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Cerrrrn'a Flert Thonsht to Ilaye RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, ON CUBAN SOIL. L898. NUMBER 51. Her Health Restored 1H tiilaso Do Culit-DcHU- nu- tlua Xot ICuou u. I if STATE NEWS P1CKUPS. BLIND TIGER. Serl-om- ly Royal makes the food pure, whclejome and delicious. 1 misery of sleeplessness can only bo by thoso who have experienced It. Nervousness, sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia and that miserable iccllng of unrest, can surely be cured by Dr. JIIlcs RcstoratlTo Kcrrlae. So certain Is Dr. Miles of this fact that all druggists ate authorized to refund prlco paid for tho firr,t bottle tried, providing It does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Bruns. xrlfo of the well knotrn blarksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa. say.: -I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervousness, headache and Irregular menstruation: suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for female complaints besides being under tho care of local physicians, without help. I noticed la Dr. Miles advertisement tho testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never ceaso to thank that lady. Ilcr testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervine and Kcrvo and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough for Dr.MIlcs'Kcmedles.' Dr Miles' Eemedles arosold by all drug gists under a posltlvo guarantee, first bottle benefits or money reRestores 3j funded. Book on dis- & i E& Health t$g eases of tho heart and ncrres free. Address. DE. MILES MEDICAL CO- - Elkhart. Ind. THE jNervinel PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A??02173?3. P IV. MILLER. Attorney-at-La- Kkxtuckv. Office in the Burnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Farmer's National Bank. Richmond, - - Attokxey-at-L- a w, RICHMOND, - - KENTUCKY. Offire over Taylor's Hardware store, opposite Court Houpe, on Main Street. H. B. HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. KiricMoxn, - Kentucky. 31-3- Office No. i; First SL. up stairs. 0 J. C. & D. M. CIIENAULT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Otfice on Second street, over Chcn-aiitt'- h grocery. ?hts:c:aits. DR. JOHN 1I. FOSTER, RirisMONXI. KbNTBCKV ... pW Tclephene at eftce aaj Trt4ctce. v DR.H. R.GIBSON, PIIYSTCIA N AND SURGEON, Kentucky. Richmond. OSce in tbe oe ond Street, over Wane huridin;. lS and druesture. 20 Secj- - CHAS. nOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Ontario Veterinary CaUege. Yelerinsry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. cirOfTice up stair, over store recently accu-piby RichTion-- i Harness Oo , Bast Main St., ci Kichmond, Ky. apr7-l- y IT. C. Office Telephone Melicine ami Surgery. Collins Buildinsr. MainStreet. nt residence ----- JASPER, M. D (the Curr Brondway. place) on Ricnsioxn, Kentucky. G. V. EVAN. M. D., Physician ani Suhgiion, Richmond. - - - - Kentucky DR. T. J. TAYLOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. and residence on Second Street- - DS17TAL STJSGESY. Washington, May 23. The ra.ee for the Philippines is on. It will be tho most thrilling sea chr.se of modern times. The United Mates w.ll dispatch its transports for the relief of Dswey from ban Francisco across the placid Pacific, 7,050 miles, fapain will send its fleet, which has for its object the reconquering of the islands, from I Barcelona, through the Mediterranean, tne isthmus of Suez and the Ked sea, across the Arabian sea, along the southern extremity of the Hay of Pen-ga- l, around the Malayan peninsula and up the China sea to Manila, a total distance of S.000 miles. The difference in distance the rival fleets have to go is but three or four days by sea travel. And again the administration realizes how unfortunate that the relief to Dewey was not sent two weclcs ago. The City of Peking and the City of Sydney were ordered by the navy department and the war department to crowd on all steam and make the best possible time in reaching their destination. The United States has the advantage. Transports taking troops to Dewey will maintain a greater rate of speed than the war vessels Spain is sending lrom Pareelona. Theeonsc-quence- s ofan accident, however, en route might be of the most serious character. Washington, May 21. The Spanish Cape Verde squadron has been definitely and officially located at Santiago Dc Cuba. Itr. Adm. Sampson, with a powerful fightinir squadron will soon close in on the enemy on the south, coming from Key West by way of the Windward Passage ca.t of Cuba. Commodore Schley, with tha flying squadron, is sailing around the island oi Cuba, hemming them in on the west. Thus loeated. and being surrounded by two powerful American fleets, there now seems no possible hetp for the Spanish vessels. Secretary Long received a cablegram from llr. Adm. Sampson announcing that hi, scouts had located the Cape Verde fleet at Santiago de Cuba. The message wes sent from a cable station in the West Indies, and indicated that the American commander was close on the heels of the Spaniards. Socretary Long immediately summoned the members of the strategic board, and a long and important meeting was held. Helieving it to be certain that Adm. Cervera would make a desperate effort to slip into Havana on the west, it took but a few moments for the board to decide on a plan. Knowing Rr. Adm. Sampson could be depended upon to prevent Adm. from sailing north, orders were quickly dispatched to Commodore Schley, at Key West, to put to sea. The instructions to the commander of the flying squadron were to sail around Cuba to the and to find Cervera's fleet and capture or destroy it. Commojore Schley was instructed to use his utmost endeavors to prevent the Spanish fleet from entering the harbor of Cicnfucgos or Havana. Rr. Adm. Sampson and Commodore Schley were informed as to each other'smove-mentIt is expected that Adm. Sampson will come up with Adm. Cervera first. He, it is calculated will appear off Santiago Sunday evening. If the Spanish fleet is still in the hardor Adm. Sampson will blockade the port and commence bombardment in order to bring out the fleet. If the fleet has left the harbor it will, it is thought, proceed west for Cienfucgos. Commodore Schley should reach there in time to intercept it, llr. Adm. Sampson has scouts out watching for the fleet, and if it leaves the harbor of Santiago before he arrives they will be able to inform the admiral the direction it is heading. Should it sail west Adm. Sampson will follow in its wake. It is impossible with accuracy to state what ships Rr. Adm. Sampson and Commodore Schley have in their respective squadrons. The battle ship Oregon and the gunboat Marietta are now with Rr. Adm. Sampson's fleet. The cruiser Buffalo is tltought to have arrived at Key West for repairs. St. PlEitiiE, Martinique, May 23. Notice that the Cape Verde fleet, commanded by Adm. Cervera, would remain here for coal was received Sunday by the Spanish consuL This report, coupled with the statement that Spanish transports laden with coal are on their way to Port de France, occasioned much excitement. It is now believed that Cervera's worships may appear in these waters at any hour. Although it is believed in many quarters that the fleet under Adm. Cervera will return to these waters, they will not be allowed to coal inside the harbor. Cadiz, May 23. It is stated here very positively that the Pclayo, Carlos V., three of the transatlantic steamers and two torpedo boats arc about to sail for the Philippines. The Pelayo is well armed, armored and manned. The Carlos V. is well armored and manned, and has good guns, but her heavy ones farward will not swing owing to defects in the machinery, and can only be fired directly ahead. Ccr-vera SKIPPED OUT. riRlit lu Mallle, Ky., In Which One Man Several Men Clandestinely L,c.ivo Camp Was fatally Shot and Others Collier, and Kecrultlnjr Ajaln Be"Injured. come Necessary. CAsir 20. Ky., May 2L Reliable news from Mallie, a hamlet in Knott county, north of here, says that in a general fight there between Jason, Tom and Noah Craft, brothers, on one side and William and "Pud" Justice on the other, Noah was fatally shot three times through the abdomen, and Tom and Jason both received serious flesh wounds. The fight occurred at a "blind tiger" kept by the Craft boys, "liud"' Justice, aged only 17, did most of the shooting. It is hardly thought that Noah Craft will survive the day. The Justice boys were arrested and placed in the Knott county jail at Hindman. The Craft boys are well known throughout east-em Kentucky. More than 50 shots were in the battle, yet the Justice boys never received a shot SrjROENT, fij-e- ! Latham Guards' Action Kmlorscd. Ky., May 21. There was a mass of citizens held at the courthouse Friday afternoon to take action upon the circumstances attending the withdrawal of Company D, known as the Latham L'tsrht guards, Resolutions were passed exonerating the boys from all blame and asking Gov. P.radk-- to Jet Compauy D select its own officers. If he docs not the boys will be welcomed home as acting in good faith. There was greatenthu-biasand cheering for the Latham Tioi'KiNSViLLK, me.-ting y m boys. Dewitt a prominent merchant, died Friday from the effects of a dose of opium taken Thursday morning with suicidal intent He was taken suddenly ill, supposedly with heart disease, but at his death the poisDn was discovered. Dswitt had recently made his will, sold his business and most of substantial rights of Rigjjs. his property. He was in excellent In the case of Thos Iiayden of Ohio circumstances. county, the death penalty was affirmed. son-in-la- A Merchant' Suicide. OwENSBor.o, Ky., May 21. John C. If Capt Kersey, of Company F, Frankfort, and Capt. Hardin, Company B, Cynthiana, can hold all their men until Friday, the muster of the 2nd regiment will be completed. It was expected that these two companies would muster in Thursday along with the Newport company, but when roll was called Thursday morning it was found that about twenty men from the two companies had skipped out It was then necessary to recruit The companies were filled up Thursday afternoon, and Thursday night a new muster roll was being prepared. The 2nd the first regiment to move, but where, even Mustering Officer Bal lard does not know. His orders are to instruct tho war department as soon as he has a regiment mustered. Col. Gaither and other staff officers of the second regiment will have their physical examination Friday. Lieut CoL Whipple and Adjt William Collier have already passsd. Amos Rises Secures a Now TrlaL FitANKForrr, Ky., May IS. The court of appeals Tuesday reversed the lower court in the case of Amos Riggs, of Maysville, against the commonwealth. Riggs was sentenced by the circuit court of Mason county to hang for murder. Riggs is a noted criminal and is said to have killed several raen prior to the killing for which he was on trial in the present instance. The reversal sends the case back for a new trial. About a year ago Riggs killed Win. R. Boy and a son of Boyd. the latter being Riggs' The opinion is by Judge Hazelrigg and the reversal is granted on the ground that evidence was admitted in the trial below which was incompetent and prejudical to the Collikr, Lexington, Ky., May POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL IIAK1KQ PODER CO., KEW YORK. AT CHICKAMAUGA. First Battalion of the 137th Indiana In' fantry Arrived in Camp Sunday. Tho Work or Completing the Third Army Corps Was Begun Sunday Gen. Carpenter Assigned to the Command of first Division. CnicKASi.vuGA National Pajik, Ga., May 23. This has been a quiet day at Camp Thomas. The Second Nebraska Lexington, Ky., May 23. For the cavalry horses by the hundreds are Barring Accidents United States Vo- being purchased in Kentucky and transported to Chattanooga and Tamlunteer Troops Have Been Landed. pa. Two parties of buyers, headed by Capts. Aelshire and Carson, have been It Could Not Be Learned What United in Central Kentucky for a week past, States Ofllcers Are In Command of and their purchases represent about 500 head of geldings. Sunday Capt the Expedition Other Troops Will IJe Rushed to Cuba. Carson and Lieut Blunt purchased and branded 103 head. These, together Chicago, May 23. A special to the with CO head purchased at Paris Saturday, will be shipped Monday to ChatRecord from Macon, Ga., says: Unless some accident has befallen tanooga. Capt Aelshire and party the United States transport Florida went to Louisville Sunday morning, there are now United States volunteer and Monday Capt Carson and party troops on the island of Cuba, or they will go to Danville, where they will will be there within a few hours. continue to purchase horses. Capt From accurate information obtained Aelshire, since April 20, has purchased here Sunday it can be stated as a fact $00 horses and 1,200 mules. that the first expedition toward Cuban soil has started and the outlook is for a successful trip. "Wednesday, May IS, the United States transport Florida left Port Tampa with several hundred volunteer troops on board. The passengers belonged to the regiment of Cuban volunteers organized in tho lower extremity of Florida some weeks ago. It was thought best to send these men, as they speak Spanish and are more acquainted with tho topography of the country which it is proposed to invade. It can not bo learned what United States officers accompanied the regiment of volunteers. If this expedition is a success other troops will be rushed into the island as soon as possible." Kentucky Horses for the Cavalry. JMttttTOHftt$$ FORCES w NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO -- ? JOE'S CORNER. Btegerstaf & Oldham Wish to notify their friends and patrons tn;it to the MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite every one to call and inspect their newest and latest importations in everything in the Furniture Line the' have moved fo P. Castleman. Gjn. Collier and several legion officers had a conference with Gov. Dradley Friday afternoon over tbe dispute as to who shall control the armory of the Louisville Legion now that the legion has entered Uncle No agreement was Sam's reached and legal proceedings may be resorted to in the end. I'olnonrd Milk. The Courts May Settle the DUpute. PiiANKroirr, Ky., May 21. CoL John s. Madisonvii.i.e, Ky., May 20. A whole family were poisoned Thursday by drinking milk that had been standing several hours in a tin can. Rufus Parish, aged 22, is lying at the point of death. Nettie, Florence and Maude Parish, Ashley and Norah Urown and their child are confined to their beds suffering from the effects of the poison. It is not thought that foul play was attempted. The annual :r:ind encampment of Kentucky Odd Fellows was held in Lexinirton Wednesday. There w ere no outward demonstrations. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Ambrose Bruner, Louisville, grand patriarch; R, L. Willis, Covington, grand high priest; L. T. Rice, Lexingj. ton, grand senior warden; E. B. Paris, grand junior warden; It. G. Elliott Lexington, grand scribe; George W. Morris, Louisville, grand treasurer; W. W. Morris, Louisville, grand representative to sovereign Ma3 10. Jan-uar- Lkxkgtox, Kentucky Oild Kj, l'Irctlon. grand lodge. Maysville was selected as the place for holding the next encampment Six Deserters 1'osted. ows and Orphans' home has been selected by the committee after examining many sites. Robert MeMichael's property at the head of Sixth street this city, was chosen. It has 21 rooms and SO acres of fine blue grass. The committee paid 520,000, which is considered cheap. Smallpox at llopklnstllle. norKixsvii.i.E, Ky., May 21. There was excitement here Friday over several alleged cases of smallpox. Two boys infected came here colored Thursday night and cases of small1 pox well developed, were reported A pest house has been estabFriday. lished and every precaution taken to prevent the spread of the disease. Ijitham L. ght Guards Disband. Lexington, Ky., May 20. The company, known as the Latham light guards, disbanded Thursday night and most of the members have returned home. The action is the result of Capt Feland being dropped as captain by the state authorities. IIop-kinsvil- for the Kentucky Odd Fellows' Widow and Orphann' Home. Lr.xiXGTOX, K3, May 20. Location Wid- Lexington, Ky., May 10. At Camp Bradley Wednesday morning six men who belonged to the Louisville legion were posted by CoL Castleman as deserters. They were James Green, Francis 15. Noe, Robert E. Campbell. Company K, ana James Vinson, Clias. F. Wilson, Luther F. Ilanks, Company II. Ninth company, of Paris, was mustered into the 2nd regiment Wednesday morning. Newport and Frankfort report as ready. Cynthiana will soon be ready. It is believed that the 2nd regiment will move to Chickamauga as soon as mustered in, whether equipped or not Twelve-Year-O- ld le Fkankfoist, Ky., May 20. The sheriff of Owsley county arrived here Thursday in charge of Lou Emma girl, who Chandler, a little was sentenced to the penitentiary for She is an orphan, has had stealing. no one to care for her and probably did not know it was wrong to steaL Some of Frankfort's good women who saw her brought the matter to Gov. Bradley's notice, and he promptly pardoned little thing. the bright-eyed Girl Pardoned. Camp 18. a traveling salesman and son of E. Rehkoph. of this city, was drowned Friday while fishing in the lake in Illinois opposite this city. Heart disease attacked him suddenly and he fell out of his skiff. Drowned While Fishlnc;. Paeucah, Kyi, May 21. Albert Reh-kop- h, of dissatisfaction exists among the officers of the Third regiment and that there is likelihood of these officers resigning is lonndly denounced by them as absolutely false. Col. Smith and They Deny lu Collier, Lexington, Ky., May The published report that a state his staff feel that they have been done an injustice by the publication of these reports and deny that any disruption anywhere exists. Col. Castleman and Others Disgruntled. Lexington, Ky., May 19. CoL Castleman and other officers of the Louis- have been established Kentucky: Pellwood, Nelson county, John S. Smith; Gex, Gallatin county, Thomas Mylor, and Rudicill, Jessamine county, Jeremiah RudicilL Gets a Life Sentence. OOlces. New Krntucky legion arc disgruntled at the Washington, May 2L Post offices ville of examination and mustering method as follows in rit "Dr. X)a.6TvTv6 "& "&oSOU DENTIST, Pj.kkyii.le, Ky., May 20. Joseph Branham, aged 16, was given a life sentence for the murder of Mrs. Nancy Damron, aged 50, a widow, one month ago. He narrowly escaped the death penalty. op Louisxille, Ky. next door to Government Building, HichraSnd, Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to t. 12-- novlT-l- y free medical Aflvice Ton need a doctor many times when you don't call one. You suffer pain in fifty forms and yet won't call tie doctor, because you hope that the pain "will go away after a while." And, too, you know by experience, that that first visit of the doctor is generally followed by many others, with the inevitable consequence of a big hill "for professional services." You don't Lnow what to do for yourself or what to take. But suppose that yoa could get free, absolutely free, the advice of one of the most dental discharge of a shotgun, Mattie Smith, aged four years, was fatally wounded. Kentucky Town Gutted Hy Fire. Louisville. Ky.. May 20. The business portion of Patcsville, a flourishing tow n in Hancock county, was destroyed by fire. The following build- Katally Shot Ily Accident. Benton. Ky., May 20. By the acci- of the Kentucky troops. CoL Castleman says that there is a tendency of army officers in all states to show np the militia in as bad a light as possible, in order to pavii the way for a greater increase in the standing army. Hurt In a Runaway. Winchestek, Ky., May 20. James Irvine, Mrs. Simon Shearer and Mrs. Dora Thomas were thrown from a buggy Thursday afternoon by the horse attached to the vehicle becoming frightened at a passing freight train. Mr. Irvine and Mrs. Shearer were badly bruised and cut about the face and Mrs. Thomas will probably die, her skull being1 crushed. Drank Cinnamon. Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-so- n, next floor to postoffice. D ?. FRED eyorfice, SMITH. West Liberty", Ky., May IS. Jackson Peyton and Stephen Jones were killed Monday by drinking cinnamon. It is said they drank several bottles of ings were destroyed: Thomas Hclman, the stuff and were soon after seized merehandss, SC.OOO; Baker & Rose- with convulsions. Medical aid was nblatt 5,000; Mollie Simonton, 52,000. summoned and everything possible Others were damaged SS,000. There was done to save their lives, but both was no insurance. died in a few hours. Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Louisville, Ky., May 19. Maj. Thos. Hays, former member of the legisla- DENTIST. over Collins Grocery, same office lately occupied by Dr. W. W. Burgin. janl2-l- y HON. C. T. CALDWELL, if Parkersburg, W. Va., mends "Wrights Celery Recom- Eminent ture, has issued cards announcinghim-sel- f a candidate for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor. Keniarkaule Ilpscue. Bremer, of this city, committed suicide bv takinjr carbolic acid because her hneriand. who is a frroecr, refused Xr, discharge a clerk shedid not like. Louisville, Kj$, May Why She Attempted 19. Suicide. Mrs. Flora Capsules. Paekeksbdeg, "W. Physicians 1995. Robbed the Grave. Va., January 2G, The Weight Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen. I have been using Wrizht's Celery Capsules since November, JS94. and find tliem to be as recommended. I Srst beiran taking them while at Hot Springs. Ark, under treatment for Sciatic Ehcumat'um. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been? long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief irom the beginning and have used them ever 6ince. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictious or either of them. Very truly yonrs. Charles T. Caldwell. SoldbyT.S Hagaa, Druggist. Price &0c ents and $L00 per box. Call at drug6store and get free sample. in the United States? You can. The physician is right here. He has an office in the building, he has a ftaff of correspondents to assist him, and anyone and everyone, who needs medical advice i3 invited to write to him. If it's baby's health or mother's or the health of any member of the family you may write about it, sure of a careful reading of your letter, sure of a conscientious diagnosis of your case, Sore of a Core Ifcureisposablo. Every letter will ho held as a strictly confidential communication. Remember these facts. "We offer you medical advice from one of the aost eminent practitioners in the United States, whether onr medicinea suit your particater case or net We offer yoa thk advice at the cert of the two cent etamp which it wffl teke to briBgyonr letter to ear Bfiee. Addwes the MeSad Dafwrtaw .F. J. C. Ay Co, L9W M- - Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plninfield.Ill of which Mr. makes the statement that she caught J A startling incident on her lungs'slio was John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the cold, which settled subject is narrated by him as follows: treated for a month by her family condition. but grew worse. He told hex "I was in a most dreadful eyes sunkconsump- My skin was almost yellow, 6he was a hopeless victim of continually in tion and that no medicine could cure en, tongue coated, pain and, sides, no appetite gradually er. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's back New Discovery for Consumption; she growing weaker day hy day. Three bought a bottle and to her delight physicians had given me up. FortunateBitfound herself benefited from first dose. ly, a friend advised trying "Electric ters," and io my great joy and surprise She continued its use and after taking made a decided improv6ix bottles, found herself sound and the first bottle housework ement I continued their use for three well, now does her own well man. I know and is well as Bhe every was Free weeks, and amnow a they saved iny lifev and robbed the trial bottles of the Great Discovery at No one should Perry & Thomas' Drugstore, Successors grave of another victim."' cents per botLargo bottles 50 cents fail to try them. Only50 to " tle at Porry & Thomas"Drug5tore. Suc-6 and $1 00. , 6 cessors to W. G.tWhitei, phv-sicia- n, J WVG-White. - regiment, which reached Chattanooga Saturday afternoon, arrived Sunday OFF AT LAST. morning and were assigned to the camp ground selected for the First di- The Charleston With Supplies for Adm. vision of th"e Third corps and the men Dewey In Manila Kay Left ban Franhave been busy getting into their tents cisco Sunday. during the day. Only two battalions arrived during the day. The Second San FnANCisco, May 23. The Char-i- s battalion of the Second Nebraska, leston well on her wav to Manila. which had become separated from the The bijr cruiser passed throueh tho regiment at St. Louis, reached here at Golden Gate at S:20 Sunday morning 8 o'clock. They came in Sunday over aftering having been anchored in the the Cincinnati Southern. The belated stream all night She adjusted her battalion was commanded by Maj. W. compasses at an early hour and then C. Mace. passed up the bay through the Raccoon The First battalion of the 157th In- straits and past the docks on the diana infantry arrived in Chattanooga northern froutagc of the city. Every at 9 o'clock accompanied by the regi- steam vessel in the harbor blew au ir mental band of 24 pieces. The batto Capt Glass and his crew. None talion spent the day on Lookout moun- of the forts in the harbor sainted tain and reached the park at 5:30 the vessel, but the demonstration made o'clock, sleeping under the star's on by the 0,000 soldiers gathered at the Lyttle Hill during the night. As a re- Presidio was tremendous. When the sult of the few arrivals the railroad vessel was sighted coming down the yards which have been enormously bay the soldiers gathered oa the beach congested with loaded and empty cars to bid her bon voyage. They lined the for nearly a week, an opportunity to beach for a mile and cheer upon cheer clear off the tracks and sidings to rang out from the men who are to soon make room for the troops that will be- follow the Charleston to the scene of gin to arrive at a lively rate Monday Dewey's triumph. The Charleston's morning was given. big siren answered the boys oa the Twenty-fiv- e cars of provisions ar- beach time and again and tho whistling rived Sunday and were stored in the was heard from one end of the city to large warehouses now completed on the other. Never has a war vessel the park grounds near tho depot of the leaving this harbor received such a of the sendoff as was given the Charleston, railroad company. Fifty-on- e latest and most improved ambulances, which was the first of the American built with a special view to adaptabil- fleet to be built on the Pacific coast. ity in a hot climate, arrived from She was launched from the Union iron South Bend, Ind., Sunday and will be works in this city ten years ago, and iistributed to the First corps. was one of the "nest eggs" of the presThe park force of men under the ent American navy. Jirection of Gen. Boyton was at work ill day preparing for the engine and CHARACTERISTIC APPEAL. pumps to be used in piping water from the Chickamauga iriver to the ItenKIcnce. of Senator Slnson Robbed of rarlous. camps. It has been definV.ilnalj!o Jcu rlry The Senator AsLs itely decided to erect improvfor Ills AVntch nnd Tin. ised water works, and a contract has been let and all the material Washington, May 2." Saturday ordered, the lirst consignment of pipe of arriving Sunday. There is no scarcity of nisrht the residence 1432Senator William Chapin street, Illinois. ivater now,.but it is feared some of the Mason, of was entered by burglars and wells are from "wet weather" springs, this city, ind that later they will dry up and jewelry to the value of nearly S4,000 the piping of water from the creek was stolen. Not a clew to either the or the jewelry has been obind Crawfish Springs is a prccaution-ir- y burglars Sunday evening Senator Matained. measure. Gen. J. S. C. Bates, ordered to Mobile, left Sunday son issued to tiie burglars a characteristic D.ppeal which he hopes will be aight at S:30 o'clock to take command heeded. It is as follows: of a brigade at that point. "To the gentlemen who robbed my The work of completing the Third army corps was begun Sunday. Gen. house last night: "I will pay in cash more than any Lewis II. Carpenter, who arrivedSunto Gen. Brooke, has one else for the watch and pin you day and reported my word been assigned to the First division of took last night and give proseyou shall not the Third corps. The organization so of honor that taking of them. beThe pin cuted for the far as perfected is as follows: First brigade, CoL Fred D. Grant has a portrait of my little son who ago and commanding, 14th New York; Lieut. died years a present it was, as was also to me. You can Col. II. L. Kline. Second brigade, Col. the watch, communicate with me by mail or in Hardin, 2nd New York, commanding; 2nd New York, Lieut. Col. Loyd; 2nd person and you can rely absolutel3 on Nebraska, Col. BilK The first regi- my promise not to prosecute. "William Mason." ment to arrive Sunday night will complete the brigade. TO EXTERMINATE CUBANS. The Fourth Ohio regiment, under CoL Coit, has leen assigned to provost guard duty in Chattanooga by order The Destitution In Havana Is Frightful-Span- ish Grocers WU1 Not Sell Their ot Gen. Brooks, made necessary by the Goods to Cubans. disorderly conduct of many of tbe young soldiers, who have been guilty Ket West, May 23. Gustavo of many lapses of discipline, in a numa brother of the late Cuban inber of cases to violence and insulting ladies in the street. CoL Coit will be- surgent general, Nestor Aranguren, Sunday received letters from Havana, gin his duties Monday. The four members of the First Mis- via Vera Cruz, dated May 7, stating souri regiment injured in Saturday's that Gen. Blanco's orders impressing accident, and who were sent to St. all Cubans into the Spanish army has y, are doing well had the effect of driving many into the Vincent's insurgent's ranks. and will be out in a few days. A. Betancourt, an American citizen, Gen. B. B. 'Williston, from the United States Third artillery, who has been and Gonzales Arango, the letter states, assigned to the artillery brigade here, have been arrested and confined in the arrived Sunday and reported to Gen. Cabanas fortress on charges of aiding Brooke. Gen. Williston states that he the insurgents. The destitution in Havana is frightfound his brigs.de about complete and equipped with the very important ex- ful and is increasing. The grocers, ceptions that they haw; neither field all of whom are Spaniards, refused abA solutely to sell food to the Cubans, as guns, horses nor ammunition. part of these equipments arrived if determined to starve them. Tho Gen. Cubans say the Spaniards hate them Uaturday and on here Williston hopeii to get all needed sup- more than they do the Americans. Senor Aranguren's correspondents plies by the middle of the week. Gen. Breckinridge and staff did not visit declare that the Spaniards realize that the park Sunday for inspection. They Cuba is lost, but that before yielding will inspect the Second and Third di- the island they will endeavor to cx visions Mondaj and hope to complete terminate the Cubans. their inspection of all organizations At Fort Mcl'hcrson. perfected, up to Wednesday evening, Atlanta, Ga., May 23. About 2,000 when they go to Tampa. The report recruits have arrived at Fort McPher-so- n that Lieut. Col. John Jacob Astor was since that post was made the ceninjured in the railroad accident Satur- tralization point for that branch of CoL Astor was day is absolutely false. the army. Every recruiting station in not even bruistd. the country, from Maine to California, has sent some men and they are still I'onnil Dead In a Caiml. Defiance, O., May23. The dead body arriving at a rate of 200 a day. More stringent lllockade. of Fred Deatrick was found in the New York, May 23. A Washington canal three m.les south qf this city Sunday afternoon. A bullot hole in dispatch says that no more vessels will his right temple and the finding of a be allowed to pass the blockade into pistol has led rtany to oclieve that he Havana, as ships allowed this courtesy was foully dealt with, while others have informed Blanco of our movethink he committed suicide. He had ments. been in a despondent., mood since the Demolished Uy an TJxplosloi). death of his child, about six weeks Red Kur, Ky., May 23. During the He lefti his home Wednesday ago. absence of the family early Sunday night, and his whereabouts was un- morning the inside, of the residence of known until tbt body was found. De- Marion Ellis was completely demolceased was higtly connected here, and ished by an explosion of natural gas, J. F. Deatwas the son of entailing a loss of several hundred rick, and lcaveli a widow and three dollars. children. re-voly u JUDGE C B. JOHNSON. (Ills Jurisdiction Embraces an Area of COO.OCS aiuare Jlilca.) Will Not Go Until Wednesday. TT ilmf Collier, Lexington, Ky., May 23. Plans for the removal of the Second Kentucky regiment has again been changed, and the troops will not begin their march to the front till The change Wednesday morning. was effected through the action of CoL Gaither and his officers in telegraphing Gov. Bradley requesting him to irvform the war department that the Second could not be put in trim before Tuesday evening, as the supply of cars at the Q. & C. R. R. yards in Lexington was not sufficient to transport the men. Camp Camp 23. Such As FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Combinations and Iron something new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to SS.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Birds-Ey- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley-Martiball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, HungaMaple, Oak and Aih. rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e ROCKERS From GOc to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $1S.00. We are too busy to Rive a fell lit of our immense stock, but assure you that anything ou may need jou can find at our new quarters. j The event of Saturday was the drumming out of one of the guardsmen from Ilopkinsville, Ky., Edgar Davis, because of his refusal to sign the muster roll. Davis was called out before the whole company and his belongings were handed to him, after hich he was drummed out Rrcmttlnfr at Ilopkinsville. - IIorKiNSViLLE. Ky., May 23. In response to a telegram received Sunday frrm Lieut R. C Payne at Lexington, saying free transportation would be furnished 20 recruits for the new Company D, an answer was returned an hour later saying that 14 had volunteered, and that the 20 asked for would be ready Monday night Richard Bohannon, a well known farmer, was run down and killed by a Southern railway train or trains some time Saturday nisrht near Hemp Ridge station, eight miles cast of this place. It is presumed he went to sleep on the track. llnrslars at MadUonvllle. Collier, Lexington, Ky., May Drummed Out of Camp. n Shelbvville, Ky., May Rnn Down and Killed ISy n 23. Train. DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIGHT TELEPHONE ST. Madisonville, Ky., May 23. Burglars entered the residence of Prof. When in the City Make Your Headquarters With Thad P. Smith Sunday morning, securing S23 and a gold watch. Guy Young, aed seven years, fell from a stable loft a distance of 16 feet and was fatally injured. Red Kev, Ky., May 23. During tho absence of the family early Sunday morning the inside of the'residence of Marion Ellis was completely demolished by an explosion of natural gas, entailing a loss of several hundred dollars. struck Ravenna, in Fanning county, Saturday night from the southwest, blowing down 11 barns, 10 dwellings and the Methodist and Christian churches. The tornado traveled in a northeasterly direction and passed just nortfi of Ivanhoe, where Capt Joe E. Duprce was killed and his house wrecked. At Clarksvillc a Negro and Many horses 11 people were injured. and mules were killed. The property damaged in the Red River valley will reach S100.000. San Fracisco, CaL, May 23. The suburban narrow gauge train on the Alameda branch was derailed Sunday afternoon on the trestle which runs out to the end of the pier. The locomotive went over and the first coach was thrown across the track. The fireman was killed, the engineer seriously injured and one other trainman was hurt No passengers were injured, although a panic followed the accident and the holiday crowd was badly frightened. Fatally Injured Dy Lljhtnln- -. Marion, O., May 23. During a thunderstorm at Martel, this county, Mrs. George Churchill, an aged lady, was Fireman Killed. Demolished Ily an Explosion. mimt. I Mm BIGGERSTAFF OLDHA Dallas, Tornado In Texas. Tex., May 23. A tornado tsL. R5 . yCK B IANDY CATtlAPUC Q !& 10 25 SO" w CURE'COKSTIPATIOHX "ig-nm- .. .imitmaasy ALL Hivaiaiv.wja;arJ!iiitftv9r Hal Hin Aran-gure- n, JABS0LmiGOiIITHBD&-- S J pie snd booklet free. A. STEELING RKJIEDT CO., 'Mai SSV VI m JR DRUGGISTS Tort. Chira-ro- , Montreal. Can.. orer tn.i WRi ) Q infi-mar- c - O o I 5 O 5 k.. struck by lightning and fatally injured while sitting by her stove. The stove was demolished. o MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN railroad from Skaguay to Lake BeIt is said nnett via the White Pass. that work will begin at once. the Telegram from Valencia. Spain, says the populace demand that an effprt be made to retake Manila. Want Manila Retaken. New York, May 23. A cablegram Railway From Skagaay to Lake Dennett. Seattle, Wash., May 2a Contracts have been lei for the construction of a S) GRKNITEKINDS OF7VIONU7VTeNTS, CEMETERY 'WOBK AND ALL Fov further partunilars., prices, cfic., address, Madisoi) MoRUiflefltal Worfo mch21-l- y Estmy Notice ! Winter Schedules IN E1JFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. On Monday, May 2, a blood red steer, old, dehorned and will welch about 700 lbs., come to my latm on Red Lick, this county. The owner can have same by proving and payJAMES HIQNIQHT, ing charges. Kingston, Ky. myll-- Jt QTJEEU & CEESCENT BOUTS. Hours Cincinnati to New Orleans TKALN3 and Jacksonville 2-- 4 CALL AT .109 FKJEST MILES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED I at 11 o'clock Sunday morning: "No truth in the published statement concerning an engagement off St Nicholas Hole, Hayji', in which ships were sunki" 13 partment posted the following bulletin Spanish Washington, May 2a A Fake. Tinri-tar- y Dj" The navy de- felTfrOffl a There is enough, salt fn the sea, to Casper Cox, rtrTc- - iiavnoafl ct bridga Jte" JPaatlwr i; "With oover J000 square miles ef land .V4 , eoHHtyjjjiHKl vm tfrewned. r layer ee wile inthrOicBS. irnj w. ? ' 4 is -- session of the Ctrand Lodge L O. O. F. of Ohio, was closed after, a most delightful week.- The Installation of tho officer's of the giand lodge took place .Friday afternoao. The next meeting - Washington ii II., O., May 23. Satannual urday morning the sixty-sixth Grand tlfecers Installed. u;x It- t.eus frH.uu. uvlw v vw -- - hnt,soneBBii f arriving at'a r'ateof -- Miamisuuro. O.. May 23. The residences of Mark Apple, William Anderson, Jacob Johnson, George Hinckle, A.r.IL. Wagner, Benjamin Fornshell, Frank Tiffin, J. W, Kehm and William Doier". all located in tho northeastern nart of town, were enterea oj uurKlars, and money, jewelry and other 0 articles of value were stolen. .At" Fort aicPherton. ArLAxA. Ga., May 23.About 3,000 recruits have arrived at Fort McPher-sc- n since, that post was made the centralization point for that branch of the army. Every recruiting stationin the countryf(iro.'Haine c uuuyrui, - Wholesale mmmm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. i Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor Standard Vestibuled day andji Observation Cars daily. Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route W. C. KINE1RS0N, Gen'l Fass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. SOUTH IX THE Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city ,are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- from RowH's Newspaper Directonj. "The Bichmond1! Ky., Climax, weekly, is credited ivitlt tfeojlargei circilkttos accorded t any paper in RwhifKjEd or in fa&soHjMBBty or Ik tho IKehth Coazressioiial District," 11 te i i.uev 'a day". -.ji still j Phone 3. , - " jl i, Second St. TiTOITMOin). - KT. - -- . . Wi ' " " SJ2-- iv slX h" se :i If' ti : -- ; . The iWk. ' OHlyppiI VadtwiUeoa&ly 5wisJ- - tearmtfa k Mvce. - m nominees, from President to 31 . 'fZrp--... . Sr .y" ti fcfj 11 ! r'if i - r? .V i L Mi A- ?? , "iJwagiggBggjMWpaeBasegBM mlWmt.wWmiratmm . a -- TheRfckiiwdCliwii ruBUsaKBrvEitr wsbxhbaV b gsggg III I "1 i Jb SSaBfiVI; v J - Tho 'Glimax Printing Ool C . PRICE rights toK" should apply in a raco for Congress as well as in other matters. Hons. G. G. Gilbert, John B. Thompson and Jas. B McCreary havo been making speeches together at various points in the Eighth Congressional District, presenting their respective claims for the nomination for representaWOODS, Associate Editor. tive in Congress, and discussing tue political record of each. This is usual, and in a family struggle in the Democratic party harmony and good feeling PER YEAR, $1.50. should be preserved if we sincerely desire the nominee to bo elected at the Bqwal I r WEDNESDAY, MAY 1FSS. FOR CONGRESS. We are suthorUed to announce Hon. James B. McCeeaev, of Madinon county, a candidate subject lor Congress in the Eighth district; mch30-t- to t the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic jiarty for Representative in Congress from this, the Sth District. Conokess lms voted to Gen. C. M Clay a ension of $50 per month. Now if tlie General will stop talking alout 'lile family troubles wo shall be satisfied. CarlitJe Mercury. Mrs. Whitney, of New York, formerly Mrs. Belmont, has been dangerously 'ill for a week. The flowers sent by her friends last week to cheer her sick Toom aggregated in value $23,000. Ex. This is probably a lie. r How an honest canscientious man can accept the ofllce of county election commissioner under the Goebel law, we cannot understand. Pantagraph. . We'll guarantee there won't be any trouble getting Icepublictus to hold office. Midway Clipper. "bel law is now fully organized and ready for work, and promises to appoint only the very best men as County Boards. With the best men of all The Election Board under the Goe parties as election officers, a fair election and a fair count we can not see where any man, especially a Democrat, Las any ground for complaint. We were for the war between the United States and Spam with the view of sending the cigarette smokers to s cGuba to get their fill either of or bullets and now the blasted examining surgeons are rejecting SO per cent, of the little cigar fiends What's the use having a war if we are to Kin nothing by it? Carlisle Mer cury. cigar-"ette- If every wreath of smoke that curls up from a cigar, and every bubble of foam that rises on a glass of beer, and the aroma of tea and coffee that greets the olfactories of old ladies must pay tribute to patriotism for the sake of the national honor, why shouldn't the blissful privilege of dipping coupons come in for a share of the expenses? N i Dispatch. TiiracE prime minister of England, tendored an elevation to the peerage by the queen, Gladstone died as he had Jived, the great commoner. That eloquent voice which for two generations has given to the world of a wisdom whose ways were ways of pleasantness, and whose paths were paths of peace has fallen into the eternal bilence. pre-Tcep- ts a is 1 I III rest of the world is the tremendous events of war, Cpl. French Tipton, of the is wailing over the election law. If French will be right good, we shall intercede in his behalf and see that the wicked Democrats allow his vote to b counted. It vill not mate any difference in the general result but will tickle French mightly. Uvnthiana Democrat. - While the AciKCULAtt issued by the Roman Catholic hierarchy of the United States has the ring of true patriotism. It declares that the duty of loyal American Itoman Catholics, nex. to their duty to God, is patriotically to support their country m the war with Spain. It directs the priests of the church to pray daily for the sailors and soldiers w ho may fall in battle, ana for a glorious victory that shall restore peace. The circular has been indorsed by Mgr. Martinelle, the apostolic delegate, and will be read in every Catholic church iu the country next Sun- day. CiF.Brower&Co M 1 Main and Broadway. "'Full many a shaf at random sent Finds mark the archer little meant. ' One of fonnd its way into a home iu a distant State last week and as a result we are the happy recipients of quite a liberal order showing that the news of the values being offered here is interesting, not only in this county, but wherever there are homes to be furnished. our ad & T&aci 3eA 3ot this cor- Will be found on ner this week Floor Coverings. New Matting opened this week; m usutd price UOc, our price 15c. Xiinoleuiu fur office, hall, bath-rooor kitchen. GO, 70, 75c; iulaid regular price $1.75, this week $1.37J. Unprecedented ? 'has been our - "Wall Paper business this season, and, with our combination of price and quality, it would be strange if we were not - busy. , - t " Curtains by the dozen; Ht .TJarffes line ever offered the city. No bid stock. i' ;31-iJ- CtrUiis. - at 75c, $1, . ,$1.50ixd$2. HullBacks, $4.50, $6, $7.50, .' -- S'lband $12. ' -- d J .;- $2, $2.50, $3..' .idOfeairsBeautifulline at rz$dcB3rS' - i - orreef prices. JttM. . JMnwfiiivLfl,. . 4- -: . :iWiwM!ft:M, ..a. mm mmum November eloction. It seems, however, that some friends of of the opponents of Gov. McCreary do not believe their favorites are successfully meeting Gov. McCreary in the public debates, and, therefore, they have subscribed money and are seeking to stab him in the oack by distributing a pamphlet in each county of this district, containing garbled extracts from his speecheson the money question and suppressing important facts, and, insomo instances, making gross misrepresentations. This is not fair or just and should bo condemned by every true Democrat. This pamphlot, on the second page contains extracts from Gov. McCrcary's speech mtvde Angust 19, 1893, in which he said: "I do not believe free coinage of silver is advisable now, etc." Tho pamphlet, however, docs not contain the statements made in that speech, m which Gov. McCreary declares: I am not an advocate of a single gold standard. I havo always been in favor of Bimetalism. I believe in the employment of the two metals, gold and silver, in the currency of the country at a fixed ratio to each other as standard coin and legal tender." (See pages 4 and 9 of McCreary's speech.) Neither does the pamphlet contain his statement that he ib in favor of the free coinage of silver and gold according to international agreement, as declared in the National Democratic platform of 1S92; and it fails to state that Gov. McCreary was unanimously nominated, without opposition, for Congress, and elected in 1S94, the year after he made this speech, and sent eight thousand copies of it to his constituents. The pamphlet says Mr. Bland offered a Bill in 1893 for free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, and Bills for tho free coinago of silver at the ratios of 19 to 1 and 20 to 1, and that Gov. McCreary voted against them. The author is mistaken in this statement. The Congressional Record of August 28, 1893, shows that Mr. Bland offered amendment of the kind above indicated to the Bill to repeal the purchasing clause of the Sherman Act, which the National Democratic Convention of 1S92 had declared should be repealed. Democrats havo always advocated the ratio of 1G to 1, and our last National Democratic Convention reiterated in the most positive language this demand. To recoin five hundred millions of silver at the ratio of 20 to 1 would contract the currency about and leave us without silver dollars for several years while silver was being recoined, and would cost, according to tho report of the Secretary of the Treasury, ono hundred and twelve millions of dollars. The pamphlet fails to do Mr. McCreary justice bv stating that when Mr. Bland in 1S90 offered his free coinage of silver substitute to the Sherman Bill, which stopped the coinage of silver, that Gor. McCreary voted for the Bland free coinage guUtitnU. And the pamphlet also does not state that when the Republican Windom bill, which made a commodity of silver bullion and destroyed all ratios was under consideration in 1S92, and Mr. Bland offered a free coinage bill as a substitute tor that bill, that Gov. McCreary voted for that also ! The pamphlet says that Gov. McCreary voted in February, 1S95, to issue bonds to the amount of $05,110,275 in order to replentish the gold reserve which had gone from one hundred millions of dollars, where it had been kept for many years, down to forty two millions of dollars. The pamphlet does not tell the whole truth and 6tate that the President and Secretary of the Treasury had, before this bill was presented to Congress, made a contract in order to replentish the gold reserve, under an act of Congress, approved January 14, 1875, for the issue of coin bonds to the said amount of $ 65,1 1G.275. bearing 4 percent, interest. The contract had already been made, signed and and was in force before Congressional action was asked, and tho bonds were subsequently issued under it and the important question was, should Congress pass the bill recommended bv the President and the Committee on Ways and Means and save sixteen millions of dollars, or about in a transaction that amounted to sixty five millions of dollars, and also show that while Republicans claimed that all coin bonds were to be redeemed in gold, that in this transaction thej were willing to make a reduction of nearly in order to geta3-pe- r cent, gold bond. All the Democrats from Kentucky voted for this bill except, perhaps, Mr. Ellis. The Record showing 79 Democ.ats and 41 Republicans for the bill and 99 Republicans and 6S Democrats gainst the bill, according to estimate published at the time. In the same month this bill was voted on, February, 1895, Gov. McCreary voted against the Springer bill which authorized the issue of gold bonds, and he voted against the Reed bill to authorize the issue of coin bonds. Thus showing that he was opposed to issuing any kind of bonds. Gov. McCreary has always opposed the retirement of tho greenbacks, and in a speech in 1S95, said: "The existing financial condition can be benefited by enlarging the volume of currency and making it more elastic Legislation which will increase the currency of the southern states is mucn needed. Money is very scarce in the great agricultural sections of our country whore it should be most abundant." Wo know that Gov. McCreary is willing for his entire record in Congress to be carefully scrutinized. lie labored hard all the time to be a faithful public servant, and he must be proud of his record as Chairman of several of the most important committees of the House of Representatives. A fair and just reporter who presents his record in Congress should refer not only to his success in passing many important local bills, which we will not attempt to enumerate now, but should refer also to bills of National importance which ho introduced and succeeded in having passed. He introduced a Bill to establish a Department of Agriculture with a Secretary to be a member of the President's Cabinet, and after several years of earnest effort his Bill was reported substantially as ho introduced it to the House of Representatives by tiic committee on Agricultuio and passed. He introduced a Bill to exempt Fanning Implements and Mechanics' Tools from taxation and place them on the fiee list, and when tho Wilson Bill was passed this was done. He was the author of a Land Court Bill to settle land claims growing out of treaties with Mexico, and under that act,' which he first reported to tho Houe, over twenty millions of acres of land have been reclaimed from land pirates and illegal holders. He was tho author of the International American Conference Bill under which the Pan American Congress was held at "Washsngton, consisting of delegates from all of the Central and South America Republics and from the United States. He reported and managed in the House the Bill providing for the Pan American Medical Congress held in Washington, which was attended by Physicians and Surgeons from most of the great nations of the world. He reported and managed in tho House the Bill which finally passed providing for the survey to test the feasibility of constructing the Inter contental Railway, to connect all the countries of Central and South America with the United States. He was the author of the last Chinese Bill which passed, and which prevents Chinese laborers from coming to our country. He presented resolutions with a lengthy report sustaining the Monroe Doctrine, and declaring that the United States Would look with disapproval on the construction or control of an inter oceanic canal across the isthmus of n or across Central America by any European government. He was the author of of the Legislation authorizing the President to retaliate on owners of foreign vessels for injury to American fishing vessels. He actively opposed alone the Senate Bill which was defeated and which sought to appropriate three millions of dollars to construct a cable from San Francisco to the Hawaiian Islands, when all other cables had been constructed by private contributions. He was the author of Hawaiian Resolutions, opposing annexation of Hawaiian at a cost to the United States of four millions of dollars. And ho was perhaps the most earnest and successful worker in Congress for the improvement of the Kentucky River. There were other important measures to which we might refer, which were introduced or managed successfully by Goy. McCreary in the House of Representatives, but we have cited enough to show that he was one of the most faithful, vigilant and successful Representatives in Congress. It will be appropriate here for us to insert a part of a letter which Gov. McCreary wrote to a friend a short time ago in regard to his record and which was published in several newspapers: "As a loyal Democrat I have always supported the nominees and platforms of the Demosratic party and in every political campaign in Keotucky for many years I have made speeches and done Ii In my power to elect Democratic nominees. In 1897 I made a number of speeches for Shackelford for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and for our platform. In 189G I declared myself for William J. Bryan, with whom I had served in Congress two terms, on the day he was nominated for President and I made a number of speeches for him and for John B. Thompson iu the Eighth Congressional District, urging their election and defending tho Democratic platform. 'On the money question it may not be amiss for me to refer briefly to a part of my record in Congress. In 18S6 when I entered Congress the National Democratic platform of 18S4 was in force. It declared in favor of 'Honestmoney, the gold and silver coinage of tho constitution, and a circulating medium convertible into either without loss. When the President recommended tho stoppage of the coinage of silver I voted and 6poke against stopping the coinage of silver. Tne tariff then became the great and leading question for several years; in June 1890 1 voted for tho Bland Free Coinage of Silver Bill. In March 1892 1 again voted for Bland's Free Coinage Silver Bill. Three months later tho National Democratib Convention was held at Chicago Juno 21, 1892, and it denounced tho Sherman Act and promised its repeal, and declared among other things for the parity of gold and silver, and for an Inter National Monej-terAgreement, and I supn ported this platform squarelj'. In 1893 1 voted to restore the Act, which, if it had passed, would have caused the coinage of thirty millions of silver dollars per annum. In 1894 1 voted to coin the silver bullion in the Taeasury, known as tho 'silver beignorago,' and when President Cleveland vetoed the bill I voted to pass it over his veto. In 1895 I voted against the Springer Bill which sought to place our country on a gold basis, and authorized an unlimited isste of gold bonds. In that same year I voted against the Reed Bill which authorized the issue of Coin Bonds; thus showing that I was opposed to the Government issuing any kind of bonda. In the winter of 1892-9- 3 under an act of Congress I was the only Democrat sent from tho United States Avith confour otler gentlemen, two being Senators, to the ference .held at Brussels where 1 advocated tho free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at tho ratio of sixteen to one, which was in accordance with the declaration of our National Democratic Platform of 1B92. In the fall of 1895 and the spring of 1890 I advocated Eimetalism, as opposed to Bimetalism by the United States alone, because believed then foin what I had learned at the Brussels Conference that aa Inter National Agreement could be obtained. Up to the meeting'of the Chicago, Democratic Convention in 1896, no National Democratic- - Convention ha4. ever declared for the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at tho rwtip of H$ to 1 by the United States alone, independent of other nations. After writing many letters to the delegates, representing the various nations of Eu- uinauriMi irhnm T ClarVArl in tllA UrneSnlu Afnnatoptf PAnforandn anrl iAA?..tn. Bime- nstpy sEsw&re I became convinced that no anreement for ana coald be secured I stand with six. millions and a half Democrats, who cast rvte for our Democratic candidate for President at the election in 1896, jgtR fappottaBd endors the ml WrWU.. .Democratic platfo.rn adopted at six-pag- o one-thir- d, goldS-percen- t. de-Iher-ed one-fourt- h one-fort- Da-rie- snb-inari- sub-mari- y Bland-Alliso- Inter-Nation- al Inter-Nation- al I Inter-Nation- sI 41 J.DWB, - .. White, J. H. Kennedy, J. T. Million wmmrxmrn and other Madison county friends of an; anewer- -i to 'Mf "Douglas Putnam'e Hl JJ Gov. McCreary were here Monday to Commercial Club paper on "How May put in a few good licks for their candiCapital Best Bo Attracted to Kendate. Nicholasville Democrat tucky?" Tho remedy is defeat tho Goebel force bill. Which means also Among the visitors who stopped here lay out Goebel. Louisville Commerlast week en route to the K. T. Con: cial. clave at Maysville, was Miss TJIary A. True for once. B.ut it's tho capital of Burton, of Lebanon, tho beautiful and Mark Hanna and his kind which tho Uncle accomplished daughter of Judgo R. A Goebel Bill is designed to keep out of Sam Burton, and Bister of Mr. Robert L. our State politics. Burton, lately a studont at C. U. Says Mrs. B. A Crutcher and little son, This Is Pkyor, Ellis and Poyntz havo acWilliam, spent several days in WinAmerica's cepted the offices of stato commissionchester this week Miss Eessie ers under the Goebel law. We would Greatest Spears, daughter of Mr. R. F. Spears, a cheap price Nothing is is -:i mistake. to advertise ! inferior goods infinitely prefer to see them as officers Medicine. j Jl. i. k.i of this county, is a member of the 189S ..11 1 inan gwua uiub iwns wan uuu is poor in M more certain to create aLSsawsiacuon ii in tho service of Spain, fighting the It will graduating class of Madison Female United States ferociously on sea and Sharpen quality. Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But I Institute, Richmond, Jessamine Jourland. Pantagraph. Your Appetite, nal. . Wo guess you would, for the fair and Purify and An inyatation has been received to honest elections they will bring about Vitalize Your Ellood. Overcome That the closing exercises of Hardin Colwill causo the everlasting overthrow of Get a bottle of legiate Institute at Elizabethtown, Tired Feeling. your Republican misrule in Kentucky. Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to June 1. Miss Maude Anderson Miller, Midway Clipper. take It TODAY, and realize the great of Irvino, is one of the five graduates. make a wonderfully strong combination. "We wish first to call your attention to good it is sure to do you. our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appreciaProf. Rice Miller, B. A., is President, Auuitok Stoxe declined to recognize and Miss Nannette Heath, of this city, ted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. the Board of Election Commissioners is a member of the faculty. by refusing to honor tho requisition, of Is America's Great(3t Medicine. All druggists. A Men's Fine Satin Lined. Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guarDr. C. S. Wilmore, of Kirksville, who the Secretary for supplies for the use of sold elsewhere for $2.00 our anteed in every part, will out wear has many relatives in Jessamine counthe Board. Ho acted upon the advice , . jj x pne Elsewhere is printed a call by ty w as stricken with paralysis Saturof the Attorney General. Mt. Sterling "Republican," npon the Republican day and his recovery owing to his ad Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and luce, kid and cloth tops, heel or Gazette. $2.00; our price $ 1 30 spring heel, made to sell The Auditor didn't recognize tho Re leaders in congress' to pass an income vanced age is not expected. Dr. Wil "Hn form School Commissioners until the tax law, to equalize the burden of taxa more practiced his profession for over Have also just received from !New York a full line of Laces, Madras tion. The appeal is strong, in that it half a century. He is an uncle of courts introduced them. Acting from Judge Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will partisanship or on the 'advico of an shows where blind partisanship halts at R. L. Wilmore. Nicholasville Demothe threshold of enforced poverty. crat. quote you some prices; on la-s- which will surery interest you: ignoramus don't make laws, though it Read it. tends to delay their enforcement. Miss Williamson, tho daughter of Torcnon Lace ior oc. iz Rev. C. P. Williamson, formerly of i 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. Cait. Milburx, of the British Lexington, is the guest of her cousin, steamship Myrtledene, who was im12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Mrs. Claude Smith is at borne from Mrs. Preston Blake. Mr. and Mrs. W. prisoned in Morro Castlo' three hours Irvine. W. Estill, accompanied by their niece Swiss. Edge for 3c. a yd. and sentenced to be shot as a spy. hav Mr. L. Gentry was over from Lex- Miss Laura Estill, have gono to Lexing been arrested while walking about ington Sunday. ington, Va., to attend the commenceWith every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. the lortifications, was released through Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed ami Mrs. H. C. Hargis is visiting her ment of Washington University. Their the influence of the British consul, and . 4s. l....rf. son is a member of the graduating X ; w My 1WUV IAJ Jllliiy says that he put the case to his captors daughter in Louiiiville. " class. Lexington Gazette. Twenty-fiv- e ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece of With a Mr. and Mrs. EvorettWitt arc at Msin this way when they told him that he In Danville Saturday we saw Mr. .... wv. J. V1.1.J .11.1 UlUUL V... was to be shot within an hour: "What's homo from Estill county. i l v.vU... and Mrs. B. J. Clay, of this city, who Col. J. Shelby Irvino was in Lebanthe use of waiting an hour? Why S are visiting Collector and Mrs. Jno. don't you go ahead and do it, and in a on the latter part of last week. W. Yerkes. Also saw Mrs. Delia few days Havana and all Cuba will be Miss Pearl Gent ry returned, ThursRamsey Kenney who was driving out blown up. England does not wait two day, from a visit to relatives in Ford. to her pretty home. Capt. Jas. T mouths when ono of hershipsis blown Mr. Wm M. Spears came over last Shackelford sported C. U. colors and up in a port of another country." week to spend several days with rela- "rooted" for our boys to the last. Mr. X&KWSV a it Am 5 tives. Bland Ballard was glaa to see tho Richmond has Commercial Club. Its Richmond, Ky. McKse Mr. Matt Cohen and wife, of Rich- home folks but joined with Capt. SQ W?I object is to attract manufactories to 3 mond, aro the guests of Mr. Joe Cohen Shackelford in statement that "Boyle this city, giving employment to labor- and family. county people aro all right." Woodford Sun. ers, and scattering their wages broadi n ff Miss Annie Dejarnatt is at home Mrs. Rutherford Douglas is at home cast. Wo are in favor of this, but ! And here we rise to remark, that the after a pleasant visit to her parents at from a pleasant visit to Mrs. Nancy Willis Dejamette, at Bowling Green, Commercial Club ought to do some Cincinnati. Nicholasville Democrat. Va- - She also visited Richmond, Va., Mrs T. J. Smith entertains this evenUomo Mission work among its mem Services at the Baptist church next bers and in the community. Before ing from i to 0 in honor of Mrs. Thomas and Washington City, at the former place stopping with Mrs. May Turner Sunday morning and evening hy the we invite other concerns to our city let J. Smithv Jr. pastor Rev. 1. 15. Tiniberlako. us support by our patranago those alMiss Mary Little will give a recept- Jones, whose husband, Rev. Ashbv Dr. E. M. Green, of Danville, was Jones, has charge of one of tho largest ready here. It is not our purpose to ion in honor of "As You Like It" on elected Moderator of the General AsBaptist churches in the South. Mr. sembly of the Presbyterian church at discourage growth, but thero is no need Friday evening. Jones' father, who has written a truth, New Orleans Thursday. of bringing other people here to imMiss ltanda Dnncan, of Xicholas-villfill history of the Civil War from a Rev. James preached a poverish them by a policy which is is with Miss. Bessie Spears during Confederate stand point, is now engag- good sermon atCornelison the tJecond Presbytedestructive of those already at our commencemeut. ed iu a biograghy of General Fitzhugh rian church on Sunday night. He is doors. not yet out of the Seminary at DanMiss Sudie Russel was the guest of Lee. ville. her sister, Mrs. J. Tevis Wilkorson at As sure as you are born the daddy of Amoung those from this place who There will bo a meeting of the DisNot for war, but to join our army of the act gorrymanding the counties of Lexington last week. attended the Conclave of Knights trict Mission Board of tho Tates. customers. We are now offering many Miss Margaret W. Clienault left on Templar at Maysville were Capt. J. Association at the Gilead Jitptist Cumberland and Monroe out of the great bargains in Corsets, Black and church, Congressional district, and into Monday for a week's visit to Mrs. Speed Smith, Dr. G. Wr. Evans, Messrs Sunday, near Cottonburjr, Saturdavand Third May Colored Dresb Goods. Steve White, R. C. Stockton, Wm. Benthe Eleventh, builded wiser than he Will Watts, in Fayette. knew. At the time tho change was In honor of Mrs. Henry Smith, of nett, S. L. Midkifi", Shelby Jett, J. It. made, we had a good fighting chance Atlanta, Mrs. J. K. Smith will give a Gibson, D. R. Tevis, T. J. Smith and McCoy To the to land our nominee again, hut since six o'clock dinner wife, and Misses Katie and Mariawil-li- u on Tuesday, May wife of James McCoy, 17. a hoy. so many of the voters have joined the Smith. Marcaret Chenault. f ftlnrv . Misses Pepper and letchcr enterc Irvine Republicans Want An Income Tax. Third Regiment and gone to war, it tained the "As You Like It" with a and Laura Bennett. As usual the RichIkvixk, Ky., May G. 1898. Please would havo taxed the party its utmost "portrait party" last evening. mond crowd were right in the push, the Republican to have overcome Senator Jones and our men being the handsomest and state, for the benefit ofthat the Republileaders at Washington Mr. John Tribblo and two little daughOur line of Wash Goods is complete and his goldbug allies if tho two counties largest, and our girls the prettiest. cans in the ''trenches" will no longer ters, of Garrard county, are visiting at most attractive prices. tolerate the present unjust system of had not been stricken off. Verily, it Steve White knew everybody along tho Mrs. Susan Tribble on Fifth street. seems that everything is working toline and was able to introduce every- international taxation, and therefore demand of them that they pass an act Mrs. T. M. Morrow, of Jacksou, iB body to everybody el.se. gether for the good of Democracy. amending tue constitution so that we I yisiting Mrs. John McConnick, on Glasgow News. The May number of the Atlantic mav havo an Income tnx: Ivipd. High street. Mt. Sterling Gazette. We are Republicans and we f Monthly has an additional interest for oolieve m the principles of the Re The election coinmissioners,provided Rev. Dr. MacMillan delivered tho Louis, ville people from the fact that it publican party, and havo done as much for by the Goebel Bill, met in Frank- Baccalaurate sermon at the Mt. Vercontains a very clever article by Miss or more tliannnv one elsein this"neck fort last week and organized by elect- non Collegiate Institute, on Sunday. Amy Thomas, on "The Changed Fash- of the woods" to uphold them, but ing Judge W. S. Pryor chairman, and So when you visit the City don't fail to enwith Mrs. J. W. Smith and Mrs. J. C. ion of the Proposal in Fiction." Miss while we are settling up at Spain, let us C. B. Chenault, of Mt. Sterling, secrehomo. We roll your name on our roster to fight high prices Chenault left yesterday to visit Miss Thomas has been doing some excellent do a little evening in tho Republican have great faith tary. Other members ol the commis Mary Spencer Smith, in Winchester. and cheap material. literary work. Her modesty has kept party and confidently look forward to Remember we-il- l prosion are Messrs. W. T. Ellis, of Davies tect you in every purchase, large or small. evening Miss Laura Lynn her name out of print, but her friends the time when our leaders in Congress ( county, and Chas. B. Poyntz, of Mason have arrived at the stage where they will get right ou this all important county. The board .adjourned to meet will give a six o'clock dinner .in honor believe means, let that she is doing herself an in- question. iJy all and thereby us have I ttie amendment, free as at Frankfort on June 15, next, for the of Miss Marv Letcher, of Cincinnati. Colonel and Mrs. Brutus Clay, of justice. Miss Thomas writes with grace many patriots in America as we do in purpose of appointing thrte election and ease. The acceptance of. the pres- .Cuba, or elsewhere. commissioners for each county, and Madison, aro visiting Mr. mod Mrs. ent article and several preceding con- of If they fail to hearken unto this note W. Yerkes. Danville Advocate. warning, let them will remain in session until the work is John well tributions by the Atlantic is in itself a to the Erst,"then there is the"look place tjey. for only Miss Annie B. Engleman is expected completed. The board announces that yp Tvv sufficient tribute to her powers as a that may expect further support, when rVf v4x - f2 Jli ' f iv"NNr iN I - sJrs K. ' l to be the guest of Mrs. Tom will appoint only fair men, and will it ai(effi);fi: Kj)iE &:? lffiK3)fu:-aa&:V the ballot-bo- x is again passed around. writer. Louisville Times. l Covington during the commencement. appoint silver Democrats,Republicans, Wo "demand an income tax " NaWWAWAWA'i Mrs. MeFerran Crow and little Respectfullv, gold Democrats, Populists and ProMrs. J. S. C. Bronaugh, Mrs. uaugnter, are visiting in REPUBLICAN. hibitionists. Spears, Mrs. R. F, Spears, are vis- Richmond Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas In Memoriam. iting Mrs. T. T. CoviDgton and Mrs. R. Brodhead gave a large and delightful The bad treatment given the Dis- E. Turley. Died at Ky..May .Tfl -barn dance last night at Woodburn to Mrs. SallieRichmond.Palmer, in 21, 1S9S. s patch by the merchants of Louisville Cochran the37th Mr. Arthur Lynn, eu route to Ches- Miss Lucy Alexander. A number of year of her life. resulted in such a loss of trade to that X). S.TttBT rjv. The death of one so fairly loved has city by theBretaliation of the country ter S. C, from Louisville, isstoppingat guests from Louisville, Lexington and . thrown an unusual gloom "on the hearts '!ta merchants that it became necessary to Mrs. Lynn's. He was graduated last FVankfort were present. The follow- of her many friends, dispelling bright MANAGER. rT wo&rjd Juno at C. U. ing unique invitations, folded and dreams and teaching that this world hold a Commercial Conven. Cos.- Miss Liday Nuckols was at home sealed in the old style before eno-lope- s can never give the bliss for which we tion to draw back to them the trade Best $2.00 and $2.50 were invented, were sent out: sigh. they had driven to other cities. The from Friday until Monday from her ; It is hard to realize Dispatch is the organ of the people and school at Richmond. Ver. Cor. Mid- "Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Brodhead present that death has claimed the bad truth House in Louisville. we her; compliments and would fain have you shall see no more her pleasant that as such they demand its support from way Clipper. counteMr. Henry J. Streag, who is very come to the eountry and dance in the nance, or hear her kind words; but then thoselwboask their patronage. Its presence in 1S95 and '96 would have en- prominent in Odd Fellow circles attend- barn, at early candle light on Wednes- it is only dust returned to dust and the lovely spirit of our sister has gone to sured the election of Democrats in ed a State meeting of the order in day evening, May the XVIIIth, Anno God who gave it. The immortal part mch2 -6m Domini MDCCCXCVIII. You are lives; what balm for bleeding hearts. Kentucky as was the case twelve Lexington last week. months after it started, despite the Messrs Al Curtis and Calo Shearer bidden to meet Miss Lucy Alexander. Sallie possessed many admirable traits of character, her tender, sympathetic united opposition of tho gold bug and came over to bid farewell to the folks Graciously reply." Woodford Sun. CO CZ3 .U3 heart 5 C 'How To Be a Belle" is thus told by to all and unselfish nature bound her Republican press. If the merchants before leaving with their regiment towith whom she came in contact. o an exchange. It is worth trying: "To It was this of Louisville want our inland trade let day for Chicamauga. disposition ti: Cj 9 H be a favorite one must possess, not sur- that bound her with strong ties to husthem patronize our paper. S.S'P- K PJ 2 c O a Miss Belle McDowell has gono to face, 3 but genuine kindness of heart. band and children and we know indeed a cc that their home now seems desolate. Staunton, Va., to visit her sister, &f rs. c 2 a: O M The personnel of the Commercial Con- Martha McDowell Hanger. Miss Mc- On tho subject a Baltimore woman God has taken her for purposes o a who was aud is still a great belle in known only to Himseif; while we can to re vention at Lonisville, last week, shows Dowell will bo much missed, especialo 2. o -- 5 that city, gives some wholesome hints not understand the Providence, we very plainly the ooject of the meeting. ly during J3 5" the commoncement festi- and among lother things says: "The can trust Him, for His promises and o a. a We are glad that Main street and some vities. a C5 1 love. Only another treasure has been most absolute necessity for being a a o a -f of the papers have seen at last the misc to of cc cc Miss Nannie Hancock, the pretty favorite In every sense of the word is added at the houseof manv mansions. o There take they made it 1895 and 1896, and the foot the throne 6he is W o o , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Han- sweetness. Not surfaco sweetness, waiting and we should wait in humble we don't believe it will again be repeatO cock, will go to Richmond this month but that genuine kindliness of o Felt, 3x6 mounted for summons, which ed. By tho course of Louisville mertr. 2L heart submission her to tho and then parting 3 HI will unite 5 5 us as the guest of Dr. and A. Wilkes that makes us considerate for all on Spring Fixtures, 05 p o chants and her newspapers in those about will come not aud sorrow be unknown; o o O years, a large portion of the trade of Smith, at "Westover Torrace." Louis- us, whether at home or abroad, and therefore, murmur not, weep not, God pi" c p ! S (6 r. o complete ready to cc cc which is just as sure to mako Itself doeth all thing well. Kentucky and Tennessee, which nat- ville Times. Cj - it- -, ? hang r "M." In Stanford Journal. Miss Carrie Lano Riegs left yester- evident as the tearose is bound to exurally belonged to Louisville, was hale its exquisite perfume. Never Central University Commencement. driven to St. Louis, Cincinnati and day for Germany, whore she will spend say mean things about any one. Your Chicago. Wo regretted to see this, but a year in the study of the German hearers may laugh at the time, but The Central University senior class Miss Riggs has many instinctively they feel that they may be has issued handsome invitations to the Louisville can blame no one but her- launguage. friends in Richmond whose best wishes the next to suffer, and one by one they annual commencement exercises of self. By the attitude of the Democwill drop away from you, for there is that institution, which will be held racy of Louisville towards the Democ- will follow her. nothing bo adsolutely killing as ridicule. June 5 to 8. The class officers are; Messrs. Clerence Woods and Steve "Never try to keep a man with yon President, John N. Turner; racy of tho State in 1895, and of the Mary H. Little; secretary, VirNation in 1896, the lost the friendship, White were among tho "rooters" who against his will. You mav succeed ginia C. Belts; treasurer, X.acy I. Mof-fe- t. very s poor logic to agree that with it the trade, of the people who came along with the C. U. team Satur- boundwell once or twice, hut he is to feel more or less 'struck,' and all meats arealike. Our meats had always traded with her, and had day. They returned delighted with in the end will aypid you. After all PnOGEAJl OP THE WEEK. are the best. We kill first-clas- s made Louisville a great city. AVe will everything (excepting the score.) your belledom is not for one or two Baccalaureate Sermon, Sunday, June years, but perhaps" for a good many, 5th, 11 a. in. Rev. Honry M. Scudder, bo glad to see the breach closed and the Danville Advocate. cattle, is why we have especially iu D. D. Carlisle, Ky. where arrogance assumed by the Louisville always enjoyed a good share Mr. Henry P. Reid, for several years marry late, America, don't the girls and vou Y. M. want t Address. people in 1895, not exhibited so plainly, with Thk Climax, has Jaid down the make friends for only mie season. Ac- 5th, 8 p. C. A.Rev. W. Sundav. Juno of Richmond's patronage. m. H Marquess, D. even though they should feel them- stick and rule to tako up life insurance cept attention with so sweet a willing- D., Louisville, Ky. Those that have not favored Preparatory Commencement, Monselves a little bettor and a little wiser and hereafter will visit the homes of ness that the other will be positively us with orders in the past glad ho offered it, and if you have t"o day, J une 6th, 11 a. m. than their country cousins. Then wo Montgomery county in tho capcity of decline, do as it graciously and as kindwill be convinced, by giving Junior Oratorical Contest, Monday, shall see a mutual people, and trade of an angel of mercy. ly as you can." June 6th, 8. p. m. us a trial order thatour Beef, Louisville increased many fold. CumClass Day,Tuesday, June 7th, 11 a. m. The event of commencement will be . Meeting of Board of Curators, Tues-do- y, berland Courier. the 2d annual hop by tho Madison Meats, are not excelled by any market Pork: nnri Awarded Juno 7th, 9 a. m. Junior Social Club in the Collins Highest Honors World's" Fair, Annual Meeting of Alumni AssociaDeafness Cannot be Cured tion, Tuesday, June 7th, 3 p. in. Building on Monday night, Juno 6 by local application, as they cannot Aiunmi auaress, Juesuav, June 7th, f reach the diseased portion of the ear. The club's hop last June was the most vegetables anch a T?Mr,. tw 8 p. m. Hon. J. O. Flournoy, Fulton, ., . .. :., can bo fonai la air There is only one was to cure Deafness, brilliant for years. Thisiono will equal Lettuce, Ky. laarel Thanking yon for past patronage, I a continuance oi samo. and that is by constitutional remedies. it in all jespects. j Commencement Exercises, WednesDeafness is caused by an inflamed conday. June 8th, 11 a. m. Mrs. Fi. Deatherage hiis returned to dition of the mucous lining of the Tho senior class is the largest in the may25-l-TdepkoBV 10J. y (to Mrs. Hea Eustachian Tube. Wben this tube gets Richmond after a visit history of tho collese. Twenty six- Mackey Boil1jjg, Main St. inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or cox, Mrs. S. P. Vestal anil two children young men and two young ladies comimperfect hearing, and when it is en- came over from Richmcnd Friday to prise the class. Their names follow: tirely closed Deafness is the result, and join Lieut. Vestal senior, ciass. at hindquarters. unless the inflammation can be taken R. E. Adams, W. C. Bennett, Robert E.-Lexington Argonaut, Maj 22. out aud tins' tube restored to its normal H. Berry, Virginia C. Betts, George S. condition, hearing will bo destroyed Mr. H. L. Smith, wifej and baby, of Burnam, T. W. Fisher, H. B. JFleece, C. IN BEincr SUNDAY, forever; nine casses out of ten are Atlanta, Ga., are the jraest A. Gleghorn, Robert G .Gordon. J. J. No. L Cincinna UaadUvlnBtifcpreffl,se.Bl!ibH,nlMAT U. 1898. of ifcev; caused by cattarrb, which is nothing ... lrWW1 ,nt .1 -. Greealeaf, Jno. Rv Hamptou, Hite H. .. 6 II Lt lOopst but an inflamed condition of the Jasper K. Smith. The atter has re-- e north boaad Z 4 " Hutfaker, Garniss W, Hunter, R, Jf. fStaaftmr ? mucous surfaces. turned from Cam pbellsvil where, with 5 IU 3 56am LrtSiaa! " jmKr, imary xx. i,une, .t.acy I. seittfefefcfcaa ID Richmond We will give One Hundred Dollar for vA.tu.-- ' ' Monet, oKLobaaoc , ho installed 4.....I1 iinUU XrU Smi na.X. jT7lirt.WOJH.. BnwaWBQ nL H.Pickete, - U an f case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Jtov. noon. iS r -21 Rev. Mr. Sliive pastor of Belthel 7 Jteirt4Hl 'I i MOST PERFECT MADE. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh, ;g -, J.jSwKd Smith,-Jr- . V MwrW; , ct- -j rd if ? church V, Cure. Send for circulars, free., "Apuns Grape aeanurf-TaHi- r ' . ma 4 Po&hiv fm .. r..a L TF. Swallow, Jeha jr. ! Cheney & Co., Toledo? O. F..J. ir f upiibep jjb jtowMl.m.oftii on or address Jaiisrerat HHiuvanLH H.U. Qibr Himj nnmioiMHim OT WyOOMUW jPfrSqld by Drsggist, 75c ay4-1soe, S. B. rhel f, UA Fepe, SobVi ' -- 40 YIAHS THC 84 V. L W jtbewpwsi t ESMSFitjiSBfs, ' it KIJPER BXpD, Aft, ! . , H f ', c. v THE-Mt- 'FT . T 4 Srling GaeUe has found -- - :; ' S -.- IF - ' ' r ' "'- - -- -' - ' . A" iN itsK4M.a t VB'NM 7FZ7KVW'fr . iiiw WK I !vJiw& f ?J We Advertise Facts mi Facts Only! It - at !! L. T Low Prices and Good Goods Hood's Sarsaparilla an', St at e PERSONAL. rax- iaras I. v y MV CO MCK ..... .rJ U. ..... .. "win., H. H Corner, 7 7f ?i M ' RELIGIOUS. &X&W?A '$&& 5 volunt: EERS m WANT ft? e, Cr-e- 2S-2- 9. BIRTHS life-lon- g In Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead the town B to-da- y, &l ite - & - Gibson ?V4F?vyc4 .jffcj) AWAWAWAWAVJ l- I C A AT -- A .1 KS ) Ktt-J-:n- Mar-gur- et mari0M 1 ml ;aae! saer- ed ?l ?l SR SR - ak CO zsf: :5 ft S ! CC 55- - - t w s S3 ra o C"a -- CD CD r vice-preside- Richmond Market It Mutton, DR, Freh F?ish Recieved Dailv atalii!m-.,rrta0??f- IIome-gu.- Mtm CREAM c- 0n. A3D.t.T)ouas, fe Bad-aoli- eit BAKING 1.81 IT. f ft. K. C. DIVISION. m Tst-v- POHDffi nj - 'umk i k a, wj ml"f;". .L.VL- w 3 ttmm STF; - ii . itr 11 -- i-- it, ! I UP TV. 1! - ! sr .CI Jl ?! !! TV 'St .,- - h y , !vi" IsvRTi V GOOD MOF "Rrio-lit "j ING! nors both , . "ed The Furniture to Be Removed. j. r - i i r - -- J" II i The handsome furniture in tho second story of the Governinont Bonding has been ordered to bo shipped to Little Bock, Ark , to fnrnlsh the Government Building-a- t that place. Home Made Fly Screens. $ Doi.r.ns.aye Fow Heard Tie Latest I, rv '. tt.i 'f s VM' V Douglas & Turpin are agonts for tho best patent fly screens ever brought to this mareet. Fit to either door or windows guaranteed or no charges made and reasonable rates, raaylg 2t A V. KLONDIKE No use going to Alaska, when you can find a "Regular Klondike," in the way of values at our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no digging out of musty corners. Notwithstanding the big advance in nearly ttii lines oi goous, we snaii continue to give customers tne Deneiic of our advantage of having bought largely before the advance. VI in and Derby, and their new line of Men's and Bo Soft Bosom j1 Huaiiuj auu prices are a regular .Dewey s JbJ &, -- e "TW T? ,w. ox-c- n uunu xmim r.. n an Brilliant Banquet. Shirts VI V s i'1-'- 0 Bargains! Watch Our Show WindowI'S.: Their line of Men's, Boy's and Youths Shoes fEussia Calf, Vici and Patent Leather; Ladies' Misses' and Children's Sfes, Oxfords and Slip- " ixiiiigiiiuu, yici ana ratent .Leather a: -- - Tho Prandennial Club will hold its second annual bsnquet in the parlors of Madison Institute and it will be the most elaborate affair of the year. Hon. Jas. B. McCrerry will act as toastmas-te- r. "The Club," Dr. E. M Parks; "Onr Guests," Prof. Gordon Paxton. president-eleof the club; "Our country," R. AV. Miller. ct "-1"! A New Swindle. Cyn-thian- (up-to-dat- e. Bargains! Be Nfi WILL BE THE BATTLE CRY THIS WEI AT Bars- aims! w JR iWatch Our Show Windows. SMC- - 7fc rvTLrT? ! " IIIIII Ilillllll I yyuyLHUj uiliuil i I M . i I Q III m A 5Jt uufil IN , ?R?R3WR?R?IWRHIHIH ..,.,.,,., . , I null (N .,,. j w .;, wi-txsW7W (JN ... 'IPV - tl ....... e(J - V i A new scheme to rob farmers has bobbed up in Kentucky, says the a Courier. A couple of men drive on the premises and present false papers purporting to give state authority for examination of wells, cisterns, etc., under pure food laws. They inspect the water through a microscope, and find all kinds microbes, bacteria, cholera germs, and typhoid fever bugs, permit the fanner and wife to look through the microscope, where of course thoy 6ee the nienugeno that always has been and always will be con- n filinfil in H rlrnn nf wntof Tl.n 'i.in.1. V ..vrf, v. lllliienea taruicf lolks are then advised to apply certain romedies which the fakiis sell to them at a high figures (a littlo plain soda and nothing more) and then go on their swindling way. Don't Skip A Word Of this as it is money in pocket to read it all. There will be "A Hot Old Time" at The s Busy Bee Cash Store this spring, if goods and Low Cash Prices will do it, we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. first-clas- ZESZ53HBBHMHMMBHHMI Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fino French Organdies, we are now offering pick and choice of our large second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $2.70 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods soil at 43 and 50c per yd. We are offering a suiting in beautiful new designs at $1.69 per dress pattern. There is only a limited supply and they are all good styles. Don't miss the chance to see them. 36-inall-wo- ol I - i ...i. "We are showing all tho new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jacquods, Brocaded Mohairs etc. Ask for what you want and you will get it at Lowest Cash We have just opened and put on sale the largest and most complete line of Carpets ever shown in this city, we have everything you want in this line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the finest Axminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you w ill want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back yard. You will also find a nice line of Mattings, Oil Shades and Lace Curtains in this department. We sell a Full Length Felt Shade Spring Fixtures at 10c. Genuine Oil Shades, all colors and white at 25c each. Nice Lace Curtains from 39c per pair up. Price. ms co S H mVnill? fort be to The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY MAY' 2T LATE WAR Cin-cixxat- i, SEWS. (Special) "fllIM - 189S. O. May. 24 Xavy Department this afternoon received fifty messages from Dewey, Cavito, o Advertisements will be received o dated 24. He May 20, via Hong Kong, May said Manila conditions - g by THE CLTMAX with the guarantee that its circulation exceeds 5 critical because foreign (subjects ferr 9 o c outbreak of Spanish soldiers, and that O that of any other paper published O rebels are 5 in Richmond. p Humors organizing under Anguialdo. that Sampson destroyed C O Of0V?f305'OOCK3000000?;COOO Cervera's fleet come from all souices. Navy department officially denies knowledge of battle in Windward Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Passage, but savs that cables at SantiProctor Knott Cigar. ago and San Juan, Puerto Rico, were War news on first page. cut by the U. S. S. St. Louis. G. A. R. men of New Jersey preC. V. vs. K. U. tominorrow. sented this afternoon to Secretary AlStrawberry festival Monday even- ger an American flag to be raised over ing. Morro Castle, Havana, when it shall Let Midkiil paint and trim your have lallen. mavll-Cmcarnage. Kakger, Cin. Post. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott Tlie Proctor Knott, the best cigar. cigar. Mr. T. C. Adams has been invited Tho state favorite, the Proctor and accepted the invitation to speak Knott cigan at College Hill Decoration Day. May 2S, and at Berea on the :iOth. C. U. vs. Centre Saturday at or Versailles. I have the best and cheapest road If you want a corn planter spe the wagon on the market. S. L. Midkiff. new Haworth at D. B. Shackelford & W. II Watts, salesman. Co.. may o Before selecting spring suit, Accomodation has been made for call on Clias. Jacobs' the Main Street 150 of the Blue Grass Tournament vistailor, itors, and there w ill be as many .more Harris & Bice have btarted up their to provide for. Those w ishing to enterbrick yard, employing about fifteen tain visitors that have not already done bauds. so are earnestly requested to report to Don't forget the otrnu berry festi- Prof. J. D. Clark at once. val over Joe's old stand, Monday evenBuy your fruits and groceries w here ing, May oO. you can save monej , and that place is J?ee Midkilfsline of buggies before Gus Margolen's. Below are quoted a you buy. All work guaiauteed. W. few prices : mavll-Cm- o Oranges, per dozen, H. Watts, salesman. 20 cts. --o Xick-ola-vjlle Ctoerrg Pec al saved my littlo girls' live they had OUR . Cloths, Denims, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dresses are beautiful. Ask to sco them, prices are only SJ to 14c per yd. Our Bicycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert Is thoroughly "Tailored" not 99 ''Sawocl-out- " Whooping HALF.S1ZE A Good cool. Barnes Mrs. A. H. BEE1 Y. l and "glued together" any "old thing" on which to mark a cheap price. The only thing cheap about this kind of clothing is the,price. J .1 In our Domestic Department you will find best brands Cf licoes, all colors, from 3 to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton 4jc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from 6 to 61c per vd ; 4 Unbleached Pcpperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our large Bize 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 low est prices. yard-wid10-- !?: S " s2. r S 2 1 there's more comfound from wearing a pair of onr shoes than you can dream of and the money we will save you on each pair you purchasewill bo a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair; Ladies' Dongola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoes for $1.00 and $1.25, worth $1.50 and $2.00; Full line Men's and Boy's Heavy "Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. rrrTTTWith rL-IJ.- our Shoes "1 no c5 S" j. o - a , so 3 I O BOTTLES, 50E t eTvy "J One on Judge Sulliv; Judge P. H. Sullivan was thfUipi- eiuoi two setting nens pres &1 to him by Sheriff Colyer, who, I on- venience had nailed them uo i I box in which the nests had be bailt ready for businoss. The Judg ays it never occurred to him that t hens needed food or water and :c ne ieu mem lastencu up on ttieir igtsun til death came to their relief.. 1 Our New Represents Modern Tailored Ready to "Wear Clothing. ummer uits 2 Our Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things fcr our friends and patrons, we are selling a good Cassimere Suit for men at $2.48 per suit. Wo are showing several styles in beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at $3.98 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 SI 50 on a suit as they aro worth from $S.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. "We sell Boy's Knee Pants at 15c per pair. "We have v a , cr - just opened a handsome line of the Mrs. Jane ilopkin's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, they are made Double" Knee and Double Seat, warranted not to rip, tbe boy's pants of this kind running up to 13 years old. Boy sizes are only 49c per pair. all-wo- c - " -3 -- . 2. C 5 o - O n 3 o Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair; Ladies' seamless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seamless black hose Sc a pair: onr 23c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seamless sox 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless sox 8c; our 10c black sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere; Children's ribbed hose sizes frS, oc a pair; Children s seam less no oeu nose - only n:. we are snowing a beautiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe Hosiery lor ladies and children, also all the new novel ties. Kid curlers large size 5c a bunch, white rose cabinet hairpins the best 5c each, curhm irons 5c, men's garters 10, 15 and 10c ladies' gar ters 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 oc each, hairpins lc a boo, good pins 1c a paper. needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each. white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool cotton 3 for 10c, en velopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's an 1 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. t100-var- te U W M is ery w ell to do. The ceremo 'Squire Turpin's first attempt at me Knot, alter wincn 3lr. ant: Jiles were driven to White Hall, H. C. Clothing made with care and thought to give the wearer At S years of age, Henry Jill who was lately released from jail oill,500 perfect satisfaction. It's surprising how "much good" can bail for killing Joe Gatlilf, on Biliill, be put into clothes and sold at the prices we name : last July, was married yestesv to Mrs. Mary "Williams, who is a 'Wfc'SB, $8, S10, S12.50, S15 and S18. of the second Mrs. Jiles. Mrs iles No matter what price suit you buy here, you are getting was married three times pre fe to this. Ho has property in Indiaaind more real values for your money than elsewhere. well-earne- His Fourth Wife. We will put on sale at once one lot of about 500 of the Celebrated French Woven Century Corset worth $100 elsewhere, our price o')c as 5 5 long as thev last. IT'S ALL IN THE PRICE' Most merchants figure to see how much they can g' t for an article, we figure to see how cheap it ran ! sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash "" Si i , Ji:S!rUBa d was mg Ire. Ir. More's. The Producers Get Nothing. J5 Covington AND Mitchell. "- - OLDHAM & COMPANY. g&f S&f J 4Ts!i When lr Strawberries, per quart, ing concealed weapons. " Lmoas, per dozen, Joseph McSivam'c house in the eait Best green tea, per pound, DO " end was damaged a hundred dollars' Lion collee ' " 10 " worth bv Are hist Wednesday. Sugar 17 pounds .00 25 " The "Dewey Buggy" made by John 3 cans best com Djuc-Iso25 " is all that money and skill 3 cans best tomatoes 121 " Best Bio colfee can mako in a first class buggy. 3 pounds evaporated peaches 25 " Head what Air. W. 11. Douglas, the 10 " 12 pounds A. II. fcoda leading butcher of Richmond, has to Can pineapples 10 ' say mlus advertisement in this issue. 11 " feugar cured hams 8 The fctate Bank and Trust Co. Sugar cured shoulder 25 " building will be remodeled m sixty o pound can apricots days, and will be the prettiest building Attention, Lad.es. in town. All those desiiing the latebt things D. B. Shackelford & Co. wish to in ready made dre&s shirts, hoacry, thank the eople for their promptness notions, muslin underwear and hats. in placing their order for Deeriug Should call at once on MibS Temfie Harvesters. may4-3- t Oldham. Chas. Jacobs, the iashiouable Main Strawberry Festival. Street tailor, is tuniiug out the The ladies of the Infirmary Associasuite ever seen in l'ichmond. tion will give a strawberry festival Examine his samples. next Monday, May 30, in the old MadiThe rock crusher lor the county son club room over Joe's old stand. j tikes was given a satisfactory test on They will not charge for admission, but Friday. It is equal to what the eorn for w hat you eat. fcheller is to the tanner. Change of Date. Potts & Duerson's wheat shipped to The date of the annual Convention of Chicago did not grade as Xo. 2, and the Madison County Sunday School they received $1.17 per bushel, instead Union has been changed, and will now of $1.60 as reported last week. convene on Saturday, June 25, at 10 a. Mr. Franklin Million came up irom ra., at the Christian church, Union City. Perkins yesterday and cays wheat be- A good program has been prepared and tween here and Valley View looks as a grand meeting i's anticipated. Every well as he ever saw it this lime of the Sunday school worker in the county 6hould be present. year. hand-bonie- st James Wills was fined in the city court $25 and ten day s in jail for carry- Bananas Apples, '' " " " Covington, Arnold & Bro. bought 7700 bushels of wheat from Win. Glys-pi- t, of Paint Lick, at $1.05. 'They also from Potts & Duer-so- n bought a car-loa- d at $1.00. with flags, butttous and the like, but the most approved way to show your patriotism is to ride in a "Dewey uug-gy- " made by John Douelson. I have on hands now a full line of high grade buggies, carriages and road wagons at lowest prices. ."S. IT Midkiff. Wm. H. Watts, salesman. o It is well enough to decorate yourself mayll-6m- Mr. W. C. Wiggm, traveler for J. O. Ayer & Co., Philadelphia, manufacAvers' Hair turers of the celebre-teVi"or. Sarsaparilla, Ch erry Pectoral ank Pills, was here yesterday and gave ns d a call. D. B. Shackelford & Co. say they have taken more oiders for Deering Harvesters this season than eer be fore, which looks as if the farmers expect a big wheat crop and want the best machine to handle It with. Horse thieves have been operating in tne county. J. W. Herndon lost two. and Mr. Wallace nnH itr!fk Maunin one each. The Texas penalty is bangingfor horsestealing, penitentiary for murder. Kentucky Is easier in both cases. Street railwavs in small towns have not as a rule, proven very remunera- live investments. Tpe one at Kich- -' has .been declared a nuisance ordered torn no. whilo that at has been' sold at publie oatery. J. D. Grover, formerly ol Owen- ton, being the purchaser at "28,000 Qweatoa Herald. J Syrup of Figs, manufactuied by the other country in the world and its toCaliorniaf Fig Syrup Co. bacco is renewned all over the world. Mrs. S. L. Roso is dead at Newaik, Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the O , aged 100 years. finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly Pa., made. S. C P. Jones, Milesburg, writes: ' I have used Do Witt's Little Centre Gets Even. The floating debt of Kentucky has Stimulate the stomach, C33&. Early Risers ever since they were in- been reduced to $6S2,0S9.55. rouse the liver, cure biliousC. U.'s team went to Danville Sat troduced here and must say I have ness, headache, dizziness, day and was beaten never used anv pills in my family In tho 3d An Attack ot Fever. tour stomach, constipation, etc. ITice 2S cents. .SoM liy all drucKi'ts. during fortv ye'ars of house keeping ning Centre scored once, and in t "My son had an attack of fever and The onlj 1111$ to take with Uood'i SarsaparUla. that gave such satisfactory results as seventh ran in six scores on errors hc Circus Came, Saw and Was Conquered, a laxative or cathartic." Douglas & when he recovered he complained that There is enough salt in the sea ter two men weie out. u. u. scor his bones ached. His physician adtoo Cooper & Co circus came to town cover 7,000 square miles of land with to Wmes. a vised him to take Hood's Sarsaparilla once in the sixth and eighth and twi The man who ridea a hobby uses ego- and he did so. When he had taken last Thursday but did not give an ex layer one mile in thickness. in tne ninth. Kotten umpiring cut 01 hibition or a parade on account, it is two bottles he was cured. He is now tism for a saddle. Ram's Horn. Women are not the only ones who threo of C. U.'s earned runs. Tl: sail, able to do a man's work." George W. of tho high license, $300. With are sensitive about their ages. A man A Man Ylio is Tircil Webi!, Three Springs, Kentucky. place to decide tne supremacy is oj to be told that ho is getof offending the kids we ven- impoverished neutral ground, and we hope that ex tht riskexpress our gratification with doesn't like ting old. Health keeps a man young. All the time, owing to tuib to blood, should take Hood's SarsapHood's Pills are the only pills to take actly the same teams will play, includ thtlfailure dosen't make any difference if he of the circus to exhibit here It lived eighty years. arilla to purify and enrich his blood with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy and iug Capt. Speed, of C. U., who was tw has If they have give him vitality and vigor. and yet efficient. It weak to take part last Saturday. Hit at tjiis time. A circus takes away about been healthy years, he will be hale and of weakness and lack of absence counts more than mere scores $2,aX) in money, and to that extent de hearty and won't look within twenty This condition natural consequenco of energy is a Careful measurements prove that Uemavplay in the next game withe pletes the private pursesof people who years as old ns he is Good digestion tho coming of warmer weather, the average curvature of the earth is our old rivals, as he did two weeks agob and rich, red blood make people look Circus38 which finds the system debilitated 6.99 w hen we shut them out w ithout a score! canjll afford the expenditure. youthful. Dr. Pierce's Golden Mediinches to the statute mile. and the blood impure. Anderson. C. C.'s first baseman, is bring thieves to town and leave only cal Discovery make rich, red blood. medicine is a necessity spring Everybody Says So. simply profesh; Grinstead played .demoralization and disease. With It makes health in the right way. It A good almost everyone. Hood's Sarwith Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonbrilliantly; Baker caught well. liey-nol- plouland meat, etc., going higher and works according to the right theory, saparilla is what tho millions take derful medical discovery of the age, pleashad eight chances without an and in 30 years of practice, it has in the spring. Its great power to ant and refreshing to the t:.ste, act gently error. Hindman used his head and lighlrletus do without circuses fjr proved that the theory is absolutely purify and enrich the blood and and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, wllle. arm like a vet. correct. It begins at the beginning build up health is one of the facts of cleansing the entire systpm,il dispel colds, begins by putting the stomach, liver euro headache, fever, tinbitu constipation mayii-iu- i neral Howard at Berea College. common experience. A Oala Week. and biliousness. Please buy and try n box and bowels into perfect order, but it , no cents. Bold and ; 0, begins its good work on tho blood beor Vic ijumaxi Prof. Clark furnishes us the followA married woman pretends often to of C. C. C. to cure by all druggists. fore it finishes with the digestive sys- be fooled when she is not. Atchison guaranteed Touring program for the Blue Grass Geo. Oliver O. Howard is to deliver disease London has about 54S,:i00 inhabited nament, which will be held hero on he adlress at tho great Memorial Day tem. It searches out and forcesgerms Globe. wherever they may be them houses. next Thursday, Friday and Saturday: ratheiing at Berea College in Ken out of tho body. All uruggists keep From a Methodist Preacher. Thursday afternoon school parade tuckv the "Discovery. it PllttfOICNUB,AN TEA cures Djrspp" Clav City, Ind., Jan. 12, 1S97. from High School building to Central 1 lUlllvi V Bia, Constipation and IndiBotllthe man and the placo are of Casper Cox, a white boy. fell from a Pensin Svrun Co.. Monticello, 111. University to see base ball game be- the liiiiest interest. gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. bridge into Panther creek, Daviess Gentlemen: It affords me great tween Central University and KenGenial Howard, the Bayard of the county, and was drowned. pleasure to speak in praise of your most Q.Bold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. White. medicine. I have suffered tucky University. Amerittn army, is probably the nirst America's greatest medicne is Hood's excellent from sick headache, Insanity affects one in 450 of the Thursday evening in Central Univer- distinguished survivor of the Civil Sarsaparilla, which cures when all quite a great deal OR For Bowling Green. the result of sedentary habits and slug- American population. Department Commander A. J. Tliarp sity chapel, at eight o'clock will occur war. Jie lost ms arm at iair uaKs in other preparations fail to do any good gish liver and bowels. Your remedy Aay. it corrects these troubles and my head- Don't Tcbaceo Spit and Snoka !Toar Lifs easily the musical contest of five choruses, '62, butlontinued in the service, win- whatever. is at the State Encampment of the G. vou want ir forever, be to quit tobacco using aches are stopped. J. C. Booxe. four solos (vocal), three solos (piano), ning rmeated promotions, selecting Of the eleven Emperors and EmA. R. at Bowling Green. He was acmade well, strong, magnetic, and Pastor M. E. Church. admission of the Un In position at Gettysburg, and presses of Russia between Peter 1. and full or new life aud vigor, Uxo wealc men companied by Dr. Phil Boberts. 'Squire three vocal duets. An Middelton. may4-lSold at B. Ii. tnat makes the twenty-fiv- e cents will be charged to holdingihe most important commands Alexander III, four have been assassiAgeeand Jas. Masters, of this place, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. nated. of your Georgetown has population of 4,619; Over 400,000 cured. Buy contest. since thti var, until his recent retireAssistant Adjutant Geueral Geo. T. this guarantee to euro, 50c or children of school ago 1,378; property druggist, underand sample mailed free. Ad. Friday morning at Caldwell High ment onkecount of age. He is still Indigestive poisions are the bane of 1.00. Booklet Grinstead and Assistant Quartermarter School will occur the contests in men- young enough to make a most elegant tho dyspeptic's life. "When sick, see valuation $1,514.723. Sterling Remedy Uo.,Chicago or New York. General J. A.Moores, of Winston. algeif your sickness is caused by indigestal arithmetic, rapid calculation, address. S. E. Park, Sharon, Wis , writes: "I The King of Sweden Is the tallest School Bond Election Date Changed. tive poisions. If so, take Shaker Witch Hazel fca.ve European monarch. bra, geometry, writing, drawing, Latin The Mmorial Day celebrations at cer- have tried DeWitt's Cordial. This is the only always stops The city council has changed the translation, English grammar andJEng-lis- h Berea cured, at of unique interest. Hero tain way of being permanently get rid for itching piles and itI consider CASCARETSstimulate liver, kidneys and them in two minutes. election for bonds for the date of the composition. , are gatbeAd the loyal veterans of tje because it is the only way that which Hazel Salve tho greatest bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. of a colored pchool building, base South. Tlte nation has given scanty of thepoisons. You know that ferment- pile euro on the market." Douglas & 10c. erection Friday afternoon two games of mavl-lfrom June 1 to June 22. There were ball will be played at Central Universi- recognition to the mountain peoplewho ed food is poisionous. You known Wines. poision is unhealthy. Shaker Dithat Mai no factories sold $250,000 worth two members absent, Prewitt and Bal- ty athletic park Harrodsburg vs. Win- suffered ii East Tennessee, held Ken gestive Cordial clears the stomach of "W hen bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, McCann chester and Richmond vs. Paris. Ad- tucky in tre Union, and made Wdst fermenting food, and purifies tho blood candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. of shoe pegs in 1S97. lard. Messrs. Pickels and may5 lyr and system of indigestive poisons. It April 'Wi3l02i. voted against the change, Messrs. mission ten cents. Virginia shede from secession. cures indogestion and the diseases that Carse and Maupin for it. Mayor Smith Friday evening at eight o'clock deeggs has Be sure that your blood, is pure, your Berea C'J lego is largely devoted to come of it. Headache, dizziness, A Clark county dealer in broke tho til by voting lor the change. clamatory contest in Central Universi- the intereM of these people. It en- nausea, stomach-achweakness, flatu- shipped ninety thousand dozens since appetite good, your digestion perfect. up To nnrifv vour blood and build ty chapel five boys and six girls. rolls sevei hundred students, arad lence, constipation, loss of appetite, January 1. A Fine New Firm. health, take Hood's Sarsajiaiilla. of all winners in sends, its jiuivdrsity extension lec- irritability, etc. There are a fow of the Announcements This medicine has accomplished recaused by indigestive Mr. John A. Higgins, of the new gro contests will also be made. turers to tfto remote recesses of the symptoms, markable cures of all blood diseases. and Eczema, Tetter, poisons, cured by Shaker Digestive & Ellis, is former cery firm of Higgius, "White Blood Purifier. is the cents. Admission twenty-fiv- e Cordial. The intense itching and smarting inci- It Hood'sTrue vast mountain district. Sarsaparilla bus power to in Cincinnati purchasing a mammoth druggists, price 10 cents to sl.00 dent to these diseases is instantly allayed At Saturday morning ball game between Several thousand people, mostly on and enrich" make you well stock of groceries for their store in the winners of Friday's games, and athletic per bottle. Jt hv nnnlvine- Chamberlain's Eye .nd ing your blood, by purifying an appetite, giving you horseback, fcoine to Berea on Memorial Many very bad ;ases Skin Ointment. Herndon storeroom, lately occupied by sports. Admission ten cents. digestive One pound of shoeps wool is capa- ha'vo been permanently cured by it. tit and nerve, mental nitd aprl3-lDay,andon of tho great featuresjlis A. D. Smith. The new firm have got Paris, Winchester, Cynthiann, exhibition of the flag of the ith ble of producingone yard of cloth. 3 13 equally efficient for itching jiiles ihl strength. tho capital, push, experience and friends a favorite remedy for sore nipples; Richmond, liarrodsburg and Kentucky regiment which was the first charmed hand3. chilblains, frost bites From an Old soldier., behind them and will take instant rank Somerset High Schools will be repreon Lookout to wave 'abve the clouds" ! and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per b jx. with the leading merchants of our city. sented in the contests. About three Ind., Jan. 14. 1897. Knox, Mountain every confidedce in as a pin ana uy Gents: I have The storo is clean Dr. Cady's Condition Powders. ,re hundred and fifty pupils are expected President f rosfc,who fs a transplanted recommending your Syrup of Pepsin. doy will3be stocked heavily with new to be here. with I am 72 years of age and am broken jnst what a horse needs when, in had day of May jfrom Elchmoad Yankee, but thoronghly identified Lost on condition. Tonic, blood pnrifier lind Kentucky the goods. a SiMMZX, White anit lemon Colordown, tho trouble having been bought vermifneo. Prof. QIai-- suggests and urges all the mountain people, nas Deen cai They are not food but ed Beagle Honnd Bitch. A lib jral reward win G mountains, on by my experience, in the war. Your medicine and the best in nee to pat a be paidfor her return to me tl Richmond or About the Size ol it. who will entertain the visitors to send the Apostle oi the who knowand t of Information a wiU lead to her Umtorii iit oil tor medicine has done me more good than a horse In prime concuaon. xnca B.KtJaTCHELI. The State commercial convention at their names to liim at once. Also ihose enterprise, Fs greatly interested in ns Hundred doctors and, I am just about j j seats per package. Louisville drew a lage crowd and, to I who will send their carriages and bug plans for making these vigorous ljut well of stomach troubles. truly, Jeffkksox WiuiEkM. n in the better aharers Yours It ie estimated that a one hourfljthtthat extent, was a benefit to that city. gies to noon trains on Thursday to isolated people civilization. II may4-lc AtB. D. Middolton. batHeconvey visitors to school hotwe and to olomonfB nfnUr region of the betrweentwo modern first-cla, But any advantages it conferred on the The mounUjp present or homes assigned f hem, are urged to noState-eit- her cost 1, 500.000.. of everyl35 shipa will 4SU , Three out rest of the extends OYa.prc 9 m d t"? 'people" haveVedbairQ tify .Prof. Clark. Jfjyou do, not see its threeiiall&Jn pwple. ith few roWs prospectivecannot be observed One Minute fe not long, ye troll agnlaat the estate but the beds' of -- 'k M. ftprv.HPieraon."Hich.. writes: obtained ia'half .tWt time bythe us of ,'jirU having claims , aid of a very powerful micro-an- d him send,a note. out the it B. Frlee, deceased, wuimmmm wre-the city hare living -'ia thelfeoatioMof'eslodi-- I -- "DeWitt'a Witeb HelSivensiir- - Oae Minute Coh.v Car& It prev Pte intlia ---adenunied. pionerty iTtinUed. oa or AlLthetliverymen'of ' i scope. Indeed, there is a wicked r Java ' v i - -, :inf. or UuHriwIU lie hrred Mid eniefciy earts c ps. www-,i ' imnj i" ing more nu more afloat that the "commercial con-- gracioasJy' tendered "Prof. Clirk.e MHQ4L njoiiugawo t PUVUVW1M rFin I AMn nut rtmoeOMKlmm we mhh.wiu conn.aao, asm aa est jJltJSMkrmg, the ok bore &m ASaWMi uee 8f"'thir entire bu 1L M.M. vnnuou" scueme ulWii iTl T. iHn4& fjf7) pkig df?efs, grippe "tm pa. HfJ lit intalleote of the .LohwviU mm vWuMkk'(froi i)M. depots ''feasor coaWfemteli tfUHb wWrW,,1 . r,. . Y i , it, country irB J F'.eeot ? keepers. ? 7-- 10 10 10 15 " " " ard newspapers are tring to mall farmers believe that they reap bulk of the profit on wheat, who a matter of faU it had left the haix the farmer before their was any tfrial advance. Those who have pij ed most by the advance in wheats the speculators in Chicago and 01! business centers who were able to 3 irom tne banks sumcient money! corner the market Bulletin. The Louisville Dispatch tells thj trutniuny wnen it says tne gold sa progressive: clothiers Ran Like a Kentucky Thoroughbred. Our Special War News. Friends of Mr. C. B. Sale, who lelt hero about three years ago, will be pleased to learn of his prosperity in Sherman, Texas. He lately won the Democratic nomination for Justice in that city of 15,000 people, defeating six opponents of whom three were lawyers, two of them having alternately held tho office for sixteen years. Of tbe nine voting boxes, Mr. Sale carried 3, losing the other by one vote! His plurality was 391. The office is far moie important than it is in Kentucky, keeps a man busy all the time, and pays well. Beginning this week, on our first page, the Climax will print the latest war news up to date, supplementing it on our second page with telegrams direct to this office as late as 4 p. m. Tuesdays. See our first page. Nature CUBAN OIL cures Cut, Burns Bruies, Rheu may be best to renNeeds assistance it der it promptly, but one should remem- matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Soldbv Perry & Thomas, successors to W. ber to iipc even the most perfect remedies only when needed. The best and O. White. most simple and gentle remedy is the Cuba yields more sugar than any Planters A .:. ', ...V Everybody Knows ".TL CO o o '1 c ruts ana 1 Who quotes prices which show unmis-takbl- y that he is offering the greatest Bargains in the City. Our Suits at HAVE NO $5.00 EQUAL. OUR ds SUITS AT wool,well made and are standard as heretofore. TVe $idJ . $7 JTA Arc all S.00 have all-wo- ol Suits at 9.00 y 1 that are worth dollars more. See our Children Suits at 10.00 1.00 1.25 1.50 If you want to see great values. Our Lias o! Shoes h er Known For hM SHOES o! Efisllsscs. OUR S1.25 SHOES m Are all solid leather. Must be seen to be appreciated. ODR 51.50 BOY'S wonder-worke- r, ac That will be an eye-open- to you. ve You need a Hat and can't afford to let our all Fur Hat De-Wit- t's y Pass you by in a number of styles and colors. Our hats at SI. 25, $1.50 and $1.?5, are such that you usually pay a great deal more money for. At $1.00 e, Salt-Rheu- m , - How are you iixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Fixings we show an elegant line at prices that any one can afford to buy. m Nich-lasvill- e, LOST 00G lh w Trunks and Valises In large quantities. Give us a call if you want to save money. 1-- s-- ch TecoT-er- y.' ay-S- J S-- m . S4t" ss English-speakin- liQtfce to Creditors! I- vith-mon- Frw-W- eit XiaM ' it J .- -. " ati,sreJarriily ' ' Vot.y' prh,Jwd,otIc oogb;tQ -piw--jtn- h H. ', ff il.uti. --- w -- -, -- Tk Ckkr, J. STRENG m. .11 Tfe . - ,. - FinekavTte Steer,tfte -- 5J4. ajriv poittpfW. TL v w f " I el jiW Jyy" r 1 EjsSiai3ij i tsr -- r- W - T -- jr .- - -- 5 J f iT"' w 1 li $ "' u ALL WOMEN ' lJ gg 1 a -- SAJY IS BOUT.1 A Yataahfe LIHle Sock, of latere 1m All Weea Seat Free. mentous eventof her life.compared with which all others pale into insignificance. How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet the name of "Mother 1" And yet her happy anticipation of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of the ordeal, so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps over her. The danger and suffering attendant upon being & mother can ce entirely prevented, so that the coming of the little stranger need not be looted forward to with fear and trembling, cs is so often the tase. Every woman vtbo reads thie paper can obtain absolutely free a valuable and attractive little book entitled "Before Uaby is Born," by sending her name and address to the Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Go, This book contains priceless information to all vomen, and no one should fail to send for it. EvexyTrom&n looks forward with feel-teof indescribable joy to the one mogs ifcf SlTjBWt THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OP FICS County Court Days. attitude of the party id right on local -- The Owl fceaped With The Trap. Should Snow that the "Old Ttmo" Bomedy, Parisi Bourbon county, first Monday. Kichmond, Madison county, first Mon-de- jr. ' Lexfngtjpn, Fayctto county, second Monday. ' Stanford. Lincoln county, second Mon- day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boylo county, third Monday. Nicliol.ibwllc, Jv&saiuiue cuMity, third Monday. Winchester, Clark Monday. Vcreiiillus, Monday. touulv, fourth uooilfurd miiuty, fourth policies, and that.lt is right from a party standpoint. The legislature which is so violently assailed bv tho Commercial has a much more respectable reputation than the legislature of Ohio, and before Mark Hanunvunder-take- s to reform tho Democrats of ho would do well to reform the Republican legislature which he recently corrupted in hid inco for the United Stutoa Senate, and which is a disgrace .to ttie tUtte of Ohio. There may be, as the Commercial charges, some bosses of larger or smaller degree in the Dem-oatie paity; but there never was such rven-tucky ci r Frankfort k Mini Railway. In Effect March DAILY 1, 1897.1 EXCEir SUNDAY. a.xn. 6 30 EAST BOUND. p.m. 3 00 3 20 3 32 3 48 Lre Frankfort. Arr Elkhorn ... ' Switxer. fetamping Ground . ... 6 45 6 51 . 7 02 . 7 7 8 8 OS Georjrelown. Lve Georgetown Arr Newtown. . Daralls 3 5S 4 15 4 30 4 42 . . . 20 00 12 assist one in avoiding Che worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio SrRUP Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has giren to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of by the California Fia Strut Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California F;o Syrup Co. only, and we wish to impress upen all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured a. boss-ridde- n party on earth TOO RAD FOR HIM. J Paris Reporter. A youii;; lady clerk of ihirf city the following lines frum a llich-niou- d Should go away to fight ? I wonder if she'd shed a tear If I should go And say the time had come ht beaux last week: I wonder if she'd care if I 9 , Kciiulmcuu party, and before tuercial undertakes tu pick the mote out of the oyo of the Democratic party pluck the bean from the eo it ot its own party. e tio not unueitaku to tay that the Democratic party is excessively good, but it is much more rt sptctublo in its makeup and in its conduct of political affairs than tho u and corrupt party which the Commercial represents. bosS-ridde- tut the the Com- - For ino to do my share Centrerillc Eluabeth -- rri 83 8 28 8 40 S the Company 452 4 58 5 10 WEST BOUND. . . a.m. 20 9 32 9 38 9 48 . -- 10 00 10 40 10 5S p.m. 5 30 5 42 5 48 5 58 6 10 6 30 6 41 6 48 6 53 7 06 " 20 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. KAN FRANCISCO, CL new voke. n. t-Louisville. Ky. jan5-l- y Arr Elizabeth Lve Pari . Arr Davall. Stamping Ground " S witter CentreviUe Newtown. Georgetown LTe Georgetown - , " ... - In putting down my country's foes, . I w ondcr if she'd care ? I wonder if she'd caro if I Fell bleeding on the plain; Or if it were my lot to in Renown upon the main ? Or, if responsive to the call For men to do and dare, I donned a soldier's uniform, I wonder if she'd care? If I should tell her I must go To mingle in the fray, I wonder O, I wonder if She'd beg that I would stay If I become a soldier boy I wonder if she'd care ? I long to test her love for me, But, O, I do not dare. And she was cruel enough to answer Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "NO." 1110 11 11 " Elkhorn. FrankTort " 25 35 V LOUISVILLE HOT . LOUISVILLE, KY. AS TO STATE POLITICS. C. D. BERCAVT. Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. IkunlH ul Ohio Railway. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexinrton Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited K. K. V 55 7 30 3 00 4 50 C (ksriai am am pin pin and Iwm - Plus, EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lf xincton 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 Accommodation trains dsr. Other trains run dailr. Through sleeping and dining car service to Xftr York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations iL. liuuu. Agent iA.r.iiy., call on or write Richmond. Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D P. A. C. & O. Ry . Lexington. Ky. The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending- the da3' in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on Oflicc floor. MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. EASIER m MI EYER. THOS. A. MULLIGAN, deil-l- y MANAGER. The nrescnt schedule of Illinois Central Rail road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever ' to reach an points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Ariiona and California. The splendid train service with which trie Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited," is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned II I Rock & C ornsiison - f e- - territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the toonth, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car tor California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 IPam Arr Memphis Fndav. 7 45pm New Orleans Friday Arr 8 20pm Lve NewOrleans Friday . .. 8 4am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 45pm Arr Elpaso bundax 9 2tpm Angeles Monday Arr Lvs 5 15pm Arr ban Francisco Tuesday Thi k Tie Ira' Viitrr """- tor; 5vtc, A.fc, oTTva&o awi. 3.ccActA Stxs.. Four of the lest Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. Et t fatfota. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to mntiimed uill do well to communicate with R II Fimler, Traielmg Passenger Agent, LouiMillo, Kj . Wm. Alkoud Kflujnd. AGP. A., A. II. Ha.nmin. ( P A., Loniswlle, Ky. dec23-l- y Chicago. 111. In the Pnidental, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approed plans. In Accident Insurance neacain gho the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. y c2-l- 261 Second Up Stairs. Street, y r R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. 33, Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 189S. 2d Class. lrt Class. -j No. ! No. 3 Xo. 9i;i Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. 19 22 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.! Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can be est boo-v- Versailles Nichelasville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberlev. Brassfield Panola P. M. 6 52 7 35 6 00 8 13 8 30 A. M. 5 6 8 8 9 3U An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist MaLes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocuni, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, thioit, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting auav. will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. Hii "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use. and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and thii great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benlficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed m his American and European laboratories in thonsauo rom those cured in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical exptr chest and lung troiiles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer-- II 02 11 2fi 11 41 12 12 12 12 1158 P. M. 13 16 48 20 50 15 . 30 Irvine 35 1 05 10 00 10 05 10 25 l'l 40 11 35 vest Irvine TNo. 2T"N67"4 No. 8 No. 10 bocno. Ex Sun'Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun i . I A. M. ( P. M. 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 (XI P. M. A. M 11 1 1 1 Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Vallev View Nicholasville Versailles j C 05 6 20 i 6 31 6 58 7 50 I 25 30 41 47 15 30 45 4 10 5 00 55 05 20 45 2 15 3 00 3 25 4 30 6 10 A. M. 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. ' southern railway. ) tain death. Simplv 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 tell the Doctor that ou saw his offer Jly"-l- y in the Richmond Cum ax. UN KENTUCKY frl.r.lole rxsTBoryn. IoulMl!le" Ii Shelby vlll- Ar Me In effect May I. 1898. WBGES OF SIH A Book OUR i? Ar La'rcnceb'g Ar Versailles Ar Lexington .. . . . . . vimtuodSu. Ar Lv LcxinBtoa Ar La rcn rb'3 .... Ar MioKijxIHc. Ar Loui lc . Train Xos-- I. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Cliair Cars. erwwlle.. .. . No. 1 No. 5. I No.3. 7.43pm 7.4oam H 0Sam S.S8pm 9.07pm V 55am 6.3Upmi 9.50pm ial6am 6.MpmllO pm 1045am 7J2Qpm No.6- - No. 2, ' No. 4. 7.45am 4.4'jpm 5.05-u&10am 5.06pm 5.27am &.30pni o.45.un 7am C lpm 63-ilCUBsgi; 7.50pm 7.50am for Young and Old. UvS r. Mark Hanna's Louisville organ is very much shocked at the awfully wick ed wickedness of the Democratic party. It is particularly distressed on account of the passage of the penitentiary bill and the election law by the late legislature. In Mark Hanna's own state it is all right for the Republicans to have an election law Mhich is not half as fnorable to the Democrats as the Kentucky law is to the Republicans, and the Commercial has no criticism to make on that. Maik Hauna, of course, approves the Ohio law. or it would not be on the statute book, and through his Kentucky organ he condemns the Democrats for passing a law which will prevent him and his agents from buying and stealing the electoral vote of Kentucky in 1900 as they did in 1S90. It comes with bad grace for this reformer to lecture the Democratic party and the members of the Democratic legislature. Tho Republican management of the penitentiary has been notoriously bad, and Gov. Bradley himself recommended the appointment of the penitentiary commission. His objections rested on the manner of their appointment, and not on the fact that the legislature put the management of tho penitentary in the hands of three commissioners. If he could have appointed the commissioners himself he would have approved the bill, 'and wo would have heard nothing of the Republican howl that now goes up against it from this hypocritical professor of high morality. Because the law w ill turn out some Republicans and put some Democrats in ollicc this complaint is made. That is a very good reason why the Democrats should approve of law. "Wo believe that the commissioners chosen by the legislature will honestly administer the affairs of tho penitentiary and effect a large saving in expense to the taxpayers of the state. They are men of high character and of fine business capacity, and thc3' arc honest. There is every reason to believe that there has been dishonest management of the penitentiary under the present administration, and the only way to effect the reforms demanded was to put it in the hands of commissioners who will see that it is honestly managed. We believe the legislature did right in elcctinginstead of allowing the governor to appoint the commissioners, because if we could not get an honest and economical administration of the affairs of the penitentiary under the present system there was little hope of reform in allowing the governor to continue to make it a Republican political machine. So far as the election law is concerned, w e are satisfied that in its workings it will fully justify the action of the legislature ia passing it. If it shall secure honest elections and prevent tho practices which have in the last few years disgraced and corrupted the politics of Kentucky, every good citizen will sustain it. The Democrats have determined to give the law a fair trial, and if upon a test it is found deficient in any respect it is the intention to amend it so as to make it what it was intended to be a incisure of genuine reform. AVe do not expect that the Democratic party will be able at any time to manage the allairs of Kentucky in a way that will be satisfactory to the editor of the Commercial and the backers of that enterprise in Ohio. The very fact that these assaults are made on the Democratic party by this newspaper is proof positive that the Peck-snilllnn The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. UruibCS,ore8, Ulcers, Salt RheumFever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hauds, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price On the first Saturday in June, at -- 5 cents per box. For sale by Perry & Republican Baptist church, there will Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to "V. be a of the entiie membership. G. White. declo ly This is for the purpose of making some much needed corrections in tho roll, 0MAHA-SNEW THE BURLINGTON'S and of givng each one an opportunity J0SEPH-ST- . LOUIS TRAINS. to renew acquaintance with the members. Others matters of importance To take care of tho heavy travel to wil I be brougli t before tho chin ch. Each Omaha Exposition, in connection with member is earnestly solicited to atexcursion rates, as well as tho stoptend. over privileges at Omaha, on all At Norfolk lat.t week the trustees of through tickets, the Rurlingtou Route the Southern BaptistTheological Semiwill establish, commencing May 2Sth, verv desirable fast train service to nary decided that they would not reOmaha from St. Ixitus and St. Joseph. opened the Whitsitt matter, that there This now train service is the extension had been no material change in aspect of the St. Louis-SJoseph wide vesti of the case, as presented at Wilmingbuled Pintsch lighted trains Xos. 13 ton last year and they would stand by and 10. Trains leave St. Louis daily conclusion arrived at them. So it apatS:45p. m, leave St. Joseph S:15 a. pears Dr. Whithitt will be allowed to hold his position another twelve m., arrive Omaha noou The Burlington will furnish the same standard of months. The statistical report to the Southwide vestibuled main line seivice to and through Omaha for the west, as it ern Methodist Quadrennial Conference provides from St. Louis to and through in session at Baltimore shows the net increase in itinetant preachers for the Kansas City or St. Joseph. This the Burlington Route in the year to bo 502 r.nd members 123,221. field via Omaha for its full shaieof The present number of itinerant travel to the Omaha Exposition, as preachers, 5.GS9; local preachers, 5,035; well its to the great west beyond. total 11,074. Tiie total number of The Burlington's great train service members 1,578,4.51. The value of the from Omaha to the Weot has long been church property is Soo.OOO.OOO, an in crease in four years of $2,000,000. known. Special ''Exposition Flyer" folders Theyhave 14,1SS Sunday, schools, with 101,135 teachers ami 851,488 pupils. are now on the press. L. AV. "Wake-lThis is an iucreasa of S25 schools, 8,459 General Passenger Agent. teachers and SG.202 pupils. There are The human machine starts but once 486 Ep worth Leagues, with 126.5S4 and stops but once. You can keep it members. The church lias 70 educa going longest and most regularly by tional institutions, with 1,000 teachers, using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the 10,000 pupils, property worth $4,051,850 famous little pills for constipation and and endow nienis amounting- to $259,095. all stomach and liver troubles. Doug- In foreign misbion fields there has been las A Wines. a net gain of 2,177 members. 1.141 Sun day attendants, 1,225 Ep worth Underground Drainage. Leaguers, IS church buildings and 19 in reporting the parsonages. The Courier-JournLouisville commercial convention has this to say of a Madison delegate's WALLACETOX. paper: ''Mr. C. L. Searcy, of Richmond, read a paper on 'underground Farmers are now making up for lost drainage,' which succeeded in arous- time. ing more discussion than any other Men who are out of employment are paper up to that time. He said unscarce, in this virinity, but men who are derground drainage resulted in permapatriotic and ready to fight are plentinent improvement of lands and largely ful. incretised crops. Underdrainage, lie Our enterprising lumbermen, Walsaid, would kill out all wild and sago grass, the land would not break up lace & iiiatt, are doing a large busicloddy and the full benefit of fertilizers ness? They aro -- mining a wagon train would be received. The draiiuge sys- to Paint Lick, hauling lumber. tem increased the crop from 20 to 100 The most beautiful occasion that per cent. He suggested that the Wallaceton has ever witnessed was the farmers in different sections baud to- celebration of the "Goldon Wedding" gether and establish tile factories for of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. their own use. He had seen wet Mr. Anderson was born iu Clark ground which would produce nothing county, but when hut a small boy his but wild grass underdraiued so that it father moved to Maditon, where he has produced sixty bushels of corn to the since resided. At the ago of 21 he acre." j married Miss Amanda Ballard, aged 19, daughter of George C. and Lavenia The Cuban question and political is- Ballard, of the county. Fourteen chilsues sink into insignificance with tho dren were sent to cheer them on the man who suffers from piles. What he rugged road of life, seven of whom most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch survive, all of whom live in the Hnzel Salva cures piles D.ouglas & county. Seven children, 30 grandWines. children and 23 neighbors were pres-dto enjoy the most sumptuous The Home Merchants Endorsed Our Position. dinner that was ever set in the village. The Richmond Climax "goes for" The occasion was one long to be rethe Commercial Comention at Lou- membered by thote present, and no isville in vinerous style. The Climax one present seemed to enjoy them6ees in the scheme only a trick to get selves more than tho honored couple, a crowd of people to Louisville and take who, just 50 years ago, had united to their money away from them. travel the journey of life together. Democrat. May their last yearn be as bright and The Richmond Climax sung theonly happy as their past life has been, usediscordant note in tho Commercial ful and honorable, in the wish of their Convention matter. The paper could legion of friends and relatives. see no good in it except for Louisville and said so in many and quite amusing "When a man Dotiomes thoroughly paragraphs, Interior Journal. contented he has outlived his usefulClarence E. Woods, editor of the ness.' Richmond Climax, pass through here Don't think because a man posses-se- s yesterday for Bloomington, Ind., to ata shining intellect .that ho is lighttend, a convention of the Sigma Nu headed. fraternity, of whioh lie is Grand Recorder. Mr. Woods attended the Commercial Convention and thinks it will prove highly beneficial to Louisville merchants. Lduisvillo Dispatch. Curtis Hunter, who lives at Mallory Springs, wasj attracted to a tree near his home lasi week by a commotion among a large number of crows and upon investijation discovered a tremendous owl in the top of a tree on the hill sidel Mr. Hunter shot the owl and when he stooped to pick it up the bird gavo battle, to thaf it was necessary to dtispateh it with a club. It measured .tivo feet from tip to tip and had a steel trap caught to its right foot. Attached to the trap was a four foot chain. Trap and chain actually weighed four pounds. As subsequent i developments proved, tho owl had j c.niieil thu trsp and chain ftoin the barnyard of Air. Alexander, who lives j two miles away ! j The Climax gives as its authority for this itmarkable statement, Hon. S. D. P.irrish, the well known attorney of this city. Ho was at the Springs Sunday and saw tho owl and heard Mr. Hunter's story of its eaptuic. Mr. Parrihh is a Jiarnyatd Ornithologist of recognized ability, and ho, pronounced the captive n horned owl uf thcA'irginia Nocturnal Hooter variety. In his diagnosis the other chicken lanciers of tho neighborhood heartily concur. mijnA iniTTiiiniiliiliiii' JlkW -- ---- ! I PLEASE MLmW k I I Is tho best for Female Troubles. Corrects nil Irregularities in FemaloOrsrans. Should be taken for Cbacje ot Ufc and Iwfore Plasters "01J Tint" 5rcdlcs havo stood the test tor twenty Calld-Blrt. ANDY CATHARTIC 1 caiew septs-i- y TRY Undo only by New PpencerMcUIclne fcnreEC. Co., Cbat-tanou- id 25cJ 50c I Pcrrv & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. ilccS-ly- r G. White. I I iii rami T I iurl ALL DRUGGISTSJ --- - - . -- i eccc a, r. Reported evory Tuesday at noon by stmiyof E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and Manual c 'fcc:icgrapay, by Keen Pitman Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. and Jeron:5. Howard. A perfect EGGS-- flJ SHORTHAND ,Horf? o .' Ox-p- as REUIQIOUS. to 7c in trade. BUTTER -- Choice country, 1015c. roll-ca- ll BEESWAX 2023c. Oa.. DRIED FKU1T Apples bright, 5c. jao... WOOL Clear grease wool, 1013c; PITMAN SYSTEM THE3ENN hurry ,.1015c; tub washed, 25c. SO. has for 4. rears been the standard. Called eo- CHEESE Country, 10c. byU. S.ireau of Education "The AmerGO. . TIMOTHY SEED-S1.- 501 ican Syitem." First prize. World's Fair. THEPflONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE CO., CO." 50. CLOVER !V, tth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. est." 40 BLUE GRASS SEED-Stripa ttt... 50c; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, e OJt" pure seed, $1?1.35. Qe... BEANS 51 00$1.50 per bu. Qa . IRISH POTATOES-50c$1.- 23. -1 SHOULDER- - MEAT Gc. , No. 503Vcst Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, BACON 7(?d0c. will be MMr. J. B. Willis', Richmond, Ky., on Over 35S,ooo sold. Thousands have masjjfcd it; so can you. Sold by a'l bookselle- - J or T7e will send with J'hjfv-graphA &er ajd Pkenogtafhlt Ctfy , fjr $1.25. Catalog and full inforpost-pai- d mation ftc to those who wish to firs'. Send name on postdl card. ic o Oftt.. set." OOi." FARMERS Do you need a Plow, A o... Oa. oa.. --- Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other ilWlMb o 9 m m I SEKD-S2.7- 5$3 ped, We arc sole agents for thy Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows an-- l Olds Farm Wafon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware fatoves and Tinvare. Tin Roofing and Gutterioga Specialty. rAYLOR..Bros. m m o n m n 9 . HAMS-8(ll- 0c. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8th, 1S9S, "M t. ByOldEstabli' House or Woman. febl6-l- y VVVA of eood Churchanstanding, to hmond,. Manager here and do ollice trork and correspondence at their home. Business already built up and established here. Salary 50 YEARS' LkMM.Lt stamped en el9V. Enclose JmtMWmaf EXPERIENCE ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General Manager. 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III., apr6-3First Floor. W act as returnag every second Wednesday ot each month jRefcrencj every physician of Ric- 1 1 oTRUTHI i jjT f we nave iouna it toest to ten tne trutn aoout uie sniK-s'Ave sell and when we do that it makes vi: uirn competition. 11 instead oi telling tne tiutn e diplomacy, practiced what we have come to we would parade before the public some beau tifully polished lies, which, while they could; not offend, would mislead you. But we dispense with diplomacy and tell the straight truth, hence when we represent :t shoe to be j worth $2, S3, or $4, or any other price, ym may depend upon it in fact you can count on alwajsjje t- tiii- your money's worth at our store. Our low prices for itaudavd goods ihmtmnlu uxhirrje profit, but xtllhoex. TTT 1 "is W As Ice." 'ffri" qn-tl- r I IS SBLOiBE&TnilJIFLOHiCT! 1 a a move-keep- This is the grateful expression of the thirst-sou- l who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from Ayono sending a sketch and description may ascertain our opinion free whether an lnvntion is probnely patentable. Handbook on Patents sccirec Oldest aeencrlorsecunnirpatents. Co. receive Litems taken thronch Munn Tfttt noMcf, wltho at charge. In the Abaidsomelr illutratl weekly. Ijreet ot any scientific Journal. Tenns, fcl a jtui tour months, L Sold by all newsdealer. MUNN &Co.3B,B'oaj New York binch Office, (25 F SU Washington, 1). C j 2S-- 2f Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. 11 t 1 a . 1 1 I ; all c-- Scientific American. pure distilled water br the Richmond Ice Facto- v, ry tSsPFree delivery, in any quantity, and on short notice. T Btf.li S 2:04 3-- 4. rr XTX KUISK! IIHNZ:03. CO - - David R. Tevis, MANAGER. neadachobad? Get Dr. Miles' Pain l'llls. i H Preem-aPhone, Xo. 21. :myr'wz.Z.'SKMZ n L.S lu a 1 e "T. al First Stu' y7g gZTf.rK.3'cwarjt",gi v-- j trial 2:23l.) 'hABrrosE" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:W, Ijfgreatest trotting stallion that has been bred produce and Sirs. II. II. Colyer is now prepared to furnish n 6to now because his any other out raceliving stallion o sell the produce of you the very highest production of Plymouth o dead. Baron Wilkes sired ltock Kres at 50c for 15. Just half what you pay Oajdand Baron 2.00H for inferior egtrs. Orders filled promptly and Jiinips" 2:0t!i Baron Dale 2:11 V, Kibenstein 2:05 delivered to any firm in Richmond. Nydia Wilkes 2:11 Respectfully, rafhel2:0Sl4 mch23-3nton Rogers 2:09' Baronet2:ll', 3IRS H. H. COLYER. Eggs for Sale! .'riAKiKM" 29401.. rwAJLvim mWt(twrkwr wxr$ n si r Wi j, ill Silk 2:10 Baron "IBS LIT OF TIE WORLD Old Crisp 2:12J, Bay Baron 2:12f Baronmore 1:1 iii Baron Dillon 2:12 ej. t. &' &e i 'ita v i raa YOU WILL riXD THE BF.sT g ASSOUTMEXT OV fe ff gZ g g 51 R Q Ha se ff s Brava2:ll nt 11 others in the list and is as yet compara- Cost over $1(0,000 to publish. Contains nearly 1 eiy a young norse. engravings of our Saviour, by the 2 ii a black stallion, snip nose, Great Masters. It is not a life of Christ, but "Baiutove" 15 hand 3 inches high. feet, an exhibit of all tha great Masters' ideals of wowhitespring. In color, size and action he this the Christ. No other book like it ever pub- resembles his sire about as much as any colt he lished. Agents are taking from three to twen- ever got, and has every thing in his favor that ty orders daily. Tho book is so beautiful that stock horse. takes to make up a high-clawhen people see it they want it. Published Itiz.: less than a year and already in its twenty-fift- h edition, some editions consisting of lSOD SPEED, BREED1SOAND INDIVIDUALITY. books. The presses are running day and night HlARrroNTi's" l't dam "Black Bess" (2:22', to fill orders. (It has never been sold In this territory ) A perusal of the pictures of this nd she the dam oi Barodaise 2:2'4 at trial 2:23) by dook is nte taicirui a tour among the grett art Id. and "Baritone" gauenes oi turope. xne Hermitage, I'rado, Yellington, by Kentuckyby Prince, sire of Guy 2:10 and others: 2d dam Strathmore sire of UlSzi, Pitti, Louvre. Vatican, National of London, National of Berlin, Belvidcre and other E30 in 2:3(1; 3d dam by Mambrino Patcheu, she in celebrated European art galleries, have all the great brood mare ust. placed their rarest and greatest treasures at Notice that this colt comes from a great line our disposal that they might be reproduced for of breeding and speed on both sire and dam superb work. "FIRST GLANCE AT TIIE side, and it is almost a certainty that hi3 colts this PICTURES BROUGHT TEARS TO MYKYE8' will go fast and bell well. says one. "Cleared $150 first week's work witt, Service fee $10 cash the book." says another. Many men and wo-- usual return privilege at time of service with or money refunded in men buying and paying for homes from then case of failure. success with this great work. Also nan xi woman, of good church stranding, can securs position of Manager here to do office work an corresponding with agents in this territon Address for full particulars A. P. T. Elde- mado easy Manufacturing1 Publisher, 183 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Floo Itubbcr Stamps. Send for apr6-3Prico List or Outfits to J. F. "W. Dorman Co 121 n. Fayctto St., Baltimore, ache A lO B ktoy Dr.and RnztniATisM rello Yea Miles' Norm Plasters. Catalogue free. WmfraV ild., full-pass OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART" ALL RACE RECORDS. r &. 2rI HAWOKTH and YAUDIYER DISC HAEEOWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIVATOES. szz 1 All kinds of Sinfflc and Double w S B. H. NEALE. Ui. m Q If s " Cyn-thin- na i It iiU'crrtu'x'.ScEll'ivsH . DOttMAN CO c . .i. P. . .tL.Lalta.MJ.Catalofeucfrcci I f sell our Printing .,V"rn to I'rjraso and Kcs caairors. H ter Pr .' Shovel Plows and all kinds of farm ininlnmpi.ts sit tho closest and best prices at Priceless Pain I RECOR n Esti 1878 250,000 DISEASED: MEN ' R3 VECURt NERVOUS m BLOOD. SKIN The imbecility of some men is always inviting: the embrace ot death. It is the men to boast of what "tough fellows" they are, and tell how they overwork them selves and how they neglect little "One Minute Cough Cure is the best preparation I have ever sold or used and I can't say too much in its praise." L. M. Kennon, 'Merchant, Odell, Ga. Douglas & Wines. A New Draughoa'sPract:ulBusiiss a JJX xexarkana, Tex.Jor a colin most any other reputable lusiness lege or literary school in the U. S. cap. be secured bydoingaliiilework at home fori the Yoilhs" journal. Advocate, an illustrated The acres, as a It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and whole undersigned has a farm of 200he offers at or to suit purchaser, which especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peo- private sale; situated at ple of alt ages. Stories and other intercsUng matter well illustrated. Sample coties sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' idvocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Tenn. MeutioMhiapaperJ J augl8-l- y on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison county. CALDWELL'S It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, CONSTIPATION.il etc., within a half mile of White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. College, Nashvilli TcnnJor sclol-arship semi-monfc- i VUM T'k .rCit t tH CP Blcyde.aold Wat4.jt,Dtamd free: Sao.ool GOLD, FA-RFOR Wmjj o,. a bchifarship (in SA TT WB2B mUmi I mUl I THE- - n Mk0 5$ Successors to Shackelford & Oentry, Kichmond, Ky. WHITE'S STATI SDR. PESlN El outhem Mutual investment OF LEXINGTON, KY. Co ii & delight of such Patriotic March. Read Tjhis "If a price can be placed on pain, 'Mother' Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an alleviator. Sty wife suffered mop; in ten minutes with cither ofner other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used fourboltlesof 'Mother's Fri:nd.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to becjme a mother," says a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carmi, 111., to the Brtdfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprietors ani manafactureni pf "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective iu adding streniith and elasticity to tliose parts of woman's organism whicn bear the severest strains 3f childbirth. The liniment may be j used at any and aH times during pregnancy np to the very hoar of confmemeuti The earlier it is begun, and the lqngcj: used, the more perfect will be the result;! but it has been nsed during the-- last month only with great benefit and success lb not onlv shortens tibor and'lessens the pain attending it,.b& greatly dimin ishes Uie danger to lifei'of both mother and child, and leaves'the mother in a condition more favorabloto ipeedy recovery. " Mother's Friend" is I old by druggists atSi.oo, or sent by' express on receipt of j pric. ft book for "women, "Before K Valuable IJaDy is Uorn," sent frcejoa application. l d TERMS Sale will be made cash balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, address one-thir- Geo. D. White, feb3-t- f PRIVATE DISEASES "Orleans. Ar &Iu aitem KSpm . . . , Ar Jacksonville ..... 7.40pm L25am I.v Cauanmioga JkT Li xnmbam ......... lL3.pm lLlOpm .... ... JlX iIrr.Cr.i3 3.5 wn ltllOam At N s Orleans lasoam lasoam Free Chair car rouisvllle to Stt I H TviinT-othere connectlns with So'.ld Vesti-1i'lr-I- n carrying through Pullman Sleep-Ja- e Cjt u U rQintrtiam. Meridian anuXcwOr-Itan- a. also makes cIom; cooQction at Chatta-ino,- -u tor Atlanta. Macon. Jacksonville acd J,runulck. No 3 carries Pullman Sleeper Loulsidllo to Cbauanooga and Uirmingham. also Lexington to Jafkuravllle via Hoi Springs. A&hevlUc, nadPuHraaaUaioa ilceper Lexingloa to Nc os-rlcul WESTBOrjOU EASTllonXlL STATIONS." iNo. 12,'No. No. IX(Nv. II. Liftpni ..J.Sim Lv Loui vil Ar 7:pni lar&am UXim y.Vum Ar LarnrbrgAr 5.25pm 8.25am '.5-p- fii la fain Ar liurodsbgAr 4 4upm 7.Sara 7.45pti la.Vam Ar Bargin Lv 4.3upm 7Jam WKSTBOCSn. EAHTBOUSD. No 16. No. C8. No. CT.t iBTATIONS. No. 7Jxtpm T.Ktim Lv .Louistll Ar '.(o.mAr Shelbvil Ar1 P.e7nm 6. itpm K(6jm 4.15pm flcpm la 16am Ar Vcrslles Ar 7.1Spm ll.lii-jAr Midway Ar 7.45am 3.Hpm 7.4pm it6?m Ar Georgtn Lvi 7 15am Xtpin WESTBOUM. EAB1IHJCKIJ. BTATIOKS; NO I. rNo. 5." fNo. 6. XO- - 2. T.Ji-uftpTiiLr LouisvilAr 10.55am 7.-mltJJOu twrpmiLr Vcrvlles Ar 7.50am ll.uii.m 7.r.pui,Ar Nlchlvill Ar 6.5am 4 10pm C.05am 3.15pm HJt)ni 2.00pm ixiipm Ar Irvine Lvl. STATIOSS. No. L No. 3. L.v L.AfillcT 7.4Um 7.45pm Ar LeJc'uU 10.45am laaspm KI."pm 7. trim Ar RnairlUe Ar Antllln 1.15pm Ax oat&ouah. .. ..r. 5.10am ... Ar Joct-oaWl- le if li.vm 7S)jmi Csthim Ar i buanooga ..... ... ... . .... 5.tWam lLluam Ar Allan It CURED i l.n 50,000 YOUNG MAN ... a... ........ ... on when ignorant oi too terrible crime you were committing. Did you only consider tfco fascinating allurements of this evil hiibit? When too lato to avoid tho terrible results, were your eyes ojened to your peril? Did yon later on in man-bfcontract any l'KIVATK or BLOOD difcaee? Wero yon cored? Doyoaobw and then fee some alarming symptoms? I'tro yon marry in your present condition? You know, "LUCE FATHER. LIKE FON." If marriod.aro jou living in dread? Is marriago a failure with voa on account of an v weak ness caused by early abuse or later ex-C0.1S2S7 llave you been drugged with mercury? This booklet will iom t out to a tho result" of these crimes and point to out how our NEW METHOD TREAT-MSN- T will positively cure you. It shows bow thousands have been saved by our NEW 'XREATJ1ENT. It provej hoir wo can OOABANTEE TO CURE ANJT CURABLE CASE OH NO PAY. - Wo treat and cure EMISSIONS. VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GLEET. T STRICTURE. IJI POTENCY. DRAINS. TNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. ly fer SsS CURED Jihs!Wi - - Kj . l . ilBrfl l isomers and illnesses J 1 oi ' CURES GUARANTEED "The 'Wages of Sin" iwit free by raclofinc 2e stamn. CONSULTATION FUME. If unable to call, write for QUESTION BLANIL lor UOiLB PIlOHPUrVT XUUai.UliilA J tDaH except Sunday. A. Whkdoji. VMT.K., LealsviUe, Ky. LwciafetOB j Kennedys KerganB I ' .1- ician prescribes with care. He. is a very knowing fellow, but without knowing it, he is hugging death. There is a wonderful restorative tonic and health-builde- r that wiU keep the hardest working man in good working shape; it is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is made of, pure native roots and barks. It contain no minerals, no narcotics and no opiates. It simply aids nature in the natural processes of secretion and excretion. It tones up the stomach and facilitates the flow of digestive juices. It makes a man " hungry as a horse " and then sees to it.thay the g elements of the food he takes are assimilated into the blood. It invigorates the liver. It drives out aU impur'tUes 'and disease germs from the system, it is and the great blood-make- r It is the best of all nerve tonics. It cures bronchial, throat and lung affections as life-givinflesh-builde- r. of a boastful, cheerful idiot. If hi head aches, it isn't worth paying any attention to : if he feels dull and drowsy duiing the day, it isn't worth serious consideration; if he is troubled with sleeplessness at night, he doses himself with opiates. When he suffers from nervousness, he walks into the nearest drug store and orders powerful medicines that even a phys- little that put other people on their backs. It may not sound nice to say so, but it is a fact that the average man is iust that kind received from J. Fisher & Bro., 7 Bible Houses, New York, a copy of a new and spirited March (Vwo step,) entitled, "Tho Patriotic American," composed by George H. Fisher. Price, 50 cents. This is undoubtedly orn of the most effective marches published this season. The melody throughout is bright and catchy, and combined with a good martial rhythm, which makes this composition excellently adapted to either dancing or marching purposes. Alto, arranged for band and orchestra. Wehae I have rented for 189S the several houses advertised by me last Decembef, but have now four or five other nice cottagjfj well located and equipped for sale on easyittrms. Call at my office over Messrs. White ? Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attoracy-at-LaFLORIDA i PARRISH, y Jan26-t- f and Agent. Att-iie- White's Station. Ky. . filinTtlnn ia r niin nn1 iui! t "-- " i'iuiuiuuoi an oin pnnnpip. and is! bused upna the actual experience of successful life insur-- 1 ance companies, covenn- - a period oi over '200 years. Tbe same principles govern T 1 T n ftII IK J T II VI I i uriil. -- 126R TH EY pay wheu vou DIE. W E o.fer the INVESTMENT feature". ,. , ECONOMIST fOfc vf--j GE is me "CUI' lacior, causing the .., ...HWw..vU. rao'inir .. vi vicani, uiafcurcspayment or the itolirr with i. .w, .u me policy. "" THEY protect in casobf DEATH. ,;,r. Wanted-f- in ua mi ox vo nusarcu UEO. Pfntwfc Vnnp tAnnrn thv mnv Mag you wealth. Write JOHN WEDDEKBtlRN &fc0 raieni Attotv seys, Wesblcgton, D. C, tor thttr1.8U) prtxo offer Ideaksi h in w FJ-- 5 INSURAKGE IS A LAW AVERAGE. mvcntxua wasica. I rLStmQ'Sii TOTranwfj F&? J kill thSK Wi SfuThclSTicy?11 nt f a thUSaaa (o d?iDS-- We f- i- nypolicicner Ther: U no reason why a nan should die i3 companies ')! America. W. KIIiEV than an,! nWt Sh Ci .?l .Sl5 rrt(ii nnA ' j 5SSaiB,. reap the benefit of his iarestnent. yet we lUjnmeMi years by the leading obU'.ou less life 'lnsuranco ??? Of Shelbyville, Ky., Jieconiniends Xiate to'hed and early to rise, man forTils home in thasktes. pre-pares- -a Early to bed and a Little Early Rise?, the' pill that makes life longer and bet- 'tor and wiser. Douglas & Wines 45 '4 Owing to the wretuhudly bad weath- slim audience last evenieng; but thev s fully sustained their roplftation as artists, and thoie who were forlu-mit- o enougo to attend speak in unstinted terms of the excellence of tho entertainment. Maysville Ledger. firbfc-clas- er tho "Kentucky Colonoh." had a Shelbyville, Ky., May 26, '96. To Wright Nodical Co., CoLo.: Gents I have purclaied a bos of Wrieht's Celery Capstiles from G. N. Middeltonrdrui!i:ibt. anAtiped them for Sour Stomach, Torpid Iiyer and Consti-- ! pation and found that tiny cava me immediate relief every time. 1 think it an excellentrcinedy. Yours very truly, 9 Geo. vrght's Celerv Cqisules. OUR MISSION. 822B.k0El!&,) ?"cenU ot the ple w I H5a irfrfm Js:nspi 'A -J T;-.- tfl!? zr -- mm HH pj lli ciu. ,ho m uj Pi SSr&CUiV inrancei ffFEU.3 L!J;B"L t ZttEXS!ZE?K v thesameas ttofiiTOwd few lSts&; wsm. &m&& H 5S3' BBB-W-- That oijr plan is poputw and based upon sound business 1 large and in Wo coibt tie jSotest scraliSy- - rod most thorough -. cannot oe vilified by actual reiultjt j l. cjyjcu uunxzmc oy ,nc onemafangthe infestment. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. a W in1ib,tG'T' .vm JPV? -- W.Rilev. Others Baiie Money. - MADE ME A MAN HSM ,A K1 welL W. FOURTH STREEiyH r.GmowfMV.PJkG.X.. W; WMhte(tM.D &A.aiKf.A WM.g.YATicA.G.' -- a biNCillNATl. o. MM csnd ae," If coanipatloa -- "I had indigestion and a torpid liver," writes Mrs. A. L.Gibbs, of RuwellriHe. Logan Coonty, Ky., "Dr. Pierce's GcWen Medical Sbeavcry . Yllatwe call lucS in our neighbor's , case and special rrovldence in our own is probably but a fortunate acci,--J THE'.BRADFIEU) " . dent in cither. J ' ri iflfw REGUUT03 i5.w CO.. I - Atlanta. Ga. i fitmanfurf.adr. boslagMorEnrrtsgv takia in tima. Thnfrrh--, ihnn iiamedlate Lmortm' i- - i3 yg. ' A T T. V.mu..- - TUa..T,iKn. ?rr,InipotencT.81epleMineM,et-it- Ml inais- or Abaso or other Exwmm eretlons, THey juiekl antl restore LcetVitaliir In old or nrang-.ku- d aa if.. Hoofing, Gutteriner and General " M4. .a. T Qlitfe-i- aa warn HAvni mlnI,!&S ill 111 Why Not You? era. mrciiant?, sagacity h eTery rocauoa i fv j s 1 . I1 ,. , ToV i - TVovlr 'Tr X " m m.m tt Evidence of Che nnffiAi.iiff&M(.i.i as . j. si, . ,ii ( V lit !jl wanStSr10'11 M '. .r. piss in inu. ...iv. ' , k also preseat, JDr. Pierce's Fleasaat Pellets sflonMbe.jWtes. Tey sever ail; tkey sever gn; fiXVt i Mil Wife ii (T f H 1 i. " xttdkuM. No man is lovable ' unless" he Jmw some womanly qualities, and no woaa is respectable unless she manly ones. "'" 2? li rT ilT-inin- In'tJJL - n'ffMh?r,ant.u. rarrfawoBdendwlllcareoo.jgar, Prii'Ll,r, - tTiemttU aosaeorrfaB4the eostr. fn'MlHi .AIHMUJK'nil HyfJliy 1 fftT I ft ft Ul I RT . fT ' !! W I tt n li' ' 'j. IIWrs. j , A. T. Miliioii, Local Agent, RICHMCCTD, KESTUCKT. jjfts2S-l- y ' A. SMIT SJBOW3CAV, ' SaCTJUrfagfaMuKy. 1 1 ' TT . " i mm m. TMZ'IB s. ",s-- 7 r' ' m KirraniBk s:MBmMim ,; its"?. , sL . a '- - - '- .7-- 1 Bdaftl - . ' -- Sr it v.& . ,1-- i WiSP&N .r . i i? .1! m. A.'- - ' " "-ii- - , " Til .. ' ?' 4 v Trp f-- Ti - - ! Dft t .j- ., Wilts The BAlTIS10Ur.H Talathfe Little Seek of Interest to All Woaea Seat Tree. s ErerY woman looks forward with ef indescribable joy to the one event of her life,compared with which all others pale into insignificance. How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet the name of "Mother 1" And yet her happy anticipation of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of the ordeal, bo that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps over her. The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother can te entirely prevented, so that the coming of the little stranger need not be looked forward to with fear and trembling, rs is so often the tase. Every woman who reads this paper can obtain absolutely free a valuable and attractive little book entitled "Before Baby is Born," by sending her name and address to the Bradfield Begulator Co., Atlanta, Ga, This book contains priceless information to all women, and no one should fail to send for it. feel-tegmo-aseato- County Court Days. attitude of the party THE EXCEUENCE 0? -- SYRDP OF FIGS Frankfort k Mod Efcj. 1, 1S97.1 In EHect March DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort Arr Elkbom Switzer. Stamping Ground Duvalls Georgetown Lve Georgetown Arr Newtown a.m. 6 30 6 p.m. 3 3 3 3 3 00 20 31 48 58 15 30 42 52 58 10 - 6 51 7 02 7 8 8 8 8 8 'OS 20 00 12 28 40 i 4 4 4 4 is dne not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but also to the care and skill .vith which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fig Svi:up Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of pnrchasinp the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Caufoknia Fia Srr.up Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of tlje California Fig Srmip Co, with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of Curtis Huntori who'llves atMallory ' party standpoint. The legielature Springs, was nt'Iractcd to a tree near Should know that tfcs "OiaTlmo" Remedy, which is so violently assailed bv the his home last week by a commotion day.- .., Lexington, Fayetto county, second Commercial has a much more respecta- among- a large number of crows and ble reputation than the legislature of upon investigation discovered a trelonday. Ohio, and before Mark Haum? under- mendous owl in the top of a tree on Stanford, Xincoln conntv, second ron- takes to reform tho Doruocrats of Ken- the hill side. Mr. Hunter shot tho y. T. Georgetown, Scott conntVjtliinl Mon- - tucky ho would do well to reform the owl and when h(t Btooped to pick it up .Republican legislature which he recent- the bird gave baltle, to thaf it was nely corrupted in his inco for the United cessary to despatch it witlv a elub. Boylo couutj', tliinl Monday. Ricliohtfeville, Jessamine wmity, thml States Senate, and which is a disgrace It measured livi( feet from tip to tip Am the state of Ohio. There may be, as and had a steel trap caught to its right MuiuUy. the Commercial uhaiges, some bosses foot. Attached to tho trap was a four Wincliester, Clark toiiutv, fourth of larger or smaller degree in the Dem- - j fuot ehain Tra) Monday. Bd d,airi aclnnny Versailles, ivoodford cuiiuty, fourtli ocratic jaity; but there never was such weighed four pounds. As subsequent party on earth as the developments proved, the owl hnd a Monday. Is tho best It Kcpuhiican jmny, and before the Com- eaiiicdtliu trap and chain froin the Imwimilirttlndfor Frrals Troubles. Corrects all VnTnalrtflrrrfinc Rrimttfl mercial undertakes to pick the mote barnyard of .Mr. Alexander, who lives taken for Cluste ot LHe and before siuuu uo TOO BAD FOR HIM. UI4 t isit u r.csics imvu Planters out of the eye of the Democratic party j two miles away ! test for twent y years. Hadooulyby New ?rncer Medicine Co., pluck the bean from the eye j The Cmmax gives as its authority for it Jl'aris Reporter. Tennesson. of its own party. Wo do not undertake this remarkable A yontiK lady clerk of tliis ciiy Statement, Hon. S. D, to say that the Uemocrutic party is ex- - Parrish, the well known attorney of tile following lines fnuin :i Pcrrr & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. j cessively good, but it is much more r hist week : beaux this city. Ho wag at the Springs Sun-d- G. White. n spectable in its makeup and in its and saw the owl and heard Jlr. I wonder it she'd care if I conduct of political affairs than the Hunter's story of its capture. Should go away to fight ? Mr. n I wonder if she'd shed a tear and corrupt party which Parrish is a Barnyard Ornithologist If I should go the Commercial represents. of recognized ability, and he, proAnd say the timeliad come , Parisi Bourbon county, firet Modday. Ridimpntl, Madison county, first Mon. - right on local policies, and that, It is right from a id ; Tlw Owl Esiwi Trap. ,,,l ALLWOMEH . - - ' 1 iiwfwwk I , - iw a m - (i! TTr - - i i i TRY - i dal'-lanvill- e, P Child-BM- hots-ridde- n YWi CANDY CATHARTIC 25(J 50c. U9 O COliOtt r ALL DRUGGISTS: 1 -- a, Kieli-nioi- al oKlHHBffi'SflS ftgttllgiMlllgliaJfeP1 m septs-i- y dccS-ly- aj PP HQRTS-IAIMoru D m9m m boas-ridde- ht ,. For me to do my share i " " Centreline.. Eluabeth Paris - the Company 22 5 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. V- - WEST BOUND. a.m. 9 p.m. 5 30 5 42 SAN FKAJiCISCO, CL LOCISVILLE, Ky. NEW TOIIE. N. Jan5-l- y .. Lve Paris Arr Elizabeth . .. Centreville ... Georgetown Lve Georgetown Dovalls Arr Stamping Ground 9 ' Newtown. 3 10 10 -- 10 11 20 32 38 48 00 40 55 35 5 48 5 58 6 10 In putting down my country's foes," , I wonder if she'd care ? I wonder if she'd care if I Fell bleeding on the plain; Or if it were my lot to win Renown upon the main ? Or, if responsive to the call For men to do and dare, I donned a soldier's uniform, I wonder if she'd care? If I should tell her I must go To mingle in the fray, I wonder O, I wonder if She'd beg that I would stay If I become a soldier boy I wonder if she'd care ? I long to test her love for me, But, O, I do not dare. And she was cruel enough to answer v 6 30 6 41 6 48 6 59 7 06 7 20 "NO." " Switier Elkhorn Frankfort .1125 1110 U 55 LOUISVILLE HOT , LOUISVILLE, KY. AS TO STATE POLITICS. C. D. BEKCAW. Gen'l Pass. Agent GEO. B. HARPER, Gen'l Supt. Frankfort, Kentucky. kmh d ML Ohio Railway. American Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. Morehead and Lexington Accom New York Limited K. K. V and Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville ... . . 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 09 pra 4 50pm Euopeu Pliu, The Ladies" Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending1 the day in the eitv. Gentlemen's Cafe on Office lloor. EAST BOUND. S 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom. .11 58 am New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and Mt.Sterling Accom .. 6 30 pm 9 23 pm Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except SQn-da- r. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rates or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent L.&N.Ry.t call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D. P. A. C & O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. EA ffiR THAI E V EE The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail- THOS. A. MULLIGAN, dot 1- -1 v MANAGER. road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever" Uj reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vcstibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTY territory. The Central is the only line which runs Free FOR'. Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains X from Louisville to the South, also a weekly "5'vtc, &VB, Z)OTuado tor I hi I mm ."5- - California, Pullman Tourist Car Lve Louisville every Thursday Arr Memphis Friday. ... Arr New Orleans Friday Lve NewOrleans Friday . Arr Houston Saturday Arr San Antonio Saturday Arr Klpaso Sundav Arr Los Angeles Mondav Arr San Francisco Tuesday Thi k Tit Tr Untrr 9 23pm R 18am 7 45pm 8 20pm 8 45am 4 45pm 3 45pm 9 2"pm 5 15pm t 4- Four of the lest Fire Insurance Corn- anies in the United States. Losses paid jiromptly. In the Prndental, yon are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again pivo the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26i Second Street, M jc2-l- y 4- - 1 tnU U fal&nik. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with R. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, LouUxille, Ky. Wm. Au-obKkluoxd. A G. P. A., Lonisville, Ky. A. II. IlaN'bON. G P. A., Chicago. 111. dccSMy Up Stairs. " " T- f-f R. N. I. & B. R. R. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.! Long Troubles and Consumpton Cured. Can Time Table No. XI, Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 1S9S. EAST BOC.ND. be 1st Class. 2d Class. No. j No, 3 No- - g Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Versailles Nicholasville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberlev. Brassfieid Panola... Irvine. . A.M. . 10 22 11 02 11 26 11 41 11 58 P.M. 6 52 7 35 SOT 8 13 8 30 A.M. 5 34 6 48 .... An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Headers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discover' 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 watting awav, will send THREE FKEE BOTTLES (all d'ifferent) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. Ilis "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he consid-ers'- it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genins. 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 thonsano jom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung troiales lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- 8 20 8 50 9 15 10 10 10 HI 11 00 05 25 40 35 P. M. . 12 12 12 12 1 13 16 30 35 05 . ... . . . No.2"TNo7"4No. 8 No. 10 west hound. UxSun'Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun j" Panola . .. .1 Brassfield . Moberley Union 6 05 Richmond. 6 20 Million Valley View 6 31 6 58 Nicholasville 7 50 Versailles A. M. Irvine I A. M. . ) P. M. 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 00 25 30 41 47 15 30 45 4 10 5 00 P. M. A. M 11 1 1 1 .... ... 55 05 20 45 ... . 2 15 3 CO 3 25 4 SO 6 10 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. T. M. SOUTHERN 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 tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Jly7-l- y in the Richmond Climax. RfllLWfty. (IN KENTUCKY ) & In effect May 1. 1808. EASTBorxp. Lv Ar Shislby vilte. At La'rcnceb'g Louft-viMe"- . 1HGES A Book OF SIH WE . . . Ar Ar Lexington . VerxailleN WKsTUoniiJ. Lv LexfnBtn:) crw .UeN. Ar La'r"o "fb'T ..... Ar SbcHji Hi-e. Ar Loui viHe. .. Trains No. 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Chair lars. Ar .. 7.4Spm kOtom 5.3Spm 9.07pm .5Sam 6.30pm B.50pni I0.ftpzn laiGam 10.45am ' No. 6. No. 2 No. 4. "7.45am "4 40pm 5.0&UH 8.10am 5.0opm b.S7am tiS-ia5.30pm 5.45iun 9.27am, CSism lOScra! 7.50pmj 7.50am No. 1. 7.40am SftC yo.3. I for Young and Old. Mark Hanna's Louisville organ is at the awfully wick ed wickedness of the Democratic party. It is particularly distressed on account of the passage of the penitentiary bill and the election law by the late legislature. In Mark Hanna's own state it is all right for the ftepublicans to have an election law which is not half as favorable to the Democrats as the Kentucky law is to the Republicans, and the Commercial has no criticism to make on that. Mark Hauna, of course, approves the Ohio law, or it would not be on the statute book, and through his Kentucky organ he condemns the Democrats for passing a law which will prevent him and his agents from buying and stealing the electoral vote of Kentucky in 1900 as they did in 1S90. It comes with bad graco for this reformer to lecture the Democratic party and the members of the Democratic legislature. Tho Republican management of the penitentiary has been notoriously bad, and Gov. Bradley himself recommended the appointment of the penitentiary commission. His objections rested on the manner of their appointment, and not on the fact that the legislature put the management of tho penitentary in the hands of three commissioners. If lie could have appointed the commissioners himself he would have approved the bill, 'and we would have heard nothing of the Republican howl that now goes up against it from this hypocritical professor of high morality. Because the law will turn out some Republicans and put some Democrats in office tills complaint is made. That is a very good reason why the Democrats should approve of law. We believe that the commissioners chosen by the legislature will honestly administer the affairs of tho penitentiary and effect a large saving in expense to the taxpayers of the state. They are men of high character and of fine business capacity, and they are honest. There is every reason to believe that there has been dishonest management of the penitentiary under the present administration, and the only way to effect the reforms demanded was to put it in the hands of commissioners who will see that it is honestly managed. We believe the legislature did right in electinginstead of allowing the governor to appoint the commissioners, because if we could not get an honest and economical administration of the affairs of the penitentiary under the present system there was little hope of reform in allowing the governor to continue to make it a Republican political machine. So far as the election law is concerned, we are satisfied that in its workings it will fully justify the action of the legislature in passing it. If it shall secure honest elections and prevent tho practices which have in the last few years disgraced and corrupted the politics of Kentucky, every good citizen will sustain it. The Democrats have determined to give the law a fair trial, and if upon a test it is found deficient in any respect it is the intention to amend it so as to make it what it was intended to be a measure of genuine reform. We do not expect that the Democratic party will be able at any time to manage the affairs of Kentucky in a way that will he satisfactory to the editor of the Commercial and the backers of that enterprise in Ohio. The very fact that these assaults are made on the Democratic parly by this newspaper is proof positive that the very much shocked l'eck-sniilian nounced the captive a homed owl of the Virginia Nocturnal Hooter varieThe Best Salve in the world for Cuts. ty. In his diagnosis tho other chicken Uruises,ore8, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever lauciers of tho neighborhood heartily Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- concur. blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price On tho first Saturday in June, at 115 cents per box. Forsalo by Perry & Republican Baptist church, there will Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. be a of the entire membership. declo-lG. White. This is for the purpose of making some much needed corrections in the roll, 0MAHA-SNEW THE BURLINGTON'S and of givng each one an opportunity J0SEPH-ST- . LOUIS TRAINS. to renew acquaintance with tho members. Others matters of importance To take care of tho heavy travel to will be brought before tho chinch. Each Omaha Exposition, in connection with membur is earnestly solicited to atexcursion rates, as well as tho stoptend. over privileges at Omaha, on all At Norfolk last v;eek the trustees of through tickets, tho Burlington Route the Southern Baptist Theological Semiwill establish, commencing May 2Sth, verv desirable fast train service to nary decided that they would not reOmaha from St. lxuis and St. Joseph. opened the Whitsitt matter, thattheie This new train service is the extension had been no material change in aspect of the St. IiOiiis-S- t. Joseph wide vesti of the case, as presented at Wilmingbuled Pintsch lighted trains Kbs. 15 ton last year and they would stand by and 10. Trains leave St. Louis daily conclusion arrived at them. So it apatS:45p. m, leave St. Joseph 8:15 a. pears Dr. Whitsitt will be allowed to hold his position another twelve in., arrive Omaha noou The Burlington will furnish the same standard of months. The statistical report to the Southwide vcstibuled main line seivice to for the west, as it ern Methodist Quadrennial Conference and through Omaha provides from St. Louis to and through in session at Baltimore shows the net Kansas City or St. Joseph. This move increase in itinerant preachers for the keeps the Burlington Route in the year to bo 502 and members 123,221. field via Omaha for its full share of Tho present number of itinerant travel to the Omaha Exposition, as preachers, 5.0S9; local preachers, 5,685; well as to the great west beyond. total 11,674. The total number of The Burlington's great train service members 1,578,431. The value of the from Omaha to the West has long been church property is $35,000,000, an in crease in four ye.irs of $2,000,000. known. Special ''Exposition Flyer" folders Theyhave 14,18S Sunday, schools, with are now on tho press. L. W. Wake-l- 101.K15 teachers and 851,488 pupils. This is an increase of 825 schools, 8,459 General Passenger Agent. teachers and 86,202 pupils. There are The human machine starts but once 486 Epworth Leagues, with 126,584 and stops but once. You can keep it members. The church has 76 educa going longest and most regularly by tional institutions, with 1,000 teachers, using Do"Vitt's Little Early Risers, the 16,000 pupils, property worth $4,651,850 famous little pills for constipation and and endowments amounting to $2Si),UU5. all stomach and liver troubles. Doug- In foreign mission fields there has been las & Wines. a net gain of 2,177 members, 1.141 Sun day hchool attendants, 1,225 Epworth Underground Drainags. Leaguers, IS church buildings nnd 10 The Courier-Journin reporting the parsonages. Louisville commercial convention has this to say of a Madison delegate's WALLACETOX. paper: "Mr. C. L. Searcy, of Richmond, read a paper on 'underground Farmers aro now making up for lost drainage,' which succeeded in arous- time. ing more discussion than any other Men who aro out of employment are paper up to that time. He said unscarce, in this vicinity, but men who are derground drainage resulted in permapatriotic and ready to fight are plenti nent improvement of lands and largely ful. increased crops. Underdrainage, ho Our enterprising lumbermen, Wal said, would kill out all wild and sago grass, the land would not break up lace & lliatt, are doing a largo busi cloddy and the full benefit of fertilizers ness. They aro runniug a wagon train would be received. The drainage sys- to Paint Lick, hauling lumber. tem increased the crop from 20 to 100 The most beautiful occasion that per cent. He suggested that the Wallaceton has ever witnessed was the farmers in different sections baud to- celebration of the "Goldon Wedding" gether and establish tile factories for of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson their own use. He had seen wet Mr. Anderson was born in Clark ground which would produce nothing county, but when hut. a 6inall boy his but wild grass underdrained so that it father moved to Madison, where he has produced sixty bushels of corn to the since resided. At the age of 21 he acre." married Miss Amanda Ballard, aged 19, daughter of George C. and Lavenia The Cuban question aud political is- Ballard, of the county. Fourteen chilsues sink iuto insignificance with tho dren were sent to cheer them on the man who suffers from piles. What he rugged road of life, neven of whom most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch Burvivo, all of whom live in the Hazel Salve cures piles. D.ouglas & county. Seven children, 30 grandWines. children and 23 neighbors were pres Home Merchants Endorsed Our Position. ent to enjoy the most sumptuous The dinner that was ever set in the village. The Richmond Climax "goes for" The occasion was one long to be re- the Commercial Convention at LouuitiuuBiuu uy tnoso present, and no isville in vicerous style. The Climax one present seemed to enjoy them sees in the scheme only a trick to get selves more than the honored couple, a crowd of people to Lonisville and take who, just 50 years ago, had united to their money away from them. travel the journey of life together. Democrat. May their last years be as bright and The Richmond Climax sung thoonly happy as their past life has been, use discordant note in tho Commercial ful and honorable, is the wish of their Convention matter. The paper could legion of friends and relatives. see no good in it except for Louisville and said so in many and quite amusing When a man nocomes thoroughly paragraphs, Interior Journal. contented he has outlived his useful Clarence E. Woods, editor of the ness Richmond Climax, pass through here Don't think because a man posses-se- s yesterday for Bloomington, Intl., to ata shining intellect .that he is lighttend, a convention of the Sigma Nu fraternity, of which lie is Grand Record- headed. er. Mr. AVoods attended the Commercial Convention and thinks it will prove highly beneficial to Louisville merchants. Louisville Dispatch. ,Ho"? Buckleii's Arnica Salve. Ucported PL every Tuesday at noon by Deatherago & Co., Staple and Manual t i'koxcgrap'ty, by 13snn Pitman Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. and Jerotsl?. Howard. A perfect OJ A sa o e. .': s9eeoa3.8Q!3eeeicrccc l3C RELIGIOUS. to 7c in trade. EUTTEIC -- Choice country, B EES W AX-20- 2oc. EGGS 1015c. DRIED yitUiT Apples bright, 5c. WOOL Clear grease wool, 1013c; b u rry ,, 1 0 15c; t ub wash ed , 25c. CIIEESE-Country, SEED-$1.5- 051 3.50: Over 355,000 sold. Thousands have masiid it; so can you. Sold by all bookseller J or we will send with L.wer and rhaicgraphis Ccy , post-pai- d for $1.25. Catalog and full information hi to those who wish to investigate first I Send narae on postal card. 'Avxt-graphL-ob- Of"- GOO" ie FARM ER Do you need a Plow, A A roll-ca- ll 10c. CO. TIMOTHY CLOVKR ed, 40 BLUE GRASS 50c; extra clean, 6075c; fancy clean, pure seed, Sl$l.3o. BE ASS SI 00$1.50 per bu. IRISH rOTATOES-50cS1.- 23. SHOULDER MEAT Oc BACON 710c. . SEKD-$2.75$SEED-Stripp- has for 4, rears been the standard. Called byU. S.3areaa of Education "The American System." First prize, World's Fair. THEPilONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE Co., CINCINNATI, OlIIO. 223 W. ,ti St., THE3ENN PITMAN SYSTEM oat GO.- - Harrow, Wagon, or other A Corn Planter, Farming Implements 0e... QOa Q9S.M B" We arc sole stents for thy Celebrated Vnlcan Chilled Plowi, and Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Steves and Tinware. Tin Roofiag and Guttering a Specially. h Liis I Mm No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be iiMr. J. B. Willis' , Richmond, Ky. , on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8th. 189S, TAYLOR-- . Bros. . HAMS-81- 0c OJreiicioocoooiooifsiAeiosfliaittiitteiotttiiit1 " tV returnsj every second Wednesday of each , By Old Established House of VVJ 5VTVT P.CA H'S" Grade Man or Woman. month JJ--. Reference every physician febl6-l- Richmond, net as Manager here and do office work and X" A4J correspondence at their home. Business al' i ready built up and established here. Salary 50 YEARS' stamped envelf90. Enclose EXPERIENCE ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General Manager. 1S9 Michigan. Avenue, Chicago, 111., apr6-3First Floor. j y. i "Is Ci As -- lee." ISZuIES ft 9J ala ra asaUci cl Giic wo liuve touncl Ave H fRUT Diniiirv naaasai a) in & U ill 25 U D J This is the grateful expression of the thirsty soul who tastes the liquids cooled by ice made from qnikly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invntlon Is probably patentable. A)Tnr.n rKWa xketch and description mar sending Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Handbook on Patents sectree. Oldest aeency.forsecunncpatents. Uterus taken throuch Munn A Co. recelvo rptU notice, without charge. In tho Scientific American, Abadsomelr lllmtratM weekly. Largest '! of any scientific lonrnal. Terms. a just four months, $L Sold by all newjdenlcr". MUNN &Co.3G,Bro-NeYork banch Office, CS F St, Washington, 1. C J 25-2- do that it makes vi: with. competition. If instead of telling- the truth we practiced what we haA'e come to call diplomacy, Ave would parade before the public some beau it best to toll the truth about Ave - Uie Mkks sell and when tifully polished lies, not offend, pure distilled water by the Richmond Ice Facto- A Avhich, Avhile they could would mislead you. But we v, j &5FFree delivery, in any quantit', and on short notice. BWPS 2:04 3-- 4. cfl sJn RUBENSTEIN 2:05. OD U dispense with diplomacy and tell the straight truth, hence Avhen Ave represent a shoe to be Avorth $2, S3, or $4, or any other price, you may; depend upon it in fact you can count on always getting your money's Avorth atour store. Our low prices foi' standard rjoonx don t mala largeprofit, but n-- s stUs-xho-x- . David R. Tevis, MANAGER. Ueadacho bad? Got Dr. lilies' Pain l'llis. 1 g W" W CD 00 al sj Phcne, No. 21. Freeman Bros :it- -. a e 1 r Eggs for Sale! Mrs. II. II. Colyer is now prepared to furnish you the very highest production of Plymouth Itock Eggs at 50c for 15. Just half what you pay for inferior eggs. Orders filled promptly and delivered to any firm in Richmond. Respectfully, mch23-3MRS II. II. COLYER. .BARITONE" 29461.. i Lbs:r: First Stri gnrI.n,gT "Tl ZX) LIGHT DF TIE WORLD 'Bakitoxe" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:13. tl jjgreatcst trotting stallion that has been bred u to now because his produce out race and o Bsell the produce of any other stallion living 0 dead. Baron Wilkes sired Oajdaml Baron 2:Q0i Sumps" 2:013c Baron Dale 2:11 i IUbenstein 2:05 2:t8i l'hel Rogers 2:00'J Xydia Wilkes 2:1D 1 Baruuct2:ll'a IjU Silk 2:10 Baron Dillon 2:12 Baron Crisp 2:12a Bay Baron 2:12H Baronmore 1:1U Brava2:ll I -- An? 'H s i 4n n vi & rt Ui' 4H A 4nJ& & T- Y( U WILL FIND THE BEST ASSORTMENT 11 others in the list and is as yet compara- to publish. Contains nearly lvely a young horse. engravings of our Saviour, by the "Baritone" is a black stallion, snip nose, Great Masters. It is not a life of Christ, but ;wo white feet, 15 hand 3 Inches high. an exhibit of all tha great Masters' ideals of action this spring, the Christ. No other book like it ever pub- resembles his sireIn color, size and any colt he about as much as he lished. Agents are taking from three to twen- ever got. and has every thing in his favor that ty orders daily. The book is so beautiful that ft takes to make up a high-clastock horse. when people see it they want it. Published iz.: less than a year and already in its twenty-fift- h edition, some editions consisting of 18,501) SPEED, BREED1SQAND L3IV1DUALITY. presses are running day and night books. The TBabitone's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:22'i to fill orders. (It has never been sold in this ,nd territory,) A perusal of the pictures of this Ifeld. she the dam of Barodaise 2:2UVt' at and "Baritone" trial 2:23 by book is like takinS a tour among the great art gauenes ox Europe, vine Hermitage, 1'rado, jfWellingtoft, Dy u.entucKy rrince, sire 01 uuy H2:l and others; Id dam by Strathrnore sire of Uffiii, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National of London, National of Berlin, Belvidcre and other B3i) in 2:311; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchcn, she in celebrated European art galleries, have all the great brood mare list. placed their rarest and greatest treasures at Notice that this colt comes from a great line our disposal that they might be reproduced for of breeding and speed on both sire and dam this superb work. "FIRST GLANCE AT THE side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts PICTURES BROUGHT TEARS TO MY KYESr will go fast and sell well. says one. "Cleared J150 Erst week's work witt Sen-icfee $10 cash the book," says another. Many men and wo- usual return privilege at time of service with or money tefunded in men buying and paying for homes from their case of failure. ouui.cs3 wim iuis greab woric. aiso nan o." woman, of good church stranding, can securj Hposition 01 manager neie to ao outce wort am OR OUR SAVIOUR IN ART" $100,000 ALL RACE RECORDS. aid Cost over full-pag- e ss HAWORTH and YAUDIYER DISC HARROWS, BROWN and MALTA CULTIYATORS. All kinds of Single and Double Shovel Plows and all kinds 1 B. - NEALE. apr6-3- m D A Ef acbb and RrrErjMATiSM relieve) DAVaVby Dr. Miles' Nerve Plasters. J mOllbl mado easy Manufactnrin? Rubber Stamps. Send lor Prico List of Outfits to J. F. W. Dorman Co., 121 E. Fayetto St., Baltimore, HiL, U.S.A. Catalogue free. of farm implements at the closest and best prices at fa MiluOlS Cyn-thia- na , i - j'XrXT.l to sell our Trintin ' 'laairors. Itasgaxo and Ken II . .. . J. I. V. DOK5IAN CO . jL!'orrjuj!p-.j.Scirri,S- FA.RM The undersigned has a farm of 200 acres, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; situated at Priceless Pain B.ooJrM GOLD. FREE: Blcycte.Gold Vatdk, Dlanurid King, or a Schf!arshlp (in Drauchon's Practical Busircss College. Nashvilli TennJor Texarkana, Tex.jor a schol other reputable lusiness col most lege or literary school la the U. S. cap be secured by doing a little work at home forthe journal an illustrated It is elevating in character, moral In tone, and especially interesting and profitatle to young people, but read with interest and jrofit by people of all ages. Stories ttnd other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample coties sent free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' idvocat? Pub. Co., Nashville, Teen. fMentiotthiipaperJ Youngi People any arship in ( UI Co., Yoiths-Advocat- semi-monfc- ALti one-thir- T TTT Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, WMBWBWHlMWWBBMMWiWMnWMWMWiBBM,,MM,,WMWM,,B,,WM WHITE'S - STATION, imtmWii THE I 7"i Richmond, Ky. augl8-I-y ) on the waters of Silver Creek. It is well watered. There is no better land in Madison i 1 our RECORD I Esli 1878 DISEASED in" U Hi r t'n- CURt r NERVOUS i BLOOD QfS T The imbecility of some men is always, inviting- the embrace of death. It ts the - 250,ooo ,M MEN ' SKIN& PRIVATE EASTBOnXU. WESTBOCJTU. No. 4.16pm .".4.Sim'Lv Loui vil Ar 7.50pm lOMcm yjCium Ar LarnrbnrAr 5.25pm 8.25am 74un la 13am ,Ar lierodsli;Ar 4.4iim 7.3Sam 7.j5pm ia5.Kim.Ar Uurgin. . Lv IXlpm 7.25am WESTnOt"5DL EA8TEOUSD. Na C8. So. Xo. I'No. 7. i STATIONS. 7.40am, Lv .LouIkvU Ar KUuim 7.5ipm 6. 9pm K3;u ,OJ .m Ar Shelbvil Af 8.27am 4.15pm (UtHi la 16am Ar Vendles Ar ROSum 7.1!ipn ll.iiium Ar Midway Ar 7.45am liipm 7.4..ptn Ar Oeorgtn LtI 7.15am XUi.Tn "EAStI-'JCKU- . WESTDOUSU. BTATioys! 1No. I. No. j. rtXa 6. No. 2. 7.fk--m tu'ipTiLv Loulsvil AT ia&im ,.mm It'XJo.t uimiLv Verlles Ar' 7.50am 5.0m 11.1-i.i- H 7.XpmlArNichlviUAr G&un 4.10pm llJitjHi K.Joiim,ArRichmndLv, C05am 3.15pm 2.Wpm liiVjim Lvi Ar In-ln-e STATIOSS. Na No. 3. Lv urt.jvillc. 7.45pm Ar ia45am 1035pm 8. I5pm 7.15am Ar KwAvi'le 5.10am 1. 15pm Ar ll'Nt. 11.! STATIONS. iNo. It. lKgW n Plinrn i uurrr m .m nisEASES w WrWTt niuirrw tWSSW) men to boast of what "tough fellows " they are, and tell how they overwork them selves and how they neglect little HZ delight of such "One Minute Cough Cure is the best preparation I have ever sold or used and I can't say too much in its praise." L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. Douglas & Wines. Patriotic March. We have received from J. Fisher & Bro., 7 Bible Houses, Kow York, a copy of a new and spirited March (Two-step,- ) A New SYRUP PEPSI N 'CURES CONSTIPATION. DR. CALDWELL'S county. It is a fine neighborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, etc., within a haUmileof White's Station Post Office, ten miles from Richmond. d TERMS Sale will be made cash balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, ouinern rrnn Ml. II MK l HIM lll t-- v otua nves men Co '! OF LEXINGTON, KY, .. Read TTiiis -- address Geo. D. White, feb3-t- t isomers ana entitled, "The Patriotic American," little illnesses that put other bac-- s. H4r Ji. It 50,000 MAN YOUNG t Ul aull Ar Sdtaiuua.... ... e Ar Ar i huanooga ... Jjck-o3ill- 5.1Uum 1'. j.v Ar&ia.on .......... Ar Jucluionvlllo .... CnoaarKioga 7.4upm ArA'Jan.a. 7pm 15am lLlUam COam Ar "".I snnubam .... Ar UeriCian ....... 1030am ia30am Ar N. Qricang..., Na I Free Chair car Louisville to Ijcxtni'oa. there conncctin'T with Solid Vestl-liu'lrin carrying through Pullman, Slcep-l:Cir u 11 rmingham. Meridian and New Orleans. olo makes cloe connc-tloat Chatta-n.,- -a for Atlanta. Macon. Jacksonville scd lininwlrk. No. 3 curies Pnllman Sleeper Louisville to ("b&Uasooza and Birmingham. aLso "Lexington to Jacksonville ia Ho; SnrlngK. AbheviUc, sad Pullman Ualon blcepcr Lexington to New os-Tile ur n CSam IL3.-pII. 10pm 2.a tain laioam when ignorant of the terrible crime tou wrrernmmittinp. Hid vononlvrnnnidpr the fascinating allurements of this evil . hlrit? When too latoto avoid the te ft rible results, were yonr eyes opened to ' your peril 7 llid roil later on in man- hoodoontraetanyl'KIVATEorBLOOD difcareT Were yon cured? Doyounbir A and then ceo some alarming rymptomsr Dare you marry in your present You know, "LIKE tfATIIEU, LIKi; if inamod, aro you constantly living in dread? It marriage a failure with you on account of any weakness caused by early abuse or later excesses? Have yon been drugged with mercury? Tbisbooklctvrillpointoutto rim tho resulU of tlief e crimes nnd imint out how our XEW ilETIIOD TBEAT- MEM will positively cure you. It shows how thousands have been saved by our NEW TREATMENT. It proves how wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. Wo treat and euro EMISSIONS, VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. GLEET. STRICTURE. IMPOTENCY. SECRET DRAINS, UNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. I nr to" CURED people on their composed by George TI, Fisher. 50 cents. SsS f o." i CURES GUARANTEED iA "The Wages of Sin" sent free by encloinir 2e sLomn. CONSULTATION 'FREE. If unr.ble to call, write for QUESTION BLANK for HOME TREATMENT. UrleasK. JLH-tnox.PJkT.- tDaily exccptSunday. .. 3 ircs. Kennedy Kergan of a boastful, cheerful idiot. If his head aches, it isn't worth paying any attention to : if he feels dull and drowsy during the day, it isn't worth serious consideration; if he is troubled with sleeplessness at night, he doses himself with opiates. When he suffers from nervousness, he walks into the nearest drug store and orders powerful medicines that even a physician prescribes with care. He, is a very knowing fellow, but without knowing it,, he is hugging death. There is a wonderful restorative tonic and health-buildthat will keep the hardest working- - man in good working shape; it is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is made of, pure native roots and barks. It contains no minerals, no narcotics and no opiates. It simply aids nature in the natural processes of secretion and excretion. It tones up the stomach and facilitates the nowjof digestive juices. It makes a man " hungry as a horse " and then sees to iuthay the g elements of the food he takes .are assimilated into the blood. It invigorates the liverl It drives out all impurities 'and disease germs from the system. t is and the great blood-make- r It is the best of all nerve tonics., t It cures bronchial, throat and lung affections as er life-givinflesh-lauilde- r. It may not sound nice to say so, but it is a fact that the average man is iust that kind well. - LeatsvHle, Ky. .. Ttr mmt ll 'KJLTi-HK.af.- W&cblscrtes. D. C J.H.Cfit,p. i.Wl Wi 122 W, FOURTH STREET,; CINCINNATIfO. indigestion and a torpid liver," writeSj "I hadl.,Gibbs, of Eussellville. Logan County, Mrs.-A- . Ky.. "Dr. Pierce' Coidea Medical Discovery cared xae." . , A Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carmi, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga.,J the proprietors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful iemedy is not ot the many internal medicines adone vertised to do unreasonable! things, but a rciontificalry prepared liniment especially Late to "bed aud early to rise, cfjective in adding strength lnd elasticity man forfils homo Ikies. to tSose parts of woman's organism which Early to bed and a Little Early Else?, bear the severest strains of childbirth. , The liniment may be useJl at any and the pill that makes life longer and bet ail times during pregnane r no to th& tor and wiser. Douglas & Wines tj- very hour of confinement. ?Che earlier it us;a, Owing to the wretchedly bad weath- is oegun, mm me iqngcr biit uic more perfect will be the result, it has, been er tho "Kentucky Colonels" had a used, during the last mcntSi only, with slim audience last cvenieng; but they great beneltfcand success. Ifc not only shortens labor and'llssens fully sustained their reputation as first-cla"the. pain attending it.butgieatly cSlnsin- o ai lists, and those who were lsttes uie danger to life ot both rrJothcr enouge to attend speak in tin and child, arid lcavesthemothcrinil constinted terms of tho excellence of tho dition more favorabloto speedy recUvcry. " Mother's Friend" is sold bv dnicnsts entertainment. Maysville Ledger. at. $ i. oo, or, sent byexpress isp. receipt of . . Tfl ll vyiiaiwecan mes J our ueignDors , Ulvin vIuable book for "women. " TWnr. case and special rroyiuence in our paby is Horn," sent free on aonhcation. own js probably but a fortunate acci,--' rnE",BRADFKL0 REGUUT0R CoJUlianta, Ga. ;ic II ...I. dent in either. JtUiCJT pre-pare- This is undoubtedly oneof effective marches published this season. The melody throughout is bright and catchy, and combined with a good martial rhythm, which makes this composition excellently adapted to either dancing or marching purposes. Alto, arranged for band and orchestra. sa in-th- " If a be placed on pain, Price, Friend' orice can its weight in (told as'Mother'a is worth en alleviator. Jty wife suffered more in ten minutes with cither other other two children than she did althe most together with her last, havinc previously used four bottles of ' Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," says a customer. I have rented for 1898 the several houses advertised by me last Decembef, but have now four or five other nice cottagifj well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at mv office over Messrs. White A Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorncy-at-LaFLORIDA lj PARRISH, Jan2G-- tf Attorney and Agent. to patent? Protect "your Ideas: they roar Iring you wealth. write JOHN WKDDEHBURN SCO.. Patent Attorneys. Washington, D. C.for thtirS13n prtio offer and list of two hundred laveuttas wanted. UE0. W. Of White's Station. Ky. -12- 6-ECOPMIST """ is?.. of oiu prmnpio. bused upon uuu pauica, covennj; a purcou theover i'iuHaiion oi an successful life ana actual experience um.y cuu years. it nm n,,.ni.t,;on.n... V oi U I1".' ... is! insur-- 1 """ ""V W Ttie same principles eoveral nmio UUlilIt. TH E Y pay when vou DIE. E oiler the INVESTMENT feature". THEY protect in caeo'bf DEATH. 11AJ RAPE i Wanted-f- ln Idea,; Who can think some itmnln INSURANCE kill IS A LAW AVERAGE. "' ""usan y"S-- we jrf& thenine tTllfhei" Wo figure onso nuoiy policies. They! RIip There Is bo reason why a man should die to reap the benefit of his iiireslnent lm "''"Se of J2.7tl for every dollar paid us, and yet we obl;-. on Iessl bera "" a3 and for years the leadSfs W e compank-se'ScXCAX OBT.UirUnilSSUBASCB. - Shelbyville, Ky., Jlecommentls Wright's Celerv f cysules. .Slielbyville, Ky., Mak 26, '90. To Wright Medical Co., CoLo.: Gents I have purclpJed a box of Wricht'8 Celery Capsnieo from G. N. Middeltondrui:eist. and nsed them fur Sour Stomach, Torpid Ler and Consti- - j Ration and found that tfciiy cave me iui- - j mediate reliel every time!' 1 think it an e'xcellentrpmedy. 9 OUR MISSION. Zil vii ;- sameorgreaterbeneinsforanealaHesse " can get lift insnmnce? --- o People axe insnrabK.l tEAarsKED it's advastjlcts. oc a means provided whereby the othc: " fufuuuuu vaji carry a.n invesiment the same as tho fw w"-- i Our mission is to open the door to the entire j t --"1 3,TU "Hsiuaufc .7, ?? "&. (. P" ". ?' "" "i-i"- . rived, and thos.ntdvantages may be erfojed duricgllle by the OaSthVtaSgtSit! ; LIKE SUCCESS. ,,. ,. evidenced by our J , wTnlar andlaltirr.n Mnr.n.iT.r,i. large a. ee utentnre 8" .ugatioa. no statement made that cannot be verifitdfty actnal resalto. That our ptin ss fortu-luit- Yours veiy truly, Geo. W. "Riley. ASssej i3 " NOTHING SUCCEEDS 111 jjipers Kake jHoney. - Why Not Yon? . -- I - mtr Mea' Ifvnou ZHmMu Falling caaaod orrtlmpotencgr.SlMPJeuceM.etc, Indisbr Abuse or other i!xces Bd turcly cretions, anil Thry gnofcJ rectors Lost Vlulls in old oryiranz.aad at a man for studr. ttnd Gotisamsuoa oiuuwsi or mamas?. Prnmnfe Tiu,t.lt. if taken in tim. ThMittu. .!. Innediata laBrevtv. stent and elects a CURB wheie'all otbw tail. la- Jl-L- MADE TABLETS rOBmVELTCTJHET ME A MAN AJAX Hoofing1, " Guttering land General Tlicenderso:R(nt.tirpn ihT. rATnMi.MAv. i BdnUtenVdMtaril railroad aet, te is sn evlilt nee of the sonndauss rf Mr n rstl B ad tor of hatel Hteraturc giviBZitta in fnU. -- iSSJtaSSSTKS 1 11 ... 5?!l J?5JT- - "rchants, MEacuy in every vocation. ; AtB.a w. m w r m m t- - . ! - Job Work. 11 - I -- ml, il 1 . , i W1C.K.TATXOB, GL i-i- - '. JHFMMiMMSM. I' y IvKK.'TWW f:' (te Dr. ir constipation is also Pierce's Pleasant Pellets sfeoald. be taken. v sever. feii: ther" never Efrine.-- Drw. Tie ' cU both ediace. n f present, No man is. lovable unless lie h some womanly qualities, aud no woman hm some is respectable unless-shmanly oaes.i e h-.- -t Wanted-Ajrl- daa P"555 -- a - d --- & 3 , p - I - '? U,S n3p - ' ft JH.V- Br ?J i j- ESSiS SgBBSg3feS"ir'wTSir. i.Exs-ifcfj? aoM, ii JTTw"i"' MtuutBanauiq miJWin'vti. 'zxjwt :ritngaroBte toegectajBro JMIgfl ssK":'Mrri..s. iiiiniinii iaii in fMM5 uhij m m . a. ASMmiBjratAy; M .; a I m :Mb. a. T. sw.xJiL K 1- 1- M?llln """ m ' ! - nnrxl1 i'K -- cvr&a'&..it tui iir rrii . L"'Jf. 1m f 111 I .11 Lk LT'II rV I .JLMh ' as.-- - M i y wm U1V wwmmam iinui ...If. 'ggs-gg- gg ' uoDf -- (lnant riuui, ks-ntuck- y. mm $1.25 IB IN AMCH t 3E3 WHi u:-.- .