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BICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, County Court Days. -- i TOLUiYLE XL Paris, IJourbou county, first Monday. Kidimond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1898. GOOD ADVICE TO BOYS. NUMBER 47. Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE tie Effects of Tobacco. mm don BY NAtniAXIKL SBWBLL, of m mmmi GorAPBIL 11. Stanford, Lincoln countv, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, tliird Mon, day. , Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. Nicholabville, Jessamine county, tliird Monday. Jottings From The Lecture of General John B. at Stanford. JB., IN LONDON KESTDCKIAN, Winchester, .Monday. Vert-aille- Clark countv, fourth wood ford county, fourth Monday. RUBBED IT IN. 7 young tacn teal ways Icjurlous and J undoubtedly shortens liro materially. Mr. Ed. C Ebsen, compositor on tho Contra-Cost- a. Sews, Martinez. CaL. writes; "I havo used Dr. Miles EestoraUvo Kcrvlno and received much benefit from It-- I was troubled nervousness, dizzy spells and sleeplessness, caused by tho uso of tobacco and stimulants. I took Dr. Miles' Kcrvlno with coed results, allaying tho dizziness, quieting tho nerves, and enabling mo to sleep and rest, proving la my caso a very beneficial remedy " Dr. Miles' Kcstorativo Nervine Is especially adapted to restoring tho nervous system to Its normal condition under such circumstances. It soothes, heals ana strengthens. 33RP! Dr. Miles' Ecmodlcs 4' ur. aro sold by all drug-Cis- ts 'I JVIU2S' under a positive puarantee, first bottlo benefits or money re-Restores funded. Book on disHealth eases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, DE. MILES MEDICAL CO, Elkhart, Ind. mar-vclou- sly In ffi r4IIE cxccssIto uso of tobacco, especially v The Value cf Newspapers Mediums. as Advertising Nervine: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATrOP.TSTS. W. In tho course of r. responding to the toat of "The Press" at tho annual dinner of tho Commercial Cluh of Kansas City, Col. Milton A. McRae told tho follow ingstories to prove that the newspaper is the best advertising medium: A colored minister once went to New York to purchase some liMiin buukx for hi.--, cliuicii. lie was haull up with tho lno'k-rmethodb o. i:dertiiiir, but he wished to buy 100 hymn books. He was shown some of the ordinary grade, but was told by tne publisher that if he could ute some tixiiin books with a little advertising theiein, he could give him a red on all books he duction of wished to purchase. This eecmed to please the colored preacher, and he said he would take them. The following Sunday, when his congregation was singing a hymn, one-thu- A little more than thirty years ago this nation was severed in twain, and muskets spoke the sentiments of its people, while swords cut the cords that bound together fathers, sons and brothers. Now, the North and South are one in prosperity, love and peace, and their noble sons who, thirty-od- d years ago, spilt the blood of hatred, now stand with hands clasped on the same field and proclaim "forgiveness and good will to all." Among those battle-scarreveterans, who vere fierce in war, gentle in peace, and patriotic ever, there is no one living who presents a nobler record, who commands d to-da- y he was somewhat surprised to her them sing the third verse, or what was inserted in place of the tliird verso cf the hymn, which read as follows: Hark! the herald angels sing, Ueecham's pills, they are the thing Peace on earth and nicrcy mild Two for man and one lor child. MILLER. J. Atto a Kentucky. RicnuovD, I remember another story which Office in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. serves to teach a lesson that tho daily newspaper is the proper place in whith jrv-ajs- r. to advertise. It seems that :i man named Jackson was engaged in the manufactuie of plug tobacco, and used Attorney-at-La, to advertise some in the daily newspa- - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, pers, but al&o on dead walls, etc. stj: more national resp.ect, and who is more willing to lay aside the "bloody shirt" and be a citizen true to his country, than Gen. John B. Gordon, Commander-in-Chie- f of the Confederate Veterans of the United States. His lecture on "The Last Days of the Confederacy," which he delivered all over the eountiy a few years ago, brought him fame as a lecturer. His last lecture, which he is now delivering, is on "The First Days of the Confederac'," and is a model piece of workmanship from a great mind. Gen. Gordon is an orator. He speaks not in dry,-col- d figures of rhetoric, but bends and twists the English language at will till it fits the hearts of his hearers. He speaks from real life from experience. His delivery is good, his expression is better. When he tells of a battle, you see the smoke rising, hear the boom of cannon, the rattle of the musketry, and see the conflict waging hot. "When he tells of a death on the field, you hear the dying moans, see a letter or a locket in the soldier's hand, and hear him murmur the names of loved ones as he drifts onward to eternity's shores. When he speaks of his wife (which is often) you see a lovely woman with tender, expressive eyes, and a loving face. He depicts character paints pictures upon which we gaze with rapturous delight, for they are true to life. Gen. Gordon is a gallant soldier, a deep statesman, a brilliant orator, an honored man throughout both North and South and, above all else, a true, patriotic citizen. STORIES OF GENERAL GORDON AND THE LOST CAUSE. - You aro learning a trade. That is a good thing to have. It is better tljan gold. Brings always a premium. But to bring a premium, the trade must be perfect no silver plated affair. When you go to learn a trade, do so with determination to win. Make up you mind what you will be, and be it. Determine in your own mind to be a good workman. Have pluck and patience. Look out for the interest of your employer thus you will learn to look out for your, own. Do not wait to be told eyerything. Remember. Act as thongh you wish to learn. If you have an errand to do, i Absolutely Pure start off like a boy with some life. Look about you. See how the best workman in the shop does, and copy after him. Learn to do things well. Whatever is ROTAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. worth doing at all is worth doing well. Never slight your work. Every job you PLOT HAS "THE HORRORS." do is a sign. Ifyou have done one in ten minutes, see if you cannot do the next "The horrors of the "War," says Sen- in nine. Too many boys spoil a lifeator Piatt, "cannot be exaggerated." time by not having patience. They There is some mystery about this work at a trade until they see about one-ha- lf ot its mysteries and then strike for So loni; as the syndicate was active and hopeful the higher wages Act as if your own interest horror-holinj:" had to bo kept up and jour employer's wero tho same in order to make people believe that Good mechanics are the props of society. the syndicate was striving to ward off Ttiey are those who .stick to their trades Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and dellclotu. TALKING ABOUT TAXES. mi POWDER peaee-at-any-pri- w desolation from w One day, while walking along a stieet overlooking a steep hill, the wind blew oil his plug hat, which II. B. HOGG, rolled over the hill down a 6teep precipice. Crawling to the edge of ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kentucky. the precipice he looked down, and Richmond, there beheld a huge billygoat chewing his flue plug hat, ai.d eating the rim Office No. 13 First St., up stairs. olf. Exasperated beyond measure, he yelled at the goat, which simply turned J. C. & D. M. CLTENAULT, his head upwards, but kept on eating ATTORNEYS AT LAW, the hat. Following tho direction of Kentucky. the goat's eyes, he beheld in large letRichmond, ters painted on the side of the rock, Office on Second street, over Chen-auk'- the words: "Chew Jackson's Plug." grocery. It is said from that time on Jackson used the columns of the newspapers PSYSICIA1TS. steadily. Office over Tavlor's Hardware store, posite Court House, on Main Street. op- 31-3- 0 Bull Run. Gen. (then Captain) Gordon and his wife were standing together, he just ready to start to his post of duty in battle, when she looked up into his face and asked: "Husband, do you think 3ou can stand it?" "I don't know, wife; I must either stand it or run." Her answer came quick: "Husband, I pray God that no harm may befall you. The first great battle of the conflict had begun. Can non were booming and muskets were rattling- on the field of s But go; don't run!" He went into the battle and didn't run, either. "Those words," says Gen. Gordon, "clung to me and inspired me in many a bloody conflict during the following four years. . My wife loved me, but she had rather seen me die like a soldier than run like a coward" Gen. Gordon says that he believes in presentiments. He remembers several men who had presentiments saw when, how and where they were going to die, and they died just as the' had foreseen. He says that he has never had but one presentiment, and that was one that he will never forget. Here it is: He had been doing some hard fighting, and had been in some very narrow places. One morning a strange feeling had taken possession of him. He could not account for it; but somehow the future opened to him and he sawT that he must soon die. Death was inevitable. Did it trouble him any? Well, naturally, it bore pretty heavily on his mind all day long. That evening an order came to him to storm a certain fortification of the enenry not faraway. The veteran General now smiles as he says that it almost took away his breath, for, to charge with his force upon that fort, would be sheer madness. It meant nothing short of certain death to the wThole force. But he had never failed to obey the cammands of his superiors, and now death in its most hor rible form wrould be preferable to cowardice and disgrace. The march was begun: the fort was reached and the final preparations for a bloody charge were made. Gen. Gordon went with set teeth and a determination to meet the death that he knew must soon come, like a true soldier. A wild rush, a mad dash, and they were inside the for tifications. The fort was jamhad med and crammed full of nothing. Every blue-coat misery and gaunt despair its native land. Hut now that war N, as Piatt admits, "inevitable," why keep on repeating this ridiculous nonsense? citiNot only is the common-sens- e zen unable to find "horrors," but also he is unable to find any "war." Tho only Spanish force that hold out any hope to our eager naval otllcers was the two cruisers Vizciya and Oquendo. which Spain removed to transatlantic safety, 3,400 miles away on the coast of Africa, as soon as the situation became grave. Now there is nothing that can make any sort of resistance in Porto Rico. And how much "horror" can be got out of the thought of the few little gunboats and the two small cruisers, both poornnd helpless, at Havana? As for land forces, does any one seriously anticipate resistance from the "army" of a few thoiiband half clad and ouths who avail nothing against the puny forces of the insurgents ? With Havana and San Juan blockaded Spain would not dare send over a fleet, because it could get no coal. Instead of talking about the horrors of a war with Spain, Piatt would do well to talk of the horror of permitting Spain to go unpunished for the 'Maine and to continue her unspeakable infamies upon the Cubans. And the Executhe Department, instead of indulging in heavy nothings about the "awful responsibilities" of performing a simple, comparatively easy and cer tainly imperative duty, would do well to think on tho "awtul responsibility" of sailing to compel Spain to atone for murdering our sailors. Remember the Maine! parrot-fashion half-growhalf-starve- d, half-arme- until they learn them. People always speak well of a boy who minds his own business, who is willing to work and who beeins disposed to bo somebody in time. Learn the whole of your trade. Exchange. Free Pills. Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particular' effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Lier troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their artiou, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels It is alleged that efforts are being made by the ways and means committee of Congress to find some way to raise revenue for war purposes without taxing the necessities of lite. This is a move in the right direction. It is said that the tax on tea and 3 cents on coffee will be abandoned. Congress will not put an import duty on these articles unless a countervailing tax is placed upon stocks now held. If that is done disturbances may be caused in the business world, as immense stocks are held, and it is reported that some of the large dealers would be forced to the wall if compelled to pay this tax. A New York firm informed tho committee that it wouldbe compelled to pay$25O,00O,which would entail great hardships upon it. Grocers and other mercantile houses have protested against this tac, and in response to their w ishes the committee is now considering many luxuries to supply the revenue expected from coffee and tea. It is now proposed to levy a tax of one cent per pint on mineral and bottled waters; two cents on domestic wines, and one cent per package on chewing gum. In addition the tax on telegrams it has been practically decided to tax express packages at the rate of two cents for each 25 cent package. Press dispatches will be exeerted, but commercial telegrams are to be assessed 1 cent for each 23 cent message. Dispatches from Washington say: "A story was circulated to the effect that bicycles were to be taxed $2 each, but a member of the committee is authority for the statement that no such proposition had been under consideration. Railroad tickets over 100 miles are slated for 10 cents each. An income tax has not been and will not be considered, as the committee i3 of ttie opinion that an income tax law cannot be framed which will be sustained by the Supreme Court, and nothing will be incorporated in the bill which might provoke a lengthy debate." 10-ce- nt S!:::: ' Everybody Knows-- , ziltZ fn:::s m " Our Spring Stock is now open and ready for inspection. PRICES We e WAY DOWN. Suits for Everybody. busy arransrina: our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. Hats for Everybody. Furnishings' for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. d Children like it.it saves thur lives. greatly invigorate tho system. Regular We mean One Minute Cough Cire, the size 2oc per box. Sold by Perry & infallible remedy for coughs, colds, Thomas' Druggist. Successors to W. O. croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all throat 2 White. and lung troubles. Douglas & Wines, TROPICAL WARFARE. )! "I' c tD r" 'Tin 7I THE "CABINET MEMBEVS WIFE.' '4. sn DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. - NEW YORK FASHIONS. -- Kentucky v Robin's ess blue and Nile green constitute one of the color combinations in ogue. Telephone at office and residence. Beats The Klondike. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Maryville, Tex., has found a more valuable discovery than has yet been made in the DR. H. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. Otnce in the Joe CCihnt building, 18 and ond Street, orer Wane .old drucstore. xo Sec17- - CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accused by Richmond Harness Co , East Main St., ce Richmond, Ky. apiv-l- y m JASPER, M. J) a Medicine and Surgery. on Collins Buildinc, MainStreet. Telephone nt residence (the Carr place) Office Broadway. --- Richmond, --- Kentucky. G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond, - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond, and residence on Second Street. DEtfTAi SUP.GSST. I DENTIST, The most stylish jackets have strapped seams. Zibelines and covert cloths fined shoals of purchasers they are stand-bfavorites. The toque is undoubtedly the Easter hat. The princcsse gown is here to stay awhile. d broadcloth composes may of the natty Spring coats. The plain elegance of the black stocking is yielding to bright plaided, striped and embroidered hosiery. Liberty silk, lace, mull, net and chiffon are all popular for formulating gauzy shoulder effects. Collarettes may be so adjusted as to evening bodtransform the one for daylight ice into appearances. A charming gown at Lord & Taylor's is of green bengaline, with a vest effect of gold embroidary on cream white sat in. There are circular shoulder caps ol the bengaline showing the same effect, both back and front, and trimmed with black vilvet bands, outlined with gold. bell skirt is sensible The seven-gor- e for washable materials and narrowsilks. The linings of fashionable skirts (which are usuallv separate) are seldom wider than four yaids. The fancy odd waist will reign indefinitely. It is too usuful and top convenient and becoming to be given up Evelyn Cable. without a struggle. y Biscuit-colorelow-necked Klondike, for years he suffered untold agony from consumption accompanied by hemorrhages, and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, he declares that gold is of little value is com parison to this marvelous cure, would have it even if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bronchites and all throat and Jungs affections are positively cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Trial bottle free at Perry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors to "W. G. White, Regular size 50 cents and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure or price " 2 . refunded. How Lish Beat The Newspaper Men. high-necke- d Ky. next door to Government 1Building, to . RichmSnd. Ky. Office hours- -9 to or Louisville, cc 12-- norl7-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son, next door to postoffice. jyR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. -- stomach Trouble Stomach trouble is the common name applied to a derangement of the system which is keenly felt but vaguely understood. It may mean inability to retain food or to digest it. It may mean nausea, pain after eating, fullness, inordinate craving for food, or entire lack of appetite. Whatever it means, there's trouble, and ifs with the stomach. If you have stomach trouble, you will be interested in this letter from a man who had it and was cured by Office, over Collins' Grocery, same office y lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Bnrgi: n. janl2-l- HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, W. Va., Eecom- - mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pabkersbueg, TV. Va., January 26, 1995. The "Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celerv Capsules since fcovem-be1894, and find them to be as recommended. I first beean taking them while at Hot Springs. Aik. under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatum. Liver ami Stomach trouble. Constipation which I found the had been s long sufferer. I great relief Celery Capsules gave me them the beginuing and have uwd unsoirom ever since. With pleasure, and licited, I recommend them "t any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. r, Ayer's Sarsaparllla trouble. I tried the aid of the best doctors of Philadelphia 3nd PitUfeurg, and spentr large sums of money, all in vain. One day Q-- , while "traiting a train in Bellaire, a,paper with a notice of Avers picked up gareaparilla. I got one bottle to try it It five did rne bo much good that I purchased more bottles. I took four of thea sad. rained in fieah, ray appetite improved, sad iowlcaneataaythisg. Mj stomach is a Sampa-rak-." right, thanks to the we of Ayer " For niae rears I suffered from etomach It is said that a born newspaper mau has no use for a secret except to nir it the first opportunity, but this was strikingly disproved tome Tuesday. A newspaper man was iu town Tuesday and I had a long and pleasant chat witL Mr. fled. E. G. Parrish, of Richmond, formerly of E. J. the Pantagraph, now Gen. Gordon bears many scars grim reminders of the Curley's distillery, doing located atUuclo duty for bloody conflict in which he so nobly iought for his convic- Sam in the Revenue Service. Mr. h tions and the people of the Southland. was inclined to be communicative At the battle of Malvern's Hill he was 5 times wounded. looked happy, talked of the Civil Sern war, of had received the fourth "wound and was walking down the vice, of the He cheering his men, when a bullet came whizzing along on politics, newspaper business, etc etc. line its deadly mission and struck him in the face. He fell for- But Mr. Parrish was possessed of a seward with his face in his cap and would doubtless have been cret of momentous import to him; we the one drowned in his own blood had it not been for the kindness of might say, guarded great secret of his w ell. He confes life, but he a very thoughtful yankee who had shot a hole in his cap pre- sed that ho fouud it it little "Jonesomo" a viously. down at the river especially at night The whole world seemed changed to him, but he believed and Suudajs and he was on his way himself still conscious. In his feverish imagination, he over to Richmond on a little business, raised his hand to his head and felt that the whole top of his but he made no sign, or gave no hint. head and brains had been shot away. This convinced him At 8 o'clock that night he was married seemed wonderfully strange to him to Miss Fannie Harcourt. I thought of that he was dead. he could think and reason when the organ or seat of in- course that the Pantograph boys would that a line did tellect was gone. "Wonderful, indeed! He almost laughed know all about it, but not Milo ShanksI find and French Tipton and when he thought of the teachings of science which say that had been left. Then I turned to the a man cannot think unless he has a brain as the seat of Register aud felt reasonably sure that the announcement would be made by It. He had made a discovery cnat would snase me scaies Lee Davis, but he too jjot left- - I tlieu himself from the eyes of the scientific world. To satisfy ancUre-turne- waited anxiously for the Climax to see d that lie was not being deluded, he raised his feet a full account of the marriage with allot from the embellishments of Clarence Woods, to consciousness, to find himself being carried That one act, said the but he too, for once got left. Parrish hud the field by the stretcher-bearersurgeons, saved his life; for, in raising his feet, the little evidently kept one hecret. His "loneblood remaining in his heart was caused to flow to his brain. some" day are over and here is luck to happy bride. "Snug, him and Thus a great discovery was not made and a great man's life Joiner," hisNicholasville Democrat. The in Hill. was saved on the battlefield at Malvern's interesting After this elaborate At the battle of Fair Oaks, Gen. Gordon led his com- expose by our esteemedand neighbor, tho mand into a storm of bullets that seemed to fall among them Climax will say this: We heard at noon like a shower of leaden hail. Horses and men fell together; Tuesday of a wedding-to-bWe teleblood ran like streams of turpid water, from their wounds. phoned a certain minister, who afterwas a most sickening sight a horrible carnage of human wards performed the ceremoney.but he beings. On and on Gen. Gordon pressed with death all was not at home. .He alone possessed around him, till every horse and every man in the force ex- the secret and even his wife could not cept the General himself were dead or mortally wounded. put us on to the names of the contracting heard tho Seeing himself thus left alone, Gen.Gordon, by his strategy parties. At seven o'clock we was about name for sure, but the pnper escaped. and fearlessness, tho chase in we As soon as the news of the battle went out, Mrs. Gor- printed and our gave upcontemporaries local dispair. If don, who was, as ever near, heard that her husband had made equal exertion, which we feel Villprl. Kpr tender heart was smitten with sorrow. sure they did, thou does Col. E. Gum The next day, however, a soldier went to her and told her Parrish deserve tho 'pound cake for that he had seen her husband since the battle. Without a evading the many nosy1 news gatherers word, she threw her arms around the soldier's neck and here and liereilhouts. Par-risSpanish-America- The only experience tho United States army has even had in tropical warfare was in Florida, from 1835 to 1842 the seven year-- ' war with the Seminole Indians. While the conditions there were much more favorable than they are in Cuba, the mortality from disease wii3 euorniu j in comparison with the number of men employed The records show that there were altogether 7,400 troops engaged during tho &een years fighting against a total of about 3,000 Indians, of whom l,5ii were men, 1,357 women and 81)3 children. Ihe war was carried on in a manner very similar to that between the Spaniards and the Cubans. The Indians would never consent to a stand-u- p fight unless they had a great advantage, but lay in ambush and attacked the soldiers in the dark whenever they could do so without exposing their own lives. They lived on the country, the native truits, roots, vegetables and game, while soldiers were required to carry supplies with them aud were thus handicapped and retarded in their movements. It took seven years to subdue the savages, and there was uo peace until they were practically exterminated. At the end of teven years the fighting men were reduced to about 300 and they hidden in tho everglades. During these seven years out of tho 7,400 troops employed 1,531 died twenty-thre- e sailor and forty two marines, the remainder being oflicers and soldiers of the regular army. Of this number only 5S were killed in battle, 214 died of wounds and 1,259 of malarial diseases. As a result of tho Indian war there ar now on the pension rolls 6,061 persons, of whom 2,373 are survivors and 4,283 widows. They receive an average of $800,000 a year in pensions, aud since Tho 1893 have beeu paid $3,243,70S. total amount thus for paid by the government for pensions growing out of the Florida war exceed $53,000,000. ss The authorship of the much-discusse- d et Ladies' Home Journal, will be rjealed in tho June issue of that magazine, w hen the name of Anna Farqu lar w ill appear as the author. It is surmised that the domestic experiences described in these letters were those of Mrs. V. H. H. Miller, wife of the At torney-Gener- al "Inner Experiences of a Cab-mMember's Wife," printed in the 7f Jt 7ff """ -- s TSn c 4-CO j -- fV Mt- 7I to ;$ in President Ham son's Cabinet, since Miss Farquhar is known to be a personal friend of the Miller family, and to havo spent considerable time with them in Washington during their otlicial residence there. The author of these letters was born and raised in Indianapolis, in neighborly relations with the Harrison and Miller families, but for ten years past she has lived a studious professional life in Xew York, London and Boston. She is now connected with the editorial stall of the Boston Transcript. In addition to her "Cabinet Member's Wife" letters she has published one novel "A Singer's Heart," and another is about to be issued. She is a young woman, exceedingly clever, and only her closest friends have known her connection with the Washington letters which have attracted such wide attention. 6 Nj NJJI S NfirV 7f 7I 71 S SkTIn 1 H. may5 ly J. STREN The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. 5 AHDY CATflABTIC j Two Mares Stnj-- i CURECQliSTiPATiOH On Tuesday, March 29, two sorrul mares strayed from my place at Rice Station, Estill county. One was blind in one eye and white stripe on left side. Other has star in 'orehead JAMES HARDIN. and speck in left eye. ? j DRUGGISTS Sam-4 25 so booklet free, 1 JR'JflrTlTKTY uj. Tuuwv-Wiu- RTTIRaXTPl!'ntoenre',nTe5of'con,tlPlltioiI-c5e,"tre,lie,lI'alLaxa- iMBkUaBiiias8 ,i i Strayed! From M. A. Biggerstaff's farm on Monday night, April 11, a small bay horse, nang-foote-d in hind legs, very slim keen tail, alxmt 11, old. A. liberal hands high, and about reward wiU be paid for information or return of horse to Walter Aiblll's livery stable, this ANDREW WAITER. city. J pie and if. nf Tf rrip or rripe. bat raae Can.,or.Vw Tork. uumuiiuuwilRE3IEDTr10.. Chiraro. Montreal. mi natural rnnlts. id. STERLI0 o HT.fc liifeia 5 o O U 3 It rea-soniii!- ?. s. It is a great leap from the old fashand nauseous ioned doses of blue-maphysics to the pleasant little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They cure constipation, sick headache and bilionsness. Douglas & Wines, Drug All parties having claims against the estate of B. L. Price, deceased, will present the same gist. to the undersigned, properly verified on or before Jana 1st. 1893, April War Coincidence. Extracts All parties indebted toor they will be barred. and the estate will from the Cincinnati Enquirer Almanac settle on or before said date and save osts. M. M. PRICE, Ailm'rs apr20-7DR. C. H. VAUGHT, j show that four wars, tne Revolution, Rlack Hawk, the Mexican and Civilj Headache bad? GetDr. Miles' Pain 1111s. began in April, resulted in tho compilation of facts showing that every war in the United States commenced in April The real beginning3of the inter colonial war was April 17th, 1754, when tho On March 3d. between Union City and RichFrench troops took the stockade, from mond, a tan colored grip. A liberal reward will the English, which was located at pre- be paid for return of same toR.R. WelLi, Union apr20-2City, Ky. sent site of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. blood iu tho Revolutionary The'tirst War was spilled on the commons in front of Lexington, w here 100 colonists under command of Captain Parker intercepted 1,500 English under Pitcairn as they proceeded on their march from Mrs. H. H. Colyer is now prepared to furnish production Concord. The English shot down 12 of yon the very highest15. Just half of Plymouth what yon pay Bock Eggs at 50c for colonists. This occurred on April for inferior eggs. Orders filled prom itly and the injtiebmond. any ZE3ZCIE30:rSI Q k.'. II 'I 8 ffi I ft j UJiLl"sUiilyjJWJJ fjV 1 T IKIVJI.I IJjJipiFZlsLrp liUIN Notice to Creditors! IE o C o O O ll H O P4 05 w o LOST! MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN GRKNITEXTxVDS AJW ALL mch24-l- y ) OF CEMETERY WOEEi 7VYONU7VCeNTS. w Eor further particulars, prices, &c, address, Madisoi) MoDiJn)ei)tal Eggs for Sale! mch23-3m tfte. Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH.. 19th, 1775. delivered to e. It uan ChablesT Caldweix. SoldbyT.S. Hagan, Dru&sist- - Price 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at drug6store and get free sample. ii "TMis," says the veteran General, wjth pride", "you see d soldier was doubly Jaidfor,his trouble.that the reloving wife from muchaanxietY.and grief,-anHe saved a .- .kind-hearte- gave him a good sound kiss. d Calvin M.Sva,Utra,P. ceivea a nug anu in .hejworld." . h.io xiuux haoowcvw",""- " :-- - -.- -- i . . r "' &r." I & i; K 0 " 1l ih ! r ,r . A torpid liver robs (ou of ambition aud ruiusyour health. JWjWittV Little "Rarlv Risers cloaBse' thel liver, cures constipation and" all stomsien, and liver trouble. Douglas & Wine. .jJrtggi.iconieoacaw. In 1812 war was not declared until June 5 but every man who took part in the passage of embargo act knew well that wheu he voted for the act he voted for war against England. That embargo was enacted on April 4th, 1812. The Black Hawk war began April 21, 1834, and April 24tb, 1846, the Mexican war was started. On April 19th, 1861 just 68 years after the opening of the Revolutionary War to a day, the first blood of the Civil War was shed in the streets of Baltimore. True, Fort Sum ter was tired upon April 12th, and the United States troops had been attacked at Harper's Ferry, but historians tell us that, strange to say, no blood was spilt at either of the first two points but they also happened in April. The first bloodln the two most wars the Revolutionary and Civil was shed ou the 19th same day ot the- month. Irtaaeexliees "to remark j that the Stars aad Strips have always ) firm Respectfully. MRS H.H.COIYER. "TEE m qUEEliT & CHESCEM1 EOUTE. 2-flora Ciacinnati to 109 FETEST New OF TEE WD 1. Orleans TEADfS and JacksosviKe 0K0URSAY10URINART" 2Qu rnt Cost over $100,000 to pubUsh. Contain nearly e engravings ot our Saviour, by the rirpnt Mksfcrs. It is not a life of Christ, but Meals an exhibit ot all tha great Masters' eerpub-Hhet-of the Christ. No other book Uke it Asents are takincr from three til twen ty orders dully. The book is so beautUul that Published when people see it they want it.twenty-fifth lnsa than a, rear and already In its seme edition? consisting of, lSeo edition, books. Tha presses are running day aid night to fill order!. (It has nsTer bten sold tin this territory, ) A perusal of the pictures (of this book is like takinS a tocr among the gtfat art galleries oil Europe. The HermitageJ (Prado, LonvTe. Vatican. National! ftf Lon Ul don, National ot BerUn, Belvidero ai d other curopeaa art gmicriea, uuo ju celeuraiea their rarest and trreatest treaj fares at our disposal that they might be reprod ced for this superb work. "FIRST GLANCSiT THE PICTURES IBROUGHT TEAKS TO 3i Yi BXKJ" Cleared 1150 first week's wo! trkh says one. the book, ' fcays another. Many men and wobuylw! and raying for homes from their men nvMM wliii thhi sreat work. Also !san or mirH. nr ModchHrch atracdissr. caa:i, j . position or. Bawwer iwre w etuumce wikxfull-pag.."' MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED 24 Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route W. C. RINEARSOf, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH IS THE Yrm ftoweir$ Newspaper Director "The Richmond, Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited with the fecaeat circulation accorded to any paper in Rwhmond or in farMees eoeatjr r i The enly paper Jai Mwdfoaa. wiUy the Eighth Congressional Dijfcrict" a twiiieR ffcmlmmU-hta iW. SW5CJT!i,U5 111 .'i::":v:. u a i I ': s.Y' Si :i "3 - V. 1 v u I , Aaaesa'Mlc-PnbtMMT, JSIj 111 jH-S4f t ir - L ill r u ' H""'"' t iu A.TX., , ,Xi-zirm -- 11 7)r, w fl 1! i1 ',c ;..- - 4 'tf The Richmond Climax. The PUBLISHED IYEKT WKQNKSDAT BY Prrital Calls for 12910 Volunteers ! RBUIQIOUS. Without assistance Rev. Dr. Lloyd Is Your friends may smile But that tired feeling ' Tho Glimax Printing Co. A..CMILLET' a Proprietors and Editors, B. WOODS, Associate Editor. PRICE PER YEAR, APRIL 27, $1.50. - 189S. WEDNESDAY. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Ho.v. Jamrs B. McCrkakv, of Madison county, a candidate for Congress in the Eighth district; subject to the action of the Democratic party. mch30-t- f We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Representative in Congress from this, the 8th District. Secretary of Slate Sherman's resignation from the Caliinct this week and Postmaster. General Gary's Lost week were hastity accepted, the ranks closed up and the war goes on as if nothing iiad happened.. The following from the Winchester Democrat will be news to the whole State of Kentucky, especially to the late of Kentucky: 'Gov. Brown has appointed Judge "W. L. Brown, of Laurel county. Circuit Judo to succeed Judge Clark, who died last week Harry Eversolc was the tip for the place " jouniuliMii now and not "yellow," judging by the red ink used on the more enterprising of our exchanges. Not to be outdone, the Livingston Colonel prints its entire first page in deep carmine which will insure every sentence being red! Or perhaps it is to give color to its sensational war news. Anyhow tho Colonel is a general all around good paper if it does use rouj;e on its cheek. It is "red" conducting a protracted meeting in his church in this city. It will continue through this week. His sermons are in proclamation quality precisely like all those wo have Washington, April 23. The President issued tho following heard him deliver since ho camo to calling for 125,000 troops to servo two years: Richmond gems of truth and beauty 'By the President of the United States A Proclamation: and wo regret everybody in town can "Whereas, by a joint resolution of Congress approved on tho 20th day of not find sitting room in tho large April, 189S, entitled 'Joint resolution for the recognition of the independence of church to hear his powerful discourses. the people of Cuba, demanding that the Government of Spain relinquish its Easter services were largely attended authority and government In the Island of Cuba, to- withdraw its land and at the MethoJist church Sunday mornnaval forces from Cuba and Cuban waters, and directing the President of the ing and evening. A programme was followed prepared by the Women's United States to use the land and naval forces of the United States to carry Board of Foreign Missions This programme was gotten up and sent to the these resolutions into effect,' and, "Whereas, by an act of Congress entitled 'An act to provide for tempora Juvenile Societies of the whole Southrily increasing the military establishment of the United States in time of war ern Methodist church in the interest of the Scarrett Bible and Training School and for othor purposes,' approvod April 22, 1S9S, the President is authorized, of Kansas City, which institution was his proclamation calling for volun suggested and founded by Miss Belle H. in order to raise a volunteer army, to issue j Bennett, of Richmond, Ky. The large teers to serve in the Army of tho United States, "Now, therefore, I, William McKinley, President of tho United States, by audience appreciated the services from the opening to the close, and pronounvirtue of the power vested in me by the Constitution and laws, and deeming ced the efforts of the children a brilliant sufficient occasion to exist, have thought fit to. call for, and heroby do call for, success. Harrodsburg Democrat. volunteers to the aggregate number of 125,000, in order to carry into effect the Rev. J. F. Williams preached his purpose of the said resolution: the same to be apportioned, as far as practica- third Anniversary sermon, Sunday. April 3rd. ble, among the several States and Territories and tho District of Columbia two young At the close of the 6ermon men were received, for bapaccording to population, and to serve for two years unless sooner discharged. tism, and when all have been added for The details for this object will be immediately communicated to the proper whom letters have been applied; ninety-on- e will have been received during the authorities throughout tho War Department. Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of present pastorale, giving tho church a "In Witness 'membership of 320. The attendance at the United States to be affixed. the celebration of the Lord's supper was 23rd day of April, A. D., 189S, and unusually large. Tho extending of tho "Done at tho City of Washington, this hand of church fellowship to most of the of the independence of the United States the one hundred and twenty-seconcandidates received during the recent "WILLIAM McKINLEY. Seal J meetings was very impressive. In round "By the President. John Sherman, Secretary of State." numbers about $3,300 has been subscribed and expended by tho church. covered from her long and serious ill- Besides this a good amount has been subscribed for a new church buildingon f AfllMfl ness. Mr. Hugh McElwaine lias returned the Shuttleworth lot. With aggressive, effort the church from New York, delighted with the unitedgreatly in work of theHarrodsprices received for the saddle horses must Democrat. the future. burg taken thither for sale. I d. mu U Ml 4:SO IBW8. Fokty Crab Orchard admirers of Hon. Kobert J. Breckinridge issued a call for him to make the race for Congress in this District, but he declines the call with this sensible advice to nil: "In the selection of a nominee for Congress in this District all personal preferences should be laid aside, and the only quetion determined should be as to the qualifications and the ability of the nominee to unite and harmonize the party." Whkx the subject of taxation is to be brought before Congress with especial emphasi. thereshouldbemade an earnest attempt to prepare an in come tax law that will be held constitutional by the Supreme Court. It is not fair, nor is it wise statemanship, to tax the consumers of this country and to allow the rich men who enjoy splendid incomes to escaps carrying their honest 6hare of the burden. Tiiose who are able to pay taxes should be required to pay them; those who are least able should not be made to suffer. Mr, Gorden Dudley who is assisting in the construction of a telephone plant at Versailles, spent Sunday at special to climax. j ins homo in this city. Cincinnati, Ohio, April Mrs "Ft T. Arirlrlltr.n loft- Sun.lnv for her home in Richmond aftera visit proclaims that we to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Sharp. Shelbv News. will respect Paris declaration Miss Fan Elizabeth "Watts enter tained the Buffet Lunch Club on Satof neutrality. urday at the elegant home of Mr. and cap- Mrs. W. "W. Watts, on Lancaster Ave. Spanish ship Panama Mr. A. D. Miller and daughter, Elizabeth Gentry, left yesterday for a by Indiana gunboat. tured 6hort visit to Irvine. She was d by her brother, Richard GenTwo Spanish schooners j 26.-Presi- dent ! - P M. MARRIED. The St. Louis Republic of Sunday says: , 'The engagement is announced of Miss Edith Katherine Hardin, formerly of Kentucky, but now of Philadelphia, to Dr. J. S. Blackwell, of Columbia, Mis- souri. Miss Hardin has spent the last' ten years in Europe studying music, art and the languages and is now at Nice. The marriage will take place at the American legation, in Taris or possibly at Camden, New Jersey, before accom-paine- fall.' Secbetakv K. E. Morxixcjstak announces the following itinerary for the annual outing of tho Kentucky Fress Association: Meet in Cincinnati Saturday, July 2, at 10:30 a. in. ; leave tho Queen City two and hours later; arrive at Detroit at S:45 that evening and depart by steamer at 11 p. in., reaching Mackinac July 5, at fl a. m., one day and two nights having been spent on the water; leave Mackinac on Thursday, July 7, at 2 p. m., and get to Detroit on retuned on July 8. at 4 p. m ; depart from Detroit at 10 p. m , ame night, or stay on boat and catch train at Toledo; arrive at Cincinnati Saturday, July 9, at 7 :i. in Many members of Concress want to go to the front in the field. Here are some of them who are most enthusiastic: one-ha- lf captured by the U. S. Newport. Army reorganization bill signed. Col. Tremont of the Foote said to have communiJ. C. cated with Gomez. Breckinridge appointed Major General to command Kentucky troogs. Rumored massacre of Spaniards in Phillipine Islands by rebels. D. S. Cruisers patroling Atlantic coast on lookout for Spanish vessels to prevent attack on cities. Lancaster, Ky., company under S. M. Duncan will be ordered out this week. Kentucky's quota is three regiments of infantry and two troops cavalry, which will be ready in ten days. sea-coast try, Jr. Congress has declared that a state of war exists and has existed since A pr. 21 between Spain and the U- - S. The U.S.Xavy has captured fourteen small but valuable Spanish vessels. So far not a life has been lost, but Representative Colson of Kentucky, the Republican who voted with the Democrats for immediate action and for recognition of the independence of Ueore-entative m Cuba; Berry, Democrat, of Kentucky, member of the house committee on foreign affairs; RepreTho safety of tho Oregon and the sentative Suizer, the fierv orator and Paris is a source of grave apprehenprogressive Democrat from New sion. No authentic news from either. York, Representative Malianeyof Buf falo, ho indignantly denied the other day that any Iiishmam fought in the The House Committee on invalid late war fur $13 a month; Representa- pensions on Monday voted to give Gen tive Campbell, the stalwart Democrat CasMtis M. Clay $50 a month. of Illiiioi.- -. In this connection it may be mentioned that this is the first time Gen. Clav's name has appeared in these columns for six months, although during that J time sensational reports about his recent domestic troubles were hawked about generally, to the disgust of his Main and Broadway. neighbors and friends. Wo considered his private affairs under the existing circumstances exempt from intrusion, the reports being largely exaggerated and wholly designed to appeal to sordid taste?. General Clay has our kindest wishes, which we preferred to express by a discreet silence regarding his domestic affairs, which course was endorsed by many right thinking persons. Has been reached in our this week. Every floor shous the accumulated enemy and thought of mouths. Note the prices. Come in and compare our prices w ith any other house in Miss Belle Bennet is at home from the city, and you will find it is to your interest to place your orders St. Louis. Mr. H. B. Hanger is in Chicago on nere. a business trip. ThissolidOak Mrs. Mary. J. McCIintock is visiting Si tie board, relatives at'Millersburg. four feet long. Mr. William Park come up from swell fro n ib Louisville on. Saturday. Mrs. Brutus J. Clay entertained the polislitd fin Walking Club on Friday evening. ish,SxiO Mrs. J. D. Feeney. Jr., and son, Paul, French visited her paients here last week. Miss Amy Smith will entertain the mirror, plu&h ' As You Like It" at its next meeting lined, silver Miss Lucy PratliT, of Valley View, drawers,largc. visited friends aud relatives here the Americans are holding their fire for orders to bombard Havana. The movements of our fleet are kept secret. It is said that the army may not see active service before Fall, as the President's plan is to starve the Spaniards into submission, by blockading all Cuban ports. r h fower&Co THE TOP NOTCfiL stock-gather-i- PERSONAL. put-ter- n, Rev. Dr. MacMillan returned home nets an 1 linen Thuroday from a week's abence at Dauville. drawer. Ex Councilman, now Squiie, N. B. Turpin was in Louisville on business last week. Mrs. Befctie Landram, of Lancaster, We have Sideboards from J 12.5 J 'n $50. is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. John Baughmau. Mr. F. M. Cosby, of Cyntbiana, is visiting his brother, Mr. James Cosby, of this county. Mr. and Mrs. David Chenault have for a guest their daughter, Mrs. Elmore, of Garrard. Mr. R. L Gentry was called home on Saturday to attend a meeting of tho School Board. Mrs. T. G. Foster, of Lexington, visiting her Bister, Mrs. Henry It. Pickels, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney V- Rowland, of Birds-ey-e Cham- Danville, were the guests last week Maple, This ber Suit, French mirror, serpentine of Mrs. S. B. White. castors, delicate carvfront, ing, highly polished, a beautiful $3800 onMr. Chas. T. Chenault came over Friday from Winchester to attend suit the Impromptu Hop. PRICE, $33.00. Miss Alice and Barrilla Trosper, are visiting relatives in Richmond this d We have just opened a of week. Corbin Uews. Suits, and are prepared to show you Esom Bnrgin, recently a resident some startling values. of this city, uow ol Louisville, was here on business last week. Miss Margaretta Smith entertained tho uAs You Like It Club" very delightfully jU. the last meeting. Mr. Caswell W. Tribble, of Lexington, come, over Wednesday and was bull-heari- roomy cabi- Sunday. n car-loa- CiFiBiDwer&Co.i . Lexxkqtok, Ky. ir wedding. present at the Chenault-G&- y MIsb Stella Bur nam Taylor daafh i Mr l XT, li A Taylor, OM MHUWy re W t i' Mr. J. M. Alverson has Miss Lettie Helm's cottage in the East end and he and wife will go to houseBales. To the wife of C. B. Gibon, keeping there in a few days. Stan- of .lonesvillc, Va., a daughter, Ella ford Journal. Xannette. Its mother was the beautiful Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Vanmeterand Miss Maggie Bales, daughterof Dr and two beautiful children, of Lexington, Mrs. C. J. Bales, of this city. What betwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. ter wish could we express for the little Hanger, after attending the one than that it shall be a duplicate of its mother, in character, disposition and nuptials. MissFIorrie Chenault has returned and personal attraction? from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music where she has been studying piano and is pronounced one of the best students in the college. Kkexe. Elder W. S. Keene, pas Mrs Nancy Green, the aged mother tor of the First Christian Church, of of the late Francis Marion Green, is Winchester, and one of the most popuvery low at her home on Main Street. lar men in the city, died Monday night There is little hope of her recover'. April 18. of heart disease, aged 56 Her son, Mr. A. C. Green, has been at years. He was a native of England and many years was a sailor He fought her bedside ever 6ince Thursday. Mrs. John Feeney and son are visit- through the war on the Confederate ing relatives in Richmond Cnpt. side, and was for several years a BapHenry Butler and wife arrived Friday tist pastor. He alterward joined tho from Phoenix, Arizona. He will re- Christian Church, and has filled the turn there in about three weeks. Paris pulpit of some of the most prominent churches in tho State, among them, Kentuckian. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. VanMeter, Mr. the First Church of Covington, where he was pastor for 14 years. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. a wife and grown daughter. He leaves n Preston Eastin aud Miss Eleanor went to Richmond Tueday to atOBITUARY. tend the wedding of Miss Chenault and Mr. Gay. Lexington Gazette. Mrs. Ellen Ne why, widow of Taltou Mrs. C. E. Campbell, of Middles-burgKy., and her four children are New by, Jr., died at the residence of her Mr. B. B. Millon, April the pleasant guests of her sister, Mrs. brother-in-laT. A. Campbell on Letcher Ave. They Dtli, 1898. with paralysis. The deceased will go from here to Norfork, Va., was a (laughter oi Joseph lleathman, where they will make their future and was born June 2nd, 1843. Her preceded her to the grave about home. Millionaire D. P. Armer, of Cincin- nine years. The subject of tins sketch nati, came down on Monday. He was a. pious christian womau having says his Sunlight Machines will sweep embraced the christian faith in early gas, electricity and even tallow can- girlhood. Her gentle deportment to all, dles olf the facOjOf the earth. Let 'em rich or poor, made it a fixed fact that all go. Come on witii the sunlight 24 that was needed to make her an ornament to the church was her cunfessioii hours everj day. I). Miller, of this office, spent and baptism, aud w ell did she carry out Mr. A. the expectations of the several days iu Estill on a fishing ex- as those of her friends ofchurch as well tne world and pedition. His luck, as usual, was every one was her friend that knew good. His catch consisted of two cords her, and often has the writer thought d of and a "red horse" sixmembers would deport teen hands high from tho leading if ail christian she did how themselves as much more livery stable at Irvine. would our church membership bo inMr. Ernest Helm, of the Lexington creased. A mother whose devotion to Herald, a cousin of Dr. J. M. Foster, of her children was amply repaid by four this city, was married in Paris, Texas. loving and devoted uaugliters whoso on Tuesday, to Miss kthel Elliot of devotion to their mother rarely ever had that place. Miss Elliot was a student an equal. As a woman of cnarity she of Hamilton College, several yearsago. had no superior, She was no respecter Mr. and Mrs. Twigg and daughter, of of per&ous and treated all with couiteay Stafford England, will be in Madison auu kimtuess. She ignored the haughty about Friday to spend a few weeks pride that beset so many professed with their son Mr. H J. Twigg of christian men and women, and often White Station. Mrs. Twigg was here lias her ways reminded us of those on a visit two summers ago and made good women so vividly portrayed in many menus during tier stay. Holy writ. To her children whose grief is great, but greater is tho consolation Mr. Thos. Hughes Bronston, of Lexington, and Miss Edith Alexander, that your losa is her gain, and her noble of Paris, eloped to Jefrersonville and christian character has left foot prints were married last Friday. The groom on the sands of time that never will be is the son "of Hon. C. J. erased and well may her daughters exBronston, whilst the bride is the 18- - claim : year old daughter of the Paris banker, Our everlasting love to thee, dear mother, in the spirit land. ueorge Alexander. Vainly look we lor another In tny place to stand. A Friend. Mrs. Wm. Wines, of Pawnee City, Nebraska, arrived here on Friday and is the guest of her son. Dr. Ed. Wines, DEATH OF NAT THOMPSON'. whom she had not seen for thirteen Nathaniel Thompson died at his home years. Ed. was then a dapper dude near Doylesville, April 2nd, 1S98, after heart whole and fancy free. His old son went out to the depot to a long illness, aged 61 years and 25 days. confined months meet his grandmother for the first He had been sufferings for 12great forand bore his with time. titude. Deceased leaves a wife and Mr. Chas. H. Breck, Jr., is now with daughter, Mrs. Lillle the American Tobacco Co.. with head- took place in College Gosser. Burial Hill Cemetery quarters at the Lindell Hotel, Lincoln, Monday. Funeral sei vices weis conNebraska, to which place ho orders ducted by Rev. Wyatt, of the Met lodist The Climax. Charley's Lite visit to Church. Richmond was most satisfactory to his OUR PRECIOUS DEAD. world of friends here, and we all look Onr Father was taken from ns, forward with pleasure to his early reNot by any mortal's hand ; turn. It was only the hand of Jesus , That lea him to the goodly land. wife of State Auditor Stone was The a guest Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. C. Be had been listening long For the coming angel's leet. M. Clay, Jr , their mother, Mrs. HarTo guide him o'er the river, ris, being also with Mrs. Clay and And through the golden street. able to drive in and receive Mrs. Stone at depot Mrs. Stone was returning as And when he came so gently And took his pain away we went to Georgetown and gave us He gave him all the sunshine, But stole all ours away. most graphic account of the excursion We miss his loving presence to Old Point, the christening, and to Amid life's toilsome strife; Washington. Paris Kentuckian. He left our homo so lonely Mrs. Mary M. Smith Walden writes When he went away from life. the Climax from Danville a beauti- For Jesus has promised a at ful letter, pays for the paper a year in Wben aU of our sorrows and suffering last,past, are advance, and incidentally remarks And we know that we'll clasp handb with father once more, that she is col'.ecting a gallery of pict- In the sweet bye and bye on that beautiful ures of Danville children to compare :liore. Dauqhteb. with her young friends at Richmond. We know of one picture over here she Prol. Clay Hcrrick Succeeding in Ohio. shall soon receive that will lay the baby product of Boyle county in the The Cumax has received tbe catashade. logue of the Western Reserve Academy, Mrs. Graves and her daughter, Miss of Hudson. Ohio, of which Professor Julia Graves, of Winchester, were in Clay Herrick, son of Mrs. Mary B. Clay, the city yesterday; the latter on her of this city, is Hudson is way to" Richmond to attend the wedding-..- .. Mr. and Mrs the oldest seat of learning on the WestDavid Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. ern Reserve and is among the oldest Nelson, Mrs. P. Eastin, Mrs. William and the Misses Watts and Mrs. Sol- west ofi the Alleghenies. The village is omon VanMeter also left for Richmond famed for its great beauty andhealthful-nes- s. to attend the wedding. Lexington Its easo of access, its natural Herald. long educational history D. H. Myers, of Richmond, came and its freedom from the distractions over court day Lewis Arnett is home from Ann Arbor Mich., and visit and tho dangers ot college towns, make ed in Richmond Sunday Mr. E. it an exceptionally fine location for a G. Parrish, of Richmond, who be- preparatory school. A place more facame a Benedict last week, marrying vorable for thq healthy development of Miss Fannie Harcourt. of that city, re- mind and body can hardly be found. turned here Tuesday and is on dutvat Curley's distilleries. Nicholasville The charge for tuition is $35 per school Democrat. See first page ot Cumax year, payable by the term in advance. today for amusing note bow LIsh beat Room rent in the dormitories costs $35 the newspapers. per year for furnished rooms, and 15 The marriage of Air. J. Stone Walker, of this city, and Miss Boone, of per year for unfurnished rooms. ExLouisville. Is thus foreshadowed by cellent tubto board at tho Boarding Hall Monday's Times: is furnished at $2.70 jper week. Resides The engagement of Miss Carrie Wal- the above expenses the student should lace Boone and Mr. J. Stone Walker, of Richmond, Ky., is being discussed provide for books, fuel, lights red washwith much interest in society. The ing. The total expenseJor the school date of the marriage has not yet been year will vary with the individual, and fixed. An announcement is expected ranges from $1G0 to,$200, exclusive ol soon. Miss Boo no is a daughter of Mrs. Carrie Morris Boone and a grand- spending money. Professor Herrick's old.- - friends W daughter of Mr George "Wt Morris. She is a noted Louisville beauty, well Madison are watching' hfc career "with! known in Louisville society, though aiHCh aud coBidHtIy predict; not yet having made her formal entree. for him a brilliaat nmmrn ia U his h- Mr. Walker is a banker JtudproetlBeat ; (tortokiagt, V T intbeSut. pun-hased Gay-Chen-a- BIRTHS DEATHS. Colo-ma- h, w, hub-ba- nd drift-woo- six-ye- ar Gay-Chena- -'i 't grs A high compliment to the quality of tho Richmond Military Band is evidenced by its. selection to accompany the Lebanon Commandery No. 24, to And builds up, the Conclave at Maysville, May Tho band leaves here May 16 for LebEnergizes and vitalizes anon as the escortof that Commandery The whole system. on the latter's special train to Maysville. En route thither the train will Be sure to get stop in Richmond and th Knights Only Hood's. will parade here, and also at Winchester. Twenty musicians under the leadership of Professor Minier will go thtough evolutions that will astonish Nuptials a Brilliant Affair. the natives of Lebanon, who look Six hundred invitations were sent back fondly to tho time when Ed. broadcast to the marriage af Miss Lila Bretney, John Hill, Keg Severance, Manning Chenault, of this city, and Patsy Johnston and Jim Brown furnished music for every occasion from Mr. Nelson Prewitt Gay, ot WinchesPenick Station to Now Market. ter, which happy event occured on A Further Reduction. Wednesday last In this city. On Tueday evening before, in response to The Cheasapeake and Ohio Ry. has special invitations, near relatives of made further reduction in the rate to Contho couple attended a reception at the Norfolk for the Sputhern Baptist vention. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and The round trip rate from Lexington Mrs. Thomas Douglas Chenault, about will be $13.50, good going and returning all rail direct, and S17.00 round four miles east of Richmond. returning via was cool, the day having been trip, good going or Potomac River It Washington and the rather blustery, but the stars were out Steamers. This rate includes Steamer though no moon was visible. Thus transportation. A special train will leave Lexington the clear crisp night added a charm at to the drive out to "Cumberland on Tuesday May 3rd2 p. m.4:00 p.m., reaching Norfolk at next day. jiow," tho palatial Chenault home, Tickets will also be on sale from May ..tAl. ...nn .a l.ntlliiit.ntln nf AnAnfma 2nd to May 6th, good to return 15 days, largest and handsomest gathering of with privilege of a further extension with the year. As the guests drew thither of 15 davs by depositing ticketsC.&O. C. & O. "Agent in Norfolk. The the lights from the countless lanterns has two Limited Vestibuled trains in the large yard and the lamps from a daily, and is shortest Line to Norfolk. address score of windows shot their bright rays For further information G. W. Barkey, D. P. A.. far out across tho rich rolling landLexington, Ky. scape. A mile away the Bcene was From a Republican Standpoint. d startling in its beauty, and one guest remarked, that tho Governor Bradley's Asst. Ajutant picture was a duplicate of a lighted General and Editor of The Fraukfort Capital says Bryan will be elected. ship at sea in which the If these "business interests" are to and lookouts present the aspect of a emasculate our National character, if thousand eye of fire flashing far they are to put a price on the lives of across tho waste of waters. These our sailors, aud if they are to dictate like the beacons burned a glad welcome to the our foreign policy in times tho young present, then I predict that throng that came to the grand family men of the South and West who have reunion preceding the union of twoof voted with the Republicans on account the largest and most representative of the currenc issue, will vote for a Democrat in 1900. If the "business infamilies in Bluegrass Kentucky. terests" demand the renunciation of old- mansion the American spirit, the "business inWithin the spacious thoro was gatherednearly all of the terests" will get a swift kick and a nearest relatives of the two contract- hard swat the next time tho people get the polls. ing parties, and the occasion was to McKinley is doing more than all the unique in that every individual of the other influences of the time to elect hundred or more was related. Des- Bryan in 1900. Nothing else is talked g pite the fact that as great luxury and of but the Spanish business and American can talk about it wealth are in tho possession of this without getting sick when he contemfamily as any other in this section, plates that putty-face- d counterfeit that hospitality, the genuino Kentucky is slobbering over his work a brand, reigns in all its simplicity Hanna's man. Ugh ! Waltek Fokkestek. supreme. In a magnificent gown from The Pike Idea in Lincoln and Jessamine. New York and looking like a bride, Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Br. was the same If the Fiscal Court, which meets lovely and lovable hostess she has again has held its ear to the ever been. Mr. Chenault bore him- ground and neard the protests of the taxpayers against the commissioner self with characteristic dignity, shed- plan of management of turnpikes, ding a warmth and glow around by there will be no commissioner elected e his innate kindliness and courtesv. and there should not be. The most plan of keeping the uikesiu repair Mr. John R. Chenault Mr. and Mrs. portions of let each pike, Harvey Chenault, Mr. and Mrs. Al- is to good men ator tue lowest each, bid to bert McCown, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. per mile, the whole to be under Chenault, Jr., and Misses Carlisle nnd the supervision of tho county judge Eleanor Chenault assisted in enter- and magistrates. There are about 100 miles of pikes in the county it is taining tho guests, a task not difficult figured that they can be kept andgood in to perform where relatives and friends repair atfrom$10toSoOainile,maKing were gathered in a happy reunion. an average of some$25 or $30. Another suggested is that good men on The bride the groom, the father plan pike be selected to see after them each and mother of the bride and the brides' aud keep them in condition for the maids arrayed in beautiful costumes, lowest sum possible. The problem is a received the guests in the large parlor. rather dillicult one. but we hope and believe the Three apartments were given up to emergency. court will be equal to tho Stanford Journal. . social converse, three other apartAnother view of the situation is here ments were occupied with the supper given by the Nicholasville Democrat: tables, that of the bride being an imThe Fiscal Court in appointing one mense round table seating sixteen. turnpike supeiintendant for each preUp stairs wero tho guests' rooms cinct with a salary of about S1C0 per annum for each one, certainly hit upon whilsts in the upper hall were dis- an economical plan nnd the experiment played the bridal gifts of cut glass, may prove to be the best, 'i hose apsolid silver, rare chiua laces, linens, pointed: K.J. Scott, for Lee; J. K. for M. and It was two o'clock Marble Keene, James W. Robinson, for Creek; and S. Scott, for when the guests prepared to leave and Plaquemiue, know sometlting of roads it was three before the last carriage and road building and they will have had departed with its freight of for- the help and advice of the people mutal-l- y interested in having good roads. Some tunate, happyguests. other counties, among them Uanard, pay their Superintendents about S3 per THE WEDDING. mile per annum, which is about the Tho morning dawned with sunny price Jessamine county will pay. Our skies, later dulled somewhat by clouds. neighbor, Garrard, however, only apBut as the wedding hour approached pointed one Superintendent, ltobert Whitaker, and he will the thoughts of earth, air and sky were per annum for the work. get about 000 forgotten in the effort to reach the Baptist Chuch in time to get a seat. CORRESPONDENCE. Alas! an hour before the ceremony choice seats were in demand and room WHITES STATION was everywhere scarce. At 12:30 Messrs. C. H. Chenault aud G. W. Miss Kate Walker, of Richmond,-iEvans, Jr. unrolled the spotless can- visiting Mrs. George White. vass down the two aisles to the altar, Bud Dunn bought 30 head of cattle music issued from the flower canopied in Rockcastle county last week. chancel, and all conversation was Dr. Edmiston and wife, of Crab Or stilled. Mrs. Harvey Chenault intro- chard, are visiting relatives here. Rev. Foley went to Knox county last duced the musical program with a superb organ solo, Gounod's Roinain, week to attend the burial of his father. In spito of the continued wot weather March; followed by Miss Pattie's beaua few farmers are through planting tiful vocal solo "For All Eternity," corn. with violin obligato by Mrs. John T. Ballard & Dunn are feeding 400 head McCIintock. Tho latter played a vio- of cattle, about 100 of which are for lin solo in her best strain, and Mrs. export market. Rev. Potter preached his farewell Harry Baylor Hanger sang as only she sermon at Kirksville lsst Sunday. He can "Thou Art Miue Own." goes to lennessee to live. The supreme moment had arrived. Mr. and Mrs. B F. Brown went The bridal party had gathered in the to Clark county last Wednesday toover see two vestibules. Mrs. Harvey Chenault ttieir sick uncle, Mr. Ben Holaday. once more beguiled sweetest moiodies A certain three quarter aged gentleman in this section, who is called by from tho organ, this time Mendels Kid inamn.ita uuiua.uuinu IUU II UIKO Utnnn Xlljy sohn's Wedding March filling the Goat," seems ' Plm Wliitno UUira 1Sll to be a church with lie grand tones. In camo ite among thedetermined summer.favor ladies this He the ushers C. H" and Waller Chenault, has receutly purchased two bran new opposite G. W. jEvan8, Jr. and W. S. buggies and has engagements three Hume. Miss Margaret "Woodtord, of montns ahead. Mfi John Parrish'j boys having heard Mt. Sterling, and Mr. Wm. Gay apthat obtained peared simultaneously and walked cow vaccine virus wasthat they from a they concluded would slowly down the aisles followed by try a little experiment by vaccinating Miss Mary Bennett and Dr. Nelson one. Thft job was well performed in the Prewitt; Miss Bessie Woodford, of best milker Mr. Parrish had and iter milk, of course, is completely ruined. Paris, and Mr. I. C. VanMeter; Miss What is it boys won't do'? Laura Lynn and Mr. Dwight PendlePANOLA. ton. The groom and best man, Mr. John Our genial blacksmith. Hiram Shron B. Chenault, walked in next on the shire planted his crop of corn week be- left side while down the right aisle walked the the groom's Awarded sister, Miss Mary Gay, who met Mr. John B. Chenault at the chancel just Highest Honors World's Fair, as the bride appeared. From the panorama, so gracefully unfolded, all eyes tured to the central figure clad In a magnificent imported of satin and lace entraine, carrying a boquet of bride's roses. Leaning lightly upon her father's arm tho picture presented was one long to.be remembered. The ministers appeared upon the scene as the groom gracefully received his bride from her father, Tho picture "was complete and. thero beneath n. canopy of gorgequseaster lilies and maiden hair fern's iiie solemn rifos were jRv. Preeon Blake, a former much loved pastor of the churcb,asr AftQST "PERFECT-MAD4riBt4bytev-I-B- . Timberliike. The AjwQ'Cretm.tfTarUfftmdw. An WmBOny wm MWlly? long ami Id nnrowma, Aium r any otiMT tm M4UMto a pwfetofiia " ;; 40YIAM TM fTAMMM, 18-- 19 ocean-traveleport-holes noself-respectinto-da- y, Means danger. It Indicates impoverished And impure blood. This condition may Lead to serious illness. It should be promptly Overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Which purifies and ' Enriches the blood, Strengthens the nerves, Tones the stomach, Creates an appetite. pression upon all. Tho service over the amen said and echoed from a hundred hearts, the happy couple led the way out .of the church. An hour later Mr. and Mrs. Gay took their departure" for the homo of the groom near Winchester, he being one of the most highly regarded citizens of Clark county. Tho well wishes of a host of friends will follow this couple through life, for we of Richmond know what a jewel has been transferred from the happy homo and loving friends of her childhood and young womanhood to the now scenes and untried friends of her new home. May God bless this union of hearts and lives. Richmond Band Selected To Furnish At Tho itiaysvillc Conclave. Music iWe w quality, -- Advertise Facts ,. ' olliing is price, It is a mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap well but is poor in goods that looks more certain to create dissatisfaction than Wb,''&W&&Q mmm mill FflRfs fin hi "-3- - i tf Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But Low Prices and Good Goods Sit' make a wonderfully strong combination. We wish first to call your attention to our SHOES for both Ladjes' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreciated as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guaranteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our Ms .......$ 1 50 price cloth tops, heel or Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and S 1 50 spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you : 12 12 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed and ready to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piect of With a Twenty-fiv- e Yours Respt., furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. fcMiV. McKee Cohnepv, Richmond, Ky. SA Ntf H M NW G MS $ rjK $K g ?i VS Mf $ ? N V Ny VM $ Q s S X $ ? ,s M fore last, the flirt man to finish about here. Prof. R. C Adams is conducting: a singing class at the school house. No man is happier in the practice of his profession. Our clever operator and depot agent, Mr Wolf, is at Valley View for a few days in place of our old friend 11. R. Smith, formerly agent here. On Thursday last James Wills and Miss Nellie Johnston, accompanied by her father, L. W. Johnston, her sister, Miss Effie. anil Miss Sally Broaddus, niece of Mr. Wills, drove to the residence of Elder E. P. Benton and were quietly married. The party then repaired to the home of J. B. 3roaddus, where a nice supper was in waiting. Thus another young man is disqualified for the Cuban war, and is highly qualified to pursue the avocations of peace-Thmany friends of the happy couple wish them a and prosperous voyage on the matrimonial sea, and that their cup of jov may remain forever full. e g Specials for 1 This Week Ha est and Latest Patterns in HAMBURGS AND LACES, An elegant line of the New- JMWBT. Miss Maud Crandall has resumed her school at Buffalo. Mr. T. J. Million was at home a few sis-to- feas-abl- !M SPECIAL $9 & ETC. to-b- e. days last week from Tyrone. Miss Mattie Holman returned Saturday from a three weeks visit to her r, at Nicholasville. organized here the The Sunday-schofirst of the month is progressing nicely, great interest being manifested in the work. The remains of tho late Talton New-bwere removed to the Richmond cemetery last week. Deceased lias been dead for eight years. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Griggs, was buried at the Jenkins graveyard last Tuesday. Pneumonia was tho cause of death. ol y m) pSSoi $-- : Cheek and Striped Dimities. Pereals. Ging hams, etc. Also an Elegant Line of Table Linens, ALL GRADES. Line WHITE GOODS in plain and eneekecl Indian Linens, Check iNansooks. m m WHITE & QIBiSON, et5 raxi LjK Catarrh Cannot with LOCAL be (lured Dillingham Corner. Sal-le- e, bric-a-bra- c. - APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach theseatof tho disease Catarrh is a blood or coustitional disease, and in order to cure it you unibt take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood aud mucous surfaces. HallV Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians iu this couf.tiy for . years, and a regular It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho mucous biirt.iees. The perfect combination of il.p two ingredients is what prodnces such wonderful result in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. K. J. Cheney & Co., Prop., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price 75c. aprO lm preri-riptiou- m MANAGER. ..00. . Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. U M l5 U " fc The States of Peunsylvaiii. New York, Illinois an;; Alabama have more population together than Spain, and aio White, John D two years vastly more wealthy. f 3' S $ mch2-6m v 1,100 s Collector's Sale -- COLORED BurRin, Mary hr's LIST. 3 FOR- Cv5a.ss,S91 OF Burton, Steve Ballard, Wiustoa two years Breck, Burgoyne two years Burnam, J C Burgin. Martha hr's . . 200 100 250 (300 Blythe, Sol Town Lots. -- Beu'na, Charlen Crutcher, George Carmachael, John Chenault, oho Cobh, Squire . Campbell, Mat Jr Cochran, Sarah, two years . Cornelison. Ed two years. . o::oDuncan, Ann John L. Baxter, Collector of tho City Donahey, CauiLs of Richmond, will offer at public sale in Embry, Rebecca front of the Court House door, in Rich Estill, Nannie mond, Ky., on Francis. Edward Gilbert, Amelia Harris, Ben two years . . Harris, William f 250 200 200 300 250 400 "i'ocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I " was a sufferer for ten years, trying most all kinds of pile remedies, but without success. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve was recommended to me, I used one box. It has effected a permanent cure" As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has no equal. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. M-1- SADDLE -- STOLEN! 200 SCO name on it in six places on each ot the , and fenc-ershas an IS inch stirrup leatherswith wooden stirrups. A liberal reSOO ward will be given tor return of same or infor150 mation leading to recoverv. aPr27' BEN BdEK, Kingston, Ky. 150 250 Hctels AtKi.tnhlsH"ty.on Sunday.OApril dark, a Mosby Saddle, with W 200 250 150 150 CPUT WALL MIh Pi lJUfi 1 With Border to match afc 3c JJGi Saturday, May 21, '98, .'. 250 200 150 450 150 Irvine, Sallie Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., Irvine, Ellen and 4 o clock, p. m., the following prop- Irvine, Joe erty, to pay the city taxes assessed against same in the year 1S97. WHITE LIST. Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B $ 160 Ballard, Mrs. Mary A. hr's . . 1,CC0 Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca hr's . . 500 -- Jarman, Sarah tiro years Miller, William Miller, Martha'.)' Miller, Harrison "D Mitchell, Mary Mildred, Morse) , . . . 250 600 100 400 300 f per yard JSTeat paper at c' Gllt PaPers from 6 ers as JU1U, uuu- - lovr lc 350 maid-of-hono- r, Brooks, J. J Clay, Launey Morgan, Ann. 400 Poland, Q V 250 150 150 150 150 150 150 .; go-jv- CREAM BAKING E. Cunningham, Mrs. Lavinia . . Carr, Joe adin'r T G Hacker. Duncan, W S , ? Doty, CK Farley, WL Grjeu, J S (n r) Hicks, Fred adin'r Jas Hicks, two years Hair, Mrs Amanda Hagerman, b'c two years . . Mulfingor, A.F Mareura, Hichard two years . ... O'Neil", David Parrish, S D . . 4 WWMB Rowland, Mrs Mary.T . . . Smith' Wm H Jr two years . . SfnUhifJolmTtweTeA . . 1,300 Wi lit .TaUV- -.e v. 50 "Widjn,Qwfca. 00 Tribble Harry Tribble John . 050 Taylor; Millie . 500 Tomiin, Harry . 150 TerrillrJkJOfrs . 250 White, Jaaw A iwo years . '350 White, Wtweyn tars 1,400 White, AkA 2,400 White, Mary . 1,500 'Whoeler, Wide 2,000 Willifte, ShIIicJ jtwo years 1,500 100 100 5,500 700 200 1,000 Phelps, George ,ar's StoneVillis . .k. Stone, Irvine Smith, Cassia Shepper J, Charli is two years Tnbble, Mose 300 . . '300 300 250 300 150 250 075 ISO lw ... :i ' U50 300 .. . 250 400 360 pMr ,?ffUafe it G watt. tA 2Vfr '.SSS, m Ymm. Whit. PBRHHT JferH Y J C - Ir' ' ir ii.h Ma r iT . 1,090 W lencedpaijfcjes? I our new line of combination Wall and Ceiling Papers with Borders to match. They are the cream of all the factories bought in quantities of jobers prices and they wont cost you but very little monej. No Brown backs or cheap underground goods, but all of the best stock, designs and color ings, o- use to waste tout time looking at the small sample books carried around and displayed by every Tom, Dick and Harry, when we can sell 3ou for less price than any of the cities. We have in our enjploy a number of skilled paper hangers. We only charge 10 cents per single roll to bang your paper in a skillfull jnaaaer, then why trUSt THMll WrV trv inomor. - should UP- - You see ' GEO M. WUXGING, Wv Mfe ., Ihfcinl.jfr, I BiBmlSWBrMiMwi?'-vvii'ai-i 4n Wea mar brfe(f rrv , Who can think of sose tjuxpio tlil&e to Tmlmtt Ton TTA.lih -- T 1 TheRichmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. : r- AFTER INTERVENTION " - . BURNING FIELDS OF ICE. -- WHAT? (KUL. for thetr ti3 wte offer UiTH.uuas iuiicI ArRLL 27, - - 1698. REQUIREMENTS C " . tf March 1, 1837. J ItEXCEPT x SUNDAY. m. 630 6 51 - - H U. -- WST BOUNdT p.m. 3 00 3 20. 3 32 3 48 3 58 so 4 S" Bte-- 6 f S. r. L. M. " Bv m!X VlT r.OPND. 7 02 7 08 -- 720 . 8 8 8 8 8o " 12 22 28 40 62 i 58 4 5 10 . - - 1 K- - If " " . renn ) ' ,. 720 HpRFHi AW, Gen'l Tass. Agent "n'' Supt, Br- -' n Kentucky. U, .UM . 8 9 . 9 9 10 10 10 11 11 11 a.m. 20 32 38 48 00 40 p.m. 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 30 42 48 58 10 56 10 33 41 48 59 25 35 06 J v C pid i!''! ai Oil!!! Eailwiy. Winchester, Ky. 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pin 4 50 , " J nl -- ' -! BOUND. ira A ceo in H- - fiille r ccom. V pm 0 r k B. . " - BilUND. rail Accom. t 11 B ix H v " . Accom n run 9 15 58 6 30 9 23 am am pm pm , , L daily except SQn- i dining car service to fKorsleeperrcxerrations HOOD. Agent L.iN.ny., Richmond, Ky. . ( Bin Lexington. Ky. M il EM ndNcxrOrleansVestibuled pd makes it "Easier Than to the above mentioned n' line which runs Free ind Vestibuiled trains he houth, also a weekly (or California, ji ir Tnurwld S 18am 9 2Spra -i - f of Illinois Central Kail- the time to cans, has raadeif'Easier all points in Arkansas, .us and California The ith which the Illinois . ji .a ji v laj u.ia 7 4gpra 8 20pm S 4aaia 4 4Spm 2 4Spm 9 SIpiH 5 15pm Uie'.T Cute U CiSfcrHL n d mast a comfortable trip to will do well to com-- ii Traveling Passen- Kj . r. I Kkllond, A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. dec29-lv 1(r.i, 111 I il & B. R. I, R. Sun-emb- er Taking Effect 5, lSlHi. Class. 1M n v 2d Class. No. 9 ( iun Kx Snn Ex SHn 1 No.3 P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 8 13 8 33 M. 22 02 ' ' 25 A.M. 5 25 6 48 8 29 '41 "W i 8 59 9 15 10 08 10 05 16 25 M. 2 13 IB . 0 .' Vt u. in 40 11 35 - lo. id xun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 1 So. 1 1 1 4 .No. 8 M P. M. 25 50 55 2 09 2 12 2 25 S 10 3 25 P. M. A. M 11 1 56 05 45 .... 1 20 1 f h " V OS . - 'I M 2 15 3 50 4 15 5 00 C 3 50 4 10 35 i :i Li uistille i with C N. O.&T.P.trains anati R'R'K. Train Dispatcher. -- P. M. P. 31. P. M. with Louisville Southern penntenden. & M. . ' DIVISION. MasiIIp, Nov. 7, 1S9G. for Cincinnati, Win- - R R. r. akv m.1 frT r and Iexinptou 7.20 1.00 12 55 a. m. nati. Paris, Mays-- v inch ester and .'ion mail. .;ton, London) ne for Livingston, n Jellico.Knoxville and I Winchester. " .nd. Lancaster j nl. And, ne for Cincinnati, 3.19 p. m. 11.43 a. m. 7:05 rl. -- tieulars call on or address, KUPEK HOOD, Agt. Lancaster and 1010 k I K a , SOUTHERN RfllLWftY. KNTUfK Y I rrot firm. a. iso7. I No.1. No. 5. NaS. 'Sol 72Smi l 7 45am 4 irpm 7 45pm 9 Main .Vljim, 9lITpm Kill tun C3()pii) 9H)pm 'lllZlaiii fi.52pmll0iwpm jlli.Viam 7 20ptulia35pm Ncui i Na4. 4.20pm, 4 iim ROiUmf 4.4f.pm; tttiim h.2Tuiii 5.10pm I 5.21am 9 Ifiam lUSOumi 7.S0pmj 7.gTam : 5 and 0 carry Kn Oborra- 14. WESTBOUKD. STATIflNS. Ar Vr NoT"l2.No. Ar LamclirxAr HunidbgAr llurgln..Lv STATIOKS. IuUll Ar 7.3opm! 10.50am RSOam 4.1Ppm, 7.30am 4.08pml 7.20am WrSTBODtfD. No. No.-ltit- (vr l 1050am 9.11am r 7.55pm Ar Midway Ar 7.35am vr ' Ioulsvll Ar ShelbvllAr Veolles Ar bJpm 7.30pm Ucorgtn Lv 7.0aam 1.00pm aspm 4.15pm J hTATIOJTS. L I.V ' " " 4 7.55am 4.40pm a: r fi&Sam 2.50pm Ar Klchmnd Lv &05am 2.2Sjim 1.23pm Ar Irvme Lt I No. 1. 1 No. X 7.45am 7.45pm A Vrlt Ar Nlchlvill IxulsvilAr,ia50ami 7J;)pm WESTBOUND. TtNo. t'tNo. 2. 10L55am iq3jpm . 7.lopm 7.45am l " p-- a . ............ . t1 ? " L3Vam 1.15pm 5.00am 9.10am ..- 65pm 8.00am 10.40pm 1.10pm 1.05am 8.45am 6.10pm 8.15am 10.05pm Ii50pm 2.3iam 9.50pm &30am &30am ........ ........ "it-r- e Tree Chair car LoulsrlUe to connecting with Solid Vestl-crrj.ng v '- J Chattanooga; iullman Sleeping Car to also to New Or- - Purman Sleepex Louisville, to aso Lexington to Jacksonvxiio -r. Ashevillc, and Pullman Unloa on to New Orleans. lraUy except Sunday. R5l' i (2rtTA, tye. Cen-Su- S.tSwirr.P.&T.A.. TTlnirtoa. Kt. Kr n. u J.JI.CUW.X.M WM.H.TATHOZ.A.O.FJL ion, PA. .D.C. wuuBCtea. u.v. JjtnttimUXr. through tho ice and applying a match How will war accomplish it? And afto the surface of the water. The flames ter war, what? will shoot up as high as a man and will LY GOOD MEN WANTED. 1. After intervention, independence burn brightly for a minute or two. This (or Cuba. No tnoro .Spanish oppresShould you volunteer your services is what has been possible for several' sion. "No more robbery of the Cubans at the first call for an addition to the wititeis on Doniphan Lake, Kansas, for tribute to Spain. No more butcharmy yon stand a chance to f liter the and ou one of its tributary streams. eries. No more starvation. No more The fuel for these fires is natural gas, blowing up of our ships in Havana ranks if you are between 21 and 30years old, of good character and habits, nblo which bubbles up through the water the Harbor. 2. War will free Cuba and insure Both tbo method and results when bodied and free from disease, not less year round, but it is only during the Is tho best for Syrup of Figs is taken; it Is pleasant than 5 feet 4 inches tall and between very cold winter nights that it is thus liibting peace upon the only sectne tregularttles in Feaale Tropes. Corrects aU Fctn-ilOrgans. and refreshing to tho taste, and acts 12S and IDG pounds in weight. If you temporarily stored under the ice in im- - IMMS of justie mid freednin. It will taken for Change of Lite nrul before Shouldbe gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, measure above 5 feet 10 idles in height niense bubbles or pockefs, sometimes. relieve the United States of a loii"Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- or weigh above 105 pounds you can ten or twenty square yards in extent.' standing menace and a honor elo-- lo Mivlacnlylir CSat- Puncture these bubbles with a chisel, ourbbores. '"Unsettled question have tem effectually, dispels colds, s enter the infantry or artillery, hut not and fevers and cures habitual the cavalry. The&e ate requirements apply a lighted match, and one has a no pity for tho tepo&e of nations." constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho for eiitiancc to the regular uruiy. They roaring flauio before which tho skater 'No question is settled until it is set- Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors tr W. only remedy of its kind ever pro- would remain in force during the may warm his benumbed fingers. The tled right." 3 The application of force (or war, duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac- muntering of volunteers until men experimenter must bo careful to btand ceptable to the stomach, prompt in should be passed in with iusutlicicnt between the wind and the jet of gas as if you will have that inexact word) will HlP lllllnill I I'fll IIPO IllM I'l'lll its action and truly beneficial in its speed. Then tho restrictions in legard no tignts it, or lie will Imvejns clothing ' accomplish tho results just named bv IllUlllllUIIU llUUllUU illUillVLti effects, preparedi only from the most to stgo would be made less exacting. bingeu ueioro lie can get out of the way bauishiiii; Snain from this lu.i..;.. healthy and agreeable substances, its In great emergency the fighting ago of his impromptu toich. phoro. Spain is the exciting cause of t'toporteil every Tuesday at noon by i'ciun:iii;j tx j., oiilillf and mere are places where the gas supply all tho troubles in Cuba, as hor Bour many excellent qualities commend it would doubtlesb be stretched to from Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. is so abundant as to prevent the ice from bonism, her rapacity, her cruelty to all and have made it the most 18 to 15. and popular remedy known. The restrictions in regard to weight forming, except on the ery coldest her incapacity for civilized governEGGS 61 to 7c in trade Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 would perhaps bo changed, but very nights. When such places are frozen ment wero tho cause of tho revolutions BUTTER -- Choice country, 12J20c. cent bottles by all leading drug- heavy men would not be accepted. Fat over they remain covered ouly a that successively freed Mexico and BEESWAX 2025c. for the gas, coming from a considgists. Any reliable druggist who men do not make as good soldiers as Central and South America from her DRIED FRUiT Apples bright, oc. may not have it on hand will pro- tihu men. The war department has erable depth in tho earth, is so warm domination. WOOL Clear grease wool, 16Hc; cure it promptly for any one who prepared a table showing what is con that it soon melts a passageway thiough 4. After war, peace. With peace tho hurry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. wishes to try it. Do not accept any sidered to be tho correct proportions Df the ice and escapes. The past winter organization of "a stable and indeCHEESE Country, 10c. substitute. height, weight and cheat measure- formed ice of fifteen inches thickness pendent government in Cuba by the 1TMOTHY 60. ment. If you correspond very nearly on the lake, and yet some of the areas free action of the people thereof" a CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. CLOVER .7). SAN FRANCISCO. CAL to these you may consider yourself of of gas supply were not frozen over. government based upon the consent of e.l, BLUK GRASS 10 HEW YORK, N.T. UOVtSYlUE. KT. military physique. A man 5 feet 4 Near the entrance of one of tho creeks the governed: a republic. 50c; extra clean, 00?75c; fancy clean, Jan5-l- y This will he the grandest exhibition pure seed. $l(a$1.35. inches tall bhould weigh 128 pounds, into the lake the water is quite shallow, should hae a chest measuring thirty-iw- o and the bottom may be readily seen. ol unselfishness ever made by a strong BEANS-- SI 0OSl.."i0 per bu. and inches without breath Here the gas has formed regular chan- people in behalf of a weak one. This IRISH POTATO and should have a chest expansion of nels up through tho mud, and out of will be the noblest monument to the SHOULDER MEAT-- Oe. at least two inclus. A man o feet 10 these, bubbles of gas are discharged martyrs of the Maine. BACON-- Tfr 10c. inches tall bhould weight 155 pounds, every few seconds HAMS 8(T 10c Thirty-fiv- e years makes a generation. should have a chest measuring Bucklcn'fc Arnica Salve. That is how long Adoph Fisher, of. By Old Established House inches when without bieath and an or Woman. Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Zanesville, 0 , suffered from piles. He of cood Church standing. In ahould have a chest expansion of at H act as Manager here and do office work and . LOUISVILLE, KY. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever was cured by using threb boxes of correspondence at their home. Business al leabt two and niches, Witch Hazel Sahe. Douglas & ready built up and established here. Salarv ChilC feet 1 inch tall, he Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, if he he jyiO. Enclose stamped envelWines', Druggist. ope for our trms to A. P. T. Elder, General should weigh 17(5 pounds, should blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Manager. 183 Michigan Avenue. Chicaco. Ill- and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- A Call to All Merchants In Central Kentucky. First floor. apr6-3measure thirty-si- x and g American and inches aiound his chot after breath-u- quited. It is guaranteed to give rerfect Apropos the discussion now on over satisfaction or money refunded. Price P out and should have achestexpau 9? 25 cents per box. For 6alo by Perry & the running of excursions out of the inches. city suul dherting trade into other As -European Plus, sion of at least two and r Weights between these are given pro- Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. channels, the Winchester Democrat decl5-l- y portionate measurements for tho other G. White. contains the following, introducing a The Ladies' Restaurant is the details. call for a meeting of Central Kentucky BOWED TO REED. finest in the city. In the event of war many requiremerchants: We have so often alluded Chicago This is the grateful exEvery convenience for ladies ments prescribed for enlistment in the As was expected Dispatch.J who know to the duty as well as the advisability by those the regular army during peace must of our people trading at home, and pression of the thirsty spending the day in the be eliminated. the power of Czar Iteed, the house rehave so frequently pointed out the adsoul who tastes the liquids jected the cause in the Senate Resolucity. Thousands of sufferers fiom grippe tion recognizing the independence of vantages of so doing that anything cooled by ice made from further on the subject would seem Gentlemen's Cafe on have been restored to health by One Cuba. pure distilled water by Office floor. Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures But Reed's victory has been gained at superfluous; in view of the fact, however, that Louisville and Cincinnati the Richmond Ice FactoMUSIC Thurs coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, the expense of a dangerous split in the merchants are considering the advanday and Sunday grippe, asthma, and all throat and lung Republican party. All ry the evening. tages to these cities of running cheap disease. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. of the administration were employed to EdgTTree delivery, in any THOS. A. MULLIGAN, keep the Republican forces in line to de- shopping excursion trains, in a card THE MOST FAV0RALE SEASON below, one of our principal merchants quantity, and on short decl-l- v MANAGER. feat the recognition of Cuban independnotice. ence, and, while this eflort was success- suggests the calling of a convention of To cure catarrh is in the spring. Durmerchants in the towns that would be ' ful, it has resulted in placing Republicing the winter the patient is likely to ans in affected by these excursions to take the house at swords' points. steps toward organized effort to defeat take fresh cold and have a McKinley in his resolve to protect the these threatened inroads on their trade. But if treatment is begun in the spring Spanish bondholders has sacrificed the AVe can hardly agree with him taat and continued into the summer, noth- prospects of his own party and has ing need be feared for the succeeding opened Lexington is the place for the meetMANAGER. a conflict in Republican ranks ing, as the papers of that city, while winter. Of course, it all depends on that will result in disaster. FOR decrying the Louisville and Cincin LOUIS L. LANDMAN. the medicine. There are a great many Tnere can be no doubt that tho masses &. "L-nati excursions, are in favor of similar catarrh medicines which relieve the of M. ID.. r the Republican party are heartily most disagreeable symptoms temporar-Ilv- . excursions to Lexington from sur 'vm?i awo. oVgcA&mvY bus.. sick of Hanna. There can be doubt that rounding iiTiV J? Pe-r- u towns. Winchester is the na cures more slowly but there are many Republicans Ul 1U1I111 who desire place. J also more permanently than this class It is as accessible as any other to be loyal to McKinley, but they will Four of the host Tire Insurance Comand as one of the places affected, will No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, of medicines. A course of panies in the United btates. Losses paid will be at the Glyndon Hotel, Richmond, Ky., refuse to embrace in their loyalty his promptly. he heartily in favor of the movement. during the spring will cure catarrh kichen cabinet. But as McKinley clings WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2Cta, 1898, is all a mistake on the part of the more quickly than at any other season. to Hauna, or as Hanna, like the old It eery second In the Prudental, you are offered the who go on these excursions. returningu lasses aujusieu Wednesday ofoieach people Mr. Walter H. Tucker, Concord, X H., mourn, to an persons ie best Life Insurance attainable, and on man of the sea, clings tollcKinley.and A febl6-lday is lost, an excursion train is al fective vision at popular prices the most approved plans. In Accident writes Dr. Hartman as follows: "'When refuses to be shaken off, both will have ways Insurance we again gite the best We uncomfortable, and when the I began taking your medicines four to go down will not transact business with irresponto defeat together. sible companies. fare, the cost of dinner, street car fare, years ago I was suffering with chronic 261 Second Street, Out of the bungling course of the ad and other incidental expenses are concatarrh. 1 had taken nearly two dozen ministration will Up Stairs. come a victory for the sidered, purchasers usually find they bottles of a so allied catarrh cure withpeople. From evil, in the end. will good could hae done better at home. This A black spotted sow came to my place, on out much relief. cured the result. Persistence in a policy dictated is the selfish side of Linden street, about January IS, and has since night sweats and dizziness; it cured the question. by Hanna, the attorney for the money been fed by me. Owner can have same by call The other side is that it is duty, and ing and paying all charges. the cough I have had from my cradle; power, will bring about the downfall of should be our pleasure to THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. I can say it saved my life." stand by feb9-t- f JOE BUSH. the Republican party, and the people each other, in order that each may Dr. Hartman lias published in book will come to their own again. form a series of lectures on various assist the other in making a living. Long Troubles and Consumpion Can be phases of chronic catarrh, 'which he SPRING RUNNING RACES LOUISVILLE, This applies to the capitalist, as well Cured. as to the laborer and business man, calls "Winter Catarrh." This book KENTUCKY MAY because in this way only can his debtor will bo sent free to any address by The On account of the above occasion, obtain money to pay rent or interest. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Drug Manufacturing ComMakes a Free Offer to Our Headers. the Southern Railway will sell from all Let the meeting be held and steps pany, Columbus, Ohio. HE PATS THE stations in Kentucky, Round Trip tick- taken to counteract this efTort to diAs to the magnitude of Spain's debt, ets to Louisville, Ky , on May inThe distinguished New York chemist, T. A. vert legitimate trade into foreign Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a rethere can be no two opinions, says the clusive, at rate one and d fare. channels. liable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, Atlauta Constitution. In round numOn May 4th, Derby Day. May 11th To the Merchants of Central Kentucky: throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline bers it aggregates $1,250,000,000. or 73 and 19th, tickets to be sold from all The season of the year is fast ap- . . . YOU PAY FOR THE . . . and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions per capita. Our own national debt stations in Kentucky at one faro for the proaching when our vnrious little of wasting awav, will send THREE FHEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discovaggregates only $1,000,000,000 in round Round-Trigood Two (2) days. cities will be posted and dodgers scatto any afflicted reader of the Climax eries numbers, or barely $10 per capita. writing for them. For particulars, call on your nearest tered announcing "cheap excursions" His "New Treatment" has cured thSusands But while Spain is encumbered with Agent. Win. TayLoe, to Louisville and Cincinnati. These permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering burdensome financial obligations wo Assistant General Passenger Agent, railroads having gotten, they think, Phone 3. Second St. a trial of his infallible humanity to donate should not close our eyes to the fact 216 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. cure. all they can out of us for the season or, Science daily develops new wonders, and RICHMOND, KY. giving no thought whatever to us, this great chemist, patientlv experimenting for that she is still in much better condiFruit Not All Killed years, has produced results as benificial to tion than some of thp other powers of s have frequent excursions at very humanity as can bo claimed by any modern Mr. Hillenmeyers gives to the LexAGENTS sell our Printing genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and Europe. For instance, France at the to cities, thereby causing us all WASTED Vulcanizers, to Ilaugago and Key ' Presses, consumption are curable in any climate is present time owes $4,446,703,395, or $116 ington Herald of April 14, tho follow incalculable harm, and doing us great ChccLs.StPCl and ItubbcrStamp". Seal Pressproven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," n ing encouraging report: es. Stencls. &c. J. F. W. DOltMAN CO.. and European laborato- per capita; and on the score of finantiled in his injustice by causing a diversion of our ries in thousand i com those cured in all parts Complying with your request to sav local trade. Tho duty now devolves cial embarrass.ueut, France is much world. of the concede that bronchial, worse off thau Spain. Medical exper Even Great what tho biiow and frost of the 5th upon us to act at once for mutual prochest and lung troisles lead to Consumption, FREE: S20.00 CI CI0LD, which, uninterrupted, means tpcedy and cerBritain herself is loaded with debt, and 6th have done for the fruit, suffi- tection. If the matter was properly k r 1 1 Tl BIcycle.GoId Watch, Diamond Y rt tain death. VPfciA 0 Kins, or a bcholarshlp in M C, 98 Pine the burden which she carries aggegat-in- g cient time has elapsed to determine Simply write to T. A. Slocum, presented to the railroad companies, Draughon's Practical Business k street. New York, giving postoffice and express $3,350,000,000, or $37 per capita. very closely the extent of tho injury. they would no doubt discontinue the College, Nashville, Tenn.,or address, and the free medicine will be promptJ jy Texarkana, Tex., or c scholThe snow and ice of the 5th inflicted very objectionable practice. I, there- 2. should take instant advanly sent. bufXerers Italy's debt is $2,324,S56,000, or $70 per arship in most any other reputable business coltage of his generous proposition. capita; the Netherlands $430,589,000, little loss, but the morning of the 6th, fore, think that a meeting of all the lege or literary school in the U. S. can be secured Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Youths by doiugalilUe work at Jlr7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. clear as crystal, with tho thermometer merchants of Central Kentucky Advocate, an illustrated home for the journal. 's or $95 per capita; It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and $2,806,000,000, or $70 per capita; and at 53 degrees, swept off Kentucky's should be held in Lexington at an especially interesting and profitable to young or $39 per capita. peach crop very closely. Those kinds early date to take the matter in hand people, but read with interest and profit by peoGreece's ple of all ages. Stories and other interesting Germany is the only European power with small flowers are practically a to- and present our grievances before the matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Aadress which is substantially out of debt. tal loss. Here and there a sound bud proper authorities. With that end in Agents wanted. Tenn. Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, f Mention thiapapcrj may bo found, hut there can only be view, I request correspondence from She owes $77,577,000, or $1 57 per auglS-lcapita; Eussia ewes $3,941,000,000, or a scattering of fruit. the "afflicted" as in 'Unity there is Trsi Now tho seedings" and that limited Strength." $30 per capita, and Turker $S2l ,000,000 CALDWELL'S T. Landsberg. A Book for Young and Oft!. list of kinds with largo flowers, that or $37 per capita. more fully unfolded the tender embryo, CONSTIPATION. VECURE OUR have fared much better, and of these HERVOUS RECORD there will be quite a crop. The large Every expectant mother has flowering kiuds, popularly grown in a trying ordeal to face. If she does not Esfi 1878 BLOOD Kentucky, almost without exception 250,000 uzi SKIN& ripen in July, and of these, barring I hare rented for 1898 the several houses adCO0DflUrM0Rl further loss, there will be an abund vertised by me last December, but have now DISEASED PRIVATE four or five other nice cottages, w ell located ance. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at MEN ; my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, LEASES Cherries have fared badly, and the with Stephen D Parrish, CURED outlook is that the birds will be able to FLORIDA n. PARRISH, It isn't much trouble harvest what crop there may be withE Attorney and Agent. Jan2S-t- f for a really healthy man assistance-Plum- s, to De gooa numorea. out can think Jollity and exhuberaat health are a prowith the exception of a CURED of some simple Wanted-- An Idea Who to patent? verbial combination. The hearty man who tWDg and the recently introduced isalwavs laughing doesn't have any trouble hprr ni&v ou vreaun. YOUNG MAN Protect your Ideas & CO- - Patent Attor with his digestion. It has been said that Go3'6on btains, are entirely uninjured. Write JOltiw wKnnF.Kn when ignorant of tho terrible crimo you nvfl WosblDgton. D. IX. for their 1.8U) pnto oner laughing makes people healthy. The truth - nciciv'UiiuiiV4tib Pears, even the early blossoming, and list of two hundred lnvcnUons wanted. uuvuwauj wviiiviut is that health makes people laugh. tlnmmnntd f Vita lUTJ lAOUluniiufa ai lt faauatatiiai tiauiciubuu) vt uiio Avt It is impossible to estimate the tre- Chinese kinds, have pulled through in too lato to avoid tho tO Mj habit? When E3 rible results, were yocr eyes oicned to mendous influence of health upon human safety. t!E. . KI1EY Lib rtrar peril? Did yon later on in man-Icharacter. A man with a headache will get ready for it, Lood contract any rKIVATE or BliOOD Grapes, all the small fruits and apnot be in a happy, contented frame of Vlrt vnTi rmw there is no telling '4 J:.A. ...9 W.HtnMiMHi.1? vw...w. lupcamt nviujuuotwii mind. A man who suffers from a weak ples are entirely bound. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends and then see soma alarming symptoms I what may happen. stomach and an impaired digestion will sit J)iro yon marry in "your present Wright's Celerv Capsules. Tho rain of fetiuday, tho soft warm and grumble through the best meal ever Child-birt- h is full Vou know. LIKE PATIIER. Shelbyville, Ky., Way 26, '96. To mamea. prepared. A bilious man who is not a air and tho full saturation of tliu earth, LIKE IfdreadT aro you con-a of uncertainties ii Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: bore, is deserving of a place in a museum. Is marriage stantly living in failure with you on account of any weakA nervous man who is not pctulent and all tend to minimize the injury of the Nature ia not given proper assistance. Gents I have purchased a box of by early abuse or later exness caused is a curiosity. AU these con- recant frost, and there is now no reason Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. cesses? Ilr.vc you been drugged with ditions lead to grave diseases, when the all Kinds may not Middelton, druggist, and used them for mercury? This booklet will point outto victim becomes not only disagreeable, but wly fruits of nearly yon tho rcsulu of thefo crimes and point Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constibo abundant. dependent as well. A wise wife will realout how our NL'W METHOD TREAT pation and found that they cave me imize that while the old saying that a " man's MENT will positively cure you. it The frosts of March 25, 1894, weie of is tho best help you can use at this time. mediate relief every lime. 1 think it an shows how thousands have been saved by is in his stomacfi," is not literally heart i3 a liniment, and when regularly apour NEW TREATMENT. It proves true, it is a fact that his stomach sweetens even boverity at a time when vegeta- It excellent remedy. hdw wo can flOARANTEC TO CURE or soars his character according as it is tion was just about as in.teh advanced plied several montlis before baby comes, ANY CDKABLE CASE OR NO PAY. healthy or unhealthy. Dr. Pierce's Golden Yours very truly, easy and nearly pain-- j We treat and cur EMISSIONS, Medical Discovery is the best of medicines as now, but all tree fruits were totally it makes the advent Varicocele, syphilis, gleet, Q Geo. W. Rilev. less. It relieves and prevents " morning for the conditions described. It makes killed at that time. The reasqn we stricture. impotency, disCthe weaU stomach strong, the impaired have escaped beiious loss at this time sickness," relaxes the overstrained musdrains, unnatural HARGES, laDNEx- and RLADDER digestion perfect, invigorates the liver, , (1 if eases. purifies and enriches the blood and tones is because of the full saturation of the cles, relieves tho distended feeling, short-nerves. It tears down inert earth, the humish condition of tbo air ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cer-- j the AJAX TABUETS POSTJIVELX UUiLE CURES GUARANTEED tissues and replaces them with the firm XW'trmu IHtratfFiLllng Memany dangerous ory, Impoteocr Sleepleesnees, cte cansea muscular tissues of health. It builds new and the slow change from cold to tain without AVagcs of Sin" sent free by The tT Ahoaa or other Eic nwin and IndisMother's Friend is good for only one, nONKIILTATlON and healthy nerve fibres and brain cells. warm. They miUklv antt surely cretions. restore test Vitality in old orroacc-annervousness and melancholy TMLKE. If unable to call, write for It dissipates mental elasticity and courage. baainsss or manrlasft. aro not seriously in purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood or tit a luan for rind j, and CcmscmDtlon it jiujui While fiutts QUESTION llliAAli. lor and imparts fePnmtnt TnunitTand pain. TREATMENT. inM ThrnM aSnwt immediate, lmDrOTC It is the best of all known medicines for jured, they are more or less devitalized tt CUBE whoro nil other fail. and ITS.&. nervous disorders. Our dollar ner bottle at all drug stores, or menlnpow effect atbo srautnr Alx Tablets. TfcoT having "Through your skillful treatment I am once and could not now endure long consent by express on recefpt of price. nTOOTred thousand and tril)canB,JRiTy a posmore a well man." writes J. N Arnold. Esq.. of tinued cold rains or blaek wimlsiJSuclt SKENNEDY FueBBooKS,"contfl.lninK valuable; informaitive written traaraalee to eject a cars CA fiTt m Gandy.Xopan CoZ Nebr. I suffered for years tion for women, will bo sent to any addrcM eoeheecaor refond the Doner. PrfW and could not .Sad relief until I commenced weatherrcp"u'ditioii3 are not Usruitl ju upon application'to 122 W. FOURTH STREET, taking your ' Golden Medical Discovery.' I suf' THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR C fered with constipation and' torpidity of liver April, and ffor the present thjsre is . CINCIMNATIO.. " Attest, (ku ' which raoKed in irritation of the prostate and every, reason to feel hopeful that tho j JMskBiOed, Xy. injUtnKMttion of the bladder. , ;I had saly takes Tor sate . t rv Hferadoa. -ia .. ' ' one of abamweei M( f 5oae Botuc wneKixxHKi inttTeuei. vbc wdf year win-bSgW-l- f teM yiriUMte." . FOR ENTERING A subscriber to Tho "World It seems a somewhat butprising state- ton asks us these questions: in Hos ment lo make that on the Will not Tho World glance ahead surface of a Kansas lake it is possible to and answer After intervention, what? build bonfires by simply breaking What will war accomplish for Cuba? I8cientiflc American. r WOMEN ' ?ww,wwcaKc - - -- : -- -- - - '- - - - . .... jcooxtcowSw. -- . 'c. - OA. (UL.r - - -m rvf w. CzJ d -- 7y ""A aa -- 4 THE UNITED STATES ARMY-ON- OSc EKrto'Srrea 2 o j CtilJ-EIrtl- i. I 5 Gfii9tflH Aji3PJ SIHCiF3$fev. r C C O "" fl LJr fl & a H 23 fl&d 3 B H 9 B Q U B 3 3 j g"MB y att 5 X - e raffs &T ff head-ache- "J ' 1 """'""'I' RV.PS2:0i 3-- 4. gvoayofto(, ; v MltOSfe?J!W?STL pMLBlggJpB SSF DRUGGISTS. in. ..-- m .i . .... "a. .". s-:- w , .aoc.a& a. ,.,..., ,j . ., ,. -- I Oj n b.. RUHZSSIEIN 2:05. ?Ti '. ,ino(ni!oo9iio.oo3mo)a'jtitti,.iii).Bfl ttaA.httMAMaa.iAij&i. aSafcflafeAftAaOaAAaaMnahAa G m M8388Sa3QSCOIl3S0C38iaaeBC908M03WJB000O oaao&o alaaaaaaag j.i , j.,.iuu.. ..- ,x .i.j .... iTaBfi iaa. r fla -- sKESBm ? O i ::: 1 Do A a few-day- ,s wor (U SEED-$I.50(- Tr$l SEKD-$2.75- ?$3 SEED-Stripp- one-ha- lf ES-50e- LOUISVILLE II trial 2 23 , ) "ButrroNE" sired by "Baron Wilkes"' 2 tS, '. the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred up to now because his produce out nice and OOa. out sell the produce of any other stallion living " or dead. Baron Wilkes sired "Bnmps" 2:0t Oakland Baron 2.00 Bubenstein 2:05 Baron IJ.ile2:llH Nydia Wilkes 2 ll't Rachel 2:0S4 Baron Rogers 2 03', Baronet 2:11 ", 3 Red Silk 2.10 Baron Dillon 2.12 Baron Crisp 2:12, Bay Baron 2:12l4 Baronmore 1.11', .."BARITONE" 29461.. Qftt... e)e. tea.- - t H IJJJJJJJjJJJJpiJJV xilIv ivl HI Jtv you need a Plov.fl to". n ?r .m u -- r w s r , ansa.. j - ".. (w oo ao to o o 09) "tO en ao at) O -OO ii;; w"Oae a narrow, A OS.. OS).. Wagon, or other f!nrn Planter wwau i. iwUrUi. rarn un? i t- - fflD iemgn l s as as as e o O 9 Wearcsoli igint for lie Hi liratul Vulcan ( nilletl Plows, ami Olil. Farm Wj- -r a Infiif comrliti line of Hardwire tot.? Tin Hoofing jn J Guttering and Tinware Specialty. umj -- j ............ .......... " ooesaeeessassoeaoaosossoccoaasseseoetaoeoo aetoeaee aastaooaetaoaaaaaaodaeenooaftooacnseeaanaiaiijaac TAYLOR..Bro& ;,; .................... eseeeaeeeaeeeeea 9 ...oao 09O Braa2:ll ft f t's one-ha- lf biin-ilanl- y, ALL RACE RECORDS. And 41 others in the list and is as jet comparatively a young hor-.e- . "Bar-toneis a black stallion, nip nose, twowhite feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. this spring. In color, size and action he resembles his sire about a much as any colt he e ergot, and has every thing in his faor that it takes o make up a high-clastock horse, " ss lls TVimiV. L T J?: -- S --- :: it one-quart- m z- ii S &a U I a, V hi PJ f one-ha- lf "is Ci Ice, iz.: For Little SPEED, BREEDING AND INDIVIDUALITI". ';Bakito.sk's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22", and she the dam of Barodaise2:2i', at old, and "Baritone" trial 2:2s1,! by Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of liuy and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of S in 2:31; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she m 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 sen ice with usual return privilege or money refunded m case of failure. 2-- P,ir IVoah-'' Thin 1Yod1,. ( Mil lYnnu I"-and Young People, ltieh People, Piirtieukir Peo- pie and People otherwise. -- I' r AVe can lit the foot ami lit the pocket-boo- k in anv fa) n thing in our line, if faame is within the reach of the retail shoe dealer. l.i B, H. NEALE. J wire-worke- rs wm wm -- mado c.iFV "anu'aciUTinir btcrapo. Sar llubterLi3t c Vrica to J. T. W. Donnan Co.. 121 E Fnyetto St.. Baltimore, MiL, U.S.A. CataJoguo free. We do not offer you $4 shoes for $1.98. because we fij cannot do so, and you also know it cannot be done, but w H we do aim offer you a shoe for $2 that you will pay $3 !? ft r elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that you have paid $4 'S and 63 a pair for. simply because we want you to get your money's worth. CaW. aw A. f&axvuTvc out Sntvci Satvi cotc yjo-abu- cVscydWtc. -- All druggists sell Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. mh set-bac- k. David R. Tevis, JTi.'VK w S14- mZ'T "? 5? 1 Pe-ru-- na s county. feb3-t- f FARMPOR 4T K STATION, Fij Phone, Xo. 21. Freeman Bros., . I j A."tBr First stiifkt. A.SkSkfctVSktSkkk! bVtSkirV m 3H w & &. & & &. 4 H & &JZ rtll.'. I'lN'i Tfll r Ml XT !' iu-- .r Tho undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at A Jt -- -' y y. WHITE'S Estray Hog! on the waters of Silver Creek. It is welT watered There is no better land in Madison je2-l- y Pe-ru-- It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnt ike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc within a half mileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d cash TERMS Sale will be made balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- Pe-ru-- 3-- iMIi 00 FREIGHT. DRINKS. KPfifllfi ff g a Geo. D. White, White's Station. Ky. - -M 126w A JLO'K.i. 5P3-nG335J- ECONOMiST RANGES HAWORTH and VAUDIYER DISC HARROWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. jf jf if & - one-thir- s.fK .a v4j- - w-.x;- C2 - p, . T."3 - h C) w w i i y feslsiil 7&'mmia. llJnV-V?StZK- rWiTrvTrQr5Jt'-- All kinds of Single and Double ShoA'el Plows and all kinds 4ze of farm implements at the closest and best prices at 1X1 3$ fig &-- sy low-rate- Ame-nca- I rJi.' VS-t S trJ a ' ll ilI- - m &' m i . B. -- T v-rw- . zsi ?.-- fe . .ft rnsr? ;,.wi UJ -- Utiri 1 Co., . 1 Successors to Shackelford A Clentrj Austria-Hungary- semi-month- $107,-300,00- 0, Roofing, Guttering and General Job Work. 4. iiB i or oil y SETTING READY SDR. PEPSI M Read This Attorney-at-La- 250,000 s JSssdr&L 4 f I P fault-findin- ir Mother's Friend se-cr- kt half-dea- MADE ME A MAN d - after-effect- s. n.inr.-MfMTTin. oser In-i- Kergan atctd r T e 3b. ISssa-issffibi - '' The bladder was created for ono purold principle, HTTP DT AM Our plan is a new application of an successful life and is insur pose, namoly. a receptacle for the urine, UUI bused uton the actual experience of It Li and as such it is not liable to auy form ance companies, covering a period of over 'M) years. The same principles govont WE pay while joti LIVE. DIL. of disease except by one or two ways. both, only 4 THEY pav wheu vou The first way is from imperfect action of feature. W E oiler- the INVESTMENT DEATH. protect m case of kidneys. The secoud way is from the THEY careless local treatment of other diseases. With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the policy; with , a definite and filed mathematical rule, in lieu of death, matures the pohcy. CHIEF GAUSS. kid-neUnhealthy urine from unhealthy INSURANCE IS A LAW AVERAGE. is the chief cause of bladder troubles. So the womb, like the bladThey ligurc on so man v men out of a thousand dying we figure on so many policies. They der, was created for one purpose, and if kill the mat we kill the policy. not doctored too much is not liable to There is no reasoa why a man should die to reap the benefit of his iatestraent. weakness or d'sease, except in rare coses. We return an average of $2.70 for every dollar paid cs, and yet we assume an obligation lss as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insuranee It is situated back of and very close to than the bladder, therefore anv pain, disease companies cf America. twenty people "If IT? A1 7Creff"V On'y Tim soi'.vd and (20) , er cent, of thexeed it'sare insurable. or inconvenience manifested in the kidheat-tutllfOOIvyf V. ovLy about who least advamtasbs. neys, back, bladder o- - urinary passage is cvxoetai.vjjfeissubaxce. Why should there not be u means provided whereby the other carry investment few ei"hy (SO) ter cent, of the population can open an door to the the same as the favoredenjoy who often, by mistake, attributed to female can get life insurance? Onr mission is to entire population to the the of less of some sort. same or greiier benefits for an equal enjoyed expenditure, considering the advantage to be d, weakness or womb tronblo during life by the 5ne making the Investment. and those advantages may be The error i3 easily made and may he as easily avoided. To find out correctly. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Bet your urine aside for twenty-fois popular and based upon sound business principles, is evidenced by our hours; a sediment or settling indicates large That enr plan membership, as shown by ourremarkable'Exhibitof Growth, See literature and Wc coo rt the closest scrutiny and most thorough investigation. No statement made thai kidney or bladder trouble. The mild be verified by actual results. Kil- cannot and the extiaordinary effect of l)r the srreat kidney and Others Make Money. Why Not You? mer's Swamji-Koo- t, r bladder remedy, is soon realized. If you The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, lawyers, merchant?, need a medicine yon should have the s, dctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity in every vocation of the soundness of our system, is fifty cent3 and one of lifeSendan evidence u'eraturc giving pian ui mu best. At druggists ftrjcmcial dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by mail, stamps to upon receipt of thiee two-ceMrs. A. T. Million. Local Agent, cover cost of postage on tho bottle. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, loaas-l- y Mention the Climax and send your adA. SUITik BOWMAN, Sect't, Lexington, Ky. dress to Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The proprietors o this paper guarautee the genuineness of this offer. HI ONE OF TWO m THEsp fill, Richmond, Ky. ill 1 Southern Mutual Investment Co '! OF LEXINGTON, KY. WAYS. js one-tb.- nl JUi. de-ric- ur inta-easin- nt - aa aaaa w . .1:11 . ' L ULiifinrAi ' mixes ts - - . i c& K r . T t Yr ,'-- r? V ri3 sj r " .!...- - " -- H - ? ii3 wf-- ct Vr u . ft--- "'- i '?-- . IT J -- J.. o C EHria V : j f BUS BHr H jf 9 H B fln B m! IMMli V IH flB H BH MhS Bl B h H B B B m BBI 5 1 J ; v I 5 A V B dHHK. .flHb. BH SUPvTuPv Ps H - j HB Kw mW ''V MMi IiiIm Silks and Velvets, Braid Trimmings, Muslin and Rait Underwear, Gloves and Hosiery, Men's Furnishings, New Style Corsets, Curtains and Carpets, Ladies' Neckwear, Perfumes and Toilet Articles, White Goods. Laces and Embroideries, Table Linens, Draperies and Upholstery Goods, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Clothing. Shoes and Fin- - Millinery. 2 000 YAEDS CALICOES 3 AND 40. PEE YARD. o JL4 Lot 23. We take great pleasure in calling your atten tion to the celebrated E. Z. Knit Waist for children, which we have this day placed on sale at our store. The E. Z. Waist contains more good features than any other waist on the market. Made entirely of knitted fabric, it gives ease and I COLORED Trimmings and Trunin: Ma, all "lor.. Iir. Y-'ts. uUOIJS ;? K nit Velvti-- i ns. all colors. 85e up. yard uj) to IS- - yard. comfort to the children, and from the fact that the buttons cannot pull off, it rids the mothers of a great annoyance. The price of this waist is oncents, and we have no doubt .that ly twenty-liv- e after a trial of one you will alwas ask for the E. Z. Waist. W HARDWARE, Etc. Pocket Knives. Spoons. i fliscellaneous Hai . TMERMTQ I 1111 iiO i 1 k R WHITE f1 K QuMflRV CLOAKS I I 1 Pi II 111112 U&IJlllfllJllJJ 1 1 FURNIS HING Z5q Mens colored laundried shirts 25c Mens colored laundried shirts with 2 detachable collars 48c. Mens colored, negligee shirts "The Stanley" is made with all possible improvement, double yoke, gathered back, faced sleeves, white linen neck band, 36 inches long, felled seams, gussets, plaquet sleeves 95c. Mens white unlaundried shirts 45c. Mens night shirt handsomely embroidered collar and bosoms, a full sized garment and fine mus- Barlows, 2 blades, 10c. Silver Steel Teas, per set of 6, 15c. Blacksmith Hammr . Tack Hammer. .V. Barlows, best steel, C. B. R., 5c. Silver Steel Table, set ot 6, 15c, Upholsters Hammt r Stag handle, best steel, C. B. R., Teas, per set of 6, 4c. cle, 10c. 3 blades 35c. Table, per set of 6, 6c. Hatchet, 35c. Stag handle, "Physicians)," 2 Iron Cooking Spoon, each Combination ThjIs. blades, 44c. 3c. Glass Cuttf-rCobola handle, 2 blades, 25c. Iron Cooking Spoon, each ner, Can Opcr.. Horn handle, "hand forged," 2 5c. 12-inch . 15-in- ch , Some now designs in Infants'" Long Cashmere Cloaks at lower prices than ever before. Prices Wc, $1.00, .f 1.24, $1.50, $1.GS, $1.JK), $2.00 and .$2.75. LAD 1 JCfO N ECKWEAR four-in-han- d, Horn handle, warranted English steel, 2 blades. 35c. inspect them prices are right Pearl handle, warranted, (Ladies) , Ginghams 4c and 5c. three blades, 45c. Good cotton 5c up. Ladies Penknife, 2 blades, 10c. We are showing the prettiest lino of ladies and Ladies pearl handle, 2 blades, 25c. gents handkerchiefs ever shown. Prices lc to 25c. Large stag handle, Gents, 2 blades, Crash for toweling 3ic to 174c. 50c. Towells from 5c to 35c. Ladies hose 5c to 1.00 Mens hose 5c to 25c. Misses hose 10c to ISc. Large Cobola, Gents, 2 blades, 25c. Small stag handle, 4 blades, 50c. Large stag handle, 2 blades, 20c. Cobola handle, 2 blades, 25c. Wood handle, 2 blades, 25c. Extra large Stag handle, 2 blades, 35c. jCILC' 9 blades, 3Sc. 1 Ladies Ilisrh Standing, the most stylish collar used this season, at 10c. Sizes 12 to 14. t Infants 3c to 19c. lin 75c Ladies' While Lawn Ties, Sc doz. ; Better Quality 25c doz. Bed ticking 5c Sc 10c 18c and 15c. Ladies1 Silk String Ties, 10c. Our stock of dress goods is complete come and Mens working shirts 15c up. 39c to $1.00, acLadies' Fine Kibbon Ties, with heavy silk fringed ends to ties, cording to quality. Razors. MEN'S NECKWEAR Linen Collars 10c, all sizes. Men's "White Lawn Ties Sc doz; Men's Hollow ground Imperial. ReguBrushes. White Lawn Ties, better quality, 25c doz. lar retail price, $3.00; our Whitewash, No. 7, 10c. We are showing the prettiest stock of Millinery ever shown in this city. Our stock of Ribbons price, 50c. " Sand9, 25c. cannot be equalled. We have all the new shades at prices competition can not touch. You are in- Tho Wade & Butcher's Original vited to inspect our pattern hats. They are beauties, and prices are reasonable. We are showing Arrow Brand Razor. "The Tooth Brushes, No. 1. 5c. a jNo. 2, 10c. twenty-fiv- e styles of baby and children's caps from 10c to $2.25. best on the market for the (C it No. 3, 15c. money asked for it. 69 cts. (( MILLINERY m box, 5c. Shoe Nails, brass or irn, 2ix2A Steel Lock, 2 keys each, 19c oc. Jail lock, No. 1010, 2 keys each,5c. Lamp Wicks, 5c per d e Bronze Metal Spring Lock, 2 keys Jb'iles, (Flat I. each, 10c. " Mill. . Wrought Iron with Chain, 2 keys " Round. each, 20c. " Tap r. " Wrought Iron, 2 keys each, 25c. Hand-saw-- t. Wrought Iron, 2 keys Saws, Kitch . each, 15c. " cast st 25c. Carpenter's Rule. 2 !' Spoon, 1 Cake Turner and 1 Tracing Wheels, 3c.1 Whetrocks, Large Fork, all with wooden French Harps, 5 to 2. handles, worth double the money we ask for it 23 cents. Spring Scales, pulls i Gilt Head Upholster ch Handy Kitchen Set. Screw, 5c. Pad Locks. -- 10-in- ch ch 5-lj- -5-5 14-in- ch lS-in- ch I " 26-in- ch cast st 13-in- ch 16-in- ch ! . 35c. Hosiery and Underwear Our Motto: Reliable Goods Waiters, " at Rock-Botto- m Prices. w iZ tt MEN'S Sl'MMER UNDERWEAR In this line we have the fullest and most complete assortment of Shirts and Drawers in Balbriggan, Gauze and silk finish goods in plain and fancy styles, which we have ever had. Lot No. 1. Gauze Balbriggan Shirts (only), sizes 34 to 40, at ISc. Lot No. 2. Balbriggan Shirts, line gauge collarette neck, pearl buttons, Drawers to match, extra quality, assorted size3, 25c. "Lot No. :L Men's Fancy Mottled Light Shade, Balbriggan weight, Drawers with Suspender loop, sizes 30 to 3S, Shirts to match, 25c. Lot No. 4. Brown Balbriggan Shirts, very fine gauge and quality, made from the best ccmbed Egyptian cotton, silk finish, full trimmed, long sleeves, Drawers to match, 35c. Lot No. 5. (Special) Men's Fancy Striped Drawers and Shirts, elegantly trimmed, pearl buttons, sizes 2G to 44, cheap at G5c, our price 40c. Lot No. G. Men's French Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, combed yarn, a rare bargain, 50c Shirts and Drawers, very fine quality, silk trimmed in the Lot No. 7. Men's Fine best manner for fine city trade, 00s. Lot No. S. Men's colored Lisle Shirts and Drawers, long sleeves, 75c. Lot No. 0. Men's Fine Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, silk finish, much finer quality, made and trimmed for the best city trade, worth $1.25, at 00c. Sea-Island Picture Frames and Pictures. A nice No. 1026, 15c. (C No. 328, 20.J. ( 6" " 14c. No. 1804, 203. ( 8 " 35c Metalic Hair Brushes,No. 1078, 22c (C ( 9 " 39c. No.S99, 10c 6 inch plain rivet 5c. Cloth ( Brushes, No. 255, 18c. K u It 10c. ti tc No. 363, 20c. t( g ' 14c. it No. 849. 10c. t (( it 7 85c. tt No. 2, 10c. Button Hole, 18c. ( it No. Job. 22. Shaving Brushes, No. 384, 5o. Table Cutlery, No. 551. 10c. Our Notions are all going nt Bargain Prices, and our assortment is better this spring than ever Knives and Forks of a good qualNo. 70S, 12c. ity, strong and well made Baby before. .This Is not a list of our entire stock of Notions, but ouly some of the many Bargains we have. handles. Per set of 6, 75 cts. Nail Brushes, 20c. Brass-Pinper paper 4c; Iron Puis per paper lc; Safety Pins per paper 2c, 8c, 5c; Wire Hair Pins per " 10c. doz lc; Rubber Hair Pins per doz 9c; Rubber Combs each 5c to 25c; Horn Combs each 5c; Metal Combs Knives and Forks with plain Blacking Brushes. Trenton Dau handles ; a good quality. Per each 5c; Side Combs 5c to 10c; Fine Combs 3c to 10c; Band Combs 5c to 10c; Pocket Combs 8c to 5c; bers, Uc. set of 6, 40 cents.. Mourning Pins per doz 2c to 8c; Hat Pins each lc; 12 doz Buttons 5c; Pearl Buttons 5c to 25c; Gilt tt No. 4, 10c. Ladies' Jersey Ribbed Sleeveless Vests. Butcher Knives, 10 cents. (( Cuff Buttons 10c; Pearl Shirt Waist Sets 15c; Collar Buttons per doz 5c; Pocket No. 37, loc; Silver Metal Forks, look like solid tt Lot No. 10. Brown sleeveless Jersey Ribbed Cotton Vests, low square neck, trimmed neck and Books 3c to 50a ; Dress Shields 5c, 8c, 10c ; Kid Curlers per doz 3c to 10c No. IS, 20c. silver. Per set of 6, 85 cents. t lc to 5c; Knitting Needles 2c set; Darning Needles per paper 8c; Ladies' Need.les arms, good full sizes, 5c. No. 43, 80c. (C ( Garters 10c to 20c; Gents.' Garters 8c to 10c; Ladies' Gingham Aprons 10c; Swan's Down, white and No. 11. White, as above, 5c. Lot No. 5ft 'Siv. Veneer Chair Bottoms. TT ,, ' pink, 5c ; Hooks and Eyes per doz lc to 5c ; Corset Laces lc) each ; Mucilage per buttle 4c ; Black Ink per ... '. .$. Lot No. 12. Ecru cotton Vest, square neck, taped, 10c. jaeartn iirooms, c. bottle 4c; Gilt Edge Shoe Polish per bottle 20c; Tan (liquid) per bottle 8c; Tan Shoe Polish per box Lot No. 13. White Fancy Ribbed Vest, square neck, full trimmed, 10c. 5c. " Whisk 10c. 5c; Iron Glue Tolish per bottle 7c; Shoe blacking 1, 8, 4 and 5c per box; Pencil sharpeners lc; lead penLot No. 14. White Vest V neck, Richelieu ribbed neck and arm, trimmed, 13c. 6c. cils 1 and 2c; Hlate iiencils 2 cents per doz; all kinds pen points 5c per dozen'; pen holders 1 to 5c each; $!c. Imperial Enameled Steel. Combination Pocket Pen,pencil and rubber,all on one holder, a fine article for school boys, pencil holder ware. oan be fastened on anywhere,-- good thing 5c, and other Notions too numerous to mention. Come in Buggy Whips. and inspect our stock and prices for yourself. We'll do you right. 4. quart milk pans, 15c. Price 10, 15, 19, 25, 28, 35, 45, 4Sc ( c assortment of Metal Easel Frames for cabinets, 5c to 15c. Elegant line of Picture Frames in Natural Wood, White and Gilt, assorted sizes, OxS to 12x14, price 13c to 88c. Pictures of beautiful Rural Winter and Summer scenes, size 16x18, 59c to 83c. Beautiful Panel Pictures in Gilt and Natural Wood Frames, of Fruit and Flowers, size 9x83 inches, 40c, 49c, 67c. Paper racks with White Frames and pictorial glass fronts, in assorted subjects, 25c. Etchings of pastoral scenes, in white frames, size 19x38, price 50c. Beautiful dining-roopictures in white beaded frames, subject ducks, squirrels and size 15x27, price 50c. fish, an ornament to any dining-roo- It No. 5. Scissors, Nickle Plated. Hair Brushes, No. 307, 25c. 10c. 6 inch improved nut Tl 11 No. 4, 20c. It L t and bolt,25c It C( I. 28c. 37c. a JSo. 54, loc. Steel Curry Comb-- , a l a Japanese Dust Pa;i. Tinned Iron Stov'' Lift Coffee Strainers, 2 t- - .V Tea or Call Bells, o t Tin Dipper, (wood hand Steel Skillets. 7- -' 1 ch IS " ni '.: Ova;. J 11-in- ch " " NOTIONS. Iron Fire Slmv Carpet Tacks, per paper. I Matting Tacks, ner naner Horse Shoe Magnets. il Rotarv Ess Beater. 9c Fish Hooks, per dozen, 1 t J? isn lanes, lc. Furnished Lines, N. 5oO. 3-- " " s"n 2'-24-iuc- . s ... ch Nutmeg grater, lc. Cocoanut grater, 4c. 1 gallon block tin stov. pa 8 and 9 inch pie pan, i wash basin, 3c. wash basin, 5c. 10-in- ch 12-in- ch Tinware. Pic-ni- c enns. psiob. ac. - 15-inc- h, Japanese tea pots, each, onaving mugs, each lac It, 16-inc- h, 18-inc- h, Ladies' Muslin Underwear. G9c, Clocks. Nickle, alarm, 85c. Large, $2.25. y, a Ladies chimise with lace and hamburg inserting open front 45c, Chinese with three rows.of hamburg inserting tucked and trimmed withTorchon lace, 50 Corset covers, 19c 25c 34c. Corsets, 18c to $2.75 Suspenders, 5c to 53c. Ladies vests, 10c to 37c. Lot 15. Ladies white vests colored lace at neck and arms, assorted colors 15c. and 5Sc. Night gowns, we offer specials at 50cj 5Sc, 75c, 05c and if 1.25. Lot 1G. Ladies white vests, colored lace at neck and arms, assorted colors much better 20c. Lot 17. Ladies swiss ribbed white vests, worked with silk and lace in neck and arms 33c. Lot IS. Puro silk jersey bodies, extra low neck 58c. Lot 19. Infants fine ribbed white vests (made from the finest combed cotton) 10c. Lot 20. "Special"iiens perfect fitting white nam-spo- k shirts warranted to fit, extra values 35c. Lot 21. Special mens perfect fitting jeans drawers special price 45c. Lot 22. Childrens "Nazuretts" waists 20c. Window Shades, Curtains, Etc. 2 1 Slates 2 to 8 cents each. flrst-claiB, i Linen Shades 25s ; Felt, with border, 15c; Prtper 10c; Curtain Scrims 5c to 10c per yard; Laco Curtains, White and Ecru, 87c, 45c, 75c, $1.49 and $1.75 per pair; Umbrellas and Parasols 88c to $2.50 100 styles to select from; White Swiss Curtains, 25, 26, 80 inches wide, scolloped edges, 15o, 10c, 20c, llAc per yard: 36 inches wide, yellow dotted, 12ic yard; 80 and 16 inches wide, white dotted, 10c, 17c, 20c, 25c, 16c yard ; Curtain Poles, complete, 15c ; Smyrna Rugs, 14x29 inches 48c; 19x86 inches 85c; 16x29 inches 35c? 26x51 inches $1.75; 24x44 inches $1.50; 80x60 inches $1.75; 28x52 inches $1.75; 36x 72 inches $3.50; 30x60 inches $2.00; 36x40 inches $2.00; Fur Rugs 25x60 black $2.00; Moquette Rugs 18x36, 99c ; 26x54; $2.25. Our stock of Mattings, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths are more complete than ever beseamless ribbed fore, and our prices are to suit the times. We only ask our patrons to call and "see them and let the good speak for themselves. We defy competition. Mattirjgl2ic up; Carpets 10c up; Floor Oil Cloth 17c quart milk pans, 12c. quart milk pans, 8c. 18 quart milk pans, 15c. 14 quart stew pan, 10c. Lookinp- - Giassesl 5, 10, 15, 20, 35, 50c, and Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps. Mpn's and Bovs' Straw Hats, iust received 15 dozen sample Straw Hats for men and children. We will give you your choice for 48c, which is less than half their value. Men's Helmet Hats 25c Ladies' Senarate Skirts GSc to $0.08. Clothing Boys' Knee bmts UDc up-- ; Men's Suits SJ2.UU up. Shoes Infants' Shoes 10c up; Boys' Shoes 75c, 90c, $1.00; Ladies' Shoes $1.00 up; Ladies' Slippers 75c up. OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT balow- - their value; 6x12 Canvass Counter Book 8 cents, 5x13 Card Board Day Book 10c; 6x13 Canvass Ledgers, indexed S00 pages 25c; Cxl5 Canvas Day Book, 200 pages 20c; 3x8 about 200 paues Board Book 10c; 7x13 about 200 pages Felt Back 10c; Nice Grocera Hand Book, which is a bargain' 1315 Oblong Memorandum (Russia) 60 leaves 18c; lc each; No. 13G7 Oblong Memorandum (Russia) 80 leaves 10c; No. 1122 Oblong Memorandum Full Buck 72 leaves 5c; a good Square Memorandum 60 leaves 2o; 30 Sheets Commercial Note 5c; 50 Envelopes 4 styles 5c; 12 Shcote Legal Cap 5c; No. 2247K Fancy Oblong Memorandums 5c; Decorated Iiamp Shades 5c; Paperettes 10, 15 and 25c; Tablets 1, 5 and 10c Composition Books 5c. Is composed of a conipleteJist of bargains, going at prices far lo. TaWo Damasks. Brooks 200 yard Spool Thread Easles, Our Table Linnens are all 5 for 10 cents. Large Bamboo, 34c ; Xo. 1 goods and prices are within reach of all. H. & B. Embroidered Bilk wash color Brass 10c; No. 2 Eclipse Bral Turkey Red Bamasks in assorted de- 3c par skein. signs 48 to 58 inches m width 18 to 53 Hemmingways &Bartletts Embroidcents per yard. j ered Twist wash color 3c per stein DRAPERIES. H &B. Embroidered Silk Tcts'per "Wliito Figured Damask in assorted We have a fine assorl designs 58 to 74 inches in width 45 (o dozen skoms. , H. & B. Emhrnirlorw? KH uu apuois 95c per yard for a" few davs, will sell "" of Draperiesat BottomPj the 74 inch white damask at 75c pit lOcta per dozen. Merricks colored 200 yd Spool Cotton yard. Fine Portiers $2.25. thread A for 10c Linen Nankins in nssnritvl HocirrrL Crochet and Knitting Silk 5a per Draperies 6 to 14c perj at 25, 50, 75, $1.05, $1.15 and $1.75 pHr SpOOL. uuzen. Merricks Gilt Edge Crochet Cotton Table Oil Cloths in assorted colored 4c per spool. GREAT BARGADI Black Cat Crochet Cotton 4ctsper designs 5 quarters wide 13c per yard J , J spool. fil,n:l rnul n vuouuo iuw vovera assorted u Pare Linen Special Carpet Thread In remnants of Calicoes, 1 signs 5a up. iW SUU1. Embroideries, &c. 9 S 3S - ? T -- 1 tt i it i 4 VJ2LiJJIZM "- M J -MV ft 7W 7I TIx Tit 7 7 v ' l: :jl: nmz va mi , v 7R Ml zx rfS arX "2s. ' PEACE. IK icT & TSt Infer - ProPe?y X$& PEACE! showing to the peoplS of A HARBOR OF '. ,.... fl VH R "T V . H H .'V "'"'.'" N. - 71 wyv '- -" MT T- H "- .- -- PV V -a- - ' JtX sides near Harris Station, innde nn assignment on Tuesday last to Mr. Waller Bennett. Liabilities $24,000, assets $33,000. 'Squire James Adams Assigns. 'Squire James Adams, ono of the best known citizens of tbe county, who re- f' " $ Jp 'Iv 7T Died In Atlanta. PROSPERITY. Jas. M. Duncan, a former student of C.TJ., whose sisters frequently visited the Misses Logan, died at Atlnnta on Friday and was buried at bin old home, Bloomfield, Ky. Deceased was a brother of Mr. Tate Duncan, who was graduated here last Juno. Collector Yerkes to Raise a Regiment. A Regular ty.'iiii KLONDIKE at No use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no . RnwfcVMSSTflS " 1riCeS fJK . p (I'jtiii Peace on Earth, Good Shoes for the People i& unc JlviottO OT nn p no nn to nn The Somerset Paragon says: It is rumored that in the event of war, Hon. John W. Yerfces, now Collector of Internal Reveuue, will enlist a regiment and go Jo the fjont, and he does not deny it. If he Bbould raise a regiment, it will be a goodone and will make an honorable career. Students Enlisting For The War. 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. f "vSSig?S5 life jEt- Don't Skip A Word Of 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 first-clas- s goods and Low Cash Prices vrill do it, we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now offering pick and choice of our large second Importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $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 S1.G9 per dress pattern. There isonly a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't miss the chauce to 6ee them. h all-wo- ol in " r N students of Central University and on Friday last about twenty of the young men volunteered to enlist in a company which will probably Ge organ ized here. Those who enlisted wore: Thos. II. Jones, Ark.; J. S. Sanderson, Miss.; Win Tucker, Tenn.; Warfield Bennett. Geo. S. Burnam, Richmond; E. D. Allen. R. W. Stephenson, R. H. Berry, D. W. Bedinger, J. V. Norman, R. N. Krieger, S. M. Saunders, F. P. Jno. McGinnis and A. P. Vernon, of Kentucky. Nearly all these young Bowles, Joe Venable, S. A. Wallace. men are members of the C. XL Battalion under command of Lieut. Vestal, U. S. Army, and they are well drilled and almost ready for service,, A squad of artillery could also be raised if necessary. The war spirit is abroad among the "nQ , . H' X KINO OF THE OCEAN. RULEB OF THE NATION. -- SMT P AVe are showing all the new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jaequods, Brocaded Mohairs, etc. Ask for what you want and you will get it at Lowest Cash 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 Spriug Fixtures at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors and white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c per pair up. Price. CI 3" 2 C o" mVWIR rEiLil fort to be found from wearing IT" The Richmond Climax. W Why hold claims when Thomas Smith, Jr., will cash them ? aprl3-t- f Winchester Court. J. i PSESDAY -- APRIL 27 - - 1S9S. J. A. Ramsey, Auct., reports cittle on the market. ers, 450 lb., brought 10 choice 22 each; Jy 3 3 3 3 3 uUt.O&O0GGG'OOUuut; 350 heif1,000 The PHI That Will Dr. J. C Ayer's Pills will prevent and cure biliousness. "For years I have thoroughly tested AVER'S PltXS, both as a preventive and cure for biliousness. They are the best medicine for the purpose and do all that is claimed for them." J. E. KOLB, Shark, Ark. Cloths, Denims, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to see them, prices Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert SJ are only to 14c per yd. I . ii ertisemeutH will be received o HIE CLI MAX with the guar- - g that its circulation exceeds C it of any other paper published C k'elniioiul. C lbs. fat cows 3)2c; 25 700 lb. steers, $32; 20 4501b. aeers, $22 50; fair ewes with lambs thrown in 4.50; mules $15 higher than last court; good horse mules 100; good mare mules $125. Before selecting your spring suit, call on Clias. Jacobs' the Main Street g & rWmp & IKlP V ilk () () i .. J. W. Bales has sold Cerro Gordo The following citizens have enlisted for S5'240' tho ,,dttvro 0,1,'.er. for the war: William Rodes ShackelWf V fit ford, Albert A. Curtis, B. G. Nichols, mot uauieu umigiijg ',0UU. BK D. B. Shackelford & Co. have the R. T. Buckley, E. V. Duncan, Louis Every man who wants a SUIT Davis, Eugene thanks, T. T. Creed, largest stock of Brown cultivators should eorne and see what we are II. Thorpe, Kt. A. J. Tribble is recovering George Kennedy. L. Robert S. Taylor, ever brought to this market. W. Bates, J. D. II. F. offering Three Big Events. a very severe attack of rheutna- Kenncdv. Aunnual Declamatory Contest at Sold a Car Load Here. College Friday. First annual debate, vIocia! basket sale at the Blue r Messrs. Brothers, the well- - with Centre College, here Saturday "T--. iirocery all this week. Don't known hardware firm, have sold a car night. Base ball with Centre in the iJSr it F..r a volume of Naval records of load of McCormick's Right Hand Bind- afternoon. Elder Gone to Farming. ml War, Gov. McCreary has our ers of this 1S9S pattern the only apr27-3- v binder sold here. aE. V. Elder, tbe well known Main They are unequal in quality and make, A Daily For Richmond. street merchant, was compelled to rent It. Hobon, Dentist, Richmond, h. and beyond question the best values marS lvr uickv. The Register is now publishing a small a farm of nine acres to set out his bardaily besides its weekly issue which is gains before the public The Climax Albert Heywood Co. at court house ever shown in this market. credit to Richmond and to its promo- supplement will full' explain this joke. nday night. Reserved seats at Perry ters. If it does not succeed in war then Select your bargains there. c. Thuinas" we feel sure our pet scheme would not $15,000 For Ono Ticket. los Pence, who killed James thrive in peace. However, it will live The Ixmisville and Nashville sold one - ltd recently at Shearer, was re- -. so lone as hustling I.ec Davis can wield railroad ticket in Cincinnati last week Uy CVoWvvots a- -, l on $3,000 bail. a pencil and Dick Miller can foot the for $15,122.50, the largest price ever paid We are as patriotic as anybody, but Dills. for a single ticket in this section. It was we annot go to Cuba, to fight Spain as Lost. A Knight Templar insignia for transporting troops from Fort Thom. .re engaged at home lighting high engraved G. E L." Leave at this as to Tampa over the L. and N. . . Blue Gium Gkockry. aprl3-t- f office and get reward. Why Not Get Him to Locate Here. The Annual Sermon 10 the Faculty These Marines Attended Central University. Richmond had a visit last week from Let Us Rally Round The Band Once More. What's the Matter With Georgetown? students of Stanford Female Col- Three brothers from Mercer county Col. Len Spalding, manufacturer of the w ill be preached on Sunday, June After a year's effort, expense and The Columbia (Mo.) Herald of last will havG a good chance to fight if in celebrated Proctor Knott cigars, and successful results the Richmond band week contained this slander on Keni.v the Rev. J. K. Smith of Rich- the war with Spain. Harry Bissett is told us that the Commercial Club of will give its second and last pay concert tucky in general and Georgetown in on the battleship Texas, member of Lexington were offering him induceon Thursday, May 5th, at the Court particular: Come in and let us show you what the flying squadron, that has been or- ments to locate in the Blue Grass Capi"The Century Club held its regular wt mean by "best and latest improved" dered to sea. Eugene Bissett is on the tal. But he is too well pleased with House. Elsewhere appears the principal features of the program. The af- meeting last Friday evening. Arrangeworld's standard for sixty-seveti.e Marblehcad and Guy Bissett is in the Lebanon, whose smokers use only the fair itself will be more than worth tho ments were made for the celebration of fiJ Lilt" uitru auu 11 iiu ii kuiuui.A naval training school at Annapolis. namesake of Kentucky's admission, whilst giving the public an Jefferson Day. L. J. Slate and C. B. apr27-3Litrbt Hander. Another brother, Lee Bissett, lately and valiant champion of Free Silver opportunity to assist in firmly estab- Wells were eleeted to membership. G. A. left Central University for his home at the Proctor Knott cigar for sale here For the State Encampment Mr. Wells, who has lately band in our midst. by Joe Giunchigliani, Perry & Thomas, lishing tbetogether, once more, let us Columbia from Georgetown,returned to R. the R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets Uarrodsburg. Kentucky, all T. B. Colliu to Bowling Green, Ky., May 24th and Grazing For Cows. rally round'the band boys, rally round stated that nothing did him so much A Mammoth Furniture Store in Richmond. 25th. limited for return to May 2Sih, good as to get back among Simon-pur- e the band. Ve will take cows to graze on the at one fare for the round trip. free silver Democrats." It will pay you to take a peep into the Mrs. AVin. Irvine farm at the forks of Banqueted by The Boys. The R. N. I. & B. will sell round the Lancaster and Barnes Mill pikes at magnificent furniture palace of Bigger-staHard to Find a Home. The Climax had a pleasant call on & Oldham, which is located on the trip tickets to Lexington for Annual $2 50 per month. Cash at the beginThe negro family who came here corner of Irvine and Second streets, in Tuesday from Mr. Walter B. Palmer, suite Convention Epworth league, May ning of each mouth. the mammoth store formerly used by Special Agent of the United Depart- from Richmond to locate but who were & So.v. 4th, 5th and fith, limited for return to apr27-2- t G. J. White Joe, the confectioner. Here are ar ment of Labor, Washington, D. . Mr. "moved on" by the police &eem to be May 10th, at one fare for lhe round Debate Postponed. rayed countless articles of furniture for Palmer is also President of the Phi having a hard time, says tho Winchestrip. The debate between C. C. and C. U.. parlor and use in tho most Delta Theta Fraternity of tbe United ter Democrat. From here they went The R. N. I. & B. will sell round place in Rich- beautiful styles. suites, fold- States and as such was tendered a ban to Lexington where they created quite that was to have taken trip tickets at greatly 'reduced rates to mond Friday night, has been post- ing beds, wardrobes, tables, chairs, quet by tbe local chapter of that fra- a commotion among the colored poputhe Spring Meeting New Louisville poned until the 2Jtb. The question birds-ey- e maple, birch, ternity. Joe, the fashionable Caterer, lation. A boy was taken ill and it was Jockey Club, Louisville, May 4th to will be, 'Resolve, That the Hawaiian buffetts, etc , in reported to be small-pobut such ash, etc See the mam- prepared tbe banquet as follows: 2th. Call on nearest Agent for par-- t Lslaiul Should be Annexed to the Uni- oak, walnut, ad on fourth page. was not the case. An effort is being MENU. moth full page culars. made to make them leave, not for fear Bouillon. ted States." Messrs. A. W. Gullion A Call on Dr. AlacMIIIan. Mortadella- - of small-pox- , I). R. Shackelford & Co. say they and Chenault C. Huguely will take Anchovies. but no pacify the rest of Delicatessen. the negroes, but the authorities can Rev. Dr. MacMillan has yielded to a l.ave taken more orders for Deering the affirmative for Centre College, Saratoga Potatoes. Peas. Baked Trout. find no law to fit the case. They had Harvesters this season than ever be- whilst J. E. Abbott and It. W. Steven-so- u request from tbe Richmond Knights of Oporto Wine. Pythias and other admiring friends to Snipes on Toast. as if the farmers exTips. better done as we did here ; Bend them Asparagus fore, which looks are C. U.'s defenders. Vegetable Halad. off at once and look up tho law afterrepeat a sermon recently delivered by pect a big wheat crop and want the Celery. ward if necessary. Heinti Pickels Tho McCormick Right Hand, him in this city, and the announcement Olives. best machine to handle it with. Brick Cream Model 1S9S, is better made, has more is made that be will deliver the sermon Cigars. A Good Showing. Miied Cakes. Don't fail to buy a supply of gro- good features and a better record than on Sunday evening next. Hlue Grass Gro- any other harvester and binder. For or lecture laid for twelve, as folCovers were The ceries this week at the It will be a rare opportunity for our lows: Dr. A. Wilkes Smith, J. J. tors of Madison County Board ot Direccery as we have not advanced with the sale by Taylor Brothers, Richmond, the Hurst Home Insurance Com of frater citizens, especially members Greenleaf , J. Rout Clark, F. P. Bowles, pany of Millereburg, Ky., met last Satapr27-3markets in prices and will not until our Ky. nal orders, to hear, iree, a discourse H. H. Huffaker, H. A. Douglas, Thos. ts preseut supply is exhausted. The urday at tho Madison National Bank upon a subject that is the basic princiare excited and we will soon be Mrs. Dudley's Narrow Escape and Heroic ple of human progress. "Friendship." Henry Jone6, Jr., J. D. Allen, R. P. for the transaction of businens of interConduct. Taylor, L. M. Smith, S. E. Booker, and est to the Company. The following compelled tn raise prices. A special musical program will be the guest of honor. Walter B. Palmer; Directors were present: S. G. Hanson, As Mrs. Thos. P. Dudley was returnarranged for the occasion. Take your city and county claims "Phi's at Home," Br. A. Wilkes Chairman ; H. S. Morgan, Secretary ; pay ing to Waco whence she had accompato Thomas J. Smith, Jr., who will nied her husband to Richmond, the Capt. Wygant and Two Sons to Fight in The Smith; "Girls," L. M. Smith; "The Robert Long, W. A. Arbuckle, T. J. aprl3-t- f cash for same. War With Spain. Alumni," R. S. Taylor. Jones, Geo. T. Wyley, D. S. Harber, J. horse took fright and upset tho buggy, Died of Hiccoughs. Mr. Palmer is not only ono of the best A. Cosby, Wilson Tate C. F. Park, throwing Mrs. Dudley out. With rare The gallant Capt. Henry Wygant, After hiccouging at the rate of twenty presence of mind she pulled on one of lately Military Instructor at Central known fraternity men in the United Wm. Burten, and their county agent times a minute for seven weeks Capt. the lines and succeeded in pulling the University, is on his way from Ft. States, but he is one of the nicest gen- J. W. Chaney. This company is now H C. Eaton, a freight c Jiulucioi, died at horse's bead into the fence. Mrs. Dud Douglas, Utah, with his regiment en tlemen in the world He is p genial. 7 years old and has become well known Monday. He leaves a wile ley then rignted the buggy, got in it route to Cuba. His son, Lieut. Harry loVable man. Stanford on for its prompt payments of small as and three children. well as large losses. Its members are and drove home, considerably excited Wygant, who was stationed at Ft. The Crowning Effort Now At Hand. to bo congratulated upon securing a Smith J r., will buy all but unharmed. Thomas, opposite Cincinnati, has alThomas J. The last, tho best, and tbe most mag- corps of officials that has been able in ready gone south. Another brother, cit and county claims. Office on of the band concerts will take D. B. Shackelford & Co. wish to aprlS-t- f Benyoard Wygant, is at West Point. nificent Thursday, May 5, one week the last seven years to give protection Mam stree place on thank the people for their promptness against fire, lightning and wind at an This leaves Mrs. Wygant alone with Read some of tbe average of a 501 cents per $100. Notice to Members. in placing their orders for Deering youngest son, Philip, and we be- from her features, selected from the large proThere will le a meeting of tbe Madi- Harvesters. for them the warmest well Young Men's Christian Association Confero'clock on This Doubling Thomas Paid High For His speak gram: son Junior Social Club at 4:30 wishes of the people nf Richmond who ence. MitchMale Quartette, 1st tenor E. E. Paper. next Monday, Court day. All members hold this excellent family in highest ell, 2d tenor Prof. Minier, 1st bass John The Annual Conference of the Lexare urnentlv requested to be present- ; A Lawrenceburg man, who told a esteem. ington District of Young Men's ChrisN. Turner, 2d bass A. D- Flora. By order M. "Wallace Yates, V. P. newsboy, who asked him to buy a copy Judge Barbour Dead. Cornet solos and duets, Misses Delia tian Associations will bo held at Winthe of the new Louisville Dispatch, that he oi the and Ollio Pigg, who will show a great chester, Ky April 30 May 1. The If you want a corn planter Judge Jas. Barbour, B. Shackelford & diin't want it, but would give 25c for a Superior Court and one of tbe leading r.ewHaworth atD. improvement over their last successful State Executive Committee has arcopy issued a year from that date, has attorneys of the Kentucky bar, died appearance. Co.'s. ranged a mpst interesting and profitjust, forked over his quarter, Monday at Newcastle. He leaves three School Tax Reduced. Mr. Brown Anderson, the excellent able programme Among the speakers says the News. The Dispatch is alive, hus- clarinetist, will appear in solos. are Messrs. H. P. Andersen and W. K. At the meeting of the School Board notwithstanding tbe many evil predic- children and a widow whose first was reduced more recitations by leading Matthews, Secretaries of the Internatiband was Dr. Waller Chenault, father One or en Saturday right the tax tions about it, and promises to live to of Mr. "Waller Chenault, of this county, elocutionists of the city. onal Committee, New York ; Dr. J. A. from 47 to 42 cents on the $100 of city will continue to be old age, and who left Monday to attend the burial. Chemistry and Physics will a ripe The band, consisting of twenty instru- Stucky and E. C. Baldwin, of Lexingproperty. Democracy in Kentucky. The the leader of The Judge was first elected to the Su- ments, will render some of the highest ton; Elmer P. Loose and C. H. Bouchbe addded to the curriculum. Jacobs, the fashionable Main perior Court bench in August, 1SSG. He class music attempted by any band in er, of Covington ; W.T7. Matthews, of Chas. school is now the best graded institute Street tailor, is turning out the hand- was nominated at the famous Lebanon Kentucky, including the celebrated Ashland, and T. Bronson Ray, of in this section. fcuits ever seen in Richmond. convention, defeating Judge Saufley. He selection from the Opura HTrovatore Louisville. There are four city, two Taylor Brothers cordially invite an somest became a candidate for a second term, inirn.lnrjni' the anvil Chorus as played town, one railroad end seven college bis samples. inspection of tbeir corn planters the Examine receiving the nomination over Judge A. hv fiilmora's celebrated band. In this Associations in the territory ot the distwo best War and Wheat. Moline and Barlow-t- be E. Richards, of Louisville. At the elec- there will be no less than six to ten trict. Large delegations aro expected makes in tbe market. Also Moline Some believe war will advance tion which followed he defeated Hon. men on anvils. Mrs. 1V. G. White will from all .the Associations in the disapr27-3- ff cultivators. . prices of grain, and others that it will John W. Yerkee, of Danville, the Re- be accompanist trict, and Christian young nen, busidepress them." In May 18G1, shortly publican candidate. At the expiration Two Youthful Artists. on various instruments by ness men and pastors from communiSolos firing upon Fort bumpier, Associations Wa have had the pleasure of exam ' after thesurrender, the price of wheat of his second term tbe Supeiior Court members of tbe band. Altogether this ties where there are no abolished, and the Judge retired to will be the most enjoyable musical en- will be especially welcomed, The raildrawn, free and Its was ining a dozen or so maps ' Chicago advanced to $1.25, but in private Hie. He neyer again ran for an tertainment that ever occurred in roads grant a rato of on and'ono-thirhand, bv Misses Beula and Annie in sold the following June and July it sold office. Judge Barbour was a life long Richmond, and the satisfaction uni- fare for the round trip, and tl citizens Oliver, the eleven and Entertainto 55c. In March, 1864, it Democrat He was regarded highly- by versally expressed affair tho last enter- of Winchestor will provide daughters of Mr- - Leslie Oliver, of this ' down of tbe tame year further infor$1.07, and June band'is guaranteedlto ment. Programmes and all lawyers. He was & man of fine charcity. The maps are so true and. beau- ; at n November the acter, and possessed a splendid disposi- - tainment by the realized by the one next mation m be obtained 0 any , difficult to went to $2Se, and, in be more than tifully colored that it Is Secretary, or by writij g Henry friend, a week the lastfbf the season: .General eomn rear. 11.14 J. Alter mat ume 'tioa. personal Jle waa k warm atfwstWnate fath-- 4 distinguish between them and those range was downward, though In uHrtMUHTMKl JReser'vadtiwmtB K Ko6vear, State Secretar.fr Fourth v The work is 5n t!, rooraDhiee. &Y regretted admission 86.b18. xy. 2 ml ., Hfedwth will f jmwt temUr,l8,itdW Af.,iriawA$r, beautiful ani riaes a teleat tor U who kMg-bi-l U 11. .Ik .. r r It uuugoal. ntr. College vs. C U. base ball, t aturtlav. Great "11110. vh C I wallop Centre Saturday, it and root for the bovs. Ta-lo1 te ad of saddle btolen from Mr. iioen at Kingston. tailor, Biliousness GUie mm. best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 3J to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 4jc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from 6 to GJc per vd ; 4 Unbleached Peppered Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large size Bleach Damask Towel at oc 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-wid10-- In our Domestic Department you will find ii 30 ? - 12.?' With onr Shoes there's more coma pair of our shoes than you can dream of and the money we will save yon on each pair you purchasewill be a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair; Ladies' Dongola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoes for $1.00 and $1.25. worth $1.50 and $2.00; Full line Men's and Boy's Heavy Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair; Ladies' seamless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seamless black hose 8c a pair; our 25c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seamless sox 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless sox Sc; our 10c black sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere; Children's ribbed hose sizes 6 S, 5c a pair; Children's seiim-leribbed hose 8 only Sc. We are showing 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 19c. ladies' garters silver and gold buckles silk web 25c, tooth brushes 4, 5, 8 and 10c, children's suspenders d spools any size 10c, embroidery san silk 5c eacn, hairpins Ic a boq, good pins ic a paper. needles lea paper, alumnium thimbles lc each. white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool cotton 3 for 10c. en velopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's and ladies' neckwear, white and colored seamiuc braid 5c a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing 4c a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. ss 100-yar- SM -- Pi r- . J& JPJP Citizens Enlisting. 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 S3.9S $5.00 a" - ; IMS beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at that are cheap at $7 50 ; when you see our and SG.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. AVe have just opened a handsome line of the Mrs. Jane Ilopkin'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. all-wo- D 1 We will put on sale 500 of - s. MliSiklifamiiKittimm Corset worth $1 CO elsewhere, our price long as they last. at once one lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century 59c as IT'S ALL IX THE PRICE' Most merchants figure to see how much they can get for an article, we figure to see how cheap it can ho sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash?'" R W. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY 4j I; CoragWMiie T?YoYessjei rf J eNeieieieNeieieiei - t"5pr5W When Traveling ill Speaking at Lancaster. The Soldier Train Burned. 1 n w Now-the- ff C-- bed-roo- m Bed-roo- x, The three candidates for Congress, lions. Jas. B. McCreary, Jno. B. Thompson and G. G. Gilbert, spoke at Lancaster on Monday to an immense audience. Mr. Gilbert spoke first and Mr. Thompson followed. Gov. McCreary announced that he did not go to Lancaster to antagonize her candidate but desired to pay his respects to his old friends who had stood by him in other years and to lay before the Democrats his reasons for announcing for Congress again. There was never a nicer crowd gathered together in the Eighth District, the order was absolutely perfect, and each speaker was given the best of attention. Gov. McCreary was accompanied by a number of Madison friends and they express themselves perfectly delighted with the reception given to our Gov. distinguished fellow citizen. McCreary, too, was more than pleased with the cordial treatment and assurances of support received. The conduct of this debate, in such marked contrast with that at Danville, must be gratifying to all the candidates and their supporters. The gentlemen from Madison all say that the outlook is rosy for Mr. McCreary to carry Garrard. On Willie Grinstead, of Waco, a member of the 6th TJ. S. Regiment, recently stationed at Fort Thomas, near Newport, was on the train last Friday when one of the cars caught fire and burned at High Springs, Miss. The soldiers made a gallant stand against the flames and TetteV, Salt-Rheu- m and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites extinguished them without further loss and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. than the supplies in that coach. This Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are calls to mind that another Richmond just what a horse needs when in bad boy was on tbe train, a member of the condition. Tonic, blood purifier and They are not food but same Regiment, Lt. Harry Wygant. It vermifuge. medicine and the best in use to put a seems certain that this Kentucky Reg- horse in prime condition. Price 25 iment is to be called into actie service cents per package. soon, in which event many Madison About the only good things some men friends of these young men will await have is a reputation for being bad. news anxiously from them. Alba Heywood And His Splendid at Beethoven Hall. Company Whether on pleasure bent or business, take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly "and effectually on the kidneys, liver, aud bowels, preventing fevers, hoadaches, and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading druggists. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. aprG-lfrom the jaw of a shark. The best watchmakers' oil comes With The Dance. w inai-ke- - se ex-Jud- j d nine-year-o- ld - Recent health conditions were such to produce for some days past a de cided calm in local society .so that it is not to bo wondered at that when an "Impromptu Dance" was announced for last Friday; all tho young people should anticipate it with niorerthan ordinary expectancy. It was evidence enough that highest anticipations of a pleasant evening bad not been disappointed to look in on the brilliant scene, which presented itself at the Tevis Building on tho appointed evening. On no otheroc-casio- u has our beauty aud chivalry shone to better advantage in the intricate maze of the festive dance. The floor was in prime condition and the music all that could be desired when every surrounding conspired to augment tbe enjoyment of ali present. Those who were in attendance were: Cbaperoues, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jno. T. McClintock, Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilkes Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Kuper Hood, Mi. aud Mrs. It. C. Stockton, Col. and Mrs. D. M. Chenault, Mrs. W. T. Tevis, Mrs.L.Z. Frazeeand Mrs. John F. White. Misbes Ruth Pepper, Dovie Letcher, Margaretta and Florenco Chenault, Minna and Anna Crutchor, .lean Duncan, Mayme Hart, Julia Uiggins, Belle McDowell, Mary Poage, Amy, Catherine and Margaret Smith, Bessie Spears, Uettio Taylor, Birdie Zariug, Annie, Helen,. Laura and Mary Bennett, Laura LToyd and Minna Wagers, Lucy Gregorv; Misses Carolyn Reiu, Margaret Woodfood, Mt. Sterling; Bessie Woodford, Paris; Harrison, RichV mond, Va. Gentlemen were: R. E-- Little, It. S. Taylor, John B. and Cabell Chenault, Talbot Jackson, G. W. and L P. Evans, James S. Crutcber, Neville Moberley. Allen Zaring, Joe Watts, M. Wallace Yates, Joe Tevis, T. H. Pickels, J? V. Norman, E. A. Wallace, H. H. Huffaker, Thomas H. Jones, F. P. Bowles, H. A. Douglas, L. M. Smith, J. Rout Clarke, J. D. Allen, R-- G. Gordon John N. Turner, H. B. Fleece. i.W.,Hunter; &i The Alba Heywood Company was greeted last night by a large audience. The performance in every respect was most pleasing. The vein of humor which was the characteristic feature of most of the members was a happy hit and kept the audience in a roar during the entire evening. Mr. Heywood excels as an impersonator, while his pleasant voice and fine stago presence added much to the pleasing effect. As a dramatic reader he takes rank with tho best to be seen on the lyceum platform. He does not depend on mere tricks of voice and vocal for effect. He reads his lines correctly, smooothly and effectively. His intonation, his inflections, his pauses and his conception of the author's meaning were as nearly faultless as the dramatic power which he brought to bear to emphasize the sentiment and intent of the lines. This was especially notable in his first number "St. Peter at the Gate." But Mr. Heywood is not merely an elocutionist he is a remarkably rlever character delineator and he wns exceedingly accommodating in responding to encores which wore so numerous a3 to- greatly lonsthen tho program. After reciting and singing ballads be would devote a little time to narrating funny stories which convulsed the audience. Ho would have been a whole show within himself. San Antonio Express, flip-flo- Digestive ('01 dial. So many medicines to cure this ono disorder. Only one that can be called In Hungary there are thousands of successful, because only one that acts in villages and hundreds of small towns a simple, natural, and yet scientific way. Rev. W. Harry FelU was senteaced at Leitchfield to six years in the penitentiary, convicted on a charge of bigamy. New South Wales has 900,000 acres of wheat. "As if a brick were lying in mystotn-ach- " Everybody Says So. is the description by a dyspeptic Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most won- of his feeling after eating. derful medical discovers of the age. picas-aThis is one of the commonest sympand refreshing to the taste, act pectly toms of indicestion. If you have it, and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, take Shaker Digestive CordiaL cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, Not only this symptom, but all the euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Please buy and try a box symptoms of indigestion are cured nt or C. C. C. 10, 35. SO cents. Hold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. without a doctor within ten miles. ps When they put a man in jail, he cannot follow his natural inclinations. He cannot eat what he wants to he is limited to a very frugal diet. Is it not equally true of a dyspeptic? For all of tho real enjoyment he gets out of life, be might as well be in jail. He cannot eat what he likes, nor enough. He suffers much, gets little sympathy. At first, perhaps a little heaviness in the stomach, a little sourness, windy belchings and heartburn; headaches and biliousness and a foul taste in the mouth in the morning. Chronic constipation is almost inevitable, and means that tbe body is holding poisonous, impure matter that should be gotten rid of. The poison is being reabsorbed into the blood and the whole body. Impurity in the blood may lead to almost auy disease. Constipation is the start of it all. Dr. Pierce s Pleasant Pellets cure constipation, cure it so it stays cured, toother .remedy in the world" will do that. stamps to Send 21 cents in World's Dispensary Medical Associadon Buffalo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce's lOOSpage Common Sense Medical adviser, illustrated. one-cent Shaker Digestive Cordial. Purely vegetable, and containing no dangerous ingredients. Shaker Digestive Cordial tones up. strenthens, and restore to health all the digestive organs. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to S1.00 a bottle. lt Victoria's gum trees average 530 feet in height. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl-lmade. Australia sends cocoanut oil to England. y Proved Successful. One English firm turns out motor ears driven by electricity, oil, steam, compressed air or gas. January 11, 1S03. Best to take after dinner; prerent distress, aid digestion, cure constipation. Purely vegetable : do not gripe or cause pain. Sold by all druggitts. IS cents. Prepared only by C L Hood & Ck, Lowell, JIaas. H s Pills Doa't Tolacco Spit and Enolo Your Lifa Away. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, bo made well, strong;, magnetic, Don't think because a man possesses a shining intellect that he is lightheaded. The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witcli Hazel Salve is the best thing to keep on hand. It heals quickly, and is a well known cure for piles. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. . When a man becomes thoroughly contented he has outlived his usefulness. M3WANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-rlanigia, Constipation and Indi- vl gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors (o W. G. White. it . fw11. HnTTilto AintAi Sfrntt The chameleon is a little lizard that possesses ,the wonderful power of charging his color to sait his own con venience. t - Asso,-ciatio- -- SH ! -- !(li Xb?1? V ?' Lviim -- er, Jones, Nortbeut, Winchester. Be sure you are rkW? then'go fthead. The woman with a baby iand tbe J3e wire you aet Ettod's Samparilla, m4 YorthleM Mbwoman withouJ ae wre alwajra serry and not " r, -- - it j, 1 tilWi .. . w4 ip " mayo lvr White men are said to bear up better Gen. Coxey and Carl Brown are keepJtgainst intense cold than against ining off" the Spanish crass. tense heat. The Sua C CUBAN OIL cures riUltlVl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheumay iaay shine brightly and the birds aing their sweetest songs but if yonr matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. etomach is not right there is no happi- G.Sold by Perry & Thomas, raccesaors to W. White. 's ness for you. Keep a bottle of Dr. Syrup Pepsin in the hones and A revival wave is sweeping over all directions and the tseit according to not shine and sing the Baptist churches of Sweden. will sun ana birds ii vain. Constipation and indigestion Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and cured. Trial size 10c (10 doses) and in bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. gpc arid $1.00 bottles. Of B. L. Middel- - 10c. muvl-lapru-itpn. 19S Lutheran deaconThere are now The Osasre Indians are said to bo tho esses in America. (chest community in the world. April 'Wislca. No Griping or Falas. sure that your Weed h pure, your Be Arrowsmith, 111., Jan 21, 1807. appetite good, your digestion perfect. To purify j'eur bloed and build cp 'Door Sir: I have been bothered for 15 years with constipation and I bavtt health, take Hood's SKwapwills. ciasy preparations auring mat time, x This medicine has aeeewplished rec'wnHieBced using Dr. Cold well's Syrup markable cures otall bteod. diseases. iWpsminthefall of 1S95 and unheeitat It is the True Bloeil PmriSer. iy sayit ia the best remedy 1 have. Hood's SftrsafrMM kas power to 1 mro o. j.h ..u , make yoa wall hf t'irwWfK d eafe-i- n trerwwwivi lull or new lire aud visor, take tiiat makes weak men tho wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Greece has 152 newspapers. Over 100,000 cured. druggist, under guarantees to cure, SOu oir WnE bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, il.00. Booklet and sample mailed Iree. Ad terling Kemedy Co., Chicaco or New York. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. BuyNo-To-Bacofyo- ur 1 5 Big Hill, Ky., April 15, 1S9S. The young son of H. C- - Davis of this place has been severely irfHicted with a scrof-utrouble, which affected his head and caused discharges from his ears. Various remedies wero tried without benefit until liis parents besan giving biln Hood's Sarsaparilla. This medicine effected a cure, and the boy ia now entirely well. lt Persia has only women carpet weavers. A little boy asked for a bottle of "get up in the morning as fast as you can," the druggist recognized a household name for "DeWitt's Little Early Risers" and give him a bottle of those famous little pills for constipation, sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. la pltftfcf Cald-jeH- - y m Cr yilM r? i BtbLfefBtfe WillWfc Muuotf. JC "J ieni,Ji, aUAVKT. , TT 1 pram aad, Borr year blew, givtetfywi 'bkauT am wwpotita, mh! ikwrtti 11 J i V ..,.. " ... It V . siSL va.fcjia : ngigydgjaae MM m fei 2 m pa FS J sPHCtffnA Vfppz0vtlKmBBE3n iwjkV4sIBHl ucdl IHBDHH uHB PHBvVH C ,,'jr'T l HtBitr ij IVC H Jyp?J3 jpb i "yjtot CJIflC H M4fe H 34 34 3H H m4 m ftmtmfli pa?) to tea feMteA (fcsa, (c-aa m their Friends and Patrons that they have moved to the MAMMOTH STOEE EOOM, Corner 2nd and Irvine Streets, recently and cordially invite every one call and inspect their newest and latest Importations in everything in the F CJENITUEE LINE, Wish to Notify occupied lj Joe $ i SUCH A FOLDING BEDS BUEEETS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron; something new. 3 H These are exact reproductions of the tables used at ball and made and painted by hand; see them. $ &$ YERNIS MARTIN Bradley-Mart- in The only thing of the kind ever exhibited in Richmond. Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror & CHINA CLOSETS Backs, &e. SIDEBOARDS 0 M e TL N CD !$ -- "' SUlTESIn WW--' WHVZiZ-sJidtrst-ii- -. -. fV - 9 Any style desired. CHAMBER cJa ana ASil Kg & Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ev- e Maple, Oak rfc EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to S40.00. (TENTER TARLES Maple and Mahogany. 75 p. to S8.00 in m $f C3 TTnne-nvin- ROCKERS ift Erom 60c to 815.00. "H31 $&J &f$ Ash. O.ik. Ash "Rii-iVs-"!- ?. $ J- - gtf CD DINERS At 83.00 to 815.00 per set. 84.75 to 818.00. MORRIS CHaIRS r4 m m m m m 2i We are too busy moving to give a full list of our immense stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. 1 ffl h3 Day Telephone 76. r2. P? kSS Night Telephone 67, ' , i p csa V&U m When In The City Make Your Headquarters With a "" -K . i i m i J