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MADISON COUNTY, Royal makes the food pure, M bolesome and delicious. DEMOCRACY KENTUCKY, AND ITS FUTURE. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 13, jsrfe5? L898. I m NUMBER 45. i funded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address. the laws they had formulated. A Southern man, out of the fullness of his love for the flag of the Union, wrote a stirring poem at this date, after nearly a hundred years, stirs our hearts to patriotic frenzy. Is it to be supposed Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- that tho descendants of these men would day. turn when any portion of their countryGeorgetown, Scott county, third Mon- men are contending agltin&t a foreign power and stab them in the back? day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. The Southern men who fought as one N icholusville, Jessamine county, third to three over their own hearthstones, Monday. hopeless of success, but determined to Winchester, Clark countv, fourth bae their honor when all else was lost, were nerved to the sacrifice of their all Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth by principle. Now, though it cannot be Monday. denied they have bitter heartburnings misery of sleeplessness can only be when they remember the past, thesame by those who have experiTHE For the Climax. dominating principle keeps them true enced it. Nervousness, sleeplessness, LIBERTY ! to the Government their forefathers headaches, neuralgia and that miserable helped to create and establish. The fccllns of unrest, can surely be cured by Dr. Sweet Liberty, we thee adore Miles' Restorative Nervine. So certain fe Southern men can never cease to be Above all else on earth, Er. Miles of this fact that all druggists are Americans, and are for Americans For joy and gladness thou dost bring. authorised to refund price paid for tho first To fill our hearts with mirth. against the world in arms; and those nabottle tried, providing it does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Bruns, wife of tho ivell known tions or men know little of the SouthThy golden shield spread o'er blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: ern people who believe that when they This bright and happy land. 'I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervousWhere brain and muscle rule, accepted even the modified citizenship ness, headache and Irregular menstruation: And w rong we all withstand. offered in the period of reconstruction, suffering untold misery for years. I used O, Liberty, who knows the power, they did it as a subject race only waitvarious advertised remedies for female com-- r Of thy unyielding ley ? laints besides being under tho care of local ing an opportunity to rise and crush Who understands the majesty physicians, without help. I noticed in Dr. out, by the help of alienations, the peoOf that which maketh free? Miles' advertisement tho testimonial of a ple whose welfare, whose traditions lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and O, to our nation ever be I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her and whose glory were indisputably their A bulwark round its shore; testimonial induced me to use Dr. Miles' own. Extend thy anus from East to West, Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which And save forevcrmore. It is not only over American territory restored me to health. I cannot say enough O, Liberty, thou gift of gifts, that the Moinoe doctrine is in force. for Dr.Miles'Eemedies.' Dwell ever in our breast, Dr Miles Comedies Our hearts leject ' dangling alliances," Dr. Our fathers sealed thee with their blood, s are sold by all and Americans must stand by AmeriMiles'' Xow in thy fold we rest. under a positive cans, from whatever section of the guarantee, first bottle Nervine: An now as o'er our schools there waves, country they come, as long as our benefits or money reThe red, the white, the blue; ;Hestores Her Health Restored Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon day. Lexington, Fayette county, second William J. Stone, of Missouri, in the March Forum. jigyJva Judging the future by the past, I think it safe to say generally that so long doctrine of centralization as-the is opposed, and the doctrine of popular sovereignty in the nation and of State supremacy over local affairs is maintained, and so long as tho people fight for liberty for and for the control of public affairs CSSS McCormick Bros PS'SVN 9 H &m, Installment Hous POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOPK. THEIR RELIGION WILL CALL THEM TO ARMS. The Catholic ( Ohio) Columbian. States and Spain, the Catholic citizens of this republic would do their full duty to the flag. This opinion has been officially echoed by the Most Rev. Archbishop ot Oregon, who, in a letter to the clergy of his diocese, writes: "Every right-mindeand good man will recognize war to be, in the rule, a d Two weeks ago the Columbian stated that in case of war between the United drug--ist- 1 great evil. But war is lic 5-- . Heath - Elkhart, Ind. We each to each these words now pledge. That to this country we'll be true. And when at last our race is run, And we have gone from earth, May those who follow in our ivake, Enjoy the same true mirth. lasts. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. AITOEITEYS. 0 W. "Osk Dee See." MILLER. ATTOajJEY-AT-LA- AGAINST - A 1EI 70S Ricimoxp, - Kbxtccey. office in the Barnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y I anner's National Bank. THE NATION IS AS ONE MAN. By Mrs. Je3erson Davis, in X. Y. World. J. -- 5u. SI - jX"7"2S3", Attoksey-at-La- RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. otfioe over Taylor's Hani ware store, Court House, on Main Street. - op-losi- II. Ilii B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. iiMOND, - - Kentucky. 31-3- Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. 0 J. C. & D. M. CUENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over ;roepry. Chen-ault's PHYSICIANS. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. - Kentucky V Telephone at office aad DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Otfice in the Joe Cc.lins hmWing, 8 and 10 Sec17- ond Street, over Wane -- sW drugstore. CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. tarOfiice up stairs, over store, recently accu-pie- d by Richmond Harness Co East Main y St., Richmond, Ky. apr7-l- H. C. Medicine and Surgery. Ofhce Collins Buildinc, Main Street. at residence ----- JASPER, M. D (the Cnrr Broadway. Telephone pUce) on Rictimokd, Kentucky. rr V. EVANS, M. D., FllYSICIAX AND SURGEON, Richmond. - - - - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Richmond. ce - - - Kentucky and residence on Second Street DS1TTAL STJSGEHT. Dt. "OaVetvYvrvc " "oterm A few days ago a paragraph copied from a paper published m Madrid stated the opinoiu that in cabe of a war between the CTnited Stales and Spain a great element of weakuess to the United Suites would be the danger that the Southern people might seize that occa sion to revenge their wrongs upon the people of the North. The principles of the two governments are so radically different that one can readily see how the Spaniards might make such a mistake. One asserts a divine right to govern by accident of ancestry; the other insists that the divine right resides iu each citizen of his country, and each American answers to its call promptly and cheerily because he is a joint owner of the whole country from Maine to Alaska and from the utmost boundary of Texas to California. Feeling this sense of possession, 'he fights for his own property in the partnership of States, won by his ancestors' valor oi his own, which he knows will be governed by himself and his descendants. Under these conditions the difficulty is to rettraiu the volunteer spirit so that our leaders may not he embarrassed by more men rushing to the frout than am be armed and equipped for action. In case of a war with another country there would be no question of enforcing enlistments by drafting men. This ardor on the part oi our people is not because they ate cither more gallant or patriotic than the Spaniards, but because they have a more individual proper iuterest in the land, for the wise use and govenment of which thev are personally responsible, and in which they actively participate. If the doubt of the fealty of Southern men to their country quoted above had been expressed by Americans it would have been received as an insult. The independence of this countiy was won by tiie united valor, blood and treasure of the wliole people during the American devolution, and never since that time has any battle been fought against a foreign country without more than the requisite quota of brave Southern men rushing to fill the ranks of the army at the first note of war. In the war of 1S12, iu Mexico and in the Indian wars Southern soldiers have eagerly pressed forward at the call of duty, and they have done, if uot more, at least as much to render the flag of the United States glorious as the North has achieved. A Southern man led the Colonial Array on to victor' and autonomy. Southern men drafted our Constitution, defined our rights under its provisions and administered inde-pene- I heard an anecdote a few years ago which seemed to me to express the sentiment of the people of the United States. Two little brothers were very angry and struck out manfully at each other. Just then a wayfarer came by and looked at the little combatants. One of them immediately threw his arms lovingly around the other s neck and whispered: "I don't love you much right now. but we must not fight before strangers." No one who is familiar with the history of Spain on bea or land can undervalue her prowess, and she has nothing, therefore, to gain by a beligerent spirit so far as reputation or territory is in"War is a frightful arbiter of volved. quarrels, and in this enlightened age there should be some more civilized mode of settling a dispute. At the end of a bloody and exhausting struggle the courage of neither Spain nor America would shine more brightly than it does at this moment, and all lovers of peace and aspirants for national prosperity pray that both countries will see their best interests in a peaceful adjustment of their differences. Robbed the Grave. A startling incident of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up. Fortunately, a friend advised trying "Electric Hitters," and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement. I continued their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim." No one should Children like it.it saves their lives. fail to try them. Only 50 cents per bot- We mean One Jlinute Cough Cure, the tle at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. Suc infallible remedy for coughs, colds, G cessors to W. G. White. croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all throat and lung troubles. Douglap & Wines, LETTER THAT GOES ALWAYS. Druggist. voidable, sometimes necessary and sometimes resulting in immense advantages. Surely the war for our independence which the peerless Washington led against Great Britain, and the war which saved Europe from the unspeakable Turk, were well worth the blood and treasure invested in them. As it is evident that there is iminent danger of war breaking out between our country and Spain, let us pray God that through tiie intercession of His Immaculate Mother it may be honorably averted. We therefore order the rexerend clergy to add in the Mass the collect "pro pace,' and to recite with the people one Our Father and Hall Mary after the daily Mass. We avail ourselves of this opportunity, however, to call to the mind of our Catholic brethren that should n war break out between our country and Spain we are obliged in conscience to be loyal to the flag the Stars and Stripes. It is the teaching of Catholic theology that the government has a light binding on the conscience of its subjects lor their money and their aims in war against the foe. We trust afier God and the intercession ol the Blessed Virgin in the well known peaceable disposition of the American people that may yet be averted. But should it come Catholics you know your du'y we will add our prayers that you may rival the splendid record of bravery and heroism which your brethren in tho faith have won in the other wars of our republic and that an honorable success will crown the Hag of our country once more." So say we all: peace, if possible, with honor, wo pray for; but if war must come, then war will find the Catholics of this country devoted to the loyal service of their native or adopted land. Their religion adds its obligations to the duty of patriotism. Their church will bless their banners and give them its blessing as they set out for the scene of conflict. lo-alty, sometimes una- against sordid special interests, the Democratic party will bo unchanged In other words, conservatively stated, so long as the principles of Thomas Jefferson are a vital influence in the Republic, the Democratic party will continue to be what it has ever been the exponent of those principles. The battles of the future will be substantially along the same lines as those of the post. Against tne Demo cratic party will be arrayed the same powerful influences which opposed it in the last campaign; while its supporters will come from tho multitude whose loyal hearts and busy hands make tho nation really opulent and great. Tho declaratiousof the Chicago platform of 1S9G, so far as they relate to fundamental questions, will stand as they have stoud for a century, as tho permanent creed of the party; and so far as they relate to financial and purely economic questions, they will be repeated and insisted upon from one convention to another until cryetalizecl into legislation, oi until eliminated, by reason of satisfactory changes in the industrial and economic conditions of the country. I say this because that platform is a clear, conservative, comprehensive statement of the Democratic position. Every declaration in it is Democratic, made alone in the interest of the common people, and in strict accord with the ancient faith of the party. Moreover the platform has the approval of the people themselves; it is indeed their handiwork; and the politicians could not change it if they would. Remarkable Rescue-Mrs- . Michael Curtain, Plainfield.Ul., Price i Fighters! The n fE you need anything in the FURNITURE line, call and see us, we guarantee to save you from 25 to 50 per cent, on all kinds of Tl IBBi Hurnlture arid Mattresses, FURNITURE SOLD ON INSTALLMENTS. Bed Room Suites, 3 Pieces Prom $18 up. I BIS ,fv3. n $J1 n rm ITURE, Footstools, Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses nnivofl niifl mnrlp rmw VVl .AAVj. AXAl..VVy XV 11.1JL IT I Hall Racks, $1.50, Wardropes, $9.00 up. Center Tables, 75c. up. We also make fine Corner Seats, and all kinds of Parlor Ptjrn re- - ragS" K makes the statement that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs : she was treated for a month by her family physician, but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption; she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well, now does her own housework and is well as she every was Free trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Perry it Thomas' Drug Store. Successors to "V. G. White. Large bottles 50 cents 6 and $1 00. SMALL-POX FK"V?yl B3 1 Awmin OS if Of all kinds, made to 0rdei' at Rock-Bottom pi Prices. rTVrVV la r5R rh Tr-L P Ki AND ROYALTY. I Exchange. The small-po- x. Czarina is down with the r?5$1 Z3KNTXST, op Louisxiixe, Kv. next door to Government 1Bunding, RichmSDd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 12-- to 1. novl"-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to postoffice. QR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins Grocery., same office y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. janl2-l- HONnTTT of CALDWELL, Parkersbnrg, WvVa Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. Paekeesbdrg, "W. Va., January 26, 1995. Probably no letter in the whole world in all time has been traveling for so long as that of the class of '44 of Yale College. Some fifty years ago some of the members undertook to keep a letter circulating, each man receiving, adding whatever he considered would interest the others, and when the epistle got around to him again, removing his previous effort and replacing it with a new one. So the letter went on its endless way, year after year, and it is still moving telling to tho aged men who are left of the class of '44 what their fellows aro doing, of their successes and disappointments, of deaths, too often, as the class dwindles away before the ruthless hand of time. Not all the survivors are members of the chain, but the letter writers are so well distributed that almost all of the classinateB are beard from and hear of the news contained in the letter. At present the letter makes a long journey in the intervene between its arrivals to any one man. A Worcester member is Jno. A. Dana. He has just received the regretful comments of his classmates at the death of their old friend at college, Colonel , John Wetherell, with comments on the news paper biography which Mr. Dana had M gflq 13 inclosed at his last sending. The letter had gone from Worcester to Lee, Massachuetts; thence to Chicago, to Minneapolis, to Pasadena, California; good for the sufferer Birmingham, Alabama; Capo May but extremely New Jersey town; Plant-villfrom that harassing disease is Dr. and another Connecticut, Pittsfleld, Somer-vill- e Averts Cherry Pectoral. ,No mediand back to Worcester. Globe cine can compare with this great Democrat. remedy in the prompt and permaIn the family of the late Col F. T. nent aid it gives in all bronchial Russel, of this place, there has exfor some time. It such a affections. It stops the cough, istedintendedletter its originator, Mrs. by was soothes the irritated throat, and in- Evelyn Black well, to supply the place duces refreshing sleep. of family reunions so much enjoyed while father and mother lived at the bronchial trouble of Buch a per"I had a sistent and stubborn character that thedoc-to- r old homestead. In a family of seven, pronounced it incurable with ordinary now so widely scattered over different remedies, but recommended me to try Ayera 6tates, no letter is hailed with so much Cherry Pectoral. One bottle cured me." to-d- ay nt DELAYED. CORRESPONDENCE. WAGXRSVILLR Estill County. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly, of Locust Branch, 6pent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wilson. Mrs. 0. "W. Arvin was taken seriously ill last Saturday, but she is now convalescing. Miss Sudie Tipton, of this place, entertained a number of her young fiiends last Saturday night. Miss Ida Park, of Parkland, near Irvine, was the guest of Miss Ella Park last week. Miss Nannie T. Wilson, of this place, is with her sister, Mrs. Bruce Scott, who has been sick for several days. Thomas Scnvner and family, of Ows ley county, were here last week on their way to Madison county, where they will make their future home. Master Hume Wagers has had sore arm, caused by vaccination, but is much better at this writing. April fools have been flying thick and fast here for several days. Some gentle damsel has been so kind as to send to a certain gentleman of this plabe one of these anonymous epistles containing ,la cure for love," this mak ing about the fourth prescription which he has received. His most grateful thanks are extended to the fair writer. Many another has been, too. The Saracens found the disease in Africa and introduced it in Europe. That was 1,200 years ago Until Jen-licame it was fashionable among all classes. Said the fourteenth Louis of France, 'I have the small-pox'Sire, so has every one." He was not sympathetic, merely; he was exact. It heightened Queen Elizabeth's absence and beauty. Willfcuu III. gave it to one of his pages, and, that the honor might be becomingly remembered, gave him the Duchy of Portland also. Maria Theresa had it. So did Queen Mary. It was epidemic in palaces. But it was not confined to thrones. When it reached this part of the world it singularly aided the civilizing influence of Spain. Out of Mexico alone it took nearly 4 000,000 people. In South America its help fulness as great. Then, returning to Europe, it depopulated the Northland. A century ago Jenner got to work at it. Thereafter its elliciency waned. The Czaripa is the first modern sovereign whom it has attacked. One may regret that it should have done so. This lady is one of the prettiest women in Euiope. As a young girl she was regarded as the fairest of the As Empress she was Princesses. As Czarina she sits on a seat so high that she overlooks two continents. In her diadem the dominion of all the Russian gleams. In her scepter is tho fate of kingdoms. Nature made her fair, destiny great. One might fancy her blessed beyond all other women. Yet neither beauty nor power served to protect her. Her husband has interested himself elsehas where. In his place small-pox- ; come. Who is happy? Mirabeau was asked. "Some miserable wretch," he answered. No plaiu woman need envy tho Czarina. er . Kelley lliUJlLltLQ SSI ." zi?rrjm cit ffyf tM CAIHAPIIC 4U Pi RECIPE FOR CROUP. WATER VS. WINE J. B. Noyes, in World and Works.) Housekeeper asks in the January number: "Will some of our physicians tell us what to do for croup before the doctor arrives ?" I am not a physician, but I can tell what we have clone many times and always successfully.. We have a little girl who is subject to croup if she takes even a liht cold, and we have never had a physician for the croup. of a 1. At the first appeal ance croupy cough, stir some salt into water and have the child drink it. 2. If you have goose oil or skunk oil, melt some as soon as possible, and give a spoonful every four or five minutes until the child vomits. 3. If you have neither oil, put some butter in a saucer and rub it into an equal bulk of sugar. Feed the child this until it vomits. 4. Get the feet warm as soon as possible and keep them warm. Grease the throat well with auy kind of greate mixed with turpentine or kerosene, and cover with a warm flannel cloth. 5. Every family where there are children should have some lobelia on hand. A little tea made of it will caube the child to vomit in two or tlree minutes, when othe. remedits (Rev. Apropos ot the christening of the "Kentucky" with water, the "Union Signal," the newspaper of the V, C. T. U., contrasts, in its last issue, the record of the United States warships christened with water with those at whose launching wine had been used. The Constitution, or "Old Ironsides," was christened with water taken from a spring at Bunker Hill, while the Hartfort waschris-ten- d with a bottle of Connecticut river water. Both these vessels, the Signal points out, had magnificent records, while those of the warships President, Mississippi, Huron, Ornado. Tecumseh, Nipsic, Vandalia, Trenton and Maine-- all christened with wine were records of In the President a large gun exploded, killing several visitors and officers; the Mississippi was lost in the Potomac during the civil war; the Huron was lost off Cape Hatteras, with all on board; tne Ornado was run into by an English vessel in Bombay harbor and over 100 officers and men lost; the Tecumseh was lost in Mobile Bay; the Nipsic, the Vandalia and the Trenton foff Samoa; and the Maine in Havana harbor. ill-luc- k. S i 10 B 25 f pie and SO J ABSOLUTELY GUAMTEED booklet free. Ad. STERLING HE3IEDT ( O.. Chicago. Montreal. Can.. or.NewTork n rwvTt n 01 r, !?ZiSS P IAN.DY CURtCOHSTlPATIOHs iw B Z?K llEDrillLL I B" pi B ijl 1 iiPiilLTrrtP Zf9 Yf Ty ALL J DRUGGI5T5 21 7. i ! j lamnnsiili ttLCfZUAlOJX X) o E--i ST - itek. a 0 o in ip. J O 4- o o o -- . ii u & o w 03 YOUR CHICAGO TRIP. H3 o MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN The Person to Ask for e, It is a great leap from the old fashand nauseous ioned doses of blue-maphysics to the pleasant little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache and bilionsness. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. ss ONION AND SMALL-PO- The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen; I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, 1894. and find then to be as recommended. I first beam , taking them while at Hot Springs. Ail-- under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatism. Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules cave me sreat relief irom the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited. I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of theni. Very truly yonrs. Forest HilLW.Va. short time ago I was taken with a "A severe attack of bronchitis, and neither physicians nor ordinary remedies gave me relief. In despair of finding anything to cure me, I bought a bottle of Ayes Cherry Pectoral Less than one bottle entirely cured me." GEO. B. HUNTER, Altoona, Pa. J. C. WOODSON, P. 1L, Aycr's Cterrg petitm now CdablusT Caldwell. Sold by T. S Hagan, Dnicefct. Price 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6store and get free sample. put np in half-siz- e bottles at half irice50 cents. "Suiall-pox- " iK now only second to "war" as a chief topic of conversation. delight as the "family letter." On the Southern train to Louisville a For a time, each fireside is visited few mornings ago I fell iu witL 60me the joys and sorrows mutually shared traveling men who were discussing the with brothers and sister; or in fancy disease and the merits and demerits of all are gathered against the old home vaccination. ' I know a man," said ono and can almost hear the now still of the party, "who, while attending on voice and wise council of father and cases of small-po- x carried an onion in mother. his Docket constantly. After two weeks God's blessing on such letters! In that onion was Hterally covered with this day of transitory lifo and board little bumps, or1 eruptionB, resembling ing houses, they serve not only to ce those of small-poment the early long ties of childhood, 'Well, ho ought to have irinoculated but make the once loved and precious himself by eatintf the onion,'' suggested memories of home more sacred to our a listener. hearts. Columbia (Mo.,) Herald. He did eat h " was the reply, "and at this f killed, him- - YouJ B it DR. CALDWELL'S Istorv. but it is a1illjsoiutexy true auu cau ' 's... CURES INOI0CST1ON. I V be proven,!! neoiseary.;' x. sYRUP J may-scof- PEPSI N - Si may not be out of place to say here that when children have the The mosc gigantic job now before whooping cough, a teaspoonf ul of loCongress is the demand of the five little belia tea will often prevent a severe politicians- who compose the Inter-Stat- e coughing spell, if taken when a spasm Commerce Commission, to give them seems to be coming on. control of all the railroads of tne United 7. In cases of croup, don't waste a 2 fctates, with, including moment. It may mean the child's life miles of rail, their 000,000 employes, Get something into the stomach that their $10,500,000,000 capital invested, will cause vomiting, thai throwing the $535,000,000 passengers, and 774,000-00- 0 out the deadly phlegm. Work lively, tons of freight carried, and the and stick to it until the deiiired result money paid for .this trans- is seen. If all the above remedies portation. fail, jou may depend on it you have a This political job ought to be defeated. serious case, and while the doctor may Four of the live commissioners are be able to help the chances are that bound to their administration ho cannot. If he is a half mile or With the power given them by the pro- more away, the child may die even posed legislation, they can perpetuate before ho arrives) so think and act the administration. Mt Sterling Dem quickly. If the child does not vomit p.fter any of the above remedies, don't ocrat. wait, but use another as tou as possi Agenious has invented a series of ble. Don't give up work' until ycu spectacles for horses to wear. One set know the child is safe. makes the ground in front of a horse A torpid liver robs you if ambition appear about a foot higher than it realand ruins your health. DcWitt's Little ly is, aud be thus gets the TJiKAi-cleanse the liver, cures habit, so highly valued by Eastern pur- vtIv, constipation and all stomacU and liver chasers. Another will make a fence Douglas & Wines; Druggist. three feet high appear ten feet high and trouble, A North Carolina inoonsh 'ner, having the horse' at once jesigns auy attempt to It. Now. if fif will invent been taken in the toils, set dp the novel jump over some kind of glasses that will make defense that he had merely made illicit four eais of corn in the trough look like whisky in order "to get maaey enough a dozen, and thus fool thanimaPs ap- to paiut the church." The uduea were petite, be will have confehed a great of the opinion that he had n kde enough boon upon lbs farmors. Campliellaville to paint the town, so he was sent, up for Times Journal. ' I a two years' rest Er. 6. fail. 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SOUTH FroiD Lowell's Newspaper Directory "The JUchmond, KyM Climax, weekly, is credited with the Madison coanty or-i- a circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or The only paper ia MscMso1! eoui.ty the Eighth Congressional District." which supports all tbe eraecratio SUlSOgPTM, $125 JUrace. nonuBeet), from Presideat to Cosata- - Lirst iuh h ilWe. 9 Ii ' f"- - 4; -- Si v st "?. - ' y 5 - -- - ;.,, - et.ri A 'ft Li "W" - Ji. ?.. ..fc irff : h V SP&f--- : f f- - a? sl v 1 he Richmond Climax. PUBLISHKUrVKKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co. C C WOODS, looks as though tlie enemies of Dempcracy will try to play their role to havo tho Goebel election law condemned by the conventions this year. If they should attempt it, they will get a black oye, with tho probable exceptions of Louisville and tho Eleventh district, "Winchester Democrat. It And this is a true saying if it does apply with equal force to other places PRICE PER YEARi $1.50. not a thousand miles from our $100,-00- 0 post offlce: 1S98. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, "There are about 1500 clinrch members in Stanford, but they are hard to ." count J. F. Waters' FOR CONGRESS. We re authorized to announce Hon. Jaubs letter to Harrodsburg Sayings. B. McCbkxey, of Madison count, a candidate subject lor CongTes in the Eighth district; mch30-t- to This is the month for wars, as the f the action of the Democratic party. following serves to show : The Revolution began April 19, 1775. "Washington D.C.April 12, 4:45 The Black Hawk began April 21, Senate ant: House p. 1831. over message, and nothThe Mexican began April 24, 181G ing definite can be predicted at this Tle Civil war April 12 1SG1. J no Rhea. The war with Spain will begin boar. Uocate JSdWor. week-daysal.) to secure food tooH part in a most remarkable parade. Of the 9,000 strikers only 500 were able to march in the procession. As the poorly fed and ragged strikers passed through the streets a number of millionaires stood at tlie windows of their luxuriously furnished offices and laughed at tho spectacle before PERSONAL,. Monday. Mr. D. Honest Judge. II. Myers was In Lexington them. Some of the banners carried by the hungry men and women were reminders of the preside'ntial campaign of 189G, many of tho men on strike having taken part in tho "prosperity" parade of that year. Among the mottos carried were: 'While there's Soup therejs Hope." "McKinley and Starvation." ""What do you think of McKinley (Hanna) prosperity?" "Weaver's family six, Weaver's wages $6." "God is Omnipotent, and the Republican party (unfortunntely)Still Lives " Pbksidknt's Message In Our plement To-Da- y. Sup- April , 1898. wwfc swept Ohio and Michigan in city and township elections, while in Chicago they were Democrats last equally triumphant. If it is to be war, we are ready. Let it be sharp and decisive. The hated Spanish flag will never more wave over American soil after this contest is over. a mighty man. a mighty man is he ; he wipes the Spaniards off the earth, and wipes them oft the sea. He wipes the Maine from off the list of Spanish treachery; he wipes Sagasta's sweating brow and speaks most cheerfully. He wipes all honor from the States with one bold strobe of ink, and proves himself a patriot we don't think. Cynthinna Democrat. is McSixley Hon. O. II. Pollard, of Jackson, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in tho Tenth Dissays the trict, was in the city Lexington Lender. Mr. Pollard made his announcement for Congress only a few days ago, but says his chances look good, and he believes ho will win the nomination. There are five can didates already in the field for the Democratic nomination in the Tenth District, they being Messrs. O. H. Pollard, of Jackson; H. B. Kinsolving, of Mt. Sterling; D. D. Sublett, of Salyers ville; John E. Garner, of Winchester, and Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, present Congressman, of Prestonburg. Mr. Pollard said that with so manv candidates in the field that the out come was naturally uncertain, but that he believed he would go into the con vention with a lead in instructed votes. Mr. PolIarJ stated that he is the only candidate who is not making a direct fight upon Fitzpatrick, and said that he would not do so for tho reason that he proposed to take the stump for whoever might be nomina ted, and that he didn't want now to put himself in a position of attacking a man that he might afterwards have to support. Mr. Pollard thinks that the Republican candidate will be either n Hon. John W. Langley or gressman Hopkins. to-da- y, ex-Co- Mr. R.E. Turley Is in Canton, Ohio, on business. Mr. Nealo Bennett spoilt Sunday in Mt. Sterling. Mr. Matt Cohen returned Saturday night from New York. Mr. Robt. Littie spent sevoial days in Louisville last week. Mr. Chas. Chenault, of "Winchester, spont Sunday in this city. Dr. J.P. MacMillian Is attending Presbytery at Mt. Vernon. Capt. S. F. Rock has returned from a business trip to Benttyville. Mr. Ed. Rowland, of Nicholasville, was hero several days last week. Mr. S. B. Hume returned Sa'turday from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. John Harris visited relative in Nicholasville Saturday and Suuda3'. The Chasses des Fees will gives their next hop Monday night, the 18. Danville Advocate. Rev. W. F. Smith, of Lexington, former Pastor Christian church this city, was here Saturday and Sunday. Hon. "W. B. Shith returned Saturday from tho meeting of the Ohio Valley Bimetallic League held at Iudiana-opoli- In passing upon a claim in favor of Judge R G. Williams, of Rockcastlo, Inspector Lester says: "If the claim Serious Case of Internal Ulcerated ant in the case had resorted to the Piles Cured by Hood's Sarsapa-rilla-Ab- le methods of a great number of other to Work for tho First like officers in tho State to increase Time In Four Years. his fees in examining court cases he "My husband was taken with severe could havo made that claim twice or was once apInternal ulcerated piles. He threo times as great as it is. He Is to parently cured bnt the old trouble came back aa bad as ever. He became very weak. Alter a whilo he gave up all other medicines and began taking Hood's This medicine did him wonmonths he derful good. In about was able to walk oat in the the yard. When he had taken seven bottles he was able to ride out every day and work a little and he had gained 40 pounds in weight. He la now about as well as he ever was and has been at work on his farm. his own wheat, this Iist fall he sowed he had done for four being the first work years. I think Hood's Sarsaparilla the most wondertul medicine in the world." Nolia E. Head, Deatsville, Kentucky. bo commended for his honesty and Severe buffering economy in the discharge of his duty. Let his claim be paid in full." Tax Ridden Stanford. tw I I 2RHE We Advertise Facts -- I iM i HOOCFS Is the best Carina 1100(1 S in fact the One Truo Blood Purfler. easy to take, easy tobuy, easy to operate. 25c With the hard times comes a decreased assersment of property and a necessarily increased levy for taxes. But expenses should be nccordingl reduced. Says the Stanford Journal: "Taxes will eat us out finally. The county levy is fixed at 50 cents, the town at 73 cents and the State at 52, and with an extra 25 cents for school district purposes will make Stanford people pay over S2 on the hundred, which is considerable more than they inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing is more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in quality. Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But It is a mistake to advertise ''W and Foots Onluli Low P rices ana wooa uooos make a wonderfully strong combination. "We wish first to call your attention to our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreciaM ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guaranteed in every part, will out wear anv, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our S nrice Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or Ladies' Cincinnati made $ 1 30 spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest 3011 : 12 12 12 Dillc want to staud." The New Election Law to bo Tried in Madi son. s. Gov. McCbeaky and Hon. G. G. Gilbert, candidates for the Democratic nomination for Congress, spoke in joint rel dacy for Congress in the Eleventh debate at Stanford Monday. The JourDistrict, subject to the action of the nal says Mr. Gilbert "delivered a fine address, which was well received and Republican party. applauded." In a war with Spain the American Of the Governor's address it says: people are a unit. This nation has "His speech was a good one and ad stood too many insults already from deil more friends to his list." the Spaniards, and is it about time to is not good policy to make war call upon some of them to pass in their on all banks and corporations. It is check.--. quite right to make on such of Although war is to be Hbhorred un- them as are preying war the public to on der almost all circumstances, it is in- the detriment of the whole people, finitely better to wage it against such but there are many corporations that a barbarous nation as Spain than to let we could not well get along without, her continue her cruel and wicked rule and banks and railroads run on fair on this hemisphere. and honest principles are among that The people of Kentucky are unalterably opposed to the number. We suggestion that Hanua be loaded into should separate the good from the one of our sea guns and fired at the had and hew to the line. Frankfort enemy; it would relieve the American Ledger. youth of an example from which to Speaking for Lincoln county the take warning. Lexington Argonaut. Stanford Journol remaks: The large expenditures by the 'This county seems practically solid government in time of war will make for Hon. James B. McCreary for Conbusiness better and money easier to gress. A correspondent of the Louisget. The more money put in circula ville Dispatch snvs that 90 per cent, of tion the more active trade will be, and the voters are for him and from conthe greater the chances will be to get versations with scores of them it does work. not look like the estimate is exaggerated. True Democrats love McCreary Mn. Bkyan spoke to an audience for his faithfulness, his conservatism of 10,00(3 at Atlanta the other day that and his patriotism, and they recognize went wild over him, and to another now, of all times, he is needed in email audience of 10,000 at "Sew Or- that the councils of the nation." leans, where o,000 were turned away. Yet Bryan and free silver continue to A Whiter to the Jackson Hustler, die out. Mr. Sam Day, thus eleoquently expresMcCkeaky's candidacy meets with ses hi admiration for the best newsmuch favor in this locality and he papers in eastern Kentuck3': "Long live the Hustler, the daring will receive a united if th" two G. B'. fall in line with us. Davison and tearless representative of the bican set tin; Republican nomination for metallic forces of Eastern Kentucky-Thbrave fight it is making in behalf the asking, but then will he ask? No. Level Green cor. Ml Vernon Signal. of the people should arouse the sympa thy and support of the patriotic and Advices received from Port au liberty loving Democrats. It daring Prince, Hnyti. report a terrible finan- and fearless politicals, editorials, its cial condition to le existing there. newsy columns, and its labors in beThe premium on gold is 220 per cent, half of this section morally, education the greatest miery and .starvation all- and materially are drawing to it prevails in the interior, and Hour many warm friends in the mountains. costs $.'S0 a barrel, according to the.se Every body should take the Hustler and advices. induce his neighbor to take it. We hope to send in about 100 new subscribMcKixleyV message would be ers in a few days, and swell its already esay on mush and milk but as a document calculated to inspire large list in this countv." our jiatriotism it is a failure, disappointThe Ohio Valley League of Bimetallic ing to all. If McKinley won his rank Clubs met in convention at Indianapolis Major honestly he would fight Spain. of last week and li 000 delegates from Ohio, Else we think lie is surrendering to our Kentucky and Indiana were in attendenemies at home. ance. Bryan and Jones, and BlackFiTznur.li Lee is honored by the burn, and Bartine and Towne and other whole Nation. McKiulev is dishonored silver leaders were there leaders of the by his own party as well as others. Democratic, Populist and Free Silver How diflerent have these two men acted Republican parties. Judge Tarvin, of in this Spanish affair. One has acted Covington, was unanimously elected the MAN; the other the spineless crea- President. In his address of welcome ture who needs an apologist in every Mayor Tagi:art, of Indianapolis, said group that githero on the globe that we are united people when it came to lifting the oke of tyranny from the necks of suffering Cubans, but when it came to lifting the tyrannical yoke of the gold standard from Americans, we M found that the money power was arrayed in solid phalanx against the Democrats. Populists and Silver Republicans, Main and Broadway. therefore it would require uuited action and a hard fight. Madison County was represented by Morris Chairs Hou. W. B. Smith, the next Democratic Governor. Judge Vincent Bokeing, of Laucounty, has announced his candi- It e - to-da- C.F.Brower&Co Oak and Mahogany, Hpi JUST RE JEIVED Zr& Removable Corduroy Cushions, Adjustable Back, A Delightful Chair, 25 COUCHES. This one full size, upholstered in ported corduroy, splendid springs, im- PRICE, $7.50. Same couch with dress box uphols- Preachers should act like politicians, or at least like some politicians. If they don't agree with their church doctrine get out and join some other faith and don't disrupt their old church, destro ing its usefulness. After j ears of hurtful contentions Rev. Dr. Charles A. Briggs, professor of Biblical Theology in Union Theological Seminary, has created a sensation in church circles by resigning from the Presbytery of New York and applying for deacon's orders in the Protestant Episcopal church. Dr. Briggs became famous in the great Presbytery heresy trial five years ago. which resulted in his suspension from ministerial duties. Although a doctor of dhinity by Episcopalian practice, Dr. Briggs will be treated as a layman, and will be compelled to begin at the lowest order of priesthood of that church. It is said by liberals in the Presbytery that other prominent divines will follow Dr. Briggs' example and resign. the State Board of Equalization the Bath County Dsinocratsays: "The State's total assessment for last year, according to the work of County Assessors, fell 540,000,000 short of the previous year's equalized total assessment. In the equalizing that followed last year, property that had been assessed manifestly too low was so much in excess of that which had been assessed too high that the equalization made the total $19,000,000 greater than the Assessors made it, bringing the total up to $548,418,980, but left it still $21,000,000 short of the total equalized assessment for the preceding year. It is said that the Assessors, work for this year has by no means remedied this condition, and that with returning increased values, the total assessment of the State has been allowed by inadequate assessments, in many counties, to fall below not only the assessment for last year, bat much below the average total aesment for the last five of -- tered in denim Corduroy Full Size Leather Couch NOTE CAREFULLY. .... $800 12.00 20.00 In discussing the work "We are offering this week A 3 Piece Chamber Set, for . 13.50 A Beautiful Side Board 75 A Nice Dining Chair, for rji A Delightful Rocker, for . . . . A Kocker Upholstered beat anil 3.48 Back in Leather, for A Comfortable Full Size Baby 4.50 Carriage, for A 6 Piece Polished Frame Parlor Suit Upholstered in Tapestry . 20.00 .... $12.50 Our stock is full of choice new ideas, found here exclusively and offered at prices that will suit your fancy. See us for your spring purchases we will save you money. CF.Brower&Co I vears. I! Lexington, Ky. A KEMABKARra parade took place at 2few Bedford, Mfcss., one night last week. All the striking weavers who bad shoes to wear and bad been able As an evidence of the intensity of feeling that has characterized the Congressional debates on tlie Cuban question, we reprint this extract from a report of the proceedings, of last Thursday's session. The army r ganization bill was under considera tion : The debate ran on for two or three hours without anything ol importance. Mr. Lentz toward the end of the session, got the floor and after talking about the army bill for a time, branched off into the Spanish- Cuban situation, asking why Cuban independence should not now be granted. It did not involve war unless Spain declared it. Continuing, he said: "All the circumstances indicate that there will be no war with Spain. Yesterday we had this house filled to overflowing with visitors expecting a message from the President, which might end eventually in war, but finelly, in the afternoon word came that a message had been received from Gen. Lee, indicating that he wants time, and the message :s to be on that account. Now I don't believe that anybody had authority for the statement from the administration or any officer connected with it that justified the rumor which prevailed in the House yesterday." Mr. Lentz quoted various telegrams from Havana to show that no danger to Americans existed there, and that there was nothing to justify the statement sent to the capital. ''Influences in Xew York," he continued, "wired over to Boston, wired from Boston out to the western cities, wired from the western cities back here under the name of the peace party, which simply means the speculating party, demonstrated that there will be no war." Mr. Lentz read a number of messa-sage- s that had been passed over the wires, and newspaper utterances to sustain this contention, and continued: "Telegrams dictated by the commercial greed; telegrams all beginning in Wail street. It is the old question of the almighty dollar in this country that is destroying the manhood and the independence of it. I say that the center for this telegram seems not even Wall street, but Lombard street. It is a sympathetic fall in stocks that gentlemen who control the administration fear more than they fear war. We owe an apology to Judas Iscariot. He ougnt to be brought back and deified. If Judas Iscariot lived in this age he would have got himself elected United States Senator from New York. Mr. Handy, (Dem. Del.) What about Ohio ? Mr. Lentz I was told the other day over in the Senate they bow their heads twice now, once when the chaplain offers prayer, and once when a certain gentleman from Ohio enters. Once they bow in reverence, and the next time they bow in shame. Applause. Mr. Lentz quoted from newspapers of publication that charged tho administration with postponing the delay of tho message and agents with spreading false reports of riots in Havana in order to influence the movements of stocks, and quoted market reports. "All you have to do," ho added, "is to read stock exchange reports to know what governs the administration in this hour, when the glory of the nation and the glory of our flag have been dragged in the gutters of greed and selfishness. Now we have these international powers intervening. Their representatives in this city have carried a message to the President, asking for delay." Mr. Grosvenor That is not true. Mr. Qnigg It is as true as the other things tho gentleman has uttered. Mr. Lentz read the copy of the joint note of the powers submitted to President McKinley, and added : "We have no existing differences with Spain. We have 266 assassinated Americans, and if wo had any American manhood we would give to the (here applause on the floor and in the galleries drowned the speaker's voice.) When order was restored, Mr. Lentz proceeded, in the midst of increasing excitement and confusion: "It was asserted yesterday that the reason this Congress did not receive a message was because Gen. Lee, in Cuba, asked for delay. The real thought back of that delay was that stock might be lield up. Ever since March 8, 1807, this administration has been doing something to raise the price of stocks. That is the secret of the administration's policy this day and this hour." re-ode-lavto-da- Saundebs-Arxol- d. Sheriff Jas. Saunders surprised his many friends Tuesday by taking unto himself a The young lady's name was wife. Miss Sallie Arnold, daughter of Mr. H. Clay Arnold. Tho ceremony was performed by Elder Bailey, of Richmond, at the residence of the bride's father. day. The bride is a strikingly handsome Miss Jennie Ford, one of the popular lady, and a true typo of pure and noteachers in the city school at Richmond, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. ble woman. Lancaster Record. Quisenberry. Elkin Cor. Winchester Democrat. Miss Annie Crutcher received a Newby. At the residence of B. B. genuine welcome home from her largo circle of friends last week. She has Million on Tates Creek. Saturday, been absent several months in Missis- April 9, Mrs Talton Newby, Jr., aged 45 years. She was stricken with sippi and Texas. Wednesday while away from Col. T. M. Morrow, Editor of the Jackson Hustler, will soon remove homo. An additional shock Saturday his family to Winchester on account resulted in her death. A husband and of their protracted ill health here. four children survive her. Burial Sunday in Richmond cemetery. Clay City Cronicle. Covi'gton One of the saddest Elder W. F. Smith, of Lexington, an intimate friend of the family, was deaths occurring in Richmond in a called to Richmond to conduct the long, long time, was that of the inlant Coving Mrs. funeral services of the infant son of son of Mr. and Mary R. C. H. of Owen-toMorrow, ton, nee Miss Mr. and Mrs. R. C. II. Covington. Ky., which occurred on Friday Capt. Speed Smith, who officiated morning last at one o'clock. At seven at tho Masonic burial of S. D. Clay, o'clock the evening before the child was accompanied by Rodes Shackel- was bright and well, and while sitting ford, whose mother was a cousin of in his mother's lap tho little fellow Mr. Clay. Paris Kentuckian Citizen. suddenly went into a spasm and snnk Mrs. George G. Prewittand son Ben rapidly. The cause is thought to have returned to Richmond after a been from teething. The funeral took visit to her sister, Mrs. Will D. Old- place on Saturday morning at 10 ham. The small pox scare in that city o'clock, at Urn residence on the Sumis about over. Thursday's Lexington mit, and was conducted by Revs. W. F. Smith, of Lexington, and L. G. Leader. Rev. Dr. MacMilian delivered a Barbour, of this city, and a large crowd lecture in the M t. Vernon Presbyterian of sorrowing relatives and friends were church on Monday and received many present. The true depth of this sor compliments upon it- - Dr. MacMillian row can he known only to parents who is aschalorlv gentleman, a fine preach- have given up their little ones, though all who pause to think to think of tho er, and a faithful pastor. this sorrow two Letcher Owsley, Esq., telephoned can hearts that,are rent by is closer to learn that Heaven from Lancaster for reserved seats yesterday. An entertainment here with earth now by this golden link that out tho popular young lawyer would joins them together.BY C. W. SELECTED about bo like the play of Hamlet, with Somebody's baby was buried E. the principnl character omitted. The empty, white hearse from the grave rumStanford Journal. bled back. And the morning, somehow, seemed less smilMiss Letcher, of Richmond, visited ing and gav. Miss As I paused on the walk while it crossed on its her sister, Mrs. R. Douglas way. Bessie Riddle returned from Lexinga shadow seemed drawn o'er the sun's ton to her home at Irvine Win. Andgolden track. White, now ot Perkins, Madison county, visited James K. Price, this week. Somebody's baby was laid out to rest, White as a snowdrop and fair to behold. Nicholasvill Democrat. And the soft little hands were crossed over the breast. R. W. Colyer, who is working with his brother in Richmond in the And the hands and the lips and the eyelids were pressed sheriff's office, is in town for a With kisses as hot as the eyelids were cold. C. E. Wood5;, associate ediSomebody saw it go out of her sight tor of the Richmond Climax, spent Under the colhn-liout of the door, several days in Corbin last week visit- Somebody finds only darkness and blight All thro' the glory of summer sunlight ing his friend, Rev. J. R. Boatman. Some one whose baby will waken no more. Corbin News. Somebody's sorrow is making me weep, Mr. R. L. Cobb, one of tho directors cry 1 I of tho American Tobacco Company, Forknow not her name, hut echo her so to baby she longeu the says his company purchases every keep, sleep year over $1,000,000 worth of tobacco The baby that rode to its long, lastingrumbling In the little hite hearse that w ent Kentucky. Of it principal brand in by. of plug tobacco, he says the company I know not her name, but her sorrow I know makes and sells over o0.000,000 pounds While I paused on that crossing I lived it a year. Midway Clipper. once more woe Miss Stella Duncan, Richmond, and And back to heart surged that river of flow That but in the breast of a mother can Miss "May Taylor, Lexington, will For the little white hearse has been, too, at spend from Friday until Monday with my door. Miss Dora Murphy at Ambrose Ella Wheeler Wilcox in Demorest's Magazine. Col. W. K Letcher, of Cincinnati, RESOLUTION. spent from Friday until Monday with Since in the providence of God, the his daughter, Mrs. Rutherford Doug- infant son of Mr. and Mrs R. C. H. las. Mr, Letcher went to school in Covington has been suddenly taken Nicholasville when a boy and was a away, be it schoolmate of several of our citizens. Resolved, That we deeply deplore Jessamine Journal. the fact that one of the members of The late Senator Stockbridge, of our society hs been so sorely afflicted Michigan, though generally very plain and would offer her our tenderest symin his taste, spent $500,000 in building pathy, and earnestly invoke in her beand fitting up a mansion. Then he half the support and comfort that God told a friend that all he needed was a alone can give. parrot. "Why a parrot? asked an old ' ' Mothers, I see you by the nursery light, friend. "I'll tell you, Jim," answered Carrying your sweet babes all clad in white, Shepherd carries mine the Senator. "I want a parrot to sit Christ the Goodbest." And that is at the front door and say every time I Committee of The Dauc-hteb- s come in: "Hero comes that blamed of The Confederacy. fool that built this shauty." Lieutenant John R. Thomas and Mr. Likely to be a Contest by Two Big Egg Lev Russell have volunteered their Eaters. services to Col. Gaither at Harrods burg. In reply Col Gaither assured Our friend, Mr. John Ballard, of them that if an order was made put- Whites Station, who it seems is very ting him into active service they wouiu oe oruerea to report ior duty. fond of hen fruit, has let h3 reputa These are the first volunteers from tion as an egg eater reach the ears of Marion county but the courage and that notorious White Lick glutton, patrotism of the young men are Sam Wiloford, whereupon Wiloford is Sayings Lieut. Thomas is well remembered here as a talking of challenging Mr. Ballard to student of C. U. where he was Adju have an egs eating contest. John, it tant and First Lieutennut in the Mili is said, has a record of eating thirty tary Dept. eggs at one meal, and it is believed The marriage of John S. Baughman, that with a little old Bourbon to wash of Boyle, to Miss Pattie Beazley at tho them down he can actually devour his Christian on Tuesday evening promises to be a brilliant affair. Rev. T. II. weight in eggs at any time. If WiloCampbell will officiate and Mr. Branan ford wants to hold up his reputation as Beazley, brother of the bride, will con- on eeg eater we would advise him to duct her to the altar. Mr. Homer let "Battle Ax" alone. Baughman, brother of the groom, will Advertisers. be best man. Miss Allie Anderson will bo maid of honor, and Misses Jennie A great many persons believe that Burnside, MattieJCIkin, Alice Hudson, Lettie Brown and Sallie Steele, other advertisements are not read by the pubmaids in attendance. Miss May Hughes lic generally. In this they are miswill play theweddingmarchiandMrs. taken. Iu reply to a question why he Juliett Rodgers, Miss Addie Bursido, took the American editors of periodiMessrs. Frank West and J. C. Hemphill will render the wedding chorus. cals, which are also publish in England, affair, tho church Mr. Gladstone said: ''Because I want It will be a s will be handsomely decorated by Misses to read tho American advertising. It Sallie Elkin and Bettie Anderson and interests me as leading, and it is ono of a large crowd of friends and relatives will witness tho imposing ceremonies. my means for gauging the material The party will leave immediately to prosperity of that country." attend a reception at tho home of the Advertisements are an indication of groom in Danville, carrying with them congratulations and best wishes of the prosperity of the advertiser, and a the the entire community. Lancaster cor. little observation will convince any one that the day has passed for comStanford Journal 12th. A marriage of unusual interest will mercial success without properly adbe that of Miss LilajMannmg Chen vertising in some form. ault, of this city, and Mr, Nelson Gay, Kcntuckians. of Winchester, which is to take place at the Baptist church, this city, on The Columbia (Mo.) Herald is pubWednesday, April 20, at 12:30 p. m. lished in a section settled by The services will be performed by Therefore, the editor speaks Rev. Preston Blake f ormer th e pastor. In the evening preceding, as per an- by tho book as follows: "The Kennouncement accompanying the hand- tuckian always holds his head up somely engraven invitations, a recep- when he meets a friend. Ho never tion will be held at the home of the bride's parents at Cumberland View, dodges an acquaintance or deserts a east of this city. The bride is a daugh- neighbor. He is always true blue. Ho ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Douglas likes romance, and would much rathChenault, Sr., and sister of Messrs. er run off with a girl, than marry Jno. B., Harvey and T. D. Jr., and of quietly in a church. Indeed he has Mrs. Albert McCown and Misses Carlisle and Eleanor Chenault. She was been heard to express a doubt as to educated at Cincinnati and Staunton, whether a wedding in which the parVa., and is ayoungladyofgreatculture ents consented was altogether legal. and refinement and a charm of manner That he loves women and fast horses that has linked to her countless friende through life. Tho groom-to-bis a has passed into a proverb. But he wealthy farmer, of Clark countv, a likes only tho horses to be swift Tho member of the prominent Gay family Kentuckian is a born politican. When there, and is highly esteemed by a large circle of friends. The follow- he comes to Missouri as he usually ing is a list of tho attendants Maid does when he arrives at the age of of Honor, Miss Mary Gay. Bister of the discretion he first buys a farm and groom ; Misses Margaret Woodford, of then runs for office. He usually gets Montgomery, Bessie Woodford, of Bourbon, Mary Bennett and Laura the office and looses his farm. The Lynn, of this citv. Beet Man. Mr. Jno. Kentuckian likes politics because it B. Chenault, of this city; Messrs Wm. is part war and part lottery. He dearly uay, l. u. VanMeter, xnvjght JL'endle-to- n loves both. He will fight at the drop and Dr. Nelson Erewltt, all of Clark. Tho ushers will be Messrs. of the hat and drop the hat. He will C. H. and "Waller Chenault. Geo W. bet oh anything from a horse race to Evans, Jr., and W. S. Hume, of Midi-so- the length of the preacher's prayer. So Dr. L. J. Frazee returned from Louisville last week, where ho took a post graduate course in the Louisville Medical School. Miss Georgia Ray MacMillian, teacher of elocution in Hamilton College, Lexington, spent Easter with her parents at this place. Miss Mary Spencer Smith came over from Winchester to attend tho r- - an burial of the infant son Mrs. R. C. H. Covington, last Satur- MARRIED. DEATHS. pa-ralv- The Local Option Election in Rich' mond in June will be the first held un der the "Goebel" Election Law, and the offkers for this election will bo ap pointed by the county commissioners whoever they may be. Harrodsburgh will try the new law before Richmond. The Sayings says: Judge B. F. Roach accompanied by Col. E. H. Gaither and Messrs. Richard Vandivier and W. W. Stephenson went to Stanford, last Fridav, to consult Judge M. C. Saufley as what should be done with the petition of 233 voters of Harrodsburg, praying for an election in the town, on the question of local option. Judge Saufley sent his opinion on this subject to Judge Roach, Monday, and according to this, Judge Roach ordered an election to be held. May 10. This will, probably, be the first election under the new law and the officers of this election will be appointed by the county commissioners whoever they may be. Think The Fruit Is Not All Killed. Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. lipr f M ready, to hang up. ($25.00 Dollar purchase we give an elegant pier With a Twent3'-fiv- e Yours Respt., furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten (,$10.00; Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and ,f,'fa,'fy,s 8 M M n, to-da- few-day- s d, pearly-boug- ht full-dres- Ken-tuckian- s. e n, he goes; into politics." - J. II. Farris visited Ida home Saturday and Sunday. 1' Miss Bettio Azbi;i visited relatives at Berea last week. thus: The outlook for heat k good in this The mail and express train now u' Living. immediate vicinity: running irom Cincinnati to Mrs. Sallie WeetUoi Parfe, is viaitiac ston will be run to Stanford via Lan- - the Mfesoa Terrill afiTcrrill. MOST PERFECT MADE. caster. . It will leove atamora attar . Mies Nannte Tmka- - viaked A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powcfcr. Fm &&Mmm ins"'from XUifion'satl-errilllUwid- c kom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, the arrival of tie night "sviUe, pftewnjf Kboxt,1U aod . 4? YEARS THE STANDARD. , aj X TUMHur At the regular stated meeting of Marion Murphy Post, No. 161, G A R., held in this city, Saturday, April I), the following resolutions were otfered by Robert 11. Overly and unanimously adopted : Resolved, That we endorse to the fullest extent the wise, prudent il and patriotic policy adopted and by McKinley in our trouble with Spain. That we have the utmost confidence in his ability and patriotism to deal with the questions to the honor of the United States. We furth-- , erniore pledge him our hearty support and in all his rulings and decrees, and be it further Resolved, That we view with pride and esteem the brave and patriotic conduct of our gallant consul in Cuba, Gen. Fitzhugli Lee, and hold him up to all Americans and foreigners as u typicnl American; one who can be trusted to the fullest extent by his country in peace or war. Should the time come when his country would Its Fate Settled on Monday. call him home on accouut of trouble we hope he may be spared with Mr. David Fairleigli, attorney for to leave in safety under that blefe&ed Adolph Segal, purchaser of the R. N. I. emblem of liberty, the band playing & B. railroad, savs he believes the 'The Star Spangled Banner iu triumph purchase money will be paid April 11, shall wave," etc. Also that says the Louisville Times. When Mr. case of war. we tender our services in Segal purchased the property ho put up $25,000 in cash as a forfeit that he would Catarrh Cannot be Cured pay two bond issues of f 125,000 Febru with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as ary 2(5 and April 11. He lias not paid they canuot reach theseat of the disease the first but his attorney thinks he will Catarrh is a blood or constitional disease, and in order to cure it you must pay both on the latter date. The Guarantake internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh tor's Finance Company, of Philadelphia Cure is taken internally, and acts directwhich recently failed was security for ly on the blood ami mucous surfaces. Mr. Segal, but it is beleived that other Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack arrangements will be made by him be medicine. It was prescribed by one of tlie best physicians in tins country for fore the time expires for settlement years, and a regular prescription. It is Unless the payment of $250,000 is made composed of the best tonics known, Mr. Segal will forfeit his deposit of $25,- - combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. 000. It is stated that in view of the The perfect combination of the two inbusiness disturbance caused by the ru gredients is what produces such wonderful result in curing Catarrh, bend more of war, tho Louisville and Southeastern railway, the successor of the R. for testimonials, free. F. J . Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. N. I. & B., will not be extended at preSold by druggists, price 73c. apiO ltn sent. The morning and night passenger Of Interest lo All Towns Between Richmond trains, discontinued on account of small Anil Stanford. pox, resumed on Monday their regular It is to be hoped that General trip. Manager Metcalf, whom we personally Big Prices For Slock. know to be an eminently v.io and just official, will consider the earnThe much talked of cattle sale at Hardin county, came off Friday est wishes of the patrons of his road and from four to Ave hundred people when he takes up the question so fully were present from Fayette, Clark, set forth bijlow by our esteemed conBourbon, Montgomery, Scott, Jeffer- temporary, the Lancaster Itecord. "Arrangements were made fora meetson, Larue, Hart, Wairen, Barren, Meade and Grayson counties, and a ing between some citizens and the L, few from Indiana and Ohio. There fc N. railroad oflicials at Louisville were about 43S stockers, feeders and this week, but General Manager Metpartly fat cattle sold, ranging in calf telepraphed that he was called weight from 400 to 1,100 pounds The away by telecraph and would inform d lots, and our folks when it would suit for an stock was divided in sold by tho head, thereforo no definite other meeting. Those who will go to price could be determined, Louisville tD urjje the charge are Hon. but capable judges estimate that the Stone Walker, of Richmond, Col. "W. average price per pound would be be- P. AValton, of Stanford, 'Squire W. H. tween 5 and h cents. The aggregate Kintiaird, J. E. Stormes, Robt. Col. J. W. Miller, J. M. Farra of the sales amounted to $11,687. The stockmen present from a distance, who and Louis Landram, of this city. The had beeu in attendance nt sales in change to bj ivsked frfr is the same as different parts of the States, said the stated in T,'ie Record several times, prices obtained eclipse anything yet but we ghe it again. "We want .the present train reversed so as to come paid. Harrodsburg Democrat. The high prices of feeders at the down from Richmond m tho morning, yards is again provoking comment. making comection with the trains at Last week little yearlings weighing Stanford. Taen this train will return COO to 700 pounds sold at $4.75 to $5, to Richmond after the Louisville and which were the highest price paid in Middlesboro passenger trains pass While farmers and Stanford, and pass Imcaster (going to recent years. feeders were paying these prices for Richmond) about 2 o'clock. The train cattle to go back into the country the now leaving Richmond for Cincinnati market was taking a lot of cattle for at 6:20 a. m., we want to leave Stanslaughter at no better figures. Re- ford instead, passing Lancaster about ports from various sections of the West 5 o'clock, or later." This is a passen are to'tlie effect that feeders who have ger train strictly, and leaves Cincinnati been at the business for years have about 7 o'clock. We want this train inannounced their decision to quit stead of stopping at Richmond to run on rather than pay the present prices for to Stanford passing here about 8 o'clock. Tho fact This can be uasily done and ha3 many cattle for their that the price of corn has dropped advantiges which the committee will about four cents during the past month lay before tho. rail road officials. Some will encourage a good many to take say the- - trip will do no good, but one the risk, and It is stoutly claimed by thing is certain and that is we will not a few that $6 cattle will be seen never get anv fetter facilities unless we by next fall, says tho Breeder's Ga- hustle for theio, and bring the matter properly befoie the rail road company. zette. It is not generally known, .but Garrard Awarded not only paid the L. & N.f big money' Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, for the road running through the coun ty but put up it big lump to construct the part running from Richmond Junction (Rowland); to tho Garrard line. It is our recolleci ion that Madison also contributed largely to the portion in Lincoln." Later. The) following important change was granted by Mr. Metcalf: The fast line night passenger trains will run by Ljpcaster and Rowland. The Lancaster 5or. Stanford Journal yesterday sum marizes the changes pur-suoSp-iiSo-nor- The deep dnow and severe freeze of last week are reported to have destroyed the prospect of a fruit crop this year. However, we pin our faith in whateer that excellent authority, Mr. Hilleu myer, says : "It is yet too soon to say exactly what has happened, as is generally the case when these great changes come. The cold Satuiday of '84 inflicted injuries and losses that were not evident for two pears after. The thermometer this morning marked 23 ueg. as tlio mmi- rauu duriug the night. Now we may be assured that such a degree of frost has left unscathed, the apples and grapes all the small fruits, and mauy of the pears, plums and cherries. Next what the outcome with the peaches and the early blooming pears plums and cherries will be, cannot be determined. Every open cup is filled with water and snow mingled, the sky is Hazy, the temperature is rising verv slowly, and as these are the conditions most favorable, the cliauces are that we will pull through with no discouraging loss." 5 McKee Corner, Rk hjidxd, Kv. i NM M tS n G. A R. Resolutions. K"0&i'jmK"JKIb"Ri t. H US i m Specials for pa This Week. An elegant line of the Newest and Latest Patterns in HABIBDRGS AND LACES, ETC. SPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and cheeked Indian Linens, Check Nansiks, Check and Striped Dimities, Percals, Ginghams, etc. pa fe4 I Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. WHITE & GIBSON, M m Dillingham Corner AS). S.Ktvter 5t. MANAGER. a, Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. & i $ 7S fc Nfe Ik mch2 - 6m car-loa- per-poun- d Kin-niar- d, Lady Corset is the btxt value sold. B. W. TURNER, AGENT. may oe equam- - as good and equally as reasonable corsets, but our patrons say, and they constitute a large percentage of this county's population, that The American x ure (ORSETS Cincinnati ' S22 Kj white and drab" V -- - feed-lot- s. caster at about i!:30 a. m., arriving at at 8:!50 a. m. This train returning will leave Cincinnati at 7:30 p. in., passing Lancaster about midnight, making close connection atStan- ford for both Louisville andKnoxville, reaching Louisville at 7:30 a. m. This gives through and quick express service to Louisvillonnd Cincinnati. The present train will be reversed and will como down from Richmond, passing Lancaster about 11 o'clocfc, connection for Louisville DR; and returning aiter arrival of Louisville train, passing Lancaster about 2:30. This train will also carry mail and express and put the afternoon mail here one hour earlier. at Stanford, making w CREAM CORRESPONDENCE. BAKING i POMHX . . - - - a I a . J' p $' - S3 ! I ! " . i sir . I l. . s" ' SM L. a. " - 3 ...i' - . ' 2 f.k i I l I. 'tc . r. , . brother, Alex Settle, at Big Hill. Mrs. Henry Herndon and wife spent Easter with Mr. J. W. Herndon. A large grey eagle was seen bv several people at this place last week." Miss Addie Manpin, of Richmond, visited Miss Marguerite Crooke last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Manpin, of Richmond, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mode Crawford, Sunday. r,.wn Boen' who attending Bible College at Lexington, spent uays with his parents last week. a few Mrs. Sallie Hanna, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Judith Pettns, returned to her home at Harrodsburg last tarday. The High School is progressing nicely witii good attendance and preparations will soon begin fbrthe commencement exercises. . f6 Jennie May Craig, who has been in Cincinnati for tho past month, returned to her home last week and has aoceptea a position in Alex Settle's millinery department, at Big Hill. xThf- M5esl01 Band entertainment at ton was quite a success, although tlie evening was very unfavorable. The participants acquitted theHieelvea very creditably, indeed, aad the amoHBt WRtnboted was by no sqmbs shmII.. peopfe o our cotBaBBRy stwukl l prowl of this yoRg orgiaiantioa, Trhich stood 3rd asme the Juaior Xiaetea Bands q( tfee State hat - yr. I - H 1 :&. ' :v ?5!!55J THE MESSAGE. TP.g TrGsiflGnt THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. Rico. The overtures of this government, made through its new envoy. G n Woodford, and looking lo tin immediate and .Tective amelioration of the conditions of the Island, although not accepted to the extent of udmtited mediation In any shape, were met by assurances that home rale, in an advanced phase, would bo forthwith offered to Cuba, without waiting for the war to end, and thai more humane methods should prevail In the conductor hostilities. While these negotiations were in progress, the increasing destitution of the unfortunate reconccntrados and the alarming mortality among them claimed earnest attention. The success which had attended the limited measure of relief extended t the suffering American citizens among them by the Judicious expenditures through the consular agencies of the money appropriated expressly for their succor by the iolnl resolution approved May 24, It'll, prompted the humane extension of a Imtlar scheme of aid lo the great body of sutsuggestion tc this end was ler. A In by uequiesicd authorities. On the 24ih of December 1 st I c used to Issued the an appc I to the American people Inviting contributions In money or In kind for Ihe succor nf the starving sufferers in t'ulci. following this on the 8th if January by a similar public announcement of the f rmatlon of a central Cuban relief committee, with headquarters iu New York City, lomposeii of three members representing the American Natlonnl Ifcd Cross and the religious and business elements of the comxnunitv. The efforts of that committee have been untiring and ircomplishcd much. 1 b war in Cuba is of such nature that short ofsubjii'ationorextermliiallon 'tinal military victory for either side seems impracticable. The alternative lies in the physical exhaustion of ono or the other party, or terhapsor both a condition which in effect ended the leu years' war by the truce of Zanjon. The prospect of such a protraction and conclusion of the present strife is a contingency hardly to be contemplated with equanimity by the civilized world, and least of all by the Unllcd States, affected and Injured as we are. deeply and bv us very existence. Hcalting this, it ap; cared to be mv duly. In & spi.t ftruclricndliness.no lcs to Spain than to the Cubans, who have so much to lose by the prolongation of the struggle, to bring about an Immediate termination of ihe war. To this end I submitted on the 27th ultimo, as the result of much representation and correspondence through the United States minister at Madrid, propositions to the Spanish government looking lo an armistice to October first for the negotiation of peace with the good offices of the president. In addition I asked the Immediate revocation of the order of reconccnlratioT so as o permit the people to return to their farms and the ncedv to b re icvcd with prov.sions and supplies from ihe United States, with the Spanish authorities, so as to afford full relief. The reply of the Spanish cabinet was received on the night of the 31st ultimo. It offers, as the means to bring about peace in Cuba to confide the reparation thereof to the Insular parliament In as much as the concurrence of that body would be necessary to reach a flnai result. It be ng. however, un-- c erstood that the p wers reserv ed by the constitution to the central government are not lessened or diminished. As the Cuban parliament does not meet until the 4th of May next, the Spanish government would not object for its pari, to accept at one; a suspension of hostilities if ake-- l for by ihe Insurgents from the general in chief, o whom it would pertain, in such case, to determine the duration and condition of the armistice-The propositions suomlttcd by Gen. Woodford and the reply of fepanlsh government were both In me form of brief memoranda the texts of which are before me and are substantially on the language above given. The function of the Cuban parliament in peace preparing' the matter of doing and the Its manner of so are notixpressed in the vpanIshm"moraudum; but from Gen Woodford s explanatory repor.s of pre iminary discussions preced ng the final conference it is understood that the government stands ready to g.ve the Insular congress full powers to settle the terms of pe.ue with the insurgents -- whether by direct negotiation or In .iie-ll- y by m an-- , of legislation dot's not ap"ear Wlththi- - las overture in the direction of imm iliato peac4 and its disappointing rerep-tio- u Ov Spiin. the executive was brought to the cud of his efforts. In my annual message of December last I said: O: the untried measures those remain only: Kecognltlon of iheinsurg-ntsa-lellig;rents; recognition of the of Cuba; neu.ral in.ervemion to end too war by imposing.! rational compromise be. wee l the contestants and Intervention in favor of one or I speak not of forc.ble annexthe other ation, for that c in not be thought of. That by our code of morality would be criminal aggression." Nothing has since occurred to change my view on this regar and I recogntz as full7 now as then tb it Ihe issuince of a proclamation of neuiral iv. by which prucess the belligerence is published, could, of iiself and unat ended by other action, accomplish nothing toward tne one end for which we labor. Ihe instant pacification of Cuba and the cessation of the misery that afflicts the island Turning to the question of recognizing at this time the independence of the present Insurgent govt rnment in Cuba, we find safe precedents In our history from an early day. They arc well summed up in President Jackson's message to cousress. December 21. 18.5'j on the subject of the recogni Ion of the independence of Texas. He said "In all the content- - that have arisen out of France out of the disputes in relation to the crowns of Portugal and Spain, out of the separation of the American possessions of both from the European governments, and outof the numerous and constantly occurring struggles for dominion in Spanish America, so wisely consistent with just principles has been theao tion of our government that we h ive. under the m st critical clrcumstan es avoided all censure, and encountered no other evil than that produced by a consistent estrangement of good will in those against whom we have been by force of evidence compelled to decide. It has thus made known to the world that the uniform policy and practice of the United Mutes is to av oid all Interference In disputes which merely relate to the Internal government of other nations, and eventually to recognize the authority of the prevailimr party without reference to our particular interestand views, or to the merits of the original controversy n ies of u state, has Imposed for its own governance in dealing with cases llkj the-- e the further cun itlon that recognition of Independence state-hoo- d is not due to a revolted dc-- ! cmlency until the danger of its being again subjugated has entirely passed away The extreme lest was In fact applied In the case of Texas. ftsks Tor ftutnoritytoTakB Measures- To Terminate Hostilities in GuDa and tstaDlisn a Stable Government. To Use Military and Naval Force if Necessary for Those Purposes. The President is Prepared to Carry Out bver Obligation Imposed by the Constitution. Thr in l; Nor from the standpoint of experience do I think It w uld b wise or prudent for this government to recognize al the present limo the Indcpcn nice of the Cuban republic. v Is not necessary In order to uch enable the United Slates to intervene and pacirv the island To (ommlt this country now to Oiv recognition of any particular government In Cuba might subject us to conditions of international obligations towards the organization so in case of Intervention our conduct would be subjcil to the approval or disapproval of such government, we would be required to submit io Its direction and to assume to il the mere relation of a friendly ally When It shall appear hereafter that there is within the island u government capable of performing the duties and discharging the functions of a separate nation, and having The rorilhle Intervention of the United Stales as a neutral, to stop the war, according humanity and followto ihe targe ing many historical precedents where neighboring slates have Intcrferred io check hopeless sacrifices of life by Internee. ne conflicts beyond ihelr borders is justifiable on rational e grounds. It Involves, however, upon both the parties to the coutesl. as well loenlouc u truce us to guide tho eventful d recog-nltied. ho-tllul settlement. Wreck of the ."Maine Minim That piln t At'le lo CuarHiitrts Mruritv tn in file Iorl if Cuba lntl-mate- lv piu !5i::eilR Arbitration. Wamh.ncton April II. The president of Mon-d- a of the constitution which commands the president to cite from , time to umi! the concies-- information of the Mate of the union, and to recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judtre necessary and expedient, it becomes my duty body your with now address to crisis rejrard that the to crate the relations of the in has arisen of the warUnited Sta'es to Spain by rea-o- n fare that for more than three years has raged In the neiebburms island of Cuba. 1 do so because of the intimate connection of the Cuban question uitb the s'.ate of our own union and the crate relation the course which it is now Incumbent upon the nation to adopt must needs bear the traditional poliiv of our ctivernmcnt If it is to accord ith the precepts laid down by the founders ol ihe republic and rcliciouly observed by succ"cdini; administrations to the present day The present revolution Is but the successor of other similar Insurrections which have occurred in Cuba aj.iiint the dominion of Spain extending over a period of nearly half a century, each of which, during Its progress lias subjected the United Stales to exeat effort and expense In aflordlnp Its neutrality laws caused enormous losses to American trade and commerce, caused irritation, annoyance and disturbance amontr our citizens, and by the exer-e of cruel, barbarous and uncivilized practice-, of warfare shocked the sensihilities and offended the humane svmpathies of our people. Since thepres nt revolution bc;an in FebruaUiis country has seen the fer.ile dory-I. main at our threshold ravaged by Are and sword in the course of a strusple tmequaled in of the island and rarely paralleled the as 10 the number i f the combatants and the bitterness of the contest bv .in revolution of m dern time where a depen lent people striving to be free Have been opposed bv the power people Our state. ovoreisn of the comhave beheld a once prosperous munity reduced to comparative want, its lucrative commerce tlrually paralyzed its exceptional productiveness Its diminished. ticUls laid waste its mills in ruins and its people perishine by tens of thousands from bun-cand tie.uution we have found ourselves constrained In the observance of tha strict neutrality which our laws enjoin and which the law of nations comm md to police our own watt rs and watch our ow n seaports to prev ent any unlawful Our in aiw .f she Cubans. trade has suffcr-- : the capital tin esutl by our lost, citizens in Cuba his been I iw-'lfoi bearancc of our ami the teaircr .:n tried as to beget a people, have been so jier .lous unrest mon ' our own citizens, which inevitably found i s expression from time has to time in the national legislature, so that issues wholly external to air cwn body politic engross a tention an.i ftand in the way of that advancement that close devoti n to donic-ti- c ommun we 1th whose becomes a he avoidance of all trimal maxim ha Inrcltjn entanglement AH this must needs awaken and has imbed aroused tie utmost roncfrn on the part ol tMsg verr.raent as well tiurinr my predecessor's erm as in niv own. In Arrll the evils frc m w hlch our country suffered through the ' u')un war lecamc so onerous that tnv pre leee'.sor made an effort to bring about a pea-- e throu ii the mediation of thi- - government in any wav that might tend to n h norable adjustment of the contest pain an i her rev oKcd colony, on the basis of somenVc lvechmeof nt for Cuba under the tt.ifr and sovereignty of Spain. It failed through the refusal of the Spanish porerr inert, then in power io consider any ft rm of mediation or indeeJ any plan of settlement which d.d not be In n Ith the actual -- ub-v Is ion of the insurjret.ts to the mother country and then only oa Mich erm- - as Spain herself might see nt to grant The war continued unabated. The resistance of the insurgents was in no wise diminished. 1 he efforts . f Spain were increased, both by the of fresh levies to Cula and by the addition to the horrors of he st ife if a new nd inhuman phase happily unprecedented in the modern history of civilized Christian peoples. The policy of devastation and concentration Inaugurated by the captain generals bando of Oeto' ril IPPG in the province of Pinar Del Ki- - was thence ex ended to embrace all of the island to which he power of the Sj,ani - arras was a.ile to reach by occupation or by military operations. The peasantry, including all dwelling in the open agricultural interior wen? driven into the garrison towns or isolated places held by the troop-- . The raising and m vcment of provisions of all kinds were interdicted. The tlelds w ere laid vvasf duellings unroofed and fired thing that mills dc iroved. and in v could desolate the land and render it unlit for -- up or was commanded human habitation or by one or the oth r of the contending parties, and executed bv all the powers at their uisposaL cl rv rr the United states" Obedient Jo ihai procept m'ui Hie foUiming uie-as:- lo ihe congress s at :!. ed b-- eu -- ch The grounds fpr such Intervention may be briefly Miimmarirod as follows: First. In the cause of humanity and to put an end to the barbarities, bloodshed, starvation and horrible, miseries now existing there. and which Ibe parlies to the conflict are either 11 is; unable or unwilling to slop or niiligate. no answer to say Ibis is all In another country. belonging in another nation and Is therefore i none of our business It Is specially our duty It Is right at our door. , Second We owe It to our citizens in Cuba to them that protection and indemnity for life and property which no government there can or will afford, and to hut end lo tcrni'n- ate the conditions that deprive them of legal protection Third. The right to intervene may oe Justified by the very serious injury to Iho commerce, trade, and business of our people and by the wanton destruction of property aud devastation of the island. Fourth, mid which is of the utmost importance. The present condition or affairs in Cuba is a constant menace to our peace, and entails upon this government an enormous expense. These elements of danger and disorder already pointed out have been strikingly Illustrated by a tragic event which has deeply nnd justly moved the American peoplt 1 have already transmitted to congress the report of the naval court of inquiry on the destruction of the battle ship "Maine" In the harbir of Havana during the night of the lith of February. The destruction of that noble vessel has filled the nation 1 heart with inexpressible brave horror. Two hundred and tiftv-ctgsailors and marines and two officers of our navy, reposing In the fancied security of a friendly harbor, have been hurled lo death, grief and want brought to their homes and sorrow to the nation. The naval court of Inquiry, which. Ills needless to say. commands tho unqualified confidence of the government, was unanimous in Its conclusion that the destruction of the "Maine" was caused bv an exterior explosion, that of a submarine mine It did not assume to place That remains to be fixed. Jn any event the destruction of the Maine, by whatever exterior cause. Is a patent and impressive proof of a state of things In Cuba that is intolerable. That co dition Is thus shown to be such lhat the panish government can not assure afety and security to a vessel of the American navy In the harbor of Havana on a mission of peace and rightfully there. Further referring in this connection to recent diplomatic correspondence, a dispatch from our minister to Spain, of the 26th ultimo, contained the statement that the Spanish minister for foreign affairs assured him positively ihatSpiin will do all that the highest honor and justice require In the matter of tho Maine. The reply of the 31st ultimo also contained an expression of ihe readiness of Spain to submit to an arbitration all the differences which can ari e in this matter which is subsequently explain d bv the note of the Spanish minis er at Washington of the 10th instant, as follows As to the question of fact which springs from the dnersity of views between the report of the American and Spanish boards -- pain proposes that the fact be ascertained by an Impartial investigation by experts, whose decis-slo- n accepts in advance" To this I have made no reply. President Grant. In 1K5. after discussing the phases of t e contest as It then appeared and its hopeless and apparent indefinite prolongation, said: "In such event. I am of opinion that other nations will be compelled to assume the responsibility which devolves upon them, and to seriously conside- - the onlj remaining measures possible, mediation and interOwing, perhaps, to the larg exvention panse of water separating the island from the peninsula. the contending parties appear to have within themselves no depository of common confidence to suggest wisdom when passion and excitement have their sway, and to assume the part of peacemaker. In this view, in the earlier days of the contest the good offices of the United States as a mediator were tendered in good faith, without any selfish purpose. In the interest of humanity and In sincere friendship for both parties, but were at the time declined by Spain with the declaration nevertheless that at a future time they would be Indispensable. No 'dication has been received that In the ODin- ija of Spain that time has been reached. And yet the strife continues with all its dread horrors, and all Its injuries to the Interests of the United States and of other nations. Each party seems quite capable of working great injury and damage to the other, as well as nil the relations and interest dependent on the existence of peace In the island: but they seem incapable of reaching any adjustment, and both have thus far failed of achieving' any success whereby one party shall possess and control the Island to the exclusion of the other Un- der the circumstances the agency of others. I . nl Ives, io civilization and human! y to interNEWS. KENTUCKY INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS vene with force, it shall b without fault on ntir part and only bec.m e the necessity for uch ction will tie so clear as to command the Oithrrd From All Part of the C"ui try Th Lte New From All PrU of th support and approval of the civilized world." by Tela grit ph. Commonwealth. The long trial lias proved that the object for The United tatei. dispatch boat Dolwhich Spain has waged the war can not be atHiiroi-S.M.York. at Lnlnjlon. The tained The tire of insiirr ctlon may flame or phin sailed Monday from New e may smoulder with varying seasons, but it has Lexington, Ky., April IL, The anJoun V. Herbert, of Marlnot been and it is plain It can not be extln-guls- borough, Moumout.h county, X. J., nual horse show wa- held here Monby p esent methods. The only hope weather atdied Sunday, aged 78 years. He was day. The summer-lik- e i f relief and repose from a condition which The city was can no longer be endured Is the enforced paci- for many years a conspicuous figure in tracted many visitors. fication of Cuba. In the name of humanity, in the polities of New Jersey. gayly decorated. More stallions were the name of civilization, in behalf of endanFor the first Sunday since the civil on exhibition than for several years gered American Interests which give us the right and the duty to speak and to act, the war war workmen were engaged at work The show was held at Tattersall's, in. in the navy yarn ut Portsmouth, X.H., stead of at Gratz park, as formerly. in Cuba must slop. In view of these facts and of these considera- Sunday in removing gun carriages and Among the famous horses present were tions I ask the congress to authorize and em- getting them ready for shipment. Allerton, Onward, Bow Bells, Ashland power the president to take measures to seFire which broke out at o'clock Wilkes, J. J. Audubon and 1'atchen cure a full and final termination of h stllltles between the government of Spain and the Monday morning in the wholesale Wilkes. l people or Cuba, and to secure in the island the liquor house of Sol Block & Griff, 414 Drank rolsoned Coffee Two Dead. government capable Delaware street. Kansas City, Ma, establishment of a stable Hoi'kinbvii.i.e. Ky., April It, The of maintaining order and observing its Intercaused damage estimated at 550,000 family of Lewis Campbell, a farm national obligations, insuring peace and tranQueen Victoria and the ministers of hand, became extremely ill after drinkquility and the security of Its citizens as well as our own. and to Use the military and the khediveof Egypt have telegraphed ing coffee Saturday night. All had naval fcrces of the United States as may be hearty congratulations upon the vicconvulsions. Two children died Sunnecessary for these purposes. Anglo-Egyptia- n forces over day morning in horrible agony. The And in the interest of humanity and to aid in tory of the preserving the lives of the starving people of the Dervishes at the battle of Atbara. mother and another child are now in a the island I recommend that the distribution The state department Monday re- dy ng condition. It is believed of food and supplies be continued, and that an ceived Gen. Itliinco's proclamation "It .ugh on Bats" was accidentally appropriation be made out of the public treasordering a cessation of host.lities in dropped into the coffee. The stomachs ury to supplement tho charity of our citizens. The is ue Is now with the congress. It Is a Cuba. It was cabled to the Spanish w.r sen. to L luisv.lle to be analyzed. solemn responsibility. minister here and by him delivered to Cattle MnrUri at I have exhausted every effort to relieve the department. Lexington. Ky.. April 11. The projintolerable condition of affairs which is at our the The Armenian patriarch has sent to ect of central Kentucky cattlemen to doors. Prepared to execule every obligation imposed upon me by the constitution and the the Turkish relief committee a list of establish a live stock trading market law. I await your action. 40 churches wholly or partly destroyed is expected to Ex-Judg1 s take definite form Monday, when there Yesterday and since the preparation of the during the recent massacres in foregoing message, official Information was re-- atolia. He fixes the number of orphans is to be a meeting of cattlemen at the ccived by me that the latest decree of the whose parents were killed at 40,000. Second national bank. It is practicalqueen regent of Spain directs Gen. Blanco, in Fire Sunday night destroyed the busi- ly certain that the yards will be estaborder to prepare and facilitate peace, to pro-fness portio.i of the village of Victor, 20 lished and J. F. Cooke, of Lincoln claim a susponson of hostll itles. the duration miles east of Rochester, N. Y. Loss, county, will be superintendent. and dot-il0f which have not yet been munlc.ted me. to This fact with S4U.000. During the progress of the '" Judge Clark I"ar.tlrz-every consideration, pertinent other fire V. A. Gilhs, editor of the Victor Cir-:u- it Bakbourvillk, Ky., April will. I am sure, have your just and careful at- - Herald, dropped dead from excitement. tention In the solemn deliberations upon which Ju ige A, II. Clark.whovvas strick- Dudley Winston, of the civil service you are about to enter. If this measure at n with paralysis Saturday, eight tains a successful result, then our aspirations commission, of Chicago, on his way to miles from here, while on his way from as a Chri tian. peace loving people will be Lakewood, X. .1., for a vacation, died Leslie county, was reported Monday realized. If It fails it will be only another Sunday night m the express train morning to be no better. Doctors say justification of our contemplated action. Anor ls com-affo- rd and yards in this city It WILLIAM MCK.INL.ET. 11. 1S33. Executive Mansion : April ARMISTICE MEANS NOTHING. Gen. Spnnish Minister of War, Lets the Cat Out nf the Hag. AIadiuii. April 11. El Imparcial says that Lieut. Uen. Correa, minister of Currt-n- , war. in a conversation Saturday with several people expressed himself as ' before leaving the ministry, because it would be the same thing as recognizing the lielligerency of the rebels. The govern mt nt has granted the wishes if th; i.ovv rs that we should cease hostilities during the day which Gen. ISlaueo judges prudent for preparing peace. I acced.d to a cessation of hostilities, becatis.' to refuse the wishes of the powers would be to divorce Spain from the world. If I left the cabinet I should be plac.ng my successor in an avvkvvnrJ. position. "Uen. Iilanco will rrobably publish a proclamation of truce, and also another offering indulgent terms during the cessation of hostilities. If, during this perio I. there are important submissions and the United States withdraws its ships from t'e neighbor hooil of Cuba and the Philippines, all will lie well and peace will soon be reacTiec1 Otherwise the Cuban war will cunt.nue, and the powers will be obliged to demand that the I'nited Mate- - maintain absolute neutrality an i en tore.1 a dissolution of the tiliiiusterin-.- ' committee in New York. The is not to it the Sraai h government continuing its uiili'.arv and placing the pen nsu a. the Canaries. the l'.elaerie islands and 1'tierto Hicti in a state o' defonsj." pre-cMnre-aratio- ns, follows: "It is an error to say that the government lias granted an armistice to the rebels. I would never give that LCN.O ConunentA on rh PRESS I. itsc l'liasp of thn Clibin sitji itlon I'.i - trim-lie- f li Recognition nf the Cub in us Jtellizerrnis. London. April 11. The Times com- short-ever- Meanwhile the military situation in the Island had undergone a noticeable change, l'be extraordinary activity that characterized the second vear of the war when the insurgents invaded even the hitherto unharmed tields of lMn r del K'o and oirr.el havoc and ieslruction up t the w alls of the city of Havana itself had re ap-e- d into a dogged struggle in the central and eastern provinces. The -Danish arm regained a measure of control In IJio and parts of Havana, but. under I'inar del the existing conditions of the rural country, without immediate Improvement of their productive situation. Evn thus partially restricted the revolutionists held their own and their conquest and submission, put forward ov Spam as the essential and sole basis of peaie, seemed as far distant as at the outset. In this state of affair my administration found itself confronted with the grave problem t f its duty. My message of last December reviewed the situation and narrated the steps taken with a view to reliev ing Its acuteness and opening the way to some form of honorable settlement. The assassination of the prime minister Canovas. led to a change of government in Spain. The former administration pledg d to subjugation without concession gave place to that of a more liberal party, committed long In a policy of reform Involving the wider 1 Inciple of home rule for Cuba and Puerto But on thl , as on every other trying occa sion, safety Is to be found In a rigid adherence to principle. In the contest between Spain and the revolted colonies we stood aloof, and waited not only until the ability of the new states to protect themselves was fully established, but until the danger of their being again subjugated had entirely passed away. Then, and not until then, were they recognized. Such was our course in regarJ to Mexico herself. Thereupon Andrew J ckson proceeded to consider the risk that there might be imputed to the United States motives of selfish interest in view of the former claim on our part to the territory of Texas, and of the avowed purpose of the Texans In seeking recognition of independence as an incident to the incorporation of Texas in the union; concluding thus: "Prudence, therefore, seems to dictate that we should stand aloof and maintain our present attitude, if not until Mexico Itself or one of the great foreign powers shall recognize the independence of the iew government, at least until the lapse of time or the course of events shall have proved beyond cavil or dispute the ability of the people of that country to maintain their separate sovereignty and to uphold the government constituted by them. Neither of the contending parties can justly complain of this course. By pursuing It we are but carrying out the long esl blished policy of our government, a policy which has secured to us respect and influence abroad and inspired confidence at home." These are the words of the resolute and patriotic Jackson. They are evidence that the United States in addition to the test imposed by public law as the condition of the recognition of independence by a neutral state that the revolted state shall "constitute in tact a body politic, having a government in substance as well as In name, possessed of the elements of stability," and forming de facto, "if left to itself, a state among the cations, reasonably capable of discharging the (to-w- it. be the only alternative which must, sooner or later, be Invoked for the termination of the strife.' In the last annual message of my immediate predecessor during the pending struggle, it was said: "When the inability of Spain to deal successfully with the has become manifest, and It is demonstrated that her sovereignty Is extinct In Cuba for all purposes of its rightful existence, and when a hopeless struggle, for Its has degenerated Into a strife which means nothing more than the useless sacrifice of human life and the utter destruction of the very subject matter of the conflict, a situation will be presented in which our obligations to the sovereignly of Spain will be supersede! by his obligations, which we can hardly hesitate to recognize and discharge." In my annual message to congress, December last, speaking of this question. I said: "The near future will demonstrate whether the indispensable condition of a righteous peace, just alike to the Cubans and to Spain, as well as equitable to all our interests, so Intimately involved In the welfare of Cuba, is likely to be attained. If not. the exigency of further and other action by the United btates will remain to be taken. When that time comes that action will be determined In the line of Indisputable right and duty. It will be faced, without misgiving or hesitancy In the light of the obligation this government owes to Itself, to the people who have confided to It the protection of their Interests and honor, and to humanity. Sure of the right, keeping free from all offense ourselves, actuated only by upright and patriotic considerations, moved neither by passion nor selfishness, the government will continue Its watchful care over the rights and property of American citizens, .and will abate none of lu efforts to bring about by peaceful agencies a peace which shall be honor-lbl- e and enduring. If it shall hereafter appear to be a duty imposed by our obligations to our- - I ' menting editor. ally .Monday morning latest phase of the situation says: "We can not doubt that had the government taken this truly statesmanlike and ratriotie action a little earlier it would have led to a solution honorable to v pain and satisfactory to America Even now, despite the ominous lone of our New York correspondent, we find it hard to believe that so signal an advance on the part of Spain will not meet with some response from Washington. is to be earnestly hoped that nothing in President McKinley's message will grate needlessly upon the feelings of Spain or enhance Senor Sagasta's difficulties." The Dally Mail says: "The armistice implies a recognition of the insurgent-- as belligerents cry notable step. ?nd ,l ,s therefore ll not lo late. The Daily Graphic thinks that unless the powers are convinced that the Cuban insurgents will accept an armistice and the United States is ready to give autonomy a fair trial, the proceedings are "more creditable to their hearts tha'n to their heads.'' on the Sa-gas- ta which arrived at the Grand Central no chance for his recov-;rstation. Xew Yon. at 1:J0 p. m. Mon- that there is D. Black was elected Mon-ia- y James day. to hold term of court The Pais, of Madri.i. the newspaper bere.morning began Monday. which which has been the most prominent in Lively at Fort Thomas. camfomenting the Fort Thomas, Ky., April 11. Fort paign, continued its sensational policy Monday and its issue of date was Thomas had a warlike appearance Sun-labut died away as the day adthereupon confiscated by the authorivanced until a portion of it resembled ties. The United Stati-i-i ships Amazonas the famous midway at the World's fair. and San Francisco, from London, put Horses are being purchased for each in at Halifax Monday morning short jtlicer and 25 were tried Sunday. On of coal, after a stormy passage of 14 the roads and on the parade grounds days. The San Francisco exchanged lorses were being ridaen in every di- salutes with the Citadel. They will eetion. Can Ilpfeat Spvln K.isilr. sail as soon as they coal. Louisville. Ky.. April 11. Lieut. J. Saturd:i3's continental telegrams to Sunday's morning papers all welcome B. Milton, of the United States navy, the armistice as giving at least a pros- ivho has bien stationed at Mare Island, pect of peace; but it is the general be- jff the coast at San Francisco, arrived lief, looking to the difficulties in- in the city Sunday. He has been sumvolved, that there is only a delay of moned to Brooklyn, vvh re he will be He thinks the war, as the United Mat swill refuse to in charge of a vessel. United fctates could defeat Spain withbe a party to further negotiations. Speaking of Spain' action in grant out any trcuble. ing an armistice to the Cubans the Must ItV Really lo Go. Paris Temps says: "Spain has given Lexington, Ky.. Arril 11. Capt. S. fresh proofs of her pru lene and wise tV. bwigert, commandant at Kentucky patriotism; and henceforth diplomacy state college, has notified all former must guard her honor and interests. students who graduated with the rank The United States will shock the con- 51 captain that they are subject to science of the world if it fails to re- jervice in the regular army, and that spond to Spain's advances." they should hold themselves in readi-aes- s The Ofliciai Uazetu ol 'Havana Monfor service should war be de- day published a decree, signed by Capt, ;lared. Gen. Iilanco, announcing that the Soldier Stand Up for Kobert. Spanish government, yielding to the Lexington. Ky., April 11. It having reiterated wishes of the pope, had de- been reported that the old soldiers creed a suspension of hostilities in were dissatisfied with their treatment Cuba in order to facilitate tile restora- by Collector o Internal Revenue Sam tion of peace in the island. Xo time J. Roberts, 13 veterans of the late war is fixed for the expiration of the de- Issued a statement in controversion of cree. this story. United States inThe Twenty-fift- h Letcher Comity Coinipniiy Keaily. fantry, which has been stationed in Colly. Ky.. April 11. Letcher counMontana for the past ten years, left ty has 200 men who are ready to enlist Sunday for its new post at nd fight for Cuba's freedom. They The portion stationed at Mis- comprise a sturdy, brave set of eastern soula left via the Xorthern Pacific, Kentucky mountaineers, who will while those at Ft. Harrison and "fight like wild cats." went over the Great Xorthern. Woman Doctor Offers Services. '1 he regiment will consolidate at St. Frankfort, Ky., April 11. Mrs. Paul, from where it will proceed Flora Mastin, a doctor of this city, has south. After the president's message was written Gov. Bradley offering her to the foreign relations com- services as a surgeon on board of one mittee in the senate Monday, Mr. pf the American battle ships in the ttewart took the floor and declared event of hostilities. StargU Opera House. lhat intervention without recognizing Sturois, Ky., April IL H. L. the insurgents would look like coneditor of the Opinion, will fit up quest. At 1:15 p. m., the senate, on motion of Mr. Allison, adjourned, and an opera house for dramatic enterthen the senate committee on foreign tainments and conventions. It will be relations was called in special session ready for occupancy by May 31. to consider the message. y. nt y, -- Chicka-maug- a. Assin-niboi- ne Mos-grov- e, FAREWELL CRY 'It , London, April 11. The Hong Kong correspondent of the Daily Mail, telegraphing Sunday, says: "The American squadron has completed arrangements for putting to sea. Two vessels have steam up ready to start at a moment's notice. The cruiser Baltimore and the revenue cutter Hugh McCul-loc- h are expected Tuesday. The British steamers Xanshon and Zafiro have just been bought by America for transport purposes." Dead at the Ago of 106. Seneca Faua X. Y.. April 11. Mrs. Rebecca Van Zandt died at her home here Sunday, aged I0G. THE MARKETS. CINCINNATI, April 11. M.25U-1.43- Asiatic (qnadrcn Heady. Of Flour Spring fancy, il COiJH&O; family, Washington, April 11. The reading winter of the message in the house was greet- J4.105H.30; spring patent, io.0u3A.50; family. patent, fancy, ed with scattering applause from the aeoaiSK); extra, S3.30S3.50; low grade. ti75 republican side and some groans from 3.10, rye. northwestern, $3.003.10; do city, the democratic side. The galleries t3.003.1u. No. 2 was nominal at 94!4ig93c. Wheat made no demonstrations. The mesCokn Sales: No. 2 mixed track. 32a sage was referred to the committee on Oats Sales: No. 3 mixed, track, 27c; No. 3 foreign affairs without debate, and the white, track. 29c; No. 2 mixed, track, 23; do, (light color) 28Kc house proceeded with District of CoHoes Select shippers, &853.90; select lumbia business. butchers, f3.8oc33.90; fair to good packers, ia?0.l80: fair to good light, U3.50l83.80: comWoodford Leaves Madrid. mon and rough. !3.103.65. Madrid, April 11. It is said that the Cattle Fair to good shippers, United States minister, Stewart L. good to choice butchers, H.254.60; fair to Woodford, leaves Madrid Monday. It medium butchers, 14. I3&4.35; common, liTJa is further alleged that he will be acMlKEP Extras, t4.354.50; good to choice, companied to the frontier by an escort t3.85&4.2.; common to fair. LO05.OO. Lambs Extras. 8.x355.50; good to choice, of gendarmes. The ambassadors meet at the Italian embassy Monday. It is I5.0tx35.25; common to fair, M005.00. good light, 4.755.50; Vsal understoood this meeting was called as commonCalves Fair to and large, f3.0OS4.73. a result of news received from WashChicago. April il Wheat Stay. S 1.06; July, 837,'c; September, ington, K50(3-.9O: How the Message Was Received. ; t4.25a-l.75- ; la Referred to the Committees. He; December. 77?c. Coax-Ap- ril Washington, April 11. The message was referred to the committee on foreign relations in both branches of congress. piesi-dent- 's Xc; September, 32c OATS-Aprll.S- 29c; May, 29K29Vc; July, May. 2$Kc; September, 21jc. Barley Cash No. 3, 34 to 15c RT-C51Hc; May, 51ic; July. Siva. ash, July. 23JiCI evening, the wharves and boats on both sides of the narrow entrance to the harbor were crowded with Spaniards, who hissed and jeered as each boat passed out. As the Fern rounded to, heading for the open sea, she passed near the Maine wreck. "The group on deck had been laughing and talking expressing their satisfaction at leaving Havana. With one accord each man doffed his hat in salute of the brave dead, while silence fell on all the space of several minutes. Gen. Lee being on board the Fern made the boat a target for redoubled hisses, groans, cat calls and whistles from the crowds on shore. "Get out, Yankee swine," was one of the mildest expressions nsed. This seemed to strike every one on board as ludicrous. Vice Consul Springer, who had been on the islr.nd 80 years, waved his hand to a particularly abusive group, saying, in tones loud enough for all to hear, "Wait, wait, my friends, we shall all be bacV soon." New Orleans and San Francisco Sighted. NeytYorx, April IL The captain of the steamship ' Aller, which arrived here Sunday, says that at '2 p. m. April 7 his vessel passed within ten miles of two war vessels, both of which were painted white. The leading vessel was rigged with three masts and the other with two. Both were bound west and appeared to be going at the rate of ten knots an hour. The vessels were sighted in Lat. 40.43 Long. 48.49. These vessels are evidently the New Orleans (formerly the Amazonas) and the San Francisco, which sailed from Gravesend, ng., two weeks ago Sunday. bor Was: "Get Out, You Yankee Swine!" Key West, Fla., April 11. As the Fern, with Gen. Lee and the Americans was leaving Havana harbor Saturday the Havana Crowd to Gen. Lee and the Americans as They Sailed I'rom the Har- The State's national powers intervening. Their ofWinchester, which is to take place' Baptist church, rvenuicKians; HpmTrl ? TRinortnan pay cattle for their ""! the pres"eHT" prices ior rto"Staniord passing hereSTjS5f S'S'clScK'll llininr will Tnn... - w-ai- hit .. nam I feed-lot'" "miettYB vjiiicmnati This can be easily done and has Tho s. "' r re-- 1 rstrL icraos! j-v r 4 - IN 7W7K7T: 7R1K?memb&MLjaL?a , " :'"'"!'-wtit ymr i v ,- NI H VA . . Si' v V V PEACE. M latest, the Cheapest and the tains will take sdeetedstd Furnishings and Neckwear ever shown hi thisdtv , Our Slims aro ,i . l 7 make Peace and Prosperity by nx Mi!' f Innm-lKu.i eat pleasure in 6bowing you PEACE! fJS ES aKfctS!fl aX showto Best A HARBOR OF i va , v v 7M Opening Game of Base Ball. Vv it IF r2 r .f f Nik: Tho opening game of base ball will be played on the college campus Saturday, April 16, between Central University and State College. Sen! Eggs lo Indian Territory. - l My Mrs. II. H. Colyer, who advertises fine Plymouth Rock eggs, received a cash order from South CanUfan, I. T., on Saturday, from Mrs. Frank McMa-ha- n, who writes: "My husband's former home was Richmond and as we take A Regular ISO the Climax I saw your advertisement." A New PBOSPFBITV "'' 7W C Pesl. It is bufc Diphmn?1?61113' cuntyWethedo ,fedls i,i, the Gents Fme Footwear and Gents' Hats, ProPose to called tho screw wdrm is playing havoc with sheep and hogs in various parts of tho State. It is produced by a little fly entering the ears and noses of the animal and depositing eggs which hatch in a few dnvs and the animal is eaten up by the worms. Good For Winchester. reported that the new pest use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values at our store, it s a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no digging out of musty corners. Notwithstanding the big advance in nearly all lines of goods, we shall continue to give customers the benefit of our advantage of having bought largely before the advance. KLONDIKE first-clas- ) Peace on Earth, Good Shoes for the People i'aj-i,- i or - SMS"" $k iWI J OUGLAS. BRIGHT&CD Rev. Tho3. Hornsby, the "cowboy preacher," who has been here for several days, says that he has seen less immorality, and heard less swearing and ribald language while in Winchester than in any other town ho has visited, also that more people attend church here than elsewhere. Winchester Democrat. Renews His Subscription. Don't Skip A Word ui tnis as it is money in pocket to read it all. There will be "A Hot Old Time" at The Busy Bee Cash Store this spring, if s goods and Low Cash Prices will do it we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now offering pick and choice of our large second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at S2.7G per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These poods sell at 45 and 60c per yd. We are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at $1.69 per dress pattern. if. only a limited supply and they are all There good st les. Don't miss the chance to see them. h all-wc- ol ' KINO OF THE OCEAN. RULER OF THE NATION. - - - "ff - S - - - - -- The Richmond Climax. U plement President's Message In Our To-Da- y. Sup- r I my subscription for 1898. I cannot do without the Climax. I have been in Cincinnati under treatment all Nljl' winter. Hurrah for James B. for Congress. money order for $1.50, for which credit Powell, III., March 27, 1S93. Editors Climax : Enclosed find apot Mc-Crea- ry Climax and the Democratic narrv throughout the world. Yours truly, A. J. Johnson. Success to the We are showing all the new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc Ask for what you Want and you will get it at Lowest Cash Price. Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert V " . We have just opened and put on sale the largest and most complete line of Carpets ever shown in this city, we have evervthing vou want in this line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the finest Axminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you will want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back vard. You will also find a nice line of Mattings, Oil Shades and Lace Curtains in this department. We sell a Fnll Length Felt Shad Spring Fixtures at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors and white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c per pair up. 1 HSESDAY APRIL 13 - - 1S9S. i Thomas J. Smith Jr., will buy all niy anu county claims. Oflice on Main street anrl3-t- f Cut flowers received everv Satur- day by Miss Addie Hunley, if ordered by tnday noon. "Early Marriage" willbe tho subject oi Kev. W. Ii Lloyd's discourse next Sunday evening. $1.50 to Cincinnati and return; leave Sunday morning on 3:10 train, return at midnight. TUc Thing "AYER'SRAPSAPAPTTT a l. v a household companion in onr family for years. I take it every Spring, beginning in April It tones np my system, gives me an excellent appetite and I sleep like a top." - - - - - t8 JOk $ Advertisements will be received c THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g 3 atitee that its circulation exceeds 3 at of any other paper published C 3 3 "i Richmond. 3 C m .v Cloths, Denims etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to sie them, prices are only SA to 14c per yd. your yioiiimi H. E. WHDEY, Philadelphia, Pa. For Spring mm o 1 B s V The bumble bee has yellow hair. The sweat bee has a sting; Rjt of all the bees that fly the air. The Busy Bee is The Thing. e their new ad t! y -- -l T I c II JLLaW If I & 7a Mm ,'JELL-DKESSED,, M, OS In our Domestic Department you will find best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 3J to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 4Jc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from 6 toGJcpervtl; 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large size Blench Damask Towel at 5c and our Celebrated Clover leaf Bleach Damask Towels at 10c are 'Hummers," Best New Yorfc Mills Camlet Jeans 10c a yd., other Cottonades at lowest prices. yard-wid10-- "" as p 2.r-S- ST s, 3 n B S 2 ? n 5" " fort to be found from wearing a pair of our shoes than you can dream of and the monev we will save yon on each pair you purchase, "will be a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair; Ladies' Dongola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoe- - for $1.00 and $1.25. worth $1.50 and 2.00; Full line Men's and Boy's Heavy Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair, Ladies' seamless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seamless black hose 8c a pair: our 25c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seamless sox 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless sox 8c . our 10c black sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere ; Children's ribbed hose sizes 6 S, 5c a pair; Children's seamless ribbed hose only 8c. We are showing a beantiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe Hosiery for ladies' find children, also all the new novel ties. Kid curlers large size 5c a bunch, white rose cabinet hairpins the best 5c each, curling irons 5c, men's garters 10, 15 and 10c. ladies' garters silver and gold buckles silk web 25c. tooth brushes 4, 5, 8 and 10c, children's suspenders d spools any size 0c, embroidery sail silk oc each, uairpms lc a boq, good pins lc a paper, needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each. white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool cotton 3 for 10 en velopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's and ladies' neckwear, white and colored seaming braid oc a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing 4c a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. 8 100-yar- FIT YOUR FEET SlSkS.'S: 4 '''7- - So H o5 o SB s SLra ETrs 2f - 5 o 3 P Keituckv. lMtli. lr. Hob-on- , Dentist, Richmond, mar3 lvr ly as YOU are. c.sssssss$s$$$sssss The Mt Sterling Gazette has Good fitting clothes arc commenced on, your A Singular Coincidence. a n god from a v eekly to a Shoes and boots for strong men The deaths of George "W. Burgin friends notice it, you come back to us, your and weak women, dudes and darlings, babies and bad boys, at Bright & and W. M. Burdette, published in last Mi' friends follow you. Even in the face of If you want a com planter se the these week's Clijiax, brings to us one of the Haworth at D. B. Shackelford fc Douglas. See ad. most singular coincidences possibly facts you pay less for our clothing than elsep. Get up on a step ladder and look on record. The deceased gentlemen where. These are the points that have made Before selecting your spring suit, over the Climax for the Busy Bee enlisted in the Federal army and ad. It is humming with bargains and served side by side, were captured ..n Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street our store the success it is brimming over with fresh new styles. and imprisoned in Andersouville and t.i'lor, ? Agent J. V. Chaney has recently were released at the same time, came It develops the alleged case or i'd Why hold claims when Thomas J. Jr., will cash them ? apr3-t- f Morning and night trains were on the R. N. I. fc B. Monday. semi-week- The be.--t wickless blue flame oil Take your city and county claims stove in the world on exhibition at to Thomas J. Smith, Jr., who will pay Taylor Brothers Hardware store. cash for same. aprl3-t- f Three new aw nings in town, Strong, Cut Flowers For Sunday. Corington & Mitchell, and Climax; Miss Addie Hunley will begin next were erected by Taylor Brothers, HardSaturday to receive cut flowers from ware merchants. Lexington. Orders left with her as The window display of shoes ai late a Friday noon will receive attenDouglas & Bright, shows that firm tion the day following, and the utmost has artists to arrange what their good satisfaction guaranted. judgment buys. & A f 1 means to be rectly dressed and perfectly fitted. Where, outside of our store, will you get the careful attention we give you as to every detail being absolutely right? ?I Jt?" i 1 are just as much interested in having your suit fit perfect"WE Hfe sllf (is Onr Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good tilings for our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at $2.48 per suit. We are showing several styles in beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at $3.9iS that are cheap at $7 50 ; when you see our $5 00 and $0.00 suits you will agree with us that we save you from $2 50 to $3 50 on a suit as they are worth from $8.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. We sell Boy's Knee Pants at 15c per pair. We have just opened a handsome line of the Mrs. Jane Hopkin's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, they are roade Double Knee and Double Seat, warranted not to rip, the boy's pants of this kind running up to 15 years old. Boy sizes all-wo- o2 a-- -- -. Si a 3 . 2 S "t 3B '2 & . 3 a "5 O 5 P are only 49c per pair. - i i. We will put on sale at once one lot of about tht Celebrated French Woven Century Corset worth $100 elsewhere, our price 59c as long as thev last. 3SFJ?? EE3QE ZZ2S 500 of f ff if IT'S ALL IN THE PRICE' Mo.st merchants figure to see how much they an get for an article, we figure to see how cheap it can he sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell. C'a.sh" . 1 to-da- y. at Mt. Sterling is only chick- - settled for the Hurst Home Insurance Company the following damages: l.p x. David Chenault, fire; M. F. J. S. Harris was acquitted of the lightling; H. S. Morgan, kil'iiiL' of Thos. H. Merritt in the Fay- wind. : t'ircuit Court lat week. Mr. H. J. Streng, the Second street Irine Azbill's Woodford Squirrel, merchant, has the finest and largest Jr.. the fine saddle horse, will make the lilie of spring goods ever brought to nail-po- that x le, home together and lived neighbors, were taken sick, both dying and being buried the same day. Small Pox Scare Subsiding. s 8 to the Won Si For Deputy Warden. vrrre c . OLDHAM & COMPANY. JSrC r MBIIf bi eVottuevs Richmond. Call on him before makA Knight Templar insignia ing a purchase of clothing or gents njraved E L." Leave at this furniohincs. ntll'-aprl3-t- f and get reward. The girls out at Whites Station are I). B. Shackelford & Co. have the being vaccinated on the shoulder in largest stock of Brown cultivators place of the arm. They say they may sometime wish to wear brought to this market. dresses and the scar would be likely Attorney Grant E. Lilly has to spoil the looks of their pretty, soft moved from Broadway to Mrs. Willwhite annsj iamson's houe on Seventh street. Mr W. J. Shearer brought to this and j Vandiver corn planters with or oflice Wednesday two Trustee Elections. without check rowers cheaper at D. six nails taken from a beef's I". Miackelford & Co.'s. than ever be- - paunch. The beef was purchased Supt. J. JJ. Wagere, Richmond, Ky. Dear Sire The measure changing from J. W. Herndon. Probably this the time of Trustee Elections from the Razor lost on Irvine pike, between accounts for the heavy weight cattle first Saturday in June till the first Sat1'rnwning Creek and Richmond, on Mr. Herndon handles. urday in October was presented to the Biggerstaff & Oldham received Legislature without an emergency uni :.'. Finder leave at this office and : reward. last week a shipment of card tables, clause, the intention being to have the j I) B. Shiickelfurd & Co. wish to duplicates of the ones used at the election in June this year as heretoBradley Martin ball in New York. fore to be followed by another in Octot ink the people for their promptness Thev excell anything of the kind ever ber for the following year, but the bill placini; their orders for Deering displayed in Richmond. It is needless was, inadvertently, l'arvecters. I presume, so to add that their prices on these goods changed before it became a law as to Curfew does not ring in Paducah. are very low. make it take effect at once, thus leaving root. The whistles blow at9 o'clock This oflice has received from Con- the present incumbents to serve over, ry night and the youngsters have gressman George M. Davison, in book or the countv supperintedents to ap: hunt their holes. form, the office report of the Naval point, if they prefer No election will Ciias. Jacobs, the fashionable Main Court of Inquiry upon the destruction occur till October. Very respectfully, - r et tailcr, is turning out the hand- - of the battleship Maine, including the W. J. Davidson. - aiest Miits ever seen in Richmond. testimony taken before the Court and Miss Oldham's Millinery Opening. ) vainine his samples. the President's message. The book We are assured that the most lavish The next lecturer on the Berea contains 300 pages and 20 illustrations and beautiful millinery opening ever of the wreck. Col. Co Ijoeuin Lecture Course is of Miss Friday a test was made on a load held in Richmond will be that who will appear at the above Tenipie Oldham, which is to occur on of hogts at the Union Stock Yards, ChiI lace Saturdav, April 1G. Friday and Saturday of this week. On Bright's Division, No. 29, K. of P., cago, to determine the actual gain that account of the extremely inclement could he made by pioperly feeding t this city, is ready to don the coat-o- fwatering them. A bnnchof seventy-t- weather of the' recent past Miss ar and an&Nt Uncle Sam in avenging and determined to defer her display head was driven from the and put in .e insult that has been heaped upon the time in preparation for a chutes to the scales and weighed ur nation- magnificent show. To that end were sold they truly After they The residence "n Shelbyville, of weighed 17.000 pounds, and were only she has been steadily at work and is for the ladies who are sure to be Misses Alice and Mattie Zaring, fed one bushel of corn, showing an of J. W. Zaring, this city, was actual fill of 280 pounds. This bunch surprised with the quantity of high iestroyed by fire last week. Loss of hogs was taken just as it came in class millinery to be shown. It may be added that the trimming about 3,000. the regular course of business. department is in charge of Miss Cramer, The R. N. L & B. passenger trains, Mr. Joseph Sqhafhausen, who of Osborne, Hutchins & Hunt, Cincinmorning and night, discontinued on recently resigned his position at T. S. nati's famous wholesale'milliners. of small pox in this city, says Hagan's drug store, left Thursday for Ed Palmer's Sudden Death. ttit Jehsamine Journal, resumed their several weeks visit to Lexington and n ,:ular trips Monday. The community was greatly shocked Cincinnati, after which he will return by the news of the death of E. H. P. In a game of base ball Saturday and accept a position ith B. L. on May the 1. The many friends Palmer on Friday mornings last. He lntween Caldwell High School and Department Central Uni- of Mr. fcchafhausen's will be glad to had contracted pneumonia and at first it versity, the latter team was defeated know that he intends to remain in was not dreamed that his condition was Richmond. Mr. Middelton could not so critical, but he was promptly removed b a score of IS to 16. find a better qualified man for the po- to the lesidence of Mrs. H. L. White, Mr. Bud Dunn, of Whites Station, sition, nor one with more friends than where he had been taking his meals for woars a little sack of asafoetida around Mr. SJiafhausen, who will carry with years. Here under the motherly care neck, and his pockets turned wrong patronage. of Mrs. White and Mjs. J. Lewis Booker He him a good side out to keep off small pox. and with the ceaseless watch care o Elder W. F. Cowden will speak in savs this is a sure preventive. Booker, Is. V. White and W. E. the following Christian churches: Rich- Messrs. -- Mike Enright and "Bud" Mono-ha- n Bright the sick man received every atmond, April 17, 10:45 a. in; Union City, have purchased Patrick Grady's Aprjl 17, 7:30 p, m : Mt. Zion, April 18. tention which devoted friends bar and bar fixtures and will continue their efforts and the best medi7:30 p. m ; Flat Woods, April 19, 7:30 p. cal skill the Grim Reaper could not be business at the old 6tand on First in ; Speedwell, April 20, 7:30 p. in.; Mt. street. Mr. Grady will go to Texas Pleasant, April 21, 7:30 p. m.; Athens, stayed and Death claimed the popular young jeweler, just when his future was and engage in cattle raising. April 22, 7:30 p. m. Bro. Cowden is a brightest, his friends most numerous D. B. Shackelford & Co. say they grand man and a fine preacher. The and every charm of life budding into have taken more orders for Deering churches will receive lasting benefit richest promise. But he is dead. from his splendid addresses on "Our the , Eddie Palmer, tho modest, honorable u me ....v.ik lore, wnicn jookh a- !f tl. jiuiuuio ex- Country." Let them give him big gentleman. A skilled watchmaker, pect a big wheat crop and want the crowds and a royal reception. No colborn in Birmingham, England, he came Wat. Ross Lloyd. best machine to handle it with. lections. to Richmond about 1S83, and gradually Merchants, Attention. CaDt. Frank J. White, of Lancas won the esteem of our citizens who ter, aged 78, brother of George W. I The fact that trade is at a standstill mourn his death sincerely. He leaves White, of this city, aged G2, botn here, due to the timidity of our country a $10,000 stock of jewelry etc, two $5,000 printers, is willing to lead a company citizens who fear to come to town on policies in the Jforthwestern Life Into fight for Cuban independence. Capt. j account of small pox, which is happily surance Co. No relatives survive, save j White is a Mexican war veteran. now about stamped out, we suggest that four sisters in Old England, who will be of Agriculture onr merchants hold a Trade Carniyai comforted in the knowledge that their Commissioner trade and confi- brother was respected in life, tenderly h Moore has thoroughly investigated and Minier the band director, cared for in his sickness, and laid away the result of the recent frosts. He dence. Prof. of his says that the peach, cherry and pear is experienced in the work, and will with honor in the family lot are completely gladly organise the movemeafe AIL friend, LewKcJchlegeiria ear beautifal crops of the State OTareWel!, loyal eon killed, and that all Bscovered tobacco who have beea. talked to approve, the City of the Dead 6 of England. a scheme. beds were rained. L-- - ason near Union City at $7. t. e fer short-sleeve- d small pox scare lias about blown over and that the country people are coming in and the city is fast resuming its normal business-likappearance. We have no hesitance in saying that our city has been visited by the dreaded plague, and but for tho prompt action of those m authority and the efficiency of those having the patients in charge, the mortality might have been very great. We feel satisfied that the public need have no further fear and hope to see business resumed at once. e many readers of the Climax that the We are glad to announce ten-pen- 6ix-pen- . pe-,.tn- d, Old-ha- w hree now-read- y sis-t-- rs solutely no reason in the world why consumption should bo fatal why itsliould be even serious. It is a disease of the blood, and can be cured absolutely and always b' purifying and enriching the blood. The only exception to this is the case where the "disease has been neglect ed and improperly treated until it is stronger than the body until the body has become so weak as to have lost the ability to recuperate. Dr. Pierce's Golden Meical Discovery will cure 98 to fill it. cent of all cases of consumption if used according to directions. It also cures all lingering coughs, bronchial and Musical Festival. throat affections. The Louisville Music Festival AssoSend 21 cents in stamps to ciation has authorized the appointment Wprld's Dispensary Medical Associaof Mrs. W. G. White to act as their tion, Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. representatives in Richmond in the in- Pierce's 100S page Common Sense MedAdviser, illustrated. It terest of the coming Festival, May 9, ical Another murder has resulted from 10 and 11. The Festival will consist of Howard-Bake- r feud in Clay county. 5 concerts. Monday, Tuesday and Wed- the nesday evenings, and Tuesday and The Shakers of Mount Lebanon, a Wednesday afternoons. Such artists comnviuity of simple, honest, men and women, have prepared the as Gadski, Stewart, Pro van DexPuente, Shaker Digestivo Cordial for many Frangcon Davies and others will he years, and it is always the same, simple, heard ; also Ysage the world's leading honest, curative medicine that has violinist. The famous Boston Festival helped to make the Shakers the healthy d people that they are. The Orchestra will furnish the accompaniShakers never have indigestion. This ments and the Festival chorus of 250 is partly owning to their simple mode voices will participate in all tho even- of life, partly to the wonderful properties of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Indgestion ing concerts. Call on Mrs. White and secure your is caused by tho stomach glands not supplying enough digestive juice. Shak season tickets at once. The railroads er Digestive Coidial supplies what's have promised a liberal reduction in wanting. Shakers Digestive Cordial in rates. Season tickets to 5 concerts vigorates the stomach and all its glands only $7, with seats in parquet or first so that after awhile they don't need help. two rows in dress circle; $5 for other Shaker As evidence of the honesty of Digestive Cordial, tho formula seats in dress circle, back of the first is printed on every bottle. Sold by two rows. Mrs. White will gladly druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. It give further information. Earthquakes in Bohemia rendered An Echo From Tho "Maine-- " many people homeless. ability, fit him for the honor and to his stroug endorsement we add our own feeble well wishes. Whon the party needed an organ he asked to be made canvasser and as a result of his tireless work and ambition, ho was the champion solicitor of the Louisville Dispatch. He should be yielded the place gracefully as he is worth and competent one-cent God-fearin- How many young men and young Spring humors, boils, pimples, erupA little hoy asked for a bottle of "get are cut H. Kenney, of this city, is the women brightest off just as the future! tions sores, may be completely cured up in the morning as fast as yon can," J. seems and fullest of promise by purifying the blood with Hood's Sar- the druggist recognized a household best endorsed applicant in Kentucky They are token away by the diseate saparilla. name for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers" for Deputy Warden of the penitentiary, which causes over ot all the bottle of those famous deaths in the world the disease which A French gunboat has left St. Thomas and give him a constipation, sick headand he will most probably win. His little pills for call consumption. There is ab- Island, hound for Havana. party services, his deservedness, his doctors ache, liver and stomach troubles. DougCandidate t Mr. one-sixt- h When Traveling las & Wipes, Druggist. (. istaMMaetatacaMaecas0 ............................................ ::::;! Everybody Knows Av Berry Station has a new bank. Whether on pleasure bent or business, take on every trip a bottle of Si rup of When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys, liver, and eandy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c may5 lyr bowelspreventing fevers, headaches, and other forms of sickness. For sale Fire at Marion caused a loss of $5,00 in 50 cent bottles by all leading drugJ L cure3 gists. Manufactured by the California CUBAN apr6-l1 lUmvlO Cuts, Burns, Bruges, RheuFig Syrup Co. only. The government buys two more steel matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successor to W. steamship O. White. Platifor Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smole Your Life Away. IT you waut to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, stronp, maguetic, c, Springfield has closed a contract for water-work- s. full of new life aud vigor, take Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and tuat makes weak men tho wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. of your 10c. Over 400,000 cured. Buy mavl-l- y dnnrght. under giiaranied to cure, 50c or $1.00. Booklet and samulo mailed free. Ad. Sterling Hcmedy Co.,Clfieneo or Xew York. g long-live- Mid-delt- on bestow-Despit- e T .. - ..- ! ; thnstre-establis- ! cided to take all of his insurance in chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites TIip Sun the "Old Reliable" New York Life, ana chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. may shine brightly and the birds may. whose president introduced and cansed are sing their sweetest songs but it jonr Br. Cadj's Condition tho issue of that accumulation policy, just what a horse needs Powders, bad stomach is not right there is no happiwhen in which pays losses at once and is with- condition. Tonic, blood purifier and ness for you. Keep a bottle of Dr. CaldThey are not food but well's Syrup Pepsin in tho hones ttnU out restrictions as to residence, travel, vermifnge. according to directions and 'the use manner of life or cause of medicine and the best in use to put a sun it birds will not shine and ling occupation, and horse in prime condition. Price 25 death, and which also provides for pay- senta per package. in vain. Constipation and indigestion cured. Trinl size 10c (10 doses) anil in ment to those who survivo to advanced The term of the Allen Guards, of 50c and $100 bottles. Of B. L. Middelyears, the money invested, with" inter apr6 lm ton. for their ownbenefltand support Winchester, expires next week, but the est, members propose to The people of Clinton are well pleased Yours truly. with their new W. W. Merritt, , 01 Great Benefit. Administrator. No (Iriping or fains. B. Cooke Potts, local agent. "I have taken several bottles ot Arrowsmith, III., Jan 21, 1897. Hood's Sarsaparilla and it has been of Dear Sir: I have been bothered for great benefit to me. I was all run down in health and had kidney trouble for 15 years with constipation and I liave many years. I have tried all kinds of tnatiy preparations during that time. I medicine but never found any that did commenced using Dr." Cold well's Syrup tneasmuch good as Hood's Sarsapar- I'epe in in the fall of 1S05 and Hnheeitat-,ingl-y say it is the best remedy I have Are galalng favor rabidly. illa." Mas. Hakbiet Bishop, Cotoebnrg. -JJtwIasss raen and travel-lir- a ever found for Bay trouble., Xogripfaijj I11 i Tennessee. carry tfaiera In vest nr 'rwinfl after taking- - Yours. "to. if eoeketa. 1a& frrv tbem NMd's PHIs are;wy to take, sy4.tot -Jo perwr hooekeep9r Veep' .them In nedfciM SldbyB.XTMiAlelton. aw5Sj fci operate. Cure tiXj3i&$lito. atoMtt, trifc rogauosBjtfcimi to friend. post-offic- Red Oak, Iowa, March 24, "98. April Wisdom. mayl-l- y apr6-2WILLIS, Custodian. made. Mr. John A. McCall, President New York Be sure that your blood is pure, your Hartford will vote on the local option Life Insurance Co., Neio York City. good, your digestion perfect. Cheap Paints question June IS. Dear Sir: I beg to thank you and appetite To purify your blood and build up on the market your representative, Mr.H. B. Hetrick, health, take Hood's Sarsapaiilla. Everybody Says So. now. "We noThis medicine has accomplished refor the very prompt settlement of the Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonmarkable cures of all blood diseases. derful medical dfscoverv of tue age, p eas-atice that most the two policies for $7,000 held in your and refreshing to the taste, net gently is True Blood Purifier. of the dealers company by my beloved son, Lieut. It the Sarsaparilla has power to and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, 'Hood's are Darwin R. Merritt, whoso young life, make you well by purifying and enrich- cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipstlon so full of hope and patriotism, was ing your blood, giving you an appetite, and biliousness. Please buy and try a box digestive of U. C. C. 10, 25, SO cents. Sold and ruthlessly destroyed, with 260 of his and nerve, mental and aprl3-lguaranteed to cure by all drupgl3ts. strength. companions on the battleship "Maine," J paints. Owcnsboro people sent supplies to Gen. Miles has recommended that on the" night of February 15th last. It suffering Cubans. true there is troops be sent to Key West. is most remarkable that the loss could a better profit TEA cures Dysoep-r- i be so speedily paid, when it is known PJMaaNUBIAN in this grade v 6ia, Constipation and IndiTetter, Salt-Rheuand Eczema. the formalities of proofs of death had itching and smarting incithan a stand The to be procured through Captain Sigs dent tointensodiseases is instantly allayed gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. these Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. ard high grade. Don't be debee at Havanna, as well as through by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Q. White. myself as administrator of the estate. Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases years of ceived, ask the dealer for the John F. White, eighty-thre- e Surely the good judgment of my have been permanently cured by it. It age, and a prominent citizen of T,igg name of the maker and see is equally efficient for itching piles and county, is dead. Bon did not forsake him when ho dethat same is on the label, othremedy for sore nipples; w Margaret Mather, the actress, died suddenly at Charleston. M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I Mrs. H. H. Colyer is now prepared to furnish was a sufferer for ten years, tryiug most production all kinds of pile remedies, but without yon the very highest15. Just half of Plymouth Kock Eges at 50c for what you pay success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for inferior eggs. Orders filled promptly and to any firm in Richmond. was recommended to me, I used one delivered Respectfully, box. It has effected a permanent cure." roch23-3MRS H. H. COLYER. As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. United States Consul Hitiatt sailed from Santiago de Cuba. steers came to our place Two The farmer, the mechanic and the March 10, and have since that time been cared by the undersigned. bicycle rider are liable to unexpected for describing and paying Owner can have same by all charges. cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel WAGERS & COSBY. Richmond, Ky. Salve is the best thing to keep on hand. It It heals quicklv. and is a well known KY., cure for piles. Douglas & Wines, Drug- RICHMOND,will be APRIL 5, at1338. 8EALED proposals received this building gist. until 2 o'clock, p. m.. Saturday, April IS, 189:3, furnishing fuel, lights, water, ice, miscelHarrodsburg is to have a local option for laneous supplies, washing towels, hauling election May 10. ashes, and sprinkling streets for this building during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1899, or of Cascarets, the such portion of the year as may be deemed Just try a 10c. box The right to reject any and bids finest liver and bowel regulator over advisable. by the Treasury Department.all J. B. Is reserved m Eggs for Sale! Estray Cattle. We are busy arranging our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. PRICE WAY DOW Suits for Everybody. Bats for Everybody. Furnishings' for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. THERE'S TOO nt to-da-y; second and m carrying third grade It's ale- 2 aK- Hi'ilH; P MANY m a favorite e. M 8 Pills .. . of Dure "White "Lead on the, m arket. Briner in irou r list of material wanted, get our esti prove ui ua milte which ever assertion made. "We make correct prices because vv-- erwise it is a very low grade paint. Eyery pound of paint we sell you, we guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or refund your money. "We guarantee factory prices on everything in the paint line including White Lead that will, require a third more oil to thin and cover a half more surface than any other make iyvj 7W7W79R7W ijl:jl'jljl: jl: mi .ani " i I , H. Mf-i- -- ? we want your i; trade. pecfully, j " Res.-- ! j r J. STRENG, Tk Qkt,TkluiUktrrV JL. -- Stor.Tk lifer. OS c r U - ' ' -- i v itrf-t-f - "m W. ititm St.. Matowai. bl I Jb d . if- I if" -- .u. 3 J-- t o ii ' .. - - -- - r ' f2&U v 7: i., , : !!' WSHi r ty 9"? JjWK?L-J.-Vif- r y J IV y Vj r Who can think of some simple tklnf to D&tentr protect our Meu; may bring yon vretlth. HM WEDDElLBtrR.N A CO Pitrnt Attor. Mrs, WBtnlnctdn, D. C- -. for their tUSD prlxa offer and Hit of two hundred lnreaUons wanted. anted-- An thr Idea IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF LITTLE Frankfort Ss Maitl Railway. J In Eflect March 1, 1897, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. " EAST BOUND. Switxer. Stamping Ground . DuTalls Georgetown- Lve Frankfort a.m. 6 30 6 45 p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 00 20 32 Ait Elkhom IJ1 Lve Georgetown Arr Newtown Centreville- Elizabeth - . 7 02 " 8 OS . . - . . . Pari. 7 8 8 8 8 20 00 12 "2 28 8 40 58 4 15 4 30 4 42 4 52 4 58 5 10 WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth a.m. . p.m. 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 30 42 48 58 10 30 41 48 59 06 20 Newtown. Georgetown Lve Georgetown DuTalK Arr Stamping Ground SwiUer ElLhorn. Centreline . 9 20 . 9 32 9 - 9 10 10 -- 10 38 48 00 40 56 25 35 1110 .. 11 11 11 FranUort W 6 7 7 C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt, Frankfort, Kentucky. i- -: ; q yWi 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pm 4 50 Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. ML. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V pm EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation train run daily except Sun-diOther trains run daily. "through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeperreservations K. HOOD. Agent LJtN.Ry., ca'l on or write Richmond,' Ky. W. BASNET. or GEORGE D. P. A. C. S. O. Rv.. Lexington. Ky. v. EASIER THA EYER road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service w ith which the Illinois Central s Memphis and New Orleans Vest ibuled "Limited. is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Yestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, An- - Memphis Friday. The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- Lve Louisville every Thursday New Orleans Friday New Orleans Fridaj Houston Saturday San Antonio Saturday Arr Klpaso Sundav Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr San Francisco Tuesday TfeK Arr Lve Arr Arr 7 45pm 8 20pm S 45am 4 45pm 2 45pm 9 2Hpm 5 15pm S 18am 9 25pm L Ttt Trie tfittn Crate U CAfrnm. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to te with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wm. Alfobd Kelloxd, A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. A. H. Hansox. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, HI. R, N. i. & B, B. B. Time Table No. 3!, Taking Effect day, December 5, 1890. Sun2d Class. No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1st Class. 1 I east bocnd. Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million RichmondMoberlev- xo. A.M. 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 P.M. 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 30 6 52 A.M. 5 25 6 48 - Union P. M. 12 12 12 12 13 16 II 58 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 03 10 05 10 25 lit 40 11 35 -- Brassflefd Panola 30 . Irvine 35 1 05 west Irvine BOCXD. . i No. 2 No. 4 No. B Xto. 10 Ex Sun Ex Sun'Ex Sun Ex Sun -- A. M. ' P. M. 55 2 09 1 1 1 ii Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond-Million Vallev View Nicholasville Versailles 25 50 P. M. . . A. M 6 05 6 29 ' 2 12 2 25 4 40 6 31 6 5S 7 58 3 10 3 25 3 50 ... 2 16 3 50 15 5 00 4 11 55 1 05 1 20 1 45 6 35 A. M. P. M. P. M. P. MT All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. . P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H. ADAMS. Superintendent- - ' L. & W. Tx LT. A. M. i I JR. R. I- K. O. DIVISION. Effect Nov. 7, 1896. for Cincinnati, Anv .. ii': - .. M. i Mill7.?rt 51ays-- j G.20 M. nniiic, '"""i r..o..:ii.. cheater and Lexington I..-- .. mail vi.l !P. T.v Winch ester and mail. I viiirton. London. Jel- ico. l'inerille. Fust line for Livinralnn. London.Jellico.Knoxville M. Fat line for Cincinnati, 3.19 Paris Winchester. P M. Rowland, Lancaster and! Ifs.in-'to- Cincinnati. Paris, 1.00 12 55 a. m 3.19 p. m. Stanford. 10:10 Itoulaml. Lancaster and! 7:30 Stanford. 7:05 For fnther particnlari call on or address, 1.15 a. 1U3 si Telephone 78. KUPERHOOD.Agt. --- SfMTHFRN - aZP ivmLwiiy. II V KKNTUfKY I ,.. w.,V- tn rAsrnoiiNix Umf-vflio fTMt I rfn. i S. 1897. Kg yq 5. Nat. 7 45pm Ar Ar Ar 7 4Sam 4 Efipni Urnmlij rrv-ull.-- Ar Islington tjcsriuiiiNii. I.v Ar WrsjillcN. Ar 1.3 Ar SliHlttvillf. Ar LouKi lllf .. 9 07pm (130pm B K)pm S.5Spm lOMtpm Itt2l.im 7.2Upm'ia35pra . . .. Illdtim' aH.inilh.40pm . 4.4fipm 5.03am K.2Aam 5.10pm U.lfiam 5.59pm &U0am iqsuam 7.St)pm 7.27am Rftkim C N'o-No. i. pCo.4. 7.Xara 4.20pm 4 40am Trains So Nil. 1. Chair Ciirs. 2. 5 and trry Free Obaerra-tiK- ii fcAsTiuirtNli. WESTBOUKD. IS.jNa ii. STATinNS. 7NoT"l2.'Na14. 4U.pm 7 4SamiLv LouUvll Ari 7J0pm 10.50am WUtaniiAr LarncbrcAr 5.05pm a atom 7Sptn HlTilam Ar HarodsbgArl 4.1pm 7.30am 7.4ipui II lOamlAr Burgln..Lvl 4.0fepm 7J0um aiiii KASTHiHTMI. WESTBOUND. Na lS.tNo.fi7l 4il'.pm 7 7 ri4imi HllamAr ShelbvilAr CV:Mn ia:iamAr Verslles Ar i:.i!ii ll.iuam Ar Midway Ar . 4.iinii itiipm Ar tjcorgtn Lv Lv Loutsvil Ar lastom statiobs. Na 16. itNafiS 7.30i)xn 9.14am 5Jpm 7.55pm 7.35am 3.38pm 7.05am 3.00pm tXn. llir'jni 1 rAXTIUIUNIl. 1. tNu. 5. STATIONS. 7 Uuin 4 bum Lv Loulsvll Ar 6.52pm Lv Verslles Ar WESTBOUKD. tNo. UltNa 2. KXSOami 7.55am! .4upm 7jEi)m Ar Nlchlvill A1 (158am H.Jii)ra Ar KIchmnd Lv 6.05am 2L25pm .... lAr Irvine Lvi L25pm No-- L 7J0rm Lv I JHIlvtlllc. . . ..... 7.45am 7.45pm Ar Lei.iuum . ... ia55am 10.35pm KnonTlTc .... Ar 7.10pm 7.45am 1.3y-aAr AhrrM!e 1.15pm Ar Savannah.... 5.00am Ar Jacksonville 9.10am Ar C hattanoosa . .... 5.66pm 8.00am Ar Atlanta..... ...... ia40pm 1.10pm Ar Macon i.uoam Ar Jwfcfconvllle 8.45am Lv rhattannoga Cicmm: a 15am Ar K. mimrham iaufpm lSOpm Ar Meridian 7M111I y.wpm Ar N.-- Orleans a 30am 8.30am Na I carries Free Chair car Louisville to LcxiiifOou. there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Car So Jacksonville via Chattanooga; also to New nt stations. No.: .. Or-iw- W.A.Ttok,O.P.A WjtH.TATKr,A.G.FA. WMiilnttony. & telTliU,Kr. Na 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Cmttiaiinnca, also Lexington to Jacksonville via IliaSprtncsMshevUlc, and Pullman TJnloa Sleeper Lexington to Kcw Orleans. tDally ezceptSnnday. A.WrrtnoM.P.&TLA--. &T.Swirr,P.&T.A., Louisville, ICy. leiinrum, Kjr. W, Jl. Gukew. Gen. Sopv. J. M. Ctjlp.T. M Washlncton. D. C WasMactoa. U.C. Should know that the bushels of "Ola Time" Keineay, wheat which he sold, not a single The promolers of the Odd Fellows Conway, son of I. J. and 0. E. Toe-segrain merchant, but to 1,800 different born Novembor 22, 1S95, died Widows' and Orphans' Home are losing dealers, a bushel each. A few ot them March 23, 189S, aged 2 years 4 months no tirno in their efforts to get this splenpaid him In cash, but far the greater did institution built, now- that it has and 1 day. number said it was convenient then been secured by Lexington. Farewell, dear Conway, Is a solemn word, but would pay later. A few months Which thrills through our hearts; Yesterday, as stated in Tiie Leader, But, oh, it is the will of God, Grand Secretary Elliott went before tho passed and the man's bank account That dearest ones should part. Fayette County Fiscal Court and se- ran low. "How is this?" ho said. "My 1,800 bushels of grain should have kept We loved him, yes, no tongue can tell cured an order for the money voted tome in affluence until another crop is How much we loved him and how well; , ward the, institution by the county. Gpd loved him, too, and he thought best. Later in the afternoon at a specially raised, but I have parted with the To take our dear Conway home to rest. grain and have instead only a vast called meeting he appeared before the How we miss you, Darling Conway, number of accounts, so small and scatJoint Wa s aud Means Committee of the tered As we gaze on your vacant chair; that I cannot get around and Is tho best tor Feaulj TrraSles. Corrects all so sad and lonely. Both the method and results when Around our home, City Council to make the same request. Irregularities In Female Orsrang. Should be collect it fast enough to pay expenses." Absent is yonr smiling face. taken for Cbange of Life and before Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant After hearing the Grand Secretary Planters "Old Time" havo stood the and refreshing to the taste, and acta You hae left us, gone forever, through the committee unanimously So he posted up a public notice and test for twenty years. asked all those who owed him to pay Made only by ITew Spencer Jledlclno Co., ChatTo join the three in heaven; gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, voted a recommendation to the Council ALL tanooga, Tennessee. quickly. But few came. The rest said: all pain and Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- Freed fromdarling, God sorrow, best. that the $(5,000 appropriation bo paid. knows Conway, "Mine is only a small matter, and I tem effectually, dispels colds, headDRUGGISTS. lu reply to the suggestion that some will go and pay one of 25c. 50c these days," for- Pcrrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. aches and fevers and cures habitual ditliculty might be 'found in voting the r G. White. Ve desire to exprcfes our gratitude to m oCKo-ftaM constipation. Syrup of Figs is the all whe, by tender sympathy, endeavored money, on the ground that tho Homo getting that though each account was o f t very small, when all were put together septs-ionly remedy of its kind ever prowas not a public charity. Grand Secrecomfort us over the death of our bethey meant a large sum to tho man. duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- to loved son. May God blees and uphold tary Elliott said that on Saturday last Things went on thus; the man got to rli'cliond Produce Market. a ceptable to the stomach, prompt in RUBENSTE1N2:05. BUMPS 2:04 the charter of the institution, which is feeling so prayer. badly that he feel out of bed its action and truly beneficial m its them is our known as a Home for the Destitute I a Isaac J. Tussey. and awoke, and running to his granary Reported every Tuesday at noon by effects, prepared only fram the most Widows aud Orphans of Odd Fellows, ---F7 " found his 1,800 bushels of wheat still & Co., Staple and E. Deatherago 5e .:: tt-k nrr ss healthy and agreeable substances, its had been changed so as to embraco safe Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. TOBACCO CROP. there. He had only been dreamimany excellent qualities commend it Goother widows and orphans recommend- ng", and had not sold his wheat at all. to all and have made it the most ed by the General Council or by the EGGS (ij to 7c in trade. Moral. The next day the man went Largest Acreage Known in Kentucky Will be Oct-9popular remedy known. 4 County Court, provided they were acBUTTER. -- Choiee country, 2023c. to the publisher of his paper and said: Planted This Season. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 ceptable to the management in other BEESWAX 2023c. i "Here, sir, is the jay for your paper; i :::!! OOt" Tin Trnn noorl a PlniiT STJ b cent bottles by all leading drugrespects- GO.. DRIED FRUIT Apples brijiht, oc. and when next year's subscription is I Lexington Argonaut J gists. Any reliable druggist who Care should, of couase, be obsorved in WOOL Clear grease wool, lS20c; Reports from the country are uni- making such recommendations, both as due, you can depend on me to pay it may not have it on hand will proen... A Corn Planter, a Vih iiiiii promptly for any one who formly that farmers are preparing to to the character and tho number of the promptly. I stood in a jiosition of an hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. cure it oCHEESE Country, 10c. A Wagon, or other Do not accept any grow an enormous crop of tobacco this proposed beneficiaries, as otherwise the editor last night, and I know how it wishes to try 09. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.5- 0$1 feels to have one's honestly earned year. A gentleman who returned last Home might be unable to either receive substitute. 294(31.. oo We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vu'.cji Chilled Plows, acJ 50. CLOVER money scattered all over the country week from .Bowline Green said that or support them. Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware Stsv 3 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ed, 40 BLUE GRASS I in small amounts. Ex. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. trial 2:23 ) along the line of the L. and N. railroad eoiti. and Tin ware . Tin Hooting and Guttering a Spcctelty. There is a decided feeling among the HEW YORK, tLX. IDUISYILLE, AT. 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, "Baritone sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, I were three conspicuous objects toNEW YORK FASHIONS. the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred members, shared by tho Mayor, that pure seed. $1$1.35. jan5-l- y up to now because his produce out race and bacco plant beds, wheat fields and the Hoina should be located within the out sell the produce of any other stallion living BEAXS-- S1 00(1.50 per bu. blooming peach trees. He never saw-sor dead Baron Wilkes sired .' city limits, and a strong effort toward Canvas weaves are having a decided IRISH POTATOES-50c$1.- 23. 'm. Oakland Baron 2:09 many plant beds in his life, and he this "Bumps' 2:fH'( ' a end will probably be made. run. Baron Dale 2:11, Rubenstein 2:05 SHOULDER MEAT-- Gc. A A..AAAa.aAAAAi,)AlkaAall)loa concludes that the acreage put out will Nydia Wilkes 2:11 H Rachel 2:03'J S Turquoise blue is a favorite millinery BACON 7 10c. Baronet 0 Baron Rogers 2:00', be the largest ever known. His views Buckleu's Arnica Salve. Baron Dillon 2:12 Rid Silk 2:10 color, especially iu ostrich plumes and HAMS-S1- 0c. Baron Crisp 2:12', are corroborated by the reports of farmThe Best Salve in the world for Culs. tips. Bay Baron 2:12', ers from every part of the State. . Baronmore l:liU By Old Established House i Black satin brocaded in single flower Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheum Fever Brava2:ll or Womsn. As so much dependence is to be put Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- pattern is in high favor. upon one crop this year it becomes a act as Manager here and do office work ALL, KA.UC ItCUUKUCi. gingham will be a sum- correspondence at their home. Business and blains, Corns, aud all Skin Eruptionp, al. LOUISVILLE, KY. matter of great interest to know what and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- mer favorite. So will cotton grenadine, ready built up and established here. Salary- And 41aothers in the list and is as yet compara-$9)tively young horse. Enclose stamped envelsort of a market for it is to be expected. ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General is a black stalhon. snip nose, quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect and the foulard. Manager. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. price will Generally it is believed the The toque hat leads in Spring milsatisfaction or money refunded. Price npr6-3Floor. a old this spring, In color, size and action he S be remunerative, though not so good as o& resembles his sire aoout as raucii as any con ne 25 ccuts per box. 'For Eale by Perry & linery. Despite the present era of alIs American eter got, and has every thing in his favor that at present, aud some warehousemen Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to For Little People, Bi- People, Thin People, Old IVnpl stock horse, it takes to make up a W. most universal gorgeousness it is most have advised that less attention be paid viz.: distinguished when most simple. lecI5-lG. White. People, Particular Peoaud Young People,-RicAs SPEED. BUEEDISGASD INDIVIDUALITY. European Plans. to quality than to quantity, believing The mannish-lookinlittle necktie MARRIAGE CHANCES. low crades will be most in demand. A ple and People otherwise. ;BARiTONB's'lstdam "Black Bess" (2:22', continues to adorn the throat of the and she the dam of Barodaise 2:20'4 at gentleman who has been engaged in by old, and "Baritone" trial 2:23m lady addicted to severe styles of neck The Ladies' Restaurant is the the leaf tobacco trade many years and New York Herald. Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy "We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k m ,u dressing. It is not, however, becoming 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of finest in the citj'. Between fifteen and nineteen only who has made it a close study, gave his 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patcheii, she in to many. thin? in our line, if same is within the reach f t he the great brood mare list. This is the grateful exmarries. Every convenience for ladies views on the subject yesterday. He one girl out of seventy-thre-e Sashes are by no means restricted to Notice that this colt comes from a great line retail shoe dealer. on both sire and dam pression of the thirsty of breedingit and speedaccrtaint that his colts spending the day in the was first asked what he thought of the Marriages used to be much earlier, and evening gowns, but appear on indoor side, and is almost reported scarcity of Burley tobacco in Miss Austen's delightful Marion d will go fast and sell well. soul who tastes the liquids costumes, likewise. city. We do not offer you $4 shoes for $1.9S, becau vh maintained that after twenty-fou- r the hands of farmers and dealers. Service fee $10 cash at time of service with Pretty woolen stuffs fashion most cooled by ice made from usual return privilege or money refunded in year a woman could no longer expect to be "I think there is a scarcity this cannot do so, and you know cannot be done. case of failure. Gentlemen's Cafe on charmingly, many of tho Spring cospure distilled water by as compared w ith past yoars, but in my loved for herself. In the old novels Office floor. m vi we cio aim offer vou a shoe ior $2 that you will tumes shown by Best & Co., for little opinion this is much exaggerated," was nineteen was about the extreme limit girls. the Richmond Ice Facto- MUSIC: Tuesday, Thurs Some misses just in their "teens" fi for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that 3011 have paid S4 ijfl day and Sunday his reply. ".Last year's crop was cer- for a heroine and seventeen was per- are remembered by most faultlessly cut ev emnir. j nfrma i XI mar'.o parr Jlcnufactcrlnir average one in quantity, haps the most popular. tainly not an and $0 a pair for, sirnpby because we want 3011 ti i:uLocr btcs:ri sraawr fj.i , J tailor suits by this house. It is imposnco List cf Cutflts to ESPFree delivery, in any Between twenty aud twenty-fou- r and favorable weather for handling, one sible to fail WM'.V THOS. A. MULLIGAN, J. I Xf. Donnan Co.. 121 s Ull. in finding anything and 3our mone3 K. Ul,.rl, E Fnyctto St- Baltimore, good prices and scarcity of money girl out of thirteen marries, but the quantit', and on short decl-l- v MANAGER. eveiything wanted for boys and girls lid., U.S!u Catalogue free its early among farmers have induced age for spinsters (one in CaW avA raamuvs out STvwn SLuvc before viouuY cscxevstc. ft notice. and babies at this wonderful Liliputian shipment; but the time will novercome eight) is between twenty-fiv- e and twen Bazar. All druggists bM Dr. JUleV Pain Pills. ft after they have "coiffed St. when there will not be at this season of The princeste gown comes to us with tn It 4 unI"ll the year a considerable amount of rvainerine. Aiier twenty live young the impending epoch of narrow skirts ladies were called "thorn-backs- " country." sold tobacco in the by the and sleeves. But Rook ladies should remem"Will prices for the '97 crop advance Puritans of New Eng ber that a regal figure is required to caror decline during the coirhnjj summer land, who preferred widows. MANAGER. ry it off successfully. . and fall?" tt.ltiSl , 1 KfcEl. '. iuos inrougnout nie nave a All Phone, Xo. 21 s capes and jackets are "A very hard question to answer. greater chance of than elaborately lined with rich silk or satin LOUIS L. LANDMAN, ':::rg-:l"-" ovTxa&o "5'vtc, Sac, 3S Various opinions are held by men all cirls have of marrying. The elder Mr. M. D.. in plain, changeable and flowered ef3 equally informed upon this point. My Weller has prophesied in vain. "A fects. aw& 3VccActA Stvs... Evelyn Cable. J? own opinion is that there will be no de- little widow is a dangerous thing," Cyhj.y- cided change either way unless an im- probably because it is easier to glide JAPANESE WOO. 4H 4 Four of the best Fire Insurance ComNo. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, mense crop is planted and starts oil into confidences with a lady who has panies in the United Mates. Losses paid In certain districts in Japan, in hoiipes will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a promptly. YOI WILL I'lVD THF. BEST promisingly. Then prices might de- known affliction. "Widows from twentv whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at WEDNESDAY, APRIL ZOtli, 1898, to thirtv-lou- r cline." are especially noted for wherein reside one or more daughters private sale; situated at OF ASSORT In the Pmdental, you are offered the returning every second zsf& "If the contemplated crop of Burley what, from the point of view of girls, is of a marriageable age, an empty flower month. Glasses adjusted Wednesday ofofeach best Life Insurance attainable, and on to all persons depot, of an ornamental character, is en- fective vision at popular prices the most approved plans. In Accident febl6-lis planted what will be the effect upon mere poaching. Insurance we apain pive the best We A widower will not transact business with irresponprices of the '9S crop?" more than circled by a striug and suspended from sible companies. on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa"They will gradually decline, but bachelors marry. A widower thinks lie the window or veranda by three chairs. 26 Second Street, tered. There is no better land in Madison knows the worst and marries again at The Juliets of Japan are of course, county. Up Stairs. under no circumstances will they be- large. "Appetite grows with eating," as attractive, and the Romeos as anxious as It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by come so low as to be unremunerative to Bluebeard may have remarked. A turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, those of other lands. But instead of " - J---r- rz thirty-fou- r widower from twenty-fiv- e growers." to etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post A black spotted sow came to belongs to the group in serenades by moonlight and other deli- Linden street, about .jannary 10, my place. on Office, ten miles from Richmond. ana nas since existence, except perhaps tutors of cate ways of making an impression, it is been fed by me. Owner can have same by call SNAKES BY THE BUSHEL. TERMS Sale will be made cash, colleges. etiquette for tho Japanese lover to ap- ing and paying all charges THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, feb9-t- f JOE BUSH. address proach the dwelling of his lady bearing CATARRH SIX YEARS. The following snake story is differsome choice plant in his hand, which Geo. D. Vvhite, Long Troubles and Consumpfon Can be ent from the usual order of thee vera- Grew Rapidly Worse Doctors Did no Good. he boldly, but, &Y5& let us hope, reverently, feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. can be vouched for by cious tales-- it Cured. Mrs. Adam Staats, Mequon, Wis., in precedes to plant in the empty vase. more than a dozen residents of the im- a recent letter to Dr. This takes place when he is fully as Hartman, writes: "M. mediate vicinity of Pleasant lake, Ben-12- S-COPMIST An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist "I write this let- sured that both mother and daughter N. D., where the scene is son county, Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. ter because o f are at home. Neither, of course, is at my sy ni p a t h y laid: PATS THE.. for the suffering all conscious that the young man is takRANGES C. AV. Mendelhall and Frank Ham- The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. ing such liberty with the flower pot outpeople. For six Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a re- man, while removing straw-- one cold liable and absolute cure for Consumption years I suffered side their window. This act of placing (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, winter day from an ice house preparawith chronic ca- a pretty plant in the empty flower pot throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn tory to V3C2cJ!:, t$S again filling it with ice, found tarrh. W h e coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline is equivalent to YOU PAY FOR THE . and weaVness, loss of flesh, and all conditions on the bottom of the building beneath I caught a young lady whoformal proposal to the of wasting awav, will send THREE FREE dwells within. cold I BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discovthe ice a layer of snakes nearly a foot in Tho youthful gardener, having settled would have a seeries to any afflicted reader of the Climax depth. The snakes were coiled together writing for them. vere spell of sick- his plant to his mind, retires, and the His "New Treatment" has cured th5usands in a solid mass, and on being disturbed ness. I used dif lady is free to act as she pleases. permanently by its timely use, and he considIf he ers it a simple professional duty to suffering began squirming and hissing in a truly ferent cattarrh medicines and the docis the right man she takes every care of humanity to donate a trial of his infallible Phone 3. Second St. frightful manner. They emitted a tors did all they could, but the relief the gift, waters and tends cure. it carefully Science daily develops new wonders, and nauseous odor. The snakes were from was only temporary. In December, with her own hands, that all the world this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for RICHMOND, KY. years, has produced results as benincial to a foot to six feet in length, and as large IS97, my condition became very bad. may see the honor is accepted as a humanity as can be claimed by anv modern The reptiles I could not speak aloud; I had a terri- suitor. genius. Ilis assertion that lung troubles and around in proportion. ; kLkyI fi i ACHNTS r cell our consumption are curable in any climate is were animated by being exposed to the ble cough, WANTED Vulcanizors,to Ilaugasro rrintlm? profuse expectoration and proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," Presses. and Key But if he is not a favorite, or if the UublJcrStumps.Scal PressChecks. filed in his Amcicjn and European laborato- rtir, and one of the large fellows with a frequently spit blood; night sweats and and stern parents object, the poor plant is es. Btencis, &e. J. F. W. DOK.MAN CO.. ries in thousand jom those cured in all parts quick movement, coiled himself around extreme emaciation. I was sura I must torn from the vase and of the world. the next morn Medical exper concede that bronchial, D. chest and lung troioles lead to Consumption, Mr. Hamman's ankle. With a wild die of consumption. The catarrh seemed ing lies limp and withered on the ver- ? which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer6creame of "Oh, my God!" Hamman to have spread all over my body; my anda or on the path below. FREE: Sao.oo r; COLD, tain death. Bicycle.dold Watch, Diamond Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine leaped to the door of the ice house and head, throat, nose, bladder and womb. King, or a Scholarship in street. New York, giving postoffice and express ran down the hill, and could not be At this time 1 received a book concernThe Postoffico department gives noDraughon's Practical Business Richmond, Ky. address, and the free medicine will be promptCollege. Nashville, Tenn., or ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanpersuaded to return for some time. ing Pe-r"""- na. I immediately wrote to tice of a very important ruling relating tage of his generous proposition. Texarkana. Tex., or a schol Roofing, Guttering1 to postal cards. There are thousands, After the removal of the chaff there Dr. Hartman, who precribed Pe arship in most any other reputable business colPlease tell the Doctor that you saw his offer possibly millions, of postal cards in the be secured in the Richmond Climax. was exposed to view a mass of squirm- and and General I followed his directions possession of large business houses and lege or literary school iu the U. S. canthe Youths by doing a little wort at home for journal. ing, twisting reptiles. But the chilling strictly. I began to improve with the their correspondents all over the country Advocate, an illustrated OMMKWIIM WHIM. It is elevating In character, moral in tone, and Job Work. KtM air soon rendered them hors de combat, first bottle, and during the time that I that are though this decision rendered especially interesting and profitable to young valueless, says the ittj The people, but read with interest and profit by peoit. and their removal began. Measured in took the medicines I gained twenty Postoffice department Times-Sta3wr-pFrand other interesting wr.TTiV. claims that postal ple of all ages. Stories Sample copies sent free. matter well illustrated. a bushel basket, tnere were 23 basket-- pounds. I feel as well now as anvone cards having printed matter on the Agents wanted. Address Youths Advocate Pub. S fuls. could possibly feel. I am sure I would backs, of blank forms for orders and on Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thia paper. ij GO augl8-lAs the snakes were removed from have been dead long ago had it not the faco the address and business of the constitute the building they were piled beside the been for Dr. Hartman's advice and firmviolation of an advertisement and u A Book for Young and Old. is a law. DR. CALDWELL'S ! road in a large windrow, w here thev medicine." Bl rl ONE OF TWO WAYS. were viewed with astonishment by the Every woman should have a copy of 3 OUR WE CURE ONSTIPATION. OF LEXINGTON, KY, residents of the place. Then the frozen Dr Hartman's latest book entitled t J1ERV0US ncLURD The bladder was created for one snakes were hauled out on the prairie "Health and Beauty." Sent free by namely, a receptacle for the urine, Esfd 1878 by E. E. Greene. They were pitched The Drug Manufacturing BLOOD and as such it is not liable to any form and wife should know about the pre' wagon with forks, and it was Company, Columbus, Ohio. into the II R i ?ar V,an ,s a, new "Proration of an old principle, and is 250,000 SKIN& ot disease except by one or two ways. based upon the actual experience of successful life insurparation that for half a century has ueceessary to make two trips to remove ance covering a period of over 200 years. The same principles "ovem Does the President of the United been helping expectant all of them.- - Minneapolis Journal. mothers bring I have rented for 1S9S the several houses ad- The first way is from imperfect action of both, companies, PRIVATE only y pay while vou LIVE. Slates receive any allowance outside of little ones into the world by 'A without vertised five me last December, but have now the kidneys. The second way is from MEW TH EY pay when you DEE. four or other nice cottages, well located careless local treatment DISEASES Thirty-fiv- e of other diseases. years makes a generation. his salary of $50,000 a year? A. S., Andanger and the hundred and one and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at W E otter the INVESTMENT feature. CURED my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, .Jfl 14 That is how long Adoph Fisher, of derson, Ind. TH EY protect in case of DEATH. swAlrij discomforts and di5trnrtifnc with Stephen D. Parrish, ,0213? GAUSS. This question is well answered in the Sv?m Unhealthy urine from uuhealthy kid Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He incident to child-birtFLORIDA H. PARRISH, the PHcy; with us, a defi- It jan26-tEnquirer Almanac for 1897. from which ., . m utuiu, uiamres ice policy. was cured by using three'boxes of f Attorney and Agent. neys is the chief canse of bladder is applied externally, which the following is taken: In addition to CURED Witch Hazel Salve. Douglas & troubles. So the womb, like the bladis the only way to get relief. INSURANCE IS A LAW AVERAGE. his salary of $50,000 the President is Wines, Druggist. der. was.created for one purpose, and if YOUNG Medicines taken internally Wanted-- An Idea given So6,06t to pay the salaries of his cn ignorant of the tcrnblc crimo you Jti5 your fda: ther may you will not help and may ProtectJOHN WUDDEKBDRN & bring Patentwealth. not doctored too much is not liable to kill tmSiici611 Ut f thnSand ia- S- fire n so uv PUeta. They subordinates. His private secretary is WHAT FRIGHTENS CHILDREN. Write CO., Attortho fasciniting allurements of this evil ney!. Washing ton, D. &, for their 13 piiso offer weakness or disease, except in rare cases. i fu vfwA O .V result in harm. paid $3,250, his assistant secretary $2,2-5a habit? When too lato to avoid the y and list of two hundred Inventions wasted. sDrjiuMTJ. There is no reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his investment It is situated back of and very close to to nolo resnlu, wcro your eyes his stenographer $1,800, five messenft your peril? l)id yon later onopened to the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease LJa in Some iuttresting facts dealing with an average of $2.70 for every dollar paid gers each $1,200, a steward $1,800, twp and yet we assume an oblieation less Jf.1..1 linolnnTitnu.inPl!TVATn.nr.fflIl UE0. W. KILEY or inconvenience manifested in the kidA disease? Weroyou cured? Do you now the fears of children have been collect- doorkeepers J2" the each $1,200, four other iff nnd then see Mmoalsnninc Fymptoms? neys, back, bladder or urinary passage is professor ed by a He clerks j"o juu uiaiij m joitr MnrMjiii con- at good salaries, one telegraph Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends cent- - ot tio dition? You know. " LIKE FATIIEU. often, by mistake, attributed to female OUR MISSION. 8S"2n ?eat" (20 found that 1,701 children were afraid PPle are insurable. THE SOUND AND HEALTHY, WHO IKiSI XEXB operator, two ushers $1,40C each, a LIKE PON." If married, arc yon conWright's Celerv Capsules. weakness or womb trouble of some sort. . . ?T;V"rE,:?0K.A.;CE- - v'Ty.should there not be a means provided of 0,450 things. The leading fears were stantly Ihing in dread? Js marriage a Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '9(5. To night usher at $1,200, a watchman at carry an investment failure with you on account of any weakIJ The error 13 easily made and mar be as can ,ret lite insurance? Our mission iscanopen the door to the the same aT Arored LJwS-samlightning and thunder, reptiles, strangto fits and prepares every Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: ness caused by early abuse or later exentire population toT Jhl .) $900 and a man who takes care of tho or greater benefits for an equal or lesierpenditure. you been dragged with easily avoided. To find out correctly, rire.1. and those cesses? ers, the dark, death, domestic animals, Geuts I have purchased a box of organ, muscle and advantages may be enjoyed during life by the mercury? Thi3 booklet will point out to fires receives $861 a year. In addition Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. your urine aside for twenty-fowater, gliOKts, insects, rats and mice, you tue results of theso crimes and point pai,t of the body foi Middelton, druggist, and used them for ret to this there is given to the President out how our NEW ilETHOD and high words. Some of the fears NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. will positively euro you. It the critical hour. It Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti- hours; a sediment or settling indicates $8,000 lor incidental expenses, such as rbowx how thousands have been saved by were the results of personal experience, pation and found that they cave me im- kidney or bladder trouble. Th mild child-birt- h our NEW TREATMENT. It proves robs stationary, carpets and the care of the of its and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kili. e., in a district where a great wind had how wo can GUARANTEE 10 CURE Presidential stables. And under anothtortures and pains. mediate relief every time. 1 think it an mer's Swamp-HooANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. We excellent remedy. wrought havoc the children were airaid JUTesugation. r,o statement made that the trreat kidney and cannot becourt theclosest scrutinvand most Wo treat and cure EMISSIONS, Trerified by actual results. er heading theie is given him nearly Baby's coming is made VARICOCELE. SYPJIIXIS. OLEEr. bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you of it. In other causes the analysis Yours very truly, STRICTURE. IM POTENCY, SE$40,000 more. Of this $12,500 is for requick and easy. Its need n medicine yon should have the Others Make Money. Why Not Yon? showed by what means parents had CRET DRAINS, UNNATURAL DISpairs and refurnishing the White House, Geo. W. Rilev. CHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER action is doubly bene- - 9 best. At drnscists fifty cents bikI nnt worked upon the imagination of their dUeatef. $2,500 for fuel, $4,000 for the greenV ficial if used during the whole ers. merchants. dollar. You may have a sample bottle children. in every vocation house, $15,000 for gas, matches and the r nnp CURES GUARANTEED 4d. period of pregnancy. . . .. and pamphlet, both sent fieebymail, .; In one district sixteen poor little ones stable. The White House, CnH aw. v.u.v.i.1 mviu uivuig plan in lull. all told, costs "The Wages of Sin" rent fre hv AJAX TABLETS POSTTITEhY CURE upon receipt 1 per bottle at all drug stores, 01 were the end ot the world, The most ofthreu stamps to jliX Jfrrvotu IHateuet FaUins Hoc enelOMrg 2o stamp. CONSULTATION country, in connection with tho sent by mail on receipt of price. wS a orr, ImpotencT, 8Ieepleanca, ete- - caused cover cost of postage on tho FRI'E. If unable tn ra.ll. writn for gratifying fact of all was that not one the bottle. w nuow or ouwr umi and IndisQUESTION J5LANK for HOME President, eonsideraoly over $125,000 a cretions, Thru quickly and, turetu Mrs A.T. Million, Local Agent, child had been frightened into obedience year. -TREATMENT. rwtoro Lost Vitality in old or roans, and Mention the Climax and rend your adCincinnati Enquirer. fit arnaniarstndT. hnlnM.n. m.t. Books Free, containing valuable inforX3X2S. or good condnct by the fear of the devil. dress to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binjrhamton, IKPreront Insanity and Consumption it KICHHOXD, KNTUCKY. mation to all women, wiil takan ..In ti .... ,w UUMUnf N. Y.- - The proprietors of this paper .. J, J. Sbct'y, Lexingten, Ky. A century or two ago that fear would Thousands of sufferers from grippe address upon application by be sent to any !. u.BMa nKa a yuan wcere14.. ouwr tail aaas-lliu Havlnc, T..irr. all im.m.. guarantee the Renitinenesri of this offer. have led all the Test. The pleasing in- have been restored to health by One y haraearedthouundaandwilioarsroB. Vilmp 122 W. FOURTH STREET, ia ference is that parents now dwell upon, Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures The or refund th manor. Prim 9v W I Bradford Regulator Co., CINCINNATI, O. TO CUREA.COLB IN ONE BAY. affection and love to insure the goodness coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumoniae ,j Qm. JsTake'LaxaUve'BrBO Qulnine'Tablets. All Atlanta, of their children, instead ol terrorizing grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung lynnahtfA refaxi laaJHwyit.itfaffa.to atjl8-;I- r , For sale la Sioiuaoad, Ky.,.lsy Hi them with Satan's wrath. disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. c. 'Far aaJe by W. O. Tlfly4,rBaggit, Cfare. Wch- ,j4siir From Papa, Mamma, Brothers and Sisters. (Lexington Leader. 0tfff2?8 ' CONWAY. MONEY FOR THE ODD FELLOWS' BE PAID. H0MET0 A BUSINESS PARABLE. Onco ALL WOMEN a farmer had 1,800 y, S PLEASE Child-Birt- dec8-ly- MmBAtfS8 pp,,, 'o y -- m 3-- 4. cfflecaeeaee9esse90aiaeeoaeosee'ooi3o ;!!! III; ' :!: tj t j4 at. S-0- 9 it e. Mill ) 3 SEKD-$2.7- 5$3 .."BARITONE" SEED-Stripp- I I s.. o 9' TAYLOR... Bros. .;. LDUISV1LL (tOtlOitllliKOItlKIMOAotttlltl'iltl e8eeas9se99Geeteeeoeaea8,9 Hfllfl Satin-stripe- d 0. ever-durab- le "Bar-tone- " w f m m .l.,,,,.tf-?u- y g Is W high-cla- ss Ice." Dash-woo- a-ls- B, H. 1NEALJS. r it nt i.u ;. i jj-- '! most-marryi- ng II f- Wi -- -. i tap e, . much-marryin- g David R. Tevis, -rr'Sss .r.i ... StP high-cla- FARMFOR Freeman Bros., r --- ri T- a3l m UVLkikkT& 4 m3 Ml-N- iSkrVfSkl&fVCO VatS h & & & 44 y WHITE'S STATION, 4zt S8 Estray Hog! je2-i- y & most-marryi- one-thi- rd U;J1JLN !M ...HE , isvm?,i FREIGHT. DRINKS. 00 8J m HAWORTH and YAUDIYER DISC HARROWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. little All kinds of Single and Double Shovel Plows and all kinds & - of farm implements at the closest and best prices at M 1 rtJi in-- u Young People - .. M& uliwi 4Mj ' -t J ru-n- a llyT-l- y Man-a-li- n. y & & mtiim r. m UbK ; Eft y yLHUUti Mil outhern Mutual Investment Co EVERY BRIDE 5YRUP PEPSI II Pe-ru-- na Read This Attorney-at-La- pnr-pos- e. 0 "'"'"'u urin. -- I TSK N55O0 f I A h. De-Wit- I U teaS Ml a. S-flk? -I- -"" 0, mm SS tlSte . man-P- i! well-kno- II.-u-c TKEAT-.MEN- T f y Mother's Friend tIUhMbQtnamauidaaAtar PoPp-ation ' ur hwbTtifS SSSSgSbSku , m t, ffiSS . MADE ME A MAN two-ce- v. rmtt i;-- .; - nt Kennedys Kergan SMITH-BOWMA- y fc &,'Kf, IHE GjilWIAX. . -- 3 jhS MtCrSw o : 3,"1 j. r it- f'. i 1 Tfc fi r 1 a-- jj ... Air tt" -