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Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. Richmond, Madison county, first Mon- MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1898. ABOUT SUN SPOTS. NUMBER r. I 50. no one remedy can contain tho elements necessary to euro all diseases. Is a fact well known to everyone. Dr. Miles System of Ecstorativo Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for its own purpose. Mrs. L. C Bramley, 37 Henry St., Si Catherines, Ontario, writes: 'Tor years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying constipation, developing Into palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain in my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I bezan using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Ileart Cure and Kervo and Liver Tills and ho Anti-Pai- n Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain and headache. I soon felt much improved and tho pains and aches and weariness left me. I then took Dr. MIIpk Itir.tnntin Tonic and am now restorea to my former gooa neaitn." Dr. Miles' Kemedics Dr.'' are sold by all drugMiles' --28 gists under a. positive guarantee, first bottle iemedSes; benefits or money reRestore funded. Book on disU.oltl, .s9f eases of the heart and nerves free. Address. DU. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. if a i a 'm ww "i ''7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A?732,:73?3. f W. MILLER. Atto rsst- - at- - Law, - Richmond, Office in - Ketcckv. the Honiara Building, next door to Ieb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. A. SI Attorney- at-La- - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Office over Tavlor't. Hardware store, Court House, on Main Street. op-po-i- te H. B. HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. KnxTrcKY. IliciiMovn, Office No. 13 First St., tip stairs." 31-3- 0 J. C. & D. M. CITENAULT. A TTORNEYS A T LA W, KENTUCKY. Richmond, Office on Second street, over grocery. Cben-ault- 's ?zts:cia:7s. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. ... Kentucky t- - Telephone at sf&ce am! icidence. DR. H. It. GIBSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. OsEce in the Joe Cc.lwslMiiWini;, iS and ond Street, orer Wnite .old drucstore. 2C Sec27- - CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colltge. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stain, over store recently icu-pie- d bv Richmond Harness Co , East Main y St., Richmond, Ky. apr"-l- R. C. Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Ruildini:, MaiaStreet. nt remlence (the Cnrr place) on uroHswaj JASPER, M. D - Telephone Richmond, - - - Kentucky. G. W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and SonGBON, Richmond, - - - - Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, . Practitioner in 2Iedicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. ce and residence on Second Street. DENTAL STJSGSST- - :."Oatf:V,. ce "oterrn DiamsT, of LouisxiLiE, Ky. next door to Government Building, RichmSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to i. 12-- novlT-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, next door to postoffice. TR. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins Grocery, same oSlce lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. JanlU-l- y HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, V. Vn., Recom meuds "Wrights Celery Capsules. Paekeesbueg, W. Va., January 2G, 19i)3. The Weight Mei. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November 1S94. and find them to be as recommended. I first beiran , taking th?m while at Hot Springs. Atr-- under treatment for Sciatic Eheumatura. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I hadbeens long Btiflerer. I fouud ihe Celery Capsules gave me great relief irom the beginning and have used ever since. With pleasure, and and I recommend them to anyeither with like afflictions or all of them. Very truly yours. ChaelesT Caldweli- th-iunso-lifited. DOc ents and $1.00 per box. Call SoldbvT. S TIagan, Druggist- - Pr?ce 0p at drng-etor- e nd jrjet Iree sample; break was pouring broadside after broadside into the Spanish licet, which Rojal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. was taken by surprise, with nobody at quarters, with most of the crew asleep, day. ALL ON BOARD BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN Lexington, Fayette county, second and generally iu a state utterly unpreLOST. pared to resist an attack. Monday. The ofticor thought that the Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mone Telegram.) even failed to keep banked day. London, May 11. A Dispatch to the Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- fires, 60 that they had no steam on and Globe from Gibraltar says that an could not move, lying helpless while day. English steamer has arrived there and D.mville, Bojle county, third Monday. Dewey's ships circled around them officially reported that on Monday Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third firing first from one side md then the night she passed one of the Spanish other. Monday. Probably the true explanation will Torpedo boat dcstroyeis detailed to Winchester, Clark rountv, fourth guard the port of Algecirasand the not be forthcoming until mail adMonday. vices are at hand, but the Spanish strait of Gibraltar. Shortly afterward Versailles, voodford county, fourth of the lights on board the destroyer naval prestiue has received a blow from all Mondav. were extinguished. This was followed the battle of Manila from which it can Absolutely Puro by a terrific oxplosion and tho destroyer not recover in very many years. Admiral Dewey cut the cable himself, vanished. The disaster to the vessel SWOTS TACTIGB and, though he olfers no explanation for. was apparently duo to the bursting of rOWSCS) CO., id believed that all so doing, it is believed that his purpose her boilers and it on board were lost. was not only to prevent tho Spanish TOE BATTLE. Governor-Generfrom communication QUICK WORK WANTED. An Enterprising Uriiirgist. with his own government, but also to There are few men more wideawake Baltimore American.l prevent the foreign consuls at Mauila and enterprising than Perry & Thomas. from interfering with his plans by The most inhuman war is the long Successors to W. G. White, who spare Strategists Say His Gun Fire protests to their governments. He I no pains to secure the best of everything drawn out conflict, the waiting from made it impossible for them to summon m tneir line ior their many customers. day to day and from week to week, and Astonished The Enemy. any war vessels to enforce the protest They now have tho valuable agency for the procrastination which means more 3EF0RE THEY HAD TIME TO RECOVER HE they w ere expected to make against the Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump- of death and suireiing in the end than siege of Manila. tion, Coughs and Colds. This is the a dozen aggressive actions. To this HAD PUT THEM OUT OF THE FIGHT. A closer examination of the two ca- wonderful remedy that is producing nation tho necessity of quick work is Washington Correiomlent, New blegrams show that in the news origi- such a furor all over the country by its doubtly imperative. First, the ravages of the levers in tho hot climate of Cuba ivk World, May 7. A day of excite- nally given out the names of two Span- many startling cures. It absolutely ish vessels had been omitted from (he cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness would be worse than the destruction ment such as has not been seen from bullets. Spain's experience shows in Washington since- the days when re- list of those destroyed They were the and all affections of the Throat, Chest Don Juan de Austria and the Isla de and Lungs. Call at aboe drugstore and that, since for every soldier killed by ports came in of great viciorieb during Luzon. The Austria was a 1,130 ton get a trial bottle free or a regular size the insurgents the climate claimed a the civil war. essel, 14 knots, carrj ing 4.7 inch guns, for 50 cents and $1 00. Guaranteed to dozen victims. Second, delay would Ollicial and unofficial Washington mean fear and hard times, empty busiand aNo machine guns. The Lnzuu was cure or price refunded. 5 was in a ferment, and few of the emness houses and hopeless homes, a a 1,000 ton gunboat similarly armed. 111 any of the departments could ployees Gooil Week's Vork. demoralized fighting force and a disThat makes eleven Spanish ships do maintain their composure sulliciently by Dewcv in the short space of Here is the cabled summary of Dew- tracted government Strike quick and to go on with their routine work. They stroved strike hard is the manifest duty of the ey's doings in the antipodes: two hours. explot-ivwere 111 an condition, and at Monday, April 23. Received ncwscf situation. All delay is opportunity As he left the Navy Department this the gieat State and Navy Department buikiing, the least sign of dispatches or afternoon, Secretary Long said, in an- the declaration of war. Quitted British lot. w aters. tlie gathering of a crowd of reporters swer to a question, that he had nothing WHAT BECOMES OF PRIZE VESSELS Wednesday Sailed for Manila with further to communicate to the public; were bufiicieut to cau&e them to drop their work and swarm in the corridors he ha given, already, all the news tbat the fastest speed that could be made Since hostilities between Spain and the MtCulloch brought, save a trifling with the coal supplies of the ships. clamoring for news. Saturday Night Passed batteries at the United States were formally deThe excitement was contagious, and detail, not of general interest, and of clared several davs ago, this country Senators and Representatives mixed in importance only to the department. the entrance of Manila Bay. Sunday, May 1. Sunk, burned or has captured upon the high seas thirThe receipt of advices at the State Dethe ciowdb that gathered around the navy headquarters and gazed wistfully partment, however, from commercial captured all ihe ships of the Spanish teen vessels bearing the flag of Spain. at the mahogany doors 01 the Nauga-tio- sources, indicates that further news squadron. Silenced and deotoyed three The names of these vessels with their respective valuations, areas follows: .Bureau, behind which the cipher may be coming by commercial steam- batteries. WO,000; Pedro, $150, Monday Occupied navy yard. Blew BueiiaVentura, ers. experts, under lock and key, were If Congress does not prematurely up six batteries at the entrance to the 000; Mathilde, $15,000; Miguel Jover, slowly deciphering the words that con veyed Dewey's glorious messages to act, as it did in the case ot Worden bay. Cut the cable. Established $000,000; Catalina, $833,000; Saturuina, when he achieved his famous victory blockade of Manila. Drove the Span- $423,000; Candina. $7,000, Sofia, $12,000; the American people. Panama, $300,000; Pirenes, $23000; over the Merriinac, acting Admiral ish forces out of Cavite, Senator Hanna aroused the crowd at Tuesday and Wednesday Swept the Paquets, $20,000; Ambrosia Bolivar. Dewey will become an actual Admiral one time by leading with a "hip, hip, lower bay and entrance for torpedoes. $200,000, and Guido, $400,000. These hurrah for Dewey," and later a roar of in a few days. The law of July 18, rest. Prepared vessels include seven steamers, four 18S2, provides that naval olllcers who, Gave crew w stentorian cheers from Theodore .Roosofficial dispatches. schooners, one auxiliary eruiser and evelt's room gathered everybody in the upon the recommendation of the PresiThe losses of tho Spaniards include one sloop. dent, receive the thanks of Congress, vast building to the east wing in time I ten warships, several torpedo boats, But what disposition does tho governto witness the departure of the Eastern may be advanced one grade. The two transports, navy yard and nine ment intend to make of these vessels, contingent of the mounted ntlemen. President will do this in Dewey's case, aggregating in value the good round batteries. lt Mr. to the which will put $1,000 additional in his had said good-by- e Including the loss ashore, about sum of $3,4S9,C00? AVe are iudebted to pocket and jump him over three comboys before they started at "2:40 this afwriter twelve hundred Spaniards were killed some apparently Adternoon for San Antonio, and the cheer modores, as well as overacting in The Detroit Free Press for the anor wounded. was the means by winch they took miral Sampson. The estimated value of the Spanish swer to this question. Ofliceis of the At the embassies and legations their leave. Mr. Roosevelt himself will yessels makiug the captures arc reCommodore Dewey's reports were property destroyed or caDtured is follow Monday or Tuesday. quired to take possession of the docu read with great interest, and served A close studv of Admiral Dewey's On the American side tho total loss ments and cargoes of the captured vesto renew the high tributes of the forwontwo cablegrams only increased the eign authorities to the gallant Ameri- eight mem woundeJ and $5,000 damage sels and to send them along with witder felt early in the day by the naval nesses selected from the crews of the The remarkable to the ships. experts at the extraoidmary results can commander. captured vessels to United States dison achieved by the Admiral almost with- disparity between the casualties "One Misute Cough Cure is tho best trict court, in which condemnation probhips, as out injury. The reports that came for- the American and Spanish preparation I have ever sold or used ceedings are to be held. When the reports, ward before the cutting of the cable shown by Admiral Dewey's praised evidence in each case has been were a source of special comment, and and I can't say too much in its were of a character to indicate that L. M. Keunon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. thoroughly reviewed by special comDewy was going to make quick and the military attache of one of the em- Douglas & Wines. missioners, the captured vessels, tothorough work of the seizure of Manila, bassies said buch a disparity probably gether with their cargoes, are ordered was without a parallel in history. How The Law of The Blockade. to be sold, and the proceeds arising but it was feaied that iu so fierce an the Spaniards could have lost 150 engagement against a Spanish fleet from the sale thereof are deposited with killed and 250 wounded, while the combined with the shore defenses the The New York World gives what is one of the assistant treasurers of the American loss was confined to a few comAmerican fleet must surely have sus- men United States subject to the court's orslightly injured, is regarded by perhaps the most thorough and tained a good deal of damage, loss of prehensive statement of the law gov- der. If the prize is of equal or superior the foreign observer as clearly discloslife and other injuries. ing the utter w orthlessness of Spanish erning blockades which has yet made force to the vessel making tiie capture, That was regarded as inevitable in a its appearance in print, as follows: showing extraordinary courage and arms. combat between two navies, for even 1. Blockades must be effectively prowess on the laUer's part, the entire The Ambassador of one of the great the Chinese, in the great battle of Yalu, powers said it showed that the guns of proclaimed so that ships of all nation- proceeds arising from tho sale thereof managed to iuthct a considerable the Spanish forts as well as those on alities may bo duly notified of such aro decreed to the captors; but if the amount of damage upon their Japanese prize is of inferior force to the vessel ships were worthless, otherwise blockade. antagonists. Yet in the battle of Ma- their 2. Ships upon tho sea at the timo making the capture, only one half of they would have inflicted at least some nila, lasting two hours' at least, accordblockades are proclaimed must be proceeds arising from the sale thereof mortality upon the American sailors. ing to the accounts 'first received, and recalls Solferinn," said he. "At halted before reaching the waters of goes to the captors, While the other resulting in the destruction of the enthat time France and Austria w ere at the harbors seized. Ships at anchor half goes to tho government. tire Spanish fleet and the bilencing of war, but the range of the French guns in such harbors mu6t withdraw as Undoubtedly when tho condemnatheir foits, not an American ship was was longer than that of the Austrian. soon as blockades are proclaimed with- tion proceedings aro held for tho purinjured. The simple difference in tho length of out putting off or taking on additional pose of review ing the evidence in the A few men were slightly wounded, case of each captured vessel, there will range of the French guns determined cargo. but that is frequently the case when 3. Ships failing to regard notices be various protests filed on the part of the outcome of that battle. So it was vessels indulge in target practice. with Dewey. He not only had tho of blockade are liable to capture neutral countries claiming to be interupon seeking to enter forbidden har- ested in the captured cargoes. Rumors COOLNESS AND DISCIPLINE WON THE DAY. the guns, but they had the strength bors. to the effect that Great Britiau intends There are all sorts of theories among and destructiveness, while the Span4. In case of capture both ships and to protest against the condemnation of the officials to account for this, but in ish guns evidently were antiquated cargos are subject to confiscation, but (the Buena Ventura have already been the absence of facts it is hard to form a and guns only in name. neither reasonable hypothesis. "Superor gun"It serves to show that in the war- carry men nor olllcers, if thetoships received in this country, but whetheror neutral flags, are subject any not there is any truth in these rumors nery, tared practice, coolness, prepar- fare of a nation must have remains to be seen. Exchange. that won weapons of the most modern pattern, prescribed penalty. edness;" those are the factors 5. Blockades in order to be binding the day in such an astounding fashion, else it is at a terrible disadvantage X TRUE NATIONAL POLICY. in the opinion of 0110 of the brightest of and its men are left practically at the upon neutral nations must exist in fact and not simply upon paper. In other mercy of an enemy haying all the latest our young naval officers. That is an interesting story which Au older head, and a man of higher appliances of destructive warfare. It words, they must be maintained with tells of the arrest of Captain Milburn. grade, a stragegist, thought that Dewey is the lesson of Solferino over again some degree of thoroughness. 6. Ships of the enemy are subject of the British steamer. Myrtledence, at had taken the Spaniards unawares in and this time Spain learns it." Em- to capture anywhere at sea without Havana. battereverv respect. He had run the It was thought that the British It seems that the captain, who was ies at night undiscovered and at day-- bassy would receive direct advices, but reference to the ports from or to none came. The French, German and which they are going, but neutral taking a stroll around the fortifications other foreign establishments were also ships are subject to capture only when of Havana was arrested and cast into Moro, to learn a little later that he had lacking in direct advices. In all for- seeking to enter blockade?. been sentenced to be shot to death witheign quarters much concern was CIGARETTES in an hour. shown as to the effect of these reports With the proud consciousness of proupon the temper of the people of Madrid. It was believed it wouid add Responsible For The Large Number of tection which every Englishman carArmy Rejections. ries about with him, Captain Milburn fuel to the flame already existing The large number of rejections of exclaimed: there, and that little more was needed 'Why wait an hour. Shoot me now, volunteers has caused much comment to overthrow the Government. Sir Julian Pauucefote called at the in the army medical corps. However, and in a day Havana and all Cuba will State Department during the day but the physicians who have conducted bo blown up." It is needless to say that the captain, of examinations say to be rid of, because bad blood 13 it was not in connectiou with the war. the ranks of cigarette that outside smokers there speaking as he did with the knowledge He came as Dean of Diplomatic Corps the the breeding place of disfiguring to meet Secretary Day on his return. are even fewer rejections than there that his government always acted enand dangerous diseases. Is your Oilicial notice was sent by the depart- were in the days of the civil war. ergetically, was speedily released, in blood bad? It is if you are y to the Ambassadors and Among habitual users of the cigarettes sad contrast to the fate of Americans plagued by pimples or bothered by ment are about 00 per cent. who have been subject to arrest on boils, if your skin is blotched by Ministers thatJudget)ay had assumed the rejections Dr Uenjamin King, of Philadelphia, that island within tho last three years. eruptions or your body eaten by tho duties of Secretary of State, and This incident affords us a view of a the foreign ofliciali will take early who acted as an examining surgeon Bores and ulcers. You can have 1801-Gtrue national policy, one so well dein New York, Ponnsyl good blood, which is pure blood, if occasion to pay a formal call of respect during vania, Ohio and Indiana, says that the fined, so cortain of execution and so you want it. You can be rid of to tho new Secretary. average rejections during these years inexorable in its administration, that pimples, boils, blotches, sores and did not exceed 13 per cent. He att- no nation on earth would dare for an Hinv to Look Good. ? By the use of ulcers. How G6od looks are really more than 6kin ributes the large increase almost en- instant to resist it. Wherever the Brit deep, depending entirely on a healthy tirely to the cigarette habit "I have ish flag floats the Englishman may condition of all the vital organs. If the been inspecting the papers in a num- Wrap himself within its folds and liver is inactive, you have a bilious ber of cases under the present recruit- proudly bid defiance to the minions look, if your stomach is disordered, you ing act," said Dr. King, "and observe who would dare molest him. Even inand into the have a dyspeptic look, if your kidneys that most of the men who failed to to the wilds of Africa, midst of savage tribes oyerywhere, are affected, you havo a pinched look pass the medical examination have this'lcnowledge has been so accurately Secure good health, and you will surely weak hearts or lack the vitality necescarried that the Englishman may remedy for all dislooks. ''Electric Bitters" sary to make a good soldier. have good It is the radical percentage travel the world over without feeling "I had expected that the eases originating in the "blood. is a good Alterative and Tonic. Acts directly on the stomach, liver and kid- of rejections would be greater now danger. Head the evidence : Iti3tol)e hoped that now that our neys, purifies the blood, cures pimples, than in 1861, but I did not dream that "Ayer's Sarsaparina was recoaimeaded havo been aroused to the necesto ne by my physician as a blod purifier. blotches and boils, and gives a good it would he almost three times- as people examining physiciansith sity of exerting their national existtaking it I had boSfl all over When I began complexion. Every battle guaranteed. great. The By body. Ono bottle cured as." Bonnbb Sold at Perry & Thomas' Drug Store. whom have' talked have generally ence, that the time has come when e an anyporr- may-bCeat, Wesson, Mi3e.ssff&nng from Wood 50 cents told me that tne excess of.rejectioke is American entering Successors to W. G. White. "After sir years' "of yeHBg eqaallyJas justified i,r replying updn Sarsapa-rfldue to tho lareHumber 5 poison, I begsa takiDg Ayer'a per bottle. his KQvernra4nC M waeCaptlan mea applying "ter enlistnMHtVwlw aad although I have used only three great rdMae, the serea wkolfcMJmtfri Mi &ItHJp tettk of thk The French capital fernlebefi aTnark- - DMOieeTKtinis of thesirefcU&abk.L' Mam- have early afl dJMeaL" A. A. igm. SpMH oaeurtd , . , " 4 et for m,S00 gttiloaa U milk ektily. uiMMraR xieaaw, Vfr Span-iards'had (Scripps-SIclla- POWDER ROYAL OAKU.Q NEW YORK. W al ca-bli- ug to-da- y e 1 n Roo.-eve- well-informe- d 'It to-da- y mm Thing to-da- 3 Ager$ Sarsaparilla I The high condition of the wheat shown by the April report has been maintained throughout the month, and ; were it not for the unaccountable reported from a few countie?, lying principally in the Southeastern section, the condition would show a NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO considerable gain over the very satis"HT factory condition of April 1st. JOE'S CORNER. The crop is free from insect enemies, and only an occasional mention of yellowing, caused by cold rains, mars a perfect condition. The condition for the entire State, May 1st, averages 101. On May 1, 1S97, the condition was 93, May 1, 1890, the condition was 74. Considering the crop by three of the State .the Western section shows a condition of 100; the Central, 103, and the Southeastern, 98. Hessian fly, which in January and FebWish to notily their friends and patrons that ruary was damaging the crop in Westthey have moved to the MAMMOTH STORE A MOTHER WHAT SAYS ern Kentucky, has entirely disappeared ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, The excellent condition of the crop is 01 Dr. Hartman's Famous Family Remedy recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite especially noticeable in the Central sec and Spring fcTonic. every one to call and inspect their newest and tion, where but two counties out of Mrs. Hannah Lind, 1132 East Long thirty-fiv- e latest importations in everything in the Furnreport a condition less than street, Columbus, Ohio, is one of the 100. iture Line many enthusiastic advocates of Pe OATS. She says: "For many years I The condition of the oat crop May was subject to nervousness, despondency and neuralgia, for which doctors 1st, averages S3. May 1, 1S97, the conand remedies seemed of no use. At dition was 75. The Western section shows the highest condition 91. In the FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Comblast I was persuaded to try ffJJ1J$ inations and Iron something new. I found it to be exactly the remedy I Central section the condition is S3, and had been so long in search of. It re- in the Southeastern SO. Some early BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever lieves the tired, depressed feeling felt oats were frozen by the cold weather of ever exhibited in Richmond. at April 5th and 6th, but the injury was in spring-tim- e once Jt never only temporary. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties infails to restore to coax. cluding Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. appeme natural The acreage of corn is estimated at tite and the best SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. of sleep. It has 89 per cent, of the average of 1897. The cured perman- acreage is largest in EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. the Central section, ently my o d despo n d e n c y being 92 per cent of the 1S97 acreage. CENTER TABLES 75c to $8.00 in Ash, and neuralgia, In the Western and Southeastern sec Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and I wonder tions it is 84 and 91 percent of the acre-acwhy so many and Mahoganv. of 1S97. people continue The month has been unfavorable for VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproto stilfer through spring and early sumplanting, and less than 25 per cent of ductions of the tables used at Bradle"-Marti- n mer when is such a prompt the crop was planted prior to May 1st. ball and made and painted by family mediand perfect relief. As a The weather was unfavorable for ger hand See Them. to have no cine I believe is apprehended that equal." It relieves- - at once cramps, mination, and it CHAMBER SUITS In Mahoganj-- , Hungathe stand obtained from the early colic, prostration from heat, the rian Ash, Bird's-Ej-- e per planting will be poor. Tw enty-twMaple, Oak and Ash. of sudden checking of the per1S97 was in hands of cent of crop of spiration, and all other bad effects of ROCKERS From 60e to $15.00. on May 1st. On same date of hot weather. As a remedy for nervous farmers 1S97, 25 per cent of old crop was on DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. prostration it has no equal, and the hand. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to S1S.0O. thousands of men and women of this Ton.tLco. generation who "have nerves" fina it Preparations for a large crop of to a priceless remedy. We are too busy to give a fall list ot our immense Every family should have a copy of bacco aro being pushed as rapidly as stock, but assure you that anything you may need you can find at our new quarters. "Facts and Faces." Finely illustrated. the season will permit. The damage ? One of the best books of testimonials to plants by freeze of April 5th and 6th ever published, bent free. Address was not so great as at first indicated. Drug Manufacturing The supply of plants was in the first The place so abundant that the small perDAY TELEPHONE T6. Company, Columbus, Ohio. NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. centage of loss will have no appreciable Let it be understood in advance influence on the acreage. In the Westthat any attempt in any quarter to em- ern section the loss was but 7 per cent. When in the City Make Your barrass the administration and imperil In the Central section it was IS per the nation's cause for the sake of this cent. Some complaint is made that the Headquarters With or that financial theory is a crime plants are not growing as they should. against patriotism sure to be visited CLOVER AND PASTURES heavily with public indignation. The promise of early pastures has only issue now is with Spain. New The not been fulfilled. The weather during York Sun. If the only issue is with Spain, why April was not calculated to push vegedoes the Sun and every other employe tation, and as a consequence the conand servant of gold monopoly contend dition of pastures May 1st as compared that tho people must be robbed for the with ayerage years is but S9. Clover benefit of gold monopoly before and meadows and pastures show in the oo-,- x i. during the time they fight Spain? general slow growth and poor condition. All the powers of Europe combined LIVE STOCK. could not inflict upon the United States part of the injury that has Stock continues in a good thrifty conbeen inflicted upon this country b3 dition despite tho lack of sufficient gold standard contraction, falliug pri- pasturage. No disease save cholera ces, and stagnation in business. No among hogs is reported, and even this ono opposes furnishing the government is below rather than above the norall the money necessary to fight Spain. mal percentage. All the people ask is that Spain shall FRUIT. II IHIII ! II llll II 10 ; ALL be fought by our army and navy, and ft3CA?J v4i 9 2H! B n I iw lAm Reports on tho condition of the fruit 25 SO DRUGGISTS that the Cuban patriots shall have the crop are conflicting on some points. ABSOLUTELY GOARMTEED privilege of continuing their warfare EA All reports agree that at least a fair pl n4 booklet fne. Id. STEELING EEJIEDT CO., (Tilfaro, Montreal. Can.. cr.V w Tork. m. against Spain. The cry of "stop hief " crop of apples exist to this date; to. cover up the nefarious schemes of though early apples may prove short, tho Tory goldites has become too the bloom for these varieties being transpaient to deceive tho public. very light. ifflft JO There are two hundred million dollars As to peaches, there is a wide difsurplus in the treasury. The taxation of opinion on conditions. proposed will bring in another hun- ference Many correspondents report the crop dred millions. The temporary issue totally lost, others report a light crop of treasury notes lor one hundred remaining, and a few reports are million dollars would furnish more still received that the crop is uninjured. K r? o money than could possibly be spent beTaking the counties of Carroll, Harc O fore the next session of Congress. cc and Trimble, all large There is no necessity for haste. There din, Larue 5' C peaches, the condition of o is a necessity however, to watch tho growers of given o ' in those counties as re nefarious schemes proposed by Wall this crop is M 42, 80, 20, and 20 respectively. In reft and Lombard streets to utilize the war P cherries, there is alwith Spain to enslave the American gard to pears and so a wide divergence of reports. The a people. Silver CD concensus of opinion is that there will o Late to bed and early to rise, pre- be little if any pear crop and no cher ries, with the possible exception of pares a man for his home in the skies. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, such varieties as Merillos. crop, but Grapes promise a fair the pill that makes life longer and betstrawberries have a light bloom. ter and wiser. Douglas & Wines. ALL KUmS OF CEMETERY WOEK. The condition a3 compared with 81 ; peaches, For Here are some of the monthly sala- average year are : Apples, address, r farther particulars, prices, ried paid in the United States army. 37; pears, 43; cherries, 53; grapes, 84, $016 00 and strawberries, 78."Lucas Moore, Lieutenant General 6'?5 00 Commissioner of Agriculture. Major General mch2t-l458 33 Brigadier General 291 G7 Colonel The International Paper Trust has 250 00 shown its hand sooner than expected. Lieutenant Colonel 20S 33 It has raised the price from ten to Major 5" 1G0 67 twonty-fiv- e per cent. Captain (mounted) 150 00 Captain (unmounted) At the time of tho combination of IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. 150 00 545,000,000 invested in manufacting .Regimental Adjutant 15Q00 print, it wa3 stated by the makers that Regimental Quartermaster 133 00 any raiso in price would be but fracFirst Lieutenant 123 00 tional. The idea that the combination Second Lieutenant 125 00 would bo in any sense a trust, monoChaplain Hours Ciicfogatr to New Orleans aad JackseavtUe 2-- 4 Private llrst class Artillery, Cavalry, polizing a necessity, was scouted. $13 00 The New Tork World announces that Infantry "" 109 MILES SHORTEST. In addition to pav all soldiers receive they paid $5,500,000 in ten years and ,4 t FINEST VESTIBULED TBAINS IN THE from the Government rations, clothing, nine months, and almost a million last bedding, medicines and medical attend- year. It is ready to make a l ance. not in the trust, contract with and will advance half the Bum necesThrough Eullman Service is unequalled. Cafe1 Parlor LANDED IN CUBA. sary to construct a new mill. d Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled low-avera- According to a theory recently advanced at a meeting of the Royal Dublin Society, the sun spot constitutes the first stage of a changed condition in the sun which is visible to us. The dark spots or patches seen through the telescopes are ever changing and shifting. They have always been of great intorest to Scientists, mainly because no rational explanation of them has ever been given. This new theory is that change of temperature causes a, precipitation of liquid. Thisjmay be supported, and to an extent absorbed, by gaseous matter of a very high density. This would cause a mass, more or less dark, especially if tho liquid were opaque and in sufficient quanity to cast a heavy shadow. The report says: "The reflection of tho photosphere at the edge, and the in rush of gaseous matter over the covered area, will it is believed, explain tho appearance of the liquid constitutes the disappearance of the spot." The spots consume about eleven years in growth. When they reach their maximum in number and intensity magnetic disturbance of considerable moment affect the earth. I CONDITION OFf CROPS MAY 1, AND mwmwmm S FORCES LIVE STOCK 1898. Tho report for this month is made up from replies received from 152 correspondents, representing 100 counties. WHEAT. I 4 tf llLlflUlLU $g 3L, i V f ft -! Biggerstaf a ns & Oldham r ? ru-n- a. Such As Pe-ru-n- a. 1 If A'V e Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-n- a ts o J nil3?S3in3 tos Pe-ru-- na fpsap prates. B1GGERSTAFF - OLDHAM &mM.iiSfe$y&& ecoa... ANDY GATHA one-tent- h !P wJ&arCOHSTIPATSOHas P Illl 'II wmmm Mnimii IBIOSZvTOnSTD, 2 i'wait.gp. ti!ZttZS3!2ZZ3S2i fea s r- -- Knight-Watchma- n. JJffl c, Madison MoRUiDefltal Worfo y Winter Schedules OUEffi i & CHESCEHT EOUS. 2-- 4 ten-ye- ar any-mil- L SOUTH Two companies of regulars, with rifles and 250,000 rounds of ammu- 7,-0- nition, landed in Cuba Wednesday. Coaches. Getilyour tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route A special from Washington of May W. C. IDjiEABSOy, Gea'l Pass'r Agt, Cinciuati, 0. 11, says: day I - k, Jye T. Mll-bur- a, jatj - ir- Vt- - 1 At- ?- - " ' 'tf- 1 --J- ' . ' The War Department has issued orof A Washington despatch says Adju- ders to the various' officers n eharge U) encampments at State rendezvous tant General Corbiri announces that for ward.to the coast all regimen ts 50,000 volunteers' aro Toady for the hurry waiting field- - 3Iofta"m4 was the' flrst;ready for as fastas mustered io, witheat for equipments. Tb4jHoonpn?y epaip-men,; i' services. (p will be sent tWeeaet point! ,, "i The rewou why than &r in'resdinase for tiM treeps'a they shall pennieeui ohurob a'oHaatiJMit"' thM-vrarrive.. TW friifce&ived; will prevent ' , P Mfcy; ts r-- f Fftn) Rgweir? Newspaper Directorij. - r, ... ... A xuo iucumwim, xxy.r KJ1.1XAX, weeiciv, . j;.ereHtel- with, the 1 largest keuIMlen accordjidno aay paper in Rwhunma or ia 'MatKem C6syi r tMfchtk Coagre teionai District." 1. Tb oalyiyapf r IrJ ..,T,.-lL, T- . ) Mnuy e "h , -- r SlMCIllTlllL'JlJi - f l i. h tJ flwahw&awfyMiMt " "?t- - mt-3l- , DeJ3fe t w Omm i 1 ir' K 5 "b ' J ' J v. s " - Jif, t ' - , v -- r- " J&'A ? t n r x- l - a "i? i B W"SJl - T7 - - i '4"', 'S1 '1 -- ' i'". -!- ' li c on tho campus Thursday afternoon, May 2G. Admission 25 cents. The contest in high 6ohool courses occur on Friday in Caldwell Chapel. The Athletic Field games occur on the campus Saturday, 10 cents admission. The Richmond Climax. LATEST (CJILISHEO IVKV WEDNESDAY BT WAR HEWS. PERSONAL. Irvine. Miss Sudie Russell is in Louisville. Mr. Cbas. Miller spent Sunday in Mr. Sam Sale, of Irvine, was hero Monday. Dr. C. S. Holton and wifo were In Cincinnati last week. Mr. W. H. Rico, of Rico Station, was hero yesterday. Mr. N. B. Turpin made a business trip to Ford Saturday. Mr. Ed. Griggs, of Mt. Sterling, was in the city Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Everett Wittare visiting relatives in Estill county. Mrs. S. Parrish is at Campbellsvillo, the guest of Mrs. Thos. Davis. Mrs. Estill Payne, of Nicholasvillo, visited friends here Friday. Mr. Jonah Wagers, of "Wagersville, was hero on business Friday. Mrs. J. D. Goodloe, of White's Station, is ieiting in Louisville this week. Mr. S. Neville Moberley attended tho Iouisville convention Wednesday. Messrs. Harry Hanger and J. A. Sul livan left Saturday for a short trip East. Mrs. N. B. Turpin is at home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexington. Miss OIlie Smith entertained a num her of her young friends Friday evening. Judge J. C. Chenault was in Louisville Thursday and Friday on legal business. Cincinnati. O., May 17, 4:30 p. W. (Special) Washington Objective point of Caps Verde fleet Is Hawaii. 4C5itg'T' I - Proprietors nd Editors. Administration wilLlikely order comC . WOODS, Associate CiUtor. plete bombardment of Cuba. Hong PRICE PER YEAR, $1.50. preparingKong Phiippine insurgents to storm Manila. Kingston Strange warships sighted 1F9S. WEDNESDAY. MAY IS, off Jamaica. Hawaii Willmingtou blew up SpanFORCONCRESS. ish Schooner. Wc are authorised to announce Hov. Jakes New York Cubans joining Spanish candidate B. McCrrakv. ol Madison county, a subject to tor Congress in the Eighth district; mch30-t- f volunteers in Havana, but will turn on the action of the Democratic party. Spaniards when Americans come. re are authorised to announce J. B. Tuow-boEnsign "Willard hoisted American county, a candidate for of Mercer by the Democratic party for Represenflag on Dian Baya Cuban soil and car8th District. tative in Congress from this, the ried away Spanish flag. Tost. The vessels ami their cargoes from Spain up to date amount Two Hundred Spandiars Reto over 11,500,000. k. The Climax Printing Co. cap-lur- ed Killed. per cent, of the cigarette A special fiom Key West of May 14, emokere fail to pass the examination says : required to join the army. The gunboat Montgomery andWyn-tlom- , "while trying to cut the cable off The three Democratic candidates for Congressional nomination met in joint Cienguegos Wednesday last were met by a thousand Spaniards. The engagedebate Monday at Xicholasville. ment became a furious one from the A check for $100,000, with Miss very beginning. TJ'e Spaniards fired Helen Gould's namo attached thereto, rapidly from the shore, but the Amerilias been received at Washington, pay- can fire was much moro deadly. Two able to Uncle Sam. hundred Spaniards are reliably reportGlasgow Times Niys it it still an ed to have been killed, w hile many are The unsettled fact whether Jonah was the wounded. The ioru were leveled and first Secretary of the Navy, or Secre- torn to pieces by the terrible fire of the American gunlioats. The Spanish tary of the Interior. arsenal was blown up with disastrous Fob every iron bouquet which results, and the forts scattered in Dewey passed up to the Dons the every direction. American people w ill give him a milThe A meiican forces there captured lion of the rarest blooms. Cincinnati the block house and cut the cable, the Post. original purpose for which they made the assnlt, and for which orders were Senok SAGAbTA is said to have made issued in Washington last Thursday. the remark that the American gunTwo American officers and six sailor piece at a dis- were wounded, while one of the Ameriners can hit a milts, and never can seamen was killed. The dead and tance of twenty-tw- o miss a shot. wounded men were brought here this Several of the men are fight the morning. After a long and bitter badly wounded and two way die. No Louisville Dispatch was awarded the official count of the Spanish losses has citv nrinrincr. The Times, which lias been made, but thev will reach, it is years, made had the printing for several thought, at least 200 killed. a vigorous fight to retain it. Ninety ten-ce- ported was a graduate 0j cenjral University, this city. Shepherd. Adam Shepherd, an old soldier of tho 8th Kentucky Infantry died at Rice's Station, in Estill county, on the 12th inst., and was buried at the Kerby burying grounds in honors of the G. A. R, Davis. Samuel Davis, a well known citizen residing two miles east of Berea, died on tho 10th inst., aged 7G vears, from a contraction of lagrippe. He was a highly respected old gentleman, with but few faults, ami well liked by all who knew him. By his request he was buried at tho old family graveyard in a plain, popular coffin without the sound of a song or a word of prayer. He leaves a wife and several grandchildren. Conn After a lingering illness which baffled tho best skilled physicians and was as unyieding to tho ministrations of loving hands at home, Benson Cobb, at the age of 43 died last Sunday morning at the residence o his father, Harvey Cobb at Red House. Burial in the Richmond Cemetery Monday after an impressive ceremony oy Rev. T. Q. Martin, of Winchester. Deceased was a brother of Hon. J. Tevis Cobb, and was twice married. He was well liked in life and in death leaves a largo circle of sorrow ing friends. 'NHviviNSiz W RIi7 l j iKTKlR'sWsWlR'yWsl ii M M Ml i . - M W WIS 'N s N I 9s 9 9 Nl n WS .. .. H .. - fn s N 'tv Uncle Sam Says This Is ? MPF A&mKKU rwlf T This will be tho greatest event of the kind in the history of Richmond. BEST GHOHUS. $10 worth of library books by C. We Advertise Facts a eheaD nrice. Nothing is to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in more certain quality. Apparent; economj' is oiten reat extrnvaguui;t;. wuu Tf S II. Dietrich. Winchester, mond. Gold medal Paris, Rich- JLc r BEST PIANO SOLO. America's Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purify and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Get a bottle of Tired Feeling. Hbod's Sarsaparilla and begin to take It TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. Is America's Greatest Medicine. Biggorstaff & Oldham Josie Brown, Winchester; Edna Jor dan, Somerset; Etta Quisenbcrry, Paris; Jeannio Myers, Richmond. BEST VOCAL SOI.O. Gold medal E. Deatherage & Co. ic o micfnifa frt oriwvpf icf. infftrinr ovvhIk ',hr,VfW&' n.fc and Fact s 0 ol n Good 6001 it sET- Bessie Hunt, Paris; Marv Traynor, Richmond ; Esther Jones, Harrodsburg. -- BEST VOCAL DUET. low Prices and f E. 1 "I- Hood's Sarsaparilla All druggists. Gold medal Joo Giunchigliani. Josie Bush and Birdie Young, Winchester; Esther Jones and Susan Allin, Traynor and Nell Harrodsburg Mershon, Richmond. CONTEST IN OKAIj SPELLING. Lieut. S. V. Vestal came over from Lexington and spent Sunday with his family, Messrs. R. W. Stevenson and W. C. Bennett spent several days in Lexington last week. Mrs. Albert Severance, neo Miss Florrio Heath, is visiting her father, Dr. M. C. unanimously voted the best debater on the floor. Mr. Little is tho youngest son of tho late Hon. Robert Little, of this city, and is worthy of his name and fame. Ho Is a debater of the first class, an eloquent orator and declaimed n fino student, and Captain of the Gold medal Bro. Messrs. Covington, Arnold & roll . ramuu c 'maumjuv.unjuui otfnntiAn w maKe a wonuerxuuy strong our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. jNouung is so generally appreeia- ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guaranteed in everv uart, will out; wear anv, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our P 11 -- L comuj-miLiuu- 1- -r i.: TTT- -. ...;.-- V. ,. TKi N - f- - T.-Hl- l. &' w VS N t Butler Pryor, Morris Deering, Nicholasville; Sallio Moore, Mary E. Lancaster, Nannie McGee, Winchester; Gilbert McAfee, Harrodsburg; Mary Scott, Jeanio White, Thos. Bowles, Richmond. CONTEST Artillery of the University. Still Lives at the Age oi 107. Heath. Mrs Lucy Hersperger visited friends in Richmond from Saturday to Monday. Jessamine Journal reioice over hi fine prospect for further jKihtical honor,. He has the love and respect of the people who will support him with enthusiasm. Mt. Vernon cor. Stanford Journal. The many friends of Gov. McCreary What an excellent newspaper the Richmond keep it Chenault, right up to date in every respect. Typo graphically it is a beauty. Cynthiana Democrat. Thinks largely and sincerely. Postmaster-Genera- l Smith has issued an order directing all letters debtinod for Spain or any of her colonies or dependencies 6topjed. It applies to all mail jiosted after April 21. and all that has been sent oil since that day will lx intercepted at different seaports by government ollicials. and returned to the senders. Climax now is. Miller and "Woods Messrs. K A news bureau sny6: "Prices of wire nails and barbed wire, according to the manufacturers, aie on the eve of advance. Officials of the American company state that the advance could not be much longer deferred, but that it would not amount to much over 10 cents on a keg of nails and the .same amount on the commercial unit of barbed wire." The metropolitan prea. some lending federal gold-shuida- rd office holders and the leading financiers are now severely vihf ing all persons who men- tion free siher or politics or oppose any financial measures which the administration is trying to advance. At the same time the same set of sleuth-houn- d organization in New York are sending throughout thecountry educational literature. Not later than Monday such literature was received at this office. If consistency were a law for private citizens during war time, every man of them would be and condemned to be shot at once. Winchester Sun court-martiale- d C.F.Brower&Co Main and Broadway. M Sturdy Americanism lb fostered and nurtured in the homes of onr land. It is our mis-bio- n to make the home attractive to put within the reach of all the means of lieautifying the dwellings Here are a fcw hints of some of the special offerings for this week: Chiffoniers. Solid Oak, with five drawers Maple ami Mahogany. Also a number of pHt'erns is, .nicely finished, from $5.00 to $10.00. China Cases, Tii is most essential feature of dining room furniture has never been so pleasing in price and design as now. We have a nico assortment from 13 50 to $25.00. Book Cases. SPECIAL THIS WEEK: -- In Oak or Mahogany finish a combination desk and book case at $3.00. Dining Chairs. solid Oak Cane Chair this week atic.- - Others at $1.00, $110 and $1.25. A Wall Paper. New Patterns, Original Colorings, Low Trices- - See our medium line for 7J to 10. Mrs. Leonard Shifilett, of Station Camp, was the guest last Wednesday ot .Mrs. L.. T. Wilson. Miss Allie Piatt, of Richmond, is visiting her brother, Mr. A. D. Piatt. Georgetown Times. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chenault have returued from a visit to the latter's parents in Mt. Sterling. Miss Belle Fish, of Nicholasvillo, was the guest several days last week of her sister Mrs. Brutus Clay. Dr. Giles Harris formerly of Madison, but now of Mt. Vernon. Mo., is here with a view of locating. Drs. A. W. Smith, J. C. Morgan and V. are in Louisville Wilmington Avenged Winslow ingII. HnbsonDental Association.attendthe State Mr. Carl Fish is back from a fishing 300 Killed. trip to Rockcastle, which was a well 14, 10:40 a. m. At earned "rest for this excellent young Kei West, Mav Cardenas Thursday the gunboat Wil- man. Mr. J. C. Lyter, of the firm or W. G. mington avenged the fate of the The Wilmington shelled the White & Co , has returned from a business trip throngh Esistern Keu tow n at cloe range and silenced the tucky. Spanish guns, burning the greater porMiss Jeanette Frost closed her spring tion of the town The Wilmington's school at Whites Station last Friday steady and deadly fire pounded down and has returned to hesthome in Lexthe forts and followed up the reduction ington. Mrs. M. Richardson has returned by landing n party on Cuban soil at from Junction City, where she spent once. The landing part found 300 several days with her sou, Mr. W. T. dead in the forts and 200 wounded. Richardson. The arsenal and a portion of the town Mr. W. D. McGuire, of Goochland were found to be in complete ruins. Ky , paid this ofilce a pleasant call They planted the Star and Stripes over Thursday and before leaving renewed his subscription. the forts. The family of Lieut. S. P. Vestal are in the citv and expect to take rooms The World May be Plunged with. Mrs. Rohinbon on East Main street. Lexington Leader. Into War if the Powers The crowd which went to Cumberland River on a fishing expedition reInterfere. turned w ithout much success, on which A Washington dispatch quotes a for- account their names are omitted. eign diplomat as saying that the world Dr. J. M. Poyntz leaves this week will become involved in the war as the for New Orleans to attend tho General outgrow th of the efforts of the Powers Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, to stop the present oue. Euglnnd and to which he is delegatcfrom this Presbytery. Germany will line up with the United After recovering from a long and serStates, and France, Russia, Austria ious illness, little Stella daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Con Taylor, has had a and Italy with Spain, he says. relapse and her parents aro much Fifty Killed in Cabanas Battle. alarmed. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Webb, who have News has been confirmed of the been attending the bed side of the latsafe landing, Friday, of the Gussie at ter's brother, Mr. Benson Cobb, reCabanas with troops for invasion. turned to their home in Louisville The Spanish forces attacked the party, Monday. Attorney but were repulsed and a landing and H. R. Hugh Riddell, of Irvine, Smith, of Valley View,' effected. Fifty Spaniards, according to were given the Knight Templar dethe reports just received, were killed gree in Masonry in Richmond Lodge Thursday. and a goodly number wounded. Mrs. Betty Taylor, of Richmond, is in the city Mrs. A. P. Tribble. of 100,000 Volunteers. Richmond, is visiting her sister, Mrs. In the Cabinet meeting Saturday it P. C. Carr, on High street. Lexington was finally settled that unless Samp- Argonaut, May 15. son's unexpected fight shall prove a Mr. Frank French came in Sunday a long trip out west, only return decisive victory or does not close the from week for the same region. to Ho this war. the President shall call for 100,000 a Star Route Mail Contractor and is is volunteers at once. The arrangements having great success. MiE.ses Mary and Mattie Tribble will for the call are being made. return home in about three weeks from Three was never a clearer demon- the Washington College for young stration of the subservience of the Ladies. This will be pleasant news to the friends of these popular young leaders of the Repnblican party to ladies. plutocracy than last Friday when SenaWe are pleased to record the promotor Mills offered an amendment to the tion received by Mr. Frank Clay, son of war revenue bill, that proposed to so Mrs. Mary B. Clay. He is a member amend the constitution as to tax in- of the U. S. Corps of Patent Examincomes. Every Republican voted against ers, at Washington, a responsible and lucrative position. it, yet the party has alw ays professed Grand Chaplain Timberlake, of Richto believe in equality of taxation. mond, Ky., who accompaied the Louisville delegation, has been signally honJ. Wilkes Morgan, chairman, has ored by receiving an invitation to open the Constitutional Convention, which called a meeting of the district commitNew Orleans tee for June 1 at Lawrenceburg to fix convened here Courier-Journamanner, time and place for select- dispatch to tlie Mrs. C. C. Smith, of Richmond, will ing a candidate for Congress in the Sth to visit Mr. and Mrs. arrhe district. If the committee will lay aside J. J. Craig Miss Nancy Huguely personal feelings and act for the good is giving a Lawn Fete this afternoon only of the party the nominee can be from 4 to 6 and from 5 to 7 to meet Miss "Wallace and Miss Railey, of easily elected, though we have no large Versailles, and Miss Chenault, of Richmajority to boast of even with Jackson mond. Danvillo Advocate. out. Let the members forget the candiMrs. Jno. R. Pates, of Richmond, is dates for the time being, consider only the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Mr. Tom Logthe party's welfare and the best means McGinn, this week gers, of of promoting it and this district will present Harrodsburg, but who is at attending Central University never again be humiliated by a at Richmond, was the guest of Lester even of the minority Turner here from Friday until Monday. Versailles cor. Blue Grass Clipparty. Stanford Journal. per. Misses Mary Ballard and Minnie Ax exchage truly describes the Dunn, two of Madison's most accommeaning of war as follows: War is the erand parade beneath the plished young ladies are spending the week with Miss Julia Bush, near Win flag consecrated by the blood of a mil- Chester. They will later attend the lion heroes. It is also the wily picket, Commencement exercises of Georgethe policv, the charge, the roar of con- town College and witness the graduation of their friend, Miss Lottie Faris, flict and the desperate of Kirksville. struggle. .Mr. B. War is something we all like to talk tained and Mrs.Alys W. Turner enter MLs Bartindale last about. It is something no experienced Wednesday evening. The Turner man wants to see, if it can be honora- home is one of the handsomest in the city and their guests are invariablv acbly avoided. corded the attentions. War is the wild clamor of a boyish This was amost flatten ug exceedingly whist larty, dream. It is also a sea of desolation delightful, and resulted in the prize, a whose shores are lined with shattered cut glass vase, being awarded to Miss Bettie Taylor, and the mustache comb hopes. being won jointly by Messrs. War is tho spirit of patriotic song. lor and J. ipeed Smith. The R. S. Tayaffair was It is alho tho sighing away of tho a perfect success. young life, alone beneath the btars. Mr. George Burton Dunn, of Stan-lorWar is the brilliant deed that plants is in this count' expert machinthe banner upon the frowning parapet. es t for the McCormick Harvester Co. Mr. It is also the tolling of the bell in the was Dunn is an old C. U. student and catcher on that immortal baseball quiet church yard. team which admisistered to old Centre War i3 the mother's pride at tho in 1885 her first and only defeat by C. manly march of tiio beardless boy. It U. up to this year. On the team with is also the laying of the wreath npon George were McCollum, p., Chiun lb., Thurman 2b etc The score was 0. U. tho untimely grave. 12, C. C. 11. Miller Ward and Tom War is the exuberant thrill of Na- Smith "Hecker and Sullivan" were the tional pride. It fa also the solemn and battery in the last inning. Louis Booker umpire. George is well reserious'problem of the taxpayer. membered hero by the older alumni War is a glorious privilege. It is who would liko to see him behind the a lasting and bitter sorrow. also bat again. War is bravery. It is also tho most indescribable Bavagery- War is impulsiveness. It is also "Win-sloto-da- Richmond Preacher Figures Prominently at the B. P. 0. E. Convention at New Or- leans. The New Orleans contained the following extended notice of Rev. Mr. Timberlake of this city, Grand Chaplain of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, which met last week in the Crescent City: Times-Democr- BEV. DR. I. B. TIMBEKUKE of New Albany, Ind., No. 270. grand We never expected to behold a cente narian, certainly not a person born so early as 1791, but yesterday we beheld a man who can prove his ago to be 107. His name is Andrew Fields. He was born in this county, was raised by the McMullins and David Chenault the great grandfather of Judge John C. Chenault, who questioned the old man, and secured indisputable evidence of tho truth of his claims. Along with him was his daughter, Creecy Maupin Palmer, a spry young thing of 75. They just arrived from Central City, where the old man has been living. They are now at Farristown, near White's Station, this couuty. The old man is an interesting talker, and knows a world of facts about the pioneers of Madison. Mrs. Green's Death. IN WRITTEN SPELLING. Gold medal Douglas, Bright & Co. Cora Greene, Josie Case, Monifee $ 1 30 nrice Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or Ladies' $ 1 30 .M snrinn- heel, made to sell at $2.00: our price iave also just received irom iew xorK a iuu nuts oi ibices, jiauniss it Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ki boons, ueits, corsets, nosery anu tue iikc. win quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest ou : -- ' Howard, Winchester; Ellen Sprake, Helen Connell, Porry Sh), Paris; Price Hanna, Charles Henderson, Matt Curry, Harrodsburg; Belle Win-buAnnie Broaddus, J. T. Bates, Richmond. CONTEST 12 12 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. Yards Torchon Lace ior 10c. Yards Yider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. v$tp IN RAPID CALCULATION. y l. hand-to-ha- nd d, re-Rr- et. DEATHS. twenty-fiv- e LF.BiDwer&Coii tftoir: Lexington, Ky. BmNk. At his homeiiearRuthton, MoBEKLEy. To Mr. and Mrs. Philip Tuesday, May 10, Wm. Brink, of pneuMoberley, !of Ruthton, on the 9tb, a monia, aged sixty-fiv- e years JHe leaves boy. and five children. : Xockbidqe. In fMtI Sterling, MonWells. Mr. and Mjrs. A. C. Wells are rejoicing dver their first born, a ten day morning, Andrew G. Lockridge, of pound bo yj consumption, aged36 yeArsi- - JftwaMd BIRTHS Naii,eb. Mxs". John Nailer died at her home near Poosey, Monday last, aged about years. Shanks says it is not a breastplate he wants, but a large canteen of W. S, Deafness Cannot bo Cured Hume. J B. Shearer says he is going to make by local application, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. a watch charm oilt of Wpvler's eye. ' J. B. S, There is only one was to cure Deafness, 6y constitutional remedies. and that i3 Entries In Blue Grass Tournament. Deafness is caused by an inflamed conThe following is a list of entries in dition of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tubegets tho Blue Grass Tournament which is to inflamed you have a rumbling sound or occur in this city, May This imperfect hearing, and when it is en- Is the 4th annual meeting, and is the tirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken greatest school event of the State. Suout and this tube restored to its normal perintendent Clark expects 350 visiting condition, hearing will be destroyed pupils. forever; nine casses out of ten are We are requested to ask all who will caused by cattarrh, which is nothing entertain pupils during their stay, to but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. send in their names to Prof. Clark not We will give One Hundred Dollar for later than May 25. Tournaments .have any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh been held at Paris and twico at Harrodsburg, the latter liklnjrit so well as Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O. to invito tho schools agatR t bold by Druggist, 5c. may4-lTho musical contest Thursday night tho Declamatory contest Friday night The Question Settled. will be held iu the Central University y Tho annual debata of Chapel. The athletic contests Satur0. U. occurred on Friday night'and day morning and the base ball game was pronounced by Judge ,Sam Scott botween the High School and Harthe best school debate ho ever heard. rodsburg will take- - place 'on C. tVo The subject was "Affirmed, That;?. S., campus, one sdmfeeion, 10 cents, to s ' bothaxyoitjoria.-"- " .Senators Should belected by jU 'TsHN'UllM a 'wt,Tsw of Ww Ti Hoed LHtk; of,thic city,- wbo tm bU fcfetwtMl 6. B-- JpA Xy. UatvWty i . rt V.i P & r 8. m chap lain, is in attendance, registering at the St. Charles. Rev Dr. Timberlake was born in Richmond, Va., but he has been in Indiana for the past ten year. He is now pastor of the First Baptist Church, Richmond, Ky., and has been the recipient of honors from three separate Governors. Dr. Timberlake is a great advocate of tho B. P. O. Elks, and thinks it will be the great social order of the world. The order, he says, is growing every day, and will continue to grow. Last year no less than sixty lodges wero formed. There could bo but one drawback to this growth, and that was only a fancy of his without much basis. This fear was that it might get wild with enthusiasm, and essay too much. The sentiments of tho order charity, justice, brotherly love not only brought a high sense of justice into the- lodges themselves, but extended a high moral feeling throughout the country. One thing the order did make men feel was that they were brothers. There was no question, Dr. Timber-laksaid, that the order was composed of men of high moral standard, who were not confined to a selected few, but embraced business men in nearly all professions. A man to become a momber of the order must be such a man that the introducing member would have no hesitancy in introduc ing him into his own family. At his own home Dr. Timberlake said that the lodge was composed of doctors, lawyers, merchants, and leading business men of the city were members of the lodge. One of the obiects, according to Dr. Timbertake, in meeting in the South was to strengthen the order in this section. The order was very strong North, he said, and there was no reason why it should not be strong South. The purposes are so grand that it must appeal to mankind strongly. It was to uplift humanity and make society better. True, he said, that had men sometimes took advjintago of such societies for selfish purpose of aggrandizement, but though appearently successful they did not thrive. Sometimes the greatest safeguards were evaded by these men, but it was no criterion that these safeguards had not existed, but that imposition had been successfully accomplished. The order, ho said, represented an antagonism to a past kindness and lied in tho present It would rather pin a rosebud to the living than build a gold monument to tho past. It lived id day to uphold man and say that brotherly love does exist, it is not a dream nor a fable, but resides within the human breast but waiting an awakening. Dr. Timberlake said that Grand Exalted Ruler Detweiler had done more for the order than any one in that position had done before. He had brought discordant elements together when the rupture threatened the whole organization, and Dr. Timberlake said the convention would find it a difficult task to replace the present grand exalted ruler. Dr. Timberlake, answering, said that he did not caro to succed himself, and this was his second term as grand chaplain. He believed that the honors in the organization should bo passed around. Though a Southern man, Dr. Timber-lak- e has never visited New Orleans before. He says that this visit to him is like going into some foreign city. He has visited the Cathedral and a few others points of Interest. He may stay over after the convention a few days to look around the city. e Mrs. Nancy Phelps Green, aged 87 years, died on Thursday morning last just as tho clock struck 9 She suffered a broken limb by a fall about a year ago and to this and her advanced age her death is traceable, as the. had been preUouslyin excellent health. Burial services by Rev. Lloyd at theresidence, followed by an immense' procession to the grave where she was laid to rest beside her, son the late Francis Marion Green, whom in life she idolized and after his death was inconsolable, never entering his room nor looking upon his picture It is pathetic to think how this family has crumbled away in the last six years or less, the father, Irvine T. Green being the first to die at an advanced age. Next "Uncle" Silas T. Green, only a few years his junior; then the death of Marion, the brilliant editor and born gentleman, respected by all. He loved his people and by them was idolized. After his death tho care of his mother and aunt, Gold medal Covington & Mitchell. Morris Deering. Nicholasville; Gilbert McAfee, Harrodsburg; Katie McSwain, Mamie Bolton, McCreary Simmons, Richmond. CONTEST IN HIGHER ARITHMETIC. Gold medal Alabama Botkins, Joe Nunnelley, "Winchester; Prentice Lancaster, Geergie Boston, Pearl Friedman. Paris; Charles Henderson, Matt Curry, Price Hanna, Harrodsburg; Stella Wilmot, Alma Rice, J. Q. Million, Richmond. CONTEST IN HIGHER ALGERA. "With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase n larger picture framed and ready to hang up. ($25.00 Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece of Witha Twenty-fiv- e furniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. Yours Respt., MCKEE f 7 1 g i$ McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. 71K CO $ & o ? Q i$ ?Sk n7 v Gold medal Roscoo Horine, Mary Hollar, Maude Jackson, E. T. Shipp, Winchester; Rose Blessing, Lizzie C. Stone, Paris; Leslie Rice, Harry Cosby, J. T. Bates, Richmond. CONTEST Nicho-lasvill- e; Collector's Sale -- FOR- W31 fi vn 1 IN GEOMETRY. vtmw; m M medal Rosa Pace, Ernest Poynter, Curtis Edwards, Winchester; Roscoo C. Tartar, Somerset; Bessie Thomas, Lizzie C. Stone, Frankie Marsh, Paris; Robert Feeland, J. G. C. Maupin, Charles, Rice, Richmond. Gold CONTEST CW&UfcsArl OF- - WANTED! Not for war, but to join our army of customers. TVe are now offering man great bargains in Corsets, Black and Colored Dress Goods. IN LATIN TRANSLATION. Gold medal Julia Pryor, Nicholas ville; Mildred Fox, Curtis Edwards, Ernest Poynter, Winchester; Edna Town Lots m 34 Miss Kittie upon his brother, Mr. A. C. Green, and we bear willing testimony to the irreproachable conduct of this remaining mainstay of theoldhome. No wish or need or luxury, but w hat he anticipated and supplied, so that his acta are consol ing to him in that he did a son's whole duty. He now has left to comfort him his devoted aunt, Miss Kittie, who is in very poor health. We have witnessed tho dissolution of this home with pain, having largely shared tho sorrow of its inmates, as in other days we Bhared their hospitality and friendship. The world is poorer for their loss. Peace to their ashes be. A Letter From Our Soldier Boys. Camp Collier, Lexington, Ky., May 16. To the many friends of the Madison and Garrard county boys, I wish to say through the columns of the dear old Phelps, devolved Jordan, Rose Blessing, Somerset; Georgia Grimes, Paris; Belle Winburn, John L. Baxter, Collector of tho City Bessye Covlo, Sue Scrivener, Richof Richmond, will offer at public sale in mond. CONTEST IN MENTAL ARITHMETIC. front of the Court House door, in RichGold uipdal Ella Grigsby, Edwin mond, Ky., on Smith, Stuart Haggard, Winchester; Rodney Quinby, Mary Fuller, Anna Kendall, Paris; Price Hanna, Matt Curry, Harrodsburg; Carlislo Maupin, Mary Coylo, Robert mond. Feeland, Rich- SiMa;219S, at most attractive prices. T Our line of "Wash Goods is complete anil free silver paper, that the boys are all in good spirits and feeling well. I don't hesitate to say that we have in our company the best body of men in camp. They all stay together and stand by one another. Our CaDtain, S. M. Duncan, from Lancnster, is a man that has won great praise by his men for his faithful service. He has never rested since he has been here. His men are first and last with him and he is with them iu time of need. Our first and second Lieutenants hail from the same town, and they are gentlemen of the first class. They are true and would take the coats off their backs to give them to a 6oldier boy. Then comes the privates, some with high collars, some with silk front shirts, some with patent leather shoes. Some are the greys and some are the, blues, but after they will all wear the same style and do as U. S. chooses. We have all passed the examination and this morning we have to stand in line, with right hand up and in the presence of our Maker, take that solemn oath that makes us Uncle Sam's boys. The boys felt very highly honored that so many of their friends camo over to see them yesterday. 25 000 soldiers in camp at present, daily visitors 1,000, Sundny vibitors Ken-tuckians to-d- ay 10.000. Three daily changes Beans, bacon and bread for dinner; bread, beans and bacon for supper; beans, baton and bread for breakfast. R. T. Buckler don't know right from left, so they drill him gee and haw. Creed says he had a good home, but left it. Major Fielder says he is good for ten Spaniards. George Thorpe is making a dirk to do the scalping act. 'Butch" Duncan is O. K. and very anxious to go South. Cale Shearer sings tho "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Davis says ' Just them that you saw Menu Card me." Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m., and 4 o'clock, p. m., the following propWillis, Nicholasville; Mayme Perry, erty, to pay the city taxes assessed Sue McKinley, Charloy Curry, Win- against same in the jcar 1S97. chester; Roscoe C.Tartar, Somerset; WHITE LIST. George Varden, Patti Ware, Or.i Slaughter, Paris; Nell Mershon, Wil- Ayers, Mrs. Nannie B 150 lie Traynor, Bollo Winburn, Richmond, Ballard, Mrs. llary A. hr's . . 1,000 PENNMANSHIP. Baxter, Mrs. Rebecca hr's . . 500 Fountain pen B. L. Middelton. JOO Brooks, J. J Mayme Perry, Margaret Hayes, Mary Clay, Launey 1,500 Feely, Winchester; Ellen Sprake, Cunuingham, Mrs. Lavinia . . 100 Sara Gnnnan, Rodney Quinby, Paris; Carr, Joe adm'r T G Hacker . 100 Sallie White, Willie Traynor, Nell Duncan, WS 5,500 Mershon, Richmond. Doty, C K 700 Farley, "W L DRAWING. 200 Set of instruments Perry & Thom- Green, J S (u r) 1,000 as. Josie Case, Maggie Bradley, Hicks, Fred adm'r Jas Hicks, Perry, "Winchester; Bert Mayme two years 050 n Clothier, Walter Griffin, Somerset; . Hall, Mrs Amauda 500 Buck, Bennett Thomas, Grey Hagerman, BC two years . . 150 Overhy, Paris; Beulah Oliver, Annie Mulfinger, A F 250 Kennedy, Sallie White, Richmond. Marcum, Richard two years . :i50 ENGLISH GRAMMAR. O'Neil, David Gold medal Douglas & Wines. Parrish, S D 2,400 Mae Shirley, Massie Johnson, Robert Rowland, Mrs MaryT 1,500 Ogden, Winchester; Emma Cox, Har- Smith, Win li Jr two years . . 2,000 rodsburg; Alma Rice, Stella Burns, Smith, John W two years . . . 1,300 Willie Traynor, Ricemond. Tudor, C W (n r) . 50 BEST PECLAMATIOX FEMALE. Walker, Mrs Susan B . . . . 3,300 Gold medal. Agnes Talbott, Cyn Wallace, C C com. D Turner . 300 t liiana. , . Wartham, Joe 100 Grace Deering, Nicholasvillo. White, John D two years . . . 1,100 Josie Bush. Winchester. Edna Jordan, Somerset. COLORED LIST. Pearl Friedman. Paris. Burgin, Mary hr's 200 Minnie Quinton, Harrodsburg. Burton, Steve 100 Mary Coyle, Richmond. Ballard, Winston two years . 250 BEST DECLAMATION MALE. 000 Gold medal. Howard Urmston, Cyn- Breck, Burgoyne two years . Burnam, J C 250 thiana, subject. Burgin, Martha hr's .'. , . . 200 Willis McMurtry, Nicholasville. Blythe, Sol 200 James Neale, Winchester. Benna, Charles 300 Parry Shy, Paris. Crutcher, George 250 John Litsoy. Harrodsburg. Carmachael, John 400 J. T. Bates, Richmond. Chenault, Tobo 200 BASE BALL GAME. 300 Medal. Richmond, ys. Harrodsburg. Cobb, Squire 150 sendg"out challonge for Campbell, Mat Jr Harrodsburg Cochran, Sarah two years . . 800 standing Broad Jump. Cornelison, Ed two years . . 150 Richmond for vocal quartette. Duncan, Ann 250 The railroads have made a one fare Donahey, Candis 200 rate for the round trip. Embry, Rebecca 250 All who enter contests will be enEstill, Nannie 150 tertained and as many others as possi- Francis. Edward . 150 ble. Gilbert, Amelia 250 The exercises will begin at noon Harris, Ben two years 200 Thursday, May 25th, when all visitors Harris, William 150 will be assigned Homes, and at 2:30 a Irvine, Sallie 450 march from Caldwell High School to Irvine, Ellen 150 Central University to witness a game Irvine, Joe . 250 of ball between C. U. and K. U. Jarman, Sarah two years . . . 600 Thursday evening music, Friday Miller, William 100 evening oratory, at C. U. Chapel, Miller, Martha J 400 25c 300 Athlptic Contest Saturday, admis- Miller, Harrison D Mltcnell, Mary 350 10c, sion Mildred, Morse 250 Lick of space forbids publishing the Morgan, Ann 150 entries in athletics. ' .Noland, G V ENGLISH COMPOSITION. Gold medal B. W. Turner. Maude Lu-cie- m$) vl lii wigtiiiuiub, juiiwus an a juress Jbmens we lead the town. li.i Ha o wnen visit the Uity don't fail to en- roll your name on our roster to fight high prict SS fe?i and cheap material. Remember we will pr.-'Sp- i test you in every purchase, large or small. 3-- Whit e - & - Gibson.it &i!ZSaxis:'' ?"-r'aIf- '5 ... AID. S.IVUtt. MANAGER. .... k Best $2.00 and $2.50 House in Louisville. ram I'M HHiSSSit Jffigiililtl BPBSllk mch2-6m ." 5S??K$K7R til ii BOTH QUALITY AND QUANTITY THE AEIV YORK HERALD ssys. "The Standard la the most satisfactory and most complete dictionary yet printed." a. u. WILKINSON, Ph. D., Princioal Examiner.- r U. S.- P.pn nm wiuaivf .jti,) IUsupcrioritj is nngnestioned ; I give it preference on all dlspnted points. It is the most pert Iict Jonarv ever made in The Standard D ct auj language." arv istnilvmaffn.f! THE FUNK & WAOSALLS It is certain to sjc "Its vocabulary is the sede all other ex.s: z, most encycloptdic ever dictionaries of ths Ercompiled." Tie lish language." PrA. H. Sayce. Oil. J University, Eng. words introduced "The Is the Favorite in the have run the gauntlet of Qovemment Printins Office. "We have np to the c " competent and discrimvent of The StasJJ inating scholarship." Dictionary relied r;r3 The Arena, Botton. Webster as our antler Government Printing Office. ity. The only t" i "In connection with the Washington, D March 2, 1698. Webster now has is pes etymologies irust be We have in constant C, in our room use session All new !!.- mentioned one of the an the modern dictionaries, but the tioniines will be Its very best pract ical imSr thoroughly thumb worn of all is Standard." Pres. D.H provements ths releTHE STANDARD. It is not only the Polytecim.; Cochran, gation of etvirological most accurate, cpnsUtent.and complete. Institute, Brooklyn information to modest THPK?-ffiB"To one who all hTs I fa "cellence makes it parentheses at the end long has been accuswTE among men engaged of the article. The simT fco , siaking. it i, tomed to turn w.th ple chango is so admirHundred J of useful words pleasure end confidence able, so truly jjopular, found in THE STANDARD whicE are to Webster, it Is hard that it is astounding it be found In no other publication of the to say it, bntthe simple has never been thought kind. c. Sf ROBINSON, truth is that The Standof and pat into play beForeman of Proof Division. ard leaves Webster far fore." Atlantic Month in tho rear." California ly, uoston. Christian Advocate. . Tn tnHiKn.. parisonls15,50",? u,beyond sum- tatlonyetdevisea.AtlanUcPMonthl:lolStoS. ,. . mmm ftofedl Ml323IJ) -- , c ....... . "up-to-dat- eJ Funk&Wagnalls Co., Publishers, 30Lafayette Place, Y. X Estrjiy Notice ! myut SADDLE STOLEN! Phelps, Georgo hr's Awarded Stone, Willis Highest Honors World's Fair, Stone, Irvine . ...... . DR ?UGET CREAM inter-societ- BAKING POMDffl HOST PERFECT WM) Ammonia. Alum or MADE.-V- . -- Smith, Cassio . Shepperd, Charles two years . J.UUU1H, iucso .' Tribble. Harry . . . . :. . . Tribble, John Taylor, Millie Tomlin, Harry -TerrilljtJames . White, James A two years . . White, Jas two years White, Roeo.Anu . White. Mary Wbeeloc, Liazle . . . . VihiaaiB,- - Sulhe twe && ...'..... . . ....'.... ...... ..... ...... . . . . . Walbr,'6Miil' wHj, jeanle 180S WiUIiwie. . kjin Gnpe Cream - of Tartar fWUr. anv nfhnr iifciWi irii.mmi (UlM.nrK. . . . .'.VjfiO .,.... ratgjiwjg? I fJjtyM,. . -- J!g.' . ago 400 t0q M2ndayJ Ma?2. a blood red stea;,2-year- s ?8S.tSn,ihl"C0nntyo Sunday, April old, dehorned and will weigh aboul70Olbs., flith Saddle, on county: wX'--? .Ut dark' a Mosby places witfi O W. mT in six on each of the owner can h,ive same ? Uct' , The o? bv timvtno. 1 nas inch stirrup JAMES HIQNI3HT; " liifitnd-.enders-' 150 laK charges. "tlrrups? A liberal Kings n, Ky. KiTen ,or return of same or inf 150 ? leading to recovery. apr27-- tt 150 BEN BOEK, Kingston. Ky. 150 150 CALL AT J 300 The City Con til, of Riehmofid, IJy., SCO 11 a reward onjwentyFlve 3qq fiveany inforraaa leading to DellaVs.i rmJoy for reoiveryof the the records of thJfeity ot RlehfflOBdfteBiTliBB 250 toMSe. CtATJDESMITH soo Clerk. 'SKlMf 150 SAL00M PARLOR 250 WHEN Dl TOWN. 875 150 150 tana Sp Ing, on e xwj, utRcrafW oow, Stttn3av. Aliril m. a t 300 wHh eye oijt. nt I ?e " i7iJmoata REWARD! mmm up-to-da- STRAYED OR rrot SMEN! iriBatawUlhfctartwiy I s i, BMfi-t- 1; Ilf ' m Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in "the city are dispensed oy and accommQ- te , MttM' Qawng- - clerks. ') " t li - a H 4 Y1AM Tta'aiMNMI ' ..! Bs- - im . HA .r",Ptaw, ttwm 1 mil. Uri JU M www-nfc- - , iwr feat for .for i bkiag PhoneS. ScbodSt. OBMOXD, - fAr,tJi ?&? . ' BrawgELH..t. J tat. vO- CL- t - m f l lvav K-3S- - irvnviy K-3- M t SW GOOD MORNING! Co.'s New Enquire Hat in all colors both in the Alpm and Derby, and their new line of Men's and Boy's Soft Bosom Shirts in style, quality and prices are a regular Dewey's Fleet. & Kl W. C. T. U. Mcollng. r- - V RtIK Tho Ladies' W. C. T. U. will meet la the library room, inthe Collins Building, at 4 o'clock, Friday afternoon. All members aro requested to bo present. Mas. Florida H. Pabhisii, President. $1.60 Wheat Here. 7R $ Douglas.aye Foa Heard The Latest Bright V) up-to-dat- Potts & Duerson, of Whites Station, wheat delivered at $1 60 per bushel. As the freight is about 12c per bushel tills makes a next income of $1.48. This wheat was bought last fall at about SOc. A sold to a Chicago firm two car loads of ittSKLONDIKE No use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no NU at Demand For Feeders. Their line of Men's, Boy's and Youths Shoes in Russia Calf, Yici and s Patent Leather; Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Oxfords and Slip- pers in Kid, Kangaroo, Yici and Patent Leather are e. Bargains! - Bargains! WILL BE THE BATTLE CRY THIS WEEK AT Wflffh Our Bargains! Watch Our Show Windows. 2M1: """ " fliiw WUUII ftinifnu-- c MM1UUM.. -- - - - TKmmmmmmmm'iammanmmmmmmKmw0mmnmimmmnmEKmBmmmmmmnam I'resh Fish dressed at tius'. The Proctor Knott, the best cigar. Strawberries received daily at Gus', ilr. Jas. Ueiinett is having erected ware-house The Richmond Climax. 18, " m0mmmP --- The high price of feeder cattle at the city stock yards is attracting much attention, says an exchange. Last week little yearlings weighing 600 to 700 pounds sold at $4.75 to $5, which were the highest prices paid in recent years. While farmers and feeders are paying these prices for cattle to co back to the country, the market was taking a lot of cattle for slaughthor at no better prices, which is a singular condition and one that should not be overlooked by the farmer in deciding whether or not he willgraze a lot of cattle. Reports from tho great cattle feeding sections of tho west are to the effect that cattle men who have been engaged in the business tor years, have announced their intention of quitting the feeding business rather than pay the present prices lor cattle for their feed lots, claiming that, at figures now asked, the risk of loss is too treat for the changes of profit. The fact that corn has dropped about four cents during the past four weeks will encourage a good many to take the chances, and it is claimed by not a few that $(5 cattle will he seen in the next few months. These estimates are based on a calculation of protracted war. digging out of musty corners. Notwithstanding the big advance in nearly uii uues 01 goous, we snau continue to give customers tne benehfc of our advantage of having bought largely before the advance. Don't Skip A Word Of this as it is money m 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 will do it, we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. I Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now offering pick and choice of our large second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $2.76 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods sell at 45 and 50c per yd. AVe are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at 1.69 per dress pattern. There is only a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't mies the chance to see theni. h all-wo- ol mcw complete line of Carpets ever stiovm in this city, we have everything you want in this line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the nnest Axminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you w ill want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back yard. You will alsn find a nice line of Mattings, Oil Shades and Lace Curtains in this department. We sell a Full Length Felt Shade Spriwg Fixture! at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors and white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c largt and most We have just opened and put on sale the We are showing all the new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc- - Ask for what vou want and you will get it at Lowest Cash Price. Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert Cloths, Denim, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to see them, prices are only Si to 14c per yd. In our Domestic Department you will fiud best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 3J to 4c per e Bleach Cotton yd ; Good soft finish 4Jc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from G toGicper vl ; 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleacti 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 Cottonades at lowest prices. yard-wid10-- per pair up. - ----- ---- ??- - ! - 1S9S. Ssyourhae'r i 3 a 3 Advertisements will be received by THE CL1 MAX with the guar- 3 antce that its circulation exceeds g until 3 that of any otherpaper published c in Richmond. o o a large, brick on Irvine Street. The Madison County Court of Claims met Momlav, but adjourned to-da- y. Oreen? hair growing? For green means growing. You can MAKEhair grozu by using "" OUK Is thoroughly "Tailored" not "SaWed-out- " y vr "yr -- w-ftv C. O S's only another ivay of asking, & yoor Rev. I. 1. Tiinberlake will preach C C Sundav morning and cxening at the Baptist church. and "glued together" any "old thing" on which to mark a cheap price. The only thing cheap about this kind of slothing is the price. 5pjt$ SP 52 i 33 5-- " o" our blioes there's more com fort to be found from wearing a pair oi onr shoes that, you can dream of and the money we will save you on each pair you purchasewill be a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair, Ladies' Dongo.a Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoes for $1.00 and $1.25. worth $1.50 and $2.00; Full line Men's and Boy's Heavy Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. FIT YOUR FEET Z x " ." n c" - " 2. o o o" E. pi 2- - " 00 - Ir. Hobson. Dentist. Proctor Knott Cigar. 171bs. Sugar $1.00 wall paper, paints, oils, fcc? If so, read ad. of Geo. M. Willgmg in this issue. Do you need Brooks' New Drug Stereoptican lecture on Southern Let Midkitf paint and trim your Africa, at Court House, Mav 24. Adult 35 cents, children 25. mayll-Gm- o carnage. Ballard & Dunn shipped a car load The state favorite, the Proctor of hogs to Cincinnati Monday, which cigar. Knott brought from 3 to 31 cents. Remember that June 3 Mill be DecSouthern Africa shown by stereop oration Day. tican views, at the Court House, May 1 C. JlcWilliams, of Whites Sta24. Adults 35 cents, children 25. tion btill remains very low. The It. X. I. & B. will sell tickets Wages A Cohen shipped a car to Louisville Thursday, May 19. at one bird of horses to New York Thursday. fare for the round tiip, account KenThe best fcinoker, the Proctor Knott tucky Oakri. cigar. Mr. Streng has declared war If you want a corn planter se the against prices on hats, clothes, shirts, new Haworth at D. 13. Shackelford & trunks, valises, etc. Sec his proclaCo.'s. mation in ad. columns. Before selecting your spring suit. I have the best and cheapest road call ou Chas. Jacobs' the Main Street wagon on the market. tailor, S. L. Midriff. Lard, pure loaf, 7o a lb. at Gus'. W. II Watts, salesman, may Uig crowd is expected in town tomorrow, being the first show of the Lieui. Vestal has appointed Jenseason. nings Greenleaf cleik in tho quarterIJillard & Dunn bought from Wm. master commersary department at Todd, of Paiut, Lick a bunch of ship- Lexington. The position "pays $50 per month. ping hogs at 31. Bananas 10c a dozen at Gus'. Rev. I 13. Tiinberlake, will be Oranges 20e a doz. home and preach at the Baptist church u the 5th Sunday. The Climax is in receipt of a letter of buggies before th'S week from Mr. W. II. Sale, who Midkiir'sline enclosing jou buy. All work guaranteed. W. resides nearSherman, Texas, paper for his subscription for the innyll.-GmH. Watts, salesman. another year. We are glad to anThe local option in Harrodsburg, nounce to Mr. Sale's many friends in Tuesday, resulted in a majority of 84 this county that we learn from his votes in favor of the wets. letter that he has secured a pleasant Wm. Todd of Paint Lick, sold to home about seven miles southwest of Covington, Arnold & Bro., 1.000 bush-f-l- d Sherman, and with all of his family with him is prospering. of wheat at $1.20 per bushel. io at Gus'. J. J. Brooks' Store. new store is both an ornament and a credit to Nicholasville. The store room, which was formerly occupied by G. A. C. Hutchison, has been fitted up in an exceptionally fine manner, having handsome diow cases, attractive fixtures, etc., all of the wood work being in cherry. Jessamine Journal. Hard Blow to The Country When These Volunteers Were Rejected. IN Our New Spring and ummer Our Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things for our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at $2.48 per suit. We are showing several styles in beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at $.".9S that are cheap at $7 50 ; when you see our $5.00 and $6.00 suits you will agree with us that we save you from $2.50 to $3 50 on a suit as they are worth from SS.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. We sell Boy's Knee Pants at 15c per pair. We have a " o2 ra -- o s n i . 2 1 ; s 5e: IS 3- - Wear Clothing. Clothing made with care and thought to give the wearer A cigarette smoking dude isn't fit for anything on earth and very little in perfect satisfaction. It's surprising how "much good" can hell. Those who have screwed their be put into clothes and sold at the prices we name: courage up and enlisted in the aimy are being rejected by the surgeons $6, $8, S10, S12.50, S15 and SIS.'W right along, fully 90 per cent, being proNo matter what price suit you buy here, you are getting nounced unfit for duty. The other rejections are comparatively small. more real values for your money than elsewhere. well-earne- Represents Modern Tailored Ready to yfWS just opened a handsome lino of the Mrs. Jane Hopkin's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, they are made Double Knee and Double Seat, warranted not to rip, the boy's pants of this kind running up to 15 years old. Boy sizes are only 49c per pair. all-wo- - " O an O zz. 51 - vs! m O 2. 2 C O 5 X a O -3 Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair; Ladies' searrless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seairless black hose Sc a pair; our 2c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seamless box 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless so-- Sc; our lOctlack sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere; Children's ribbiKt hose sizes 6 S, 5c a pair; Children's seamonly Sc. We are show ing a less ribbed hose beantiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe Hosiery for holies' and children, also all the new novelties. Kid curlers large size 5c a bunch, white rose cabinet hairpins the best 5e each, curling irons? 5c, men's garters 10, 15 and I9c. ladies' garters silver and gold buckles silk web 25c, tooth brushes 4. 5, S and 10c, children's suspenders d spools any size 10c, embroidery san silk 5c ef ch, hairpins lc a boq, good pins ic a paper, needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each, white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children Ic 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. ? 6-- 8 100-yar- NP Aj2fftfi 500 of We will put on sale at once ono lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century Corset worth SI 00 elsewhere, our price SOc as long as they last. 3 " O a o 5 p 3 S IT'S AL.L. 1.N THIS mUCK' ilost merchants figure tn see how much they can gft for an article, we figure to see how cheap it can l sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash" -- d W.D. OLDHAM & COMPANY Stanford Journal. Ladies Help The Soldiers. The Red Cross Society of Richmond has been called on to donate to the soldiers a number of bags containing such small articles that are needed by them in case of slight wounds and breakerage in their clothes such as needles, thread, coat plaster, etc. On Friday night the Patriotic Women of the city will give an enter- Covington r.s Mitchell, PROGRESSIVE CLOTHIERS. Of lr Nature CUBAN OIL cures Cuts, Burn, Bruises, Rheu- may be best to renNeeds assistance it der it promptly, but one should remem- matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. ber to ue even the most perfect remeSold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. dies only when needed. The best and O. White. most simple and gentle remedy is the Only the morbid mind is on the Syrup of Figs, manufactuied by the lookout for sights. Fig Syrup Co. Caliorniaf When Interest to Tobacco Growers. tainment for this purpose. Knight Templar Excursion. A. Gullion, of the Carroll-to- n Democrat, acting for the tobacco growers of Carroll county, is addressing Cure all liver Ills, biliousness, liealache, sour stom ach, indigestion, constipa tion. Tlier act easily, with out pain or gripe. SoldbyalldruKfdsts. 25 cents. The only H1U .o take with iJood'i Samaparilla. Editor E. Planters , 4 a a aikaakaiakakAakakaiiakaiAaiaLakKa.afcakKiKiA&&iaBKaiakkkK eaaaoaaaaA a . J o never used any pills in my family to purify and enrich his blood during fortj-- years of house keeping Attention, Ladles. nnd give him vitality and vigor. is show day in Richgave such satisfactory results as that This condition of weakness and lack of All those desiring the latest things mond and the press throughout the The Lexington Herald has this to a laxative or cathartic" Douglas & Burgin to Nave Two More Papers. energy is a natural consequence of Wines. & btate speaks in high teims of tins show. in ready mado dress shirts, hosery, the coming of warmer weather, Tho Burgin Printing Company have say of Cooper Co.'s shows, which are The woman with a baby and the which finds the system debilitated notions, muslin underwear and hat. purchased a newspaper plant to be lo- billed to exhibit here Thursday, 19th : Gus'. Lion Coffee 10c a !b. at and the blood impure. call at once on Miss Tempie cated in Burgin, says tho Harrodta "Cooper & Co.'s opened theirfour days' woman without aro always sorry for Should A good spring medicine is a necessity may4-3- t Jim Watts was given the decision Oldham. engagement to a largo and well pleased each other. with almost everyone. Hood's burg Sayings. They expect to publish f...,i i.i- - ;, over aim lansii'K " nu enlarged their is what the millions take From an Old Soldier. Realistic Scenes ol Africa. a local paper for Burgin to be known audience. They have in the spring. Its great power to the third round at Louisville, WednesMessenger. The first show considerably since their visit Knox, Ind., Jan. 14, 1S97. Prof. Shearer will lecture at the Court as tho Burgin purify and enricti the blood and day. here last year. Many new and novel Gents: I have every confidedco in build up health is one of the facta of House on Tuesday evening. May 24, number will appear about the twen- acts were introduced among them be recommendinK your Syrup of Pepsin. mayll-lD. 13. Shackelford & Co. wish to common experience. tieth of this month. They will also subject Southern Africa, illustrated in their wonderful I am 72 years of age and am broken thank the people for their promptness with powerful stereoptican. paper cal- ing "Tho Adults later publish an agricultural tho trouble having Praise not a servant too greatly lest break-awaladder act; theParent-Brodeldi- a down, my experience in thebeen Lought in placing their orders for Ueering 35 cents, children 25. on by war. Your he be puffed up and masterful; nor led the Kentucky Farmer for general act gymuasts; medicine has done me more good than a Harvesters. circulation. Mr. W. T. Ewing, of HarSpecial to Danville. trio in triple trap- hundred doctors and I am just about too little, lest he bo discouraged. the rodsburg will be the business manager. L. & N. will bell excursion tickets burlesque Chinese well of stomach troubles. eze; The R. N. L & B. will run a special From a Methodist Preacher. Yours trulv, Jeffehson WmiELsr. to Bowling Green on May 23 and 24, base ball game at Danville The Second an Unlucky Day in This Family. ladder act; also Mile. Lulu and her may4-lAt B. L. Middelton. Grand Army to the great Clav City, Ind., Jan. 12, 1S97. good returning May 28. To horse Topsey, that does everyThe 2d is an unlucky day in tho his next Saturday between C. U. and CenPepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. Encampment. He who gathers no wisdom from Gentlemen: It affords me great tre. Leave here at 6:05 return at 8:30. toryof the Masters family who reside thing but talk. experience has no future pleasure to speak in praise of your most Baldwin. Cooper & Co.'s Show have reduced $1.25 raund trip. Go. near Effect of The Cold Spell. excellent medicine. I have' suffered ChilWoodson Masters' son Albert, was the admission price this year The need of a good Spring deal irom sick Home Made Fly Screens. H. F. Hillenmeyer, the Lexington is almost universal and Hood's Medicinea quite a great sedentary habits headache, Sarsapa-rillonly 10 cents. on the 2d by born on tho 2d. and killed dren under 10 years of age and slugthe result of discussing the late exactly meets this need. Be sure gish liver and bowels. Your remedy Douglas & Turpin are agents for the a runaway horse. His barn burned on meteorologist, in Adults 25 cento. nearly every to get Hood's. says: best patent fly screens ever brought corrects these troubles and my head2d and his house burned on the 2d. cold spell Chas. Jacobs, the fashionable Main to this marect. Fit to either door or the May we have just such conditions, but desFidelity is the conservative preserver aches are stopped. J. C.E.Boose. F. Master's home was twice Church. Pastor M. Street tailor, is turning out the hand- windows guaranteed or no charges E. being on the 2d. in the last half century serious loss has of type, custom and race. troyed by fire, both SoldatB.L. Middelton. may4-lsomest suits ever seen in Richmond. made and reasonable rates. mayls-2- t only occurred three or four times. In He was brought to the Infirmary here S. M. Geary, Pierson, Mich., writes: Examine his samples. 1&15 there were three sweeping frosts Silent people are misunderstood, "De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is curon the 2d and his son, Mack, who Coopers & Co s Show each, ing more piles here in May, just one week between than all and thev deserve it. Patriotic meeting at the Court Be joined the army last Sunday, was born Will be in Richmond one on tho 15th swept off wheat, other remedies combined. It cures but the WiiE bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, House Friday night, War Songs and town early so you will not miss the on the 2d. corn and all fruits and tender growth. eczema and all other skin diseases." candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c speeches, under the Auspicious of iu Meeting, Industrial may51yr Grand Street Parade which takes In 1850 the frost on May 1 injured fruit Douglas & Wines. the Patriotic Women of the towa. A mass meetinc was Iieiu at tne but not grain. In 1S62 the May frost place at 11 o'clock. Bring the chilIf Nature were to disclose her sehabits are our presOur The L & N. will sell round trips dren to see the pretty Ponies, Dogs, court house Friday night to promote killed all small grain and everything crets man would have the audacity to ent tendencies. tickets to Cincinnati and return at one Monkeys and the old Clown they will the business interests of Richmond. tender. In 1881 while it was not a May patent her inventions. fare for the round trip, enjoy it. and The meeting was addressed by Gov. J. frost everything was in growth just as and Eczema. Tetter, Dig down to cause of your sickinclusive, on account of May 24 to 28 B. McCreary, W.B. Smith and W,T. now. The wheat blackened considera- ness, if you wantthe get well and stay Dr. Wilraore Paralyzed. to The intense itching and smarting inciHarris, the later was made Chairman of bly, many farmers plowed it down and well. Most likely it's indigestion. dent to these diseases is instantly allayed May Mudic Festival. Dr. C. S. Wilmore, of Kirksville, was appointed Eye and poisons Evaporated peaches 3 lbs. for 25c n.iralvzed last Friday and owing to the meeting, whereupon hewhose duty planted corn, but those that had faith Til e irritatinglett in tne ot fermenting, bv applying Chamberlain's bad sases stomach by in- Skin Ointment. Many very a corresponding committee, crops. The year will be re putned food, at Gus'. his advanced age, 75 years, he is not will be to confer with parties desiring made fair digestion, cause headache, neuralgia, have been permanently cured by it. It membered by its visitation of the army nervousness, dizziness, stomachache, is equally efficient for itching piles and Mitchell, of Mt. Sterling, was expected to recover. He is the father John highly to locate in this city and also to select worm, which was especially destruc- nausea, irritability, and all the other a favorite remedy for sore nipples; placed in jail at that place on the of the late John W. Wilmore, a symptoms ol indigestion. chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites such enterprises as may be of benefit tive in this county and Bourbon." charge of killing his wife by striking respected merchant of Kirksville, and to Richmond. The committee ia comTuey also cause many pains anu dis- and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per oox. Wilorders which are often laid to other Woman's Christian Temperance Union. her witn his fist. His little daughter also Misses Lizzie and Maregaret posed ot the following gentlemen: Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, aro cause and henco aro not easily cured. witness, and she unwaver- more, two most estimable young ladies is the only The Woman's Christian Temper- But as soon as tho poisons arerenfoml, just what a horse needs when in bad Messrs U. W. Miller, Milo Shanks, S. sympathy of a host of to whom the purifier ingly convicta him. F. Bock, Sam Bice, A. E. Carse, C C. ance Union, of the 8th District will hold all theso symptoms and disorders dis- condition. Tonic, blood not food and but They are now a full line of friends goes out in this sad hour. Smith, J. B. Stouf-fe- r. its annual convention in Lancaster, appear, because there is nothing left to vermifuge. Wallace, J. Speed I have on hands cause them. Nothing succeeds in this medicine and the best in use to put a New L. & N. Time Card. Johnson, Thos. Covington, May 17th to 19th inclusive. high grade buggies, carriages arid road Buck like Shaker Digestive Cordial, because horse in prime condition. Price 25 U. Convention will open Tuesday night itprevents the undigested food from fer- oenta per package. wagons at lowest prices. A new time card went into effect on W. H. Douglis. W. B. Smith, J. S. L. Midkiff. with a grand gold Demorest medal menting in the stomach and helps the the L. & N. Sunday. The morning Phenault and A. S. Coyle. In tho whirligig of time some one salesman. heretoWTm. H. Watts, Contest, both musical and oratorical. stomach to digest its food. 10 cents to must take tho dust. Lei Richmond Do Hersell Proud. train north leaves at 6:25, as Sold by druggists, price mayll-GmOn Wednesday and Thursday nights $1.00 per bottle. fore; south bound train for Livings , Three hundred pupils from six towns A Great Book Free! delivered by Mrs. Co. say they ton leaves here at l:Oo p. m.; norm in the Blue Grass Harro'dsburg, Win addresses will be D. B. Shackelford Wise men eat their words; fools Beauchamp of Lexington Dr. P.. E. Pierco.jof Buffalo, N. When Cincinnati leaves at chester, Paris, Nicholasville, Somerset, Frances E. mvfi taken more orders for Deering bound train for them and hurl them out again. Y., published tho first edition of his Cincinnati and Stanford and Cynthiana will attend the Blue and Volney B. Cushiug, tho noted chew season than ever be 2:00 p- great work, The People's Common Harvesters this orator from Maine. A Good Opinion. at 11:25 Sense Medical Adviser, lie announced which looks as if the farmers ex ovr.mss. south bound, leaves formerly Grass Tournament in Richmond on fore An interesting day program has been Garrett, Ky., May 3, 189S. J. M. want the p m.,(last two trains were that after CS0.000 copies had been sold interesting program the May pect a big wheat crop and which everybody is invitof this place has a good opinion of at the regular price, $1,50 per copy, the it with. bv wav of Livingston). The Rich- appears in this issue of the Climax. prepared to run best machine to handle the famous medicine, iioou s eareapa-rill- profit on which would repay him for mond" and Maysville accommodation, The point is this: These young visitors ed. silrerbuck'.es and is among those who are prais- the great amount of labor and money from each union Kentucky editorsaid full representation south bound, arrives at 7:20 p in. ing it in the highest terms. He says expended in producing it, he would dis are the very pick of their respective were becoming fashionrble on garters, in the district is earnestly requested. itnas been used in his family as a tribute tne nexi uau iuiihuu ircu. n.a schools, the prize winners at home m Found an Indian War Ax. Delegates and visitors, should secure blood purifier and appetizer with ex- this number ofcopies has already beeu hoped to see more of them. His and he contests which are to be finally is now giving away, absolute; fnr divorce, and tho only Wm. Murl. AVho lives on the Cole all the certificates from the agent when pur- cellent results, and has relieved his sold, he500,000 copies of this mo3t comto .t.wo .;tiTii. lmckl(s , noi.f. nf Rrpa.- decided here next week. Now let ub t u.i o.v. .. i to Ladcaster, showing wife of nervous headaches,many which ly free,interesting and valbible common jOUr um chasing tickets 7" mountain, woman in town who years. plete, these future statesmen and she had been subject for edi-- ; where that noted Indian stone fence is entertain queens of America. The that full fare has been paid oneway, sense medical work ever published Itr on her garters cowhided the poor - uncrowned d j located which was built by the first setthe recipient only being required' to in order to entitle them toa he was raw as a potato. tor until pupils of Caldwell High School will fnm rutfi nn 'return ticket. TUBS. Vhen a thing is hard to endure, mail to him, at above address, twenty-nri' t era of tins country ior a " (2H one cent stamps, to cover cost m .?oi train'carrvintr the Tie-take charge of over half tho visitors, something harder may como to make of tho j, discovered grave of one of theaucien giving our citizens the opportunity to MayRTTattebson, Dist Pres. of mailing only, and the book will be partment Commanuer fnu ; ng into it found it easier. It is a vpritablfc mediMns. Robert Euci?? , Cor. Sec. sent - . nnd after Xentucky G. A If" . IPHVe biJC JU. w r ...1I n.umn'n human ontertain the others. Inform Prof. yet relief is cal library, complete In1 one volume. .. not long, a number 01 we" S'E.Park,Sharonj Wis., writes: "I Oue Minute is that time by theuseof Oontaiue iOOS PaRes, profuSeljriUofr May 25 or b&fore, how many N. depot iorJJOwiingo, ecu " in half tone war ax. jtj,ad per- - Clark by d Free Edition iapreewely your home. Also have trieaDeWitt'H Witch Haaej Salve obtained in Cure. Jtpreyent on Tuesday, May 23, going and it always stops One Minute Cough uiekly .cares solas, Crated. The. tnat i.i-.- nxceptoniy many a fee and Ihisbrnve, vrui nan entertain. n the same a3 eonwmptioa,.and at the dfepesa 0 tbe for 'itcbigiles' putTour carruw Till leavineluIsvilleontLe.Born-jhapstwo minutes, rdpnBWer aron that thebeoka are in OfJ CM&.maaiU '.JSaiUMi to ,.Jkit!,.'',;c;tr.ra nt iilB them in TTawd Salve tha jrreateefc croup, brohchifcfc,? pneumonia, S wePoa MM In of the 34th from Broadway station , n.vun wiiiahti, ivr wri 'ioetaftd r. ; ?' ion iiirpA. hero 4i --"" ---" no ippe ana i( Hgf .. r:rl.i.r..fc - - --.r r :f. ru . jArfWUM' i trams. ,r t for Bowlii Green. Tinei 1 s, .Douglas wmft , i- wwewuwM j !! r KBjajlll3IlHNlV. exe M Woiwm Ww nmcni nmu; w ri H trip. mK One fare . . w a letter to every county in Kentucky, A special train of sixty Knights and asking tobacco growers to call convenladies from Lebanon with the Rich- tions. The conventions are to discuss mond Military Band enroute to the "'the grave situation arising from the stopMaysville State Encampment, gigantic trust of tobacco manufacturped here yesterday and paraded the ers." The letter declares that Kenstreets, making a fine show. The tucky farmers are bound hand and Madison Commander met the train foot by the proposed trust and its ruinwith carriages and escorted the visi- ous prices. A Kentucky State conventors around the city. Prof. Minier and tion of growers will be held at Louisour band boys were in front in their ville, July 13. blue coats and white duck caps and Many New Features. trousers. Rills Everybody Knows e... R Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the Homely truths aro like home remNever let the riht hand know what ediesapt at times, hut applied upon finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly every occasion, whether they fit the made. the left hand doeth badly. Beware of a man when he begins to case or not. S. C. P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., disparage himself. writes: "I ha-used De Witt's Little A Man Who is Tired Early Risers ever since they were inEverybody Says So. All tho time, owing ro impoverished troduced here and must say I have Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonshould take Hood's Sarsap-arill- a blood, e HBB? -- O ..ao .o 9 8 3 "e Who quotes prices which show immis- takbly that he is offering the greatest Bargains in the Git)'. Our Suits derful medical discovery of tbe age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tbe entire system, dispel co ds, cure lieadacbe, fever, habitual constipalion and biliousness. Please buy and try a jox ; 0, 2T, 50 cents. Sold and of C. C. C. y guaranteed to cure by all druggists. 1 "". la ELifo is a combination of which the secret is not given. piai4ANUBIAN Iwlllvl v sia, Constipation m r gestion. Regulates the Liver. TEA cures Dyspep- - Ty-Bell- s" Sold by Perry & Q. White. and Irdi- Price, 25 cts. Thomas, successors to W. at OUR HAVE NO EQUAL. y" The mundane world is conducted on four-broth- er the defensive plan. Don't Tcbacco Spit and Smois Tour Life Away. Trover-Richar- ds Frisco-Trave- r, SUITS AT ?PJ .eJV wool, well made and are standard as heretofore. We have all-wo- ol $7 CAAre all $ S.00 9.00 10.00 g won-dorf- ul m If you waut to quit tobacco using caiily and forever, bo made well, strong, magnouc, full of new life aud vigor, take tnat makes weak n en tbe wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. of your Over 400,000 cured. Buy druegist, under guarantee to enre, 50c or $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Chieaeo or New Vo rk. Uneasy lies Uie head that weani a falsehood. bowels. Suits at f that are worth dollars more. See our Children Suits at $ 1.00 1.25 1.50 Cascarets stimulateliver, kidneys and Never sicken, weaken or gripe. mavl-l- y m 10c If you want to see great values. Our to-da- y pre-existe- nt one-thir- d Salt-Kheu- m appetite good; your digestion perfect. To purify your blood and build up health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. This mediciue has accomplished remarkable cures of all blood diseases. It is tbe True Blood Purifier. power to Hood's Sarsaparilla has make you well by purifying and enriching your blood, giving you an appetite, and nerve, mental and digestive aprl3-lstrength. The seed is stronger than tho scil. m False alarms create false securities. April Wisdom. Be sure that your blood is pure, ycur L) oi Shoes Are hm For Standard of Escdlssse. ! OUR S1.25 SHOES Are all solid leather. Must be seen to be appreciated. OUR That will be an e3Te-open- er 51.50 BOY'S SHOES to you. You need a Hat and can't afford to let our all Fur Hat well-kno- 10 CENT WINDOW !i ass 4 n- -t S t Ut t--t Pass you by in a number of styles and colors. Our hats at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, are such that you usually pay a great deal more money for. At $1.00 I SHADES a co cuS o t aab cj.CJ oS How are you fixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Eixings we show an elegant line at prices that any one can afford to buy. "; Tin-da- ll 8; a, ,h . Then we have a good Clotth Shade for 25 cents, and on tip in prices. We make to ordbr , Shades in all colors ana widths at city prices. have just received a large as sortment of stock shades. Jl Call and see .them, ask ior i -- .e i Trunks and Valises In lauge quantities. Give us a call if you want to save money. - ZTl -'--- ,., .. u. 13- - one-thir- p. prices. Wall-Pape- r, K post-pai- d. h"'v" -U Window Shades, Paints, Glass. n De-wit- ts WJUr :- -- i.. f.tlT04 :" "c" 'i ..,.,. niw tr.... 1 1 w?Vl?' . uujb.- jiHrwvfwr? ' jk -- GHOfiawILLGtSTG, ,1! V. ' i - m r I ' H..hm yu. . , Mm CbUfer, Tk Fanakc-Tw J STRENG, k Star, Tit alMr. N v"i c ,,-,- WWMWK M.m.,,ni ' " sp h pi i IS ; 'i r 15 '5s "'ill ". r Br 'N Who cm ttliJr of lose simple thisg to latent? Protect yoor tdea: th may TorlBejoo wKh. CO- - Potest AUor. Write JOHN "WKDDEKBtrRN 'Whlnrula. O. C for tfcrlr mtiHit ol two hundred IhtcoUocsSl9u prlxe offer ad wanted. Wanted- -n Idea Notice to Creditors! All parties having claims against the estate of B. I. Price, deceased, will present the same to tiie undersigned, properly verified on or before June 1st. 1838, or they will be barred. All parties indebted to the estate will call and settle on or before said date and savo costs. M. M. P3ICE, aprtrt-TDB C. II. V AUGHT. J Aam w " Si Rita 1, 1897. J In Effect March DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort Arr Elkhom . . . 630 . 6 15 .. a.ta. Switxer. Stamping Ground Duvalls - 44 Georgetown.. Lve Georgetown. Arr Newtown. . . Centreville.. Elizabeth .6 51 . .702 . 8 00 8 12 p.ro. 300 320 332 358 430 3 48 4 15 70S 720 82S 8 40 - Paris - . 822 . 4 42 4 52 4 58 5 10 WEST BOUND. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth Centreville Newtown- - - . Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Duvalls. Stamping Ground Switxer - ElUiom. Frankfort 9 48 .10 00 10 40 ..10 55 11 10 11 25 11 35 11 a.m. 920 932 938 p.m. 530 5 42 5 48 5 5S 6 10 6 30 6 41 6 48 6 59 7 06 w C. D. BEBCAW, Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. CL-ruhI- and Okn Riilway. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Acoom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Aecom. New York Limited F. F. V 6 55 7 30 3 00 50 am am pm pin EAST BOUND. 9 15 am and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express run daily except Sun-daAccommodation trains Other trains rnudaiH Through sleeping and dining car service to ! York. For information, rates crslecperreervations K. IIOOD, Agent L.&.X.R?., caU on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. . A. C. & O. Ry.. Lexington. Kv. D v. EASIER THAN Ml 9 25pm 8 18am 7 45pm . 8 20pm 8 45am 4 45pm 3 45pm 9 2Upm road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibnled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Cur for California, Arr Lve Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- Le Louisville every Arr Memphis Friday. Thursday New Orleans Friday New Orleans Friday Houston Saturday San Antonio Saturday Elpaso Sunday Los Angeles Monday San Francisco Tuesday In one uf our neighboring towns, on last Suuday evening at 8 p. in., as the bell tolled tue bonr for evening services, a yonriK lady and gent entered the doorway of tho 11. E. church South, and he in a very gallant manner escorted the fair maiden down tho aisle to the choir corner and iound her a peat, seating hirnsolf beside her. When services began she, as organiut, heated herself at the organ, and as tho soft mellow strains of tho beautiful hymns pealed forth this "charmiug EXCELEN'CE OF STROP OF HCS admirer" places his eyes upon thu is du not only to the originality and face at the organ and muses to himsimplicity of the combination, hut also self, "Am in Fairyland ?" After the to the care and skill with which it is text had been read and the impressive manufactured by scientific processes sermon eloquently delhered by the known to the California Fia Svkcp pastor, a brother was called on to oiler Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the a prayer. Tho audience, with bowed true and original remedy. As thti head and listening ear, was deeply in genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured terested, while this "beau," with his by the California. Fig Co. eyes fastened upou the fair smilonty, a knowledge of that fact will ing face at his side, slowly closed the assist one in avoiding the worthless eyelids down and with a happy smile imitations manufactured by other parphtying upon his lips, ho is in ties. The high standing of the Calioi dreams." The prayer fornia Fio SrKUP Co. with the medi- the cal profession, and the satisfaction continued in fervent tones and "amen" which the genuine Syrup of Figs has said aloud, but our "hero" sleeps on given to millions of families, makes bethe name of the Company a guaranty with this otic "fair one" so vividly of the excellence of its remedy. It is fore him. Again the pastor delivered far in advance of all other laxatives, a few remarks and the benediction is as it acts on the kidneys, liver and pronounced and some one is heard to bowels without irritating or weakenbe snoring. Ah ! the fa'r maiden ing them, and it docs not gripe nor looks on in wonder. She touches him nauseate. In order to get its beneficial gently and says, wake up! Yet he effects, please remember the name of does not move, and she places her rubthe Company bers upon her dainty feet and looking CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. upon the ''sleeping beauty" for an inSAX FUANCISOO, CbL stant, she loudly calls, come, let's go NEW TOXtK. N.T- LtinsviLLE. Kt. home, the congregation is leaving. He Jan5-l- y jumps up somewhat Ftartled, yet half asleep, ho murmurs that "fair, sweet face." He says to her, may I put your rubbers on? No, I thank yon, but I have them on. You wake up and let us hurry home. As they step outside the church door she asks: How did you enjoy the sermon ? What portion of it I heard was very good, but my . LOUISVILLE, KY. dreams were far sweeter as "one fair face" was so vividly Defore me. He escorts her home and after bidding her "goodnight" he gropes his way through American the darkness and the cold, drizzling rain until lie comes to his own home, and is 60011 reposing upon his downy bed with this "fair face" now only in imagination before him, and he falls The Ladies' Restaurant is the asleep and continues his dreams. finest in the city. When at a late hour he is awakened by Every convenience for ladies the sunbeams dancing with the happy spending1 the day in the smiles upon his face. At S:30 a. in. finds him in his place of business cit Many times through the day his friends call in and after making their Gentlemen's Cafe on purchases they ask, were you out at Office floor. church last evening? Ha, ha! "Why, MUSIC : Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday yes, didn't you see me there? I evening. didn't see you but I heard you snoring, was the sarcastic reply, and as you THOS. A. MULLIGAN, woro awakened from your slumbers I decl-l- v MANAGER. heard you murmur something about a fair face." "Bum." plf A Fair Face. DELAYED. THE AUTHORS AND WRITERS' UNION. CORRESPONDENCE. KWGSTOK Dr. Willmore, of Kirksville, was tho guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Cox, last week. Mr. J. Nathan Elliott will give a swell entertainment at tho close of his school, May 20. Mrs. Matt Moore, of South Elkhorn, near Lexington, is visiting relatives nnd friends here. "No time for loaGng now. for the women are busy house cleaning and the men bnsy planting corn. After a pleasant visit to friends at Louisville, Dr. and Mrs. Martin returned to their home last week. ALL. WOMEN Should know that tbe "Old Time" Remedy, hh dn?s Perhaps tho greatest difficulty that young and inexpertneed writers or those without a widespread acquaintance and reputation, have to overcome, is tho knowledge of how and where to sell their stories. This class of writers, no matter how great the merit of their work, have it umtinally returned to them, ever accompanied by that sickening explanatory remark : "Wo regret that your contribution is unavailable for our publication." The writer then generally swallows the lump of disappointment that rises In his or her llnoat. and tries another publication, and then another and another, but like the "cat," tho manuscript always comes back Finally, unless his or her norvo and bo unusually strong, the manuscript finds a last resting place iu tho burning grate-fire- , aud the hopes aud dreams of apossible great author are blotted out forever. Why does this state of affairs exist? Tho writer cannot answer this, for the reason that in nine cases out often they live in the country towns, and know absolutely nothing of the methods of metropolitan periodicals ill accepting stqrits for publication. It is but another illustration of the truth that one man or woman can't havo. all kinds of talent. Whitney invented the cottongin and died a poor man; but tho man who "pushed" this great invention became a millionaire. Whitney Had the brains, but the other fellow had what is fast becoming a necessity in this age the knowledge of how to mako money out of other people's brains. The writing of a good story is a matter of genius; the disposal of it generally, a matter of experience and information. What is a good story for one periodical may not be for another. The fiction found in one magazine generally has an individual flavor we shall call it, that would cause its rejection by another. A story that would be acceptable to Harper's Magazine, iu nine cases out of ten, would be refused by McCIure's; one that would suit the Cosmopolitan would bo returned by the Ladies' Homo Journal, and so on throughout the entire list of publications. There are all kinds of periodicals and all kinds of stories, aud a writer w ho succeeds in getting his stories accepted without from a half dozen to a dozen trials is, indeed, a rarity, unless, of course, he or she have a wide reputation. Suitability is, then, to tho editor the greatest essential in determining the acceptance of a story. But thero are others. Though often denied, editors look with distrust on the work of unknown writers, aud unless the manuscript is well recommended it is not likely to be read beyound the first page. To sum up, then, the reason so many really gcod writers give up the hope of making literature the means of livelihood, or, at least, an increased income is because: First. They get discouraged having their stories returned to them, and quit before the right editor get hold of their manuscript. Second. They suffer the handicap of having no reputation. Third. Their manuscript may create a impression, no matter how good the story, simply because it is not absolutely flawless in grammcr and punctuation, and be tossed aside by the busy and impatient editor before a page be read. To overcomo these difficulties, which are the experience of every young and uutried author, au association of writers of the United States and Canada has been formed. It is called the Authoi's and Writers' Union and lias its main office at Chicago, Ills. The management of this Union has been placed in charge of writers of established reputation who have as well keen business ability. To this Chicago office all the contributions of the members of this Union are sent and theie examined. The management of the Union is in close touch with nil the periodicals published in the United States, and from long experience, knows exactly where the work of the various members is likely to be accepted. To these publications, then, the Union sends the uianscripts of stories, and thus the odium attacked to. the work of an unknown writer is removed, for the Union acts to the editor in the relation of a story syndicate. In Addition, if the manuscripts require slight revision and correction of gramatical errors, this is done by the Union, so that the stories may appear to the editors exactly as the work of writers of established reputation. Beyond doubt this Union is proving of eminent value to the inexperienced writers of the country, and it is freely predicted that the time is about here, thanks to it, when to have a story appear in a standard magazine will not appear to the youthful writer as an achievement surpassing any of tho labors of of the mythical Hercules. The Christian church had an increase in membership in 1897 of 40,000. A dollar in the fortune-teller'- s hand is worth more than tho fortune prediction you get for it. time-honored iilip Is tho best for Female Troubles. Corrects all Irregularities In Femalo Organs, should be taken for Cluar ol Life and before Planters "Old Time" havo stood the test for twonty years. Ppencer MMIclne Co., Mitdo only by New Chlld-BtrtCiat-tnnoog- TRYv 4-- mi I (ygta 10c. CANDY CATHARTIC Vdl mm Tennessee. Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises, Sores, "Ulcers, S.dtRheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price Uo cents per box. For sale- by Perry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors to W. declo-l- y G. White. Perry &. Thomas, druggists, successors to W. decS-lO. white. yr 25c. 50c. Si-ru- p 000M aiBin ac septs-j- y I .rVS lH ALL DRUGGISTS. ucfi Met. .HORTHA-A? S HI IIM.M Reported every Tuesday at noon by OELF-TAUOH- T study of the E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and Manual of P!ionographyt by Benn Pitman Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky." and Jerome B. Howard. A perfect EGG 01 to 7c in trade . BUTTER -- Choice country, 1015c. U KES WAX 20025c. DRIED FKUiT Apples bright, oc. WOOL Clear grease wool. lC13c; burry, 10015c; tub washed, 25c. CHEESE-Country, SEED-$1.5- 0$1 o$3 oj (( () ,!"' tJJttl"""""""" .j;;:: neseas9(i8i3e68e3ei0!)ssa39Ssc9e3ii9faM ::::::::::::;! !; tits;;? Ya ;.- :. LOUISVILLE T Q.) f ui Euopeupu!. Moiuustowx, Tenn, May fl, 1898. Edior Climax: As your paper is extensively read by the good people in Madison and .lack-so- n counties, whore I have spent the last two years. I ask a little space in your columns in order to reach quite a number of my friends to whom I am under promise to write. After leaving Bice' Station I came direct to Richmond. While in your city I visited the mammoth establishment of ft'. D. Oldham & Co. For polito attention and fair dealing no house in Kentucky can surpass it. After leaving Bichinond my next objective point was Morris-towTenn. I was glad to meet with so many of my friends in Hamblen county. The small pox scare has about "blown over" and everything points to a speedy return to normal conditions. Wheat is looking exceedingly well. Avast acieage was sown and the farmers are feeling happy. The fruit is not all killed as yet. The war spirit seems to be dying out considerably as the stern realities of war become more apparent. The world is full of patriots in time of peace. Cuban independence would have been declared long ago had no American held any Spanish bonds. "Consistency thou" art a jewel." What is the matter with your correspondent nt Alcorn? I have not received the Climax this week. Should havo received it Thursday. I don't want to miss a number if it can be avoided. M. G. Williams. The Cuban question and political is- Over 355,000 sold. Thousands have mastered it ; so can you. Sold by all booksellers, or we will scad with Phonographic Reader and Phonographic Copy Book, post-paifor $1 .25. Catalog and full information free to those who wish to investigate first. Send name on postal card. d, . OOJ" Ola.. 10c. CO. TIMOTHY CLOVER SEI:D-2.750. BLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, pure seed. $1$1.33. BEANS-- SI 00S1.50 per bu. IRISH rOTATOES-5Oc0$1.- 25. SHOULDER MEAT Cc. BA COX 710c. ped, Goe THE BENN PITMAN SYSTEM has for 44 years been the standard. Called by U.S. Bureau of Education " The Amer- 09. ican System." First prize, World's Fair. QBti.. The Phonographic Institute Co., 222 W. 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. !. . Or a. Do you need a Plow, piHlfflinfil IffiH BfflBfl A Harrow, A Corn Flanter, A Wagon, or oilier .mmwrnmuimn 'J : ..ogj ol We are sole ag;nts for the Celebrated Vclcan Chilled Plows, an! Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Steves and Tinware. Tin Roofing and Guttering a Spxlally. h Louis 503 1. kimi feb!5-l- 6tte, HAMS-801- Oc. No. West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J B. Willis' , Richmond, Ky. , on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8th, 1S98. ...; TAYLOR.. Bros. .".c ................ ..i.t....... ......... ......... ........... ...... ...01 -. otatteioteoiMtito9t0eesoo9aagiiiiHii ooceQeoosasiieeoeaaeeosaeesssiteeeaecaesaoo e ooao.... .- - - :- " ;: o n, " t" VlJ t By Old Established House Ulb Grade M an r Woman. returning every second Wednesday of each Richmonth. Reference every physician of y mond, Ky. act as Manager here and do office work and correspondence at their home. Business already built up and established here. Salary $900. Enclose stamped envelope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General Manaeer. 183 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., apt6-3First Floor. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE "k o k- - 5? JijM-l. ' ?M H TRUTHtx MnHIJRrH TnHiJ III - K, Midi ru-a- This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled b3r ice made from Anyone sending a sketch and description may whether s qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free Communlc-i-tlon- an invention Is probably patentable. strictly conUdentuu. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest acency for securintrpatents. Patents taken tbrouch Jlunn & Co. receive iptcial notice, without charge. In the Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. 131 Scientific American. A handsomely pure distilled water Richmond Ice Factob-t- he illntrated weekly. of any scicntlne lonrnil. Ter.ns, $3 r year: four months, tL Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & New York Branch Office, 625 F SU Washington, D. C. Co.35'8". 2S-2- ry 7 ESSHFree delivery, in any quantity, and on short BUMPS 2:04 3-- 4. RUBEXSTE1X2:05. 5 15pm Tin it Tie Trie Wi:t;r Eeste U fiMcrtii. ! Mi & kulm - NEW YORK FASHIONS. sues sink into iusignificanco with the man who suffers from piles. What he most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch notice. have found ilj best to tell the truth about thf hwe sell and when we do that it makes v.i: with competition. If instead of telling- the truth u. practiced what we have come to call diplomat-we would parade before the public some tifully polished lies, which, while they could not offend, would mislead you. But . dispense with diplomacy and tell the .straight truth, hence when we represent a shoe to $2, $3, or $4, or any other ou m.i depend upon it in fact you can count on always t ting" your money's worth at our store. Our low prices for standard goodi don t make us largeprofit, buttll.shw. "We pi-ic- Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. n. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Wii. Auord Keixond, A G. P. A., Lomsville, Ky. A. H. Hassos. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. FOR! 3Vrc, 2ac, lioTtva&o axvi 3.cddew bus.. 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A. 11 1 1 M 55 05 20 1 45 An Eminent New York Chemist nnd Scientist Mai es a Free OHer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wastinr awav, will send THREE FREE BOTTLK& (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thSusands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modem genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his American and European laboratories in thonsauo i jora those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung troioles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- 1 Valley View Nicholasville Versailles 605 620 6 31 6 5S 7 50 330 2 15' 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 A. M. I P. M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. W. H ADAMS. Superintendent. L. & M. R. R. DIVISION. In Effect Nov. 7. 189G. K. (3. Combination of red, white and.blue are all tho rage. Coat suits of royal and navy-blu- e retain their prestige. Flounces, put on pyramid-style- , ornament some dress skirts. Serage, Venetian and covert cloths, in gray, brown and tan, vie with ight woolens in popularity. A charming Russian blouse suits is of tan, with heavy cordings down the front and around tho bottom of the skirt, and with belt and undcrbodice of violet velvet. Ulouse and princesse gowns and odd skirts of poplin are quite fashionable. Some ginghams have a white cord stripe, and are much in demand for dresses entire, aud for separate waists. Madras is a material much favored for children's wear, and Best & Co. are making up no end of graceful little dresses of it. Tho stripes, check and plaids distinguishing this fabric are prettier than ever before; and in addition to its real beauty it possesses the best wearing and washing qualities. Very exclusive tailors patronize madras for their handsomest shirt waists. There is one variety which has a fancy stripe alternating with one of wee dots. There is a very Frenchy-lookifabric on tho market with a poplin weavo and moire markings over the surface. Moire effects are ubiquitous this year. They show up finely against both silk and dainty wool backgrounds. cape has fitted yoke A triple-fril- l lighter-wesolid-groun- d ng Hazel Salve cures piles. Wines. BELIEF Douglas & David R. Tevis, MANAGER. IleadacLo bad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain Pills. --tll.VfNIVJUt IN UNLUCKY HOURS. Common as is the superstition that Friday is the most unlucky of days and thirteen of numbers, the belief in CO J trial 2:231-- . ) 1 Phoae, 'JfelKIs Freeman Bros. X. 21. YOU Ti 8 Fust Stkftt. 9 unlucky hours is widespread on the Continent and in the East. Gambretta was so firmly convinced that certain hours of tho day are lucky and others unlucky that he would never commence any important .undertaking or 6tart on an important journey without consulting a famous reader of cards as to the auspicious hour; and President Faure, who was prudent enough to select a lucky hour for starting on his recent journey to Bussia, is said to share Gambetta's superstition. President Carnot was less credulous, and selected an unlucky hour for starting on the journey lo Lyons, why lie was assassinated by Casserio. The superstition is so common in Paris that cards tastefully embellished, and containing a list of "hours to be avoided," are extensively sold. SAM Eggs for Sale! .."BARITONE" 29461.. "Baritone" :s:s5&ij i sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:13, the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred up to now because his produce out race and Mrs. II. II. Colyer is now prepared to furnish out sell the produce of any other stallion living you the very highest production of Plymouth or dead. Baron Wilkes sired Rock Eggs at 50c for 15. Just half what you pav "Bumps" 2:01V Oakland Baron 2:09SJ for inferior eggs Orders filled, promptly and Rubenstein 2:05 Baron Dale 2:11 '4 delivered to any firm in Richmond. Nydia Wilkes 2:11 i Rachel 2:03li Itespectfully, Baron Rogers 2:03V Baronet 2:11", mch23-3MRS H. II. COLYER. Baron Dillon 2:12 Red Silk 2:10 Baron Crisp 2:12', Bay llaron 2:l2l, Baronmore 1:1 IV (i WILL FIND THE BEST OF ASSORTMENT -- S ter iw !l I H -- Brava2:ll OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART' ALL RACE RECORDS. And II others in the list and is as yet comparatively a young horse. "Barttoxe" is a black stallion, snip nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. this spring, In color, size nnd action he resembles his sire about as much as any colt he ever got, and has every thing in his favor that it takes to make up a high-clastock horse, viz.: SPEED, BREEDING AND ISDIV1DUAUTY. Baritone's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22', andshe the dam of Barodaise2:20S at old. and "Baritone" trial 2:23) by Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, sire of Guy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmorc sire of 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino patchen, she in , the great brood marc list. Notice that this colt comes from a great line of breeding and speed on both sire and dam side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts will go fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at time of service with usual return privilege or money refunded in case of failure. f-- i. ss JONES. Blue Grass Clipper. This is some of Sam Jones' talks to withrevers and high-standin- g collar. Evelyn Cable. A modern monster rifled cannon will hurl a huge projectile, with tremendous force and frightful destructive possibilities, through some fifteen miles of space says u correspondent. This is much" further than the unaided eye can see clearly or aim u gun with anything like effective accuracy, for it is science that must supplement the eyes and bring to its aid certain delicately adjusted instruments, before die shots ot these gieat guus can be made fruitful at long range. Assisted by these instruments, it is not only possible, but probable, that a skilled gunner would be able to hit an euemy's battleship at a distance of six miles, "or even further, from the muzzle of his gun. Girls who have to stand on, their feet time work as hard as any day-labor- lv. Express for Cincinnati, aev a. m. Paris, MavBville, "Win- - p. m.1 G.20 m. 2.00 1.05 11.43 a. m. r 3.19 m. 1.15 7:30 iSianfor-l- . 7:05 For f Hither particulars call on or address, Telephone 78. KUPEE HOOD. Agt. Chester ami Lexington mail (Cincinnati Pnri. Mays-p- . iville. Wincii ebter and1 jLexinston mail. il vinjrston, London, Jel- llico. Pineville. Fast line for LiviDston.1 London.Jellico.Knoxvillel Fast line for Cincinnati, Paris Wincliettr. Rowland. Lancaster and" Stanford. Hon land, Lancaster and 7.20 1.00 1255 a- - m. tain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please te3 the Doctor that you saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Rice3iomd Climax. rf-i 3 19 p m. 11.43 a. si 10:10 Tt'.'f - , lilBQ M Tbe rrra rH iitif Hil rU-- !liiMili&&ii Lading Specialists cf America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. fir If P the women of Henderson, Ky: "When God gives a man a wife and six children he has done a great deal for that fellow. liut when he gives him a society woman and a poodle Ho has thrown off on him. These society women shako hands with me. I would P$ A lif01!? and bjdhtmatism rcllovod as soon shake a dead fish's tail. I Dr. Miles Norvo Plasters. wouldn't give one of j'our sock darning women for all the society WANTED AGF.NTS to ceil our Printing Presses, Vulcanizcrs. !Uu:?aira and Kiy women in the country. Between cutChecks. Stfcl end UubbcrSHruP.Hcai I'r Stencis. &c. J. V. W. DOKM.UJ CO.. ting off the top of their dress for the rjlE.Fayct'St.,BaltoUd.Cati!ojucXrcc. room and the bottom for the ball bicycle these society women will soon FREE: Sio.oo r-- COLD, "i r have no clothes left. A man said to a O Blcycle,ao!d Watch, Diamond Y society woman: 'I hope I'll see more Wnz or a scnoiarshjp ju uraugnou s lTacucai Business of you.' She said; Come to the ball CoUege, NashvUle, Tcnn., or Texarkana. Tex., or a schol Some people say you arship in most any other reputable business 8houldn,t 6peak that way before mixed or literary school in the U. S. can be secured by doing a liltl: work at home for the Youths' audiences. You ola sisters wear a journal. Advocate, au illustrated It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and high collar, close around your necks especially interesting and profitable to young that's modest and comely. But de people, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting liver me from the society women Avho matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. Aadress Youths Advocate Pub. button their collars around their waist. Co., Nashville, Tenn. Mention thia paperj You preachers don't talk that way, do The General Conference of the M. augl8-l- y you? You talk about the sweet bye E. Church, South is in session at Baltiand bye. Yon ought to talk about tbe more and two Bishops will be elected. DR. CALDWELL'S nasty now and thtn." m f-l- fll to publish . Contains nearly e 2K) engravings of our Saviour, by the Gieat Masters. It is uot a life of Christ, but an exhibit of all tha great Masters ideals of the Christ. No other book like it ever published. Agents are taking from three to twenty orders daily. The book is so beautiful that when people see it they want it. Published less than a year and already in its twenty-fift- h edition, some editions consisting of 18,500 books . The presses are running day and night to fill orders. (It has never been sold in this territory ) A perusal of the pictures of this book is like taking a tour among the great art galleries of Europe. The Hermitage, Prado, Uffiii, Pitti, Louvre, Vaticairr-Nationa- l of London. National of Berlin, Belvidere and other celebrated European art galleries, have all placed their rarest and greatest treasures at our disposal that they might be reproduced for this superb work. "FIRST GLANCE AT THE PICTURES BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES" says one. "Cleared $150 first week's work with the book," says another. Many men and women buying and paying for homes from their success with this great work. Also man or woman, of good church stranding, can secure position of Manager here to do office work and corresponding with agents in this territory. Address for full particulars A. P. T. Elder, Publisher, 1S9 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Floor. aprC-3$100,000 full-pag- Cost over &u -. - fi i s Ljji y HAWORTH and VAUDIYER DISC HARROWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATORS. if B. NEALE. rar All kinds of Single and Double Shovel Plows and all kinds mado ( Manafactnrin? Itubbcr Stamps, bend or Prico List of Outnta to J. F. W. Dorman Co., 12 E. Fayctto SU Balttaore, iliL, U.S.A. Catalogue- fxeo. of farm implements at the closest and best prices at fl 1 E7i $$ " -cs. -- FARMIFOR 200 M9,R(B WW rye3H3i!3S9flgen L.J.JB ...1 fl fl fl ShM BIJ vuai Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, Richmond, Ky. tul-le- y whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers acres, as a private sale; situated at at WETE'S STATION, , 250,000 Cured. i IyouneeiI 1 A DAILY ! h& WECURESTRICTURE Thon.'amds of Tonne and middlo-turmen are troubled ith this disease many uncwi Kioimy. auct may navo a f mart- lag scDtaiion, small, twisting stream, sharp cutting pains at times, flight discharge difficulty in commencing, weak organs, emission, end all tho symptoms of nervous dcbilitj they havo STU1C-TCKi- l. Don't lctcloctorsexperimcnton most of the they do not get what is rightly called exercise. Close, confin- I NEWSPAPER B I RFNTC I IT ONLY COSTS I yet The human machine starts but once and stops but once. You can keep it going longest and most regularly by using Do Witt's Little Early Bisers, the famous little pills for constipation and all stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & Wines". Baby Wi'mel feels an indes- jYRUP PEPSB 'CURES CONSTIPATION. county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a half mile of White's Station Po3t Office, ten miles from Richmond. TERMS Sale will be made cash, balance to suit pcrchascr. For particulars, one-third on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There Is no better land in Madison uthern Mutual Investmen OF I.EXH1GT0S, KY. D II R ,a UUI Every mother Read This I have rented for 1898 the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PAERISH, jan2S-t- f Attorney and Agent. can think imcg 10 patent? Protect Yonr Mess; thv mar hrinip iron vrMlrh Write JOHN WKDDEKBURN & CO, Patent Attor-nerWashington. D. C. for their ?l.a prlio otter and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. address feb3-tf Geo. D. White, White's Station, Ky. cribable dread ant old principle, based upon the actual experience of "rill, ,0ur aPlan a.ofnew aPP'xatJon of an successful life and is insurance companies, covering period over ITO years. L both, only M you. 'Ihiswiilnotcureynu.asitwillre-tum-. Our J.EW MlTl'IIOLl TREATMENT absorbs tho stricturo tissue; henco removes tho stricture permanent ly. Itcan never return. No pain, no suffering, uo dotcntion from business by onr methoJ. Tbosexualorganearestrengtb-cneTho nerves nro invigorated, and thu blifs of manhood returns. d. rou. by euttinr. stretchier, or tearinr H Ki u A WbEK 1 K To rend every day in the year I The Louisville I f Veiling Post. I f f "he Evcnlnj: Post has the jEj '. l U' fel fejf f J , Marfcet Reports. l State News. r , r.t. ) Frankfort News. " r! J T7ashi2ton News. ) Shcrt stories- - H m H 'Thossnnds of vountr nnd iciddlo-aircmen arc lrn ing their sexual vigor and xitality continually sapped by this disease. They are frequently unconscious of tho ca.iso of theso symptoms. Ocneral Weakness, Unnatural Discharges, Fail-io- g Manhood. Ncrvousncs. Poor Memory, lrril.ability, at times Smarting Sen- wii.uu, cuiiKcn xycrs, wiiu uars circles. Weak 11 wk. General Depression. Ataliition. Varicocele. Shrunken Parts, etc ULEET and STRICTURE icaybo tiiccauMi. Don't consult family doctor;, as they havo no experience in those special diseases don't allow Quack t experiment on you. Consult S cialis-.who havo made a lifo study of jiiaFesrienana women. uurjlivMKTU3J TREATMENT will rjoritivcly ro-- o yoa. Ono thousand dollars tor a ens j v;o accept lor treatment and cinnotcurc. Terms moderate for a cure. WECURE GLEET tl Iek CURES GUARANTEED We treat nnd emrn: 'EMTKSTn'VR. VARICOCELE. KVPHTT.TR. OT.KRT. ?rnTrrrt1MV Jilll i.ij.VyI , .. uiuAui.it. 1'liAir.H. UANATUKALDISCHARG- AS. K1HKKY and lILAUI)KH,.Diimjr?. CONSriLTATION FRP.R. ItOOKfi PREE If unable to call, writo for VWKSj'ltlN liliANll lor ilUiLti XlilSAAiUiNT. Ycinca'sPage. Children's Page. 12 t , H mm m IK mW nrjioi Months. 2 MMlhi y "T j.00 iKENKDYKERGANi 122 Wf ires. UiBdE9 WiTHTHlSPAPER. t- - Sample Copies FoniUked Ca AppKcaMon. B H FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. i: i' to observejthat the ,i active circula United States has fought five wars in tion to the blood. It Becoming a v thel22 3earseinco tho declaration of wears, tears and drags a mothershouldbe woman's life away. The 18! independence announced the birtli of a source of joy whole physical system our nation. In each one we have trigrows sluggish and torpid to all, but the umphed. In that period England has under it. suffering and No wonder so manv sales fought six wars, not including conflicts danger girls and factory girls and housewives of the ordeal make indigestion and constipation and with savages in India Africa and she its anticipation one pf misery. bilious troubles. No wonder they are subject to the diseases of the delicate special lost two both to United States. organism of their sex. The wonder is France has engaged in six, and has lost rather that they can stand it as well as two, one with the illied powers and one BXrilBUlN E HV I Bll.il U G they do. But "a poor weak woman," as she is with Germany. Prussia iu the same is the remedv which termed, will endure bravely and patiently period has .lost two out five Avars. women of the great pain and sufagonies which a strong man would give way under. The fact is women are more Austria has lost three out of five wars. fering incident to maternity; this patient than they ought to be under such Bussia baa lost two and gained two. hour which is dreaded as woman's troubles. Spam has lost every war she has under- severest trial is Every woman ought to know that she not enly made may obtain the most eminent medical ad- taken in that period unless her ten painless, but all the danger is revice free of charge and in absolute confi- year war with Cuba may be called vic- moved by its use. Thoj'e who dence and privacy by writing- to Dr. R. V. use Pierce, chief consulting physician of the torious. this remedy are no lhnger deInvalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of The United States has declared war spondent or gloomy; nervousness Buffalo. N. Y. Occupying this position for thirty years he has had a wider practical but onc that instance being in 1812, nausea and other distressing conexperience in the treatment of women's and after such a series of insults and ditions are avoided, the system is diseases than any other physician in this injuries as no nation would now dream mide ready for the coming country. His medicines are event, for their astonishing efficacy. of. inflicting. But theie never has and the serious accidents so com- The most perfect remedy ever devised for weak and delicate women is Dr. Pierce's been a day when a declaration of war mon to the critical .hour are Favorite Prescription. His " Golden Med- from another nation lias found us un- - obviated by the use of; Mother's ical Discovery" is the only permanent diis a blessing pb woman. gestive and nutrient tonic The two med- j prepared. And every enemy which Friend. icines taken alternately, form the most has fljrfct attacked us lias been the first perfect and successful course of treat- to sue for peaco. 1.00 PEBBOXXXB ataU Dru Stores, ment ever prescribed for female troubles or sent oa receipt of price. complicated with a sluggish, overwroseht. In this country the initiative always BMKS by expressvaluable lilteraatloa of nervous, diseased constitution. In severe with dnnTreas. nrwl nn ?fa .n" constipation Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets thorization tbe President nlst aViliW MM to finy. (Miw, apes, m should be occasionally takes wiHj tkc j etlwrii XlMjr stTr grip.' t - " fc.M V 9ix ir. v . r' ..t c e ( I r j- , 3? V - I'll '"z, 3P ,i ". u.. i 7 ing, indoor occupation gives no exhiliration to the nervous 9 HAS F0UFET FIVE "WARS. y. - system nor ., I 'raiu W w It is interesting danger attendupon the most critical period of her life. of the pain and -- 1 nite kill VE W whilo von LIVE. THEY pay when vou DIE. w E cirer tbe Investment feature-- : 1 The same principles ovem H E Y protect in case of DEATH. v1 w,th ns- - ECONOMIST RANGE .SSkfSStS Wi51raS&Sa th?nK km tho$i?n We Ut m? Wanted-- An idea "Who ot some simple IS A LAW AVERAGE. l thQSand Z- - fiS on r Policies. They s, m l!Kl. W. HK.BY There is no reason why a man shccld die to reap the benefit of his investment. "ft im avcrao or $2.70 for every dollar paid us, and yet we assume an oblicatioa leas than as has been asiamed and paid for. years by the leadinc life insuracce conipamcs of America. :iont twenty (20) veT cent oI the PePle are Insurable it's inrTin w,hy shtnld there not be a means per population can carry 2n investment the provided Tthe tt&a can get life insurance? Our mission is MDulat!onfn,n?. tl same or greater teneSts for an equal o lesjapendilnre. the entire to1?? rived, and those advantages may be enjoyed durtez life by the one mlkinc the lutvestmentf d OXLY T1U SOOSD AND HSLiiTHT, VTUO LKAST5ESD jimicD" q imzim & m - Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends Wright's Uelerv Cajwules. Slielbyville, Ky., Slay 2C, '90. To Wright Medical Co., Col., O.: Gents T Imvft nnrolinswl tr hiw r( "Wright's Celery Capsules from G. N. imuueuuu, uruRisi, ana useu tnem lor Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and n and found tlmt tlmv onvn mn im mediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellent remedv. Of Consti-natio- OUR MISSION. th'cT NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. JargeSdVcFi 9 Yours very truly, Geo. W. Ttilev. Others Hake money. Eoofin?, Gutterinir and General world-famou- s ! ris PnlnS y -- . ' IP- -, ! ' Ufa, : baring the eenntno AJax They aaro cured tiousocd and mill core ron.Tablet Woalreapos. itlve written trcaraatso to eSset a cere Eft In K iwobuet or. li vkgm Italltrraamatl far - CM. r JBMl, in Wn wrapgw. mn jreaeaat of ftif. Cirea i DbeiuM. Falling Mem- HlaerilaaanMa. ntj. r.n,.l or other Excesses and TKr-- j mxicklu ami titTvl; nabtre lost Vltalltr in old or roans, and lit a man for atadr, bnslsem cr marriage. tosanm Eima. ThiilrRttA ahnsa ...-men; nnd ejforta a CUKE where fmMuH.. faU? In-t-ut all other upo Orr.SmDotiineT. MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY ME A MAN AJ CUBE AX JA.X'CLi;rrvou by a.baia mlnisrlblrtthe soundness of onr an evid.sce ol of lifo--is Send for offiidal literature giving-jla- Why Not You? nJBC sagacity In every vocation srtitein in full. V .A g InJio-cretloi- Job Work. 7X I Mrs. IJ A. . pff -- -- . - ! ,-- ' '' u ".- fc.. - ...w.; v.ti' rn r - nssiiico. I m. T. Million. 1 oral flnnnt ' "vm SICHMOND aat-l- .v. SMrrn BOWM.NrBCT' i-aaaai v imlo,Ky. KENTUCKY. 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