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NUMBER 8. is raiEsrauHfr"! LK Ml ETO HZ A 33 ESSRI E2 Kt HEM .JBLfe E?S v ralSW mm mm KG HR! 3SH fora' is 111 ufttU v Men's Stylish Up-to-D- ate TA rT ACt? ATTT J Here You Are For i ni ajg -- Every one worth the regular price, hut wo want , 1,1 Ml ui &uii xLere is wiitu, il iney will cosr, at tne reduced price, jliio uiilerence between the former price and the 'present is just what you save, for every suit, is worth the original price. TT ,i mem. I. & gy AVe lifT and Summer Clothing. .te i A n; 32: have decided to place the kr.ifc deep into every suit and odd pair of pants of this seasons stock. We don t want to carry a piece over 4These low prices offered should move them. ubmi LIMB una i M ibPAnnlav I ai xhbi vtm ni .$ .75 . m l raJal it - mm We Sell You A $5.00 Suit for.". . A S6.00 Suit for A 87.50 Suit for A S10.00 Suit for A $12.50 Suit for A $15.00 Suit for A $20.00 Suit for .: . $ "4.00 4.75 G.25 ASis.oosuitfor..... 30 to 35. 7.50 9.50 11.50 13.50 15.50 Ik sk lavery sun, icvety irmt of Odd Pmiuts a. Bargain A Bona fide Sale! No Fake! An opportunity you do not often get. to every one that purchases. This is a regular Money-Save- r $1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 i rr d.uu 3.50 4.00 5.00 Pair Pants for Pair Pants for Pair Pants for Pair Pants for fair i'ants lor Pair Pants for Pair Pants for.. .., Pair Pants for G. 00 Pair Pants for T- r it rr 1.20 1.50 1.85 rrUJSt z.zo 2.G5 Br nng 3.75 4.75 4- - CUr- - ovQfcstrom iBp $1.00 1.50 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.50 i.il, HI Youths' Suits,' Sizes mm Qood Qualities and Low Prices. $3.50 A OO 8 $1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 o.OO Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for Suits for m El mm . Si $4.50 Suit for v 00 Suit, frnww M w - A J.UV Nfl ilii 7.00 10.00 12.50 15.00 Suit Suit Suit Suit for for for for 5.75 7.50 U.50 n& 7 U 11.50 These Goods will not he equaled. No one will show you as large a so- lection, rlcase note prices, come and see the goods, and you will be con- vinced that every suit and every pair of pants is a Bargain. Come all. They are yours while they last for the ab:ve price. fsJJ G.00 - Suits for lis Bli SfrHJ A Full Line of Sises. Bring the Boys In. Si mm m J X -- .J .j -- TSTO. 213 WEST IsLJXJST STZEIBIEIT. -- WHITB Ksntuslsy Fair Dates. The fol'oitiug are the dales for holding the Kentucky fairs this war so f.'ir as repiiitet'S Kii hmond, Aug. 1,2 oand 4ih. days. l!eiiigioii August (lays. Uilstniiville. August Madisouville, August days. Lawrenccburg, August 15 1 days. .Lebanon, August 15 1 days. Cohitnbia.vVugiM --i 1 days. Alc.xandiia, August 22-- 6 days. Loui. ilie (Colored Fair), August 22 i daj s. (Jerinantown, AugtiEt 234 days. Broad I lead, August 2:J 1 days. Sholbyville, August '233 days. Springfield, August 25 15 days, llarilstowti, August 2!) 5 days. LaG range, August 1503 days. Floreiice, Angust "0 3 days. Klizabe htown, iepieuibeir 5 -- 4 days, fowling Ureeu.September 13 -- 4 das. Glasgow, September 204 days. Cuthrie, September 27 4 days. HoiseCavet September 274 days. Ortinshoro, October -5 days. OInTT." g PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. IV. MILLER. J Attorxey-at-La- For Rent! office rooms over Doujx-la- s & Simmons' hard- Richmond, - - Kbxtcckt. OfHce In the Burnam Ualldlng, next door lo fcb3-l- y anner's National Bank. Choice of three good Attokskvat-TjAi- t, ware store, Main St. residence, with modern conveniences. eiht-roo- m Also very desirahle KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Taylor'H Unnl ware 6torc, opposite Court l'louse, on Jlain Street. GRIGGSBY & MDNCEY. t t t H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. RicnMOND, ,Office No. 13 First St., np stairs. 31 30 J. 0. & D. M. OHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office n Second street, over Chen-inl- t' Kr'werj. PHTSXCIA1TS. Dr. Louis H. Landman No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Hotel Zlmmer, Richmond, Ky.,on OPS G I BSON. & GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, BlCHMONI), WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14, 1899, - - - KENTUCKY. ao Sec 17- - returning every second Wedncaday o. each ntfiee in the !oe Ciilint buildme. :8 and month. Reference every physician ot Rich- ond Street, over Wnue old drugstore. leM8-lmond, Ky. ill! CHAS. HOOKER, IS VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary DentHtry and Sterility a Specialty, up stairs, over store recently sccu-pie- SHORT LINE TO New Orleans -- by Richmond Harness Co., East Main y Ht apr7-lRichmond, Ky. The Salary Lisl. iTSW TORE FASHIONS. Some one has compiled the following comparative lLst ot the salary list of Shades of mauve are very prevalent various central Kentucky cities uf the this summer. Most all fourth class: fashions are de cidedly and adaptive, andcf $3,30 Winchester such a nature an to impart a decidedly Richmond 4,500 youthful aspect both to face and r' Paris, Georgetown 4.112 figure. Sleeves continue to he tight, lint the 4 072 Athhtml 3,050 ujiner part is ornnmeutel uith modest CynUiiiina Sheibyvillo 3.1S0 plaita or ruuhing", and the wrisi is pret3.223 tily and llulllly 1'mihlied. Versailles A ravishing continue iiorn hy l.onl G332 MtySiorlinj; !c 1'aylor is ot while iiiousuiine de sow painted with a garland of pompon Hues Crawl out of n room vlinro tliere are over white silk. The tunic ialla in bolt fire. If possible, hold a wet smoke and plaits hoidered with nariow linen plniln towpl to jour face while escaping. and blond fliwert and the corsage is confined by a ribbon waistband. very eccentrit: hats both in I black and white straws are been. They are quite large, and bent "every which way." While red is ubiquitous, yet great taste is needed in tiMinn it effectively. A pretty color combination is red with, bjiiio. Another is pearl, or silver-gra- y in conjunction with mauve. Every frotlnx laly who needs togivo strict attention lo . lief "batiks,' should have a 'Utile I'earl" lamp healer, bne chu u.--e it on any luinji c limnev without lueakagc, and it will heat her iron in an instant, or boil water for a cap of hOiiietliiiiK' cherry to drink or to stemu the blackheads out M7e never did: but we have V. of her face. seen the clothing at this time This Poarl Healer is made by the of the yctr so covered with aanaruu tnai 11 iaoKea as u Kellon iM tiiufaeturiiig Lompany, ami had been out in a regular snowI will send an iilustn.trHl ciicuianoauv storm. ouo who wislie.-- i it. Will ulbo liiturilei's No need of this snowstorm. fur it. Tie price is but twenty ceiitr. sun would As the summer My address is 01O Wool Mod t5Ueel,Kew falling snow so will melt the York. Kvelvn Caulu. mld-sutiiin- MO ori numa yenrs of age. and Mr. now my bid is Si:." Dunelsou, in considerable excite- Powder nweca co., new von. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 85 85 94 m A A Book , - for Ycun ind Old. . -- . lj m VCURF. NERVOUS llI Est IS70 BLOOD ment, said: ''I wont collect the bill Give mo SI:! ft) and our hill issquarcd." y. It is certainly gratifying to the pul-li- c to know of one concern in the laud who are not afraid lo bejC'enerous to (he needy and . Tho proprie tors of Dr. King's Now Dibcovery foi ('oiiMiuiption, Couch and Colds', have given away over ton millions trial hot-t!e- e of this great mediciuo and have the entisfaction of knowing it has abso lately cured thoueauds of. hopeless caste. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse-ue-- s and all disease of the Throat, t. hejt and Lungs are "surely cuied by it- Call tin Perry & Thomas Druggist. Successors to W. G. White and get a trial bottle free, regular size 50c and SI. livery hotllo guaranteed, or price relilliaiis UiVfii Aw Mille-ring'- VICTIM OF TJ1E KISSING RUG. FShelby Sentinel. 259,000 DI5;A5lD; MEM PRIVATE D15CASES 1 a SUITS THE POCKET, the eye and the ear. All the Pianos ami Organs shown here are instrimu nts of merit. They possess cvitv thing essential to sweetness and strength of tone ami CURED The "kissimr bug" which for some time past, has been making ih headquarters in the Eat, arrived hen several days ago and has claimed it (hat victiai. Pete.r Lacrfield, a young man employ- g.250,000 H YOUNG MAN CURED fl "S-r.Sf- iSeeasaow 1 SHillIilF T Best Line to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Pullman Tonrint Sleeping Car leaves ville every Thursday night and runs through Ask vour ticket aeent for particulars or write toR II. Foivler. Travelinc PassenRer Agent, Louisville, Ky. Free Reclfning XJhair Car Louisville to ieinpnin ana new urjeans. . It. HANSON, Louis- Medicine and Snrsery. Oflicti Prather Huildinir, Main Street. Telepbone at residence (the Cnrr puce) on UroHdway. '- Kkktucky. Richmond, - Richmond DR. T. I'lITStCIAN - AND SOROKON, . - Kbntucky melt these flakes of dandruff In the scalp. It goes further than tnis: ltpreventstneiriormauon. It lias still otner propentes: it will restore color to gray hair in just ten times out of every ten cases. And it does even more: it feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick liair; and short hair be comes long liair. We have a book on the Hair and Scalp. It is yours, for the asking. If yen do not obuln ill the benefits you expected Irom tb me of the Vigor, rrobnbly wrlta Ue doctor about It your gentbrrs 1 sotno dlBicuttv with eral Mtein which may 1 eatlly AMre, DU. J. C AYEU, Lowell, Mais. tuna tlie Gun Was the ball thut.hit G. U.Steaduiau of Newaik, Mich., in the Civil War. ll caused horrible (Jiceis that 110 treat meat helped form yoaib. Then liuck len's Anne.t Salve cured him. Cures, Cuts, Jlrtiise.-- , Jlunit, iloilb, iVIoiis Corns, SKin liruptions. llesit'Ueeiiie 5 cte. u box. Cure guaran unearth. teed. Sold by 1'eri y & Thomas, imig 'a cists. I. nl Hot P. A., Chicago. WM. A. KELL0ND, A- - O. P. ALonlsvlllc - J. TAYLOlt, and residence on Second Street. Lucky or Unlucky 13 ftmcii is It7 Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond Time of Trains at 'Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. Ml. Sterling and Lexington Accom ... Return Express for Louisville Morelicsd and Lexington Accom New York Limited F. K. V EAST BOUND. 6 85 am 7 30 am 3 00 pra DENTAL StTP.G3aT. M pm 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom or Looisvatjt, Ky. New York Limited F. F. V. .U 58 am 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Stcrllns Acccm next door to Oovernment Building, Mpm RicbmSnd, Ky. Office houra 9 to ll-- l lo 4. Washington Express nov!7-l- y Accommodation trains rnn daily except Blin dly. Other trains run daily. Tlirnuph aleenlnirand dinlnsr car service to )T. FKCD SMITH, . New York. For Information, rates orsleeperreservatlons HOOD, Agent L.&N.Ry., K. all on or write aeNiiST. Richmond, Ky. Collfas' (irocery. same office or O KO BQ E W. BARNEY, D D. A. C. & O. Ky.,'LoxlBjftoa,' Ky. PESTIST, . Last week, Air. Horace Parkes, a young farmer residing in tne Jted House neighborhood, called oil Mr. John Donelson, the leaulng carriage niauufacturor of this city, for tiiepui pose of settling his l ac count- - Mr. Uonelsoi examined hi: books and stated to Mr. Partetf that his bill was Hi. After borne hcMtaury Mr. L'aikes remarked: '' This litiminr seems to have stal'tetl with me and cot.- tin lies to occur in all 1 have to no, oi that may affect nio, so as ever to re fresh my mind wiiu its couuectiou uith my existence. I whs born on the lllih suiin-aunaa- dayofthe mouth, was 1 my mother died when and my laiher died wa lu tlaysolU Wiieu I 'wau.l'J the lUti c.uil. ed as a salesman nl Goorman's bakery anil who lives on Snow Hid. Suuda evening noticed a smalll blit'iron his under lip and that it was rapidly Dr. Thus, liuckiier was callnl in and after an examination promptly pronounced the swelling as lesiilting fion T! e the bile of a kisdng bug". swilling continued lie young man's mouth was swollen oat of all proportion. Evm the uiiselsot hia 3 funded. luce and neck acio grtatly inflamed. Sharp, twitching pains accompanied A Good' One on Malar Harris. patio it was rendered The versatile 'Tattler" of the Times ihe bite and the very tick. Dr. Hutkiier used simply recently said: fn m forty-eiul- it It requ-reWell, well, so Col. Sam Stone, State an i'ii to beventA-tw- o hours for Hie Auditor, is oat to put halt on the tail of swelling to subside. the governorship! I euro Httlo forCol. Tlio pectilitr circumstance, accomit; a Stone's politics, lint ho hiins-ul- f panying the hii is Wmost exclusively ln'ghiy nice citizen Col. J?ttwe is an inntiued lo lliaies ami takes from ltuleul, a college whele iiours to develop telvo to tweiitj-tnu- r the boy took a special course in It is iiiipoNSiblu to ileiect tlie slightest s.eiiis anil fencing before graduation, sw eiiing just after I eiug bitten and tho and Col. Stono was no blouch al. the bitirerMio pain. About twelve litier. Then he came hack lo Madi victim after the victim lias been bitten, hours son (Otinty ami found a wife thee)tbs ma be been and tho a d.iuhler of ex .Mate Senator John 1). swelling blister continues rapidlv for a space Hurl-isTlie family Imvj a beautiful uf aooui tiveive boms. Tnis is accom noiiie, "lilythewiMal," tiaue.l after ine paiinsl liy gioitpittu '1'he punctured tnaleinal uiandmotliei' of Senator Harpart selU to ten times its normal size. ris, and right close Ty is the home of Too nuine for the insect is the Stonm. It hcem a curious thing iuulanolotes pieipes, mid it first made (d lliat this is the sec-ini'.n appeal unci: in Wa hiugton, tho first Setiattir Harris to run f.ir Uoveruor At the enu ot a mouth, moie Tne otl.er, llr. Clay, of Parl, Ky , niio ol .Way. tnan utiO jiatieiiis were lu ti e ei'y in.iiried Mi.--s Mary Harris, In.s been as ihe retult d Its ut,;s. The twice a candidate!, but on the Domo-crad- c picijKS is ab'ut one inch in length, aud ticket, while Col. Stone is a bus a flattened body ami very narrow head. It has a sboit, stioug Tne fniiier of tlmso ladies is ijuile a pointed beak, wilh a point as hharp as that ol liumoiUt. One day he wont to sec a moMjuiio. a It is jet black in color. neighbor who was noted his backIt feeds on other huge in preference to sliding in business matters Lo Mr ami hungers for hiiiuniiih'Ml Harris walked tnwatd the himi t't li plantf faviTite fund Is the fommon 'JjijdSug nt-lin- g It ids horse he lieaid the neighbor this fooit the J'tissu'ig mightily in prayer. Som'tli!i.b' Imi. In ita hunt for bug" eravls vur ileepem aUil"a(iueK stiired his conscience mul ho wan ..... . ...1...... I i.ll.ll5l,.-- . promising heaven to d everything if j he got nut of the woods. .SeiiHtof Har- - ; nna u Vi!l jitore vonr wheat , , . .1... ...I... II I I hi ,r us ifMtinea ami .t .... . iiieu o" C... tru-- t; y.,u U hhu. U oul.l, . I well as X did-him Iiih lu"i.uiJ)itlhlytu. r Jaiyu-t- f can tullkvoa." . i a-is 3-- when l.'tiiorantur tne rcrnuiu enmo you were nimmuiipj. ui'iynu uii iy rtiuri.ii-liio f3cinntinB allnrcnsuts of thU evil hnlitT tj, When tno laloto nvolj tho tc -to were your ejc ribto our peril? l'iil rnn Liter on in f diiica? AVcfiyoueitreil? Dayoannw nlarniins mptoms7 nml thm Inro vuu murry in rnnr prrcnt onxl Every line of exhibition and y enter-ainnie- ht the provided forlhopiibho-hixington Hoine Show, Fair and Car lival, Angusi 8th to 12ih, is nnv and ' 71 il &3 Ilf XlLnJMJ Fe-ru-- ip lo date. mm 10 HELP a )'A y- iftn 'Jfd 3 1 liiinir In ilrr.-iJIf marriace a j f3iliifiTithyiuonrceoiintiJianynea.u-.Tearly nburo or later cx-riimh eaujnl I'rucpwl with eeici? Ilao you hernwill Iwlint ont to mirrtirfT TliU Ixvi'lltt yon tho remit' of thovo crimes ami ixiint m tv.wi.ur KKW JIKTUOn U'ltEAT-d- Q MKNT will i.sitivel.r euro you. It fhowii lioirthoiinii(l!ih!ivbccn favcJ by XltUATMKNT. It prove; our Iv-wo ran lIL AItAMKr; 'in uuiir, ANY CUKAISbK CASK Oil NO PAY. We treat nml ? h Von Vnow. "J.IKj. I'ATIIKH. tlr K H POX." 1 1 married, nro yon boauty of finish. The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a guarantee of its excellence. HARDING & Els 5!T. H. G. KENT, Agent. RICHMOND, KY. :iiit vniinu-TT.i- IAS r4 SiKICntKK. M fKIJT PKAIN'P. UNNAlt'KAf. DIR- - U3 fll VimiiS.KIlJNUyana 11LADUER M litl'OTKNCY, svnmr.is ui.ert. SK-r- a Estray flog! A red sow, welghlnpr about IM) ponmlv ran c to my place, near Cedar Cll(fIonl. lroiin-Creek- , about Jnne 15, and lias siiirelx-c'tir. .1 for by me. Owner can have aie hy i.riii.f and paving charges. T1ULAKLS Julyll-J- dom br free from the grip of catarrh makes loycl frier.Js for e i.ieraiiir. has Securing making been friends of this kind for many years. It cures '4 CURES ' fl f IV inir V'o GUARANTEED Mums. I'rtVCIITTlTfi'iV Q (3 Kennedy s fe3 122 W. 13 5 T ftEATMKST. to rail, write for Plti;K. If nnablo l .u.iohiiaii".i mm tinMHl'O irtjinTiiV III' ni fr T12. Kergan m cificmriATi, o. F0UHTH STREET, Pa ronise Hces Insurano catarrh nf wher- ever located. 5 Tiwntv. eighth St, De troit, Mich., is one of the many thoufriends. This is what sand of 3ho bays to Dr. llartman: with " We hare usad your the most remarkable resultn and would not be without it. We have always recommcoded it to our lriends. A few J years tpo 1 purchased a bottle of your ana alter seeing its results, recommended it to my grocer who was troubled with dyspepsia,- - tho curing of which induced her to cell it in her store. She has sold large amounts of It. My daughter has just been cured My pen of jaundice would prow weary were I to begin to tell yoa of the numerous cures has effected in our immediate vicinity within tho last couple of years." Dr. Harlman, President ot the SurgU cal Hotel, Columbus, Ohio, will counsel livT Pe-ru-h rc-ru-Pc-ro-- . J T son-in-lli- w hoe-pit- ul Intmreynur dwellings, barn? nit all oi r property in tho Blue Orajs Inurancr i.'ois, ny. of Lexington, Ky., a nocc inttis.i" Oirea protection acaiuft Fir', LtRhtirtiK imi FKEISHT Tornado. The cheapest and nioet rruab v PREPAID. company for the people of our coaniv uw r operatlnjr in the State, and grt the.For this style year as long as yon continue In thacoiuprur new tuja For further Information call cn tlivi a)tci'erm sewin z and collector, S. K. B. 11L.CK. Alton. aiacliinewitn Law, Ktchuiond. Ky , office on Main n all sttacli-3- opposite Court ltouie, next door to StuU c r. t srarA Trust Co., second floor. mated 3' ears. If J. ILCAnTER, rrei. xsachlne is not in jo daj-mayUl-lC C. BOSWORTII. wflnMf will be T 1 ! . . s y m-c- hK-fvJ- ! fumleU. F.end cash ft taent Zvi'F-- O a THE BEST oa (TO OP" THfiil? ALk.I fr 880 FOURTH WHAYKS XV.. mch22-Sr- UOUlSVlLc. CO.. KY. WDNTHLYJlACAXINi. B. Contains n ccmploo navel la cyitv ih s. ber.la nddltloti toa l.inreqnn-fl'j'1.. and entertaining readn. cattcr. ot LIPPINCOm sjeeitf be In t - I I Lumber For Sale! tharc atmr mill, rcw Waco. about three lumber humlted lliousand lectc-- f 1 wilt sH at mi er tewteit oh cars. For wlvk 4. H. WWMAW . Wiwo, Ky. o . Jaly5-3m- . Lorl ;, lUinjU 1 HU and prescribe for fifty thousand woraett this year free of charge. Every suffering woman "Should write for special question iihtuk for women, and hare Dr. IIaftBiana book, 'Health BeaKty." ;A1), dnaggUte ell Pe-m- -s t& iOhC I'rutlcru. every hooschold. 3.ee per your. to-A Beats wanted In to''"- -! It tshonld crs A. PHLABUHIA. The Richmond Climax. A.."njLCftT' Proprietors and Editor. Paris. C E. WOODS, Associate Editor. PERSONAL, Miss Vau Greenleaf is at home from is at- - WEDNESDAY. J ULY26, - 1890, BT Springs. Mrs. Sallio J. Ward Estill PUKLIHI! Kl EVEKY WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing PKICE PKR roit Go. YKAlt, JAILRH. $1.50. ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce JAMBS C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison toanty. subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorixed to announce PETER O I'ARMSU a candidate for Jailer of Madison coanty, subject to the action of the Democratic Charley Meaciiam gets this off in liia Hopkinsville Kentuckian: "Witb a conductor on the ticket, the Republi cs n Salt River excursion next No vein ber will bo 'a personally conducted aflair.' " A Sdutbern Railway will sell round-tri- p tickets from all its stations in Kencoloked Goebel Club of GO mem tucky to Lexington and return at one bors has been orgiinizod at Frankfort, faro for round-triTickets good to '"Brer" Taylor, it seems, will not bo return until August 13, 1890. able to control the negroes in Ken- .Lexington. W. Ii. TAYi.on, They will, on August 1, surrender Mr. firepn CInv. nttnrnAv-nt.lAflin tucky, whom bo objected to being sent Asst. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. their commission as guardians of our ctnuati, is enjoying a visit to his mother post-oill$100,000 Government Buildingand iw delegates to the Inst National con Death c! Robert Brown. in this county. to Mr. Coley C. Wallace, just apvolition. Jessamine Journal. Robert Brown died on Monday, at pointed by President McKInlpy, and Mies Jennie McMirken. of Cincinnati, the placo that knew and loved" their the home of his brother, Coroner 'Mil-waThe Stanford Journal says: There is is the guest of Mrs. Dr. C. S. Holton, G. Brown, this city, after a short presence will know them no more, at on Alain street. no dancer of a bolter's convention in least for the next four years That our illness of consumption. Sixty days ago Mr. Will Harding, of Winchester, old Lincoln, which is one of Uoebel's estimate of tho character and efficiency deceased was in his usual good health, of the retiring postmaster and his but the dread disease, rapid consumporiginal counties. A few who alwavs passed through here yesterday, enroute to uarrard county. equally excellent wife, is not wholly a tion, laid hold of him and he wasted kick, aro kicking but they are becin product of partiality, we will quote Mr. away as a flower in the rays of a Dr. n in; to see that it is a silly perform home Chas. C. Hooker has returned Wallace, who said, "I would rather summer sun. Mr. Brown was a son of much improved from a weeks succeed anybody than Mr. Willis." re- Nat Brown, deceased, and leaves a wife mice and aro ceasing; to do so. stay at Justin Springs. alizing that the public is so pleased and and one child. Burial yesterday in RichMrs. Lewis Hood, of Covington, is satisflod with tbe office under the lat mond cemetery after services at the The temperance editor of tho Climax the guest of her son, Mr. Kuper Hood, ter s administration that it would be the house. learns with gratification that the agent at jji. Winer's. airs. a task to keep it up to its present stand of the American Hible Society sailed Robert Edwin Turley Won. ard ot elllciency. BiggeretafT are Mr. and Mrs. for Manilla a few davs ago. The na with relatives It. E. I Sterling, where Tho shoot off left the inon as they in Mt. are arranged. Dr. Jasper winning third tives who have survived American uiey nave decided to live. place over Harvey Chenault. Thescore whisky and bullets should now beer, Mrs. David A. Chenault, of Louis is the best in the history of the club. be in a receptive mood for the gospel's ville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. T. S There seems to bo renewed vigor and Bronston, on Third street. grace. saving many new members and nearly all the old charter members aro taking active Mr- and Mrs. Harry Scrivener, of enough for those It may be well interest. Next Friday, July 28. the Winchester, spent a few days last week shoot will be 20 birds double shot at Democrats who are afraid that the witii relatives in xuauison. convention at Union Sundav-schoknown angles and 20 birds single shot cause of Bryan and free silver will be Aiiss feteenbercen lias re Speedwell, Augtfst 12. unknown angles. subordinated to the success of the State turned to Gallipoli8, O.. after a visit to -- 20 Robert Edwin Turley Friendship Baptist church will be ticket to bear in mind that everv man Miss Willie Denny, In Garrard. Dr. V. H. Ilobson 20 dedicated, next Sunday, by Rev. J. G. Dr. H. O. Jasper- ....19 on that ticket was a worker for Mr, Miss Florence Shackelford, of Mt, Pearson, of Berea. ...-Harvev Chenault Bryan and tho National ticket in 1896. Sterling, is the guest of her cousin, Rev. W. H. Ziegler, of Pennsylvania, T. T. Covington ...l'i Mr. Goebel was the largest individual Miss bailie White, on tne huuimit, will preach at the Second Presbyterian .....17 W.R. Letcher 11 o'clock. ...-contributor to the campaign fund in the Mrs. Dr. Black, of Knoxvillo. Term.. church Sundav morning at Stan II. Thorpe State, while all the others helped in and Misses Harry and Allie Fish, of Public invited. Lick Water Club. Blue Stanford, aro visiting relatives at White On July 30 the Friendship Baptist various ways. 15. J. Newlon in Owen Mall. Many of our citizens are oxtremolv church, ten miles southwest of Richton Herald. fond of Bluo Lick water, the finest Mrs. John Everett and son and Miss mond, will be dedicated. Rev. J. G. sulphur water on earth, and they could JriMiE Wit. Pryor, Justice of Lida Burgess, of Mayfield, are the Parsons, of Berea church, will preach n and would drink a each per the dedicatory sermon. guests ot the Court of Appeals, than whom there county. Mrs. Tliomas Baldwin, this day li it wero obtainable at less than Uncle Joe Hopper is holding meetthe rotail price of 5 cents per glass. A is no more honored citizen in the Coin Richardson, tho ings Miss Johnie the Race Horse Chapel. Dick clubof four or six could chip in a small inouwenlth, in a recent conversation, charming visitor It. Miss Lizzie Feeny, Reddatthinks he will have ill converof prorata sum and have abundance of the when it was suggested that he might returned to her home in Lexington sions and the old sinners like Moses healtli-givinrefreshing delicious Randoff will have to come in or tako to be a compromise candidate for Gover Monday. What shall wo say in parting officially water. It costs only $2.75 per half-ba- r with Mr. and Mrs. AVillisV Onlv this. rel, $1 per barrel. Parties interested nor, promptly responded: "I am for Rev. Wm. Crowe, Jr., who has been tbo brush. Lexington Gazette. Rev. Mr. Carpenter, Rector of f 'hrist that the people, of Madison county, ir should call on Mr. C. E. Woods. Senator Goebel. I know him, and visiting his parents, llev. Wm. Crowe. respective oi, race, color, or previous The Bluo Lick Spring's aro open all therefore, I am for him. I had rather Sr., and wife, in Richmond, has re church, this city, and also of Christ condition, join in the wish that, for ev- the year round at onlv S7 per week. church, Winchester, has made many ery turned iionie act of kindness, for overv unselfish On the banks of the famous Licking see him Governor than to be Governor warm Mrs. C. T. Fox is at Olympia Springs, servicesfriends in Richmond and his deed, for every moment and hour spent river, a lovely drive oi ten miles tram myself. Such a man is needed. He are always well attended. He in Bath county, and her friends trust is a i;losn Ktndent. pood mixer. in tne service ot others lor which the Carlisle, on the Kentucky Central rail would make an able Governor." that I.her sojourn will be both -pleasant and his culture and"vit a refinement tender Government never paid, and could road. Write E. C. Hawkins, Blue n-I J anu ueuenciai. him exceedingly attractive in and out never pay, God's blessing may rest in Lick bpnngs, Ky. A dklboatio.n of negroes represent richest abundance upon them and Miss Margaret V. Chenault and sis of the pulpit. ing every Congressional district in ter, Miss Florence, aro Shooting at Paint Lick. theirs. From early morn till dewy at Rockbridge Tho Guild of the Episcopal church of eve, and often till day again, all their Kentucky, called on the members of Alum Springs, Va., where thev summer Saturday's Enquirer had this dis this placo has quite a remarkable re- lives, have they been sowing seeds of patch dated Lancaster: the Republican State Central Commit- ed very delightfully in 1S8C. cord. There are about five or six active kindness, to rich and to poor, and in "uiu rratner. a married man. tee Tuesday night and intimated that Messrs. J. S and C. K. Shackelford members of the society and in the four the hearts of these may a harvest of years of ago, had had some trouble with the colored people would put out an are guests at Linnietta Snrinirs. at teen years of its existence It has made gratitude spring up in years to coine to Robert Burton, a Madison connty man. independent State ticket if Taylor Junction City, Boyle county. Near by from its labors for the church in small bless the model public servants whom Prather was under the influence of ways something over $4,000. The we now bid an anectionato adieu. whisky when he met Burton on the should be nominated. The Butler are mo iamous aium springs. also a remarkable body, track. and jNashville Mr. and Mrs. R. Leo Davis are at church itself is oounty statesman is persona lion grata '99. He drew his revolver andrailroad ball consisting of 22 per- High Brldgo Camp Meeting, July tired, the home from Petoskey, Mich., whither its communicants, with the colored man and brother, and they went on the Kentucky Press out sons, all told, only three of whom are Low rates daily. Queen & Crescent taking effect in Burton's body, who foil men, yet they have a pretty church Koute. special aunday excursions. to the ground. Burton wore no coat they say they will never vote for him. ing, mey report a delightful time. preaching aud no If Tayjor does not get the negro vote Mr. W. W. Watts will go to Kan and maintain the year. service every Seo small bills or ask agents for full person. weapon was found upon his Harrodsburg particulars. Sunday in He was carried to a store near W. U. KtKEAissoN, majority will be 100,000. Goebel's sas on Dusmess. lie will visit his Democrat. by and medical aid called. The doctor G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. niece, iliss .blla rarkes. 'who has n says his wound will prove fatal. A telRev. W. Owsley Goodloe, of HarOun friends hereabouts who oppose nice position as stenographer there. Well Known Citizen Dies. ephone message at 7 o'clock rodsburg, preached at tbe Second Mr. Goebel, honestly bolieving theyare Miss Katie Smith returned on Satur Presbyterian church on Sunday mornAfter a brief illness, so brief that his from the scene of tho shooting, states subserving the cause of Bryan, Black- day evening from a pleasant visit of ing, and conducted union services at death was the first announcement to that Prather is tinder arrest. Deputy loft burn and Free Silver, will still be fair two weeks to Danville, where she was the Methodist church in the evening many that he was sick, Mr. Owen Sheriff William Woodprisoi at once and er guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Smith before a large congregation. His ap lewby died at bis home nearNewby will return with the and honest enough to admit that they the pearance here was greeted with sincere on Saturdav. Burial on Sunday in Burton is a temperate man and nas aiuen. were unnecessarily alarmed, since Mr. delight by the many inends of this familv burying ground. Deceased was many friends." Rev. Owsley Goodloe. Bryan sets at rest all questions as to burg, was the guest of his of Harrods well known native Madisonian, who is a well known citizen, highly esteemed, False Report Corrected. sister, Mrs an able minister and devoted follower and his 6udden end has caused great his attitude toward Mr. Goobel by en- C. O. Smith, on Fifth street, and of Mr. Mat S. Cohen, one of the chief of tho Lord Jesus Christ. His ser sorrow to all who knew Inm. Mr. dorsing the Democratic nominee for Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Miller, on mons were well received, as they were Newby was about 52 years of ago and promoters of tho Madison county fair, was in Lexington Tuesday, aud when Governor. Mr. Bryan declared his be- Sunday. the grand efforts of a great mind and a leaves a wife to mourn his death. asked by The Herald reporter regarding Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rucker cave an consecrated life. lief that the defeat of the Democratic the report that Richmond had declared A Fine Program. Suite ticket in Kentucky would injure elegant dinner to a large number of "What did the people of Bourbon off her fair said: Waco last We are indebted to L. V. Dodgo, the cause of free silver and rentier friends at persons Wednesday, and a county think of the nomination of Ei"My business hero is to cor numoer oi irom tnis city were der Sweeney, of your city, for State President of the Mndison County Sun rect that malicious report and to say harder the fight for Domouracy in present. Auditor by tho Republican State Con day School Union, for a brief synopsis to the good people oi Iventucky VMM. He furtbor says that 6iich defeat Mr. J. Robert RIczs i exnected back vention at .Lexington 7" asked tho En of the program of the convention to be through the columns ot the various would make possible the defeat of Joe y from Erlangor, where ho at- quirer man of a Paris (Ky.) citizen at held Aug. 12, at Speedwell. He writes: papers that tho trotting and Pacini: "The convention will occunv forenoon races have filled very satisfactorily, as Blackburn, and that he could not remain tended yesterday, the niarriace of his the Iiiinery Sunday. silent "when silenco might be con- sister. Miss Carrie Lane Riggs, and Mr. "Oh. thoy mst laughed." replied the and afternoon. A basket dinner will be did the Bankers' $1,000 saddle staflion, Citizen, "and regard it as a good joke. provided. The State Secretary, Prof. mare or gelding stake, and that Madistrued as indifference." This should Albert uuanes. get thirty or lorty E. A. Fox, will be present and partici bweeney Hon. Jerry A. Sullivan left on Fri Democrats out may his large "conereea- - pate. Prominent Sunday School work- son county will have the grandest fair quiet the fears of all thoso who see in of given in Kentucky in years. day for a vacation in the Adirondack tion to compliment (ioubel's olection the downfall of Blacktheir ers from different parts of the connty Mr. Cohen said tho $1,000 sad do Mountains. He may also go to the votes, but that is as farhim with go in will epeak. and several combinations o'f as it will stake should be quite a drawing card. burn, Bryan and Free Silver, and wo White Mountains, in New Hampshire. county. There are so may people singers will help in furnishing music." as it is the ltrgest purse for eaddle horses the Bincerely trust they will go no further to be absent several weeks. like myself, who do not believe that a ever given m lCentucky, and as largo Season Fair Tickets. Miss Marv Mvm-H-. flf Rfnlimnnrl a minister of the gospel should dabble in in their efforts to play into the open as was ever given in the United Season tickets to the Fair gronnds. and that tho lug stake will be States politics. A good many gold Democrats visiting Miss B'esaie Batson Misses' lap of our enemies. shown DorretH Francis, nf Riphmnnft nml in our county have expressed their where the trots, paces and some of the August 2nd, 1899. Florence Rnrnsiflp. nf TVilnk Tj.nvc.ll intention to vote for Goebel, which ring exhibitions will be held, will be will more than oifset Brother Swee- sold for $1.50 for four days. These tickare guests .of Miss Dorcas Leavell Terrific Fall of Rain. ets cover all privileges, including adney's complimentaries." Lancaster itecord. mission to the quarter stretch. By pro- of At 3 o'clock Monday afternoon one Mrs. Mary B. Clav entertained Yes the heaviest rains that ever visited curing a season ticket at $1.50, a man terday iu honor of Mr. and Mrs. Clay saves 50 cents on general admission aud this countv fell near Valley View, doMerrick, of Ohio. Unless rain Dre- to growing $1 on the quarterstretch privileges, or a ing considerable damage ventcd, a large number of Richmond total of $1.50. Call on the drug stores, crops. A terrific rain approaching a LEXINGTON, KY. Yprt Tn iha xcita nf colinrfl- people were present to enjoy the even water spoilt, fell in the Baldwin locality nll Death-orag- e or ing and meet rroi. uiay and bride. mati. Will Ci. VRt. near TCino'stnii nn Treasurer Letcher Secretary before the rush. No complimen- and at this writing the damage cannot dozen-poun, r . . r-, July 11, a girl. May sho taries to any body. Even the officers on ascertained, ilio west bound train ri .witsa .uaiiieouiiiii, oi jucnmonu, one joy pay, from Presidentdown. Ladies and was delayed iour hours on account of a of tho prettiest and loveliest girls in livelong and bean trestle children under fourteen 25 cents ad- being one mile east of Vallev View iveniucKy, was aiureu in a becoming moved about four feet, by the mission. Children tinder 7, free. eown of nink ortrnmlm. ln.p tniwrtin! high waters iu a branch that empties She was the most graceful dancer on into Tates Creek Across tho river in Goes Into Business in Mt. Sterling. i no noor. Mt. sterling bentincl Demo Jessamine county the telegraph wires crat. Mr. R. E. L Biggerstafl, who recent- were torn down by inning timbers that For Bent. ly eeld out his interest in the furniture were Misses Minnie and Annie Cotton across the The store house now occupied by and undertaking business to his partner, result strewn heavy wind railroad, as a of the have returned from a visit to relatives Mrs. L. that accompa 1. Todd on Main street, will Mr. W. S. Oldham, has moved to Mt. nied the rain. at Richmond and in Madison county. bo rented for remainder of this year, Sterling tojro-ontthe same business They will entertain at a house partv Our Valley View correspondent savs: "Tho soveritv of the wind approached tins week in honor of eight of their possession givon July 1st. J. E. in partnership with his brother-in-lamy31-tf- . Gkeenleaf, Assignee. Mr. D. W. Baum. In his removal to a cyclone's force in tho locality one mile cousins from the adjoining counties. Mt. Sterling Richmond loses one of the south ol th'8 placo. Trees were twisted uanviue Advocate. Henry Koehter & Company. most popular of her young business and fences blown down. Such a storm nprnnnf. nf flic 111 Tt.1RRilffltlfnr.nn Lumber dealers of Louisville, Ky., in- men, and his friends hero sincerely retho section re health of one of her1 daughters. Mi?. vite correspondence with Mill men gret to give Bob up. Mrs. Biggorstaff was never witnessed in covered by the ferred to. Tho area W- . Williamtinn will ha nnwnnllnrl Man' .j w . . ..... w vu who have lumber for sale. They buy made many friends here who are j storm was small." to resign her splendid position In John Poplar and Hardwoods in mixe'd cars, by tho double loss of herself wanaiuaKer s iew iorK uuy store, to Dry or Green. Write them. aprtCm Postmaster Selected at Last. and) her husband from our midst. return to Kentucky, probably Coving Mr. Coleman C. Wallace was on Fri Announces For Jailer. A i'lace to go. ton, tu resiue witii ner sister. day last appointed postmaster ElEewhere, in this edition will be mond, to assume charge or at Rich William Madison, tho fivc-veFor luscious bananas, ripe apples, old the office son of Mr. aud Mrs. B. A. Crutcher, cold ico cream-sod- a water, fresh cakes, found the announcement of Mr. Jas. on August 1. The settlement of tho was operated on at the Lexington hos nice candies, tobacco and cigars, go to M. Lackey for jailor of Madison contest over this office gives the greatpital uuesiiay lor nasal trouble, and A. Diuelle, next door to old Post Office. county, subject to tho action of the est satisfaction. Mr. Wallace is all Democratic party. Mr. Lackey is too that could bo asked in a public official when he returns home his friends both Restaurant open day and night. well and favorably known to tho Dem- and we like to think that we old and young hope the euro will be. a aprl9-5i- n ocrats of Madison county to need an such a gentleman to deal shall havo permanent one. Jessamine Journal. In Big Cattle Transaction. introduction. He is at present our ex- saying this we do not forget with. the that Miss Carlisle Chenault. on Thursday Last week J. S. Collins shipped over cellent jailer and is filling that respon- other applicants, Messrs. Adama and last, gave another of the several handsible office i some parties which have rendered the It. N. I. & B. to Boston. 320 export satisfaction with credit to himself and Smith, would have graced the position to all Cumberland Heights an ideal place for cattle, averaging over 1200 poundr, we predict he will parties. If carefully with credit and satisfaction to tho pub continue to the enjoyment of young folks. A great nought in this county at 44 to 5 cents. fulfill all the duties required of him. lic All wero our friends personally, and all had strong endorsements. We have just completed our new Mantel many ot ner niciimond inends were Mr. Collins is very much gratified at And it will be the pleasure of manv to Capt. Smith's declining health forbade Room and believe you will agree with us present and spent a perfectly delightful the outlook for other big shipments from Madison, and if he procures all vote for his nomination this time 'who his continuance ot the light for the when we say it is the most complete and evening. now has his eyes on here, it will felt constrained to vote for others two place, aud he retired, in favor of Mr. he perfect show room In the State. years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Smith. Jr.. leave $80,000 in Madison. Wallace, who will give MissMariawillie nave issued engraved announcements A Real Live Specimen From the Klondyke. Smith an important clerkship iu tho of the arrival of their daughter. Miss office. Turnpike Officers Elected. Elise Bennett Smith, July 'thirteenth. A Santiago hero or Klondyke surMr. Wallace's victory is a trreat meeting of the stockholders of vivor all look alike a us temperate triumph, rendered so The to On the second floor, we have gathered an isuu. liie cards are tied together with bv the superb Richmond and Lexington uirii.ikn zone landlubbers. Sometime ago a dorbenients held by his opponent, en- tiny white satin bow. and their the assortment that holds everything made Mr was held in Lexington last Wednesday sick soldier from Cuba rested his weary Adams. in the way of Wood Mantels, Tiles, Grates friends will long treasure these pretty The with and resulted in the of Mr. frame and regained his health at our tho President latter went downStatefr. and fire place trimmings. Every finish, mementos. of the United S. S. Parkes, of this city, as President, excellent Infirmary, going on his every style, every pries. If you aro build-in- ;, way enator Hanna, National Chairman Cant, and Mrs. J. Speed Smith left on Briglit, of this city. rejoicing. But a regular you are remodeling, If you want Thursday last for Rockbridge Alum and Mr. Lacey L Klondyke !ol. Dick. State Chairman Barnett, it one or a dozen mantels this is the place Springs. Va.. where it is honed the Secietary and Treasurer. The company tray el er is not so common a spectacle as Sam Roberts, Conirressuian Boreincr tocumc. Our inducements are as follows: Captain's health wjll bo greatly bene- - has sold all its pike property except tho a soldier or sailor of tho Spanish war. and others pledged to him. It w.is a handsome toll bridge at Clay's Forry. Hence the return last week of our fel- great contest, but fcenator Deboe, Mr. ntteci. in mis nope tne entire commulow citizen, Mr. John Taylor, from the Wallace's champion, plaved a trump Th3 Best in Every Grade, nity heartily joins, for Capt. Smith is The Whole City ShuM Gs frozen zone was the occasion of extra- card when he trankiy told the Presi one of those genuine gentlemen whom Thero will be a picnic given for the ordinary interest He entertained his dent he would oppose Adams's confir T&e Most Liberal Treatment, everybody calls his friend. benefit of tho Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, friends with thrl lling narativea of his mation m the fcenato and block other Judge J. C. Chenault, accompanied of Richmond, Ky.,at SiateLick Spring, journey to the gold fields, and exhibited through the caba'. that The Lowest Prices. by Mr. H. W. Elliott, chief inspector on Saturday, July 29. Everybody is in- a wallet of pure gold dust and nuggets appointmentsbrother .Senators on such exists among of mineral lands for tho L. & N. rail- vited to coine and bring n basket well that could bo held in a table-spoopersonat Questions. The President hail We only ask that you consider this line road, of Birmingham, Ale, left yester- filled with something to oat. Hons. valued at $49. Theso specimens ho lo yield, and hid personal choice wan before you buy. Wo guarantee to quote day for Brush Creok to examine ;the Curtis V. Burnam.Jns. B. McCreary, carries with him simply to add zest to sacrificed. you lower prices than yon can hope to in that section belonging to Jnmes W. Caperton, W. B. Smith. G. W, his stories which aro too trtio and ter' It is not to bo inferred that the Prcsi. secure elsewhere. Look around, get coal mines composed a company of J. Stone Walker, Young, are invited to bo present and rible, without tbe real stuffbeing exhib- dent had might against Mr. Wallace. others' prices and then see xtf . Dr. G. W.Evans and J. C. and Har- - deliver short addresses on Charity In ited, to tempt a warm-bloode- d man so He on y desired to reward Mr. Adama voy Chenault. the forenoon. In the afternoon the far from Foxtown. for services rendered the partv bvUiia enjoy Mr. Taylor owns five most desirable paper, particularly for his having Mr. Clarence Ti. Williamson, of At- young people may Band" dancing as tho Paint Lick String has offered its claims about CO miles north of Dawson and persistently advocated lanta, left yesterday after a pleasant visit to Prof. J. D. Clark and other services free. Come one, cpmo all, and City, and he left on Monday for tho Mr. .McKinley'H nomination ongbefbro let us have a good, hearty handshake purpose of working them. the cam naien opened in '06. The loss frinnds hero. lie is a son of Itov. 'C. I I f I I I PI I M Y He returned to civilization; to Jiavo of thoofllce, while a justaudadawrvod P. Williamson, formerly of this city and enjov ourselves one day in the name ol Charity. If not enough sul- hia eyes treated compliment to his opponent, laavoH and is now in tbo legal department of phur water thoro will be pleutyof good, having almost been destroyed. Tho Mr. Adama still in the craccn of the the Southern railway. Mr. William-o- n clean, ice wnter. Admieeioa 25 TV V T T f f a TVttf. cents thermometers there do business atiO to PowerH that be. and if ho shall' takls of KeBtucky Utiiver-eit- y It's for all ptrwrns 12 years old and over, 70 belqw wsro, ftnd ice cream his defeat gracefully the future wJH m sad a fulMbdftad lawyer. under 12 yn'vUl imtt nil oevr two U eat a it .is to roakt?, owing w!.Jtfe ply, raward him for hia Imhdvior dtidfr . .i .if. .,.. .... .a . " .If . ... . ... k h iM faaiUr iU 1h adttluwl kit. MMttUf frf Milk. 7" tiu KyjfiKcIrouairtaacwt ' . . p. rd - Miss Nora Azbill 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 Knllio Wiggins aro visiting mends at Union. Mrs. Widncy Cobb is at home from a delightful visit to Tennessee. Mr. Harvey Fesrl, of London, Is on a visit to mends at .Kingston. Dr. T. J. Taylor spent several da-- s .. . . T ! iii.ii. hcck in jjuuisviiie uii uumiiess. Miss Mary f.ittle is at home from a pleasant vi6it to friends in Louisville. Mr. Robt. S. Tavlor has returned from a ten days stay at Estill Springs, Ir. Joe Myers came over from George town last weeK and called on the Cli max. Mr. H. M. Donnelly, of New Lon don, Mo., is visiting relatives at Wa laceton. Mrs. Elmer Deatherace has for a guest her sister, Miss Ethel Heacox, of 1 T 1 iourning at Crab Orchard. It will doubtless be news to Dr. Burgin, that Ins "health is precarious," as stated in a local contemporary. When last seen, a week or so ago in tbe physical exer-cis- o class of Prof. C. Rucker Adams. Dr Burgin was in the pink of physi cal condition, tne envy ut all tne class Mr. Milo Shanks ;ieft on Friday for Washington to resume Ins lucrative position in the Government Printing Office. Althoueh he was here ostensibly to participate in tiie nomination for governor, we should not be surprised. as a result of these visits, to be com pelled to write before long, "Mr and Mrs. Milo Shanks." A charming dance was given at the Mnson Hotel in honor of Miss Gnine's houseparty. Good music was furnished and the youngsters will long remem ber tho occasion. Tho list of young loiKs printed in the Lancaster itecord embraced the following from Richmond: Misses Bessie Turley. Emily Chenault, Earl Chenault, Kathnne Smith, and Messrs. Turley, Tevis, Fe- land, (Jhenault, and Wagers. Mrs. B. L. Middelton's entertainment on Thursday was the occasion of a large outpouring of fashionable society to attend one of tho swellest and most enjoyable events of the season. Mrs. Middelton, as hostess or guest, is certain of winning tho kindliest pf comment, and this was no exception to thej-uleHer pretty home was radiant with the beauty of our city in evening costume, and the occasion will dwell long and pleasantly in the memo ries of'all who were present. A fashionable wedding of Iocalinter-es- t is that to occur in Lexington tomorrow 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, broth er of the late Robert Miller. His mother was Miss Sallie Miller, a noted beauty of this place. Mr. Herr is a native of liloomington, III., while his bride-to-b- e is .a member of one of the first families of Fayette county. Yesterday the groom's mother tendered a tea to the bridal partv. The groom's cousins. Mrs. Stanton Hume. Misses Sallie and Bessie Miller, of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Winn, of Winchester, will attend the wedding and tho social functions leading up to it. After the cere mony Mr. and Mrs. Herr will go to Mauiton Springs, Colorado. Ring Out The Old, Ring in Tho New. Unless our engraver has disfigured beyond recognition their handsome physiognomies, we need not so much as say that the picures herewith aro those of tho widest known and most The constant care causes sleeplessness, popular couplo in Madison county, loss of appetite, extreme nervousness, and B. and Pattie Dejarnott Willis. that tired feeling. But a tvonderfut change comes 'when Hood" s Sarsaparilla is taken. It gives pure, rich blood, good appetite, steady nerves. Jo-si- "Woman's Work is Never Done." Colored Boy Accidentally Hangs Himself. T Mf J A till f Ft. N. I. ti B. Reorganized. Tho reorganization of tbe R. N. I. & B. railroad took place in Louisville last week, at a meeting of the new board of directors, one of whom is Hon. Jas B. McCreary, of this city. It is expected that the completion of tho road from Irvine to Beattyville Will bo begun at once, and finished by January 1. The road will be known as tho Louisville & colored lad employed by Capt. John R. Pates, as houseboy, accidontly hanged himself at Capt. Pates' residence, on Broadway, last Wednesday. The little fellow, with a companion, had been playing in a plum tree durT ing the forenoon, and had a leather strap belonging possibly to a telescope or valise, which was tied to a iiuiD m the tree, the strap passed through tbe buckle, making a loop. It was thought bv the coroner's 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 forgetting or not thinking of ids perilous position, lost his balance, the jug slipping out from under his feet, leaving him dangling in the air. The jug on which he was standing was thrown to one side, indicating in every way that tho boy had met death as abovo s'tated. As soon as discovered, Dr. Jasper was summoned, but medical attention failed to resufcitate the boy, ho having been dead for more than thirty minutes. Charles-Rigg- Robert Smith, a CLOTHING - STO I Having removed from First Street to large house ou Main Street,, next to J. G. Taylor Sons, we are better prepared than ever to show the Jiewst and finest line of Atlantic. s Nuptials. Half Rales to Lexington Account Horse Show, Fair And Carnival. On August 8 to 12 inclusive, the RELJCjIOUS. ol At the Fifth streot Christian church, Covington, yesterday at 11 a. ni., Prof. Albort Charles and Misa Carry Lane Riggs, of Erlanger, Ky., daughter of Mr. David Riggs and sitter of Prof. J. Robert Riggs, wore united in wedlock. in the presonce of only immediate relatives, departing thereaftor over tbe grand truuk route for an extended bridal tour of the northern lake resorts and Canada. September 1 the yourg couple will beat home'at Vasalboro Maine, where the groom is principal of tno ".friends UaK iirove" school. Prof. Chirles is, we hear, just such a gentleman as the friends ot this bride would expect her to admire, a gentleman of christian character, refined. manly, scholarlv. He is a graduate of Earlhara and Havorford colleges and a student of the University of Jena, Germany. Of tho brido it is not necessary to speak among those who know and "love her presence. She is all thnt could bo wished in womankind, and tho high estimate of her character and accomplishments, an estimate common to those who know her here and elsewhere, receives tlia stamp of genuineness when it is said that "Miss Riggs was the first woman at Wellesley last year." quoting from an impartial source. To tho brido and groom, tho devoted father and brother, the well wishes of all are extended. Ever opened in Richmond. "We have a few goods left we brought from, our First Store that we will sell at YOUR own price as long as thej' last- - Our fejj Item new goods are of the Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods I LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES. And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit. Don't buy ui ttil yon have seen our goods. We guarantee to sell you more goods and. better quality for the money than ever you got before. Our CUSTOM TAILOEIUG DEPARTMENT Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened. Suits to measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from $10.00 per Suit up. Call and see us and save money at in Richmond Main St., Next door to Farmer's Nat. Bank. The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher ma33-r- 19 11 Low Rate him Ask DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS. ex-!hi- ef half-gallo- To Chautauqua, N. Y., July 28, Via Qiicpii A Crescent Route, (Erie It. It. and HigFour Koute from Cincinnati ) Great opportunity to visit this beautful c, educational and summer resort. agents for full particulars. m woer s Men's Pants at. j- - Fill The House with GROCERIES from our stock and every cent expended in their purchase will grove to ho woll spent. Quality is tho mainstay of our business. We never let that deteriorate. Prices may vary witii the markets fluctuations but wo make tho best deals possible and give our customers the benefits of all advantages obtained. Yours for cash, ALIVE are now offeringyou 20 per cent, or h olf on everything in our very large stock of Wall Paper, from 5c per bolt "We one-fift- Men's Suits at sl MOTTAWC! More g $2 00 up (5Ue. Boy's Pants at jjoys suits at up W Inc. up im u , 2, srttk Gent's Laundred Shirts, assorted onlorK. 21-3- E. Deatherage & Co. f on up in price. Gent's Undershirts Gent's Drawers Ladies' Vests Ladies' Pants Jowels Corsets Ladies' and Gent's Linen Collars'.'.'.'. Cuffs--- o. 20c-- ! 3c-u- p ISc! 5c V. uj, up 4$ 3V 5V A N0TI0E! All nerROns Dtirchaslnir anv nmdurt raised nn the farm ottheunderaiKtied.aro hereby warned td pay me, and no other representatives ot my lamiiy iur same. Jly2G-l- Summer Prices iVlid On everything in our Suspenders Asst. Colors in Silk Parasols T,, Ladies' White Aprons Buggy wnips !l0c.' up 15c. up 5c. up w MRS. HOWAHD W. COKNELISON. line. Get prices from all the cities then cret ours and 3rou will see ours will be the lowest. Wo v' 85r iV3?1, 00101,3 Babv Ribs .... in By's Waists ice. up up oc up 25c. up 69c. to-da- v 0 W j. ire screens i0c. un AM 1 r ul'. 111 j .lis. 0 DR LTNE OF LADIES GENTS AH VU1LDKUjS"S SLIPPERS AND SHOES ARE MORE VARIED AND LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE. Call and see them. IN RIBBONS. bolts of the C. A$ Horse Show FAIRAN1VA AUGUST AT The Greatest Show of its kind ever known in tbe Blue Grass handle nothing but tho best grades, We make to order all kinds of of Paints in any color. We make to order all kinds of Window Shades We make to order all kinds of Picture Frames, Wall Paper, Paints Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Glass, etc Stock tho largest and prices al ways the lowest. We have a few & Co. 's Ribbon on hand which we will close out at No. 16, 10c; No. 40, 15c; No. SO, 20c. AW if "j 2M AT. I1IX STREET. CiF.Brower&Co RICHMOND, KY. BIRTHS. nr d ever-prese- Dates, 812, 1899 Dissolution Notice! The firm ot BlgKersUO & Oldham has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. R. E. L. BlRgerstaf! retiring. All persons knowing themselves indebted to us mil call and settle at once. Accounts not settled by August 15 will be placed with a collector. We need the money and the old business must be closed up. Persons having accounts against the old firm, or the individual members, will present same at once for payment. R. E. I. BIGQERSTAFF, n. O. UL.UUA31.Julyl2-lJuly 8, 1899. LEXINGTON One Fare Round Trip from all points in Kentucky, via the See our stock of Corsets before you bu "We can please you with R. & G. Armoside, W. B. Rob Roy, Dr. Norsah. IN HATS AND CAPS. Men's Black Felt Hats Men's Nico Straw Hats Boy's Nice Straw Hats Men's and Boy's Caps 25c. up "A piaii), UiVan)ibed Tale." LOCAL. QUEEN & CRESCENT 5c up t1)l ROUTE Ask. Ticket Agent for particulars W. C. RINEARfON iou. np ii. 5$ C f. A. CINCINNATI er Hemp Rults Brussels. IT MUST BE DONE we ...10c up ...44e up ...25o up IN CARPETS. Unions Jute Mattings A. Uoc. up 15c. up lOc. up it Ay 3t v-tf- IN HARDWARE. Knives and Forks, per set Cake Turner. Flies.. .. Tablespoons 3!c np 4c. 3c- - ar Without intention to wound anyone whatsoever , tako this public method to say emphatically that wo need the money due us, and we must have it. If all accounts are not promptly settled yo will positively be compelled to resort to stringent measures. jiyxsMw un Fish Lines. Fish Hooks Curltnir Trnn lc. ench lc. doz In in t ?j MSTf 6c setup 4$ C0YINGT0N, ARNOLD & BR0. g The Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade, E. V. ELDER. 5f AGENT FOR McCALL PATTERNS. In The Annex 0, 0; 10, Lexington Horse Show Fair, Carnival 111 II and 12, 1899. THE SOUTH. EI3GEGT THING EVER INAUGURATED Southern Mutual . ksW k, $25,000. GiYcri Away in Purses and Premiums OF LrBXINGTON, KY. $160,000 PAID IJVLIVIjYG BENEFITS $ 65,000 RESERVE AND SURgLVS. PLAI FOR LIVE STOCK. AMUSEMENTS: .Diving Elks, Diving Horsps, High Bicycle Dive,. 5 Tai . Guideldss Wonders, 5 Bucking Elks, 5 Driving Elks. The World's fair Midway Rivalled r v hm li hmi o! es rJ.RrniWprPn UII ft . M con-sidten- With All the Dbjcctlooabro Features Eliminated. For catalcsues, premium lists, c;;try b'.anks and all Information, adores, prticul&rg apply to We pay the asm profits to the living that Insurance Com-pBipay to the etttatos of deceased. Largest profit consisteut with safety and conservatism. Every precaution for the protection of tho investor. For lilllf forBnow-bHndnos,o- ts E. W; SHANKLIN, t . Secretary, Ky. 75. SMITH BOWMKN, SKCRETANY. LKXIMttTON. . 1 - . Trm ... ; , Lexington, MU.S,A.T.KILWOK. Locat Kcnt,Eicfamooa,Ky. KY. . -- wmmmmmmmm TK . ... SUPPLEMENT. ". THE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND, : SUPPLEMENT. VOLUME 26. ,A?.-P!;5::::HHH- MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1899 NUMEEK 8. - V'..:: 4ee.. ) :t :::H::: ss :!:::::::::::::::::::?::::::: THIS Y EEK'S : , 3 a Suecifll Leaders $e... 6Sa OA " DOWT FORGET IT " " sa 9 a -- 09 Reduced Prices., eestt Summer oa o 0!J a a a a a ot... atolaXs... - ta 'C9 o a" 0ta... 6e... GO sse... .8 "a ea a oa o a a a Choice Sfc3lcs in Lawns, Dimities,- .Wash Crepons, , Piques, Ginghams, and Percales. All going sit SLAUGH- a a a ale a ea a ea .... TER PRICES 6e... e" 0OM ) oa oa og a a a eg ... ).. ea ea eg ea CUT PRICES OX ALL 8 ea ea ea ea oe.... a)a... Aea... Cc ea ea C9a. a... o.. ace... ooe... 00 oa ea 06 e 9te. "Women's Tun and Black Oxfords, regular oe... ; 60e... price Sl.50, can be purchased in- the next Tk Days for $1.00 All others - SO ea a a a 9 etf wa ea oo CO 0)R rod need.-- . ea eo eo e aa... oe... ea ea s ea at... cee... oae... oa... Oaa... Oae... a... All sizes, good qualit', at Cost. And remember our Clothing. Suits complete at Wholesale Prices. eo eo eo ca ea co te eo 09 9 ' ... te eo as ...ea eo e SCM Ce... 3lB3 U gSKHfl- Slflk Mc-Kee- oe eo es eo ea oe oae... ae... ea... aa... Oae... oae.. Ota ae... Oae... ae... ae... ae... ae... ae... aae... Take advantage of this Re's duction Sale. Come to when you want to save money. Respectfully, ea 09 ea 03 eo eo 00 let ae... ae... ae... aea. eo 8 oe ed eo ...oi eo eo oe GO a CO ae... ea . ,. . :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Jaiiaaaieaeaaeaeeaeeeeeeeeeeeee)oaeaaat eass6oeaaaaot)asaasoooetecaea j 5e 7 oe djjs QKS .. . 4 J th , I'M, ji-u- DOLLAR lllMd?l 4a i IkUIVMY i.t-- t, . t m 1.111 rnui ! rMri irrMrDitlt 4aj& " eiti to orD th frlhV 4 ttr nprrlNl clTcr prlcCt S3lo7Sy : ir I. .3 . . ir- SPECUL 90 DAYS' PRICE n -i. fieta : hiv a. O '? F irz rrr rf on tr-- f ti' ;i tr - wioidii the lclr t x 1WJ5 sn TTtrTrST ibon, whlcii .'...VT.ytU cktuK- 'li :irXN ) ,fuml'htHl iLhal ill UelM mtrro-nUknl illci Itxl-iT'i7 nMIrn ImjtrovemnL W- fartoUh frr a kaS- af ea ell U Jnl ! IvtrmcLlaa hak jhM1b4. liUNTEEO 2S YEARS. 'SSLUV. (" hy tho written btndtncr attlcr)Ddltlon(io( which If iruarant. an i:iTont i fuilr tt frr rrfcarrr. Try it one month ntl it reium your monnj iiyoii are no pnciijr txL VX olthm orcns will U o!d ftl Xl.:i. Ki: AT OM K. !MlXfT HCT.XY. 0 'tiflEUADlUTYIS ESTABLISHED n . ttnir vttth uievk imir ncVhioriXMit U8.wiit i k Corn Eirinft-- 1 J?t. Dank, Chi?0; or 'IrmAn Guhacrc Dnk Krw Yorkj nrjLnyxftllro"Ioreiprr ! Of c i ,a iit Mi C1itrff(i, arBMl f orr 920O.thHl.IKi, ocipy entiif one AT th Ur?et buinw lo In rU505, ClIMi! ( AiS.oa 4 bnlMiuc. Wk KfixuftfUSS to nrt'mnl"TncrtTi.Mxip-pieinoHror- n "ruanpKno n' vprrriunt; In rntii intnimcnt t owct hHMl Ur. Wrtforfrt ' 'U. trt Jl ) SERS9 ROEBUCK & CO. AtMmut. (Inc.), Fulton, Dejp!ainesnd Wavnun htftrt,lLaclil C r lior-Sts- - CHICAGO. rtllkUfc KttUr.J L- 3 Keep Mi U IeU, have iust received a number of Refrig- orators, Ice Boxes, Water CoolOi s, White MounUiiu Ice Cream lrcoiei s, Wo. Cjp v inp: ii All kinds i.f Fish-s- Tack It ; Hooks to catch !l everything Channel Mud Cat. to you about Did we evor.sny N(LC tiling" anr' the Well, we will see you later, Call and see us. i 'is. 11 MS M Main STitELr, Hichmond, Ky. VM mm i w MS its w M us 'ML' Nit' J uteretl for fompetlilun. will bti furnit.li (HI. To winner c f a Wheel, barCheap Excursion Id Old Point Comfort. WALK, Till) I' AND CANTISIL i roper therefor on iiiaklua ap- row rate frolli TlliKl 'o first High School and Uaitetl Horses not The riicsapenke nntl Ohio Hallway iilit'ation to tint l'rpflduiit or Secretary . 2 0 will rim' Us pct'oiitl otctirsion to Old FOU OOVKltNIlK, Street d lowed lo exhibit To be Judged b 21. Tile Secretary is prohibited fron HON. WU.I.TAM GOKnETj, 07. Best Jack, any ago, to be shown Point Comfort, Va . Oil Tuesday, July their soundness, conformation, maureceiving by express or mail and exhili- on Irvine Street, between 1st and 2nd. 25th. Ticket" will bo $1; for the OF KKNTON-- COUNTY. lers, actioti ami gates. !Qoods 111 iiii g any articles to bn shown. 24. Heat llihte of tteltllltg 15 2 or un at 9:30 a. m.. $5. round trip, good going on both morn m . FOU MKUTKNANT C.OVKUNOH, ' (IS. Best Jennet, tiny age. shown at ing ami evening regular trains, and der. Up tl carrying ICO pounds, i'lo to The Afisoclalloti oifilrs a premitllil of J. C. W. UECKAJt, cornet lrviiieUllilsJtid BtrCet,at 10 a.m.. ood returning 21 days. Stop overs will $10 to srjftititl. a solid silver eun (value 1U CO) to all first. oi' xki.suiV County. ne granted lit anv station east ofKa EAj.l KxmniTioss 0x STisfcfrr Ali-- 51.G9. horses that umbo a n curl of 2:30 m Best Marti Jlntl Mllle Colt S. nawha Fn'ls oil return trip. Old Point SOI.BTEI.Y PliEB. FOU AtTOUNKY r.KNUKAI,, etter, provided the animal had impi-vinu- s 70. Best Mule Colt tinner 1 year old, Comfort offers tnnie attractions this R. J. UKKUKlXHIIKiK, record as good as '2: JO; conleM- SECOND DAY. rft 1 a. in., $5. year than ever before- Being tho most OF JIOYI.E CUNTY. ants for these premiums to start bet wt en 71. Best .Model Stnllion, mare or prominent Naval bifstt during our heats. Notice of intention to start mus CSTAtS:30n. m. Band will tive an gelding, shown in front of W. O- - Old war with Spain, it h fitting that the FOR AUDITOU, be given to the Secietaty the day before open air concert in front of Couit ham & Co.'je Store, st 11:30 a. in.. $20. aptured ships and trophies should be GUS COULTEU, the trial, accompanied by an entrance t ctt e for 30 mi, utes. 12, 1T00N 8RA1TD BOLLOCK iroiight there. A number ot our ves Ol'OUAVKS COUTY. fee of $10 00. Ti.o following will be shown in the now at Norfolk Navv Yard. Asseneiou and Pantcbtiie I.eap at niain sels are Persons paying entrance money in store of K. Dentherage & Co.: No other trip filers such a diversity of FOU TJIKASOKKK, .. 2jD0 entrance of Fnir Ground. speed rings will Iks furnished by the 25 Best Caraiiipl 'ake pleasures, mountains, seashore, rivers S. W. IlVGEU. 1 00 Secretary with badge for themselves 20 Plale Beaten BUcllIt . . . and i. can, as docs n trip to Old Point OF BOYD COUNT If. 1 00 and grooms free. AH grooms and at 27 Pei:k Corn ear (wliite) The following rings will be shown at t'omfort. Send in your name at once 1 00 tendants attendingstock to he exhibited 28 I'eck m iu ear (yellow) . KOlt SEIJKiri'AUV OF STATE, the Fair Ground beginning promptly at for sleeping car reservations 1 00 . . in lings will be charged regular ail i) Dozen CAI.HU 1JUK(1K1NU1UK HILL, Geo W Bauxev, 12:30 p. in. 1 00 !0 Three S'qilaslles . . ... , mission to the grounds. OF OLA UK COUNTY. Div Pass. Airent, Lexington, Kv. , 1 doX'in . . . SADDLE HOItSI'X Complimentary tickets in exchange 31 Tomaioe-i to CO 1 Peek Irish Potatoes . . 72. Sinhioii., Alitro or Gelding, aiiy FOU COMMISSIONER OF AOUIOUI.TUUK with other Kentucky Fairs will bo sent 1 00 a.e.$25autl$10. doxeu lleuts . . . to the Ptesidcnt and Secretary, but all :3 One-ha- lf N ALL, I.N. 1 (X) 73 other olllcers wishing to attend will be U Three heads Uabhage . Alare or Guiding, 4 yearn old or county. ok jEia-KusoTho following to be shown in the over 520 and So furnished by application to ns through FOU BUP'T. OF 1'UUJ.IO INSTUCTION, their Secretary. The object of this rule lore tif Hurst & Fo ler, to be made of 74. stallion 3 ycaM old ait I under 4, U to keep no one away, but to prevent tin ir Horn : 11. V. McCllESNKY, $20 and $5. OF MVINGTON COUNTY. our complimentary tickets being sent to Bet White Kaisin Cake. . . $2 50 75. Sullioti 4 years old and over, !j IJesf Layei Cuke many who do not attend. 2 50 $25 and $5. FOIt 1CA1LUOAI) COMMIbMOKEK, 3D. UIST. Fifty cent per day will be charged Special piemium by U. M. Willgmg, 70. Alare or Gelding 3 years old and COL A- - V, HAMILTON, stalls during the week of the fair to be shown in Ids store. under 4 20 and $5. OK JIT. STKKLIXO. 37 Best specimen Oil Paintiug, Pict Willi the fallowing exceptions: 77. Double Team regardless of sex, Bedroom Suites, Dressers, Rockers, ami in Horses that start in a race, or make ure Frame, valued at $" color or owneishij. $25 and $10. fact everything to be found in a First-Clas- s FOU UKPItKSKNTATIVE, 38 Best specimon Water Color, Pict tlienif elves elligidle to start, shall have 5?" All Exhibitions on the HON. W. W. COMBS, Furniture House. These goods he nulls with bedding free. ure Flame, valued at $5. MADISON COUNTY. Corn, hay and oati.maybehadnthe Sjtecial premium by 15. W. Turner, Street Absolutely Free. are rare because of style exceptional to hcshnvtii iu his store. urnuiids at market prices. because of PRICE. ANNOUNCEMENT 1 he stalls ire i. umbered and will be 30 Beet specimen ISattenbttig Lace. FOURTH DAY. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. assigned in rotation. Stalls not en 633 Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE 40 Iland-pniute- d China. $3. JOHN u CHENAULT a candidate for County gaged until paid for. Judge, subject to ttie action of the Democratic special premium by AlntS Cohen, to decial Premium byj AlcCnnu & Deatl.-erag- e. Free rojies for hitching will bo furn party. ished by the Association for nil who be shown iu B W Tumor's Mine. 5eSmi::I!B to be shoAli In their niore. 41 ttcst specimen Kensington paiut-- J tlesiio to nee them, and reliable men TOR COUNTY CLEniC, 78 ciiillowe.s, olio lamp Boqnetof Good Washing Soap, We are anthorited to Announce ARCH ttill also take care of horw!s.at a reason' ing, do. vanii d at $5. KAVANAUQH DOTY forCmlut.- Clerk, sttcject ;tble Compeiif-atloPure water, and skillful Special piemium by T. IJ. Collins to 71). to the action Of the Democratic Patty. Itest Hl.ick Cuke, toilet set v.du hands are combined In the 1m hIioWII iu Ids store We arc authortid to auuounce C. M. ed at $3. a candidate for Coulity Clerk, subject 12 IWt Chocolate I ake . .S2 00 pedal Piemiiiui by B. L Mlddluiou, PRICES OF ADMISSION. to the action of the Democratic Fatty. 43 linked llpm We are authnrieeri to announce D R. TEVIS 2 00 diuggist, to ne shown in bis stoic, a candidate for County Clerk -- subject to the The rull Httainod isgrati-f.ri- n 1. No money received at gates Pos 41 Two bottles Ky. Grape Wine action of the Democratic party. 80. For tint beat wrilleu signature to our patrons. AH i To be shown on Alain street, between and address, $2. itively no person, will be permittid tt) work is iiwfectly laltndrlcd FOB SHbRlFF. Second anil Third, at U o'clock a. in. enler the grounds without a ticket. Griggs by Dunc-itiSecb.l Premitim ami returned promptly. We are authorized to annonnce JOHN P. 4,'i Best Hull any ago . . . SI0 0 hVery, feed and sale stable, cor Vt auo WAGEKH a candidate for Sheriff of Madison For (ietitlemaii and boysoerl4 W0 make a sjieei dtv of Pnllirs, county subject to the action of the Democratic TROTS and 3id stieets. Lyears oltl 50 cents. t:ull's, and Shirts. Also Ladie6 party. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. 82. For the ugliest horse hitched in Shirt Waists. 3. For Ladies and children 7 vears 2:18 Class $400 BALLARD, of White Station, a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the actiob of the Democratic and tinder 11, 25cpnts; Children nmler 2:27 Class 400 their stable, 4ih day of fair $2. RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY. party. Special Premium by Tnomas Gibson, 7 years free. No cbargo at the gate for 2:3.-Ci400 You have horse sense. Then don't be a donWe are acthSrized to announce SIAUTIN 400 ivery feetl and sale stable, main street. SEKO US OHE DOLLAR 3:00 l lass GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madiann private conveyances. key and go pay out $60 or $70 for a macounty, subject to the action of the Democratic WOO 9 KKSSUtUta 83. For the man and wife whocouies if lt90 ltler freight C O.I J. nubject tlUL 1U 4. All public hacks carry ingparsen- - 3: i -- ild Class 300 LOOK 81UTX, by toexAmituUlori. party. is at longest dis'ancc to the fair on 4;h your freight chine when you can buy one for half umuie Weare anthorized to announce P. TS. TIRO An. irers to the grounds for 10 cents and re It. B. Terrill Purse for Yearlings, $150. tho DUS a candidate for Sheriff fif Madiaon roniitv. depot and If day and hitches in his stable, $2. turn for 10 cents, will be admitted to that price. You can get a machine like PACES subject to the actit n of the Democratic party. lounu periecv-t- y BAtUiMtory Special Premium by Douglas & Sim the grounds free, lint drivers and con 2:24 Class m4 lh prfttct S300 the above cut, with which wc will mons, to be shown iu their store. ductors required to pay regular admis- 2:30 Class FOR ASSESSOR. liAlS yon 300 ever for Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD sion each day. Hacks required to keep 84. For the oldest bicycle that comes or he nl Sj3T" The program nLthe races will be HAM a candidate for Asessor of Madison of. pay Ui to the fair on the 4th day, $2. county subject to t'i action of the Demo- displayed catds indicating "Fare 10 tUHl-IIarranged after the entries close and the cratic party. 8:30 a. m. band will give an open air cents. list willbe piiuled. which will be final We are authorized to announce JAS. I.. a RlPn concert iu front of court house fur 30 5. Positively no return tickets uiven The program BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison will be arrang-- d as neni county subject to the action of the Demo- at the gates. Patties leaving the as jHissible Willi day between classes, minutes. ie tho it ooIH cratic party. f wiiitf Knnori: inn free These machines will be sold for ST0VE CATALOCUbi 85. Best stallion 1 year old and tindei sj JVsa We are authorized to announce GEORGE grounds will have to register at thegate so bortes can start in two races. $. OTenl? cash or monthly payments. AnyNOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison tndfrel-rb- t eharcM 2, to be shown on First stieet at 9:00 a. I6jtUSiILtopiaiii23; Th (tore is tlte Iron, extra nuulo from bet pt county, subject to the action of the Democratic to S. A. DKATIIEltAOC, Sec'y. larjre flaes, ht&ry corent. beay DnlPirs and grates. m. S5. party. thing to please our customers. otq door hundsom Inrtrs oren helf. henvy EfSSGraiid high wire exhibition on fitted orn&roentnilpns and tilniMtnm. extra Special Speed Rings. 80. Best mare or gelding 2 years old hicket drtp, pftnuine PtaadUh irella Hard lar?e rnIr. Alain street, between Second and Third, and under 3, to he shown iu harne-- s, on FOR CHIEF OF POLICE. lance ornamented idW. IWt rsal bmrr b4. and we t jrnUh VUYK n fxtr wood irrate. maMne it a per v We are authorized to announce EVERETT coxDinoAS. 1WK A BHUISO Cl'AKASTEK ith at 0:30 o'clock, a m wd haiw. 9:30. $5. list street at BERRY for Chief of Police for the City of trery novo iud iniarante safe delivery to yourraiv-maTo be shown on Main 6trcet, between dcaUrwonW etiarrv Richmond, subject to the action ot the Demo station. Yourlocl Uulesof Xational'Trot ting Association 87. Best walking stallion, mare or for wrto a rtove. the frlcht if only atsoat lor cratic party. y First and Second. to gov em all races. gelding, any age 1 Va. faddlo valued, each 500 mileROEBUCK at taut l.0C. A.itr.ILL &CO.(!Nn.)Cn!GAC0, 40 Fanciest Turnout, accompanied to be shown on Main between Firstand SEARS. XUltar.) Entrance Fee to purses 5 per cent, to (ftrt lUftbuuk Jk C. ar tharo!l rtU-- i. aiirt-6accompany nomination; 5 per cent. ad- bv lady, 1 clock, valued at S10. Second streets at 10:00 a. in., $;0. To b shown on Second street, be ditional from mouev winner. 88 Handsomest baby under 2 years 'J he purses aie to be divided as fol tween Main and Irvine, at 10 o'clock, old, to be shown iu court house yard at lows: 'Fifty per ceut. to 1st, 25 to 2nd, a m. 10:30 a. tn.,$10 47 Best Mate and Colt, $10. 13 to 3rd and 10 to 4th. All trials to High wire exhibition on Alain street, 220-22- 2 W. Alain Street, To be shown nt corner of Second and harness. Any horses distancing the between Second ami Third, at 1 a. m. 1, 3, Held or any part thereof, shall be en Irvine stieets, at 10:30 o'clock, a. ui. Grand Balloon Ascension and para DA Y PHONE S3. RICH5I0SB, KY. titled to first money only. Pools sold 48 Best Mule, any age. $5. N.GHT PHONE 23. chute, leap at main entrance of Fair To he shown nt corner of First and on races. Weather clause reserved. Grounds at 12 o'clock, noon. half-mil- e heats 2 in 3; Irvine streets, at 11 oclock, u. m. Rules and Regulations. IIAliNESS HOUSES. 411 Bt st Stallion under year old, So. mile beats, 2 in 3; balauce To be shown on First siret. folio A'iiiL' ring- - will be shown at The in 5. 50 Best It' ckaway mare or gelding to he Fair Grounds, beginning piomplly B School Hrn nrn I. No iniiaiKH fee will be clinrged. Cf CT filrongMt Snuthrrn CltW thn pf rOnfrahf IHp rTtiapf8: In wnntlrl, be shown to rockaway $10. at 12:3:1 p. iu : TOlc Sulphur and FIRST DAY. UADDnncQiiQn i'v w'wrr Sit lahtiiinee, without rttra ci ar Ten pertvni. will be ileiluclcd from all riannnnlOrj(.in IMrrctor, Mim. luct ,(Mh JKlTGranil Balloon Ascension and 89 Alsie or gehting nny age, $30 to Ftrinz Mtiiic Ilirrctor Orad Kot Cl MuIr. Mnmrh. 8iip.rb .lvjintmrMi In Art and in Klfwntbni. premiums of $10 ami ovir. America uimurMiMiI 'XI nmre rrrre-rtittudrut Chalybeate. Pleasure flronmhiho meKcr-- ;uiuLrr limiUtl IuTerm of fr Ifnntr ill It Jllin, A. Imre ITe. Aluminum ofHiaii .toStalc-- i. Parachute Leap at main entrance of first, $10 lo second All of the followino!. I'iiIy. ( Vi. KxbiliituiK fl.onld iiuike tbeir en ItcnueJ il , Fair (iron in I, nt 12 o'clock, noon. WALK, TUO l CANT Ell. tries before 10 o'clock on the (lay of from 1 to 14 iuelusive will be The following rings will be shown and Ecalth Rescrl. ai exhibition. shown iu IheCourtHouseyard. the Fair Grounds, beginning promptly 00 Mare or veldiug over 15 2 opto 'A. No bettiii;, piuibliiig tr game of -- OPENcct inis in arrylng 185 notimN. to be Jiidneo by 12:30 p. in : OCTu4 ar.dU chance rviil be allow ed on the grounds. All parties will be required to at by- - their soiiudiits-- , e ml''irm..ii'.u, mana. ..4 If Hl1e we will mi I UI. TOr BCbUT T TRUVUT C. O. D. SADDLE HOUSES. Mb tM nllM .f iiv person deiecled helling on any jmn furnish Coops for fowls, and SLB4ICT TO BX1IIX1T10X, .M (High schoi 1 uJ If tmi uals sic ions and giiis. i. tlM II .1 J.- Irtlfkl .p.lTO rCOUIRS ?! lil flSFXCTLT UTISriCTOKT. tllCOiT H KKPRKSCSTZD. KOIIII. 51 of tl.e grotiiids, or (Irui.k, will be ex- tuiTiumlLXUM.cau 7i.oo.c TXf CXAKSIST JaRGAIK TCOtVCS SAW, the best arrangements possi der 3.IUt milioii 2 yenrf. old and un tud gaited horse not allottd to show $10. imlli'd from the piemi.-cr-t. in tins ting) $25 to fbst, $10 to 2d. "' nd freight charges, leu the L00 rot with order. 52 Special premium bv the four On the It. N. I. & 11. Railroad nnd the WE HAKE THIS TOP BUG0Y,!cR.?,'!? ""J?r." i. Ivo one ifioii c lihl! net an Judc ble will be made for if iieiinmrilv interesled in tile miiiiul EST At 8:30 the Hand will givo an Ilniiks of U'ciiinoud Ihi Bankers' Slake, Kentucky Kiver, iu tfce midst of maken pat In (11.00 Haggles. Latest Stylo For 1033. T.ij, XI tM T:.r.t Uun7 can 91. Siallion 3 and. under 4. $20 to S1.0G0, lor Saddle Malliou, Mare or JTiiiii. tail. s and Iloniailtic Scenery, Baild.from the Bet SeMoned Wuod.or Cctr, Ilt.t Sl,lelt.ir. 1TK.,IS or article on or i. early reopen air conceit for 30 minutes t.d 8pri(t, u lllutnted, Itreirtter lliicli Gnde Screwed Rlra Barren's r&tcnt. T.p, S4 oance. Dully Sulphur is a specific for Kubber llnrtlr Lined, fall tide end beet; earUini. r.uiiir. ::naxnn-teeGelding, any age, of which $200 is io- - nrsi, !i lo secone. lated to the exhibitor thereof. in front of the Court House. equal to any BodybUck. Knra I laruens stallion 4 and 12. ov. r, $20 5. Wlien each Jtidi.e hball have ived for consolation." Only horses skiu ami kidney troubles; ibe crKCQ. LpMlairrlBf, ttMJlo buffjrrwork. njtflimr Era.', lturr. a..rprr..a rrracfe FOWLS. mtij tm?m4 BJU.wu la ovu aFLCIAL ralCl Hot praa. c.rpn. wmra. Chvd heate., nature's tonic. iliat s ov iu Bankers' Siako ami take lo first, $5 to second. formed his opinion be shall, without aac faaxu. 1. -- Host Trio of Plymoth l:ck -- Two a. weiti ids nil urnnT riT.Locrx Sulphur Daths iu the house. conleirin with the other Jtul;et, ieiorl BUOorEa. ossjtaoKKTo-DAr.T- i 'o pu't of money will he alloAtil to 93. Couro attoti for bankers stake, hens and one cock $2 ' Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK f CO. Unr?.). CHiCA. . compete in consolation. Five percent. 200. . his decision to the pel son npjioiiited In II jfT"I"or tut ther particulars address, 2. Mest Tiio of Hlverlaeed Wyaii- STAU exhibitions on street abso o nominate and 5 per cent, additional the Ijoard to receive his vote; fimt for 1 ock $2 s'roiii money winners. Money divided lutely free. preiuitiiir, and, when that is dtc'nled, tot tlott- 2 hens mid Best Tiio Muff Cochin. 2 hens and V), 25, 15 and 10 per certificate. When tho regular .Indies 1 3. cent. No addi M. ThouSi Prop'r., cock 2. A Time For all Things. tional entrance will be charged for confail to make a decision another Judge 4. Best Tiio of lliuitams 2 liens solation, and 5 per cent, will only be sli ill bu called in, who shall decide univ Mr. S Neville Moberley proprietor of IRVINE, KY. may31-land 1 cock P2. between those animals voted for. filedueted fruin Hrst division ($S00) of the great Furniture Emporium bearing 5. Beat Trio of White Leghorns 2 G. No pernou other than Judges act first show slid 5 per cent, only deducted his name, has done so well this year Jo Plaster, No Paste, Ko Cnlting, No Snlferiag, No Detention 1 consolation. Should the that be dislikes even to cause one dising and Hlockboldoih of the ABsocia- - hens and cock $2. Iroui (5. llest Trio of llrown Leghorns 2 above Frojn Bnsluess, No Danger, No Failures, and No Pay stake fail lo fill reasonably well. cord in the liartilouy of giod limes at lion will be permitted to enter the riutr hens and 1 cock 2. right leserved to declare oil. Entrance his store. lSut he has some outstandduring the hours of exhibition. Unless Cured. 7. llest Tno of Black MIor.otca- -2 . All stock must le liaheretl and lluies of National ing accounts that he would k tally be motley refunded, lions and 1 cock $2. (IN KENTU KY ) Sadtile Horse Breeders' Association pleased to collect, and asks ns to re-led, except in special eitnes. The SurseonV knife mill Liirninif pIiisfiTH aii'l ilio liorrilile crinle niHtl.ixli 8. Best Pair White Putin Ducks $2. govuln. Schedule la effect Jane 11, 1890. lilts liwn foreir tlinplni-t- l lv mlic-'- r 8. iXliiliiiora will place tile ae oi '.lerf Itifore etiill'ycl in nil :tttelllit uiod his patrons that the 1st of Jtih, II. Best Pair Geese, any bleed $2. llui-- l Tlu timuiiiL'tit KARTTIOUNIX Na I. NaS. Sal ihe mivfiit o' l)r" UeaiRte rH IVpw Sriun nntl A nte-ent-if all animals under four years upon the eilliii time, is a tliiiir of the iccint HIGH STEl'1'1 NO CI.W. 10. Best Pair Bronze Turkeyr. $2 60. l.T IJlllsTlllO iinirmi 7.46pn iliswivery worki a nw era in uivittml gciHtu-- mul tmU'crnm Irotn Ciuui'r, Lmutrx, numbered curd furiilehed by the You know the rest. Ar Shelbyvlllo f.Oanii S.33pm P.WpD Ulcers. Tmnorij (jloitro itlll Kisttllit fan To be. juilgt.'tl by their soundness. i:c--t. le ftired witlnnit tho Iimriuv 11. Uent Pair Narragau&etu Tur9.,Vsun 6.SSpm P.Siipn At La'rcnceb'e..... Uwr urttirt nttunililiK the qimck ulnl ij:iiiiriiiit nu llimls ill vnfriit fur lMRara1 6.4Tprol lftaipn coidoililiitioii, earrniLe, lliaiiuers ami Ar Versailles. keys $2 DO. i). Ages of horses shall bit i omputed laVaro, T.l.pm laxipa :il" v well iletiiieil iitM-- without a failme is thts eilftir." to itovhIIu' iiuiunl Ar Lexington FfiOHISITION COfiVEf-.HOaction and to show rood pace. 12. best Boitr, anv age or breed So WfcSTUOCNtJ. trcHimeiit i ihu leMili ur.i tlni No.. N2 No. 4. thir, iiiiiorlniit medical dlwovi'ry. This ni-from the liist day of .lanuary. 53 Alare or .elding over 15 1 $25 to T.;!Uam 13. IJtst ftow, any age or breed $5 Lv Iexint-tooil the nuet Hsi't niflli cfifiililli: btuily tif niallgmtiit iliM'iin-r- t iniil Iu Inibt-11). All auiiu.ils known to be barren " 7..Vim ..'i"pm &.37na The' Prohibitionist of Kcnti.cky wid Ar Versatile. iiriticIpleH. 1L . Best I'air Pigs, any ago or breed first, tlO to hutvnd. KSOam fi.ll)m Ar La'renfrb'n .. or impotent will not be allowed to coin meet iu tna.--s coiiveiltiiii ut !ajiil.-villP. 12am auipm S.32an Ar .Shfltrvllle... HARNESS Hl)l!E a .... :.5.'wn pele for premiums in breiiliug ciasses. io. Vuiisl 1st and 2nd loiioniii;:i e a Ar 15. Best Mare Colt under 1 year oltl, EASTIJOLXD. 54 llest Siallion 2 years old and un WESTBOONn. II. All stock while on exhibition Hon I)r Keirister Iii.UIh old nietlalK fruin liwiHn iiiedictl c'ollns f'r jui'li. icii' y S.tinlit I Dickie, No. tilNa .11.1 Stale ticket. STATIONS. otic Smyrna Hug, valued at $10. lo'bo der 3 S10 to tiist, $5 to si com! Na 12. No. 14 lo l shall be subject to Hie control ot in ilir.i:itc 'f woiniMi, and for the pant tt-- ye ib Iiom eoiilltieil his pnu-lifAlbion, Michic.'Oi, mid hiii.iiii of tin 4.uu;mij J.iam I.t Iul ril Ar T.rm! I0L4(ian Hi difiMiveries of The Blue Grass Job Pilot lug Co. will Naiioiirfl Prohilatioii Kxecutivo Coin-o- ii tit It fur the cure of liinliuiiiint diM-as- i r iinio Hiitfeieitt latKtam Lt LarnctinrArl S.leiira S.10an hut Ihe Association will shown on Main St reel, between 2ml and IO.CJaiuArHarcxlsb.-r,3id, at 0 o'cl- - ck, a. in., 10. 4.2im T.aian is titirt to the xreat iuciiie of eaiifer of tlmioml nml leinalo lireiiet. A m il have thrown Irvm tho balloon l.OOd in no cat-- no resjoueibie lor any loss or T.SUpnuliaj-cin.A- r ee, will he preeetlt. Keduced rales Uurcln. . Lvl 4.1.1pm: T.ltoa d Kiiiiiiiriiini is employed hy hint at KM! Court street, where Ids e aiie 10. Uest Calf muter 1 yoar old, any a iveiti-im- r bills, among which will lie any occur. damage EASTBOUNIJ. wesTnocsb." from devtaed to le'miile hUlVerers'iitid nialiyiiaiit disease. If cullV-rinsex, shown on Alain Stieet, betwOeulst :i prize bill for which bo will give 50 ill ail Hie railroads have been eeciltctl No. lS.ISn.CT.-- ' STATIONS. 'No. lt.lTNo.68 uutr-12. Objections lo Judges must b my ieunliar to women or any mantiPr of inlilimiiint growth tiriie, h ttie ceitific.no pine The Willard 4.0mm 7.40Hm Lt LouIktII AnKHoamj 7.35pn wi'itea'full and c iM'Stiitetneiit of yoiir ca-- and get an hottest expert opinion engraved cards llled in writing witli the tciTetary, in ana 2nd, tttl):30a in., So. "3pm uotel wnl be headquaili r, ami conven Shelbrll t Vcrslles An 7.S0: mj CUrir 17. I lest Heifer umlnr 3 enrs old, (IftOlinjiaiSam gjtF. Ml exbibiljotis on street abso tion hIII be held in .""ii ic Hall. A T.iiiptn 9.l.m' Lt Midway Ar! fl.liam ftUlen tree, taired can lid Hindu tit liumu. .ddrerv, order that lite Uo.'wd may pass upon n.innmlAr shown on Alain ktreei,botwr.o.i Island lulely flee. Lt 7.)a . them. .t ue Willard 7.4 pcilli.ftipmlAr Cieoretg I.tl 7.0Oaml XOUpn ouuqoet will )e front of lt.ee fc AlliiMn's Butcher BASTDOUNn. WKSTIKJUND. 13. Any person who lemoves a rib "B" iu "uo.-d-y .eveiiinu. Shop, at 10:30 a. in , So. &. tKo. !Na fvitNa 10(5 Court Slr.'o.t. bou after it has been tied, or inukeRnuy Temphis, Tenn. THIRD MUaml 4.tWnra Lt iui!Til Ar to. uairil -- .aipn lri. Btht toll auv sex ', year old ami on other demonstration or lOSJanil o.S0))m Lt Verslle Af 7Sli!,m J13nrr 2 $10. 11.02am 7.prorArrrtchlvlll ArJ fiiiHam iMptt , JE3r"rt;:!tl Band will i;Ivu hi! oihmi ah lit the ring, will forever bj debarreilthe under ar i.tj 111. omt Turnout-pictur- e vit'ii'ii ;oiiCirt tor .,u mtuti'is iu lioiii hi Hie f-- If - v. ii. ant a itiiiuhlfnl wciidinK ijvjuui iv.ii.pin Ar Irvtno. ,kLtJ ....I l.45iiir I.or.mni privilege of coiiipetnu for any miuiiuit in-House. jat $10, No. 1. No.3L STATIOS. in the fntuie. w In r. jott are not likely lo n.eet I'rciniiitu 2U. Lt Loulaflllc. Best boy lider under 10 yeara Stcial he show n iuby Arnold Brox., to iji 0l"nnii T.4rpni 14. Noexhibilor will be permitted their stoie. of the 1). & V Ar Lcxlnetoa . es, take unit ..wami tasViiii: oltl, to lie shown at'll:o0 n in., on 5. Bent 2 pounds butter . $ 0 tu enter iIih ring whiles hii stock N tean-e- t to I he Ar Knoxvllle l.tOpn? Ar AsbeTlllo 50. Besi'U -- 4 .lCam KQOum wlitut . . . 3 00 ew slet Msiu street, one lamp tallied at So exhibiied, except to ride, drive or .. . . . .1 "Ar Samnnah ISreeises. Siaierouiiisaiid Island of becoiiii jireiiiiuiu given by Vtiriry Ar Jacksonville.. 57. Best loaf of breadlyeast ris lend the same. I'ailors.reMM vd tbiliy tl.ixs in sdvuoce Ar th.nttnnoora .... Wimtlware I o., Clueinliati, Ohio, on cirora ikirjin 1 CO .. . mg 13. No'preinium will be awarded to tO.lSain ltJOara c"iid two cent stamp foi' illusiiatcd Ar Atlanta Soiid trains, finest in the South, Cincinnati to S valued at $3. l.IiKini ssjpm Ar Maron units.--, the Judges .Special Premium by M V. K!der. to bo p:imilel. any animal or article Jftcksonville dai'.v via ths Oueen snd Crescent an 1 tj A. A. A iia.ntZ, Ar Jacksonville P.lOam MOam Grand BaIIooh Atcessiea avsi PrftciMite shown ill his store. deem such worthy of it. Lt Chattnnooini o r.A., L), & 0., DtfrmuT, Mint connectln.i lines. Through connections to Tampa, litCOpm U.soam Ar Birmingham........ 10'. ages of all animals will be Leap at sinla cotrisce el Fair Urewri. Free 58 Bent machine made sunlsoiiict to The niay3t-t- f asopo Miami or t!cw Cleans, with fast Steamer Scrvi:- - ft,! Ar Murldlan. to Every body at 12 ecleefc, 8.t!5am Ar New Orleans be. made by exhibitor, t . $2 CO considered in awarding premiums. to TIassau, Key West, I!a'203. Santiago, J. T. McClIntoek will have thrown 17. Tho gate of the Amphitheater 59. Best specimen hemstitch Trains No 1. 2, 5 and 6, Between LonL-vll:, A FAMILY MIXTURE. Sail Jiun. Low rate 'round trip tickets. nnd Lexlnston, carry Frco Observation Chair will be closed in tea minutes after 'the from the balloon 1,000 advertising bills 2 GO ing by hand '. Tho Tnun Service U per-1- , Cars wjuch Mill be a prize bill and ' 00. best specimen, silk one of bell rinjjs. embroi feet In detail. F- -.t s.hcd-f- a On this side nf the Kentucky liver, iiio. 1 connects nt Lexington daily tvltb dery cars to Chat tantrtrn, 2 00 IS. The President, Vice President when returned to him will give one ulcs, C4 hours U Jackson- - S ( lives h man named Jm tbromh K'eeirfns in this ijoimty. m uS JscvOrlcnni, and thraiiRh sleepei or one of the Directors shall attend each buggy whip valued ot $2. .Special Premium by Joe Giiitieliltrbaiii Curd. On the other Mill of the ctrc.in. Xrcrrtnuttanocpo to Atlanta, Macon and Jack. vi.ic, 54 hours!, . The fullowing rioxs will be shown at ionTjlle. !' ; ........ committee in making awards. tn"his s;ore. to he sht-wl- l I if ili't'n a limn naineil Joe t unl he helliif S&rrjo x"o. s nnd 4. throueh Meeplnpcnrsbe-te- t Fair Grounds, beginning promptly " 19 . . $2 IK) ,i nephew oflTiTi i C'tuil living on Judges on saddlo and harness the IJ'imtne re. ctnnct!ns 01. j;tLXlniTlcn wltli ihroifh I'ol'mnn sleepers 12:30 p. m : (12. Kent g'llhfeterliort 2 11) tliiH horses wilt laki into consideration, at of 'he nvr. Mri ti y yewr-- ' K ia iiarrim n nnoxviii . AtaCTilla, HAKNESS H01lK-S- . : 0U IVst lorni. style, action, soimducss ind size, boijl now have (puinb!H hi.rnnnah and Jacktotivillc i T'1 only line nttlf tliree r'ally trains to-G4. .llest J u r 4J iwl r j: v - IV- plenum li.tti'llfng- - qiralillex iiecessiry. 21. Best imire'-ti- gelding 3 years old ;:r.uKn8lflSSWA Intlll out here (Itieiisf e Louis !. ShelbyTille sort. LexlnSton. r"1 Other trains ilallr. SJK illy exccjit Sunday. 1 00 for genoral uo, roadster rliigs. serytir.., . : and under 4, $V0 lo iirfi,$. io seetuid. v ehroniii io HK.T.oiie wii'i inn uurnvei A. WHbikin. 9 T A., &T.SWJIT. P..t T.A.. D..ZslfViIvMlgiM'llll 115. I : . Best 22 Bert linne or geiding4 years. ohl and dttraJiiUly 1" govern. II XvaJvillc Ky. Try J:ittant Ky. .lift veMi tl the ir..1-itli:HO l'ntitoiM S23 Ui Iin: 5 t4 to exhibit i uict otfir. ltv- Wilkes Jl&xtcr, ii in r.f Joe Ciird. rir.. and hfa aJba aa a 'f' jMipk'KMsuts'.or Hrticies. for ItiHtlsicr, taiK), MMrMxf ield- in H'ailil'rtper.'PaiutH nejdie- - Jos Gilri Jh. Hi'tl vilVt vel-l- . WbWii m prvtuiwwa urrt oii'iired, srl! fiw mmnmm; inj, 3 lo , lOIJilfltiti m.. -- DEMO CRITIC TICKET. etl I rifkl at -- Bit Prices fe3 Never before have such goods been displayed in Hichmond as can be found at my place 1 - T of business. s 1 m -- f--r 0 LASIM m 1 m - ItAY-nUU- N ".10 & - . as . KI(h-r- ItSAZk ... give-guarante- e, bond--tnn- e ret-- t 1T Come. awA sse, W.e,m. Mm County Fair! l, EVILLE MOBERLFf, ESTILL 1 1 pAI 1 rins SEND ONE DOLLAR OI, E hos: HA!iNl-SHOUd5- rito-Wliii- ri ' c H, I A Treatment That Cures Cancer, SOUTHERN KrtlLMy. im-iiiur- all-roti- u rtn-i.-tili- ImuI-vill- FEMALE DISEASES. e eiiiif dir-eiio- 1 iAY. be-iii- H C! Florida0 Havana lM-k- et Ad-irs- jj .... le an' Y1 ' Btrm-lnir- tf lst I ii ... l . . r 1 itii-tlii- de-iri- special-PiHinlHi- ir jrniuli-l'tH)r'i- aii ,HIr . r Mm TAMING A LANDLORD. A Shrewd Farmer Tenant Wjr GcttlneBrcn for nn Impudent Wit And wisDoife fecky Music-fcraiire SUH MOT FIRR PRSC4fAL AND LITERARY. HE HAD MARRIED A WIFE. ed HOUSEHOLD HINTS. AS JOHN BULL SEES HIMSELF. SUGGESTIONS FOR MOTHERS. 80LLSD HIM IN A BARREL. Punishment Pronounced WorseTaai Lynchtnsr 1- - Golden A New York Scientist Saya II Far. Professor Some Notes Which Mar Come In Something of Ills Cooklna; nnd His Some SasHcestlons Whjoh May Come Jules;Vcrne usually beginsswriting Bat the Absent-MindHiion-vvlf- e lanes Heat Tkreszh an elecForgot All Agent It at the Hand)- - to the Ik Handy: at before six a. in. AHinsements The Dinners of y. Wedding: Dinner. s lleatrtctlon. j of tric Carreaf. Joseph llatton, the author and jour of the born leaders of Two Nations. e nalist, takes n walk every day mh ore woaien. Chicago Daily News. Henry Raymond .Rogers, M. D., of Leases as now drawn by owtaers hhd Prof. Hopkins was for somo years ona Saturate a piece of flannel with A bureau scarf of cut work In French Every nation has the government nnd Some Kudyard Kipling is said to be the first we agents of flat buildings contain many wonder folks are so worthless that nice Dunkirk, N. Y.f has evolved n of the leading lights In a New England paraffin, rub it lightly over picture the cooking which it deserves. Thus, lawn would be pretty for your little poet who to travel in a prlwhat they care if it is a queer conditions, but a ntv species of day. of the universe which, If adopted vate ear. could aflurd town, and the people who formerly as- frames, mirrors, mantels, etc., and let the French are the worst governed nnd daughter's room. Make an under covnr Washington (la.) Democrat, this restricting mania on the part of generally, will revolutionize astronomwith him and knew him in hl It dry. This will effectually prevent fly the best fed people in Europe, for the f pink Persian lawn to fit the bureau He "Was your brother engaged in Marie Corelll receives 23, per cent, roy- sociated landlords was recently developed on the ical science, or of it that daily notgo nearparaffin. over it. the laic war?" She "No; not until relating to the at least From part days ally on her books --more than is paid saying walk and conversation unite in specks, as flies will cramped for room, reason that the majority of Frenchmen and lay the scarfwork and Get a small North side. sun. the make it up that a better neighbor, an abler Bachelor girls, are perfectly Indifferent to politics and tidy in the same A retired farmer whose pride in his after he came home." Yonkers.Stntcs-manpa- can cover of the star gazers of Palestine almost nny other author. scholar, and a more public-spiriteboxes with pretty keenly interested In food. The Eng- is a pincushion. Only two rulers of Russia since Peter triotic and Intelligent citizen never cretonne, use them for window seats, Tamily brought him to Chicago rented the popular notion regarding this cenA small music box that will give much lish are the worst fed nnd the best govSome of us hardly guess how much of tral ruler of our family of planets has the Great have died a natural death a flat last spring. He made his money lived. At the same time tbey freely ad- and also for holding their shirt waists. erned people in the world, because, with pleasure to children may be obtained our goodness is due to the thought that been that It is a great whirling globe Cutheriue II. and Alexander 111., the fa mit that he was a trifle absent-mindegrubbing on n farm down in Schuyler The boxes may be lined with bright few exceptions, they care a great deal for about 514. Different tune sheets, county, and ns he has added many the neighbors may be looking. L. A. of molten material in a constant and thcr of the present czar. On the day when the professor was shades of sateen. programme of the gov- may be Inserted in It. The mechanical ncrcs to the original ICO in the same W. Bulletin. It is said of the late WHHam T. Ball to be married, which important step Preserve jars and bottles may be kept more nliout the menu of the cook. In Swiss music boxes, playing three or Now perpetual state of combustion. ernment than the LiicksOpportnnlty. "You don't seem comes the man from western NeWYork .of Boston, that no one ever misquoted was not taken until he had reached clean from one season to another, with the "Vioux Marcheur" there is a scene four tunes, cost from $2.30 to $4.50. way he comes pretty near knowing the value of abargain. Not having much to have much to say about domestic af with the Information that this idea is Shakespeare In his presence without be middle age. It was noticed that he was proper care and attention. Rinse them in the cabinet of a Parisian restaurant Dress Clothes for Boys. Little boys to do, he spends some of his time look- fairs." "You nre mistaken, sir. 1 have false and that the conventional pic- ing vehemently rebuked on the spot. with a solution of soda in hot water, which illustrates the anxious deliberaeven more abstracted and absent-minde- d from four to ten years old vyenr evening A Dickens of the third generation ing around in the big department a good deal to say, but I never get a ture representing the sun with bright than usual. Apparently his mind followed b3 cold water. tion with which a French party debate suits of blue tricot cloth hnndsomely n stores. One Stute street chance to say iU Kichniond Dispatch, lines radiating in all directions Into has taken to novel writing. She is In cases where the contents have left their bill of fare. "What are you going braided, or blue granite cloth, made was occupied with some particularly Practicing.--Mistre- ss Only "What space, thus implying that' actual heat daughter of "Charles the Second," headquarters for bargains has furabstruse and intricate problem, to the a strong or unpleasant smell, cleanse to give us, Adrien?" asks the host. "Ja'i with "jackets with rounded corners. nished a number of interesting shop arc you doing, Rickc? Throwing dishes nnd light nre produced within, and of the eldest son Was playfully called by exclusion of everything else, and it with lukewarm Avater in which a quan- pense a differentes choses," replies the Dress suits for older boys are made of ping experiences for the old gentle at that target? Are you crazy V" Alald the body Itself, is an utter nbsurdity his friends. required all the finesse and watchful tity of mustard kas been stirred. waiter. Fancy asking an English waiter black or blue diagonal with the edges man. The other day he responded to "Crazy? No; I'm going to gel mar "This view of the sun," he says, "is To get rid of fatty or clinging sedi- what he was going to give you for either stitched or bound. The unfinThe inventor of matches was a conn- tact and diplomacy of his friends to the tempting offers advertised and ried." Das KIcinc Wltzblatt. strangely inconsistent with and an- try doctor, Charles Mnrci Sauria. His keep him up to his part and pilot him ments, fill the vessels with small pieces luncheon and his answering: "I have ished worsted diagonal is particularly bought several articles, which he orn Tathcr (to little Fritz, who has comu tagonistic. to certain of good thick blotting paper, add hot been thinking of several thlngsl" nice. memory was honored recently by the safely through the ceremony. dered sent to his new flat. The next home from the barber's with his head faints. Science tenches and demerection of u monument in the village When It was ended he took a seat nt water, and shake welt two or three Adrieh then proposes a potage Jeanne Thin Children. A child may be well morning nfter the wagon had delivered completely shorn) "You're n regular onstrates to be true that the universal of Saint Lothalre, in the Jura. e bride and times a day. Repeat with fresh paper VA.o. whereupon u young gentleman nourished and in perfect health withthe tabic with his the goods his landlord came Up and sight! What made you let anyone dis- space is inconceivably cold and tfttcr Fred Voigt, who has leased the New the wedding guests, and, still engrossed till the vessels arc clean. Then fill nil ks. Indignantly: "De la soupe n out being fat. If the body is supplied registered a vigorous objection to hav- figure you in that way?" Fritz "But, darkness. A 'burning, 'fire ball' sun ark track for Sunday bicycle racing this with his problem, partook of the wed the jars, etc., about three-fourtfull dejeuner?" Adrien's rebuke is mag- with more food than it needs and can ing delivery wagons from that partic- papa. jus.t think! 1 got it all done for thus becomes an Impossibility, un ab year, said that he will improve the timy ding banquet in preoccupied silence; with a solution of hypcrmanganate of nificent: "Non, monsieur, pas de la utilize at the moment the excess is ular department store stop in front of ten pfennig!" Flirgende Ulactter. surdity." ber belt considerably in order to make nt its conclusion, when the carriage potash, which will be of the right soupe, du potage. C'est la vielle ecole, stored usually in the shape of fat. his, building. The landlord and his famNo Cause for Apprehension. Rather should the sun be represent it more speedy. Lady which was to convey the bridal couple strength as soon ns the mixture is of et j'y suis fidele. L'homme ne se maln-tic- There may be no surplus nnd yet the ily occupy the lower flat in the build- Passenger (seated in the railway car- ed, this philosopher maintains, as a que par les potages. I.e grand necessary wants of the body be fully Secretary Hay, in writing a letter in to the train was announced, the pro a dull pink. Let this stand in them foi ing, and they do not want the neigh- riage underneath the rack which her huge planet, like unto the earth, only muscle is reply to Sir Alfred Austin's letter to fessor suddenly recalled that he had a couple of hours, then rinse them alL Carcme, qui a ecrit un tres beau livre met. Firm, bors turning up their noses at the sight fellow passenger has loaded with bun- many times larger, perhaps even fit for him about certain imperfections of the planned going on a trip of some sort thoroughly in cold water, stand them sur les potages, les appelle les Portiques better than fat. bargain-counte- r delivery Wagons dles) "You have so ninny packages habitation, surrounded by darkness of Cradle Pillows. Cover the pillow copyright law, calls the English poet on that day, and springing to his feet upside down to drain off. all the niois du Temple." stopping there. here, monsieur, I'm afraid they'll fall." nnd the stars, not on fire, but tre laureate "the dean of contemporary he began shaking hands and bidding ture, then put them in the open air, French women do quite as much as with a slip of pink or blue sateen and "It hurts the value of my building," The Fellow Passenger "Oh, never mendously electrical in its activities; In mouth upward, to dry. Of course, they French men to keep up the standard put n nainsook slip over this. Two obthe guests a hurried bood-bEnglish literature." protested the landlord. mind. There's nothing among thcin blher words, a vast celestial dynamo When he reached the bride on his must be rinsed again before using the of cookery; and English women are long pillows are 13 by 17 inches, the Jules Claretie proposes that the chair "Well, well!" was all the old furmer next season. pfodiicingjiurrcnts of electricity which in the French academy which has break" easily." La Hire. quite as much to blame as English men square ones 18 inches each way. Hair been rounds he cordially grasped her hand his breath, thatouId could reply as he caught The profession of closing and open for the absence of any standard In this pillows are usually oblong and are coopass invisible and free through all the his mind still iutcnt on that problem vacant since the death of Dumas for but there was a sparkle In his'eye as d THEY LIVE IN A CRAFT ing houses has been recommendtd as a country. Ask any lady of your ac- ler for summer. If these are not used millions of miles of cold nnd and said: lie watched the landlord go down the good business for a capable, trusty quaintance what she thinks of a certain a thin feather pillow is better than a darkness, until they meet their resist- ever remain so out of honor to its last "Well, good-bMiss Johnson; occupant and that another be created back stairs. A Ittch Old Couple Who Have Spent ance at the earth and its atmosphere. hope I shall see you often upon my woman. She could take entire charge restaurant, and she will say: "Such a down one in warm weather. "Well, well!" he muttered, as he again oLcDvering furniture, putting nway lovely room! I like those dark red Over Thirty Yean In a Such resistance is all that is needed. to fill up the requisite number of 40. nre made of return." Aprons for girls of tried to catch his breath. "Reckon this screening pictures, looking hangings by Waring so much." "But fine cambric, French Inwn and nainUnnnl Hunt. In the mind of this twentieth rentury "I why, really, I " stammered the COME ONCE A YEAR. is a free country. Mother, I guess I'll after the cellar, the water, gas, the the dinner, my dear lady, what about sook; they have broad strings of the scientist, to develop the sun-hcembarrassed bride; and then one of be going downtown." In three small rooms beneath the nnd sunlight just ns light Mid SltiRiilnr Appearnnee of Fish In her friends came to the rescue, and keys, etc. Then in September she could the dinner?" "Oh, the dinner! I don't material to tie behind. They are ornaAs he got on a North side cable car curving deck of an aged canal boat in open the house again, nnd hnve nil think I remember much nbout that." heat nre produced in cursaid: mented with clusters of tucks or a band Snmou Is n Itcsnlar Ocnnd began thinking about the matter Brie basin Charles Hogcrs, septu- rent by ihs resistance the electric caroffered by "Why, professor, have you forgotten things in comfort nnd readiness for the. This fatal indifference filters down of Insertion across the front above the currence. lie got more and more incensed, and the agenarian and capitalist, and his wife. bon or other that you have just been married? This returning vacationers. In one instance, from the table through the service to hem, meeting two other bands that run desire to assert his American inde Alary, have lived for 30 years. They as stud our material. Arc lights, such streets, arc in effect the One strange feature of this sea life of lady is Mrs. Hopkins now, you know." a gas burner had been left on at full the kitchen. The experiment In con- down the sides, or ruffles or pendence grew apace. Bv the time he cannot tiy how old the craft is. Even planets fed by the sun. After excit "Oh, is she?" exclaimed theprofessor; head through the entfre summer no stantly tried of getting the tropics is the regular recurrence of deep bands of handsome embroidery, reached Madison street he had a swell the name on the stern is erased by ing our chefs from Paris, and those who atmosphere to these nnd other migratory swarms of fish of very small with his mental machinery still peg doubt by some maiden anxious as to plain 5ng programme of vengeance in his time and the action of sea water, but her crimps and the resulting gas bill know these artists on their native either second or frilled. begin to make set of teeth The breast. He couldn t get to that depart the old people say it will be their home activities, the elcclric currents pass size, that return in huge numbers year ging away at the same old problem. would have paid the salary of a house heath are at a loss to account for their their appearance when the child is from ment store fast enough. He didn't look as long ns it will hold together. It Is into the earth, awakening in it grav- after year with such absolute regular! "Happy to mnkc your ncquaintnncc, closer several times over. Housewife, Loncold and careless performances in electrical effects, 1y that the natives calculate on the Mrs. Hopkins; very happy, indeed I five and a half to seven years old. The for bargains that day. He went to a moored inbide the breakwater. They itation nnd other the don. The reasons are not far to seek. first to come through the gum are the circuit by re- event on n certain day in cucli year, and shall have to say good-by- , but I trust dozen departments in the store and or- are practical hermits these two old thence completing FASHION'S FANCIES. The foreign chef Is badly served in the four molars beyond the last back teeth dered things sent to his flat. Some people and they are contented with turning to the sun and arousing in it even within an hour or two of the day I shall have the pleasure of meeting This of the kitchen and in the dining-rooThe 'dithings he didn't nerd, but he ordered the life and have no wish to change identically the same functions as on One suchswarm of fish forms the occa you again." I'rclty Itventnpr fiowns for Snmroer distresses him at first, until he learns gestion temporary or first set. the gen its humble satellite. sion of an annual holiday and feast nt Dropping her hand, the absent-min- d is often weakened ami them just the same. Each department it. They were both born on a canal l.ariEe Hats for Midsummer that his patrons are too busy admiring eral health affected at this time, and It follows that if the sun emits Samoa. The fish is not unlike the ed professor was turning away, when of that store has its own wagons. They boat, met each other on a canal boat Wear. the furnitureTand one another to know parents nre sometimes at a loss to ac bride caught him by begnn to arrive that eening. The next and were married on one. They have neither light, nor heat, but simply elec- whitebait for which the English the quick-witte- d whether his dinner Is hot or cold. For day they arrived in relays. The land lived on canal boats all their lives and trical currents which produce these Thames has so long been celebrated the coatslccve and blushlngly whis Embroidered muslins well covered the truth is that so long as the up- count for the cause of the disturbance, phenomena, it cannot longer be said and each year it arrives at Samoa on the pered: Ladies' Home Journal. lord grew frantic they expect to die on one. with incrustations of applique lace arc two days, and "Why, Henry, arcn t you going to one nf the most fashionable materials holstery is magnificent nnd the comAfter the second wagon arrived the Nn more simple existence than theirs tliat the moon borrows from its gentle same day, or at pany numerous and smart English peoSUMMER PORCH LIFS. then disappears entirely till the same take me with you?" landlord sent his viife to remonstrate could be conceived, and it is hard to effulgence, and the poot loses a subfor thin gowns. Made over mauve, blue Given alabaster "Bless you, of course I nm!" ex- or pink taffeta, with a tuck-o- f black in ple are quite happy.settees, with his new tenant. The old farmer believe that in the midst of busy, ject for some of his daintiest concep- day of the following year. Why" pillars, saddlebag plenty of Happy la the Family with an Outdoor sat in an easy chair in the front parlor hustling Greater New York two per- tions. What has been with him here- comes, or whence, no curious naturalist claimed the professor, suddenly wak the finish, they are charming. electric light and the restaurant or glory" becomes has yet discovered, nor has anybody ing up to a realization of the fact that Itoom In Which to Spend and chuckled behind his paper. Then sons could live lives of such retirement tofore a "full-orbe- d Pretty evening gowns for summer hotel garbage the Hot Daya. the third and fourth wagon drove up as this old man and his helpmate. simply a prosaic electrlcnl machine traced its outward course when it leaves the lady by his side was henceforth are made of India mull elaborately which is voted charming. The our very we placidly swallow at The neighbors began to notice the rush Three months ago they celebrated their whose currents act on our atmosphere the Samoan group; but the fact Is un n part of himself. "Got to have you trimmed with yellow Valenciennes Happy is the household that has a of delivery wagons. They kept com golden wedding, and Mrs. Rogers, a as do those from the sun, though to a questionable that suddenly, without no along to do my remembering for me. luce. They are made over white silk expensive hotelsIs and on board our crack steamers horrible to think of. porch, be it one of those tiny, fire es less degree on account of difference in tice, the still waters of the lagoon which Just take my arm, .Mrs. II., and we will nnd finished with yellow ing all day, and the farmer continued placid old lady with snow-whit- e hair satin ribbon Nor are our clubs much better. In 1836 cape affairs like an iron bird cage, or an surrounds each island within the fring get started nt once on our wedding bows. to chuckle. nnd hardly a wrinkle on her face, said power. Science, with Its newly-foun- d Abraham Hayward wrote: "The best living-roowith posts and vines "Wall, well!" he said, stroking his she expected to live to celebrate the facts and progressive theories, has al- ing reef become alive with millions of journey, while the matter is fresh in Very small gold buttons adorn the judges are agreed that it is utterly im- ample W e need to cultivate inde ways been destructive to old Imagery, fishes, passing through them for a sin mind. And, dearest, if I do accidentwhite beard, "I reckon that feller'll un- sixtieth anniversary. bodices of net, lace and crepe de chine possible to dine better than at the Carl- or screens. pendence about this porch life as well derstand this Is a free country, after Since her marriage, SO years ago, she but the old delusions nre far less po- gle day and night, and then disappear- ally lose track of you during the trip gowns. ton." Would the members of that in- ns growing vines to shield our privacy, this," as lie looked over the pile of bun-die- has been ashore li! times in all, she etic aftcrall than their successors when ing for a year as though they had never" or nt nny tunc hereafter, I must plead Large lints which are something be- stitution indorse this statement now? especially as most persons lack the high on the kitchen table. Chicago In' said, and she has never yet been on the the poets' minds have become read- come. as my excuse the old proverb which tween the picture hats In private houses there is the same walls which make the garden secure justed to them. A visit to Samoa enabled me to see truthfully remarks that our greatest and the poke shapes are the coming ter Ocean. Ilrooklyn bridge mueh less crossed it Indifferenec above stairs, the same care- from noise and publicity. Awnings and Rut, says the practical render, "What this strange phenomenon for myself, blessings are the ones we are most apt style for midsummer wear, and though she had been so near it all the lessness below. Even among the upper NEGRO IN THE WINDOW. shall wc say of the sun's dazzle, which and to witness the native feast by which to forget." Albany Argus. these years. novelty in trimming is covering the in class, where money is no object, the Japanese screens are not expensive In the absence of the trellis, which, like Capt. Rogers, as the Uric basin labor- is so real and so painful to the human it is celebrated year by year. I had side of the brim with flowers. contrast is too painful between the Shrewd Iluslness Man Turned the ers call him, is 78 years old, but he eye?" Simply an optical illusion, an- been in Samoa for n month, and in that The ugly fashion of veiling the How splendor of the table and the common- the lattice of the orient, allows one to CHILDREN'S MISTAKES. sec out, but prevents the world from !nii to Ills AiIvnntnKC nnd would easily pass for 00. He is stout swers the new theory. "Such dazzling month I had enjoyed almost a surfeit ers on our lints with mousseliiieur tulle place, fare. With the excep- looking in. Heaped liloli Harvest. und short, with square shoulders, and brightness cannot be located at the of beauty. I had coasted the shores of has reappeared again. tion of one or two of our great nobles sun, neither is it found in the its islands in native canoes; 1 had Udd Itepllex or Pupils t Unrrtlon It takes several years to grow honey a shock of white hnlr alSee that your hat matches your coswho entertain royally, the best cooking suckle, wisteria and ivy, but a rapidly liy brhmil Innpec-lor- s "Funny thing happened to me when most to his shoulders. which comes In Knc-lls- h space nor in bathed in the warm, still waters of its His white beard black of infinite tume if you want the' wry latest touch is to be found, as might be expected, in I was working for Blankcty Blank & sweeps his waist. He is NeltuiiU. growing Tine, such ns Madelit, moon not a large our atmosphere, therefore it can lagoons, fringed to seaward by the of fashion. the houses of the cosmopolitan finanin Chicago, Mild a New Orlean be found only in the depths of white reef on which the ocean broke in capitalist, and Is worth perhaps $3000. Straw designs wrought out on silver ciers. In the upper middle class the flower, cobea scandens, the new climb window dresser. " I had n big window His brother is said to be a millionaire, the eye of the beholder i. e., upon golden spray, and to landward by the Mr. G. Stanley Ellis, in "Cross Ques and gold cloth, net and chilTnn inser difficulty of obtaining a decent cook is ing hydrangea or the on Clark street that seemed as if it was but Charles has not seen him In years. the retina." So, too, there is no lonircr silver beach of coral sand, flecked with tions and Pointed Aiiswers."givessomc tions, figure largely among the millin notorious, because the working English morning glory, which comes now in hoodooed. No matter what I put there, great splendor, will cover the wires in a The old man. wearinga blucyachting such n thine as a moonbeam: that the tremulous shadows of the swaying amusing mistak-- s of school children. ery materials. new it appeared to be impossible to attract cap, was smoking his pipe an insep- which seems such is simply an illusion palms, i had climbed with mv native "In many schools which nre well taught combination-i- s A I ml and very stylish woman regards a serious interest in the month or so. a land colored straw preparation of food as derogatory. To nny attention, and the manager, who arable companion on The floor should be covered with mat nnd is no more real than the existence guide the abrupt hills, covered with and equipped children make mistakes," trimmed with black wlvcl and white produce a good the dinner at eight o'clock ting, rag carpet or rugs. Denim, cut was keen as a hawk, began to grumble home the other day, when deck of his of actual spots upon the surface a reporter of the dense forests of tropical luxurinnce, Mr. Ellis says, "which are most ab- chiffon, nnd this sort of hat is especialthe cook should begin "thinking of dif- to fit and hemmed all around, is cozy .because he never saw anybody looking happened along. Capt. Rogers proved sunt Dcnr. dear! Boston Trnnserint. through the arcades of which I caught surd until thought nut, when they ly good style for morning wear. ferent things," like Adrien, at an early and clean. Straw seats or cushions can 'in. I used to lay awake nights racking himself hospitable by inviting the visglimpses of the flash and luster of the often show a reasoning power fargreat-e- r For evening dress young girls my brnlns for new schemes, but it was itor aboard and into the modest cabin. CAN'T STAND RIDICULE. ocean's myrifld smile; and again wo had than might have been expected. For are made of tulle trimmed with gowns period of the afternoon; whereas she be bought for a few cents each, and pil rose no go. One day when I was feeling The sitting-rooplunged into deep valleys among the instance, in the course of rending the petals or green leaves, the former on never dreams of beginning her duty lows can be stuffed with excelsior and contained three until about an hour and a half before covered with chintz or plaid gingham. .pretty blue I told our negro porter to chairs, a table and a small stove. There To He Lnoched nt Will Upset Men hills, where little headlong word 'martyr was met. 'What is a pink tulle over pfiik silk being especialstreams the time. After all, why should she which sells for about five cents a yard, 'clear everything out preparatory to was no carpet on the floor and not even When Knlhlni; F.lac Will 'martyr?' asked the inspector. "A wa ly attractive. N. Y. Sun. murmur under the shade of the wide bother, if master and mistress don't A table for books and refreshments making a big display of a special line a. clock In the room. Fense Them. A water cart?' 'Yes, sir.' spreading breadfruit trees, and wave ter cart. Below the of shirts. He was a fat, black, trifling "Don't need one." said the captain; the broad leaves of the great water lily The inspector was puzzled. Rut he THE SUCCESSFUL HOUSEWIFE. mind? nnd dining upper middle class costs 50 cents and can be painted to cooking disappear, and "Strange how easily we are bowled oi me I'acnic islands. Lippincott fellow, and I guess he must have been "we can tell the time of day well chairs, the afterward remembered tVat he was in s. get boiling, baking and feeding. Things match have wicker or splint tied on, out at a cake walk the night before, for enough by the sun. It's tile mostnat over by ridicule," said the man at the which the parish of St. George the Martyr. She la tin One Who Pun. llnsl. will never mend until the majority rec- to match. cushions of denim lie fell fast asleep in a chair in the mid ural clock and as. for telling time nfter cigar counter. "I was standing on the FLIES BY THE BILLION. This parish docs its own contracting, Hess Tnet and Kiioiim Ilotv to ognize that good cooking is an impordie of the window. I was on the point dark well, wc don t sit up long after corner and saw a well set up, portly settee, a A home-mad- e nnd the boy had seen 'St. George the Economize. tant factor in happiness, and insist swung across the corner, ahammock of waking him up nnd giving him fits the birds go to roost. Long enough to gentleman saunter up the street. He Strange Thlncs Would Happen In One Martyr' painted on the water carts. hanging upon getting it. Nothing is so difficult shelf wore a beautiful light gray suit, every when I happened to notice how ex read the Bible a spell. Season If ."Ynture Didn't for books and fancy work, and, of More simple was the reply to the same The successful housewife must have as to force a taste Upon n people: but course, flower boxes to hem it all in, tremely ludicrous he looked. His head No sirec; we don't detail of his attire was elegance itself, "Newspapers? Interfere. question: Them red things wot they some little artistic instinct in her na- we really think thit n resolute effort .was on one side, his enormous mouth read the newspapers at nil. his mustache was sells on barrels." I did not the ends nnd he curled carefully at ture thnl she may elTect, usually out of migth be mnde by English travelers to make a happy little world, open to wide open nnd his limbs relaxed in the know the Spanish-America- n Prof. Howard, of the Washington walked with the air of friends, but shut to foes. Lemonade, "Girls," Mr. Kills points out, war "was oddest postures imaginable; in short, over until some one told me about it, a conquering hero. He looked so cool, entomological bureau, has made a care- times mix their religion with "some simple and inexpensive material, of a raise the culinary standard in their own raspberry vinegar or any cold drink their harmony of color, a pleasing arrange- hotels, which in this respect nre simply he was a perfect picture of a lazy rascal Wfchave no time to bother with news so confident and so exceedingly aristo- ful computation and declares that a cooking lessons. A diocesan inspector can be offered along with crackers. in happy slumber. That gave me an papers. The Bible Is about all the read cratic that people instinctively made single female fly may in one season be- who asked: Wlry did Elijah pour wa ment of line anil form that shall make scandalous. Verily, we are a creat and cake, sandwiches or any dainty, light her home grateful to the eye and in- good nation; but at the bnre imagina dessert. Breakfast idea. I didn't say a word, but, grab- ing we need nnd if everyone followed Its way for him as he approached. He had come the ancestress of taken on the porch ter on the sacrifice? was answered: viting to the soul. Shu must also be tion of our national cookery the stombing a piece af pasteboard, I dashed oil precepts there wouldn't be so many gone perhaps 30 yards when all of a sudflics. This estimate supwill have a new flavor. A summer on 'To make the gravy, sir.' The early the shrewd and careful business wom ach weeps. London Saturday Review. the porch, provided It is properly fura sign: 'Dreaming of Our Dollar wars. den he stopped, hesitated a moment and poses that all her progeny and descend Roman Christians were said to have fre an, for she must spend such a share of Shirts," nnd stood it quietly against his nished, is not to be despised. N. Y, "Live ashore? Yes; I know we could ; then put his right foot on a box near the ants, generation after generation, sur quented the 'Capsicums,' nnd a famous the family ineonie ns is proportioned to THE SPANISH GARROTE. knees. Then I gently rolled up the but we don't want to. What's the use? curb. His shoe had become untied and vive and enjoy favorable conditions for Dore picture was Herald. described as 'Christ her so as to get the greatest possible curtain nnd awaited developments. We have been on a canal boat all our the strings were trailing. So far, how- the propagation of the species, which Leaving the Petroleum.' In Croydon, return for it in health nnd happiness Utile of Modern ISarKarlam Un. How Petticoats Should Be Made. Well, the hit that window made is the lives and you can't learn old dogs new ever, he had lost none of his dignity, condition of things does not occur in a board inspector was trying to elicit for her family. If is impossible for me The petticoats should be made to enrthed from an Old pet tradition of the store to this day. tricks. 1 ve got money enough to take but when he attempted to stoop over he nature. the name of the weapon with clear the ground. It is a mistake to Havana Prison. People simply blockaded the sidewalk, care of us and we could live ashore became ridiculous. To save his soul he Such a figure is too vast for us to Samson killed- the Philistines. which here to go into any detailed discusThe sion of the expenditure of money. But have it too long. If the skirt of the and ou could hear them laughing a in a house, but we prefer to star where couldn't reach the eyelets. It was that grasp and we must reduce it to some children were dense. 'What is this?' 1 would like to set before all house Among the many relics of the Spanish gown docs not stand out well It is best iiiock away, i ne lunniest part about It we are. Wc own this house and try unlucky embonpoint, y' know, and. albasis of reckoning. By the very ac he suggested, laying was that nobody supposed for a mo to Keep it in lair repair. though lie.pnlTed and strained and got curate weighing of one member of the Cheek. They caught his hand on his wives a little maxim as to waving which war taken to the governor's palace for to have ruffles of silk put on the lining on in a moment: has been of great serwcc.to inc. Said cataloguing none Is attracting more at- or underneath the skirt rather than to ment it could possibly be the real thlnir. as red as a lobster, his finger tips were tribe of window-pan- e "We're both healthy as can be and buzzers the tention in Havana just now than the old have the petticoat so long that it drags n wise old lady to mo once, when I de They thought it was a clever piece of I could wrestle a pretty good man yet. still four Inches from the shoestrings. weight was found to be two centi 'The jawbone of an ass.'sir." Some ludicrous answers result from fended some foolish piece of economy official garrote. The machine has been on the ground. If flannel petticoats iivuiig, or cise a wonueriul wax litrure, I'm 78 and I see no reason why I should At that instant he happened to glance gramsthat is, it would take 1,400 flies That the coon was actually asleep never not live to be a hundred. Wife, too, is around and saw two ladles coming out to make an ounce avoirdupois. Meas- dialect. A boy in the west was read- of my own as necessary: "My dear. in active service Tor more than a centu are worn they should be made of the r own skin." This ry, the last executioner, an aged negro very thinnest quality, like the alba occurred to anyone, and I stood around In the best of health. Doctors have no of a shop. Thej- - were looking at him urement showed that the creature was ing: "Her mate zat bezidc her an' zang never save out a zwcet zong." "Now, what is the sub is the mistake which many a woman cunvici,- - naving presided nt 70 cere- tross flannel, and on exactly the same with my heart in my month for fear the call to come bothering us. I lay our and giggling. That settled it! In the four-tentof an inch long. "Zider, zir." makes, to find out too lute that nature monies. The garrote itself is a shabbv lines as the silk petticoat If the noise would arouse him. It didn't, how good health to our careful way of liv wink of an eye he lost every vestige of With these figures we can arrive at ject of the sentence?'-- ' ever, and he snored away peacefully ing. 1 never drank liquor, yountr man. his assurance. His elegant aplomb van- some interesting conclusions. To make In "The Battle of Blenheim" the read punishes no sins so severely us those enough old trap, consisting mainly of flannel petticoat is not worn and until nearly four o'clock. Then he and don't touch coffee. I smoke all the ished like magic. He seemed to col- a pound 22,400 flics would be required, ing led to the line: "The plowshare of ignorance. hen the need for econ rusty iron and an unplaned board or the short white skirts are used instead. woke up with a start, and was so sur time I m awake, and don't believe it lapse upon himself and actually get old which means that 50,176,000 of the lit- turns them out." "Turns what out?" omy comes her first thought is to make two. The dons are awfully punctilious they too must be cut on the same lines. The skulls, zir." "What are skulls?" up the deficiency "out of her own skin." in regard to form, but scandalously The trouble with most of the ready- prised ne came near jumping through hurts me a bit." N. Y. World. while he was taking his foot "off the tle pests go to the ton. "Bones of the ed without the mate on She lets one of her maids go and fills careless of appearance. made short white petticoats is that they the plate glnss. The spectators howled, Try to imagine a ton of files! Yet box. It was an abject, pathetic specThe Fable of the I,nsy Man. A judge who might have seven kinds are on a yoke, and the fulness below the 'n, zir." Apropos of the cuckoo: "What in the gaps herself, or she doe more anu mat night the house raised mv sal tacle. He hurried away, no longer n it is not such an extraordinary quantiThere was a lazy man who said unto you know about the cuckoo?" of the spring sewing, instead of cut- of hts if he should omit one syllable ol yoke Is put so that it comes at the hips, nry. I tried to work the same scheme conquering hero, but a cringing, wad- ty. A good-size- d elephant weighs ten do' Please, sir, it doesn't lay its own eggs. ting down the number of fresh frocks tne interminably long harangue de- Of course It mrnns a lit.tie trouble to afterward, but it was a failure. The himself: dling, apologetic fat man, totally un- tons, yet it would be balanced on the 'I will arise from my couch this darky couldn't pretend worth a cent." for herself and her daughters to abso- livered at the scene of the judicial mur- look Into all these little.details of dress, tcale by only a portion of the number of sir." Cornhill nerved by the mere fact morning with the determination of tie his own shoes and that he couldn't flies mentioned by Prof. Howard. t. N. O. lute necessities. Ladles' Home Jour- der would calmly officiate at the same but, once down and the that women were starting out to create a s"tir in the Scalloped Cod. in a condition which to the untrained put in good order, the new gown will nal. Calculation shows that Howard's laughing about it. Yes, my boy, a game world. Lontr have I nromiscd mvsolf Frills of Fashion. Take any cold remains of cod, break olfactories of the ignorant Yankees look 20 per cent, better than if It is man can stand anything but ridicule. enormous figure would make 8,900,000,-000,00- 0 I rune the' (.deal. Very dainty and refined looking are that some day 1 would leave off mvold. the flesh into little pieces, entirely free and might savor of the humble animal the worn over fly elephants. But the remarkknocks him out." N. O. Times- Comfort is :tn ideal element, neatness dons have dclarcd we resemble. Thus lingerie. Harper's Bazar. the gowns of gray and white foulard slow habits; that I would do things; That able nature of the statement is not it from skin and bone. Season with y silk, with trimmings of black chantil-l- y that i would rise! I shall be- - Democrat. fully apparent without a little more pepper and salt and mix lightly in a is another. 'Beauty of dress and house- it is that the garrote is simple to excess. Cranberries for Grip. lace, a vest of black chantilly net, laid gin!" lleyond Ills Depth. teaspoonful of chopped parsley and a hold ornament these are ideal ele- It is about ten feet high all told. The easy arithmetic. The recent talk in public prints Thereupon he got out of bed. nnd over rose pink, with a number of black "Let us," said the speaker, "be not few drops of essence of anchovy. Mois ments. The laws of health are as Ideal platform, which is four feet from the upon the value of the To prevent the evil of overcrowding cranberries as ten with a little melted butter. Butter as they are practical. We have seen la- ground, is some six feet square. At prophylactic in grip has In it undoubt- a velvet bows set here and there on the when he had his left trouser leer half too hasty In our endeavor to solve the among elephants it would be necessary half a dozen scallop shells and cover dies' gowns that were poems much more tached to on and was dancing about the room on social problems that confront us. Our bodice. the iron column which runs edly an element of truth. The vegeone foot his heel got into close rela country is young yet, and we must pass to jjive to each one an nverage space them with finely-grate- d bread crumbs. unmistakably than any Jhey could through nnd supports this is nn iron table acid of the berry is an excellent Many of the new summer fabrics have measuring 15 feet square that is, 225 Divide the prepared fish write, and not much inferior to some chair. Two feet above this is the fatal alterative to the system, and materially n continuous trimming woven in the tionship with a. tack that had been sit- through the experiences that fall to square feet. It follows therefore that tions, one for each shell.into equal por all countries in the early stages of their 123,000 fly elephants goods. Grenadines, ctaraincs and nets ting up all night. could stand on one upon the bread crumbs, Lay the fish that have deservedly an honored place. screw. The culprit (?) is seated in this assists in the preventing of any clogAnd Io! it came to pass that the man development. cover asrain The practical can be made ideal by the chair with his hands and feet firmly tied ging of the alimentary canal. This in have beautiful insertions, incrustasquare mile of territory. But when we bread crumbs and put little bits infusion of ideal elements into all the and his eyes blindfolded. "Here is the tramp question, for in- look nt tions, chenille devices like embroidery did things; he rose; he made a stir! itself is an excellent ally. Lemons used figure and compare it with with that of butter here and there over the whole. stance. We all know that there are our total of 8,900,000.000,000 Chicago Times-Heraland runnings of crimped ribbon interAt the proper momenta twirl is given rather freely will be found to be equally we ask our- Bake In a quick oven for a quarter an, arrangements of house and home. It is thousands of unemployed men in the selves how great an area easier to do this when you have plenty the screw, which penetrates his neck serviceable. A physician recommends woven. of Too Appropriate Hloquence. would be rethe fish is hot nnd the United worthose and breaks his of us Bias and straight-cu- t folds are in It was at a ministers' club meetlnc. rying a States, and many what areto be quired to accommodate them all. Near- hour or more, tillLav-- the shells On a hot of money, but there areD11 that do It operation may oTrspinal column. The as a very good tonic a glnss of hot crumbs brown. great deal over Is without much. When may not be very pain- lemonade, not too sweet, taken just begreat use on gowrts of light cloth, sheer and the cloth was swapping experiMaurierwaa ly twice the total area of the globe dish covered with a napkin and done with them. But let us not be over-hast- would be needed to give all ful. If it were not for the peculiarly fore going to bed. It is not necessary wool, silk, veiling, bunting, and ences. those mon- wiin parsiey. isosion Uiobe. garnish girding at the aesthetic craze, he repI say, in trying to dispose of sters btanding room. resented the typical victim of it sittinc fiendish manner in which the affairs that this should have any alcoholic adNot only do they finish skirt N. Y. World. At a funeral recently," said one of these at a table with n lily in a vase before were conducted there is reason to be- ditionindeed, its medicinal effect is edges, tunics, jackets, low-cdress the clergymen, "I narrowly escaped tramp matters. Sooner or later the Smooth Foreheads Are Knre. will work out his own salvation. Jnst Kitchen Fires. him, and protesting that he could dine lieve that the garrote is less inhuman better without it. The same practiwaists, etc., but, laid one above another, laughing outright at an unconscious A pretty forehead Is a possession to sufficiently upon Airs. A told her new man servant that, feasting his eyes than either the rope or the chair. It is tioner recommends the free use of subthey form entire overdresses, under- bit of humor I perpetrated. 'Why is It. I am" (a colored youth from the country) to value, as much of the character of the thereon. "Say," interrupted a dusty-lookin- g But nt tables one or the Spanish who have thrown the fruits during skirts to the knees, boleros, berthas and I asked. In the course of my moral-an- face depends upon it. Any forehead two dishes might ninnyprofitably ex- method into odium. Cincinnati En- acid of oranges In a fever epidemic A person in the rear part of the hall, "you make a fire in the drawing-roothe be box a typhoid season will sleeves. Sometimes the folds are ar- plying eloquence, 'why is it that there day. Coming in soon after, she must and can be free from irregular- changed for a fc'w flowers. "If you have quirer. better switch over to some other sub- other often save a doctor's bill. N. Y. Post. ranged upon the foundation in scallops, should be a peculiar appropriateness ities and wrinkles to be attractive, Care two loaves of bread," said found him hopelessly contemplating ject. You don't know the tramp." Mahomet, in points and in diagonal lines from the y in the gathering about this bier Canna. Cnltnre. Clnxer Cream. the andirons, tongs, etc., with a pilepf should be taken in youth to avoid the "exchange one of them for d;tlTodlI$; underarm scams of the bodiec or the of friends and rclatircs whose tears fall Chicago Post. Cut four ounces of Breserred rrlnn-elogs by his side large enough to warm straight lines on the forehead which for, while bread strengthened! It will be noticed that front panel of the skirt. They arc ar- like rain? I paused there significantly Proof Enough. the rainy summer the cannaa during a very into thin slices; put the yolks of three are brought on by elevating the eye- body, to look upon the daffodil will make a Wigs Women don't get excited as a regiment. ranged always with a view to the figure to let my words sink in, when suddenly, very heavy growth. This indicates that e?es Into a saucenan. with nne.hnif "Have you never made a fire before, brows. Look at the middle-aire- d faces the heart." Christian Register. usually they often as men. a nnd height of the wearer. Chicago I with flash, it crossed ,'ou meet each day nnd mark the preva do not receive enough wa- pint of milk and two tablespoons of the William?" the asked, somewhat sharpWngs-Promy mind that the dead man had been-.uecoru. it. lence of these lines just over the temly. ter. The soil must be verv rieh in or sirup. Let it boil gently; stirring all rtcwllched Vent. "Well, when a man's excited he a milkman in the community for 25 "Well, ma'am, I ain't never made what ples. In nine cases out of ten the re Kidney Omelet. Have the butcher chop together three der to get the best possible results, and the tuse, till the cream is smooth and y. world. swears." years.- yo'- call a refined iire no, ma'am!" was mainder of the face will be smooth and pounds of lean veal and half a pound of must be loose and sandy. They should thick, btrain it Into a basin and. add Place a small saucepan, with one "Yes." . , ' pint of cream and rs Sinking: for Salt Water Wells. youthful, but those lines tcll the-tal-e tablespoonful fine chopped onion, one salt pork. Add n tablespoonful of Lc planted in a partially shaded loca"And when a woman's excited she the puzzled reply, Harper's Bazar. ounce of gelatine dissolved in A new industry is springing up in ounce of butter, half of a bay leaf and of age lioston Globe. minced onion, half a nutmeg grated, a tion where the sun will not parch.- ,weeps." Parent of a 1'rodlcr. a little milk. AYhislc it till it thickens, nix whole peppers, over the fire; cook northern Mexico sinking wells for salt little red pepper, salt depending upon Woman's Home Companion. "Right again." , "What an amount of dignity Jones pour it into a damp mold, and put it in Potatoes Stuffed with Fish. five minutes without browning; udd water to manufacture salt for mining saltncss of the pork, three cggsucil the "Well, if "a woman A ThouKhtfnl Sweetheart. a caol place nntil set. Ingredients: Scoup out the insides of six large one toatpoonful of flour, stir one min- and domestic purposes. One company time a man swore should cry cverv seems to have developed lately," rewe'd have another marked Brown. "He's golng-t- o throw baked potatoes, leaving the shells near- beaten, and a small tcacupful of milk. "Dear Mary." wrote John from Cuba Four ounces of preserved ginger, the ute; add one gill of boiling water, half has secured 120,000 acres of salt water deluge." Philadelphia Pack into a buttered bread tin, cover to his sweetheart at Vassar, "it rains yolks of two eggs, two up his job and try to get somethingbet-ter- . ly whole; mush thoroughly and Record. tablespoons of nteapoonful liquid beef extract, three territory at Cameron, 120 miles south He says there's no use of a man some hot milk, mix vitU- an beat in with cracker dust and bake two hours here most all the time. You never saw the sirup, one-hapint of milk, tablespoon fuls of sherry wine or water, of Laredo, and have struck water conIt Reminded Hint. equal nnd a half, busting occasionally with a such a bad spell of wetther." plat of cream, and Mrs. Wickwire Did you read that with his qualifications filling so menial amount of baked or boiled fish minced mixture of. hot water and half a teaspoonful of salt, a quarter of a taining 12 per cent. salt, worth from melted butposition. And he's always been such fine, odd a small pinch "Dear John," wrote Mary In reply, "I packet of gelatine. Boston Globe. of pepper; cook five min- one to two cents per pound. Chicago little account In the'unnrj- - nf how a a meek, of pepper and ter. Cool in the, pan in which it is baked, a unassuming man, you know." didn't, know before just what you soldier feels when going Into his first a utes: then strain the sauce Into a clean Chronicle. nnd cut in thin slices. Good House- Jieedcd. I inclose a spelling book"r The Teeth. "Yes," replied Smith, ''but I heard half teaspponfuLof salt, beat well and return to the potato Bhell. keeping. sauctpan. Cut three lamb's kidneys in battle? Ills Idea of Them. Th reason ok! people's teeth drop Judge. Mr. Wickwire It reminds me of the that his baby has just got sa that it Heat them very hot in the oven. This halves, remove the white part in the Hawkins I don't see from all acoat is. not because of their years, but 'papa' so center, cut the kidneys into small slices, counts that these naval chaplains do way I felt when I was getting mar- can say Y. World. they can understand makes n good breakfast relish. Ultie-ffsIced Cocas. Her Way. Wchs of a crusty substance that It." N, ried. Indianapolis Journal, .cod, or halibut may bo need. add thcin to the fcauce, cook five min- much. Put two heaping teasponnfuls nf co Ilicks tDois your wife ever ask ye ferajM on the side of the tee tk. To , utes. Next prepare an omelet, pour coa into a double, boiler, add gradually for money? '" Housewife. Famous French "Women. Tucker Oh, 1 don't know; I see a jofevent thU one sbetthl vMt, j dentist .Bitter and Man. Lancelot-Croeover the kidney, fold and slip the ome- good deal about converted yachts. pint of .water, Cook ttndjtir' about a Madame theFrench Wicks'Ne,ret a Butter is prima when it is fresh: but t oacee in six months. Detroit Kew Way to Serve let on to a hot dish, Brooklyn Eagle. five minutes, beat thoroughly; add half "She musiibe a Richmond Dispatch. Tra srM. man's youthful freshness disappears artist, has just made fof the French Orange juice over strawberries of- a pint of cream whipped for a minute "Bat she frequently tells me to p when he reaches hi prime. Chicago government 0. necklace comjiosed cf 12 The Animus. Very Small Came. '7 medals bearing the heads of the 12 fers a variety in their service The with an egg beater and stand, a(de to her some." Pi. ostoa Transcript. "I don't hate the capitalist because he Tenderfoot Is there any big game Daily News. . in attentate layers in a pfe dish most famous women of French jiistorjv berries should bp, covered wt!x sugar cool. When cool ill a glss d J has money," tins man with the riotous around here? Ifcvef or. Taw; Kces of cW beef, onion a inl potatoes, First the Heal. Thc subject was inspired1 by Queen nnd the Juice of sdyeral oranges. They full or fineiy.choppeii am h nttl whiskers explained. "I hate him beA boy who J t V bet er t o love t he person you can't Native There used tor be, but bo w' layer of potato. Add ! Margherita of Italy, and the ornament f.tiould bo chilled in tHe refrigerator for pulverized sugar; pour tn rM&eoa, top clue whefe starts jm to practice mM. j hjawtntr cause I have no money." Indlanapolit y.er can't fi&d nut raited hag a aard and enoagk stoek to moisten, b4 penny tte. liufrry lbni'i to marry Jhc person you- is to bo presented to' the eip.graj ki hour before, serving. Kiifjsns.CSty it with a teaspoon fid at wUa( crn4 tim getting! he was to cat) him doctor. tmmlng for an Nty.Jw,wX people awl bak tun t ion. Chicago Daily News. kavr. CitciuU Ka- IHtr, ; , sj. XuH, Cfekaga Tribin. : yjtfhmoiiiJ-Fak- r Angijtt , ?, S, 4, ftietoo. ftir, JLttjtuet j, J, 3, 4, JiioUMoud Fair, Aqgiwj , g, , r Street RkUM!4 Agpuit I, 8, 4, arer? u?onricg, tfi'ngs. iClnte-lenlhTo-Da- Br, fered It, ty One Who SuU ten-mil- new-theor- d, dry-goo- d. well-know- well-know- cos-mic- al new-mad- nt bric-a-bra- c, at lace-edge- d the-roo- "There's something barbaric about lynching, as most people will agree," said the man with the broken nc.se, "but I can easily name two worse things. One is rolling a man nronnd in a barrel and the other is a coat of tar nnd feathers. In niy foolish ounrr days I arrived at a town in southern Indiana to find the people excited ,jvrr several arrests for robbery. A family named Black, consisting of man unij wife and a grown-u- p son, had been caught and made to confess to many thefts. Instead of putting them .,u trial, the people had determined ply tar and feathers and waik 'i ih ,t of town. I had no objections j f.ir as the men were concerned, but vi,,u it came to the woman I myself her champion and declare! they must walk over my dead 1kk!v fi rt or about five minutes I was a hero. Then about a dozen men grabbed ne nnd hustled me into n room, and aftrr the Blacks had been dispatched f according to programme, I was brought out for punishment. Plenty of t,ir ,n feathers were left, but the crowd vt, t ed a change, and it was dvcided lh I should have the barrel exercise. 'ihr got out and unbended a big cider barrel, dropped me into it, and repl.u ,j the head, and then all was ady "I was inclined to look upon the ceedings with contempt. I had i,. v.r I been rolled in a barrel, nnd ,M, t no Idea of the sensations. Tin kicked it along the wide unpave! end it had not rolled over more 20 times when I was sick of nn r After they had enjoyed theniseh, a quarter of nn hour I was pr.u death to hurry up. I dimly rni n ber,that after they got tired of tin ' ball work in the street they rollni barrel up a long hill, nnd then let . kiting down. You talk of seasick but there is no comparison. from the feeling of nausea, I was jiim d, jolted and bruised from head to hn u, and in one of the bumps had my rbroken. I was unconscious when t! j finally took me out, arid for a we. k I was little better than a dead man was weeks nnd weeks before I gut ti,. revolving motion out of my heat! ,. .,, could walk straight, and to this d.i, 1 can't see a grindstone revolving wn', out being nffectcd by it. It would lnw been far more merciful to hang an ij by the neck." "But about the tar and feather was asked. "Well, I met the old man Black al two years later, and he still smellt-- i ,' the tar. Be told me that it took weeks' work with soap nnd water t the stuff started, and that spoK , left which couldn't be got off. rubbed with a brick. He feel the degradation to much, but hurt his feelings was that he hail obliged to put in more work on that than in nil his life before. He hao tn the barrel racket once, and he fhoi It it a shade worse than tnr. lint he lm' words of sympathy with m. On ' contrary, he said if I hadn't mivr the three of them would prohabh got off with a ride on a rail." CLu Inter Ocean. con-i:t,'P- (l tit 1 - . .1 c-- ' v-i- T STRAWS OF FASHION. Indicating the Prevailing Winds of Custom Xotea on Ladles' Costnmes. Baby ribbon in blackund white mnf, edges the ruffles on a white organ gown. Flowered linen lawn gowns triintm with wide bauds of blue veiling lm with silk and matching the color :n tl.i flowers and edged with black silk br.u-are the extreme of fashion in the of combination and novelty. Oolf jackets are made of bright grrn cloth, with revers, collar and culls ..' red. A lace bodice over white silk anu striped diagonally front nnd back. vtitL tucked bands of black taffeta silk. with a cream cloth skirt. Tl' bands meet in a point in the middle ! the back. Book muslin, organdie nnd point d'esprit arc the popular materials f t graduation gowns. Sailor hats made of fancy braid arm finished with a band of brown orbh, velvet are very stylish. Alpine hats of coarse straw with so' t twist of polka dotted silk gauze or t; t feta silk around the crown and som still white quills at the side ure won with pique skirts. Black Chantilly in applique designs decorates some of the white organdie gowns exquisitely. Dainty lawn waists in pale blue and pink have a white gimp of tucked lawn and lace insertion, which also form; the top of the sleeve. White pique yachting suits with red collar and cuff 3 arc very effective. tatting is coming hi again to be used as an edge for mIJ, d plaitings on the govti, Pale blue velvet baby ribbon gatl. ered on one edge and sewn in rov s around a white chiffon collar and the upper portion of the chiffon vest is a very dainty bit of color in the bodi of a black and white foulard. Of course the rows are fully a third of an inch apart, which gives a pretty effect. The prettiest toques are built of fcMs of tulle, with one single ostrich feather at the side. Chicago Chronicle. Sponjre ItoIIa. Take one breakfastcupful of flour, the same nearly full of pounded sugar, a teaspoonful of soda, and the same cf cream of tartar or tartaric acid. Mi well together, then beat the whites of two eggs and the yolks of three vuth half a pint of milk. Add this to the flour, etc, and beat again. Pour this latter into a buttered tin and bake for nbout a quarter of an hour in a moderately quick oven. When nearly cold, spread a layer of raspberry jam on the cake and roll. Ingredients: One break of a fastcupful of flour, breakfastcupful of pounded sugar, a teaspoonful of soda, a teaspoonful cf cream of tartar, the whites of two eggs and yolks of three and half a pint of milk. Philadelphia Press. Home Influenee. Home Influence is the most impor tant factor in the education of a child. The constant, imperceptible prtssire exerted by the ways in which the events of the daily life are met molds him as nothing else can do. Accordirg 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 ie a mint forthe coining of character," and character affects our destinies both here and hereafter. Ladies' Home . much-triinmethree-quarters . . u 4,472,2SO,103,-C2S,713,559,3- - " Times-Democra- under-clothin- g To-da- d. y, cta-sinin- e. ut choke-produci- ve Journal. .. " three-quarte- rs three-quarte- -. -- lf three-quarte- rs three-quarte- rs tcn.-poonf- Vnttlna: Ment, Toncne nnd Chlckrn. Any left-ovpieces 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- spoomul of powdered mace and two ounces of melted butter. Season light ly with salt and pack into a cup or tumbler. Pour over n little melted suet and stand aside. This will keep for a week or ten days. Tongue, chicken and baked liver are among the best meats for potting. Ladies Home Jourer nal. h, inr e, ." oue-tMr- 1 Yi( 9e tha hi' tP q-- f ' Two Clinfuls of tomatoes, one slice of onios. one bav leaf, three etnves. one- half teaspoonful of thyme, cooked together until soft, then add one-habox of gelatin that has been soaked, and stir until the gelatin fs dissolved; then strain and peurit into a border or ring- snapeci moid jo set. Serve with the center of, the jelly-rla-- g nlled with celery cut into pieces, and, mixed with rosyon-aiGarnish 'With crisp lettuce lf tarm-SJSa'pefS- Tmtti Jelly. e. yie. rf n "rj n, 7w mr Patort A7c Vamp, Cloth Top, with Silk-work- ed Eyelets. 'Price, $2.50: IS I? THE BOY'S DESIRE ivs ior stylish shoes should ho gratified, when style, strength and durability can bo found combined in footwear. A boy will tako more caro of handsomo shoes. Our assortment of Hoys' Footwear will plenso the boy and satisfy tlio pnrent. Each pair is made of particularly tough, hut very pliablu calf, and we are offering theui at astonishingly low prices Svoc s a tdotV axv&. art ON A mus too "Re scuAo FIRM 15 KH If 4 IteasonR enough here why you should wear stylish no reason why you shouldn't. Ev6rv nair of SIiopk nfler in Mnii'u "Woman's and Children's, are made on A n.l tlm nuttoaf uli.i.x...! !.. r. 4- - shoe is mndo by expert workmen from X fine Calf and Kid and finished in the best manner. And to make possession easy we sell to fit all pocket-booku-s. KtaAvw, CAW 0 Ses Oxfav&s. and RICE &o AH,N"OLD3 oucuessors to WAJLJLAUJi; cc KlUJW. Jti&i IpsyBee gg Cash Store's Great Clear ance Sale! Good Cassimere Knee Pants for children. (Jhtlilron'.s Strictly All-wo- jr-- The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 1899. ijl? ! -- -- Fnir next week. Dr. llobson. Dentist. the monoy than any other clothier. New store, Main street. tf For Rent. Six rooms over Higgins & Ellis' grocery store for lent for offices or resident. Apply to J. T. McClintoek, Richmond, je28-tf- . Kentucky. Conlcderale Association. Stouffer sells moro clothing for Queen & Crescent Route, low rates to Frankfort. Peoples Party State 1809. Tickets Convention, July will be on sale from all points in Kentucky at low reduced lates for this occasion. Ask agents for full particulate 27-2- 9, The granite column is no less strong because po'ished. is wild with excitement tit the for which THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE is closing out their surplus stock of seusonahle Spring tint! Summer Goods. All our previous offers that have convulsed the people, are dwarfs in comparison to our offers in the GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. Prices that were crippled in our former offers will be killed in this great sale. The knife that was driven to the hilt will now sink to the heart. Every dollars worth of' our choice stock of Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods must go at prices completely obliterated and profit entirely ignored. No wonder disgruntled competition stands aghast. The bargains we are dishing out stand unequalled, unmatched and incomparable. RICHMOND is A. . pi One-Four- th i Hi Our Groat OfFCleai iiiff Sale is now jroiim on."?j 4 Values not Considered. Everything has had the bottom knocked out. buits, Odd Pants, Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, Shoes, Hats, in fact everything in the house lias been reduced to m OneFourth Off. til 0 XT 6 Tho Confederate Veterans Association of Kentucky has decided on May Sec interesting notice Danville Fair 1G, 17 and 18 of next year as the dat b in our supplement. for tho national reunion at Louisviilet Have you been in Stoufler's new ami is actively making preparations. store, on Jlain street? tf High Priced Farm. Head premium list of Kichuioml Hon. A. B. Montgomery, of Eliza-b( Fair in oursujjploment. blown, from the Stouller lias moved to Maiu street, Fourth - Congressional district, has next to John G Taylor's. tf bought the famous Camp Dick Itohin-so- n farm, near Danville, for $21,000. No complimeutBries to the fair to any body, whomsoever, this year. Strayed. From my piemlses on North street Estill Springs are again attracting two the attention of Hichmond people. barrows, weight about loO pounds each. Any Finest line of neckwear in the citv at Stoufler's now More, Main street, tf information that will lead to' their recovery will be liberally rewarded. Get ready for tho Fair. Head the J. C. Ciiknault. big premium li6t in our supplement. Everyone Gats a Prize Free. E. L. Hadon has put in a soda During the street fair here next week, fountain in his store at Valley View. for those who do not care for the horses, "Will Fife was arrested Sunday and there will he fine music, balloon ascen lodged in jail on the charge of hog sions, flying dutchmcn, and all the stealing. other innocent amusements usually Mr. Silas Taylor anil familv, of found upon the rightsort of fairgrounds. Fayette, have moved to a residence on Increased School Per Capita. North street. Superintendent of Public Instruction Stouffer took more than 100 meas Davidson has fixed the per capita for ures in one week for suits and nants. the vear ending June 30, 1000, at $2.70, New store, Main street. tf as against $2:30 hist year. This is next A beautiful Chickenm? niano. mndp to the highest mark yet reached, which of mahogany, can bo purchased from was $2.85, as fixed by Supt. Ed Porter u. w. avails. Jr., Ior ?U0. nel4-t- f Thompson. Ed Masters, the old fisherman of Winchester Court. Valley View, brought a cat J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports fish to town Wednesday. about 400 cattle on the market. One Nice dinners and lunches at Todd's lot good steers, weight 975, brought 4c; vacant store, served by ladies of Catho light steers and heifers 3 to 3Jc; about lic church, during the Fair. 1,000 fair ewes sold at prices ranging from S3.23 to $3 75. A good many catants to buy tle left over unsold. et light-coloied. Tho Uerea public school began on Mouday. Boy's Clothing That Will Make Mothers Wild to Buy. Or discomfort, no irritation or tit- - inh testines but gentle, prompt, healthful cleansing, when ; ua i.ue tlioi-me- 10c. per pair. Roy's $2 00 and Sold by all druggists. 25 cents The man who doesn't believe in bigns is liable to get fresh paint on his clothes. Philadelphia Record. to serious Hoarseness Leads On irritation of tho throat, and ivnee rants, double Knee nnu double seat, all colors, worth toe. per pair aro 'vonrs in this sale for 39c. $1.F0 S3 TA S4 50 ami $5.00 Knee Pant sale at S2.G9, all styles, "Cream of $2.50 Knee Pant Knits go at S1.49; Our Suits go in this the Stock." ) Uiu Roy's Long Pants Cassimere Suits worth $3.00 and $4.00 will disappear in tiiis clearance sale at Sl.flS Kneo Pant Suits in double breasted Boy's $1.25 and and Iteefer styles, neat and serviceable, ages 3 to II, the price in this clearance sale only S'Jc. THBSS UNMATDHABLE Rig Roy's $7. 8, $5) and $10 Long Pant Suits, choicest assortment of fancy and plain worsted cheviots, Scotches unflnished worsteds, etc. Take vour pick and fit in this sale at $4.J8. ARE mav end in a racking, rasping cough Dr." Hell's Pine Tar Honey will quickly char the throat and leave the voice clear and smooth. It :s an infallible remedy for coughs and colds ami all disorders of the throat and lungs U'mmI Iruggists sell it. 25c. It The Boone's Creek liaptist Association will meet October 12 with Corinth church, in Clark county. Many Lives Are Saved MliW IM CHANCES WE! IIM FI M511! Men's (iood Caesimcre Suits well made, in brown, blue scotch mixtures, all sizes, worth $5. $6 and .f7 will be closed in this clearance sale at $2 !)8. Suits, choice styles and qualities in Men's Fine single ami double breasted, sack and frock styles of fine imported worsteds hcotches and clays, every suit in the lot worth ami sold everywhere from $8 to $12. take vour choice and pick in this sale nt All-wo- Such Rare Bargains as These in Shoes. ' Ladies' Dongola Patent Tip solid shoes worth 1.25 co in this ante .it 75c per pair; Men's Sunday Shoes in lace and concre worth H.Su will be dished out to you at 8!c per pair; Men's fl.75 ami II shoes will be J1.00; Men's dark Tan, lllack VicI ami real Russia leather 1 and M shoes, they go in this sale at flJ-9. Such All-wo- Sacrifices as These in Dry Goods. Tar Hoiipv When a cold creeps upon you, or a cough racks your lungs, no lemedv is so prompt or effectual. It by t ho timely use of Dr. Bell's Pine L!)8. ing reserved. wide Serces, Henirettas, cheviot effects, noTellies, fancy weaves in black all double width (roods worth 35c and 50c per yard, will be slaughte.ed in this sale at 18c per yd. Noth- All the exteiior work on the now Lexington court bouse is finished, witli the exception of the painting aud scraping. Bad Blood Cure Free. Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, perfect tailored, which will meet the wants and suit the ideas of stylish dressers to a "T." Yon can make your unrestricted selection from several hundred of these fashionjtarments worth from $14 to $lt, able tailor-mad- e they go in this sale at $8.48. Organdies that were 25c and ."Be per yard are now 12,c in thi sale; Wash goods of all kinds cut half into; Men's Suspenders, mohair ends, worth 25c per pair are 10c in this sale. One lot of Slippers for ladies in sizes 2(, 3, 4, and some 8's that were formerly sold at $1.2"), $1.50 and $2 will be closed in this sale at 50c per pair. ZARING JulyW-t- f our wheat 33 BR Money in your pockets to give , i r. us a iook. ii you care to make money on your purchases come and see us. Our Sosds are on Friday air concerts by tho band nights are looked forward to and enjoyed by the public. Kstill county teacher's institute meets August 7, for one week. Prof. The open Shipp, of Somerset, director. WHS m m i i . First-Gla- ss and Uu-to-Date Stouffer has taken more measures for suits to order this spring than all tue rest combined, isew store, Main St. tf Mr. Sharp Holmes, an enterprising The Richmond Fair will very prop young printer and adventurer, killed a erly patronize the Richmond Band. five-forattlesnake at JIallory Sprincs, Now let us all patronize the Fair. this coun'y, three weeks ago, cooked John Gibson's great mare, Maude and ate part of his snakcsliip, and tanEmperor, won second money in the ned its hide aud made several belth which he desicned to present to 6ome $1,000 consolation purse at Detroit. lady friends. Mr. Holmes is a "ratWill givo you more flour ZARING and of a better quality for tler," as everybody will now adudt. vour wheat than anvune. Dinners During Tho Fair. ulyl2-tf ill curable by B. 15. B. (Botanic Blood Balm;, which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases. Persistent Soies. Blood and Skin Bleui ishes, Sriofula, that resist other treatments, are quickly cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm.) Skin Eruptions, Pimples, Bed, Itching Eczema, Scales, Blisters, Red or Brown Patehes, Blotches, Catarih, Rheumatism, etc, are all title to had blood, and hence easily cured According to Whose Ox is Gored. oy B. B. B. Syphilitic Blood Poison by from The half dozen Democrats who are literally driven Blood the system one B Bain!), in B. B. (Botanic to not supporting the State ticket find live months. IL B. B. does not contain themselves in the same boat that car- vegetable or mineral poison. One hot ried the handful of Palmer.and Buck-tie- r He will test it in any case. For sale In drtiggiats adherents. There is no more rea- 51, fix for everywhere,for large bottles So. Send a free sample son for the bolt now than there was bottle, which will ho sent by return then. 1J. J. Newlon in Oweutoti Hbr- - mail. When you write, describe symptoms, and personal free medical ndvico ald. vill be given. Address Blood Balm Co , I3S Mitchell street, Atlanta, Ga. Rattlesnake Bells For Ladies cer of the Nose. Eye, Lip, Ear, Neck, Uieast, Stomach, Legs, or Arms, are Eating Sores, Tumors, Ulcers. Can- and 85e per yard will be slaughtered Fine Jacnuads. Poplins and many fancy weaves in all wool double width Fine in this sale' at 4fc per yard. Nothing leserved Ds Goods'. Former price 75c White Underwear. Ladies' Heady-mad- e Dress Skirts, CarSpecial Clearance Sale saving on Ladies' Heady-mad- e pets and Ijice Onitaius. Thfse gods have felt the keen edge of our cold steel and stand out to you as the greatest bargains we aro olleriiig in tin's sale, ask to see them. Xot an article in the entire big store left untouched, this sale must Ijo far reaching, a clean sweeping and a great space cleanim; side for us We must have room for our fall toek and the only way we see to get it is to actually givo away and throw out several thousand dollars worth of the best oods we have to our customers and let them profit bv our loss. Don't fail to attend this sale. A Great Big Lot of Men's "Tie Litien" Pants and Men's Blue Camlet Jeans Pants "the best" Camlet, will he closed at 39c per pair. New York Mills CAH CLKAUANOK SALE Brine along your HASH when you come for iheae bargains and save time and a refusal of cretlit, for this is a to irake room and uet cash to buy fall goods with. Very Respectfully, w. lo COMPANY. RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND GEORGETOWN inly2Myr Prof. J B. Walton, of Colorado Springs, has been engaged as principal of the Lebanon High School for the ensuing year. More Than s. The report is untrue that Richmond will have no Fair. On tho contrary she will have ono of the greatest in tho South. The Danville Fair, August 30, 31, September 1, will be one of the best in the Stnte. Write Secretary Bright'for 11b The Clotliier, The Slioer, The n catalogue. Tho ladies of the Catholic church will furnish dinuets during the Fair, in the Schlegel building, formerly occupied by Louis Todd. A good dinner can be had for the small Mini of twentv-fiv- e cents. Lunch and refreshments will also be served nt popular prices during mornings and evening. Don't forget thcplaco. Bring your appetites. juIy2G-2- flatter, TIe Furnisher. We are closing out all our pood in I "I have used Chamberlain's Cough "I'Iit to remodel our house. Clotliini:, Remedy in my fmilv for years and al- Ii!'. shirts and underear t vour own wavt wilh uood results." says Mr. W l1"!' at SioiiHer's new Main street It. Cooper, of HI Rio, Cal. "For small Mnr-nest door to Farmer's National children we find it especially effecl:",k tf tive." For sale by Perry h Thomas, july5-ldruggists l"r disobedienee tliHsmall boy fre-nttakes the palm.-Chica- go The misery of poverty is nothing 1 ii!y News. company with the misery of envy. lv t Prof. David A. Cheuault, of Lex ington has bee'n appointed Manager oi Another Pastor Resigns. the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Rev. P. F. Adams on Sunday resigned Kentucky. his pastorate of the Predestination Mr. Arthur Todd has a position Baptist church, this city. One week bewith Mr W. S. Oldham, the popular fore Revs. Owens ami EdwardH resigned furniture dealer, corner Irvine and their charge of Baptisi churches. No smcessors have been chosen. The Second sticets. Fouxi) In this city, a Knight Tem Baptist church, this city, is undergoing plar insignia. Owner can have same repairs to the cupola and roof, and by calling at State Bank & Trust Co- already presents a better appearance, owing to a new coat of paint. and paying for this notice. july2G-t- f Mr. Parrish Announces for Jailer. Fon Sale. A nice lot ot thorough bred Poland China male and female The formal announcement oi Mr. Peter G. Parrish for jailer of Madison slioats for sale cheap. Apply to county appears in this issue of the G. J. White & Sox. Heavy rainfall Monday caused a Climax. Mr. Parrish presents his claims to the Democratic votersof Madsmall trestle on the new road, iiear Valison with the understanding that if ley View, to drop out of line, delaying nominated he will not ask for the trains several hours second term. His Democracy is unDespite the rainy weathor the questioned, having always stood by tho band concert in front of the court hoiibe principles of thnt party, and if elected yard Friday night was a great success. will guard the duties instructed to his Prof. Mitchell is a second Liberati. care. 300 sample summer coats and Band Concert. vests just opened, m all the latest and Richmond Silver Band will give their best styles, at less than manufacturers. cost to be closed out Stouffers new concert on Saturday night instead of ciothiug house. Main street, opposite Fiiday this week, this being due .i .r to an engagement with Nicholasville Street The band stand over the pavement Fair. The following program will be in front of the court house is plenty rendered: high enough for pedestrians to pass be- PMlo Senate March K. B. Hall np?tt1t it. It. in n rlnndv iitnnu fnr nnn LIU and Lou Scbottlche n. n. Hn Zenda Waltz Wltlmark air concerts as well as a public speak 1 1 the ailments of the human family can Inperfect digestion and assimilation be traceil ton disordered stomach. Nature that the blood must be produce disordered conditions of the Dyspepsia Tablets euro them. law of pure, and Hood's Sarsaparilla cyst em, which grow and are confirmed 25c a box. It kept it. It by neglect. Herbino gives tone to the iloes stomach, and muses good digest ion. An Ohio expert lias pronounced the It takes more grace than many pos Price 50c. Perry & Thomas. jy5-lnil in the Flemingsburg well to be of excellent quality. sess to torgivo a nelgnoor ior neing The world is generally willing to pay Those who live on farms aro liable succeisful. more for what it wnuts, than for what to many aechledtal cuts, burns aud White's Cream Vermifuge not only it needs. 's bruises, which heal rapidly when expels worms, hut is tin-- ' Snow Liniment is promptly ap- ellectually a Ionic, anil is a curtain anil A I'ltllil Enjoys plied. Price 25 aud 50c. Perry & equaled i cure permanent lor cuius nun lexer in Thomas. jy5 lm children. Price 25 cents. Perry and Tho pleasant flavor, gentlo action, and juho tin soothing effect of Sjyrupof Figs.when in Mike Connellv, a Paris saloon keeper. Thomas. need of a laxative, and if the father or whs shot and killed over a crap game bilious, tho most y Forrest Lang. The rainbow of promise is born of mother be costive or gratifying results follow is use; so that the rays of love on the rain of eorrow. it is "the best family remedy known The healthy on man wears his gray and every family should have a bottle hairs like a silver crown. What if he CUBAN OIL cures Manufactured by the California Fig be threo and ten if there is still Bruises, Kheu- - Surup Co. Cuts, Burn, fire in his ee. firmness in his Men, Price, 25 cents. in matism and Sores. command in his voice and his counsel? He commands love and Sold by Perry & Thomas, nuccessors to W. Tho faults of a good man are morodai -reverence. Yet how few wear the Q. White. gerous than the vices of a thoioughly mantle of ago with dignity. Dim eyed, Pride and Fashion a:o the taskmas bad one. querulous of speech, halting in step, g slavery. childish in mind, they "lng superfluous ters who mnke What among human ills are more on the stage," dragging out the fag end A Littlo Sniffle. annoying than piles? The afllictioiih of life in a simple existence. The that prevent active exercises aro hail healthy old age is a healthy or a stubborn cold, or a deep--ntp- d middle age. The man who takes cire cough can hen cured fur good with Dr. enough, but one that makes even ret r ,1 ,.,.!. nuiiim miserable is worse. Women aro among .i, ... of his stomach, who keeps his bod) liens line iar iiuney. inw properly nourished, will find that the remedy, takon In time, will stop the its greatest martyrs Tablet's Buckbody does not fail him in old age. The progress of consumption and bring tlm eye Pile Ointment will cure the most great value of Dr. Pierce's Gohleu Med- color of health to the palid chek. obstinate caes. Price. 50c in Iwutle. jv.Vliu It tubes 75c. Perry & Thomas. ical Discovery lias in tho preservation llrn....iulo cnll It of the. worHng power of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. From this center isdistributed i he nourishment of tho whole body, the salt for the blood, the limo for the bones, phosphates for the brain and nerves. A sound stomach means a sound man. A man who keeps his stomach sound bv the use of "Golden Medical Discovery" will wear the crown of grav hairs as befits a monarch, with dignity and ease. It uuxruTJTfU"urnxinJixiriJinruuTm m Planters -- m bread-winnin- rilla gives nerve, mental and digestive remedy for sore nipples; strength by enriching aud vitalizing a favoritehands, chilblains, frost bites chapped the blood. 'Thus it helps people who and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bos. are overworked and tired. It Dr. Caily's Condition are When vou do a good deed don't spoi just what a horse needs Powders, bud when in it by hunting through tho newspaper condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but for a notice of it. medicine and the best In use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 Frcrzin Weall.er in July :ents per package caupe great discomfort and loss Would but fortunately it is seldom known. The power of .an idea is not measured A vat amount of inUerv is chiim'iI at by tile nii of its utterance. this reason, however, bv impover1oea it iail to ished blood, poor appetite and gener- do Is your liver men its duty? If so. don't neglect its (.all al debility. These conditions may he remedied by erriching the blood'and for help. A few doses of Ilerbine may toning the stomach with Hood's Sar save you a spell of sickness. Herhme saparilla'This mediciueseems to put is the only perfect liver medicine, u 50c. new life into the whole plnsicnl sys- cures chills aud fever. Price julyo-ln- Perry . tem, simply hecaut-eoits wonderful & Thomas power to purify, enrich and vitalize Personal slander is no answer to a the blood, create an appetite and in- truth that trouble a guilty coiiseiein-ef "Never Burn a Candle at Both Ends." Tetter, and Ecsoinn. If you do vour light will soon be gone The intense itching and smarting inci.iid vou will be in the dark. Don't dent to these diseases is instantly allayed think you can go on drawing vitality by applying Chamberlain's Eye and from tho blood tor nerves, stomach, Skin Ointment. Many very bad thscu brain and muscles, witliontiloingsome- - have been permanently cured by it. hilig to replace it. Hood's Sarsapa- is eqnally efficient for itching piles It Salt-Rheum and . vigorate the digestive fuctiotls. We amNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep--1 advise you to get a bottle and try it V sia, Constipation and Indiif you are not feeling jii!--t right. It will do you more good than a. six gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. week vacation. It is the het mediSold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. jjo-li- n cine money can buy. G. White. DJnf W $1.50. $1.50. $1.50. It is a good thing to be a man of one idea provided the idea is big enough. Have Yov Been Coffing a dav, a wepk. a month, a year? Dr Bell's Pin Tar Honey will cure that cough. There ran be no doubt, ot it It has cured many others equally severe. Druggists sell it. 25c No cure no pay It OUR S1..S0 WONDER J -- ing rostrum. Bunch of Favorites War Songs of Bojra Ip Blue .. 1 El rue ir- - RI7ET YOUR EIES 51 IS M m I 4 And, our stock of Hardware, Farming Imple- - ments, Stoves and Tinware, if you are alive t- - f.Vio t.v nf savins dollars where vou v UUW nrnri U WXWWhS - in . larcre quantities, i. for ready cash, we . . r .,U1. uuau cnauic u ob- - tain irom manuiuuiuxers sell at exceptionally Low Prices il.-.t- mi Eg . mnl w 8eriteinet..bor that oven the little items for household or outdoor use. such as Tacks, Screws. Nails, etc., a considerable saving can bo affected which amounts U dollars in the nggregato urS- - SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILL. r2 Sco us and get prices on roofing and guttering. W. P. liucKLEV. Tinner. is TAYLOR BROS. SlfHUnn EIie From CheUle Bottager The Street Fair is free to all, and Day Old Boy Overture .. Uzwltt will embrace everything and a few Fort Popham .R. u Hai regular fails. Come others seen at the The Gentry Family in and bung your uncles, sweethearts, Of the 10.000 Gentry's in the United cousins and aunts. Fiee turnpikes, and dinners cheap if you don't fetch States, about 500 of them will meet in at Mernmec Highlands, St. your lunch along. Louis, August 1st. It will be the secDon't Blow in ond family the first having All your money. Save some of it to been hold last August at Crab Orchard, Lexington Horse Show, Fair Ky., with about 250 In see tho attendance. and Carnival, August S to 12. Gen. "W. H. .Gentry, of Lexington, is President of tho association, and L. A. This Means Ycu. your sisters, cousins and aunts Bush, of Winchester, is Secretary. Briui! to the Midway at the Lexington Horse Many prominent Kentucky Gentry's Show. Fair and Carnival, August 8 to ull bo present at this meeting. Among those who will come from distance 12. W. Gentry, of London, Eng. A Treat This. Mrs. T. A. Ganiett, ol this city, belongs Six littlo boys, composing tho George- to tho family, her grandmother Green, town Juvonilo Orchestra, will give an of Richmond, Ky , having been a Genentertainment at the Masonic Building, try. She will probably attend tho August U, at 8 p. in., during; tho Fair, coming; meeting and will lie a bund-nniiiFor benefit of ChribUan JJndeuvor So addition to tho imuruna of the ciety. cluti. Gymhitiua UvUxvuHi'. goes through life alone generally luu. poor company. J. Beyer Chicago Daily New. . Banard The jnati who s) d Colic Planters?In fiveNeiiralg'annd Toothache tn mil-, CUDAfl RELIEF cures Price, 25 Outs and Summer Complaints. Sold by Perry A Thomas Successors to W. G. White. "Keeping at it" is a mighty good substitute for real gpnius. L. A. W, Q Wo h;ivo this.Sfioein all the different lasts in both. Heel and Spring Heel, in' both TJliis is the greatest Shoe on ths market!1! Come and see for yourself. Boots, Shoes and Gents' Furnishing-1 '. B Persons troubled with diarrhoea will b interested m the experience of Mr. V. M Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorrance, For sevProvidence. R. I He says: eral Years I have been almost inconstant sufferer from diarrhoea, the frequent attacks completely prostrating me and rendering me unfit for my duties nt this lintel. About two yenis agrt a traveling salesman kindly gave me n mnll liottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Choleoa and Diarrhoe Remedy. Much to luj surprise and deiiglit its nlFeets were immediate, whenever I felt symptom of the disease X would for tify myself against the attack with tow doses of tills valuable remeily. The t has been Very satisfactory ""d MlitHHt complete rel from the iiillic rep-nl- Button mid Luce. . t f ' f Douglas, Bright & Co., j 207 West Main St., Richmond, Ky. ' JuvnnimmuarvmruTrirtrmn nnnruin nruinmnrtniirmrirtrtnrinruinnnn inro $1.50. si $1.50. HS KSly $1.50. Vi M JN Sit fipo drugKWt. " F;r e!8 by Perry c & ThouiMS, nilyij-hn Kit Mly V IS KITS JN fS rf f i fS IPS ISI tc-- m V.' Our Goods AND Here's Yeir Chance. Some Extraordinary Offers by Tho Climax. 9 Our prices The Cumax wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of thenew year. In order to reach this end, some ex traordinary inducements will be made. Until further notice the following- - will be offered to subscribers. mo u n County Court Days. i TOYSiMG ft H I rnrl-ftv- rr Compel you to trade with us when you give is a trial. The Climax and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch, $1.25. The Climax an,d the Home and Farm, $1.30 The Climax and either the Cosmopolitan, Munsey's or McClure's Magazine, $2.00. The Climax and the Louis- ar.'f 4 air nf ntn oil. Doctor says, try it. lies might as well tell mc to melt0 lard or butter and try totanc It is too rich and them. will unset the stomach. But you can take milk or cream, so you can tak2 m m Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln connty, second Mon day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Horse Department. ALL VS'JjMW Kiouid Hnoiv iAt tho J..J .11.10" Uunuxly, PLEASE TRY n r-- s SCGTT'S tinmsiQn r I nal, both for one year $1.60 The Climax and Weekly THE 5Y5TEM Cincinnati Enquirer, $1.50. The ladies cannot be decehed CleANSES The Climax and Ohio Farm, by catchy phrases nor $1.90. All bombastic claims. The Cllmax can also furwe have to say is, we buy OVFRCOMES nish any paper published in in the best markets of world, select the la- HaBITUALCoHST'PAT'on the United States or Europe the at reduced rates. PERMANENTLY test goods, and when you buy you know you have DELAYED Kidneys, Liver and Bowels Acts gently on the ville daily evening post, $3. The Richmond Climax and Tvice-a-week Courier-Jour- r It is like cream; but will feed md nourish when cream will not. Babies end ch!i- dren will thrive and row fat on it when their ordinary food docs not nourish them. Persons have been Known to jjain a pound a day when taking end It ounce, of Scott's Enubion. the digestive machinery in working order so that the ordinary food is? a properly digested and assimilated, 50c. nd 1 1.00, all druggists. For harness, saddle and combined TCeW horses, tho premiums oifered by tlifa Mad3 only byt.iouz fspennr MeC'dne Co., Cbat1, Lexington Horse Show, Fair and Carnival aggregate an enormous sum, aver Pcrrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. dec8-ly- r aging as they do $100 or more for each Q. White. different class given. There are num- All druggists sell Dr. Miles Nervo Plasters. erous classes provided in each division and no man need leave his horse at home, ns every ago and sex has been provided for. Auaitst 8 to 12 is the date of the fair and all railroads will sell reduced rates. T.i-CSM-- irregularities In Female Oreans. Should bo taken for Cisnss ot Die and before '"0M Tint"' Sf.vHa Uavo stccdtrio Plants test for twenty years. Ccili-Blrt- Is tho Dcst rorPemiieTrosWes. Corrects all DY CATHAI RTIC 25c gf UC-GISTS. j SEND 210 GBADEDROPCALMMET RflOMRY WITH nI . JjJ ir. DRIP ROCK. IJacksop County X I"' the latest, roods. Great Fair In Ooylc. up-to-da- te Is that what you want? If so, trade with BUT THE GENUINE M ArlT'O 6y CORRESPONDENCE. VALLEY VIEW PERSONAL. Mrs. T. B. Spurlock is on Hie sick (aui?rn!ATg5vwp(2. rca mu or u cRuc&srs. rou soc rtsnntit. Jan5-l- y Wiite AND Gibson, . EPWORTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONVENTION iYRUP PEPSIN Indianapolis, Ind., 'cures constipation. b JUt-1899. DR. CALDWELL'S IgJ B V 20-23. Only One Fare Round Trip IHoslial&Co Commission Except that from points within 33 miles rd the excursion fare will be One and Fare for Round Trip not to exceed one dollar. One-thi- VIA Merchants.. "BIG - FOUR" Tickets will be on sale from all points July 19,20,21. From points within "5 miles of Indianapolis on July 19, 20. 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 Indianapolis not later than July 21th, and payment of fee of 50 cents at the time of deposit, tickets may be extended to leave Indianapolis t5 and including August 20, 1899. For full information regarding tickets, rates and routes and time of trains, call on agents "Big Four Route," or address the undersigned, J. Ii. REEVES, Agt.WARREN J. LYNCH. Oen. Pass. &Tkt Agt. Gen. Southern W. P. DALE, A. G. P. A.. Cincinnati, Ohio. yaitle Hogs and Sheep, Union Stock Yards, Cincinnati, Telephone Block cheerfully O. 734G. Ice cream and soda water at linden's. Rev. H. E. Mills will preach atSylome M. E. Church South, next Sunday. CURED with TPBetable Have cured W. It. Haden sold to J. F. Wagere 14 thousand palled hornless. In ten heifers at $3.75 per hundred weight. days at kast of all symptoms reraoT-l- . TttmomaN and TZH DATS t reatrapnt free. H. M. Morgan bought of S. T. Berry- DR. H. H. GREEK'S SOUS, Box K.Atlanta. On. man a bunch of hogs, paying 3 cents a pound for them. CALL ATV-- f The drouth from which vegetation in thissection was sufferiug, 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. SALOON PARLOR The Barker Cedar Company shut WHEN IN TOWN. EQUAL TOIANY EMERGENCY down Monday on account of the heavy rain which overflowed a part of their The man is who has a good, EOtind, carriage under him. He can Coolest and most refreshing rest secure in the thought that when machinery. of drinks that can be found he has one of our well made, reliable PAINT LICK. in the citj' are dispensed phretons, carriages, runabouts, whalebone speeders, or road carts, that come and accommo- what may on the rnad, his wagon never Miss Ada Broyles, of Perryville, is by will give way. Wo have one of the the pleasant guest of the Misses Ely. dating clerks. finest stocks of road wagons, rocka-waKept on Tap. Genuine Saratoga Water Miss Rose Yeiser, of Danville, spent and rubbertired buctries in .RichJOHN DONELSON, Prop'r, mond. Friday and Saturday with the Misses Kentucky Carriage Works. Francis. ' EriTAIl information regarding live Consign furnished. eept7-l- y your stotk direct to us. list. Tho Misses Masters, of English. Ky., are visiting the family of E. B. Morse. Mrs. Mary Wash, of Stamping Ground, Is visiting her 6ister, Mrs. A. D. Goosey. Mrs. E. B. Scrivner and Miss Lucy Prather visited relatives in Fayette county last week. Mrs G. AV. Hutchison returned home Thursday after a few days stay with relatives and friends at Keene. J. It. Lyons, after a pleasant btay of a few days hero with his brother, G. M. Lyons, returned to Wellington, Menifee county, his home. x.Ir. Richard Taylor and Miss Addie Clark, Mr. U. K. Beck and Miss Alice Richardson, and Mr. Henry Moore, of Spears, and Miss Lina Wharton at tended a pic-ni- c at Troy last Saturday. H. It. Smith was apprised by telegraph ThuiBdar of the death of his brother-in-laE. A. McCIure, who lived at Brooksville, Ky. Mr. Smith left over the It. JJ. I. & B. railroad to be present at the burial. ITEMS CAUGHT IS A SHOWER OF NEWS. dropsy; two-tht- cn-.e- s mwmm up-to-da- te The way the good people of Boyle go about a public undertaking like a county Fair, is worthy of emulation. There is :i unity of purposo.and a community of interest there which augurs well the success of the meeting. The Advocate thus describes the sen timent that fosters the fair in Boyle: If you don't believe theNew Danville Fair Association is in earnest about this thing, you should have been at the meeting of the Board of Directors yesterday 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 tho old folks, but suf ficient to amuse the young. There aro also splendid prospects of procuring the services of the famous First Regiment Military Baud, of Louisville. This organization is pretty stiff in its terms, but all good things come high, and the Association wants to get nothing but tho best. Everybody will want to see the musicians whose melody WS mingled 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 fixing up the stock rings and premiums in other departments, and the book will be in the hnnds 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 fair; Aug. another at this 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 were ts Mr. Sidney McSwain, of Richmond, passed through our town last week buying produce. Mrs. T. M. Williams, of this place, is in very poor health, owing to a fall. She has not walked a step since tho 15th of last April. Masters John W. and Willio B. Walker, of this place, aro vifitin;: their grand-mothe- r, Mrs S. D. Walker, and other relatives, at Whites Station. We are not so far away in tho inout tains that we do not have plenty of drummers to visit us, although we are deprived of a great many couveniencies with which other localities are blessed. -SPANISH-AMERICA- r add, ion can eiamln . rrjm found prrfrrtlj taliafefltry. Citt-U. tMfct-tm nirhla Ltx t 1 '..'Id, GKKAIXSr BiKUill TOE tTfcK II'H . ;" freight -- t Our Special Cffor T'nco L. ". and freight chrirre. Tie niv'iiin .''"nw!-GIVVt . 12t)poantanrlthp trelirhtw.il mr i h. IT THHEE MONTH' . IAL In y.m v ! : ru iwt a. 2 we will return you i"1 Uir md r4r itf Svwlac IVrmt a.k Ssrj ( ftf fn.L' rftN.CM. fit. f IS.OQftntf p, all rar? rioirribtd la Hjr )rr Sr in f r . r.t bt SI3.SO forthirDXlOP DEfiz: CABINET l.U-U- ll rqnal IUA8IU itt tt l C MACK uwr-- i j,"rj 1. "' : is t&e greatest value v:r olien-t- rei ollerin; i.nki.w. mai varioui iud irrmenift. Wl. .wue r, HMI11ILK BEWARE OF IMITATIONS .. 1 r a&y UiM'" urn'" : .r.i-- THE BURPS OK DIFXCTSorSUSl-. 1511 171IU Alir. MIT. t.K .JY T1IK IIKT V. V. k . I V ,in- lr - flu ri-,.- Vvri' . 1 't snJ!". fn j . t. tiT". t 1'itcn awr - itfa or f. ir U; r m a'w jm 11 5 laOliwvi MKttW'rt'"''! J""f imtnt n.vit" r. . :f ti imUn n r. A 55x7 carrier wte"t tf-i- r ard.la(' i I h Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a WAR PANORAMA ys Phone 3. Second St. RICmiOND, KY. cured at home without pain Hook of particular:) sent FREE. UK r. M WUULLtl cu. uilice. lot North l'ryor St V, -- -- nnuM Atlrflll., 114- - anrt Whiskey Haiits I35 -E- CONOMIST RANGES SHHH ...... : is o :::3 a S IS" I: 5 H Uo2 as r K PI "5 P 5 G CCBCCS - i. tr r e'er ctr ere" c.3.&a.&ac.& 7 if a Roofing, Guttering and General Qi an SXSg:gs: -- 0 CO W Iv B3332323 i -- win "Work. Job REGENERO. vtejS .Hi-' 8583 32H2 uw i COMPLETE BLISS Druggist, "W. S. Fish and wife, spent Sunday at Dripping Springs. , Misses Kate and 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 60me painful injuries. She is able now, however, to be out again. of E. L. Woods shipped 5 hots and one of lambs to Cincinnati last week. R. K". Beasley's new residence is nearing completion and will be quite an ornament to our little town. Mrs. Lucy Martin, i Messrs. Sam Cochran and Robt. Arnold have moved to Slate Lick Springs for a few weeks stay. Mr. 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 Stanford. An elegant C o'clock dinner was served by Mies Fannie L. Wallace, Monday evening, in honor of her visi tors, Misses Kirkpatrick, of Charlotte, N. C, Haden, of Louisville, and Pow ell, 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 community knows no more excellent hostess than Miss Wallace. Mary.-Beasleycar-loa- is one of the war books which is likely to be in continuous demand. It is a panoramic record of the triumph of Yankee Doodle. Tho etgle flaps his wings on every page, and ''Old Glory" waves around aud above every scene. Prominent officers connected with tho war are here portrayed, as well as many of tho "men behind the gun." Military life is pictured to the eye, from recruiting to guard mount and skirmish line. Nor is the ludicrous omitted. The company cook receives the attention due to his importance; the mess is shown; cavalry scenes are givnn; tho hospital arrangements are depicted; tie heroines of the Red Cioss service aie displayed; streetscenes in Havana Santiago and elsewhere are unrolled, the new citizens or subjects (which are they?) of Uncls Sam appearand disappear as the leaves are turned. In a word, the gazer visits the new localities and sees the tumultuous new life, without the risk or expense oi a sea voyage. The Album is 51x8 inches, weighs 12 ounces, printed on finest coated paper. Sent FREE to any address in the United States, Canada or .Mexico, for 12 cents in stamps or coin, to cover postage and packing. Copy mny be seen at any ticket ofllco of the Big Four Route. ' Order at once, as the edition is limielected: ted. F. D. Spotswood, George Bohon, Ben Address W abbes J. Lynch, General F. Roach. Mercer county. Passenger and Ticket Agent '"Big Smith Baughman, James W. Harper, Four Route," Cincinnati, Ohio. Lincoln county. Mark envelope "War Album." James Spilman, "W. S. Beazley, II, T. Logan, Garrard county. THE MIDWAY. R. H, Marrs, Rodger Lillard, Ander 'ihe Bostock CarnivarCompany, the son county. Clarence E. Woods, Madison county. leading attractions of all. the great Wallace Green, Perryville; R. H, C. World's Fairs, has charge of the Midway at the Lexington Horse Show, Fair Mitchell, Mitchellsburg. Secretary Bright announces that tho and Carnival, August 8th to 12th, and privileges of the fair will be sold by promise the management that the sealed bid, instead of at auction, and. Midway at Lexington shall be up to the due announcement will be made of date standard of those at Chicago, Atlanta, for filing bids. In the meantime, the Nashville and the great Omaha expoSecretary is ready to receive corres sitions, as well as the one of Earl's pondence concerning amusement priv- Court, London. The Midway comprises the world ileges. famed Hagenback Trained Wild Animal Show, direct from Berlin.Germauyj Workintr Night Anl Day and introduces such beasts as lions, The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr. King's New tigers, panthers, leopards, hyenas, elephants, etc Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coate- d g lion Wallace, terrific The of health, that changes weakglobule and untamable, which created such a ness into strength, listlessness into enpower. furore in New York City, being one of ergy, brain-fa- g into man-eatin- Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. n Pleasant, Permanent, Positive 'P fralcht acvat Ida WiHiJed. OUOFUTO 3 WW "K Address, S IT COSTS BINDING GUAZtANTEE Oil HQTHWG fJI'B a nl S1.n. HVLiT. 0f. I'tT t" A6O.nO. Trt'i::r:i:N t SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chic apr5-6- fars. Itticlc 'n 10 if convlrtce'l yaw ar afire f21.(0 If al ni llrae wVMn thrra mn,i & Co. are thoroughly re'.Kbl -- Piit T S',tTiiSri nT Tlf -- wit f with it r llll S40.C0 fl; T'ifj xr ft " r It jw, .... SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Battlco Only. I AM 08 YEARS OLD, and never used any remedy equal to Hr. BeU's It ctvea quick and permanent relief In crln as well as coughs and colds. Itmakes weak tunes Btrons. Mrs. M. A. Metcalfe, Peducah. Ky. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizea Pint-Tar-Kon- iy Madison Monumental Works, ESTABLISHED BE SURE YOU GET Dr. Bell's 1863. Forale by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. O. White. JAMES T. HAMILTON, Pkopkietok. Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite. 'T-?E2.- I rggasEasgesi tHKgssragq litiiXSiKKJSI IfflSSCSgaai i&sS; cgsgssnyssr-a-j Bgsi fcMl tS is FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Yards Those who are contemplating buying Marble, Granite, or any kind ..f Cemetery Work, will find it to their interest to call at tho old stand in tin- r. ;ir of the M. E. Church on Irvine Street, where they will find constantly on liaml a largo stock of finished work to eoloct from, at prices to suit all claews ' buyers. MT Mit. W. G. GOUCHER, one: of the best workmen in IVntra! Kentucky, is in charge of our establishment and this means witisfactcry wink in every phise. Parties livinc at a distance should write to us for lt.ijrii, which will be furnished on application. Isbg more, Washing-ton- Centra EAST LIBERTY, PA. OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS. - YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.-f- a It is the nearest point to the Eastern market. op Best Distributing , Point East Philadelphia, Yards have been enlarged and rearranged. Indianapolis for Baltiannnn X. I HAMILTON, Proprietor. 1 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. HIGHEST GRADE i SIMON O'DONNELL, General Manager. may31-3- m BICYCLE GENT'S COLUMBIAN LADIES' COLUMBIAN 3 s Your Hides AND BUY YOUR Best Bicycle Built FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT. All We We We f Seed Potatoes at Thurman's. pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth. TVe TiiiJitMAN Cor. Main and Cheapside. Grocery K H Co., KY. C "RICHMOND, E color, heighth ot frame, or any gear desired. Our bicycles hare all the latest improvements large tubing, flush Joints, large p H sprockets, arched fork crown, drop hanger, etc 2 WRITE FOR CATALOGUE QIVIKQ FULL DESCRIPTION, P we require is $1.00 down, balance payable after examination. 2 are the only factory In the United States selling direct to rider. guarantee our goods for two years most liberal guarantee ever given. 5 give more options than the regular dealers. You can have your choice of ? COLUMBIAN CYCLE CO., apr26-3-m Svrup fi CURES V DR. CALDWELL'S PEPSIN INDIGESTION. II D The Great Wfieeler & Wilson Sewing-mach- ine, matter wliat the cow ate so Ions; as sue was ted. Tne questions ot digestion and nourishment had not entered into gray." his calculations. It's only a "tenderfoot" fanner that Uravo Men Fall. would try such an experiment with a cow. But many a farmer feeds himVictims to stomach, liverand kidnoy iicinrlinInns,stuilyormarrIaCT. ltE(;i:.KUO regardless of digestion and nutriwsatoucc iol!ie root of l!io diiease-th- at Is why self troubles as well as women, and all feel 1: In !:.ojrcatctNervr i iire. Tonic in the world tion. He might almost as well eat shavi'i- -i Is w!iv Itclvcs VImrnml Action and restores ings for all the good he gets out of his the results in loss of appetite, poisons e yjro of Yo:tl!i. It li a marvelous Elood l'url llMtltwhy tho Pink f;iow comes back to food. The result is that the stomach in tho blood, backache, nervousness, grows "weak," the action of the organs headache and tired, listless, p .le rlipcks. n uimn Lnvln; ItEfi RNEltO. an Iwiiirrlcd !t viit ivxket. Hy mall gl.00 per of digestion and nutrition are impaired o:. i tlx ?5.00. We cheerfully refund and the man suffers the miseries of dys- feeling. But there's no need to feel i 'v v Ueie six Imxes do not effect R euro. like that. Listen to J. W, Gardner, pepsia and the agonies of nervousness. in.n .in e. Artdrets the American Office of To strengthen the stomach, restore the Idaville, Ind. Hesays: "ElectricBit-ter- s 9PBEAJX MEDlCALCO.wHgftSR1fc activity of the organs of digestion and are just tho thing for a man when For sale in Richmond by Perry & Thomas, nutrition and nourish the nerves, use Druggists. Medical Discovery. he is all run down, and don't care Dr. Pierce's Golden sept21-lIt is an unfailing remedy, and has the whether he lives or dies. It did more confidence of physicians as well as the to give uie new strength and good appraise of thousands healed by its use. petite than anything I could take. I 60 YEARS' In the strictest sense " Golden Medical vViMI " is a temperance medicine. It can now eat anything and have a new Discovery experience contains neither intoxicants nor narcot- lease on life." Only CO cents, at Perry ics, and is as free from alcohol as from opi- & Thomas' Drug Store. Every bottle Rotary Motion aad um, cocaine and other dangerous drugs.- - guaranteed. 3 Don't let a dealer delude you for his own profit. There is no medicine for Dr. Carver, the world's champion shot, stomach and blood "just as good" as "Golden, Medical Discovery." will each day givo an exhibition of l RACE MARKS Designs " I can say to you, one bottle of your Golden fancy shooting during the Lexington Copyrights &c. Medical Discovery has cured me sound and Horse Show, Fair and Carnival, August Anrone sending & sketch and deserlntlon mar well, after suffering two long years with stomqaicur aawitam oar opinion irew wnemer an ach disease." writes V. II. Bras well, of McAden-villInvention Is probably patentable. Commnnlca. Gaston Co., N. C. " My health Is worth 8th to 12th. Doctor Carver is too well tlonsatrlctlyeonafientla. Hand book on I'mtenU all the world to me. I will praise you as long known to the general public for us to sent free. Oldest agency for securtnirpatents. as I live." Patents taken thro a eh Mnnn A Co. receive comment upon an exhibition from him. tptclol notice, without chanre. In tho A book of looS pages given away. On receipt of stamps to pay expense of It will be well worth the price of admailing only, we will send you The mission itself. A handsomely illuttrstnd weekly. Iireest dew People's Common Sense Medical Adcnlatton of any sdentttla journal. Tcnns, f3 a Tear; frmr months, (L Bold b jail newsdealer. Send 21 one-ceviser, free. stamps An Atchison woman Is bo worthless for the paper covered edition, or New Yrfc WM (Met, m T For Bale by Blao Grass Furniture refuse to gossip stamps for the sme edition cloth bound. that fcMb St WaaMBstOB.U.0. Co., Richmond, Ky. Adores Dr. JL V. fierce, Buffalo, N Y. about her. Atcliiou'Gloue. ln-l- st run-dowr fr-y. now wllliln ray rrae.'i of firry American. 1 Liy trr.iniH'iit Is positively puarunleed to cure !m most cr Servims Debility, ot e. Vagina It arts powerfully and quickly. . N -.-v .Man. Ihvlrnllv I'rrrert, In the renl fllir-iei- l l:i:i;li.Vi:ilO. Vonne men will re-il-n i'i.-l- r lTt mnnliunil, and OM Men will recover vlr yont'if ill visor. It Invigorates and restores tc II .i.. .iiH all sufferers from Seminal Weak, oscs, Impotency, Varicocele. Spennattorhca, ilitlv Emissions. Lost Uraln and Jlnscnlar Power, Vcak Miinorv, Wakefulness, Evil Dream. Denpon-ic-- y. Iick of Confidence, and all effects of keif. Vix, r M'V-iexcess and Indiscretion, which unfits It was one of these experimental fanners, who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. His theory was mental They're wonderful in building up the the attractions. Tho Streets of Cairo, where girls and health. Only 2oc per box. Sold by glitter, grand and gorgeous, is a featuro 3 Perry & Thomas. unsurpassed and introduces the famed comThe following interesting description La Belle Fatima, with her superb pany of dancers, tumblers, etc. of "A Many Sided Man," from the Tho Crystal Maze, the Palaco of Stanford Journal, exactly fits Rev. J Glasses, ouo of Europe's most talked of Robert Boatman, of Pineville, lately of this county, and a schoolmate of Rev, novelties, a $20,000 attraction; the Moulin Rouge the craze of the French Mr. Severance: ''That is the kind Joo Severance, empire, the enigma of the age; Noli the most sensational perpastor of the Tullaboma, Tennessee, Christian Church, is with emphasis formance ever introduced in any counHe is herewith his family spending try; Darkness and Dawn, or Heaven the vacation with his mother, but he is and Earth there's nothing on earth not idle by any means. Last Sunday like it, original, a show in itself; Ye Old be preached at the Christian Church, a Romany Rey Gypsy Camp, a revelation sermon which many claim was the best in itself of the wanderers ol the earth. they ever heard. During the week he These and many, many others aro acts as auctioneer for Severance &Sonsi among tho attractions of the Midway. at which ho equals a Bush or an Eng- They form an aggregation spcoikI to lish. He is a natural born genius and none; grand, gorgeous, gigantic, magseems to have an intuitive knowledge nificent, marvelous, and those who fail of all kinds of machinery. Farmers to see this wonder of the nineteenth seek him to repair their harvesting and century will have missed the greatest other complicated machines, which he attractions that marks its close always sets right, and yesterday we called on him to fix a press that was out of shape. He pulled off his coat, rolled up his sleeves and soon had it in apple pie order. All of which takes us back to our original proposition that Joe Severance is a man of parts. He is Maay women lose their girlish forms after both clever and accommodating be- they become mothers. This is due to negsides, and as full of wit as an egg is of lect. The figure can be preserved beyond meat May his bald head neyor grow question if the ex- - flW I They're the best! f Thai's why you want to see them before you buy. We mean our mm r H m CLEVELAND. OHIO. ? ? A BOON TO MANKIND! D" m tn 5$ m y-- TABLER'S BUCKEYI S 2 ron PILE 1 tn iMwir1 o c p 05 H 23 w a 5 UI me . figure pedant mother will constantly use insur, nee S Gasoline P Stove.. rn 07 fnwnmri CURE and 5$ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES, WTTHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by mail, 76 cents; bottles, so cents. JAMES F. BALLARD, Sole Proprietor, & 310 North Main Strest, ST. LOUIS, MO. For sale by PERRY THOMAS, Druggists. 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Send for our finely illustrated book for ex. pectunt rao'.hers. ill duricg the whole in Shy Suffer Agony Ho Knife ! ? i : .UHK Ball Bearings IB t Ci.,k. 4hL m L-o- I? Cash II acciware More of DOUGLAS & SIMMONS. When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to care you. It is tho discovery of an eminent physician. No interruption of Business ! 1$ $3 $3- : Tho first treatment brings immediate relief. It has cured thousards, and will euro you. Kit. T. c. AVILGOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of the Chattenoor."'. I irg Department, savs : Screen- - Doors. Water Coolers, Bin- - Refrigerators, Champion of euffcHnj, DON'S 1'fLE OINTMEN T was recto pic. The use of or. 3 box effected a permanent cim-I voluntarily gi-- you this statement, hoping It will be themc.uw cl bringlnff your wonderful remedy ti the attention of others with piles." ommended e sut-fcrl- " After years e. Sckniific Jftttcrka, ders and. Mowers, Hay Bakes, Binder Twine, Etc, mchl-l- y J$ C Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. ' DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, CHATTANOOGA, TENN. if? THE BRADFIEI.0. REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. octS-l- ' y v li" o Rhu IMIffllf a