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RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, where the sum payable does not ex- - We pay out millions of dollars a vear to Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. ceed $150, three cents, foreigners for wool to make our own Above that there is a graduated clothing, when wo might grow our own Richmond, Madison county, first Monscale running $1 for $7,500 and thirty wool for less than half what we pay to day. Lexington, Fayette county, second cents for each $2,500 additional. Bills them for what we buy. It is one of the of lading, receipts for merchandise, most effective means of getting Monday. rich to J KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, THE MAY NEVTIME. L898. NUMBEK 49. At Four Score. : Counly Court Days. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. NEW YORK FASHIONS. A Splendid Number ol the Best Reform Magazine in the World. Eton jacket suits are just as popular as ever. Stanford, Lincoln conntv, second Mon- etc , for export, ten cents each ; express 'packages, one cent upon all such that day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- pay not to exceed twenty-fiv- e cents; between twenty five cents and $1, two day. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. cents; in excess of $1, five eents; inN icholasville, Jessamine county, third demnifying bonds, fifty cents; all other bonds required in legal proceedMonday. cents; certificates of Winchester, Clark countv, fourth ings, twenty-fiv- e profits on each $100 of face value, two Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth cents; certificates of damage or other wise issued by a port warden, twenty-fiv- e Monday. cents. Yellow Jaundice Cured. Suffering humanitv should be supplied tNewYork Sun.l What is this thunder music from the other side with every means possible for its relief. of the world. It is with pleasute we publish tte folEZEKIEL OBEAE. assessor anil That puUes though the severing seas and lowing: "This is to certify that I was ONCLE Beverly, Mass.. who has round tho, planet runs? passed UioSOth Me mllo stone, cays: Tisthe death songof old Spain floating from a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice "Vr Miles' Eestoratlvc Nervine baa doco a for over six months and was treated by the Asian main; preat deal of Boed. iMUTerodforycarsiroa There's a tale of crumbling empire in the some of the best phjbicians in our city Rlppplcssneas and nervoas heart trouble. song of Dewey's guns! and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our drugWould led toary and used up in the morn-la- c The hand that held the sceptre once of all the gist, recommended Electrict Bitters, bad no ambition and my work seemed a great world seas. rcrCcn. A friend recommended Dr. Miles' And paved the march with dead men's bones and after taking two bottles I was entireicrvinc, and I purchased a bottle under ly cured. I now take great pleasure in neath all the circling suns. protest as I had tried so many remedies unGrew faint with deadly fear when that thunder recommending them to any person sufsuccessfully. I thought it no use. But it song drew near. fering with this terrible malady. lam pare mo restful sleep, a good appetite and For the dirge of Spain was sounded by the restored mo to energetic health. It is a gratefully yours, M. A. llogany, Lexsong of Dewey's guns! good medicine, and I will gladly writo anyoao Inquiring, f ull particularsof mysat- - There is music in a cannon, yet, forall Songs of ington, Ky." Peace Sold by Perry & Thomas' Druggist. Yea, the porthole's belching anthem is soft 4 Successors to W. (j. White music to her sons sxo sold by all drug-pls- ts When the iron thunder song sings the death of under a positive THE BEST SHEEP FOR THE SOUTH. ancient wrong guarantee, first bcttle And dying wrong was chanted by the song benefits or money re- E- of Dewey's guns. Restores 5S Tastes differ. This applies to all funded. Book on disSam 'Walter foss. eases of the heart and g&, Heaith S human affairs, and as much to the Berres free. Address. choice of all farm animals as to anything m Wl DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. else. It is well that this is so. If it I V I f IU .1 m liftivtii were otherwise there would be no adPROFESSIONAL CARDS. vance made in the world. We should s, all be keeping the common stock of One Hundred million Dollars and each of us, knowing no betto be Raised. ter, would be quite satisfied with what VV, MILLER. we bad and would seek for none better. LIQUOR AND TOBACCO TAXED HEAVILY. But the restless desire of our race for change and variety which has possessed Richmond, Kbxtdckt. The new revenue measure is esti- all men from the beginning has led to Office in the Barnara Building, next door to mated to produce about $100,000,000 in a constant advance aud improvement, feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. revenue. The tax on beer, ale and fer- which seems never to be completed, mented liquors is from $1 to judging of each year's change aud adjTtj-jz- t, jS. $2 a barrel, but no lebate for unused vance on all previous conditions. This beer or destroyed samples is allowed. is to be most noted, perhaps, in regard Tobacco and snutf are increased to to sheep. Anyone well informed of what Attorxev-at-Latwenve cents a pound; upon cigars $4 improvements have been made by - - KENTUCKY. KICHMOXD, per thousand, weighing more than American breeders of late years can See Office over Tavlor's Hardware store, op- three pounds per thousand, and Si on this advance most conspicuously exposite Court IloiiPe, on Main Street. cigam weighing less than three pounds hibited doubtless in the Merino breeds per thousand; $4 upon cigarettes weigh- and the several varieties of them. This II. B. HOfiG, ing more than three pounds per thous- sheep has been the special wool sheep ATTORNEY AT LA Ur, and, and Si on cigarettes weighing of the world since those days in which Kentucky. less than three pounds; a co;npeusa the old patriarchs' wives and daughters Richmond, tion tax of half that amount (which spun the fleeces aud wove tho cloths tor Office No. 13 First St.. up stairs. 31-3- 0 is the amount of the increase) upon the thetr households. "She soeketh wool, stock of cigarettes on hand. The fol- and her hands work willingly. She J. C. & D M. OHENAULT. lowing licenses are placed on tobacco layeth her hands to the spindle and she dealers: holdeth the distaff. And all her houseA TTORXEYS A T LA W, Dealers in leaf tobacco whose sales hold are clothed with scarlet." This is Kentucky. Richmond, do not exceed $10,000. shall pay a $ the description of the virtuous woman, license; those whose sales exceed S10, and mistress of a household in ancient Chen-ault- 's Office on Second street, over S48; dealers in tobacco whose sales do times. The custom of spinning wool in grocery. not exceed $10,000, $4.80; in excess of those old times and up to the later that amount, $12. Roman Empire, and which was comPHYSICIANS. The provisions of the stamp tax in- mon among high and low conditions clude proprietary medicine and similar by the maidens, gave to these the name DR. JOnX M. FOSTER, preparations, a tax of one cent on all of spinsters, by which we call the unc-an- if v THE SONG OF DEWEY'S GUNS. "STSSSSE HRTCWB Nervine j 1 aui-mal- Attoen-ey-at-La'- J. si im-reuse- produce everything we can for our own use, and sell as much as we can tor the money. The South has been enriched by the cotton crops of a century. It has brought into the South moie monoy, four times over, than all the gold mines in the world, all thee years. But wool is an equally common btaple for tt:e world's clothing and we can grow wo 1 for half the cost of that grown anywhere else on account of our mild and genial winters, in which pastures will support the flocks, and lambs may come at the new year in tho openfieldf. The very lav of the land favors the keeping of sheep Ws have our ranges of mountains and hills, with the nlopes down to the low lands, where th scot-to- n flourishes. Grass grow so abuu Jaut-l- y that somo disheartened farmerji, unable to check the growth of it have sacrificed their farms to others who have made tho whole purchase money back the first year off this hateful grass. There is no other grass land in the world, and no locality where so many fodder plants may be grown, and none where so little hand feeding is needed for a flock as in the South. We have as many acres lying idle in old fields, washing and wasting its natural fertility by neglect, as would feed everyone of the forty million sheep kept now in the United States, and these might bring in a profit of in all a full hundred millions of dollars every year. This is far more than we are making of our cotton ciop in the shape of profit, or even of income over money actually spent on it. Think of it, that the English farmer pays the high rent of his land, rarely less than $7 to $10 an acre, mostly from the income from sheep. He calls the sheep tho rentpay-eAnd it is this surely. We have here in the South a better climate for sheep than that of England, cheaper laud, a home market for the wool ot fifty million sheep which we are now paying for to nearly every other country in the world with the money we make for our cotton, when we might grow this wool, and by doing this so increase the fertility of the boil as to double the average yield of cotton per acre, thus taking no more laud, and getting twice or three times the money form it. And all we want to do this is to cover these miserable old fields with grass, and turn on to them Hocks of sheep, by which the soil will be preserved from waste and made rich and productive. In my next article I will describe what I thiuk is the best sheep in the South. II. Stewart. Madisou County, X. C. r. mi &akP POWDER Absolutely Pure BAKINQ ROYAL PODCR CO., NEW YORK. DELAYED. CORRESPONDENCE. WAGERSYrLLE Kstill County. Mr. A. S. Edwards has been quite ill for several days. Mrs. Nellie Henderson has been quite ill for several days. Richmond. ... Kentucky packets, boxes, bottles, etc., which re- married women even now. cents or leas, two tail at twenty-fiv- e There is probably no other part of the V Telephone at efEce and residence. cent; DR. II. R. GIBSON, PHYSICIA N AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. OSce in the Joe Cc.lins baiVdine, 18 and so ond Street, orer Wnue aU dmettere. Sec17- - CHAS. HOOKER, TETERJNARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. cjrOfllee up stairs, over store recently accu-pie- d bv Richmond Harness Co , East Main y St., apr-IRichmond, Ky. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Bnildinc, Main Street. Telephone at residence (the Cnrr jilace) on Broadway. Richmond, ----- R. C. JASPER, M. D Kentucky. G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Richmond, - Kentucky. DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky. Richmond rs-oaicc and residence on Second Street. 33E27TAL STJBGSP.T. "Dr. "YDae,uuv& ". "obsou 12-- DENTIST, OK LOCJSNIIAE, KV. eirOEc next door to Government Building, BichmSnd, Ky. Office hours- -9 to 1 to 4. novlT-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. Hob-sonext door to postoffice. jyt. FRED -- n, SMITH. DENTIST. latelyoccupiedbyDr.W.W.Bargin. Office. over Collins' Grocery., same office Janl2-l- y "IiOnTcTt. of Parkersburg, CALDWELL, W. Va., Eecom Wrights Celery mends Capsules. Pabkeesbcbg, W. Va., January 26, The Wright Med. Co 1995. Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celerv Capsules 6lnce November, 1694. and find them to be as recommended. I Sret began taking them while at HotSnrings. A?fr, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatura, Liver and Stomach trouble Constipation which J had been ? long sufferer. I fouud the Celerv Capsules nave me great rebel them .rom thp beginning and have used unsoever since. With pleasure, and licited. I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of theru. Very truly yours. CkaelksT Caldwell. DOc SoldbyT,S Hagan, Druggist .Pricee per box. CoIIat entB and Had t free aple $1-0- 0 drug-etor- cents and world in which thia old custom so prefifty cents, three cents; between fifty vails now than the Sot hern States, for and seventy five cents, four cents; her our girls learn to spin the wool aud cents and a dol- the older women wave the jeans and between seventy-fiv- e lar and for each fifty cents or traction knit the hose. Still it is amazing to one thereof above that amount, an addt-iion- well informed of the history of thesheep and the wool business that in this part two cents. The same schedule applies to per- of the continent of America the sheep fumery and cosmetics. Chewing gum is most strangely neglected, when it is to pay one cent for packets retailing nngiit be increased in numoer ten times at five cents, and two cents for paclr without an excess of stock or product. ages exceeding five cents Ginger ale 3ut there is another item of value in reand mineral waters are to pay one gard to the rearing of bheep in the cent per pint, and wines two cents per South. No other part of the Union has so rich a soil, all rich alluvium everypint. llonds, debentures or other certifi- where, aud no glacial drift has existed cates of indebtedness after June 1, is- to cover this with vast beds of gravel and barren sand as in the North. Yet sued by any association, corporation etc., are to pjy live cents on each $100, no other part of the continent produces or fraction thereof, issued, and on all such a low average of crops. Nowhere transfers of shares or certificate of else is there so much laud lying idle and of stock, two cents on each $100 of face. neglected in the old fields. And at the On bank checVs and drafts exceeding same time nowhere else is the "golden footed sheep" so scarce, and rarely to be $20, two cents. Bills of exchange, drafts at sight or seen in the fields. In fact, having no promissory notes for circulation not ex- fields for the sheep to pasture in, we ceeding $100, five cents; between $100 have no sheep. This is one of the most and $200. ten cents; between $200 and surprising neglects and faults of our $330, fifteen cents; $350 and $500, farming in the South. But what sheep we have are quite in twenty cents; $:00 and $750, thirty cents; $750 and $1000, forty cents; ferior in kind. They are taken without $1 000 and $2,C00. $1 ; $2,500 and $5 000, any intelligent choice. One acquires a $1.50, and for each J2.500 in excess of flock of the kind because none better is Foreign bills of exchange, known of or in reach. And without 5,000, $1 letters of credit, including express any settled method of improvment we money orders, to pay the same rate as can hope for but little profit from what bills of exchange or promissory notes, we have, or any popular interest in betexcept where drawn in sets of three or tering it. And yet we arei by no means more, when for each bill of cuch set slow to catch on when someone leads the way and makes it smooth and easy to follow. And in regard to sheep, 1 may say that when about a dozen years ago I imported some of the Cheviot mountain sheep in Macon county, N.C., I found quite an interested desire on the part of neighbors to get as much L. J&h. benefit from them as possible. And a neighbor who brought here a What does A stand for ? "When flock of Shropshires and has kept them some friend suggests that your until quite recently, has never wanted buyers for all tlie spare rains at the blood needs A sarsaparilla treatA stands for profitable prices of ten, down to five dolment, remember that AYER'S. The first letter in the lars each, ana thus the dark faces of this alphabet stands for the first of breed have become common all over sareaparfllas ; first in origin, first this county. But this is only a trivial as compared with what has been in record, first in the favor of the matter done by leading breeders in the South, family. For nearly half a century especially in Kentucky, where there are some of tho best. Southdowns in existence. Now these sheep mentioned are all mutton sheep as well as good wool producers. And mutton is not a popular meat here. But why not? It is the most digestible and nutritious of all meats. It is tender, and well fed, is of the very best flavor. Why it should be has been curing all forms of blood otherwise is, easily explained by the un diseases scrofula, eczema, tetter, skillful manner of dressing the carcass. This I will not discuss now, but at anrheumatism, erysipelas, blood poiwell-fesheep propersoning, etc There's a book about other time But a Corebook, a ly dressed makes beyond a question the these cures "Ayer's tfads of meat It is very story of cures told by the cured," best of all kind, too, for a lamb, as in convenient which is sent free on request, by the time of Abraham, who entertained Mas3. The Dr. J. C. Ayer, Lowell, his angel visitor with a' "lamb tender book will interest you if you are and good' is quickly made ready for sick or weak, because ii tells not the table at any time, and is not too what it is claimed the remedy will much to keep in good.coodIt3onwhile do, but .what your neighbors and a small family Is making Hwaywith it. fellows testify that it hu done. Bat would. especially irapresa on your ? It cm cured readers tldvaHtAe. and profitlobe Wffl it cure ym e tfoe flosks, f darivad M titf" between twenty-fiv- e al There has been very little corn planted in this section. Dr. Abijah Wilson made a business trip to Richmond last week. Mrs. Lewis Fowler visited her brother, J. T. West, at Irvine last week. Mrs. J. F." Wagers, who has been on the sick list for several days, is convalescing. Jlrs. Ann Eliza Scrivner, of this place, spent several days last week with her son, J. Q. Scrivner. Our prayer meeting, which was abandoned during the winter season, has opened up again, the members meeting on Wednesday night. Jonah Wagers, the well known merchant of this place, went to the city last week to purchase his spring goods. His sister, Miss Lena, accompanied him. Dr. James Scrivner, one of our most successful fisherman, says: "Take your gun with you when yon go fishing." Doctor shot a pike a few days ago, which weighed twenty pounds. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Edwards was the scene of a very quiet wedding on Thursday last. The couple on tho Hymeneal altar were Miss Mol lie Fields and Mr. James Turner Wa gers, liev. J. "W. Parsons officiating. The affair, although very quiet, was not unexpected. The bride formerly lived near this place, but has for the past twelve years resided in Kansas. A BACKWARD SPRING She is a most estimable young lady. Their many friends wish them a successBrings Blood Diseases, Nervous Derangeful voyage oh the matrimonial sea, and ments and Chronic Cararrh. that their cup of J03' may be forever Never was there a greater demand full. for spring medicines something to JSrEWBY. cleanse the blood, strengthen the nerves, or regulate the digestion. Is there any medicine so good for theso Uncle Taltnn Newby is in very delipurposes as Thousands of cate health. doctors, druggists and tens of thouat this place is The Sunday-schoo- l sands of people of all classes and voca- progressing nicely. tions have long ago decided this ques Democrats are for James 13. Mc-ftionthat Pe a has no equal in We Congress, as we think he can win. these cases. I'cor, Whooping cough" is raging in this loshrunken dyspeptics becomes cality. There has been two or three strong, vigorous, deaths from it. and hearty after The farmers are planting corn this faa few bottles of it. People who vorable weather. Theie will be about are blotched, a half crop of fruit. Wheat looks pimpled and salOats not so good, but low and sluggish promising. never fail to find sowed late. Tobacco plants all right. a? or The New Time claiirs that the war with Spain will prove to be of vast benefit to the reform movement. In a ringing editorial Editor Adams declares that this is the first righteous war which has been waged between two great nations in centuries. He points out that the wealthy ever have opposed a war unless itl)e for conquest or markets, and denounces the "peace at lany price patriots" as tho legitimate successors of the Tories of 177G and the poltroon merchants of 1812. The claim is made that the war with Spain will arouse the latent spirit of American liberty and inspire the people to correct home abuses after they have liberated Cuba. The editorial department is aggressively American, but consistent with the reforms so earnestly advocated by the magazine. ' The Injunction," by James Taylor Rogers, is a notable contribution to the literature on government by injunction. Mr. Taylor defends the injunction and says it is consistent with the theory that a man can do as he pleases with his private property. John Pierce Miller aaswere Father Malone of Denver, who recently criticized Socialism. Mr. Miller's aiticle is a splendid specimen of logic, analysis and reasoning, and will attract wide attentton. Five famous editors contribute a symposium on direct legislation. Tho cartoon work of the May number ot The New Time is more than usually attractive. A shows the wreck of the Maine by moonlight, with the spirits of Grant and Jackson hovering over it. In the corner is the figure of Mark Haune, with his famous declaration, "There auin't going to be no war." Another cartoon shows 'justice," with her eyes olinded by tape from tho stock ticker. A fine portrait of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee in full uniform makes an attractive frontispiece The magazine is. published by The Isew Time Compmy, 50 Fifth avenue, Chicago. Lalf-ton- e Printed Irish dimities are in brisk demand. Roman Ftriped taffetas silk has a firm hold on popular favor. Cut glass powder boxes with sterling silver tops, adorn many dainty dressing tables- Renaissance and Empire tapestry portiers come in soft shades of myrtle, terra cotta, steel, rose, tobacco, bronze and crimson shades. Some lovely made yokes of silk and jet (black) may be purchased all ready for use, for very little money, and simplify the construction of a handsome fancy black waist. Some substantial blouse suits of fine duck and percale, are shown by Best & Co., for girls between niue and fifteen years of age. Boys look natty in top coats and reefers for Spring. Long coats, flapping around the legs, find scant favor with youthful men of ten years and upwards. Some very fetching little hats for girls have very fanciful straw crovms. Some very fine and stylish suits for boys are of navy, or fancymixed chevd iot, made with jackets. Bicycle suits in mixed tailor clothes have reefer or cutaway jacket, with deep stitching. Cloth capes, both black and in colors, are very popular. They are very elegantly made and trimmed, and lined with fancy flowered or changeable silk. donble-breaste- . iMUiimiMMH......... .&nmi?m.H ? fflimnmnnnnmi mm Sj:::: "2::I Everybody Knows K w& wflfi't JfT 'TfKirahi I Our Spring Stock is now open and I ready for inspection. PRICES WAY We are busy arranging our stock and making low prices on everything. Come and look at them. I i I W K 4 1 1 tm dS EVELX C.V3LE. years makes a generation. That is how long Adoph Fisher, of Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He was cured by using three boxes of Witch Hazel Salve. Douglas & Wines, Druggist. Thirty-fiv- e t's Suits for Everybody, T Hats for Everybody. Furnishings' for Everybody. Shoes for Everybody. V if "Goose-Cutting- " New Game. Our Navy of The Future. ISt. Louis Globe Democrat. rn-n- skin, invigorate the system and enrich the blood. Chronic catarrh in all phases aud 6tages, cases that have defied the best of treatment for many years, take to their entire a few bottles of relief. Nervousness, debility, weaknesses of both sexes, sleeplessness, irritability, despondency, hypochondria, is all these disappear when usjd according to directions. One of the most instructive books on chronic catarrh ever furnished free is Drug Manbeing sent by the ufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio, This book is very instructively illustrated with expensive drawings, and will be sent free to any address. Pu-ru-Pe-ru-- na Pe-ru-- IP a course of Pe-ru-- na to clear the SILVER GREEK. Mrs. Tom Kowlette has been quito sick for the past week. Mr. George Embry is back from Colorado, much improved in health. Miss Kathleen Poyntz, of Richmond, is visiting W. 15. Jones and family. Miss Mary Ballard went to Eich- mond Friday to spend a few days with Miss Bessie Turley. Uncle Ben Biggerstaff, of the moun tains, is yisitinc the families of M. F. aud W. A. Arbuckle. ' Master Clay Hume Embry, of London, spent a few days last week with his father at this place. Rev. W. R. Potter, wife and son have gone to Mt. Carmel, Tenn., where they will reside in the future. Quite a number from this place went to Richmond Saturday to see C. U. clean up Danrille. Wonder what that "editor" down there will say when he hears that Richmond has a free silver Government building, (free from Republicans) small pox that don't kill nor disfigure a person's looks, and one of the best ball teams in the State? Beyond question tho time has passed when the United States can be caught again without a navy of high efficiency. The safety and interests of this couns try demand a permanent navy. No argument is needed on this point. The reasons have been brought home to the people with undeniable force. An adequate navy costs money but saves more than ii cObts. It discourages war by increasing its There is in Spain at this moment a strong feeling of irritation against England. One day last week a fleet of six British battleships, followed by twelve large cruisers, steamed in a slow procession into Gibraltar harbor. The Sptmish could see for themselves that the response was at hand in case of an outbreak of feeling against Great Uritain. Not a word was spoken, nor was the British fleet assembled as a threat against Spain. Its purpose was to show that England is readv to protect its rights and dignity in Southeastern Europe and to do it at once and overwhelmingly. The Spaniards will grumble against England, but be exceedingly careful not to commit any tangibly offensive act against the British flag. They know that indemnity would be enacted, and that England could sink the whole Spanish navy inside of a first-clasfceri-oubiie- Another game, that of "goose cutting," has been added to the long list in vogue at social gatherings, says the New York Evening Post. The hostess n provides a outline of a goose, which is usually of red cloth, or, is made of paper, is colored, red or black. This is merely for the purpose of distinctness. Two pairs of scissors are provided and a number of sheets of plain brown paper. Each gentleman invites a lady to cut a goose with him, and, in turn, these couples are seated back to back in two chairs in the center of the room. When the model goose has been studied, the pair are blindfolded, and proceed to evolve with their scissors and sheet of paper copies of the fowl. Having finished, each paper is duly signed by its creator and layed aside. Great merriment is al ways aroused by the process of cutting, as the pair work in full view of tne company. When finished, all the results are laid out on the parlor floor, names down, and two judges, who have not been present at the cutting, pass upon the merits of the geese submitted, and prizes reward the workers, according to their merit. well-draw- f Yt vLr j I jl C jT prusrT, P V 1 9 7 MHrWPI i 1 sit? . 5 ic m 1 I 3jR g (v Villi?;,1! ' i I Q May Musical Festival Louisville, Ky. May 9, 10 and 11, on account of the above occasion, the Southern Railway B will sell from all stations in Kentucky, B round trip tickets to Louisville, Ky., on Mar 9 and 10, and for morning trains of May 11, at one fare for the round trip. For particulars, call on your nearest agent, or write Wm. II. Tayloe, A. G. P. A., 216 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Hi mays ly I oTrr"iiio 1 8 The Clothier, The Furnisher, The Shoer, The Hatter. g S 73m$ I AGAIN A PATRICK. Catholic Columbian. Ayer's When Christopher Columbus, his voyage made possible by tho generous assistance of their Catholic majesties of Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella, successfully led his little fleet across the unknown seas and discovered this western world, the first man to leap from the boat that conveyed the admiral from the Santa Maria to the shore, and set foot upon Sau Salvador, was Patrick Maguire. Last week when the American fleet started from Key West to invest Havana and Cuba, the man who fired the first shot from the Nashyille, to stay the Buena Ventura, captured by that cruiser on the way across, was Patrick Mullen. A far more creditable feat, though, was that of Patrick Maguire than the one performed by Patrick Mullen; though the latter, a gunner, was simply t obeying orders when he fired that brought the Spanish merchantman, whose seizure is hardly a thing to boast of. to surrender. But this deed, served at least to show that the Patricks are ever to the fore and always "in it." the-sho- COLLEGE HILL. Mr. Frank Gould visited his father and mother Saturday and Sunday. Wm. Brock and wife visited C. F. Brock at Newby last week. A number of people from hero attended court at Richmond Monday. Miss Mat tie Broadclus visited her mother and father Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Thompson, of Indiana, a former pastor of the M. E. church, preached at this place Sunday morning and evening. Hon Wm. Combs and wife, of visited his brother, Dr. Combs and family, Sunday. His many friends will be glad to hear of his recovery. Mob-erley, Sarsaparilla d country. ''Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed imminent Ivor three months sne coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She finally djscovered a way to recovery by purchasiug of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that, she !slept all night and with two bottles haw been absolutely cured. .Her name is jilrs". Luther Lutz.' '. Discovered by a Womau. Another great discovery has been made and that too, by a lady in this Thus'ritea WTC. K2iick &Co.,of free at si.air.v. W.0. Trial;-hoPpfrv & JThouws' ' ' oj.fs to w. rt. , v.jwyz T -- I - kndWWfevj "" - tw sZVi r jThmeni ietaki Children like it.it saves their lives. We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the infallible remedy for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, grippe, and nil throat and lupg troubles. Douglap & Wines, Druggist Estimating the population of tho United States at 75,000,000, there has been paid in interest on the public debt since 18G5, $40 for every inhabitant of the nation, and we owe thousands of millions yet. Now it is proposed to issue $500,000,000 in new g bonds, and l0O,WU,uuu in hum;i-bearincurrency! Shame on the schemers. Send in your protests by the thousands, and ask. your CoBRresamon to vote theoutragB own - The large increase proposed in the naval appropriation bill in the United States is an evidence of an awakened sense of the importance of the navy. About $30,000,000 more will bo granted to tho navy this year than in 1S9T. Thirty-si- x new vessels will be author- ized, including three new battleships, torpedo four monitors, twenty-eigh- t and destroyers and one gunboat. boats Five new dry docks tf ample size will be constructed, the personnel of the navy increased and the naval academy rebuilt and enlarged. Fighting ships of tho monitor type are re garded more highly in this country than elsewhere. They have certainly given a good account of themselves in all our naval operations At Mantan-za- s the shooting of thti Puritan was excellent, and several prizes have been taken ncai Havana by another monitor, the Terrror. Monitors not only, present a smaller target to the enemy, but are steadier than battleships under the shock of their own batteries. Their value is high for the defense of harbors or of territory as, near at hand as Cuba. No intelligent and potriotic Ameri can hereafter will deny that it pays to keep the entire naval establishment up to date. Commodore Dewey's ships at Manila were better and more modern, though less numerous, than those of the Spanish admiral, and the vessels of the older type were quickly destroyed. Tho original Kearsage had no protection except from iron chains hung over her sides. Her guns were and she took into all muzzle-loadertho Alabama 149 officers and action men. The new Kearsage will be incased in hardened steel 16 inches thick, her heaviest guns will bo rifles and her complent of officers and men 520. Marksmanship has been carried to a high standard in our navy, and in all recent actions was a conspicuous features. Spain is tho last weak nation that will assume toward this government an attitude of haughty and unThe United defiance. reasonable bad been gauged "by Spain as a States country unprepared for a naval contest anil war is tho outcome. But another result will be our new navy and one kept equal to the rank of the nation. s, 13-in- ch a week Ky. Of may4-t- d JANDY GMHASHIC 10 Interest to School Trustees And Teachers. jtM i a ifc County Attorney Pulliam has called the Shelby Sentinel's attention to a matter which is of interest to the residents of every school district, not only in Shelby, but in every county in the State. Heretofore school trustees have been elected in June, but the last Legislature passed an act providing that the election hereafter be held in October. The act did not provide for an emergency clause, and consequently does not become a law until ninety days after the adjournment of the Legislature. Mr. Pulliam says that this means that the election will not be held until October, but those trustees whose terms of office expire in June must hold over until their successors are elected and qualified, and that the present trustees in any district are empowered to contract with teachers for tho next school year. He says also that the question who shall be the chairman in any district is one which he 13 unable to answer. A torpid liver robs you of ambition aud ruins your health. DeWitt's Little Early Risers cleanse the liver, cures constipation and all stomach and liver trouble. Douglas. & Wines. Druggist. Islands through choice of war, are the rightful Spain's property of the United States, either in whole or at least in such part as may be uccessary to give the base of supply that we require in Their request will be rewaters. garded as a new departure in American ! 25 HBCrtTTTTPTV I ADOUbU lliL 1 V 50 booklet CURE'COHSTSPATiOH 'Hki'iEiiB. rnHT)XHrri?ClT1tncnreiirMseorntipition.C-itcsretS3retheWnlLTa.- ? pie and frt. UU Aflafl InhU the. ntrer crip or nipc.tmt easy natural rrsnlU. Sam J T. iJ. STEBLIXO BEJIEDT CO.. Chiraio. Montreal. Can..or.Vn Tork. fiSiMMJ5 nm i rri "-- ... H ff! mn,ts DRUGGISTS liiasi o O na Kicoancono, 'to ys ie c o P in K o MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN GRHNITEKINDSS) OFMONUM6NTS, CEMETERY WORK. AND ALL For further particulars, prices, &c, address, mch2t-l- y 'The Philippine Madisop MoDtiiueutal Works. Asiatic Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. breoch-loadin- g developments, in which our destiny like that of other countries, is wrapped inextricably it is at tho very threshold of statesmanship. "The Stars and Stripes should henceforth wave over the Philippines." New York San. CALL FOB CAVALRY. politics, but in the light of modern QTJEE2T & CHESCEHT EOUTE. Honrs Cinciflflati to New Orleans VESTlfeULED and Jacksonville 34- - 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST the teachers in oar public school asked all the pupils in her room, one at a time, this question: 'Are you in favor of war?"' All anOne of eight-year-ol-d ,- "f "X- .y. & --r" - IWlHgej!?rr t - h paH kk swered in tho affirmative oxcent one boy. The teaoher asked why he was opposed to war, and him this was his answer: "Because' war makes history, aadtiwre afwera kit- terv now than X h lmrui"?) Mm , I am receiving applications for enlistment in Theodore Roosevelt's Special as "Rough Corps, better known Riders." Applicants must be between eighteen n and forty five years of age, and to regular physical qualifications must be expert riders. In the event of Col. Roosevelt's failwitfa the Jarseafc ure to get his full quota of 1500 cowRtrifimnml. Kv.. Cumax. weekly, HTh boys, this company wiff be mustere ia circulation accorded to any paper iBickwoad or in Madison, eoaHty.er ia nr. T.P.xfnrton and transported im The only papeih.dfeiR ewtaty the Eighth Congressional District." which sanuorts all the Iteaieeratie mediately to San Antonio, Texas. id- . drsa at mce. Roewt'l). Williams, Lexington t K3 in,ad-ditio- 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. RIHEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Aft, Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH TRAINS ET THE From Rowell's flewspapgr Directory 1 swcurm s h ,w. II K??mU-e- T 5 a . - -- y& k- T - 4 4 It. -- g o , ; i '- ' " -- F C-Jt- e i3sr The Climax Printing u ti $ I M- - of his name in Missouri and Kentucky. of a Both have a wide circle of friends who Spinal Disease the Result Formed. extend congratulations. The marriage Fall Abscesses' first. will be celebrated in June, with an' NO STARTLING NEWS. Co. evening wedding at the home of the Kentucky Clergyman Reports What Will enhance the value of our agribride's parents. The contracting parcultural lands by seeking the best Hood's Sarsaparllla Did. (Cincinnati, O., May 10, 1:30 p. m.) of friends in this diversifying our products, methods MaJor Henry T. Stanton, aged ties have a number to them congratucounty, who extend The character of the people who and tho for means for reaching the best SPECIAL TO THE CLII.AX: Sarsapa-rill- a C4, is"dead. He was Ky's poet laureate lations. testify to tho merits of Hood's C B. WOODS, Associate Editor. world's markets Hong Kono Montejo, the Spanish and at least one of his poems will live is worthy of consideration. Read Substitute LOUISVILLE'S MABK-ES- T says: what a Kentucky clergyman forever, "The Monegless Man." PRICK PER YEAR, $1.50. Admiral, reported killed by the for the two last words above. girl was 3 years old "When our' little Manila. Massacres everywhere. The Bronston Prison Law has been Forbes. To the wife ot Cassius she fell from a loft and strained herspine. 1F9S. Will aid our miners who are digging WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, Chicago. Wheat SI 83. upheld by Judgo Cantrill. The Court Marcellus Forbes, formerly Miss Nan- Bince then she has been subject to spinal for coal in our hillsides, aud those seekAVashingtox. Secretary Long has of Appeals will probably sustain it. nie Barnes, a boy, named Iiichard disease, and lost the use ot her limbs. ing markets for such products, or rock Nfe Taylor. asphalt, timber from our forests and FORCONCRESS. Bhe was very delicate and did not have news the Cape Verde Fleet has reached Then out go the "rascals." is a mistake to advertise inferior goods at a cheap price. Nothing is We are authorlied to announce Hox. James much appetite, and abscesses formed on iron from our ore beds. B. McCbkakt, of Madison county, a candidate Cadiz, Spain. Orders issued at "War discharged more certain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in Rats! thelof t side of her spine, which snbject lor Congress in the Eighth district; mcH30-t- to f action of the Democratic party. continually and she was obliged to lie on the quality. Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But Department for troops to go at once to Will encourage the romingof capital Miller. Mr. James Miller, who y,or ritht nlrtR nil the time. We procured t are authorized to announce J. B. Thomp(TOLOUIaVILLh) not so much by ofhas 'been an invalid for some time, Tampa, Mobile and New Orleans. son, of Mercer county, a candidate for Mrs. D. B. Shackelford has returned died Saturday afternon, April 30, at a bottle ot Hood's Sarsaparllla and she fering bonuses or special privileges, but by ihe Democratic narty for Represenbegan taking it. The first effect was to go to Tampa. Entire army from a visit to Louisville. "Sunny Side," his home in Bourbon, give her an appetite and enable her to assuring to ull men the full enjoyment tative in Congress from this, the Eth District. years. Tho deceased sleep. She continued taking it, and now of life, liberty and property, ami tho Mrs. George Land, of Lexington, is aged eighty-on- e may co to Cuba before end of the week. Dest tacihties lor exchange in an tne was o'ne of Bourbon's leading farmers, she is a healthy child with the exception Ejohty-fou- r visiting Miss Mollie Fife. million dollars have Kennedy, Rkv. B. 8. Ward, markets of the world. (LOUISVILLE.) Dr. C. C. Hooker left this morning and was esteemed as a citizen, as a ot her deformity." already been spent for war purposes. Remember neighbor and as a friend. Ho leaves Chaplin, Kentucky. Cincinnati Post. for New York, on business. See the point? make a wonderfully strong combination. We wish first to call your attention to daughter, Mrs. J. Q. Ward, Miss Addio McCoy, of Scott county, oneMe&srs. J. Miller Ward, J. mother Nothing is so generally appreciaN. our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. not bo as Spanish immigrants will of The mayors and judges aro to act Quincy The Hon. William J. Bryan in his is visiting Mr. Geo. ii. Hale. Ward, Jr., and Mrs. Annio Ward Clay, Is tho best In tact the One True Blood Puriner. delegates to the United States while address before the constitutional conAdmitted ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. "As You Like It" met with Miss who have many friends in Richmond. cure nausea, Indigestion, Stop their salaries during their abthe war lasts. vention of Louisiana discussed the ac- Dovey Letcher last Friday. tlOOa S PHIS biliousness. Price 25c Quisenbekuy. Mills Quisenberry, Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guar sence. tion of the Supreme Court in declaring Miss Olivia Baldwin leaves on Wed- aged about 70 years, and formerly ono anteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewnere lor .uu our The conference roort on the coast the income tax unconstitutional at the nesday for a visit to Maysville. One editor from every newspaper in of the best known farmers iu Madison was agreed defense appropriation bill v i 50 price Miss Julia Higgins entertained the county, died on Saturday last at his not doing your sacred American duty, the state has been invited as a delegate. time when Justice Shiras changed his home near Brookstown" His wife, that's all. Fine ones wero 10 cents a to in the House. Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or opinion, as is generally believed under Buffet Club at its last meeting. from each paper! Only one editor S 1 30 Miss Annie Christerson is the guest who has been dead several years, was quart last night. They ought to he How thoughtful. Louisville has pau spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price improper influences, or, in other wordu a daughter of Jacob Hugueley, Sr., seven and eight by proclaof her aunt, Miss Pattie Stephenson. and 72 pers of her own. These editors who The President will issue a for a bribe. Mr. Bryan said when the long since deceased. Several grandMr. Chas. L. Davis, of Barbourville, children survive, Charles Have also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras mation warning Spanish residents to act was declared unconstitutional the Henry hours more should shake the price live oil the advertising of their home was tho guest last week of Mr. It. Lee Quisenberry, of Madisoh, and if there court circumspection, down to five and six. A sun or two merchants ought by all means to go to Jacob and act with Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will struck a terrible blow at the tax- Davis. James Quisenberry, of Oklahoma, later your stomach will lose all respect shonld be further evidence of offorts ing power which is esential to the quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you : Louisville and spend what little monev Miss Alice Bartiudalo, of Now York, Mrs. Cobb, of Lexington, and two sisat spring, thore will be a general ex- country's safety. He said: is tho guest of Mr. aud Mrs. B. W. ters in Clark, who married the Boone for them. they have. And there are other! "New limes showed up in this market 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. pulsion. brothers there. "If you have a foreign war, you will Turner. A special tobacco sale will be arranged Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Parks, of Fort Gentry. At his home on Unioii for the first time this season yesterday. by the tobacco warehouses to take 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. very soon realize this. You will see Garrett, Ky., are visitiug relatives in nike, four miles-- east of town, on last They camo direct from tho Isle A nisrATH from a Spanish source place during the convention. tho revenue of the Government shrink, 12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. ednesday, Uncle Jimmie Gentry, West Indes. You know what in Havana states that part of the army because our imports and the rountry's this citv. Jack Ross and Burgin Taylor would years. Deceased was limes are, those swellest of tartsoine Mr. Wm. Williams and sister, Miss aged ninety-fiv- e Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. there is being organized for the inva- duties will fall off. And with an army give a side show over near the It. N. I. Mattie, of Irvine, were here shopping never sick in his life until the past sion of Florida. four years, and since that time has things so much like lemons. Just take & B. depot that would beat it if they in tho field, the men no longer being Monday. With every Five (85.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. The above should have been for an producers, tho been in feeble health. His death was a pull at one of them little fellows now could get the same crowd. Miss Florrie Chenault leaves y alrevenue will due to old age. He was a devoted and then as you would a lemon, and Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture frauit-- ami attempted invasion. History will so decline, and internal tho income of the Gov- for a visit to Miss Nancy Huguely at member of the Christian church. BeEither banquet or never record an invasion of Florida by ready to hang up. you'll feel a now, fresh joy in your stom- lowed bya an elegant a reception, fol ernment will be cut down to half or a Danville. sides eight children, 120 smoker, will be army. Wagers, of Irvine, was ..f Miss Annie ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant pi-tthe Spanish ach worth going to market for. With a Twenty-fiv- e and tendered the delegates after the con quarter of what it is. Then will the the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Claude survive him. After funeral services condition of the dairy but- vention has adjourned "For the Yours Kespt., furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. people realize what it is to have the Tuesday by Rev. T. I. Martin, at the arrived in the markets last The friends of bimetallism insisted Supremo Court destroy one of the best Smith, Monday. Whoopee! This will call for another visiting her family residence, his remains were ter that Mrs. Jane Shearer is that treasury notes should be issued as sources of revenue of the country in daughter, Mrs. John Perry, of Fay- interred in the family burying ground week it could be easily seen that tho So Wm. Tho Gait House would be the a war measure instead of bonds. The queen of the greenland has not con- beneficiary, whilst Zimmer's Hotel and on Otter Creek. the hour of danger of war, a revenue ette county. goldites would listen to nothing hut which was constitutional for a century, Mr. C. W. Ware, of Trenton, Ky., Berry. Saturdav morning, at 4:45, fined her diet to clover and toothsome the Glyndon and Joe Giunchigliani are visited Dr. aud Mrs. C. H. Vaught sev- April 30, 1S9S, at "the home of her grass, but has munched on a variety setting banquets three times a day for gold bonds, which will cost the people and which the Government resorted to eral days la&t week. brother, H. C. Broaddus, on Main of weeds. The butter was olf color 50 cents and less. $3,000,000,000 in interest alone in twenthe last time it had war on its hands. Mr. and Mrs. David Prewittand lit- btreet, Mildred Ryon Berry, in the 00th and bcented strongly of dock, dande,ty years. Who are the people'e friends? And the men whom the decision will tle daughter have gone to Kansas City year of her age. She was born SepAn invitation will be extended to all Silver 1837, and was the daughter lion and the kind of weed that grows the members of the legislature, to all benefit will clip their coupons in Lon- to visit relatives. Lexington Gazette. tember 17, Mt Kee Rk hmoxd, Ky. Misses Estill Walkerand Anna Belle of George W. and Elvira Broaddus. between bricks m the sidewalks. El- congressmen, to Senators Lindsay and don. The common people may be imHer father, being a faithful Bap- gin was 22 cents and country 15 to 18. Deboe, to the court of appeals and to A West Virginia farmer who was pressed or drafted in the army, but Harber attended the State convention a firm believer and staunch supporter the bondholders will contribute neither of the Epworth League at Lexington. tist Minister, was careful about her Eggs were 10 cents per foot, 25 cents all the Etate ollicials to be present at moral and relieious training. When 5 the convention. J5 l$ I.K 7?l $ 9 $ $ 9 Mrs. Stockton, of Richmond, is visof the gold standard during the last in service nor in taxes to defend the iting her brother, Mr. Chas. Nuckols. she was only 15 years of age she pro per yard of 2S. Lard 7 cents. Why of course! These salaried folks campaign, found his meat house rob- honor of fessed faith in "California cherries will be cheap since that the country in war or protect Versailles cor. Blue Grass Clipper. time had been Christ and member of a devoted bed last week of a thousand pounds of it against the eneniv." very soon. The tupply was liberal like flattery just like an editor, only Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond, spent the Baptist church. She had been a they've got more of the people's money bacon and a note left in its stead bearseveral days with his daughter, .Mrs. widow since the death of her husband, yesterday at 2.25 per nine pound box, to throw at the Louisville birds. gold bugs ing these words: "You net. Albert W Berry, who The work of expelling the Spaniards nal. H. Severance. Stanford Jour- spotF.over twenty-tw- died near the same grownThe cool weather made homeA competent stenographer has been can live on confidence, but it takes asparagus scarce. years ago. In Alabama Enfrom Cnba, says the Cincinnati Mis T. J. Smith, Mrs. T. J. Smith. her last sickness, she had tho best at- and Louisiana dew berries succeeded.ln engaged to take down all tho speeches bacon at our house." Signed 10 to 1, FORand proceedings of the convention so quirer, ought to he as "short, sharp Jr , Mrs. W. W. Watts, MibS Park and tention that human hand could give. and decisive" as may be, but hurling Miss Harrell spent Saturday in Lexing Her long affliction was borne with showing, and that's about all; 20 cents they may be published in pamphlet At a meeting of much cheerfulness and the most re- a quart, and quality about you'd ex- lorm anu distributed over tne state fifty or one hundred thousand troops ton. soldiers in Owensboro, Ky., the other Her life as a pect. A great spray of Florida peach lhis will give everv county a look into Miss Mollie Fife gave a card party markable patience. to close the war in day, one of the speakers, Jerry Small, into Cuba in time to one evening last week in honor of christian was a model one. She had ulossoins reached here yesterday. First the convention's work. sixty days in easier talk about than Mrs. Mary Rowland Land, of Lexing-ingto- the highest sense of right, and enjoyed What a lie! Three stenographeis made a happy hit when he said: "I her religion in the week as well as on lot of the fruit is expected in 10 days. would be required to take down what do. It may require the greater part speak my own sentiments truly, and I OF- Sunday. Many can testify as to her Advices from Michigan yesterday said of that time to get the men on the Miss Annie Bell Harber, of Rich!G:$3. believe it to be the sentiments of every ground. faithfulness to the church, and her the State would outdo any previous one of the Bichmond delegates alone All patriotic Americans are mond, spent several days with her readiness to help the poor and the soldier, when I say record for fruit. Peas wero in heavy has prepared to say, if he ever gets a eager for quick disposition of the relative, Mrs. J. T. Foster. Stanford friendless. In her death the commuXot for war, but to join our army ot chance. He bought all his Christmas that we tried for four years to whip matter, a let us not demand the un- Journal. nity has lost a good woman, the supply, 15 cents half peck, aud beans decorations in Cincinnati and the mer but customers. We are now offering many Uncle Sam, and noiv we shall refuse Mr. Waller Christerson spent Sun- church a 6trong support, aud her fam- ditto at 10 to 15 cents small measure. or impossible. It may turn great bargains iu Corbet, J Mack and day with his aunt. Miss Pattie Steph- ily a devoted sister and mother. She Tomatoes also in good supply; stock chants here found it out, so he should to allow somebody else to come here attainable be allowed to give his experience and dp what we couldn't do ourselves." out that the entire force of volunteers enson, at Richmond. Lexington. Ar- leaves one son, three full brothers, one elegant, retail 10 cents quart basket. Colored Dres Good. and that have been called for by the Presi- gonaut. full sister, four half brothers and one repent of his sins in book form. "Some way or other that nobody many other in Miss Kauffmau, who is at- half sister o::o There is a charm and fascination dent,not addition totothe regular army, tending Louise at Richmond, spent two and friends andmourn her loss. relatives here knew about a ship load of pinenp-ple- s The time is ripe for a new campaign to school will win the victory, be needed in behalf of the industrial, agricultu life of a soldier that can about the from Cuba got through the block- ral and and commercial prosperity of John L. Baxter, Collector of the City army are to be count- days with her mother this week. A Remarkable Case. Lancaster Record. hardly he understood by those who Gomez and his ade, middle ot the week, and a car Kentucky. (LOUISVILLE. of Richmond, will offeratpublic sale in ; but there is a ed on for Mrs. Lide Swinney, of Brooklyn, N. have never tried it. Even in battle For several days Jack Shea, who load was Cincinnati's share Twenty great deal to laern about that force Y., and Miss Mary Clay Lilly, of jliie time is kipe lor tne men and wo- front of the Court House door, in Richmost men experience a peculiar sort of was shot while watching the coal cars to 30 cents apiece. Supposed to be men in small towns to yet. Its fighting quality has been are the guests this week of realize that their thrill instead of fear. A few minute proved, near the L. & N. depot, has been suff- hif-- t of the beason." Strawberries here towns can never amount to much so mond, Ky., on but its equipment is poor. It their sister, Mrs. T. H. Hart. Our line of Wash Goods is complete and before making a desperate charge on Mr. "W. F. Schoolfield, of Dayton, ering with a swollen throat. Thurs- are worth 17A cents a worth. long as they go away from home to buy one occasion, Col. Mosby was asked b could long ago have been recruited to Ky , came over Saturday night. He day he called on Dr. Bowen for him to at most attractive prices. their goods. It is taking bread out of The Commercial Convention Farce. one of his m-- if he ever became ex- a much greater strength than it has, was formerly a member of the firm ol to make an examination of the cause. had the republic not been without the Vones, Schoolfield & Co., of this city. As a loyal citizen wo love Louisville, the mouths oi our neighbors, and is a said he, cited when in battle? The doctor cut the swollen part, and necessary arms and ammunition. The A Richmond party were among our but wo love Richmond more! And plain infraction of the Golden Rule. "that's hardly the word to express he; work of equipping General Gomez's visitors yesterday: Mr.WT. W. Waltz, took from the neck a lead car seal this is why as a newspaper and perEach mayor in the state and every excited, but I do beI don't become county judge has beer, requested to ap Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. in., army, and especially of furnishing it Mrs Frank Smith, Miss Jennie Parks which had worked through from the sonally we oppose this come intensely exhilarated." agitation of a delegates to the convention. with the artillery that it is absolutely and Mies Harrell. Sunday Argonaut. opposite side of tho neck. This makes Commercial Convention in Louisville. point of the first and second class will and 4 o'clock, p. m., the following propCities 140 slugs, car seals and bullets taken Major Wells was visiting in Richsays: "The Pope essential for it to have is not that of a mond Sunday and Monday A Rome Sam from the wounds in Mr. Shea's neck This may sound treasonable but if so, be entitled to 100 delegates; third-clas- sixth-clas- erty, to pay the city taxes assessed 50; fourth-clasIS; 5; Shearer and wife, of Madison, were and shoulders, and the wonder is how make the most of it. is prostrated by the news from Manila. few days, or possibly weeks. So when you visit the City don't fail to en2. The county judge will appoint against same in the year 1S97. visiting here .Sunday. Winchester Here in Richmond are to be found three delegates. He expressed horror at the terrible he could have survived through all roll your n ime on our roster to fight high prices WHITE LIST. Nobody every accused Mr. Cleve- Democrat. loss of life, mid said he wished he had Mrs Laura Coleman and daughter, this. He is now able to go about, and factories and mills and stores, etc., If all the delegates appointed by all Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B aim cueap material. Jbcememoer we will pm-rS- jl S 150 died before seeing such a war." Too land of being a fool. He has been call- Mrs. Alma Williams, of Toronto, it looks like he will entirely recover. which if properly patronized by our the mayors and all the judges in all the Ballard, Mrs. Mary A. hr's . . tect you in everv ourchase. larire or small.ed dishocst, cowardly, corrupt, and al1,000 aSKs Canada, are visiting tho former's The case certainly has been a most home people, would keep money at town go down to Louisville, that hard- bad. Your Infallible Higness, too bad. 500 Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca hr's . . Yet in Cuba the Spaniards have butch- most every other possible epithet of brother, Mr. W. E. Luxon, on the remarkable one, and the saving of home and make better times henj with- up city will get a mighty boost for a 400 Brooks, J. J ered thousands of men, outraged thous- opprobrium, but never a fool He has Tates Creek pike. Shea's life is duo entirely to the skill- out running off to some other place to that will mean dol Clay, Launey t&:l Mrs returned 1,500 ands of wotnrii and starved over four shown his political wisdom and fore- home Xeale Bennett Tuesday, to her ful work of Drs. John Bowen and buy our goods. It is here we live, and at Richmond lars to tier merchants, ana not a cop Cunningham, Mrs. Lavinia . . after a sight upon many occasions. A lew 100 move and have our being, and we owe it per cent's worth of hundred thousand men, women and visit to her mother, Mrs. Leslie Thom- Frank Fithian. Paris News. good to any village Carr, Joe adin'r T G 100 Hacker . children to death; and the Pope knows days ago, he wrote an earnest and sug- son, who accompanied her. Mt. Sterto those who are already here to give K& or city, miner or mechanic outside of Duncan, A Cook Book Free. 5,500 WS we invite othit. Is it not strango that the Pope gestive letter to a "sound money" ling them sustenance before Jefferson county. Indeed they will be Doty, C K "Table aud Kitchen" is the title of a ers to come and locate here. Mrs. J. W. Zaring and Miss Birdie 700 should be prostrated ever ihe death of conference in Philadelphia. Among ftv!ra KMfrfiKn rcjfvil the worse off for tho expenditure Zaring, of Richmond, were visitors in new cook book published by the Price other things ho said: Farley, W L 200 300 Spaniards and that butchery, This Commercial Convention in "If anyone believing with us sup- the city yesteiday. Tho latter has Baking Powder Company, Chicago. Louisville to day and tomoirow is a We submit below a list of names of Green, J S (n r) 1,000 rapine, murder and starvation in Cuba poses that free silver can be prevented gone to Georgetown to spend a week Just at this time it will be sent free if smooth could not give the slightest shock to scheme of the merchants down men who are Known to us, are our Hicks, Fred adni'r Jas Hicks, with friends. Lexington Leader, May you write a postal mentioning the Cli- there to draw a crowd and dispose of neighbors and friends, and who first of two years 050 ids nervous system? Livingston Co- from controlling the tvfo houses of the 5th. next congress without effective organMr. J. Gordon Dudley is in Chicago max. This book has been tried by their wares, and the whole state is called all deserve our patronage and support, Hall, Mrs Amanda 500 lonel. ization and hard work, the quicker he and will engage in electrical engineer- ourselves and is ono of the very best on to turn its purse wrong-sid- e Hagerman, B C two years . . 150 out and When these gentlemen are giveu abandons that idea the more useful he ing. His experience with the Rich- of its kind. Besides containing over dump the dollars into the Falls City. support they will provide first Mulfinger, A F 250 mond Telephone Company amply fits will Ik? as a sound money man." :;50 him for a good place on the Windy 400 receipts ior all kinds of pastry and Bah! Let's see what the advertisement class goods, and they stand ready to Marcura, Richard two years . MANAGER. Mr. Cleveland was right. We com- City's Talking Factory. home cookery, there are many hints says, and the Climax leceived two col- satisfy the most exacting taste, even to O'Neil, David 1.100 competing with the Louisvile and Cin- Parrish, S D mend his good sense. Indeed he C- - D. Chenault, of Richmond, for the table and kitchen showing how-t- umns of tho Mrs. 2,400 M stuff free to might have gone further and said that spent yebterday in town Miss laura set a table, how to enter tho dining be inserted in these columns to toll our cinnati merchants. Let us .cultivate a Rowland, Mrs Mary T . . . . 1,500 Best $2.00 and $2.50 even the effective organization and Bennett, of Richmond, who has been room, etc.; a hundred. and one hints people off to Louisville to spend a few lovalty that is expressed in works ana Smith, Wm II Jr two years . . 2,000 the guest of her grandmother for a few Main and Broadway. House in Louisville. not hard word would not prevent the fiee days, returned homo vesterday. Lex- in every branch of tho culinary ait. days and manv dollars. i,:$oo Here's the and words, a pride in our city's history Smith, John W two years . . . a faith in her future that is not like TudorfC W (in). . silver forces from controlling the next ington Herald, May 4. Cookery of the very finest and richest way tho circular winds up: 50 a tinkling cymbol and sounding brass Walker, Mrs Susan B . . . . congress. as well as of the most economical and Mrs. B. A. Crutcher and son, 5,300 OK DATES." SELECTION To thunder with the Commercial Wallace, C C com. D Turner . Ijave been spending beveral days home like, is provided for. Bemein-be- r President McKinley will have a free 300 "The selection of the dates for the Convention! mch2-6silver measure '3nt in to him for signa- with relatives at Richmond ...... Mrs. Wartham, Joe "Table and Kitchen" will be sent, meeting of 100 Jesse Cobb and children, of Waco, the state commercial conGKOCERS. ture before his term of office closes. postage prepaid, to any lady sending vention in Louisville was a happy soWhite, John D two years . . . 1,100 were the guests Monday and Tuesday of her aunt, Mrs. J. R Lear and family. her address (name, town and State) lution of the question as to the best Freeman Bros. Thos. Collins. The Democrats in Congress should Jessamine Journal. plainly given. A copy in German or time that the industrial congress should Covington, Arnold & Bro. A. D. Smith. COLORED LIST. be praised for their bravery and paThe D. A. R. was handsomely enter- Scandinavian will be sent if desired. be held. It falls in a week which will offer to the vibitors to the Falls City Elmer Deatherago & Co. Gus Margolen. Burgin, Mary hr's TUB NEW YORK HERALD say,. 200 triotism for the stand they made tained oy Mrs. C M. Clay, Jr., at Mrs. Wm. Sayre and Mrs. Postal card is as good as letter. Ad- a series of attractions unsurpassed in "The Standard is the most satisfactory and most complete dictionary yet Burton, Steve DRY UOODS. 100 against the issue of $500,000,000 of inprinted Thos. Clay, of Lexington, came to dress Price Baking Powder Company, the same length of time in any city in A. G. WILKINSON, Ph. D., Principal Examiner, U. 250 terest bearing bonds of this Govern- Paris yesterday to attend the meeting Chicago, 111. White & Gibson. Ballard, Winston two years . the country. The May Music Festival W. D. Oldham. S. Patent Office, says: Is fostered and nurtured in the GOO Breek, Burgoyne two years . Its superiority is unanestionedr TiHri. it r,rof. ment. They stood up for the people of the D. A. It They were guests of is on May 0, 10, and 11. The Sons of L. P. Todd. ,,.,: - M,.uyHa,y, n . . is tne most p- cB. W. Turner. Deafness Cannot be Cured " homes of our land. It is our mis- and Veterans hold their annual reunion on Burnam, 7 C 250 dictionary ever made in I resisted with all their might the Mrs. W. W. Massie. Bourbon News. any language." May 11 and 12, the days of the Com- E. V. Elder. sion to make the home attractive A. Woolstein. Burgin, Martha hr's THE FUNK & WA QNALLS ary istrnlymaRn S Misses Wallace and Railey, of Ver- by local application, as they cannot 200 iniquitous measure. to put within the reach of all the is certain to "Its vocabulary is the sailles, and Miss Florrie Chenault, of reach the diseased portion of the ear. mercial convention! The $100,000 cy Owen McKee. Ulythe, Sol 200 most encyclopedic ever The Republican party wish to use the Richmond, will be with of the Battle all other ex.si means of leautifying the dwellings Miss Nancy There is only one was to cure Deafness, clorauiaLouisville, and of Gettysburg is lictionanes of the E . 11 will be another boots, shoes, gents' fuksishini; goods. Benna, Charles 300 compiled.' 'The efforts of the poeple to liberate an en- Huguely. Fridav, for the hop. Miss and that is by constitutional remedies. also in lish language Here are a few hints of some of slaved people, attraction. And all week the races will Deafness is caused by an inflamed conA. H. Sayce, Ox' ' 250 in such a way will H. J. Streng. Crutcher, George the special offerings for this week: finaly enslave the masses of our as will Swope to beatso comeatover Iiom Ver dition of the mucous lining of the be going on. In the running horse one Covington & Mitchell. University, En?. words present sailles Is the Favorite in the hop. She the 400 "The run the introduced country. have gauntlet of perfection Douglas, Bright & Co. Wallace & Bice. Carmachael, Johu will be with Miss Grant. Danville Ad- Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets of the closest approaches to "We have up to the Governnent Printing Office. Chenault,'Tobe 200 competent and discrimThe soldiers will gladly take their pay vocate. inflamed you have a rumbling sound or known lias been developed. It is hoped inating scholarship." of The Stania J J. B. Stoufler. Cobb, Squire Ilictionary relied o 300 The Arena, Boston. in non interest bearing treasury notes imperfect hearing, and when it is en- that as the delegates to the CommerLieut, Hugh Rodman, of Frankfort, Webster as our aut'r-iry- . DKUGS. Campbell, Mat Jr 150 "In connection with the when declared by law a legal tender was on the Raleigh, and Capt. Asa tirely closed Deafness is the result, and cial convention look on the steeds dash ,,. Government Printing Office. The only t i under the wire they will hope .the Perry & Thomas. Webster now has s 800 etymologies must be Douglas & Wines. Cochran, Sarah two years . . Solid Oak, with five drawers Maple for tor all debts public, and private and Walker, of the Concord, cruisers that unless the inflammation can be taken stronger that other Kentucky broducts We have in constant use in our room All new D mentioned one of the out and this tube restored to its normal B. L. Middelton. Cornelison, Ed two years . . 150 very b;st practical im!.? modern dictionaries, but the tonaries will be Tie and Mahogany. Also a number of the people generally will gladly receive took prominent part in the battle of condition, hearing will be destroyed may reach that perfection with proper R. C. Stockton. provements the releStandard." Pres.D H Manila, are Frankfort men. The for- forever; nine casses out of T. S. Hagan. W. G. White & Co. Man- Duncan, Ann JLUt,!5TAJ,DABD. It ia not only the 250 gation of etymological patterns is, nicely finished, from such notes in exchange for any of their mer is a cousin of Mr. Clarence E. ten are handling." Po.ytec!.x..5 Cochran, most accurate, consistent, and complete. Institute, Brooklyn Donahey, Candis Exactly! There's the races, and the 200 information to modest ufacturing Chemists.' commodities. We hope and pray that Woods, while Capt. Walker is a rela- caused by cattarrh, which is nothing $5.00 to $10.00. parentheses at the end "cellence makes it "To one who all his Lfe but an inflamed condition of the musical festival, and the Sons of VetEmbry, Rebecca tho Senate will kill the outrageous tive of Mrs. C. D. Chenault. 250 ofthearticle. Thesim-pl- e long has been accusw, 5PE amoDK men furniture. mucous surfaces. bSOfcmatong. It is change is so admirtomed to turn with Estill, Nannie erans' meeting, and the cyclorama, and Biggerstaff & bill passed by the Republicans of the Mr. W. Tj. Crutcher and family are 150 able, so truly popular, of useful words and helra Tre We will give One Hundred Dollar for pleasure and confidence Oldham. J. S. Collins. Francis. Edward found in THE STANDARD arranging to return to their fine farm any caseof Deafness (caused by catarrh) the jintels, and the barrooms, and the that it is astounding it to Webster, it is hard House. 150 be found In no other publication has never been thought to say it. but the simple of the about five miles from this citv on the that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh dry goods stores, and the dickens knows hardware. nd. Gilbert, Amelia c.M ROBINSON, 250 of and put into play betruth is that The StandTates Creek pike" This wifl be a Cure. Senifor circulars, free. THE TEMPER OF DEWEY'S MEN Foreman of Proof Division. fore." Atlantic Month ard TftTf fir This most essential feature of dinClaude Smith & Co Harris, Ben two years pen- Taylor Brothers. whatnot to catch the 200 ly, source of regret to their many friends it. the rear." Calif ;rn:a ooaion. F. J. Ciiexey & Co.. Toledo. 0. ILLUSTRATED. ing room furniture has never beeu Harris, William . Advocate, chr"t,an nies of the "Delegates." Delegates, the 150 In indicating pronunciation "It in Richmond, who have organized a . D. B. Shackelford &Co. SJSold by Druggist, 75c may4-lsimplest and best method of phonetepVesen! Thn so pleasing in price and design as da!? D.ict,ona'y fa bond all Hong Kong, May 8. Special Cable party of forty to go down shortly and Irvine, Sallie mischief; if these delegates will visit 450 sPei?ortoalliUpredecessors."'-Eii- gBottoS WALL PAPER. spend the summer at their hospitable -- ?.n Strawberries Coming in Quantities. now. We have a nice assortment to The Herald and l. Irvine, Ellen our stores and mills and factories al""."s.nuon.Kng. Scad tor Prospectus. 150 Wilkes Baxter. Irvine, Joe Fdnk & from 13 50 to $25.00. When our ships drew away for break- home, "Jimminnanna." Co., Publishers. 30:Ufavettfl The Cincinnati Enquirer is authority ready here and languishing for want of Geo. M. Willging, 250 Y Capt J. Speed Smith, Past John Christopher. Jannan, Sarah two years . . . fast Sunday morning the temper of the Master of the Grand Lodge ofGrand for the statement that strawberries in the custom that goes to other cities, Arthur Todd. 600 Kenmonuments. men was well illustrated by the almost tucky, and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, tho city will be cheaper than tooth- they will hide their badges and resolve Miller, William ' 100 tearful appeal of one Gun Captain to Jr., will chaperone the following party picks this week! Tho following item never to bo flattered into joining a Sal- Madison Mon. Wks. A.D.Flora. Miller, Martha J 400 SADDLE STOLEN! Commander Lamberton: "For God's of young ladies to the State Conclave is full of news about berries, cherries, vation Army for Louisville so long as Miller, Harrison D 300 vehicles. SPECIAL THIS WEEK -- In Oak at Maysville. beginning next Tuesday : peas, peaches, pineapples, butter and we have need of the gospel of Home .H sake, Captain, don't stop now, Jets 350 S. L. Midkiff. John Donelson. Mitchell, Mary . or Mahogany finish a combination finish 'em up right off. To hell with Misses Mariawfilio and Margaretta eggs. Head it and learn : nday.5 May, 2l3 oloodTeJ steer. Mildred, Morse Patronage here in Richmond! Smith, Margaret Chenault, Mary. 250 dfh0Tned. and wi" welRb about 700 lbsf ufh??.5n,,ia.coun,yo Sunday, April Ask these neighbors what they think Morgan, . COme An 1.l Wov,.ba,tdark'?.osbJ desk and book case at $9.00. with G W. breakfast." Laura and Annie Bennett. SOME NOTES. "At sunrise Monday tho first of a Ann . 150 The owr can have sam'e y s5x frtt proving anHS: about it! ? 5t lnhas P'aces oni"each of the ''Old Purdy," a privileged petty offiEnsign E. A. Bissett passed through block of express trains 10 to 20 cars Poland, G W The aforesaid circular which has apan 150 lthld!.eader2' stirrups. "P wooden Kingston, Ky. matioiLBl,?norreturniam A liberal re- cer, because he has served in the navy the city yesterday and stopped only long, and loaded sqashing full of straw- peared in one of the Itiolimond papers Phelps, George hrB 1L: 150 r an hour with his cousin, Mrs. J. 11. berries picked this afternoon Awarded to recovery. and army nearly fifty years, was greet- Overstreet. lie has been on the South Stone, Willis . and sayB: apr27-t- f 150 BEN BOEN, Kingston, Ky ed by the Commodore on Saturday, American coast with a surveying started from Chattanooga, Tenn., at 7 The State Commercial Convention Highest Honors World's Fair, Stone, Irvine 150 ! A solid Oak Cane Chair this week when the old man "shifted his quid" party and received orders to report up our cities, large and small. will dash into Cincin- will build Smith, Cassia for o'clock 150 CALL AT naval duty. He is from Mercer county nati. And a few minutes later Yes, the largest ono will bo at 90c Others at $1.00, $1.10 and and said: Shepperd, Charles two years 300 aud has gone to say good bye to home unless you're a second-rat- e built up at the expense ot the small pauper Tribble, Mose . . . ?j. . . "I hope you won't fight on the 3d of before going to the front. His brother, The City Council, of $1.25. 300 rive a reward or Twenty-Fiv- e Richm5nd, Ky.. will May, Commodore." Dollis, r Tribble, Harry. . t . . Ensign Harry Bissett, was a class- you'll be melting your fill of those ones. 300 for any information to tho recovery of Will induce the restless and dissatis"Why not?" answered Commodore mate of Ensign Breckinridge, whose strawberries at breakfast. As sohn as Tribble, John . . . ." . . Richmond frralKo &! 250 ft.codso"be .CLAUDE tol89G. tragic death occurred a 6bort time this city gets all that she wants oi! the fied of other states to sottle'here. Dewey. Taylor, Millie r. . R. A.BAttLow, city Clerk. SMITH, Major 800 mylMf His cousin, Luther Overstreet, mammoth shipment the spry lot of We don't need them. We have , since. Tomlin, Harry "Well, you see," the old man answer-- is on the Oregon. Lexington Herald. 150 SALOON PARLOR enough of that class now. 2ev Patterns, Original Coloriugs, ed, "I got licked last time I fought on Terrill, James dealers will reconsign the plenteous 250 Another very interesting announce- leavings to towns around here. Will improve and extend our counWHEN IN TOWN. Low Prices. See our medium line that date."" STRAYED White, James A two years . At 675 ment is the engagement of Miss Eleaour railroad facilities. Purdy had been with Hooker at nor Pearson Hancock, daughter of Mr. noon you'll go home and gorge jour-sel- f try roads and White, Jas two years . for 7J to 10. 150 Louisville's street cars will be Rat! Chancellersville, and did not like that and Mrs. George H. Hancock, of South White, Rose Ann . . with strawberry short-cakAt the only beneficiaries in this line. Coolest and most refreshing 150 Limestone street, and Dr. Joseph W. supper you'll take 'em raw again, and anniversary. White, Mary 300 PaWdThoS of drinks thatoan be found ?- encourage every effort looking ntermfttJonwnibethif,rurL!i?-5?t- WJbeeler Lizzie All our men suffered greatly from the Pryor, Professor of Anatomy and Phys- just before going to bed you'll, be to Will improvement of our navigable 260 in. the city are dispensed tho iology at tho State College, says the JEB11ES. CHENAULT, wayj-t- l Williams, Sallie two years heat during the action, for they were Lexington Herald. Miss Hancock Is a sneaking both fists into the ice box. streams. 400 College Hill, Kj. by and accommoWillis, Lizzie . . ,il? . . . shut up below, with furnaces blazing gentle and lovely young girl with a seeking for large, thick chunks of that Our Congressmen will attend to that 360 dating clerks. and the tropical sun pouring down its sweet, bright face. She was a student same old short-cak- e "' Walker, Owen that never pts in tho future m in tho past. The I! jvlOST PERFECT MADE. at the A. Mi MO best rays. Probably neveral of the years and and M. College for several loDg enough. If youdon't have night ferry boats might get a .few rpure, Grape Creara jof Tartar Powder. Fhk White, Jennie 186V . . j ""aaaas. , . 1,000 x -has devoted much of her men would have succumbed, but for the time lately to' the study of music, vocal mares harnessed in strawberries every dollars on this outing. YRVee, Ofaartea jrMwrwm iftrnmoma, ammoranyocHfaouwyw Lexington, Ky. 3 Mi 3. ' ' Second --. i w 'excitement of battle. and instrumental, for which she has dream time thw vjreek well, .you're Will bring together men whe 1" 40 Y1AS THllTAKtmw, r, . if a it. J - 5. S H .. -f , - -'Z' v - l; f5 . ? i ' it ' v 7i ...K - : .3 , 4 i ,6 - . - ' .. larJfcH FUBUBHID EVEKT WKDNMDAY BY mona uimax. ,. THE MI TO MOVE! McCreary and Hon. G. G. Gilbert spoke at Shelbyvillo on Monday to a large audience. Mr. Thompson was unable to attend. The debate was a very interesting one, and from accounts it seems that both canidates made a fine impression on the people Gov. physician, cultivated and scientific, and belongs to the distinguished family fine talent. Dr. Pryor is a successful Wonderful Cure faith in the future of Kentucky and who desire to manifest their faith by their works. Let these men show their faith at home where charity always begins RtKtIRKSKKTKtIntInvIR ? v n & v&: Nik: Nfc: fc. & 7! 7 lvf K-3M- T XI v v si HS We Advertise It popu-lace.- of BIRTHS and Facts Only! i. PERSONAL.. DEATHS. t 'V'VWW$r' vr-- Two-thir- ds low Prices and Good floods Hood's Sarsaparilla ' Mont-serra- tt to-da- grand-childre- n u Knigh-Watchma- n. asiii -- Corner, CO oy - s Collector's Sale o u. e&ues,ry Idw m volunteers! WANTED! WVi 1 I Town Lot: (Jyn-thian- a, n SalnJajfZil, 18 Tn Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town di-pat- ch s, s. fifth-clas- s, s, IS im kfj . few-day- s half-a-millio- n S3 'vJ -- m Sentinel-Democra- t. 3 first-clas- s ... rrPrfpw' mmimi ste &- Gibson. B VDvWardoteV CiF.Brower&Co o plate-matt- er AVill-ia- Sturdy m Americanism EGTE qUALITY AHD QUANTITY "Au-vernge- ." ..j. ..... It s.-fe- de pstaasg --' Chiffoniers. i-- -- THPPS China Cases. "up-to-dat- hard-earne- d .... m ,." Courier-Journa- Wagsalls Pln. y. Book Cases. Estray Notice! tt olnf Dining Chairs. warfr ?e M' . ht, REWARD . Wall Paper. w CREAM ...... ....... ...,., mmm up-to-da- e. BAKING ORSTEN! ..." C.F.Brower&Co l P0WMR AV1 ille ..,.... j -- te IJ J, I L M 5 ?, - ABW - .- w "TJ , -- ' - :V , If phone St ! LTZSIi msmMittir- - -- - -- V - '& ' . .. Jl if .. -- "7 wjkWLsssR?E& ''------------.- V i V N Mivvava.,... ........ '"'.'''.''?' r GQO D MORNING! i7ye row neara I he Latest. . i, Douglas. Bright &Co.'s New Enquire Hat in all colors both in the Alum aim uiuii uuNY niiu ui mens ana .Boys ttolt .bosom Shirts style, quality and prices are a regular DeAvey's Fleet. v -- i n K 3F n sm "V R - v'llX- - ' V ? V - x rsww-vnvaiN- xv VT . - .'n. " "."".i v a v The Woodford Will Case. b W rl Chns.'.E. Butler, Circuit Clerk of Bourbon, has been directed 'by the attorneys for tho propounders of the will of tho late Tbos. Woodford to mako a transcript of tho entire record In the case for uso in an appeal from tho judgment of tho Circuit Court to tho Court of Appeals. This record will bo ono of tho largest ever sent to sHH XWBZ) XJ the Appellate Court as it will comprise nearly two thousand pages of type written matter. Bourbon News. Richmond Boys Off For Lexington. KLONDIKE No use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values at our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no digging put 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. -- Capt. 3? (Sr A IK Their line of Men's, Boy's and Youths Shoes in Russia Calf, Yici and Patent Leather; Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers in Kid, Kangaroo, Yici and Patent Leather are up-to-dat- e. A A V 3B Bargains! iKTf S Bargains! & WILL BE THE BATTLE CRY THIS WEEK AT Watch Onr Show Windows.. Bargains! -- Richmond bos enlisted, passed through Richmond Saturday morning on their way to Lexington. Follow ing ate tho names of the recruits who have gone into camp with the other Kentucky volunteers and there await further orders from tho War Department: Caleb Shearer, John Shearer, A. A. Curtis, Milton Hudjjins. Major Fielder, Tyre Creed, Everett Duncan, Richard Buckley, Louis Davis and Goorge Thorpe. Will "Corner'-- ' Spring teers Irom Lancaster, in which the Duncan's company of volun- vlpf Don't Skip A Word 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 $2.70 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods sell at 45 and 50c per yd. We are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at $1.(59 per dress pattern. Ther is only a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't miss the chance to see them. h all-wo- ol . Lambs. 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 mil do it, we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. w,,i, n... huiwu uui jiiuw w. ITIUUUWS. - c... Hi H so nnsniET o r?! nnsini ra 3?rt?fe BIlRIgS UKSLLSi I. f I II I j OyyyLriyi LilllLlli i IJL n 1 u 1 tm ffi Ft tt 1 n B 9 u 9 M I 999 9s I Li II If II niiniiiy RHUIUT 9n 9H 9 I 7R K --- eieieNeieieieieNei I nil I. KaHBHNVBB 3mL .vf o i 'P Ni I 'S' Lexington cattle buyers allege that a spring lamb "comer" is in progress. Mr. T. Green, of the firm of Embry & Green, Cincinnati, is said to be the man who is engineering the "coup." It is estimated that there are between forty and fifty thousand lntnbs in middle and Southern Kentucky, and it is said that Sir. Green now owns at least twenty thousand. It is further stated that he will soon get control of about 13.000 of the remainder. Mr. Green is a buver for a New England provision company iie lias paid an aveiagc price of five cents for all the lambs he has bought. t3 I We are showing all the new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc. Ask for what you want and you will get it at Lowest Cash Price. Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert Cloths, Denims, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to see them, prices are only SI to 14c per yd. best brands Calicoes, all colors, from IU to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 4.c per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from G toClcpervd.; 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Boso Bleach Cotton and Utira Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large size Bleach Damask Towel at 5c and our Celebrated Clover leaf Bleach Damask Towels at 10c are 'Hummers," Best New York Mills Camlet Jeans 10c a yd., other Cottonadrs at lowest prices. yard-wid10-- 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 mado on them so low down that you will 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 Shade Spring s at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors ami white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c per pair up. Fix-ture- mVnilR 7F FTa With ofour Shoes ULil there's more fort to be found from wearing pair our shoes T com- The Richmond Climax. v i'NESDAY.MAY 11 1S9S. ... UUb .i rifMi, uil'NU nan ill r Mr O. C. Mc Williams, of Whites Station, is very low with inflammatory rheumatism. T7wAni. .1- - n. I Ballard & Dunn shipped three car loads of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday. Ayer's llierpy Pectoral incurable, Ayer's cured me of OUR X' 53 SS" B CLOTHING rnri'flH'sEcil- "Sawed-out- " In our Domestic Department you will find Li 3 3 o S ... o m s-- a - " 0 , ' dvertisements will be received THE CLIMAX with the guar- .tee that its circulation exceeds at of any other paper published c g i'i Kichiuuml. rnv'V5or??oocor;r;r'.':ooo lr. Mav (.'lm-a- Mr T. T. Covington has engaged to.M?Il 3,000 bushels of new wheat at 90 g cents a bushel. C Good morning! Have yon read C Douglas, I'.ris:bt& Co.'s advertisement? c I "When the doctors considered me Cherry Pectoral Is thoroughly "Tailored" not Chronic Bronchitis 99 L. B. LARDINOIS, Rosiere, Wis. HALF-SIZ- E Hobson. Dentist. 1.70 at wheat readied Satunlny. -- Let Midkill paint ami trim your mavll-Cm- o (arrmt ; Dr. Ix)ui H, Mr. J. D. WilhV to-da- y. will bo at & If you want new Haworth Co.'b. call on Chas. a corn planter see the B. at D. Shackelford Before selecting your spring suit, Jacobs' the Main Street See tailor. MidkiU'sline of buggies before ou buy. All work guaranteed. W. mayll-CmH. Watts, salesman. o I). B. Shackelford & Co. wish to ti.auk the people for their promptness in placing their orders for Deering llarvt sters. Messrs. J. A. HigginT.S. Ellis and . I; White have purchased from A. D. Mniili bis grocery on Main street, and will take possession this week. Taylor Brothers cordially invite an inpeition of their corn planters the Moliue and Barlow the two best make in the market. Also Moline culmator-;- . apr27-3w The Climax lias a larger paid-usubscription list than any paper in Madison county. As a result it is the best advertising medium. p pub-livhe- d I have the best and cheape&t road wiigon on the market. S- - L. Miijkiff. W. H Watts, salesman, mav o The R. X. I. & B. time card went into effect May 1. The only change made in the schedule was that of No. from 2:25 to 3:15. The 4. orrect time table will be found else-here in this paper. west-boun- d, w I have on band& n high grade buggie. w agons at lowoet prices. S. Win. II. mayll-CiiH- a full lino of carriages and road I- - Miijkiff. Watts, salesman. ) W. D. Strode this week purchased cilf and a heifer calf of the red Tiiis is comparatively a j illel breed. new breed here but is said to possess many points of excellence. The two calves cost Mr. Strode SS0 and will form the nucleus of a few choice ones of that breed which he expects to a bull Democrat. Come in and let us show you what we mean bv "best and latest improved" the world's standard for sixty-seveyears the tried and true MeCormick apr27-3- v Kicht Handet It is statod that Adoiph Segal, who purchased the Richmond, Lrvme and Beatiyville rail road, will be able to pay for it in a Mr. Segal, who become emn Nicho-lasvillfew-week- e. barrassed by reason of the failure of tho Guarantor's Financial Company, it is understood, has raised funds from another source, says the Louisville Titnes. Chas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main street tailor, is turning out the hand- somest suits ever seen in Richmond, hxanrine his samples. AV. Y. Curry, of Garrard, sold to Jas. L, Wright, of Shelby county, his Chester Dare colt for tl.ree year-ol- d SHX). Such good judges as Joe Bales, of Madison, Mr. Moody, of Eminence, and others, say that this fellow is the finest stallion of his age they ever saw by Chester Dare. He is a horse of fine finish and will make a magnificent show animal. Danville Advocate The McCormick Right Hand, Model 189S, is better made, has more Richmond Enforce The Cow Law. good features and a better record than Now Lcl A hog law was passed at a meeting any other harvester and binder. For Taylor Brothers, Richmond, of the Town Board last Monday. All sale by apr27-3hogs found on the streets after the fif K teenth (15) of this month will be ar We note with pleasure the desire rested bythe marshal and lockeu up. of Richmond for industrial activities. This will cost 25c a hog and 25c a day Does not the Ladies Exdiange come for feed. Mt. Vernon Signal under that line ? Then citizens give Dr. Lucien Rice's Rapid Rise. it a push with that much needed zeal, for larger inwhich will fit you better Dr. Lucien Rice, son of Mr. Fountain given this way will Rice, of this county, will he graduated dustries. Energy open an avenue to many of our needy from the University of New York people. Whilst laying plans for what shortly, and is one of the three leading is to come, help what is here give the men in the class of GOO young doctors. manager a lift of encouragement m Ho has been appointed Interne at the a position sought this much needed enterprise ; Bellevue Hospital, by all graduates but attainable by D. B. Shackelford & Co. say they for annually. Dr. Rice will have taken more orders for Deering but three home for a raet when Harvesters this season than ever be- shortly return of the, Unset looking see one fore, which looks as if the farmers cs we will beat young' pbydclwej the a .t. viina.tr eroD and want the country. , best machiae to'Haadle it with. well-knoup-tow -- The firm of Hamilton & Dozier, proprietors of the Madison Monumental Mr. Benson Cobb, who was opera- Works, has. by mutual consent, disted upon in Louisville some time ago solved partnership, Mr. Dozier retiring. for appendicitis, is ery low and his Mr. Hamilton will continue business friends are apprehensive of his recov- at the old stand, on Irvine street, and will be assisted by a first class workery. received man. Fresh Beans and tomatoes A Successful Meeting. daily at Gus.' Rev. W. R. Lloyd conducted a sixThe burning of a sofa in the teen days meeting at his church, closoffice caused the alarm of fire on ing last week, which resulted in twenty-fiv- e Sunday. Aunt Maudy Bronston put additions to the church. The entire out the flames with her little water series ot sermons ranked with the most bucket. powerful and persuasive ever heard Farmers will have trouble with here, and the risible results are gratifyhorses from ploughing at ing alike to pastor and people. this season. Cold water baths at noon Keep The Committee on Cows. and night and plenty of rubbing will "Will the committee on cows please alprevent and cure. Harness should ways be taken off at the noon hour so ride these beasts out of town or rid the town of these pestiverous beasts, which they may be cooled. are allowed to stray about the city, If you want to buy groceries for devastate the gardens and yards, cash go to Gus. frighten the women and children and The seven young ladies of C. H. befonl our passways. Keep the cows S. who will contest the piece of vocal off the streets. Keep the committee soloist in the Blue Grass Tournament on the cows. Notice to Teachers. and two young lady declaimers will give an entertainment in High School There will be held an examination for Chapel Thuredav morning. The pub- white teachers on the third Friday and lic is cordially invited to be present. Saturday in May, June, July and AuHon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, gust, and for colored teachers on the was in the city, Tnesday, talking war fourth Friday and Saturday of same and free silver. He is one of the pio- months. No examinations can be held neer free silver men of the State, and at another time. Examinations to behas been one of its strongest public gin promptly at 8:30 a. m. J. W. Wagees, Co. Supt. advocates. He was the only successKentncky in 189G. ful Biyan elector in A Strong Firm Begins. WhileMr. Smith is not an announced Messrs. John A. Higgins.S. B. White candidate for Governor there is no and T. S. Ellis, composing a new firm. longer any doubt that he will make Higgins, White & Ellis, have purchased the'race, and il elected would make a the entire grocery stock and fixtures model and fearless executive. Win- of A. D. Smith, and will take the invoice chester SunAs soon as possible tho house Levi Skratzy, who lives in the will be opened with an entire new Greenbriar neighborhood, in Mont- stock of goods. They will occupy the gomery county, found an egg last week same store, which is one of the best which had the following perfectly stands in town. This is a strong firm plain raised letters on it, says the and will do well. : " Woe be unto ye A Superb Success. men who break the Sabbath, for your The concert by the Richmond Mililife is short." The egg had upon it a tary Band was a perfect success 111 evcross and a full moon. Mr. Skratzy, ery way. Tho audience was delighted who is said to be a reliable man, says with the exhibition and expressed its that he took the egg from the nest im- approbation with frequent applause. mediately after the hen had left it, Mr. Minier, the talented and gentleand while the egg was yet warm. His manly leader, covered himself with statements concerning the egg have glory by this faultless exhibition of his been confirmed by good citizens of the pupils, and we sincerely hope the neighborhood. Great excitement pre- band will bo able to retain his services vails and the people believe it is a iis director. He is anxious to remain warning from GoiL here, but has good offers elsewhere, so Attention, Ladies. that our citizens should assibt the band retaining him. All those desiring the latest things in hosery, Truth is Stronger Than Diplomacy. in ready mado dress shirts, We have found it best to tell the and hate. notions, muslin underwear Should call at onco on Miss Tbmpib truth about the shoes we sell and when may4-3- t we do that It makes war with compeOldham. tition. If instead of telling the truth Sold a Car Load Here. we practiced what we have come to Messrs. Taylor Brothers, the call diplomacy, we would parade before hardware firm, have sold a car the public some beautifully polished load of McCormick's Right Hand Bind- lies, which, while they could not ers of this 189S pattern the only offend, would mislead you. But we apr27-3date binder sold here. dispense with diplomacy and tell tho straight truth, hence when we repreCaught Robbing a Pigeon worth $2, S3, or $4, or Harris. Frank Chenault and sent a shoe to beyou may depend upon any other price, Walter Hackett, three very small fact you can count on always getnegro boyS from Richmond, Ky., were it in your money's worth at our store. arrested last night for robbing County ting low prices for standard goods don't Attorney Kimball's pigeon roost. Our us large profits, but it sells our Neither boy was over twelve years make Fkeewax Bros., oboes. old. Lexington Argonaut. Tete-phone sore-neck- The City Council of Cyntliiana has notified the street idlers and street loafers to get work or leave town. Bananas 10 cents a dozen at Gus Margolen's. - M. F. Arbucklo, of Kirksville, sold to Potts & Duereon 200 barrels of corn on cars at Silver Creek at $2 per barrel. W. P. Surles has about filled up Madison county with organs and has now turned his attention to Estill for the summer. Get your strawberries from Gus. He keeps the fieshest in town. and "glued together" any "old thing" on which to mark a cheap price. The only thing cheap about this kind of clothing is the price. v in. JpVV s s o o save you on each pair you purchase, 'will be a nice little contributiou to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair; Ladies' Doncola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fino 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. than you can dream of and the money we will ? Oo "r m -- 0B s 3 O BOTTLES, 50c. j Oranges 20 cents a dozen at Gus'. Wj ji I University Lecture. Mr. Sherley K. Johnston, one of the literary editors of the Courier-JournCo., will deliver a lecture on "The Sonnet," in the L'niversity chapel on Friday next at 11 a. in. Mr. Johnson is a writer and speaker of ability. The public is cordially invited. al If Firm Dissolved Partnership. Wear Clothing. Clothing made with care and thought to give the wearer perfect satisfaction. It's surprising how "much good" can be put into clothes and sold at the prices .we name: S6, S8, S10, S12.50, S15 and No matter what price suit you buy here, are getting more real values for your money than elsewhere. Represents Modern Tailored Ready to Summer Suits Our New stms Spring and beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at that are cheap at $7 50 ; when you see our $5.00 and $G.0O suits you will agree with us that we save you from $2.50 to $3 50 on a suit as they are worth from $S.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. "We sell Boy's Knee I'aitts at 15c per pair. "We 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. $3.93 all-wo- ol Our Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things for our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at $2.43 per suit. We are showing several styles in - c p 5 XT m " -- ff 2 . 1 2 5. O TJ "" .2, c S sr c2 2. so -ra " K- i 3 C O -- 1 " a ! i ; 5s B - 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 elsew here ; Children's ribbed hose sizes G S, 5c a pair; Children's seamless ribbed hose 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 10', embroidery san silk 5c each, hairpins 1c aboq, good pins lc a paper, needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each, white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool cotton 3 for 10c. envelopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's and ladies' neckwear, white and colored seaming braid 5c a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing 4c a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. 0-- 8 100-yar- AVe 500 of Corset worth $1 00 elsewhere, our price long as thev last. will put on sale at once ono lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century 2 3 o o si? 59c as 0335o3 S. IT'S ALL IX THE PRICE' Most merchants figure to see how much they can gft for an article, we figure to see how cheap it ran bo sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash"' $18., well-earne- d 1 v - W. Covington S5S Mitchell, PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS. Judge Scott And Admiral Dewey Alike to Him. Look An D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. Vr S l&tr MB J jfcfcSfYsK Mm. When Xatnre Needs assistance it may bo best to render it promptly, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Saft-Rhcum - to-da- y. Sentinel-Democr- at Roosl-"K- d w .- - ad I .,.? ' Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting inciThe Jackson Hustler, whose editor dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Tom Morrow recently lived in RichSkin Ointment. Many very bad cases mond, gives our citizens this problem have been permanently cured by it. It to solve. The only resemblance we Syrup of Figs, mannfactuied by the is equally efficient for itching piles and Caliorniaf Fig Syrup Co. see that Judge Scott bears to Admiral a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost Dewey is his ability to carry the ReThe strawberry box is built on the and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per bites box. publican stronghold without firing a same old plan as in former seasons. gun. The Hustler says: Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are A Man Who is Tired The pictures that are appearing just what a horse needs when in bad All the time, owing to impoverished condition. Tonic, blood purifier and in the daily papers of Commodore blood, should take Hood's Sarsap- vermifuge. They are not food but Dewey, the old gentleman who terriarilla to purify and enrich his blood medicine and the best in use to put a fied tlie Spaniards and smashed up and give him vitality and vigor. horse in prime condition. Price 25 things in Manilla harbor last Sunday This condition of weakness and lack of cents per package. energy is a natural consequence of morning, bear a close resemblance, the coming of warmer weather, In India the average duration of life some peoplo think, to T. J. Scott, the which finds the system debilitated of the natives is 24 years, as against 44 of our neighpopular and able Judge and the blood impure. A good spring medicine is a necessity in England. boring judicial circuit. Since our atwith almost everyone. Hood's Sartention was called to the resemblance CUBANO' L cures saparilla is what the millions take 3 lUlllVl? Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheuwe can trace a striking similarity in the in the spring. Its great power to facial lines with the exception that purify and enrich the blood and matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. build' up health is one of the facts of Sold by Perry & Thomas, puccessorsto W. the face of the Commodore in the pictO. White. mayll-lcommon experience. ure before us is slightly fuller than Judge Scott's. It is hard to find the old lady who A trapped rat may easily be tamed by allowing no water but that offered never had a love affair. in Tho Navy. Madison's in a teaspoon. Men and medicines are judged by Mr. Carlo B. Brittain, TJ. S. X., who Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the what they do. The great cures by lately married Miss Mamie Baldwin, Cure sick headache, bad Hood's Sarsaparilla give itagoodname finest liver and bowel regulator e'er It made. mayl ly of this city, was in February promoted taste In the mouth, coated 1 everwhere. to the rank of 1ieutenant. He is now tongue, gas in the stomach, " The various countries of the "world The road to success has few resting distress and Indigestion. Do under orders to report to Hie U. S. S. not weaken, but have tonic effect. IS cents. places along the route. now use 13,400 different kinas of post-a?- e Newark, at Norfolk, Va., on the 21st of The only Mils to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. stamps. is a poison which makes May, and will go to sea and take part Does patriotism go so far that a man you sick. It comes from the stomach. Everybody Says So. in the war on that vessel. Mrs. Br:ttai,n will refuse to smoke a genuine Havana Tne stomach makes it out of undigestCascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonNor- cigar when it is given him? will accompany her husband to ed food. derful medical discovery ot the age. pleasTho blood gets it and taints the ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently folk and will remain there until the When You Are Tired way and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, Newark sails when she will return Without extra exertion, dull and list- whole body with it. That's tho cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, constipation headache, to Richmond to await the close of the less, your blood is failing to supply to Tho way 'to be rid of it is to look eurobiliousness. fever, habitualand try a box and Please buv war, fraught with its awful possibilities. your muscles and other organs the after yourdiVsh"on. 0, 2T. SO cents, bold and of C. C. C. and strength-givinproperIf your food is all properly digested, guaranteed to cure by all druggists. The Newark is one of the regular war- vitalizing require. ties thev stomach Hood's Sarsaparilla ships, a large speedy protected cruiser, cures that tired feeling by enriching there will ben none left in the out of. to make Tho Oroya railway in Peru runs of 4,098 tons displacement 8,809 horse and purifying tho blood. It will give is too If your stomach itself, weak to see to from sea level to nearly 16,000 feet you energy and vigor. help it along was built in 1S88, and cost power, this properlv by with a few closes of Shaker Digestive above sea. She carries 12 G in breech load Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to Cordial. rapid lire, 4 amaNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-- r ing rifles, 4 P-U- lf Tlmt'K the cure of it. Idlllvl V sia. Constipation and Indi 4 37 M. M. H. R. C operate. Cure indigestion, biliousness, r. f. cannon a delicShaker Digestive Cordial 2oc. lt ious, healthful, tonic cordialismade of gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. and 4 Gatlings. This is the same equipIt isn't wiso to drop insinuations pure medicinal plants, herbs and wine. Sold by Perry & Thomas, ouccessors to W. ment as the Philadelphia and San . when there is any danger of a bigger It positively cures indigestion and G. White. Francisco, and has a speed of nearly prevents the formation of Finger nails grow at the rate of rather Her Captain A. S. person picking them up. 20 knots per hour. At druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents. inches in a lt more than ono and From an Old soldier. Barker, is considered oneof tho best year. officers in the service, and a late member Knox, Ind., Jan. 14, 1897. Cultivate a forgetting rather than too Gents: I have every confidedce in good a memory. of the Strategic Board at Washington. It The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle rider are Ifable to unexpected is undecided whether the Newark will recommending your Syrup of Pepsin. I am 72 years of age" and am broken A little boy asked for a bottle of "get cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hsiel become a part of the blockading squad- down-- , the trouble having been bought you can," Salve is the best thing to keep on hand. the morning as fast ron or be assigned to the fleet of fight- on by my experience in the war. Your up indrugsist recognized as household It heals quickly, and is a well known a ing craft that will represent our mam medicine has done me more good than a the for "De Witt's Little Early Risers" cure for piles. Douglas & Wines, Drugname strength both for offensive acd defen- hundred doctors and I am just about and give him a bottle of those famous gist. well of stomach troubles. little pills for constipation, sick headsive operations. AVhatever part the The field of Waterloo is covered Yours truly, Jefferson Wilhelm. ache, liver and stomach troubles. Dougwill Newark plays we feel sure she may4-lAt B. L. Middelton. with a crop of crimson popies every las & Wines, Druggist give a good account of her sulf. It is apparently useless to be good in Hurry and worry are boon compan- year. As an evidence of the hijh grade of woild unless you are good for some ions. Don't Tobacco Sph and Smoks YsirLife Away. Lt. Brittain, we quote from a writer in this If you want to quit tobacco using easily thing. paper: a leading New York and forever, be nado well, strong, magnetic, From a Methodist Preacher. full or new life aud vigor, tako 'A few days ago I was discussing, "Vho does not known women and tuat makes weak men the Clav4City v Ind., Jan. 12, 1S97. with a lieutenant in the navy, the mer young girls who are continually in strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. present, system tears? Who always see the dark side? Pepsin Svrup Co., Monticello, 111. of your its and demerits of the Buy Ko. 3. First Street Gentlemeu: It affords mo great Over 400,000 cured. of dotailintr officers to ships. He ex Who have Ireqentjfits of melancholy guarantee to core, 50c or Richmond. apparent cause? The pleasure to sneak in praise of your most druggist, underand sample mailed free. Ad. A Summer Resort Near without any 51.00. Booklet pressed partiality for picking officers intplleffenb physician will know that excellent medicine. I have suffered Sterling ltemedy Co.,Chicaeo orNew York. n ctwicio-.i.i- nninpr)ln(i tfl tllf) fill tw "" Col. A. J. Ross, one of the cleverest ior variuua ..nncntn , compli-ratfi- d quite a great deal from sick headacl-ehave it is" some derangement of the men that lives in this or any other ties to be performed. aHe, would and delicate feminine organs. tne result 01 seuentary nnmis uuu BigThe game of chess is taught in all the vessels officered with view to the decounty, has tendered the use of the of the case. The following The young girls suffers, bodily and gish liver and bowels. Your remedy Austrien schools. lightful sulphur water atl Irvine Liek, is an extract from a letter I have just mentally, in silence, iiiero isuhuub corrects these troubles and my headweariness unexpected .pain, unreason aches are stopped. J. C. Boone. Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys and on his farm about one mile West of received from him : Pastor M. E. Church. bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. of what we were diiicussing, able tears and fits of temper. Dr Apropos Richmond, to the public. The well mavl-l- y SoldatB.Ii. Middelton. may4-l10c what would be the matter wih a bat- Pierce's Favorite Prescription exerts from which the water is taken needs re- tleship officered as follows: Captain, a wonderful power over woman's AY hex bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, There are 2,750 languages and diapairing and a pavilion and other build- Wm. M. Folger; executive! officer, delicate organism. It is an invigorat- candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c is specific for tho peculects. on the grounds. Jas. W. Carliu; navigator, "Win. H. ing tonic and may5 lyr ings should be erected watch officers, Geo..Stoney, liar weaknesses, Irregularities and '.I As Mr. Ross has so generously offered Schentze: Rodgers, ".Billy" u;ruxtun, painful derangements of woman. CareApril Wisdom. preceds "Tommy" It may not be proper todownstairs--the Be sure that your blood ispure.your g doctors frequently a place where the hot hours of summer "Bob" Dasbiell, uiennie xaiuu., less, hut your best girl for bilious- father of may be pleasantly whiled away an Carlo B. Brittain. Staff and junior of- - treat their women patients appetite good, your digestion perfect. sometimes it is policy. ness, dyspepsia, iiver; or kidney troui will greatly assist iu ficere to match To purify your blood and build np public real sickness is in the Pprtninlv firiitine ability, of that bles, when the Ml L. Yocum. Cameronr'Pa., says "I health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. these needed improvements. assortment- - the distinctly feminine, and no making would be something nrMvnrt accomplished reThie medicine-bare mado per- was a sufferer for ten years, trying most A subscription paper is now at this of- phenomenal. From captain llown it help can come till they of Dr. Pierce's all kinds remedies, but without markable cures of all blood diseases. strong by the use fice and any one who desires to con- would guarantee'the extraction of the fectly snceesB. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo Tt Ir the True Blood Purifier. power to , Sarsaparilla has b rnow Favorite Prescription." have a substantial uuuwuii ' Dtwhiej Is stamps to was recommended to me, Ijased one Hood's well bv rmrifvise and enrich tribute, and thereby 2L cents in.ono-ceSend While-,Bo- tf box. It.haa effected a' permanent cHre.'i nskR vonBlood, giving' yoa an Jtfedical this resort, that "can .be en-- . biiities. construction1 .corps, iuterest,in World's Diepenearv apptitet iri tlie ing Y., and, rccelTDr. Ah a permanent atfref or' pjtee DeWitt's and,-your joyed almost every day . ouring tae - nerve, seatM aad dtfteetive. thinks Jngwowt CoMXQKSSWirei: ,:i008 page : Haner, is now; at liberty locosre ami tniuiAr UHrmv nuoi uw sura kuuvibbv. Pierce's 4vx8S1i ! yrt I MTWHOAt, 'i.' T r to be wwied. I atri1utfw make h An excursion through Eastern Kentucky, to he given under the auspices of Berea College, under the management of Prof. H. M. Penniman, hns been planned for next July. Tho excursion will begin on the 1st or loth of that month and is to occupy thirty one days. A check for $100 raust bo deposited with Mr. T. J. Osborne, Treasurer of Berea College, on or before June 15 by each person who expects to join the party. This $100 covers total expense to tho excursionists from Rerea and return. In many places the excursionists can make pleasant detours to the right or to the left; but the main line of march- will touch the most important places, caves, streams, mines, site3 of battlefields, timber lands, etc. A lunch will be taken at noon and warm 'meals served night and morning, On Sundays the excur-i- n sion will rest some selected place - Excursion Through Eastern Kentucky. mtmmmmtm m FORCES Planforc NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. m Hood's 19 III II g g Biggerstaff m & Oldham flr 3 Sick-poiso- n m to-da- 1 9 Wish to notify their friends and patrons that they have moved to the MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, recently occupied bj Joe, and cordiall invite every one to call and inspect their newest and latest importations in everything in the Furniture Line sick-poiso- 9 m -- Such As 4 w sick-poiso- n. one-ha- lf m 9 9 9 9 ? 3J ; wonder-worke- r, ? "'s m , easy-goin- B of-pil- e 9 9 9 9 9 99 g - FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Maple Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej-- e and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaMaple, Oak and Ash. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e ROCKERS From 60c to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15;00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. We are too busy to give a fall list of our immense stock, bat assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. ltiriilf3l pB$ Vkcft l&Sp 8Dgfe DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. Hctifiarters Witi ii the City Make loir OLDHAM BIGGERSTAFF nt Asaaala-tiofuBuffalo.'- apt-13-m- . ',?' !y Vf V t?P -- & n . i 3- - . rJL J&& rfc r 'iip1! " J "1 .! T" ' Sp-, if - I T .rot-- c yoor Idea: ther may bring you wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKUtrRJi & CO- - Patent Attorneys WaAhlnjrUin. D. CUfor their l3U prlxe offer ad list ot mo hundred laroaUons wanted. Wanted-- ln Idea Who ran think of una simple thins to Datentr StfrgF Jsa ls& stssHHS " War And The Horse Business. (Chicago Horse Review. Notice to Creditors! All parties having claims against the estate ot B. I. Price, deceased, will present the same to the undersigned, properly verified on or before June 1st, 1898, or they will be barred. All parties indebted to the estate will call and settle on or before said date and save costs.. M. M. PilCE. apr20-7DB C.II. VAUGHT.i Aamre. w Frankfort I MinU l&ilmj, J U r i fe.1 m I m o ni The victory of Commodoro Dewey ...........-- .. ...u.. """-"- ""' " will have a wholesome influence in HIU IlllUllli IIUUKuU UlUlnLli -Europe and a stimulating influence in zo o With fy . v A a a aaaaaaaBsawvvw this country, but it does not 6ottlo tho Yl -I TBimisii to match nt .'3c fi lleported every Tuesday at noon by Off W iB . M II war. The achievement sustains the "a '.oi 11 .Deatherago & Co., Staple and pe yard, othFancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. war the traditions of our navy and dispels ers as low Ic an action which not many of the illusions that have found French nation to per yard EGG-j-O- I to 7c in trade even the buglo notes of a foreign foo place not only in Europe, but in . Neat paper at BUTTElt -- Choice country, 1013c. could do. The world was astounded at America. The battle of Manila showed c SandGc. Gilt J0HEESVAX-202- 5e. the quickness with which it was paid what a ' papers from C39o Do you need a Plow, DHIED FRUiT Apples bright, 5c. 3 and the prosperity that followed. The modern fleet can accomplish against J Gc up. fortifications. It was a triumph of You WOOl Clear grease wool, lG13c; A Harrow, most prosperous times in the history of "03; American arms and American spirit A 99: hurry, KigMc; tub washed, 25c. ' 90tt. A Corn Planter, the South followed after the terrible e CIIEESE-Connt- ry, 10c. O our new line of combination Civil war. In threo years the South over a Spanish ileet and over Spanish A Wagon, or other ice methods; but it may gotfd Spain to TIMOTHY 00. gained more by her advance in tho priWall and Ceiling Papers with oe We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vuican t hilled f CLOVER SEED-$2.50. ces of cotton and other products than greater exertions, may inflame Spanare CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Borders to match. B Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete t ne ed, BLUE GRASS o - and Tinware. Tla Roofing anil Guttcrlaz a Specialty.of Hanlw 10 SaSAN FRANCISCO, CAL now ish passion and stimulate Spanish she had lost in negro slaves, and the cream of all the factories en Oiio Railway. MEW rORK, X.T. courage to the point of desperation. 10VISYIUE, Kt. 50c; extra plea n, G075c; fancy clean, her iron and coal industries alone B bought in quantities of jobers Ost, The great work of the war is yet to be pure seed. jan5-l- y never thought of beinc developed 3 prices and they wont cost 3011 BE ASS $1 00S1.50 per bu. 6J days, are worth all the slaes bhe done, and it is a mistake to count any Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. "3- but very little rnone'. Xo OVA" victory, however decisive it may be, IRISH POTATOES-50cSl.- 25. ever owned. e . a Brown backs or cheap nndei-groun- d as settling the questions in conSHOULDER MEAT Cc. A brief war with Spain and the WEST BOUND. C 55 am goods, but all of the ML Sterling and Lexington Accom BACON 7(Ti 10c. 9 or control of Cuba will mean troversy. Jt 7 30 am " Eastern Express for Louisville HAMS-85i'- 10i best stock, designs and coloi 3 00 pm Lexington Accom. new era in America history. It has a Morehead and Thousands of sufferers from grippe 4 50 pin New York LimiU-- F. F. V r ings. No use to waste always been so, and tho district eras have been restored to health by One fol'C C By Old Established House l l EAST BOUND. of national growth may be marked by Minute Cough Cure. v Cuts Burns, Bruises. Rheu or Woman. time looking at the small samilanstanding, 9 15 am It quickly cures Lexington and Morehead Accom. Of crood tn .11 58 am the dates of national acquisition fo - coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. act a3 Manager here andChurch New York Limited F. F. V. do office work and ple books carried around and LOUISVILLE, KY. 30 pm 6 Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom lowing the various wars or purchases. grippe, asthma, and all throat and liing Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. correspondence at their home. Business al- dispki3'ed 1)3 . 9 23 pm ready built up and established here. Salary Washington Express ever3 Tom, Dick Q. White. S9IX). The acquisition of India saved Eng disease. Douglas fc Wines, Druggist. Enclose stamped em elAccommodation trains run daily except ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General and Harr3, when we can sell land from stagnation, and Kussia was Other trains run daily. Manacer. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., Through sleeping and dining car service to 3ou for less price than an of LITERAlt Y JSTOTES. First Floor. apr6-3nothing but a petty dynasty till she New York. Its Proper Aitiude. the cities. We have in our information, rates or sleeper reservations For broadened out across the borders of and K. IIOOD Agent call on or write emplo a number of skilled The May number of "Rook News" Richmond, Ky. Asia. The effect of war of such a Catholic Columbian. "We or GEORGE W. BARNEY. now opens with a short story by Will paper hangers. onh For Little People. Big People, Thin People, Oh !.-anAscharacter as this, with a "moribund D. V. A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. Plans, By way of advice, but not from any X. Harben "The Rural Visitor." Mr. -Itt." charge 10 cents per single 1 and degenerate" race ot foreigners re- apprehension V Young People, Rich People, Partk-ul.that he wonld be tempted Harben was for two years on the ediroll to hang paper in a mote from our shores, would be worth to assume any other t pie and People otherwise. attitude, the Sov- torial staff abroad. Ho is a Southerner. is the its price alone if it did notning but stir The Ladies' Restam-an- t u skillfull manner, then why 1 ereign Pontiff is said, on apparently His pen is prolific and weil guided. M up our people and unify our whole good authority, to finest in the our work to inexperhave counselled Mgr. The plate paper frontispiece is a por"We can fit the foot and fit the pocket-boo- k in This is the grateful exb. ienced parties? Every convenience for ladies country. It will be wcrth all it costs Martinelli, the apostolic delegate, to trait of Owen Wister, a Philadelphia I The prenent schedule of Illinois Central Railthing in our line, if same is within the reach f if it does nothing but wipe out Eec maintain a strictly pression of the thirsty H neutral position author, whose Western stories, "Red road, in addition to shortening the time to spending the day in the tior.al lines, teach us that we are one GEO. M. WILLGIXG, Memphis and New Orleans, has made it Easier retail shoe dealer. pending the war in which this country-i- s Men and White" and "Lin McLean," soul who tastes the liquids apr6-t- f 200 W. Main St.. Richmond. Kv. II Than Ever" to reach all point in Arkansas. city. and the same people, bound together I. Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The now embroiled with Spain. , have been widely appreciated. The cooled by ice made from splendid train service with which the Illinois by ties of nlood and a common inheriI We do not offer 3011 $4 shoes for $1.9S. because Such an attitudo is, of couse, the regular departments of 'Book News" BUMPS 2:0 1 RUBESTE:X 2:05. Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Gentlemen's C:ife on Central's l pure distilled water by tance oi deed and princicle. This alone proper one for the apostolic delegation "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Office floor. are particularly full and rich, while "A do so. and 3011 also know it cannot be done, '. Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned is something I thank God I have lived II the Richmond Ice Factoterritory. y to take and maintain. Mgr. Martinelli MUSIC: Tuesday, Tlnire-la- to Fiction" conveniently I The Central is the onl line which runs Free we do aim offer 3011 a shoe for $2 that 3ou will pa - :j nee, and something more, in my and Sunday and the other dignitaries who are at groups the new stories of the first half Reclining Chair Cart and Vestibuiled trains ry J eves, than all the prosperity that may e enm". from Louisville to the .South, also a weekly for elsewhere, and a shoe for $3 that 3011 have paid --- l( tached to the apostolitical delegation of the current year telling of the forthI'ullman Tow 1st Car for California, USSTTree delivery, in any follow. J 9 2."ipm are the ecclesiastical representatives coming as well as of those already-issueLve Louisville cery Thursday TH0S. A. MULLIGAN, and $5 a pair for, simpl3 because we want 3011 to ii But the benefit to the farming, the here of 8 lfcam Arr Memphis Friday. quantity, and on short the Holy See; and Vati7 45pm decl-l- v M VXAGEII. fctoek raising, "Book News" is fifty cents a Arr New Orleans Friday vour monev's worth. the horse interests will can, by general consent, as the exLve. New Orleans Frida) . 8 20pm notice. will be number, fifty cents a year the most Houston Saturday 8 45am Arr be quick and rapid. The advanceit 4 45pm pected to show itself neutral while the liberal half dollar's worth known to the Arr San Antonio Saturday K CaW awd. or.amvvv'i out S'pfi-At- ', i Satvc bcjoTc joubu ment in price of all their products will United 3 45pm Arr Elpaso Sunday u States and Spain are ensaged in browsers in literary fields. John 9 2upm Arr Los Angeles Monday 1 be sure. And it should not be forgot5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday hostilities, the only proper course for Philadelphia and New York. ten that the horse racing business itself Hock I representatives of such character as the 13 Tte is lit Tn Witn Eelr l Cdrfrrsk depends upon excitement for a living, ollicials of the apostolic delegation to Wonderful. II and now that excitement is alive in follow MANAGER. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to 29461.. is to imitate its attitude and the territory mentioned will do well to comthe land tho races of this summunicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenmaintain a btrict neutrality towards " The ocean, sea, and lake surface of Ilcadacho bad? Get Dr. Miles' 1'aln l'llls. FOR mer will bo more largely patronized ger Agent, Louisville, Kj . trial 2'23 both beligerent nations. 131.., A,. OI " our planet is estimated at something Wm. i Klxlomi. A G. I. A., "Baritove" sired bv "Baron Wilkes" 2:11, before. It is a wise associathaneer ai A llUHC, .NO. i. Tvtb, Silc, 3orrvaclo . 13 Of course, though, the Vatican's ex- like 145 000,000 the greatest trotting stallion that has txen brtd G P. A., Lomswlle, Ky. A. II. square miles, with an tion that will prepare now to antici- hortations in up to now because his produce out race anil axvA. 3VccAeT dec29-l- j Chicago, III. bws.. the matter are not ad- average depth of 12,000 feet (over two out sell the produce of any other stallion living pate it, and associations that will make or dead. Baron Wilkes sired dressed, and in no sense apply, to the miles), and is calculated to contain not give war news between arrangements to "Bumps" 2:044 Oakland Baron 2:09' American hierarchy, clergy or laity. less than 3,270,000 000,000,000 tons of Rubenstein 2:05 Baron Dale 2.11 , Four of the best Fire Insurance Comheats will have larger crowds than Nydia Wilkes 2:11 Rachel 2:0SVi panies in the United States. Losses paid R. For our highest prelates, as well as the water. The R. Baron Rogers 2:09V Baronet 2:11". rivers of the earth are esthey w ill know what to do with. This promptly. Mrs. II. II. Colyer is now prepared to furnish Red Silk 2:10 Baron Dillon 2:12 4 p-- i may be done from bulletin boards, humblest members ot their ilock, neu- timated to have a flow sufficient to you the very highest production of Plymouth Baron Crisp "" Taking Effect MonTime Table No. Rock Eggs at 50c for 15. Just half what you pay trality is out of question of considera cover 3G cubic miles of the Bay Baron 2:124 In the Prudental, ou are offered the above area for inferior eggs Orders filled promptly and from announcement by tho starter and Baronmore 1:114 best Life Insurance attainable, and on tion now; and the whole Catholic body each day. Now, if all the day, May 2, lOS. "iV Yor WILL 1'IN'I) THK F5KST Bra.a2:ll oceans were delivered to any firm in Richmond. in other ways. To hear war news the most approved plans. In Accident 7"wv Respectfully. stands solidly arrayed in support of the suddenly dried and the rivers could Insurance we again gie the best We mch23-31st Class. 2d Class. MRS II. II. COLYER. as-- , wherein our gallant ships send bragALL RACE RECORDS. will not transact business with irresponPresident and his policy. HIST BOUND. No. 1 No. 3 No. 9 keep up their present rate of flow sible companies. ging Spaniards to the bottom of the And 41 others in the list and is as yet comparaKx Sun Ux Sun Ex Sun: 261 Second Street, ""j. r tively a young horse. (which, of course they could not do "e kb sea, and at the same time to behold UpStairs. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. A.M. P.M. A.M. LIGHT is a black stallion, snip IF THE WORLD two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. nose, without ocean evaporation), it would world records broken at home, will be 10 22 Versailles 5 30 6o2 11 02 The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. take 35,000 years to refill the basin. 6 48 Nicholasville 735 this spring, In color, size and action he about as good a thing as the average Valley View 8 W 26 II 820 OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART" resembles his sire about as much as any colt he 4MM-4-f-f4MM-f 11 41 13 Million 850 ever got, and has every thing in his favor that American citizen will care to sit on a Rruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever 11 58 9 15 Richmond.. 830 s "God, who created man and gave him Coot over $100,000 to publish . Contains nearly it takes to mako up a stock horse, grand stand and hear in one day. If Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilP. M. engravings 12 13 Union 10 00 blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, reason, tell me what to do; shall I go 210 Masters. It is notof our Saviour, by the viz.: THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Gieat it were a domestic and doubtful issue, a life of Christ, but SPEED, BREEDISQAND ISSIVlDUALITi'. Moberley. 12 16 10 86 an all ideals of 12 30 10 25 Brass field the effect would be different. I3ut it and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- forward?" prayed Farragut in Mobile theexhibit of No tho great Masters' ever pubChrist. ';Baritosk's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22', other book like it 12 35 Panola lished. and 1 G6 11 35 it is not a domestic issue, and though quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect Day in the 'sixties when the engines ty ordersAgents are taking from three to twen- old, she the dam of Barodaise 2:204 at Irvine daily. The book is so beautiful that and "Baritone" trial 2:23 by Long Troubles and Consumpton Can to we are or money refunded. Price stopped and the lookout shouted, "Tor- when people see it they want it. Published Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy involved, it will be no more 2:10 and others; 2d dam bv Strathmore sire of less than a year and already in its twenty-fiftNo72 No. 4 No. 8 No. 10 Cured. than a foreign war to the United 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & pedoes!" .May we not believe that edition, some editions consisting of 13,500 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in west bound. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun The States. And it is not a doubtful issue. Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to "W. Dewey, who had served under Farragut, books.orders. presses are running day andinnight the great brood mare list. (It has never been sold A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M this a line was guided by the same God of Battles to fill dec! 5 ly territory ) A p:rusal of the pictures of this ofNotice that this colt comes fromsiregreat dam An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist It will be one triumphal inarch for the G. White. Irvine 2 00 II 55 breeding and speed on both . Panola in Manila Bay, for both the Admiral book is like taking a tour among the great art side, and it is almost acertainty that and colts 2 25 . 85 Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. his American army and ships. Fate and galleries of Europe. The Hermitage, Prado, will go fast and sell well. BrassSeld 1 20 2 33 With cheerful hypocrisy the Re Ufflii, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National Moberley 1 45 2 41 the gods have set their decree upon publican tax tinkers under the lead of and Commodore went forward to a glo- don, National of Berlin, Belvidere of LonService fee $10 cash at time of service with Union and other 2 47 The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Spain and Spaniards. celebrated Eurcpean art galleries, have all usual return privilege or money refunded in 85 Richmond.. . 3 15 Their boasted Dingley assert that they aie going to rious victory. Lexington Argonaut. 2 15 case of failure. Slocum. demonstrating his discoverv of a. re placed their rarest and greatest treasures at Million 6 20 . 3 3 39 liable and absolute cure for Consumption armadas have gone down before gen- refrain from taxing the necessities of our disposal that they might be reproduced for Valley View 6 31 3 45 . 3 25 (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, this superb work. "FIRST aLANCE AT TIIE Nicholas! ille 6 58 4 10 4 JO There is no PICTURES BUOUGHTTEARS TO MY EYES" v" throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn tler ttorms than that she has now life 7 50 Versailles 5 80 6 10 coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline aroUEcd. From spar top to keel we are says one. "Cleared $150 first week's work with so ' ' S fi ' Tea and coffee, therefore, have been and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions P" M. P. M." the bOOk." SaVS another. llnv mn nnrt im. A. M. P. M. ViHtJ a 0 SS-s- l Q E of meaning men buying and paying for homes fiom their j of wasting away, will send THREE FREE a better navy, and as to the men, who exempted, and so 9 mado cot Manufactcrinir also have incomes. BOTTLES (all different) of his New DiscovAll trains connect with Louisville Southern fJcnd j Kubber Staaj-s- . CutflUj Jor success wun inzs great work. Also S eries to any afflicted reader of the Climax are and always have been more than Rich men are firmly convinced that and about which such, tender and woman, of good church stranding, can man or to Prico Ltt cf trains to and from Louisville. secure All trains connect with C. N. O. &T. P. trains writing for them. J. F. W. Dorcnn Co., 121 holy recollections cluster as that position of Manager here to do office work and the ships, it will belike pacing Star their incomes, ranging from a thousE. rayctto SL, Baltimore, to and from Cincinnati. His "New Treatment" has cured thSnsands corresponding with agents territory. permanently by its timely use, and he considlid., U.S.A. Cataioguo free. Pointer against an Andaltisiau jackass. and dollars a day down to five thous- of " Mother " she who watched Address for full particulars in this T. Elder, J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. A. P. ers it a simple professional duty to suffering W. H ADAMS, Superintendent. Publisher, 189 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Floor. over our helpless infancy and guidhumanity to donate a trial of his infallible and dollars a year, are absolute "necure. THE WAR NOT OVER. ed our first tottering step. Yet All drusslsts&ill Dr. Miles' Pain Pills cessities of life." Science daily develops new wonders, and iV ache and Rheumatism rolleved Moththis great chemist, patiently experimenting for JR. -Dr. Miles' Nervo Plasters. ' Dingley and the Republican adminis- the life of every Expectant years, has produced results as benificial to Chicago efis humanity as can be claimed by anv modern tration agree with the rich men, and er beset with danger and all K. 0. DIVISION. genius. His assertion that lung troubles and One swallow does not make a sumfort should be made to avoid it. SSf AC5CNT8 to sell our Prlntlnj what have the masses to say when consumption are curable in any climate is &"-- f Presses, so assists nature WANTED Vuljanizcrs, llavgaire and Key In Effect Nov. 7, 1896. by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," mer, and one victory does not end a graven their case has been amply looked after an Checks. Sucl and KubbcrPtamps.Scoi Prashis and European laboratoin the change takExpress for Cincinnati. ARV Some persons believe that by LV. es. Stencis. &c. J. F. W. DOUMAN CO., ries in thousauo t rom those cured in all parts campaign. the omission of tea and coffee Mavsvilln Win P. M." of the world. A. M. Ijtri5because Commodore Dewey destroyed ing place that 1UI E. Fay ct'.e St., Calto., Md.Catuloouc free from the tax list ? Medical exper concede that bronchial, chester ami Lexington the Expectant the Spanish fleet at Manila war with chest and lung trollies lead to Consumption, G.20 mail During tho war between the states 7.20 which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer1 Spain is practically at an end. This Mother is ena- A T I FREE : Sao.oo IT COLD. tain death. Cincinnati P.iri- -, Mays-villincomes were taxed. It had not been CF Bicyde.dold Watch, Diamond V O? Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, S8 Pine is an extreme view. It is just as far bled to look is Winch ester and r. m. .-1Unz or a scholarship in discovered then by one member of street. New York, giving postoffice and express A 2.00 Ixixinuton mail. without c t Draughon's Practical Business address, and the free medicine will be prompt- from the truth or from tho probability i 1.00 Supreme Court that an income tax dread, suffering or gloomy foreCollege, Nashville, Tenm.or ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advanw"-'fI vintrston. London. .Tl- xsswgtfy as the view of those who held that the ,L. Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, Texarkana, Tex., or a scholtage of his generous proposition. 3r' was ''unconstitutional." There has .03 lico, I'ineville. business colbodings, to the hour when she arship in most any other reputablecan secured Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer once the war was begun it would ex12 55 &$ Richmond, Ky. be been no charge in the constitution in experiences the joy of Motherhood. lege or literary school in the U. S. in the Richmond Climax. jly7-lFast Hue for Livingston, A. M. by doing a little vrorlc at tend over many years. The victory of YouUis; acres , as a xe ndersigned r , this particular matter sineo thoso Its use insures safety to the lives Advocate, an illustrated . home for the lournal. lel,nnrinniitTmri-hii.-has a farm of 200v,a W4.V.J 4.K 11.43 Iyindon,Jellico.Knixville ,ff.niiM 3.19 ,F Commodore Dewey at Manila was a lli..1U.tl t. cnaracicr, moral. u cv.iuug iu , private sale; situated at ' i win days, but thero have been changes in of both Mother and Child, and she especially interesting; and profitable iuuc( hi1 1 II' m ii A. M. Fast line for Cincinnati. 1". M. in to young .. . .... . decisive one. It breaks the power of 3.19 rariB u inrlirster. read the Supreme Court. 11.43 is found stronger after than before people, but ages. withlnterest and profit by people of Spain on the Pacific. It puts the Stories and other interesting P. M. How land. Lancaster and A. JI Are men's lives cheaper in the eyes confinement in short, it "makes matter all illustrated. Sample copies sent free. well 1.15 Stanford. United States in possession of a port 10:10 Acidress of the Supreme Court Judges than Childbirth natural and easy," as Agents wanted. Teim. Youths' Advocate Pub. on OF Co., Nashville, Mention this paperj Rowland. Incister and the waters of Silver Creek. It is well waand a coaling station in a part of the men's dollars? If a man may be forced so many have said. augl8-ltered. There is no better land in Madison 7:30 Manfonl. 7:05 Don't be world where a port and a coaling sta- to county. Ft For fnther particulars call on or address. face the rifles of Spain without an persuaded to use anything but It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by tion were absolute necessities. It cripA Book for Young and Old KUPER IIOOD. Agt. DR. CALDWELL'S infraction of the constitution of the Telephone 78. Dl turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, ples, but does not destroy, the power United States may not a man's dollars, etc, within a half mile of White's Station Post OUR VECURE especially thoso that are received by n.b a Office, ten miles from Richmond. TERMS Sale will be made MMZ5B cash RECORD him in the way of an income.be forced NERVOUS balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, I! to aid in tho battles against Spain? j Esti 1878 address BLOOD "My wife suffered more in ten minThere is an income law on the stat- utes of her other two chilGeo. D. White, OF LEXINGTON, KY, 250,000 ! SKIN &' ute books that of 1804 which has dren with either altogether with her than she did feW-t- f White's Station, Ky. never been repealed. Take the ques- last, having previously used four botDISEASED I I have PRIVATE houses adIt is a vertised rented fori 593 the severalbut hate now tion once more before the Supreme tles of 'Mother's Friend.' by me last December, I blessing to any one expecting to be- four or five other nice cottages, well located MEN Court- - Let a new hearing bo had. DISEASES come a MOTHER," says a customer. and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at -12- S-ECONOMIST CURED my Messm. White & Gibson's store, tho judges may now think it U Henderson Dale, Carmi, Illinois. withoffice over D. Parrish, i Stephen B J IT Nelras, Baltimore. Md 22 53 $49 76 Ed Lally. constitutional. At any rate, tho judges 10 53 Geo H Hines. Winfleld, Tcnn .FLORIDA H. PAKRISH, a l 20 9 50 might rejoice at an opportunity to go Of Druggists at 11.00, or sent by express on receipt a Spencer. Isinirton 2S5. 59 41 Dr KB CassIdyLaGnnge26 50 59 jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. Watson. Louisvlllc 15 IT ONLY COSTS Terr; Crosthwaite, 75 2S 50 " 59 41 U a iMIll3m TtrtiWn on record once more in regard to this or price. Wrlto for book containing testimonials 17 i, 8 53 J M.fcJno SVain, " 23 &) CORED 52 04 J t Thompson, Lancaster and Y&lcsblo information for all Mothers, free. IT w 8 5 Johnson, Louisville, 25 50 56 97 iaie a urown. imporant matter. think Fishing for Health. The liradllcld Hesulitor Co., Atlanta, Ga. Lexlncton. 20C 9 50 JIolDe Simmons, Lexineton. of some simple 2150 Wanted Am Idea "Who canpatent? 45 02 YOUNG MAN SsS 20 3 Dr II P Cox, HarrodshnrK 9 When a man breaks down with that uxng 10 Are the masses to pay all the cost of 25 50 56 87 wnen ignorant or tho tcmblo crime you K F Johnson, Baltimore, Md -r Protect your Idea: tlT may bring you wealth. ji 950 dread disease, consumption, and recognizes this war, and are JanS-l- y 215a 47 38 KatieMFeeny, Write JOHN WKDDEBBOH..N & CO- - Patent Attorthe rich to escape wcrecomnntting. Didyouonlyconsider 9 50 DrY E Bannister,- Lexington 910 his condition, he starts out to fish for 25 50 . 56 97 Georgea Curl, Georgutowk." ' neys, Washington, V. C. for their 13 prlxa oiler tbfl fascinating allarements of this evil Boss & Harrington, Falmouth ... at 50 8 50 bearing their fair share of the burden? use 01 two miraroi inventions wanton. ana health. He tries this thing; and that thinjr. 5155 a D Collins A habit? When too late to nvoid tho D B flood. Lexineton 850 17 4 21 50 5155 Harry McCartyJ'icholasville He consults this doctor and that doctor. results, were your eves onened tn 15 ura-- xayior, 7 50 23 53 5i0l McFerren Crow. VpimiMi.. He indulges in all kinds of absurd athletic your peril! Did you later on in man. ML Howling, Bngin.Ky 8 51 IT It is a great leap from the old fash.. 23 50.. 52 01 Skookum Gulch Pool, To read every day in the year UE0. W. RILEY hood contract any PRIVATE or BLOOD exercises. He tries first one climate and Lexington John C Hedjs, Lexington I" 23 50 52 01 - t. disease? Were you cured? Do you now and nauseous E S Uaricb, Nicholasville then another. He tries the rest cure and ioned doses of blue-ma85 n 22 50 49 76 and then see some alarming symptoms? 17 1 50 J. H Jaker- the work cure. He grows steadily worse. 16 50. physics to the pleasanrlittle pills knowu N?.:'?13 We,t Nnth Street, Cincinnati. 3J45 Dare you many in yonr present conA J Tiylor, Lexington Ohio, 850 That is the story of most consumptives. . Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends 2250 . 49 76 dition? Vou know. "LUCE FATHER, Georf-rjopland, " 850 22 50 Finally, when the consumptive dies, the as DeWitt's Little Early "Risers. They will be at Mr. J. B. Willis , Richmond, Ky. , on 49 75 LIKE SON." If married, arc you conwriniit'B uoierv uapsules. Catherine Lant;, 8 50 i" : laso 42 47 it? T?n"Ivon, Lancaster. doctor shrugs his shoulders and pronounces cure constipation, sick headache and WEDNESDAY, MAY 11th, 1898, stantly living in dread? Is marriage a -i L U Kilward, Lexinston Shelbyville, Ky., Slay 26, '90. To 850 13 50 23 12 ?i ?.,ThTw Hemphill. consumption incurable. A thirty years' biliousness. failure with you on account of any weakMiss Anna Knoble, Lancaster R50 141 20 50 Douglas & Wines, Drug-gib- returning every second Wednesday ol each Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: 45 02 ness enured by early abuso or later exJohnson. Mavsvllle test of Dr Tierce's Golden Medical DisJ M a John Skain, 8 ' 17 17 50 Si 03 I"2. month. Reference every physician of RichGents I have purchased a box of cesses? Ilmc jou been drugged with covery has demonstrated that it cures qS OY Freeman, 15fJ 75 J 19 50 42 47 mond, Ky. febl6-lmercury? This Ixxiklct will point out to J M & John iskain, per cent, of all cases of consumption, if 12 Wrieht's Celery Capsules from G. N. e&a 17 50 33 03 John B Allen, yon tho results of thee crimes and point The Evening Post has the " AS Hovrraan, o iO 18 50.. 40 31 1. " taken In the earlier stages of tbe disease, Middelton, drujrj-istand used them for " out how our NEW METHOD TREATSarah 8hort Maud Mnller Revised. 6 Si 1. lungs are too far wasted. In a lS5t 40 34 s before the MENT will positively euro you. It Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Consti"T. Lexington r JIrs O N Evans, Cincinnati, O J '.' 15 60 33 71 12 6 51 consumptive there is a weaker spot than chows how thousands have been caved by 50 YEARS' pation and found that they gave me imSusan Brown, Lexington. 6 50 15 jo Market Reports-Stat- e 12'" 32 45 even the lungs. That spot is the stomach. onr NEW TREATMENT. It proves -- osep, EXPERIENCE 6 5a zirnrelt, Louisville. .... 15 5J 33 15 mediate relief every time. 1 think it an Hi. how wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE Maud Muller jn the summer heat, A consumptive never really begins to die 8 So 12 T j News. .mtj ugmec, icxuigion. .. 15 50 33 45 ANV CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. excellent remedy. , until his stomach gives out The "Golden raked the meadow thick Tvith wheat. Harrortsbur 15 50.. 65a 12 5" .Vo treat and cure EMISSIONS. lledical Discovery" not only braces up 12 " 6 5 11 M lFramaort News. VARICOCELE, SYPHILIS. OLERT. W H Eord, the lane, " Yours very4truly, 6 K Jt " the stomach, but acts directly on the The Judge rode blowly-dov-- 1150 31 1 STRICTURE. IMPOTENCY, SEW U lord, t " Vashington News. . U5l U T lungs, healipjr them and driving out all smoothing his horde's chestnut mane. 31 17 Wmi?IJpll,jro,rtr'ss I'onroe.Va 650 CRET DRAINS. UNNATURAL DISW H Ford, " 9 C,NeW1'rtN-w- f' Geo. W. Rilev. 14 53 t.""5 impurities. Honest medicine dealers will 2t 17 CHARGES. KIDNE1 and BLADDER H L Stevens, Winchester 6 50 12"" lltV) "With at a dollar per," said ho, "this diseafes. 3117 ICJtxLexS-iton"!Roofing', Guttering not urge you to take an inferior substitute, F H Norton, Lexington 14 CO 31 17 White ' 46 50 132 U maid is ahout the size for uie." Then Estate, had a very bod cough, also "Iwas almost m my grave Women's Page. ZS.i 46 5v) 132 13 50 Trade Marks IV! CURES GUARANTEED 21 and ' SLillum, with consumption ' and General 46 11 51 . 2147 Designs he smilod Ht her and she hlushed at li0i Mccidtv Smith ALMarschall, writes Mrs. Clara A. Mclntyre, Box 171, Ash' AJAX TAHLETS I"OarrTrR,Y f!nTI? Children's Page. 42 50 120 0 21 47 lJayid "Tho Wages of Sin" sent free bv Copyrights 4c. - wlxJbVrrotM land. Middlesex Co., Mass. fA friend of mine Bennett, Mr- dim, and over the meadov.- fence he iito 26 69 Av D Finch, Danville ..."1 ' JHeae Falling 4S5.1 132 Ol raelotiug So stamp. CONSULTATION J Anyone sending a sketch and description may y who had died with consumption came to me in Job "Work. J D ory, lapotency, HleepleMness, etc . 45 50 129 0 36 6V FRKE. If nnahlo to call, write for . ; s dream and told me to take Dr. Ktrce'a Golden 'Inn. "Will jou marry me, sweet quickly ascertain our opinion free wnemeT an RATES By Mail Only. 45 50 123 mTmuoa is prooaDiy 36 yujSftTJ.UK llJjATiH lor XtUME crttlonstjcmt77ity fuirklu and sure!' KB Batler, Harrodsbarfc, . u 5J 34 M Medical Discovery, and, thank the Lord, I did maid," lie strictly confidential. Hand boot on Patents tlons 42 50 12. 00 Vitality in old or X2 Month. restore said, and bhe iold him TUEAX&USNX. 47 $2.00 l so. By the time I had taken half of the first Sible LoalsviUel sent tree, uiacst agency Tor seeunni? patents. 43 50 120 Co fit a maa for study, boBineKg or marriass. 32 25 6 Month.. - 1.50 limll Bhardt, NichelasTille, bottle I felt much better. I kept on until I had and they were wed. Alas for maiden, Gocti.Lcxlaf!ton fatenu .taken through Mum & Co. recelre Prersnt Inxaattr and GmmnrnDtinn it . 10 s 45 53 129 H 3 Months. 22 J5 ... 1.00 ipecioi nctlee, without charge, tn the taken lhree botUes. That was all I .needed. I Uefo in time. Thfiir ne hjots immediate & CoJaingto 4153 123 00 IMootla .59 m i Peake, Georstovn alas for Judge; for old designer and got we'll and strong again." effects a ('FRElwhcro all other fail. In t 17 41 u S" 32.35 They ist croa Total wheat-field C6 Whenever constipation is one of the comtfcousandsaiidlllc-arayoW WeBiveapce-Itirdrudge. Lord,, pity (hem 2S3S . naroenred haTlne the (cnhiso aAu Tablets. t tm CLUBBED WITH THISPAPER. PSt Over Cert, JJ Sl.SU 66 122 W. FOURTH STREET, plicating causes of disease, themost perfect written euaraatee to eltoct ear KA A hanUowely tttMtrated weekly. unrest etr- nchcaaor-- r rraad the money. PnMWli(r BBiatkwi at any arioctMo remedy is Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets, both and pity us all, for Maud itlidn't ranns.tta SaspU Copies FnrnUhed passage; or ux ra CINCINNATI, O. eii;iittfli Ir9SU. 07 .which are always effective, yet absolutely AppHcatioa. own the wheat at all. .And'the Judge reMlftiJfioti,l. Botd Tyaa twaiiZZ .?zvaj i ruild and harmles. Thef e never waa any OAUHWCLL'S A. T. Million, Local Agent, remedy invested which oaa take titir remarked, when he lsamed the c'hwtt, $ uutfU-l- y Wvttot lM)Mwi "doa'ttauc terns, start doUftr whwrt,'? 5 hwc Tfecyaenr grit. ' Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant In Eflect March 1, 1837. and refreshing to the taste, and acta DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. gently yet pf omptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sysEAST BOUND. a.m. p.m. tem effectually, dispels colds, head6 30 3 00 Lve Frankfort. .. aches and fevers and cures hahitual S 20 6 45 Arr Elkhorn 2 Swiuer. 2 xi Syrup of Figs is the 48 "02 3 ft constipation. . Ground " Stamping . 5? only remedy of its kind ever proDnvalls " Georgetown. .. S f -- i ! " J" duced, pleasing to the taste and acLve Georgetown. J? 4 42 ceptable to the stomach, prompt in 8 II Arr Newtown. . 4 52 8 22 Ccntreville.. . 4 58 8 28 its action and truly beneficial in its Eluabeth. 5 10 8 40 ' Paris . effects, prepared only from the most WEST BOUND. a.m. p.m. healthy and agreeable substances, its 9 M 5 30 Lve Paris excellent qualities commend it - .. 9 32 5 42 many and have made it the most Arr Elizabeth 9 38 5 48 to all Centreville 9 48 5 58 .. Newtown popular remedy known. 6 10 10 00 Georgetown 40 - 10 55 6 30 Lve Georgetown Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 10 641 Arr Dnvalls. cent bottles by all leading drug6 48 1110 Stamping Ground 6 59 U 25 ' Switxer . 7 . "35 7 K gists. Any reliable druggist who Elkhorn. n . n may not have it on hand will pro" Frankfort cure it promptly for any one who C. D..BERCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent wishes to try it. Do not accept any GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. substitute. J -- OKB BNJOYS Tho eilcct of tho war on tho horso business will bo a great benefit to it, as it will be to many other interests of the country. The first evidence has been manifested in yid awakened interest in all clasbes of Jife tho stirrinpr up of a united country. This always has and will mean new life in everything, coupled, as it is, with that intense patriotism which inako mpii fornet to grumble and complain, to pull down y and run down, but to firo up with and activity; to throw off lethargy and inactivity and nerve themselves for valorous deeds. It is with a nation as with a man; there often conies a time in it, when a little excitement, a little throwing- of it back on its own responsibility in a time of punl gives it a renewed impulse fordoing and achieving. The history of all wars is that renewed activity and pe riods of great prosperiiy have followed the chariot of the victor, and often even the vanquished. The billion dollar demand that Germany put on France for coming out worsted in the en-oig- of Spain to injure tho United States. It diverts attention from, but does not settle, tho most important question of tho war. Spain has on the Atlantic, two powerful fleets. She has in Cuba about 70,000 troops and in l'orro Rico 25,000 more. When the Atlantic fleets of Spain are captured or destroyed tho operation in Cuba will begin in earnest. With her power on the sea completely broken, Spain'b army in Cuba and Porto Rico can make no effective resistance. AVith the Spanish fleet stripped for war and ready to attack our coast, or ready to attack our fleets, or so disposed to prey upon our commerce, the war is only begun. If the Spanish ilect comes to American waters the war msy be virtually ended by one decisive battle,, but even then there will remain the vexed question of establishing a stable government in Cuba, and theUnitcdStatesispledged to do Around The World, Throe out of every 135 ' people liavo red har. One pound of sheep's 'wool is capable of producing one yard of cloth. In 1C95 a tax was imposed on births, the lowest fee being 2s. Dukes had to pay over 30. Thero is enough salt in the sea. to cover 7,000 square miles of land with a layer one mile in thickness. Of tho eleven Emperors and Empresses of Russia between Peter I. and Alexander IH,four have been assassinated. It is said that for communicating with the inhabitants of Mars a Hag as large as Ireland and a pole 500 miles long would be needed. June 7, next, has been set apart in Wisconsin as a special holiday. It will be the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the State. In 1816 the value of a bushel of wheat in England was equal to that of pound of nails. a bushel of wheat will buy ten pounds of nails. Tiie Brussells Mouvement Geograph-iqu- e lias an aiticle on the centenary of tde invention of the metric system, which occurs next year on June 22. Melbourne University made a record score at cricket in playing with a local club recently, 1,097 runs in one inning, including five scores of over a hundred. Good champagne should not be iced foro being served, sajs the London Daily Mail, but should be warmed enough to take the chill off, in order to bring out the flavor. Court chaplains, when they preach before the German Emperor, must the sermons so that they can be delivered in fifteen minuses. Long sermons, ho says, make him weary. English-speaking """"'"" all women i""""" Should: know ,, "oiaTimo-r"- -- . mm --- -- , , ,,,, tnat the r&k. J X 1. PLEASE lathe best for Fraais Tronbks. Corrects all Irregularities In Female Orjrans. Should bo taken for Chanjeol Ltfs and before PUnten "Old Tise" Rra:dies have stood the tost for twenty years. ChlM-Blrt- BHiitt-- . HHTj, Jj Hs lUC. C on-e.i. H. - JPi J LJ f fh. P 2 E fl f H 3Pto !BrJr IT ajW Madeonly by taoouga, Tennessee. Chat- - ? v S VPBIlBrMHKlPBPEb kflMlMH alaB H t& tmJ M Km A. SSiirBB S tC8l7TS),hiME 1$ &Sli O? 3S vE ifglGvKPp mrtiBB$WimWi!r 8 1 aP T ATT fLL, Perry Thomas, drugpsts, successors to W. deca-ly- r G. White. M4-MJLlJf3p- that. , mm''m 2 X tm-m'im-'mmm.- fc1 A -- DRUGGISTS. m --- To-da-y A. m .thth fl .r Pn,,,, France-Germa- n aroused r 4 .'.. '.::!::::::::::::::::::::::::????????:::::, A t? M lnif 17T1 M K TR m """ Q8eeQ9889oeaa90feeati3eeaeeoeojooooeooaaaeooe ,.J.. WA B -- ?:&' " "" o .e( 1 well-officere- well-manne- d CO-"- PAPER should see The' gliptai ! (- SKED-S1.50-- 3S1 753 fep!is ui SEED-Stripp- dur-sla- ve con-don- se I LOUISVILLE Vv TAYLOR..Bros, aoa-')ioo't9- I r- -- 3ese8ie989see89ee390sorcasao9saie9ao30 I EL Sun-di- v. , krb kip cit. - "is M 1 n EASIER THAI EYEB. trust 1 1 3-- 4. Half-Yea- ra 1 cYs&-co."iT- I I kdm Waua-make- r, David R. Tevis, ft p .."BARITONE" Ali-or- l Han-sos- Free. man Bros t First Stij 99 -- 2 for Sale R. N. i. & B. Qb&fc&ki bQkQb&b&b&b&l, r, &3& h rr --- i;tmi:t ur je2-l- y "IIS full-pag- a-- -- "Bar-ton-e- " R high-clas- e M-J- HAWORTH and ) h YATJDIYEB .... G 1 DISC HA11ROWS, $5 CO HfBTUrn? m BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. it & nans r OIL apr6-3- m All kinds of Single and Double Shovel Plows and all kinds & L. & N. - E, Inter-Ocea- n D Viby f -- Amt-ic- -- Mother's FARM If - of farm implements at the closest and best prices at -- e. Friend for-wa- rd tl T-f- xL ui u XiaripfiiPn I fo a yy,, J3 II3 w?g0 i-' ,-- y V$t semi-rconth- -, i iii 2 111 .- -.. I f mmm Wm WHITE'S - STATI y MOTHER'S FRIEND 5YRUP PEPsira one-thir- d Southern Mutual investment Co YOU NEED A DAILY i Read This Attorncy-at-La- Perhaps NEYSPAPER! GENTS Coupons Redeemed April, 189S. -. 250, 0QQ RAP t - Cowj-il- fe.r ilarf-are- t -- K m 213 - WEEK to-rib- le r ss The Louisville Evening Post. .. "8 S" 1- it-.- : i- t. y. ., " " ShnlKf'11011"" 1 S.ln-am.- nt r--i' Lifon-Riier- B. n Sg jols:613"'130" " " night-sweat- - MADE 2" E A 511 cnuc--- d Pa-cel- l, CO -- Kennedy DRg. 70ur.-tn- Kergan iraproTt-menlan- d SttKtif k Jhirirkan. f o pniico. HWt Je WLBle-aoSdTLSo-n-Z- S '5 fE psm pfa Mr. 'Ji- fi - ion - 'wf i -- " 4 ' , rYT-- di . -- 'laf. a HJiCOKD, KHKTUCKT.