important clerkship in time office grtiattriumphdorsements held by his opponent Mr Adams The latter went down with this President of the United State Senator Manna National Chairman lol Dick State Chairman Barnett Sam Roberts Congressman Borelng and others pledged to him It was a great contest but Senator Deboe Mr trumpcarddent he would oppose Adamss confir mation in the Senate mill block other appointments through the cabal that ex fits among brother Sermttors on such personal questions The President had to yieldand hid personal choice wan ced PreljldentHe only desired to reward Mr A damn for seryfcesjendered the party byihia paper particularly for his having con sistently and persistently advocatetl berorptheof the office while a justaiilxukwmrvod l1qliMrtiikhJlirawaril him fur hIs uuiiKviprtiiaiiejR LCyJiicclrgumetsuvciiii Colored Boy Accidentally Hangs Himself II Robert Smith a 12yearold colored lad employed by John It Pates as houseboy accidently hanged himself at Capt Fates residctmceon Broadway last Wednesday The little follow with a companion 1inor valise which was tied to a limb inIthe tree the strap passed through hucklo making a loop It was thought bv the coroners jury that the boy had playfully placed tho loop around his neck while standing on a large jug directly under the limb from which the strap was fastened and possibly getting or not thinking of forIposition lost his balance the jug ping out from under his feet dangling in the air The jug on which he was standing was thrown toI one side indicating in every way that time boy had met death as above stated As soon as discovered Dr Jasper was summoned but medical attention failed to resuscitate the boy he having been dead for more than thirty minutes CharlesRiggs Nuptials At the Fifth street Christian church Covington yesterday at 11 a mProf Albert Charles and Miss Carry Lane Riggs of Erlanger Ky daughter of Mr David Riggs and sister of Prof J Robert Riggs were united in wedlock in time presence of only immediate rela tives departing thereafter over the grand trunk route for an extended bridal tour of the northern lake resorts and Canada September 1 the your g couple will be at horaeat Yasalboro Maine where the groom is principal of the Friends Oak Grove school Prof Chirles Is we hear just such a gentleman as the friends ot bride would expect her to ad mire a gentleman of Christian character relined manly scholarly He is a graduate of Earlham and hiavorford colleges and a student of the University of Jena Ger manyOf the bride it is not necessary to speak among those who know and love her presence She is all that could bo wished in womankind and time high estimate of her character and accom plishments an estimate common to those who know her here and else where receives tha stamp of genuine ness when it is said thntMiss Riggs was the first woman at Wellesley last vear quoting from an impartial urce Po time bride and groom tho devoted father smith brother the well wishes of all are extended Fill The House with GROCERIES from our stock and every cent expended in their purchase will drove to bo well spent Quality is the mainstay of our bnsi ness We newer let that deteriorate Prices may vary with the markets fluctuations but wo make the best deals possible and give our customers the benefits of all advantages obtained Yours for cash E Deatherage Co NOTICE r All persons purchasing any product raised on waruedtofamily for same CORNELISONJlyZWw Horse Show FAIR AND CARNIVAL The Greatest Show of its kind ever known in the Blue Grass Dates AUGUST 8121899 AT LEXINGTON One Fare Round Trip from all points in Kentucky via the QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Ask Ticket Agent for particulars G A G 10 I 8IEe IItxsleI T Ie1ireWI NEW CLOTHING STORE 9 = a M B Sovftw m Having removed from First Street to large house on Main Street next te toJ G Taylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to show the newest j and finest line of y iCothnK Hats and Goods f= tJ Ever opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought from om fSv pp First Store that we willsell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last Our new goods are of the LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES i youhavequality for the money than ever you pot before Our r4Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits to measure and PIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per Suit up Calland see us and save money atm3 The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat m m TIX I XII IX G tow Sate Won To Chautauqua N Y July 28 Via Queen A Crescent Route Erie R II and UigFour Route from Cincinnati Great opportunity to visit this beautful educational and summer resort Ask agents for full particulars ALIVE o e Dats o t e eo e We are now offering you 20 per cent or onefifth off on everything in our very largestockof Wall Paper from 5c per bolt on up in pri- ceMidSummer Prices On everything in our line Get prices from all the cities then get ours and you will see ours will be the lowest Ve handle nothing but tlio best grades We make to order all kinds of of Paints in any color We make to order all kinds of Window Similes We make to order nil kinds of Picture Frames Wall Paper Paints Oils Varnish Brushes Glass etc Stock tho largest and prices al ways the lowest IM WILL ING lAiN STREE- TRICHMOND KY Dissolution Notice The firm of Blggerataff Oldham has been LBiggerstaffthemselves indebted to ni will call and settle iSiiiupPersonsor the individual members will present same at once for payment R E L BIOOERSTAFF OLDIIA3XJulyJulyl2lw IT MUST BE DONE Without Intention to wound anyone whatsoever we teko this public method to say emphatical ly that wo need the money due usand we must have 1t If all accounts are not promptly settled wo will positively be compelled to resort to stringent measures JiyL94wCOYINGTON J ARNOLD BRO August 0 1 Lexington j Horse Show Fair Carnival II and 12 1899j BiadESt THING EVER INAUGURATED Hi THE SOUTH S 00iya Away in Parses and Premiums t FOR LIVE STOCK AMUSEMENTS Diving Elks Diving Horses High Bicycle Dive- S Guideless Wonder y Bucking Elks 5 Driving Elks ECuWovit1s air MidW aYRiVallcd yJLIWith All time Pcctlonabrc Features EHralnatecLi For caWosaes 1rcnlum ists entry blanks and all Informs lion adores E tUVary t Lexington t Ky iil iizJlttfunAij1t u c c t i Ji CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT Bankmay3l DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS EIder s BAR mm AIN t Store J t11 WINCLOTHING TMens Suits at 2 00 up Aa Mens Pants at4O Ui4ta Ujmyup NOTIONS c Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors 25c upiY Gents Undershirts2ee3 AtdLadiesLadies Pants w 3VCorsetsLadies and Gents Linen Collars up JV f Cuffs15cill K jJNjcI Jri 2 c up UpFireA2Y1w 1Jt AND SHOES fLARGERwsee J vINRIBBONS c We have a few bolts of the C N Co Ribbon on hand whicIwe will close out at No 16 lOc No c No 80 20c eocsks See our stock ofCorsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Dr Norsah w IN HATS AND CAPS upMensJoys Nice Straw Hatsioenl Mens and Boys Capsio-c lip IN CARPETS up Unions l6c up AcHemplOc up Jutet lSc tip up MmtttingslOe u- pt Aw IN HARDW lREi AfAJ1i up Curling Irons3c up io bcTablespoons AJr RIrRespectfully Submitted to Gash Trade EV ELDERS AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS llI athgn Mttat vtnt OH LEXINGTON KY felf01 160000 PAID IJV LiriJVG BENEFITS T 65000 RESER VE AND SUftfys G i FLilTii Era o f liis IUUUGI We pay the sme profits to the living that Insurance Corn poiespy to time estates of deceased Largest tota consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for tho protection ol time investor For particulars apply to 3 7 SMITH BOWWKNLKXIM9TQ KY 1 6MaSATILTZOaIgenIRiChU1OUIXy j a SUP2LEFTI 7 5 J IttLIIJ Jwr IL a Wti 1flHET RICHMOND cLIMAxEI1VOLUME26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY4 KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1899 I 1 1ded 2 NUMBER 8 41 j 1b1 a 0 r 0 ee a VEEKSQs Iec c 1 jj Sicici1 Lenders i 1 s 6 1s 0 Jn UT FORGET 1 Tgs 01s e S Reduced Prices toesc o- E Os Oll eara c 5 ov a 5mm fas e 0Isa 8 Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash 0 Iiquns Ginghams and I cL Percales All going at SLA UGH TEll PRICES 0 I jjjJfla IDnID ffi a 1injti1B n 08 tJ lac 0sI s CUT PRICES ON ALLC i1i 1111MER UNbEAVAL ggi Cs 011 e e 0 ea Womens Ian and Black Oxfords regular e i price 150 can be purchased in Iee 1 DAYS fur 8100 All others rtlnced 0 00 sSs e0 bbsI elIDiJll IDi1j vJB1m JJJiai G 0 Olil g 0 All sizes good JCICOST remember ourClg0 Clothing Suits complete at g- 0o s Prices e S 0 s 0s S ee E 1 ll Dllm un P JJ IDn 00 aO Take advantage of this llo e S 1 lOll Sale Come to Mc S ao thSI e ave money Respectfully e oa e 9G Ses CW E N MC K E E IIc SG- 1t 8 a e S5SSSSSSSSSS5SSSSSS SSSSS SS S SSeS SSSSSO OS SeS0 ceGssesssasseseeeeees t NO us ON DOLLAR OJ I IUIS1 LUt u qi i i I1IkIICOIIJulI iep 1O nrls rr mrl eqilsi tint- b1ucnr Pflt- Llh ra at awn money rT pIt dt prlcc S3I 75 MnI tcnrrs 1 i S SPECIAL 95 BAYS P1CELstbn = prl IkIrl- I b nfl rn n ier t bqIrr vFH I1II uSunprn tS IIlnulbwll wblch r ilIhJOt ou jI 1 f rrvlJl sSUr rl lnI drfaIduUoruea IoI IrI TuJiUIhIIrlneb kII II ItI0 SMlInnd I I it Ip I r11I I Cptr t = J I bII tkIIII 4 7 ia 0 111 rrI i rutekt R1 lof f hpnIr 1ISIIBwhlclreonlrhlih1 gIIru rtrwt tsi ti IolL rlIIeIuutpoI tIeIIn rIIerclthl t Ithe In lif I MtXN fuinUhrd IUiAlxU ban KrMti tialrron nlikfil piItd jiilut irnnwa Tory tmxl rp 1rm nL fm u4 f h IS u tIyh1Ik- i t4 WHEED 25 YEARSwhI7Auu IyheIj 1lr It trw rrloarn Trr on uonth adt ill refund mon If tre not titIQt EL DILITY IS ESTABLISHED Ltlib UIIt Jr 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IJR1OK1NH1IUK- OP JIOYIB OUNTY FOR AUDITOK GUS CO UITE It OP QUAVKS COUNTY FOR TIIKASOKKK- S W 11AGEU OF BO YD COUNT f FOR 8KniTAKY OF STATE CALEB BILEK1 Sill U1 MILL OF CLARK COUNTY lon COMMISSIONKU OF AOUIOUITUllK 1 N NALL OF JKKKKltSON OoUMY FOR 8Ulr OF 1UlSljlO JN8TUCTJON H V McCllESNIiY- OF UVINGTON COUNTY FOII nULUOU COMMISSIONEK 3D DIST COL A MIAMIJTON OP MT STKKUXO IOll JIKFUKSKKTATIVE HON W WCOtBS- IIAInN CIJTY- ANNOUNCEMENT Ton JUDGE Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE Countylodgeparty FOR CLEUK AudiKAVANAUGUto the action of th Democratic Im ty We are authorUtil to announce C M HAY nURN a candidate for Clerk sUbject to the action or the Democratic Fatty We are attthorieeri to announce D It TEVIS a candidate rot Ooanty Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party roe DHfcRIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGK11S a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authoriied to announce JOHN W BALI ARD of White SUtion a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethSrlzed to announce MAKTIN GENTRY a candidate for Shviffot Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Weare anthorized to announce P B BROAD DUB a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the nctU n of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD RAM a candidate for A sessor of Madison county subject to ta action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAB L BAKEll candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND candidate fur Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are authorized to announce EVERETT BKllttY for Chief of Police for the City of Richmond subject to the action ol the Democratic party Main Qun1y Pair AU U T 1I3 4 9 Rules and Regulations No cntiamtj lye will be charged Ten percent will be deducted from all premiums of 10 mill ovtr 2 Exhibitors fiould make their on tries before 10 oclock on the day of uxhibitioii 3 No betting gambling or game of chalice viil be allowed on the grounds Any person detected lettitigon any part of llts grouiids or druik will be ex pelled from the plenties 4otIlts ftI Son hliuli net as Judge iiicuniHrily interested ill the miiuial or article on ixhibitiou or early re Idled to tilt exhibitor thereof 5 WhtMi ejiib Jme shall have formed Ida opinion he tfliall wit con fei ring with theother udgell leport his decision to till person aptointed by the Hoard to receive hillulo fimi for premtnlir ami when that is drcided tor certificate When tho regular Judges fail to nuke a decision another Judge shill be calltil ill who shall decide only boiwein those anunuls voted for 6 No peiwu other than Judges net lug and stockholder of the Associa Lion will be permitted to enter the ring during the hours of exhibition 7 All stock must tie haltered and led except in special chutes 8 Exhibitors will plnce the age 01 all animals under four years upon the numbered card furnMied by the See retaryi Ages of hir ses shall tin romputod fruits tlio fiistday of January 10 All uiiiiiiiilii known lulte barren or impoitiit will not be allowed to com polo for pruiiiiilins in hreiiling cilSml 11 All stuck whim on ixhibition shall beenbjecl to the control ot the rin master hut Ih Association will ordamago12 Objections lo Judgee m list illed in writing with tho Serfiilary in order that the Ioarllnitty puss upon them 13 Any person who lemoves It rib bou after it luis been tied or miikeRiiuy other demonstration or dirHitlsfact on In tile ring will forever IKJ JobiirriiUlit privilege of coinpeiina for any inmnun in till fnltiie- J4 Nuexbibilor will be permitted to enter ihw ring while hw Mock N bti lug exbihheil fxcipt to ride drive n letd tire same 13 No premium will le awarded any animal or ar1ideuiiica the Judgei deem such worthy of it 10 Tim ages of nil animals will bE cpusideredin awarding premiums 17 The gate of thu Ampuitheatci will be closed in ten uilnutea after the bell rings i Jg The President Vice President or tine of the Directors shall attend eaci commiltueiu making awardx 19 Jndgen on Muldlti und harness hors will lak into tiiriiileralioii ttz1 forjiu style action souniiuess HIR iluiKllit liidillng quuhi tit iieiressin for gtliortl use roadster riiigs vpinSi di l ihinjijliiy Ti govern i lfjuni deiriMK tu exhibit ills chitlf4111I14 tiiiIts or inltie wc3 t1 tiJld arnt1Mttreda4t P C tI L- c entered fut competition will be furnish ed roper ipate ihpfrfnr on making ap liliciulon to tlm 1rncUlent or Secretary 21 Tile Secretary is prohibited from rwivlng by ixpre s or until and exbilt itii g any arilclfs lo IM sbotviK fhe Afisocliitloti olfiirH fl premium t rtofii sliver run value 10 Cd tonli horses hut itik e a ncur nf 230 11 netter prorldeil the animal hud iiopit viotis relin aa OtaliJ trmtest Slits for these premiums start betwt en heals Notice of intention to start must be given to tIme Secietaty time day before tile trial accompanied by nfl entrance feeoflO 00- Pereotis paying entrance money in speed rings will lie furnished by use Secretary with badge for themselves dud grooms free All grooms and at tendants attendingsock to be exhibited in tings will be charged regular ad miiMuii to the grounds- Complimentary tickets In exchange with other Kemurky Fairs will lie soul to ihe Piesident and Secretary but all other uflleerH wishing to attend will be furiinied by HppliiAtion lo us through their Secretary The objwt of this rule u to kenj no one away but to prevent our complimentary tickets being sent to many who do nut attend Filmy cenui per day will be charged fr stalls during the week of thu fair with the fillon ing exception Horses that start in a race or make themselves eliigible to start shall buve lie stalls with le hling free Corn hay aulllOltllln be hallwn the uronnds at market prices The stalls are numbered and will be assigned III rotation Stalls not engaged until paul fur Free rule for hitching will ho font islird by the Association for nil whi desiio to IlpO them and reliable men will also take rare uf Imrwital a reason able eumu Itelissu hum PRICES OF ADMISSION No motley mvived at roles Pos itively no person t ill be jermitttd to entertbe Krounds without a ticket 2 For ietitleuian and boys over 11 years old 50 cents 31or LatlifH and children 7 years and tinder 1Ir 25 cents Children under 7 years free No charge at the gate for private conveyances 4 All public hacks carrying parson iters to the grounds for 10 cents timid re turn for 10 cents will admitted to tho grounds free hilt drivers and eon doctors required to pay regular admis sion each day harks required to keep displayed cauls iumhIclmtilgFsre 10 edIts 5 Positively no return tickets iiiven at the piles Parties leaving the grounds will have to register at Ihegate lo reenter Special Speed Rings CONDITION- SItutesofNationaf Trotting Association to govern all races Entrance Fee to purses 5 per cent to acconiuliy unmtnation 5 er ceiitaU dltional frommoney winner Jbe purses ale to be divided as fol lows Fifty per cent to 1st 25 to 2nd 15 to 3rd and 10 to 4th All trials to harness Any horaes distancing tilt field or any part thereof shall bo entitled to first money only PuoU sold on races Weather clause reserved Oneyearolds halfmile heats 2 In yearohthimslle beats 2 m 3j balance iu o FIRST DAY All of the following rings from 1 to 14 inclusive will be shown iu the CourtHouse Sard All parties will be required to furnish Coops for fowls and the best arrangements possi ble will be made for hogs JCSf At 830 the Iaml will givo an open air troncreit fur SO mimiUd in front of the Court House s FOWLS Best Trio of Plyniotit link Two hells and otto cock S 2 Best Trin of ilverlaced Vymi dorts 2 hens lIudl ocl2 3 liestTs io Butt Cochin 2 hens ansi sock SI4 Best Tiio of Uantanis 2 liens and 1 iork P2 5 Best Trio of Wliito Leghorns 2 hens and 1 cock 2 6 IJestTrioof Brown Leghorns 2 liens and tOck S 7 Heat Trio of Black Mtororea2 lions Bud 1 coek 2 8 Best Pair White Pet in luck S2 Uest Pair Geese any bietd S10 IWt Pair Hronzu Tttrkeyt2 on 11 lieut 1air 2sarragaut ettt Tur kip i2 00 12 IMSL Boar untie nor breed 5 13 JStwl Sow any ajjeor breed 5 M Best Pair 1ign any aye or breed 45 15 Best Alare Colt umler 1 year out otle Smyrna Hug Valued al S10 tobu eliinvii on MiiinStrrt between 2nd and 3rd at a oel eksi m 10 16 Jelttulf miner I year old any sex blinwiioii Main Street between Isti mind 2nd at UiJO ii in 55 17 Rest Heifer uinlttr 3 vrars old fihown on Alain Street Irotwroi Utaml ur in front of UceAlliiMtr Butcher Simp Itt 1030 u nt sj- IS lUbC Cull ally biX year old anil under 2 10 Jij tuint Turnout picture vnimi lit 10 so host boy rider under 10 jeara old to lie hliowit atlLtAJ a in on MHIII streei olio Inliip valued nt So- tiucuiiil preiiiiuiii men by iurfy Vo innre to Cjneintlati Ohio out aIQracJ Ballooa Asccssloa ti Piraclwh Leap at mala eatrasce el Fair UrlHHl4 Fret ti Everykpdy at cckck saca J T McClintook will have thrown from the balloon 1000 advertising hUh one of vkJiicli will bea prize bill ant when returned to liiin will KhOUI buggy Whip valued nt2r TIiefollowinj riojas will ij shown al tiie KairGrouiuI bexfuningproinjjl at 1230 p tilIHARNESS HOIlSEi U Best itreiorTldiiii a yours pit RDtI timuier J fltclir ISjotteoll t2 iWt nimejor HdhiX4 years ishi allMJ1tS2j t Ira i his steosmtj lta 1t4ttiSjCtitastIiJ4i tJ f ie t- llIII i lj lJdlSJf t liIhI h 1 l b t 1 a WALK TttOT AND CASTtlL High School ainl United Horses not illoweil to exhibit To he judged h their soundness conformation utah ters action and gates 21 heat Itlhhe of idltllhmg1O2 or tin ler Up ttl iHirrylng lCD ptitiiids Qa to first SiO to stitosil LrA1t JtllliJiTIOSt Ox SijIkr Ali SOLUTEIY KBEK SECOND DAY CSTAt 800 a m Hand willszivo an open air concert in front of Couit CUti for 30 mi utes TiiO following will be shown in the store of K eatherage Cu 2ii llet CIIlIl1tplake 20 IlnteliealeiiUiwult 1 00 27 Ieck Guru ear white 1 00 28 lsk curls III ar yellow 1 00 JU Dozen Cniinnbert 100 Three qiiHMliKN 1 00 Tointuii e I dufrin Xl 1 to 2 Peek Irish 1otiitoux 00 i1 Oimlialf doxen Heuts 00 il ThrrellHidnOablMge 00 Tim following to be shown in the lire of Hurst Foe her to be maile of rlu ir lloui B Best White Raisin Cake 2 50 Ii IJecf l iyii Cake 2 50 Special ineiiiiuui by G Mi Uilljjuig to be shown in Isis store j7 nest hpecinien Oil Paintiuj Pict ore Frame valtietiiii 5 38 Ue t pperimon Waiter Color Pict UItJ FIIIIIIH vnluol tit 5 HJIclal priMiiluni by JJ W Turner to lie Hlinwn in isis Mure- IJ ISfBt pniinon Uuttenburg Lace 52 40 Handpainted China t3 I pcclHl premium by Mat H Cohen us be Khosvn III WTurnnrM stoic 41 test hptfiiiien KeiiHhijjion palnt iiKi e Special pi etiilnm by T IJ Collins to Hhiwn in hii store 12 NtiM Ohmntlate take 200 41 Ifciked hem 2 00 11 Two bottleo Ky Grape Wine 0 To be KIOWII on Miin Btretfl between Second ami Tlilnl at 0 oVloik a in 45 Best Hull any ago SIOO1 TflOTm 218 Class 100 227 Clam 100 23i Clas 400 3001 lass 400- S iiIdclaNS 300 n IJ Terrill Purse or YearliiigvSloO PACES 224 Chairs 300 2SO Claw 300 fjffhti program ofthe races will be arranged after the entries close and the list will be ptiutod which will be final Thi program will lie arrassgtlits near as MissibIe with day between classes so horeen can start in IWO races S A PKATimtAUE Secy- E53 tiraiiil high ire exhibition on Main street between lCOlIll and Thirst 1110uclllck a In- To be siitwit ou Main street between First and Second 40 Fanciest Turnout accompanied hv lady 1 dork valued at 10 To U shuwu on Second street be tween Multi and Irvine at 10 oclock a in 47 Best Maro nnd Colt 10 To bt shown at corner of Second and Irvine stieets at 1030 oclock a ui 48 test Mule any age 5 To be shown at corner of First and Irvine streets at 11 oclock a III III lUst Stallion under I year old 5 To ls shown on First sired Ml He R vkaway noire sir gelding lube town to rockaway 1- 0CSfGrand hailstorm Ascension pnd Parachute Leap at main entrance of Fair Uroiinil at 12 oclock iityin- Tliefoliowing rings will lie shown ai the I Vir Orlluul Leiniiiiig promptly at 1230 p in SAUDIjK HOUSES 51 list Maihuii 2 yinw old and un slur 3 8tO 52 ijpecinl prfinluni hv use four ISnnks nf IttlUIiul Thj Bankers stake 81000 tor Saddle Mnllmn Mare or Gelding any age of wliirli is m- ertisl for consolation Only horse that s sow in Bankers Slake and take io fait of money will lie nllotil to ionipete in cotiMilutioti Five percent to nuiiiiiiMii Miiil 5 percent additional njm inoitev Miners Alonuv divided oO 25 15 and 10 per cent Naddl tiulial entrance will be charged for con solation mid 5 per cent will only be TTeitucted fruit llr t division sSooof first show and 5 per rent only deducted Irom S2CO coulsolat iou Should the nbovu stake fad to flit reasonably well right reserved to declare off Entrance money refunded Itulea of Natioial Saddle Horse Breeders Association novoln mon STEPPING CLASS To lmJndgcd Io tleir sonndncxi ciinfoinlHiitii carriiice manners aunt allrouiidaetion nail w hnivfOOlI paru 5 Mare or Oeliiiii over 15 1 j2jtii lirst J10 to fcueiJiid IIAKNESS IIOIE 54 Hrst Siallioii i yearn old and un 1131010111 Suo ibfciiuil The flue Grass Job Piintinu tTb will have thniwn Inm tho balloon 1000 Hivi iti inir bills ainongwiiicli ill he a prize bill fllrlIItllni vill give 54 CIlIrtVltllItII If exhibitions on street sIo hllulrlJl TIltIiZ X tIBtI BlJIII ill IIIItIlrIniiut ri tair jJ iiiiuuitt fu frfiia nf iln fil r U UM tIti lifHt jHiunii SI 11 W JJeMKUliijJrfcltt 3 JO 57 JUwt hsmsfof lirvUiJ Vfiitit ris lUg v r Sprcwl PnWfum Uy JYJfJr to 1wulII lit htorT 8 Jkt machine made snnlioniiet lu hit madtt liy exhibitor i 2 C 59 Best sptivimiuijiciiiiititulil- iiK byliand X 2 CO litutt specimen silk eiiiliroi dry 2 Special Ireniiuurtiy JIH Gimicliiitliani I lie tIwlI in hi iuusre- Ill Jst 4lsiuiI iCtusnhii l Qk ntii1lilmrhisrt 2 It M ltist Jr IIwrlIklt f ot- J1taJuirilskatstrl lme- ssryrrl tltes 11i t liIIaliazsIuli4 Ir 1F t Iiv Wihlie fxwr IttiwVtI1 + Lsinoi a t lr l LLWLWj uU Whittier if WhHjilmr row rate from ThiKl o first Street 2Ot 6i Best Jaekany HBO to lit shown on Irvine Street between 1st and 2nd sit Uro a ilL i18 lilt Jeiinot any age shown at rorulr Irvine ttllil2tidtftrettat 10 am 1SBest Marti ftndS tile Cult fG 70 JWl Slule Colt tinner year old at II nm S3 71 Best Model Stallion mare or- g huiiig shown in front of AV 0 Old haul COJE Store at 1130 a in 2- 0FL4 12JNOON GRAND BALLOON Astenelou and Parachute 1eap at ihuin eutrall e of Fair Ground The following rinl8 will be shown al the Fair Ground imiin promptly at 12SO p in SADDLE HOUSES 12 Siahioii Muni or Guiding aiy ae SS and 10 73 Mare or JuUliutf 4yeara i ldor over 5JO and oj 74 stallion o years old an I Under 4 SWnnd S3 75 Bullion 4 yeaip ulsiamid over 25 and 5 7G Mare or Oediiig 3 years old and Under 4 20 and 5 77 Double Team regardless of sex color or owneiKlii i3 and 1- 053TAll Exhibitions on the Street Absolutely Free FOURTH PAY Special Premium byj McCaini Deail onlige to be slmtvii Iii their nlore 78 Jloqitftof emit hlu es olio lamp Vault d at i- tt Ixbt Itliick Cake toilet set valued ul let ml PiCnilliil hy 11 lj MiJillulqil driigKot to tie shown in hit ttnrc SO Fur tint bust written signature and address S SXcIiil Premium by IuiiiMiiUri jj lVory feed and stale stable cur Waim and 3id eels 82 Fur the uuliest horse hitched iii tlieir stable 4ih day of fair 2 Special Premium by TIIOIIIHS Gibson livery feed nUll sale stable main street S3 For the man and wife wliovoines tho longest lisance to the fair on 4 h day and hitches in Iiis stable 2 Special Premium by Douglas Suit inois to be shown in their store 84 For the oldest bicycle that conies to ihe fair on the 4th slay 2 830 a tu band will give an open air ciiiicert in front of mont house fur SO minutes K Best stallion year old and tlndei 2 to be shown on First htieet at 900 a in 8U Best mare or uelding 2 years old and under 3 to he shown in harnet on iMist street at 930 5 87 Best walking stallion snare fir gelding any age 1 Va Saddle valued to be shown on Main between Iirotand Second streets at 1000 a ilL 20 88 Handsomest baby under 2 years old to be shown in court house yard at 1030 a m 10 High wire exhibition on Main street between Second and Third at I la m Grand Balloon Ascension and para chute leap at maiu entrance of Fair Grounds at 12 oclock noon- IIAPvNESSfllOnSES The folluwlin ring will be shown at the Kair Grounds beglnulng piomptly at I2k p lu 8U Mine or gellln anyise IOto tirst 10 to tecuisti- VALK TKO IVCANtfEK 00 Maro nr velding over 152 IIlto carrying 185 ooundi to he jtl1 by liy lljIr winmliuw CMilirniiiii mun slots ac jolts smith gu fs tight HCIO I 1tIalt1 horsii Hot iillotrd to sis isa in tins iliif S15 in IM SIJltM If I HOltI 11 Stallion 3 iiiul under 4 20 to ties SI fib stcolic fl2 larnctu stallion 4 ami OVT 20 to first f5 to recoiulI- Kt Conujalion for Laiikeru stake 200 JCSTA11 exhibitions on street abso bitchy free Time For all things Mr S Neville Moberley propiittorof time great Furniture Emporium bearing isis liHUie has done bu well this year that he dislikes evento cause one dis cord III tim hartnouv of good tlmos at his sore Blithe has tome outstaml intr accounts that he would geaily be pleased to collect and asks us to tfniod lust patrons that theist of July eitling time is It thing of the reet lit pa t Ynu know thu reot =PROHIBITION COfVEt nON tTheTrohniitionrBt sf Kentucky wil inectIn inaVsvoiiveiiQoii at JjjiiisvillcV- Utfllal 1st anti 2utT 1IoIIIIIIIIU dtnta ticket lion s nmVf 1Kkie Alliimi Mifhig mill rliairioiiii of tin Nitiioiirfl ProhilJtion KNccntivo Con niiee wil be pr senl Keduceil rates oil ail till railrnHils fiat e bedim tecitreii l1J tilt teitidcaiii pliii The Villard nolel wul bt hiMilqtiil lir and its1k veil lion will ho b 1d in iuIo hull A laminet will 1e hItt tie Willard- ruurdityj veiling 2=AlCp lisWcd 1t 1i lfym lIUl n loilnliiriil wciiiliij tip wilt r you are Hit likely in inet itiiiiiiliiii ts takfiiiMrnf the J C IhIIIIUhlltJ liclzc Siateruouis nnd lulsjurptmi uuithsiimt tLs isiisslysee Tnd two VMiil hflinp fiif illlisliatiil paiiiplilet Ailjriwi A A fVnVNTZ O rAI iS 0iISrMiJT1 ini r mayOitf =A FAUWLY j MJXTURE On this side bf the Kentucky liver tuI this ijountyiltyes Waif imuied 404 Curil Oi ihe olInTrhiilij of lljo strtu i iiiLi aiiian Danied Joe I nrd lie bein I nejitis tlfj1l IHIirH JhlI1 il sss of he iiv jfi hlI faMr age- 1111 tr lItctL1ifJJ mta 1tVI ittszmft out here Otleiis tctrhIIU tiIt II tIuirave- I 11u 11r1IIIJ 1ii tiC dUlIJtnriIIifICti 4r auti 1ttS iiepue cjl UltrildYilIhtl Vit- J54NOC44t hr Hrlu t0 fi a 1 c tl Si t of Cheap Excursion lo Old Point Com fori Time rjirannenke fltut Ohio fiallttny will riin ils pCCoiiil excursion to Old Puiut Omforl Vn Oil Tuesday July 25lb Ticket will lie 15 fur this round trip jfimil iJ un both morn lug antI evening regular trains niul jood returning 21 lays Stop overs will tie granted ni any suction east of Ka nawlia Fulls utl return trip Old Point Comfort offers moI attractions this year limn evtir burp Boliitf tho most prominent Naval IItt during our war with Spain it is fitting that the aptured shuts mid trophies should be iniu ht there A number 01 our ves sels are now at Norfolk Nave Yard NI othor trip otTers such a diversity of pleasures mont tainR seashore rIviera iind wan as does a trip to Old Point Iniiifort Svnd in yojir name at once for steeping car reservations GEO W BAUXEV Div isrs Airniit Lexington Kv LAUNflY 6320 Good Washing Soap Iuro water and skillful hands lire combined In time Rtmt tt 11T1j gratifiiiwork is lrrlCtl lanitdribd and returned promptly Vti make a ppeci illy of roll rl Culls unil Shirts Also Lashes Shirt Waists RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY ind freight rharcn ThIs etnve U itzeF8ovoI UxUxlL touidic23 nuulo from bft t pltf Iron extra large nae hMTjr eorcn bt j lining and gnie Itras Oven shelf steay tinlined oven door lutndsom hlckelpUled ornunrntatlont sad silmrilnin extra laive deep ptniilne5UB4Uh iird rrsir hand UrKe omatitcnteii iIe Bert barr and urnUh HKK extra wood irrat maXInir II a per reet sd ha In osra Gcnnseer soo and jniarantee nare delivery lo jo rrall roajltulon Tour local Ucaur wonU elwrre rn for mrh a tsP the rlrhI if only airoal sieb roe tarhSCOmll I ra lend flllno AMrrt SEARS ROEBUCK COI rtIiCAcaltL tun lUtfciitk h an tkraaiil rtaic41tiri a 1r56tn fSTILLSPRINGSI While Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN Lht T T ER ht On the R N I B Railroad and the Kentucky River in tfce midst of JI llllhrllil amid Ilrimaiitic Scenery riioWhiii Sulphur Is anpecific for fikiji and kidney troubles the ClmlIeate naliirert tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house gjBTtfur lurtler particulars address atus M fta Propr may3itm IRVINE KY SOUTHERN RftlUftY INKENTUKYI Schedule la effect June 11 1330- IsrwnJNix flCaTiri Na5 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b5WettratztsilaijyAIruJlIlcI tfiliuftatt KJ eAfJ It L IJrViU 1t CiirMIGo104W JyPV I rn 1If f J t III f ihl aa t iht PHcz 1 Nevei before have such goods ui4beeii llspIayelin biclimond L as can be found ut ill7 place of ItIS1IICSS 111factClass Furniture House These goods t J r garex 5becauserare because of tyle exceptional tv ccJYou have horse sense Then dont bo a don t key and go pay out SGO or 70 for a ma chine when you can buy one for half that price You can get a machine like J ittheabove cut with which we will give guarantee forr2 25 8 2150 These machines will be sold for cashor monthly payments Any thing to please our customers 4 Come Axv aTt s veva fi = tfS SINEVILLE MOBERLEVI 220222 W Main Street NGHT DA Y PHONE PHONE S3 23rncHrfoD KY BEAUMONT C0LLECSouthern CIrU School fnrrlcnlnm iii 1111HARRODSBURG KYearsP0 rjrrr sf all etc liBOrnISEND ONE DOLLAR 52KJS MBB4ifrnHe iW1Ix1t m r mil rnt1a TUr IREIUUT IJ4T10j UKl4 II X r rnl kl dpt u4 it Can4 HEnCTIT BlTlSFlCTORt thirsT 11 RimniXTZO 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iiy welt ilonned uiMs witliout u fiiiluie is tins eiilfiii tsr prov llif iiiiiuil tisjm important mediial discovery Tills new irv mintin is ilm nwilinr iI i IirCiiRh ljt1I1 lie study tifiuallgnant tlibtiitiH and Is luisvd on tile must ightstnm tit iti principles FEMALE DISEASES Dr Ifeurister holds gislilusitIjiist from loaiHnjr uicdlcil ciilleKfs for pn llriumy in ljlmct woinrn and for the punt tn y IB confined lisa pruotiue loir MiHli sntriieia IIi ilimniverieHt r r ctiit lale for the euro of iniilluiiiint disijisi Out tn tlieRreat iucrwiso nf essayer of tips tvninli rnd tenjaUi brenit A wili epnpid Mininiriiini litu at lOCi Court street wlier his iuno smile is Ievift il to leiiiule hUlVHrHrsiiiid tuHligtmnt distases If MiircriiiK fnuu lilyihipiti Iculutrlll women or uny mannnr of innliennnt crovvtli tsr tore wiliea full and oiiriM Mntfiimnt of your lWtO ansI get an honest expert opinion lice t urta can Iw mnOo alt home AUdresc 5Dv Boa1 Ii1oGoOutsret Memphis Tenn Ii i Itr Florida Havana l11Jndtsol1villeconnecting lines Throush connections to Tampa K Miami ot t hew Crears with fast Stcmer Serva Ito tSs1U ley VCSt IJv stio m Soil Juan Low rate round trip tickets a ra riTTI1im 11Iii 4 Z1tT = f tiE R1C19 Jt FALl icrI z 3 t t 1 jr c IIi rj t r I 11 JJ 2 I it it ft lI 1 TAMING A LANDLORD r TShycyvd Farmer Tenant Way ek Get tlnjf Even for nn Impudent I Ileatrlcllon 1 Leases ns now drawn by Ovht1i bm ngents of flat buildings contain many queer conditions but a nW species of this restricting mania on the part of landlords was recently developed on the North side A retired farmer Whose pride in his family brought him to Chicago rented n flat last spring lie made his money Schuylcrfacres to the original ICO in the same 0 way he comes pretty near knowing the f value of tcTJargain Not avlngt11Ucl1- tItodo he spends some of 1I1s time look lug around in the big department stores One wellknown State street for bargains has fur Jt11lshet a number of Interesting shop ping experiences for the old gentle f man The other day he responded to the tempting offers advertised and bought seTeral articles which he Or dered sent to his new flat The hext morning utter the Wngon had delivered the goods his landlord came Up and hatfwagons ular department store stop in front of liif building The landlord and his fam ily occupy the lower flat in the build ing and they do not want the neigh bors turning up their noses at the sight of bargaincounter delivery Wagons stopping there It hurts the value of my building protested the landlord Well well was all the old farmer could reply as he caught his breath I but there was a sparkle in hiRtye us lie watched the landlord go down the back stairs- Well well he muttered as he ogaib tried to catch his breath Reckon this is a free country Mother I guess Ill be going downtown As he got on a Korth side cable cat end began thinking about the matter lie got more and more incensed and the desire to assert his American independence grew apace By the time he reached Madison street he had a swell log programme of vengeance In his breast lie couldnt get to that depart mont store fast enough lie didnt look for bargains that day lie went to a dozen departments in the store and ordered things sent to his flat Some things he didnt nerd but he ordered them just the same Each department of that store has its own wagons They began to arrive that evening The next day they arrived in relays The land i lord grew frantic After the second wagon arrived the landlord sent his wife to remonstrate with his new tenant The old farmer sat in an easy chair in the front parlor nnd chuckled behind his paper Then the third and fourth wagon drove up The neighbors began to notice the rush of delivery wagons They kept coming all day and the farmer continued to chuckle 4 Well well he saul stroking his white board I reckon that fellerll un ilerctand this a free country after this us he looked over the pile of bun lIUlion the kitchen table Chicago In ter Ocean NEGRO IN THE WINDOW Shrewd lluHln nN Mon Turned the Kni to IUN Ailvmitncc and Hiaped ISIuli Ilnrveit iunny thing happened to me when I was working for Blaukcty manIc Co in Chicago hnidti New Orleans window dresser I had a big Window on Clark street that seemtu as if it war hoodooed No mutter what I put there it appeared to he impossible to attract nny attention arid the manager who was keen as a hawk began to grumble lookiafInmy brains for new schemes but It was 110 go One day when I was feeling pretty blue I told our negro porter to clear everything out preparatory to making a big display of a special line of shirts He was a fat black trifling fellow and I guess he must have been out at a cake walk the night before for he fell fast asleep in a chair in the mid lie of the window I was on the point of waking him up nnd giving him fits when I happened to notice how ex I tremely ludicrous lie looked His head mouthJpostures imaginable in short lie was a perfect picture of a lazy rascal in happy slumber That gave me an grabbinga sign Dreaming of Our Dollar Shirts and stood it quietly against his tileIpet tradition of the store to this day People simply blockaded the sidewalk nnrt you could hear them laughing a block away The funniest part about It was that nobody supposed for a mo tIringTheynoting or else n wonderful wax figure That the coon was actually asleep never occurred to anyone and I stood around with my heart In my month for fear the noise would arouse him It didnt however and he snored away peacefully lieIthroughthenod that night the house raised my sal nry I tried to work the same scheme afterward but it was a failure The I darky couldnt pretend worth a cent 1j jNO TimesDemocrat Frill of Fa hlon Very dainty rind refined looking are foulardIchantllIover rose pink with a number of black velvet bows set here and there on the bodice 4Manyof the new summer fabrics have n continuous trimming woven in the goods Grenadines ctamincs and nets Irate beautiful insertions Incrusta- tions chenille devices like embroidery and runnings of crimped ribbon inter and straightcut folds are in great use on gowrtx of light cloth sheer wool silk veiling bunting and eta mine Not only do they finish skirt dresstthey form entire overdresses under skirts to the knees boleros berthas and sleeves Sometimes the folds are arranged upon the foundation in scallops in points and in diagonal lines from the underarm scams of the bodice or the front panel of the skirt They arc arranged always with a view to the figure wenrerChlcagoRecord KIdneY Omelet a small saucepan with one flPlace fine chopped onion one butter half of a bay leaf and cooktthreeIsaltnqunrterofaj clennihalve remove the white part in the sUetsJutos Next prepare an omelet pour omeL1TireAnlintm bejl1loneIndlsllpoliaI1 YJllltmO 1d YakrAug1ttI J 14 Y + lc I wt AkD wjsbdiiv 1bgsGoldenbaya i lnttenhs of the born leaders of hith are woven Chicago Daily News Some folks are so worthless that we yonder what they care it it is a nice day Washington la Democrat 1Ie Was your brother engaged in the late var SheSonot until after he came home yonkcrsJStntcs man Smeof us hardly guesshow much oftour goodness is due to the thought that the neighbors may be hooldngL A W Bulletin tncksOpportnnlty You dont seem to have much to say about domestitrnf fairs You nre mistaken sir I have a good deal to say but t neer get a chance to say IK liichmond Dispatch Only iraeticingMistrcssWbat- are you doing fiche Throwing dishes at that target Are you crazy Maid Crazy No Im going to gel mar riedDas Kleinc Witzblatt comtIcompletely shurntoure a regular sight What made you let anyone dis figure you in that way Fritzllutpapa jut think I got it all done for ten pfennig Elirgciide libel ter No Cause for Apprehension Lady Passenger seated in the railway car riage underneath the rack which her fellow passenger liDs loaded with bu- nt1lesYou have so many packages here monsieur Im afraid theyll fall The Fellow PasstngerOhi never mind Theres nothing among thet- atltuuu1tlbrcakeasIlyLa lUre THEY LIVE IN A CRAFT A ltlct IHtI Couple Who Have SpfDt Over Thirty Year In A Cnnnl UUBI- r In three small rooms beneath the curving deck of an aged canal boat in Erie basin Charles Itogers septu agenarian and capitalist and his wife Mary have lived for 30 years They cannot say how old the craft is Even the name on the stern is erased by time and the action of sea water but the old people say it will be their home as long as it will hold together It Is moored inside the breakwater They are practical hermits these two old people and they are contented with chnngeItboat met each other on a canal boat and were married on one They have lived on canal boats all their lives and they expect to die on one TCn more simple existence than theirs could be conceived and it is hard to believe that in the midst of busy hustling Greater New York two per sons could live lives of such retirement as this old man and his helpmate Three months ago they celebrated their golden wedding and Mrs Rogers a placid old lady with snowwhite hair and hardly a wrinkle on her face said tbeISince her marriage 50 years ago she has been ashore 12 times in all she said and she has never yet been on the Brooklyn bridgemuch less crossed it though she had been so near it all these years Capt lingers as the Erie basin laborers call him is 78 years old but be would easily pass for 00 He is stout anti short with square shoulders and a shock of white trait which comes al beardIsweeps a capitalist and is worth perhaps 39000 His brother is said to be a millionaire but Charles has not seen him in years The old man wearing blue yachting cap was smoking his pipean insep arable companionon the deck of his home the other lilY when a reporter happened along Capt Rogers proved himself hospitable by inviting the visitor aboard and into the modest cabin The sittingroom contained three chairs a table and a small stove There was no carpet on the floor and not even- clock in the room Dont necd one said the captain we can tell the time of day well enough by the sun Its the most nat ural clock and as for telling time after 0darkwellthe birds go to roost Long enough to read the Bible a spell Newspapers No slree we dont rend the newspapers at alL I did not know the SpanishAmerican war was over until some one told me about It have no time to bother with news papers The Bible Is about all the reading we need nnd if everyone followed its precepts there wouldnt be so many warsLive ashore Yes I know we could hut we dont want to Whats the use We have been on a canal boat all our lives and you cant learn old dogs new tricks Ive got money enough to take care of us and we could live ashore in a house but we prefer to stay where we are We own this house and try to keep it in fair repair Were both healthy as can be and yettinnot live to ire a hundred Wife too is in the best of health Doctors have no call to come bothering us I lay our good health to our careful way of liv ing I never drank liquor young man and dont touch coffee I smoke all the time Im awake nail dont believe it hurts me a bltN Y World The Pablo of the Lazy flnThere was a lazy man who said unto himselfI arise from my couch this morning with the determination of starting out to create a stir in the myselthatthingsthatgin Thereupon he got out of bed nnd when he had his left trouser leg half on and was dancing about the room on one foot his heel got into close relationship with atack that had been sit ting up all night And lo it came to pass that the man did things he rose he made a stir Chlcago TimesHerald Too Appropriate Eloquence It was at a ministers club meeting and the cloth was swapping experi euces At a funeral recently said one of esenpedlaugblng tThylsitIplying eloquence why is it that there approprintenesstoday of friends and relatives whose tears fall significantlytowith chokeproducing flash it crossed my mind that the dead man had been a milkman in the community for 2- 3yearsN Y World Slaking for Salt Water Welts A new industry is springing up in northern Mexico sinking wells for salt water to manufacture salt for mining ompanyhnsterritory at Cameron 120 miles south of Laredo and have struck water con training 12 per cent salt worth from poundChiengoCbronlcle IUor Then Hawkins I dont see from nil accounts that these naval chaplains do mucirTuckerOh I dont know I see a yaelltsRichmond Very Small Came Tenderfoot las there any big garae around here Native there iUsed ter be lint spW yer eamt lJli1i1ltlti biitatNt Y JiIrlI1 W fttt PW3 1 f I= lo It t SUM MOT FIRR A IejY rlc Scientist 5ay II Far like Heat Thronh an elec trIo Corrent Henry Raycjon Rogers 11 D of Dunkirk N Y has evolved new the ory of the universe which If adopted generally will revolutionize astronom i 0calrelating to the sun From the days of the star gazers of Palestine almost the popular notion regarding this cen eal ruler of our family of planets has been thnt it is a great whirling globe of molten material in a constant and perpetual state of combustion Now comes the matt from western NewYork with the Information that this idea Is false nnd that the conventional pic ture representing the sun with bright lines radiating in nil directions Into space thus Implying that actual hent nnd light ore produced within and of the body Itself IK an utter absurdity This view of the sun he says Is strangely inconsistent with and an tagonistic to certain wellknown cos mical taiftx Science tenches and demonstrates to be true that the universal space is Inconceivably cold and litter darkness A burning fire ball sun thus becomes un impossibility an lib surdityKathcr should the sun be represented this philosopher maintains as a huge planet like unto the earth only many times larger perhaps even fit fur habitation surrounded by darkness and the stars not on fire but tre memiously electrical in Its activities In hlher words a vast celestial dynamo tiioduclngjurrents of electricity which pass invisible and free through all the 60odd millions of miles of cold and darkness until they meet their resistance at the earth and its atmosphere Such resistance is all thnt is needed in the mind of this twentieth century scientist to develop the socalled sun heat nod sunlight just as light Mid heat are produced in the electric cUr- rent by tint resistance offered by car bon or other material Arc lights such as stud our Streets are in effect tine planets fed by the sun After excit ing our atmosphere to these and other activities the electric currents pass Into the earth awakening in it gray itation and other electrical effects thence completing the circuit by re turning to tIme mm and arousing in it identically the same functions as on its humble satellite It follows that if the sun emits neither light nor heat hit simply elec tricalcurrents which produce these phenomena it cannot longer be said that the moon borrows from its gentle effulgence nnd the poet loses a sub ject for some of his daintiest concep tions What has been with him here tofore a fullorbed glory becomes simply a prosaic electrical machine whose currents net on our atmosphere as do those from the sun though to a less degree on account of difference in power Science with its newlyfound facts and progressive theorifs has always been destructive to old imagery but the old delusions nre far less poetic afternll than their successors when the poets minds have become read justed to them But says the practical render What shall we say of the suns dazzlt which in so real and so painful to the human eye Simply nn optical illusion an swers the new theory Such dazzling brightness cannot be locatid at the sun neither is it found in the black of infinite space nor in our atmosphere therefore Itonbe found only in the depths of the eye of the beholder i e upon the retina So too there is no longer such n thing as a moonbeam that which seems such is simply an illusion nnd is no more real than the existence- of actual spots upon the surface of the sun Dear dear IJoston Transcript CANT STAND RIDICULE To De Laughed at Will llpnet Men When Kntlilni llnc Will Fence Tlirin Strange how easily we are bowled over by ridicule said tIne man at the cigar counter I was standing on the corner and saw a well set up portly gentleman saunter up the street lie everydetailhis mustache was curled carefully at the ends and he walked with the air of a conquering hero He looked so cool so confident and so exceedingly aristocratic that people instinctively made way for him as he approached He had gone perhaps 30 yards when all of a sudden he stopped hesitated a moment and then put his right foot on a box near the curb Ills shoe had become untied and the strings were trailing So far How dignitybutbecame ridiculous To save his soul he couldn reach the eyelets It was that unlucky embonpoint y know and although hecpuffed and strained and got us red as a lobster his finger tips were shoestringsAtaround nnd saw two ladles coming out of a shop They were looking at him theihis assurance His elegant aplomb van ished like magic He seemed to col lapse upon himself and actually get old while he was taking lila foot oft the box It was an abject pathetic spec tacle He hurried away no longer n conquering hero but a cringing addling apologetic fat man totally un nerved by the mere fact that he couldnt tie his own shoes and that women were laughing about It Yes my boy a game man can stand anything but ridicule That knocks him outN O Times Democrat Ilejrond Ilia nepmeLet us said the speaker be not too hasty in our endeavor to solve the social problems that confront us Our country is young yet and we must pass through the experiences that fall to stagesofthelrdevelopment Here is the tramp question for in stance We all know that there are thousands of unemployed men in the United States nnd may of us are wor rying a great deal over what is to be done with them But let us not be over hasty I say in trying to dispose of these matters Sooner or later the tramp win work out his own salvation I am Say interrupted a dustylooking youbettertrampChicagolollt Proof Enough Wigs Women dontget excited as often as men Wags Prove It Well when a mans excited he swears Yes And when a womans excited she weeps Kight agiain V Well if ra womanshould cry every time a man swore 5wecl have another deluge 1hl1plphaJt cord 05j Reminded hips Mrs Wickwire liid you read that bO18soldierbattle 4 ilr Wlckwire Itreminds me of the way lICIt when J was getting mar rled indianapolfs Journal BTltcr Btrt Man Butter is prlma when it is fresh but 1lsnppearahQIIDaily NewnooT rirnt She Heal JtV bett rr tojove the pereonyou cant YOWInn c f i i J frMRSOUAL AND LITERARY Jules ycrne usually beginsWriting before six a rnbJoseph ITntton the author arid jour Balist fakeaa tenmile walk every day Kudyanl Kipling is said to be the first poet who could afford to travel in a pri tate ear Marie Cprelii receives 25 per ctstroy ally on her books raore than is paid any other author Only two rulers of Kussfa since Peter the Great have died a natural death Catherine II and Alexander III the fa thcrof the present czar It Js said of the late William T Ball of Boston that no one ever misquoted Shakespeare in his presence without be- Ing vehemently rebuked On the spot A Dickens of the third generation has taken to novel writing She is a daughter of Churles the Second as the eldest fcbn Was playfully called by Iris friends The inventor of matches was a coun try doctor Charles JInrcl Sauna His memory was honored recently by the erection of n monument in the village of Saint Lothnire in tIre Jura Fred Voigt who has leased the New ark track for Sunday bicycle racing this year said that he wilt improve the tinv bur belt considerably In order to make it more speedy Secretary Hay in writing a letter in reply to Sir Alfred Austins letter to him about certain imperfections of tine copyright law calls the English poet laureate the dean of contemporary English literature Jules Claretle proposes that the chair in the French academy which has been vacant since the death of Dumas for ever remain so out of honor to its last occupant and that another be created to fill up the requisite number of 40 COME ONCE A YEAR IMngnlnr Appenranre of Flab in n Regular Ue currelice One strange feature of this sea life of the tropics is the regular recurrence of migratory swarms of fish of very small size that return in huge numbers year after year with such absolute regulari ty that tire natives calculate on the event on a certain day in each year and even within an hour or two of the day One suclswarm of fish forms the occa sion of an annual holiday and feast nt Samoa The fish is not unlike the whitebait for which the English Thames has so long been celebrated and each year it arrives at Samoa on the same day or at themost two days and then disappears entirely till the same day of the following year Why it comes or whence no curious naturalist has yet discovered nor has anybody traced its outward course when it leaves the Samoan group but the fact is un questionable that suddenly without notice the still waters of the lagoon which surrounds each island within the fringing reef become alive with millions of fishes passing through them for u sin gle day and night and then disappear ing for a year as though they had never comeA visit to Samoa enabled me to see this strange phenomenon for myself and to witness the native feast by which it is celebrated year by year I had been in Samoa for a month and in that month Ihad enjoyed almost a surfeit of beauty I had coasted the shores of its islands in native canoes I had bathed in the warm still waters of its lagoons fringed to seaward by the white reef on which the ocean broke in golden spray and to landward by the silver beach of coral sand flecked with the tremulous shadows of the swaying palms I had climbed with my native guide the abrupt hills covered with dense forests of tropical luxuriance through the arcades of which I caught glimpses of the flash and luster of the oceans myriad smile and again we baa plunged into deep valleys among the hills where little headlong streams murmur under the shade of the wide spreading breadfruit trees and wave the broad leaves of the great water lily of the Pacific islands Lippincotts FLIES BY THE BILLION Strange Things Would Happen In Our Season If Nature Didnt Interfere Prof Howard of the Washington entomological bureau has made a careful computation and declares that a single female fly may in one season be come the ancestress of 4472280103 025713559320 flics This estimate sup poses that all her progeny and descend ants generation after generation sur vive and enjoy favorable conditions for the propagation of the species which condition of things does not occur in nature Such n figure is too vast for us to grasp and we must reduce it to some basis of reckoning By the very ac curate weighing of one member of the tribe of windowpane buzzers the weight was found to be two centi gramsthat is it would take 1400 flies to make an ounce avoirdupois Men urement showed that the creature was f jWithsome interesting conclusions To make 1 pound 22400 flies would be required which means that 50176000 of the lit- het pests go to the ton Try to imagine n ton of flies Yet it is not such an extraordinary quanti ty A goodsized elephant weighs ten- onst yet it would be balanced on the cale by only a portion of the number of flies mentioned by Prof Howard Calculation shows that Howards enormous figure would make 800000t000000 fly elephants But remark nble nature of the statement is not fully apparent without a little more asy arithmetic To prevent the evil of overcrowding among elephants It would be necessary to give to each one an average space measuring IS feet squarethat Is 225 square feet It follows therefore that 123000 fly elephants could stand on one square mile of territory But when we look at that figure and compare it with ouaelyesquired to accommodate them alL Nearly twice the total area of the globe would be needed to give nil those mon sters standing roomN Y World Just Kitchen Fires Mrs A told her new mail servant a colored youth from the country to make a fire in the drawingroom the other day Coming in soon after she contemplatingthelogs by his side large enough to warm a regiment Have you never made a fire before 1aTpIyYell maam I aint never mrtde what yocaH refined lireno maam was the puzzled reply Harpers Bazar Parent of a Irotilcr What an amount of dignity Jones seems to have developed lateljre marked Brown lies golngto throw up his job and try to getsdm thinG bet tel He says theres no use of a man with his qualifications 1iIl llgsqmeJltl a position And hesalways cn such a meek una know Yes replied Smithlbut I heard that Ids baby hps just got set that It can say papa so they can Understand ltNfY World FnraoHE French Women Madame LancelotCroee th French artist has just made fork the French government necklace oposedct 12 medals bearing the beads of the 12 most famous women of French jitory TIne subject Avas inspired7 jby Qneen Margherlta of Italy and the or riSuitut Istob presented W the ewjiftwj i ZusCkkaXo i4bui j i ror0 t a a L II HAD MARRIED A WIFE Bat the Afc enJMlnile izoferor- Forgot AU AeaFUatJtee- ddlag Dinner Prof Hopkins was for spmo years ono of the leading lights In a New England town and the people who formerly as sociated with him and knew him in hit daily walk and conversation unite In saying that a better neighbor an abler scholar and a more publicspirited pa triotic and intelligent citizen never lived At the same time they freely ad mit that he was a trifle absentminded On the day when the professor was to be married winch important step was not taken until he had reached middle age it was noticed that lIe was even more abstracted and absentmind cd than usual Apparently his mind was occupied with some particularly abstruse and intricate problem to the exclusion of everything else and it required all the finesse and watchful tact and diplomacy of his friends to keep him up to his part and pilot him safely through the ceremony When it was ended he took a seat at the table with his newmade bride and the wedding guestsnnd still engrossed With hits problem partook of the wed ding banquet in preoccupied silence at its conclusion when the carriage which was to convey the bridal couple to the train was announced the pro fessor suddenly recalled that he hind planned going on a trip of some sort on that day until springing to his feet he began shaking hands and bidding the guests a hurried boodby When he reached the bride on his rounds he cordially grasped her hand his mind still intent on that problem and said Well goodby Miss Johnson I hope I shall see you often upon my return 1wIY really I stammered the embarrassed bride and then one of her friends came to the rescue and saidWhy professor have you forgotten that you have just been married This lady Is Mrs Hopkins now you know Oh is sheV exclaimed theprofessor with his mental machinery still peg glng away at the same old problem Happy to make your acquaintance Mrs Hopkins very happy Indeed I shall have to say goodby but I trust I shall have the pleasure of meeting you again Dropping her hand the absentmind ed professor was turning away when the quickwitted bride caught him by the coatslcevc and blushingly whis peredWhy Henry arent you going to take me with you lUcas you of course I am ex claimed the professor suddenly wale ing up to n realization of the fact that the lady by iris side was henceforth n part of himself Got to have you along to do my remembering for me Jtmt take my arm Mrs IL and we will get started at once on our wedding journey while tire matter is fresh in mind And dearest if I do accident ally lose track of you during the trip or at ninny time hereafter I must plead as my excuse the old proverb which truthfully remarks that our greatest blessings are the ones we are most apt to forget Albany Argus CHILDRENS MISTAKES Odd ltrtllr of Plliilln tn Unrrttonul Iv Srh1 liseciuri III lug Uh SII Mr G Stanley Kills in Cross Ques tions antI Pointed Aiiswergivessome amusing mlstaks of school children In iiuiny schools which tire well tuught and equipped children mali mistakes Mr mils Rays which sire most nb surd until thought out when they often Hlioxv a reasoning rower fargreat fr than night have been expected For Instance in the course of rending the word martyr was met What is a martyr asked the Inspector A wa ter cart A water cart Yes sir The inspector was puzzled But he afterward remembered tnt he was in the parish of St George the Martyr This parish does Its own contracting and the boy hind seen St George the Martyr painted on the water carts More simple wins tIre reply to the same question Them red things wot they sells on barrels mrlMr Kills points out some times mix their religion with their cooking lessons A diocesan inspector who asked Why lid Elijah pour wa ter on tine sacriticeV was answered To make the gravy sir The early Roman Christians were said to hoe fre quented the Capsicums ant famous lore picture was described ns Christ Leaving the Petroleum In Croydon a board inspector was trying to elicit the name of tire weapon with which Samson killed the Philistines The children were dense What is this1 he suggested laying his hand on his cheek They caught on in a moment The jawbone of an asssir Some ludicrous answers result from dialect A boy in the west was read- Ing Her mate sat nezide her on zang n zweet zong Now what is the sub ect of the sentence Zidert zir The Battle of Blenheim the read ing led to the line The plowshare turns them out Turns what out The skulls zir What are skulls Bones of tire ed without the mate on n zir Apropos of thccuckoo Whet do you know about tine cuckoo Please sir it doesnt lay its own eggs slrCornbill Magazine Srnllopeil Cod Take any cold remains of cod break he flesh into little pieces entirely free it from skin and bone Season with pepper and salt and mix lightly In a teaspoonful of chopped parsley and a few drops of essence of anchovy Mois ten with a little melted butter flutter half a dozen scallop shells and cover them with finelygrated bread crumbs portionsupon tire bread crumbs cover again with bread crumbs and put little bits of butter here and there over the whole Bake In a quick oven foraquarter of aa houror more till the fish is hot and the crumbs brown Lay the shells on a hot dish covered with a napkin and garnish with parsley Boston Globe Smooth Forehead Are Knre A pretty forehead Is ii possession to value as much of the Character of the Lace depends upon it Any forehead IrregularHiesshould be token in youth to avoid the straight lines on the forehead which ire brought on by elevating the eye brows Look at the nniddhe aged faces prevalenceples In nine cases out of ten the re mainder of the fnce will be smooth and youthful but those lines tell the tale of age Boston Globe PotAtO Stuffed with FIrk Jargabakelpotfrtoes ly whole mash thoroughly ant beat In some hot milk mix Tltlv an equal amount of baked or boiled fish minced fine odd a small pinch of pepper and half teaspoonfulof salt bent well lo g ther and return to the potato shell Heat them very hot in the oven This makes is good breakfast relish mlle flsh cOd or hollbul maybe tied Housewife New Way to ser 5trwrrerOn Je juice over strawberries of fers a variety in their service Tho berries should b erlltlIllgnrII- nd tine Juice 6Cs 4e prniigcs They ahouhlb hillec IntJtcr frigolQf r fur beforrvgnIC9sagCitytu M47ifi iIfJ 2 I f it i HdUSEWOLDWINTS Some votes leIatom 1m lIaRdtotJ1 wife of ToDay Saturate a piece of flannel with paraffin rub it lightly over picture frames mirrors mantels etc nnd let it dry This will effectually prevent fly speek8ns flies will notgo near paraffin Bachelor girls cramped for room can cover drygoods boxes with pretty crefonne use them for window seats and also for holding their shirt waists The boxes may be lined with bright shades of sateen Preserve jars and bottles may be kept clean from one season to another with proper care and attention Rinse them with a solution of soda in hot water followed bcold water In cases where the contents have left a strong or unpleasant smell cleanse with lukewarmAvater in which a quail tity of mustard has been stirred To get rid of fatty or clinging sedi ments fill the vessels with small pieces of good thick blotting paper add hot water and shake well two or three times n day Repeat with fresh paper till the vessels are clean Then fill nil the jars etc about threefourths full with a solution hypermanganate of potash which will be of the right strength as soon as the mixture is of a dull pink Let this stand in them for a couple of hours then rinse them till thoroughly in cold water stand them upside down to drain off all the mois ture then put them in the open air mouth upward to dry Of course they must be rinsed again before using the next season The profession of closing and open ing houses has been recommended all a good business for a capable trusty woman She could take entire charge ofcovering furniture putting away bricabrac screening pictures looking after the cellar the water gas the keys etc Then In September she could open the house again and have nil tImings in comfort and readiness for the returning vacationers In one instance n gas burner had been left on at full head through tine euchre summerno doubt by some maiden anxious as to her crimps and the resulting gas bill would have paid tine salary of a mouse closer several times over Housewife FASHIONS FANCIES reify KvenlnK Gown for Summer large list fur aililsunmirr Wear Kmbroidcred muslins well covered with Incrustations of applique lace are one of the most fashionable materials for thin gowns Made over mauve blue or pink taffeta with a tuckuf black in the finish they are charming Pretty evening gowns for summer are made of India mull elaborately trimmed with yellow Valenciennes liner They are made over white silk and finished with yellow satin ribbon bows Very small gold buttons adorn tine bodices of net lace and crepe de chine gownsLarge hnts which are something be tween tine oldfashioned picture hats mill tine poke shapes are tine coming style for midsummer wear and the novelty in trimming is iovering the In side of the brim with flowers The ugly fashion of veiling the how era on our hats with nmiisselineor tulle has reappeared ngaiju See that your hat matclii yotirco tume if you wtint theviry latest touch of fashion Straw designs wrought out on silver and gold cloth net anil chiffon inser tions figure largely among the millinery muttrials A uiw mind very stylish comW nation is a liolluxl ifilorrd straw trimmed with black velvet nnd white chiffon and this sort of lint is especial ly good style for umrning wear For evening dress yniirg girls gowns are made of tullr triiiunnl vith rose petals or greets leaves the former on pUnk tulle over pnik silk being especial ly attractive X Y Sun THE SUCCESSFUL HOUSEWIFE She Is tlii Oni Vh II SMM llnal- ne Turt Mini Kiniivx hunt to lconomlx The successful housewife must have some little artistic instinct in her na trite that she may effect usually out of simple und inexpensive material of a harmony of color a pleasing arrange meat of line and form that sinaI make her home grateful to tIne eye ninth in viting to tire soul StiH niUHt also be tine shrewd and careful businesswom an for she must spend such n share of tine family itcoyie nn Is projiortloned to her so ns to get the greatest possible return for it in health and happiness for her family His Impossible for me here to go into any detailed discus sion of tine expenditure of money But I would like to set before till mouse wives n little maxim ns to wiving1 which has been of great service to me Said n wise old lady to me once when I de fended some foolish piece of economy of my own as necessary Jty tear never save out ofyotir own skin This is time mistake whlirh many a woman makes to find out too hite tine nature punishes no suns so severely im those of ignorance When tine need for econ omy comes her Jirat thought is to make up the deficiency out of her own skin She lets one of her in aids and fills in tIne gaps herself or sine does more of tine sewing instead of cut ting down tIme number of fresh frocks for herself and her daughters to nbso lute necessities Laities Homo Jour mud Infiixc the til en Comfort is an ideal element neatness js another lieauty of dress antI house hold ornament these sire Ideal ele merits Tine laws of health are as ideal as they are practical We have seen la dicsgowns that were poems much more unmistakably than any Jhey could write anti not much inferior to sonic that have deservedly nn honored place The practical can be made ideal by the Infusion of Ideal elements inta all the arrangements of mouse and home It is easier to do this when you have plenty of money but there are those that dolt without much When DuMaurterwos girding at tine aesthetic craze he rep resented tine typical victim of it sitting at n table with n lily in a vase before him and protesting that be could dine eyesthercointwo dlghcs might be profitably ex changed for n few flowers Hyou have two loaves of bread said Mahomet exchange one of them for daffodils for while bread strengthencth the body to look ripen the daffodil re joiceth the heart Christian Kegister ncwtlclted Senl Have the butcher chop together three pounds of leant veal and half a pound of salt pork Add n tublespoonful of minced onion half a nutmeggrated little red pepper salt depending upon the saltncKS of the pork three rggs well beaten and n small Icacupful of milk Pack into a buttered bread tin cover with cracker dust and bnku two bour2 and n half basting occasipnally with a mixture ofhot water and neltcl but jet Cool in thivpan in which it its baked and cut in thin slices Gfjoil House keeping r Icei C csPut two liyaplng tcaspoppfuls of co con into a double boJlc adifjgradunlly 9 pint ofwater Cpolc about live minutes beatVthqroughltV acid halt a pint of cream a minute with an egg beater anil Haivd asfuie to cool WlieH cool fll aj5s3 ouetMrd tint of finelychpjped see u4 a litfl pulverized suir pour In t4joai top it with a tcnspoifTdt w4eranti 0 a AS JOSnC BULL SEES HIMSELF Sawethlne of Ilia Cooking and HU AHiH eiients The Dinner of Two Nations Every nation has the government and the cooking which it deserves Thus the French are the worst governed and the best fed people in Europe for the reason hat the majority of Frenchmen are perfectly indifferent to politics and keenly Interested in food The Eng lish are the worst fed and the best gov erned people in the world because with few exceptions they care a great deal more about the programme of the sT eminent than the menu of the cook In the VI ux Marcheur there is a scene in the cabinet of a Parisian restaurant which illustrates the anxious delibera tion with which a French party debate their bill of fare What are you going to give us Adrien asks the host JVi pense a diffcrentes choses replies the waiter Fancy asking an English waiter what he was going to give you for luncheon and his answering I have been thinking of several things Adrieh theo proposes a potage Jeanne VArf whereupon a young gentleman ks indignantly De la soupe n dejeuner Adriens rebuke is mag nificent Non monsieur pas de la soupe du potage Ccst la sidle cede et jy suis fidele Ihommt ne se main ticnt que par lea potages Le grand Caicme qui a cent un tres beau Hvre sur lea potages lea appelle lea Portiques du Temple French women do quite as much as French men to keep up the standard of cookery and English women are quite as much to blame as English men for the absence of any standard in this country Ask any lady of your ac quaintance what she thinks of a certain restaurant and she will say Such a lovely room I like those dark red hangings by Waring so much But the dinner my dear lady what about the dinner Oh the dinner I dont think I remember much about that This fatal indifference filters down from the table through the service to the kitchen The experiment Ix con stantly tried of getting overcelebra ted chefs from Paris and those who know these artists on their native heath are at a loss to account for their cold and careless performances in Lou don Tire reasons are not far to seek Tine foreign chef is badly served in tIre kitchen and in the diningroom This distresses him nt first until he learns that his patrons are too busy admiring the furnituretind one another to know whether his dinner is hot or cold For tire truth Is that so long as the up holstery is magnificent and the corn pany numerous and smart English peo pIe are quite happy Given alabaster pillars saddlebag settees plenty of electric light and the restaurant or hotel is voted charming The garbage which we placidly swallow at our very expensive hotels and on board our crack steamers is horrible to think of Nor arc our clubs much better In 1836 Abraham Hayward wrote The best judges are agreed that it is utterly Im possible to dine better than at the Carl ton Would the members of that In stitution indorse tins statement now In private houses there is the same indifference above stairs the same carelessness below Even among the upper class where money Is no object the contrast is too painful between the splendor of the table arid the common place illdressed fare With the excep tion of one or two of our great nobles who entertain royally the best cooking is to be found as might be expected in the houses of the cosmopolitan finan ciers In the tipper middle class the difficult of obtaining a decent cook is notorious because the working English woman regards a serious interest in tin preparation of food as derogatory To produce a good dinner at eight oclock the cook should begin thinking of dif ferent things like Adrien at an early period of the afternoon whereas she never dreams of beginning her duty until about an hour and a half before the time After nil why should she bother if master and mistress don I mind Below the upper middle class cooking anti dining disappear and you get boiling baking and feeding Things will never mend until tire majority eec ognize that good cooking is nn impor taut factor in happiness and insist upon getting it Nothing is so difficult as to force a taste upon n people but we really think thiit n resolute effort migth be made by English travelers to raise the culinary standard in their owi I hotels which in this respect are simply scandalous Verily we are n great and good nation but at the bare imagina tion of our national cookery the atom ach weeps London Saturday Review THE SPANISH GARROTE Relic of Modern lnr barliin Un earthed front an Old Havana Irlnon Among the many relics of the Spanish war taken to the governors palace for cataloguing none Is attracting more at tention in Havana just now than the old official garrote The machine has been in active service tor more thin a centu ry the last executioner an aged negro convict having presided at 70 cere monies The garrote itself is a shabby enough old trap consisting mainly of rusty iron and nn unplanned board or two Time dons are awfully punctilious in regard to form but scandalously careless of appearance A judge who might move seven kinds of fits if he should omit one syllable ol the interminably long harangue de livered at the scene of the judicial mum der would calmly officiate at tine same in a condition which to the untrained olfactories of the ignorant Yankees might savor of tine humble animal the dons have dclarcd we resemble Thus it is that tire garrote is simple to excess It is about ten feet high all told The platform which is four feet from the ground is some six feet square At tached to the iron column which runs through and supports this is nn iron chair Two feet above this is the fatal screw The culprit 2 is seated itt this chair with his hands and feet firmly tied and his eyes blindfolded At the proper moment a twirl is given the screw which penetrates his neck and breaks his spinal column The operation may cr may not be very pair ful If it were not for the peculiarly fiendish manner in which the affairs were conducted there is reason to be lieve that the garrote is less inhuman than either tire rope or the chair It is the Spanish who have thrown the method into odium Cincinnati En quirer Cannn Culture It will be noticed that during very rainy summer the cannaa will make a very heavy growth This indicates that usually they do not receive enough va 1er Tint soil must be very rich in of der to get the best possible results and must be loose and sandy They shout TC planted in a partially shaded loca parchaVonans A ThouKhtfnl Sweetheart Dear Mary wrote John from Cuts to his sweetheart at Vassar it rains here most nil the time You never sawf gucha baj spell of wetther Dear foh1 wrote Mary in reply I cldntrfcnow before just what you aieedcd ii inclose a spelling book Judge Ncr Way- ieks43iCsypur wife ever asJcyoK for WieksNVe7 She nirstbe awonder Bat siequently teljs m to firher some vltosto Transcript rh4iename PpeIrA boy tHi fvtsM to practk a k Chic vybejfi tie wait rntrdImsa Mi etnpko 4 i tet SUGGISTIOliS EOR MOTHERS Sone a uggeitiOns Which Majr Com 5HnndytI lIme A bureau scarf of cut work in French lawn would be pretty for your little daughters room Make nn undercover f Persian lawn to fit the bureau a thndtidy in the same work and make it up taaAsmal music box that will give much pleasure to children may be obtained lor about Ii Different tune beets may be Inserted in It The mechanical Swiss music boxes playing three or four tunes cost from 2JO to 5450 Dress Clothes for Boys Little boys from four to ten years old wear evening suits of blue tricot cloth handsomely braided or blue granite cloth made with jackets with rounded corners Dress suits for older boys are made of black or blue diagonal with the edges either stitched or bound Tine unfin shed worsted diagonal is particularly nice Thin Children A child may be well nourished and in perfect health wiili out being fat If the body is supplied with more food than It needs and can utilize at the moment the excess is stored Usually in the shape of fat There may be no surplus and yet tIne necessary wants of tine body be fully tact Firm welldeveloped muscle is better than fat Cradle Pillows Cojrer the pillow with a sup of pink or blue sateen and put n nainsook slip over this Two ob long pillows arc 13 by 17 inches the square ones 18 Inches each way Hair are usually oblong and are cool 2cia thin feather pillow is better than n down one In warm weather Aprons for girls of 14 are made of fine cambric French lawn and nain sook they have broad strings of the material to tie behind They are orna mnc ted with clusters of tucks or a band of Insertion across the front above the hem meeting two other bands that run down tine skIes or laceedged ruffles or deep bands of handsome embroidery either plan or frilled TIne second set of teeth begin to make their appearance when the child is Irons five and n half to seven years old The first to come through the gum are the four molars beyond the last back teeth of the temporary or first set The di gestion Is often weakened ami time gen cent health affected at this time and parents are sometimes nt a loss to ac count for the cause of the disturbance Ladles Home Journal SUMMER PORCH LIFB Iluppr the Family with an Outdoor Room In Which to Spendlthe Hot Dnr is the household that has a hporchcape affairs like an iron bird cage or an ample livingroom with posts and vines or screens We need to cultivate hide pendence about this porch life as well ns growing vines to shield our privacy especially as most persons lack the high walls which make the garden secure from noise and publicity Awnings and Japanese screens are not expensive in the absence of the trellis which like the lattice of the orient allows one to see out but prevents the world Iron looking in It takes several years to grow honey suckle wisteria and Ivy but a rapidly growing vine such ns Madelit moor flower cobea scandens the new climb hug hydrangea or the oldfashioned morning glory which comes now in great splendor will cover the wires In a month or so The floor should be covered with mat ting rag carpet or rugs Denim cut to fit and hemmed all around is cozy and clean Straw seats or cushions car be bought for a few cents each and pil lows can be stuffed with excelsior and covered with chintz or plaid gingham which sells for about five cents a yard A table for books and refreshments costs 50 cents and can be painted to match the wicker or splint chairs which have cushions of denim tied on to match A homemade settee a hammock swung across the corner a hanging shelf for books and fancy work and of course flower boxes to hem it all in make a happy little world open to friends but shut to foes Lemonade raspberry vinegar or any cold drink can be offered along with crackers cake sandwiches or any dainty light dessert Breakfast taken on tIre porch wilt have a new flavor A summer on the porch provided It Is properly fur nished is not to be despised N Y Herald lion Petticoat Should De Made The petticoats should be made to clear the ground It is a mistake to have it too long If the skirt of the gown does not stand out well it is best to have ruffles of silk put on the lining or underneath the skirt rather than to have the petticoat so long that it drags on the ground If flannel petticoats are worn they should be made of the very thinnest quality like the alba tross flannel and on exactly the same lines as the silk petticoat If the flannel petticoat is not worn and the short white skirts are used instead they too must be cut on the same lines The trouble with most of the ready made short white pettIcoats is that they are on a yoke and the fulness below the hlptOflook Intq all these littledet ihs of dress but once down and the underclothing put in good order the new gown will look 20 per cent better than if it is worn over illfitting and oldfashioned lingerie Harpers Bazar Cranberrle for Grip The recent talk In the public prints upon the value of cranberries as a prophylactic in grip has in it undoubt edly an element of truth The vege table acid of the berry is an excellent alterative to the system and materially assists in the preventing of any clog ging of the alimentary canal This in itself is an excellent ally Lemons used rather freely will be found to be equally serviceable A physician recommends as a very good tonic a glass of hot lemonade not too sweet taken just be fore going to bed It is not necessary that this should have any alcoholic ad ditlon indeed its medicinal effect is better without It The same practi tioner recommends the free use of sub acid fruits during a fever epidemic A box of oranges In a typhoid season will often save n doctors blllNY Post Ginger Cream Cut four ounces of preserved ginger into thin slices put the yolks of three eggs into a saucepan with onehalf pint of ESllk and two tablespoons of the sirup Let it boil gently stirring all the time till the cream is smooth and thick Strain it Into a basin and add threequarters plat of cream and three quarters OUHCC of gelatine dissolved in a little Tnilk Whisk it till it thickens pour it into a damp mold asia put It in TngredientsFoter yolks of tfo eggs two tablespoons of the eJrup onehalf pint of milk three threequaxtees The Teetk Te reason oM peoples teeth drop owt l5 not because of their years but becaitse oj a crusty sabetance that frxw eel the innerMeoftinizteeth To jpHrreiii thin one bo M T1eLtta dentist at itMt oee in tAx motsticr Detroit ye SbpkeMs Pt in sieaati 1ycn hat pW dl h- c ib fo ilone ai pot 1ce- strIDt p iayirof potato A4d rd 5tOriI StUek trao4t has for M bir CiMi MriLi Xi tLLgDHIMINA BARREL inlshmcnPrlntlounced VoreT5agL- ymncizIflg by One Who Sot fereil II Theres something barbaric about ly sa agreeide worseingsin a barrel and tine other is a coat of r and feathers In my foolish young days I arrived at a town in southern In diana to find the people excited over Beverararrests for robbery A family named Black consisting of man and wife and a grownup son had been caught and made to confess to nancy thefts Instead of putting them o u t p aplyof town I had no objections so fur as the men were concerned hint vhen it came to the woman I oiiMitut myself her champion and declared that they must walk over my dead lsxly first For about five minutes I wns a mere Then about a dozen men grabbcii me- nda hustled me into a room mind after the Blacks had been dispatched of ac cording tojprogramme I was brought out for punishment Plenty of tar and feathers were left but the crowd ivmit ed a change and it was decided that I should have the barrel exercise Ihcy got out and unheaded big cider hat rel dropped me into it and replaced the head and then all was i adv I was inclinedto look upon the pro ceedings with contempt I hat HCMT been rolled in a barrel and so I hi- oldean of the sensations Tlny rt kicked it along the wide unpaved t cud it had not rolled over more tin0 times when I was sick of niv After they hind enjoyed themsel a quarter of an hour I was for lentil to hurry up I dimly rein m berthat after they got tired of t hi fitball work in the street they roiled the barrel up a long mill and then let it kiting down You talk of seasickness but there is no comparison ASHC from the feeling of nausea I was jnrrcd jolted and bruised from head to heel and in one of tIne bumps had my nose broken I was unconscious when they finally took me out timid for a wr k I was little better than a dead man was weeks and weeks before I got the revolving motion out of my head nail could walk straight annul to this dv cant see a grindstone revolving with out being affected by it It would have been far more merciful to hang me uji by the neck But about tire tar and feathers was asked Well I met the old man Black alumt two years later and he stilt smelled of the tar He told me that it took weeks trork with soap rind water to p t he stuff started and that spots vrrp eft which couldnt be got off eii when rubbed irilh a brick He shirt feel the degradation to much hint t urt his feelings was that he mail bligedo to put in more work on that tar than in nil Iris life before He had truth the barrel racket once arid lie thought it a shade worse than tar but lie usc m words of sympathy with tn On the contrary he tumid if I hadnt mixed in the three of them would probably tiui got off with a ride on a railCkisa n Inter Ocean STRAWS OF FASHION Indlrntlnc the PremlUmr Wind at- Cuntoro Xote on Ladle Costume Baby ribbon In blacks ml white imrl edges the ruffles on a white organdi gownFlowered linen lawn gowns trimmed with wide bands of blue veiling Hum with silk and matching the color in tin flowers anti edged with black silk braid are the extreme of fashion in the uu- eof combination and novelty Golf jackets are made of bright green cloth with revers collar and culTs of redA lace bodice over white silk ansi striped diagonally front and back willi tucked bands of black taffeta silk woni with a cream cloth skirt Tine bands meet in a point in the middle of the back Book muslin organdie and point dcsprit are the popular materials lot graduation gowns Sailor hats made of fancy braid ansi finished with a band of brown or bint velvet are very stylish Alpine hats of coarse straw with soft twist of polka dotted silk gauze or tat feta silk around the crown and some stilt white quills at the side are worn with pique skirts Black Chantilly in applique designs decorates some of tire white organdie gowns exquisitely Dainty lawn waists in pale blue arid pink have a white gimp of tucked lawn and lace insertion which also forms the top of the sleeve White pique yachting suits with red collar and cults are very effective Oldfashioned tatting in coming in again to be used as an edge for silk plaitings on tine muchtrimmed gown Pale blue velvet baby ribbon gath ered on one edge and sewn in rovs around a white chiffon collar mind the upper portion of the chiffon vest is a very dainty bit of color in tIne bodke of a black and white foulard Of course the rows are fully a third of an inch apart which gives a pretty effect Tine prettiest toques are built of folds of tulle with one single ostrich feather at the side Chicago Chronicle Sponge hell Take one breakfastcupful of flour the same nearly full of pounded sugar a teaspoonful of soda and the same of cream of tartar or tartaric acid Mix well together then bent the whites ot two eggs and the yolks of three with half a pint of milk Add this to the flour etc anti beat again Pour this latter into a buttered tin and bake for about a quarter of an hour in a mod erately quick oven When nearly cold spread a layer of raspberry jam on the cake and roll Ingredients One break fastcupful ot flour threequarters of a breakfastcupful of pounded sugar a teaspoonful of soda a teaspoonful of cream of tartar the whites of two eggs cud yolks of three and half a pint til milk rhiladeiphiaPressHome Home influence is the most impor tant factor in the education of a child The constant imperceptible pressure exerted by the ways in which tine events of the daily life are met molds him as nothing else can do According to the standard that he finds prevailing in his home will be his standard of right and wrong as he grows older It has been well said that Every home te a mint for the coining of character and character affects our destinies bbthhereand hereafter Ladies Home Journal Potting Meat TonKne unit chicken Any leftover pieces of cold meat may be chopped very fine rubbed to a paste either with the back of a spoon in a bowl or in an ordinary mortar adding to each half pint an eighth of a tea spootfTul of powdered mice and two ounces of melted butter Season light ly with salt and pack into a cupor tumbler Pour over n little melted suet and stand aside This will keep for a week or tei days Tongue chicken and baked liver are among the best meats for potting Ladies Home Jour anal Tat Jell Two cupfuls of tomatoes one slice of onioH one bay leaf three cloves one halt teaspoonful of thyme cooked to gether Until soft then add onehalf box ot gelatin that has been soaked and stir until the gejatln Is dissolved then strain and four it into a border or ring shaped mold jot Serve with the cen ter of tine Jelyrlnkiled with celery cut inlo pleewi omliRixed with mzuyon te Ctikh jtk crisp lettuce I 31- a prrrTr qp 1F1 TilE BOYS DESIRE L for stylish shoes hoiild ho gratified wlien style strength and durability cnn bo found combined In footwear A buy will take more care of handsome 4811oc8wear will plonso the boy and satisfy 3 the parent Each pair is made of par V 4tirularlyb and we arc offering thorn at astonish ingly low prices 4 4 y out in IntliinzLaat Stouflers new n next to tf Fr tuft fre lagoIIlilv n I A2 Exquisite Shoe t Patent Kid Vamp Cloth Top with Silkworked Eyelets Price 250 t Pt t3hTq i t8S1 arVE 58s tq ++ ++ + ++ ++++++ H+ laT 5so1 6oth RIOE AR TOT ilDSuccessors WALLACE RICE fi BEATfU IIV Our Groat OneFourth Off Clear ing Sale is now going 0112 Vmlmes not Considered i4 Eveiyt1iiii has had the bottom OddriPants Underwear Shirts S Hosiery Shoes Hats in H yfaCt everything in the house has been reduced t- oOneFourth p Off 2 G lIoney ut Jyou Ipckets to give u II lOok II you care top make mOIley Oil your purchases conic arnisee us IOur an U1ot- cL I STUENG The Clothier The Sheer The Hatter TILe Furnisher 4Veare dosing all our goods Vii Main street door Farmers National liink disobedlemre lIIal1 boy t 4 t tc 5noe II have used Chamberlains Cough In my family for years and al wayw with good results says Mr W Cooper of HI Rio Cal For small children we find it especially oirec the For sale by Perry k Thomas druggists july5lm The misery of poverty is nothing company with time misery of envy itaI ItIlr- JI RIVST Y UR EYE Q I l- lI Andour stock of Hardware Farming ImpleI 1 melits Stoves and Tinware you are alive to the necessity of saving dollars where you 6 6 have been saving cents Buying as we do jl in large quantities for ready cash we ob- tain6 from manufacturers that enable us to Iiisell at exceptionally Low PRICES pS- OTIlemeiulwr8 that oven the little items for household or H ise such as Tacks Screws Nail etc a conoid fcjinC SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL m Seo UII nhiI fetprll s on roofing and guttering f3 tilw D BUCKLBV Tinnor TAYLOR BROS u ivs Sir vs atoorV o art- 8 must B S tto D 8IlTtc t 4 + + + + + + ++ + ++ +++ + + + + + + + to if The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 26 1899 Fair next wcCkIDr llobson Dentist fho Uerea public school began on Monthly See interesting notice Danville Fair in our supplement Have you been in Stouffers new store on Main street 1 tf Head premium list of Kichinondl Fair iu our supplement Stouffer haa moved to Main street next to John G Taylors tf No compliinentnrlcH to the fair to any body whomsoever this year Estill Springs are again attracting the attention of Kichmond people cityatGet ready for the Fair Head the big premium list in our supplement Eo L Iladen has put in a soda fountain in his store at Valley View Will Fife was arrested Sunday and lodged in jail on the charge of hog stealing Mr Silas Taylor and family of Fayette have moved to a residence on North street Stouffer t9ok more than 100 meals pantsNewA beautiful Chickering piano made froniGEd Masters the old fisherman of Valley View brought a 35pound cat fish to town Wednesday Nice dinners and lunches at Todds vacant store served by ladies of Catho lie church luring the Fair ZARINGWants to buy Julyl2tf The open air concerts by the band on Friday nights are looked forward to and enjoyed by time public Estill county teachers institute meets August 7 for one week Prof Shipp of Somerset director Stouffer has taken more measures for suits to order this spring than all the rest combined New store Main St L- IThe Richmond Fair will very prop erly patronize the liichmoiid Band Now let us all patronize the Fair John Gibsons great mare Maude Emperor won second money ill the 1000 consolation purse at Detroit givo you more flour ZAflIMtIWill of a belter quality for ullYllneJutY12tf Time report is untrue that Richmond will have no Fair On tho contrary she will have ono of the greatest in time South The Uanvillo Fair August 30 31 September L will be one of the best in tho State Write Secretary Brightfor catalogue Prof David A Clienault of Lexington hUll ben appointed Manager of the Mutual Life Insurance Co of Kentucky Mr Arthur Todd has a position with Mr W S Oldham the popuhir furniture denier ioruer Irvine and Second streets FoUND In this city a Knight Tern plar insignia Owner win have same by calling at State Hank Trust Co and paying for this notice July2Gtf FOR SALEA iiiin lot ot thorough bred Pcland China male and female slioata for sale cheap Apply to- G J WHITE Sox Heavy rainfall Monday caused Imall trestle on the new road usr Valley View to drop out of iliac delaying trains several hours Despite the rainy weather the band concert in front of the court house yard Friday night was a great sUccess Prof Mitchell Is a second Liberal 300 sample summer coats and veatH just opened in all the latest and ueat styles at less than manufacturers cost 10 be closed out StoutferH new oppositeMadison The band stand over the pavement In front of the court house is plenty high enough for pedestrians to pass be neath it It is a dandy place for open air concerts as well as a public speaking rostrum The Street Fair is free to all and will embrace everything and a few others seen at the regular fails Come in and bring your uncles sweethearts cousins and aunts Free turnpikes and dinners cheap if you dont fetch your lunch along Dont Blow In All your money Save some of it to 800 tho Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12 This Means You Bring your sisters cousins and aunts to the Midway at the Lexington Horse Show lair and Carnival August 8 to 12 A Treat This Six Httld boys couiposing tho Georgt towu uvouilo Orchestra will give an entertainment the Masonic JJuilding AuggtUatcIItj during tho lair For usntfltf Cliriotltiu Endeavor So cht1r Stoufler sells moro clothing for clothierNewFor Rent Six rooms over Higgins Ellis gro eery store for lent for offices or resident Apply to J T McClintovk Richmond Kentucky je28tf Confederate Association Time Confederate Veterans Associa tion of Kentucky has decided on May 1017 and 18 of next year as the dalfN for time national reunion at Louisville anti is actively making preparations High Priced Farm Hun A B Montgomery of Eliza betiutown oxCongressman from the Fourth Congressional district has bought time famous Camp Dick Robin son farm near Danville for 21000 Sirajed From my piemises on North street two lightcoloied sandy barrows weight about 160 jwunils each Any information that will lead to their recovery will be liberally rewarded J C CHENAULT Everyone Gals a Prize Free During the street fair lucre next week for those who do not care for the horses there will be fine music balloon ascen sions flying dutchmen mId all time other innocent amusements usually found upon time rlJhtsort of fairgrounds Increased School Per Capita Superintendent of Public Instruction Davidson has fixed the per capita for the year ending June 80 1900 at 270 as against 5230 last year This is next to the highest mark yet reached which was f285 as fixed by Supt Ed Porter Thompson Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports about 400 cattle on the market One lot good steers height 975 brought 4c light steers and heifers 3 to 3c about 1000 fair ewes sold at prices ranging from 325 to 3 76 A good many cat tie left over unsold According to Whose Ox is Gored The half dozen Democrats who are not supporting the State ticket find themselves in the same boat that car ned the handful of Palmerand Buck tier adherents There is no more rea son for the bolt now than there wap thienB J Newlon in Owenton Her ald Rattlesnake Bells For Ladles Mr Sharp Holmes an enterprising young printer and adventurer killed a fivefoot rattlesnake at Mallory Springs this county three weeks ago cooked and ate part of his snnkeship and tan ned its hide and made several belts which he designed to present to some lady friends Mr Holmes is a rat tier ae everybody will now admit Dinners During The Fair The ladies of the Catholic church will furnish dinners during the Fair III the Schlegel building formerly occupied by Louis Todd A good dinner can bv hud for the small swim of twentyfive cents Lunch and refreshments will also be served nt Hipular prices during mornings saul evening Dont forget the place Bring your appetites jmily2fi2tAnother Pastor Resigns Rev P F Adams on Sunday resigned his pastorate of time Predestination Baptist church this city One week be fore Revs Owens cmiii Edwards resigned their charge of Baptist churches No successors have been chosen The Baptist church this city is undergoing repairs to the cupola and roof and already presents a helter appearance owing to a new coat of paint Mr Parrish Announces for Jailer Time formal announcement of Mr Peter G Parrish for jailer of Madison county appears in this issue of the CLIMAX Mr Parri h presents his claims to the Uumixratic voters of Mad ison with the understanding that if nominated he wil not ask for time second term His Democracy iu un questioned having always stood by the principles of that party and if elected will guard tlie duties instructed to lila care Band Concert Richmond Sliver Band will give their concert on Saturday night instead of Friday this week this being due to an engagement with Nicholnbville Street Fair The following pregrarnwjll be rendered Philo Senate March R B nan 2 Lilt and Lou Schotticlieit B nan 3 Zend Waltz Wittmark 4 Buncb of Favorites E Beyer 5 War Songs ot Boya In Blue Banard 8 EUie From Cluliie BotUger 7 Gay Old Boy Oyerture Dwitt 8 Yort PopbmR B Hall The Gentry Family Of the 10000 Gentrys in the United States about 500 of them will meet In reunion at Meramec Highlands St Louis August 1st It will be the second family reunion time first having been held last August at Crab Orchard Ky with about 20 In attendance Gen WH Gentry of Lexington is President of tho association and L A Bush of Winchester Is Stcretary Many prominent Kentucky Gentrys will be present at this meeting Among trollldistnut1isFrancltJ Mrt T AGitniutt ol this city belongs to the family her grandmother Groan of Richmond Ky having been a Gentry She will probably ftttemr the coming meeting antI frill 1m n hiind noincadillliuu lotliu imiiruia pf time cl iilLOatthluna1emnoniI + ON A FIRM BASIS t4 4 Reasons enough here why you should 44 wear stylish AJII 4SHOES4 t and no reason why you shouldnt Every pair of Shoes wo offer in MOilS 4Womans and Chlldrens are made ou rthe newest shaped lasts And every 4 shoe Is made by expert workmen from Aa4fine Calf anti Kid and finished in the + best manner And to make possession t1feasy we sell to fit all pocketbooks JQueen Crescent Route low rates to Frankfort leoples Party State Convention July 2729 lSt9 Tickets will be on sale from all points in Ken Lucky at low reduced mates for this oc casion Ask agents for full particular The granite column is no less strong because polished No JiripeJl PaInOr discomfort no Irritation of tilt in testines but gentle prompt tlicirniEh healthful cleansing when jou uice Hoods PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents The man who doesnt believo in signs is liable to get fresh paint on his clothes Philadelphia Record Hoarseness Leads On 10 serious Irritation of time throat anil may end ill a rucking rasping cough Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will quickly clear the throat and leave the voire clear and smooth It is an infallible remtnly for coughs and colds anti nil disorders of tIme throat and lungs G od Jruggists soil it 25c It Time Booues Creek iiaptist Associa hull will meet October 12 with Corinth church in Clark county Many Lives Are Saved by the timely use of Dr Bells Pine Tar HOIIPV When a coldIcreeps upon you or a cough racks your lungs no ienmedv is so prompt or effectual It All the exterior work on the now Lexington court house is linwlietl with time exception of the painting and scraping Bad Blood Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Uieatit StolriiUli Legs or Arms are ill curable by U II B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent tioies Blod situ Blum islioi Sciofula that resist other treat ments are quickly tired by It B B t Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples lied itchIng Ecztmin Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarih Rheumatism etc are all due to had blood and hence easily cured ny B II B Syphilitic Blout Poison literally driven from the system by II B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five mouths B B B dues not contain vegetable or mineral poison One lint He will test it in any case FormIc b drtiegists everywhere Large bottles SI six for So Send for a free sample bottle which will bo sent by return mall When you write describe symp toms anti personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood llama Co 138 Mitrhell street Atlanta Ga julySGlyr Prof J B Walton of Colorado lrlnciJlIIIofensuing year More Than TwoThirds the ailments of the human family can be traced ton disordered stomach Iigestos Dyspepsia Tablets cure them 25c a box It An Ohio expert hiss pronounced the oil in the Flemingsburg well to be of excellent quality Those who live on farms are liable to many acchledtal elite burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Hal hirds Snow Liniment is promptly ap plied Price 23 Dud title Ierry Thomas jyGIui Mike Connelly a Paris saloon keeper Was shut mind killed over a crap game y Forrest Lang grayhairshe three score and ten if there is still fire in hit eve firmness in his step command in his voice and wisdnm in his counsel lie commands hive and reverence Yet how few wear the mantle of ace with dignity Vim eyed querulous of speech halting in step childish in mind they lag superfluous on the stage JracrginK out the fag end of life in Minple existence Time lit jrrtofa healthy old age is a healthy middle age The man who takes CTIV of his stomach who keeps hw bud properly nourisheil will foil that the hotly does not fail him in old age Tin irremut value of Dr Pierces Oohleu Med ical Picovery lies in time pr t rvation of this wording power of time stomach mid other organs nf digestion and nutrition From this center distributed the nourishment of the whole body time salt for time blood this limo for tIme bones phosphates for the brain and nerves A sound stomachs means a sound man A man who keeps his stomach sound bv thtI1SJ of Golden Medical Discovery will wear the crown ot gray hairs as befits a monarch with dignity and else it- t is a good thing to be a man of one idea provided the idea is big enough Have Toy Been Coffing a day a week a month a year TV Bells Pine Tar Honey wilt cure that cough Thom ran no doubt ot it It lias cured many others equally se vote Druggists sell it 25c No cure no pay It Time just who goes through lire alone generally ha poor company Chicago Daily New P 1 i curesanrsand Eaamer Complaint Price 25 Cents Sold by Peny Thomas Successors to W White 01 Keeping at it is a mighty good sub slit nte for real gPlliIl8J A W Bul letin Persons troubled with diarrhoea will be interested ni the experience of Mr iV M Bush clerk of Hotel DnrramB Providence R I He says For soy lIlOn8tant18utrtrer this lintel About two yen ngrt n traveling salesman kindly gave me n ChillIpymptomnof the disease I would for lily myself against thin attack with a 11IIt1 iiti Fit euti I2tnryii hstizd- riaggietal hllqlm p L f SI1ZLIN HOT TfcHBnsyBee Cash Stores Great Clear= ance Sale n Boys Clothing Mothers to f 111 Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children lOc per pairI Children Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and II double seat all colors worth 75c per pair aro yours in this sale for 3JcIBoys 125 and 150 Knee Pant Suits in double breasted iand Reefer styles neat and ages to II 11 the price in this clearance sale only SOc TB B Mllt LEARAN E ALE f + Mens iMKl Cawhnere Suits well made in brown Mile Hcoch mixtures siZes worth i and H will CI be closed in this clearance sale at 2 IS Mens Fine Allwool Suits choice styles and qualities in single and double breasted sack anti frock styles 0litSS 12 take your choice and pick this sale at JSSMens Extra Finn Dress Suits rfnct tailored which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish CI lirnssers a T Yon can make your unrestrict ed select inn from several hundred of these fashion able tailormade garments worth from S14 to SId 0 they go in sale at 348 Fine double Gooils Former and85t per be in yard Not untouched reaching a a get and by I Great But Lot Too aunt Mills Camlet be these a of a CA Necessity law i law of blood must saul Hoods Snrsaparilla lotS it It takes than pus forgive a neighbor for succet ful Whites Vermifuge not elltctuidly nxpiflH worms in unJ equaled a Ionic a permanent and fuver iu children Price 20 cents und Thomas The rainbow of promise is born the rays ol rain of orrow r ems Burns Rheu matism and Sores Price cents Sold by Perry Thomas nucce to Pride tea aims ters make breadwinning Little Sniffle a stubborn cold or a nrpd cough be cured fur with Cells Pine Tar Honey This famous taken in time will progress ofCOnKl1l11pllo and the of to the k Druggists O UJ hy f 1 serviceable 3 + 4+ + + S to III p this a1 O A Inperfect digestion assimilation produce disordered conditions grow and am neglect IDIIP the ch and causes digestion Price 50c Thomas jyClm Time willing pay more it than for needs A Ililld KnjuVH Thin pleasant gentlo action anti Kooihing ulfcct of Syriipol Figswhen in mmevdof n laxative father or mother be bilious tho gratifying follow use Ill tlie best family and every family have a Manufactured by the California Co faults of a good inn n are more al than time vices of a thoroughly bud one- What unman ills are more annoying afllictions prevent exercises aro hail enough one r1misorablo Women amiinu its greatest Buick Ointment will tin cases Prico GOo in Iwiitle tubes Perry Thomas jyolni r j t e ii 5 1 j is wild with excitement at the ILOW PRICES for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their stock seasonable Spring and Summer Goods All our previous offers that have convulsed the people are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Prices that were crippled our former offers will be killed thisIgreat sale The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart Every dollars worth oft our choice stock of Dress Goods Wash Goods Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely No wonder disgruntled tion stands aghast The BARGAINS we sire out stand unequalled unmatched and fJ That Will Make Wild Buy Boys 2 00 and Knee Pant Suits go at S149 Our- S S3 10 antI 500 Knee Pant Suits go in this at S2G9 all styles Cream of the Stock o But Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth 300 and jt S400 disappear in this clearance sale at S1S Big H 8 SJ 10 Pant Suits choicest assortment of fancy antI worsted cheviots Scotches unfinished worsteds etc Take your pick 9andfit in this sale 498 CHANCES + +4t 44 ARB M HBY AVBR m M H lU1E Such Bargains as These in Shoes Ladled Dongola hoes worth 1125 co in this sate at 75c per pair Mens Sunday Shoes in lace and concresn worth SI50 will dished out to you at Site per Mens J175 fl shoes will be Mens dark Tan Black Vicl and real Russia leather ta anti shoes they go in this sale at srjl Such Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods 36Inch Serges Heniretta cheviot novelties fancy weaves in black double width goods worth 35c yard will slaughtered in this sale at 18c per yd Noth- Ing Organdies that were 25c and per yard are now in this sale Wash goods all kinds cut half into Mens Suspenders mo hair ends worth J5c per pair are in this sale wereLiMe per Jncquads Ioplins and many fancy weaves in all wool width Fine Dress price 75c yard will slaughtered this sale at 4fic per Nothing leserved Special Clearance Sale saving on Ladies Ueadymnde White Underwear Ladles Hendymade Dress Skirts Car Jrootostbarmi article in time entire lug store loft this Hale must bo far clean sweeping and great space cleaning wile for us Wo must have room for our fall stock and tIme only way we see to it is to actually give nway throw out several thousand dollars worth of the host goods we have to our customers smith let thutii profit our loss fail to attend this sale A of Mens Linen Pants Mens Blue Camlet Jeans Pants timt heat New York will closed at 39c per pair Bring along your HASH when you come fur bargains and time all refusal credit for this in H CLKARAXOE SALE to rrake room and got cash to fall goods with Very Respectfully pI W DoOLDHAM COMPANY F 1llrRICIIMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN knows no It Nature that the be kept pure U more grace many sess to liuing Cream only limit amid in curtain and cure fur chilln Perry juho liu of Jove on the O1fnt4tCUBAN OIL cures U Bniiws 25 ors W White and Fashion ao the who slavery or deep m good Dr remedy stop time tiring color health pulid che sell It It 7 mid of the HVHtem which confirmed hy HerbinH gives to tomi gool Perry world is generally to for what wants what it flavor if the costive or most results is that it is remedy known should bottle Fig Surup flue gorous among than piles The that active limIt that makes even is worse an martyrs Tablets eye Iilo cure most obstinate 75c I of in in 250 sale Boys will Boys and Long plain at Rare Patent Tip solid be pair ami 100 Allwool wide effects all and be reserved Bc 12c of tOe pair ont save buy Never Burn a Candle al Both Ends If yon do your light will soon be gone amid you in the dark Dont think you call goon drawing vitality from the blood lor nerves stomach brain anti muscles without uloiimgaiiiiue thing to replace it IIlIuI Sitrsapn ruIn gives nerve IIIIlItllInll digestive struiigth by enrichini and the blond Thus it imthieu people who mire overworked and tired It When yon do a good deed dont itby hunting through tho newspaper for a notice of it- Freeziig Weather In July Would cause greet discomfort and loss but fortunately it is seldom known A Vl t amount of misery is caucud at iuiiloverImhIeilal debility These conditions may be renmedieti by ecriching the blondand toning time stomach with lloodVSar lIaparillaIhis inedicl tie seenis to put new life into the whole pliHlcnl sys tem simply liecaimse of Its wonderful power t purify enrich nnd vitalize the blood create nn appetite And invigorate tin digestive fnctioiis WP HilviHH you to get a buttle fluid try it if you are not feellnir just right It will do you more od than n six tveeks vacation It is the let medl cine money can buy hIlli 1ITcttet44lentby applying Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad jases have been cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box t Dr Cndys Condition Powders art just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food hutJmedicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per packagsVTime power of an idea in not measured by the no1 of its utterance Is your liver uieuif ifufa it full to do its duty If so dont neglect its call ft for help A few hoses of Uorhino may save tlU a spell of sickness llerhimt is Ihtonly perfect liver medicine it cures chills nuLl fever Price oOc Perry Thomas iiilyiVltu Persniml slander is no answer to a truth Unit trouble a guilty COIIHUJUIIIC TEA cnrw DTBPCJ tipatiull and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry Thomas snCCe5COrS to W ttQ White I fr aeN8Nei6Neie 7I tht 71 7F71 71 F71 7fi tJ I v I 150 150 + fr u h u nU UU ULU UUIJ1JUU nJU1J1rUULJUUUUIJUUU1JUUU1J1J m FOUR 150 WONDER i111 rtti aJoi11 DICHMOND surplus ignored competi dishing incomparable Chamberlains permanently P1ft4UB1AP1 150 I 1 1 lS c I t t t t 2 t WQ hiivti fchjsrktein ull the different lasts in both Heel und Spring Heel in both 2 yourself13oot3 I t Douglas Bright 0IN 207 WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY Suuruiitrtruir 1nnttnrll1t nnnriruutnnn1U1lU1lU11UUU nnnjuua rjuwrmnrtutruutrnUinnrinwwirui uu1 4iLII 1- 7r J1 B kaM A JJaCJ f O 7 V JirJ J J tVa t p Sik2 115Q1V 150 ij d I F49ym a mm leNYu 7f r htcV I t u h if tr r 1II rrsr fSpS jJ 5A vi 1 L tt radeTr4 Our Goods i AND Our prices i Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial lJm ffil l ID ID ill m j mlJ 1 1 The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims AllI we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you wnnt If so trade wit- hVVhIteAAD GiDSOn u SDR CALDWELLSN u VV1H1HoshaICo1Commission Merchants Hogs ana hccpCatU3 UNION STOCK YAUDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 BSTAll information regarding live took cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly CURED with rrcetablo curedLFoallwl hopeless In ten 4a1 atlraat twothtrt or all symptoms reraoT M TVsMniontels and TEN DAYS treatment free DR H H GREEJIS SONS Box K AtLanta aa +++ + CALL AT + + H 4lJWfl SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICmiOND KYif gPlUto =egI u vII h and Whisker tatlta cured at horn with out hook of par llculara sent FREE ORt4M WOOLLET ice North Iryor fit g SDR CALDWELLSN Wheeler Wilson i Sewing PlIachine Motion and 111RotaryBearings r ICo J u- ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS III1N1AffG 5YRVf EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVE- NTIONIndianapolis Ind JULY SOSS JB99 Only One Fare Round Trip Except that from points within 33 miles the excursion fare will be One and One third Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar VIA BIG FOUR Tickets will be on dale from all points July 19 2021 From points within 75 miles of In dianapolis on July 21 22 and 23 1899 Returning tickets will be good to leave Indianapolis to July 21th with a proviso that if tickets are deposited with Joint agent at In dianapolis not later than July 2lth and meat of fee of 50 cents at the time of deposIt- tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis to and including August 20 For full Information regarding tickets rates and rentes and time of trains call on agents Die Four Route or address the undersigned J E REEVES WARREN J LYNCH Gen AgtWCincinnati Ohio EQUAL TOANY EMERGENCY reliablerest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable tons carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road his wagon nevpr thefiuestways and rubbertired hnmrira in Rich mond ProprKentucky 135wE- CONOMIST RANGES fCJiJ rf Time tc tntIl too Roofing Gutteringand Job LDUE MITH i REGENERO COMPLETE BLISS cCrcat trJen Work Rellorea s Vllalll1 Makes the 7 Weak Strong FRENcrr RE DY AmericanIorvaqiligrrullnhitn tslr tst mrmlioocl and Old Men wilt record toISpemattorheath DespontT Mxtil excess unit Indiscretion which unfits xrlinslncm study or marriage KE iEUOKsntoucc ioUie root of the disease that la IxthorcnteNtNrrrrTonlelntneworld ftl Is why It elves Vlznriud AellonnmlreMoren e yjrc of VoMCi U U a marvelous Clood lurl f 10lehloltllllOnb41nran II rarrSnl i vet IWXket liT mall glOO per ut i tlx fir S3OO We cheerfully refund curetniflfltFLflPAI Pfl 825CumbusAL j IllLItU4L UVi NEW For sale In Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists seplMly 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE IL TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone tending a sketch and degcrlptlon nay anInventionUonittcflyconfldentL ltandbookon Ialents rent free Oldest agency TorsecnnngpatenU receiveped4IScientific flmrkanA handsomely IlIntzted weeily Iareest drculalton of anr rtenttfla loarnal Tern N ayear fODr months L Bold Biall newtdealers = CO341LiYk0IIce 18t WMll1actOB ti 2621 I J r Heres Yeir Chance Some Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five liuured new subscribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordlnary inducements will be made Until farther notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis yule daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJourv nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates DELAY- EDCORRESPONDENCE I VALLEY VIEWI- ERSONAL Mrs T B Spurlock is 011 the sick listThe Misses Masters of English Ky are visiting ihe family of E B Morse Mrs Mary Washof Stamping Ground is visiting her sister Mrs A D Goosey Mrs E B Scrivner and Miss Lucy Prather visited relatives in Fayette county last week Mrs G W Hutchison returned home Thursday after a few days stay with relatives and friends at Keene- J II Lyons after a pleasant stay of a few days hero with his brother G M Lyons returned to Wellington Menifee county his home Mr Richard Taylor and Miss Addle Clark Mr U It Beck and Miss Alice Richardson anti Mr Henry Moore of Spears and Miss Una Wharton at tended picnic at Troy last Saturday 11 R Smith was apprised by telegraph Thnsday of the death of his brotherinlaw E A McClure who lived at Brooksville Ky Mr Smith left over the K N I B railroad to be present at the burial ITEMS CAUGHT IS A SHOWER OF NEWS Ice cream and soda water at Hadens Rev H R Mills will preach at Syloroo M E Church South next Sunday W R linden sold to J F Wagers 14 heifers at 375 per hundred weight B M Morgan bought of S T Berry man a bunch of hogs paying 3J cents a pound for them The drouth from which vegetation in thissection was suffering was broken by a heavy rain Sunday evening The Marse Drug Company has begun the erection of a large building which they will occupy when completed The Barker Cedar Company shut down Monday on account of the heavy rain which overflowed a part of their machinery PAINT LICK Miss Ada Broyles of Perryville is the pleasant guest of the Misses Ely Miss Rose Yeiser of Danville spent Friday and Saturday with the Misses FrancisDruggist W S Fish and wife spent Sunday at Dripping Springs Misses Kate and MaryBeasley of Clintonville are the guests of Miss Hallie Campbell Miss Zelma Kirkpatrick of Charlotte N C who has been visiting friends here for several weeks was thrown from her horse while out riding last week sustaining some painful injuries She is able now however to be out again E L Woods shipped 5 carloads of hoes and one of lambs to Cincinnati last week R N Beasleys new residence is nearing completion and will be quite an ornament to our little town Mrs Lucy Martin Messrs Sam Cochran and Robt Arnold have moved to Slate Lick Springs for a few weeks stayMr A K Lackey Sr was called to Stanford Saturday by the serious ill ness of his aged sister Mrs Broaddus of Missouri who is visiting relatives at StanfordAn oclock dinner was served by Mist Fannie L Wallace Monday evening in honor of her vial tors Misses Kirkpatnck of Charlotte N C Haden of Louisville and Powell of Stanford The gentlemen present were Harry Francis Dr C E Poyntz and C A Fish The occasion was a most elaborate one thoroughly establishing the fact that this com munity knows no more excellent hostess than Miss Wallace It was one of these experiment al farmen who put green spec tacles on his cow and fed her shavings His theory was that it didnt matter what the cow ate so long as she was fed The questions of digestion and nourishment had not entered into calculationsIts tenderfoot fanner that would try such an experiment with a cow But many a fanner feeds Mm self regardless of digestion and nutrition He might almost as well eat shav mugs for all the good he gets out of his food The result is that the stomach grows It weak the action of the of digestion and nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and the agonies of nervousness To strengthen the stomach restore the activity of the organs of digestion and nutrition and nourish the nerves use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is an unfailing remedy and has the confidence of physicians as well as the praise of thousands healed by its use In the strictest sense Golden Medical Discovery is a temperance medicine It contains neither nor narcotics and is as free from alcohol as from opium cocaine and other dangerous drugs Dont let a dealer delude you for his own profit There is no medicine for stomach and blood just as good as U Golden Medical Discovery I can say to you one bottle of your Golden Medical Dtacorery has cured me sound and well after suffering two long years with atom ach disease writes W H Brasvrell or McAden viUe Gallon Co NC My health Is worth all the world to me I will praise you as long as 1 live awayOnmailing only we will send you The Peoples Common Sense Medical Ad tlmpsforstamps for thefsaedition cloth bound Adores DrJL Y1irct BuffiUo N Y II INO USE TRYINGI oil Doctor says try it KeS might as well tell me to melt lard or butter and try to take g them It is too rich and A will upset the stomach But a you can take milk or cream g so you can Scntts taicEll3lliOn It is like cream but willo ecd and nouHsh when cream will not Babies and children will fhriva and grow fat on it vhcn their ordinary food docs not nourish them Persons have been Known to tan ra a pound a day when ating en d ounce of Scotts emulsion It gth 5 the digestive machinery In voking v order so that the ordinary food is properly digested and assi all dr illtodtcornoWNE Chtmhts Great Fair In Boyle The way the good people of Boyle go about a public undertaking like a county Fair is worthy of emulation There is a unity of purposoand a community of interest there which augurs well the success of the meeting The Advocate thus describes the sea timent that fosters the fair in Boyle If you dont believe the New Danville Fair Association is in earnest about this thing you should have been at the meeting of the Board of Directors yes terday afternoon Farmers business and professional men left their duties and attended the session and every item that was brought up was earnestly considered There will be some wheel racing not enough to worry the old folks but suf ficient to amuse the young There are also splendid prospects of procuring the services of the famous First Regiment Military Band of Lou- Isville This organization is pretty stiff in its terms but all good things come high and the Association wants to get nothing but the best Everybody will want to see the musicians whose melody wes tninglnd with the whirr and whiz of American bullets But if the soldier band can not be employed another about as good will be The catalogue committee is busy fix ing up the stock rings and premiums in other departments and the book will be in the hands of the printers the first of next week There will be three thous and copies which will make plenty for all purposes In addition to this the premium list will be published in the Advocate fourteen times for a month prior to the opening Keep tho date in mind and remember that one day will be just as good as another at this oldfashlued fair Aug 30 31 Sept 1 At the meeting yesterday afternoon E P Faulconer B G Fox and Joe Lee Jr were added to the directory and the following honorary vicepresidents were electedF Spotswood George Bohon Ben F Roach Mercer county Smith Baughman James W Harper Lincoln countySJames Spilman W S Beazley II T Logan Garrard county K H Marrs lodger Lillard Ander son county Clarence E Woods Madison county Wallace Green Perryville R H C Mitchell Mitchellsburg Secretary Bright announces that the privileges of the fair will be sold by sealed bid instead of at auction and due announcement will bemade of date for filing bids In the meantime the Secretary is ready to receive correspondence concerning amusement privileges Workin Night Ani Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessness into en ergy brainfag iuto mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 The following interesting description of A Many Sided Man from the Stanford Journal exactly fits Rev J Robert Boatman of Piiieville lately of this county and a schoolmate of Rev Mr Severance That is the kind Joe Severance pastor of the Tullahoma Tennessee Christian Church is with emphasis He is here with his family spending the vacation with his mother but he is not idle by any means Last Sunday be preached at the Christian Church a sermon which many claim was the best they ever heard During the week he acts as huctioneer for Severance Sons at which he equals a Bush or an English He is a natural born genius and seems to have an intuitive knowledge of all kinds of machinery Farmers seek him to repair their harvesting and other complicated machines which he always sets right and yesterday we called on him to fix a press that was out of shape He pulled off his coat rolled up his sleeves and soon had it in apple pie order All of which takes us back to our original proposition that Joe Severance is a man of parts He is both clever and accommodating be sides and as full of wit as an egg is of meat May his bald head neyer grow gray Bravo Men Fall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons In the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bit ters tire just tile thing for A man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good ap petite than anything I could take I can pow eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry t Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 Dr Carver the worlds champion shot will each day give an exhibition of fancy shooting during the Lexington Horse Show Fair anti Carnival August 8th to 12th Doctor Carver is too well known to the general public for us to comment upon an exhibition from him It will be well worth the price of ad mission itself ==An Awhrso woman IB Worthless that this neigliborsrefiae i o gossip about i herAbfiTittGilier j 1 County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday t Richmond Madison county first Mon daySLexington Fayette county second Lincoln county second Monday Georgetown Scott county third Monday Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday u Horse Department For harness saddle and combined horses the premiums olfiired by tub Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carni val aggregate an enormous sum averaging ns they do SlOG or more for each different elites given There are num erous classes provided in each division ami no utah need leave his horse at home ns every ago anti sex has been provided for August 8 to 12 is the date of tile fair and all railroads will sell reduced rates DRIP ROOK Jackson County rMr Sidney McSwain of Richmond passed through our town last week buying produceIMrs T M Williams of this place is in very poor health owil1g to a fall She has not walked a step since the 15th of last April Masters John W and Willie B Walker of this place aro visiting their grandmother Mrs S D Walker and other relatives at Whites StationIWe are not so far away moui tains that we do not have plenty of drummers to visit us although we are deprived of a great many conveniences with which other localities are blessed SPANISHAMERICAN WAR PANORAMAI is one of the war books to be in continuous a panoramic record of the triumph of Yankee Doodle The engle flaps his wings on every page and Old Glory waves around aud above every scene Prominent officers connected with the war are bore portrayed as well as many of tile men behind the gun Military life is pictured to the eye from re cruiting to guard mount and skirmish line Nor is the ludicrous omitted The company cook receives the atten tion due to his importance the mess is shown cavalry scenes are givnn the hospital arrangements are depicted te heroines of the Ked Cross service aie displayed street scenes in Havana San tiago anti elsewhere are unrolled the new citizens or subjects which are they of Uncle Sam appear anti disappear as tile leaves are turned In a word the gazer visits the new localities and sees the tumultuous new life without the risk or expense ot a sea voyage The Album is 5xS inches weighs 12 ounces printed on finest coated paper Sent FREE to any address in the United States Canada or Mexico for 12 cents in stamps or coin to cover pos tage and packing Copy may be seen at any ticket ofllco of the Big Four Route Order at once as the etlition is limi tedAddress WAKBEN J LYNCH General Passenger and Ticket Agent Jig Four Route Cincinnati Ohio Mark envelope War Album TBS MIDWAY The Bostock CarnivarCouipany the lending attractions of all the great Worlds Fairs has charge of the Midway at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August Sth to 12th and promise the management that the Midway at Lexington shall be up to the standard of those at Chicago Atlanta Nashville and the great Omaha expositions as well as the one of Earls Court London The Midway comprises the world famed Ilagenback Trained Wild Animal Show direct from BerlinGermanyj and introduces such beasts as lionF tigers panthers leopards hyenas ole phants etc The maneating lion Wallace tcnific and untamable which created such a furore in New York City being one of the attractions The Streets of Cairo where girls and glitter grand and gorgeous isa feature unsurpassed and introduces the famed La Belle Fatima with her superb company of dancers tumblers etc Tlio Crystal Maze the Palace of Glasses one of Europes most talked of novelties a 20000 attraction the Moulin Rouge the craze of the French empire the enigma of the age Noli meTangeriu the most sensational performance ever introduced in any coun try Darkness and Pawn or Heaven and Earth theres nothing on earth- like it original a show in itself Ye Old Romany Hey Gypsy Camp a revelation in itself of the wanderers ot the earth These suit many ninny others are among the attractions of the Midway They form an aggregation sficond to none grand gorgeous gigantic nine nificdnt marvelous and those who fall to see this wonder of the nineteenth century will have missed the greatest attractions that marks its close fin figur Many women lose their girlish forms after neglcdquestion if the ex pectant mother will constantly use motbefSi1rri during the whole period of pregnancy Thc earlier its use is begun the more perfectly will tie shape hr preserved inotfiers friend not only softens and relaxes the muscles durIng the great strain fcefoc birth but helps the skin to contract naturally afterward It keeps unsightly wrinkles away and the m pilbilltytMlcrliniment vfcicli banishes morning sickness and nervoasnrrs daring pregnancy shortens upthedantuThelittkMothers yriCSJ by its robustness and vigor SoIJt drujj stores for S I a bottle Send for our finely UlustratcJ book for ex pectnntnlolher- THE I3ADFIELDRtGULATOI CO ATtANTAi AJ t SSi LL 1 jM N sLnqidfljS tiLt the I JMJ iU ItllI1ud1 Is tile best for rnare Troubles Corrects all Irregularities In Female Organs Should betaken feir Chants ot Liic and before CtlMSlrth Plane TIn 9eeIci UaTO StCCd tho test los twenty years Mada only by NewPpennsrireidneOo Chat 1 Titst Perry Thomas druggists successors to W G White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Stiles Nerve Plasters d 0 S msC s S S S SC S S S S S C S S S SS- ArET PLEASE TRY Silk it I fi rtJ1 CANDY CATHARTIC n = = tlSI ww S55 Ping oat tho old Ring in the new Ring out the falso Ring in the true Wf 3S to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus cut out the cause of that tickling removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed that there is no inclination to cough SOLD EY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 Size GETIPineTarHonoyinweak Inncs BtronsMrs M A llctcaUe PeducahKr For ilale by Perry Thomas successors to W Q White Pittsb Central Stock Yank EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OP INDIANAPCLIS for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EVERY WEEKDAY SIMON ODONNELL General Manager inay313m Sell Your IiidesAND YOUR Seed at Thurmans We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- THURMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY lt t fThey re GOO the best I Thais why you want to see them S 4 before you buy We mean- iS our I ijiS Ihsuri1nthi Stove i cS FOUND ONLY AT 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COSTS YOU NOTHING tednmlr tN nublnr 4OfnIn lPl5t SIi50 vilitii rma uor at wlhl tSr hlullard r nun Irs lLnelIckConrothronChIyreIIabhFl- IdiIrcss SEARS ROEBUCK CO nc Chicago Ill tapr6m Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PKOPKIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and- American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY 54f4S Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tIaof tile 31 E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to soloct from at prices to suit all elapses buyers gf Mn W G GOUOHER one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of onr establishment and tills means gutfefactcry wurk in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for Itsjt which will be furnished on application EJIr YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J757VYES T H757VULTON Proprietor = =HIGHEST c GRADE 2 + + + +++ + + 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