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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, WALTER FORRESTERS LETTER. KENTUCKY, AND WEDNESDAY, APEIL 20, 1898. NUMBEE $m&& 48. La Grippe, Followed by Heart Disease, Cured by DR. MILES HEART CURE. Paris, Bourbon count', first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. and manufacturer of Inventor Shulfci' Eafoty TTMffletrea Coupling, writes cf Dr. lilies Heart Cure "Two years ago en attack of LaGrlppo left tho with a veak heart. I had run down la flesh to cere Bkln and bone. I could not oleep lying iown for smothering spells; frequent 6harp Carting pains and palpitation caused a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could induce rne to remain away from homo over nlfht. My local physician prescribed Dr. lilies' Heart Cure and In a few days I was able to sleep well and tho pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced tha the doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and am now feeling better In every way than I havo for years." Dr. Miles Eemedles are sold by all druggists under a positive 1J NHlee guarantee, first bottle j benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, - Jrjjr B. C. C. SIIULTS, of "TClntersst, Iowa. 7 Wt2HG&r1 Elkhart, Ind. 2 DR. MILES MEDICAL OO.. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A?ro?.iT3r3. fl VJ. MILLER. Attorn-dy-at-La- Richmond, Office - - Kentucky. in the Burnara Building, next door to fob3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. J. II - s-- ; Attorsey-at-La- Office - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, over Tavlor"s Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. op-jHx- H. B. HOGG, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. Richmond, Office No. 13 First St, np stairs. 31-3- 0 J. C. & D. 31. OHENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Second street, over grocery. Clien-ault's PSTSICIAITS. DR. JOHX M. FOSTER, Richmovd. - Kentucky V Telephone at ef&ee and residence. DR. IT. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. OSce in the Joe Cc.Kns buiHmj, 18 and ond Street, over Wane . eld druestere. o Sec17- - Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. him: Georgetown, Scott county, third MonFkankfokt. Ky., April 1. At least day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. one thing is no April Fool's joko, and Hanna's putty-face- d Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third that is that puppet will not occupy the presMonday. The Winchester, Clark county, fourth idential chair another term. miserable farce of the past two weeks Monday. Versailles, woodford count-- , fourth has settled that, and tho brother of IcKinley's law partner, who spent Mondnv. several daye in Kentucky this week sounding Gov. Bradley and other PEACE, TOO, BRINGS TEARS. leading Republicans, will go home with burning ears. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL McKinley is merely the agent of a Hough are the steps, in flintiest gang of speculators, headed by rock, States climb to power by; slippery those with Hanna, and here is their game as 1 gold heard it in New York last Sunday. Down which they stumble to eternal mock; Some of the Kentuckians who attendNo chatterer's hand shall long the sceptre hold, Who, pien a Fate to Ehape, would sell the ed the launching of the Kentucky and block. the Kearsarge said they were going to Tears may be ours, but proud, for those who Washington to learn the war news. I win went to New York to learn the war Death's royal purple in the foeman's lines; news. New York is where this counPeace, too, brings tears; and mid the battle-di- n try is governed from at present. Well the Mark syndicate The wiser ear some text of God divines, For the sheathed blade may rust with darker wants no war with Spain, but they sin. want Cuba to bo free. They also want God give us peace! not such as lulls to Cuba to buy her freedom with 0 sleep, They are also willing to adBut sword on thigh, and brow with purpose vance the $200,000,000 accepting thereknit! for Cuban bonds. All verv simple! And let our Ship of State to Harbor sweep. Her ports all up, her They will get the bonds at a low price lit. And her leashed thunders gathering for their because Cuba's credit is not good. leap! Now! When Cuba gets free from Spain she can never pay that debt and BYRON'S M.WRIAGE. she will fall into disorder and anarchy, and by that time there will be millions Chicago oi American capital invested in sugar Swift said, ' No wise man every mar- plantations and iron ore beds in Cuba. ried." Ryron's marriage was an act of Then the United States will have to lunacy. The very manner of its begin annex the inland and pay its debt, and ning was insincere and theatrical. His the Cuban bonds will go to a big premfriends had been urging him to marry, ium like other United States bonds. o he wrote two proposals sort of What about the Maine and her mur"sealed tenders" and sent them to dered sailors? Well Hanna is two young ladies. One of them de perfectly willing to throw in a few clined, the other accepted. Naturally hundred dead sailors to close a barByron married the later. The rest is gain that will put more dirty dollars known, and for this part of his life has into his greasy Hot You will hear no the poet suffered trongest criticism. about the Maine incident if Hanna's It did not die with his death, but the man can keep the subject in the back evil that he did lived after him, while ground. Peace at any price! Millions the good was seemingly "entombed for tribute to Spain for Cuba's freewith his bones." The world holds as dom! Millions to spend for boats most potent proof of his insincerity built in Hanna's ship yard at that he made his wife's existence a Cleveland, boats too long by 10 feet to purgatory, finally drove her from his go through the Canal! Millions to house, even refusing to shake hands focd the starving Cuban's when the with her at the last goodly, and then American people will stand the horror wrote : no longer! But not a single blow to Fare thee well, and, if forever. make good the pledge of the last ReStill forever fare thee well! publican National platform! Not a Een though unforgiving, never single shell to blow Havana's assassins 'Gainst thee shall my heart rebel. off the earth for their cowardly murThese words were set to music and der of our sailors! suns with tears by young girls nil over No, it might interfere with somethe English speaking world, who felt body's business! It might spoil that that Lady Byron was a hard hearted, speculation in Cuban bonds that the wicked wretch to so deert her grief United States will some da3r have to crushed husband. In fact, the poor pay. It is possible that William Jenlady never saw the verses until she be- nings Bryan spoke prophetically of held them in print and read with the "cross of gold" and the 'crown of astonished eyes: thorns." Is the blood of our sailors and the honor of our country to be Fare thee well! Thus disunited, Torn from every nearer tie, thrown for "boot" with $200,000,000 of Scared in heart and love and blighted, American money to buy dishonorable More than this I scarce can die! peace with Spain because HanAt the same moment this singer of na wants to speculate on the bankrupt pathetic songs was alternating between estate of the moribund power? What "bearing the pageant of his bleeding an outcome after all the talk about deheart" through EuroDe and consoling manding satisfaction of Spain. himsell liberally with Miss Jane If McKinley ever fights it will be because Congress kicks him into it. slow-hew- Our good Republican and ! friends hear again from one of tho ' Bradley administration and' he , fnll-Kl. n ii uo limn OUgUt to talk ' when he has beon deceived. Hear gold-bug1 Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious, LEE M'KINLEY. """ ie o mi Absolutely Puro Star-Spangl- POWDER BAWkO POWDER ROYAi. CO., HFW YORK. n I THE ISSUE THAT "DIES," YET LIVES. lAtlanta Constitution. $200,-000,00- battle-lanter- Times-Herald- .! Cler-mon- t- We are now witnessing the "dying out of the silver question." This wonderful performance, as utual, is taking place in the editorial rooms of the plutocratic press. It seems ttiat a traveling correspondent of one of these organs met a man in the road in Illinois, and told howdy. The man howdied, and suggested something about the weather. The correspondent not being satisfied with this, asked the man whither the road led. "From here to the answered the man, "but at the crossroads it branches out an' goes every which way." This was more satisfactory, for the correspondent clapped spurs to his horse and galloped to the nearest telegraph station, whence he sent a thousand-word dispatch announcing that "the silver question is dying out in all parts of the country." As a lesult, we find it "dying out" in all the plutocratic This "dying out" business is a great deal too numerous to count its anniversaries, and there is no need to go back to history to verify dates. The silver question was ''dead" in 1892, was "dying out" in 1894, "dead" in 1890 and "dying out" in 1S98. This being so we wonder that the plutocratic press concerns itself so far as to keep silver's meuiorv green. It is queer that the editors have never beon let: to suspect is inseparably connected with silver, gets at least a part of its vitality from the conspicuous manner in which they advertise it. The fact is, however, that the talk of war only makes the silver question more important. Of all national issues it is the only one that is sure to be found at the bottom of all political discussion. If the talk is about war you will hear the plutocratic editors ask with a shiver, "But wou't war invohe a suspension of gold payments and bring us plump to a silyer basis?" Let the talk be about the prospects of currency reform, or the eifects of the tariiT, and, behold! our old friend, the silver question, bobs up as chipper and as ready for a frolic as a kitten. Does a man want to run for Governor? Very well; the first thing Le must do is to announce where he stands on the silver question. Does he want any other iuipottant oillce? He must tell the voters hdw he feels in regard to the remonetization of silver. This, of course, does not interfere with the regu"dying out" of the silver lar question in the organs; but it shows that the people are neither deaU nor cross-roads-," oi-ga- ns. Fitzhugh Lee of Virginia was received in Washington by an out pouring of popular enthusiasm rarely equaled, eays the Chicago Dispatch. William McKinley of Ohio s3t in the White House discredited, unregarded, unpopular. No bands played "The Banner" in honor of McKinley. The strains of "Dixie" were not heard in front of the executive mansion, but the streets were blocked with cheering thousands in front of the hotel occupied by Fitzhugh Lee, and the banc's played alternately "The Banner" and ''Dixie." Why this difference? Why is Lee honored and McKinley slighted? Lee is a patriot He loves his country better than anything else. He is not bound by the white tape of the Wall street ticker. He knowns the treachery of Spain and he has no fear of the Spanish. In response to the demands of those who had gathered to honor the hero of the day General Lee spoke. Among other things he said: I can only assure you that sucb a great demonstration seems to me out ot all proportion to the simple fact of.my humble presence here, and I am frank to say I don't see that I deserve it, having only tried to do my duty ns nn American where circumstances placed me." Fitzhugh Lee, a Democrat, representing a Republican administration as consul general at Havana, did his duty as an American. For that he has the admiration of every American in the United Stales. William McKinley has not done his duty as an American. He has been the representative of the money power, and, because of that, he sits discredited and unregarded in the White House, a modern instance of a man without a country. 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Electric Bitters are the only remedy that will give you t 7T Xi 1 T C 2.1jo V i T7-T- 1 I "VTA 4 X X TTT-VTVC- ? iture, Foot Stools, V Couch Pillows, all kinds of Furniture and Matresses paired and made new. jvj.ijlo fTi X) tv.n.JLiVi'jA, ui' x XX rT 4 TTxT-n-- a.' u.n,i- - V'iKjJ' re- - feji prompt and sure relief. They act on your Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone up your whole system and makes you feel like a new being. They are guaranteed to cure or price refundedFor sale at Perry and Thomas Drug Store, only 50c per bottle. 1 di-ret- ly miner) n& ffwiNiiivi-v b n&ir DOLLARS, NOT MEN. Ui all lunas, maae to oraer at Eock-Botto- m 9$? ffeS . It will take money, and plenty of it, to carry on a war against Spain. How is the money required to pay the expense of war going to be obtained? Internal revenue will be one source. taxes on beer and spirits will doubtless be levied, probably a stamp tax on checks and legal papers, perhaps a tax on proprietary medicines, possibly an increase letter postage but there will be no income tax. Men with an income of $1,000 a day may be required to pay a dollar more a barrel on beer, but not one cent will they have to give up out of their vast incomes to help the government. William J. Bryan in a speech delivered at Detroit recently referred to the mat ter of income tax as follows: "Other questions may come and other questions may go, but the question of taxation goes on forever. "Every city council, every state legislature, every federal congress must meet the subject of taxation. We solve the question of taxation by applying to that question this idea of Democracy. Equality before the law, equal rights to all aud special privileges to none. "Wo tried to secure an approach to this ideal equality when we enacted the income tax, but somehow we could not get that tax past the Supreme Court. We got it through the house and the sen ate, and by the president refusing to sign the bill at all we got it past hitn. We came within one of getting it through the Supreme Court. But we missed it because one man changed his mind." Continuing his remarks, Mr. Bryan referred to the dissenting opinion of Justice Brown, a firm Republican: "Justice Brown said in that dissenting opinion that his fear was that in some hours of national peril that decision declaring void tho income tax might rise up to paralyze the arm of the govern ment. "And, my friends, if war does come, I want you to understaud that decision stands there to prevent this nation from levying tribute upon the wealth of the country to carry on a war for the nation's defense. "The government can go to tho home and take the husband away from the side of his wife. It can take the father and husband and son, and the government can place them in front of the cannon and make them yield up their life's blood in the nation's defense, but it cannot lay its hands on the wealth of the nation and make it bear its share of the expense." But there is nothing strange in the face that the dollar is held more sacred than 'the man. That is the doctrine of the Republican part-- , and that is the theory advocated by Mark Hanna and put in practice by William McKinley. ed Prices. WSfS. m m m 1 n r3i 9 IT il m SPECIAL RATES TO NORFOLK. VA. FOR SECOND ST. Children like it, it saves their lives. We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all throat and lung troubles. Douglap & Wines, Druggist. VJJ Expert still differ as to the effect upon the fruit crop. It is claimed by many Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. that if last spell hadn't killed the peaches, the variety grown here could Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. be safely grown in the Klondike. The recently accu- up Ftairs. over store by Richmond Harness Co , East Slain SL, Lexington Argonaut interviewed Mr. apr"-llchmond, Ky. Hillenmeyer Wednesday morning and says: 77". C. JASPER, M. D "Mr. Hillenmeyer, who is the best Medicine and Surgery. posted man in Kentucky on fruits Oflice Collins Bnildine, MainStreet- and plants, stated this morning to the Telephone nt residence (the Cnrr place) oc Broadway. Argonaut that the cohditions were un- Kentucky. favorable, but should the weather not RICHMOND, T CHAS. HOOKER, What About The Fruit? ETERINARY SURGEON, sleeping. "Wars and rumors of war may come and go; the "honor" and "integrity" ol the nation may be talked of by those A Narrow Escape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada who wouldn't know national integrity road; "sound" E. Hart, of Groton, S. D., "Was taken if they met it in the money may form the subject of voluw ith a bad cold which settled on my THES0UTHERN BAPTIST CONTENTION. AN.DY CATHARTIC y change too rapidly and allow the ice V. EVANS, M. D., to melt from the buds, there would be a good crop of fruit, He did not feel alarmed over the Physician and Subgeon, outlook, as the chances were favoraRichmond. - - - - Kentucky. ble for a continuation of cloudy weather for a time. In 1891, on March 25, the same condition existed, but it T. J. TAYLOR, DR. was during a dry spell and the weath Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. er was extremely cold, which caused Richmond. all the fruit to be killed. and residence on Second Street"The wheat crop will be an immense one, however, the snow being just DSNTAL STJUGEST. what was needed, and all that is now neccessary is that warm weather dose T)v. "Oa&TA.Tv& & not set in too rapidly." 4 - lungs, cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, Iwould meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis covery for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. I gave it atrial, took in all, eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God I am savea ana now a wen anu neaituy wo man." Trial bottes free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store. Regular size 50c and$l 00 guaranteed or price refunded 1 LEAP YEARS WILL RUN OUT. minous editorial articles, and numerous pamphlets, but the silver question continues to be alive among the 6,500,000 who voted for tree coinage. The intelligent white voters of the land voted to remonetize silver by a majority of more than a million. A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health. DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the liver, cures constipation and all stomach and liver trouble. Douglas & Wines. Druggist. G. 0. P. TURNED DOWN. Chicago Dispatch. "osou 12-- DKNTIST, op Louisniixe, Ky. next door to Government Building, RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 0 to 1 to 4. ce nov!7-l- y crofuia Snahe-Lih-e in IS Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-sonext door to postoffice. D" . FRED SMITH. istence," explained almanac computer to a reporter, "but, as it will not occur for over 800 years, we haven't much personal interest in the event. In the ordinary course of events 1900 would be leap year, but it will get left in the calculation. In other words, while it does occur, it does not occur, simply because it is not the agreement that it 6hall occur. The story is a long one, but it can be briefly told, so that the average person can understand it without much difficulty. In 15S2, in tho "In time leap year will go out of ex- n, its subtlety. It lies hidden for latelyoccuPJedbyDr''VV'-W-BurEi- over Collins Grocery, same office n' DENTIST. years in the ambush of the blood, and when it strikes it voids its venom alike on strength and beauty, disfiguring the one and imdennining the other. Janl2ly HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkerebnrg, W. Va., Recommends Wrights Celery Capsules. pAEKEESBGEG, "V. Aprs arsaparilla is a specific for scrofula in its worst and most malignant forms. Scrofula is a blood disease. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying medicine. Mineral medicines only drive scrofula below the surface. Dr. J. C. Ayer s Sarsaparilla is a vegetable remedy and it eradicates the disease. There is no remedy for scrofula equal to Ayer's Sarsacase of Sarsaparilla. The disease first manifested itself when I ttos a child, by breaking ont in red blotches all over my body. I was not free from the troBHa nntil I took several bottles of Ayer's Sarsajrnia. That effected a perKm. B. H. Sntdse, leiugk- manent cure. , Pa long-standi- Va., 1995. January 2G, The Wkioht Meii. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wri"ht8 Celery Capsules sinceasNovemrecomber," 694. and find them to be them mended. I first becan taking treatwhile at Hot Springs. Atk, under and ment for Sciatic Rhenmatum, Liver which I Stomach trouble. Constipation found the s long sufferer. I had been Celery P"'6, me creat! fE . i,,;ninl-!int-n have used them i jrUUJ ti. utM 1113 ever since. With pleasure, ana unso licited. I recommend tbcm.io any arm nil suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very trnly yours. Cap-mlcs parilla. "I wa3 cured of a Ecrofnla by Dr. J. C Ayer's ChaelesT Caldwell. TT.mn Tlrniwrifct- - m 5 U 50centsand$L0aprbox. Btore and get free Price Callatdrug- 6- sapie. - - arrangement of the Julian calendar, ten davs were dropped so as to get things running on the then new but the present basis of calculating time. So as to keep things running right, it was determined that a year ending a century should not be bissexloarth century. tile, except every Thus there was no leap year in 1700, 1800 or 1900. It is. or at least was, rather rough on the ladies who have special advantages in leap year, for it is the only year that it is proper for them to propose themselves in marriage, but it has always been so in matters affecting womankind, men always finding reasons for restricting their privileges. The ladies get left again in 1900, but though there will not be many of those who see 1900 who will see 2000, tho latter years, ending a fourth century, will be a leap year. In this way three days are retrenched in four centuries, and the remaining seven days will be made up in a little over 800 years. After that calendar years will be like Bolar years and future errors in the calculation of time will occur no more. The loss of leap years will in thousands of years affect the seasons, but I suppose, the mathematicians of the centuries henee will be so flip in handling figures and calculations that they will have no difficulty in keeping things going cor " rectly." Republicans in Michigan are getting a report from tho people as to their ideas concerning the merits of the g. o. p. Democratic victories along the line point to the inevitable conclusion that the Republicans have been weighed in the balance and found wanting. In the municipal elections the Democrats gave a very good account of themselves in all parts of the Michigan vineyard. Many municipalities long lost to the Democrats were recovered, and a few which never before had Democratic mayors were captured. Grand Rapids, which has been Republican for nearly ten years, was redeemed, and the Democratic mayor will be backed by a couu-c- il Democratic. The Saginaw Democrats elected their entire of city ticket and will have the new council. Kalamazoo, the home of Senator Julius Caesar Burrows, went and so did Democratic, Ionia, Petoskey, Dowagiac, Owosso, Marine City, Albion, Benton Harbor, Marshall, Grand Haven, Three Rivers, Hastings, Charlotte, Sturgis and Manistee. Elections were held iu a total of sixtj went Democities and twenty-seve- n cratic, twenty one Republican and in twelve purely local Issues determined the results The election will give Benton Harbor and Mount Clemens the first Democratic mayors these towns have ever had. In most instances the Democratic victories were preceded by harmonious unions of all forces, and were sufficiently emphatic and decisive to. carry control of the entire local government. Two years ago, after the'spring elections, scarcely a city in Michigan was left in Democratic control. The elections Monday did not turn the scales as much the other way, but they gave the,'movement a good start in that direction, and laid the foundation for a vigorous, aggressive campaign this fall, with favorable prospects of carrying reveral of the Congressional districtsJl The six largest cit-fin the Stalk beginning with Detroit, aro now Democratic and safely three-fourths On account of the meeting of the Southern I3apti6t Convention at Norfolk, Va. on May Cth to 12th inc., the Chesapeake and Ohio Ity , will sell round trip tickets to Norfolk from all stations at one fare rate, good going May 2nd to Cth inc.; and good to return in fifteen days. Tho return limit is subject to an extension of fifteen days additional by depositing ticket with C. & O. Agent in Norfolk. Remember that the C & O. is several hours quickest route from all Central Kentucky points. Two limited trains daily each unsurpasseJ. In order that arrangements can be made for sleeper service send in your name to tho undersigned, stating what train and date you will go. Write for any information wanted. No trouble to answer questions. G. W. Barney, D. P. A. Lexington, Ky. way-sce- nery THERE'S TOO MANY Cheap Paints on the market Ve nonow. CURECOHSriPATIOrf io 23 SO I tice that most of the dealers are carr3'in paints. second and SRIflT TPFFT V UUattMlCiEiU to rare urease of eonsUpation. Caseants are the Ideal Laia- flDDUhUiClhl finXDHWUPn nerer nip orsripe.bat eaaj natural resnlts. Sam-- l pie and booklet free. Ad. STEBLIXG EE31EUT CO.. Chicago, aontreal. Can.. or.Nen Tori. til. j &vm"mm mfrJS&r "jgam SdlSllLsSa- A DRUGGISTS all i ti. nat third grade NEW YORK FASHIONS. two-thir- Jackson-Ypsilant- i, Ribbons in velvet, reps, taffeta and satin are iu high vogue. Both cross atid lengthwise rows of lace are placed upon blouses. Wash dresses should never be made to fit exactly, as they shrink with the first laundering. Percales show the most charming improvement over old weaves and patterns. Tho bang is said to be on the eve of a revival; but ladies whose tresses have grown long enough for picturesque arrangement, hesitate to clip them again. Tho correct street shades are gray, tan, bright blue, castor golden-brown, ard high grade. Don't be deceived, ask the dealer for the name of the maker and see that same is on the label, otherwise it is a very low grade paint. Every pound of paint we sell you, we guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or refund your money. We guarantee factory prices on evervthing in the paint line true there is a better profit in this grade irS than a stand 55 It's llllll - WBiQllIlll! sib ZEBXCIHIIMIOIISn o p to 3 JUiV zsrz". ce O H - J o o 5" o o N O 1 3 IslMi 03 O - MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN including White Lead that will 2) require a third more oil to 7VYN.V7VYercTS, thin and cover a half more AND ALL KINDS OF CE2LETERT WORE. surface than any other make of pure White Lead on the Forfurtlier particulars, prices, d'C, address, market. Bring in your listof Madioi) MoRiiiDental Woffo. material wanted, get our estimate which will prove true mch2t-l- GRKNITE y ever assertion made. We make correct prices because Reswe want your trade. pectfully, GEO. M. WrLLGINTG, apr6-t- Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. It is a great leap from the old fashund nauseous ioned doses of blue-maphysics to the pleasant little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation, sick hea6aclie and bilionsness. Douglas & "Wines, Druggist. ss A Hen With Kittens. an M GO. I h y .,$ Mrs. R. N. Bea8ley, t)f Paint Lick, has an old chicken heniltbat is raising 'two kittens. She watches over them with as much care as ijver a hen did over herchickens and sterns to be devoted to the little rat slayers tho same as if she was actually their mother. By the way this recalls tjh story of Mr. Gollins Coy of Kirksvilje, wntcn ne told us some time ago labout an old cat ho had that captu j;ed n litter ot irmiim rats nnd took them to raise Mr. Coy says she raUjjd them until thev were about half crown when the old cat disappeared, tak ngljer family of rate with her. L Plaid effects are noted in new bareges. Shaped skirt pieces and yokes in scroll, insertion and iloral designs, come in black and fancy silk passementeries. There is an exquisite tinted Swiss, printed in laco effects, which stands high in the favor of the aesthetic summer girl. Oiuoro stripes aro appearing, so are corded effects wtih satin bayadere. The craze for frills is especially observable in misses' and children's attire. Best & Co., show some delicious collars and cuffs in most fetching shapes, of lace or fine needlework. The prettiest ones are illustrated in the catalogue, sent for four cents in stamps. White organdies are trimmed with white or yellow lace. The figured patterns are sometimed trimmed with fine narrow black, lace. All cotton Bkirts are gored, and gathered at the hack. Narrow rallies of net remodel an old black skirt very effectively. EvxLYX. Cablb: i and black. f 209 W. Main St., Richmond, Ky. . "TIB LICIT 200 QUEEN & CEESCENT EOTJTE. Hoars Cinrinuati to New Orleans OF TIE and Jacksoaville OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART to publish. Contains nearly engravings ot our Saviour, by the Masters. It is not a life ot Christ, but Great an exhibit of all tha great Masters ideals of the Christ. No other book like it ever published. Agents are taking from three to twenty orders daily. The book is so beautiful that when people see it they want it. Published less than a year and already in its twenty-tilt- h edition, some editions consisting of 18,500 books . The presses are running day and night to fill orders. (It has never been sold in this territory ) A perusal of the pictures ot this bookis like takinS a tour among the great art galleries of Europe. The Hermitage, Frsdo, Umzi, Pitti, Louvre. Vatican, National of Ion-do- n, National ot Berlin, Belvidere and other celebrated European art galleries, havs all placed their rarest and greatest treasures at our disposal that they might be reproduced for this superb work. "FTBST GLANCE AT THE pictuKes BROUGHT TBABS TO MT EYES" says one. "Cleared J150 first week's work with the book." says another. Many men and. women buying and paying for homes from .their success with this great work. Also man or woman, of good church stranding, can socure position of Manager here to do office worki and corresponding with agents In this territory. 'Address for full particulars A. P. T. jSWer, Publisher, vm Kicatgaa Axe., in., cirs ikw, Cost over lull-pag- $100,000 109 FINEST MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULES TBA1NS IN THE 2 e Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get 3'our tickets via the QueSn & Crescent Route W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH prom Rowell's Newspaper Directof- t"Tho Richtiond, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with tho iaisesfc circulation accorded to any paper in Richmond or in Madison. ceHBtjr or r The only paper in Madises cou&ty the Eighth Congrijssional District.1' which supports all th DeMer&:c ,. ! la'Wr'JfR i &i$CWm;U5 k a JkiYMCt.. 1 nominees, from Presidenti. - to- - Cea?-bl- e. ' a - - ! VjUrfl. - "'15 -- i! H T ill ' , . - u" j aj.. - a . jl a r J - - pi i! 1 4T ! '1 . r " '' ie Richmond Climax. PRESIDENT m,J., . .1' rUKLIBHED XVSKY WKDKEHDAT BY '.; i lit SI Be Good. RESOLUTIONS. McCreary Answers Boils and Pimples They Are Danger Signals, MeanThompson's Charges ing Impure Blood All The Climax Printing C C WOODS, Go. AttocUte Editor. SPAIN MUST SKEDADDLE IN THEEE DAYS. f.-- To His Face. We loam from several hera who wore v PRICK PKR YEAR, 20 , $1.50. - 1S9S. at the speaking Monday at Danville that also had constant headache. After taking there was hot times in the old town for Hood's Sarsaparllla I was entirely relieved a few minutes when Gov. McCreary of these difficulties, and am now able to gave the lie to his opponent's allega- "I suffered with Such Eruptions Are Cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla. boils and pimples and WEDNESDAY. APRIL Otherwise Her Health Will Not FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce llo.v. James B. McCbkay, of Madison county, a candidate for Oongrees in the Eighth district; subject to the action of the Democratic party. mchSO-We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for bv the Democratic party fcr Represen-tatir- e in Congress from this, the 8th District. U ALL OVER BUT THE SHOOTING! 'TIS OF THEE NEW NATIONAL HYMN. Our money, 'tis of Thee, Instead of liberty. Too thee we cling; Land where our father's died. Gold is our greatest pride, Whatever may betide, O, let it ring! Money, we bow to thee. All else on land and sea, Thou art above; We lore thy cents and mills. Thy notes and bonds and bills. Our heart with rapture thrills, AH for thy love. a. E. M. In Nicholas ville Democrat. The message is weakest where it should have been strongest, and the millions of Republicans with stultified Democrats, who elected lrim, realized at last that their little idol is clay of the commonest kind. Was ever a people given greater cause for humiliation? The voice is the voice of Esau, but the hand is the hand of Jacob. The whole message bears the stamoof Manna's dictation and flat of Wall Street. The Republican part' is dead and damned forever if such a cowardy ly policy as the program is accepted. Stanford Journal. Hanna-Mclvinle- Louisville, April 19, 3:15 p. m. (Special) President McKinley will sign the Cuban Resolutions and the ultimaChicago platform. tum to Spain or in the morning, giving Spain three and flatfooted on the followed with one John Ii. Thompson of wit and days to accede or surrender Cuba. On failure to do the of his characteristic speeches with peper and humor, seasoned a little in which latter the Army and Navy of the United States will move on and salt,about his he took Mr McCreary congressional record to task the island, capturing all important ports. Fiftj'- thousand and his political record. Mr. G. G. Gilbert appeared for the soldiers are on their way now to the coast and the flying first time before the Democrats of Boyle county, but he had not proceeded far in squadron is read' to steam out at sea on a moment's notice. his speech before he had made a deep and favorable impression on hishearens. POST. It all now depends upon Spain. He said he wanted to go to Congress, to-nig- ht attend to my dutlea without leeling they are a burden. We have used Hood's in our family for a long time." Nina O. VanPelt, Danville, Kentucky. "I was broken out all over with large as it goes: rod blotches, which itched and bothered The threee candidates for the Demo- me all the time. My sister recommended cratic nomination for congressman Hood's Sarsaparllla and Hood'n Pills, and from the Eighth district James B. McCreary, John B. Thompson and G. after I bad taken these medicines a short was in than I had G. Gilbert spoke .here this afternoon time Ifor yearsbetter health now cured." and I am to a crowded and enthusiastic house. been W. D. Mtees, Bowling Green, Ky. Gov. McCreary spoke first and referred Mas. to his congressional record. He said that he was a Democrat; that he had always supported tue nominees of the Democratic party, and that he stood squarely Is the Best In fact tho One True Blood Purlaer. tions about the former's record. The Louisville Dispatch telegram from Danville herewith is a fair statement as far llfl of Embry & Green, is said to be tho man that is engineering the "coup." ItlBjestimatecl that there are between forty and fifty thousand lambs in middle and southern Kentucky and it is said that Mr. Green now owns at least twenty thousand. It is further stated that ho will soon get control of about 15,000 of the remainder. Mr. Green is buyer for a Now England provision company. He has paid an average price of five cents for all the lambs he has bought. Why Not Admit Kentucky Wesleyan? N, We Advertis and Facts H j A M ( - but he did not want to go by undermin at some length on the principles of ing or destroying any man. He spoke Ei.sEWHh.KK Mr. John 15. Thompson announces for Congress, subject to the action of the Democratic partv. He was a candidate two years ago and we heartily supported him, but he failed to win by about 2,o00 votes. There are many who believe that he is running now to benefit another candidate, although he claims that lie is entitled to be elected. This district is represented now by a Republican with Jackson and it is very clo'-couutv out, ami that paity claims that it will carry the district at the next election. In these momentous times we need a Democrat in Congress and the success of our party should be primary. Mr. Thompson should not be nominated unless he can be elected. Madison county's candidate has always been victorious in his races for Congress. He knows the district well, has his old organization well in hand, and will carry the flag to victory if nominated. uth and "The Truth. Tlie Wliole-TrNothing But The Troth" was the subject of and the contents of a brilliant editorial by Henry Watterson lat Wednesday Thus remarketh the talented editor of the Cynthiana Democrat thereupon: l, 'Our seteemed friend, the almost drowned itself, last Wednesday, with the deluge of water it took. You know, all these mouths since the secession, the Courier-Journhas been ridiculing the idea that Mark Hanna had anything to do with McKinley's ndmini-tratio- n or that the money power was in control. Well, bless your soul, what does the Courier-Journdo Wednesday but come out in e Courier-Journaal Democracy, and spoke especially in the interest of the farmers and all other laboring classes. At the close of Mr. Gilbert's speech Gov. McCreary was given fifteen minResolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of utes in which to answer some statements made by Mr. J. B. Thompson. the United States of America, in Congress assembled, iuter denying some ol the charges 1. That the people of the island of Cuba are and of right made against him, Mr. McCreary said: "Now, it is said, I entered into a conought to be free and independent, and that the Government spiracy with Mr. Evans, a Republican; is of the United States hereby recognizes the Republic of Cuba I say that his a lie." Mr. Thompson jumped to feet and grabbed up a boos that lay on the speaker s table and as the true and lawful Government of that island. sa:u : "Do you mean to call me a har7" 2. That it is the duty of the United States todemand, an.d McCreary running, his hand down front pocket, the Government of the United States does hereby demand, into his "Iright not say pant'syou weie replied: did that that the Government of Spain at once relinqush its authority a liar; I said the charge was a lie." I was so Mr. and government in the island of Cuba and withdraw its land "Then informed." saidwas a Thompson. your informer liar." By this time Mr. Gilbert had gotten to and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters. Thompson and took hold of his arm to 3. That the President of the United States be, and here- lead him back to his chair. Thompson a by is directed and empowered to use the entire land and resumed his seat and inawayfew minutes the excitement died and peace supreme as if nothing had hapnaval forces of the United States, and to call into service the reigned All pened. three candidates have many United States militia of the several states, to such extent as warm supporters here. Thus Speaks The Nation. may be necessary to 4. cany these resolutions into effect. That the United States hereby disclaim any disposition or intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or control over said island, except for the pacification thereof, and assert its determination when that is accomplished, to leave the Government and control of the island to its people. Of the candidacy of Attorney GenIt is certainly too bad that Mr. McTaylor for Governor, the Stanford Kinley should bo responsible for the eral with such a thud, says the Midway leaders, 60 it is Clipper. They have vied with one "The said, have decided that Attorney Gen- another the last ten days to see which eral W. S. Taj lor is their best man to could editorially make uim the greatest run for Governor. Then, God pity the patriot and statesman, with only the worst. Taylor is an ignoramus and good of Cuba at heart. couldn't pass the civil service examiThe Richmond Panlagraph continues nation for constable if there was one. These leaders can put it in to gloat over the fact that Lincoln, Neb , their pipes and smoke it that no such a Mr. Bryan's home, went Republican, anti-Bradley "There is nothing nobler at the end of the nineteenth century than a nation erect and defiant standing for human liberty. No concert of Europe can choke our utterance or turn us from our resolu tion." Senator Wolcott. Journal pointedly remarks : Courier-Journ- al and Post dropping a double-colum- double-leade- doub- le loaded editorial, acknowledging that McKinley's nomination was bought at St. Louis, that Mark Hanna is dictating the cour-- e of the administration with reference to the war with Spain, and that Mclviuley must cut loose from the money power or be lost! Did vou ever? And to think, too, that the knew Maik Hanna and the money power owned McKinley all the time, and wouldn't acknowledge it, and went oa helping McKinley's election and trying to hold up his bauds after-card- s' Well, now, did you ever in all ial vour life"' CF.Brower&Co Mu:; and Broadway. '! and the Pantagraph cannot understand tive chair in this State, where even how Mr. Bryan could hope to run the among the Republicans can be found Un i ted Stat esii he connot carry Lincoln. Perhaps the Pantagraph has yet to learn good men." that Canton, O., Mr. McKinley's home, We are friends of the preachers, was carried by the Democrats on the but all of them do not ask nor do they same day that Lincoln went Republineed defenders. Dr. Young, of this can. Now, the Pantagraph has inadcity, belongs to the latter class. He vertently suggested a reason for Presiis intellectually able to combat with dent McKinley's failure to run the anybody in debate, and his courage United States except away from Spanis equally as pronounced. Inasmuch ish guns. If Mr. McKinley cannot caras the becular press is continually ry a little town like Canton, how can he criticising the ministry, it should not hope to run the (Jnited States? Cyn- demand of the preachers to "keep tliiana Democrat. off the grass." The Mt. Sterling GaWe do not want arbitration in rezette, a good Republican paper, is so gard to the destruction of the Maine. jealous of the President's integrity of There is nothing to arbitrate- Spain is purpose, that it advises Dr. Young to responsible for the destruction of that let up on his broadsides of criticism gallant ship and her brave crew and and advice. This is the first objec- should be made to suffer. To offer now tion we have heard to the Doctor's to aibitrate the matter for the nurnoso strong, patriotic articles. Many have of seeinc wiiether Sna:n ;s t0 blamo is endorsed them, among them minis- - , t discred;t not onlv Mhe surviv- ' ters. but especially many prominent l ra nf ,,rr;i,i ,i;c.,etnr l.nt nit n raw uaiu.'u. vm v wj "uu w Republicans. It must be admitted the members of the court of inquiry by the Gazette that the Doctor said that made :i full investigation which nothing which leading Republican showed that the vessel was blown up Senators and Congressmen have not by a submarine mine that could have reiterated in the last ten days. But existed only by the consent of the the Gazette covers up its sins by Spanish authorities. Action and not printing this paragraph on its first arbitration is what the American peopage: ple demand in regard to the destruc"While we have- been standing by tion of the Maine. the President, trusting to his wiodom ai.d judgment in this mutter, we mutt confess to a feeling of disappointman as Taylor will ever fill the Execu; The Winchester Democrat remarks truly that overy enterprising man is a help to his town. The more money ho makes, if he uses it, tho better for the community; a place cannot build itself up without him, and a wideawake, growing town is a benefit to the surrounding country. Hence, it is to the advantage of all to encourage en terprising men in all walks of life and frown on the efforts of the petty, en vious individuals who are ever ready to thrust more enterprising men in the back on the slightest provocation, in an attempt to injure them and their usefulnees. It's an easy job to pick out these men in every town. PERSONAL. Mr. C. this week. Mr. Robt Crow is at home from L Searcy is in Cincinnati Frankfort. Capt. J. Speed is at home from Bowling Green. Mr. Park Tudor, of Ford, visited friends here Sunday. Miss Helen Bennett has returned from a visit to Frankfort. Mr. Allen Zarring was in "Winchester several days last week. Calvin East, State guard at Frankfort, was in town Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Willis spent Sunday at Dr. Rob Willis', in Lexington. Mrs. S. B. White is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rowland, in Danville. Mr. W. A. Todd, of Richmond, was ,,,t ,. hsa in the city Monday. Paris Reporter. Mr. T. P. Dudley, of Camp Nelson, spent Sunday at Waco with his family. Mr. John Foster, of Cleveland, Ohio, attended the funeral of his relative, .Mrs. Miss from ment." THE TOP NOTCH. Has reached in our stock-gu mis week. l'.ery floor shows the accuiiiutaied enemy ami thought of months. Note the price. Come in and compare our prices with anv other lioiii-- in the city, and vou will fi i.l it iq to your interest to place yjur orders uere. at "We have been told, Mr .President that the Board of Inquiry appointed by our Government by its report has stopped us from such a declaration. 1 dispute it. It is true that the Board of Inquiry found that they could not tell what person or persons were responsible for that disaster, but the context shows that in that connection they had reference to the question what person or persons pressed the button that sent the electric current 0.1 its fatal mission, and that, Mr. President, is immaterial; the doubting the hesitating, the opposing, go to the rear while the virile, masses of the patriotic, liberty-lovin- g American people, coming from all sections and all pursuits and vocations of life, rally as one man around our gallant army and navy, and taking the flag of our country, carry it on to triumphant victory. Applause in the A victory, Mr. President, galleries. for civilization over barbarism, a victor- for the right and capacity of man to govern himself, a victory for the western hemisphere, a victory for freedom and liberty and independence, a victory worthy of the descendants of heroic men who achieved our own independence and worthy of the followers of those heroic men who have since preserved and perpetuated our priceless heritage." Extract from Foreker's speech. strong-minded, . I d-- I $ 1) Ihjcii her-in- cousin, Miss Nancy Hall. Miss Hallie Irvine, of Kirksvillo, has been visiting Mrs. Ii. Ii frvmo during the week. Anderson News. Mr. Neville Moberly, of Richmond, was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Versailles Cor. Blue Glass Clipper. Mr. and Mrs. John Foster attended the burial of their relative, Mrs. Dr. M. C. Heath, at Richmond. Stanford Journal. James B. McCreary, of the Eighth District, was at Herthe Phoenix yesterdav.-Lexingtald, April 18. Miss Emma Dejarnette is at Bowling Green, Va , visiting Mrs. Nannie WilShe will also visit lis Dejarnette. Washington, D. C. for Louis Dr. I J. Frazee left vine, where he will complete his postgraduate course in medicine. He will be abseut ten aays. Capt. J. Speed Smith, of Richmond, on to-da- y iieath, last week. Eliabeth Hall, of Paris, spent until Mouday with her This solid Oak Siae board, four feet long, polished swell front finput-ter- n, ish, 18x40 French mirror, plu&h lined, silver drawers,large, roomy cabi" nets and linen drawer. Ttoce, SfcO.OO. 12 50 We have Sideboards from to $50. J. The above likeness is a good one and we thank the Interior Journal for its use. Mr. Kewlon was editor of this pa per until 18io anil is well remembered in Richmond. He is editor of the Owen- ton Herald, and proposed to lead a com pany of editors to Cuba and winpout the ' Don" Spaniards from that little tobacco patch So far only one editor has volunteered Capt. Havens, ofMt. Sterling. Editor Walton says he must stay at home with the babies, whilst Coi. Jim Allen, of the Cvnlhiana Dem ocrat, proposes to raiso a regiment of de linquent subscribers and take them right straight to the front where the can non balls are thickest. However Mr. 2? ewlon may yet succeed raising a company, as he has the hack ing of Senator John Bennett, of this city, whose love for the newspaper men is proverbial. The Senator has gladly offered free transportation to every edi tor who will leave the country forth with. Address Johu .Bennett. Pres, Farmers Nat'I. Bank, Richmond, Ky. B NEWLON. a prominent Eighth District Republican, is at the .tilth Avenue. Louis- -- ville Commercial, April 18. Miss Letitia Crow is at home from Cincinnati. While there she met Mr. Harry W'ygant, U. S. A., Who left with his regiment yesterday for Florida. Messrs. John Walter and Will of Kirksvillo, are guests of Mr. John Cotton. They are interested in the horse gale. Danville Advocate. Mr. Gilbert Grinstead, left for Richmond yesterday to clerk for W. D. Oldham & Co., the binall pox scare having subsided. Stanford Journal. C. C. Maupin, of White's Station, wlio has beeu iu Texas for the past six months killing wolves on Watts aud Walker's big ranch, has returned home. The first prize offered by the urnal lor the best letter written by young pedple was won by Miss Bessie McGinn, of Versailles, sister of Mrs J. R. Pates, of this city. Mrs. T. A. Rice came down from Cumberland Gap, Teun., to visit relatives. Jesse D. Wearnen spent several days working insurance and clothing at Livingston. Stanford JourCourier-Jo- le. nal. 1 Watterson Says Democracy j Monday. I castors, delicate carvfront, ing, highly polished, a beautiful, $38.00 suit PRICE, $38.00.- -ball-bearin- Will Sweep The Country. 1 jr The w hole policy of the Republican party 6inco the advent of Mr. fj McKinley has been that of men bent upon Every g national-intereshas been sacrificed to the supposed interest of real lf Democrats who in the Republican party. Of the 189B voted fot Mr. McKinley to save the national credit, no a beggarly hundred thousand, tho lines being drawn again, would vote for him again. If things go on as they have been going on, it is only a question of time when the extremism of the Republican party will swing the pendulum over to tho extremism of tho Democratic party, and official loot alone the stake at issue when the Democratic extremists t will eweep the country. t Extract from Editorial Courier-Journa- l, n. Maple, ChamThis Birds-eyber Suit, French mirror, serpentine e g t d We have just opened a of Suits, and are prepared to show you some startling values. car-loa- million-and-a-ha- dFiBiower&Coi, Lexwgton, Ky. j 4MWMW!W'&NE4MMg!!itg"M Miss Iva Henderson, of Madison, was with Miss Hattie Jones Sunday. Prof. B. F. Evans has closed his subscription school in Madison, the term haviDg expired. Lancaster Record. Mr. Charles M. Embry, late candidate for Door Keeper of the Kentucky House, has just returned from Louis-isvilwhere he has been under medical treatment for nine weeks. He returned much improved in health. Messrs. John B Chenault, Thos. Moberley, Will Hume and Chas. Powell came over from Richmond Tuesday evening to attend a meeting of the Paris Elk Lodge, the latter two being candidates for initiation. Paris Je ws. Miss AlysBartindale,oN. Y. City, will visit Mrs. B. W. Turner on Friday for a week. She was an attendant at the marriage of her brother, Mr. Jacquo Bartindale, to Miss Davelle Combs, at Lexington, last week. i'Mr. and Mrs. Turner were also present!) E. tf. Parriah, stationed at Cwnp U le j r, t J.'ii s '' There is some criticism of the peris a, mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing is sistent refusal of the association to admore certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in . mit the Winchester College Ken.. . 1 "!"..i tucky AVesleyan o membership. It is quality. Apparent economy is oiten reai extravagance, duu a pleasure to note that the Centre N . . . College committeemen have always exhibited a true Kentucky hospitality and genuine liberality in favoring the admission of K. W. This is a great institution, the leading Kentucky 6 make a wonderf ully strong combination. We wish first to call your attention to school of a great church, and it is dif'a our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreciaficult to see how anything short of stuBold by all druggists. Price. 81; six for $5. ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. pid bigotry or shameless cowardice N are the best acHood's Pills pills, aid dlcesUon. SSc. could be brought to bear against its Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guarceptance as a luember of the associaanteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our tion. So far the excuss havo been j. jm 1)11C6 Nelson as U. S. Storekeeper, was mar- worso than flimsy. Danvillo Advoried at Richmond Tuesday night to tops, heel or Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth Miss Fannie Harcourt. Mr. Parrish cate. $ 1 50 spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price was iormerly connected with the Death of Mrs. M. C. Heath. and is a young Richmond Pantagraph Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras man of considerable ability. JessaThe community was shocked and mine Journal. Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will sorely grieved on Wednesday morning Among old C. U. students who ex- last by tho announcement of the death quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you : pect to go to war are Lieut. Harry of Mrs. M. C. Heath, this city. She Wvgant, of Ft. Thomns, Lieut. Travis 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Duff, of Glasgow, and Lieut. Jno. R. had been in weak health for some Thomas, of Lebanon. The first and time but no thought was .entertained 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. 6 Inst are commissioned officers. Mr. She 12 Yards Vider Torchon Lace 20c. Duff has just been elected 2(1 Lieuten- of such a sudden termination. had been up and attending to the ant of a company at Glasgow. Sviss Edge for 3c. a yd. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Dickson and household affairs only a few hours beMiss Mabel Russell attended the fore, and showed no evidences of her With every Five f$o.00 Dollar purchase we jrive a beautiful picture. wedding in Frankfort coming demise. The funeral services Miss Olive Fant, Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and Tuesday evening to took place at the family residence on of Flemingsburg, will arrive to hang up. be the guest of Mrs. George W. Stu- Main street on Friday, followed by in($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece f With a Twenty-fiv- e art. Miss Fant will attend the Ger- terment in the Richmond cemetery. 2I& Yours Respt., man this evening. Bourbon News. beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. furniture or a Deceased was the wife of Dr. M. C tt Lieutenant Harry Shepherd, of Ir- Heath, one of the foremost of Central vine, paid this ofllce a pleasant call yesterday. Mr. Shepherd was enrouto Kentucky's physicians, who, with home from F'raukfort, where he and three children, survive. The chrildren i. Capt. T. Edgar Park have been con- are Miss Nannette Heath, of . sulting Governor Rradley in regard to Mrs. W. H. Severance, of their company of volunteers, who wish to bo the first to leave the Suite Stanford, and Master Jay Heath, of this city, all of whom, in this sad in case of war with Spain. There will be a dance given in the affliction, have the affectionate symMt Cor:" kr, Ric hmoxd, Ky , ft . Tevis building on Friday evening of pathy of the entire community. this week. The managers are Messrs. Mrs. Heath was adaughter of Talton R. E. Little and R. S. Taylor. The g 7& $ Mr. and Mrs. Thos J. Embry, the venerable and respected chaperones are b 1 7g fl 7g Smith, Jr., Mr and Mrs. Jno. T. live stock mercliant of Louisville, who Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chen- is also father of Messrs. Henry and ault, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Wallace Embry, of that city, John B. 2d on the lick, and toudon Ingram' Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kuper Hood. eqg toq :$m c sks.p hit to pitcher, which was thrown wild, VNoANsVy X'A Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Chenault enter- Embry, of Nicholasville, and Talton Ingram going to 2d, Martin scoring, devoe Embry, Jr., of Cincinnati. The tained at a handsome --v n TZEk a& kx n & ess dinner several young married couples tion of these grown men for their sis- but Ingram was put out a moment lalast Thursday, relatives of the family. ter was always a subject of remark ter, Strader to Ripey, Anschutz struck Those invited were Mr. and Mrs. Wal out. ler Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith. and admiration, and their grief at her Newman flew to Scott in center, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chenault, death was a lofty testimony to her and Mr and Mrs. Clarence E. Woods. character, as well as a reflex of the Spears fanned, and Ripy out, pitcher EO Onlv one old bachelor was present, training of their mother to love and to 1st. MrWaller Chenault. respect their sister. stole 2d, and Bennett A reception was tendered last night got 3d on fumble by Wooley. Hardat Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chenault's, preLouisville Races. paratory to the wedding today of their ing fanned. Denny stole Beginning on Derby Day, May 4, 2d, and 3d on Speed's hit to short Miss Lila and Mr." Nelson daughter, Gay. Only nearrelativeswerepresent, one of the greatest race meetings ever which was fumbled by Newman scorbut it was one of the swollest affairs ever held in the county. Many rela- held in Kentucky will bo given at the ing Bennett. Denny come home as tives from a distance are in the city. famous Louisville race course. Speed drew the ball by playing off 1st Rev. Preston Blake, of Lexington, will Eleven stakes, including the Kentucky until Denny got in. perform the wedding ceremony. Derby, worth $0,000, will be run durForeman hit safe into center, 2d on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones, Mrs. ing the fifteen days. All the crack An elegant line of the NewPrewitt Messrs. Will and Davo Gay, horses in the country are engaged in Ingram's throw over 1st, 3d on passed est and Latest Patterns in all of Winchester, and Misses Margaon Strader's grounder to these stakes, including Ornament. ball, scoring ret Woodford and Carolyn Reid, of Mt. Bigger who squared himself to throw Sterling, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Plaudit, Bannockburn, Simon W., HAMBURGS AND LACES, D. M. Chenault. Thev came over to Buck Massie, Bangle, Whitefrost, Al- him out it 1st but Capt. Speed called attend the reception at Mr. and Mrs. leviate, Flora Louise, Algol, Byron for ball and he threw too high. Per T. D. Chenault's hist night and to be kins fanned. Frazier present at the marriage y of Miss McClelland, Lieber Karl, Macy, Salva-bl- to 2d on Strader's grounder above reSPECIAL Line WHITE GOODS in plain and Lila M. Chenault and Mr. Nelson Gay, Flying Duchman, Presbyterian, ferred to. Wooly flied out to Scott. of Winchester. Taluca, Gallivant, Fleischmann, cheeked Indian Linens, Check Xansooks, Stolllgrounds to Speed, who did not The engagement is announced of Meadowthorpe, Dr Check aud Striped Dimities, Percals, GingMus Alice McDowell Shelby and Mr. Boanerges, Ramiro, Performance, get ball to Bennett in time. Thus hams, etc. Hugh Kiddell, of Irvine, ky. Miss bases were full. Newman hit to Shelby is the daughter of Mr Thomas Rosinante, Ben Holladay and many Harding, out at 1st, retiring side withHart Shelby, of Fayette county, a others. Nearly 1,000 horses are quarlovely daughter of a house and name tered at Churchill Downs, insuring out a score. Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, conspicuous in Kentucky history. Bigger fanned, Martin hit hard one large fields and exciting contests. ALL GRADES. Mr. Riddell, is a son of Judge Robert Riddell, of Irvine, and is himself a There will be five or more races each into right but slid over 2d and on throw from Wooly. Ingram struck out. rising young lawyer of Estill county. day, with liberal added money. The date of the wetlding, which takes Spears hit to Bennett, who throws All the railroads havo put on cheap place early in June, has not yet been excursion rates, the round trip from to Hardin in time a pretty retrieve-b17. set. Lexington Herald, April latte.r. Ripy to Speed and out to Misses Elizabeth Woodford and Mar- Richmond being ony one fare. This Clay have retured to Miss Lloyd's also includes admission to the grand Bennett. Foreman hits safe to centha school at Richmond Miss Van stand, each railroad ticket having a ter. Perkins hits hard high liner over iir- Greenleaf returned to Richmond Mon- coupon attached which can bo ex- 3d. Bigger leaps sky high and smothday, after a month's visit to Miss Liz- - changed for a badge at the gate. This ered it. zette Dickson Mr. and Mrs. E. '&g! M. Dickson went over to Frankfort is the cheapest rate ever offered from After Anschutz went out pitcher to yesterdny to attend tho Alexander-Hol- t this point, and a big delegation will 1st, Bennett and Harding fanned. wedding last evening. Win. leave hereon Derby Day to take adFrazier struck out, Wooly given Bright, of Richmond, and McMullen vantage of it. Cox, of Flemingsburg, were hereyes-tetda- y III II II II MIIIWII I1MW 2d on Ingram's fumble, 3d or J Mlr Tf"TW W The Derby will be run on the open- passed ball, and scores on on their weekly visit to take Strader'h lessons on violin from Frof. Jacob ing day, Wednesday, May 4, and will hot liner to left for 3 bags. Strader Bloom, of Cincinnati Paris Kentuck- - be followed by the Debutante Stakes. scores on Stoll's hit through Speed, ian. Louisville Handicap, stealing 2d and scoring later on RipyV Dr. David Bennett, President of tho National Exchange Bank returned a Stakes, Clark Stakes, Mademoiselle groutuler to right. Newman hit high day or two ago from an extended trip Stakes, Fehr Stakes, Wenonah Stakes, fly to Harding but Ingram was called MANAGER. over the ocean. He went by Gibraltar Premier Stakes, Kentucky Oaks, and mQQ.QOf.. and let it drop. Spears struck out. up the Mediteranean, and as far east Juvenilo Stakes, in the order named. as Palestine and Constantinople. He These are the biggest turf events run Ripy grounded to right, but left on 2d Best $2.00 and $2.50 ascended tho Nile a long way and was by Speed's putting Foreman's grounder much struck with the great improve- in the West. On Saturday, May 14, to Martin at 2d. House in Louisville. ment of the country and the archaelog-ica-l the Gentlemen's Cup race will be run. Denny to short out 1st. Scott struck discoveries resulting from British fi v&: occupancy. He thinks that modern Base Ball Begins. out. Speed hit far into left but could K" 4LfV' .3Tr. .ItfftCT, Egvpt wifl yet rival its ancient civili UK $ 7Q A fine crowd saw C. U. defeat State not pass 1st. Bigger retired side zation when it stood far ahead of all mch2 - 6m the world in art, literature, architect- College on the campus Saturday, It grounder to pitcher. ure and everything that goes to make was tho former's first game, the Bennett fumbled Perkins' grounder up an advanced civilization. LexingM L. Yocntn, Cameron, Pa., says ' I second, having lately defeated but Harding caught him napping a ton Gazette. was a sufferer for ten years, trying n:cst Kentucky University. The game in moment later. Frazer struck out, The Jolly Bachelors gave a German all kinds of pile remedies, but without Ingram dropping ball but getting it to Even their most success. De Witt's at Odd Fellows' Hall m Paris Friday detail follows: State College took bat, Wooly hit Bennett in time. Wooly base on balls intimate friends were not apprised was recommended Witch Hazel Salve evening aud quite a number of visitto me, I used cne ors from" surrounding towns wore safe between short and secend, Stra-de- r and 2d on passed ball. Strader hits a of their intentions until after the cere- box. It has effected a permanent enre." mony, when it was announced that Mr Asa permanent cure for piles De Witt's present, among them Misses Annie hit safe for two bases. Stoll and grass cutter toward 2d but Martin Elisha G. Parrish and Miss Fannie rt Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. and Sallie Johnson, of Mt. Sterling; Newman flew out to Speed in success- scooped Dougit fine style and out to Ben were married on Wednesday las it Wines, Druggist. Miss Ollie Fant, of Flemingsburg; ion and Spears failed to beat the ball nett. erening by Rev. Wm. R. Lloyd, at the Miss Isabel Simrall, of Covington; Miss Elizabeth Van Meter, of Dan- out, leaving men on 2d and 3d. Martin grounds through pitcher, latter's residence on Fifth street. Both CORRESPONDENCE. ville; Miss Margaret Woodford, of Mt. Scott for C. U. hit safe to right and steals 2d and scores on Newman's wild parties are so well known that their marriage, so quietly planned aud so sucSterling; Miss Elizabeth Hazelrivg, stole 2d, reaching 3d on Spoed's bunt throw of Ingram's grounde-- . An cessfully executed, created much surof Franklort; Miss Kate Bronston, of VALLEY VIEW. Lexington; Will and James Stone, and out, and scoring on Bigger's to college scores In prise. Mr. Parrish is a prominent figure schutz's political circles, being a red hot to college, the finest lick of the gram. Bennett, Harding and Sidney Taylor made a business trip to Franklort; Mr. Hanna, Cincinnati; Fan's all iu Mr. Simrall, Covington; John B. game. Martin brought in Bigger by and for several years an as- Lexington Monday. famed the breeze. Chenault and Rhodes Shackelford, sociate on the editorial corps of the County Surveyor S. F. Rock was here Richmond; Will Durritt. Covington; hit to 2d and stole that base a moment was lately It was now C. U. 10. S. C. 4 when Pantagraph. He service by appointed Monday on business. Julian Estill, Lexington. Lexington later. Ingram hit to 8d but Strader the first of the 9th inning opened with to the Revenue Collector M. F. "Wharton is building a large dry Yerkes aud is now statione'd at Camp Argonaut, April 17. threw over 1st and Martin and Ingram Stall out on grounder Harding to Ben Neison. His bride is acknowledged to house for lumber at this place. A feature of the services at the Bap- scored. Anschutz and Bennett struck Richard Taylor, of Lexington, visited nett. Newman grounds speed to Ben be one of the loveliest young ladies in tist church last Sunday, both morning out. his father, Sehuler Taylor, who has been and evening, was the solos of Miss nett, and Anschutz gets Spears' long this city, educated, refined and m every quite sick for the past ten days, but way capable of making her home a hapEdna Krohn, of Freeport, Illinois, a Captain Ripy grounded to pitcher fly to right. py haven for the husband of her choice. who we are glad to note is improving. sister of Mrs. H. J. Strong, of this city. and out to first. Foreman flied to 2 base hits, Martin, Strader. 3 b. h The Climax joins manv friends in James Million who died at the home In the morning she saug "The Holy Speed and Perkins grounded to BenBigger, Anschutz. Passed balls, In wishing Mr. aud Mrs. ' Parrish bon of his brother Hainan Million Fnday City," in the evening "Come To The nett. voyage through life. was a half brother of Jackson Million Land of Rest." Mrs. Hsrvey ChenHarding, Denny and Scott struck gram 5, Wooly, 2. Base on balls, Har Eltowhere is an'amusing story of how ault played the organ accompaniment ding 4, Frazer 2, Struck out by Har- Mr. Parrish avoided the newspapers at deceased, formerly county school superto the former, Miss Pattie to the lat- outbeautiully! intendent of Madison. ter. Tho young laiy is undoubtedly Frazier hit to Harding and out to ding Stoll Perkins Spears 2 Frazer 26: Nicholasville and Richmond, and came The yeomanry with steed and steel among the latter and took awav his are preparing an artist, and wo have heard nothing 1st. Speed let Wooly's grounder Bigger, Ingram, Denny, Faris, Scott 2 terra firma in this secbride with out their knowledge. but compliments upon her superb through and he took 2d tion with hopes of reaping a bountiful on Strother's Anschuzt 2, Bennett 3, Harding 413 renditions. Her voice is as clear as a harvest before thislnundane sphere beStoll struck out aud Baso hits, Scott, Bigger, Auschutz bell,as pure and true as any ever gins to receive the oblique rajs of the Woolv. Ripy heard here. She is studying under a Bennett touched Strother out at 1st, Speed 2. Maitin 8; luminous orb of the solar system in the famous master in Chicago. autumnal season. the latter thinking 3 men had already Foreman 2, Stall 2, Strader 2 S, Golde.v. To Mr. and airs. Charles Miss Clara Welch Lackey, sister of gone out. Scores Scott, Speed, Bigger, Bennett Whipped, left home, and was supMr. W. G. Lackey and Miss Ophelia Denny, Ingram 2, Martin 3, 10; Golden on Wednesday, April 13, an 8 posed to have drowned, river drained, Speed, on grounder to 3d thrown pound daughter. Lackey, all pleasantly remembered in but later found ten miles from home Richmond, was united in marriage at over 1st by Strader, made the circuit. Wooly, Strader, Stall Foreman 4. Laxter At his home near Union on his way to Cuba, by John Johnson, Umpire, Mr. S. B. White, time 2hrs. Stanford lust Tuesday to Mr. James Bigger was out at 1st on grounder to City, Sunday, Newton Lanter of dropsy is the experience of the 12 year old son Carroll Bailey, of that place. The Iw 2d.' Martin hit safe into leftandgot 40m. aged sixty-fiv- e years." Deceased was of Martin Keene, who resides near Car terior Journal says of the young couple, vers Ferry. Jay Etx Ess. The team left last night for Knox- ail v.fTonfxlArnfo cnlillni. o..1 .., in a lepgthy account of the ceremoney : villo for three games Capt. Speed is hneinbor of 'Of the worthy young couple too Chenault Regiment. In- Awarded RED HOUSE. much can not be said in praise. The laid up with mumps. Boswell, Highest Honors World's Fair, Medical Dept., will be substituted. of terreu in the Richmond cemetery brido is a daughter of Hon and Mrs. G. All natives seem to welcome the Monday. A. Lackey and inherits her handsome of spring. face and splendid figure from the Women shift for yourselves, the men WelchB, whose "niece she is. She is a Catarrh Cannot be Cared aie all planting corn. perfect blonde, of graebful mien and After the repeated frosts we are glad with LOCAL APPLICATIONSl prepossessing manners and is as lovely as of character as she is blessed with pysi-cthey cannot reach theseatof tho ilkonio Million. At the residence of his to still find the prospect cf some fruit charms. The groom is a son of Catarrh is a blood or constitional ui- - "i,uoi, iiiuiiau near isairi- sease, and in order to cure it you must win Friday night,lunuuu. Million of Judge and Mrs. James P. Bailey and onfc for maddogs. One cansrd Jas. T .. . ( .. rn nni n.nn i a holdc a clerical position in the Fartake internal remedies uau ra itfiuurri "vuuiiijiv,uiuju;ii iruuuie.ageu thirty- - the death of a number ot neighbor's ...l.i. mers Bank & Trust Co., where he is Cure is taken internally, and acts direct . uuuui uamruuy m tne dogs last week. held in the highest esteem. Sober, inly ou the blood and mucous surfaces ""'" ourymg ground. family We aro grieved to chronicle the sad dustrious and of strict integrity, he Hail s Catarrh Cure is not .i nnnni- death of Mrs. Jas. Dozier who died last neal Z stands as high as any young man in medicine. It ,T. :, the county and has friends by tho the best ohvsicanVir JhtaTn ?Hr Thursday Morning. our genial blackMr. Horace Dozier mes wlle legion, who congratulate him in hit) vaars. and a nwhr kw". vL.ii, seu za vears. ijpoish smith hammers to a new time now. happiness and on winning so charmft5 teh.SSL ar It's a fine boy. ing a woman to enjoy tho delights of ru csiuuauie "'"vxyiuiusn, 7Z. life and divide with him its sorrow." acty directly on the mucous mirUwoa nets..nUKrinTni uurifttwn Ijtdv. tMinv Mrs. J. 3L. Cosby has received a nice box of Sowers Jrem her The perfect combination of the two in- - Aftetffuhefal awvIceTKrSlv' CosT O by, Albany. Ga,, which ewr W. B. to A Lamb Carrier he wishes be MOST PERFECT MADE. TWSCed Oil tb m.V nf bva aZata. Xliao Lexington c&ttle buyers allege that A pwe Grape Cream of Tartar ,IB wiat'tJrQ " ""v1 .?! burying i Tittle, y.o Powder., FtH for teitlmoHkir W? sfeelt that tl silent a spring lamb "corner" is In progress, tw fm Ammonia, Alum or any other adutaewt " KnUkv'iinu.J. .wLfTlc' huhi me rouuwofcuow" ' ' J!!2.lb!f?f81 JW to ber wranw to fr-- T. Green, of the CtaoinnaU flna i b 4 YEARS THE SZANDAItOt. ;win eem jrt& te B iw. 1 Mh- f lm . I sua .' with tbe leftttwed et GoW. ' v r I c. - t, f r , 'It ii To "J ... It - Low P rices an d wood floods " HOOCJ'S pariiia after-dinne- r " m -) MS $K as 'AK to-d- ay read' ft; ' Eliza-bethtow- n, Kel f 7f 7 s s$ eight-cours- ;sz???ss X&JKK'jJ: ism e-e-- i3 wlkVARy. n rfv I I base-on-ball- s. base-on-ball- s, ecm.isror This Weeko ETC. base-on-ball- s, to-da- e. Car-ner- o, Black, y WHITE & -II III Dillingham Corner. T GIBSON, fgSl rci hi.-bas-e, Bluegrass Z lat-ter- 's MARRIED. PAnmsii-HAKCoi'- irr ilai-cou- au base-ou-ball- 8-- BIRTHS - ch al Mm CREAM DEATHS. left-Wat- ch w v- - . BAKING "'.j..r.i.r."Y nr7J -- .Jriw' P0HWB -- SESShXffi r5 n.Y'JZ, a. 'lu"Tr",mrn,?' jt rua"an' im S?.t """l' 5 .un 2ft Orooli t -- " ic ,tkH . . .a sjfs m Vr-1- t?i - .MK.2iaKB5Sn3SBflBQBlHflHBB - cJ r ,v - a ggjB33BSBBBE3BfffnlTBBS r , -' I svwm THE RICHMOND CLIMAX. JSSES: HOUSEJEFUSES To Concur in the Senate Resolu- i have tin , t! i feel: trtis Danville, Ky., April 18. George Rowsey shot and killed Francis Kizer in the "vestibule of the Danville courthouse at noon Monday. THE GENDARMES MADE WO CHARGES DEFEATED BY A VOTE OF 175 TO. 154 The two men were neighbors ill the Knobs, six miles from Danville, and had quarreled several times. They Demonstration Sunday Evening in came to Danville to be present at the The Resolutions Were Sent Back to opening of the circuit court, Barcelona Over the News of the Senate and That Body Rowsy was drinking, and as Kizer the Senate's Action. Defeated was leaving the courthouse he stepped up and began firing at the old German. Kizer Authorities Prevented Stndenta and Others He emptied his revolver, hitting Motion to Concur In the Home Remfive times and killing hint instantly. AtfciC'tln ihn United state From lutiong The Matter Hal Gone ote Kizer was unarmed and made no reConsulate Spaniard Admit a Conference and a Lonff sistance. Anotiier Defeat In Cuba. Debate May Follow. Court was in session upstairs, and the shooting created the wildest exValencia, April 18. There was re- citement. Rowsey was taken at once Washington. April 18. At 12:07 p. m. newed disturbances here Sunday, in to Judge Saufley, acknowledged the act the senate Cuban resolution was which the women participated. Be- and was sent to jaiL received in the house. It was read and fore order was restored the gendarmes the democrats applauded when the STATE OFFICIALS were compelled to make two charges recognition clause was read. upon the mob. Before the Jury and Some Sensational The reading1 of the journal had not Expected. April 18. Although lUncKLosA, been concluded before the clerk of the Fkankfokt, Ky., April IS. Tho Sunday morning passed quietly here, senate announced the passage of the there was a demonstration Sunday Franklin county grand jury, when it house Cuban resolutions with senate evening, when the crowds which reports this week, is expected to reamendments. Instantly the galleries gathered in front of the news- turn some sensational indictments. were all attention and member leaned Nearly all of the penitentiary ofpaper ofllcv's read the latest, forward in their seats. The leaders ts of th action taken by the ficials and state officials were bewatched each other with intent, alert United States senate in regard to Cu- fore the grand jury last week, features. The first move was importba. After it became known that the and it is said that evidence was given ant. IT IS RUMORED senate had adopted a resolution favor- which is certain to result in the indictAs the resolutions were read the reser-ie- . ing recognition of the present Cuban ment of several minor officials who are U Kndeavorinjj to Perxnnde That the I'ope declaration with regard to the recogThe steamer Shawinut which 1ms insurgent government, there was a now, or have lately been, connected Spam to Kt cognize Cuban Independence. independence of Cuba nition of the London, April 18. The Rome cor- - been discharging coal at Portsmouth, scene of the greatest excitement and with the state government. An effort was vociferously cheered by the demo.respondent of the 'limes sap: "In vat- - N. II., has been ordered to the Boston patriotic shout wem raided on all has also been made to indict a number crats. This demonstration was repeatn lawyers for accepting 'rclCB """ an "l""""1 ,B BUU""U navy yard to be converted into an aux- bides. Then the students heard the of ed when the reading was concluded. fees for collecting pardons. cutoreais: ot war may yet oe iliary cruiser. The steel tug Plymouth, news. that m. Both Mr. Dingley, the floor leader of 2:35 p. On leaving the theaters they paraded prevented, and a rumor is afloat to the of the Reading line has been taken by Insanity Portwood' Plea. effect that the pope is endeavoring to the government. the streets, thei red for Spain, and Lexington, Ky., April IS. The fuThe Maryland Steel Company an- made an attempt lo rei.ch tin United recognize NAVAL FORCES. Spain persuade to MO WnO COMMAND THE NATION'S LAND AND neral of E iward Perkins, assassinated Th,; authorities. the independence of Cuba. Among nounces that it has received a contract btates con.sulat. on Thursday a certain from the Russian government to make however, had t:.k n precauiions, and in his salofcn Lawrenceburg, by Geo. A. diplomatists continental was held Portwood, of a of irr.tation is observable at rails for the degree railroad the students and omers who took part Saturday morning at his late home on what is alleged to be the attitude of Tho order will involve an expenditure in the distur ane- were dispersed. Lewis, of Christ England. Some of the powers, which of several million dollars. Work upon Havana. A,ril IS. News of further South Broadway. officiating. The recathedral, the order will be begun at once. have special reasons to fear the consethe insurgents and church were escorted to the cemetery fightiug between A dispatch to the New York Herald Spanish troops iirthe rorincc of I'inar mains quences of Spanish defeat, an: evidentKnights of ly of the opinion that Europe haslost a from Washington says: In view of del Rio re.n-hchere Monday. It ap- by the uniform rank. pregood opportunity of affirming her Spain's efforts to' collect coal Pt Ha- pears that a for. e of i surgents under Pythias. It is oaid that when 's compact polit- vana and San Juan, no doubt exists in Lores Agu lar It to made an attack two sented for trial on Wednesday interests as a plea will be insanity. ical organization in opposition to political circles that the naval p'an for days ago upon i .e S aiiisli fort at At the Spanish government contemplates the interests of America. I'inar del Itio. and had the MeKnlsrht Fr.umt Gu lty. some future time, it is thought. the dispatch of the fleet to western best of the figuring, even according Louisville, April 18. J. M. Mo England may rue her failure to co- waters. to the Spanish account of tlu affair. Knight, who has been on trial in the operate with the other powers in A special disnatch from Singapore The oflicial report of the light says United States court on the charge of creating a precedent for united Eu- says that the Steamship Leo XIII., the fort was a small one, garrisoned having wrecked the Ge: man national ropean opposition to American highfrom Manila, h is arrived there crowd- by volunteers, who made a "heroic de- bank, of which he was president, until handedness. It is not noticeab'e how- ed with S. anish officials and well to do fense, lasting three hours." In the it was closed by th- examiner in Janever, that a somewhat inadequate Spanish families who are escaping from meantime, however, it is otiicially ad- uary of last year, was Monday found y mitted, the knowledge of the present state of feel- the rebellion which is spreading entered the guilty. The former president received ing in America prevails in quarters in the Philippines. They report town and plundered and burned a to- the verdict coolly. 11. s attorney at where these opinions are entertained" that Manila is bacco warehouse. The Spanish report once made a motion for a new trial The Spanish cruisers Infanta Marie adds that the garrison of the fort lost and was given until We inesday to file DUST EXPLOSION, Teresa and Cristobal Colon are filling four men kill d and hat nine men 3. writ of error. Followed by F.re, Destroy u Grain Eletheir coal bunkers at St. Vincent, wounded. Shut In the Neck. vator at Charles own, Mas. Cape VerJe islands. The supply is lCrfp Gun Vomited. McKinnev, Ky.. April 18. Recently April 18. The roof of the running short. ISoston, It is understood that Lai.. April 18. The Geo. Alfred, a livery stable keeper, disMaiik grain elevator at Iloosac Tunnel docks, 2,000 tons will be brought here in a last of the rapid-fir- e guns were was blown completely few days, probably from the United mounted o;i the Charleston Monday, charged Geo. Anderson, a colored employe, aged 18. Saturday Al red cashed jff by a dut explosion at 4 o'clock States, where it is k lown orders have completing her a.tnament w.tii the ex- j check lor a large amount and Anderfolbunuay morning, and the fire that been placi d. guns, son witnessed the transaction. Saturception of the small rapid-fir- e lowed not only destroyed the remainAt Atlantic City, N. J., Mr. J. N. which will be phiced in the tower. day night Anderson attempted to get ing portion of the immense structure, Burson, wife of a prominent citizen of She will be sent out in the stream the into Alfred's house, it is alleged, and but consumed l. early th entiro Canlon. O.. committed suicide Sunday first thing '1 morning, giving was shot in the neck, perhaps fatally, over 400,000 bushels of grain, afternoon by shooting her.self tnrough place in the drydock to the Monad-nocby Alfred. mostly wheat. The steamer Cambroman the heart. She suffered with cancer of Every day from '20 to CO reYerke May Organize a Itejjlment. "'v.rfo captw siTvZgrk If which had just finished loading at the the stomach. In a note shu left to her cruits are sworn in on the IndependI i' Danville, Ky.. April IS. Hon. John dock, was towed out without injury, husband she says rhe could bear her ence. There is still a need of able sea W. Yerkes, colltctor of internal revbut tenn. of the tentments huffi rings no longer and asked for- men and second grale engineers. enue in this district, and republican u uilding u:edas a iiistillery giveness for her . pf (f i - lutll.tii-- Holding :i Ghont I) ince nb wwwiw ill 1 IIIIa national committeeman from KenxliflMMANOCRjMOi.cp? by Chapin & Trull were datuageJ more x m. Every nvailab! man. in Ok. April IS. Nearly 1,000 tucky, may organize a regiment and or less by the delr s from the roof. U r. is being the manufacture of p Cheyenne Indians are gathered on the jnlist to fight Spain in ease President The loss is estimated by the fire given employment at the l)u ont pow- banks of the North Canadian, many McKinley calls for volunteers. Yerkes d riter at nearly SO ..0,000; well . Grove, N. J., to der mills, l'eiin-v'K. rush miles from the agenc3 w holding a was quoted to this effect, but he debv insurance. the heavy gov. nun nt ord rs for mu- ghost dance. It is feared by many clined to discuss the matter. D.itlg Window. nitions of war. 'i he com. any's pay- that by their medCharged Ith Hore Stealing. Richmond. Va., April 18. The Jeffer- roll aggregaus SO.OJJ i er month, which icine the Indians, incited men, will take advantage-o- f the Paducah. Ky., April IS. Lem Cal un- - is heavier than at any time inathe hisson Davis memorial window was absence of troop from neighboring houn and Lem Hill, colored, were arveiled Sunday in St. Paul's cathedral, tory of the company. forts to start an uprising to secure the church .Mr. Uavis attended while At London cable dispatches were re- more beef rations and in revenge for rested Sundaj- and lodged in jail on a charge of horse stealing. A horse and president of the confederacy. There ceived Sunday directing all American the enforcement of the territorial bugg3 belonging to Master Commiswas an immense crowd present. The diplomat c and consular fficials to law. which has caused sioner J. Will Fisher and President C. M CRAMAIWESLEY MERtJiTT service was very simple, the sermon watch for movements of Spanish war T f& Tne PCPT 0TH M. Leake, of the school board, were Dr. William craft in British waters and to report great discontent in the tribe. being preached by Rev. CVkP taken. They succeded in recovering World'. llroken. Dame, of Ualtimore. Mrs. Davis, her any such movement to Washington April IS. Walter D. the property. Sax Fkaxcis-co- . Miss Hays, and Conimmediat ly. It is supposed that the sul General Le and family, accom- o'her un and consulates have Mansfield has broken the world's rec- More Candidate for Frankfort Judicial r ord for both and inCircuit. panied by Miss Cisncros, attended the been sitnilar.y instructed. He extended his door Frankfort, Ky., April 18. Senator. ceremonies. The American Line steamer St. Paul Th.s ex- William Clarke, of Jacksor; arrived ill Not Yield. bptin which sailed from New York Sunday line a distance of 120.C. foot the record made Monday, and entered the race for cirOn receipt of the Cuban resoluion London, April IS. A dispatch from for Philadelphia, passed in the Dela- ceeds by one-hthe majority, and Mr. Uailev, the democratic leader, wer on their feet. from the nous; Mr. Cnandler suggest- Madrid says that Spain has taken a ware Capes at 5:80 o'clock Sunday by Leonard in Madison fcquare garden cuit judge, to succeed his uncle, Judge tournament A. H. Clarke, deceased. Senator Clarke Mr. Dingley was reco nizeJ by the ed the absence of aijuorum in order to firm stand against intervention in the evening. Mie will reach Cramps ship at the forces in the sentorial speaker and immediately moved con- secure a lull attendance to consider island of Cuba. 1 he council will not yard Monday and on Tuesday morning in the early part of the year, and by led fight. Judge J. H. Tinsley, Barbours-villeven consider it, which means that the the work of transforming her into an seven feet Mansfielu's own currence in the senate amendment the Cuban resolutions. has also entered the race. Seventy-fiv- e senators answered to Spaniards are bent on war as the auxiliary cruiser will begin. It is esti- record. with an amendment -- trking out the llrrlin Paper G ve bpaln Advice. clause in the first resolution which their names on the roll call. On mo- easiest way to preserve their dignity. mated that this work will require Duel Over a Woman. Hkri.ix, April IS. The Cologne Garecognized the independence of the ex- tion of Mr. Davis the Cuban resolution Madrid is rabid for immediate hostil- about 15 days. Paducah. Ky., April IS. In a quarities and the government is urged to isting republic. The actual form of was laid before the s nate. Lieut, Simon Cook and Chief En- zette x rint's an expert's advice to Spain rel oer a woman of the town early Mr. Davis addressed the senate, de- lose no more time. the motion, w hich was reduced to writgineer W. II. Nauman. of the United to station her ships m the harbors of Sunday morning Ewin Reeves and ing, was us follow.-- : "I m ve to con- tailing tne effect of the action of the Spain May Abandon Cuba. States navy, have arrived in Milwau- l'araioa and Nipe, on the north coast Robert Perey fought a street duel at cur in the senate : mendment to the house. He said many lives had passed London, April 18. The Rome corre- kee. Their mission in that city is to of Cuba, whence they could crnise be- short range. Each emptied his pistol, iiouse joint resolution with an amend- away while congress was debating the spondent of the Daily News says: "I enli-- t men for the navy. They will re- tween Lobos, Crooked Island and and both were hit twice. Reeves has ment striking out in the first para- question and that the Maine disaster am assured that the queen regent her- main there about a week. They are Cayos, on the north coast, to prevent a mortal wound in the stomach and graph the words, "are and." and also still rem lined unavenged. He thought self, as well as the pope and the Em- after machinists of the first and second the landing of troops in Cuba and com- Perey a serious one in the chest. t:w words, "and that the government there should be no further delay. peror Francis Joseph, of Austria, would class, firemen of the first and second mand the windward passage between Tw Sets of Triplets. Mr. Davis thought the independence favor abanJoning Cuba as the only cla-s- , and seamen and ordinary sea- Cuba and Hayti and the Bahama chanof the United States hereby recognizes Owensbobo, .Ky., April IS. AtUtica, the republic of Cuba as the true and of Cuba would quickly follow interven- means to avert war. Archbishop Ire- men, together with a few apprentices. nel. this county, Mrs. Charles Rhodes gave lawful government of that island," so tion.. In order to secure hasty action land cables that renouncing the is- After they get through here they will bpaniard to Le.ive New York. birth to three boys, all fully developed tlu-- senate Mr. Davis moved concurrence in the land is the only possibility of avoiding go to Chicago. lhat the first paragraph of Washington, April 13. All arrange and healthy. At KnotUville last week amendment will read a- follow-.- : First, house action. war." ments have been made bj-- the Spanish Mrs. Wm. Payne gave birth to two of the island of Cuba of Mr. Stewart opposed concurrence. that the More Riotlnt; in Malaga. legation to return the Spanish colony girls and a boy, all of whom are doing THE MARKETS. Mr. Stewart yielded the floor for a rirht ouht to be five and independent. London, April 18. A special disin New York to Spain, vessels having welL Upon his mution Mr. Dinley de- vote on suggestion of Mr. Teller. The patch from Madrid says there was anbeen chartered to leave Wednesday. Enlistment Order. which yeas and nays ordered Cincinnati, April 18. The same applies to Boston and other manded the previcni. other hostile demonstration outside Lancaster, Ky., April IS. Capt. FLOUR Spring fancy. spring famoff am iiiiment and de3:10 p. in. the vote was taken on the American consulate at Malaga on At rrved to cut ily, M.2034.35; sprlnp patent, winter points. Bishop, of Lancaster K. of P. lodge, rethe Davis motion to concur in the Sunday afternoon. The civic guard patent. .6."a5.00; fancy. t5.S0Q3.6J; family, bate. Mr. Hailey, who was still upon his house amendment. The motion was dispersed the mob after repeated l3.Tuai.00: extra, 13.4033.60: low grade. ei85Q President Creapo Keported Killed In Battle. ceived instructions Monday morning Nkw York, April 18. A special ca- from State Commander Bowden to enfeet, asked if the motion to concur defeated and the senate refused to con charges. Three people were injured 3H): rye, northwestern, 3.00(3.3.10; do city. 43.00 blegram from Caracas, Venezuela, to list a company immediately for four 63.10. mo- - cur, inc vote was si yeas to 40 nays. Most of with an amen .ment nrccludcd a thi shops were closed the Evening World, says that Presi- months' warfare. One hundred aatt Wheat No. 2 red, nominal at 99c per bu. li n to concur and was informed by Ten republicans voted no. Senate Spain Kndea vomit; to Italic a Loan. Corn Sales; No. 2 white, track. 32tfc; No. 1 dent Joaquin Crespo, of Venezuela, fifty volunteers will be secured. speaker that 'l would not if tne then at once sent the resolutions back the London, April 18. It is reported in mixed, track, 3114c: No. 2 mixed, track. 32tfc; was killed in battle with Hernandez, motion was voted .sown. It was a mo-i- n to the house. Abandoned Her Child. the city that the government of Spain yellow ear, track. 35c.2 mixed, track. 29c; No. I the leader of the rebel forces, last FriA motion for a conference commitLzxejgton, Ky., April 18. Lottie' Oats Sales: No. ut of intens.- xoitemeut. has been in communication witn lead- white, track, 314c day. Jones, colored, aged 20, was arrested Mr. Johnson (rep., Ind.) and Mr. tee was defeated. 84 to 48. The resolu- ing financial houses here, including Hogs Select shippers', $3.S033.K:K: select To Prohibit Exportation of Coal and 1: omwell (rep.. O.) were on their feet, tion now goes back to the house and Sunday charged with abandoning her butchers', J3.7TSiaii4: fair to good packers', on Cuban good $3,6303.75; fair l.th demanding recognition to state another voteprobable. recognition in the Rothschilds, in an effort to raise sea mon and roughs- to$3.103.light, J3.4&33.70; com- Washington', April 18. At the re- child. She admitted after being lockof 4,000,000 (20,000,000) on the 60. n The former the house is The radicals in loan of the Almadjn ed up that she left her babe j arliamentary inquiries. curity mines. The quest of the president, congress will CATTIJE Fair to good shippers', W.354.75; ask unanimous consent to address the senate opposed a conference. to Rothschilds declined to confirm or deny good to choice butchers', tt.3334.65; fair to at once adopt a resolution prohibiting on a doorstep in Forest Hill about four to the motion, weeks ago. In the house Mr. Dingley at once mov- the rumor. ti.e house medium butchers', 13.0034.25; common, ?2.Ka the exportation to Spanish ports of but he was howled down. Hut when ed that the house insist on its amend3.5J. Failed to Indict Him. The UehrliiK Sea Award. coal, provisions and other supplies. SnEEP Itromwell. a moment later, dcclar--t ment and ask for a conference. Mr. Louisville, Ky., April 18. W. EL Washington, April 18. The senate S3.85Q4.25; Extras. $4.334.50; good to choice, cemmon to fair, t2.7S3.75. Senator Walthall 111. d that he wished to offer a motion to Uromwell (rep., O.) moved to concur in Slayton, who was arrested here about to pay the discussion a Lambs Extras. SS.30&5.50; good to choice, April 18. Senator a month ago on information from Washington, concur, the democratic side sent up the senate amendments. Yeas and has under sea awards, bill Hehring amounting to l5.C0a5.50; common to fair. MOO 4.90. nays ordered on Hromwell's motion to $478,151, in Mississippi, has been Walthall, chier upon cheer. Veai. Calves Fair to settlement of the claims of extra, 46.25; common and good light. S5.25&6.00S quite ill as of result of a heavy cold, Rockford, I1L, returned, to the city the large, S3.53&5.00. The republican side was ominously concur in senate recognition. Sunday, the grand jury at that place Chicago, April 18. Bromwell's motion to concur in sen- Great Britain against the United The speaker sternly silent. but Mont ay his condition showed an failing to find an inditment against States. "WnEAT May, 11.09; July, 86o; September, encouraging improvement. order and then informed Mr. ate amendment recognizing Cuban inhim. 79c; December, 79c Arkansas Quota. l.romwell that his motion could not dependence was defeated on first roll Doth Feet Cnt Off. Fortify Canary Island. Cons April. 305,'c; May, 81SlHc; July, April 18. Gov. Little Rock, Ark., Iw entertained until that of Mr. Ding-- 1 call, 148 to 172, WiUJtAiiSTOWN, Ky., April 18. Geo. SSU.3Zc Teneriffe, Canary Islands, April 18. Jones has received notice from the 32Mc; September,and May, 28Mo; Dingley moved to insist-anask a y had been disposed of. July, 25Xo; Oats April The Spanish authorities are actively Doyle, of Lexington, had both feet cut Arkansas will be Carried without a di- war department that regiment of 1,000 September, 2JJJC. Mr. Bailey, under cover of making conference. fortifying the isla.ids and preparing off by a freight train here Sunday af trequired to furnish a 3, 34c to ifio. BAnLET Cash. No. a parliamentary inquiry, brought out vision. ernoon. It is thought he will die. Rye May, &3532f & for 6,000 reinforcements. men. i dependence of Cuba U'-o- tion Recognizing the In- - clearly the faet that unl s.s h hi .iil;i oi Mr. Din 'lev w s vo o i.w '. house eoul' no vol- - n t w tun ion to concur, of winch Mr. Brum well had given notice. Mr. Sulzer (dcm., 27. Y.) attempted to interro-awith the point of order thitt Mr. Bromwell's motion took precedence ovvr that of Mr. Dingley. He had a copy of the rules in his hand and was prepared to argue that question, but the speaker unceremoniously decline I to hear him. No division was asked on the motion for the the main previous question, but question a chorus of demands from both sides went up for the ayes and noes. The roll call was watched with intense interest. The democrats started in to applaud every re- ublican who voted "No," but the promised defection of over 25 members on the republican side did not materialize. The democrats only had 14 opportunities to applaud It was apparent before the end of the first roll call that they were defeated. Theirdisappoint-mentwa- s manifest on their fac s while the countenances of the republicans were correspondingly joyful over the victory. When Mr. Boutelle, of Maine, ascertained lhat the motion had carried by a safe majority, he withdrew his vote and was recorded present. G The announcement of the vote and the decisive victory was loudly applauded bv the republicans. Fourteen republicans v,te with the democrats and populists as follows: Bromwell, Itrown, Colson, Cooper, (Wis.), Dorr, Johnson (Ind.), Johnson (N.D.), Loriiner. Loud, Mahany, Mann, Sulloway, Warner and White, (111.). One populist Howard, (Ala.), voted aye with the republicans. Cuhan resolution, unamended by the house, was rec.ived in the senate at 179-15- Coo, r Colson, Ilrotvn, iinmt-l- i. Gathered From All FarU or the Conntry W .), D rr, Job. ison (N. D ), L rimv , by Telesraph. idim, Sulloway, Warner and White The Carlists in England are prepar(Id.). ing for action, convinced that the I', omw.-l- l Ih.'so republicans voted f r tne motion to concur: licinii.i". INTERESTINOEWS ITEMS SPANISH Took An Active WOMEN TbM KENTUCKY NEWS. Itet New From All Farta of Commonwealth. 1 Washington, April ' 18. After 4S hour of oratory, the senate Saturday night passed the following resolutions: 1. That the people of the island of Cuba are and of right ought to be free and independent, and that the government of the United States hereby recognizes the republic of Cuba as the true and lawful government of that island, 2. That it is the duty of the United States to demand, and the govern ment of the United States does hereby demand, that the government of Spain at once relinquish its authority and government in the island of Cuba and withdraw its land and naval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters. S. That the president of the United States be, and hereby is directed and empowered to use the entire land and naval forces of the United States, and to call into service of the United States militia of the several states to such extent as may be necessary to carry these resolutions into effect. 4. That the United States hereby disclaim any disposition or intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction or control over said island, except for the pacification thereof; and assert its determination when that is accomplished, to leave the government and control of the island to its people. present dynasty is doomed Bishop Potter presented a set of resolutions against war at the meeting of the Central Labor union. New York, Sunday night, bnt they were defeated by a vote of nearly two to one. The troops at the presidio, ordered to New Orleans and Chattanooga, will probably lea've San Francisco Tuesday evening, but it is possible that their departure may be delayed until Wednesday. Two Italian canal laborers were instantly killed and another seriously iujured at Fondas Basin, six miles east of Schenectady. N., Y., by the breaking of a derrick boom while it was in use lifting stone. The Imparcial, referring to the at tack on the American consulate at Malaga, deplores the outrage as necessarily calling for apologies and warns Malaguenos against provoking a war which Spain would avoid if possible. AccorJing to a special dispatch from Madrid, Senor Moret, secretary of the colonies, has approved a contract to lay a cable between Cadiz and Havana, by way of TenerilTe and Vieque (Crab Island) nine miles east of Porto Rica The monitor Nahant arrived early Sunday morning from Philadelphia and anchored off Tompkinsville, S. L Ihe .ahant left League Island on the 15th and was towed to New York by a tug. She is manned mostly by the naval Part in the Re- newal of Disturbances in Valencia Sunday. FRANCIS KIZER and Killed In the Vestibule of the Shot Danville Courthouse lly George Kowey. well-know- Trans-Siberi- - D.-a- V Port-wood- '! .jynisv IP - rap-icl- panic-stricke- n. six-ine- h Ciiarle-town- , 'mmmfmP rWii rl?' fl'llllJ'ilVll3--K con-ten- t, ue-da- k. ?i ffmrw I wyIM h m j IS I ai-:- , . is) un-de- ru cov-re- A f -I anti-polyga- ltt-ctr- grand-daughte- r, out-doo- g. A al i'.-do- or anti-Hunt- er out-do- e, - qu-stio- M.632,-1.85-; 84.35-l.55- ; - - Sap-plie- s. new-bor- com-m-.ind- cd d - i and worthy of the follow-- 1 city, whoso love for the newspaper men . I '. rrti 1 ler-Journ-al uure ior the best letter written benn .ashere. ana true ns nnv. omr heard She is studvin? nnrW by young people fiiifai base-on-ball- Stoll struck .v, r" r .iff. rt. out and uaso hits, Scott, Bigger, Auschutz, .. i - .m Speed 2. .",- -8: - i T "T? j ,i 'ifal . 'jvj.sir t i -- "a-- V "" pp''"' ?'. v - J ' , ' . ?ra'v9S!pjrp3P J. .j r 1 . i ' -- rv. - Z,, a -- .. J.-' -- Si . jr'-"'S- . , 4 ' J5 4 ' -- ' V .i ., &m7KXVKXrtt& 4 HARBOR v m JX&lGl62M2iiX2a'&' "SSmSs l vv vv m v , v ,'yfl,n... ,..., ' ifl ' , Thomas J. Smith Jr., will buy all city and county claims. Offico on Main street. aprI8-t- f Tho "Old Scratch" is Alter Them. IK -- -- rf "S- - 'i'Sw. PEACE. 6' M PEACE i. OF I We have no small-pono chicken pox and no elephant itch, but the barbers itch got hold ofBeveral faces here the past week, spoiling their beauty. Nicholasville Democrat. x, Clay Lilly's House Burned. !' n-H- ,- -' I " $MI lf " VvV .lJisr PROSPERITY. -t - .rtBtrat zgH disaster and dan (roro Of high prices and UJre,L?."!,?,:'.?LSaea,Pr''rom the j?n ... " c uu iiol nrnnnsp m r on na hto r: but we do propose to make PeHceand PnWv;"v:n.! 'u"u.u"r t anu tip. Tfltoot. the Cheapest and the ",. linn iiii ", ;iri"CUi xviuiimuuu Gents'luaaison countv and Gents' Best selected stock of Ladies1 and Fine Footwear, inferior -- 'i a. .. w i j . i ii r ha J a- U1 s "V are 'nunniieu and loaded ains ,U ,at(,VSM P,osre i msuuufs nnu ecKwear ever shown in this city. M S . li- - 9L - msi Is the Motto of put j? pn nn p a iSSXSffXl! Heace on Earth, Good Shoes for the People rr itt . . - TVTowpef. Hate Rev. D. Clay Lilly, a well remembered graduate of C. U., and one of her best orators, had the misfortune to have his home together with everything in it burned on Monday night, March 20. lie lives at Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. Lilly's sister, Miss Guerrant, daughter of Dr. E. 0. Guerrant, of Wilmore. was on a visit to her and canienear being burned to death. First to Publish It. The Glasgow Times is mistaken when it says it is the first country paper in tho State to publish the President's Cuban message. The Clijiax CKmax yii KLONDIKE yV Don't Skip A Word first-clas- No 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. SoSSfS. SC u 7 $k y& appeared 24 hours earlier ith the message in supplement form, on Wednesday morning last, whereas the Times, otherwise up came out with the precious document on the day following. e, Oi this 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 y doing what we advertise. Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now oflenng pick and choice of our large second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $2.76 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods sell at 45 and 50c per yd. We are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at 1.69 per dress pattern. There is only a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't miss the chance to see them. h all-wo- ol An Old Tannery. fTv' V KrJ'G OF THE OCEAN. . . . RULER OF THE NATION". 'S W It complicates a rmrriit's calculations somewhat to .consider that his son may go and drown himself after being flogged, as that boy near Richmond did, says the Louisville Times. But the overage father is not going to paue on this account, and even the development of this sort of thing into an epidemic is not likely to save the youthful skins of the country from needful tanning dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc. Ask for what you want and you will get it at Low est Cash Price. Cloths, Denim1;, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to sse them, prices are only 8J to 14c per yd. We are showing all tho new weaves in black We have just opened and put on sale the largest and most complete line of Carpets ever shown in this city, we have everything you want in this line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the finest Axminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you w ill want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back yard. You will also find a nice line of Mattings. Oil Shades and Lace Curtains in this department. We sell a Full Length Felt Shad Spring Fixtures at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors ami white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from "i)c per pair up. $&& '& FIT YOUR i3 E.O C W The Richmond Climax. WLDNESDAY. APRIL 20 - - 1S9S. Alba Heywood, Friday April 29. Fresh fish dressed at Gus Margo- in's. Take your city and county claims to Thomas J. Smith, Jr., who will pay cash for same. aprl3-t- f 1 . Anai' lMBH1t Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Coert Cherry Pectoral saved the lives of two of my children when to all appearance they were in the first stage of Advertisements will be received The debate between Central Uniby THE CLIMAX with the guar- - g versity and Centre College will bo held 3 antee that its circulation exceeds g in this city Friday night. 3 that of any other paper published C Mr. y in Richmond. c eastern J. W. Bales bought four good saddle horses at from $150 to C 3 $3C0 at tho Danville hor.se hales. A car door fell on the six-- j d BananaslOc. a dozn at Gns'. daughter of Curtis Cofree at the R. X. I. & B. depot, Saturday, breaking her Alba Heywood, Friday April 29. leg below the knee. neet oranges loo. a dozen Saturday ear-ol- Consumption." J. W. HUFFORD, Farmington, la. HALF-SIZ- i In our Domestic Department you will find best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 3 to 4c per yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 41c per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from 6 toCJcpervil, 4 Unbleached Peppcrell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large size Bleach Damask Towel at 5c and our Celebrated Clover leaf Bleach Damask Towels at 10c are 'Hummers," Best New York Mills Camlet Jeans 10c a yd., other Cottonades at lowest prices. yard-wid- e 10-- C " S X O 2. Si0 3 c " 3 S3 S s 1 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 Stioes 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 Sc a pair; our 25c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seamle-- s sox 5c, Men's extra heavy seamless sox Sc; our 10c black sox are worth2Cc elsewhere ; Children's ribbed hose sizes 6 S, 5c a pair; Children's seamless ribbed hose S only Sc. We are show in a beautiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe Hosiery for ladies' and children, also all the new novelties. 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 buckle.s silk web 25c, tooth brushes 4. 5, S and 10c, children's suspenders -- pools d any size 10c, embroidery sail silk 5c each, hairpins lc a boq, good pins ic 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 10c. envelopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's ami ladies' neckwear, white and colored seamiuj; braid 5c a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing 4c a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. 6-100-yar- fort to be than you save you nice little Shoes com found from wearing a pair of our shoes can dream of and the money we will on each pair you purchase, "will be a FEETEl"' - n - 2 jr H. c" " E, zz o S o" i -" " -- o 6 2 2 2 s m E BOTTLES, soc xSBf3iir7 R5ISTCRED at Gut-'- . Dr. Hobaon, Dentist, Richmond, mar3-lv- r Kentuckv. Tan colored grip lo'st. See notice t'lse where. Xewland Jones has lost about half a hundred hogs by cholera. Louis H Landman, of Cincinnati, w ill be at Mr. J. B. Willis' to-da- y. Trv Gus' bulk roasted coffee, 12Jc per iwund. Beats all package coffee. Why hold claims when Thomas J. "Minih. Jr., will cash them ? aprl3-t- f If you want a corn planter se the new Haworth at D. B. Shackelford & (o's. cad. Ballard & Dunn bought from Gil UtI Ma.-o- 04 head of cattle at 2S, per Before selecting your spring suit. .ill ou Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street tailor, Lo-A Knight Templar insignia ncraved 4,G. E L." Leave at this aprl3-t- f otlbf and get reward. T. There will be no fairs at Harrodb-burgRichuioud. Danville Advocate. How about this, Matt? New vegetables received daily at uu- - Margolin's. or e-- have the largpst stock of Brown cultivators brought to this market. Dr. C. H. Vaught, administrator B. L. Price, publishes elsewhere in a notice to creditors. tins Razjr lost on Irvine pike, between D. B. Shackelford & Co. r is-u- e Drowning Creek and Richmond, on April 2. Finder leave at this oflice and aprl3-2- t get reward. & Co. wish to D. B. Shackelford thank the people for their promptness in placint: their orders for Deering Harvesters Messr. C. S. Powell and W. S. Hume, of Richmond, w ere initiated in the B P. O. E.'s in this city Tuesday night. Reporter. The Climax is turning out some of the finest horse cards ever printed in Richmond. Call and get prices and Pari- s-e our samples. Chas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main Mreet tailor, is turning out the hand- iinest suits ever seen m Richmond. Kxamine his samples. Get your groceries and fruits from Ous Margolin's, as he alajs keeps them fresh and he will save you money on tnem for cash. Phone 107. They say when it rains on Easter we may expect raiu for seven consecutive Sunday. If it rained the past Sunday we would like to know where. protracted meeting is in corner of Mill nnd Water Streets is the progress at the Christian Church. Dr. first building in the world ever used Lloyd's Sunday night sermon was a as a railroad passenger depot. It has been inconstant use as such powerful prefatory address. Everybody since 1833, and was the terminus of the invited. second railroad over built in the UniJohn Bowlin, charged with stealing ted State. It is of brick, three stories a horse fioni Wesley Hampton, of Big high, and is in a good state of preservaHill, was brought here from Knox tion. county and placed in jail to await the It is in a row built by the late action ot the grand jury. Charleston Hunt, the first Mayor of Hurst & Fowler received $250 Lexington and father of Mrs. John from the Hanover Fire Insurance Co., Reid. Lexington Gazette. 4S hours after their grocery was Confessed to The Killing. scorched last week. Chenault & Fra-ze- e Henry Witt, of Union City, Tennes are agents for this prompt paying see, because very ill and thought he company. was going to die, confessed to having A horse belonging to J. W. Bales be- shot and killed George Newton from came freightened Monday and ran up ambush in 1863. Newton a short time Main street at a lively gait, but Mas before he was killed had been taken stopped after hanging the buggy on a from his house by a lot of men and telephone pole. Buggy slightly smashed hung up by the neck until he told the was all the damage done. hiding place of $3,000 which the parties secured. After Newton had gotten To get a good suit, and one that is good, it must be tailored good. Our well he said he believed Witt was one suits at eisiht, ten and twelve dollars of the party. Suspicion was cast upon are made equal to suits you pay al- Witt, but no investigation was made of most twice as' much for. Don't take it on account of war excitement. our word. Sec the goods. Covington Circuit Cuurt. & Mitchell. Circuit court having been posponed ' two weeks on account of small-pox- , n. Cno In nn t. Wiicommenced Monday. Nothing but Dr. Frazee has tendered Lis services to the Governor as surgeon of the Ken equity cases will be tried this term. tucky State Guard in case of war. The The criminal cases going over until the September term. The docket comDoctor has received the following letter prises 225 old equity cases. 33 equity from Louisville: and 2G ordinary appearances. From "I have just noticed iu the paper that 23 to 30 divorce cases will be tried. you have nluuteered to go with the Following is the grand jury: S. M. Kentucky legiments. I hold a first Oldham, foreman; Twyman Million.' Lieutenant's Commission in the 1st B. Butner, M. B. Reg. and hope you will go with us. It Richard Jones, J. hArbuckle, J. P. White, D. C. Bigger- looks like we will surely go." staff, W.H. Tudor. Talton Willough-b"Morris B. Gifford." Boyle Doty, David Chenauit and Straw hats now on display. A C. H. Park. rather big statement, but we are Live Stock Market and Yards to be Started showing more straw hats for men and at Lexington. youths than all other houses in town A dispatch from Lerington of the 11 put together. Come to headquarters th shows that J. F. Cook's scheme to and find what you want. Covington have stock yards and sales at Lexington .t Mitchell. after the order of Louisville aud CincinK. o! P's. at Ford. nati, has about reached fulfillment. A number of members of White About 50 Central Kentucky live stock Lodge. No. 43, this city, vitited Ivan-ho- e dealers met there and selected J. B. Lodge, No 48, on last Saturday Embry, Nicholasville, J. "W. Hannah, night, and witnessed the excellent Harrodsburg; Simon Weil, Overton H. team work of Pilot Lodge, No. 78, Chenault and S. L. Vanmeter, LexingWinchester, Ky., there being six new ton, a committee to organize a company men taken into Ivanhoe Lodge at to establish and conduct a live stock Ford. Red River Lodge, of Clay City, market and yards in Lexington. A was alio represented. After the work general meeting will be held April 23, was completed the residents and visit- at which the organization will be pering brothers repaired to the Hotel fected. Howard were a sumptuous repast was First Company of Volunteers Announces spread and a most pleasant evening A fine y, Oldest Depot In The World at Lexington. The L A N". Depot in this city on the ffs4' ' VN Our Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things for our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at S2.48 per suit. We are showing several styles in in n2; - D- - u O-- S 3 S-- Eveiy ra;in who wants a SUIT should come and see what we offering 7R y 40kS They are unequal in quality and make, and beyond question the best values ever shown in this market. beautiful plaids aud mixtures in Men's Suits at that are cheap at S7 50 ; when you see our 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 SS.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 Hopkiu's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, they are made Double Knee and Double Seat, warranted not to rip, the boy's pants of this kind running up to 15 years old. Boy sizes are only 49c per pair. $3.98 $5 00 all-wo- 5h 3-- 2. -- - 2. s- g - A H- m - e mi p5 a -3-- " o 3 3 i 1 l OS " We will put on sale at once one lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century Corset worth $100 elsewhere, our price 59c as long as they last 500 of 5 5 5 a o 5 o r a IT'S ALL IN THE PRICE ' Most m. figure to see how much they ran for an article, we figure to see how cheap it can l sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash " it HuSSSS sssas: W. D. OLDHAM w ? COMPANY. - 1 Coram MilM A TvoYesswe vvoxxwevs r-- mhr . Catastrophe on The Hill. Telegraph Line. Richmond will probably get another telegraph line. Postal Telegraph Co., of Richmond, Va. Mr. C. J. Winkler will probably be manager. Tho line will come from Lexington by the pike, This explains the cat mystery at Mc-Ke- and will place Richmond in new with all other places and corner, and that much annoyed can shake hands with the Hill at reduced rates. section and rest in peace. The Dangers ot Spring New e's Some rude boys with malice prepense and other nonsense tied two cats together by their tails and attached them to tho front door knob of Madison Institute. The whole house was aroused bv the mad caterwauls and somebody telephoned to the night operator to call out the militia. Capt. Berry and Col. Dudley armed themselves and went to the scene and smote the cats to death. At 1.15 all was quiet save the tramp of the night police who was retreating in good order with his captives both dead as the door knob on which they lately hung. Kestore full, regular action of the bowels, lo not Irritate or Inflame, but leave all tlio delicate dicetlve or pinlsm in perfect condition. Try them. 25 cents. Ilepared only by C I. Hood A Co , Lowell, Mass. Pills spent. Our readers can reap no such benefit in clothing and gents furnishings at Covington & Mitchell offer from time to time through these columns. It will pay you to read their ad in eery issue of the Climax. Their bargans were never excelled in this or any city in Central Kentucky. Their guarantee on every article sold brings to them the trade they so justly deserve. Ready For Duty. House Sunday. .Mr. Cosby biicceeding m killing one of the dogs by cuttiug us throat with his pocket knife. You will be surprised to find what Vaccination Caused Limping. ight, ten and twelve dollars will get jouin the way of a suit. Nothing The Richmond Climax says: '"The hke the values anywhere else equal girls out at Whites Station to what we are showing. Covington vaccinated on the shoulder in place of &. Mitchell. the arm. They say they may sometimes d dresses and & Co. say they wish to wear D. B. Shackelford have taken more orders for Deering the scar would be likely to spoil the Harvesters this season than ever be- looks of their pretty, soft white arms." Lexington girls do not allow themfore, which looks as if tho farmers excrop and want the selves to be vaccinated on either their pect u big wheat arms or shoulders, but they get there best machine to handle it with. all the tame. It sometimes makes Mrs. McElwaine received Monday thein limp a little, but they soon get a teles-rafrom iher husband, who is Lexington Observer. over now in New York with a consignment Death ot Mm. Amelia Burton. of horses, saying that he has sold all but three of the lot. the last one bringOn Monday afternoou the remains of ing $1,000. Cleopatra sold last week Mrs. Richard Burton, who died Saturf3r 2.000. day in St. Louis, were interred in the exRichmond cemetery. Deceased, who In the write up of a funeral an lay "quietly in was about 5S years old, was a daughter change says the deceased his casket." That was an eminently de- of Col Wm. Holloway, and herVniother corous thing for him to do. There is was Miss Elizabeth Field, still Lliving at nothing which mars the solemnity of a an advanced age at Lexington'with four funeral more than for the corpse to get children. She was a lady ot superior up ami cavort around among the monr- - ability and of lofty christian character, ners. It reflects on the gentility of his There was never iu this county a more nearly universally beloved lady, and her breeding -- A card to the people of Richmond, death brings sorrow children, John, Clarence Madison aud adjoining counties inform- - Sheleaves three West i and Henry. Her husband was a cousin ingthemtbatmraddreselBNo.S m - of Judge R A. Burton of Lebanon and Main.UxinBtonKy., at which Perryvtlle. Mr. Lzekiel berlwill be pleased, at any and all he is buneda city, is zn uncle of .Mrs, of this times to taw them call when in the (Field, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller city. you cant come write to mo for Burton, whilst cousin, fihewj. in this an own you .ay anything x win gaaij , . . - v.nitlUumm. Mw. oiy ana Reepectf&lly. you " T 7 Wm.i. Jrvise fe re dtotfatly m! GwtTKT- are-.bein- killed one ewe and ton south lambs for J. E. Cosby at Red down Dogs short-sleeve- A special from Frankfort to the Louisville Times of April 15 says: Edgar Park, of Irvine, Estill county, and was introduced arrived hereto-da- y to Gov. Bradley by Auditor Stone. Park said to Gov. Bradley that ho had raised a, company of 100 men, and was ready to enlist. Gov. Bradley stated to Park that his name would be recorded on the list, and proper notice made to the authorities. Mr. Park was an adjutant under Col. Barnes, of the Eighth Kentucky during the war. He is to be Captain and Harry Shepherd, who accompanied him, Lieutenant. He wanted to be the firs- - company from this State. It is reported that Jos. D. Black, of Barbqurville, has also raised a company. Which arise from impurites in the blood and a depleted condition of this vital fluid may be entirely averted by The Danville Advocate thinks that Hood's Sarsaparilla. This" great mediMr. Thompson's appearance in the race cine cures all spring humors, boils, will strengthen Gov. McCreary. "We eruptions and sores, and by enriching and vitalizing the blood, it overcomes do not mean that Mr. Thompson is run- that tired feeling and gives vitality and ning in the interest of the Madison vigor. county candidate. Far from it, Mr. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache, Thompson is bitterly opposed to him, biliousness and all liver ills. Price 25 and enters the race for the purpose of cents. It defeating him. But there is where we Goes to Ashland. believe Mr. Thompson has made a misMr. F. Corzelius has leased the fine take. Gov. McCrearv can not be defeatVentura Hotel at Ashland, and will ed by a division of the opposition, and, all, leave his son, Mr. George Corzelius, in it is doubtful if he can be charge of the Glyndon. but if the effort is to be made then the Democrats who are opposed to him Don't Tobacco Spit and Emoke Your Lifo Away. If you vaut to quit tobacco iusing easily should unite upon some good man and be well, strength between two ana forever,life maaovigor, strong, magnetic, not devide their aud take full of new tnat makes weak men or more candidates. The more the en- tho wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. tries the easier will be McCreaty's vic- Over lOO.OOO enred. Buy of your druggist, under guawntco to cure, 6!X5 or tory." $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Joe Brooks to Locale at Nicholasville. Sterling KemedyUo.,Chicaco or New York. McCreary's Chances Constantly Brighter. Grow The languor so common at this seaJust try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the w . improverished blood. finest liver and bowel regulator ever Hood's Sarsaparilla cures it by enrich- made. V. mayl ly 9m ing the blood. It Ewin Reeves and Robert Perey fought Rev. W. Harry Felts was sentenced a street duel at Prducah over a woman. CO.- at Leitchfield to six years in the peniA little boy asked for a bottle of "get tentiary, convicted on a charge of big-aup in the morning as fast as you can," v. the drugcist recognized a housahold iIjtS- When Traveling name for "DeWitt's Little Early R.sers" bottle of those Whether on pleasure bent or business, and give him a constipation, sickfamous headpills for take on every trip a bottle of Sjrup of little liver and stomach troubles. DougFigs, as it acts most pleasantly and ef- ache, Wines, Druggist. fc fectually on tho kidneys, liver, and las bowels, preventing fevers, headaches, Bromley & Co's., 6tring of thorough-breadI and other forms of sickness. For sale 32, were shippid from Lexington in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Manufactured by the California to Morris Park. nprO-lFig Syrup Co. only. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, George Alfred 6hot and wounded candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c may5 lyr George Anderson, colored, at McKin-neLem Calhoun and Lem Hill, colored, are held at Paducah charged with Tetter, and Eczema. horsestealing. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed CUBAN OIL cures by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Cut, Burns, Bruies, Rheu Skin Ointment. Many very baa cases have been permanently cured by it. It matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. is equally efficient for itching piles and Q.Sold by Perry & Thomas, xuccessors to W. White. a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, fro3t bites G. Doyle, of Lexington, lost both feet and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. under a train at Williamstown. Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are CAscAKETSstimuIate liver, kidneys and just what a horse needs when in bad bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. condition. Tonic, blood purifier and 10c. mavl-lvermifuge. They are not food but Cary Landers, 17, was killed by a medicine and the best in use to put a norso in prime condition. .Price "o train at Lawrenceburg. y tJ tllB cents per package. son is due to ;:' a " .9 0 o Everybody Knows(S2i m o - m ..) 3 W Wmmnwym Gssr .fes piK fcL. v too eo CO B I) c U s, Our Spring Stock is now open and ready ior inspection. y. Salt-Rheu- m Planters PRIC WAY Li-- y v v JL i! George Whiteker and a man named each Jackson are reported to other in Perry county. The farmer, tbe mechanic and the biccle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the best thing to keep on hand. It heals quickly, and is a well known cure for piles. "Douglas & Wines, Drughave-kille- d it W . '"-- . "V"" '. h. Mr. J. J. Brooks, late of Cynthiana, Wheat and Fruit in Shelby. for years ono of the best known drugWheat is now bringing 88 cents in gists in Richmond, has decided to lo- Sholbyvillo ; corn $1.60 per barrel, butcate at Nicholasville, and has bought ter 10 cents per pound, and eggs 7 tho drug store of G. A. C. Hutchison, cants per dozen. Not so much of the who lately left that city to seek his budding fruit was killed by the recent fortune presumably in tho Bovorc frosts as was at first suspected, regions ot Alaska. wo are told by a numberiof the fruit Would the citizens of Nicholasville raisers. Shelby News. know something of Col. Brooks ? He According to a celebrated anatomist e is a superior druggist, a there are upwards of 5 000,000 little citizen, a genial gentleman who makes glands in the human stomach. These friends everywhere. Like others he glands pour out the digestive juices yielded to the fascination of politics, which disolve or digest the food. Indi accepted its poor reward in office, gestion is want of juice, weakened of glands, need of help to restore the exchanging for it the more stable occu- health of these organs. The best and A Beautiful Opening. druggist. pation of a merchant and most natural help i3 that given bv ShakWe feel confident he will take In- er Digestive Cordial. Natural, because It is a pleasure to voice the opinion of tho materials needed the hundreds who attended the Millin-et- y stant rank in his new home and hear- it suppliesprepare the- digestive by the juices. glands to opening of Miss Tempie Oldham, tily recommend him and his most Beeacse it strenthens and invigorates of the handsomest ever excellent christian wife to tho graces the glands and tho stomach, until tliey that it was one are able to do their work alone. Shakheld in Central Kentusky. The apart- ot our neighboring city. er Digestive Coidlal cures indigestion ments were thronged on Friday and Record. A Remarkable certainly and permanently. It docs so and not a few Saturday with the by natural means, and therein lies the Dr. Geo. Savage, of this city, agent seenjt men, who came to view the visions of . of its wonderful and unvaried American Bible Society, gives success loveliness that later may hauntr their of the following review of tho work in At druggists, price 10 cents to S1.00 dreams when the time arrives for set- the It But these brief: "Under the overruling provi- per bottle. tling for bonnets bought. of God during the thirty-tw- o Rev. Mr. Rideout, tho Episcopal clerrude thoughts did not enter the minds dence years of service, traveled over 525,868 gymen, has gone to housekeeping at the of the men much less the ladies, and miles on trains, in public and private rectory. The ladies gave him an apprehence the occasion was a gladsome one conveyances, at all hours of tho day ciated start by furnishing his pantry. Democrat. to all. The utmost, attention was night, yet I never received the Cynthiana given to every detail and from the front and though several times injury, The two most critical times in a womwindows to the rear the house was slightest midU of severe accidents. In an's life are the times which make the profusion in the ablaze with colore in endless woman mother. department, in making girl a woman, and the Pierce's a Favorite airanged in artistic manner by skil- the business At these times. Dr. hundred and ful nands. Miss Oldham was most three of about 5500,000, two clerical Prescription is of incalculable value. It stengthens and Invigorates the organs gracious to all callers and In addition both less than distinctly lemmine, promotes reguiuny beauty on wlucli tne Arrora onlv. occured to the scenes of and dollar iii.amount. In the seed sow- of tho functions, allays irritationexhaustchecks unnatural, trained feminine eye leasted there were one 1,268,885 copies of the Scriptures, ing, ing drains, and puts the whole delicate refreshments for the throng in the Alorganism into perfectjlcondition. and. having litoin tbomsolvesyhavingbeen ohoTw ol delicious hot chocolate distributed-j-ahou- t bysa'e most all the ills of womankind are traceThe hats and bonnets showtf by donation. Isuinber able to Borne form of what Is known as were bewildering In their beauty ana and 'female complaint"." 'Inhere arenot three .,o.. a ,.mi.ifiiu1 Oldham aim of deUtutelaniSHes,BuppliedM37,953r nitw in hundred df woman's pecMlinr to witness the onslaught1; her Preirriptfoa number oldeftitatelindivWiiwtesup- - diseases tlmfc J5f." It? ob tiwir tlfeptay jnad i by away eager plied. 40,61jK -- Wnhetr'Stttt, va ' "wihV'notcar , a J parenwwrg. Ik ssa II snow-boun- d wide-awak- gist. Agnes Jones, 20, Green, is missing. have eloped. appetite good, your digestion perfect. To purify your blood and build up health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. This medicine has accomplished remarkable cures of all blood diseases. It is the True Blood Purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to make you well by purifying and enriching your blood, giving you an appetite, and nerve, mental and digestive Bowling strength. a belle, of apr!3-lr- a She is thought to April Wisdca. Be sure that your blood is pure, your illltlllgllli Ulll 5LUUK tllHL making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. Ull&J Suits for Everybody. Hats for Everybody Furnishings' for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. Everybody Says So. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical dfecovery of tlio age, pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, act pently and positively on kidneys, liver nnd liowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box 10, 25, .10 cents, bold and of C. C. C. guaranteed to euro by all druggists. Emile Struck, Louisville, was mysteriously shot and killed in his own home. y; Two Mares Strayed. On Tuesday, March 29, two sorrel mares strayed from my place at Bice Station, Estill county. One was blind in one eye and white stripe on left side. Other has star in forehead JAMES HARDIN. and speck in left eye. NUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep Strayed! ? 7 so "3 From ir. A. Biggcrstaffs farm on Monday-nightApril 11, a small bay horse, wang-footin hind legs, very slim keen tail, about UK G. White. old. A. liberal hands high, and about will be paid for information or return The jury in the case of Bnnkor J. M. reward to Walter Azbill's livery stable, this of horse ANDREW WALKJEE. McKnight, at Louisville, met again on city. Monday to further deliberate on his case, and he was convicted on two Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. sia, Constipation and Indi gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. f I 7Z counts. '1 Notice to Creditors! - aC.w JjB lie San I may shine brightly and the bird3 may of B. L. Price, deceased, will present the same undersigned, sing their sweetest songs but if your to the June 1st, 1S9S, properly- verified on or uu uiuicu. before stomach is not right there is no happi- All parties indebted to or the: mtwill call and the estate ness for you. Keep a bottle of Dr. Cald- settle on or before said date and save costs. M. M. PRICE, well's Syrup Pepsin in the holies and apr20-7""" DR. C. H. VATJGHT, use it according to directions and the sun and birds will not shine and sing in vain. Constipatiou and indigestion cured. Trialinze 10c (10 doses) and in 50c and $1.00 bottles. Of B. L. Mjddel-tow All parties having claims againit tho estate f CD 5 R 7q S n. aprS lm UOSTt R.R-Wel- ls; 5 S ,HrWl mil IhWi o a 7I Two guards have been discharged from the Frankfort Penitentiary. No Griping or Talcs. Arrowsmith, 111., Jan 21, 1S97. 15 s. On March 3d, between Union City and Richmond, a tan colored grip. A liberal reward wfli Uni&B be paid for return of same to apr-2City, Ky. two-thir- one-thir- d ..-- .. TVfi-i- H JweiB-ant- e ?f?es Dear Sir: I have been bothered for years with constipation and I have many preparations during that time. I commenced using Dr. Cotdwell's Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1S95 and nnhesitat-jflfll'Ba- y it iB' the'boet remedy everfouad for my trouble Ko' griping or" pitas afte toking. yiw'rAeic. . i jl-lav-e Eggs for Sale! Mrs. K. H. Celyer U bow prepared to fftrWaii yoa UKLYwy hifftMat prodMtieBfef Plymouth Uc H. -. , .. ' - vl ir: trs , r yf.Hvir.., dOTclWarymmjpejnjaa. KCi"i "iW . ) hHor int. CdHM.clrMBtriit .. is mmu -- 1 . . . . - jwiu w n,niwmis i 1 J. 8TRENG, TkCMfciir.Ik ;TfeSfeer,Tiw latter-- S5 --4 t ? V - Si 1." r " V -- f ? i ff Tt J3- - ' fS, i Who can think; of tome flmpX. uurg to ixuenir Prefect yoor Idea; they- my bring you wealth. Patent Attor-tr-i, WrM JOHN WEDDEKB&RN & CO,L8U) prUe offer Wublnsuta. D. C, for their Bdltat of two hundred InrenUoti wasted. MM I G0LP STANDARD ROBBERS. of peace and a lead color in case of AL.L. WOME.PJ war. Chicago Dispatch," Should know that tho costs $500 every time one of tho It The United States is the fifth naval -OUTlnio'Txinodr, Advocates of the gold standard will power in the world. The navieu of big guns on board a ship is fired. Tho Brooklyn and New York are our endeavor to nlako the raising of a war Great Britain, France, Russia and fund an excuss for the issue of gold Italy ranb ahead in the order named. armored cruisers. & Sailors are paid from $0.50 to $12 50 bonds. Railway. United Stated are Germany and the per month and board. There is more in this proposition thau about tied. An act of Congress in 1872 abolished appears upon its face. To be sute, bond Our preEont effective fighting forco fin Effect March 1, 1837. buyers would prefer to purchase gold consists of four battleships of the first flogging in the navy. Tho American navy has practically bonds for tho reason that, as gold is DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. class, one battleship of the second constantly appreciating in value, they class, two armoured cruisers, eighteen all been built since 1883. EAST BOUND. A captain in the navy ranks with a secure this unearned increment in addi double- cruisers, fifteen gunboats, six a.m. p.m. e 30 3 0) tion to the interest; but, aside from all Lve Frankfort turroted monitors, one ram, one dvna-mi- colonel in the army. 6 320 Arc Elkhorn The oldest iron vessol is the Michi- that, the issuing of gold bonds would be 6 51 3 31 gunboat, one transport and eight Switter. S 7 02 Stamping Ground a long step on the part of the governgan, built in 1844. torpedo boats. 7 08 SS3 .. " Duvalls . 7 20 . t 15 Five battleships are now under con- ment toward the single gold standard. Georgetown... OIOT$ weighs nearly 12,000 tons, " The Iowa To tho host frrPM,'Trr.aMM. CorTOCtS all 4 33 8 00 Lre Georgetown. . And what does the gold standard irregularities In Kecialo Organs. Should be 4 42 Both tho method and results when S 12 .. . . and as twenty tons is tho average load struction. Arc Newtown 4 52 8 22 Centre ville- - .... mean? It means an appreciating doilar, taKcn ior IMCf e oi Liie ana ueiore stood the Syrup of Figs taken; it is cars is a Planters "0'd Tine" Reilei have 4 . Elizabeth 88 5 53 and refreshing isto the taste, pleasant of a freight car and twelve engine, it We have the only ram the test for twenty years. 10 8 40 and acts good load for a locamotive and an appreciating dollar means a fallParis Made only by KeT Spencer Medicine Co., Chat-ing market. Everything the dollar buys WEST BOUND. gently yet promptlyW the Kidneys, would takn 50 locomotives to haul the Uvaouga, Tenneiscc. a.m. p.m. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. is made cheaper as the purchasing meIJowels, cleanses the sys- great steel structure. 5 33 Liver and ... 9 20 . - .. .. Paris Lre 9 32 5 42 tem effectually, dispels colds, headArc Elizabeth The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. dium becomes dearer. The powder used is brown and in 5 4S Perrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. 93S Centreville r 9 48 5 59 aches and fevers and enres habitual It is the bitterest kind of mockery for G. White. Newtown. chunks the size of a caramel. A charge Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever 6 13 ... 10 00 Georffeto-rSyrup of Figs is the for the biggest gun weigh 500 pounds Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- gold standard advocates to talk about 10 40 633 constipation. Lve Georgetown 6 41 .10 53 Arc Duvalls. only remedy of its kind ever pro- and is hoibted to the breech by a der- blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, their desire to secure for this country 11 10 6 43 Stamping Ground imond Produce Alnnrnf 6 59 11 25 . duced, pleasing to the taste and ac- rick, the powder being sewed up in and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- "honest" money. Gold is distionest link' Switrer ...11 35 70S Elkhorn. ceptable to the stomach, prompt in burlap bags. 7 20 11 !W quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect money as it now exists, made dishonest Frankfort its action and truly beneficial in its Armor plates are tested by firing satisfaction or money refunded. Price by the very men who hypocritically talk by C. D. BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent effects, prepared only from the most steel projectiles weighing from ICO to 25 cents per box. For salo by Perry & about ''honest money." The money Ileported every Tuesday at noon and E. Deatherago & Co., Staple GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. agreeable substances, its 1,500 pounds at them from guns Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. lender gets rich on the appreciating dolhealthy and Frankfort, Kentucky. Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. many excellent qualities commend it charged with 500 pounds of powder G. White. lar, but the fanner, the merchant, the decl5-lto all and have made it the most and at a distance of about a city manufacturer, the laborer get poor. EGC fi to 7c in trade. &nd Ohio popular remedy known-Syru- p They get poor because they are robbed. MISTOOK HER NODS. BUTTEU -- Choice country, 12J20c. block. of Figs is for sale in 50 Their property is stolen from them by B EES V AX 2025c. Our battleships have a speed of cent bottles by all leading drug- about fifteen to seventeen knots an Congressman's DRIED FKUIT Apples bright, 5c Aunt Slept as he Drove the gold clique, just as actually as are at Winchester, Ky. Time of Trains gists. Any reliable druggist who hour. diamonds carried off by a burglar. "WOOL Clear grease wool, lG13c; Her Cruisers make nineteen to About Washington. may not have it on hand will pro- twenty-fou- r How can it be shown that the pro- hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 23c. WEST BOUND. knots, while the monitors 6 55 am ML, Sterling and Lexington Accom cure it promptly for any one who can travel only five to seven knots. CHEESE Country, 10c. 'Let me, wliile I think, of it, tell a re- ducers are robbed? Simply by calling 7 30 am Eastern Express for Louisville Do not accept any wishes to try 8 00 pm Morehead and Lexington Accom- bicgest guns in the navy are lation story told me by a new Congress- attention to tho fact that thegold clique TIMOTHY SEED S1.50S1 CO. The 4 50 pm New York Limited F. F. V substitute. TiO. forty-nin- e 3 CLOVER feet long, big enough lor a man from Ohio," writes "A Cabinet has legislated .value into tho purchasEAST BOUND. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ed, 40 BLUE GRASS man to crawl into; four feet in diame- Member's Wife," giving her "Inner ing medium. By its act the measure 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom... SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 11 58 am ter at their largest part and weigh Experiences," in the April Ladies' of value has been willfully enlarged and 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, New York Limited F. F. V. KEW Y0HK, H.X. KT. MUISY1UE. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom pure seed, $l(S$1.3o. Home Journal. "This is his first term the value of all property corresponding135,500 pounds or thereabouts. 9 23 pm Washington Express jan5-l- y BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. v There are six rear admirals m active in Congress. When he and his wife ly reduced. except Accommodation trains run daily There are many robbers in the United Other trains run daily. IRISH POTATOE3-50cSl.-23. service. The offices of vice admiral came to Washington early in October Through sleeping and dining car service to SHOULDER MEAT Gc. and admiral are unfilled, so tlrere is no they brought along an elderly aunt of States to day, but there is none so perNew York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations BACON 7 10c head of the navy excepting Secretary his wife's for a visit before the season sistant, sn Riipcpssfiil- nr k.t cTninnt f mm , K. HOOD, Agent L.AN.Ry call on or write Richmond, Ky. HAMS-81- 0c. began, as she was too deaf to enjoy so- Hie punishment of the lawn as tho "lion- long. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. nrr!fl cfroil. lnrrl tiui uuut 'Ui jjrfj guiu uiu iiiiii .. oil tnfo t irw A. C & O Ry.. Lexington. Ky. D Barnacles form on the hull of ahhip, ciety. One day ho took the old lady out net" By Old Established House 1 VVJ SVfT f?,( H'gh Grade Man or oman. impelling its speed. A six months' to drive in a high, open vehicle, called robbers. Vrf of good Church standing, to cruise will decreate the speed'of a ship here a trap. His wile was unable to go act as Manager here and do office work and SIXTEEN YEARS TEAM correspondence at their home. Business al15 per cent, and it must go into dry at the last moment, so the aunt mounted ready built up and established here. Salary behind, and he in front, as he drove His Wife Had Been a Chronic Invalid Cured $SJ0. Enclose stamped enveldock. ope for our terms to A. ?. T. Elder, General Sixty one merchant vessels belonc to himself. Being new to tho place they Manager. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. at Last. present schedule of Illinois Central RailThe apr6-3First Floor. road, in addition to shortening the time to the auxiliary navy. These ships are had hardly any acquaintances. Greatly Mr. J. T. Scott, Cherokee, Texas, iu Memphis and New Orleans. hasmadeif'Easier .subsidized and by contract must be to his astonishment, in a short time, as Thin Ever" to reach all joints in Arkansas, American and writing to Dr. Hartman, 6tatcd: "I Texas, Mexico. Arizona and California The sriven to the United States on demand. the drove along, people began to bow i. service t ith which the Illinois splendid train had kidney disease for about fifteen Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Some of the guns in the navy can to him from every side. He said that Cold As Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Plus. fire a shot t elve miles, farther than a for one short moment he saw himself a j'ears and had got so bad that I could European Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned hardly get about and could not perform i territory. man can see, for the guns are aimed great man, but at the same time his any kind of labor. 1 had tried quite a The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains The Ladies' Resfciurant is the and sighted by machinery. surprise increased, until he turned from Louisville to the South, also a weekly number of doctors and had taken near Tho amount extended by tho navy round to express his astonishment to Tout lit Car for California, Pullman finest in the city. ly a wagon-loa- d of patent and propriet9 25pra every Thursday Lve Louisville his auut Priscilla, even if he had to This is the grateful exin 8 If am Arc Memphis Fridav. ladies departmentlarger 1897 was .34,5G1,54G. shout, and in turning the mjstery of ary medicines, Lat continued to gradfor 7 45 pm Every convenience sum than has been This is a Arc New Orleans Friday pression of the thirsty ually grow worse. Also, my wife had 8 20pm Lve NewOrleansFnday spending' the day in the expended in any year since 1760. the bows was solved the old lady sat 45am Arc Houston Saturday been an invalid for about sixteen years, soul who tastes the liquids 4 45pm Arc San Antonio Saturday In a battle the wood work and all lost upright, sound asleep with her head and you doubtless remember when I city. 2 45 pm Arc Elpaso Sunday cooled by ice made from 9 2ipm Arc Los Angeles Mondav articles of wood or either stowed be fallen forward. Every lurch of the ve- wrote you about her, there was hardly 5 15pm Arc San Francisco Tuesday Gentlemen's Cafe on tlu3 men hicle bowed her head, and the people low or thrown overboard, lest pure distilled water by a day that she could sit up all day. Oflice floor. along the street were only returning evei be injured by splinters. Iktt is Tbc Trw Vuttr Cntt to CAfcrtk. the Richmond Ice Facto- We tried a great many remedies, but MUSIC: TneMlny, ThursThe origin of the navy department what they took to be her salutations. neither of us was ever benefited, only Sunday desiring to make a comfortable trip to day and Parties may be said to date from October 13, He spoke to her, but she could not the territorv mentioned will do well to comevening. temporarily, till we began taking your municate with R. H. Fowler, Traveling Passen1775. when Congress authorized the hear, so he turned about and drove iSirTree delivery, in any ger Agent, Louisville. Kj . and as instructed MULLIGAN, TH0S. A. home- When he stopped in front of in your equipment of two cruisers. Wm. Alfoed Keixond, A. G. P. quantitjT, and on short letters to us- - It has made a Lonisville, Ky. decl-l- v MANAGER. H. Haxsox. G P. A., The fastest vessels in the navy are the house she wakened up, and was healthy man of me; I never felt better notice. dec29-l111. Chicago, the torpedo boats Porter and Dupont, mortified to death." in my life and my wife is almost like a each of which can travel 27 5 knots an Thousands of sufferers from grippe different person, she is so much better. p hour. ft B. R. R. The is the most wonderful I. 4t Battleships cost from $2,500,000 to have been restored to health by One medicine I ever saw; for la grippe it Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures A good torpedo boat costs S3.750.000. Time Table No. 31, Taking Effect :un- cure. I known this and have had coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, over $100,000. MANAGER. V & my neighbor to try it." dav, December 3, 1S9G. Battleships are for heavy work; grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung Hundreds of similar testimonials disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. 2d Class. 1st Class. cruisers are for commerce destroyers; FOR'. may be tound in a little book entitled LOUIS L. LANDMAN, EAST BOCND. No. 1 fNo. 3 No. 9 , monitors are useful for coast defense. Ex Sun Ex Sun bun "Facts and Faces," which will be sent DELAYED. Two, SAc, oruacvo The Indiana could lie outside sjjudy C3vSSi3sai a free to any address by The A. M. P.M. A.M. aud. iVctvicxA bus.. CORRESPONDENCE. '$i. 6 52 10 22 5 25 Versailles Hook and throw shots Drug Manufacturing Company, Colum7 35 6 48 11 02 Nicholasville urnuinfl.J New York at the rate of four a 11 25 into 8 826 Vallev View bus, Ohio. V Mia ranted An Idea OUR NAVY IN BRIEF. Stfegflfes 6 2 i vp? 00llteiw IM. i m H E3 1 I" fijk 1 fc a &. " SP9 i Eiackti . J te sLU SNJOY l t l AMLMWW ww W aSa2yAfe W 'W, -- uua-Din- woai i w Ka-tahdi- n. ' esm - fi 7 9c . n, www. v. SSaMMsMmsiMStS1' GZMF&NKg!MHaR&Bi ser-ts-i- druggists, M -m i decS-ly- n -- ... l. 1 .e." 7- -:: - nBea608oee893c8a9eeace'ce(B M iiiiinn WM M y S co pfS ms& S co w . mit Rate?. (. CAU oo ) OaV.!!:t:::::::::?t ???!!?:::::::t:::::::::!:::.V.c Itfl - f- l-t W W v ..00 e0 9 -- t a Sight-Seei- flPW pr ?::::: oeo.. go- Bo yen need A Harrow, H a Plow,j l .Q 03 ...ae a & it Corn Planter, A Wagon, or otlier Ma -1 a SEED--$2.7o$- .."BARITONE" Z946L G9s SEED-Stripp- Sun-da- LOUISVILLE - trial 2:23.) "Bakitone" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred up to now because his produce out race and out sell the produce of any other stallion living or dead. Baron Wilkes sired Oakland Baron 2:091 "Bumps" 2:01 Baron Dale 2:11'4 Itubenstein 2:05 Nydia Wilkes 2:11 ' Rachel 2:03V Baronet2:ll1, Baron Rogers 2:00'i Baron Dillon 2:12 Red Silk 2:10 B?ron Crisp 2:12. 2:12 Bay Baron Baronmore l:lt, GO" OO" ) OO" o aWe are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware s:cvt3 and Tinware. Tin Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. i s O ..SA 90 0" ." '. 0eeeseeQaSSSsSeaeeessaerosoaoa8acooo '3 TAYL.OR..Bros. .;; I:::::::::?..:.:..:::::: o9 9 O O I I rS EASIER EYER. HOTEL ?? wmvu Brava2:ll ALL RACE RECORDS. And 11 others in the list and is as yet comparatively a young horse. "Baiitoxb" is a black stallion, snip nofe, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. tMa Enrinp. Tn eolnr. size and action he resembles his sire about as much as any colt he ever got, and has every thing in his favor that stock horse, it takes to make up a high-claviz.: SPEED, BREEDISGASD INDIVIDUALITY. ':Baritoxe's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22', and she the dam of Barodaisc2:2U.i at trial 2:23M by old, and "Baritone" Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in the great brood mare list. Notice that this colt comes from a great line of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts will go fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at time of service with usual return privilege or money refunded in case of failure. ss V m "As Ice." For Little People, Big People. Thin People, Old Isanti Young People, Rich People, Particular pie and People otherwise. We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k 11 A I M j in f 'J B, H. NEALE. - ry Pe-ru-- Man-a-li- n, P TFPi xr eff mado caT I'anufactuTing- r J Kubtcr ttazip3. tcnu id! i Prico List or uutur.3 to V - A-- A. 10 L J. W. Dorcan Co.. 121 E. Fayrtto St.. Baltimore, Md., U.3.A. Cataloguo free. r. thing in our line, if same is within the reach retail shoe dealer. We do not offer you S4 shoes for $1.9S. because w also know it cannot be done, hut cannot do so, and we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that 3'ou will pay i for elsewhere, and a shoe for S3 that you have paid S4 to get and 25 a pair for, simply because we want 3'our mone3,s worth. 3-- ! i ffi 11 y H (LaW aTvi tuaxruuc out Saub 'dcotc ouiuvi cscxdv&tb. fi 1 All druggists bell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. R. N. & B. vemt i t ml i im m T- Pe-ru-- is-s- ure David R. Tevis, -- I t-- Freeman BroSo, FARM" L FOR H Phone, Xo. 21. First Strf et. jsj Pe-ru-n- 1,200-poun- d GO Million 11 41 8 13 P. M. Moberley. Brassfield Panola 12 12 12 12 13 16 11 58 830 850 9 15 30 Irvine 35 1 05 2 10 00 10 05 10 25 1 49 Four of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United btates. Losses paid promptly. minute. VALLEY VIEW. 1135 AO. 4 i0. west bound. Ex Sun Ex Sun Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles !u. 8 Ex Sun P. M. .... Ao. Ill Ex Sun A. M 11 1 1 In the Prudental, jou are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we apaiu pive the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. Je2-l- y Irvine A. M. , P. M. 1 25 1 50 1 55 2 09 2 12 2 25 3 10 3 25 3 50 4 48 55 05 20 1 15 261 Second Up Stairs. Street, M- - ' 6 05 6 20 6 34 6 58 7 50 2 15 3 50 4 IB 5 00 6 35 I THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Disnatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. iA.SI.IP. M. Long Troubles and Constimplon Cured. Can be An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Oar Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, thioat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of Sesh, and all conditions of wasting awav. irM send THREE FKEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thousand i roin those cured in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical exper chest and lung trollies lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer-- L. & Sf. R. R. K. 0. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7, 1S9G. lv. jlixprehS for Cincinnati, akv a. m. Il'ans Mavsville, Win- - r. m.' jchesler and until Icim-iniiiit- Lexington Paris, Mays-r- 6.20 7.20 . m. vill 2.00 1.05 11.43 m. 1.15 li.-o- a. 3.19 iLndon,Jcllico,Knoxville Fat line for Cincinnati,! r. m. 3.19 Paris Winchester. 11.43 p m. Rowland. Lancaster andl a. m Wincli ester and 1.00 :xiuion mail. I vmji-to- n, London, Jel- . Pineville. 12 55 Fa.it line for Livingston, a. m. Stanford. 10:10 Rowland, Lancaster and' 7:30 iStanford. 7:05 For lather particulars call on or address, Telephone 78. KUP2R HOOD. Agt. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. UN' ItKNTUlKY I tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan tage of his generous proposition. 1'iease ten tne uoctor tnat you saw nis oner jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. Ta&imw.&ii&w&i'm: .ilul TAvrnoiiMv F. in filtect Dm. I O. 18B7. Ar S Ar I.JIsvllIn fiv4illi- icliirllle. x a . ... 7. Ar Ar f. Ar Ar Ar Ar .. WKvriwti'Mi VimhII-s- . -i SI.HInil!r. IHii tllli- ....... No. 1. No. 5. "7 45am 4(ftpm 7 45pm U.llani 5.40pm Olttpra lO.mnm 63cipm P SOptn liLSIam IVftSpin ID.OWpm iu5Tani 7.2Upm' 1035pm No-- 4. No. C Ho. 2. 4.40am RUBm 4.4fipmi Mltara K.25aiii 5.10pm 5.21am 5.59pm . G Uba lOfiUam 7.30pm '.-T- Sal The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRSCTURE Thousands of r nml miJillQ.aiml menare troubled wiihthi3uUcarc many uncousciocFiy. iiity ma; ba o a smart-in- c sensation, small, tirisline stream. fi sharo cuttine rains at times, ri charge, diCculty in commcccins, weak LO onrans. emission', and oil tho Fymntoros fj' of nervous debility they havo KlIUC- fr i ui.t. iron i let uoctorx experum nt on you, by cutting, ftrctcbicg-- or tearirg you. Train No 1. 2, 5 and 0 carry tion ("lulr Itars. KASTlumNM Niv13. iNo ll. 7.2T.hii ii. Pm Observa- wrsTBOUKD. STTATIOKS. f t NoTjilNoli. 4.lPpm 7.30ara 4.uspiiw v.atira WESTPOCNP. No. I5.ltNo.CJ.j RTATIONsT No. 16.itNo.ra- I 4 ifinm 7 iuml.v Loulsvtl Ar lCL50am, 7.30pm Ki:.lanilArllr.n.lsbgAr 7.ipin miimlAr lluixin.. Lv, 4Kpni 7 4'uin Lv Loulivll Ar 7Jepmlltt50ara r.3iiiiiM0 (tkim.Ar LarncbrgAri 5.fl&nml 8.20am hneiDvii Vrnilles II Xmin Ar Midway 7 4Jpiiili2.ipmiAr Goorgtn m MjmiAr aMii lailumlAr t:c!iiii 7 15pm! Ar 7.35am 3.38pm Lv 7.05tun 3.00pm Ar 75pm Ar v.ifam S.pm nbsorbn the stricture tissue; iii::jcruE3uii:3iiu;Mrjciuruicrmaneniiy. It can never return. Kopain.cornCer-P- S ins, no detention from business by our lye meinou. j.uoscxuaiorga.nFiireslreiigtb-encTI.o lien cs aro iu i;oratcd. and the bliss of manhood rctnms. d. ihiswilinntcnrevnu.asitwill return. Our KIZW MblilOD TRKAT-ilEX- T Those artists who show smoke in I'EltSO.VAL. their pictures of naval battles are Dr. Elmer Northcutt was in Lexingwholly wrong. Smokeless powder is ton last Friday. used. Misses Mona and Lucy Prather spent All of the cruisers are named in Sunday in Richmond. Judge Nathan Day, of Jackson, was honor of cities, and the battleships, except the Kearsage, in honor of here last week on business. Rev. 0. J. Young made a business States. The "grog" ration was abolished in trip to Lexington Monday. Victor R. Beck and Roy Allen made 1S03, and since then the crew has been a trip to Lexington Monday via Nichoforbidden to drink while on duty. lasville "awheel." .Marines are the police on board iiiirriis. ship. Originally they were employed Recruits continue to arrive in this to prevent mutiny among the sailors. section. A little soldier arrived at Pete The guns of a battleships can carry Berryman's the 6th inst., whose war from six to twelve miles, hurling a cry is silenced when barricaded by the breastwork of American liberty. A shot weighing half a ton. Confederate of the above soldier arrived GO per cent, of the men en- at Brack Perkins' the 7th inst., in the Only listed are Americans, and a smaller form of a girl baby. HEARD AND SEEN IX VALLEY VIEW. per centage yet are native born. That E. L. Haden is dead gone on a Projectiles thrown by naval guns are shaped much as the bullets shot parrel of "Land." H II. Land is dangerously ill at his by tho ordinary rifle. home near here. A big battleship has on board an Asa result of whistling "Hot Times electric plant capable of lighting a in the Old Town Hamilton town nf 5000 inhabitants. R. Smith's hp was considerably burned. Jay Ell Ess. The boilers of the Iowa have a heat ing surface of eight acres and hold COLLEGE HILL. thirty tons of water. Great Britain has 294 torpedo boats Prof. C. F. Brock, of Newby, visited and torpedo-boa- t destroyers; Uncle his parents Inst week. Sam has only eight. The general talk for the past week men has been war and bmall pox. Five hundred and twenty-siand forty officers are required to man James Hamilton and family, of Richmond, are visiting relatives here. the cruiser of Kew York. JMiss llattie jUcrunney opened a Battleships are covered with aimor of nickel steel from five to seven school at the Fork school house Monday. inches thick. Rev. Wyatt preached a very interest We have four annoued battleships ing Easter sermon at tne M. .b. cuurcli the Indiana, Iowa, Massachusetts Sunday morning. Mr. Win. Scudder, of Red House, and and Texas. A submarine torpedo boat, to be Mr. W. S. Brock, of this place, visited relatives known as the Plunger, is now under Sunday. in Clark county Saturday and construction. The school society will meet at this At present the total enlisted force of place Friday night with an interesting l the malitia is 3,870 officers and program on the suoject oi patriotism Everybody is invited men. Behind the heavy armor there is a PAJST0LA. padding of either corn pith or cocoa husks. s aro opening up all The ships are painted white in time round. Preaching at Speedwell Sunday morning next. Snow Balling. About one It is whispered that there will be a young woman matrimonial venture here soon. in ten nowa There will be a few peaches yet. In days would dare to run out fact all buds of all kinds which were not bare headed open at, lime of freeze were not killed. j I and bare hand Fanners are getting behind with their ed and frolic work owing to rain and snow. Wheat and snow ball in midwinter. looks well and oats and clover are damThey have to aged but little here x na-aSunday-school- said: "(jod loves a brave man, and it is right for good people to pray for a brave man wneu he is iu danger. There is a brave and good man in danger and I hope eveiy one in this congregation will pray for his safety. I refer to Gen Filziiugh Lee. In my opinion, if war is declared before (Jen. Leo leaves Havana, his life will not be worth a pin." It was an impressive scene when tho big congregation bowed their heads in silent prayer for this noble man. ht, Priest's Praters For General Lea. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2Cth, 189S, The Rev. Father T. S. Major, who was brought up a Presbyterian, and returning every second Wednesday of each Glasses adjusted to all fought iu tho Confederate Army, and month. vision at popular prices persons of deI ebl6-lwas once pastor of tho Catholic Church fective now in charge of tho in Richmond, is church at Frankfort wnere he Is doing a good work and is highly respected by all At the opening services lately lie A y. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at w mmmmm Y(HT WILL FIND THE BEST OF private sale; situated at WHITE'S county. - STATION, one-thir- rr err-- ASSORTMENT f Estray Hog! on the waters of Silver Creek. It i well watered. There is no better land in Madison ing and paying all charges. feb9-t- f A black Bpotted sow came to my place, on Linden street, about Jannary 15, and has since been fed by me. Owner can have same by call- It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash TERMS Sale will be made balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, m JOE BUSH. address feb3-t- Geo. D. White, White's Station, Ky. f HAWORTH and XT AUDIYEE DISC HAREOWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. - THE SOLOIER PRIEST. . .... HE PAYS THE The "Tattlei" says in The Louisville Times: "Father Tom Major, who prayed for Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, at Frankfort tho other night, was one of Morgan's rough rulers during the civil war. There was no bolder or more dashing horseman than he and he might have served 8 a prototype of d'Artignan in the 'Three Guardsmen.' Some years ago as Gen. Basil Duke sat in his office a gentleman came in garbed as a Catholic clergyman. He ddressed Gen. Duke and asked if he remembered him. The General looked at him and, though there was something familiar about his visitor he could notlocite him. They talked for a while and the caller recounted several anedotes of past times which showed he was eu rapport with the affairs of the war. Finally Gen. Duke stared at the visitor, and then recognizing him all of a sudden, said: Why, it's Tom Major! Rut what are you doing in clerical dress?' He could not lealize the fact that the dashing cavalryman had become a servant ot the Lord, and his astonishment at the recognition was ludicrous. Father Major is now one of the most popular clergyman in the State and wherever he goes he is as warmly welcomed by the Protestants as by those of his own faith. He is a genial, lovable man, and there was something touching and most loval in his prayer for the son of his great Confederate chieftain." FREIGHT. . . . YOU -- 12SrnmunAKiOT dawp Mirs LOUpUSVnOl I1HJ a PAY FOR THE . . . DRINKS. iSSSSSSSS'SSSSSSSSiSS&SSS Phone 3. Second St. RICIIMOND, XT. Af.nNTS to sell our rrlntinfr WANTED Vulcaniicrs, Itairgago and Key Cnccks.Stceland UubberStamps. Seal Presses. StencAS. &c. J. F. W. JDORMAN CO., 1M1 E. FayetteSt., Balto.,Md. Catalogue tree FREE: Sao.oo Vi GOLD, r $ CF Blcycle.Oold rVatcn.uuunona g, WnKf or a Scholarship iu Drautrhon's Practical Business .College, Nashville, Tenn., or Texarkana. Ter.. or a schol arship in most any other reputable business college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by doing a little work at home for the Youths journal. Advocate, an Illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with Interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., NashvUlc, Tenn. Mention this paper. All kinds of Single and Double Shovel Plows and all kinds 5 of farm implements at the S W closest and "best prices at -- m Successors to Shaclceliord & Gentry, Y fbl vJ'l-a.iA- tl People y Roofing, Guttering and General Job Work. wmm E. "W. Jones XAME .' Richmond, Ky. THEeSamn Co ! angl8-l- y YRUP PEPSiM CURES CONSTIPATION.il CALDWELL'S UE SMI ONE OF TWO WAYS. t Southern Mutual Investment OF LEXINGTON, KY, COST. 10 50 Read Thi3 means pain, danger and possible death for 6omo wives. For others it nmns practically no discomfort at nil. There is no reason why childbirth should be a period of pain and dread. Several months before a woman becomes a mother she should prepare herself for tho critical ordeal. There is special redem:ption. Lithia Jones E. A Goode Sylvia Snddith Goode &Co D. Vff LJA It in fflek- - k; 4.15pm "ThflnRMitls of vnnrif pnd ?TiitMlfVflirril men are having tbeir sexual i?nr and ntalitr cantinuallv Fanned bv tnis out-case. They arc frequently cuconscious 'f the cause oftheso symptoms. Ucneral Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Manhood. NervouFness. l'oor Memory. Irritabihtyat time-- Smarting Sensation. Hunken Ljres, wiih dark circles. Weak Bak, Uencral Depression, Lack of Ambition, Varicocele, bhrmiVen Parts, rts. OLEFf and 6TIUCTUKE laavbeticciu-c- . Don't consult family ' - WESTBODKD. r.ASTIUIUMI. 6. tNo. g. tWn. 1. iNo. jCi" stations. 7.45.nnl 4 IKpmlLv Loulsvll Ar la&Oam Lr VersUes Ar lasiui &52pm ArNlchlviU A" 75am 4.40pm 6.56am 3.50pm llithimi 7.pm IIJpra, &2Upm ArKlchmndLv 0.06am SJSpni 1.25pm l.osptni Ar Irvine Lv I No. 1. 1 No. 3. ; statiox.'C 7.45am 7.45pm Lv Ixmlxvillc .. 10.55am 10.35pm Ar Leiinzum 7.10pm 7.45am Ar Knoxviflr L3Uam 1.15pm Ar Avlioville ........ 6.00am Ar Savannah.... ........ B.10am Ar Jacksonville...... Snpm &O0am Ar trlmuinoojfa ia40pm 1.10pm Ailnnia Ar 1.05am ........ Ar Maton .. 8.45am Ar JarkhonriUe Lv Chattanooga ...,. 0.10pm 8.15am 10.05pm 12.50pm Ar ISkmlnzliam 3Jam V.50pm Ar Meridian .... .... .... ,. 8.30am 8.30am Ar New Orleans... dip ... ........... ................ ................ ......... .......... ..... i.i theso fpceial diseases don't allow IV fcrrf (iaaeks to experiment on FXs oecialists.wboli.ivemulo . Dine2.csof McnaudAi'umcn, iM METHOD 'XUKATMKXT trill porf- - fa lively cure you. uno taousana uoilars Kj for a case trs ncctpt for treatment and ip' cannotcurc. "cnnjraoJcratof jrac-r- c. I Sa carries Free Chair car Louisville to Lexington, there connecting with Solid Vestibule Taln carrying' Pullman Sleeping Car to JarlMnvlllc via Chattanooga; also to New 1 Or-Ua- nv ra No. 3 carries "Pullman Sleeper Louisville to Cbauannoea, also Lexington to Jacksonville via I lot Springs, Ashevillc. and Pullman Untoa Sleeper Lexington Ui New Orleans. IDoily except Sunday. A. WHtoojr. P.&T.A S.T.Swirr,P.&T.A., Louisville, Ky. LejriagtoB, Kr. W. IL G Rrn, Gen. Sapv. 3. M. Cotj, T. M Washington, D. C. Washlagum. D.C. WM.H.TATXOX.A.G.PA. Wo treat cure: KMISSI0KF. VAUICiiCELK, SYIMITLT8. GLKKT. KTRICTTIRR. TMPATIJVPV RirnTlPT KPvAIKS UNKATrRALPTSCUAlWS- ES. KTDNKY -l RLAT'DEtt CO'Sin,TATIOV FRP.E. TiOOHR FREE If tmbl to call, write for 01'E.STTON BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. r-n- D;w. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. ? ZX2S. ; m iWi iwx women enjoy perfect health and strenih of the special womanly organism. A woman who is not well and strong .locally cannot enjoy good general health. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures all weakmiss and disease of the delicate and important organs concerned in wifehood and motherhood. It is the most perfect and scientific remedy ever devised for the peculiar nil. ments of women. It restores womanly power, strength and virility. It tones and builds up the nerveswhich have been shattered by suffering and disease. It corrects all irregularities and derangements and stops exhausting drains. It restores wetk, nervous invalids to perfect health. It is intended for this one classof disorders is good for no other. It is the discovery of Dr. R. V. Pierce, for thirty years chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Ko other known medicine can takelts place. "I have been troubled with female weakntss that my physician called catarrh of the womli," writes Miss Tean Conner, of Catfish. Clarion C3., Pa. "I doctored Xor it and did not get betuir. .At last I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's Favonte PretcripUon. I got better right along and when I had taken four bottles was cured. I recommended the 'Favorite Prescription' to a friend of mine. She has been using it and thinks it is wonderful." Constipation is a little illness'' that if neglected builds a big one. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure conatipatioe. One little "Pellet" Ha. entle laxative and WW SCWrWCf W flipf. a-a- their grandmothers did. The trouble lies in the fact that too few - be muffled np e like .flowers before they dare venture out in severe weather, and even then would shuddtr at the thought of rollicking in the snow as hot-hoas- STATION CAMP. Estill County. I have rented for 1893 the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nico cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my oflice over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARBISH, jan28-t- f Attorney and Agent. The recent frosts have killed the fruit in this vicinity. Mrs. Bruce Scott, who has been quite sick, is convalescing. Miss Nanuie T. Wilson, of Wagers-villis visiting her sister, Mrs. Bruce e, Scott Little Hugh, son of Ir. and Mrs. W. U. Wilson, was painfully though not seriously burned last week Joe Wilson, who has been visiting relatives and friends here, has returned to Indianapolis, Ind. Mr Wilson had not yisited his native heath for thirty-fiv- e years. It is rumored that ere many days one of Station Camp's bachelors will lead to the altar a fair bride. His brother bachelors should not be dhcouraged at this but learn as aid he, To he up and doing, "With a heart for any fate ; Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor and to wait. years makfes a generation. That is how long Adophji Fisher, of Zapesville, 0 suffered from, piles. He was cured by using three. Itoxes of De- Witt's Witch? Hazel Stlve.j Douglas &" I Winee, nMNt. Thirty-fiv- e ij r k.! tion made which is intended for this Ths name of this wonderful preparation is purpose alone. a prepara- ioffier's Friend. 'Zte? Hs m if the mediate relief every time. 1 think it an remedy is usd excellent remedy. during the whole period of pregYours very truly, nancy. It is tho 9 Geo. W. Rilev. only remedy of the kind in tho world that is endorsed by physicians. $1 per bottle at all drug stores, or sent follow Wrisht'B Celerv Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To cerned in Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: childbirth, and Geubs I have purchased a box of takes away all Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. danger and Middelton, druggist, and used them for nearly all suffer- Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constiing. Best results pation and found that they eavo me im- distension, gives elasticity to every organ con. cles and relieves the Of the mus- It relaxes ternally. a liniment Wanted-f- in Idea to be apPmtivt Tnnr IdMut! thMr mar brlnrr you wealth. explied Write JOHN WKDDEKBURK & CO- - Patent Attor- UE(). W. RlbEY ners. WMblngton. D, C. for their 11.800 Drtie offer and list of two hundred InvesUons wanted. Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSmVEliY CURE AJAX ?tafl ii ffj S v J by mail on receipt of price. Free Books con taining invaluable in formation for all women, will be sent to anyupon application to ad-dre- The BradffeM lT h u -- i j v3 r. 'i i AtHte.8. i 7wyrv RfMtr Co! '" , il I Vt I Tl.t " - 6 i A "" T ." , . If f, W '11- I 4 I". foeAWl8YcS.tS ,' nit bi, Biohmmd, II orr, Impotencr. HlaapleMneea, etc, ranted br Abuse or other Exceeaes aad India oration, unty oukhuv ana urtls ruwore IaaA Vitality lnolle.Tminff.uiii Qt a man forstadr, bttriootn or mmrriagA. Prevent Insanltr and OcmsBmBtfoa it talomi In time. Their use shows immddi&tA fmnmva. nie;u end eoeess a uuilK wnere ail otter ril. In. sfetrepoa h.rlnic the gsanine AJax Tablet . Tber htv ere tseosaBas ana m u core roa. ns it! written BBerantes to eeTect a ear: CA PriMmf1 eaeAeaaeor r!&d th BaetouiM or ftix tifeflm (fall tTMfcnMcitl f Ky, by 4k I The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any form ot disease except by one or two ways. The first way is from imperfect action ot the kidneys. The second way is from carelefB local treatment of other diseases. OEZEF CAtJSE. Unhealthy urine ,from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder trouble?. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or d'sease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of and very close to the bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is often, by mistake, attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some Bort. Ttie'error i3 easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set your urine aside for twenty-fou- r hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder, trouble. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's Swauip-Koo- t, the exeat kidney and bladder remedy, 13 soon realized. If you need a medicine yon should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, upon receipt of three stamps to cover cost of postage on tho bottle. Mention the Climax, and send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinjjiamton, N. Y. The proprietors" of this 'paper guamutee the geniUBenees of this offer. two-cent H.-- Lexington, , ' ADDRKSS. ' " " " Ky . . " " " B. Goodo Rev. Jos. Courtney G. M. Asher Gooiie&Co .... - " -- r' 4: " " " " 4 " " t . .... .... ... .... .... .... - . .$10 . . . . 46 D.B.Jones " . " ' ...... . -- . . . . .,. .- - .. s ." " " " ' ' . . . 46 46 50 45 46 46 50 ", " '"" " Goodo & Co D.B. Jones E. B.Wrenn '' D.B. Jones G. I. Spill.nan D.B. Jones G. R.Spillman - " - LeiinKton. Danville, " " " ' Danville, " ' .".- - i . " Kabi Y'ounp: . . . Hon VT. C. G. Hobbs Sallie Robbins . J. JH. Baker Mrs J. I. Bright -- . . Smith Morris.-- 4on8r J. D:.PnrceIl "J ....'...,.. . - ..'.,.. . - NUMERAI. Iouisvillo, Kv . . . . $27 50 . .$ 61 85 . . . .'27 59 . 6185 Luxington, ' Louisville, 26 50 . . 5941 . Loxington, " 21 50 . . 47 3S Lonisville, Lexington. " .... .... .... " ... ".... " . . " .... " .... ' .... " .... " .... -- 0. . . . . . 43 50 . . 45 50 45 50. . . . . . 45 0 . . . . . . 45 50 . . ... .... . 46 .. M. . 50 .. . 50. . 50 .. .. .. .. .. ... 50. 50. .$114 VAtri: C 114 132 132 132 129 132 132 132 123 129 129 129 00 00 00 C) 00 tJ ) CO CO U) CO 00 (0 VZ9 00 45 50 44 45 50 44 50 . 42 . . 44 44 43 43 . . 43 43 50 . . 43 50 .. .. 50 . . 50 50 50 . . 10 0 50 . . 116 (O 125 129 00 129 (0 126 00 126 CO (0 50 . . 123 CO .. . 123 00 123 00 123 00 123 00 " . . . j ' Cumberland Falls, .... .... .... .... ... . Ky SI-365 26 26 22 26 50 50 50 50 . . .... . 5941 .59 41 9 76 59 41 Profit W A Over Cost" 2.S7S 43 ?3'3 8 Mrs, A. T. Million, Local Agent, BICHMOND. KENTUCKY. fana6-l- y A SMITH BOWMAK, Sbct'T, Lexington, K:f. DR. 7r t SYRUPAlDVCUU'S'i U Hewn & tS.II i i . W 1 .U' . v- eun - .. 5- i V- " met. IE CiLIMAX. 11 - 5LIN 2.