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thrtsbv KIV lUgOU ex of urxlprinjj KespMtftllly jan3lyr D P AKMER CIRCULATING PBolLER I IIPJr AUQWED MARCH ismis a U BotToM SHOWING COIL D x COPPEREI4 PIPESI MeAa 4hra no U 411 ltb1ttiHKtlu t4hC 2tl H S3 OO LCp r JutguiiPChIt j 11ij t oi4it aboy- prea es rr aldJw nbove liIjid If r r 1 ANNOUNCEMENT FOIt cop 7ctzai I We are authorized to announce 8ANFORD subjectAltCJIAViAUQRto actJoQ of the emocatIcraityi we are autholzecl to DUnN a candidate Ion CouniFcierksubfectto tile action of the 1 We are authorized to announce D It TEVlSa candidate for ClerreubJect to thaction of tbeDpniocrafJc party r VAXKERthe action ofAbe fleuiocrkqcprty Me are authorized to announce M2sf subjectJESSIfcoBnto the action of tho Democratic party FOB SUBEIFP Wo are authorized to announce JOHN F Madiaoacon ciWerorSheriffJjWeGENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison UpartyWDOSsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR OLDHAM CcraticWe are authorized to announce GEORGE Madisoncountyv tt+ WDEATIIERAGE theDemocratic unsubject to the action otthft a Iemo raU Aaeasorf LBAKEUDemocraticfi i ron JAILER 0IAnRISlldTarty ssstheDemocratic oWNESISsubject to the action of the Democratic party HKINSaction of the Deniocratfc party CLACKEYslI bpartyFOB SUFERINTESnENs VWAGERSthe office of Superintendent of County Sthoogtsubject to the action of the Democratic JTIUtheDemratkrTtlEoSON IN THE MORMON PRIESTHOOD 111 ltlllnistlutvvn from the aboxe quotations but everyIhingtoachiugAftarothers with him Brig Youn said swear by the eternal heavens that have uiiHlibathcd my sword and will never return it until the blood of tin prophet Joseph and Hiruiii and thiwe who vero elnin in Mo is avenged Thin whole imtiouU guilty of shediug then blood by uNsetuin to the deed and lJetrayMormoniBin Unveiled 1 1GO They then go sofaras to leach their children tb avenge the blood Of the rojibet Thus tnikinn the whole body tile avowed enemies ot our American people J lIt tilO mob that did this liar ill heeit dead lor many years Judyo Cradltiuauiili biya The lixislators ol mo Territory are The en itoivnuieut oaths bind them to yield an tlltIwadt the Territory His mandates artuperior to nit law The Monnous art iiDatios tliHy will keep their oath to iuIliceUThegQvernlJleuther jmericathu settled portions of our country wihourjieln to become Jc u Our eoplor jusiitu UU Upon arriviug III Utah they peepieleqiluted and they are taught that they JHCIU ither allegieuco oior loveto our govctninent Treason and Insubordi nation are openly tnujlit iNforujon wmUnveilcd POOf Again Apostle Ueo A Smith said The people of the United Slates who oppose our church and people are a mob from the President down and as such it is impossible for their armies to prevail against the saints who have KUthered here iu the mountains Aloniiouism Unveiled P 222 Brig Yollnjrpersuadlng Joh D Let commit the murder at the mountain lIendoVssald And All whodeny the aith and doctrines of the church ol ersus Christ of latter days saints shall e slainthoawordof v vengeance shall hie1 their blood their wealth shall iven as a spoil to our peopleMur uOLflSil Unveiled PX2 nndmaniteere sworn to sustain protect defeut and obey the leathers of the churchuti der any and all circumstances unto I TRY itWomeh suffering from emnl- etrotlbles and weakness and from irregular or painful men notIto sicians are so busyyithCther diseases tJ tf they do not un derstaridv 1 fully the peculiar ailments and the delicate organism of woman Wh at the sufferer ought to do is to give a fair trial to BRJDFELDS f FcmiId keg 1ator jdedQIs thetforroula pf a phylciattf the j higHesj standing whO devot d his Wllole study of the distinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers wives and daughters It is made heningherbs1en provided bya kindly NaturEt tpl pbiNervfl1sDIisf r a ryiITeripgttal A largt L bOtU4 iT ptfaerful amount of good Sol4 by i SeLl ffIuw4 t en Ia sat i VIA i i r ordersllylilgean Outsider Avax puuisliublo by death John it LeebckntIwledetjthalltp wan i It nieiiilir ut the iiIeniiitl list lie wi i htitiiiiahiz1tatlotiiweniy iiietrMomenaiidchililrenwet hull in bl6if After they were iiiiinlered the leaders ol the chiiuh ap j iiiheI d Ireadngainons said The of tinSL h of11II1dtome and told me to give them lo whom I Any isleasedcl t tohisas such Then the audience IhilllloUlldlllikeicamefrom tieuoliublu bchemesall fit tot tl touldtheUMormonPiiesta Lordillcast out devils as iu the good old daR iQuotedt theiru tenly tlble for e 4itherbetter there now Comp J fc D 1 P 244 lIp 1S9 V p ISO c ahalleuge givelitt imiakoheWYouuJAt their 50th jubilteUilllop Luut Kiiil Like a Jra n of mustard med ildeorld Our church has been only 50 years slid yet behold organizedE jubileeWedeuce to the day when we will hold the tatClgoerulnentChisi whatWYThis must bo their true doctrine be JuselhSmithfor President of the Uuiiol States In 103 verse jof their theology e read And by hearkening to ob gheirthekinluIJlSor my feet and the earth is given EmntLia diCutnot tried fur treason Many things quesliontIMormonsexistlugs Ore Iwllrnto protect defend Mild allcircllJIslancet imchurch btiiiare almost equally tied oil Lenre whirl way time Mormon leaders go that is tilt way time election goes Officers are ththeaolllllIlprthe principle Nime of these days our people will wake to u situation that wilt siirprifo them- The Truth in lovoL- KONAKD U KYLK His Life Was SatedtMr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal Mo lately hud a wonder fill deliverance from a frightful death Iu telling of It ho sa s I was taken mlvithiPneumonia My lungs became hard o tied I was so weak I couldnt even sit up In bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard ofDr Kings New lila covery Ono bottle gave great relief continued to use it and now am well a ndstrong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is lie surest and quick Kt cure in the world fur all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 pents and JlOO Trial DrugSioreHOW TO DRESS PROPERLY i IT IS EASY FOR WOMEN TO DO THIS THE PROPRIETIES ARE OBSERVEDT pgowitence between the dress at a hall and oftfglIllceFor large dinners women reserve lubJecttoclosernieniH as ul dances Gloves are removed at table and re suinfid in drawing room or not as one pleaseslbpostftimesirtheirlowuckA hostess shows good taste in Iress ing somewhat more simply than her gUt tM proprlflleswhenn more mlsivo than her eelfSUbadFor church a womans dress while suitable to her station should bean iu 10hlJrgest even by its tastefulness that it has HIlIIcrmuchA at that qualIty expressed ill ilin slang of the clav III well irniutided For driving and coaching we now pracJledutiHtvof btIoWHlintrain or dust July Ladies Home Jour nnl It has been demonstrated hy ex periencH that consumption can UH e OneltIIlIJlelouthedy for coimliH colds croup asthma lunlttroublesCutcs New mal mines are to lie opened at Otueky Cainbuilt f onharmlesstidTlm11mu rnhorroIwas529iQo lailli tJio 1bI lc Perry a adT 01 f LiL = A t tZ l theI Rab Thrive t notisomethlng must be wronawitH its fobdk If the t 9tc1mchts if ti requi cd ftthchnby If baby is not InoUi Nd by its artificial food tncn it requires I SGotls EIflEsnP Ua1 a teaspoonrut thrctlor four times a day in its I bottle will have the desired effect It seems to have a maicaI effect babies 1 oftour Should be taken In summer as T yOSCOTT DUWNEChtmlstsrWYOrLt BIGGEST SEASON IN THE HISTORY OF ESTJLL COUNTY hVERYBODY HAPPY hcdiorTliii will be the biggest season in the hNtoiy of Sprinjs There are one a ii nearlyllmonth of August I would advise those ho wish to spend any time herein the ve weeks to write at once and engage eir quarters The pIH hero this summer are per- tlyfe charming anti the som4iil features alfyio are woith time price of admission Soinuof limo imidat prominent people in Cetiira Kenluckv are hore Ith niiiu her from Ohio They came to trace a onul time and enjoy themselves in n tnple sensible wily and that Is what tlniy mire doing o FllpntlllEtJ I nmiti wonder Six young men from Cincinnati 11 p arimeworth liKtening to There is nothing goodflUrsptillinlt anti tormenting all the trnrv kind I thought last rear conC 0immainambUinn POPJIS to be to Rfil a high urJlnsIIg now and I want to sit right upolllhebeAlltifll1 etS and dream ilrp ms and see visions I nm Footheil mid rested by this phiice an I am by no other spot the w gorlilmi loptivat Kstill ton long however as I would like the lotoseatelB forget home friends and country bItt bheytheyhavApilrh in and eat anything bread vege tables desserts etc and eat suppers IiitidiuaInot do them the least bit of harm Ii Jtifl etring atomic liP mere Well Juvemsk ilip is progressing ainrrilv and if times summer girls and summer boys Htanil to their bargains I expect tiiat thn price of white goods flowers and liolentlythiliis about the prettiest timling on earth anyway and no wonder the men ca pitmilmite That is I always think so until I see these simian adorable crea lures in the full ot eVfnin dreeslighted our eyes on Saturday 3vening when time young people mad n charming little German will re fmninopminc march until midnight all too soon Honed the revel The long row o f spectators enjoyed it Fcarce less the merry dancers themselves huiSe who participated were Mcwlames Smith Aloseley Miss Ijiuraes ppper AII lilt Johnson Louise Va Vimmkie Fannie Hampton Marie Hnmpt n8ue Uiickner Hesslfl Snhar Ethellrlmomas Messrs L IL Bush j W Bush T Mi Hampton JaR Philips Win Sphar Julian Van Win PayneThompsonraw ccft I always tnJce great pains to bring a 8prinlt8bnlaround a few times after break ast and it is dinner after dinner take few minutes and go and get some sal phnr water and it is supper time Then ifuir supper adjourn to the hat room for what seems to mo to be about a quarter of an hour look at my watch ste5 it is tell oclonk and walk ofT to beel thinking How in the world it is that I cant get any reading done1 V UlnnyllIltIullljrtalk to them and to commune with the great miuds of the past at soum period when you cant he with these flesh and hiJd folks I have hewn in tie world quite iv mug time smith it in IJIY4ltlilJer ultt ioiuiiliDii thatof till the nice thing on tine earth agreeable people mire the nicest They mire ptill feeding me on all tIne delicacies the win Mflord until I feur each ineal that 1 will bo ftmmler ed I thought that Perm after nI while tile provisions would rua simon hut they seemed to be on thu increase Ho kIPIIhp rpetual mystery to me uuiiisa they are in this business for their health VAs time season advances the inarter jnuUlply and the coming fortnight pr niiseb to be one of uui versa interest bowlingpattiest occulidUIIMolIly 0 there PartyinGatman a great gathenn ot Kentucky Iwautv and chivalry IVednesilwy evening Theatricals in- thi ball room etc Valcauie rH lit Inll Are grand but Skin Kraptioj rub lilt of Joy UiickleaV Arnica Saljlo cures thj 1nIlIF Old RuQnlng n Fever 8 Corus1rtUuapped Hands GhilMainn cst Pilo cnje on earth Drives out Bains and Ahs Ollr2 coBlft a iJr Cure j g imomesfist 1l I ALL AGAINST EMPIRE ML Sterling Democrat It was wholly in keeping with the ICIJHU8Citypublicans should hiiVe proiiipllj fol owed Democratic lead and nominated Bryan for President and Steveawn for VJcePresiderit of tine United States It is probable also that the Populists will within a short time withdraw their VicePresidential canuiilate or rather that Mr Towne himself will resigna from the ticket and that tt vemmson be nntned iu his place If this shouldo e datie there would be Jret ime first time iu American history tlm spectacle of three political parties entering a national campaign same national ticket Time spirit which makes this remark lnie occurrence likely is the American which demands first and fore- oit the preservation of American and institutions Mr Mo Kinlnvs imperil policy has so stirious y endangered the Republic that there can be no with the issue of imperialism It is indeed the paM mount issue of the campaign as the ringing declaration in the Democratic National platform proclaim It must be met now It must be settled now for good and all Other questions must be put aside until this great question upon whose proper settlement tine safe ty anti very existetire of the Rnpublic depend is disposed of The same Americanism of Pl1pnlistulltilmperlttlttHtlublicaIJ8 Republicallsagainst Mr McKlnleys policy of Emil p keepimmi Uheyo w theyillagainst imperialism by voting loran antiimperialist Kepiiliacn ticket Time duty which they see joufronting them Is an imperative American duty Mark Hanna ins vet something to armn oflhe charalter and temper of merican men The old American lterublledearcans The thought of Empire III tIne place of the Republic is inexpressibly repugnant Time people of this great tlaillgSfurswift and sure to hurl from power thn Haiinalzed which seeks to wreck the nepllhlicJor the building of an empire STOCK AND FARM Minnetipohisiimiket of the Northwest at fully 100000000 bushels Hog in tin AVost for tine week aggregated 440000 head time same s in the like week last year Xince atcim there has been an increase of 210000 head Live stock receipts at Chicago for last week aggregated LM90UO head hogs 131000 cattle JlOCO shepp 72 00 Last year they were 280000 heath IwepIHCOUNever before in the history of Kansas has the wheat crop beeu as abund ant as it is tlm present year The harvest is in progress and all time men women and children in the State who c be drafted into the nrmy of hiirves t ers lire busy from daybrtak till dark cuttmgbinding and stacking thegolden raiumSDuring thIrp year ending Juno 30 1SI America rxporlui 125 WWUK btibliuls of wheat and II ur us wheuthtr auimnur year in this line Murray of Price Currant Migge ts tine 1oSsi exporthisrealizes as a good manv others do not prOducthcFollowing are the Farmers Home jourmnals quomatlimils for mnmiles ill its 1last incite To bring limpet prices mules llU8 be choice and fin to seven heavyfto 151 hands 75 to 90 101 to 1C hands heavyiSome of tIne holses in my section are nllliitHIiwith a peculiar malady said Mr John Stun Carpenter to Tlie Times ami ai present I have live unfit for use When taken they usually lost their evenight am tine i0iV ansi legs a weiltuittmmciiorlimouis properlloii Several farmers ii the neiyhlHirhooti above ine have lost their annuals hut none lave ieti in my neighborhood yet4 Allen County Times An editor in a nearby district asks ur proposals from the inerchantH of the town to famish him a pair of socks a bushel of potatoes and live vards tnt calico contract to awarded to time lowest bidder He saR this is the way they do business with him when they want two dollars worth of job workynthiana Democrat IIALTS use A man with a thin head of hair is marked man But the big H AIRbald spot the kind of mark most t men like- Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd and all unnecessary p Healthy hair shows mans strength To buildup the hair from I the roots to prevent and to cure baldness a a FAWIIrviori It always restores l grayhair4 word lays And 2 it curesdandruff I eUIejAM 1aW MylmsiatM call CM out amon jI BnaiiEers a deaL I would actually feet anhamed etery timj I would take bat tetll was jo thiS sad the bald spew fhowfrt to Iilfllnlj I itegRu tine of yowf less than thre t In ToylAndlJuYllat laa4tItelloyeryOOdyt It rntt be ii remedy OroRARL- Dcc jU Thu Chicaio JlW han a book on The lIsle Scalp whttk we will seed Ml eit If yFd o SOt obtoift si ibu- enrtitl tM tract tW th1JftAi VOS- OAE T1 pft 1eMIaI5 il r IiIii1i NEE ITIE Q r tlrEI Waterand Lighteiv Seo Jo RIFFE arid havo hint io put you in a firstclass sanitary job of Plumiing in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High GradES Cup Pump Keeps on hands ll kinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and descriptionff j coufttyr1withfliimiiing Wind Mills Main St Richmoncf Ky LockBox 173 I have 20000 feetof the Best Quail ty of Hose for sale at reduced prices 1113123m ++CALL AT + + + + dJ llSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND K- YRernember That I have purchased the stock of groceries recently owned by Mr J M Asbill near N Depot and ain now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L G0TT n- IltnKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificlilly digests the food and aIds in strengthening and recrjn struct ng the exhausted or gans ltlstflelatestdlscovcrcddigest- ant tonic preparation can approach it In efficiency It In stantly relieves and cures HeartburnFlatulence SickneadacheGastralglaCrampsand imperfectdlgestlonPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas RI ftn FOR WEAK MEN yrcand aultkly Kcw f Perfrct U tha rtult of 10 tri us cl rCuEKEHO ynRnemca TrlllrvpJn tliilrlost ruinlItl and 01st Mon croforthtCairfr1ihiCircular i free Addrcan the American office of BoRLlEUx rici 0tY ro For salt by Perry Thomas eptl3ly For Sale I 175 Acres uf Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweling with eight 8X rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered ill good state of cultivation church and school houses convenient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE rnchKtf White Hall Ky POPULAR CHEAP EXCURSION JMABi MLS Thursday August 2 BIG 4 RQUTE My 7W Kauri Trip From CINCINNATI AIIXANBB BAY Islandsjhly Rte IncfudhgdateI x t 101t riwho1UNI1ublIcthe nat ral route to vIa BWtwenkna nFuU Infonaatton iBsHMo leflBl caobe Irom BfjrFour c od WARt Y LYNCH V PIEpE- UcnllamTktAgt AOPl7Al- j lNIiU OeBl J Ct fAT1 9X Ir- J 1 x rn vi AGENGYFORTHEemi 71i1 0 1 i AMERICAN ALL mud contraction ti Itaei wires used al ways of uniform tTtialty iKcvcrgocJ wrong no 3 riattcr r i how great a strain f r j I I iarvifcoa it D ujiot MIKH iriutihitc but DOES ZlIlIftJl f = cttlclCntly TtRN + j CATTLE HORGES HOGSANII PIGS STEEL- WOVENWIRE FIELD FENCE tI rMadJofOnlyflcstfleiecmcr WOOlHAJIIOIr ai4m4 Atlii Pi J a iII CJ IEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED t BY THE MANUFACTURERS CALL AND SEE IT Can shorn you fxmt it cJJillsaVt you money and fence jur fields so they Will STAY FENCED I I Ir We have a few Refrigerators and Ice Boxes + which we will sell cheap FOR CASH We are Fp agents for the Kentucky Drill the best on earht tc DB HA KELF RD i OMFATJ IfMMN STREET RICHMOND K4c+ ec 3IeIeHeH Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPlnETlu Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite 4+4 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY t+ ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on Iiniul ofhllyerslnrtiosIivimmcon application fW YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDwl J M ES T HH7VULTON Proprietor t r tr GIVEN 4 AW AXT 1 Pt1JJi-pEAR MADAM zC 11 We have on exhibition a few 3pieces of handsomely oratedt hand 5 painted china at our store which C we intend giving away free to our customerstour on goods NiIl remain the same This purposeif44 the people that we truly appreciate Q their patronage This ware is rapidly taking the Lplace of White Granite or Iron Stone t China It has that soft white vel vety finish f is of the finest quality 5S 1ctcnlatest patterns and have been designed s to meet the tastesof the mpst fas- tidiousr 1 J It is only by our guaranteeing to use a large quantity of this ware that i I jSf we hare been able to get it at a price rC that p f ts in within the reachof all Qtjtt assortment consists of Cups ffi and Sitticers Pie Plates Breakfast PlatesDinner Plates Platters Coy cred JDfehes Cream Pitchers Sugar rBowls Tea Pots and everything relse wiich goes tc make up a FINE M sir OF DISHESV Weamest1y mvite you to calland c inspect it when we will cheerfully 1 give yptt full information P 4ttt EV ELDER Ii 4 1 RpiMO xY- I 4 iii zTI1 The Richmond Climax 0 J C CHENAULT Troprietor A D IttIl In anager Co E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY AUliUsT WOO jT PVBLTht1YZ1IJtThekD4cflAY in I The Climax Printing Co PRICK KH VJCAIl 15O i f r DEMOCRATIC TICKET i1111Jnt11 iOr KBBBASKA POle VICE TKESIDRX- TADLM E S KVEXSON- OP ILLINOIS luIIJ 6 W BECEUAM or NILSON ron coNoas I RON OEO O GILBERTiOr ANNOUNCEMENT i vL sOnOOL SUPKBInSCDDT Jra 1ubllo Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party Li1 TUB amiable and excellent editor ul the Jeswunlne IuuritnItIarryMvCart3f i9ee 1ieithlfiit of the l entuck lrel8 locntloll To oonatimmate organization and with it unity rif purpOKe and act ion nth great slilerHtnin tbat all demo crata fcbouM labor to nttnin THE editor of the rsteemed Valle iw rgnI prllllll a long article on tile fjorniWfi nC Millionaire wliioh hliowrt Unit we have iligtiiiguished olll jiuuy III our trmilileH i UJIATH the matter with Ixjvvrv lot Congress oil the Republican ticket All the other Civil Lihertyite scelnu to- hiudouIW1 to meet Gilbert Ixiwry rlll J Ii 1rrthV1it NuTJuviJIt iicKItev iiu or ITlictuitui n1stra linn niuds to lie bloli d out Paitta just place his words antI hii deeds in ItIraI 1nhiiuIus nnd yenio crate ivvJlUilycoMcKinlQV UIot r out hij owitreconl To win in NovetnIrwe must be alrl In oraranitiiion there in union iI T it iitfIII IstII IiruuIu titrwigfllAlWIlt viciory flirpUgltsr u tmq nU IItlill anti hnrlllolll tlint iikei lf1filt- Otllblo In plIti S llhulltllrlIl1lz lion thllre ix weallion coiifiiriinii pur hal disrord aiiil Htnf nnd po niblv defeat Without urbanization a niHJur ity evmi limy III 4lIIlIn- JMo111Ir iMmliKon He upend itliiliV in evury Jr fiiiri lal Tor xpiMkels Virtnry i hut lo lie achieved without rllIJ tril ldc nglillst a cunning 111 orlul and unscrupulous adversary III league with corporate wealth trusts and iinporinlixm bamled together in an uiiholv alliance to place under contri billion tit inilustncs of the country and n1kslavqs of American freemen Mighty lire the forces against us un limited their menus and Hushed now urn they with their nutionnl success in but tliiw is IIIi crtiise for dismay A mllrlcuu III II Itooll in strongcir thallall- thOtfhUrr frnlvrlmlly arrayed in the cause ofHburty DEATHS MIANKS Iiinhard Shunkti aged about 83thid omMimptioii ycistur tiny ut tho residence of IIIN smtor Miss Ida on Tiian iteok avenue DeuetismV was a jood hrurted boy haul working and was lila own wqrst tiiiiiiuy t lint H year agu hn full from nu Diniiilitis und nev r recovered from the ifiiuryi Jturial today WotiosW Mr Clarence E Woods was Muitiiiotiwl to Chicniro lust week by use ileutli of his brother John David Wootls unmarried need 41 who lied of con umplioii IlirtuI nt Lebanon Ky t eea ed was the fifth wttl ol Maj4r Thomas Clelnnd Woodsileceaited iv Mexican fiildier in Capt Phil mpllnyfirMirliaH WiMiIs rsott of John Wiimls and EIiziIetII Worsun the former win horn iu Irnland in lUSt first settled iu Ioiiusylvaiiia then in Alhemarle iiiutlty Va Michael Woods Jr Samuel Woods Sr nnd Jr nnd James Harvey Woods were his dcscenriants SOIIH of tliinn settled in Madison conn ly KV and among their decendauts ale the Capuriorm and Guodlocs No roceptaule mnd has IIlIfl Iii nt tr iixth to resist biirbting tower u frezm water T CILfeXINGiON KY WE DONOT CLAIM bS iI fiAVtrn inouow1ly on nil the low jiriEEjJljjn taring this month we Wrufnlyari ijiiotint shine rpinnfk il ftgitB jX SJB4T jiEATHER DINING CHAIRS JsialxpUtbetn llib ifjpinnl Mricq WfU t4 00 qow 263 ca1psTDnid CHAIRS s to l2llii pacii lotiit JJ yif tlV ln1 lch1 lieae art rliniri vgrtli twito the momy BOOK CASES S lntlIhil l erliiLr alrpl 1lId I values ThiBy aro In iilUl llcfitcr- AflimlcI A Wpak limn jiliti rst xjyle c ciullri for but the design flui Ii au Iitih iufJou 14 rIght anl fbdpri- sIuitInII s j Iall4f Or 2IO fecIW 11 O 5l OiPfl Chamber Suite for SOO lI ilviiiJ triJni y fiVjailr tI buyiow Miksquitplthra Till upOn end AJy i ninla new stock leo f 1 ieF1Brower Co1 I 1N ANI Bn ADY CcrI JTi 4 ixr- t IlL Yr JtI 11iiu t RSOI11IMr A D Dr G W Evrfns iSat hobo from Irvine inhicagoilK Frank French ia in Middlesboro oil business Mr C W Tribhle of Louisville IsIviiiilhiK Ills parents Stonej1I1Loolnillejwashlre TLiii 8 rof Jessamiue Is visiting relatlveliare Mr John CofTman of Nicholas vllle w1ter FIday f1I J TAVIIS SVllkesiour visltinKJhelU flusQlI 4 MN Ellen Tnrloy is in Lexington vRfliig her sillier Mrs Land spentlastW T Chonault of fihelbyville is vibitioK his brothers in thli county Miss Mamie McRoborto of Danville isthl guest of Mrs D B Shnckelford- Mi s Nettle Scrivener is visiting her brother Hurry Kcrivener at Wiuchea ter Mr Lncieu Burnnni is visiting hu randpuientH Mr and Mrs C F Uur until Mr Redmond EUPllc Lair of Cyn TteUliutockMrs WiUIain Dillon and little daugli tef of LIviuiKton are guests of Mr P IL Uroadduo MiKgeK Duvie and Hattie Letcher are rUiiini Mrs Kuthurfurd Douglass Nicholasvlllo Miss Laura Lynn is at home from a leliglitful vMt to Mrs Lila Chenault iny III Clutk j MrAVjn Evans of Lexington was the guest of Mr aiid Mrs D K Tevia during the fair Mm Louis Tn ld and Miss nettle French ate in Cyntliiuua the guests of Mrs T A Unmet Mr Me Roberts and Miss Sue Mc aiiIMreTr ThslwrijI IJnvllle are visiting Mr theCjiilat Muskeuon Mich Mr Jon S Itice the best agent be- tweeli 1II tlllIud New Orloaua epeut a ifgwdnys hyre Jastwwjk r Mffwiw Miry HnrnM fuiitli and EyePlyn Mmiili lit vIIiting1IiSar6 loe Mclitoll in ViniheHter Mr iswell W Tribhle spent sever II tlavs with hilt piireutH lr nI111 Mrs IQudfey Trlbblo il weeks J Mr Marenin E AVoodsrotnrnVd on brotherJohnlHr M Henton und children have rftnrneil to Winchexler after a weeks visit to Mrs Currail C Smith SdaughterGentry are sojourning In Estill andhtughiterutter a months stay in Missouri Mr and Mrs Win II Shanks of Stanford are vinitinc Mrs Shanks par onto Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin Mia Betmie A Jonps of Spears Jes samine tonntv was thin guest for the past week of Mr and W S Jones BIarwanwith their father MIl B Ballard ills Elizabeth Luxon who has been the iriiKrt of MiLauraLiixon returned to liei liouio In Lexington Saturday MIsKp Mary Coyle and Lena Stivers art at home from national conven Nomucagierenim MM Richard CobbSr and Mrs Joe returnedhomePhelps CellaSagearllnd RevsLKyhe L Misses Minva Phelps Laura Berftietl antI Matlie who have lx en aliroad for several mouths came home FridayftMsS E Scott Is qiIAinin her brother lr Xiuu Jones 01 Fleininpuburjj a well remembered old C UboyMiss Colien the attractive sis ter of Mr Mat S Cohen was united in marriage to Mr Millet Stone of Ver sallies lasUThursday Mr R C Hatte of CJlavsrille wns the Kiiest of Mr W C French last week He was accompanied homo by Miss Bettio French AsJ Thomas M Oldhprn returned wberhed sister who lately lust her husband Mr Hundley 5imie1tomt MistKathueritmoof the heaL Kubtorii Truiuint txjhools will open a kinderxarteiv in ihe Hobtiuii buildinxon september a 01Fulton SFrankCBronaughJcsiuitninu peoplementIweek All report a delightful time and speak in terms of praise for tllllrpareoluiake the occasion enjoyable atfalr Washilljllonmunship of the branch Government slonalLIbnry OQhefortiture on the hotel registero3 ilnughterhiss lifHamburgIvwa rptiHin of iMr Hislo was born ando hlcefpavinhas amassed u vast fortune rcturrieolfrolDilts timersMrwithifriendsIticbinond where lio will spend a week withYriends l exingiou Herald July VJ MothersclubMtk Ti J Smith Jr Several mpv niMinbors were enrolled Vito Club met there yesterday the regular Tu bdai meetiuKdHy After J3eJltewtwr 1 th uie tinKS will be held the commodi hitiubsonMr and MrsS tf ifoberley gave a UeliJhUuldi ler larrS eyeii PIwere Withlacestill Messrs Thus Pickos Rlchlllltld HunterJRIIICItltaileford Sun ifnT Hoott Little of Louisville IK in the midst of u weeks delixhiful VUCH tliiti hiter eight month of closest nt inLouliiLriulsvihlto our pretlictions be has impressed hte worth upon his employers andnoW nothing s too good for him tjclah 0 0000iJNew Zealand has nowsent KMtlV 2000 meu to the front in South Africa jarIimneumt ahhhpg kelllnJrlOOI N MJf1be4 f r j t wt IuteyDCfplteJ r was a success in eve1e his in NJcrelnryLetcher and his tto I hoC cersgrcat credit Is due for ressful nfiinaeenient of the allft ctillonipany will declare II divldeml FIRST DAY V Silk quilt Miss Lillian Bvbee MyersLunch Mrs ittja Mrs C E Woods I Duilies six embroidered Miss Mamie Pickels Miss Mayme Bald win lrsJamesEmbroidered laundry bug Mrs L MSofaMiss Eva Roberts Lnce hand kerchief Miss Maymo Baldwin Mrs Duvis Specimen of Battenberg luce Mrs Davis Mrs CB Johnson Suubonnet Mrs C D Chen ault Hemstitching Mrs R P Fox Mrs E M Willis Specimen hand painted china Miss Bessie Turley Mrs C B Johnson Hand painted china plate Miss Earl Chenaut Miss Bessie Turley Landscape III oil Miss Bessie urley Specimen water color MissP Mary Leo Colyer Mrs Jo Jojilin Handsomest baby under 18 old Mra Fred Hix Mrs atMoynehian Loaf wheat bread salt rising Mrs L P Todd Mrs Will Ar bnckle Loaf wheat bread yeast rising Miss Rosa Alverson Mrs L P Todd Pun of rolls Miss Ella Bigger staff Mrs B C Potts Best loaf of bread Mrs D H Myers Mrs Cal Snyder Jelly cake Mrs Will Arbuckle Marble cake Miss Bessie Tur ley Sponge cake Mrs Cal Snyder Mrs T J Curtis Cocoanut cake Mrs H IL Pickels Mrs J C Chenanlt Chocolate cake Mrs H R ickels Mrs Wilt Arbnckle Nut cake Mrs D H Myers Jur crab apple jelly MrsD B Shnckelford Mrs D th MyersBJur grape jelly Myers Mrs A E Carse Jur strawberry preserves Mrs J D Dykes Mrs Cut Snyder Jar cherry preserves Miss Em SnyderJur Cal nyder Mrs D H Myers Lir cucumber pickles Mrs John Baldwin A 2lvorsonJur extracted honey Mrs John Baldwin HARNESS HORSES Best stallion under 1yearold M F Arbucklp W A Arbuckle Best stallion 1yearold und under Guy BrosT A Ar buckle Best Htullion 2 years old and un der 8 Irvine Azbill E C Ward Best stallion a years old und under 4 W M A G Jones Gay BrosBover C Cunn T T Crenshaw Best saddle stallion any ago the get of Walking Denmark Ben Dmicnn H M Hnniloi Best inure under 1 year old Milt S Cohen W A Arbuckle Best mare or gelding 1 year old under 2 Frank Maupin Farris McCord Best mare or geld lg 2 years old and under 8 W A Arbuckle J Wade Walker Best mure or gelding 8 years old and under 4 W A Arbuckle Gay Bros Best saddle mare any nge 100 John T Hughes McElwaine W T Wilmore Gay Bros SUMMARY AliceFrazier2 1211 elrctu15 1 64 Evelyn lJird42 3 4 2 Brook6042Estrella 3 Ninetta 5 4 5 Sdr War Dance7 7 7 dr Time 223 230 225 2251 227 Sccoud Itaco MlnnioIsigrlgg311 dFrogtool2Slipper Sal t5 4 4 amueLk45 dr Time 244J 240 2801gSECOND DAY Trio of Plymouth Rocks two hens one cock Mrs JM F Ar buckleTrio Silver Laced Wynndottes two hens one cock Mrs Tom Baldwin Mrs Belle RackerATrio Buff Cochins one cock Mrs W A Arbuckle Trio Leghorns two hens one GBTriQ Black Minorcus two hens ini cock IL L Elkiii Trio giunes nay variety two hena one cock Sid Taylor Trio Indian Games two hens ne cock Mrs YA Arbucklo Puir White Pekir ducks R L Elkin MayCollinsBoar under 1 yr oldfV F MorganBrkshiire old W F Lillard Berkshire sow any ego W F Lillard Itorkhhiro boarattv age W F lillurd elierkhiireW F Lillurd Sow Uiulor 1 year old W F Lillunl HS tG MrgaufcHour till V F Lilian 0 Iiany ng 11 S G M organ 8AUDLE hOuSES Best niaro under 1 VAILr old Harris Yliit Mat S Cohen isest mure or gelding 1 yoar old and under 2 Furris McCord Horace Beatty Best murn or ultlillg 2 years old un l tinder 8 H Parrish Best mare or gelding 3 years oldI and under 4 C T Sundige GILYI Bros Dust mare or gelding 4 years od and over O T Sundige MeEt womb BuleS geldinghown t aBIsTanciest inmo t W M Pow Ilohii W Tarley uiett ro ttJr itttllion any ago I IrOorlIey 0011111- fllio Wl M YW o galdiug tl I t 1 WI if old and over 0 TSnn Pli abgen Best saddle stallion any age T Sao 1lge W A Moore J T Creiisliiwi smiMAur- Affio B 2111ItullCrt B41238M v8 4483f loheTin Minister t1vfls inTime 224 225 222 224 225 T SUMMAlir JlhGtP klrvruL 1 C lalarenceEllie IiseBcsilo Brmvn i eds lss Olts l ds Time285 2871 SUMMARY Ilossie Higgins 2 1 1 roxy1P 83 8 Kara Avis 82 2 8 Time 327 237 2221 223t TiltED DAY Plat of grapes John Doty Plate of Punches J A Higgins C T Wells 1eok of new Irish potatoes Mrs B C Potts Trim Deather age Halfdozen cucumbers Elmer Deutherage Mrs D H Myers Three heads of cabbage Jas earson E Deatherage Peck of tomatoes SrN Mob orley Mrs John BaldwinLPeck of Simmons T P Boudiuot Largest gourd Joe Bogge Mrs W 1DozenBoggs Mrs John old Baldwini D 5eatheragnBottle Kentucky grape wine Mrs G B Parley Miss Mollie F LTwoGormley Mrs SnyderIHomemade cheese Mrs G B Turley Mrs Dr Hockaduy Freezer of icocream Mrs John Ballard Mrs Potts Frtezer of Sherbert Miss Bessie Parley J J Embry Halfbushel wheat W E Lux on Kit Covington Jr Best suckling mare mule T J Curtis Shelly Taylor Best suckling horse mule M Arbuckle Jr Best suckling colt the get of rynn Boyd Mat S Cohen W A ArbuckleBest and colt AV A Ar buckle Mat Cohen SADDLE HORSES Best stallion under 1 year old W A Arbuckle Tom Laugford Best stallion 1 year and under Gay Bros Dr Hockaday Best stallion 2 years old and under 8 1 Bales McElwaine G T Sandigft Best stallion 3 years old and un GIlYDrosBest stallion 4 years old and- over 0 T Saudige J T Cron shnw Best walktrotcanter mare or gelding Wilmore Ware Best saddle gelding any age 100 John T Hughes Bales GuyBrosSUMMARY A oliceB rook5electo2 ary5M 332 Estrella 4524 Time 220 225 225 225 8U3- 131A1Ypurt1S Ethel It22 Lillian UeeCJ3 8 Everlasting 4 4 Time 137 185 FOURTH DAY High acting stallion mare or gelding Bales McElwaine geldingeldingJBest walking stallion mure or gelding T J Powers Charlie Dunn ROADSTER SWEEPSTAKES Best stallion mare or gelding any age Dick Fox Mrs W C Gorin hey ageBnlesigo Best stallion any age C Calm Mrs Gonnley Beat saddle stallion mure or- elding any nge 100 W A Moore C T Sandijw Mat d Cohen McElwuine Bales SUMMAUY The Minister I I 1 1 1 2228 4 8 MaryTracey 4 3 Timc2221 221t 224 SUMMARY1 uyYorLunc818 8211aragon 22 31 122Mary 1 8U 2 8 8 tlr Tiniii29k 2251 229 2S9i 23U 2 602821 j SUMMARY Nigger I 1 1 Miuuio Isigrigg2 2 2 1 1i1113S 8 8 Timer283 2Jih 287 RELIGIOUS The Union services for the summer were eluded with the sermon by Rev J K Smith at the Methodist church last rutidnv night services at nil churches liHreafter on Sunday nights except tho Presbyterianhimiuclms be month of August- A very bapoy meeting drew to a elope last Sunday niKlitut the Chrilltllt- nchurchwhich meeting was conducted thisplaceanc1JThe people were greatly benefit ed by the eloquent eermoim of these two divines and hope to again havu the tlllNUIITime ErA Inspectore uuioa is the latcflt one in go Catank ItMCUt4 with rocl j piKiioim as theycan not each tho SCat of the disease Catarrh U a blond or constitutional sease and in order to cure it you must take internal renieilles HallK UaUrrh Cure ie taken internally and acts direct IJltlufaceHallsbyoiueotthebeityean4anclis a regular prescriplloti It icomposed of the heat known combined with the best blood purifiers cthugdlreetlyon ttiemnucoaasanfaees perfect cotobiuatioit of th two iA yredtaiU wbt iKodncw Mick wee rllitrelMirOr I0KJCJfXY Coj1ttpr 0 ftnidbr eHUEaDiliy rilistbe o j i uiDr- Monlcai Deputy SIrl rrjl b out recovereU from hisseriou Ihtess- d is shaking bands witluisnafly friends 1 BI TJBUILD Tij rItt The undersigned will receive sealed bids to baUd three miles of turnpike from Whit ck Station on the I II IL R R to the Ran- ckyrider near ninuth of Silver Creek from ow until AUKtiit 20 ivoo at which t1me all bids will be opened and contract let to the lowest and beat bidder The bidders are re quired to bid by the mile and the divisions will be known sit one two and three miles the mile next to Tales Creek will be known and desig nated as the flrt mllo and next second and stthlrd mile The bids will be opened bammittee composed of Tames Jones Dona urros and William Saunders and they re rve the right to au or all bids If sent by mall mark MASTERS angl3w Baldwin Ky Public Sale On Salirlay iipsl 4th Scsi at 2 oclock p m on the premises I will sell at Public Auction 39 LOTSthe Dillingham Addition viz ots 9 and 27 in Block 2 Lots J4 J5 16 J7 J8 2J 22 and 28 in Block 3 Lots 126 JJ 2 J4 24 and 25 in Block 4 ot J 5 in Block 6 Lots 3and s in Block 8 Lots 3 4 and in Block U Lot 5 in Block 3 Lot 2 in Block J4 Lots 23 27 29 and 31 in Block J5 ot 8 in Block J 6 Lots 7 and in Block J 7 Lots J 7 18 19 20 21 26 and 27 in Block J8 Terms liberal andmade known on day of sale G W EVANS Agt OUR PATRONS are amongst the people who have been freedfrom the pain caused by decaying teeth OurSUPERIOR DENTISTRY work luis proved a boon to thousands All operations are conducted on scientific principles Modern methods and unlimited facilities insures succss in every case descriptionsf dentistryOffice door to Government Building in Hobson building Office open all nightASK OUR PATIENTS DR V H HOBSON 7877 Richmond Ky H r u1 n m ar l r TUe GReAteST Iniproycinent OP TnB l AGe Chutverygreat deal easier with this Separator- It does away with expensive machinery and quires no power or fuel to run it No farmer with two or more cows can enanewaafl WWWflJ afford to be without one Manufactured In three sizes Nos i 2 und 3 prices 800 1000 and 1OO each liberal discount ta Agents Agents wanted in every county Write at once to Ed S Cushman CEXTlJfVILL1 IA jne27CmSOUTHERN RtIILWIlY KZNTt1iY CoixJenwd Sekedtl In Erect Mir 23 1900 No3L9OipmArlaoipmArWESTDOOHIX Na 0 NailNa tapmArKamArAI LouUTlllo tooIOIIm 740pm 50am XJUSTBOVHD WESTBOUND Vo Hiyattl RTATIOKS NoTl2Na lT 400pm VlAam Iff Lculivll Ar T40pm IU40am Lpm laooam Br LarnebteAr 630pm 810am Vcnam730pmE4STBOCKD WZSTBOCKa i4OOPEJIpm 810am Lv SbclbrllAr 010am Spm oPDI1tOpm740pm UJOamlAr Georgia Lv tWain 310pm RASTBOCKIX WE3TBOC3D tNo C to STATIONS tNo I tNo S iijiaamCOOtJDIItIpmLlXpm U Irvine Lv IMpm aLLouisviiie14aaumAr Iextnjton It045aia laxipm Ar KnoxTllle 700pn 7 2am 1mopmArAr JacUscoTlllo 9am riiArlt55amtpmAramArflIrminhnmlRpm PiOpmArNo 3 through slecptne ear tx uUTllle to Dir Blncnom via Lexington anti Cbattano g Na 6 free obicrvatioa chilrcar Loulsvlllo tolexlnzion 4LoutavitlaNo ulcoplnecar Dlrmlnebam to Ixiulsvlllo Ia Lexington All trains between Louisville Lexington aa4 Burgln ddtJ- Iktween 1Uiellnnd QeorRCtown sos is and ISUaily NoN 67 atnj ilall jbztept Sanday lUeaioBd1yexcept Sunday OicMittailyK TSO WO J4 VF OK tM JoW1TXKOPWW rlIIIwwU LA u Uf f rr Nr l ICEfI Setled proposal for llgbtlnit the cttJlof TlIctiinondiKT tar a period of one 3 And S 11fars from Octber 1st riicelnd and open ed at the office ol theMsyor la RlchmondKj at 12 oclock noon on the first ondar la Beptem her 1900 The right reserved to reject any or allpropol4 CtAUDE SMITh MIir c B PAILTON Clerk JSJulln I 7n c = EXECUTORSNOTICEAll the estate of R H Ricf deceased will present theta properly verified to D M Chenault Executor before the let of Sept 1000 or samo will be barred D Jil CHENAULT xeo FAIR VIEW SEMINARYA School Year Bentis September 18th 1000 to Continue Forty Weeks t+Affords all the comforts and ndvanta ges of homo life vith the opportunity of obtaining a liberal Ladles of culture and refinement are chosen as teachers mind their intercourse with the pupils out of school is of groat benefit Full Course of English Including the Scion cua Latin French German Higher Mathematics Elocution Physical Culture ladyfitted++++ tauJhrinthe departments in the school For terms aiid further information address HA lL WATBRM i WASHINiTONGROVE MD lajuiti i 1 t It f Ji CLOTHING CASH COST I A few Suits yet remain in our stock We are deter mined that they shall go They go at COST and that means for less than we could now replace them They are r wellmade stylish cut correct fit and will please you Blacks t Blues Browns Greys and mixtures for colors and Seirges Worsteds and Cassimeres make up the lot Light andf medium weight goods all of them i foj MENS SUITS 300 for regular 450 Suit 375 for regular 550 Suit 550 for regular 750 Suit 600 for regular 800 Suit regular regular Corduroys regular Our lady friends will find here a stock of goods suited their needs the same money saving prices as heretoforett i yd Bcrkleys Cambric No 60 regular 12 grade 7 l2c yd regular JOc Bleached Cotton 5c yd Simpsons best Calicoes 6c elsewhere l Prices cut to ONEHALF Torchon Val Laces of all j grades A COME THIS WEEK rJ Cor Main First St 4 MADISON INSTITUTE Time Collegiate year commences TUESDAY SEPTEMCEU 11 1900 The Institute will be open for the reception of students on Saturday tIme 8thof September next Those TishiiiK to secure places for their daughters or wards are advised to apply early Lot all who design entering the Institute next session be present if at nil possible at the first assembling of the school Tuesday September 11 as an absence of a week or two at tlmtjime will he feltseriously throughout thesession Persons wishing to have an interview with the Principal before placing a upeliinJclarPrincipal and it will expedite the work organization Every absence of the Principal from tho school room after 830 a in September 11 delays the work of classification and organization optemherllthmOn 5 1900 formal notice was received that Madison Institute hud been ColleKeFurStudents to enter anv ono of these institution may enter upon our certificate alter hnvingsatisractorily completed the College Preparatory CHANGES FACULTY FOR I900I90J ALICE N SOUTHWORTH PH D FLORENCE H STURTEVANT- IM Beta Kappa Cornell University Pupil of Marie Bisiell New York History and Voice Elocution Physical Culture C ROSE EIIREX Graduate RaflT Conservatory Germany Pupil of von Piano nnd Stringed Instruments All Instructors same as last year patronage is cordially solicited For further address 2ju12niMISS ALICE LLOYD Principal i ttSEE OUR Rnond Champion aWheat Drills L5 Disc Plows and fl 1VJi1Durnw agons BEFORE YOU BUY The Pare Fence 4ijOOUGLSr SIMMONSJtI HAIDWIRE STDV1S TIMW1RI mcljL1 Jl1 I 1r JI 1IJ Mens odd trousers have suffered jf ta like cut s 99c for J 35 Jeans pants J50 for 225 J79 250 Cassimcres still to at lOc per for 12 per for per for and widths and Stifle Course IN Bible Hrins Bulowr other Your Information for I OWEN MCKEE 1ft Richmond Kentucky I OARIAL- H UIiEi J PHANI In fact everything in the Carriage line can be foundat our shop Only the best material carriagebuggy t KentuCRY arriage WDrR IJ JOHN DONELSON Proprietor =IT IS WnRTH WHILE To inspect our stock to take time e and look leisurely throughour store Our line oft ItRNXIUR 5 c Ofall grades is now complete and the Iwprices as well as the articles are sure 6 to give satisfaction = = =t Chimber Suites Oaks or Mahogany also oldBedsteads kA IrQn Beds brass trimmed bctWorkmanship Couches tufety upholstered vej9uiitatetj try and leather g oRcxkers a home comfort in large vaviety CluBfoniers Odd Dressers and Stands NJt1 t Extension Tables Sicleboarls Dinning ROl1I LjChaIrs Baby Carriages and GoCarL3 light strong durable t1 0 And many other bargains too numerous to mention rtrMATTINsarpeLs fj i============ === == == = = i U IdhtLr tdtJ 7Miward qf n GBlOV1i J S JOPlDlJlv i INtr t Phone1f Day Phone 73 tIl J L NzTiL tilof I a The Richmond Climax WKDNKSDiY AUGUST 1900 Plenty of ruin of laic S llarbt r guiuSCIUt8 for his wheat Cw ThoseIio 1 percaP1taht1roppcd to J 40 from j ssllcclllictts Uoodtet ami Dora Agee were urripd here Friday Two wteks ago tliKcont wascurllng f r vuit ol I4jU Itis lovely now The Miio4st uliySchQoi1kI mI HI U uiees 1epltl J C 1iiIipni nd Klizabetli ar rett weie will jeti near Berva on THSrSf t day iJohllH U lute iuid AirinnCanips of Lie velum weie married hew last Thurday A tide In Kentucky river brought prosperity to the s at Ford nnd Valley iew Natural product water mill flour aud meat at 11 A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf Thieves are breaking into resiliences iicyJohtiny Ii1etioiTCityhisLebanon Hosiitnl for locked bowels s FOB SALuN B Ueatherage has rroplrllion John D Harris threshed 10350 UiMiitls of wheat from acres ot land nn average of nearly 22 bushels to the lne Natural productwhile not as white as patent flour is much bellnr Tor liciiltli Ior sale at R A Jtaxter on Jffiuml street augltf t Your city tx i l now due Please call and ieitltj Ollico at Freeman Urox D It FBEEUA- Kisjul 4w City Collector The suhsitriptinii to the GtOlel moo l1emOlrllltlJ 1IcJTill Central Now will appear rogJ Lirly during the summer Its mcchan iral ilfpartuient is III charge of Mr Jno It Harris Jr of this city who will also L take the law couise next year at C Mire Letitia Craig Crowe will lake a limited number of miihic pupils beginning beptomber 10th Shew well prepared and expiirieiiced She has studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory anil has been a jiupll ofMiHS Barb iir spuce she was a pupil of Ji She will conveniently located noiir Jilaln street jiilv23lm 01 for Italy Mr anti MIR Joe Giunchigliam ar en route to Lurca Italy and while awiy will tale in the Paris Exposition Grcen Corn Kills a Horso Squire Win Williams1 faithful old binary horse totiereil to his death on street Monday due lo biing over ftd with green corn Tim iiuiuial fell to the street and expired In a few 1iiILute8S Killing at Bereaiiconic Billiard killud a Rocjccastfo man named lolmsioii at Bero Sit UMiy in a pistol light Ballard stir rcuderid Monday to a contttablo and daylbt iiRecovered His Horse And Buggy f lion W B Smitli and AUuian went to WinclitiKier and identified the formers horn and hnirgy stolen last l week by some daredevil A negro suspicionHeAdvertised Letters Mrs Luiy Itiioh Mies Knnnie J5n ford Mr liirven Carrier Miss Marthlo Ciinbs Mrs Waller Covington Mr M C DoolK Mr Tom Fiancis Paddy Franns Aliss Kathorliio Farra itobt L Lnnsfnrd Mrs Mnggle Parrislu Jas rn lor Mollie Turner J W VanWiu kli Dunn W tis his Iinrina Walker Mrs L Aellt and ir Chns West j For County Superintendent f KlRPwhere WH nlillulime 0 J Young for the Democratic nomination for Su iieriiiiindent of the county schools It is a pIciiMiia to testify to th9Iith ss intllectUrtl moral nnd olilicajbf Out frinnd Young lln ha served his Loniiiuuity lor yniiM in rer ponMlile po tUlllldofslroii Miiniori Kniileiiilier his cuiiill dairy Joe Mellowed HelcaieJ on Ball A Ml Olivet dlHilcli in JlondiyV ott iTJmriiii KiiVH that Joseph Mc lpIl ihiIiiiitii ashler of tie KiliU County Sank at Irvin who vas urrMUil a tea mniitlis iig lj Kansas Ciiiv lo aiiilfrcluimd to the Irvine jn has hi en VpUiiwd till bond Ills MIIHIII II m1 Mcliiwell Kdwani 1ilivll DOUJH HedutM ui ihih i ItIIIIIIII ttriliiinc hf Irvihe Mr M Hnvell is niurte l to lit in Very bad luMllll EslillS Man Won J II UMtlu of Irvine wasniAiiinated as ihu DcuiiNralic cnniliuaif fur Jon gI5p3 fniiii I h is ihe iiMiiiuici itll imtivrtof CUrk rntuiiy having biii Imru on HowarOe Upper J 1iek Ho mnrrhid Misn L knaiie of C irk county Hhl is i nmctcd with JiIIIIIY of ilark till lty pw jile by hlood imrriitrM Ho U u who will poll tin fiillDomocraliC vuiti Liht yearliH uprkoit valiimtly fir IVmocrauyaiul ku s1iow UIcam JlalllI ol Cashier at Madison National Bank At a nled niwliiigT lire Directors of the AiiiniMiii htiial JlllllkjHtr- day Air C II lleiinnlt UTJtie1 his iiieac4sii Mini wan miccneded Iinnitioll Wailer Bennett Iroideut of that institution Mr Chenault bus IIII11UIIHurly J to find him no lunger behind the iwnn tir ni tilt place that has known him nII long His lifnlon ungiiuemeiit in nancial affairs tout in large business pursuits have made him conspicuous tmure in tilt Jtl ill lf the county and hWI trust ho will not be mducfd rJ mive from our mitlnt howeviraJtriictive or i tiliilcruIiye Jhl oppoituniti iiiL- PrIbCIJL thiielves Musical Prodigies S 111e lI1 fiicIoviiHPtlIpJ of Uichimonil Were highly eUllirtaill l last Friday I niehit lit tint home of Mr and Mrs Jnp 1lIgl8 on Wiit Main street Misses Helen and Catherine Norfleet iltIsevti and eluht j ears nspect iely of KHIIKIIS Jiiy Mis lllenrf piiforiiiRiicu on tin piano waV bomw Lit ug marveloiiH whilo Miss Catherine o the violin df moiistratcd thatliiu I tsicjnnH art born and not mnder TIIP POgram clIlI i1 ell Ut d illicit It salections from the list of nd their Itielicatti twin and tlniroilgh coutrol of iU8 cltHtlVI1I d the audi Inltl and brought rotind after ruuml of aprlaueo i Important lo Have Democratic Clubs The formation of tho Glad DHJHO cratic Chili li proper and tiiiiely hhould ho finned to nrorootJ M etndv of fundamental iiriiiripw suit dis emi nale literature the should bo strewn with documenfs talented men Kliould bi tncllllriigoi1tQ writft and ak upon tliff itrifq prfnclpl ot our government ind be mode fully knov Stilt JlIJ jjUt4 their rigliW ruh ituthes It UftliH iresiro ainl lull oM On the CMMAX u aid anymil Hll t t iu UifcvbrK in the Urm ciii iIrlsj that battle tsf tho century is us Voiunt ers In tithe or will iJj JheJr reward III the coiiid41C datydoHe JtIij t they jwwr fisUera4 iii I to lziitIihSitfl perlty ttio ofii Zreq J 1L j WeillC d l intounWw run thcIwoolat 11JulFor Sale Privately ia prite1yGarrardpounty ttlWIXJEiNi1jno fl ks t Fi IJpresshlhl4Jr aud Carnival August 13 The 5dVisesTusthnttbeIrexhlbitio dby10llg dllS8huWmLM o rJitat A Fine Crop of Wheat lltihehrluill yieldoftheUIJIIULlicali1iunderitbe present administration he wo ldtuuu SlOjSO for thisytarscrop OhiotMr 47 w Rifgg Receiver of the IlndHSIIEthlll HIIUihollOlasfietiyntiuli The JroJW is an educa alovelyThis Looks Bad PJlrkAgeitt MKindredof endonedthe Commercial bank of Virginia which reports 40 LimlIar cheeks rptuetL- Louisville Atlantic 6 R Special Service During the months of July anil earlyMondayand frolU Irvine enabling heads of Lilsinesslionsill one Ilay at the Springs and roach home Monday in time for business p M BKOWNIXO G P Ai lSJulw Prizo Eating Ounlesl They had an eating contest the 1lt at Pin Hookschool house Who wOIl1 JJeniSplutterH lieatuMifne head of cabbajnDidnt it wake him sick No Ho Just took a spoonful of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin That pro vent stomach tnwble of any kind they say At all druggists jyOlm Strayed or Stolen On last Friday night inthe city of Richmond Miiy blavkfr Saddle horse about 141hlllllls lllZhur ears oM two spliutknotf birsjerettiddlo boils on lack l stt lolI seat haddlo in good order and bridle Liberal reward will be given for the return or any in formation leiidini lo his recovery DAVID E HKNKY Kirksville Ky Reduced Rates Via L SI to Lexington and return August lBtq18 limited until the 20th account ElkaFair SJOM5 to Niagara Falls and return IIgustIllJJto ParktH Hill and return Sundays August 5h and 12th on special train leaving1 Hiclimofid all 7 a in account neeriug Camp Mcoting Key Satn Joties conducts the services Blue Grass Seed Tljat Will Come Up 1alIt pull 3000 o five thousand buritiflx i r Blinv ifuSs Seed on two hundred tjtlall Iixt acres ill land Thh caxhipiiid lit RdvlIlCttI lilu in Diibon tthitu falN t letters CJvSSIUS MV15LAY 51Jlim RegisterLexington Leader Paris KeuTunkian Citlz n will publish CIAY Iiiiah3tf High Complimen- tEd lot Climtv In CIHIIIIIUII with his titany friends In Madison county i rlJlldwith pleasure in your tntiuu glJuiie 20 tliu notice of the brilliant career in Missouri of Juilg Elbridl 1 llrnailnu I lie be gau the studt f law as a student in ollicc aud aS fora time a worthy snrcesshillinemherof of the Madison liar commanding the respect of Ills ansoqiates by and high per Mlltl lionT ram clad tht my pupil of tho luinr ago havimiilu hii alter so useful mi J dint itiguiiluitlj O K HUKSAU KentucXys Tax Rate The State Hoard of Equalization has fiuUhcd ha work and filial its report with Auditor Cmlter showinir that the total jahuttoI property assetset billie jrhie27OtJwInch h the ralo thl year instead of oij 0ntn which lfas been collected fur tho pht ibree years Owing to the fainro ol County Assessors to wake the assessment about SU1000000 worth of stock in Natiotml banks C capml taxa tion this year the deulslonof the Su preme Court making lt the duty of the invilor of the stock to list it for taxation Itisllkely a nun1bcruf4ssesors failed to obey thulaw The tii ffirUICNSttl valueof property tli = J larger thai jasv yfHrh3llttIIOtuX in llIIe will be 22U00O lts nfcnlllo of the 5 cent reduction in the tax rate Ford Physician Reported l Drowned A report reaclntIheri yesterday that Dr John WUlianjs of Ford had lost his life at sea en ryuie to Wales where lift was1 born iJf Williams i about 33 years old came from Tennetee about six Irs ngo aud for nwb ld Witi IncateiPtat- lticlinionJ Thonce he moveil to Ford and hiss had a witvesbful prnclfcH and held in liigh esteem He was married at Iviioxville ZJefprii ComiuigtoA uiejj ca he was an assistant at the Guys Hospital and as a member of the An bplauca Corps Ixiudon Knglahd he keIthsevereIiiiiiul fir OllIC in rescue woi k At Knoxvillelie wits oniiected with ihoSiato Asylum for thti Insane uitut jjraduatod in nledi Vitieiin tIitk 4UtY waft wortliy eelliiitulo yhuilg man well up profession and very jmpular tiiBlnrtgoln liaViativu Dr VilV wins iliowning is based entirely upon a rumor aud has not been coullrmod A Republican Renounces His Parly D 11 Totteu of Kockrastle writes Utihtithi0 pJtetMit vOtlhitiOli iii State- iuid slTajrH I aut see how hiiy man itr Kimtucky CUll cuiseiciitiiishyO- W that he is a republican are so many thirgs qonfrontlng thiiiitis better fur them to pray for th eclillb and rocks to 1thl upon them aull hide thctii rather than twet their vote for n y that was ubarged with Brfgra u crime aa tner leaders of therHpubiJcaii party lire a cuhftl of at ureMmtjand a short time many vljom ofwtUbcUiieliiiiiL thq itfII walls but atafe enitentiurV witha telialjlu k v iiifiiru on them for safe 6d liome niHy getth ropel y Though lid etofore a repnhhean I cant cast I11Y5o owltltaprtYAhllrFed- witl nil t nil to thi CiliiliOfl jietiple Cast our vote fur the fnterest of people mill not fur trusts and assassins Theroure ndhollelit men In the republican alIiJeT1 IJIv reports IwIved thenf toTlielleXe tliem forJlJieir lIolllli gain or greed foroniea I asJcin all iatiilor for yow to WOK nl the iMBHliojt the republican partYIIIi laced lf elf In ntul with an hlo54S- tIh15n set to JleetWy that which Iy is tIghtening thin curtIs pf poverty rDllnci tit lit ft1H veopo t4tft- srI I I TU 11 vito IO 3 I f rAIIr r m44itehIc GVatheiskk4s IiastWtylicsII pray erandree ital book baCilotieIaZpauIettnsj zo a thdrtltiuINItitb 3rcni1Mexican tot n U11R1javythi4CoxtfedenteaIrCrawfordinear XiBfietoB9 has a- tnbahitakzjIrom Iiiidon hth ltJploujhldupin ofR1cbmonij llIIliAIIRf RlldhlWs awander how they unade it sith ItihThe Clade 0rm6cratlc Club JOnr Berea IrierfdMr L AiDavis writes that there was disjtppointuient speakerstaturdaywhjch Air J M Early was prevailed IueryGlltdelemora1ic Jhairma1JnturdayAngnistllHvtr work in t club is just what what pretlicmembership This perfect harmony characterizing Couveutiouatvictory in November than any other omen could This should encourage and giyesstimulnsto greater effort And What is now wanting to insure vistory is organiza tion thorough and intelligent organi wardilpIDtowrishilp makinSfrom the list of possibilities AFormer Citizen Wins His Suit But May Be Frustrated Alter All Mnj Thomna J Catsoti the noted turfman nroprietpr of Dixiana Stud is in jail ut Luxfngtiti On a warrant PlttJlJllgl1leutHim iu the Circuit Court The judg nirtib is for vwAVAj and is in favor of Photographer XVK JS5nplctotK formerly of this city whom Maj Carson shot andv4un1 lejclitRo y ars pg j In a ihilil CurftlaMrs Percy Burrell of New York Siilsleton had a picture of Miss War field in his street showcase The case was ope nod one night anti the picture regarttiiIuZthe ears of Maj Carson that Singletou had spoken unfavorably of the charac byCommonwealths bingletoufortween them when both began snoot MajCnrsonthe left hand and Singleton was shot by Maj Carson through the Side Singleton has never fully recovered Miss Singletonbroughtwas awarded damages Maj Carson says ho will not pay the damages but will remain in jail until the required ten days have expired anti then take the Insolvent debtors oath When in Lexinuton shortly before tho suit was filed Slnuleton showed his wound to the editorof tint CLIMAX and seemed certain then of a favorable ver diet MARRIED AnnftOFEBSYFEBT M r Chas llutiloy of this city has been ap priMed of the marriage of his rand daughter Maude Ella Wardroper to Mr Arthur Svfert of Oklahoma I T The brIde is the only daughter of Mr anti ra L W bl tida city t V- HALJ HAIL A pretty romance of long duration ended hero last Tuesday like the love story in the book they tuprel1llJlyhappyMiss Kate Hall nnd Mr Wm H Hall bothof Paris which took place at the residence of Kev W K Lloyd that uentleman officiating The attendants were Miss Nancy Hall of this citv cousin of the bride and Mr Henry P Kcidof Mt yterlinir After the cere mony the happy couple was the recipient of warmest congratulations and departed Wednesday morning for Paris wlere the groom is manager of the Sun Lifa Insurance Company and iwa most excellent young man Those who know him best speak in highest terms of his worth Ills bride though of the samA name was no relation isjthe daughter of Mr Wvat Hall of Purls and possesses many lovabletrails and ace tnplibui hiaye won hoflieartisfthe highesfc c3mp1imeut to her husband and to each we extend our best wishes and congratulations MlLtECGEXTitv Without previous notice to their ninny friends Mr Charles D Miller and Miss Mary gentry were united in marriage on Saturday night KIbeing Duke of city and Miss Stella Wilmot of Frankfort The happy couple repaired 10 the real dance of the grooms brother Mr A D congrntnlaLlo marrlagq1It that we record this happy fulfillment of a long and devoted attachment Tim bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and rsRIf 0 entry andisamoatsxccl- but young lady one who hiss filled a large sphere of usefulness in her mothers home where the duties and respon sibilities of domestic management de valved upon her youthful shoulders She was faithful small things and God will reward her as she richly dn serves Of her husband it is a pleasure no less great to speak Ho is one of those men of whom life own sex never speak but in praise So strong and yet so gentle so lint for the right and considerate of others broad liberal faithful in all things honest industrious and bright and genial as the sunlight of upontlOterllti he ever beasgfeatasourcp alaybecut j jficw STATION Col John H Moore of Yipcliester ulalU11lendsMr Manfred S Friftpd died atliis lupine urer hero Sunday from a revere attack of cholera morbus The family has our sympathy Miss Pearl RidcUli was hero Tuesday Tho new freight depot just corn pl led is n great convenience llllol- patrons We tieeda good WHiiing room and wo are fixed P1U r UaJIJlprsPiIl Sgpdl3 lit naniil at Jitis lionin in n- erMellIlJ Fhrmney at fnlrJrll1l1dayItills new wheel this lone jr Miss Mamie Vagersaf Statioil Camp was at thin Station Friday KichardeoniSif Gaidar roVeipeef WednesOaY tilhmM the gteatlEtiicrii ilotelt Iu 1 U t WAOO Miss Estolla Dowusan visited friends In ciinqnd last week rind attended tllt lair Miss Kate Miller opened tier school U Waco last H good atUtulciict t4i6ii1f1ft fcKtpl niJMUWTWnp JM- tfoVTbdbroiis lurtiWMjje miqiUi tJlHift iiIu rj J J j J IHS PEPIAJ A L E 1 SHOE S I EVERY MAN WANTING A 8 PAIR OF SHOES gzo Ff rH t Q Come arid see and get Prices we want tOI S CLOSE OUT OUR iENTIRESUMMER I 11LINE OF SHOES 1 0 8 Mitchell OQ8eeeO888e NOTICE I The accounts of Douglas Bright Co have been placed in my hands for collection Call and settle on or before Court Day and save yourself expense and further trouble C TB COLLINS sot aGood Caning Mr W HI Hisle hns a vane 50 years qld presented to him by leptha Coving toil aged 84 an ardent of Mr Bryan The cane was originally Win Covln tonR a gift from Wesley Hisle Mr Rock Resigns Mr John W Hock has reslcned as local agent of the L A to accept a fine position with the Southern Railway at Asheville N C Mr Rock is a thorough railroad roan attentive to his duties and able to hold down any position within the gift of the great railway system to whirh he will go In Western North Carolina between tho Blue Ridge on the east aud the Al leghanles on the west in the beautiful Valley of the French Broad two thousand feet above the sea lies Asheville beiutiful picturesque and worldfumed ItS one the most pleasant resorts in America It ISTV laud of bright skies and incomparable climate whose prunes have been sung by poets and whose beauties of stream valley and nfpuutain height have furnished sub t aud iiibplratiuii for the painters nrilsh Tins is truly the Land of the Sky and there is perhaps no more beautiful regioif on the continent Mr Hock will he succeeded by Mr H H Smith an old Irvine boy who ValleyViewSmith to our city Mr Smithln turn will be succeeded at Valley View by Agent Wolf of Panola formerly ol Nicholasville Dr Buckmaster The Osteopath Cordially Endorsed Dr Buckroaster of Lexington is at the Henderson House and a number of wellknown citizens ladies and gen tlemen have called to see him No charge for examination Read this I have known Dr A T Still the fonnder of Osteopathy for n number of years antI have notet the growth antI development of the science and know if the wonderful results obtained by the practice of Osteopathy iu hundreds of rases that have been abandoned by of other methods of heal ing as incurable thus bringing health and happiness into homes over which had been cast a mantle of sickness and sorrow In order to bring the merits of Os teopathy iB a science of hyaline before the ppope of Kentucky and more thoroughly establish this fact that it is S boon yea a GodBend to suffering humanity in relieving piiiu and curing disease I give my Own personal experi ence with it iu a severe case of ball Stones During the evening of the third of June last I was takHn middtMily with piercing excumatiiiir pain in this re gion of the liver the pain radiaiing through the abdomen right chest and shoulder Were I 10 attempt a descrtp thou of my toeling the intense nausea and vomlUtiL aud howl suffered thor tog those awful moments language would fail me and the attempt would bp a feeble one indeed Dr Uuckuiaster was called in and deepite lie s eining iuuexoraJilecoudi iipnaew 0sfeopathlc tVeatnieuts rli suited in p s aiie of the gall stonesand painSo because Other methocts of treatment have failed to reach your ca e yutiiive OMt IPHh as administered by Drs Buckmastcr antI Burkmaster a trial ann he con venced that it is worthy of the highest commendation MRS L S Yotixo Versailles Ky July 1000 Dr Buckmaster at llondnrson House Mondays Wednesdays Fridays 8 nm toSVm Municipal Ownership Cit ms of Richmond Tho flimsy arguments of the Register in opposition lo the best iuterestsof tIle taxpayers of Richmond have wily given me new inspiration in my undertaking yeatllbeon1 shall not abate iny efforts to prove tilt my clninres let That the Water IJght Co has violated Its contract inl that if demanded suit received BXresslve and unlawful rates of tiller Vftt on our debts 3rd that it iliar ex two priis fur water and gas ltd that its exturtiuiiiitu rates havti retarded tin growth of tilcilyplacinJ wither and light beyond the reach of small tax payeis who have to bupport it Gh that the existence of biich powerful corrllllIuliart iondnrted not for tint public good hut fur private profit 7th That Mu nicipal Ownership is the essence of eruniiniy ami is in force in a majority of thou eiilestif the United Slates furtiish lime lijlatalltl Wallrllt cost Andtherefoie Ituniu this tight to stay With suet icu toward none I ch IIIlib llmdenr llct coUIpany and ItK defender thr Register jo publish a statement that will bear out 0 11ft single 1 If chllrbrtnlltwuCynthiallalorcamu of the Why dp wish 10 tonlinuo a Icwinjr iBwliioSb 1 asi vuiti slut to tell me wlmt yon lellove you heard HOIIII abe else say he ihoujlit r droHined the works cost typpwrllwnhuUdoTS Lebanons Maul I will undertake to Irink all the water in the lake if your works cost what yon claim Citizen wake Up Dont submit to being robbed Of your rights no mutter how much reftpeutHMIIty Is at tin head of thdjconiiMwy that tries to blind lbyhOlfledIrtf year itIuur tioe iet the pr lvi ie l1pUlvIJQJkcI Btt CitlMD J hLftj SundaySchool Union The annual SundaySchool Union of this Cfiftnty wise held at Mt Pleasant Christian church Saturday July 28 This church or meeting house Is Inca ted on the Hicliiimnd and lexlrllun- pikoFItn miles from Richmond he an excellent brick structure and V situated iu a commanding position III ngnnlti scenery for in every direction time beauties of nature are to he seen Towards the East amid South tin Cum berland mountains loom up and look like a curtain of blue stretched lor miles which appear charming in the distance The convention was well attended by delegates from many sections of the county which materially contributed to snake the gathering a success Rlchinoiiil showed up with a largt delemtiiiu At the rear of the house anti over the pulpit was a cross and tile words Hallelujah Christ is Rispn anti on the hell the words We For Christ and on the right Christ For All The choir of young ladies ills pensed sweet vocal music led by Miss Williamson the organ who developed swoet melodious tones strains and airs from that instrument MIns Min Dvkes raniia beautiful solo accompa tiled by Mies Lila Deatherage on the organ The meeting was called to order by the President Councilman William L Arnold who presided with hiatsity and was led in readim of scripture and prayer by Rev Green Stocker The report was read by thus Secretary Prof C II Poage of Kirksville Short spicy and eiiterlaininir addresses were mad by Secretary Poaire Revs A B Bailey A It Reeves W H Ryals J K Smith L L vyle J W Prather antiIV II Lloyd xnd lion Tlinnms Tnorpe aud Mr Tlioinns front Sholby wills Tho Herea quartette perform well led by Professor Adams Motions were made lo hnye the next annual State Union to neat in our IWO beauti fLIt county capital A rood collection was taken up to aid iu carrying on the ood work throughout the destitute parts of the State Two very attractive features of the meelina was the bountiful thinner spread upon an improvised table upon ihe ground by the members of th con gregation nnd other persons of the 10 calilv which wits heartily enjoyed by tho farge crowd ana the other lecture was the great number of beautiful lovelv and charming maidens prasent who added much in making the gather prine a complete success and were very attractive to many persons of the masculine gender in the audience The meeting closed by singing the lovely song or doxology God bo With Everybodyhadto their homes rejoicing ED BltoWN Obituary While her surrowstricken parents brot tiers sisters and friends were hov snug around her bedside anxiously WltlChillgeachIluivering lid andcacti fluttering breath et earnestly hoping and jaiiuig that shut might still bv spared the bright young life of Miss Eva Haumstark took its flight and re turned to Hun who gave it Long had cmiHumption held tier in its terrible grasp lilt twas only recently that slit comujeiiced to sick slowly out surely until IVriftuir eVeu Uj July 20 when thtl Lord came down his garden to gather lillies and plucking the dearest sweetest aud best gently boie tier spirit away to the immortality ol Heaven Her death was tlio caute of uiiinciiread grief for she was indeed one ol tlie sweetest cimracters of the community Ve have suffered an irreparable loss as tube was ever a kind and Hjmpailietlc friend a tender aud helptul sister a true and obedient daughter ana a faithful and consecrat ed Christian It was on the 25th ol December the day of the nativity ot the Savior she loved und nerved sowell that Miss Baumstark opened her eyes in the world Ounce then the blame of winter and the zephyrs of summer for twentytwo years have passed above ner head auu each passing season has lound her living a patient beautiful life Nut one year lisa diminished tile monument of good works ttial bhti lUll built and each coming year wilt but add to itt grandeur aud polish its beauty Like iv sunbeam she brighten ud tliu howe ot tier parents when a child and its a ministering angel she utiovo to lighten their buideus whim she emergud into young womaubood Fur six years she was a schoolmate of till writer and was ever studious per serving aud faithtul beloved by both and pupil Early in ilfu stie embraced Cliribt and tor eleven years vus a laiitilu member in too Aundav School and a consistent uieuiuor of the lelhottiHt church at liybtimotv n Her examples tit faiili and ixjusiaiicy were ever bright staid sliming tint we Jiuew not uiaicluecM wortti until tu- ulIJelOI death and the curtain ut tee ravu cleared the niioirt from our lco ami tell our visions car A layorlto dt nuUie atbchuul loved in socitfyr iu the cliurch ulij hsua wwuiiss hen buu laguiiu irum us torevcr guile us u BUU oeaiii to revisit native bkiei 1oue iw HUH murtalHu on huinuruli Hut her iiieinuiy lives uuliulioucloolio itilt sun that is put toUleLony nas ilio luouruit with Uo Uuu nor 5tt1 tests lit endless peace lieu Kuiu all boi ruw uiu and euro tViin UiiaWijrviuK luitn tiiUorlot blie fought the battle 01 nle with uuitilteriiig spirit IIhIICttJ iieuiti with utifaitiuj luiiderucsii bile ieuve otllfe auylllg Iu tier pastor lute la sweuU but liJeeu cailb lam fieudy anti veiling to go no with a1llercBi Uiilton she liowed to the miviuu decreii And tier death was as gentle us an jnfants slumbers us lovely as a euultihra eveuiug wlleu wuttuqt u cloud the awn goes down ill trdiquit- beaut auidtiie itutug hiiugerlug tluhtuIi- useltsiakrth1oaotshaUeuf iitglutm liue soul hjts been lorne to HaVIIIbHt bet body bias been xtv sn back tOIl lhOr earth lJliJalJr gravo thudriveUWgw will Ut Illw oJoIwt the sweet fljiwor bloottt lit spriiitf the green t uu e grow js siirainur twultho yellow jpavei f rorWl11tthis awuedetery 1WV if lot tto u liut hIie Mt Jutti 1W Wtt tiiJ t iiOW4 LWU utrv e hu raIt 1Jr 1d fk nF f Ik 1t 2Lt fJI1 TilE WEEKLY SEES ATI IL Li THE 4 I Are crowding the stores daily with eager buyers anxious to take advantage of the many goqcf things that are being Slaughteredat the GREAT STORES I ALL THE ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES Have ben marked down until you could never realize they brought their former prices Many of themare selling at less than J2 price All Carpets Linoleums Rugs Mattings Oil Shades Lace Curtains that were advertised last week will still conI tinue to be sold at prices named on them during these weekly sales at f r The For This Week Are all the DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICKS Our stock of wash goods has just been added to by a large shipment of choice things in Dresdon Jacquets Primrose Battin Cloths Golden Rod Dimities Satin Stripes and Organdies from one of the largest importing houses in the East These goods will all be included in this closing out stock sale J Many of the choicest things in Dress Gojxls are still to 111Iute naa in dress goods stock and former pric Swill be entirely lost sight of in this great slaughter of prices to close them e tt I This Sale Will rPrice OU Follows tGood 44 Sea Island Cotton at 5e worth Gic V Trion Mills AAA Brown Cotton 5c worth Tie Good 44 Bleach Cotton 4c worth Gic Good 44 Bleach Cotton no dressing 54c worth Tie Londsdale Bleach Qotton 7c worth 8h I Masonville Bleach Cotton 7c worth lOc Our Colobrated Rival Bleach Cotton only 7c during this sale The price on this cotton was never less than lOc All Calicoes Check Cottons Bed Tickings Cottonnades Cam let Jeans etc will be included in this Great Closing Out Stock Sale and cut prices will be made on the entire stock of them Special prices will be made on our Clothing Stock during this sale and the low prices named on them will be eyeopeners for you if you need clothing of any kind give us a calL W D RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN i Sensational Feats Things sensational catch the public eve anti thats the reason the Lexing ton HOllie Show Fair and Carnival bus engftged the Spiral Tower Act Ray luuton the Slack Wire Kinir The Trolley Car Trio Jimgem tIlI antI Burgess the IUllnlplI1 farce extant Tim Dillworth Family 8 Premier Acribitir Artists and The AVmtz Family six renowned Aerial Artists to entertain their patrons tree Positively this is the must liberal treatment ever accord ed patrons of a fair and carnival and besides yon listen to the Hungarian Boys Hand 35 members from 6 to 10 years old that will cost you 75 cents III oily theatre Sea hands bills and bill boards slid your local agent lot cheap excursion rates YwI5 Li5w- ill be roused to Its natural duties and your biliousness headache aol constipation be cured 1tYOIl talc Kootfs PillsSold by all druggists 25 cento Cherokee Indians decorated the graves at Ft Gibson I T Herblne is well adapted to the cure of levers of all kinds because it thqrI oughly cleanses the stomach and bowels of all bilious htimorK and expels all impure secretions of the JulY Price Outs Perry S Thomas augllui A train was stopped in Coffee county Teiin to allow a bear to get off tile track Nervousness is could by making the blood rich mud pure with Hixulri Sar Bapanlla It gives the sweet refresh i ug sloop of childhood 01 the 3700 Cbjnesu in New Zealand only 26 are females No one k no ws the unbearable torture the peculiar and agonizing ii causd by piles Unless they have hiiUered fruits them Mj iy believe inritrablo ThIs is It mistake Proper treatment will t lIre them TablerV Bucku e Pile Ointinent 1s nil infallible cure Price nOcts in bottles tubes 75cta Perry Th mas augllm Heavenly mindedness is for the fife flee and store as well as Ir the church Prnziiig eatter III July Would eUmvgrcat discomfort and loot hUt foriuimtelV H is fiuldiini known A vast amount nf misery is caused at this seaton however y impoveritih ed blind poor appetite and grthetai debility These luay tie rnuiidied by enriching the blond aJjd totting the stomach with HoodVSiirr sapHrilla This lamlicine seuimcto putneAHfd into the whole physical system i 11I1 htoc3uae of its wotidur lot power tornrifyellriCh unit vitil izo the mel t thus dlKeative functioila weeks vacation ItIs the bit inejli vlw BQiiay tlk bay jylllm In laXJitluJr WJ 390 hrvrs s in Ails ttall tiia J9OrJ tbeftMe 2090000 BlOtebes and exertuuetsceswbfcha- iohritii1itt pe4ti1srsSi4stply eiirisitft MUov dWIIUIthiltiteit- tdpocsusew t pIIT rlIe4isIfrirhihe whIt id iiil siuus4st Jh her ufr5 liht ipesiittIil 17 free fliiw Irrtrl7II 1IOvt rl v w r r 0 11 r p iiusY 8lEJ AS STORE TailrmadeSuits1 Specials CottonDuring OLDHAM COMPANY Rlltllrit W have ii good Knlo on Dr ald wells Syrup Pepsin because wn guer aiit eitand refund v ur money if it does not ilo lust us wn repreceut it Call fir booklet thou tells von nil about It at druggists July 11lni A warmhearted iireacher will goner ally tied a way to warm op a cold church Ballards snow liniment gives instant relief in cases of bleeding bump bruise scalds cuts etc irice nr oOcts Perry Thomas augllmI- tank of England notes are numbered backward that is from 1 to 1000 hence the figures 000001 A free amid easy expectoration is pro duced by a few Honey of Tar in all cases of Hoarse tiers sCre throat Or difficulty of breaths ing Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas augllm In speaking with God remember meu in Breaking with men remember God Off The Track This meiins disaster and death when applied to a fast express train It is equally serious when it refers to people whose bluish is disordered and who consequently have pimples and sores bad stomachs deranged kidneys weak nerves and that tited feeling Hoods Smirsaparilla puts the wheels back on the track by making pure rich blood and curing these troubles ConBtlpaion cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents The Newfoundland sealing season hiss ben the largest for Iho past 25 yarK 3Ti00O seals huive been captured S3 50 A DAY GUARANTEED OJB Agent Uidv or Gentleman in catch county tqopen branch office andisi tabllph sut agents to sell our high grndq laundry nnd Toilet Soaps write Milf len Soap yo 612 W Adaum street Chicago Ill augllyrtim There I4no case on record where God ever blessed a man against bis1 will KilKOMO lNDApg 401809 PEPSIN SVnur Co Dear irur the past JOyears I woa troubled vf It h my Btoiiiiich About I years ago tvas taken dowii With rheu matism jias hot able to do a days work for veils All inediclnttseunied- of no bcndpt to me A year ago I was advised tji take Dr CaliiwellV Syrup Iopsin truly belioVe I wOnld have dirtl hut for this mqdicinei My risen matisiu It entirely rna andrnT totrl eh jS in good condition It baa savjsdiay life and I cnutiot recommend it too y onN respetfnlly ELOOltttcClmAwcl Sold br Thin cniJ ibaloinsually makes enouel Ill tlmoi uliavw fin led thins uur jug thau tuonth Diiriag he civil war s well a bt our lat warJiUtb Spain diarrhoe wanosse- ol the ji Sat troublesom diie Mii the array hmI4tI to contend with Iu v instances Jt bocatiiuchroinmriA soldiers still stiller frf tn it MiJ T yloro Witjd Ridge Oi ls ci tliPe Ma is ierlviiia ohie Choler aud- Renter hid says he iiav tot tluhig t uuhd ilvus hiii tiMWf Il b Hr isle b- tTbuuiar yvvS P7TWflrliflHLliAlIitilUH Pays You 300 for Every + Dollar Invested Branch office front room 1 o r fut iture store L P TODD MGR Tetter SaltRheum nnd Eczema The intense itching anti smarting inch allayedtYSkin Ointment Many very bad uses have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadyrt Condition Fonder are just what a horse needii when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They art not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 enta per package An official return from the British war office fihows that tho distinctly Scottish regiments la lie war contain 20000 men i t BLOOD POS02T OTJEaSBT L B L SIn re t Suffers3ottlo Deepseated onstlnatii cases tlieklwl tliatMiuVe doctors lint Bjiritigs and patient medlciiieirijatinentliufckly yield to 1JBB Botanf Blood Balm thoroughly tested for JO years Have you tnucuons patches in the mouth Suite throat Eruptions Eating sores cirud paIns ttcunitbiklii1 rwohts- agissIitt Oiinr nitite Copper colored PpotR Ulcratpn on the holy hair stud evebrowit fall out Ii time skiui n moses ef bisMa and alceni Then this wonderful HBB specific will ounjlotely iMu- ia clear lrfect vuim1ttiesIrw Irointu- rilIstitiuumu authelia littttM thi- ghuiw of hiethi It L the poison ut ft thdlarMMM M the symnl4 eaifiOt t the saw IiJtL i s ip tto broken down c1titnhitn M0cI4sthfldiiepution- So euffrre ne et R k a trl bet tIm wibIgiven awayretoichiarge LB forialsuby drhits at ii pr- bottl nt ti lat bottles shill JILUMt414 Crn dirss4I4- utihI oclLriaL bottle a- dtasi BEIfl I3ALM 4 488 Miu4iehl ItuAU In Irib Webls- tid dh iiIs Mined bile sudI y Pf7 d IThomwr 1Iap How is The Ticket Toes it suit you Well vn are not all alike you know in this world nnd thefavorSyrup Pepsin as it is guaranteed to cOve Constipation indlgeetion sick head ache antI stomach Sold bv druggists juhOlm At Chicago a carload of yearling heif ers sold at oc Whore the digestion Is good antI the powers of the system in a healthy state wolms can no baN ViiitejCreamevery wotun but corrects all dergango mcnts pf the digestive organs Prlco 25ctu Perry n Thomas au2llul Kensington has a girl named Sal A Mnnder She says she rather likes tliis sort of weather A Metkec Tells How She Saved Her tlf tie hiauhtterg Lifi f I am this mother of eight children and have had a great den exiujrlerfo uimurmJivIJuticdatsghiter worst form We thought she nonld dWf I triid everything I could hunk of but nothlnc seemed to do heriuW nitl I saw by an advrrtiamemim our imjir that Chatnberlalidfl IO Cholera and Diarrhoea 1kmnu umisIhp3aoftiievwy beet Kieiiicines we ever li Hir inltta hou e It smved rny little uiaeiie trrslhfe iem neixionut fur pvefr mother to know whist MH xwRua iu HiHMiUj limed I known it itt hesS it yro Mv d Men great dffilof a4i tey Httlw daughter nmrh suiuitmYouta trwly MK GKO F rniKDJOK Liberty K Il For nl lqr PErry Tiiomi anallnt Lvn to lau h Ji fV Uttpfc N teir ihiasi medifiu Jf It1s5siiitg and huniiij uiowrtiui LharIiug Cfl BiIytiUMi bat and vmrnpt aa4 pim ue suPea i v miir ii ipt ntS kb tisiIr vit-bvu by Jrnv The rI iT II 11rOur 6oods J AND Our prices+ + + Compel fO lto tidviiU rwhen 0 yi give usatrtfl tffIIBI rrtm 8 J I DIUi- WI n 1 lJj n The jhybombastic claims All buyinthe world select the la YOUbuythe latest uptodate goods Is that what you 1want If so trade with Wnit AND GiDSOn GULlI and t OaTh 10 G and U Oals 43iaaUons IselT5ISOOXJu crCOVNGTONto Ah Cnlo Ida 1011 fT WuhDd Wvo tniiut JnRY OAUJS nj for Gallo lIif ohIppecl by 1ILBIOIIt IlJYRn PHtcL ht Iat Dank JSlnntRm lIta1DtlIC1T Dept p1L all EqJ OoL Mmrvl Oltlao no ntdY041 nnrf to tbl 1l RA Ath old no if dig Pond IThcre August fftoc ipoo13 14 15 16 17 13 == 1900 4 I 30000 Live Stock Pacing fiole Puces FreeTHE PCij MILITARY IAMD 35 Fine Lads direct from Hungary in Dally Concerts 85 THE WERNTZ I Aerialists Supreme IURSES These Celebrated familieS will give FREE PKRFXRMANCEa cnoh doy In front of the grand stand 30OOC Trotting Running ttractioncHUNGARIAN FAM- ILYGMEMBEKSG Will the most and nrrnj of nniur ment the best and and the t iccrcf of and ov rty eve one YOU AF TO MISS ITr E W UN rates on all et i o 5tcn im up rEAr THE MLLWOKT1U- WKIL13JMEMBERSS Unrivaled Acrobats The C DJ tr vIJ AInclude gprgeoiF extnnFlve attmrtlr features hghest prlied artists irnunfgatlon Oriental modern fenturcs iirugittd UHilur management CANT POUD SHANf Secrrtnrr Lexington JrPExcursIon railroads iliiiU A r LOW PRICES We are going to make a SWEEPING REDUCTION in prices in order to make more room for our large Fall Stock We have no cheap SHOES to offer for sale but the very best flat money caa buy They wear right look right and fit rtjht Youll be right if you buy them Listen Our Prices Are Talking Ladies Kid Shoes Price 1 50 Cu to110H 2 00 1 60 I h 2 50 1 75 I u L rnrI tIIOxrold 1 n n9 1 7I J50 I OC Ii U Pat Lwither 3 00 2 25 Me is Tan slnd1 Black Vici Shoes 3 50v 2 7ZtI H 300 2 25 to 250 175 Calf Shoes i 225 160u I i 50 1 10 Do you want to make money If so buy shoes from us You can make money by saving it t t et e LSI TO THE FEAST OF LOW PRICES VUIhares L RMWW w rag Tllfi Ma 1ufactured of celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen otherftctoriesTile DratMte Iia Permit IMlttZc ofTIIa In t 00 0 tz lba Y II11oSiJl111 I 11I4ii M 381 11 jssw r Irr 43a Price lit F O B Cars at Factories r wllercnolibgrbweforeA well drained farm yill cause you to be Bmemberec C rojJ WASHINGTON LXITXR preselltsAdministration is committed to a belief in tlieKeiiuineuesa of Minister Conners tiitpatcb and is confronted with the refusal of the European ixjwors to ac copt ur to order an advance although limy now have nearly 50000 men available for that purpose The United tinned with only about 5000 men at Tient Sin IUllf a low more on the way cannot advance alone But it hasm uoiiie 00000 in the Philippines short ilibtaiicflHway which bliould available if th stories of the suppress ion of tli6 rebellion tlittre spread broadcast by tlie Administration are true Yet it dues not dispatch them lo the rescue of its Minister mid citi lens whom it declares to be still alive though in frightful danger More it id taking no steps to move ill the future fiofwho by their hesitancy and their evi dent inteuliou to discredit the Chinese Government in mJvanceshow plainly that they are animated rather by tilt pniHt they hope to obtain that by the desire to bave their subjects It now setuit that months more will be wasted by the allies in deciding in coinetItliti1IIand ttIIjWpOi taut details and that bv the timn they are ready to move If tbey ever arethe Americans in Peking will bedoad In the face of this hesitancy the President sits on Ins ftont jiorvh and waits lorsometliiug Coxigresshiand authorize him to use the money that would nave Minister Conger and his companions It is not suggested of course that any troops now author ized by Congress could be expected to react China in to save our people but they could take the places of those now wailing war in the Philippines and let them be sent at once to neat Situ and Peking Instead of doing this the Administration is giving out In spired statements to tim newspapers declaring that if the allied powers con tinue in their refusal to advance upon Peking and are obstinate In the objec tions which they now olfVr and it becomes apparent that the United States cannot advance alone there will be no further effort on thtj part of this to attempt to reach the yhinese capital If this is not the policy of bCulMe so soundincly conS demned President McKinley in a recent waste of words what it is asked is it It is even intimated at the StatesDepartment that the ntaistanceof powers in preventing the hand rnbbillg game of the majority is not desired Such an offer it is declared would greatly embarrass this country It would be much better in the opinion of Administration officials that we should stand alone in opposition to all of Europe than an alliance be tween the United States ami one or two other nations should be forced up on us And why should it be better Because on the threshold of a cam paign when all intimations of an al liance tire frowned down by the Administration the spectacle of this Re public leagued with European nations would not he a pleasant one to contemplate Further tho Presidents consent to meditate between China and tho powers is most remarkable consider lug this fact that ho was unable to meditate fur the Boers because Great Britain had not asked him Has Eu rope asked him now Keference to the partisanship of the Treasury Bureau of Statistics has several times been made in this correspondence and is now becomes neces Mary to chronicle another instance of it III the last biweekly bulletin Kent out by it to the prens the Bureau appeals to the pocket books of Americans to sus tain the Administrations anti Boer sympathies Mr Austin quotes exten sively from an article recently written by an unidentified prominent mer chant of the Orange River Colony as Great Britain has assued to rename the Orange Free State Thus the British eulogist proceeds I think nil are agreed that now the British flag is hoisted in Pretoria declaring unmis takably to the world Britains su preinacy from Cape Town to Zambesla etjnalitUnprecedented era of prosperity 1 peclltllfirstiuinvidious to single out particular arti cles fur special mention bo great will Iw the demand for all classes of mer chandise yet it is imperative to the in terest of agriculture and agricultural implement makers to state a few facts that iiave come within my personal experience Mr Austin goes on to enumerate the classes of articles ol American manufacture that will find mad v sale in South Africa now that the british flag symbolizing security justice and equality is flying over Pre loria The circular is considered an artfully disguised appeal to the country antiUlltrpresent troubles in South Africa It is never easy to toll just what the gongmen of the campaign committees really think of the political situation They want of course to inspire their own men with confidence that theii isIW88to be on tho winning side but at the satim time they want to guard against kelltheiritknownolidbacking gelfurtherthat are dark and lor tricks that arc vain othierpeople besides Chinese are j evertheiess Jt seems that there is a ring of sincerity in an inter view given out thl8Clty by Chair nina Babcock of Republican Con rresslonal Committed a day or two ago in this he points out the fact that as the South sends a south Democratic delegation of 120 votes the Democrats fromthemajority in the House of Representa atleastcock thinks the people are apathetic ohhenumber of gold Democrats will vote for McKinley and Boosevelt in 1900 as tlly did in 1800 for McKinley and- Hohart he thinks they are not so much 10CongrTap tap all day at the headrstoa throbIMore than Bother class of women the army orwomen t8 t tVcloselgenemihealthtion as the local health of the delicate Withirregularitiesheadline back or aides nausea and gen futurelife atthloutfromPreterlptionfunctions and so strengthens the delicate willbehealth be perfectly assured There is no cocaine- or other lJarcolJCln fltlaRriit contain alcohol whisky or other intox leant notLJhaftProrldence Catloirar Co Ky My pctlodt oc beprtongrd faintIoll bet they left me very went My rtomacfi ThlaWOdtraoothera7 FoOfWOrtUea of tl could work all tooit Ia hJl ate boujea of the Ifarorite mierfiw PcloIetaa return rf tbfa trmibrt Maea and newurl essh fe- l Jow the wwd wr We Texas risHTAM wo 9341 0 DEAR Mns PtsKHAM For some time I have thought of writing to you to let you know of the great benefit I have received Mrs Johnson Saved from- Insanity by Mrs Pinkham from the use of Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound Soon after the birth of my first child I cum with aE blverybecame so bad that I found I was gradually losing my mind The doctors treated me for female troubles but I got no better One doctor told me that I would be Insane I was advised by a friend to give Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound a trial and before I had taken all of the rst bottle my neighbors noticed the- hangec in me 1 have now taken five bottles and cannot find words sufficient to praise It I advise every woman whoIs suffering from any female weakness to give it a fair trial I thank you for your good medicine MBS GERTRUDE M JointiBOX JOSESBOBO TEXAS Mr Perkins Letter I had female trouble of all kinds had three doctors nut only grew worse I began taking Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills and used the Sanative Wash and can not praise your remedies enoughslIEs ElTlE PEBKDfS whole thing is that Mr Babcock ex presses himself as very pessimistic infregard to it Republican victory in House No Uiglit to UglinrsM The woman who Is lovely in fact form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract tive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If siteS has constipation or kidney trouble impure blood will cause pimples blot ches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the medicine in the world to regulate tomach liver and kidneys and to puri fy the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich pconiphoxioning charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry vThomasCOMMERCIAL TRAVELERS AROUSED fPhlladelphla Kecord1 The commercial travelers have a di ret interest in the trust question When competition is destroyed in any industry the number of is greatly reduced It IP therefore the concern of this class to aid the political unity that seems to be disposed to re strict thin operations of such combina tions hat the president of the Cow mercial travelers League has resigned his office in order to take the stumptflgpinst the Republican ticket members applauded his census of that party for this creation and continued surprising It is significant of the fail ImpressInlelligent their guarded expression against trusts Thirty minutes is all the time required to dye with PUTNAMFADELESS DYES Sold by C L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams Panola Ky augllm TWO TURKEYS IN ONE EGG Mrs David Yocum of the Vauars dall neighborhood took off a turkey turkeysWheubeen removed from the nest two eggs hatdltdjUpon pippeiLCliserHtrange phenomenon of two separate and well formed turkeys in the same ecg but both dead Harrodsburg Democrat After many intricate experiments scientists have discovered methods for digestantsThe8eprotioii found in the human body and united with substances that build up the digestive organs making n corn touud called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it digests what you eat and allows all nourisitinifoodlug radically cured by the medicinal agents it contains It is pleasant to take and will give quickly relief Per ry Thomas B HILL OK SI would have preferred hat modification be made in the plntform but I havo accepted the result and from now on I will be found with my fact toward the common enemy That what every man should do if he can not indorse Kcpulilicantem It is cow artily to take to the woods A gentleman recently cured of dya pepsia gave the appropriate bll81IngSomosomo have none that want it but we havo meat and wo can cat Kodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat it instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach Perry Thomas LOST A ticket to the Lexington Fair August isis Labeled Good for all features Value unlimited Finder will please return to this office and ge reward The law holds both maker and circn guiltyThflcounterfeit of DeWllfs Witch Hazel Salve risks your life to make a little larger profit You cannot trust him DeWjttft Is the only genuine and origi nal Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and all skin diseases See that your dealer gives you De Witts Salve Perry Thoman Alex Donelson one of the best known men in Davidson county Ten nessee was assassinated near the Con federate Soldiers Homo at the Hernii tajie by some unknown person Bismarcks Iron serve Was the result of his splendid lealth Indomitable will and tremen huts en riy are riot found wherq Stom ich Liver Kidneys and Bowels are ut of order Ifyou want these qdali lea and the success they bring us e Dr Kings New Life Pills They le velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomfis Drug tore2The remains of about 700 American oldiers buried at the battlefield of dlsimerredTexas for burial For honoR fnlnrleflf piles and skin di se neR nte DcWittA Hazel Salve It is the original Counterfeits may be offered Use only DeWitts PttIfV k Thomas Vote as yon would vote if you tnew that your vote would determine this election said Mr Bryan in the fret of the at Licoln YlrilIowwholeW84I W wya vote rigbLJIos- ton Globe Thm ae e Iwtter i 5ltn wfai hnDeW sUtUc Mlr Kaew Always rrowjrt v4 dirt Pry end Tbia r J r rSWISEANDt1HEhiWlS vt Q f A wise man never goes to a bank teller for information The longest pel iods III the life of a small boy are those between meals leutIf a man hits a good judgment he occasionally uuesthejudgmeiitof other You can seldom judge a man by his actions when he is away from home A gem js not polished without rub- tiguor is a man perfect without ials- The older a woman gets the more proposals she lots had that she can reo member The man who wants to be good has lelt opposition titan the man who wants to be gseatllIt takes twodrunken men ti make a pair ot tights ISL All in not gold that glitters Some times it is a diamond all well regulated families the hired girl has to get up and dust AIls man has to do when he goes shopping with his wife is to take notes The man who smokes hams is more important than the one who smokes garettesEx A TUMBLE This does not refer to prices or any tiling of that kind but to the clebrated Dillworth family o acrobata4 ladles ntI four gents in long skirts and dress uits the greats acrobats in the world A free performance each day at the Lexington Horsr Show Fait and Carnival August 1318 You cant afford to miss it See bills for other eaturesnThe report of the Republicans that they ma bo accused of assassination but that they are not guilty of grand larcenylscharacteristic their estimation the removal of the sacred ollar would be a far greater crime hati the murder of a human being Assassinate character for office if need he slay your fellow for greed sacrifice blood for the sake of commerce and elevate the dollar above the mnn Do your obeisances to St liannacannonize martyr Taylor and trust the Trusts while the consecrated dukt Yerkes and Dick Knott from the choir loft infplringOur Money sever Gives OutDanv- llle News We congratulate tho Republican laIJor rights tothe people and thereby pre ent the State from having as officers defeated at the polls say the Re platformAso n cowardlyfrteon how fully the party of rand force and venality endorses the brutal acts of those have brought such shame upon the State Can any honest man support the nominee of such a party on such a platform Stanford Journal Some of the big New York stores are Irving a new method of dealing with shoplifters The present system of prosecuting them in court is not en pilfcredlarcenyThereforethe shoplifters whatever they have stolen conduct them to the back door and dismiss them with a good swift kick adding a warning that next time the offender will he sent to jail Princess Charlott the sister of the German Empiror predicts the early revival of the hoopskirt and is aghast a t amontihepetticoats once begin to heave and wellshe said there will be no end to bloated shapeliness and no one will he benefited thia revival of the vilest of fashions but the cloth makers VashlngIonof the Bureau of Education have been fending out copies of antiBoer phain to teachers in the Middle West in violation of the law The work is being done by order of the Commis sioner of Education and the foldh room employee have been instructed to observe secrecy in handling the pham phlets Until tho discovery of deposits of lime in the Calico Mountains borax had been a product of the marsh and of methods the simplest admitting no mecbaniralappllanreKAn discovery of borate of lime in stratified rock formation Thenceforward the industry was transformed into a propo sition akin to that of quartz mining Roosevelt said at Chicago The one allImportant foundation of out system of orderly is obediece to law That the Pittstinrg Post sup poses is why he countenanced pro tected and shielded Taylor the fugi indialedof Governor Goebel Augusta Chron Ide Dem WhatV the meaninir of this asked the farmers wife You say von went to town on business and here in this aPnlireIts a reporters mistake The prisoner bore your narueHonry Adolphns Yes thats the mistake I gave an other nnmeEx II have hearth a great deal said the nrgiinnntntivn boarder about hair anmebol3hiow hoarderFIrstmoment providentially the Welsh rabbit was brought on Chinese laundries in Chicago are the fourlaundriesChineselauntlricI Tim Democratic National Committee will begin its preliminary campaign work at Chicago this week Commit proparatious The treaty ports of Cubit are crowded interlorofTheyare prettymaidAsked the stranger with a sfaro Dont bother me now kind sir slip said Ill see you at the Lexington Fair August 1318 WE GUARANTEEDr Coldwclls Syrup Pepsin to euro IndfgesdouSickwbse takea according to directioas Dft W B CALDWELL u after tnkine twotltM ota tb5er MM dollaPaoute It iI te4wtIlJOef1l8ll PIIW SUP mrwt2mcm w t NereLtOveWhen to ave his homo and friends eweetheart on shoulder leans and Mia ith brjftklnc heart Will you forget mej here la what he saj IllT l erti T LovelSAnd whenwe are asked if we will move our NOoodavinz rented the shop back of the Church we wilt there conduct the Central Kentucky Monumental Work and at Nicbo lasville the NicholasTille Marble and Graaite Works with skilled labor firstclass material polite attention and low prices Call und sae neZ73m GOLDEN FLORA THELOUISVILLE TIMESTS 1 Richmond will be promptly delivered to residences and places of busi ess by our localagent J T Hamilton- Best State News Reliable Market Reports Most Interesting Paper in Ky hAS STOVES + +4++ + +4t++ AT COSTl tt11 CHEAP GAS ttttDo not have a gasoline explosion when you can get Gas nt SI 25 per thousand for cooking and heating This Company Has Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encourage the Use of the Gas Stovett Once try a Gas Cooking Stove and you will never give it up It is just as cheap as coal and always ready can hake in three minutes We sell Stoves at Cost and run pipe to curbiug free and into the house at Cost Use a Wolsbacli burner and increase your light five times and reduce your gas bill twothirds Call at the office for particulars IllMQ1 WATER LIGHT Season fishing tickets 5 day tickets 25 cents 2m- aytfNOTICE We would call your especial attention to the fact that our stock of VALL PAPER AND DE RATIVEDE IGN Jnst received are all new and of the choicest designs and we Invite you to can at oar Drug Store on Main street and inspect sadie before bnyln elsewhere We hue Mr W L LEEDS connected with us who will furnish estimates on all work and decorate your rooms In the latest style and at reasonable prices We guarantee all work done by him to be uptodate We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet stationery paints and oils Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods you buy or not Hespt C PERRY THOMAS Csioocuoasiow o 213 llalq Street Rkhnead Ky PHONE NO 71 SS Jant7Iy i II c II c IIIII n PLEASE TRY OANIY CATHARTIC I lOc 25c50e t sa 555 5PS5s from and INHBUYmiddlemen big profit when you can buy direct from a manufacturer and jobber at wholesale prices We manufacture everything in the paint line We buy in large quanti jobbersiprices sell you for less money than those who in small racticalexIperience Our stock is the largest this side of the large cities With more than 30 years of actual practical experience in the Paint and Wall Paper Busi ness we belhre qualifies us to sell you better goods at less money than any firm this side of the large cities fieo M Willging Wall PapersWindow shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Glass cSP trDniz llom Ianc propt1yP4NY of Lexington Ky a home Institntion Gives protection against FIFE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no Initiation fee charged to become a member or company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating In the State and gets cheaper every year falling to YParFor on theic agent mid collector B n D Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompan upstairs J H CARTER Pies mayMly C 0 B03WORTU Setfy FOR SALE I One registered Bull and twenty hlgbRrade bySptembermy farm and other personal property Sonic ol these Cows are extra good W T BARNES msy9lm Richmond Ky Dr Louis II Landman No 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Qlyndon Itlchmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JULT 11 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each nonlh Reference every physician ol Rich morn Ky maytly THE GREAT Elks Fair Winchester Ky AUGUST 123Lib- eral purses and premiums dayTheGreat Floral Hall Exhibit Thousands of other attrac tions Send for Catalogue W I mfSscy Winchester Ky c Iv Ii i+ v PITT BURG ENTAL T OZ YARD I EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged MarketBest for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks attCfltiOhl4 PR WffiSSffiJffi SIM8K IDOKMELL Geicwl Mir =FENCE= = J Something New In Farm Pence I LexingtonKtheorlgmalpateRtCOILWIRbefore WE PUT 11 UP FOf YOU CoulHayJ mm 4 winBLKPHQNB 142 i r JA 5 swea milkers LUDRUGGISTS B sssesoin INGt Eiiiai friends and customers thatFE fl FBrfEiourt i3iiip1lIG nrrf1fnS fr1 lEIII Factory prices have n1vIIlcedoti pi8 tIm our goods early and can offer in 1iH ducements Unit will interest and ijl benefit all We have a nice iUBf IPm itolingly CHEAP l 1 alEverytliing desired in under ill j El l3- Eh1ni taking line always kept in stock fj j w S OLD AMSI EiSUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDIIAM I I D TJy Phone 7G Night 136 A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLERS BUCKEYE IO3pifl c PILE CURE ANew Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CENTSJUlES LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggiststd01y rv= X4 d TIB Soatba Mutual Imimi OR UHXINQTON KY SF 5s00000 FCtiZ Up ill LiViIlj JJeiiCfitS S 122QOOJ2EsERTIEIJjyD rjpjy J jU We pay while you live vj They pay when you die WHICH ro L 7MITH BOW7ic74 l ICYIIw StPefLPRI4T1NG CO 4 I JQ9 PRINTERS 0 ECOND sr RICHMOND K r4