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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 19L r4 L J Fj1 I f i trfljfl RICHMONDICLIMAXD J krt I fl l j I VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2V 1899 NUMBER 9 i2 ij R R R 1I R In RUTHpj4 1 i r Er I j L Mens Stylish Up=toDate S1IrRJj j1 Everyone worth the regular price but we want i to sell them Here is what they will cost t at the reduced price The difference be I- twcen the former price and the present is jI1 just what you save for every suit is worth ii the original price T ts V Sell Your IWe pA 500 Suit for T f S 400 A S600 Suit for 475 62aLjIi iTQ Suifc for950-r 4 AZ A 1500 Suit for 1150 111J A 1800 Suit for r 1350 A52000Suitfor1550 1 tfjfl Youths Suits Sizes 30 to 35 S 450 Suit forS350 1 W 500 Suit for 400 rJI ny 600 Suit for 450 1g 4tJ r 700 Suit for 575 J- 0OOSuitfor750W y- Slj i 1250 Suit for 950 1500 Suit for 1150- tJ1J y 12 u ==il FtJ ijfil For 4- + + + Choice of three good office rooms over Doug 13 las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY t Dr H Landman NT Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio wu be at the Hotel Zimmcr Richmond Kyon WEDNESDAY AUG 9 1899 rc urnlng every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich m nd Ky febl5ly Itt1Nm SHORT LINE TO New OrleansB- est Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leares LouIe- lIleeyrryThursday night andruna through Man Kranciaco Ak your ticket agent for or write Arent1AjlIIFree Reclining Chair Cars loulsfilic to Meuiibls and New Orleans II HANSONIM A KELLOND O I A Chicago A O P A Lonlivilk nn eafes ui Olio Rilw7 Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WESTBOUND Ml Sterling and Lexington Accom 55 am KjMiern for Louisville 7 30 am 800pmNewEAST BOUND Lexington and Uorehead Accom 9 IS am New York Limited V F Vnl1M am Lexington aud Mt Sterling Accom 30 pm Washington Express 9 12 nm commodatlon trains run daily except Bon da Other train run daily- Thronghaleeplncind dining car samce to K w York 0 For information rate orsleepcrroierratloni tan on or write K HOOD A ltJlYBrIIehaioari K1 IIfuFfJnoa cVIII1fY 1 otQlJTI st h RTf f J PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBICKYATLAW RICHMOND Ejorrccrr Office in the Barnam Building next door to anncrs National flank fcb3ly SULLrV ANJA ATTORJfB YATTjAW RIChMOND KENTUCKY Qflirfl over Taylorri Hardware store on ponito Court lloune on Main Street HIJ IIOdA7TORNJY AT LAW UlCHMOSD KgNTPrKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 I 0 d D M CHENACLT T LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY OlliitH on Sccuuil street over Chen tt1RM rtry PHYSICIANS OtiS G I IJSON GIBSON 1HYeilCIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KKNTUCKY Office in the Joe Cciliu budding iS and m Sec ondStreet1over Wnue old dructtore if elIAS HOOKER SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Collrge Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ajrOffice up statrs over store recently accu by Richmond Uarne 3 Co Cut Main S- Lttlchuondt Ky apr7ly ff C JASPER MIMeUicine and SUrgery Oilieo Pratlier Kuildinir Main Street relepHoiio at rttitcnce the Cttrr pUce on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY VJBVANS MD- u jiY JCIN NDSUtto EON ICHMONO KlcN1v1Y OR Tti TAyLOttJr- aetUwHfrrn Xediclneantl Surgery RrclUtOlm KENTUCKV jOinc and residence tin Second Street e DEN ALltmGr ES 0 1 tTie tQDSQT D8XTIST or I Er yOOfcfl next door topor ninient Building IlichJnSnd Ky Office hoars 9 to 121141 novl7ly D FRED r1THc DENTIST 0 a7ltQ over ColHusOrocsry auie olilce tltO It4W RlY Wr3I fljiy iiAi7trc i TO CLOSE OUT Our Stock of Spring 1lips Summer Clothing paitkThese low pricesoffered should move them r 1I I Every Smit9 Every Pair of OM Pants SL Bsurmin A Bonn fide Sale No Fake An opportunity you do iiotofteiiget1 1 This isa regular MoneySaver to everyone that purchases h ii Good Qualities arid Lp w Prices 91 These Goods will not be equaled No one will show you as large a se J z lection Please note conic and see the and you will be con M vinced that every suit and every pair of pants is a BARGAIN all k They are yours while they last for the above price j aar ame w 1I I I WEST STREET WHITE FRONT MUNCEY ATTORNEYS VETERINARY oisvittJi Conic In a certain town in theStnteayoniic man advertised for n wife eignili van assumed name The iidvertisenient was answered by the young mans slater she too using an assumed name When photographs were exchanged there were two parties at least In that town who felt like fools and their par elite deserve the sympathy of the en tire woild br having roared two idiots Go Pin ren ventures the ojilnion that when all tho facts are brought to Ug tit will be dejreloppd that Preside t McKinley hUi been more responsible than Secretary Al er for whatever mis takes have been waite during the war Georgetown Times YourDead Are your nerves weak Cant you steep well Pain InyourbackLackeneryAppetite pimplesThese poisoning are al ways found in constipated bowelsIf contents of the bowels are not removed from the body each day as nature intended these poisonous substances are sure to be absorbed into the blood al ways causing suffering and frequently causing severe is a common sense cure1YERS PILLS They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels You will find that the use of 1gersmrSaarlll with the pills will hasten recovery It cleanses the blood from all impurities and- is o great tonic to the nerves MfMte M Doctof Our Io11J Mttment bs ono l1th Idi e1uifl4bt In tIe United AtuJien the ituetnr ht w Yen m teeclT the bd medlwil ftijrlq jthOiCO4 puldATEa S1uxc1 Jlui zt iil l f g The outlook for the future is not promising for the toilers of the United States Our cotton and wheat is priced on the gold standard in Kumpe thus giving the products of silver countries a great advai tage over us The over capitalized trusts will fiCe tile wages of labor down anti thf price of products up in order to put value into their stocks The Dingley hill will keep foreign goods out ol our markets and ihe war tax will roniimie to bleed us at every turn National Watchman iluriou News Cornea from Dr D li Cargile of Whashita I T He writes Four hollies of Electric Hitters has cured Mrs Brewer of fcrofuln which had caused her great suffering rut years Terrible Hires would Jrenk out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no lielpjbut her cure is com plete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have prflvedtbat Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter ualt iheum ulcers toils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion hnills up tile strength Only 50 ctintp Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 When a farmer sells f500 worth of hay he senile away from his farm over 300 worth ot fertilizers suit when lie sells 500 worth of wheat he disposes of 125 worth of fertilizer But when ha 6eJlS 000 worth of dairy products he parts with less than 50 worth of fertilizers And when he sells 500 worth of fruit he loses less fertilizer than either of the other because fruits are composed largely of actual solids This shows that the hightst priced products rob ihe farm the least and i an argument in favor of diversified and intensified farming Blue Greet Clipper lie Nulrd TlirSurRflpa All dorturs told Ueuiuk llumilton vi West Jefferson 0I1fttf suffering If months from Rectal Fistula he would till unless a costly operation waSper formtxl but lie rund liiuiHolf with Ilv boxes wf ISuuKIeiitt Arnica Salve tin surest Pile cure on liirth mill the bed Salve in the World 25 qonls a bus Sold by lorry Thomas Uniggiat 4 The fact that there was uo tight II the KuiUtTcfcy Republican iiveiiou il duo to the oUJerJfact tiwt Jhiru via nothing worth lighting tirOuiiiha WorldHerald THE BLACK SHEEPS Fn Ertlfi This new Song tolltfa bismtiful itirv llubin catchy easy anil well suitej Send lice two cent btainpa f rlc mpit copy intrwliteiiou prlHJ Sweet heart Mino or Uln tdllJII1Ilne prIer or the tin uo for tHIlt tytiAH jviitK tii1 JrUJii ISAAC Pottes f blmlmr Jwdjiu tpc1hc In iI tIJItJ jjjj l tIJ v iie WALi4SL- UThLY PURE Makes the food mere delicious and wholesome 1BUIM VOK NEW Tfl L5IO1 s Ths is certainly a teason of fancy little black jackets are worn with white or light skirts The miniature brooch now yields place to the sleeve link A new fad is for lovers te prestut each other with sleeve links each beting the others picture The ruby has from remotest ages been a favorite betrothal stone It is a lucky gem keeping nway bad dreams low spIrits etc and is now enjoying a revival of old time popularity The WutI15flWl1OO hair dora not curl naturally or stay in rnrl blesses the tiptiltKil Tat in style this miiiuner Fur gtrl babies of two years Best Co of New York show sonic beautl ful little Mother lIu bard frocks of the sheerest luatenals Their principal lointsof trimming lire tiny turks fine lace or needlework edgings and inser tions and the narrowest of shoulder rufllea Wide shoulder frills lire not often seen upon girls frocks nowadays Two or three narrow nidies are prefer able There in a perfect craze for barbaric jewels Bracel ts nd anklets ot pres ont style Bit positive shackles Hands ol Etruscan gold in exquisite workmanship are worn lucy on the forehead with dinner or evening go ms KVAIYS CAIUE Save yoursoht fur u trip to Lexington and witness tlm Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 8 to 12thi greatest entertainment ever iiiRiianrated in lit Sonth better than a trip to thn Ij ke equal to the worlds fair fccliemo nitil mipcrior In point of leliuemetit Them use greater dangers to Kon tucky than tluiso involved iii what it turiiied Joisbelism llannaism lS du oidedly worse viewed from any stand puint The tiiiimpu of Ttiylur wotfli incauu ilaiiiia jtory wltt ufl its cotr eoinitant evils tie Doinoqrats ulu arts flot pleased with Gocibil tnotnF a i ion Should consider what would iney itttbly follow tho defeat of the Dt mc cralii tioiniiibe7Jaekgon tLIeIiuII =S Aluumber of Bovls county peopl i propose to have big barbecue in tlia wmlity tluifal rrinJly In Ortobw at wliicjj ItllY t3 J unjogH ttrymi HI sjui w1e11i WlLfcttUr i i t j ffi AKINO POWDER Alter Dove Htnsrs An ufgociatluii Is bin formed in Iexiu toll for the purpose of prevent tug the killing of birds out of season Uuves are tho birds now chiefly sought by the pot hunters arid others but the season docs not open utitU August and it is the purpose of the associatioi to oiler 25 reward for this wiest am conviction of any one killing this 01 other game out of season This II be iu addition to the fiueof 5 for end bird killed pr found in the iassesioi- of any one half gamut to the Informer NEll JDOlr lOIV WHAT TO Dr Sug and Chorus Very catchy words and imisic the accompaniment alone nmkint splendid fechoitishe 01 march Send U emits iu stamps for gam pin copy Address ISIAO Doire In lanapohslJllI II i8cIons little baver at Law IA paved In al uatrier and die iruw lioube to hOuse in his nttighboihood n quantity of leueis written by his father to Mil mother dur ing their courtship days which the mother highly prized Difficulty was tind in recovering jiousension of the let ters some of which Laid been carefully read by iiiqisillvu ntiirlilwrs What uappeuedto time little shaver was no touUt a plenty Five famous diving Hud bucking eikfe are on the daily pitrram nf tuu LcXiti Horce bliW Fair and Catniva Itoll uiiiingly Jump front JI tower 4J high and alight right side up into pout but ten feet deepJ These same ulklllmve been trained to ride an in this exhibition they buck like bruiichos tileIJelin U Embry buibtut Clell Ew jug uf Until ounty ThU lyciort nttlt ut6 ceiitH ft r July dcliveiy TJleJ are saul toUo oSeof time lineal butiobta of mtile Bold nun this County in yeais pouuduITin negro K pnbtcitiiti ill Ivrtiit tJky arc iuIievQIt They iloutitkothit way they wtro treited at tlu Ib1irst1- Sutto Gi tOSl1i uputJoket f their cHvii yJi ju will t the nmii rqal iztht itiS liirii sr iiuWrr Jsr lhi his frii11hll I huli1lIhhcJ tUt 11utfiu tr bull Lr1 L lifi VJi tacilf4l df r t II- 1IIf L 1 rI Here You Are ForB i AtftIi-i e 111i y 1 A Vuy L lgl iue ot Popular Im Prim Toiiy 1l100 Pair Pants for S 75 150 Pair Pants for 120 200 Pair Pants for 150 250 Pair Pants for 185 300 Pair Pants for225 t 350 Pair Pants for 265 t400 Pair Pants Iirii500 Pair Pants for f Jt 373 1 000 Pair Pants for 475 k LlCF3 J Boys Knee =Pant Suits jlLV 150 Suits for100 j1LI 200 Suits for 150 250 Suits for 173 rii300 Suits for 25 jJj 350 Suits for 250i400 Suits for too 500 Suits for 000 Suits for 4 Ii i i A Full Line of Sizes Br isO f iJl Ih4- r3ku tI LrIII J I tNO 213 MAIN Rent Louis BNTRAL and prices goods poisonsFrom RrT asirtsTightlooking ft1111WiUiull veuduuniuilthreaten poorinisguuJodiUOrUl1 t8if for15 t50rOJp Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates for hold ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far repotted Itirhniond Aug 12 3 and 4ih Lexington August 85ulays llUntoiivillp August 85 days MadiBonville August 94IlnJs Lawrenceburir August ldays Lebanon Atljut 15 4 daje Columbia August 22 4days Alexandria August 225 days Louisville Colored FairAttgUbt 22 5 days Germantown August 31 days- Broadhiend Augusts i days Slielbyville August 283 days Springfield August 2J3 days liardatcwn August 29 5 days LaGrange August 303 days Florence August 303 days Klizaliellitowii September 5 4 ulays Bowling GreenSepfember 13 4 date Glasgow September 211 days Guthrie SepteiJb 24 days iloise Cave September 274 days Oxunsboro October 5 days Taylor will not meet OoohelUII tin stump All Kentucky Itepnblican ora tors will avoid debates this year a much us possible Arkansas Gazette rORNOUI WQHHf Most women art rudgrt Some art witting some are unwilling Some women drudge for themselves some for their i1family Their U end BjIcKs to matter how ill they feel they work Women never half Ultc care of themselves Early decayatlulwreckecllivesaboundmalfllYthronghneglect have thiS book called UeSvtyi which tho Ieruna Medicine CoCpljirnlws will mail oa request It tclbjyomcu some easy things to lo to ltott4t health antI nil about tlc vlrtucsijf 1ernna forwomeiia peculiar ilLs Mjss tfajde Peters Mascoutth I U wrjCtes lam pcrfectlycnrcd of female weak nossl yi taking Ientna and Manullrj 1 hafo gained thirtyisevcn pounds Iinca bcgnn taking lcrun M friciV lsjarc wlJ lffiring what malft so anil healthy 1 vvotjldljico to Jtt IIorJQl DoV what a1thilznodiePrnnahi Woni nn dIseases are taainlycatnrrl tf Uii W lvi organs reruna drive out cv ry phase of catarrh Mrs BUa Vkcr Ko 126 Iron Strcjot A1ccoiKwrites ljtnldttw in my praVi Jiow tt ot l ccn for your OoJBCBi IIwits a bfe fi t2H1w rQW lnIf U hfjlt p 7VrrJ5L 17 t70 1il it i 1 tz I 6 Tli lllalncpt rs i Ansli 20 YEAfiS i1 PKiO t i 25O6CQCit- dVE t rURf J J aJUuuu t 3Z miuiictruibleivli JI IJoulighUrt collie id l ant tiincfllsitt chanf dideulijr in romin sci St v ir Jrgaui nlwiiii tn ml Il rjmi if norvom iluuth7 liiV b iK TIliK toni I tlCtor41X rtainti c jrou by c tli eLit r titiyou tiiwill 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aitach- ncnts tnrd 3oyeSIa t aichinC Sat iafatiorj In 30 day BMiury wilt be te- fotulcJ Sendcasb Milh order tacliutive cireuUi seat on apj i1ca ticti W1AYNSMFQ eeL tV5 LGIJ11 In KY 4mchfl5a t lumber For Safe I e r rhavo nlnijr raT near Waco about thr iiandreit Ihoa n4ftetot pri2vheoaic lacabi which t will s1t tMl n IQ tl on car gc ruttb rtart r svi8p or aarw tQAjtAN- I 0 I C k u CQ ii whettI Jill chiargu II wlujtt lit 11ish clinert or lip will store iilyI2tf it aLt low monthly rate SUITS THE POCKET the eye and the ear All the Pianos and Organs shown here are instruments yposspssryt1uug and strength of tone and boiut3 of finish The fact that an instrument is on sale here is a jjuanintef of its excellence I HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND iri Stouffer taken morn IIIOBKUXH for suits to order this spring the rest combined New store u ll1lt11lttli Him EDI IIII t i j IItrIny Olrec protection fire L and Tornado The cheapest sad mot rellablir company for the people of our county now operating In the Slate and grtr chrsper ever year as long an ou continue In tbe company Forthe lnrurnJlon call on the agent tidonrctbnrs n u BLACK AUannyat tf Uichmbiid office un Main lSfI- ebjpolternurt tlonkP next dour lo hUte UafcK it Trust Co second floor J H ABTEIl Pres mar2tlyi C UOSWQI1T2J Seer THf BEST OP THEM ALL1S LLIPP1NCOTISNTflLYJA0AZ1N1 t Contains a coauleta BJTO IB cvcrr ru her In additiun to it large qiiaPttiy i UUOi naisiitortamlng rcadtnit matter Ku fantlHHfit ffcrita irMe am C- O5frcftugci tontoit rrniferw- It iihonld be In errry honzcbolit nut UrV town o riori4 JI W Ah1 prsh 1 i I f iV I The Richmond Climax i cwiNAuzrProprktors idEditors C E WOODS Associate Editor AVEDNESDA YAUGUST 2 1899 PUULXS1IXUXVKKY WIDNK9DAY BT The Climax Printing Co IlllClfi PKtt YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT- We are authorized to announce a W DKATHERAQt a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the Action of the Democratic party L ASD N Throckmorton the Republican nominee for Commissioner of Agriculture will see the biggest wreck he over saw in his life on Tu sdny after the first Monday Meauo Co Messen gor A MATTER to be regretted is that there are not enough Republican in this country to fill the offices but there is Rome consolation in the thought that a few willing Democrats are standing around ready to offer their services when emergencies arise Pan tagra ph You surely do not allude to the bolt ors Bo careful and more specific DEMOCRACYS SAFEGUARD AGAINST REP ETITION OF THE CRIME OF 96 Editor Climax The Democrats of the proud Corn monwealth of Kentucky are prepar ing and the preparation is evidence sufficient that the sttiin of Republicanism will bo erased from her fair name never to be placed in power again so long as intelligence justice andcompe teney can avert the power of illiteracy wrong and misrule which are attrib utes of tho Itppublican party The average illiteracy in the State of Kentucky is 216 and does any one doubt for a moment which party assimilates that illiteracy With such gallant and gifted Democratic leaders as compose our State ticket standing as they do on a platform embodying every principle of justice wo will march to victory de fasting Ilannaism and Taylors ragtime howlers by 40000 votes The Democratic party acknowledges her offspring the Goebel amendment to the election law in the State of Ken tucky and will christen ituTho light that drives from our land Republican darkness and from henceforth the womb of Democracy shall be called blessed in giving us a child that will guard our interest and save us to Democracy from Republican stealago such as time great crime of 901 Republicans hereabouts acknowledge that Kentucky is a Democratic State mill in the same breath exclaim that Goobel will steal the election Now if Kentucky is Democratic how is the Goobel bill to assist Democrats in stealing it for parties do not have to steal what is theirs by right of suffrage It seems to us then that the Goebel amendment must bo for some other purpose viz To keep the Republican party from laying hold on property iiokthelra by right Tilt attitude of the Republican party toward the Goebel amendment is like- tIlerwlngsolatIIIef who conwresnn honWt man who hums for the protection of his property placed the necessary safeguards around it in order to pro tect it from n known thief as well as suspected ones So much than for the noble offspring tho progeny of Iemnernerou which a Republican Governor looked with secret contempt and actually refused to ccknqwltidge its birth The convention at Louisville was composed of representative Democrats who formulated a platform on which any Democrat can stand who desires to be classed as a follower of Jefferson the founder of the party of which Bryan is the living embodiment of those principles which are dear to the hearts of loyal Democrats The platform as adopted expresses the will of the majority in Kentucky in unequivocal language regarding the principles of the greatest and grandest political organizatiou the world has ever seen blossom into a flower of jus tice and equality bearing the fruitage of liberty At Lexington in July the Republican party mot and formulated a minority Cif Drawer Co LEXINGTON KY A PlaiD- UDValDi5hd Tale We have Just completed our new Mantel Boom and believe jou will agree with ua when we say it Is the most complete and perfect show room in the State In The Annex On the second floor have gathered an assortment that holds everything made in the way of Wood Mantels Tiles Grates and Ore place trimmings Every finish every style every pric If you are build inc if yon Ira remodeling want one or a dozen mantels this fFihe place to conic Our inducements are us follows The Best in Every Grade The Most Liberal Treatment TUe Lowest Prices We only ask that you consider this line before yon buy We guarantee to quote yoa lower prices than you can hope to secure eUcwhere Look aroand get p others prices and then see ns C1FBroWerCO1MAT LEXINGTON Ky- trrtlr V I r report in which they denounced in fact a party incapable of grasping broad and generous ideas stand ready to denounce tho good and applaud the wrong and for the sake of argument let it be admitted that Democrats have many faults while the Republicans have but two There is nothing good in what thoy say There is nothing good in what they do JAY Eu Ess PERSONAL Mr George Corzelins is back from Ashland Miss Sadie Banghman is home from Lancaster Gov and SIrs Jas B McCreary are at Atlantic City Miss Florence Barlow of Louisville was here lost week Rev Jobn E Abbott of Irvine is visiting friends here Miss Lida Burgess of Maysvillo is visiting Miss Olivia Baldwin Mrs Frank Reynolds of Junction City is a patient at the Infirmary- Mr Thos Harber of Texas visited his cousin Mrs W C French last weekMaster Ronald Old ham is visiting his aunt Mrs H C fehipp at George Jonathan Estill left Monday for Howard county Mo to visit his broth er who is quite ill Miss Mollie Waller of Ford is spend ing fair week with Mrs George White on Fifth street Mrs Lou VanWinkle and pretty daughter Miss Louise of Danville are guests of Mrs C D Pattie Mrs H C Jasper and son Gaines left Friday for a months visit to rela tives in Boone county Miss Bessie Hockaday of Silver Creek has returned from a visit to friends at Nicholasville Mr J S Powell has returned to Clark after a visit to Messrs J L and Joe Powell of Red House Misses Willie May Jarman and Alice Ballnrd of Lexington are the attractive guests of Miss Laura Luxon Mr DoM Chenault is back from Olympic Springs looking much im proved after a two months illness Miss Elizabeth Hall of Paris is spend ing the week with her consin Miss Nancy Hall and attending the Fair Mr and Mrs Af T Chenault left Monday for Merrimac Highland St Louis to attend the Gentry reunion Among the Fair visitors we note Messrs Foster Ray of Lebanon Gns Hall and Gray Strother of Louisville Mr Richard Batt and daughter of Mason county will arrive today to visit their cousin Mr W C French Mrs Bettie H Little and daughter Miss Mary have returned from a weeks visit to Mrs W T Tevis iu the county Miss Helen Terrill will join Mrs Margaret White and family this week for a stav of several weeks in Pitts bln Mr and Mrs H P Grider are here from Kansas City visiting numerous relatives in Madison and adjoining counties Misses Ida and Kathrine Park two of Irvines mostcharming young ladies are visiting Mrs Alfred Douglas on second Street Miss Minna Wagers attended the Nicholasville Street Fair and says there were fully four thousand visitors fn town each day Mrs G Thompson and Miss Jennie Daniel of Irvine guests of Mrs Neale Bennett leave today for Harriman Tenn to make their home Miss Katherine French left Monday for a visit to relatives at St Louis Mo She will also be present at the Gentry reunion at Morrimac Highland- Mr Mont Calllsonof Middlesborongb wholesale furniture dealer is at the Fair He says a big crowd is coming from his section and Central entucky to see the 1000 saddle stake today Messrs David and Harvey Chenault Sr attended the funeral on Monday of their nephew John A Huguely who was killed by a train at Burgin Satur day The entertainment by Mrs Mary B Clay last Friday night in honor of Prof Clay Herrick and wife was a delight ful affair and largely attended despite the rain Col Green Clay a charming and ge nial gentleman of Mexico Mo who is visiting the distinguished relatives of his name in this State was in Lexing ton yesterday Mrs H C Shipp of Georgetown Mr Ab Oldham of Lexington and Messrs H K Oldham ano Jas Tipton of Mt Sterling attended tho burial of C K Oldham here on Monday Mrs Judge A R Burnam and her little girls Sarah and Madge have been warmly welcomed by many friends at her old home She is guest of Hon Curtis F Burnam and wife Mrs Florence B Cathcart of Atlanta and Miss Nina Atkinson of Chicago are Miss Estill Walkers guests Rev It J Hunter of Whites Station and Rev W E Fnrr of Corbin are guests of Mr Frank Walker Mrs Lewis Hood of Covington re turned on Saturday alter a pleasant visit to her grandson Master Kupcr Hood Jr Mrs Hood is a most charming lady completely winning the friend ship of all who had the pleasure to meet her Mr Divid Martin and Miss Tempie Oldham will be married today atluoon nt the residence of Judge Jno C Chonault by Rev J W Harding Mr and Mrs Martin will at onco leave lor- a bridal tour with the best wishes of many friends Thompson Morton was the guest of his mother Mrs S V Morton Sunday He was on his way from Louisiana to New York from whence be will go to Ecuador to join the engineering party with which Seth Beckner is connected Winchester Democrat Mr Wylie H Combs of Jackson is the guest of his daughter Mrs T S Hubert He is ono of the gentlemen of the old school a Godly man an eId- er in the Presbyterian church and one of Broathitts vpry best citizens respected by one and all Mr Clarence Woods of tho Rich mond CLIMAX ono of the honorary vice presidents of the Danville Fair is working for the enterprise with the loyalty and enthusiasm which he ever throws into anything which engages hIS interest Danville Advocate Mr Frank Clay dropped in from Washington City last week and was cordially welcomed by hia many friends Mr Way will probably engaga In the practice of Patent law in Cincinnati He IB one of the brightest members si hIs name wad win do Wc41 whewvw JM iVRI Jil i Jti 0 s i Mr Charles Miller is back from Ir vine as bald as a door knob and fat as a mat h He met the kissing bug on Millers Creekand beat him at Ins own camo The red lemonade and pretty als here this week brought him back home for a day or two before going on to Tennessee for a few days Miss Mariawillle Smith says that her father Capt J Speed Smith who with his wife is at Rockbridgo Alum Springs Va is feeling much bAtter As the Captains general health is BO much better than it was In 96 when Le was restored by his trip to the same springs it is hoped he will again regain healthMiss Belle Bowyor llift this week for Detroit to reside with her sister and do private nursing She has been with the Infirmary here and is ono of the most accomplished trained nurses ever in this city and those who have the pleasure of her acquaintance particu larly those who were blessed by her tender intelligent ministrations say adieu with sincere regret Mr Will E Cabells many friends in this part of the State will be glad to learn of his appointment by President McKinley as Captain in the volunteer army which is being raised for service in the Philippines The officers now being appointed are selected solely upon their merit and this is a high compliment to Mr Cabell which is well deserved A Washington dispatch says he will be assigned to staff duty probably with Gen Wbeeler Colum bia Ky Spectator Mrs Sallie Millers friends at the Hotel Glyndon gave her a genuine surprise on Friday evening the occasion of her 75th birthday A special table had been beautifully decorated and ladened with good things and over all the mellow light of 75 candles wwi shed making a beautiful sconce Though only a few were present the wellwishes of a thousand went up for the continued good health of this popu lar lady She has contributed so much to tho pleasure of othersthat this little surprise seemed to fill her cup of joy to overflowing We wish her many many happy returns of her 75th birth day RELIGIOUS Rev Fnulconer preaches next Sun day morning at the Second Presbyterian church Protracted meeting will begin at Brookstown next Sunday by Rev Sam Bailey of Richmond All invited Rev I N Edwards will assist pastor Owen in a meeting a Kirksville Baptist church beginning the 1st Sunday night in AugustRev French of Winchester preached to a large audience at Red House Saturday night Sunday and nightA protracted meeting at the Boggs School House is in progress with eleven additions up to Sunday night Revs Brown and Shearer preaching Rev T S Hubert preached another of his matchless Bcrmonsiat the Union Services cn Sunday night at the Pres byterian church A large congregation was present and this eloquent and able minister was at his best as he always is The Rev H W Faulconer of Lan castor who filled the pulpit of the Christian church at the union services a few Sundays ago will preach in the Second Presbyterian church next Sun day morning at the usual hour The public is cordially invited to attend It is officially announced that the Rev A Q Buckner for the past eleven years pastor of the Presbyterian church of Cynthiana has accepted tho presidency of Kings College at Bristol Tenn tendered jima some time since and will preach bis farewell sermon here Sunday at the Presbyterian church Dr Buckner with his family will move to their new home next week He will also haye charge of a church in that city The Hustler inadvertently omitted to note the ordination and installation of Rev Charles A Logan a few Sun days since The ceremonies were con ducted by Re vs Irvine of Clay City Shewmaker of Georgetown Thompson of Lexington and Biggerstaff of Lost Creek Rev Shewmaker delivering the ordination charge to the young minister The ceremonies were very Impressive anti interesting Rev Logan has begun his labors with great earnestness and energy and it is felt that the church will thrive under his guidance and charge This is an extensive field in which lie is engaged but he is thoroughly equipped anti fortified for the work Jackson Hustler Rev W R Lloyds sermon Sunday morning was upon the onetalented men and women of this world who by far are in the majority Could theso be reached and impulsed to a proper endeavor the result would be a revela tion The heroes and martyrs have performed mighty works but the uni ted efforts of the great army of one talent people would revolutionize the globe in ono generation Pride and vanity envy jealousy indolence and idleness are the hinderances in the way of great achievements by those with one talent A confession of his weakness a knowledge of his ability which is the real measure of responsl bility would make heroes out of the poor groveling creatures who are wast ing their little all by Inactivity From these shall be taken oven that which they have and they shall be cast into outer darkness Awake ye of one talent and do thy very best and God will reward you for your faithfulness In few things by making you rulers over many things heirs and joint beits to a starry crown and a heavenly home Mr Lloyd is always forcible and instructive and his congregation is to be congratulated on having an ag gressive able pastor DEATHS OLDHAM Mr Charles K Old ham Sr ono of the mojt highly respected citizens of this county died here at noon today after a lingering Illness Deceased was about 65 years of ago and had been in ill health for some time He ws the father of A B and C K Oldham leading merchants of this city and was truly a good man The remains will be taken to Richmond Ky Ills old home for inter ment The above dispatch appeared in Saturdays Lexington Herald Deceased was a father of Mr Vm D Oldham proprietor of the Busy Bee Cach Store this city and Messrs Ab and C K Oldham of Mt Sterling and Mrs Jerry Broaddusof this county To these the sympathy ot a host of friends is extended Attorney So Ii B Black agontjand collector for the Blue Grass Insurance Co of Lexington has mado settlement with Mr Geo tV Samuels for damage done his residence by 3rd which occurred recently Mr Black ha paid him well and lie aew has LW drilling In ulaa H I c i a LOCAL For Rent byMrsberenfed for remainder of this year possession given July 1st J K QUEENLKAV Assignee my31tf Preacher Sues tar Slander Rev R Leo Bowman the well known Baptist minister of Versailles who in May delivered an eloquent ad dress before the Knights of Pythias here has sued one of his deacon Mr Time Sellers for 40000 for circulating a report that the minister was intoxica ted in the pulpit Mr Seller who is very wealthy is an uncle of Rev Bow mans wife and is vice president of tho HarrisSeller banking company a Best Fair In Kentucky The Danville Fair August 30 and 31 and Sept 1 will no doubt be one of the best advertised fairs to be held in the country this year judging from the correspondence of the Secretary and by the way the catalogues will be ready for distribution the last of this week If you want one send your ad dress to theSecretaryHenryCBright Everything connected with the show is progressing smoothly Danville Ad vocate Opened Ills ORfce Here Mr William R Letchcr Jr lately graduated from the Law Department of Central University and a regular graduate of the Academic Department of Yale University 93 has opened a law office in this city front room up stairs in Masonic Temple Building over Covington Mitchell Mr Letchcr is thoroughly competent by both birth and education to take front rank in his profession and lie will bo a valuable accession to tho legal fraternity here Announces for Assessor Mr G W Deatherage of White Hall announces his candidacy in todays CLIMAX for assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Deatherage is a sober and industrious farmer and has been a faithful worker in the Democratic party all his life This is the first time ho has ever asked for office and if the party should choose him as its standard bearer he will defeat hie Republican opponent in tho final election mark our prediction A Rare Treat for Estill People Having heard the lecture Home Sweet Homo by Rev T S Hubert of this city we take pleasure in commend lug him to the graces of the good peo plo of Irvine and Estill county Mr Hubert has extraordinary rare powers of description tins an almost limitless vocabulary and is the master of all sit uations His lecture is full of laughter and tears and is a rare treat from opening to close Ho will lecture at Irvine Friday evening A ugS under the auspices of the Irvine Presbyterian church A Lie of Whole Clolh Mr R Lee Davis tho Cincinnati Enquirers correspondent lucre says the article in yesterdays Pantagraph charg ing him with sending ono report t90 the Enquirer and another from a Republi can point of view to the Lexington Leader is simply a lie of whole cloth He says the only reports of the nnti Goebel meeting sent by him were to the Enquirer and CourierJournal The report in the Louisville Dispatch and Lexington Leader were sent by others as Operator Fenill can testify Mr Davis has not represented tho Dis patch here in six months and never hiss represented the Leader as correspondent at this point Vinl Vidl VIci There were nineteen and only nine teen of tho signers to the antiGoebel paper who attended their meeting on Saturday at the Court House There were about 58 other persons present a score of Republicans and others wear- Ing Goebel buttons there through curiosity Dr Poyntz called the meet ing to order A T Chenault was chair man Dr Pattie was secretary and Judge Breck orator of the day The meeting was as quiet as a church meet leg which is evidence that still waters run deep The object of the meeting was incorporated in resolutions con demning Goebelism and naming delegates to the Lexington conference today The Gold Bugs of Richmond are as a rule for Goebel and have got the laugh on the former regular Democrats who they say are now The Bolters Chemical Invention io Preserve Ice Although it will break Dave Tevis heart the rest of the sweaters will be glad to know that Everett Bevan of Anderson Indiana celebrated the hot test day of the year by making appli cation for letters of patent covering a timely discovery For two years he has been working on a preparation with which to coat ice and keep it from melting He claims to have made the discovery at last and exhibits three blocks of ice which have been subjected to tho heat for three months and have not decrea ed in size The preparation is a white liquid which is poured over anlaiyslson the ice but it keeps off the hot waves and makes the Ice almost as staple an article as rock Bevan is in the ice business How a Richmond Man Once Did up Ingersoll The sudden death of the great Infi del Kobt G Ingersoll at hUhome In New York last week recalled a little incident which occurred a number of years ago with a lormer citizen of our town Jim T Burnam an older broth er of Maj Burnam was JIving in Raton N M conducting a merchandising business he also owned theonly public hall in the town Mr Ingersoll was ElkinsIRaton but who is now the Senator from West Virginia A number of the citi zone of Raton urged Mr Ingereoll to deliver one of Ills lectures In the town and he agreed to do They went to Mr Burnam to engage his bell and he on inquiry learned for what purpose they expected to use it and declined promptly to allow them to have it Eay ing that no man could speak In his house for the purpose of abusing bis bible and his religion A number of toughs abased Mr B for his narrow ness and finally some one threatened him when a little chap about 20 years remarked that while ho wanted to bear Ingersoll speak he thought Mr Bur nam exactly right and if any oho wished to fight let them step but This settled H and Ingersoll did not speak at Raton Henry Koeliler Company KrnitohelbuylOJllaratllJJlty StWrit iiu spi t I fc ri 11 1 WomansWorhis The consiaud care causes sleeplessness loss of appftile extreme nervousness snd That tired feeling Sfa wonderful change comes wham Hoofs Sarsipantta Is taken S gives pure rich blood good appetite steady nerves Dinners During Tho Fair The ladies of the Catholic church will furnish dinners during tho Fair in the Sthlegel building formerly occupied by Louis Todd A good dinner can bo had for the small sum of twenlvflve cents Lunch and refreshments will nlbO be served at popular prices during moniings and evenings Dont forgot the place Bring your appetites jnly2G2t Henry Clay Broaddus Dead A familliar figure in our community has been remflved a kindly genial gentleman hnsgone from our midst and by hits death are we all made poorer for he was a friend to all who would let him bo their friend Henry Clay Broaddus Ho died nt 6 p in Monday at his homo on Main street this city niter a short illness of a com plication of diseases Ho was ill hut a short while Burial with Masonic honors today at4 p m from Chris thin church as his own church the Baptist is being repaired Deceased leaves the following chil dren P B Broaddup Mrs Tow Wells Mrs Kit Parks A Final Farewell Mr J W Hughley of Red House Madison county Ky sends tho CLIMAX the following copy of a letter which he mailed July 25 to the managers of the Louisville Dispatch Red House Ky July 23 hSt9To the oflicers and Managers of the Dis patch Louisville Ky I seo my sub Bcription is out the 20h to Now as you are ndvocatJDgthe same thing that caused me to quit the old bolting CourierJournal I shall treat the Dispatch in the same manner and ask you to discontinue my paper as I am no boltocrat I am for Win Goebel from start to finish and must give the Dispatch credit for making me a Goo manWishing success to Goebel lihd the true Democratic party and overwhelm ing defeat to the Dispatch and all other bolters I bid you a final faiewell J W HUOUELEY SixtySix Years Ago This Fair Was Held Here Mr Malcolm M Miller has presented us with an old and faded bill bearing the following tMADISON ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1833 ENTRIES Gholson Stappsbay horse Conductor by William dam by Cedar five years old riders dress red jacket and cap and white pantaloons James Berrys chestnut sorrel horse President by Kosciusco dam by Ham iltontan four years old riders dress red jacket and cap and butT pantaloons Samuel Davenports bayhorse All worthy by Aratus dam by Gatewoods Buzzard four years old riders dress yellow jacket with red stripes blue cap and yellow pantaloons AKCIIIBALD WOODS President The above mentioned bill is 5x8 inches and tho typo is heavy black the paper about the same quality as this newspaper and was found by Mr Miller among some old papers of his father the late Win Malcolm Miller who was also father of Mr John C Miller this city The bill will bo on display at the CLMAX this week during the Fair Lesson Frcm an Infirmary at Lebanon The Lebanon Falcon was last week profusely illustrated with cut of the leading business men Notable was the picture of Elizabeth Hospital a private infirmary lately erected at a cost of 12 000 by Dr Robert C McChord one ot the most progressive and popular phy sidans and surgeons in Central Ken tucky Let us call the attention ol Richmond people to the pride and sat isfaction which the citizens of Lebanon and Marion county feel over this great acqufeitionjo their city Here invalids are given tho nursing and treatment that nany could not afford togo to the cities to procure suffering is relieved invalids cured smitten loved ones re stored and all as a result of the presence of a hospital where intelligent treatment and professional nursing can be secured right at home under the most favorable conditions Wo have here in Richmond an Infirmary that was born in the brains and hearts of the Compassionate woman hood of our community aided by the philanthropy of Mr Brutus Junius ClayI May God add his blessing to thefound ors and defenders of this noble institu tion and bring hundreds of other worthy men aud women to a proper conception of the duty and the privilege which are theirs to further aid in the good work it is doing t C EW Called Meeting of Farmers Court Day To Organiza a Madison County Game Pro tcctive Association The Madison County Game Protec tive Association will hold n public moot ing at the Court Ifouse Monday county court day August 7 1690 at 2 p m Everybody is expected to attend Alt the farmers are especialy invited to be present as every body in the county should become a member eachIfetir alternations 1st I hereby agree I will not allow f any one to hunt on my lands or proper ty at any time without my permission in writing or upon any property over which I have control or in any way violate the Quail law of Kentucky or allow any one else to violate said law 2nd I agree not to allow hunters to go rabbit hunting or any other hunting I on my premises out of bird season namely November and December unless I go with them or send some one to represent me so the birds will not be killed by the pot hunters tC- 3rd I agree that if I see a Quail kiledor a dead Quail in any ones posses sion or hear of the name or It see any- onE hunting or any knowledge that might lead to the conviction of any ono I for violating the Quail or game law or seining fish in any of time streams of Kentucky or Madison county L will 4 notify the Madison Gun Club of said tarformation without delay The Madison Gun Club offers a ro ward o 52 50 to the Informant ovary conviction To bo paid incabh ai soon as the lawbreaker is cbnvTctedV Lteyeor iodf come and have a lar e jin w a liUU1 St i r1 t a Tate Irvines Great Speech The Jonesvillo Virginiamihuad tho fol lowing say of Boil R T Irvines Fourth of July speech at that place Judge Duncan in a few appropriate words introduced Hon IlT Irvine of Big Stone Gap who delighted the assembled hundreds with one of the hap piest speeches of his life lIe flew with the Old Eagle from the earth to the skies and trailed the historian through all the winding labyrinths of epoch making vents from the birth of the Declaration of Independence down to this good hour where he found our Undo Sam reaching hits starjeweled arm to spank the yallergals way over in time Philippines because they want and dare attempt to be free as we are free Along with this oratorical flight he mingled poetical fancies and closed his brilliant effort by paying a tribute to the chivalry of American manhood and to the purity of American womanhood Sunday School Convention The thirteenth annual Convention of the Madison County Sunday School Association will be held at Speedwell on Saturday August 12 1899 Such arrangements have been made as to promise the largest and best Sunday School Convention ever heM in the county Prof Fox the State Secre tary and various other active workers will take part Besidwi tIme singers of the place where the Convention is held several other quartettes have been en gaged to be present autl contribute to the success of the occasion Any choir or other bodies of singers that will furnish one or more members is invited to write to either of the uniltTbigned It is hoped that time people will assemble by 980 a in that friendly greetings may precede the exercises A basket dinner will be served at noon The friends at Speedwell propose to do the hospitable thing but as tho gathering is likely to be unusually large it may be well for some of jus from other places to bring some eatabes L V PODGE President W F BAUMSTARK Secretary His Life Crushed Out John Andrew Iluguoly one of the wealthiest citizens of Boyle was killed by the cars nt Btirgin on Saturday ftc was superintending the loading of a number of rattle and while passing between two cnn was run into and crushed to death Mr Hugucly had just finished lila work and was starting to town The conductor of the train passed between the cars and Mr flu guely attempted to follow him when the engineer Started to make a connec tion and lies was caught between the cars and badly crushed Ho was extricated and takpu lo his home and died within two hours without regaining about 53 years old and a nephew of Messrs David and Harvey Chenault Sr and leaves a wife nee Miss Nannie Cromwell and two children Chenault Hnguely and Mary Vincent Hugucly Burial at Danville on Monday The Louisvillo Post of Monday adds Mr Hugnely was caught between the drawbars and the fourteeninch coupling link driven clear through hii hotly and into its place in the socket of the bumper He was pinioned fast for some time before the cars were separa ted and then left suspended ou the link which had gone through his clothes and body and pushedsevoral rtobrae of the backbone Into the hollow of the drawbar The coupling links pene trated his abdomen The injured man was removed to Dr Merediths office whore he suffered until relieved by death inside of an hour In the meantime his wife and sister inlaw Miss Susie Cromwell were sent for and arrived in time to witness his death but not to be recog timed by the dying man His son Ciienault was wiUihiin when tho lie cident occurred His only brothers Jako and C C Hnguely accompanied by the Hons John Yerkes ami Charles Rodes of Danville conveyed tho remains Jto that city where they wero buried today Authentic History ol St Albans Raid TSio- sOronston Collins Testimony The following is an extract from an recent publication of the Canadian Government containing tho famous history of St Albans Raid in which number of Madison county Confederate soldiers participated Col Bennett II Young has a copy of the volume of 600 pages EXTRACT FroM TilE PROCEEDINGS OF TilE COURT HISTObV OF ST ALIIANS RAID OfficeCityTho said Thomas Bronston Collins is now addressed by me as follows Having heart the evidence do you wish to say anything la answer to the charge You are not obliged to tay anything unless you desire to do so but whatever you say will be taken down in writing and may be given in evidence againstyou at your trial Whereupon the sail Thomas Bron ston Collins saitli as follows I am a native of Kentucky and a commissioned officer of the Confeder ate States Dt war with the socalled United States I served under the command of Gen John Morgan and became separated from it at the battle of Cyiithiina Ky Having eludeil the Y Jin keen I joined Lt Young afterwards at Chicago knowing it to be my duty to my government as well as to mysolf never to desert its cause I owe nO al legiance to the socalled United Stater but am a foreigner and public enemy to the socalled Yankee Government The Yankees dragged my father from his peaceful fireside and family circle sod Imprisoned him in Camp Chase where luis sufferings impaired his health and mind and my grandfather tan been banished from Kentucky bv brute Burbridge They have stolen ne rocs and forced them into their nrinie leaving their women and childreu to starve and die They have pillaged Led burned private dwellings banks villages and depopulated whole dis trlcctt boasting of their inhuman acts IS deeds of heroism and exhibiting their plunder iu northern cities as tao thics of Federal victories 1 have vio ated no law of Canada or Great Brit ain Whatever I may haveulono at St Albans I did as as a Confederate officer acting under Lt Young When I left St Albans I camo to Canada eolely for protection I entered ahotolIt StanhridgQ unarmed anti alone and was arrested und handcuffed by a Ca indian magistrate Whitman assisted y Yankees lIe liad no warrant for my arrest nor had an Jsworn complaint ecu made to hiui against Inc About 9800 was taken from me when ar estod part Confederate booty lawfully aptured and held by mo as such and part of my own private fiirWg 1 afck the restoration of the inpneji taken from me slUt my discharge Jas de mandol by tho rules of Interiw tlpul law Time treaty under wufeliimy exI traUltkia ia uMiMwl ajipU Ujt Mwf i F j murderers thieves and formers I am neither but a soldier serVIng my coun try in a war commenced and waged ajrsiiiHt Os by n barbarous foe in violation of their own constitution in disre gard of all the rules of warfare as inter preted by civilized nations and Christian people and against Yankees too wise to expose themselves to danger while they cau buy mercenaries and steal negroes to fight their battles fur them who whilst prating of neutrality seduce your own peoplo along the border to violate tho proclamation of your au gust Sovereign by joining their armies and leave them when captured b us to languish as prisoners in a climate unwholesome to them If I aided in the sack of the St Albans banks it was because they were public Institutions and because knew the pocketnerve of the Yankees to be the most sensi tie that they would suffer most by its being rudely touched I duel nothing for the booty except to injure the enemies of my country Federal soldiers are bought up at 1000 a head ami the capture of 200000 is equivalent to tho destruction of said soldiers I there fort thought the expedition would pay I gueSs it dill in view of the fact also that they have wisely sent several thousand soldiers from tho bloody front to protect exposed points In the rear For the pert I took I am ready to abide the consequences knowing that if I am extradlcted to the Yankee butchers my government can avenge If not protect its soldiers And further the examinant snith not md hath signed the foregoing having been previously read iiriiis presence igned TJIOMAS BROXSTON COUINS Taken and acknowledged before me at the Police office in the said city of Montreal the day and year above men tioned Signed CIIAS J CODRSAL J S P This was the 12th day of November 1864 by the Judte of the Sessions of the Peace in and for tho City of Mon treal Hows TLI- sWo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any casb of Catnrrh that can not be iured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CIIESEY tCo Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 y ars and believe hint perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to larry out any obligations made by their firm DrugJlstsTolVALLDINO KISNAX MARVIN Wholesale DruggistM Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally tiding directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 75o nsr bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halts Family rilEs are the best nugLlm Tho streams in Adair county were never known to be as law as they arc nowThe appearance of jar flies this month is said to indicate a very early fall Public Sale As agents for the heirs ot W K and J K Oldham we wilt sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on the premises three miles ent of Richmond and onehalf mile from Ir Tine pike on Otter Creek on Tunhy Augun 15th 1899 The followisg described property tonlt First the home place known as Kavananjrh place containing El acres with house of ten rooms and all necessary outbuildings Second a tract of land located one mile irma home lace adioinlng the lands of S B Noland and John Doty containing 43 acres Third a tract ot land located on Clear Creek Rockcastle county containing about 75 acres of good tim ber land Sale wilt begin promptly at 10 oclock TERMS Onethird cash balance in twelve months at 6 per cent interest with security and lien For further particulars call on Mrs W II Miller on the premises or address AgenlaJOliNang22tr Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS VI R LET CHE- RAttorneyatLaw IJlCIIUOND KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells T C Lowry AttorneyatLawI Moborley Building Bichond KyJ Dr iioldsteinS The Optic SpecialistS WSIJaTUNSTO CHMoraIThursday September 7th FOR TWO DAYS ONLY Woii CarvoTc1G- ilt The Price In Two Our Reduction Shoo Sale has just opened We are olforini unmatched bargains In Shoos for Men Women an l Children Never before wero Slioes sold at such prices and The Best of Shoes To be hatf We are making room forour immense stok of Hoots and Shoes for Fan and Win- terThink of These I 00 Mens Shoes going nt S3 00 3 OOlItIld ShoeS goingult 2 10 a 00 Ladies Shoes golug at 2 25 i 00 Ladies Shoes golug at 160- I A large assortment of La dies Oxfords just the kind every Lady wants At prices that will suit the poorest pocketbook Come Barlj and get your pick Rich Goods at Poor PHce Freeman Bros aIIlIIIIT 11IT1 n CH IIttWtt = Elders jt J v Mens Suits at 1 a Mens Pants ut 4 Boys Suits at IJ Boys Pants at icw 9Gents Laundred 4 erIrGents Drawers lflLadies Vests Ladies Pants 4 Towels Corsets Q Ladles and Gents Cuffs t Suspenders 13 Buggy Whips vAsst Coors in A 4rLadies White iif Colors in Js Baby Bibs tf yc Fire Screens Aw iC OJ7J LINE OF s1wCHILDRENS ARE MOTIF THAN EVER 1 jNINWe have a few A on hand which lOc No 40 See our can R W B N Mens Black Felt IN lists Mens Nice Straw Hats Boys Nice Straw Hals Mens and Boys Caps frlruseels44cRugs25c Knlven and Forks per set IN CarniaStorec Teaspoons Cake Files Turner Tableppoons p1jt 4 Otstt Respectfully 3T AGENT FOR McCALL Tie Sntkn OF L 160000 FMD 1 aP111hc 05000 RESER We pay the same I Panes pay to tho estates pi Largest profits Every precaution for dpartjeulars K apply to Y L4 IT MBS A T MILLION Local Without intention we teke this public ly that we need the must have it If all settled we will to resort juiww to stringent August 8910 Fair BIGGEST THING EVER INAUGURATED IN THE SOUTH1 25000 Given Away in Purses and Premiums FOR LIVE STOCK AMUSEMENTS Diving Elks Diving Horses High Bicycle Dive- S Guideless Wopders 5 Bucking Elks j Driving ElkSi The Worlds fair Midway RivalledB- fffflKl With All the Objectionable Features Eliminated For catalogues premium lists ctry blanks and all Information address j M W SHMKLN Sccetary Lexington K- yiExcurcori Rntnc o AM Railroads Nail HMMft LwWlWJUw AVMiMt H4C9v IltY F Aad iaiat On Aueust 8 to 12 inclusive the rOiiwtripleketsiDckyto Laxitifetn rturn at owe ir fur riwndr trip TickHM n kxJ to eurituitAgmt 13 IWW WH TLYLc- 4As r 4 Isgs4Ixr f a i c i 2 rtztSix room over Higginfl Ellis Kro icerystof for tent for officee orreghlcu Apply to J T McCllBtofk IUelimon1 Kentucky Je28f AbeauttnRlilklerintpIanc pjsIe Ml 1i pitrdtatl Ii iii W YMM 1JFjWW jneli l a 0 r ivivi iiiiiiU- PPLEMENT1 8 J ri TiiE RICHMOND CL1M4XI VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1899 h SQe u 5 i THIS WEEKS0 s ijlj Speciollooders E11- Os 00- 0s a a S8 D02FT FORGET ITo 0 0 im Reduced Pricesqc mi 5lmm eexanc 5a O aV r atca 5S is Choice Styles in Lawns Dimities Wash 1 Cropons Eiquoa Ginghams and s Percaips All going at SLAUGH eeelEU PRICES ea e- an flaat ie ITjJJiIB g g 1 lJHmI i ii o CUT PRICES OX ALL e o 131UMM1UNRVYEAL G I p S3- JS saJ 03 Des pe Womens Tan and Black Oxfords regular o- s piice 150 can bo purchased in the- o noxtTtttf DAYS for 100 All others e9 00 uiciliieed g H cu te Set 0 s 1llkB4BIo i ec II All sizes good quality atOfSoo COST 9l1lao coinpieteatI cB Cla i Wholesale Prices e 0 et ClO e jis iQ Take advantage of this Re 0- 4 t duction Sale Como to feco0- Kees when you want to 0Og save money Respectfullyi 00 v 910 ct o SISGI 10 10 0 OVJEJ cKEE1- o 00 00 0 00 00 o G o e 555 b SSNS SSS S55 Se 55555 SSSeS 0 G 05ENQUS ONE DOLLAR IIMM l ud4touasIIh IIW deWSSd7SSUIV- 1row AUK qua flkUlU bfrIgbtCDqLJL loilw Vou en tinnlne it at journtareit trclinX ifTonBnJIt rzetIyss rrpmcnlrd to orc n rllU I IUIIU UleakdallIecuert ilrrtbMiorKaujulTrtlM Uyotben t mann mrr V7 irrixht aeent ur aprclal dsy SfCZkCj S3IZ5 t iico or IIG li and Irelcht cbarirfi jl15IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE pI4cTMg pth an I- I0t7e pde betrr-E M arnrn-f pjl im the mlllraUuahown wblch pi direct troia a f botoraphjon can onuaoiaeltlnftollti Inui finpearance Made fr q rl PMW l 49Iionitialnrhra wid andwelKBlJSMpAiiiHU 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tottnr p ilrtan j n MlUll iU IIgbI3EAR ILL Q V 0 t fV EV L t i ct1jI3IcV et t ij f P fJ i ijikiWWWL5 UV 1437 1 We liuye jlt t received 1 number of Kafritf Fv ltiLtoJi Ieel3OxeslVaterCOOlerS White Mountain Ice Creatn FreQzgis to Tsk Qt SaT 1111 Fishkca v e rfrom a Sun Perch to- W a Channel Mud CaL m Did we eveSayany thing to 3u1LboU the 1 tty + cst- J I t 2 d Well we Will see you later Call uncl see us ff RQ A = = n D B W mFD RD CM mJ 1 4M41N STRBE KICHMONP KYF7171 7r 7f 7fT I J c LL DEMOCRATIC TICKET KOH GOVKKNOK HON VILjIAAI GOKBEL OF KJJNTON JKnNTY POltIKUTKNANT GOVEKNOU J C VJ5FCKAM OF NELSoN COUNTY ion ATTOKNKV OKNKIlAn IL J HRKCKINRIUaK OF J10VLE flINTY FOR ATJDITOH GUS COUL1Elt OF GRAVES COUNTY FOH TUKASUKKIt 8 W HAGER- OF nOD COUNTY VOlt SKGKKTAIIY OF STATK CALEB BKKOK1NUIDK HILL 014C1AIOKCOUNT- YFORCMMISSONER OF AGUICOLTU1CK IN NALL OF JKKKKJISON COUNTY Ion SUPT OF PU3LIO INSTUOTlONj H V McCHESNBY OF laVINGTON COUNTY FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER 3D DIST COL A W HAMILTON OF MT STEItLING FOR KKIIIKSBNTATIVK HOX W W COM US MADISON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTFOR Wo are nutborized to announce JUDGE CountyJudgeparty IFOR CLERK to announce ABCIt KXVANAUGH HOTY for Count ClerkaucJ t to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY subjecttoWe are autborlted to announce D Jt TEVI8 a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR EHEKIFr- Wo are authorized to announce JOHN P WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aeth5rlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for bhria of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce P B BROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison cou nty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Veare authorized to announce JOE OLD HAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to tve action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKElt a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized tOi announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate fut Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOil JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C MadisonIparty We are authorized to announce PETER O MadisonIparty POLICEIEVERETT City of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party OBLAYKD J CORRESPONDENCE VALLEY VIEW PKKSONAIi Misses Lucy and Mona lmtJlIr spent a fisw jays with friends in Lexington lust week Jack Jlonp nUll wife vibiled friend it High Bridge last Saturday and look in thu Camp meeting x O IleniiiKi 01 Lexinuton visited relatives mid friends near here last week A tetter fr m Mr E IL Serivner who is at West dill Colorado where lie wilt hoping that a change of cli nuttn would be beneficial to his hilling health says Hint he lit improving Mrs It C Hall and two chiltlreii 0- 1Lxiniton are visiting the family of Mr Erne t Watts on Maple Ave Richard Qtiisenberry of Jackson was in our town lust week looking all smiles tame like unto Bill Ctiaso N J Roberta of London WHS hero last week und registered at Hotel looSe LUMJJKU STICKS Our haze haul team and a team from Lexington milt liii tho diamond Sunday eveiiinj nt this lace mid they do eay OUT team Uid oiue of thu bent play ing it over did The Ciirpnnt rs nt orkin the Mtrs Drug God building will suun have it ready fur occupiincy G MLyons who says Taylor ontrht to Lucleclolii worrying a great ed over tlio matter losng Veep IiI he sees in visions Deinwnttic ninjuritits ranging trout 25000 to 40000 JAY ELL ESS V4TiVTLfI Miss E117tbetII Kutbry u tile guest of Miss JennloJLarkcs W C Fish had 80 acres of wheat ud that yielded 25 iiusiielapur acre Deputy U 8 Mantfml W T Short of Mt Vernon was here Just week Miss Jennie Pinkes ripout Thursday i and Friilny of last week in Ridiuiynd Mrs Martin and family have re turned from it two week wijqurn nt Slate Jjiclc tsprings Several loads of export cattlerbought by J W Uales were shipped from here r and Point Lcayell last week Tho kissing hug is abraad in oui land Mis Mayiue Uuniey nnd Mr Robt TJ Jennings have both been vii iwd by tlio pestiferous ilisoetS The Paint Lick base bull team crossei bats yviih Ihu Oartersville iiiueSatur davt Tliexniiitt resulted In n score ii H w 24Jtvor o Pnhiit Lick Mra JJr Black of Knoxville nccom P l i by her two K5sterSJUs6es Henry and AUleJFish of HumotxC were the nueajB of W 8 Fith and wife Wednee day atd ThurBday f11LLllCErOp f f G Cfufre looking constderiiulebottei jIw ti4rMin i ue 2 A Ciil wIll bJt1 i4 1II- OiJ 2 I c k 1t Uit niht at July Mr W O Anderson and family spent the JIIthllt Shun LMK printjs Miin IattiuTodd opptimiftchoOl haici loinliy witliCtin nllcnltJlct Unit her lunsfoid rturjicd atthej UnptlHt cbnich Siltitlity evening nt oclock MII R Cad has luin very low ivilii rheimialirut lint we re glad tit PCP him out again- Married Tuly 10 at the residence of the biides father Mr Ollie Ilonen to 118 Eliza Anderson both of this late Miss Belli e Hendrickson Messrs E W Haker and A K Hendrickson are attended the Institute atLaiiciutcr last week I Mrs C 0 McWhortor who has 1w41- 11iiik at her mothers at Paint Lick Kpinl 1 ftw days at home lust ctke IOH slm will MIOII lie able to he nt n uin PAN OLA Corn badly hurt Rain doing good Jim 1till Turpin preached here lct Snndiiy niaht aleh Campbell preached at Speed well inndny morning runt at tho school iionse Sunday evening V ller llenton IiIsKisterJlnllie and their cousin Bell Butner re turned to their homes in Lexington hist week after a visit of ten days to relit lives here Bert Hellion an older brother uind a flying trip tifn dav or two litter Baptist church has heel locked trainst the disciples becaufo when lln y preach they invite sinners to otlO the gnepel A clnnso in tho deed lo till church lot says the IIOUKH shall he fret fr ininlrttcrs of other nominalious to preach in The dimtploM helped build the lionso The mailer will ho carried to tho cynrts ELECTION SUGGESTIONS BY HON R C TALBOir Novel SuHggcslion For The Consideration ol All Voters Ol All Political Parties The voters of all political paryes wiil find something to iiiiimt them in the lollowini article which we copy fnuu the Bourbon Newt PAUIS KYJuly8 1S09 Relative to the subject of poliliial conventions nt present of inure thnn onlinary inttrist h1I0t dispeiifo with primary elections cotiventiuiis and preliminary nominations for olhlcu f The following method of attaining thuS cud lies occnrnd to rue nnd its hearty eiidorpenuut by those to whom I have mentioned it in private is m reason for making it public if it ap pears to meet the approval of the peo lIe generally tlio next Legislature may be asked to take some action on this subject Without holding any primary dee lion or convention let the nnmeH of all candidates for each ofilce be placed on the ballots at the geneial election Tlie Democratic ticket for each office on the ballot can embrace tho names of all who wish to run on that IIket and to of all other political patties A stencil murk opposite the of any nmdi datc would indicato aa now thr voters choice fur that lice That one of the Democratic candidates for that ofllce who as compared with the other Demo craticcandidate for the same oflice received tile highest number of votes to be the nominee of the Demociutic party for that office So of the Itepnb licati candidates fur the samn olllce lliw onewho comptired with the uthiji Republican anulidate lor tho rattle oillie received the highorit nnmbei ol votes to he the rminlneo of tilL Uepub limn fur that ollie And orIII other political parties having candi dates riiiinhig for Ian fain ofllce Count a stencil mark pet opposite the name of any cundlditt of the Uemo cralic party for that olliiw ns a vote for tbo Ueiuocnitic ticket fur that ollice III other words the Mitn of tIle votes received by nil tile candiiltit t s I the Demornitic party for a piirticnlni otllco would be tile total l em crath vote for UiatotlScH Arrive at the total Republican vote f r the auienflice in tile tame iiytittt is take he sum of tho votes of nil tire Republican caudi mitt for that oitiie So of other political parties having camlidaes HIt lirket of that political party which cast the bighetit number or votes fir a given olfice would win the aflicc cue nominee of the winning ticket to bit the person olocted the tioinineo to bu ascerlaiuei as above indicated that is tho Demo cratic nominee for an oflice would he that one of the Democratic candidates for that ollice who as compared with the litiier Democratic cnndldaies fur tin senile itlicefretived highest uutnlHirol vifm uf every oOie each oflici st4ndint on liB own liatis Tim tiutiihei raiilidattH would not effect the fair rita tat tIt pluii If there uettt three Democratic candiitates for the oflice ritiiUiwn epiiblican cainltdiites fur the saino nlfice the voles for Iho three Ddinocnitiu it iundhlutea added togel her would repretHitit tlit Demotratic vote for that onVe and thn oilS fur the tAo Uepnliliciin imndidHUs ndile to gether would rejirewMit the Hepublican v to for i lint oilico Iho political parly wiMin tlio Jnrter volt fur that olfice gaining itiIUltl that ciin iilHte on the winning to rtcelvo the oflice who hRs the mst votes ns compHfed witlrhw other candidateKof the slum imrty fur the Baine oQictj In other word thai nomination an election would be simultaneous Every voter could find among candi dates of his party some otie 10 his ilk ing and in taking together the votes of all the candidates air a party for an oflice its the criterion of that partys vote for that oflice you would be civ ing credit fgr the full strengtb of that jmrlY While tInder sucii aavsteni in ddentjilly the real choice of tho Vow lf each party would b0 their notnl net still better all floction wonld mepiinn pntraimneled contest be chIIDploniDpdllI princlptes to flMUilte direction ant control of ptibllcairairV rjither than at now largely a pemonal struggle IK twcen individuals who tiave been pre vioiislv nominated the varfoui parties ruraprtiC11rnrpmc Jn tUi connection I will iitl tliRt Kothinj herein would paveivtati iiKtependea r canhidacy iaota4la4iiier tf iMJpop- iihf1 of Itlia fHtlJ1jr upu tb- iaiaeRiofotay r71 f j 0 1t l J rtlvocate Upon the whole the advan Isgai tif this plan nro ninnv and mav be easily itiilicHlwl hut the Mil jct being iew these questions arise FirstAn j tluro any latent disad vantiiges that woald coiuiterhabince the liivlllltiIgr Second Are such advantages as nay be pointedout wtthont remndv- Thinl Votdil any constiiutionhl auieiidment required 7 ROUT O TALBOTT RELIGIOUS Taylorsville dispatch in Enquirer JnlviS Pastor Itooth held services at his little church hero last Wednesday night at the requeht nf his flick in oninr to ask Divine aid in brOakiiig Ie ilrou hc vihiih was then pareiinjj up all growing Vegetation throughout hq eiiunty ami CAtisiiiK much FutTeriii xiiiong the mock There Were many iit the few dajs following who poked fun at the good man but ho never wavered in his belief that the invocation would lot unsweied Last night a thin rain fall began which if not ruining by reason of bin supplication aral only in tliH tinier of ihinu is a Godsend and will avert amost a total low to the growing cMijia throughout Spencer county However the rain arrived too late lo save a great teal of tile early isirn croji wbicli WII s too badly scorched to be saved The la1tL and his fiieiidsare jiihh hauL t PLAIN TRUTH Told About Mr McKlnleys War bya Hongkong Newspaper There can be no possible room for doubt IntL the A tisericans t ultimate ly guilt tile day in this Philippines lint iho pieMint attitude of the Fill piulI leads olir to believe that it will only be rained Iy H war of txHTinii lltiun And the question nl1lnrallIIristA us to Whether the CNtahlishineiit of American rule thronuhonl tho islands is worth Hitch sit expensive prim also yhether Hie etid to be gxinwl would justify the means The United Suites we are told II nov busily brinuing the blessings of1 ii free and repnbliian government to the Filipinos At least that is supposed to elite reason fur subduing tue Philip iiints Itnt the f jJlpinoslappamnlly dar not want to be lilerate any more than lucy have been suit are quite ready and willing to look after themselves and to dispense with the aid uf the United States except as a protecting power If all that the Americans aim at is lie establishment of an independent government upder tie proteutioi of the In ted States it does not appear to lie Ihatft is worth while lo waste such a large amount of money and Mich hun dreds of lives in fighting thn people whom they uro apparently so anxious to IK friend It would be far cheaper suit we believe fur more satisfactory to a veiy isrge proportion of the people of the Jotted Mates were honorable terms tirranued with the Filipinos and this war which can certainly bringno glory to the American nation brought to a satisfactory close As we have frequently pointed out the whole blame for tho present situa tion in the Pnilippines is attributable to the total lack of policy displayed by the Americans from the lust They lid not know their own minds and al lowed the Fi i pin os to Sea this plainly that wonder then that the Filipino should mistrust them tItus 1 Fiis Aguinaldo was to be treated in the trustt d ally of tho Americans mid lie was to treated Then at rived ho uiian luau troop ami the Fthpini were ignored Next the Filipinos were nut olTeruil any opportunity of express ing their views on the future of their oountrv prior to the ratification of the peace treaty with Spain und of all that followed we arH only too well xwarc- Tlie Ameriiaiih have all cilong made the mistake of lix king upon the Fi ipimw as Kavairen and treating them as urlijiiil now it Is too late to mend natters At the mmmencement of the Span ishAnieriraitWar the Americans had tlllrlll1 aul respect of the Filipinos and very small modicum of considera tion and diplomacy would have enabled them to have retained those friendly eelinin said to liuve been t day in peaceful occupation of the country- It must upt bo thouglit thud ve fire ant gouistiu to tho American cause Such is not tint case bit wo naixt 4Iav and say plainly that we fir1m ryio Fee that instead of the Filipinos bcing in trod need to tile benefits of peace ami a just and civilized form of government they lire now likely to iii rtirted by a war extermination nand 1111on hc count of llm buiiKling and mismanage ment of certain officials of the United plates Had matters heel left in the hands of Admiral Dewey we do nut for a mo tnnnt believe that things would have come to such a prtVri Ilis upright sailors nature wonldliave guhed him aright liut when umtters lire dealt with by Consuls and diplomat fnts who are far from the scene of Hctiou and have no knowledge of the nainirv or people to be dealt with thvn disaster is only too frequently the Jesuit a nl fairs lu the liIllpllles Iwye blmwr Hpugkonjy Telegraph A New York paper tellh the follow lug gvdsturv rm e Oliitor C r Blnckburn Upon i iiociiiil n Mlwk burn aud his then colleague rfenuloi neck now dnad pent an livening to gether Tiiey hlhhvith them ConneI FTrigjr of Kichmniid and John Kan dolph Tucker of Virjjinirt Mr Tuck er was then well Ad vainrid hi years atn it was decided when the hour fur goir homo arrived that thor whole party would fakeTuckerliouiiB Thoy rekrJiei the Tuckor resjilenco nil riuftrnnc wore engagedin n animalod if stiiiie yrhatuuicte jiglbie discussion in fron pf the house Just then ji wiriilow opened anil a fenwlu voIce exclaimed This i8Mr TdckersV liiiiise Always rourleoiis Blickbnrn took off hi hfttwltbon61lid wllllh li1lltII tias arm nf one of hiscdinpHiiJuiiH wjti the othsr and saljii 4e know thin very wall Mrs fTjspker but wont yoi pleasa cunie ilowa anl pirfe Ijfitr out 1EverytbbIgaowuiidQrtIrusltlr tlJ- ilbelMlOl ttUI Liii 5tIUai 31opi 8hl Jtr Jli jH 12 b J c qyr 0011 it1 Long belayed Funeral Our ePtePined contemporary the npmit Spring Kstiil county Times Is authority fur the Matement tlutt thin funeral of Undo Billy Martin df ceaseil will boprearirerf tat the old place near Ihe month of Lnlbegrnd creek Tuesday August 16th just one year to a day after his deattt This waM hits request Uevs V B Daughe tee and D P Vftre wilt conduct the rlarices A Popular Welding 7rlpi If you want a delightful wedding trip whore you are not likely to meet ittmaiulauces take one of tlieD0h- ew steel passenger steamers t61hl Maud of Cool Breezes Staterooms and 1aifnm reserved thirty days i1 advance iid two cent stamp fur ihItisi mated pamphlet Adlrans A A bcuANTH o HA I U DETROIT Mint miav3ltf Cheap Excursion lo Old Point Comfort The Chesapeake utah Ohio Railway will run its second excursion to Old Point Comfort Va on TnwUiy July L5th Ticket will he S15 for tilt rained trip going on Imth morn jug and evening regular trains and cmd returning 21 days Stop overs will he granted nt any station east of Ja nawha lalls on return trip Old Point Comfort oilers more attractions this year than ever before JToini the1IIt1 prominent Naval base during our war with Spain it it finding that time raptured ships and trophies should lie drought there A number oL our ves Kiditare now at Norfolk Naw Yard No other trip oilers such a diversity of pleasures mountains eadiore rivers anti ocean as hoes a trip to Old Point Comfort Send in your at once for sleeping eRr roervatiniis lEO V lUKXE- VTtv las Aiiont lexiiiron Kv CONSTANT ACTIVITY is seen in every depirtment of Tne Ri hmonQLun r1 and the new experience Rained daily in handling the wprk of hundreds of cus tomers enables us to glvgrcater satis lion to all Tliere is no branch of the work whicji dots not receive full attention and the excellence of the work is proof of our Systemf SrEAM LAUNDRY STILL SPRINGS White Sulphur and Chalybeate Pleasure and Health Resort OPEN J lf ISt T jijBBR 1st On the R N 1 B ttailroadand the Kentucky Kiver in the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery Tim White Sulphur in nupccific for tikin mind kidney troubles the Ulialleattt mitnrus tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house fbtr lurtlier particulars address JiM T m Pro r inajSllra IRVINE KY SOUTHERN RfllLHfly IX ICEKTUCKV ScbmlDle In effect June 11 1800 BASTDOCND Ka L N a Na 3 74pOAr9pnArAT Leilnzton iai5am 715pm taSipn aTvl37allMAr Slielbyrllle VlSim OOipml dlian fta1JUSBUNo lXNo It sTATtp fCrNX tifNo U i63pmI111PIl1IDLtTDO tnMT ui a t IfTTIO hI ipat3praPII1lfJml1Ilf7pmtr5pni Ar GeraLn Ixt iSum3aapuEA- STI4OL5p WISTBOUHD W x liINa 41 BTATIOKS itKo RtXo S 7XmnlaamIlu2umi r3plIIAr NIcMvill AM ASSam X55pn topnlarmaihTATiosL Nix Na 3 74ipaArAr 1noxville7aopin 7 iaan LlOpnAtAr Jacksonville Ar cnnttanooga Z 62Sa ij 1I45amlllOattArLv cbaliHCooea saopril aL4a i tJ3lbnArAr New Orleans ttUiim Trains No S 5 and 6 between toul Tlll end Islington cirrr Free Observation Chal Cars wiitSTllnnInlflJmTromChiitianooKa to Atlanta Macon and Jockson 1Ile t cirbetwPOn1 t1eeperviaCowmbia SavanoahJiDi2 JMknonrUle betwnOthrtrinaraLatiyI iextrflcinC Ky ISOANt11I3I1 E GII JF X WM1tUIgtotiucwWaidN DC Iy-j fd rftdi a Eigt Doo at Dnt Pri o Never before have such goods been displayed in llichmond as cnn be found at my place of business oe = ==c LBedroom Suites Dressers Rockers and in fact everything to be found in a First IA3t Class Furniture House These roods sIy1eexceptiona1t r You have horse sense Then dont be a don key and go pay out SGO or 70 for a ma I1eluiie when you can buy one for half fe You can get a machine like g the above cut with which we will give Gguarantee for kl 20 f2 8 2L O LThesemachines will be sold for r or monthly payments Any 4thing to please our customers 4 4 Qovc a 5ee k em SJ NEVILLE MOBERL- YIS TT Main Street r1NaGHTPHONE23 BEAUMONT 0LLEC Strongeit 5oatbern flrl Pchoot Cnrricnlnm penile Id fMentliln the per of njrrlpp Klwi BHttiryftit DlredoIILOuo withrunt extra clargs firing lliwlc Director Grail Roy Cut of flait Iunlrh 8 rbattan1aiegIn Art irii Elotiillon 001131 acres untnrrnxI In Anirrln for l nntr tlo Indent liars reCreated nnrc than Stats UfflufJ hums Numtur limited Term reaOnabie Til SMITH A Jl Pies Alumlnm of Unit ot V- mJlylZSw SEND ONE DOLLAR SJMJHfjlTllala too UraorralMM wll4jratkU rilalUilT C 0 D ICBJSCT XUIIHitlUI rXlWti at J fri ki drp4t aa If f nBrccTtrunsrACToiir EQCALTO ncociis nUT JUCTiuiTtcaoo u tiaOaa4 IAR34ID tiLl SAV 7 tvfraitki act OUR SPECIAL PRICE S3390and freight charges lesi the 1100 sent wIlls order WE MAKE THIS TOP BUGGY Mocno rrACTOlTIf cncieorrom tattu IDatorfal thall molt nksr put In TOO 1JB tJd For 1890 5dy tliM from the licit TbU tiuarr Can tii1t1ltberteed equal to any U unbiirrworkBodjrhlaeuGeariarfciConr u Lu vtItaI53hDCICHICAGO iLL aprSfira A Treatment That Cures Cancer Wo Plaster No Paste No Cutting No Sufiering No Detention Frqni Business No Danger No failures and No Pay- Unless Cured The KuriteonV knif nnd httrninj plasters and tIme liorrihle erndij inetlioib IwrllIIrre eUlplIPI iu Itn nltII11Jft curs lIIlcer has been reveriispIactsl l tilt idvriituiDr KexwItrV Now Suritin niijl Aute Ptit Ilitial trI 1Iltmt Itijp dtemvury wiiiks a era in inidUsiI Hfjtlire atid suirnrers from Catiiorf Ltiourx IJifOrsriiiiion4 iiiitro and Kjstttlti cant he ciired Nvitlmut tho h0rritif tortUrn atieinliti thin qoiick pilaf i uoiMitt nieihivls in vogue for n century OVH fifty wisll tlttitiuatrLsP withontii faihuia t in the oviilencfl to prove the ol this important iiiediiul dihcovury Tliih new tOll ii cut is the result of thnr OUKI Mlriillllt if tuiiJl iiunt diwatfH Mild Fs Inasaiitit tlit niopt ri id KIUII tiiic pp juiCiiiitSFEMALE DISEASES Dr KcsrtMiir htilds Kold inedais fruin lenduK medical colleges for proficiency in uhisitaes air xvonjen and for tho till t iry e IH hall coutinud his practicH to fer male Hiilfurem UiSt iiiacaivarica oCr CHilI inlt for Mie dire of tnollfenautdisiiises is line KI gretI ucrcilio ad SiiiiHrof tIre Womb pnd leiuale hreant A well equipped Nuinnriniu is employed l y him at tOO Court street where his entire nine is tleyutnj to female sttih rMri aillil nuligiiant iHseaje If tuireriny frjiili any tll Clll e ivoiiliur to wotiiin or nny manner of tualicnant growth or sore yritc a full and coiirUestuteiiient of v ailir tithe and gut an honest expert pinion tree Junta can tie tii de At home AiitlressS11O8 Be f 106 Court Street Memphis Teun n 1t J4 iIU- oridaIiavana li ISoJ j t ilnsr finest In the South Cincinnati toInv trlfre Queen and Crescent c ijiu3is tt H connections to Tampa 1JzirA fr TCamvJit1 fast Steamer Service SanttazonJI n re 1 xr tSPc ttt 5 h detail Fast sher eha1hotrs to Jacksome- ab fi iio hicU ol t1u ClncrlI1 Vlrt l a iJ tf 4LTvitIL t p tj vtACU 1iICt == ra l 4t1 T A r aEaRt IICI xf 1 1 i r Jf t I j1 IIIJ7 r i t wfiWiIeSUPPLEMENT 1r iit I JrllilJU Fill The House with iROCERIES from our stock mid every cent expended in their pnrilniM will prove to he well spent Quility is the mainstay of onr busi ness Wo never let that deteriorate- Prices may vary with the markets fluctuations but wo make the brat deals possible and give our customers the benefits of all advantages obtained Yours for cashIIE Deatherage Co 1 NOTICE All person purchasing anyprcxlact rmiseil aa the farm ot the uu eralltne are hereby warned to me and uo other elltatlYft of SfnmiiyforiaatnejIyIO4wii= I and Cals ad and we SaSEHO US ORE DOLLAR ndyu this ILjM ptIia Ittlkmtr HillruOK tr rreigtit COD sabjfrt to inmtnatmn jaSyour riTifni depot sad It found perfect- iiiafictoryd bur BAR uilt you ever or hfnlofpay the UoIITJ leu th ocl rtr u N u II 4 IIJ w HACME L BIRD i il1JiixIll and rrd bt 110 rba oc noe 0 s 0 tpi4Zs fl4d toanl tpiIrun un jIaree heavy lliiioin crate t 4 i7Vllanrr h iIlined oisu door hano nickt pltitd iriuinientnilons and crtuiulny nlr trv sleep nuo htuShh III tft4 molro y Lwsr Me IMI itE r nbInli a ieIfert turner tit IKM RiIDI1 tl HitH rerr wee sad ptaj ii git trerr saoafYturOietfltiOi mr tear woutil rltiinrr jM51 ftr ftwn f thr r iriiftc uiiy ujui rIcmllalu f IUMI ALive Il1SEARSROEEUCKLCOdJCItCLCILL r tICIIen ftbrk k c a le rlIabte4itsr Ifapf5Cm Horse Siwwr FAIR AND CARNVALI csLI 41- The GrwUest ever kiotvi ill I dDatesAT i cCAht1 lrttlit One Fare Honnd Trip from alt i rims Kentiirky ii tin iQUEi c5c CRESCENT t H ROUTE Ask Ticket Agent for pirticid RtntAmoti G r a II u tow Rata Erign To Chautauqua N Yt July28 Via Jnorn Ornsrpiit Ilonfp Kriu II H a tot UikKoiir Ia itt fri ChllIlInli I jnat opiMirtnnity to visit liin ltitinl fail ctiiuationril till ctiiniwr renort Ask agents for full pnrtirnlHrn 1a I ALIVE Ibo vc 135Ioti IOVLS AVe arcnow oitwirijryou 20 per eentun nnottfth oilon yerJthjl1 in ur f very jai gestoclc of Wall rt Japerfrom oe jier holt on upil1 pripe Mid Summer Prices f On everything in our line V Get prices from all th0 cities then get ours fill YOt will see ours will be the lowest IWe Imndlo otltinpbnttliob6stfrades make taorder alt kinds of IWt in any color We make to Iall kinMs of Win low Shades fvvl We niake to order nil kinds of r Picture Frtrooii Wall Paper Paints Oils Varnish Brushes Glass eto Stock the largest rind prices al ways thelowest QIM1 WILL IiG ff IMS TlUCHMOXD KY Dissolution Notice Tim firm of BlRMrataft i OWh ra lies been dlllVed by ruueull consent Mr Jt E L lilKRerstatf retiring Alt knpwirc themselves 1nd Jtel to us I1il call aiid tat one AocpunU not settled by August iwill be pUced with a collector We netd tbt money and the old builncsj toast be cloud u p lYmona having accounts kgatlnst Ufo olil Orr air the IndWMnal members will present Nome at4oilCe for p5aaislit 1L utaOERPtPf w s vJlsS3aliWw ft j1 f ti VC k ii w I 1r Twirw inr I II f j I 1 rt r WIT AND WISDOM Uuilertftker Busy Second Un dertaker Rushed to death Judge By being good to others you will be best to ourleICL A W Bulletin There are just as many seconds In a 3 rspare moment as there arc in a full one Chicago Daily News t Were you on the firingline during the war Yes I was one of the cools Yonkers Statesman May Therell be a lot of men dlsap pointed when 1 marry l EdithYou surely arent going tQ marry more than t one are youTown Topics The river of life is n navigable stream r which congress doesnt appropriate 1 much for the improvement of parucIularDetroit Ikenstein Oh veil I am holdting my own anyhow Swindlebaum Vat does dot amoundt to Yen you to holdin oder peoples own den ityoucan pcgin to prngLlCe lloexSt c that little chap over there He doesnt look like a celebri ty and yet his name is in everyones mouth ToaxSo Who Is he Ioax9Vhy his names Mohler Philadelphia Record City liditorMr Strong has beenI in today and he had murder eye How in time lid you come to speak of Mrs Strongs alleged hus band in that paragraph about her ac cident J Freshrllid it to steer clear of a libel suit You know you told me always to say alleged thief al leged murderer and that sort of thing Boston Transcript THE FLORIDA GOPHER It Is o Turtle anti Live In the Ground With Itnttleinakea nod Llxnrtl The most interesting creature I ever saw in Florida said a New York man who spent the winter there was the burrowing turtle This turtle is pe culiar to Florida and it is an important factor in the domestic economy of the cracker population for the Florida cracker dotes on the gopher thats what they call this burrowing turtle and thinks it is the finest thing in the edible line that ever existed I couldnt ngmi with him on that though for I didnt approve of the company the gopher is in tin habit of keeping and I cant see how anything can be real good anti keep bad company The gopher dip a deep hole and a large one in the ground and remains in it all the time except when out grazing for this reptile is a grazer and pastures just like a anthlnbtle vicinity of water and selects the high dry sandy ridges for its home Its cracker neighbors say that it never drinks water which would also be a habitual characteristic of the cracker if he could always get something stronger than water Another thing that induces the goplier to dig its burrow out of the reach of water is that in those dry and sandy places the rattlesnake and vari OIlS kinds of hideouslooking lizards t are most plentiful and the gopher is never happy unless its burrow is shared by a colony of either one or the other of these if not of both Find a gopher hole and uncover it nnd you willbe mire to find from halt a dozen to a dozen or more rattlesnakes and maybe 15 or SO licards of various sizes and colors and degrees of ugliness occupying it with ite proprietor The gopher plainly loves the companionship of these dead ly things although it is itself as meek and harmless as a dove No dweller in those parts of Florida ever goes anywhere about without a bar slung over his or her shoulder This is to pUt gophers in as some are pretty sure to be found pasturing in the wild graM patches The moment a gopher is surprised by a person with a bag it Shuts itself securely in its shell and the cracker picks It up and tumbles it into the bag The gopher is likewise trapped by digging a holt close to the entrance of its burrow and sinking a barrel or box into it and covering the trap with looae twigs When tin gopher comes out and starts on a foraging trip it tumbles into the trap and cant get out What terrapin are to the highliving epicure the gopher is to the Florida urwker The gopher deposits from 86 to 100 green eggs in a hole in the sHad and if the cracker does not un ewrth them and add them to his bill of fare which is his habit the eggs will willJa a t I ling in all directions to hide away from hawks anti other birds of prey which are particularly fond of the little rep ties and keep the future colony of gophers within bounllsX Y Sun Cruel ed Women The Elder Dempster liner Sobo which Opeiby the troops of the Niger coast protcc toruti As the expedition marched through the country signs of fetish worship and human sacrifices were everywhere seen At AllarKket one of fleer counted no fewer than six human beings who had been either cru otherI14were women One of the most revolt ing sights was the body of a poor wom who had been tied to a tree in such 1anway as to inflict great pain She had I been starved to death but a quantity of food was still before the dead body hav ing been placed in the poor creatures I eight to add to her torments The white officers told the chiefs and people that they must abolish such customs The expedition had a marvelous effect in restoring the whole country to order and peace by destroying the power of the fetish Quae tibe They have for years been a most ferocious people the women being as cruel as the menLon don Daily News American Heraldry A foreigner coming into England is amenable to the laws of honor of his own country and the authorities controlling I them in that country so long as J he retains his original nationality Those foreign laws and the laws of armorial registration and control vary considerably but there is one funda mental code which is now and has been for tome centuries admitted practically from one end of Europe to the other With countries outside Europe one need not trouble American heraldry is be iineath contempt I do not refer to the armory of American scions of English families and the barbaric totemism of rsemicivilized countries though the origin of our own heraldry is hardly sufllclently evolved to be considered as armory The one fundamental Eu ropean rule is thisthat arias are a I matter of honor and that the confer ring of honor and honors is a preroga tive of sovereignty Notes and Queries jRfTcct of Diet on Dlnpoiltlon Sonic hold to the idea c that a childs disposition is largely gov erned by his diet citing the gentleness of the riceeating races against the t i quarreling of meateating children in proof While this mayor may not be true it is certain that wholesome food i reacts to produce n wholesome tempera ment Pork and pie says an old loc tor is as pernicious as original sin which is putting it with forcible if blunt philosophy Chicago Chronicle The Ilench and tbe Unr Judge Your face is familiar Ive f seen you before I 1risoner Yes your honor quite often Ah What was the charge the last 4 time I saw you I think 1t was 15 cents your honor A I mixed a cocktail for you I bcliereC Catholic Standard and Times 4 Richmond Volt August 12 3 If V HORSE CLIPPING Don Kovradny IB Far Quicker Time Than Formerly rind at Much Lci Cost In the old days with comb and shears it took a man eight hours to clip a horse and he had to be an expert to do it in that time With the introduction of the hand clipper such as is used for clipping mens hair into this use the time required for clipping a horse Was reduced to half a day Later these clip pers came to be operated with hand power by use of a crank and then the time required for clipping horse was still further reduced In one of these handpower clippers the clipper Is attached to the end of a flexible shaft which is made up of short lengths of steel wire linked together like a chain To Keep this flexible shaft from kinking and twisting when It is turned it is incased and carried in a flexible tubing The shaft Is made to turn by attaching one end of it to the axle of a wheel which is turned by means of a belt from it to another wheel which is turned bya crank These wheels are supported the larger one to which the crank is attached on a standard resting on the floor the smaller one to which the flexible shaft is attached at the end of an arm supported by the standard Turning the wheel turns the flexible shaft within its flexible tubing The shaft is at tached to the clipper with an eccentric When the shaft turns the eccentric works the clipper just as an ordinary clipper with handles would be worked by hand only many times faster The operator simply holds the clipper and guides it over the surface to be clipped Nowadays this sort of clipper Is oper ated also by machine power a gas engine being used for this purpose and with power clippers horses are clipped in less time still In a horseclipping establishment where machine power is used the gas engine is belted to a shafting made fast to the ceiling from which the power is transmitted by belts to two pulleys one on either side of the room attached to the ceiling by hangers in the usual manner Hanging from each of these pul leys is a long flexible shaft within its flexible casing with a clipper at the end These flexible shafts the tubes that Inclose them being an inch or two in diameter and about as flexible as rope or hose of like she would be are each perhaps eight to ten feet or more in length long enough to enable the operator to go all over one side of the horse with the clipper hanging on that side without shifting the animals po sition The operator throws the clipper on whichever side he starts into gear at its pulley and begins work with it When he has finished one side of a horse he shuts off the power from the clipper used on that side and goes around on the other side throws that clipper into gear awl with that clipper begins on that side of the horse How long it takes to clip a horse now depends very much on the horse The majority of horses tike kindly to clipping but some do not If a horse doesnt like to be clipped it may take hours to clip him but ordinarily in these days with power clippers and the horse willing the clipping is done in 40 minutes to an hour A Jiorse has been clipped in 24 minutes but probably about an hour would be the time usual y required In the old days it cost 20 030 to get a horse clipped it Is done nowadays for two dollars and fifty cents to three dollars X Y Sun MALAYAN TRAITS Principal Point of Character of the Philippine Iilandera Are Ig norance ned Cruelty The Malay race is impassive reserved and even bashful so that until one knows the race better one can scarcely credit his bloodthirsty reputation The Malay is entirely undemonstrative If he has any feelings of surprise he never shows them Perhaps he experiences none no matter how wonderful the sight which meets his gaze lIe is clow and deliberate in speech and circumlocutory in introducing a subject to be discussed Even the children and omen are timid and scream at the sight of a European while in the presence of the men they are silent and taciturn Even when alone the Malay neither talks nor sings in this respect differing much from the Papuan who has all the negro traits of chattering and singing to himself for company Over pay a Malay for some trifle and his countenance betrays no sign of emotion a Papuan will be grave for a moment out of perfect astonishment at the mistake made and then burst into peals of grinning laughter while he bends in two and finally rQlls on the ground in ccstacies of merriment The Malays when in companyin a canoe chant a plaintive monotonous song at other times they are silent The Malay is cautious of giving offense to anyone and accordingly will hesitate to quarrel about money matters and rather aban don a just debt due to him than run the risk of a feud jvlth his equals In his ordinary life he is as impassive as the typical Scot and as fond of the nil odmirar line of conduct as the American Indian though unlike him the Malay docs not dissemble his feel ings or play a part He has really lit tie if any appreciation of humor and does not understand a practical jest To all breaches of etiquette he is very sensitive and equally jealous of any interference with his own or anyone elses liberty To such an extent does he carry this idea that a Malay servant will hesitate to waken another even his own master though told to do so The highest classes are exceedingly polite possessing all the repose and quiet dignity of the bestbred Euro peans There is however another side to the character of the Malay He is reckless cruel and careless of human life possesses but a poor intellect and has neither taste for knowledge nor any indigenous civilization Cincin nati Enquirer The nrakeman nnd the Drummer The brakeman opened the door with a bang then he opened his mouth and this is what the passengers heard Aw wow rah ugh I beg your pardon said the fat drummer timidly but would you mind repeating that I didnt quite catch it Very stupid of me of course but the fact is I was thinking of something else The brakeman glared at the drummer for a moment and then roared out againAw wow wah ugh Thank you said the drummer I was not quite sure the first time whether you said Aw wow wah ugh or Dm rah rah whoop Now I understand you perfeetlyN Y Journal Jonah VaaShnt IB The superintendent of a city Sunday school was making an appeal for a col lection for a Shutin society and he saidCan any boy or girl tell me of nay shutIn person mentioned in the Bible Ah I see several hands raised That is good This little boy right Jn front of me Speak up good and loud so that nil will hear you Johnnie Jonah shrieked Johnnie Har pers Bazar All Down Mrs 13Just look George at these beautiful pillows 1 bought at todays saleMr DDut really my dear I think we have plenty of pillows now Oh but I couldnt resist buying these they were all marked down Chicago Evening News jMttK Sentence Long sentences neverworry a rendei as much as they do a criminal Chica go Daily News 8trestFLr Iusicy rMratag W J JrJ ti SHE WORE DOG LICENSE Became the Chilly Metal Dave tile Dainty Deglet Diaz a Cold la the Cheitlet A few afternoons ago a tall young woman very smartly arrayed and with an uncommonly large and varied as sortment of clinking chatelaine articles attached to an amethystencrusted gilt belt strolled down uptown Seventeenth street closely followed by a tiny shiv coring cringing Chihuahua dog The dog was collarless but wore a belt harness trimmed with cerise ribbon lie did not permit himself to be left more than two feet tothe rear of his mistress heels At one of the corners there was a sudden rattle and a caged wagon drew up alongside the curb at the point where the young woman nnd her dog were walking A big black dog catchr sprang from the rear of the caged wagon and In a trifle less than no time thft pampered little Mexican dog was whimperingly struggling in the meshes of the dog catchers net The dogcatcher transferred the whining brute from the net to the wagon where a lot of Jirge coarse common dogs were already sullenly established The young woman owner of the captured Chihuahua viewed the proceed ings with all the coolness in life She adjusted her eyeglasses carefully and looked the dog catcher over from head to foot Then she examined the plebeian dogs in the wagon The dog catcher didnt know what to make of her conduct He expected her to be come hysterical and to frantically de mand the return of her pet But there didnt appear to be any hysteric in her She walked up to the dog catcher What do you think you are going to do with that dog of mine she inquired of him in the most matteroffact tone imaginableAhs swiped him miss codin t law replied the dog catcher What forasked the young woman Cause deyaint no license on him replied the dog catcher Is that so said the tall young woman quietly Well you can just pass that pup back to me He has been licensed Ahd laik tuh tek yo wud foe dat missy but ah loan see no tag an Its de law but You can look at It now replied the captured pups mistress unsnapping one of the clinking articles from her chatelaine belt It was among the first of the years issue asyouIl see by the number I wear it myself because the chilly metal gives Dlaz a cold in the chestIgrinned sheepishly and reached in and handed out the moaning Chihuahua to its mistressts ear rins nex said the dog catcher to the driver of the wagon as the young woman and the ratlike pup disappeared around the corner Washington Post HANDY FOR HOUSEWIVES Plctornl Lnhel for Fruit Jnrn nnd- Ireierren Are the lnlrnt- oveltlci All sorts of laborsaving devices and arrangements are now being brought out for the convenience of the busy woman of today Among the most re cent and really helpful of these may be reckoned the pictorial label which is destined to take the place of the hand written libels which used to distinguish the different preserves and jellies stored in the fruit closet from each other and which took so long to prepare Many a weary busy hurried housekeeper will bless the pictorial label this summer and 10 will many a vacationhungry boyI or girl who in other seasons has beenI pressed unwillingly into the service ol writing out fruit labels The pictorial label is simplicity it self The colored representation of the fruit indicated explains its object and purpose alone There is nothing to confuse the eye of the housekeeper ds she runs over the shelves of her pre serve closet in search of a particular fruit Some of the designs show evi dence of a high degree of artistic merit as well The labels can be used but once but they may be purchased very cheaply and come all gummed and ready to attach It Is safe to say that many a progressive and welloccupied Chicago housekeeper will mifiie liberal use of them this year and the fact that the fruits which they distinguish may be recognized much more quickly and readily by means of their aid than with that of the oldtime written label con stitutes no insignificant point in their favor Chicago TimesHerald Stow to Doll Clothe The purpose of boiling clothes is to expand the fabrics by steam and thus to loosen the dirt apd allow it to drop out there is no good but actual harm derived from cooking the clothes they do not require cooking but cleansing and when they are cleansed that is sufficient Hence within half an hour after the water first begins to bubble they should bejmmediately re moved and plunged into clear cold water While the clothes are boiling they may be turned with a clothes stick but must not be punched or lifted In such a manner as to tear them The common custom in many households of putting the second bollerful of clothes into the boiling dirtied water from which the first boilerful has been taken Is wholly opposed to good laundry work When the cook wishes to keep thejuice in the meat that is to be cooked by boiling she plunges it into boiling water When she wishes to extract the juices and have them in the water for soup etc sIte puts the meat on in cold water If you wish to get the dirt out of the clothes instead of driving It into the fiber put the clothes on In cold water and do not allow them to remain in the boiling water soiled by uleni Lilt tUCY ne uytu Jr Curuwoman Carned by Economy Thehonest wife or daughter who con ducts the household in an economical and systematic way earns money that Is rarely credited to her Probably the only way to make this appear evident in some households is to run the household on the best plan possible and charge the costs up just as if no special stress to save had bin made Then every time anything is actually saved through foresight and labor let the money represented by the economy be put aside At the endof a year this sum will amount to quite a little and it can be spread out then on the family ledger to represent the profits of econ omy Every green vegetable for the table raised by the housewife in the kitchen garden or the eggs collected from the hens should go into this econ omy fund qfter the cost of seeds and feed for the chickens has been deduct ed A set of economy books kpt in this way will yield a great amount of pleasure and instruction It may also open the eyes of some other members of the household to the actual money value of a womans work in the home The Voice Spanlih Itnreblt A Spanish rarebit differs from the familiar Welsh sort chiefly in theuso of an onion Mrs Lincolns recipe calls for a large Spanish onion to be peeled sliced scalded for five minutes and drained Then Into a chafing dish are put a tablespoonful of butter and the sliced onion browned for ten minutes over the flame before a half cupful of milk and a cupful of crumbled mild cheese are stirred In Season well with stalL and pepper Just before serving ndd a beaten egg Into which two table spoonfuls of cream kave been stirred K Y rost- ZL1aod Fair A 129 A j tht tIJ PERSONAL AND LITERARY Queen Henriette of Belgium takes a daily drive of ten miles Admiral Dewey says the first bit of fictton he ever read was Robinson CrusoeSalt herring is Paul Krugers favor lie delicacy He eats it at least once each day The mayor of Hays City lan is only 22 years old the president of the coun ell Is 22 and the oldest man in the municipal government is 29 TIV Chambers when not writing books gives his time to many fads 3Ie collects butterflies designs uniforms and keeps up his painting Senator Chandler of New lIamp shire besides writing most of the edi torials in the Concord lonltor reads a good deal of copy and makes up the paper on his managing editors day off Mrs Charles Havemeyer wife of the sugar magnate is feature for feature an exact counterpart of the beautiful duchess of Portland and Lady Curzon vicereine of India is the double of the empress of Russia The convicts of Sing Sing N Y have started under the wardens supervi sion a biweekly journal the Star of Mope But there is said to be only one newspaper man among the many hundred prisoners there Itcv Dr W II P Faunce the new president of Brown university is an allround man rather than a special 1st his characteristics being more lit crary than scientific Dr Faunce is only 41 years old but already has a splendidly selected library of nearly 0000 volumes AUTOMATIC COUPLERS Tile Flr t Invention Itn Inventor and Others Were Overwhelmed lu Ruin The idea of a selflocking coupler suggested itself to inventors many years ago and away back in 1856 or Kentuckyfarmerdevice that seemed to fill the bill to a dot It consisted of a pair of inter locking levers controlled by a very simple mechanism and the model worked like a charm McLean was satisfied he had a fortune in sight and went north to interview a certain big railroad magnate To his surprise the magnate failed to enthuse and while he admitted that the invention was a good thing he declined absolutely to have anything to do with it Of course he was proceeding on the wellknown theory that it is folly to waste money improving the service when you dont have to but the farmer couldnt grasp the idea and he bee a pilgrimage from one headquar en office to another appealing exPo- stulating and explaining the merits of his apparatus What bewildered him was that everybody freely admitted the utility of the thing but nobody would consider its adoption Finally the war came on and everything else was swept into the background for four years After peace was declared McLean be gun again confident as ever Ho had been worth 50000 or 00000 when he started and he eventually reduced him self to penury Everything went into the maw of the invention and along about 1858 he died a brokenhearted brother The coupler patent then passed into the hands of a cousin who was a merchant in Louisville When he studied the device he became an enthusiast and began a new cam paign where McLean left off To make a long story short he sunk everything he had on earth in an effort to get it adopted and finally committed suicide His lawyer took the coupler for back fees hnd inherited the hoodoo In a little while he was devoting his entire time and attention to the work of promoting and seemed continually on the verge of reaping a big fortune He kept at it until his health and re sources came to an end together and the last heard of him he was working as a clerk in Los Angeles Meanwhile the coupler had been outclassed by new devices and only a few months ago the old model was in a Chicago railway office where it had been left as a curio Strange isnt it that a really valuable anti useful inv ntion should have wrecked so manyliesN O TimesDemocrat POETIC PIUTE LEGENDS Some of Their llcanflfal Dellefa About the Moon and Stan That Indians are the true hildren of nature is illustrated in the many fan cies they hold regarding nature For instance the Piute Indians have a very peculiar way of looking at the stars that is both interesting and original They believe the sun to be the great father of the universe and that the moon is his wife All of the stars are his children and when Father Sun makes his appearance they hurry away to hide themselves as best they can for they are in very great fear of him because the stars believe that if the sun catches them he will eat them So it is that the Piute Indians believe that when the sun appears in the morning and the stars are lost to view the sun has done his best to get one of them for breakfast But just as soon as the sun goes to rest in the west in the late afternoon then the stars hurry out again for a good time with each other and their mother the moon whom they love very much indeed The moon too thinks a very great deal of her children but every month she hides her face from view and goes into mourn lug because of the stars her children which her cruel husband the sun has eatenOn this account the Piute Indians are afraid of the sun and look upon it as a most wonderful power and it is to the moon that they tell their many confidences because she is tender gen tle and beautiful just as a mother should be Venus the evening star they look upon as the bravest of all of the moons children and that is be cause every evening she is the first to come out from her hiding place as the sun sinks in t1e west As for the comets the Flutes believe them to be stars which the sun has caught but while he was eating them they in some way got away and the long tall of light which follows the comet is the stars blood floating from its body as it flies away in awful agony from its monster father the sun When the comet at last disappears then it is that the Piutes know that the sun has at last caught up with the wounded star and has devoured itNY Herald Mlcht Have Deen Worie Father illand cant work Tut tnt Thats a very serious matter for all of you my little man Yesslr but it might have been wuss Worse Why hes the breadwinner isnt he1 Yessir but It might have been mother and shes the rent nn oil nn tea nn clothes an sugar an milk nn meat winner PickMeUp Circumstance Alter Case Mrs StylesDo you suppose that bird on your bonnet ever whistled Mrs Fissanfeather Well I know I heard something whistle when it come home with the bill Yonkers States man Senseless Bacon When a man is in love every thing about looks different to him EgbertYes Its the same way when he knocks his head against gila brackettYonkers Statesman First IS Prefernblc The lse man seeks n woman vrithnn independent fortune rather thari a for tune with an independent woijaa at tucbed Chicago Daily News Trati CM trick every af twaoii j F1 L HOW HE WON HER lIe Merely had to Talk Da Inie ivltU lien Father and the PrLze AVnn IIU He was a bright young cliap and well worthy of regard even if the lather of the dearest object on earth to him who by the way is a successful insur ance man did think he wab inane in active and ineligible The girl didnt think as her father did which was A great deal of consolation ina time like that and the two young things often talked over the paternal opinion and sat up many evenings devising ways and means to secure a reversal of jufig mcnt The young man of course never saw the father on the subject but the girl was brave and whenever there was an opportunity she put in a plea for the defense At the last talk the fathechod told his daughter that the young man never would set the world on fire and she reported this along with other re marks to the young man Some days later the girl had another chance to ar gue for the defense Papa she said when the opportuj ulty offered I told Henry what you said about him the other evening I hope you did my dear lie anS swered in a tone which conveyed the idea that he meant it But I mean that particular thing you said that he never would set the world on fire I suppose he thought and no doubt said I was mistaken didnt he said the father with cutting sarcasm No pdpa he did not Indeed he responded in astonishment Im surprised that he did not assure you that he woulrtdo so as Soon as he got the chance That is what his kInd always do Harry did not He said that your making such a remark showed how poor your judgment was Well thats the same thing only drawing it a little milder No I think not papa she contin ned for Harry went on to say that you did not show ordinary business sense in offering his inability to set the world on fire as an objection to him Did that young snip say that of me said the father growing red and warm and you my daughter listened to itJYes papa she replied gently for Harry said if he did set the world on fire every insurance company in exist ence would be wiped out and you wouldnt have money enough left to buy a newspaper to read the report of the conflagration- It was a full minute before the father spoke agai- nUmerer he hesitated suppose you send that young man around to my willnyou Washington Star THOUGHT HE WAS A SPORT The Honorable Sir Hopneimteln lIe fused to Ueiient n Confiden tint Communication Hoppenstein keeps a clothing ofItore in Harlem and likes to be considered something of a sport as well Know lag his weakness his friends antI customers humor him in many ways One day n week or two ago there dropped into his place a friend who after making a purchase said solemnly Hop penstein do you want a good thing on the races I can give you tim best ever for tomorrow Did I vant lel1 I bet you Give me your word not totell any oneI bromise I dont spoke it to any podies Not to n living poul Not to a lifing soul Well come here and I will whisper iL- Elate with joy Hoppenstein chuckled when he heard the name The next day gorgeous in a flaring red tie he sought the track I been somedings of a plunger min slIf yes he asked Aha I bet so mooch as two dollars by dot horslI vas a sporty boy alretty yetArrived in the betting ring he made lila way to a bookmaker Hey mis ter he cried I bets you two dollars What on Vat on- Surewhat horse Vat horse Aha I vouldnt told you nefferVN Y Tribune HOUSEHOLD BITS Some Suggestions of Vnlne to the IIeiidi of the Domestic Department It should be remembered that the use of vaseline is freely advised both for baldness und to increase the growth of eyebrows and eyelashes the inference is obvious therefore that its use on the face would have a roughening if not an actual hairproducing effect A pure cold cream got from a reliable drug gist or made from any one of the many good formulas that may be obtained is almost the only salve or pomade that should be freely used upon the face An accessory to the nursery outfit whose convenience not all mothers have yet discovered are the sponge bowls of French pottery prettily decorated with quaint figures specially in tended to please baby eyqs These bowls are divided into compartments for hot anti cold water and are set usually in a little wicker standard that is easily brought to the mothers side when the childs sponge bath is to be given- A package of gum camphor is a gol thing to slip in ones trunk in summer It is a hint from an Adirondack guide that a small piece of the gum about the size of a walnut burned over a candle so as to produce smoke but not ilame will drive away for that night at least all mosquitoes in and bout ones apartment N Y Post An OldFanhloncd Dial Pork and parsnips is a real oldfash ioned dish one that our New England forbears loved and throve on and one that properly prepared will be accept able to almost any table Take one of the oldfashioned thick iron spiders or a Scotch kettle and cover the bottom with slices of sweet salt pork cut into pieces about two inches square Ar range a layer of sliced parsnips over the pork and one of sliced potatoes over the parsnips Pour in enough water to just cover the contents coyer closely place on the back of the range and let the contents simmer slowly until the vegetables are tender Take up the vegetables anti arrange on1 heated platter antI if there is any liquor re mah lug pour oft in a bowl until ready for use Brown the pork lightly in the kettle and then take up and place in with the vegetables odd to the fat re maining in the bottom of the spider a tablespoonful of butter and a table spoonful of flour and stir until bubbly Season with pepper then pour in the cupful of stock reserved and cream or milk to make sufficient gravy When cooked smooth pour over the vegetables and meat and serve Washington Star Sle Tctl Summer Squash lrepare cut into pieces and stew un til tender in n small quantity of boiling water drain pressing out all the wa ter serve on toast with cream or white sauce Or divide In quarters remove the seeds cook in a double boiler in its own juices which when done may tie thickened with a little flour Season with salt it desired anti serve hot Good Health A Cuban Dessert Grate one cocoanut uddone cupful of water press through a fine strainer To the juice add an equal quantity of thick sirup made by boiling water and sugar In proportion of one cupful of water to a pint of sugar and six eggs well beaten Cook over a slow fire un til it thickens like custard JVhen cold dust with powdered clnnanuia Ckk cinmatl Enaulrer i jiUebiwul Fair AuffUBt 2J f4 0CIj LINCOLNS ASSASSINATION saId to Have Been Killed by Booth Because of the Hanging of Jobs Yates Beau We were much interested in a short article in a recent number of Wake Forest Student It was sent by George Anderson Foote son of the late Dr George A Foote of Warrenton an hon ored and highly reputable physician lately deceased He first gives an ex tract from Appletons Cyclopoedla of Biography wrongly printed Biol ogy of the hanging of that gallant and meritorious officer Capt John Yates Beall a native of Virginia and born In 1S35 and hanged on the 24th of February 1865 as a spy A sketch was found among Dr Footes papers who was a surge n in the confederate army and was imprisoned In Fort Co Iambus New York harbor Dr Footes posthumous paper is both interesting anti informing He tells of the efforts made to save the life of Capt Beall who was a regularly commissioned con federate officer by Coy Andrew of Massachusetts and others bjit in vain Dr Footes cell in which he was con fined was adjoining Capt BeaRs Beau and John Wilkes Booth had been room mates at college anti were dear friends Booth tried every way to secure Beaus release from prison but in vain An effort to secure his escape was made in which Dr Foote was to be a party In fact two plans came to naught The interesting point really of his toric interest is to follow Dr Footes private memorandum gives a statement that wilt surprise many as it did us The common idea is that President Lin coln was murdered b Tohn Wilkes Booth because he wasthe head of the northern states nnd was responsible for the war upon the soutliln other words that Booth in being in intense sympathy with the south anti being somewhat daft had assassinated the president on account of his course in the war After the plans failed Dr Foote says Booth hurried to Washington and on his knees implored Pres ident Lincoln and Secretary Seward to pardon or at least respite Beall Lincoln promised tb respite but that night ordered his execution Dr Foote saysThis order was executed and Beall was hanged within 30 yards of my window and inside Fort Columbus dad not at Johnsons island as has been frequently reported Booth for what he termed the per tidy of President Lincoln toward him self and friend Heal at once swore to avenge his friends death by killing both Lincoln and Seward He did not intend to shoot Lincoln in the theater but the contemplated opportunity did not offer itself elsewhere But for the fact that Booths spur caught in the curtain that fatal night he would have escapeda least for a time The war had nothing to do with the assassination of the president it was due simply and solely to revenge intensified by Booths love and admira tion forthis friend Booth went to New York the morn ingof Bealls execution and being so grievously disappointed at what had occurred he became measurably an insane man I had not the least idea of Booths plan to assassinate the presi dent This plan was known only to one man anti to him Booth revealed it only an hour before the assassina lion The man to whom he thus confided his purpose begged him not to carry it out and finding that Booth was not to be turned from his revenge left the city before the horrible tragedy occurred We were intimate with Dr Foote for many years He was our family physi clan anti most attentive sympathetic and skillful We always thought him truthful honorable antI sincere We at least believe his statement without reservation Wilmington N C Mes senger S AUSTRALIAN HORSES TIe BuHhlIrcd Animals Are Hardy mid Swift nut UllUcult to Tam An Australian colt bred upon any wellgrassed run owned by any capa ble breeder is an animal ribbed up well boned and barrelled such IIR might hold lila own for line and symmetry and gameness of eye in almost any English meadow Every drop of his bright blood is English or maybe there Is a lash of finer fluid stillthe Arab strain lint your bushbred two yearold has yet to meet his master He knows nothing of the sheltered life of his English kinsman Horn and begotten under the open sky he has never stood beneath a meaner roof He has found and tried his strength in a flee and untilled earth and has thriven and hardened upon what it gave him Once antI only once the hand of man has been laid upon him when in a rage of terror he was roped and thrown and felt the station brand sizzle and sting on his shoulder Other wise he has estimated man as a thing whomay drive but cannot catch him and has come to regard more as an agreeable interlude than as a matter of compulsion the periodic visits to the homestead when with a mounted man behind him Jie has come in from the back country one of a racing mob that sent n tenmile stretch of earth spin ning behind them in dust to the music of their gallop Such n horse when he finds himself all of a sudden face tq face with his schoolmaster in n yard 15 feet square is ns sensitive as a woman timid as n hare and selfwilled ns n naughty boy as likely ns not he is also ns quick ns nn angry eat and has much of a cats sudden temper Hnrpers Magazine PnNtlme of the Prince of Monte Carlo It is slot generally known that the prince of Monaco he who rules over one of the smallest principalities in the world one of the most beautiful and so far as Monte Carlo is concerned one of the wickedest is a man devoted to science and to the study of that ography which relates to the life of the ocean A museum of oceanography is now in process of buildiqg at Monte Carlo destined to hold the famous col lections made by the prince during the last 15 years or more To his particu Inc line of research he has brought all his enthusiasm anti nil the resources at his command He has explored ocean anytthlnggaming tables perhaps his disinterest ed devotion to science may Hampers Bazar x Ilnpldlt of TJionirlU The hunian brain according to sci entists is composed of millions of cells each of which has stored up in it the memory of some experience of the past When for instance a man meets on the street a friend whom he has not seen for years and tries to recall where he last saw him the thought current runs through his brain for an instant until the proper cell ts located and may in a second according to the calcula tion of some scientists travel 1500 yards or nearly a mile so minute irul at the same time so complex are Ihe ramifications of the brain culls A num her of English scientists are af prus ent devoting all their timotp a study of the brain and with which it worksChiicagoTribunef The largest dairy in the world is located 14 milus froth NeWayJc N JJ4 the minimum number of cows kept be ingiOOO The proprietoriruns n ranch Jn Iowa for the special purpose of sup cowsChimgoChronicle Small Mlnila Tim truth that occupies it nutiiheli finds pome minds too narrow to give H room Chicago Dally News Street l lr free very iu6ralu 0 a SNIPES CAME BACK The Remarkable Return of a Dot to HI Master from Denver to St LoaU A certain St Louis merchant who was at the time of the incident herein related engaged to be married to a lady living in Denver had a large handsome Dandle Diamond setter named for that inscrutable reason by which many men will degrade some of the noblect of beasts with belittling titles Swipes The lady of his future heart and home having seen and formed an ardent at tachment for the dog on a visit to St Louis the merchant in the goodness of his heart and the warmth of his affec tion determined to take her the dog as a present perhaps that the faithful ani mat might keep him in her mind until such time as his affairs would allow him to bring her to the home he had bought in his native city He therefore boxed up Swipes and put him on a train bound for Denver He waited two days in great anxiety for some ncknowledgment of the gift but no word came Three days passed and four and finally a week rolled by without a word of thanks from his lady Jove The merchant then grew wroth anti sat down to write such a letter as would speedily bring my lady to her senses As lie was arranging his pens and papers for the mighty struggle however he heard a faint scratching on his door and arising admitted the dog himself Swipes was lean anti dirty and sheepishlooking generally He ap proached his master with the general air of a setter who expects to be whipped and crouching himself at his feet looked tearfully up into his face The merchant felt his heart go out to his former pet He stooped and gave him a pat at which after the manner of his kind the dog went wild with joy Swipes had had adventures the merchant saw but he had never reached the lady oft in Denver Investigation proved that his sur mises had been correct The express company on being charged with non delivery traced the dog and his box to that driver who had been ordered to convey him to the tagged destination The driver after considerable cross questioning admitted he had forged the receipt check and that Swipes had never been delivered He had broken out of the box in the middle of the city anti leaped off the wagon into the crowd disappearing almost instantly The driver had never heard of him again How the dog got back to St Louis is a mystery but he got there His master in the joy of recovering him at nil concluded to wait until after t he ceremony to share him with the lady nt Denver much the more so because ho firmly believes that if Swipes were to be conveyed to the north pole he would mnnnge to get back to the man whom his dumb dog love deems the finest thing agoing It is not every day the merchant knows that such constancy Is to be found Cincinnati Enquirer A LADYLIKE DETECTIVE The Clever Way in Which a Mew rU Fly Cop Trapped a Uuinnn lintel Thief It has been a long time since the detective force of the city had a man who was able to go about in the garb of a woman and obtain evidence against persons which could not be got in or dinary ways But now the force has one antI as n result of that fact Eliz abeth itarry was held in Yorkville court on n charge of having robbed the Hotel Brunswick Twentyseventh street and Fourth avenue For some time Henry Crozier the pro prietor of the hotel has had complaints from guests that their rooms have been entered anti articles of value stolen He complained fo the police and Detec tIres Van Pelft and OKourke were as signed to the case A peculiarity of the thefts the detectives discovered was the fact that the articles stolen as a rule were from the rooms of women Their suspicions rested on the Barry woman who was a quiet unas sliming employe in whom every one had confidenceOn Van Delft went to the hotel antI engaged a room He was made up ns a woman wearing n large hat and an expensive gown with gloves anti boots to match After being shown to a room OHourke was placed in a room adjoining it and a hole was made through the door that Oltourke might watch the interior of the room of the bogus woman When Van Delft went to the dining room in the hotel he left a pocketbook containing a marked bill on the dresser From his position in the other room the other detective watched the room In a short time he saw the Barry woman come in look around and then take the pocketbook She went direct to her room and put the pocketbook contain ing the marked bill In lien trunk She was arrested n little later In court yesterday she confessed that she had robbed the room and a dozen or more articles found in her trunks were identified as having been stolen from the hotel She broke down anti cried and looked at the detective who had dressed in womens clothes Was it you that rented that room she asked Yes replied the detective I was the woman Id never have believed it you wern so ladylike and nice said the sobbing prisoner who was held for tniaiN- y Press She Liked the FUh Ilnlli At the famous ball given by Mrs Wcstinghouse in honor of the me chanical engineers a plain little old woman from out of town evidently un used to banquets of that character was vainly trying to point out f o the waiter delegated to serve her some dish among the elaborate French compositions dis played that she recognized and liked Finally pointing to some delicately brown balls and a plate of what looked to be biscuits shesaid Ill take one of them codfish balls thankee and one of them biscuits The waiter smiled but prepared n plate for her without telling her that the codfish balls were lobster cro quettes and the biscuits pate pasties The dear old woman ate them both with evident relish although she eon fided to the amiable waiter This is a mighty funny codfish ball Taint a bit like Marys lary is my cook but then its pretty nice and I Mow to get Mrs Westinghouse to give me the ne- ctpeN Y TribuneMore What Is that you are reading Johnny A book I got out of the Sundays liooi librarjVpaw know that kind of book The good little boy dies in the last chapter and reforms the bad boy eh Not much Maybe they did that way when you were a boy paw but this good boy makes 1800000 and has the bad boy working for him at 60 cents n day Iqdinnapolis Journal horse for HonCli Africa suppliedtoseem more satisfactory tItan any other mount Corning from a grass country where horses travijj 30 to 40 miles a day with heavy riders a class of an fmnla has been developed which corn hines the constitution anti stamina which ar lacking In the Australian with the weight and bone which are lacking in the Arab for davalry Chi cago Chronicle Au OIMoihej Borem You to st foVyouWheeler Ten months v tIiuh 98 model ft Standard WCatholic Times r Bnlimnt Fakiuti MARRIAGE HEALS THE FEUD Two Warring FamlllCd of Kentucky Lay Down Their Arms Forever A feud of old Kentucky wns recently ended amicably by the marriage of Tom Uakersoldcst sister Jby to Christopher If Jackson son of Vf S Jackson of London Ky and a brotherinlaw of Cooper Evereolc son of Judge Kversole Young Jackson IK descended from Gen Jarvis Jacksonwho came to Laurel county when it was founded 00 years ago and who presented to the county the site of the town of London The county could not erect public buildings for lack of money so the general told the magistrates that the he would build a courthouse anti a schoolhouse if they would deed the town lots back to him This was done He built a substantial brick house which stood until torn down a few years ago to make room for a modern building and the old Laurel academy as the school was called is still standing When he began flirting with Iby Baker Chris Jackson was very young and married The pretty bright face anti vivacious manner of the belle of Clay county made him forget the worn an he had sworn to love anti his heart went out to the mountain lassie Iby became infatuated with him but learn lag that he was married she deter mined to become an old maul schoolmis tress SIte procured a school in Leslie county and it was not long until she was regarded as the best woman teach er ever seen in Hyden It had required strong men to handle the rough moun tain boys but this dcJIcntu girl soon showed them that she was mistress of situationWhen Webb a big boy known as master of the schoolmasters came to school the third morning after she took charge with a 15eaIihrr revolver buckled around him she commanded him to unbuckle it and put it in his desk Instead he attempted todraiv the weapon but before lie could loosen it in the holster he waa looking into the muzzle of a shiny 3S held In the steady right hand of the school mistress He then unbuckled the via tol and handed it to her belt and all This cowed the bully of the school anti from that moment until site closed the session she was supreme ruler While busy in school work events were taking place here which ultimate ly had a marked effect on her life The man who loved her anti the man she worshiped was arrested for forgery anti indicted on seven counts His father was claim agent here for the Louisville Nashville railroad and Chris was charged with making out bogus claims against the company anti forging the names of the section bosses and fore men to them The jury which tried young Jackson found him guilty on two counts and fixed his punishment at four years in the penitentiary When her husband left for the states prison the first Mrs Jackson tiled suit for divorce and it was granted Under the laws of Kentucky a husband who becomes a felon forfeits all marital rights pro vided the wife wants to take advan tage of the law As soon as Jackson was free to marry again he wrote from the penitentiary at Frankfort to Iby Baker telling her all the facts protesting his innocence and asking her if she would marry him when he had served out his time The sight of a letter from him con vict though he was rekindled nil the fierce love she had borne for him when she was a schoolgirl and she wept tears of joy to know that though in the laws clutches he was free to make her his wifeHer answer can readily be surmised Jackson made a model prisoner got many months off his sentence for good behavior and was released two months ago In the meantime he and his moun tain sweetheart had kept up a loving correspondence anti when he came back from the penitentiary one of the first things he did was to make thy Baker his wife They are living in a pretty cottage on the side of a high hill just south of the London courthouse She is an accomplished musician and plays on the handsome piano that graces the front room the old pieces he used to love and sings for him the old songs she sang when it seemed he would forever be lost to her She never mentions the dark chapter of his life Her one desire in life seems to be to make her husband happy Chicago Chronicle WEST VIRGINIA CRACKER The Man of the Mountain Lend Irlmlllvr Life Often Kronen with Unnger The West Virginia mountaineer lives very close to Nature and viewed from ninny standpoints the relation is char acterized by pleasing amenities juicy berries refresh him along the road nuts drop Into his pathsang gin seng which makes one of his sources of revenue reveals itself to his eye as he follows the cows to pasture a cool brook springs up to quench his thirst when weary of following the plow pine knots are always within reach to make light as well as warmth mud anti stones easily combine in his hand to shape n daub chimney and a trough dug out 6f an old tree furnishes a receptacle that is ns good for dough at one end ns for a baby at the other Often however this close relation to Nature assumes a war attitude fierce anti uncompromising If hungry wolves no longer howl furiously nt the tack fence after nightfall or gnaw nt the log pens which secure the stock and if panthers are seldom bold enough to spring at a horses flank as a man rides along in the daytime bears are still numerous enough to devour a large number of sheep every year In spite of precautions and they have a pronounced taste ion sweet young corn F A Doughty in Appletons Popular Science Monthly A Record In Widowhood A Mexican woman Senora Uay gas tillo certainly holds the palm for su premacy in the number of her real genuine widowhoods She has worn the weeds seven times between 18SO and 1895 So widely different have been the causes of death by which her seven spouses quitted this wicked world yet so similar in the violence thereof it would almost seem that the fair senora was somewhat a hoodoor to the genus husband Her fist husband fell out of a carriage her second took poison by accident the third perished by a min lag accident the fourth shot himself the fifth was killed while hunting the sixth met his death by dropping from a scaffolding and the seventh was drowned As the senora lives in Mex ico she basBot gained the fame and no toriety which would otherwise have been hers from her varied matrimonial ventures were she a resident of some progressive American cltySt Louis Ilcpublic A MamlljL Fmneral A native funeral in Manila is an in teresting sight The hearse is a rude wagon drawn by white horses A most melancholy looking person is thedrfter who clad in black and a high beaver hat sits aloft in mournful front is a brasa band playing lively march while a long llneof carriages follows slowly behind Chicago Times HeraldCRsi Applied the Testy The Wife My husband has ceased ie love me TJie Maid How do you know It is impossible for we to tagke hla miserable any more4NY WOrld TKe Im4 tl n Stmmt The nina vio owns a paste cHampacT 5nt necessarily nh Irishman just tie- hneittise s Mrs atamrock CMeao DtsUIeas Xiiutu Ml tawfc svy u a 0 IITH AND POlL Isworkgforgto Barns horna morejoyW Bulletin WlitjhasvrvluckyAtchjsonFootman Excuse me heron but I fourmonthse youlUnsere Gcssellschaft Yes your honor this is the la lv nh claims that the dog bit her Well where Is the dog ivlto cIaina to have lfllUlariw 2itoyJournal saidthatanvil or hammer Mrs rinlsiIsik thebelloavsYonkersYou know after alliati tlitvounr thhouseIve noticed the gas burning late in your room recently Ansvpr How would you define lurk wa asked of the man who ha mtltflremoney than he knows what to ilo njth It is the product ofa reasonable amount of ability hacked by tenacity Detroit Free Press thea0toprayer is that you may ever remain poor anti humble Not exactly re plied the minister I pr y that may remain humble but my congregation itTheBivnlIN A MUSICAL BAND FOR LIFE Georgia Convicts have an Orgh5 tlon Which Ilenth Alune Can Disrupt Very peculiar qualifications are re quired for membership in a nia musical organization which in said t excel all others known in ragtim music negro melodies in buck daring and in other forms of entertainment in which the colored brother seems to lead in talent To belong to the hand etery appli cant must have committed murder or some equally heinous crime pnat enough to earn for himself a life sit tence in the Georgia penitentiary in one of the states convict ramp This particular band is compound of lifecmi victs leased to the Chut tahoorhir Crick company anti kept in the prison near the city of that name All are negroes save the interlocutor wlto Is a one armed white nina with a ilsx ratc criminal reputation in the east lie liad served n term in tin Sing Sing prison and in several others before he fell up against the law of Georgia which set tIed him for life Capt Knglish is ilie contractor who lenses the 350 convicts at Chnttnhoochee Recognizing the difficulties to In met with in caring lor men sentenced for life under such a system as prevails he does whatever he can to make them as contented us possible He has more than a doen lifers in his lot but only those par ticularly well endowed with musical talent or some other stage gift may get Into the band It is the only musical organization that nothing on earth save death niuj maybe some merciful governor of CJeorgin can divrnpt There is no union to make rules for it The man with the guitar is the recog nized lender of the band He is what is known down south as n white nig ger but i corked up for the occasion He was a notorious voodoo doctor known north and south The end nun were both convicted of awful crime and are glad they are alive which likewise a wonder considering how promptly Judge Lynch acts in the state under certain conditions One of the men is a former pugilist of some reputation who has taught the manly art to one of his fellows with whom ho exhibitions both violent and artistic The band has a stage in the prison yard where it gives enter tainments Its concerts are very popu lar with tourists large numbers of whom visit the penitentiary just to hear this strange organization sing and play and see its members do their turns Whatever they pay goes to the men who expend it for new musical instruments cigarettes anti watermel ons They are up in nil the ragtime and popular airs and besides have loTs of quaint weird and rollicking music peculiar to the race which predominates in the membership of the band The band has a regular uniform consisting of canvas suits with stripes running around and iron ornaments nnd chains which they wear on either leg While it is probable that none of them is over sensitive Capt English looks out for the feelings of the members of his band and will not give out their names or the history of the crimes for which they are in prison Chicago Chronicle Mnnicr IlnlletH In JlemlnRtnni Capt Frank F Eastman who line re cently returned from the Philippines has presented to the ordnance depart ment an interesting device by which the Filipinos utilized old Kemington cartridge shells to enable them to fire Mauser bullets from Remington rifles Capt Eastman says that many of the Insurgents are supplied with fleming ton rifles but they have nothing but Mauser ammunition Large quantities of empty Remington shells are to be ob tamed however and to make the Maus er cartridge fit the Remington rifle they cut a hole in the head of the exploded Remington shell and insert the car tridge so that the latter has an outer jacket which fits without trouble in their guns In a measure this accounts for the inaccurate firing of the Fib pinos The bullet is too small to take the rifling of the Remington gun so that it is impossible to fire them witli any degree of accuracy The bullet frequently flattens out in its passage and when it does strike makes a very ugly tagged wound At other times it expands so that it jams the gun and makes it useless X Y Sun Many Vses of Castor Oil The castoroil plant is cultivated throughout India and the oil is fre quently employed by the Indian dyers as an auxiliary In certain dye prepara tions This oil has the reputation of be lag one of the best for dressing tanned hides anti skins The uses of the oil are many it being the only suitable one for lubricating all sorts of machinery clocks watches etc Itisthebtst lamp oil they have in India and gives an ex cellent white light with but little soot almost an imperceptible amount possessChicago Scientific Olictixlon Watts Did you see that story about an arrowhead being brought up from a depth of more than 1500 feet under ground Potts Yes Strikes me the felow that shot it that deep into the earth must have been a pretty good maM in lila timerIndiannpoljs Journal In the Arctic First Explorer Great Scott man tvhat that strapped on that last sledge Second Explorer Dots limburger cheese Ve drob off a pound each miles Now ve cant get loosded aind it Judge A CoarlBcjRK ttiirr lon You are truly polite Wickman you gave thnthoroely waion your teat in the street car goingUi tJDvtroii Free Tress t4ts41L 1 0 1IIIIIJ Ii Iw1i r V r I 0 4TIlE BOYS DESIRE 1 a lor stylish shoes should bo gratified eft when style strength and durability f can bo found combined in fpotwear V boy will take more care of bancsomishoes Our assortment of KlV wear will please tho boy anti satisfy tho parent Each pair is made of par tiingly low prices t J IOiioof ittttia-Ant Exquisite Shoe Patent Kid Vamp Cloth Top with Silkworkca Eyelets 4IPrice250j a i ettcS1Qr as aQ A r s tt Qe tJih T la Okv 5ts01 ovs RIOE Ab1rQT IDSuccessors to WALLACE RICE 4ATCH us i Our Great OneFourth OffCleur- s j ing Sale is now going on Vgllcs not Crinsideired0 rEyeiytiiiiig has had the bottom out Suits Odd Pants Underwear Shirts Hosiery Shoes Hats in J fact everything in the house t1UileFoUrth Off I tIr in your 1OCkets to give IJliSa look Il JOlt care to flI11CT on your pill I chases contc und see us Otir GOOQ rB riia ana lltoaoI I CTflFI1P iJ1IflLMb9T1The Clothier TIle Sheer The ilatter The Furnisher A X I XIxXex thebnst rsins of the year tight It was a gully rains are worth a mil dollars to this county watermelons are on the J E1RIVBTY UUYBHI n LAnd our stock of Hardware Farming Imple romcnLs Stoves and Tinware if you are alive tIJ to the necessity of saving dollars where you 6 have been saving cents Buying as we do j in large quantities for ready we ob- I tain from manufacturers that enable us to jJ sell at exceptionally Low PBICES- SerKemeiiber iEll that even the little Items for household or t3 outdoor use such as Tanks Screws Nail etc a consid erable saving cnn be affected which amounts to dollars J m 13 aggregatei WHEAT DRILL i See us nnlgeVprfctA on roofing nod gntleilnu II Ir BROS rJ- J aIJcTAYLOR lir r t+ ++ + + + + + + + + + + + 2ts 501is a xooxV 4 art La F mtr- to5 n pvrtct Q 4 + t+ + ++ ++ + + + + 4t+ + + + ii+ + + n n The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUGUSTS Isro Dr Uobson Dentist Mr Otis Liblo at Booucsboro is re coving Picnic and datico at Boonesboro Saturday Miss Nancy A Tudor is teaching in a school at JJcuaeReport of gun club shoot last week omitted fur want of space Mr Joe Mackcy will serve dinner all the fair ground during inn fair lIon G 0 Gilbert will Fpoak at the Court House here next Monday at 2 p in Our awnys excellent and welcome Valley View letter with many other is omitted of necessity Our lioonesboru correspondent should write again We havo only room for two extracts this week Moore Bros of Red House claim the best crop of corn in the county It is oslimaifdat 2Qbairels to the acre Hon G U Gilbert will epeak at the Court House here next Monday at 2 p m 8am Campbell of Paint Lick has a live rattlesnake five feet long capt ured in the Boones Gap Tunnel below Bcrea lIon G G Gilbert will peak at the Court House here next Monday at- 2pm During the Fair drop in at Free mans and get a pair of shoes at prices cut in two See ao- lWiedeinantis famous commcdians at the Opera House this week It is one of the best shows on the road Thanks to Dr Xorthcut for a fine specimen of the Guebei bug It beats a Butter bug all hollow- Photographer Singleton haft sued foradivorte fiomjiis wife at Lexing Ion on the charge of abandonment Bill Fife the Kirkbville coon ar rested for hog stealing was held over to the grand jury by Judge Turpln All the children should betaken to hear the SIxBorBand at Court House tomorrow night Adults 35 children 25 The great SlCOO premium for best saddle horse mare or gelding will be contested fur today at 1230 at the Fair groundsFoVNDIn this citIt Knight Tem- plar insignia Owner can have same by calling at State Bank Trust Co and paying for this notice july2GU Ice cieaui festival in Mr M M Millers bit yard on Vet Main htreet tonight 7 to 10 Benefit Episcopal church The Ladies of tho Catholic church arc serving a delicious dinner for only 25 cents in the Todd store opposite court hou e 300 sample summer coats and v tuts just opened in all the latest and best styles at less than nmnufarturerh ci nt lo bo closed out StoutlerV new oppositedatiioit The champion shot of this world Dr W F Carver will give an exhibi hull of skill in this linu cachclllY dur lug the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival AutHUt 8 to 12 Dr Car vor has well eatnod tlPo tirlof chum pion of the world and his fancy shoot lug has dUet the eirirts Hf all compet itors A Place lu u For luscious bananas ripe apples cold ice crcaiufiu la water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco suit cigars go to A Din die next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night Hprl5m Bs Band ta Play Tomorrow night at Masonic Tempi theBulJaudi to ISyenreof age from Georgetown w ill give a musical concert A wonderful exliibkioii aysGov Brad ley who heard them play A Tremendous Crowd Hero The fret day of tlo Fair yesterday was a grand success The city was crammed and ummed with people Everybody in delighted and will be on hand today tomorrow and Friday Clerk White Run Over Clerk John White advertised a buggy fr sale in the CLIMAX and was run over by 21 applicants in one week and sold Ida buggy Moral if you want to kup your buj y pleus dont dvrrtse in the CLIMAX Burton Dying Robert Burton shot by Gill Prather a week ago at Point Lick was in a dy jug condition on Monday his slayer is in jail at Lancaster having been heM over in 1000 bond jo the grand jury W T Tenis Goes to Congress lion W T Tevis lies received n corn mission Irom Governor Bradley as dele gate to the annual Congress of the National Prison ComniiKsion which sits at Hartford Conn September 2327 Congressman IcvlW salute you Colored Camp M3tinj at High Qridy Kyi Qreut St camp in citing ever known 1111110 State Flue mtuicspficlnr at traotlous liialiop Turner and Sal- titswil1 speak Excursion rtU1l1i and- tp4iliI trains via the Qit en 6 Crot cant Route August Qjiud 1U ABk agente for full p rtcjir Tho girl is the mother of the woman Justus the boy is the father of tho onianlyfunctionswatched and considered Irreculiirity or derangement at this time may hp promptly met and cured by the use or- hr Favorite Prescription Hut neglected at this critical period may entail years of future KtifTeiug Fa vorite Prescription acts directly upon perfpeLyIurlemove the obstrn Hong to health and happiness and delivers worianhood Irom tilt cruel bondage of female weakness You pay the posincn Dr Piengives you the boot The Peoples Com papUOof stamps In defray cost tif mailing onlv Send 21 onecent stamps fort IIP paper hound book or 31 stamps fur the cloth bound Address Dr Pierce Buffalo NY It 7 1 HIMP Will give you moro flour Li1cI1u indffahftterqiwlliy fur anyonejI12tA Soldiers Sweetheart Wledcnmui Big Show IB enwdlng the Opera louse nightlv Good tail ent clean show A Soldiers Kwect iicart played last night Popular prices General Satisfaction expressed with their performances here A Big Turkey Case The suit of Howard Ages et al vs Al Gill over 12 turkeys was decided in favor of Gill Judge T C Lowry mid Mr H B Hogg were his attorneys nail the costs will be over S200 Turks come highin the court house A Kissing Bug Here I Squire Armer the famous jeweler has obtained fo r exhibition to his coun try friends a genuine Kissing Bug also u Strangling Bug They may be SPell in his window on Main street Squire has a real novelty nail they are not humbugs either Law Fete Tonight The ladiis of the Episcopal church will give an ice cream festial from 7 lo 10 oclock this evening on the large lawII of Mr M M MilhrV on West Main one square from the Chritinn church The yard will be brilliantly lighted and the refreshments will Itv delicious Dobs Premium Hog For best sow any age Mr RolMri L Duty of Madison Ian away fUll II Kit boys from Boyle Madison and other places winning the blue tie with his George Wilkes view iSO pounds 2J years old Site is n beauty and is tim mother of three litters of fine pigs Good fur Duty Special Stanford Train Today A special train to the Richmond Fair today will leave Stanford at 8 a III and will pass Lancaster at 835 Re Itfterthto Lancaster took the train anti get home tonight The rate to Uichinond Is one fare for the round trip The Greatest Fair ol Ida Year The Danville Fair Ar s xuatfon confi dently claims that th iis will bo the best lair ever held III the county of BOle famous fir its sirs for half a century Secretary Bright is bending every cnergvto eeliput every other fair in the State and the way tins good pen Pta of Boyle are iiinipurating with him M the very best Higo by which to judgw time prospects of till exiibltion Time dates are Aiig 80 ill and Sept Flour Mitt For Red House Messrs Marbhall nnd Stuart of lied House have just comVlnted their flour mills and will grind for ihe public flour made on time old fashioned burr process The mill has a capacity of 100 bushels per day It Is a good add tion to niti House Undo Dave Ow ens hiss charge He is a miller from way back yonder This is lila sixty third year of expprionr Campaign to upen mists icntlay Hons J C S Blackburn Clmirmnn Cnupaixn Committee and Ollie W Young Chairman State Central Ctiin mitten asks lIon Jiio B Chennult to announce that thou G G filbert Congressmanelect of Shelby county will speak on Monday next Angina 7 PIIIIIFair Horses from Lebanon Mr Howard Cleland of Lebanon came up Saturday with the following lorsPi elonging to Mr lM Eatna Neva H iii2T pace raced yesterday Gold Rug in 235 trot Friday also Ks tea mid JacksouV Red Bird in three minute trot ycKCt lay Mr I oICrltIlYIIf i banon IK here with bin two flno horses Little Hugh enters in 2tO pate yeKifrday He brought also Ray view 221 J to show the folks a genuine dust raiser from the 1eunjrile Anojher Nsw Lawyer load lawyers here art not ns scarce as hens teett and the supply is 5u creasing Oun of the lat acct sions to the ranks Is Attorney T C Lowry lately a professor in the county schools who was graduated from time Law School IiI Central Univerciry lust June Judge IrY is a native of West Vir vinla where he studied law with Col T B Swann a first cousin of President Grant hJuI1galowryhiUI fltte1 up a cozy office In tho Mobetley Bulldinu mid is recofvlnjj clitntK flha grace characteristic of the true Virginia gen tluman SJQ his orofassional card in tillS CUMAK ZA RINGWnti stobuy vrtf4 I I BASlr a ft you should pYear stylish p SHOESaI nimulno tBvery pair of hlious we offer in Mens niud Ciulhhrens are tlnde on tho newrat shaped lasts Anti every phoo In made btxprt workmen from 11Hue Calf and Kid antI finished in the best manner And ti make powession easy we sell to lit all pocketbooks J Where the digestion IIrood and the general pouers of the syttein in a heal IlIlhililllfllillVermifnim nutuuiil destroys ever worm but cornels till doraiigpmentfl ol the fllcmtive organs Price 25 cents Sold by Pcrry A Thomas druggists I1I1gJ liii One man was killed anti six injured In a saw mill explosion in Tennessee No cripe PainOr discomfort no Irritation of u u oruthhealthful J1l7100iiSold by all druggists 3j wuis The faiuiw Board of Education has elected lonelier for the year lirst Krmrdy Fur Flux Mr John Mathiap a well know stock daier of ItiIns i Ky nj After fitilTerin for over week with flux Mild my physician hnviiiK failed tat rtlievo me I was advised to Irv Cham iMTlainH Colif Chnlpra xnd Omrrhmn statlugme For sale by Perry Thomas ICnt A pair of Iwjjuy trousers give evi denie of preimir need Dr Hells Pine Tar Honey Acts as a hahn to tho humiig PHI tine tho mucus allnyiii tliH tutu hcttl inu null htnu llioiiiiii It will ure a cough or a colt in one niulit and rxliila rate time hinus uarninst time inception uf the disease 25ca all goad drugstores No cure no pay It Sometimes the passenger ship has a number of heavy swells on board To Clrattee The Syslem- KlTectually vet gently when costive cr nilious ti permanently overtime ha lilt tisi constipaiimi to awaken thin kith neys and liver to healthy activity without irritating or weakling limn to dispel lipailnitiien eollor fevers USB Syrup of Figs made by the Call fornia Fig Syrup It doesnt always relieve the thirsty cbhler to keep good spirits on tap Quit Coughing Is easy if you take Dr Units 1ine Tar llolicy It cuts time nuiciif and nlhiys tie innnmmaiion thai there himo inclinaiion to lOu li It soothes tutu brocliials suit ill strength eniTig to the tliniat anti lungs All good UriiKfrifiiR sell it It III a iinihic store the shoplifter is care lid aout hi snatches of niUNic What Not lo Say Do nut say I cant caL Take Hoods farsaparilla and say I am hungry all the time smith food never hurls me- Never say to your friends that you aughtIteji you hoods barsnpaiilla cures tlini tired flellng Do not sny 1y face is full of pim pie You mire quite likely to be told hv some one Micros no need of that for Houtls Siirpnpariilii cures pimpled It is improper and nnnicescary ipsay My hralih is pnor and my bad 11MMln SnrHtiparilia will give you good hloiHl III Kood health wilt follow an a natural contAqueiice- utnJMin Your spccuicics nncht l e called an oversight About a month ago icy child which is tUbe months old lied an attack 01 iMrrhoen accompanied by voiiiitinir I JJHVO it sue remedies Itllare usually givmi in Binli cases hut iut nothing IJHVH relief WH bent for a phypiciau mud it was nnJrrhiii cure f ra week At hut tinitt Iht child had Inen sick fur alxnit ton days ami Wits having about twentyfive jrrailons of the bowels every twelve hours and we werecon vinixd lint nnlKHH it Komi obuiinud n lid it wouUl not live ChaiiiberlainV Cholic Jhiiilera and Dirrhoei Keinedy watt recommended anti I decided to- ry it noticed a cliHiigHfoi th liettur ly its continued uw n com jilxte cure WBR brought aJiout and it ii now perfectly healthy C L Bops Stunptown Oilnur county iV Va For Nil by Perry Timorous druggists nU21111 It takes time moon to bring some thtgs to bay mKn Empty Sack Cannot Stand Upright Neither can poor weak thin blood nourish and nihtain the physical syK tMii FJr strength of nerves amid mu ell there tniiM be punk rich aud vigor tans bloo l Hoods SnrHaparilla is tin standanl ration for tlu blood nnd iw lIIuuvrlmnrkuhlo cures said time furl that It does overybody iind what takes it prove it is jnxt you need if von are weak and languid Hoods Pills do not gripe All drug glint 23iv It BaJ Diced Cura Free CallIceNfKreust yibmiwli Legs or Arum art all cuiable liv B H l Botanic II u tHalm which is made ip iially ti rureal tnrrililn BId UltjetttleR le JMtent toni itliKjil aid Skin Blent Mies Sciofilla that niiift other treat inentH are quickly rurcd by IL Holl Hotanh mood IJalm Skin Eruptions iiniples Rail Itchiig Kiieum 8caloi Kllsurc Re lT rrBrovn Patches iiltitcliec Catarrh Kheuuint lent etc are all due to 1ad blood nnd lienco easily cured by B B a Syphilitic Blood 1olsm literally systmai hy It B B t Bftunic Blood Illm in onnto II v uiontlii Ii B B does not contain 1llnhlr mineral poiitoii One bot tin will test it in any caw Fur ash bj lruIggi4is everyvbeo Larite bottles 1Iix fur a5 acndear n fntt sample bottle which will ho wn by return maiL When write describe uymp touts 1I1I111tJlional fret medical advice will bo given Address ISlmU BahnUo I3 Ujtzhiellstretiulatiituth fuly2Vlvr After alt you nunt say that tlsuliuven tor of time ntitomobiiu did nut IIIIVH horse sense DIJCUJMt HELIEF co fie Bil f wh Ilnrtvv morfi a tlllPItfllit lJai litre 25 tvtuw M SO44C M WiG tMi b n J i a w IFI f jJi j i Hi t 4 IgptI d IIIL NHUF fP A dI fiI r f t T11Busy Bee Cash Stores 1 tireat Clear= ance Sale r Good Cassimcro Kneo Pants fur chihlron IPe per pair Chiidronn Strictly Allwool Knee Pants double knee and Ci drS ilonde seat all cuIwurt 7oc per pair are in this sale fur BoyH 125uuuith 150 Kneo Pant Suits In double hruaslnd tlull Reefer styles neat and eerviceable ages 3 to j14 this price in this clearance sale only 80c B M N J J Mens ifMxl aR iinere Suits well mndf in brown blue MTtch mixtiirjs all sizes worth 0 and 7 will be closed in this clearance sale at 2 Mens Finn Allwool Suits choke styles and in single and double breasted pack and frock styles of fine worsteds icotcbes nnd clays oryc suit in time lot worth and sold S8 to 12 take your choice and pick in this sale at r Mens Kjtlra Kino Dress Suits pr rfict tailored which will liienl tl e wanlH and tOut the idas of stylish dressers to a 1 Yoncan make your unrestrict ed selection from several hundreil of these fashion able itarmeuts worth from 14 to 15 they go in this sale at 848 all at 46c pr j l Dre s of to we in to Iflft J f room for fall and we to r and our loss fail A Bu the i will 3tV per 1you 1 get rwo are If time one yon Is and heavy you are over the addition siariuk her time yon lieu J m 25c a box at nil Dr Tar Honey cotiitliH and stud sonthes Ihn uTr It time Mil and tin tin receive iui It is In fr rvnt I143 9 Bniicrs matism and 25 Bold by Ierr Thomas ncccf G for man fall fur he C 7 s 2 V 111 tc f 1 c t t tf and so pKipIn fmill of to oil t r of her 11 rici will aid and in tier rk hkln nnd iicaiiilful ftitirfly litc iiii W cent Fur salt by Thoinus The at Calhoon 7 W y hritlg O to pn at ite cholera moibiiR I gut lucid ri Cholera and anti I it was the tnvlife relieved Thoiuns I in line Fir tins cnmpl You Cold of Dr Tar llonny for childien fur dy 1 von am nlwnys t cure a or hrochial 2rc nil up It Cr J is wild with excitement BEEJis of seasonable previous that have in to in 1 that our in knife to sink to of of Clothing must go atprices obliterated en we are W 1ffJ7 Boys Clothing Will Mothers Wild to BuyI fJ4euurs rJcG RICHMOND crippledin Furnishing completely unequalled That Make S2 00 nml 250 go sit 149 Our II af OS4fiO ndoOO go in i sale at 2GD nil stvl s of till liz tas nnd in thin wilo at IUS r it j11 and 10 3 uf ami worsted etc your fit this sale at r II TBm UNMATCHABLB CHANCES ARB MQ1I IirL Ij qualities Imported everywhere tailormndo 0 These in Slices 1 J Tip Mild shoe MIB eo In thi I a I pu pair Menu Shot In lace and Jo will be out to you at 89c per pair Menu J t K sloes will be 100 MenR dark Tan Black Vicl and real 53 and Jt thoen they go In this sale tl ZJ4 as I in ry Q wide Henlretta etfectn weaves in black all woith 35c and roc 1 yard will be in this esie at 18c IHT Noth ing e Organdies that were iSc and per yard are Jc in this sale of all kind cut halt latIn Mcnn hair ends worth 25c are lUc this tale o sold 150 and 2 will be In thia sale at J larqnads anti many double Dress Former 75 i ami 800 per will he in this sale icserved s IISpecial learnncd Hale saving Hadynia vhite Underwear Beidymade teta and Lace nitaiiK Thfse f lt time our steel and out you ns thu ii are ottering this tee t ete J Nut si in the entire big nntourhed this sate must bo far a and a great h space sale for us We mint Irnvn nr the way see get it U to give t away out thousand of tim best have to customers and let by our Dont to this sale Jj Great of Too and Camlet Pants best New Mills 1t amlit be al Ji Iiyour conic fur and save and uif NIALitnrraLc room and to buy fall with Vi ry 4 g RIChMOND STERLING AND L r heads better than onor dull need Sartwparilla It Dixon people delighted of n street to town Weak 1 with Dyspepsia TabuIn and joy your meuU drug It FalForming Bells Pluto cures passages liHaln hromdiml Ktiengtheiih Inugs It iiiiilils antI enables lliH lo supply ol There scarcely vacant Imiiso MailUmiville P1ittfl4hm CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Biirni lUmen Price cents ors to W White Sometimes H is awkward a to cant help him self S 10 It c IJI 1 Blotches often are simply natnip throw impHilimenls lo prip performance duiii8 assmt wi nnd enmrea iliar from Mil er fwttons Price druggists aug2lmim Teachera Institute of McLean county AUK Tho Uv B Castlt of Stock while torHl KilciiNviwxl that nitnikeil IliNtyx Uychlllc happeneil In rn Ittlltlllllf MiamlmrlafnV Colic Diarrhoea itrumietiy nieans nfnavni It oncuFill wiio bv Perry 5 lrtisrj5stB The telephone from Cohiuiliia to Play been Ted When Take Nothinir in po u vfiil a Uittlo llfHV Pint lillt1 renuily rely upon an of cmtp other tnmble at ding Stoles 1r 1 t 6vcs for which THE BUSY CASH STORE closing their surplus stock Spring and Summer Goods our offers convulsed the people are dwarfs comparison our offers the GREAT CLELRANCE SALE Prices were 4Pformer offers wiltbe killed this 1 great sale that was driven the hilt will now the heart Every dollars worth our choice stock Dress Goods Wash Goods Hats Shoes and Goods and profit tirely ignored No wonder disgruntled ton stands aghast BARGAINS dishing out stand unmatch dand incomparable tBoys Pant Sulla Knee Pant this Cream Stock HUM Iionjr IlintH iinuri Niits worth SlOU disappear clearance assortment fancy inmmg plain Iant cIwiuI1r fScotches unfinished worsteds Take pick 1 and in fl98 tLBARAN ALB Fd ISuch Rare Bargains as Ladles Dongola Patent worth worth1JZSundmy conirrcS dished Kaaala leather Sacrifices ft Goods JI Allwool 30inch serge cheviot noTeltio doublewldth goods slaughtved lb reaerYcelaSc now ifiWash Roods Suspvudori mu in SCII formerly aUl25 doted 0SOcperpalr Fine Poplins fancy weaves in wool width Fine Goods price yard slaughtered vital Nothing Liulics Ladles Skirts Lods have keen edge cold stand roalestibargains 1IIk them article store reaching clean sweeping cleaning stock only actually throw several dollars worth goods we them attend Lot Mens Linen Pants Mens Blue Jeans York closed pairIthIring aliuisr AH when Imrnains time c4CAIi OlLIIt enh goods RPaepPtftmhiIfr W Do OLD AM COMPANYOJIMT GEORGETOWN have Hoods Stomach Why iloni stremig it Dgesio giMs Oxygen cuiths weak tiHtsues Moud proper oxygen Aires in love 07lJ excrescence which annoy niitmo Porrr will convene ntiiMiding hi IntifM think meat atmg2 cituies gKd evervh cough attack Irico lodato opt All The competiJThe d Knee Suits iwill Suits Such fancy profit these llerbiue is well adnpte tn the cure of fevers of all kindf Ixcnuse itilioonulilv eleanses the stomach mutt bowrls of all bilious humors and expels all inpure secretions of tIme body Price 50 esnIc- For Sale by Perry Thomas druggisb ungJlm Circuit court is in Mndon at Green ville A free and easy expcctoratt pro ilutimtyfThmat or difficulty of breathintr Puce 25 and 60 cents at Perry Thonuui drug store aug2ltmm detectives ohady work does not prevent his having a sunny disposition No one knows time unbearable torture the iMHiiliar and agmifzing pain ian eil hy liirs uutuies they have suffered liiilll tlnm MHIIV tielicVH t Iinu Inrnr utile This Is a mlslakn In jir tnai niHiit will dirt thorn TahlcrV Bnckfye illH Uinlmuiit IH tin infallihlH dire lrienf smut5 III 1I0ttlr1 tlht jlIIIL at Iorry t Tbonnm drug store 211I1 Louis French was shot nnd kith ii while sitting in front of hw restaurant at Itt1autlillt hid Ballards Snow Linlmeii givee r Htant r lief III case of Bleeillng UsBruise Sead Cnt till IrliM 2 ami 50 cents at Perry ThouiaV drug shire n n jIm Vorkhiisbfgnnonihx Imlldiirg i f the Barrel fnrlorv at Irovidfnco Tetter SaltItlicuiu and Uozrmi TIlt intense itching Bcd sin arthu iut lent to these diseases is instantly MUa 1 ii tv applying Chaiuborlains Eye Hill Skin Many very betel ya i aave Don pcrnninently cni e l liy it is CliJl1ll efScIent for itching piln and Djj i favorite rennily for sort nfpiilt hanpoo liand cdlbluiiu froat biLe I intl chronic boro eyen 25eta jMirboi Hr CuiljN CouOIIbi p utlera an jut WIlt a horse nccta ivlun in VK conditiin Tonic IIgd1tbk T ami wruiitii o r11OYIf nut t11ItiiiediiiitL auc the tet in one t4 tiLt i Uorsc in prime condition Prioa 2 i euts pr tGkflge VliKat i wdling at 70 CHtith nt i IalurtiOI TEl urct Dyspcpo IS5liI V Bia Cuiixtipatiuii and Indi gestion Kcgulaten the Liver Price 25 cU Sold by Perry Thomas Inc iors to W hWhtteLit + ie +++ H +ffi ++I t 7 7 ih 5 r 150u ieSO + n n n r 1ieI IIT I- kDk r I- JcWa Ye hjCYatibtgtSJidb III all the difEvrent lasts in both Heel and Spring Heel in toUr JULtOlL anti Lace This is the r lltc t Shoe on the matkjt Gome and see for vourself 103botrSIYsatllGcutsFurmhlll i 7 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that como what may on the road his wagon never thefinestways and rubbertired hncui in Rich inond ProprKentucky 135E- CONOMIST RANGES I I 3 1 Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LAEMTfl i REGENERO I r FRENCXX REMEDY AmrlrllnIoVntinirse1iiiiliitvir kiit n inUo wl nil Old Men will ncorei toIISiiermMtorheaKjlitly Despoiney4 of wxiuil excess nnI Indlicretlon which nnflts UXKHOmiatuuntotiioarw lt1i toriteterse Tonic Ia thtw rM rentormtCilinUtwliy Ihe I ink low comet hark to ItlGENEKaUre ls for gSOO U cheerfully rcfoBil Tiicn ila Imtei effect a cure oflRflFMIX Ar ThomasDruggistsacpUIly kIlk144 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS I DESIGNS m COPYRIGHTS Ac mayquicklyeMmmnnIetionssent fret Oideat for atenlolateota taken tirwart Mann 0 Co receive elrane11lheSdtMtffk ttdrrulatJon iowaaelsMu2renG oPJe btotolti flU r Jiib Heres Yr CkzEe- 8ee Extnardinxry Wfew ky The Climax The CLlrQ wanta fivo hunred new subscribers by the first of thenaw year Jn order to reach this end some ex traordlnary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and TheWeek ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour- nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190yThe CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates GRAMMAR IN RHYME Three little words you often seebAre articles a an and the 2 A nouns the name of anything As school or garden hoop or swing 3 Adjectives show the kind of nouncAs great small pretty or 4 Instead of nouns the pronouns stand Her head his face your arm my hand 5 Verbs tell of something to bedonetTo read connt sing Jump or runt6 How things are done the adverbs tell As slowly quickly ill or welL 7 Conjunctions Join the words together As men and women wind and weather 8 The preposition stands before A noun as in or through the door 9 The interjections show surprise As obi how prettylshl how wisel The whole are called nine parts of speech Which reading writing speaking teachEx MR BRYANS ORATORY However much evil his political enemies may lay to his door they cannot deny that William J Bryan ranks as one of the most fluent and effective or ators on the public stage of today It is small wonder that with his magnificent qualities of leadership and the righteousness of the cause that he champions combined with his vital and unusual eloquence he has succeeded in creating an immense and devoted fol lowing in the United States There are orators and orators and like tho stars one differeth from another in Rlorj To tho man who has heard the average stump speaker Mr Bryans eloquence is a revelation gratifying and astounding You may enjoy listening to this man or that His platitudes are highsounding and the phrases which he coins are tickling to the Intellectual palate But there are two very severe tests in real ora tory under which the every day expert almost invariably wilts Come away from an ordinary political meeting and ondeavor to recall the most striking portions of a speech or to line up in your minds oye the general drift of your mans effusion Yon will meet failure in almost overy instance To be sure there will be a rague remem brance of pleasant periods glossy and succulent at the time but it will be difficult to lay your finger on a single lucid train of thought which has vivid ly impressed your mind Another test and one moro rigid still is to read a speech and watch its influence as you read At the time the mans fervidness of manner his flexibility of voice or grace of gesture may have warmed and excited you but you will discover that his sentences in cold type do not waken a fraction of that enthusiasm which prompted you to applaud and approve 80 liberally Everyone who has heard Mr Bryan speak knows that he survives these tests There are very few Democrats 4or even Republicans whom you can approach and find ignorant of the senti ments of tho last Presidential candi date and who cannot repeat some of the most powerful and tense of the utterances which gave them to the world You can pickup a newspaper and read a speech by this same individual and you will find that not an atom of the fire and stimulating properties has paperYouthused just as though the author was pleading in his most sonorous tones and you were occupying a front seat drinking in his marvelous eloquence It hits been proven that these addresses have almost as great a vote aining ability when read in tho quietude of the study as when listened to In the magnetic intoxication of the convention halL In the latter case the speaker Ia3 fluent and his metaphors and figures so lightninglike as to compel your ut most attention for a full appreciation You have no time to digest or question them Count them over the next morn Slug and you will find them just as log ical and impressive as when they were n Now and again you see two women passing down the street who look like You are astonished to learn that yourealizefairestWhyintimatelythe essentially feminine organs that roundfornthavesufiered DrPiercesvigor and vitality to the organs of wom anhood It the complexion bright cheeksNo is coatained in Favorite Prescription DoctorPierceheld as sacredly confidential and an DrRPaYOrite1reocriptl juner80J7also rowtheselfvciantIIwrotepoIIlIlIMW1Tr1 itep P4 PsIl it WYtII i JW i GRANDMA UADnCONSUMPTION and I am afraid I have in herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my losinglcshYour doctor says take care of yourself and take plain codliver Onlythetake it and they cant take it eng It is so rich it upsets the stomach But you can tak- eSCOTTS fiIto plentyfsteadilythereoir recoveryFthey give strength and tone up the nervous system while the codliver oil feeds we and nozrishesASCOTT lc DOWNE ChemistS Ntw York sounded in your ears You will die cover that you have not been dazzled y platform pyrotechnics and that the meat is as wholesome and grateful as was the odor of its production How many public men are there who an lay claim truthfully to these extra ordinary intellectual qualities Itowould be an arduous task to name four or Live in the forum of today That phethose who have made a hiIelongstudy of politics and politicians Atlanta Con stitution The Appetite of a lust Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order Allsuch should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Drug Store 4 INSULT TO AMERICAN WOMANHOOD By an order of the Secretary of the Treasury instigated by a New York skindealer every American woman returning through this port from Europe is compelled to swear as to the nature of the contents of her trunks Her trunks are then searched in an attempt to prove that she is a perjurer The trunksearcher must turn out and shake out the articles in her trunks under penalty of dismissal if they permit themselves to be influenced by her blushes and tears of mortification The searching is done publicly each article of feminine dress being watched by a large crowd of men as it is held aloft andabakenout To this ordeal through which thousands of modest refined American women have been compelled to pass came the other day a woman of whom the less said the better It was found that she had thousands of dollars worth of dutiable jewelry which she had not declared As soon as the Treas ury agents learned who this woman was what a good Republican protector she had they closed her trunks and took them off to the seizureroom of the Appraisers Stores Paper was spread over the glass door of the seizureroom by the obsequious official in charge and then he and the woman and her counsel in strict priva cy went over the contents of the trunks When this work was finished the wo man shown to be a smuggler was not arrestedShe conducted by bowing and scraping United States officials to a private elevator She decended with her retinue of officials to the ground floor and was escorted to a private exit It was raining So a man in the uni form of the United States Government ran through the rain for a block to where her carriage and pair were wait ing He told her coachman to drive to the private entrance and then ran back through the rain to receive any further commands which this woman might deign to convoy through the Treasury agents who were at her disposal Collector Bidwell has censured the officers privately But this is not enough It is a matter calling for a public apology to the thousands of re putablc American women who hay jbeen insulted where this woman was treated with profound deference And the apology should come from Mr Mc Kinleys and that skindealers Secrol tary of the Treasury Lyman J Gage This incident it may bo worth while to state was under the immediate su pervision of Mr Plaits man Wakeman the unfit Appraiser of this port and one of the assailants of New Yorks commerce New York World Discovered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too bYa lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W 0 Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drugstore Succes snratoW G White Regular size BOc and 100 every bottle guaranteed 4 County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Monday Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county 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 Roadsters saddle arid combinoitt horses go to makeup a very attractive part of the program of the Lexington Horse Show Bail and Carnival Aug 8 to 12 Premiums averaging 100 or more are provided for all different ageH and sexes thus inviting and giying to every owner nil opportunity to exhibit for amounts that will wellrepay forth trouble and expouBo of preparing dId eliippipg Iteeidtis the numerous leal Urea of the fair ire jsaehjis to wrrant mt ftl nco br Ill i BHIf AbsMre Victorious The friends of Mr James White this couny former owner of Billy Abshiro will read with pleasure this notice from the Freeport 111 Bulletin July 20 Billy Abshlre sprang the surprise of tloday when he won the 22 Mrot after losing the first Jieat This its only the second race that the threeyearold son of Haxhall has Started in not get ting a place in the 250 trot at the Peoria meet antI when Ryerson piloted tire little sorrel to victory in the three successive heats the crowd applauded especially those on the quarter stretch who were struck with the looks of the CQlt and had backed him heavily Nearly all the other horses in the race were allcampaigners but the little CAst ener wasoo much for them Came Shields took the first beat in 2101 in the 220 trot Billy Abshire had the pole and kept in thread until fty yards from the wire when he roke hilt regained his feet in timo toed therect of the bunch The little sorrel won the next three heals handily in 217 217 2 ISf Billy Al shire is entered in the big- uturity Htako 3000 at Dubuque next mouth and will probably give a good account of himself Mr Gormley informs us that Billy behire is the only colt of Haxhall 220 that has ever been trained Hax hall is the property of Mrs W C Gormlev this cityris 7 years old by Wm L 1st dam by Sultan 2d dam by George Wilkes 31 dam by American Clay Ho was bred by W B Ford of Fayette county and bolor SlOQOIn his twoyearold form Haxhall is entered at Evansville in 220 trot and ther places Mr John B lienault owns a 3year tballpacedTrayuor own two of Haxhalld two ycarolds that have gone very fast miles this season II C Traynor also owns a yearling by Haxhall out of the dam of Dr Hooker that did a halfmile in xlngtou in 110 Word comes from Washington that Senator Deboe is telling the authorities that the election of the Republican ticket in Kentucky depends on his being allowed to name the census supervisors for the State So if Deboe CUlt have his way about it the efficacy of liberal distribution of official pap will be testcltGeof1tetown Times LITERARY NOTES Sarah IJarnwell Elliott has won an envied place in the minds of readers who love simple direct and beautiful fiction She has written nothing mom winning for humor and pathos than FortunesVassals the complete novel of the New Lippincott for August It- si a story of everyday life anywhere in America you olensc but penetrated by qualities that show the romance just below the surface of the prevailing matteroffact Zangwill knows his race as no other living writer and in Noahs Ark in the New Lippincott for August he throws some whimsical sidelights upon an almost forgotten episode of a modern Noah who aimed to Zionize an island near Niagara Falls Before passing final judgment on the South for its lawless acts of lynching it behooves every unprejudiced mind to read carefully Maurice Thompsons paper entitled JudgoLyncbs Court in the August New Lippincott Out of the great West must come the poetry of tho future and in Two Must be Two a passionate lyric in the New Lippincott for August there is heard another prelude of this Western musicS- PANISHAMERICAN WAR PANORAMA is one of the war books which is 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