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Jlen Attack Guard nt Jtortar BatteryShots Kxclianseil unit the l'arty ItrjiuUed. T1 IpCHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, C0NGKESS. Session. 3 KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. AN ALLIANCE. L898. FIRE. iSCaiord Sfots i on Pa per NUMBEK 52. rVA,f La Grippe, Followed by Heart Dijeaio, Cured by DR. MILES' HEART CURE. IN SAMHAUl BAY. Commodore Schley Information of Cervera's WK3 ibouts. v F1FTY-FIFT-H First Betullr Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. DESTRUCTIVE Trritcsof Dr. lilies' Heart Cnro. Twoycara attack of LaGrlppa left ico Tlth a cat heart. I had ran down in Ccsh to xncre skin and bone IconldnotelscpJylnjj darn for snaotherlng spells; treqnent sharp dartlnc pains and palpitation canscd a constant fear of sudden death, nothing could Indues me to remain away from homo over nht. Hy local physician prescribad Dr. Mies' Heart Cnro and in & few daya I wa3 atle to sleep well and the pains gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced the tie doses, having gained 1 teen pounds, and am now feeling better In every Tray than I have for years." Dr. Miles' Eemedlcs ISlX rt r v are sold by all drugtViHoV gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle G benefits or money re.Roston funded. Book on disZA NsnHh .VS eases of the heart and f nerves free. Address, asask wBsa a jx R. a a SHTJI.TS, fit WIntcssot, Iowa. naaofacturcr of 13. i3Tcator &ad'VThlElctrco Coupling. Ehnlta Baioty ctn &wm I DE. MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. Key Webt, Fla., May 2a Ascrgeant artillery on duty at a mortar battery near Fort Taylor was fired upon early Friday morning by three unknown men, whom he says he knows to be Spaniards. The fire "was promptly returned, but the men escaped. The affair, which is involved in a good deal of mystery, began Thursday afternoon when three swarthy men inadi.- an attempt to enter the gate of the reservation, but were summarily turned off by the sentry. No further attention was given to the incident until Thursday night, when between 10 and 11 o'clock the sergeant of the artillery guard, near the mortar battery, discerned the figures of three men a few yards ahead of him. Almost simultaneously with the discovery they opened fire upon him with pistols. Three bulleU whizzed harmlessly oast the sergeant, but a fourth lodged in the lleshj' part of his left arm, just above the elbow. The three men then turned acd. d out of range. The serseant fired several shots after them and then went for the guard. A sharp lookout was kept out for the strangers and, scon after midnight, a suspieious noise was heard outside the gate near which the mortar battery is located. An investigation resulted in the discovery of a carriage in the street just outside the gate. The sergeant gave orders to fire and a volley was sent after the vehicle. A moment later, it appears, three man were seen running up the street and the fire of the soldiers, was directed upon them, but the suspects escaped apparently unharmed. The sergeant declares that on the occasion of the last visit of the strangers one of the latter carried a suspicious looking package about three feet long. of - A7C0?T3T3. R. IV. PRIZE VESSELS. United M:te Court KrmU-ri-. Decision In C.e of Mi Spanish Ste.unrr Seized Daring Hie of tVar. MILLER. Atto tt vev- - at- - Law, IliciiMoxn, Kkittucct. Key West, Fla., May 2S. In the office in the Burnam Baildinx, nest door to United states circuit court Judge fet3-lLocke rendered decisions in the cases Farmer's National Bank. of the six Spanish steamers seized during the first days of the Cuban blocksxTXJxJx'vr-2r- , ade. These included the most valuable prizes taken since the war began. The Catalina and Miqucl Lover were Attokxey-at-Lareleased, both vessels and cargoes. The - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Pedro and Ouido were condemned and The liuena Ventura and the Office over Tavlor's Hardware store, op- forfeited. Panama were condemned and forfeitposite Court House, on Main Street. ed. The cargo of the liuena Ventura, being neutral propert3 is to be re" H. B. HOGG, stored to its owners, as it is protected by the president's proclamation. A TTORNE Y AT LA llr, In Kentucky. the question of the Panama's cargo is -- Richmond, taken under advisement. In the cases of the Pedro, Guido, Office No. 13 Firt-- t St. up stairs. liuena Ventura and Panama, the owners through their attorneys, filed notice of appeal. & D. M. CIIENAULT, J. 0. y J. s 31-3- 0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, Office on Secoml street, over Chen-anlt'- OUR FLYING SQUADRON It U 'Save Olio s groccrj. of the Strongest Ajjcrcjra-tion- s of l"lj;htlntr Vessels i:cr Gathered Together. PHYSICIANS. DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond. ... Kentucky v Telephone at office and residence. DR. -- J. L.. L n. R. GIBSON, PIIYSICIA N A XQ SURGEON, Hart will'' '. a pppto" ' Kentucky. Sec27- Oifice in the Joe (c Jim building, 18 and so ond Street, orer Wnue ..old drucstore. - CHAS. HOOKER, VETERINARY SURGEON, Graduate Onlario Veterinary College. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. up stairs, over store recently accu-pie- d by Richmond Harness Co , East Main y St., " apr7-lkichmond, Ky. ce IT. C. Telephone Medicine and Surgery. Office Collins Buildins, MainStrcet. nt resilience ----- JASPER, JU. D (the Cnrr Broadway. place) oc Key West, Fla., May 28. Commodore Schley's Flying Squadron is now one of the strongest aggregations of fighting ships ever gathered together. It consists of the first-claarmored cruiser Brooklyn, Commodore Schley's flagship, the battle ships Massachu-s?tts- , Iowa and Texas, the cruiser Marblehcad. the gun boat Castine and the torpedo boat Dupont. It has a plentiful supply of coal and can stay for a long time at sea. The men arc not onlj-- anxious but eager to fight; and they expressed great satisfaction at learning the whereabouts of the enemy's fleet. Chased by the Bancroft. Key "West, Fla., May 28. A Spanish steamer, thought to be an auxiliary cruiser, was sighted by the United States warships Wilmington and Bancroft 15 miles off Key West Thursday night, and at last accounts she was being chased by the Bancroft. The ship d steamer, chased was a and apparently a merchantman of large tonnage, doing scout duty. She No doubt was had one smoke-stacentertained of her being a Spaniard, because, when the Bancroft put after her she steamed away at full speed. ss three-maste- k. Richmond, G. W. EVANS, M. D.t Patjitcaii. Ky.. May 30. John Dead Kentucky. en, colored, is in jail on a warrant charging htm shooting, cutting anu robbing Mrs. Lee Stanley, the young wife of a prominent citizen. The detectives believe the Negro was hired to kill the woman. A Saluonkerper Shot. Sur.LUYVii.LE, Ky., May 30. Think He 1Va Hired to Kill. Physician and Sukgeon, Richmond. - - - - Kentucky James DR. T. J. TAYLOR, rractilioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond. ce accidentally shot through the head and instantly killed here by Hart Pickett. They were friends and drinking to- Cassel, a Louisville saloonkeeper, was gether. ld and residence on Second Street. SSITTAL sra&saY. - Boy Drowned In a Pond. Mayfield, Ky.. May 30. Felix, the son of Mr. R. E. Griffith, a leading tobacco man of this city, was drowned in a pond on his father's Dt. Xacw..Vw; .obsoxv place in the subnfbs of this city. DBXTIST, OP IiOUlSXIIXE, Kr. next door to Government Building, RichmSnd.Ky. Office hours 9 to 1 to 4. 12-- norlT-l- y Four nice rooms for rent. Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son, Jffelp for WAsnmcTOJf. May W. Sksate For fir? Preliminary Steps Taken by England hours Monday the senate haduhe-warrereand the United States. measure urfder discussion. The entire thus was occupied by Mr. (aera., Tex.); Mr. the Admiral Is Cooped id Sehlry Has Lodge (rep., Mass.), ChiltonMr. Turley (dem., and Seen and Becoirnlzed ianigh Ves- Great Ilrltaln to Recognize the Monroe ienn.j. Mr. h!le Lodgo confined . cl American Ship aard himself to a discussion Doctrine and Uncle Sam to ISulld the of the pro. Innth n . .1... Mor. the ,uc ' posed tax on corporations Klc.intguan Canal aud Allow Kng- and bank deposits, strongly urging that such taxes be landtoUdeltluCuoof War. Mr. d ..asiiixotox, way S03ri,e naVy de- not Imposed;fully Chilton and Mr, Turley pretty tho general features of the ' partment has just Loxdon, May SO. The Washington at 12:30 bill. Their speeches dealt comprehensively , o ciock xms pionday) lowiing the correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, a dis- Tf ith In theories of taxation and were there- - ' patch from Commodore iShley stating fore. the very nature ofhlnss legal and telegraphing Sunday says: "I have technical that the Spanish fleejjs in the action of dissertations upon fhe subject. No I just learned from a high authority in any kind was taken upon the bill. bay of Santiago De CulVnd that ha the state department that important HOUSE The dav in the house was AnvntrA ' chiefly to the consideration of District of Copreliminary steps toward an n has seen and recognized vessels. lumbia alliance have already been While the naval officii have been portancelegislation. Two bills of minor imUow far these negotiations, taken. Absolutely Pure morally certain for sevj days that passed. affecting the volunteer military were if they can yet be called1 Cervera's squadron "Washington, May That feain the that, have proceeded, it is not easy to ture of the war revenue measure placing a tar harbor of Santiago, official one quarter of one per centum upon the ascrtain, for, naturally, strict secrecy announcement from Commodore of gross receipts of corporations was under disis maintained, but my information is ROYAL BAUNQ POWDER CO., HEW TORK. Schley was cussion In the senate throughout Tuesday receiveiajby the that the preliminary suggestions have session. Incidentally the proposed tar on officers on duty at theHpartment been made and that the subject of bank deposits was adverted to. The principal with intense satisfaction Usurance speeches were delivered by Mr. such an alliance is practically before Piatt (rep., is now doubly sure that h Spanish Ct.) and Mr. Lindsay (dem., Ky.) both of . GLADSTONE'S FUNERAL. the two governments in some shape. whom, vigorously attacked the corporation, ' "The recent visits of Sir licet is Dottlod up and thatje cork is Julian tax. The weight of the formers argument Last rjonotbr)wn the Grand Old ."Man by in the bottle. Pauncefotc to the state' department was thrown ajralnst the tax on the. ground tho Highest Nobility nnd All the is not believed that It have not it seems had reference alto Cerrcnt that It was unconstitutional because the tax was will attempt to escape People of London. gether to the Canadian negotiations. the pre- In a not levied alike upon all persons engaged particular lines of business, ne maindicament in which he not ijnds himAccording to my authority the features of the proposed alliance now being self as such a course woul purely re- tained that an occupation tax could be levied, CO. provided that the conditions were Loxnox, May The obsequies oi and sult in the destruction oibs vessels equitable, but that tho business of a fair corporaGladstone took place Saturday. The considered are these: tion could not b taxed, simply because It simple "England is to recognize the Monand the loss of many lrvcs precious to ceremonies were impressive, roe was corporation. Mr. Linddoctrine, to attempt no increase of Spain. The suggestion J made say conducted by aantagonized appropriate to the unostentatious jrlgorousjy prothe however, that the Spaniard Say blow posed Hssue of Segal tender notes, de- grandeur of the statesman, whose her territorial jiosscssions in the western hemisphere, and to indorse the up his ships rather than 1 $1Cm fall claring that it accentuated the existing memory they honored. gold reserve of the treasury and into the hands of Schley, a'&cv cer- menace to thethe dsarest money ever devised. In the center of 'Westminster hall a American construction of that docwas, besides, tainly will if they remain klhe har- Ho held that such n Issue would be a blow plain oak coffin lay upon a severely trine. The United States is to build Nicaragua canal and Great Britain plain dais. Aot a flower or a bit ol theto to the nation's financial credit. He also prebor. is sented an argurrtELt against the proposed cordraping softened its rigid outlines. war. have the use of it in time of Iyixgstox, Jamaica, May poration tax. if enacted United Mates auxiliary criser, for- - law it would maintaining that of lawsuits into Htigc wax candles flickered at each Inbreed a batch is to "The United merly the American line stcsner New stead of providing what the government nee- corner and a brass cross stood at the territory taken StatesSpain have all the from in the presmoney with which to conduct the head. dedready York, arrived here Saturdnyuibrniug A folded pall lay at the foot of the ent war and Great Britain is to proafter having left the Americti'lleet at war operations. tect the United States in the possesHocse The scss.ion of tho house Tuesday coflin. ' noon Friday. was brief. Several bills were passed, notably Shortly after ten o'clock the proces- sion if this should be threatened. The Twelve American war shipsifc now those for the organization of the naval hospital to stand by England United States outside the harbor of Santiagtoi Cuba corps: to facilitate military trials for small of- sion began to form. There w as a long in her policy is China and the in and Adm. Cervera and the Soanish fenses; and to authorize the appointment of a file of Great Britain's foremost men and all the British ports in the east east to and fleet are almost certainly insic.4 But commission of allot certain, lands Utah to secure clad in mourning costume. Indians, the cession others First came the speaker of the house are to be opened to the United States nothing certain is known s?to the In their reservation In from the Utah. under the most favored nation clause. communication which Coiraodoro Washington, May 26 Senate Late Wed- of commons in robes and wig. lie was "The preceded by a mace-bearand fol- treaty main features of an arbitration Schley has had with the shore,oc as to nesday afternoon Jlr. Allison (la.), in charge arc to be incorporated. It has lowed by some 400 members of parliathe number of Spanish fightiS ves- of the war revenue bill in the senate, endeavbeen provided that all matters in disored unan mous that a finnl sels which are bottled up in to har- vote to secure measure be consent on Saturday ment Then came a group of privy pute not involving the Monroe docon the taken councillors, and after these the lords 4 bor of Santiago De Cuba. next before adjournment. Mr. Teller (CoL) trine or the Nicaragua canal, are to objected. Mr. Daniel (Va ). in reiterating Mr. chancellor, preceded by a mace-bearIt is to be presumed that the combe submitted to a has important dispatches for thhiaval Teller's objection, sounded tho first note'of de- and followed by a number of peers and mission. The existing understanding lay against that mcr-vuthat hat. been heard bishops. Immediately in front of the S authorities at NYashington. bearing upon the relations between the debate tegan. lie Key West, Fla., May 2S. Itfcnow since was no emergency which declared that coffin stood the duke of Connaught, the two governments on the great there required tho the duke of Cambridge and the earl of almost certain that Commodore nley Immediate passage of the bill and frapkly anlakes arc to be abrogated and the has the Spanish fleet bottled upfi the nounced that if cert tin rrovUions of. the bill Pembroke, representing the queen. put Into It by the democrat on the finance On either side of the coffin were United States are to be given the use harbor of Santiago De Cuba. Ti&e is committee were not ngreed to of the Welland canal in case of war. so little doubt about this that the val would offer some amenCmenti by the senate he ranged the pallbearers the prince of "The alliance is to be offensive and to the measure Wales, the duke of York, the marquis tU ascampaign isroceeding upon that probably would precipitate debate. lie of Salisbury, the carl of Rosebery, defensive. It proceeds on lines such sumption that Adm. Cervera is ltjipa-bl- e strongly intimated too, that if tho war should as the foregoing. As a matter of of doing any harm. Within (few not to prolonged. It might not bo necessary to Arthur J. Balfour, Sir William Ilar-cour- t, course, all that has been done so far is so such rcicnuo as the pendthe duke of Rutland, the earl purely days the exact conditions at ing tentative, but my informant bill would and a of Kimberley, Lord Rendel and Mr. raise Santiago De Cuba will be to desire await developments that gives the above as the general outline shadow without a of di&it. In all likelihood were c!o:.e at hand before Amistead. Behind the coffin were the suggested." upon bill so to the In spite of assertions to the coiitwy, passing as thisa one. tbat meant on muchgeneral Gladstone family, the sons, young people Speeches the Commodore Schley was not absol;ily features of the pending bill were delivered grandsons, private secretaries, physiCADIZ FLEET. sure of his game when he last corsau-nicate- d Wednesday by Mr. Stewart (pop., Nev.); Mr. cians and servants. There were no Allen (pop.. Neb.), aid Mr. Caffery (dem.. La.), ladies. Last of all came a pathetic According with Rr. Adm. Sampson, ifcd to Iteport It Is In Had Shape to group of old villagers of Ilawarden. llcfore the revenue Mil was taken up Wednesthe commodore will not take acSre day morning to Go Manila or Anywhere Klse for the pension deficiency appropriaWhen all had taken their places the steps to block up the entrance of tion bill was passed. It carried nearly f0,000,-00Some Weeks to Come. duke of Norfolk, the earl marshal of harbor until he is perfectly tr-taEngland, conducted the bishop of LonHouse After the passage of, a bill granting that Adm. Cervera's ships are inNr.w Youk, May 30. A dispatch to certain public lands to tho territory of New don to the coffin, where he offered a side. Mexico, the house c;coted Wednesday's sesbrief prayer. Then the coffin was the World from London says: The thisU-readHowever, he may have done sion to eulogies upon tho late Senator George, raised upon the shoulders of the bearchief officer of a steamer just in from as Commodore Schley's last of Mississippi. night: Washington, May 27. Senate No sub- ers and the procession moved slowly Cadiz said Friday Cadiz forwarded on Thurad, "When we left last Friday the stantial progress was male by the senate from the hall to the abbey. only reached Bear Adm. Sampson I & Thursday towards the disposition of the war Outside a vast throng filled the whole only Spanish warships there were the day. The commodore stayed thr--i revenue measure, although It was under conneighborhood and every roof and win- battle ship l'elayo, the cruiser Empcr-ado- r days at Cienfuegos. lie signaled sideration for three tcrtlrs. Speeches were Carlos V., one torpedo catcher dow was crowded with spectators. bill by Mr. White (dem., CaL) his ships: "I believe the Spanish lie After a short servieo in the church and the converted cruisers Patriota and Mr. Teller (CoL). The lormcr opposed the On this belief is in the harbor. Rapido. The cruisers were at the and strongly advocated the message was sent to the Americav issue of bjnd the silver seigniorage and the remains were conveyed to the and coinage of grave. is in the very center of the arsenal. Gon-,- j admiral. The details of how upon corporations. tho tax In his "Everything bore the appearance of modore Sehlev found out that hj discussion of the last featuro Mr. White north transept It was at the feet of was mistaken are not yet known. A,' drew out the fact that an amendment was to bo the statue of Gladstone's greatest rival, "The Pelayo's boilers, recently put Gorman (dem., offered to the bill any rate, acting on the admirals ini placing a tax of by Mr. of one per cent, Md.), Lord Bzaconsllcld. upon lf in at Toulon, had just been condemnstructions, the commodore then movet certain large corporations. Mr. Teller dwelt GEN. BROOKE'S ARMY. ed by the superintending engineer at east, arriving outside Santiago l)t largely upon the proitosltlon. to levy an Income Cadiz on the ground that they were of tax. He had not concluded his argument when i,uua ieuncsuay morning, aiay 'Jj. the bill was laid aside in order that eulogies Itll lteln; 1'ut in Good Shape IJrlgade insufficient strength. She was, howThe topography of Cienfuegos and lght be pronounced upon the late Senator ever, coaling. and Iteziinental Drills Occur Dally Santiago De Cuba is almost identical. Walthall, of Miss. ' "The Rapido and the Patriota had In All the Camps. Both harbors are about six miles long, Hocse In a lonr session Thursday the not been fitted with guns, and neither s in- passed few bills but tho discussion with narrow entrances about SOOyardj Chattanooga, Tenn., May 30. The had a crew. jfolvcd a wide range of subjects. Altera brush wide and protected by high. land. "There was no belief in the reports various commands composing Gen. vy a paragrapa ii service A whole fleet could lie in the harbor over ci deflciensy orojgai on pension bill, providing for Brooke's army of 45,000 men are rapidIn the that the fleet was going to Manila or of cither place and be invisible from gome temporary clerks in the war department ly being put in good shape and the anywhere else for some weeks at the outside. After his experience at the house considering-- mil to amend the in- work of th whole army Is being thor- least." Cienfuegos, it is probable that Com- ternal revenue laws, listened to lengthy oughly systematized. Brigade and and Mr. modore Schley was very conservative beeches from Mr. Shaforth (CoL) silver nnd regimental drills occur daily in all the Crow (Pa.) upon the free coinage of BRIG. GEN. OTlS. in deciding whether or not he had TTcenoacKs as legal w;nuer respectively, rcau- - camps and the job of making fighting a yea anu nay vcie upon ioc luicruui rev-flcaught Adm. Cervera. From the tone Despite Cdltor and Proprietor of tho Los Angeles bill the house tdjourned. The vote will soldiers goes bravely on. of his dispatches it is evident that the Times Served tVlth Distinction 4 taken Immediately after the house meets statements to the contrary the men commodore soon gained much second- Wdnj. arc fairly well provided for and none In the Civil War. hand and external evidence which IVASHiNGTON.May 8. Sznats A notable are undergoing any great hardships. pointed to Adm. Cervera's presence in iesch on the war rctenue measure was deliv- The great drawback is lack of uniSan Francisco, May SO. Harrison the inner harbor. The evidence ered in the senate Irlday afternoon by Mr. forms, shoes, clothing and equipments, Gray Otis, who has been appointed the was apparently strong enough to (ojman (dem., Md.). aIntac on course of an but this drawback will be all elimibrigadier general of volunteers, is the corporations In make the commodore feel certain the aliment support of tho decision of nated during the next few days as imhblenouaced as ' icfamou-ieditor and proprietor of the Los object of his trip had been accom- tMJsupreme court djclarlnr tho Income tax mense amounts of those supplies are Angeles Times, one of the leading Mr. Teller plished, but in view of his previous ex- IHJ of 1891 as unconstltutlonaL now en route. journals of the Pacific coast. concluded perience, he would not risk a decisive (sljer rep., CoL) advocating his speech Maj. Frank E. Nye, a commissary of He was born in Ohio in 1S37, and Thursday the coln-astatment until after ascertaining the of the selgnliinge, the levying of subsistence of the regular army, arserved on the union side during the fact for himself. Before this dispatch anlacome lax, and the lsuoof legal tender rived Friday night from Tampa, Fla., entire civil war, entering as a private is published it is likely that tCoraino-dor- e nodi, and opposing tho lssuo of bonds. Mr. and Saturday took charge of the com- and rising by successive promotions to (rcp Mian.) presented a carefully preSchley has tent some vessel into Nesonargument ugalt.st missary department in the city. lie that of lieutenant colonel. The final pare the 4ssue cf legal tho entrance of the harbor of Santiago will have charge of the immense promotion was given him at the close In a speech of two hours, Mr. De Cuba, or has obtained from a reliji Mo.) discussed the financial amount of rations now arriving. Fifty-fiv- e of hostilities upon unsolicited recomcontention between the democratic and able source ashore information as to cars of provisions arrived Friday mendation of 5Iaj. Gen. R. B. Hayes, the exact number and the names of reptillcan partle. .Fie urgedthethat the bill as and 50 more are scheduled for Satur- subsequently President Hayes. Durfinance com-mlrcpned by the majority of the Spanish war ships sheltered by the CoL Kingslcj', paymaster for ing his 49 months of service in the day. ought to be emlctod Into law. hills about that place. Contrary to the H'Bse The house was Friday afternoon Pennsylvania, faaturday paid the men war, Gen. Otis look part in 15 engagegenerally expressed opinion, the harmore than an hour while a roll call from the Keystone state the amounts ments, received two wounds in battle was bor of Santiago De Cuba is poorly wo3tn;en, and tho sergeant-at-arm- s being mus- and was promoted seven times. In bringing in absent members to make due them for service before protected. aqurum, the abscno of which was disclosed tered into the government service. Itlauco's Dell to Gen. Mile. by tlwroll calL Tho mspenston wa caused The total amount was over 570,000. The Cruiser Columbia Inn Collision. 'Key West, Fix, May 30. Charles bv ajrrangle growlag out of Mr. Tongue's Tho Chattanooga, Rome & Southern SO. New Youk, May The United (Ore attempt to deliver a general pension Thrall and Hayden Jones, the corressettleStates cruiser Columbia reports at 7:33 speea hen the house was considering a pri- railway has made a p.'m. Saturday, off Fire Island, during vate tension measure. Mr. Dalzell (Pa ) In ment, with the First Missouri for dam- pondents captured by the Spaniards, brought thick fog, she was run into by steamer the car. Mr. Klchaidson (dem., Tenn.) made ages sustained in the wreck Inst Sat- were Woodbury here by the auxiliary Saturday, having been speech of ship the pint of tbat Foscolia (British), hence for Bordeaux, Mr. Tsguc was orderGermane the the pending urday. The money will be used to to the regiment with horses and exchanged for Col. Cortijo and three grain Jadcn. The Foscolia struck the bllL ik Cannonnot (rej).. Ill ) took issue w'.lu lost articles in connection with their others. They speak well of the treatColumbia on starboard quarter just the The speaker member. ment received at Cabanas and say that Mr. Cannon baggage. support of order and forward of the after barbette, cutting Blaneo js still boastful and apparentUpon the motion the No great amount of "drilling and maclean into the hull, making a holo Mr. RlJmrdson decision. the appeal 87 voted of in to table to meet the Americans. Saturabout ten feet, filling a compartment the affrmattvo and 11 In tie negative. Mr. neuvering was done Saturday. inspec- ly anxious Miles I have men. guns and "Tell Gen. day was set aside as a' day of with water. The Foscolia sunk almost Cannormadc the point of no quorum and a galore and the courage to immediately, but the Columbia suc- call of the house followed. Tho appeal was tion in all the regiments, and the work ammunition pretty a fight as he can crew and then laupon the table. yeaiS, 139; nays, 9; and of cleaning up and putting things in give him as ceeded in rescuing all of her consideatlon of private bills proceeded. shape about the camps required most ask," was Blanco's message. S. I, T- Tho Cincinnati Southern KUtwa Shops at Ludlow Damaged to the Amount uf 610,090. :G !ifrfrfifc.vfcs 4 4 & iW 4 S - cot-ere- reed i POWDER anglo-America- - ate tie Ludlow, Ky., May 30. TheCincin-na-ti Southern railway shops were the scene Sunday morning of a disastrous fire, resulting in a loss of 1510,003, fully covered by insurance, ani the complete destruction of what is known as the saw shops, where woiden material is turned out, with engines and machinery specially adapted to that work. This was the fourth destructive fire to visit the shops within the past 12 years. The first occurred 12 years ago in the gas manufacturing house. The loss at this fire amounted to S'20,000 and the lives of three men. The second and third fires consumed the entire plant of the company. Shei.byvii.lk, Ky., M:n- - 30. James Cassell, a paper hanger of Louisville, wns accidentally shot and killed here Saturday night by Hart Pickett in saloon. Cassell had Arridentally Kilted. NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. Mc-Grat-h's Biggersta & IS s" A. fii .The rived here and was in a convivial mood. Pickett was his best friend and because he refused to crink Cascll threatened to shoot him. as both were fast friends Pickets pulled his pUtol when Cissell had drawn his and both playfully crossed their weapons. Pickett's pistol accidentally discharged aud Cassell fell a corpse. The coroner'-- , jtirv exonerated Pickett and found a verdict of accidental death. Pickett belongs to one of the best familit-- s in the county, and is nearly crazed over the affair. Lexington, Ky., May 30. The Third Kentucky regiment was completed Saturday morning, and Muslcring Officer Ballance has wired the war department for instructions regarding the disposition of it. Col. Smith and Chap-Iai- n Thomas were the last men sworn in. Col. Colson is working hard on the Fourth Kentucky and the First, under Col. Castleman, will lc mustered in by Tuesday. The two cavalry troops were mustered Saturday. Desha Breckinridge, son of Col. Billy Rreekinridge, who has bjen made Judge advocate of the First regiment volunteers, will le attached to the staff of his uncle, Maj. Gen. Joseph Breckint idge. Quiet Sunday at Camp CoUler. Camp Collier, Lexixoton, Ky., May 50. This camp was not the scene of activity which marked it last Sunday when the 2d regiment was here. The 5rd regiment boys rested Sunday, for the greater portion of the visitors went to Camp Bradley and did not disturb the quiet of this camp. However, scores of the boys received callers and were the recipient, of baskets of good things sent them from home or friends in the city. Monday Gov. Hradley will be here to present the alHcens their commissions. The Third Gets Order. Lexinoton, Ky., May 30. Maj. Ballance received orders Sunday to move the Third or Western Kentucky regiment at once. Chickamauga being its destination. The regimen; will leave Wednesday afternoon. The First will not be mustered in till the latter part of the week. Gov. Bradluy presented commissions to officers of the Third Sunday afternoon. The governor and others addressed the officers. Senator Stuart's Coinpiny. PKESTONnuRO, Ky., May .50. A. II. Stuart and sen Bird arrived here from Richmond, Ky., to raise a company of cavalry volunteers from this county. A recruiting office was opened in Senator Dinguss office or just ar- Oldhaei Wish to notify their friends and patrons that they have moved to the MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, Third Krntuc-- Now Krarty. m rr r recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite every one to call and inspect their newest and latest importations in everything in the Furniture Line 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 7.5c to $3.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradley Martin ball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From 60s to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $1.75 to S1S.00. We are too busy to Rive a fall list of r hwmenoe stock, but assure you that anything you may eel you can find at our new quarters. " er & er laj-var- non-partis- an re I? I? -- t kvn j pro-vid- -- i&i-tia- go in 0. ere I y, ii' sjJiil TS. pn)3 ST. 3, DAY TELEPHONE It NIGHT TELEPHONE one-ha- Wlien in the City Make Tour Headquarters With ou-e- a ij ue and nine names were presented. Senator Stuart expects to get. 100 men from here among his old acquaintances, of which he will bo. captain. Soldier Shot by a Colored Lady. Lexington, Ky., May 0. Friday night about 12 o'clock Harry H. Locke, private in the 1st regimen's, was shot in the abdomen by a Negro woman, Rose Green, at her house. At first Locke's wound was pronounced fatal, but Saturday morning it 'vas found the bullet only cut the flesa and did not enter the cavitv. THE MARKETS. LIVE Select butchers CALVES-F- alr to good light.. IllXis Common Mixed packers Llsrht shippers SHEEP Choice LAMHS Spring FLOUR Winter family GKAIN Wheat No 2 red on.1 I 25 BIGG ERSTAFF i Y& OLDHAM & W m te te te te 404aoco a ANDY CATIURTIC CUREtOHSTIMriQH Cmcixx iTi. May 30. 3 4 6 3 3 3 J 5 3 50 25 00 4 10 S3 05 BO ltm 3 4 3 40 (is 3 UU 6 6 4 60 fo 7 23 0 in tt b io 4 50 i . TO it 73 13 Cock-rell(feeques-tloij- fr PROVISIONS Mess pork Lard Prime Btcam.... dairy Prime to choice creamery... 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FLOUR Winter patent Wheat No. 2 red GRAIN .- Corn Mixed Oats Mixed WINCHESTER Corn 1 HK1C I M 38 Mixed..... 36 I I 1U W 36H 36K 2IH eon 4 70 4 60 1 13 MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN ..... . landed them at St. George, )0 next door to postoffice. D" FRED SMITH. the Jfoir nhat a. great many men and toomer. ire looking for; Ixlp against approaching baldness; help against 'whUening locks; help to restore the lost gloss to the hair; help against fading tresses; help forVx Is wife of CoL A. L. Conger has sued Sheriff Williams and the Peoples' savings bank for damages because of the Conger family's ejectment from their magnificent home and because the chattels In it were sold to satisfy the claims of creditors. 30,-000 Sued the feber S. Akeo.v, O., May 30. The DENTIST. over Collins Grocery, samn office lately occupied by Dr. W. V. Burgin. janl2-l- y HON. C. T. CALDWELL, of Parkersburg, V. VaM Eecom- - Madrid, May SO. The Epoca, in an Inspired article says: "Should tho Yankees cut the Cuban and Porto scalp attached by dandruffs AYEtCS Kican cables, we will cut all tho cables HAIR VIGOR off ers just such help. H uniting the United States with the restores gray or faded hair to its original rest of the world." color, gives it length, thickness and gloss, and removes dandruff. "Mv hair was rough and broken and began .. tOtail OUT. lUSaiBUluiiiuuguyu....... and HAIR VIGOR both checked the fallinff out splenand In rendered my hair smooth, glossy dressings." did condition. It is the finest o Miss. Mas. F. L. SMITH, Silver Creek, i'Some years a go my hair began to fall out ana I became quite bald. Byadvico A Terrible Threat. mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pakkeesbueq, W. Va., A Narrow E.scapp. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada E.Hart,oGroton,S.D., ""Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my January 26, The Waioirr Med. Co., ColnmbuH, Ohio. 1995. Gentlemen: I have been usinR Wright's Celery Capsnles since and find them to be as recommended. I first beian taking them while at Hot Springs. Atk, under treatment for Sciatic Rheumatum. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufferer. I found the Celery Capsules gave me great relief irom the beginning and have used them ever since. With pleasure, and unsolicited, I recommend them to any and all suffering with like afflictions or either of them. Very truly yours. .Novem-ber,"i6- ChaklhsT Caldwbll. Sold by T. S Hagan," Druggist. Price e 50c ents and $1.00 per box. Call at 6 and get free sample. dreg-storI m i i lungs, cough set in and finally termiFour Doctors nated in Consumption. gave me up saying I 'could live but a I tried short time, I gave myself up to my Savior,' determirted if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet My husband my absent ones above. was advised to get Dr. King's New Dis covcry for Consumption, Coughs, Colds. I gaveitatrial, took in all, eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God X am saved and'now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottes free at"" Perry and 50c Thomas Dreg Store. Regular-ei2- el and very soon jar hlr and$UX guaranteed or price refunded. ceased to fall out and a new jffair ' . --"i Vigor ' and vigorous growth ade BOwabSiidaatawMgWr." ww-- Vi-- -' -- ! THOS.DUNM . gjnufcyHfiJ .VS 'fa SC- - - ' fcariofriv J r" fiH r.hlat KtfU wni- ii4 -rcfrn'ffapfP? j. T - jGOTKur - ls " . is'the only Uai i goal , - js ' . -- mr I" -- - - - :; WasiJxoton, ORDERS ISSUED. the senite convened at 11 o'clock FriScott, of the Union iron works, has day moving, Mr. Carter reported from Troops 'to Be Put Aboard Transports at gone to St, Petersburg to consult with the'mlllary affairs committee a bill the czar's government regarding the III Convoy the Once AVar Ships providlSr for a second assistant secrebuilding of Russian war ships in this Hxpedltfon. tary of war to be named by the presi-decity. On Tuesday last he received a aiq to receive a salary of 84,000. New York, May SO. A special dis- message from St Petersburg congratThe billwas passed. ulating him on the performance of the patch to the Tribune from WashingXiSible Lexington Betrothal. ton says: Orders have at last gono Oregon and asking him to go to that LkxjsiTok, Ky., May 28. Tho forward to Maj. Gen. Shatter, at city. announced of Dcsh Breck- Tampa, to embark the greater portion Corea Opens Three Ports. inridge, n of Co!. W. C P. Breckin- of his corps, including all the regulars Yokohama. May SO. The Corean ridge, am Miss Madge McDowell, a and a few of the most efficient volun- 'government has decided toopcn three great grsyddaugtlter of Henry Clay. teer rerriments on board the transport's more ports and also to make Pink Yan The wedttng takes place this summer. gathered at that place, and the aggres- an open market. sive military movement which has Sampson' Fleet Is A'ert. been so frequently predicted and as Key W,est, Fla., May 30. The greatTlisSnre kwllrippe Cure. or another, often delayed for one cause est vigilance is being exercised to be an accomplished "fact before guard against the possibility of the Tbereissoiise sufiering from this will end of this w'cek. Spanish fleet getting into Havana. dreadful rrfllady if you vrHI only get the the The strongest units of Adm. Sampremet'- - You. are having pains son's reorganized sqnadron will con- Adm. Sampson is operating just as right was no likelihood of the though all thrcughR'our body, your'Hvert3 out voy the expedition ami coyer its landp Spanish there being bottled up atSan-tiag- o fleot of order, litre no appetite, no life or ing at a point now definitely desigde Cuba. ambition, hive a bad cold, in fact are nated. Gen. Miles Leaves Waihln;toa. NeirCoinptnyiit lUrbuurvIUe. completely scd up. Electric Bitters BABDOunvii.i.K, Ky., (May 30. A new New Yoke, May 30. A Washington are tbonlyfemedy that, will give you company of volunteers has been organ- dispatch to the Herald says: "It was prorapt'aud Sure rlilief. i They act di- - ized in this place by Mr, Sydnen reported early Monday morning that retly on yoniXiivei:, Stoniaehjand Kid Ames, being composed of 85 qf the b;sto Gen. Miles will leave during the day men in Knoa: for the south to direct the movement d neys, tone ui youir wuapsysteiu uu 'and most . ?n.T.-m"l a new nit.... connty. Their leader. Mr. Ames, t of rthe trooops to Cuba." ueiuij. Aiiuy makes vou ftel UK'S man of considerable promise are guarantee tolfcurer price refund young well acquainted with military ' Corea Opens Three; Ports. and is Corean ed- - Fo sail at jferryj and Thomas he " iYoroiiama. Itfay tactics. ' j i 1 Drug Store, oily 5Cc'perlbottleT government has decided pb open three Ealie"fTwo Compnles.jj Dr Stewwt Will li v Pink Yan : i Pkbstoxsbubo, Ky., May 30. Dr., AJ more ports and also to make sr ' is , . iivnrrlpn of thlt an open :ket. om.tv Tlin'fhlnfiP sniike their own hands tt established a.rAl !rrv sMiallafit .flowor Iraown te "the IteHtejfef-.thosthey state.penitentiary, Saturday insteadof t e cralting o'ffice here botanUt fa said to be thaUof tKe S&nd.lA He ha a commissi oa freaiWov n 'ftiz. - ii 4k .owy." . v, a ii eavKirwi .i'i...- - ' . r. ZZT. T-- T " r- osi m ntwuraiH ,W,oe i .fui6 AiifLt . Dr. r j- - iht vll:r!I.iA In di&matar. (.,- - -."" :s ;SiJB,'3H9Wr""T.'i-l- F .. ' a.' Jf aJWUMMW' - -- f Mam - in rnn aiir rTT rut iL:.,:?- luiiniiinnmnin ' tittt AN nt able-bodie- Sccd Assistant of the time of the men. Secretary of War. 2S. Soon after May To Build Russian War Ships. San Francisco, May 30. Irving M. ' 31 GRKNITEKINDS ALL AJSTD mch21-l- y ) 7UIONU7VYeNTS, 31H OF CEMETERY WORE. For further particulars, prices, ifo?., address, t C 400 1 10 33 .32K COURT. J. A. Ramsey Auctioneer, reports only about 73 cattle on tho market. One lot 800 pound steers brought ?35; 750 pound steers 4 cents; 5,'fl heifers 1S.60; 500 pound heifers ?18.0; much cows $25 to $35; one 650 pound hull $30. All offerings sold. Carried 300 Miles in Private Rooms. Passengers from Cincinnati to Chica- Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. QTTEE1T & CEESCENT EOUTS. to New jjjd- - Hoars Cincinnati Orleans and Jacksonville -- 109 MILES SHORTEST. FINEST 4 :- is-t- experience that pleasure surrounded travel. by the comforts of ConipartuHmt SleepThe new Pullman ing Cfirs offer opportunity; for this novel and delightful! experience. Special inhumation fnrnisha'3 on apP. plication to Geo, E. Rockwell!A-Q- . j Agt, Cincinnati. go over Pennsylvania Short .Line may and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Koute Caiches. Get your tickets via the yueen x RINEARSON, Genl Pass'r Agt, Cincinnati, 0. W. C. t; Throucrh Pullman Service is unequalled, SOUTH VESTIBI3LED TRAIN'S IN THE dfe' Parlor sa-T- Estray Notice s.1,5 Tl ! ,Fron) Rowell ) liewpaper birectori. i l.'i...i e mtr, - -- "- w rry." " .Hf v Wtitw6oii8ielbr ri! pu .fl?.,,, owwi.-4 rBi? "" yet L -- . " J -, w, Monday, Oh .L.liamiul-iin- May2, a. Wood red a w. trill weira Rbcbt7WHw., A SS Xm Ked Liek, cor to 4y farm Mtd Bay- "The Richmond, Ky., Civuus, weekly, is credited .wSfc the lrjcSt! cirulatioa accorded to any paper iiUiichMeaH r m J4atBa county or tnj Th mkmmamc in KmU4b eoui.: theEightk CoBgreeeional District. L,k;k KhK ,- 2SJW ,r PVWV1'' . mmmmVm--"T ,IA44W)a t -- "1 W Tl 1 1 ijhSdrW 1 r 5U5 k Arct. Lpwiueoatmii- I'rcsitkai - s.kt &n tiv tt Gaost - - IF - . "- - Tr"-i iliJi.. 3C5Lt,- - . J i" v . -, zsmjrgi - v- - 1 1 "3 v r S5 c ' M s . er a series of three games to be played in any town in Kentucky on any dajr this week except Saturday. Total gate receipts to go to winning team. G. K. Speed, Captain, R.KAiams, Manager, Richmond, Ky., May SO, 1893. game of base ball or )fi '4sr; ; - The Richmond Climax. PUBLISHED tVEKV WKIlNKHnAV MT The Climax Printing kMuTET' C -- Go. E. WOODS, Associate Editor. Proper s4 BHton. TEAR, $1.50. 1, 1F98. PRICE PER WEDNESDAY, JUNE K). m; if i ijf H- . - i frfcl I Wi I? i1 F'rI rxa S . It ? Is ir us for Baby Coaches and Fancy Carriage Covers, See fr Gif.Bfower&Co i) Kr. .- It will Friday afternoon came a ball game bo Sharpen Your Appetite, er tween Richmond and Paris, which won after an exciting finish by Purify and the score 11 to 10 in the presence of five Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That "It is my impression that Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of hundred people. McCreary will be tlie nominee lie Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to DECLAMATIONS. is very ranjruine. He desires n primary to can your attention to take It TODAY, and realize the great We wisn ma.rf a wonderfully strong combination. convention election. The ilistrict Friday evening the boys' and gills' good It Is sure to do you. ar.d Gentlemen. .Nothing is so generally apprcfia- ourSHOES for both Ladies' meets at Lawrenceburg, June 1, to deDeclamatory contests were held in the tecas a really good shoe sold CHEAP. shall be a primary termine whether it college chapel. Considering the numIn any event we are or convention MrFs Fine-Satiber of young enthusiasts present the Ii America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. Lined Calf Shoes, lace and consrrcss, new goods, guar confident that McCreary will win." order was very good. The girls epoko .; anteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our Hon. J. A. Sullivan in Cincinnati Enin the following order: AgnesiTalhott, tho results of the games played our 'price $ 1 ."jO quirer. Cynthiana; Edna Jordan, Somerset; readers will perceive that Centre and Lr lies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid an'd cloth tops, heel or 4 Josie Bush, Winchester; Minnie Quin-to- O. U. aro tied for the championship, $ 1 .10 x spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price Election Commissioner Poyntzsays: Harrodsburg; Pearl Friedman, with every indication that the latter "It ia the determination of Judo Pry-"b- r, Paris ; Mary Coyle, Richmond ; Grace has tho superior team. This last stateHave also just received from New York a full line of Laces, Mad Mr. Ellis and myself to appoint none Deering, Nicholasvillo. The boys spoke ment is borne out by the fact that CenC)ths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hosery and the like. Will but thoroughly reliable men upon the as follows: T. J. Bates, Richmond; tral University has played five more q ote you some prices on lace wnicn win surery interest you : county boards and to she to the peoHoward Winston, Cynthiana; Willis games this year than her rival, and lost ple a fair election. We shall certainly McMurtry, Nicholasvillo ; James Neale, but one of these, that to the Lex. Ath 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. do all within our power to produce that Winchester; John Litsey, Harrodsbuig; Club 7 to 6. But she retrieved her loss, who prefer 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. result, and it is only those j.'v'S. Cr Perry Shy,"Paris. suffered by reason of the illness of her otherwise that are disturbed over the 12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. The judges of the first contest were Captain, Speed, by beating the same new election law." Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. Miss Lusk, Hustonville; Mrs. Be3t, team in a return game last Saturday, 8 white paper on which The Echo Millersburg; Prof. Sanderson. Rich- to 2. She won all three games from The With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. is printed has increased in price 25 mond. In the second contest the same the strong Knoxvil'.o team J Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase a larger picture framed per cent, in the past two months. ladies acted together with Prof. LivCentre has not shown her ability eady to hang up. London Echo. ingston, Somerset. The judges decided thus against any team outsido the colTrur, alas, too true. But the Echo ($25:00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant pier With a T"vent3-fiv- e without difficulty that Miss Mary Coyle, lege league, whilst in it her work has is too much of a partisan to tell the of Richmond, and John Litsoy, of Har- been vastly inferior to C. U's, as this Yours Respt., "urniture or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and see us. M reason, which is because a Republican rodsburg were tho winners. summary will show. Jobber tariff bill passed since McKin-loy'- s Prof. Clark then announced the winC. U.'s Recokd inauguration, put a practically ner of the musical contests held the evenC. U. 10 vs State Col. 4 makes prohibitive duty on paper and ing before and presented the prizes C. C. 11 " y Centre O possible. Months ag wtf told of trusts as above announced. Ho thou an " C. U. 13 K. U. O the formation of a monster paper trust nounced tho winners of tho contests " C. U. 0 JLK U. O ami prophesied the outcome. The held at the school building on Friday 3 " C. U. 9 G. C. O gets nothing by the measgovernment morning. The following aro the lucky C. U. 9' " Ky. State C. O McKee Richmond, J37Zi ure. The trusts gets the 25 per cent ones: a " C. U. 4 Centre 7 increase of which Bro. Dyche com- Detachment consists of Oral spelling. Mary Scott, Richmond ; A SPEAKING LIKENESS. plains Written Spelling, Ellen McFathridgo, Ohio, 152d Indiana, Third " Total 65 Opponents 11 Harrodsburg; Rapid Calculation, McEvnntsinco this Congressional Dis- Penna., and Forfeited to C. U. 9 to 0. Illinois. Creary Simmons, Richmond; Higher trict was formed primary elections i .Centisk's Recoeu Arithmetic, Alabama Botkins, "Wison fas the reception last night by Simon Snihae boon ordered when ever there was Brigadier-Genera- l vsK. U. 3 nchester; Higher Algebra, Mary Hollar, C. U. 15 Mis Bessie ;nears, in honor of Miss more than one candidate, as was the der in command. " G. C. 9 Winchester; Geometry. Frankie Marsh, C. 12 Dun an, of Nicholasville The Turlev case two years ago when Thompson ' r C. U. 4 hoir-,Paris; Latin Translation, Edna Jordan, C. C. 7 where hospitality and good Washington. Santiago is " ran for Congress. " 7 Somerset; Mental Arithmetic, Ella C. C. 1G C. chedalways reign supreme, was never In every county in this congressional sole objective point of invad" Grigeby, Winchester; English Compo- C. C. 9 S. C. O, so bautiful, though often it has worn district Democratic nominees for coun" sition, tie between Winchester and Har C. C O C. U. 11 gals fattire for guests innumerable. Deming army now departing from ty officers have been selected by rodsburg, Maymo Perry and Mary MisjSpears is no longer a school girl, county primaries for many Tampa. ocratic ". Secretary Long said 34 Opponent's Pennmanship, forsfie was graduated last week, overEllen Sprague. Total 6S year. Democrats generally believe Forfeited Paris ; Drawing, Mayme Perry, Winches Misses Carolyn Reid and Patsy whelmed with testimonials of esteem that there frhotild be a primary election he had no doubt that Spanish feSk. f Thus in seven games, each has lost Prewitt, two very attractive Mt. Ster- frco her friends and admirers. ter; English Grammar, Alma Rice, candicalled this ear to select their fleet would be captured or only one. True one more game has ling girls, are the guests of Mrs. D. M. Ha pretty guest was enabled to meet Richmond. dates for . Congress. The district is been forfeited to C. U., but we have Chenault. thae friends and to obtain an estimate HOP TO THE VISITORS. in very short time. very close, and even- Democrat should Not for war, but to ioin our armv of great satisfaction in knowing that we Blue Grass Tournament Filth Annual elecMr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson, of ofuie nigh place which Miss Spears have an oppertunity in a primary After the declamations a hop was customers. We are now offering- many-greaCapture of Santiago has been have beaten two of these colleges once Meet. given the visitors and to the music of Junction City, spent a few days with h lus iu the hearts of Richmond peo-p- a tion to select the candidate of his bargains in Corsets, Black and Miss Duncan, too, added many Last week Richmond opened her Owen Walker's band they danced un- each whilst Centre has two forfeited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. purchoice. The Congressional district undertaken for two-fol- d Colored Dress Goods. games from Georgetown, a college hands to her list who will rightfully Richardson. committee meets at ljiwrence. pose, the destruction of Cer-ver- a hospitable doors to a stream of visitors til the wee small hours. that she has not yet met and one of the pri wun ner ntier commencement. candifrom our neighboring cities, who had burg. We know that Madison's Mr. S. S. Gunlack, a former FIELD DAT. two that could and and establishment of come to witness and take part in the Saturday morning a field day was only University! Soscore agiinst Cendate will abitte by anything they orstudent and atnleto of C. U., is tral Centre has no Fifth Annual der, but we believe a primary election Cuban Government there. Tournament. Meeting of the Blue Grass held on the college campus. The fol advantage there. To judge the relative Adjutant of the First Battalion of Misis the fairest and best plan. lowing were the winners: strength of the teams, compare the to- souri Volunteers. x. Gen. Miles will hurry after At the Midland The tournament met last vear at Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shipp, after a de- Ibtel, Kansas City. Missouri, Wednes- 100 yards run, Win. Rion, Paris; 60 tals: C U.'s college rivals have made "While Cevera is being "bottled up" Harrodsburg with Prof. Bell, who was yards, Stanlew Dow, Paris; 200 vards, only as many scores as her- lightful visit to Mrs. W. D. Oldham, at Santiago and Centre College base expedition tomorrov on Cruis- the founder of the movement. y morning, May IS, 189S, the Rev. Our line of Wash Goods is complete ami John Litsey, Harrodsburg; Running self, whilst Centre's made exactly 34 to have returned to their home on Chamball team isjafraid to play C. U. at home er Bancroft, which is now held r. w. uenry watts, ot calvary At first it was only a declamatory High Jump, at most attractive prices. bers Avenue. Georgetown. Rion, Paris; Running GS or or over here, don't forget that the honlurch, Columbia, officiating, Hamilcontest but now has been extended to Broad Jump, Rion, Paris; Standing Where, then, has Centre College any Miss Georgia MacMillan returned est people of Ohio Democrats and Re- for him at Tampa. n Bowman Kollins, sou of the late every branch of school work and athKey "West. The Florida letics, and has become of great good Broad Jump, Rion, Paris; Putting Shot, earthly right to claim the champion- form .Lexington yesterday accompanied Captain James Ii. Rollins, of Columbia, publicans, have got Manila bottled up T11 John Houchins, Harrodsburg; Throw- ship? Because one more game was for- by Misses Brown and Ovorhall, of Ohio, Ilisfciouri, and Miss Mary Marshall on the charge of bribery. If he shall importance to the schools which ing She success- and in Base Ball, Wm. Goddard, Harrods- feited to us? Certainly not on that and Nicholas, of Pittsburg, be convicted and evicted the Senate has returned. 01 tuo late John Joion, daughter are it and is eagerly looked forward burg. flimsy excuse, when she nor K. U. v ill take a long step forward in the fully landed 500 Cubans at a to each year. Hon JamesCooney.arelative of Mrs. .in J Carson, of Lincoln, Nebraska. Last year Prof. Hough Base ball game between Richmond could 6core against us! It is Centre's J. W. Herndon, of this county, waning esteem of the American people invited the Tournament to meet with his been Columbia, Mo. Herald. and Harrodsburg was given up to the old way, which is sayiug sufficient. of all parties. To be more explicit we point which the government him, and although his place renominated by the Democrats of the is now latter after playing seven iiinincs. So when 3'ou visit the City don't fail to Her cowardice and her inordinate jsvenm Missouri JUistnct to Stafford Jones, aged 80 3 ears, late quote from thf daily papers that "The coneeals for the present. A filled by another, he could have l succeeul made Richmond 3, Harrodsburg 14. love of ly Court House Janitor, a Mexican booty is here demon- himself in congress. report from the Ohio legislative com3our name on our roster to fight high pru-- . it no more a success than did tho presIn the afternoon the bicycle races strated: After our defeat at Danville, Veteran, died yesterday late. mittee apjwinted to investigate the al- big bod3T of Cubans met land- ent pripcipal, Prof. Clark. and cheap material. Remember t Mrs. McDowell, of Richmond, Ken were held at the Fair grounds In the which Danville citizens and some of leged bribery in connection with the ing party but no Spaniards. in every purchase, large or small. Richmond hns never been surpassed mile race, tucky, arrived yesterday morning t stauding start, Charlie Bald- the players thomselves admitted was election of Hanna to the United States VALLEY VIEW. New York. Dispatch for hospitality and good cheer, and win, of Harrodsburg won with ease. unfairly accomplished, and, too, our visit her dauehter, Mrs. Frank M. Hani Senate was this afternoon laid before when our visitors began to come in the ger. bho was accompanied by he that bodv by Vice President Hobart. printed here says three of town was theirs and the latchstring In the mile, flying start, Baldwin won Captain was too ill to play, our Mana- charming daughter, Miss Rev. O. J. Young was in NicholasRelle. Staui again. The half mile was won by ger, Mr. R. E. Adams, positively arThe report is voluminour one, and is in was on the ville last week. Cervera's ships tried to es- Richmond all outside. The people of Wallace Reese, of Winchester, who ranged for a decisive game between the ton, Va., News. trpew i itten copy. It came by express. did their best to give the rode Geo. M. Lyons is building a resiJellle Morgan, of Whites Statio without competition, paced by two colleges to be played on Saturday On motion of Teller, the report was re- cape from Santiago, but sight- gueste such a pleasant time that they Elliott Smith. last at either Versailles or Nicholas-vill- was skylarking over at Lexington la dence on Main street. ferred to the committee on privileges squadron scooted would always remember the year when The mile foot race was an eye oppner. With this clear understanding week, presumably to see the Kentucl Robert Mahan and wife of Troy visitand elections of which Chandler is ing the Tournament met here. Numbers Little Conway Cook, of Richmond, who we returned home confident, then as soldiers, but it is tho opinion that J ed friends here last week. chairman, llauna was not not iu the to cover again. of patrons of the school sent their priwas not entered, went in and ran just now, that we could defeat Centre with-ou- r has a sweet heart over thero. 1 chamber when it was received." C. C. Northcutt of Mt. Sterling is Dispatch from Mole St. vate carriages to convey the visiting for fun. It was not so funny for the full team on neutral ground. Ad- Morgan name is a power in Lexingt isiting the family of Dr. Elmer North-cutpupilt, and teachers to the houses as Nicholas says American fleet signed to them while a "free bus" in older boys in tho race for the little U- - ams was to receive word the Monday Rev. Dr. Geo. W.Young has return yoar-ol- d boy took the lead and held it following from Manager Sulserj arrang- from the Baltimore M. E. Confereri Dr. forms a complete chain across the form of a large wagonett ran to all the way, finishing first amid tre- ing the details of the final game. Mr. aiier a turee weeKs aosence. lis day Elmer Northcutt returned MontA -srrr ? from a business trip iu Menifee and from school building to campus or ! Windward Passage, and mendous cheers. As he was not en- Adams impatiently awaited, but no let- daughter, Miss Francis accompaid county. is where ever there was any attraction. tered the race went to Baldwin, of ter came. Adams wrote two letters nun anu spent a lew days eacn m Well ... 1.. ui . Miss Maud Inice Uttinger of Jessaimpossible for Spanish fleet Dr. Blanton kindly offered the use of Harrodsburg, who was next, but Prof. and telephoned to Danville, but to ington City. Catlettsburg, Ashland iu Main and Broadway. the college and athletic grounds and a MANAGER. mine county visited friends at Baldwin Clark says he is going to get a medal avail, except that Sulser agreed to tele- Huntington, W. Va. to escape. base ball game was arranged between last week. for the small boy and next year w ill phone Adams at 10 o'clock last Friday. Mrs. T. J. Smith entertained her the University team ana the Lexington Kennedy, Jackson Stapp and wife of Mt. LebAdams was on hand at the telephone friends Friday after noon from fo him for a winner. Best $2.00 and $2.50 Athletics for the entertainmont of the train anon visited the family of Schuyler Cincinnati Post. This closed the Tournament and in a office here, and remained from 9:30 six in honor of Mrs. T. J. Smith visitors. Tho guests ponred in on JETouse in Louisville. Taylor last week. iiennett. Xiieauaiilvns Thursday, and thronged the Caldwell few hours all the guests were gone but until noon, and still no Sulser! Dis- nee anss t gusted at his silence our people urged distingue, unsurpassed in brillianl by Misses Spicie Haden and Alice Bald-vi- n SORRY SSE'S MT A High School buildiner. and were as never, we trust, will they forget their ' returned Friday from Midway visit to Richmond when the Blue Grasti Adams to go in person to Daniville, any social event of tho year, am perMid-MMerchandOf our signed to their homes. Some of the . which he did on Saturday, and there fectly delightful throughout. where they attended school. I delegations were very large, that from Tournament met here in 1S93. Your map will ising-. mch2 - 6m in the presence of Mr. John R. Gibson, Says the Winchester Democrat: Miss Mamie Ashcraft and Nannie Mr. John McWilliams, formely a Winchester show that Lexington is the This Talented Kentucky Girl dred, whilenumbering almost a hunmany respects this was the most of this city, Suleer explained thus: "In resident of Madison now of CI e ton Turner of Irvine, spent Sunday with Paris and Harrodsburg Would Carry a Husket. 'Danville's state league games begin couuty, Mo , came-t- see his sickoth-er- , the family of W. L. Lankford. niitural trade center of the each tent a large number. Cynthiana successful meeting yet held. The en- Mr. O. C. McWilliams, of vjiites and somerset sent smaller delegation. thusiansm was great and the interest so soon, and as some of our players Thomas Lowory was thrown from a Blue Grass Section, and 2 A LETTER TO HER MOTHER. l will be in that league they will not But Richmond entertained the 2o0 visi- manifested was highly pleasant to those oiauon, last wees, we aro glad an horse Friday and received internal inOur Store is the that a. P who have tho interest of the public have time to- play" (and yet Centre nounce that Mr. McWilliams haisgreat- - juries from which he may not recover. P o tors and yet there was room. is to play Ky University next Saturpoint for Buyers Chattanooga, Tenn., May 21, '98 schools at heart. a ly improved and is now out of anger. Mr. W. F. Ferrell of Richmond, was o e cj. BASE BALL. Mrs. Those of our people who attended day!) Continuing Mr. Vichy water of Furniture, Capets, "Wall Es .uev. cumunu ju. uurnam oif down Sunday. He is haukering after Thursday afternoon the C. U.'s deSolzer said was distasteful to Centre Richmond, Ky. terms of 1 o Paper and Draperies is Deakest Mamma: This time I feated the Lexington Athletic Club for speak in tho highest treatment the hos- to play atit Lexington, Versailles or ginia, will spend this month i a position as salemam with E. B. pitality and kind of the to . 6 o Ol p S what we tell you now. certainly will tell you about oui trip the entertainment of the schools and Richmond folks. The hearts and Nicholasville, and thinking to bluff mond. He will preach in Ricu tnond Scirvner & Co. a a d Brute Monday colored ago 13 and to Chickamauga I was interruptedo in to redoem her own defeat at tho hands homes of tho people were thrown open Adams, said Lebanon would suit them. Baptist Church ou the second Siaday, o a O 01 c Mr. Burnam is one of the mosjSodly William Masters age 15 had a difficul01 L my last letter that I couldn't even write of the same team ouo week before. o and nothing was too good for the visi- Adams replied that Lebanon was ah M ' DRAPERIES. men wo have ever known ariiat the ty yesterday the result of which Mon2 o p a brief account of it MUSIC. tors. We hope some time soon to have of a long way. from Foxtown, but he same 3 C3 time one of the most sjJolarly day wears considerable court plaster. J3 a 2. It is our ambition to have you look We drove down early in the morning On Thursday evening came the musi- an opportunity to show our apprecia- agreed to meet Centre even there, on the O o p 03 through this stock. and spent the day that day was a cal exbibition held in the University tion in kind " classic banks of "Jordan." This took and companionable. c Felt, 3x6 ft. mounted During progress of court held at 5 -' 5 Cluney Curtains at Recruits were taken on at .3.50 a pair week ago Monday and only a few days chapel. The first event was for tho Seltaerwater's breath and he called :n Newby by Squire J. A. Young's a Shame on Centre's Team. 05 p Q o 2 Q on Spring Fixtures, Scrim Curtains. $3.40 a pair before the regulars were ordered to best chorus, and wase closelyscontested the wily Captain, Anderson, who be- City, Lancaster, Richmond, T disturbance was raised which broke The base ball team of Centre College complete ready to .. 20cayard Tampa. I think they are more inter- by Winchester, Paris and Richmond. Kcvr Fish Tet....... ter, Paris and Millersburg. o Q p up the court. Squire J. A. Young and a c o hang has disgraced by itself cowardice and thought himself of this scheme of " o Upholstery goods iu large variety. . . . . mond the snecial train waited esting than the volunteers, at least one The prize, $10 worth of books, was won brought . ts Constablo Bird Do'jier were powerless shame to every fair minded avoidance. Said he "Our Faculty while the Richmond CommaniOry, un- t6 restore order. Young and Dozitr to our leaving home any more." gets a better idea from them ol what by the Winchester chorus, which ren- friend of the orange and white. It is der tho direction of that galla-- t knight, aro to be commended foi their course army life really is. dered, "The Now Columbia." "Well," said Bob Adams, the old story, "Get money, my son; VALL PAPER. It's just glorious down there. I wish The second contest was for the best get it honestly, if you can, but get "We will play you in Danville, Boyle J. Sncpd Smith, cave Marin Com- - pursued in the matter and will hereaf mandery a reception and a djre over ter have no more trouble with Plantiff Have you seen our east window? It you all could 6ee the park now. For vocal duet, contested by Richmond, money, my son. "We had hoped that county, Kentucky!" Both the Danwould be like painting the lilly or gild- miles it is dotted with tents. And Harrodsburg and Winchester. M isces Sir Knight W. R. Johnson and Defennant In trying to bulldoze ville champions, standing aghast, re- the city ing gold to attempt a description of with so many troops thero is continual- Willie Traynor and NellMershon won tho ways that were dark and the tricks luctantly admitted this was fair, but was elected Eminent GrandlSentinel, the court. Jay Ell Ess. that were vain, to which Centre retheir colors and designs. Prices are ly some sort of drill going on. We eaw the prize, a gold medal offered by Joo sorted asked fox a four hours consultation. which places him in line forlhe posill in baseball in '85 and tion of Right Eminent Comnjmdor of the very lowest. We rivitc compari- several guard mounts but the finest Guiucbigliani. Ilow's is This! , had been repudiated by her Returning in five minutes, all smiles, in son. thing was the review of the Cavalry; 1 poor logic to agree that The next was the contest for best sons, as they had been almost forgot- they reported unanimously that Cen- the State. Lebanon Falcon. Mr. JohnWo offer One Hundred Dollars Re son married Miss Mamie Dijm, niece ward for any case of Catarrh that canknow never saw so many horses be- piano solo. Paris, Winchester and all meats arealike. Our meats ten and forgiven by us, and a new and tre's men were out of condition, the not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. fore. Some of them beauties too. Richmond were represented, and Miss friendly feeling had begun to grow up FURNITURE. are the best. We kill first-clas- s of commencement were at hand, of the late Mrs Dr. T. J- Ta;or, of this V. J. otieney & uo., Props., Toledo. city, and is well remembereU hero for is pretty to hear the bugle call Josie llrown, of Winchester, won the It Hindman was at Somerset, the Revenue O. "the two institutions. between Special Curtain tables and palm cattle, is why we have But her beauty, now faintly from some distant camp gold medal oflered by Biggerstaff & Wo the undersigned, have known F. always enjoyed a good share Centre loves victory, and victory she office hail just come to town, and Capt. disposition. musical talent ?nd sweet stand', Jardinieres and Tuborettc, all and again very close. One hears j. ior tne last 15 years, and it Oldham, of this city. will have by means, in this instance. Jim Shackelford had everybody so of Richmond's patronage. the new finishes. See the assortment. from all directions. Of coarse The contest for vocal solo was entered that threaten to disrupt the cordial each One of tho mostjbrilliant nd enjoy- believe him perfectly honorable in all completely under hack that they were Tables $3.50 now, usual value S3. re business transactions and financially Those that have not favored regiment has a Military Band and the 7y Richmond, Paris, Harrodsburg and able events of the commereement sea- - able to carry out any obligation lations existing between the two obliged to claim the championship! Palm stands $2.50 now, usual value made us with orders in the past . music together with the sight of the Winchester- - Miss Mary Traynor, of Echools. oy tneir-nrmIt was probably more than Whereupon to Manager Ad.um rewill be convinced, by giving soldiers is enough to stir up all one's Richmond, won the medal, given by E. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, I turned home find in next morning's Awarded Centre could stand this year, to be deTaborettes $3 now, usual value $3.50. Toledo, O. Warding, Kinnik & us a trial order thatour Beef, pairioiism. jiiy, uow x snonia enjoy Deatherage & Co. feated in oratory and debate by her paper the explanation of the whole Highest Honors Wold's Fair, Marvin. "Wholesala Druggists, Tolebeing a man! Winchester and Richmond competed young rival, O. U., so she rushes a thing: The picture of Centre's team in WUA u do, O. and other iTTrL MEATfiin i A gentleman in our party took ue to for the best vocal quartette and the Courier-Journa- l Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internalwith the announcepicture off to the Courier Journal call on his friend who is a major. He ly, acting directly upou tho blood and composed of Misses Traynor claiming tho championship of Ken- ment, "College Champions of Kenmucous surfaces of tlie systerm Price invited us into his tent and entertained Mershon, Scrivener and Wilmott won tucky in baseball, lest that too, be tucky." With this unearned title pre- 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. us beautiful!j I should call him a the priiie. maturely published before the world Testimonials free. hopelessly lost to her in tha final jnneMtn Onions. Lettuce. Had- 2te.5!55- - of samk typical soldier and lady's man. As to Missus Hill and Edwards, of Paris, games. they could not afford to have the mask a cenjinaaace joo lor past patronage, I the latter role know I am correct. played ajriano duet,.their challenge in The.human machine starts but once Centre's" team is like tlieSpanish Ad- of tbolr cowardice and false pretensts Cot since my impressions of soldiers this not having been accepted by any of 7WpfeMjj.4-t-: and stops hut once. Youtan keep it miral, Cevera, who is "bottled up" in torn.from their faces, as the' fear, as aayao-i- y K are derived from novels of the CaDt. the other schools. Their playing was Santiago Harbor. Utey know.-i- t would bo by stauding.up going longest and most regularlv bv Afraid to' rnn (to Hackey Building, Main St. Chas. King variety I don't claim to be highly appreciated by the. audience using DeWitt's Littlo .Early Risers the Versailles, Nicholasvillo, Lebanon, or and playing Iiio men instead of doJglng a connoisseur in that line. Still we The judges of the musical contests were famous Jittlo pills for constipation and afraid (on their like a Spaniard. Verily, as a dog re all Lave ideals and be!iee mine was Mrs. Gowan, Lancaster; Mrs- - Nealms, Briariownljgrounds) all stomach and Hvertroubles. Doug. turns to his vomit, so doth own home theylie in the har-realized. and Miss Roote, of .Lexington. las x jy ines. . boc of conceit and cowardice, and claim If team return to tlPelr dark This major had been all through the Fridfy morning at "the seliool build- an honor that they have not won. forloin-e- r' ana wo naa noPed, lorgottea F civil war and remained, in the service ing contests were carried on behind The Cabas question md pHUoal C. E. W. which thev are afraid to catoat.aaA jlyears - c RMneaABj Yi evex since. For a number of years ,he closed (iloors and their wlaaers were sueesiak iarijmtfciwarfrUh & "i jBJ., lUTKA-i- Q.al.I i A CHAhLEXGK. which iney euaii sol oe accoraea with & Las been stationed oat Ir&m pftg. yt hat bif matfwha .MOST PERFECIfMADB. . the frostier .aanouueed that eveairjfcfey-Prof'. J ltoa wuu tue ortd tdMiruiMP Clark, out it is fairly achieved." "W, repreeoatiBg Central TjB . . r Madison eoantv or in rt l. inWtfc&ire;kr.ttf. a&d the aatke ropmsnt wag drifflhtga' aner cae JjettaaaMery-- ' eosurt. Tho,i A pure Grape Cream of Ti Wittf Witeb Puwdff Alt iDtmu: m ..Ml 111. II pnfvt Iik. Madison coui.ty LSXDfGTOK, The fom rqlkwM ..v.na Mfcy'Bbee la trffo" work o our Hfcli te lmv mmf Jwr ' piles. Doori ScbepsBiti', as dis- - formed abasjitwU jfoaME . . anpjiotts aJl tke Democratic "from ".-- IWIm.'! TH"""1 , uikmm MIT ? 03MH1M e. I TUB " 5T ' , in VUM 7T-- 1 ' MVMG& I V V.S.A H . I Coasta- BALI. GAME. x, We are authorized to announce Ho. James candidate B. MoCreakt, of Madison county, a subject to lor Confrress In the Eighth district; mch30-tf the action of the Democratic party. TVe are authorized to announce J. B. Thomp-boof Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Representative in Congress from this, the 8th District ex-Go- v. FORCONCRESS. cations yesterday and silenced them! He then turned his attention to Cervera's squadron and the greatest naval battle on the Western Hem- with the 'results unknown, but let us hope a ive victory for theU. S. has been achieved. over he said had been dancing attendance on dress makers since she camo here. They don't go in much for Btylo out there" ho explained. I suppose worn en are as scarce as the proverbial hen's teeth. It was real funnoy to sea how the young officers schemed to meet the girls, for instance while, we wero en. grossed in the major's stories of Indian s fights and admiring his unioutsideSan-tiago- form winch, lie brought ons for our inspection, a young lieutenant came up and saluting his superior officer asked if lie might stay and listen to his instructions whereupon the major introduced him and he proceeded to amuse himself and us as well. The major sent an orderly to bring a gun and explained howitismanipilateduWedon't dare do any target shooting hero in tho park" he said because wo never know how far the infernal thing is eoinp; one might kill a man four miles away. Vehement as was tho adjective I some how couldn't feel shocked. It sounded eminently proper in a soldier. He gave us each a cartridge for souvenirs. Mamma, do you know "how dangerous those thing are" Colonel Moe confiscated Nell's. Ho says that falling on the floor might produce enough concussion to discharge the ball. The town is filling up rapidly now isnowdoubt-les- s with volunteers. According to the "Ananias bulletin board" we are to have eighty thousand. Having justly earned that epithet I fancy they will not run any risk of forfeiture by sticking to the truth in this instance. Col Moo thinks we will have between fifty decis- and sixty thousand. They have taken the town already and are not half so well behaved as the regulars were. So, at least think the farmers in the vicinity whose poultry yards have been pillaged. Yesterday afternoon one of the Deweese girls was standing in front of her fathers store when a young soldier came along and catching her in his arms kissed her. This was rumored all over town. I can't vouch for its Cincinnati, O., May, 31, authenticity. Ve are planning a trip afternoon. I 4:30 p. m. (Special) Chatta- to the park have six lessons to give in tho mornnooga. detachment of ing EJid choir precticed at night. But soldiers ordered to Tampa will if there is any thing left of mo when it's all over I'll write yon all about the leave at 6 a. m. Wednesday. volunteers. Affectionately, E. FIRE i Said Schley, and the American fleet, so , long idle full-dres- turned its guns played on tho walls of the variims rooms, Is worthy of praise, and praise it certainly received from all who saw this special exhibition. botanical and zoological drawings, so aie of which wero very good indeed, compositions beautifully written and well s composed and made of paper pulp ami somo of them so well made as to rival those sent from the Und manufacturer, and many other things Sam showing the skill of the pupils and the Says careful traing of the instructors. This Is Map-drawin- I relief-map- Advertise Facts j MSfllftr IV vVJBV HvIqIV PERSONAL,. Dr. Poyntz is at homo from New-leans- . Or- - on the Spanish fortifi- At noon Friday the visiting pritci-pal- s America's were entertained at dinner by Dr. Greatest Medicine. L. H. Blanton. PRINCIPALS ENTERTAINED. the-form- Hood's Sarsaparilla isphere n, 11-- 7-- 5, 9-- 0. i First First First - C-- G-- Sal-le- e. Miss Katie Blanton is at homo from Jackson. Capt. J. T. Shackelford came over on Saturday from Danville. Miss Lida Bsadford, of Augusta, is Miss Minna Wager's visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biggerstaff visited in Mt. Sterling last week. MissMarv Stowe, of Lexington, is the guest of Miss Lena Cornelisou. Miss Bertha Wilson, of Estill county, is visiting relatives in Richmond. Mr. J. K. Jameson, of the Bourbon News, called. on The Climax Friday, Mr. Lano", of Illinois, is visiting his brother, Wm. Lane, at Whites Station. .. V Miss Bessie McGinn, of Versailles, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John R. PateB. fMrs. Spears returned to Jessamine yesterday after visiting Mrs. T. T. Covington. T Air. and Mrs. II. B. Scrivncr, of Win chester, spent Sunday with relatives in tnis citv. Mr. Ben Rucker, of Georgetown, was tho guest of Mr. T. J. Smith, Jr. yesterday. Miss Jennie Mason, of White Station, has returned from an extensive visit in the South. Mrs. Marshall and son, Charlie, of Harrodsburg, visited Mrs. J. S. Collins last week. -- Mrs. L. C. Brook, of Cynthiana, was the guest of Mra. James B. McCreary the past week. Tho "As You Like It" entertain at the Glyndon on Friday .night It will be a swell affair. Misses Bright and Engleman, of Danville, aro visiting Mrs. Kit Chen-aul- t, on the Irvine pike. Mrs. Samuel Jettand daughter, Miss Sarah, of Winchester are guests.of Mrs. W. D. Oldham, on Broadway. Miss Georgia Anderson, of Cynthiana, was the charming visitor of tho Misses Hart during the Tournament. Miss Margarctta Smith entertains with a Book Carnival to night in honor of Miss Maria Lon is Booker, of Lonis-villo. 7f jroods at a cheap price. Nothing i, ertain to create dissatisfaction than goods that looks well but is poor in qua! Apparent economy is often real extravagance. But t is a mistake to advertise inferior ',fc)fo'j, nrst ,ow races ana noo 000 4 n tut .-, 'JlT SRJJLVJL i wwmmmwmm' &4 VOLUNTEERS WANTED! - VIVHitVH IljT IT? sI CO - J TUv Corner, 4 x. m ys T! $ de-strcw- ed i to-d- well-kno- MARRIED. toLMNs-CAitsu- one-sixt- h one-hal- f! Organdies, Lawns and Dress Linens we lead tlie town w-rol- -- ill-gott- en wevill pr-tec- 3-- 1 ite -- & Gibs? Seine's e. t. C,B rower&Co it M&YkoM 1 e ".a.. -- The 5 talie a' Point m CD fsasss &$&m& ifflflSa's; iii:;ivj-;;.iaBfieB-- v!55sfe o o eon-vergi- ng - Vir-IRic- h- CO Sag i m 5g cs c r- -i -- 0 -! CO ob-jic- T foot-ba- Richmond Market It's '92-3- I gay-eti- es Bich-mon- dt BR tore: I I 5jSUJSSiLSecieved Daily. 2tawl22fc$8JPW u- I J BAWNO H T ;., is, lr -- ' c-n I F we. ii A v& m:- $ .' 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Ellis. r : Kz-'J Captured Manilla and We Have Taken Richmond By Storm, But In BMH A Bloodless Way NTEREST P m KEZA Now we wish to say this to the business pube: If you want, to do the correct thing and be in the push, come to see us at once and give lis yomvtracle. - Vfi' s .;- - ::?w Mil We have the newest and cleanest stock in town. Every article just received m Below we will give you an idea of what we Rj?S both in Staple and Fancy Groceries. ;$; have for you to eat and to say we are anxious to serve you, but mildly express it. d K5l5i rnH N' To every man, woman or child who owns a marketing of any description. Cow, a lit r prut READ THIS!j ; stis 9 ax 3: Canned Goods of All Kinds, ) SPRDTG CHICKE3STS f) H.A'D'n'P'TvT ) T?ftft.C 3 m STCAE HEAL I' : i) ( Bacon, mTTTr ?: 9 To purchase all your Butter, and most especially Fowls Turkeys and Geese. ur Cheese, Garden Es,Spring Chickens, Trui-Old II. fes COFFEE m KisSl PICZELS LwJ HnttiQ fnirntrv ariri (Ttv MMw. w.v VVM1xvV 2 ) tt CHEESE a n a o mtt Yi.iW.n.JWJ.N J, -- "WE ALSO WANT TO PURCHASE YOUR- - Corn, flay, Oats, Salt, Lime, Sand and Cement. vs 8 B Well, we have them all guessing as to how we can dispose of so many. We have purchased P, E. Adams & Son and Mr. Weaver's entire crop and all Mr. Schlegel and Mr. White, of Waco, can furnish, and if you want any of the nicest and freshest for preserving or for family use Tou or are not wise if you do not give us your order. AS FOR STRAWBERRIES the business from start to finish and we will guarantee polite treatment and a dud us we uave uiuue itrruuguuieiiLs wiuu one 01 tne strongest iirms in tne west tor every morning by wire and you shall have the benefit of our enterprise and push, promise to give you the limit every day for every article presented for sale to us. Mr. Wm. J. Shearer-No w : v uc 3Ssc MS- "" "" o & w "'W rH H To Onr Country Mercfr 3-- m cO The Delivery Rig we have to wait upon you? It not, you ought to look out for it, as, it is simply elegant. The finest horse in the connty, the nicest wagonr private or public in the city and in charge of Mr. Steve B. White one of our firm, who will give you the most polite attention and promptest possible service. ' wish to say this to j'ou. You call upon us at once and we will make ui rang . J 3'our entire Poultry, Egg, Hide and Tallow receipts upon a citv market at our" r Do not make another shipment until you see Mr. Shearer or Mr. White, on.' of t'u K either can show what a mistake you will make if you do not let us have you' of every kind at all times. "Wt 9 E stf" Now As For Our Grocery Besides the members of the firm, whom you all know consists of Wm. H. Watts, Wm. J. Shearer and Steve W. Bates, all anxious and willing to have their friends as well as ours to call upon them. ,B yppASS, and Supply Departmen 9 m u. j-o- 1 z..vT 4 PV. W :3 sm m K51 sis- - fe H $m KS2 S Wl And while we are anxious to have 3rou on our hooks, avc wish for you to bear .in mind that we do not want your money or your account unless we can HONESTLY, CON- 3011 r produce, we wi Groceries as cheap as vou can buv them in t,hf in an quantit3 3ou want or suits 3oui- trade. Y not nave to overstock 3ourself on ;t single ar we will protect If you will bring us v T 'J- - 9 SCIENTIOUSLY and FAIRLY give you the benefit of fSisS :f 3- - '- ? V K1 YOR RIGHTS. We weigh all goods 16 to and guarantee for every Silver Dollar, you must and shall receive 100 cents worth of "foods in return. -- 1 tl &'-Is m pp: I Jk - 0 X N' - SQ TO Is our cr3, (not free coinage) but ounces to the pound, try us and be con vine Mr, W. J. Shearer ajid Steve B. White expect to visit every merchant in tl I r5i Vg24 fe$ S n n I How Can You Resist m This m Invitation? m mJ N. 1 ih 7W IN if-yo- m m. o5kS You will do 3rourself a great injustice and us an irreparable "ivrong", do not call at once (as is June 1st) and add your name to our list of customers. to-da- - $k I to talk this matter over with them, but do not wait until we call to come to see us know courtesy demands all the old residents to call on newcomers, and while old citizens and you know us, we are the new and warm number in the - H9' K keeji us from y Produce want. -- L m bo'i S4 Come one, come , all, and join us in the new era of the Grocery prosperity in our City. . It will make you happy and Very Eespei v. prJLiJ iwb til B' 'r 'i i r: . - f&u .r . - jl 1 Hi H Hl B B B m 199 SBB HK 8HS BB 8B IB ' 1 BB HB K Hv BHB B O H BB B Hir HB H H HI Bfl fBrm B. 9 B HH B IH B flH jB HB mB H H k B B wBB Bflih W - Ih h ih bHB B lft jB BIIHB HtB HIH flB BHi SB V B 9 Hl M Bt bb. 1 1 l' fl .B Br B H B B B 1 B fl B B fl 'H H H B E3 B 1 V B IH H? B B B lB B BB b Hl H IB ' H B II bB BB B B b B B ' B B m IB B B i B B 1 B B B m B h & -- :: B IB BB IB B 'h r STREET, EI 2HMC "lIHkT j J " J "t,JCj" , ', jj ,. - , '.5bS"ji 'jf" i""r l""r' J7''Jljj!J?Jjj5r '" " lE ''TSSCTSBEgSMyjBr? JH' rf' Jf-. ?! ;U" a "'"' r- ""wr-T(p"'-- i '. r! - "' . . . - -. 3as ov n j eiore-- d Spots on SHKHkS P2pe.r 13 i VsiiviBLS) i q -- Tearllg Up The Track. GOOD MORNING Have You Heard The Latest New Enquire Hat all Doughs Bright s style, quality and prices are a regular Dewey's Meet. & Go.'s in colors both in Alp'iri and then- - new line of Men's and Boy's Soft Bosom the Shifts in' VPS 7W Acting upotj tho advloe of two hundred thousand people in anU out of Madison county, Billy Devoee is tearing up tho etrqifc car track or troclml To GeY Up a Company. Geo. to Jackson and Owsley Saturday to .organize a company for the war, to join Col. Colson'a regiment. Mr. Mooro will be Lieutenant and Joseph Tread why, of Owsley, Caplain. Another Indian Grave. 0. Moore, of Paint JAck, started KLONDIKE No use.-goin-g V Mr. J. T. Grjsen, of "White Station, duj intq an Ind;an grave on his place nearCodar 0118', and besides a number 7y of human bone$, found an Indian scalping knlfo made of stone, and a nicely B of Men's, Boy's and Youths Shoes in Eus'sia Calf, Vici and peis in JUd, Kangaroo, Yici and Patent Leather are "Jine & ?P 9R VI s& carved Indian pipe. The latter is quite a curiosity. May to Alaska, when you can find a "Reg-ulaKlondike," in the way of values at our store, it's a mine of bargains, a rich placer of big nuggets, which requires no digging out of musty corners. Notwithstanding the big advance in nearly all lines of goods, we shall continue to give customers the benefit of "our advantage of having bought largely before the advance. r Ftehcimer Dead. . I Bargains! Watch Onr Sliow Window&2 up-to-dat- e. WILL BE THE BATTLE CRY THIS WEEK AT Barg ains! May Fecheimtir, tho well known Cincinnati merchant, died Saturday after a protracted illness. Deceased was for years a merchant; in this city who with his brother is wtill remembered here. Don't Skip A Word Ofthis as it is money in pocket to read it all. There will be "A Hot Old Time" at The Busy Bee Cash Store this spring, if first-clas- s goods and Low Cash Prices will do it, we keep faith with the people by doing what we advertise. pick and choice of our larce second importation of French Organdies. About two or three hundred patterns at $2.76 per pattern, 12 yd. lengths. These goods sell at 45 and 50c per yd. all-wo- ol Bargains! sWatch Onr Show Windows. They were high toned, genial gentleman with hosts Of friends. Miss Panic's Triumph. Not only did Miss Pattie's music pupils rin the local1 contest to represent the city in the lat3 college league tournament, but in that contest they won tho State championship as follows: Vocal solo. Miss Mary Traynor, Vocal duet, Misses Nell Mcrshon and Willie Letcher Traynor. These victories are significant, giving prominonce to the pupil and prestige to their teacher. also" assisted Prof. Clark in training the winners of the vocal quar tette, Misses Mershon, Traynor, and Scrivener. Miss-Patti- o Wil-m- Having sold entirely out of our first lot of Fine French Organdies, we are now offering JPVV We are offering suiting in beautiful new designs at S1.69 per dress pattern. There is only a limited supply and they are all goodstyles. Don't miss the chanco to see them. "We are showing all tho new weaves in black dress goods, cheviots, serges, viadiere effects, Jncquods, Brocaded .Mohairs, etc. Ask for what vou want and you will get it at Lowest Cash ac We have just opened and put on sale tho largest and mast complete line of Carpets ever shown in this city, we have everything yon want in thi3 line from the Cheapest Ingrain to the finest Arminster, and prices will be made on them so low down that you will want to carpet your entire house out and out and the back yard. You will also find a nice line of Mattincs, 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. ot Price. jw issssB mi T t Hr: 3wS2 if.Climax. 'j!EsH i. 1S9?. Proctor Knott Cigar. Killed by Lightning. B w i?D5 jflfl ' Bfl' M&M f OOGOGOGUWW During the terrific electricai disturbance on Sunday night ten head of cattle belonging to Wm. Mellon at College Hill, were killed bv lightning Strawberry Supper On At ML Zion. ToPHiendng Facts That i si Merect for years with totter. On arising ray handa were Btiff and my crooked. They would crack all over and the blood would run from them. Tho doctor ordered me to give np work. Then a friend said, 'Try AYERB I took in all eight fia-gcra Our Bi cycle Cloths, Linen Suitings, Covert Cloths, De nims, etc., for Ladies' Skirts and Dre3se are beautiful. Ask tosoe them, prices are on ly 8J to 14c per yd. Zr sro ; s g- will bo received v with the guar- - o ;;p'yfo'yofMvqcpoo - w illation exceeds 5 Missionary Band of Mt. Zion Church c anvotfiS paper published O will give an ice suptiinui- -i C per. Ten cents per saucer, cake 5 cent.. c Proceeds logo toward fund to buy an organ for the church. cream-strawber- ry Saturdy evening at 7 o'clock the tyery Man bottles, which completely healed me." Mrs. "W. SLOAN, Royersf ord, Pa. "TTPllPvSfflsSf M Speaks Well For Caldwell High School. Tetter A Wearing Clothes Should Know ' 4lc per yd.; Best Brands Bleach Cotton from C toGJcpervd; 4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting at 14c per yd.; Alpine Rose Bleach Cotton and Utica Sheeting at lowest prices. Our largo size Blench Damask Towel at 5c and our Cele--b rated Clover leaf Bleach Damask Towels at 10c aro "Hummers," Best New York Mills Camlet Jeans 10c a yd., other Cottonades at lowest prices. 10-- best brands Calicoes, all colors, from 31 to 4c per e yd ; Good soft finish Bleach Cotton yard-wid- In our Domestic Department you will find r - B 2 with our Shoes there's more comfort to be found from wearing a pair of our shoes than you can dream of. and the money we will save you on each pair you purchase, "will be a nice little contribution to your church on Sunday. Infant shoes 19c a pair; Children shoes 35, 39 and 59c per pair; Ladies' Dongola Shoes, Patent Tip, Heel and Spring Heel, Lace and Button for 9Sc, worth $1.50; Men's Fine Shoes for $1.00 and $1.25, worth $1.50 and $2.00; Fnll line Men's and Boy's Heavy Work Shoes at lowest prices. Ladies' Fine Shoes a specialty. Ladies' Good Black Hose 4c a pair; Ladies' seamless black hose 5c a pair; Ladies' better seamless black hose Sc a pair; our 25c ladies' black hose are now only 19c; Men's seandess sox 5c; Men's extra heavy seamless box Sc ; our 10c black sox are worth 2Cc elsewhere ; Children's ribbed hose sizes C 8, 5c a pair; Children's seam-len- s ribbed hose 8 only 8c. We are showing a beautiful line of Fancy Plaid and Stripe Hosiery for ladies' and children, also all the new novelties. Kid curlers large size 5c a bunch, white rotwj cabinet hairpins the best 5c each, curling irons 5c, men's garters 10, 15 and 19c. ladies' garters sih'er and gold buckles nilk web 25, tooth brushes 4. 5, 8 and 10c, children's suspenders d any size lOc, embroidery san silk spools 5c each, hairpins lc a boq, good pins lc a paper, needles lc a paper, alumnium thimbles lc each, white tape lc a ball, school handkerchiefs for children lc each, best spool cotton 3 for 10c. envelopes 3c a package, splendid line of men's and ladies' neckwear, white and colored searaimr braid oc a bunch, linen corset laces 3c each, good gum webbing 4c a yd, silk webbing 10c a yd. 0-100-yar- FIT IUUIV FFFT is S go- g K 2 o" 2 o - CO 2 ". s - I t for teacher's certificates, five of the seven graduates of Caldwell High host sinoktT. the Proctor Knott School tried, and all received first-clacertificates. They are Misses Belio liggmsTvfTiite & Ellis' ad in Winburn, Nell Mershon, Sue Scrivener, Sudie Maupin. Professor Clark is more ie. state favorite, the Proctor gratified with this, if possible than with tho biilliant achievements of gar J- -jjnpils in the tournament last .J 15. Harri's excellent'-- '' w epU mayll-Gin- o ps ik.tr pa nt and trim your In tho regular county examination Card to Our Cilizens. Mb. Editor: Permit us through your paper to thank the people of Rich mond for the their universal and overflowing hospitality to our visitors during the Blue Grass Tournament. It is very gratifying to know that our school is so much appreciated, and that our ef. forts to satisfy patrons and friends of the school have not been mnde in vain. The invitations to receive children into homes and to send carriages to tho trains were accepted in the kindest and most liberal spirit, and all who visited us, about 300, were well provided for. The livery stable proprietors were especially kind. Again accept onr thanks. Caldwell High School. If a watch lias poor movements you cannot expect . ac- 3 ! Vi'ln - or. Y uring the storm on Sjinday night I lr. R. C. liogcs, who ws sittincon his Jlarris Ix.uglit 100 fat hogs ft orch, near Red House, was startled unry parties at by a his 3. houseterrible noise in the airtoabove roar ' which he compared the A picr-i of a train of cars. He went out and f'vea at Malorv saw dark cloud rolling over his place "fffWdar Walker's bainl and "he believes thenoiso was caused by Vr No Chance For Democrats. a cyclone. No damagereported in the turnish the music- Col. Henry S. Cohn and a number of neighborhood. G. A. R. men returned this morning B. White purchased from Lewis B Sg,e N G road - It. from Bowling Green where the annual WrflC ul "L Tiie inpression is that thepWlIc'10 encampment of the veterans was held. use. own torse Col. Cohn, who was defeated for De-of the liichmond, Nicholasville,Ir hand-stiteheii - uis ...:rn artmont Commander by J. W. Ham- er. ir rainer i.: railroad bj Adolpn and 55 ud, of this city, attributes his fail r yi .terday to a dozen Sega the Philadeldhia capitalist, will Jof t e county. inrough, says the Louisville Times. ure toRWt the office to tho fact that he and Twenty-Fiv- e fall inlnfrrB Yards More. Silk Thread Stitching "."0 . of a check for S25,000 is s DenVjocrat, says tho Louisville IT.m ate i Ellis' new dcliv- Tin prosteoting Than Any Other Make. These are but a few of the by Mr. Segal is regarded as Times. 'N- o Democrat need applv for --y w: purchased from S. L. pr. ented end of his cou re cognitionl in G. A. R. ranks," 6aid many good points about our Clothing. Don't you think ih besinninir of the vevai "e mogui. Nsjte "We had a pleas with the purchase. It is be-- Col. Cohn nt Hon that Clothing Tailored with as much care and thought lfl'islino of buggies oeiore v..H lmt Mr. Seiral will make no ant time a ed everythiug passed off as ours is worthy of your investigation? ' The fact that you v. All work guaranteed. f rther effort to retain the road. The smoothly. AT .number of Louisville mayll-Cm- o ts. salesman- .nds were to have been paid in two comrades returnexl with ine, although don't pay one penny more than ordinary Clothing is sold teachers of the uMallments. The property is regard-- d the encampment does no tf,,J .until to- for elsewhere surely ought to interest the most Economiexamination for night. The parade will be g'iven toA High School will be held at is an excellent and valuable men." N. -- i W '" MD.U. Snackelford : jU w- -t i com pla-ite- r se tlie Thinks It Was a Cyclone. & ,,e c RUjfj i It- n, curate time the same reason holds 'good in Clothing. If the "Vitals," the "Insides".of a garment are poorly made you cannot expect to get "Wearing Satisfaction-- The vital brand Clothing, our Clothing, is Superior in every way to all other makes, because every garment is tailored on a strictly Scientific basis. Here are a few of many good Points you Cannot See But Get: The buttons never come off because they are sewed through the Cloth on Canvas and Silesia. To add firmness around the shoulders and blades, Genuine French Elastic Canvas in used just enough padding to retain the Shape. Pure Fiax Canvas running from the. topmost shoulder points and armholds down to bottom of coat, Pressed and Shrunk to Conform to the body. The Lapel is close to give permanent and proper shape and Contains One Hundred Jp?v Our Clothing Departmens is overflowing with good things for our friends and patrons, we are Belling a good Cassimere Suit for men at $2.48 per suit. We are showing several styles in beautiful plaids and mixtures in Men's Suits at $3.03 that are cheap at $7 50: when you see our $5.00 and $6.00 suits you will agree with ns that we save you from $2.50 to $3 50 on a suit as they are worth from $8.50 to $10.00 elsewhere. We sell Boy's Knee Pants at 15c per pair. We have just opened a handsome line of the Mrs. Jane Ilopkin's Star make Boy's Knee Pants and Suits, theyare made Double Knee and Double Seat, warranted not to rip, the boy's pants of this kind running up to 15 years old. Boy sizes are only 49c per pair. all-wo- ol )lillp s.' We will put on sale at once one lot of about the Celebrated French Woven Century Corset worth $1 00 elsewhere, our price 59c as long as they last. 500 of ITS ALL IN" THE PRICE! Most merchants figure to see how much they can get for an article, we figure to see how cheap it can he sold. Our Motto "Underbuy, Undersell, Cash?" xsg .rVT, - W. S. C P. Jones, Milesburg, Pa., writes: "I have used De Witt's Little Early Risers ever since they were introduced here and must say I have never used nny pills in my family during fortv years of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic" Douglas & Wines. ; A man invariably loves the woman who makes a fool of him. D. OLDHAM & COMPANY. vvy Jfl Planters Cut, Bnrns, -- '. -- -- CU BAN OIL Price, cures Bruises, Rheu i, to-da- y. matism and Sores. -- Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. 25 cents. a ! - a A 4W '.- A It is in vain that a man is born fortunate if he be unforunate in his marriage. one-Mu- wra 15iw .ol building, Jute21and 22. Advertise, Said The Judge. U Hart will take cljargo of the jstoilicc next weekA succeeding sh, who has made - fine officer P. Armer has returned"01 i and is readv to attend to1 ' the people in the jewelry Hi; . 1 l l White, of Higgius, White & irchased for the Arm a dandy horoe of Mr. Spears, of Jessa- - Shackelford & Co. wibh to ti people for their promptness virt their orders for Deering Company. Judge instructions to the jury John Roberts' !ti ln nf interest to a jrreat many peo- . hero aU(1 elsewi,ero in the State- tHe said if tho company sola planum s Jwotors at a private sale the jury should the value of ful for the plaintilf in in such cases. the Jroperty. The statute said, requires auveru&mg hi afeo noticc to before sellinr Tobacco Warehouse 1 An interesting smt has been on trial for the past few days in the Common Please Court of Louisville. It is the oae of the American Motor Manufacturing Company against the Louisville day without G. A. R. cal Buyers. large SS.OO, $10.00 The encampment attracted number of veterans. Gen. lobson made tho response to the welcome address of .Iudge Settle. Other Officers were elected as follows: J. J. Burnes, of Bowling Green, Senior Vice Commander; C. C. Vaughan, of Rissoll-villJunior Vice Commander; Dr. J. E. Meredith, Medical Director; j. E. Cooper, Chaplain, and Georgu "y. Saundersy Historian. e, All the Good Points are Tailored in our and .$12.50 Suits. PjjsNUBIAN Perry Q. White. Bold by the finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly made. TEA cures Dyspep-id III VI V eia, Constipation and Indi- All that a man hath will he give to gestion. Eegulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. his wife. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, (2 IP Is p5, Everybody Knovs fefl ilHjg -- 00 S & Thomas, . successors to W. Everybody Says So. COVINGTON & Strawberry 1 ITCHELL Cascarets Caady Cathartic, the most wonFor anv man to match above his derful medical discover? of the age, pleasrank is. but to sell his liberty. ant and refreshing to the taste, act gently Don't Tcbacco Spit and Smoks Your Ufa Away. -- -- ? BIRTHS Wool-steian-iva- l p Lut Hs I- 45jppJications 2S first and 11 J the oyncc Cream and " Crimson. . The a result of the examination of white TleCream and Crimson, Central rs this week. Uniisrsity's student annual appeared - D.d you ever see anythke this new Moul'ay. from the Courier-JournJob n whodead appears in this issue. Pruiuug Co. It contains over a score e Ia be they haven't push, but itstrikes ef engravings and many origIs differently. H. U . & E. inal humorous sketches by the artists The new Board ot Medical Exam- - Mefsrs T. Hood Little and S. C. Cardweli. In addition to so many iulerest- e's far Pensrons is composed of Drs. ing lisustrations .ojerts, Cornelius, of Berea, and rtKrlTKxIica"ted iV'frih uoij .uitca, to Ur. U. M. Parkes. colored physiciajjoiMlJiSityr iwyn, a flie editorial staff: H. F. Polhneyer, Fo'ttTxot "strpwherrits as large 'iitorn.ciIil.f. G. W. Hunter. Manac- that gardener inf, 3 your fist we think j. lfcaac R Swallow, Business Louis Schlegel. Each berry has MaIiapr. j. K. Hampton, Vernon I. mice, own sngar- - o sweet none otner is witbe-epoon, H. H. Huffaker, G. P. - quired. j Scott, JAM. Smith and J. H. Wallace, George Barnes, a very clever man Associat editors. Price $1. ot into a difficulty with Pleas Woolum, e Kichmond on Any uarit nigni. Lear Ford and was arrested by Deputy The Cflumbia, Mo. Herald, devotes .'jlyer. and placed under bond. Trial space every week to paragrapus irom la Fiday. its files oafrom ten to fifty years ago. ut Abbey will lecture on Friday Under tha head of ''thirty yeais 4igo .. TT Pltl.. icmne at tue uoun nouse, u this week,it contained this item: r History and Her Hopes. Admission "Colnmua celebrated the advent of . f al half-ton. .- ", oil lainps lighting up Broadway. i i i Tickets at wiuuei- - "There wasV sound of revelry by night hriirlittliniii the lamnR o'or fair -- I have on hands now a luu lino oi women andlirave men! It is now a :h grade baggies, carnages anu roaa city. Therelno danger now of walkI at lowest prices. ing into cellte and bottomless wells S. L. Midkii'F. and pits, and leaking your shins over Wni. H. Watts, salesman. plow beams id wagon tongues; no mayll-Cmmore swearingk salt barrels and goods Broaddus & Son have re-- boxes and nolnore bumping against R. M. Lpt'Led tneir uuiciier biioi "" """u cows in the dalnessandgetting kicked " like the devil fryour impudence." Itroet, beyond ne om posiomco, V 1, as afway6,furnish the very best Confedar; Decoration Day. tats tender, fresh, and juicy and sweet. 3, at 10 a. m. the On Friday, J Ite.aember the place, on Irvine street. ederato dead will be graves of the -- I have the best and cheapest joad decorated. ran on tne raaijceuS. L. Midkiff- EXEECLSE". OUDEC t Meet at Court ouse, at UMo a. in. W II Watts, Baiisman. The Veterans wi jrmin line, followed by Sons' of Vete s, Daughters of Con Hie rios, White& Ellis purchased federacy and all c lers interested, will lrO"l Boles ci. ain'jiwauiB, ! inarJi tocineter, where thefollowing pi J ig for S1S5, to Use as a delivery program will be c riedout: jjrse. Steve says liithingis too gooa Braver.. v. Jatper K. Smith jr tuem ana grojnra uuw im ... Hj'mn ht n hauled by a trltter. 4.ltV, Miller Address.. D. B. Sbackeliotd & uo- say mey Hynfn Her. ti. W. Young Benediction.... avo taken more Iders for Deering Scaiterins: Flow Harvesters this & tn til an ever be- Friends Of dfiii Idiersare lequested f .ire uhw-looks as lithe farmers ex-- to mark ginve Con fwlerate flags ' , ;iall bect a big wheat cri and want the . on graves oi federate soldiers; est machine to band .it with. Vnfi.kiifll ' nM on graves of Union. biimuiittuuuD de l Snail Fox. Cet and Mexican 2, M. PoYKtf2, Byorder of scare has cost ITo date, the eraall-pof whkh the aboattwo-thiJU- s oi i cents, reterved ie of the hour. eeats -60c- This is tlie . o w"" 1 -- n inMr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. B. F. is rejoiciDgover the at his forms The Climax that the ladies of home last Wednesday aiorning a the Presbyterian church will give a twelve pound boy Deway. big strawberry supper at Kirksville tomorrow night for the benefit of that church. All good people are requested ' to come and bring their friends. Myeks. Cbxrres W. B., the old son of Mr. and Mrs. David Myers, died on Monday of pneumonia. "ifnclo Bob" figure in our coramuni-t- j' Should bo In every family a man ofBlleriing worth and spotless medicine chest and eyery traveller's grip. They are. integrity, is d sad. His funeral occur !nrlnAble when the atom&ch order; cure headache, Mliocsaess, and red en Monday, A wife and five chil IsUout of trouble. Mild and' eddest centallTer dren mourn his loss, a loss to our Caugbi a Meat Rogue. county, for hoi was one of her best citi Alexander Blythe, a young- negro of zens. Farristown.'near Whites Station, Estill Th& Rochoport Commercial caught last "Wednesday night by was Bill following: Died at her home prints the Maupin, also colored,, trying to break near Summit, Mississippi, April 4, 1808, Blythd of lung trouble, Mrs. Mary A. Estill. into the latter meat house. Biehop, and was had broken the lock and was ready to Her maden name was discovered him, married to he 'first husband in this enter when Maupin before being able to make his esplace, John Timberlake, in December, and sprang upon him like a 1852. The attendants upon this Happy cape Maupin Orr aud wild cat, with a grip that assured his occasion, were Miss Carrie his captive all George Walker. Miss Orr became Mrs. safety. After guarding night he was advised to turn him loose Gardener, whose death was announcfor his arrest, "which ed in the Commercial a short time and get out a writ broken lock to town since. Mr. and Mrs. Timberlake he did, bringing the of his story. moved to New Orleanc, where lie died as proof A Peculiar Case. on tlie 21st of February 1S70. After a few years sho married again, to her secLouisville, Ky., May 24. 1893, Mrs. ond husband, Mr. Estiil, of Kentucky, H. Krapp at 339 E. Market st., this who survives her. She had been fail- city, states that jier little daughter had peculiar case. Shtf would bo ing rapidly for some time, but was con- a very with, fever at certain times in taken fined to ber bed only five weeks. After the day, and this would De louowea uy said it was & severe hemorrhage she passed away, chille. The phvsician dear daughters to whom caused by teething, but later on pain leaving three ful swelling came under her chin. She she was fondly attached. May they began taking Hood's Sarsaparilia and cherish her memory and vlive in the her troubles disappeared in a ifihort blessed hope of meeting tev in that timo. She had none of those blessed realm where sorrow never since. comes and death is unknown. ColumThe subscription list is still open at bia, Mo, Herald. this office for the improvement of the Beautiful While. Irvine Lick Sprints. Messrs. iiougias The . TO;n furnish tha nlans for the t. I wish to announce f o the citizens of huildings needed, and we expectjfnext Richmond and Madison county, that I rjubUsh a list of those conirlbn have secured the agency for the White weok to ting to the resort so geno'rously Jjona-te- d Sewing Machine and will be glad to by Col. Ro?s, When tha" imrjj've-meu- ts show this triumph of'beauty and perare completed our peoflletiwill fection in tlie sowing machine line, to llich- in one any person who is in need of a first have as good water Irvine. miieof Lmond afif Malory, or clnia machine. IB r- - Woolstein. Sapper At Kirksville. Tevis, of Kirksville, DEATHS. Cornel-son-ji..fiunili- ar Hood s Pills - - Big down to the cause of your sickness, if yoti want to get well and stay well. Most likely it's indicrestion. The Irritating poisons of fermenting, putnu lood, lelt in the stomach by indigestion, cause headaclis, neuralgia, nervousness, dizziness, ttomachache, nausesa, irritability, and nil the other n symptoms of indigestion. They also cause many piins and dis orders which are often laid to other causes and hence are not easily cured. But as soon as the poisons aro removed, all these symtoms and disorders disappear, because there Is nothing left to cause them. Nothing succeeds in this 'ike. Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it prevents the undigested food from fermenting in the stomach and helps the stomach to digest its food. Sold by druggists, price! 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. It well-know- If yon want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life aud vigor, take tnat makes weak men the wonder-worke- r, strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. oiyour Over 400,000 enred. Bay dni"gist, under guarantee to cure, 50c or $ t.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Kemcdy Co., Chicago or New York. Straws show which way the gin goes. CAScABnTsstimulateliver, kidneys and bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. 10c. mavl-l- y and positively on kidneys, liver and ho wels, cleansing tho entire system, dispel colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box 11, 25, M) cent. Boldand of C. C. C. guaranteed to euro by all druggists. y; Who quotes prices which .show unmis-takbl- y that he is offering the greatest Bargains in the City. Our Suits liliil mm (K at fr5 a CT F VvE?K 1 -- o a 00 mi m mm ..A5D BIQOI BI C51SG.. mow at HAVE NO $5.00 EQUAL. pLUS M1533!mi3li Good occupation quired by the plants. Enough for 25 plants for year for 50c. Sent by mail on receipt of exper- one e' the It ;'s economy to profit by have been Pr PLANT NOURISHMENT CO., ience of others Thousands jel-l- w Greenville, Tenn. by Hood's Sarsaparilia, why not cured dissipation. the elements ot "a perfect plant soil. Easily prevents mental applied by dissolving In water ordinarily re- An Odorless Chemical Dressing, containing all H CAAre all OUE SUITS AT I v! wool,well made and are standard as heretofore. "We have all-wo- ol Suits at that are worth dollars more. you. be ll Where wisdom is bliss 'tis folly to Frankfort Ss GinciQuti ignorant. Kfc. $ S.00 9.00 10.00 $ 1.00 1.25 1.50 A Man Who is Tired In Effect May 1,1838.1 See our Children Suits I The Chinese surname comes first in- - stead of last. greatest suffering and unhippiness in after life. Little irregularities and Carelessncss in girlhood causes the weaknesses in girls should be looked after promptly and treatment given at once. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription promotes regularity of all feminine functions, ma"kes strength and builds up a sturdy health with which to meet the trials to come. The Fai orite Proscription is not a universal panacea. It is good for but one thing. It is directed solely at one set of organs. Dr. Pierce's Common Senso Medical Adviser, a 1008 page raedital work, profusely illustrated, will b sent free on receipt of 21 t tamps to cover postage only. Addresi. World's Dispensary Jledical Association, Bufj falo, N. Y. It ouo-cent i A clover pauper needs money, not brains, in a wife. - h -- ol with plenty pf exerciso iathelopon air Aperson's character Is but Her form glows with' healtbland her till aftet"wedIoekJ! face blooms with Its hoautl "If her system needs the cleaning action of a Eczema. Tetter. laxative remedy, Bhe uses tHe gentlt The intense itching and smarting inciand pleasant Svrup of Figs,piade by dent to these diseases is instantly allayed the California Fig Syrup Co. only. by applying (Siamrjerlain's Bye and Don'? forget 'that'the wises! owloc- - Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases to- have been permanently cured by it. It casionally lioot's at the wronK' tnne. in osinatlv pfflciaot for itching Piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples r chapped- hands, cWlblainfl, frostbites ' Did vou sav that you were inol feel- - and chronio sore eyes. .AS cts per box. z and that your RtddichTFaB ont of order? 9 Well then, tiy ii bottle , Dr. Ciy'8.;C0.gPwfer8, are . MTt.CS r. yl"W"-- ovrujj peiaLpuuyou jait whata horse neede when in bad are surepi riei. onKipauoniaaain-fwWl- i codftfOB. Tonic, blood purifier and ?ure(L Sick hedori) cured. varftnifnge. iThey aVaBot food bat dim at VintlflB it. OHIBkeweu. ""-- ifc m Greateslboonte,mr aklnd aadlto belnjt seiliclne aaa the beat' 1 nae to pat a Dr.- - Caldwell's Syrup appr6CJated.T)v.fhfQ8ad. Price 5 prime coaditiOH lOcj will get That's Success Is theonIy. attainable goal TepriirisV whsre ,awSrterit rewedyforthe you a ttfclHze hr ttle. larger ilies 50c is preinHbis world, and even that BlUlUaun mill,, , !. p.i-g..- . r v,. r iw w.iii- smrtaWvwitb1Itb4i .The Chinese Degijp,SaiiiBrwlUi des- Absolutely ul carious. t li jL.t'i aert ...IjV-- J .JU aooRw ttfib 'tooitipa- - P . : ", . ion of the Vtfpg9kcyo r ..... t. nws. ' -utntr wjgjgti.T m . rt jj 'Wasa.-- T " n.. , ,Har H TB UB'tmil1W)'iV-'V"61Jp"i...i. TW teur, xneniy km.- wesirrrawwit iw. ""! hmUdi u9 ,i,i,;uin. mh iu.rntn tr tmmMnf " Ve.want to buy a horMta s&ateh oar vonSlnifgeatioi-- : ! i -l8 pMn(it UK? IroaWay, 14 tele ha&a, to Be driven .a,JeBaf3yHp ri JQ H1APQ llll SBJBBK SW IIM imi d Thrives Modern Beauty!1. on good food and sunshine, The All tho time, owing to impoverished DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. blood, should take Hood's Sarsaphis blood arilia to purify and enrich EAST BOUND. and give him vitality and vigor. a.m. p.IJ. 3 00 . 630 This condition of weakness and lack of Lvc Frankfort- .643 320 energy is a natural consequence of " Elkhom.- ..6 51 332 SwiUer. the coming of warmer weather, . 702 343 Stamping Ground Duval.Us.. which finds the system debilitated .7 03 358 . 720 406 . ' Georgetown and the blood impure. 4 15 . 800 Georgetown. A g(Od spring medicine is a necessity Lve Newtown. 8 12 442 Sar- Arr Centre vttle.. 4 52 .822 with almost everyone. Hood's take 458 82S Elizabeth saparilia is what the millions .840 5 10 Paris in the spring Its great power to WEST BOUND. purify and enrich tho blood and a.m. p.m. the facts of Lve Paris .. .... build up health is one of mayll-l920 530 542 -- 932 common experience. An Elizabeth ... 5 48 -- 933 ' Centreville 553 -- S43 Jiewtovvn.. of many aman is mereTin j greatness 10 00 603 ' Georgetown. ly thil possession pf a clever wife. 10 40 630 Lve Georgetown. 6 41 -- 10 56 Arr Duvalls- .11 10 - 6 48 11 Park, Sharon, Wis , writes: -- "I S. Stamping Grounds 6 59 1125 . -- .. Hazel Salve Switzer. have tried DeWitt's Witch 7 06 1135 Elkhorn.. for itching "piles and it always stops U55 720 Frankfort consider them ia two minutes. C. D. BEBCAW, Genl Pass. Agent vviwh TTaznl Salve the Greatest cure on the market." Douglas & GEO. B.HABPER, Gen'l Snpt. pile Frankfort, Kentucky. 'Wines. umbrella in a i Don't carry a MASTEB COMMISSIONER'S crowd; either put up or,shut up. W hen bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. may5 lyr m If you want to see great values. Our Line d Shoes ire Mm For hM of Eicelk&ce. OUR S1.25 SHOES Are all solid leather. OUR Must be seen to be appreciated. That will be an eye-open- er 51.50 BOY'S SHOES to you. -- You need a Hat and can't afford to let our alL Fur Hat I De-wjf- fo half-ope- n Pass you by in a number of styles and colors. Our hats at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, are such that you usually pay a great deal more money for. At $LOO Uotice to Creditors! SUmso.-- f CiBCtnr Coubt. PcrryCLong's Admr., Tl'f., " against ... I . Parry 0. Long's Heirs, sc, ueit's. i JU1 persons having claims against the estate of Perry C. Long are hereby notified to file the same legally verified, witXthe undersigned on or before the 1st day of August, - 1388, orsaine oi wffl b bsxreu. C. M. C,M-ei-3- w How are you fixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Eixings we show am elegant line at prices that any one can afford to "buy. o? rm-rS- .n -- LOST 00G! - o: g Tl- -1 if,. t mmieawu Kentuciya.W"--TMtj.li. A liberal reward will irn.4 bepaldforherretura terrae t RlchBoador Lost on the lath day of May from Richraead. Jr? , ho'ia., ., j: r Tiinks and Valises - In large quantities. ii -- Give us a call if you wan i ui save iudiicj. , . 1 sjmh y expt . .- f - 'Notice toGreditors!rr s" .i .1 I sssssm ii u w . ,'u X-J- waSI rmmr 1 iUiai bow J. Laftw pr. 5 j hftiienaof ry win KioliOBl-p- a oeawy d ftta&ioemm Jwafly' mrkdr. At B. 1 beeet L ;1 i r ewtfwswr. & - . J 'Dw? &a r m&.ui,?iJBiZTs: 3ras;--iib&vwrnMiK 3f :iw rtr It. m&cowh j nprj m in 1 "- l - 1 ...-H- IA . jw MsiH JLL - - a igrts i. wmoiJirwyTOiBMo, -- rg-r-T- Kg- ImSM wi 'nr-rlt.S- - Ill ll rflth -- "-- .. t 'T UHIWI .- - . - ... IIWiniT Tl m - ... v, .&- T IM ijsm - , m iM - . i ....- BV r" i ' . .v & mmmm&M' mtmmmwmv3s?'mwmr'vmmlBSSriHSSSSi HBSiaBBllKU V.SV 3&2&X m & je-- -,r, JF P m'- - mat ? m -dm . t'' 7 i 41 - Ji II m t T rN i - ;. J riilil l rrrmiv C L. mm I -- - ' m - jm ctk Ftfiter;TkrSfcMr, Be: alter. ; " Mft v 1 - JW-- ( ' X . ife r ''; 11 1 ft iK.a'V. U. T. Jart?5Btir .1bjV ;& "Vm.T . BSSa:5Hr- -s f.JEJ0Ji5 ''flBaW'T-fWrT" rsr. W B HT AH - : bW UB. HV a-- .'. : &fiCM&KWsaft'xoe9r 41rX.iirotfodfaty, MoW'a xuar a2iaWcol6rea'olksSl6te. Al' Mad.. 3 lace uorizwitaiai a - ? v TrElevenfJi Annual Seion . . cf the - - should Imow ' 5 . I 1 1 J- 1 I" rV j3SS2f viU,. 57a "" ... IH CW-J'3i2i J 'tJOTpwXf1111 9PBB a)I?5ing fri that'UX.' be fC;HM NhAlivvrtaH9H . .i fc .. 1 H , Y -- A;eYikn1 'Ityfn tt, 7ffWAJ , . - I " J , 1 r:'ling clerks! " f, '' "Jone3.. Water Tr. Sfc. is due aetoaly to the originality and Jl '.,,i!ih.il!''i," w'i PP? V'PDE jW TY - Second tocfe?driUlmntvMA tl.A. Tkich iCo. .OB3y,,Ka3"we,wisk PilTow all the importance true and original remedy. genuine"Syrup.of. "byithei-CAi.iFORKiA ii impress iipoa. As the V0.Ctnnn the OH1 '3E V - - r , W?r -- "- i3ss! m c v ' '. t . W i Xy e - i)K !. . ..fc S fc - - jj 0353533; .? ? s o ???? oSocoooo; cccssccs rnK ,,, - " imitations manufactured by.ollicr parties. The high standing- - of the CaIi- 'FORiaA Pip' Srucp Co. with the medi- cal profession, 'and the satisfaction: which .Jhe genuine Syrup of Figs.has .given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the "excellence of its remedyt It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the Iddncys, Oliver and (ft bowelsvlthout "irritating or weakenS ing them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial the narac of f ffi jj me woaipanj CALIFORNIA HG SYRUPJCO. t SAX,rjCANClSOO, CL . . - Fib Stbcp Co. that fact will 'assist oae'in avoiding' th worthless j only, Egs is raamirf actured s .LOCIsVUXCKr. KKwVouS.7t.1r- - Jan5-i- y ! 1 V 9- -- lJV 31 ."--' - rjtlt 'w h ir J2 ; ;- -, . : .. n 3'"'' i 33352353r. - o i Hi! M. JP LOUISVILLE, KY I I ' - ui la SiilwH. Time of Trains at Winchester, WESTBOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom .... 6 55 am .... 7 30 am .Eastern Express for Iauisrilie 3 00 pm Morchesd and Lexington Accom- . :50 pm V lJJew2'orkXmitd-R.F' EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexin'ston and Morehead Accom -- 11 5S am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pmLexington and Mt, Sterlins Accom 9 23 pm Washington Express .. AccoiSinodation trains ran daily except S2n- -, trains dayChersleeping run daily. car service to and dining TferMgrs 5P $, hmm m: :. The Ladies1 ResLiuiiint is' the .finest m the cit-- . v Every convenience for ladies '.speridfng' .the' day in he Genliemen's Office lloorr Cafi! 011 . flWRUMR RBB " "".. ' .Newatert. " -- Fqrformation, rates or sleepereservations K. HOOD. Ajjent L.&Jf3Iy., call o& OEyrrite Richmond , Ey. r. t or GEOfcGE W. BARN'EV, D. 'P. A. C & O. Ry.. Lexington, Ky. i a' MUSIC: Tuesday, Tliure-dand Sunday evening, .THOS. A. MULLIGAN, dccl-l- v EASIER THAI EM. - MANAGER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has madeit"Easier Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas, Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip --to the above mentioned ? X look & ;- crncli M - territory. The Central is the only line which runs .Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibniled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday S 18am Arr Memphis Friday. 7 45pm ..ew Orleans triday. Arr 20pm Lve New Orleans Friday 8 45am Arr Houstan Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antoiio Saturday Arr Elpaso Sunday Arr Los Angeles Monday Arr San Francisco Tuesday .. ... . "Hue, Suc, 3oTuao bus.. atvd 3VccAeTv Four of the lest Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly. .3 45pm 5 9 20pm 15pm Ttaij lit Trat iTuIrr Crate to CiCIWiii. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to communicate with E. H. Fowler, Traveling Louisville, Ky. Wu. Alttobd Kelloxd, A O. P. A., A.-ILonisville, Ky. Haxsos, G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, 111. Passcn-gerjAgeI. In the Prudtntal, you are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans.. In Accident Insurance we again give the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. je2-i- y 261 Second Street, Up'Stairs. R. N. I, & B. R. R. Time Table No. 33. Taking Effect day, May 2, 1S93. kast Booan. Mon2d Class. 1st Class. Ko. 1 No. 3 x0. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun El Sun THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can be A.M. P.M. .A.M. 6 52 5 30 ... 10 22 Versailles 7 35 6 48 1102 NicholasvOle 8 00 8 20 41 25 Valley View. 11 41 8 13 8 50 Million 8 30 9 15 Richmond- - ... 11 5 P. M. 10 00 12 13 .. Union 10 05 12 16 Moberley. . 10 25 Brassfiefd 12.30 12 25 . . Panola-- . VIM .... 1135 ... 1 05 Irvine An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocura, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, I coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE . ... . BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afUicted reader of the Climax JforSTNo. 4 I No. 8 No. 10 writing for them. . thousands, His "New west boukd. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun permanently Treatment" has cured he considby its timely use, and ers it a simple professional duty to suffering A.M. P.M. P.M. A. M humanity to donate a trial of his infallible 11 55 . . . .. 2 (W Irvine cure. . 2 25 ... 105 Panola Science daily develops new wonders, and 1 20 2 30 nrasstield this great chemist, patiently experimenting for 1 45 ... 2 41 Moberlev years, has produced results as beniCcial to 2 47 Union humanity as can be claimed by any modem 3 15 Richmond.. ... 6 05 2 15 genius. His assertion that lung troubles and S 30 6 20 3 00 .. Million consumption are curable in any climate is 3 25 6 31 Valley View 3 45 proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," 4 10 6 58 4 S0 Nicbolasville filed in his American and European laborato' 7 53 6 10 5 00 Versailles ries in thousana mm those cured in all parts " I A.M." the world. P.M. P."m". P. M. ofMedical exper concede that bronchial, Mr. Matt Hacker .visited friends here All trains connect with Louisville Southern chest and lung troiiles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer- Saturdny and Suuday. trains to and from Louisville-All trains connect with C N. O. &T. P. trains tain death. A farmer near, here has a toll gale on Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C, 98 to and from Cincinnati. New York, giving postofflce and express J. W. ROCK, Train Dispatcher. his. premises. Ho let. thepublic pass address, and the free' medicine will be promptW.-ADAMS. Superintendent. ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advaninside a gate to get around some bad tage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer road, but he collects toll. Surely when Jly7-l- y in the Richmond Cukjx. .... throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn . . have not been proDerly buried, and no attempt has been make to protect living j. W. HAMMOND, OF L0UIVILLE, ELECTED STATE COMMANDER. people irom contagion. Surgeon' Genif eral Sternberg has made a report on , Lexington Leader. thisuhject to the Presiilont, and ithas J. W. Hammond, of' Louisville, was had great 'weight with him. elected Department. Commander of the k Kentucky G. A. It, after a hot canvass " A still further argument is that the. made by the friends ol Col. Colin, of condition of our- - volunteer troops will the Louisville Anzeiger. J.J. Barnes, not justify the. Government in lakfug of this city, was elected Senior Vice them intOfCuba at present. The re- Commander, and C. C. Vaughan, of cruits which haveibeen brought,, into Russellville, was elected Junior Vice the camp near Washington haveshown Commander. Dr. J. E. Meredith, for a physical weakness that has given Medical Director; J.. E. Cooper, for great concern at theAVar Department. Chaplain, and George W.j Saunders, On Friday last the weather was very Historian, completes the principal ofhot the thermometer markecLa maxi- ficers elected. Covington, - Glasgow-- , mum of 92 and iu marching two miles Mayfield and Paducah are makine a from- the .railway station to the camp hot fight for the next meeting, with under tboafternoon sun a large num- the chances strongly favoring Covingber of soldiers fell by the wayside, over- ton. , come by the heat. It was the first hot The.addrcss ot welcome to the veter-an- s day of the season; they had come from was toade by Judge. Settle, and the a cooler climate, and were" wearing:, response by Gen. Hobson, of Grcens-burheavy woolen garments, woolen socks More than 500 visitors are in at and stiff leather shoes to M'hich they tendance. The.encampment will cloi;e One of the tonight were not accustomed. crack regiments, from Philadelphia, The Woman's Relief Corps, which is which arrived later in the day. after in session here, elected Mrs. Mary A. walkfng four miles was so demorlized Forstner, of Newport President, and by fatigue that the boys preferred to lie Miss Anna Payne, of Louisville, Senior down at once and sleep; 011 tiie bare VicoPriesident. Tho ladies' G. A.P.. ground rather than exert themselves in elected Mrs. E. A. Burch, of Louisville, cooking supper- and erecting tents. Department President The meetings Regular army officers assert that these of all thrco organizations will come to unseasoned soldiers would be worse a close than worthless in the climate of Cuba, Late to bed and early to rise, prer and that it will take at least three months in the' hot temperature of the pares a man for his home in the skies. Gulf States to acclimate them for Cuba Early to bed and a Little Early nisei', the pill that makes life longer and betwarfare. ter and wiser. Douglas & "Wines. "Ono Minute Cough Cure js the best CASH PRIZES. preparation T havo ever sold or used and I can't say toomiueh in it's praise." Large cash prizes and other valuabljl L. M. Keunon, Merchant Odell, .Ga. gilts are offered .by the J. C, Aver Co., Douglas & Wiues. ' v. of Lowell, Mass, for collections of Health Proverbs." Returns must bo CORRESPONDENCE. in by August 1, 1S98. Begin your collection at once, nnd write them for . . - 'Woodla'ndrark.Iucinaton. Kv.June V" t ' jB'nseu lor.w "1M1T ' 1 ' rt 2Sth Jo July'Otli inclusive. The whole ' ' l,J., jfj " ...--! .. ! Sl?i i f edged rhflles !is under tha charge tf haweii known mzkut galubred .rpwsofribbpuraTloila'tle Qliantauqua manager, l)r. Vil JD. " 'h-- ! wafst? who lias 30 successful in the U.3 1,1,1?:ti.'..".VJ..:A..... - Hrwjconsiuerouiiiie - conduct of this Assembly fpJthelast sasoesi . liiuuoii J.TF " rbixjears. Noxpense lias J his year anWe, B6vleeMutvr'tliird Monday.- ajirWfit, eepecmily wuen plaldeof - Nifirf6ViIIe,f Jessamine oanntn third v3fbet.graduatJon,j:ovns arja made, n tbqen spnred jn.,the preparatio'h of the ,..;il program, which is as strong jaid I- -"' ..? - iUi.five-j)iece-s skirt8a : Mttndy.i; '' SVuibliester, 'Clark COUMtV, as willbe offered by any Ghautau.-ciu- a Cliillou wielics trim black-- , silk,r -i . satni.joipesiver-- effectivelyr in America. You can hej;e, at m- if" jritn4arv- TrieUbdice of the'nonular rirfdirifr bigiiiflcam.cost, securo outing and rest, . wooufordconnty, fourth jhiit"iisrt, Jengtli ;eoat,' ieujpymeiit and lntructiou. Thero will Monday; Is tho best tor FtmtltX nubia. Corrects all and rcacjiing wjlKt " be .class work, along thelines of Normal, irToOTilnrtt'oalnlcomrtlnOrirans. ShOUluoe sr Elocution, physical TrainningjTempe:-liinetaken for Cbsr of Life and Jacforo svuuu ma tle'hips. lf- !Pltaters "OIJ TIae Keatsies nayo ..". ".r IJuring Children's. Missionary. Woman's tost for twenty years; sliirt waists)f '. .. j :.;f-."' New Ppencer Medicine - 4 the smartest typewill be worn, MHlh JiCluUstaiid. rublic- Hchool'ijachers'- Madaonlyby icncosa, iraucBK.' Cc, Chat-inf5dium'"Ien"gth circular sliirts' for ey- -' worKWvSBSL- GOOD REASONS F0R.N0T rrURRYING.TUE;! mite-- Tho music, which is of iheflii&hesb, Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. r; r5VAfe ' v . ..MuictnM w. wwoIllllWtUII nc run t r Jittio' girlsvear sashCS quite hs ex.- ortier wiuiuciuuo r. oaxion lamaasiianu a. White. 5 tensivelyas their'elders. two concerts daily. in (V.-E- . Curtis in Chicago ; - Dainty, silver bonbonuiers containr Glee Club aiid Male Quartet. The In, 6ne reason fordefcrfing: the invasion I ing Ditroiiu's'TrrgesthtTablets.are car-t- .i diana State University Glef Club, HDD .1 .. .v "fur..! V; of'Cuba ia a'conftdence on thepajtof ...iUr 'seventeen "jolly college Jioys; Madam if the Spanish ileet may jo dbtaiuedatiJ.lJarclay stniot, Cecelia' Eppinghousen Bailey, the great the IVcsidcut-thn- t Iloportftd every Tuesday at noon by is destroyb(Litvill not bo necessary t Now YorkT dramaucsoprano.and Miss Sybil 4 E Deatherago & Co., Staple and send- a largo army across-thgulf country as the has touredjthe Width acioss the shoulders, Js Hie, Fancy Groceries, IHchmtmd, Ky. stream, lie. believes the Spaniards will aim of soloist of the celebrated Chicago Mar- A correspondgive i;r and Capt. Gen. Ularico will re- ing slcndcrnc'ss must exist at the waist. Prof.- A. E. Aldrichiand his EGGS-OV- .to 7c in trade. ceive orders lo surrender antlevactate The leading color in Paris is navy famous .choir. "BUTPElt -- Choice country, 10015c. onho best terms ho "can got. There blue. TuNew York, just now, griiyJs On the lecture platform will; appear BEESWAX 2025c. " is ' much coniidebcfr .on this point ultra smart; Biich men as Rev. Sam P. Jonesj Bishop si DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. that tho .terms of evacuation have alTho leadjngfancy in millinery is to John H. Vincent,, President E. Ban. "WOOL Clear grease wool, )G13c; ready, been di6cuhSed1in'YVa&liingtpn. adorn the'bri.m of the hrtt, wliich turns Andrews, Alex Black in his famous burry, 1015cr tub washed, 25c. Tho withdrawal, of all the Spanish up dire'etly in front. ,The crown' is picturo plays; Phillip F. Matzinger in CHEESE Countryr 10c. forces fronTCuba as rapidly as pocsible rather low. crayon lectures; JahuDeVv'itt Miller, TIMOTHY will bo demanded. We want no prisLight tan and pearlrgray gloves for Lee the "Artcinns Ward" CLOVER oners i'n(his war. If the Spaniards' dressy afternoon occasions are stitched of the present time; biographical stud40 BLUE GRASS SEED-Stripwill agree to clear out anil sfa- out with black, white, or their own shider ies, Prof. Hf V. RicBards in scientific 50c; extra clean, G0 75c; faucy clean, they will be allowed to- do. so with Numberless ornaments aro seen, the lecture illustrated by experiments; pure seed, $l1.3a great pleasure.niid may carry their arms extensive use of chiflbu, mouseslino Chas. Montaville Flowers in superb BEANS $1 00S1.50 per bu. ' with them. ,. desoie and other such airy stulTs re- impersonations; dialect, readitigs by IRISH POTATOES-Sl.i- :5. quiring tlicm. "SHOULDER MEAT 6c. Will B"..Gano and Miss Georgia Ray ' Anolh.er cause of the delay is the Very little crape, comnaredtd the McMillan; Dr. M. M. Parkhnrst, Mrs. BACON 710c. President's reluctance lo expose our sombre draping of bygono days, is W. F. Crafts, Mrs. Clara Hoffman, Mis. HAMS 10c. e soldiersio the climate of worn by ladies in mourning nowadays. A. R. Bourne, Col. George W. Bain, By Old Established House hopes the next naval battle will iriake . The high linen collar is losing cests Miss Elizabeth Shelby Kiukead.will Ji'gh Grade Sfan or Woman. J U1VVUU iw,j rh-- .l, .tnnrtlm-- . in Vtf JTP, it unnecessary. Surgeon-Generamong ladies "who have discovered aleo be heard with treat delight. act as Manager here and do office work and the armv, viiO sees the Presi-de- that it makes their necksjollow- On July 2d there will bo a monster correspondeuce at their home. Business already every day, is opposed to underVeils are delightfully scented by Children's Parade and Flag Drill with $9(10. built up and established here. Salary stamped envelEnclose taking rainy season, on the, ground that wrapping them round a bolster-Iiltof ' Old Glory" to the ope for our terras to A. P. T. Elder, General the presentation Manaccr, 189 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., the sanitary conditions in. and around saehet'bag filled with Florentine orris Chautauqua, when Governor Bradley First Floor. apr6-3army will be camp- powder. llnvana,where the Evei.yx Uaijli is.oxpected to give tho address. ed, are toot only naturally very b:td, but The Fourth of July will be 11 great havo been agurevated' ia lhosfc serious Bucklen's Ai!nica Sitlve. day with the unique .Sam P. Jones as As manuer by the slaughter .and starvaSalvethe world for Culs. one of tho orators. Some great statestion of the rccdiiccntrailos, Front' re- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuni Fever man will also bo procurrcd whose liable reports received by him through Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- name cannot now be announced in the marine hospital Service, blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, view of the conditions existing in our that 200,000 persons nave died of and positively cures Piles, or no pay re- country. Full announcement will be This is the grateful exstarvation wMtliin. Havana Province quired. ,It is guaranteed to give perfect made niemorablo and worthy of patrou-agpression ot the thirsty duringr the last twelve months, G,O0O satisfaction or money refunded. Price soul who tastes the liquids ironi, yenow ieer, z.ow irom uuiiru 2o cepts per box. For sale by Perry & Bishop John H. Vincent, the founder fever, 12.000 from dysentery, 7,000 from. Thomas' Drugstore, Successors to V. of the Chautauqua movement, will cooled by ice made from malarial fever, and 5,000 from small G. White. decl5-ly- . graduates. make the class of the year pure distilled water by pox and other diseases. Nothing whatJuly 8th is College Day with a conthe Richmond Ice Facto- ever has been done to remove the cause test between representatives of leading B. A. T V ....... a. 0 neutralize tliT results. The dead colleges with the first "prize $75 and --'J-..- - . umx. s s 't i Miw ' ibb&. t mr'n jt .i ttat'ttae j j. .,,. WbbI aW APiH '','' .LhV BT F bV m m mm ' m. mPrmm :a - JWii . .sBBBsr laaaaaaaaaiiiaaB Biaaaaaaaai aB ' .. . . " n, B"f"fc "A "!" i,mW I BkpBf iBaBBBBBf liil I a B np-tbVI- M - - ' '1 -- " ."- '' 5" - - bril-llia- ut y thrco-quart- er -- tiglit-flttin- g. mnmw': Timea-Herald- ChHd-Blrt- e. iutd-sunulle- r,! - . . . -- .. -, " . - - - 'k. "'7fc BBBBBBBbVI BBUJ SP rANiriY fiilTHAM T ..BBBBBBWrTK I - t()r. "BB lByWaTlBBBBBBlBBBBBBVBBBBlBBBBBMHPMririfA!M. ,fc . - ... . " '.,. dec8-ly- I i!iff VE7XTTT1 fci f lliMlill septs-U IlliP 0mr t'U BBBBBBBBBBB ItBBBBBBBV -- KJ 1 ATT DRUGGLST.S The-Sshube- rt ..r"""1 -- -" - - n-- -i - Sam-mis,V.v- - e present-fashion- . ind-Band- ; - , - , -- -- - " Manual of Pkoiugraphy, by enn Pitman and Jerome B. Howard. A perfect , Over 355,000 sold. Thousands l have mastered it ; so can yea. Sold ic booksellers, cr we will senj. with Reader and Phanegrapl :c Copy for $1.25. Catalog and full information free to those who wish to investigate first. Send name on postal card. by-alIVicuo-graphBcck-post-pai- s HORTHAftD ELF-TAUGKT how? study Sthc o, " , .-- m ? . - zi - FARM ERS1 . - :::;::::..:: it :::::::: : : : : ' ' s 1 : - - - -- : .. .' -- SEED-51.50S- l.iy. .50. THE BENN PITMAN SYSTEM has for 44 years been the standard. Called by U. 5. Bureau cf Education " The Amer- OSttM ) . Do you need a Plow 'TUKMmiMft- - TrMHlAiacAHin A Harrow, A Corn Planter, A Wagon, or other -. p:.'We are K)le agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Hardware Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of and Tinware. Tla Rooting aad Outtcriog a Specially. liiiisiiujpieii!;;, a Fair-child- s, SEED-S2.75$3- ped, ican System." First prize, World's Fair. The FHONOGRAPinc Institute Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 222 W. 4th St., - -. 3Ce. A - h Louis 1.' Mmi m TAVI a m. tjb- - .OIP? --" - ros, : . - Cuba,-and-h- No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. Willis' , Richmond.Ky. , on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8lb, 18.98, .7 o o fS9eeHiti..9-- ttott'?i;;zi;;;;;;;ii-'??T-:::ZZ......aaaMaaai 3 a al Stein-beri,.- returning every second Wednesday of each Richmonth. Reference every mond, Ky. feblG-l- y. of nt o 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE rTRUTf lRJ "" The-Be- st "is Ul Ice." 10 y rJ KB Ibr 2 afs reossw "We 81 W a 28 BBaafset " si3e va. aa Truck oof fer - o. opinion freo qnlcklr ascertain invention Is probably patentable. Communications stricUrconfidcntuU. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securlnppatenu. Patents taken through Munn A Co. recclvo tpectat notice, without charge, tn the ia Anyone sending a sketch and description whether an oar max Trade Marks Designs Copyrights have foun'd it best to we sell and when we - - .,1 clo t - Scientific fimericam A handsomely Klustrnted weekly. -- of any sdentlflc Journal. Tcnns. $3 a year: four months, L Sold by all newsdealer. competition. If instead of tllinr practiced what we have coiiit- to we would parade before the pn tifull polished lies, w1 MUNN &Co.3G,Broad. New York, 625 'JUL I .......... .... Branch Offlce, BUMPS 2:04 3-- 4. P St., Washington, D. C. S-27 the second 25. Special rates will be furnished on the railroads. Admirable opportunities for tenting and camping in beautiful Woodland Park with ample boarding accommodations in the hotels and homes in the city of Lexington. The detailed tillustrated program may be secured by addressing Chas. Scott, Business Manager, Lexington, Kv. NEW COMPARTMENT CARS BSiHFree delivery, in any quantitj', and on short RUBENS1EIX 2:03. notice. i. not offend, would mislead t dispense with diplomat y and ": truth, hence" when we represent .1 m 7 anv other iriworth S2. Swf.N1 l Jroueunv. it-- 1 depend upon tHll!. t laf .. ..,,,. ctni'ii x ; money tifig your . ,l 2 f w - M for standard goods don Wl nut ; nuiiy-1- v. -- David R. Tevis, MANAGER. neadacho bad7 Get Dr. Miles' Pale Pills. , rPreemh trtt . XS-V- .,, for qH -- V Piione, No. 2.1. us. S r - Cincinnali to Chicago via Pennsylvania Short Lino. Eggs, f or Sale! Mrs. II. H. Colyer is now prepared to furnish you the very highest production of Plymouth Rock Kgjfs at 50c for 15. Just half what you pay for inferior eggs. Orders filled promptly and deliverei to any firm in Richmond. Respectfully, mch23-3MRS II. II. COLYER. m .."BARITONE" O 29461.. X&ZrK'ZtZ ", .it'ia11 trial 2:23V.) - Paitola. Pine-stree- t, Hi SOUTHERN RAILWAY. ) wmMmimwmm'A (JX KENTUCKY In.rfTcct May 1. 183S. KAfTTorsTt. Lv LouUrnic ....... . 2Jo. . L(So.L Na3. DeK&K. J Tfis Leading Specialists 20 YEARS " At Suelbv-ii:eAr.LaTcnceu'if..... Ar Versailles " -LvS'KT?tOOXl. Lexin-nn.-- i Ar Yorrttlle. - Ar L"renrb"TAr LouUvilic Trains Nos. ""lUSTHO-CNU- .... Ai Shcibyville- 1, .. . . '$' fgiti ' - 4.06pm 7.4.1pm i &.33pmi e.07pm aaunzn :ai6am CEpm 10.09pm i(l45am. T.aapm laX'pri No.4- ! No. 6. iNaS- ".t'aa 4.40pm: Mfam 5.27asi aiCara. 8.3Tiami i.30pm. 6.45am': 9.27am aipml 6.23am lOKi;im UOam C 'uam t.(Him; of America IN OHIO. Matlison county's free pikes wear out and the travel is turned through bars and gates to get aroundniud holepj will it bring about tho toll system again? Will mud holes causo .pikes to be built again and toll to be collected on them? And shall we haveraideis and free pikes again? If so we would be remind of Soloraan. 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE I .fiS 2, 5 and carry Free Obsexva- - . TfTESTBODSDu v Loul-vilA- N. - IXlNo. U r 4.U)pm ' - 'T.Shim :a43am)ArHarodAbgAr 4.40pm 7J6om Tjpin 105amlAr Burgln. . Lvl 4.SQpml 76saa 2USTBOEXIJ. STATIOKS. WESTBOnKD. v.aTcun,Ar uarncurjtAr- d.3psi No. 11. 7Ji0pm ias5aza fL2Som iNo. JXTNo.. l Aiiiron' ;.4Uanj 'No. 16.ltNo.64. 7.50pm .S - ..' Mr" - . a;..CKtmiWilSam Ar wawir '5pailiwwi r "P??ctf'" ttStym Georgtn w ' 4.15pm Ar Versllcs Arj Art 7.46aaii 3.;3b Lvl 7.15&ml 3.00pm STATTO-tS- Thousand of vonnc and middle-aire- d men are troubled with this disease many unconsciously. They may have a smart ing sensation,, small, ttristing stream, eharn cuttinir pains at times, flicht dis- charge, difficulty .in commencing, weak organs, cmi5ion, and all tbo symptoms of Dervous debilitv thcr have STRIC TURE. Don't lcttloetora exceriment on you. by catting, stretching, or .tearing you. imswuinotcureyoa.nsitwillre-tam- . Our NEW JIETI10H TREATMENT" absorbs the etrietcro tissue; hen co removes thoFtrietare permanently. I tean never return. Ho nain.no saffeiu iag; no detection from, business by our method. The sexual orvaasarBfrtreErth- coed. The .nerves are invigorated, and we puss or mancooa returns. " CA.sritC.M). jXfl, LrtNo. JT T l: . wtsBTBOirsn. :Nb-- e.?tNo-- .. tin itepaj,Lv XulsvU.Ar Waam 'Mem, . 1 LCanv ..1Lbs' ....... lAr Irrtse 1Jijb;. sTATtey6. X.T m. JJ 7.3pmJ Ar NlchSvill Af diium Lv Versaes Lv 'Oom! 8.39pin!Ar lUefcEa&d Lv beoam ilioto Z.Wrpm No 7. 4.J0JWI Lcolsville Axncswe jitoM .40JLS2 ETbKi5an3s of rounc and.icWdlo-aretheir, texual vicor and i .Titality oontioatllf.wpped by .thisdif- ense.' xney are ircqntmuv uocobfcious .AttnaeauiTliiesefevmntAsfL IHiiwrl Vail.' Weakness. Unnatinal iou Manhood. NenraeBCSfl.LPDor Mets- ery, IrritAbflUr, attiswi BmMtinpSB-- . d WE CURE GLEET "Way WoBe; - CaMftgtS " iutu, c?tifi&LjC(jefft--wnBawr,nes- . rBvste"fir .. "finelv-- ! The highly" cf tvomeHJ'.s"i . ! jccis (nan - o if icjxvjs.ot-nervoc- crBan"?dliUtV" inmfiiftin.1 nf ncrvoM uBMlfliilt. ..,ii '" iJJ - WKSC'hr' ET . . "ArJCatavlMc. '" ??S ,' T-- v V3ftr3acltevle,-- , r GSltBt8 ?..... -- "$JtHUMa "Ar- . JacksoBvUte "Ik rHaUMreeca ' 'Ar' HI ai.'psaato " ,, , .. ?.,. . .., taa-s- ' IrLvpQ 8.15pm ? .ilSfWl 7.38P9 cjeam 80am lLMftsi .., 9JSasi raar.bo the cauve. Don't consult fanrilr experience in. ooetorvas rtfcesc special mseafes-uofe- 'i alew Quacks to cxperitacat-o- n yozi Consult ... .. ..... r.. uyiauMiiCMaauu. .trflffieo.-- XJarlKW tayave.o - and t calmnesjderrJifScnlt', which isriecesi. fSary rorsppyworaamirKxia pciy ppssiwe urocjiojvKciinHjc uiganu?Bi is. m ia perfectly hetlthy aonditionJ 7f'thera,be anyealipess or rangesient,in.."th!sVTc- - t)tce"rinina.lKc-roerital.oo"s- e ,t .V.. . 11.3tlp 7.pnMK jHtriiiuu xtTia..i-.,wiuvoiy care you; Oae- thoumid dollars tor a csso we Aecept- iDrtreatmcnt ana t- - . SSt?.J - -- - Xo. 1 ciitriii '. ? nujuam OfcsjlVcar. jAmlsvflle a ! un M.HMB 1LBM eannotcfirc. TormsmoJoraloioraCurc. CURES SUARAICTEED inRicTrJftOJtfOTEircy OJkAlvr'wf nrirn jwouttBly'Tiealth, nervous jfiffprXranii: capbHity,s "the woiicleffc! .FavoriteitrcptWp'"iayented by Dr. . R."V. citeu!riK physician of. tfr E'l ' 'Mt. J" r', v J(r 1" r IwrrtoiPntlmsm - BaUataB .Stae. lo B antagfcwa. MerMiao andNewOr-- r. also fhgtrm-- t ties "JanUMaflM Jaflkionvtlle aad' OHTTtlwt . yeii'SL5 fAKIWHJKLK. r iwezZjSttSislOXZ: NYflin-rhL-JJl.Kr, gecRkx werie;eoaiec -- SfceperLouisrUta J - JvrVmmvm tw ta,Mte4uB. SMoper Kb. K I nWKY a.nd ffLAnDKH, DmmvoL I. OOXSlTLTATIOlf. FXEE.!i BOOK8i FRKJi If unable ro call .wriUfcr HJftrrOS BLAEK- - lor HOME XKKATMBITT. sf. ocuasani, mi Books Free, containing. alaaWe ib : 9trtjhtiM;;i9sam'&Jicf&iial reKuUrity; in:iliB.ed'Stafc-- t jplaiffm'tto all wspmen. will tie imtt to i r,j. proTQt,)'1"8 ttMjbntmiemll :ifd-ti-qiiick, access, olj'the. eatiro ' taioinf mjtver, at perioekof speciaV wekT ckeap. and js.-st- Uie44'-Hena- : J"cV.rtr ;. New Compartment Sleeping Cars of improved Pullmap Vestibule pattern were placed in commission over the Pennsylvania Short Eino from Cincinnati to Chicago May 15th. 1S0S. Tho new cars were built especially for the Cincinnati-Chicag- o Line and possess the substantial richness characteristic of the service on the Pennsylvania System. Each car ha3 Compartments or private rooms accessible only to passengers to whom they have been assigned, affording'exclusive privileges enjoyed in private apartments at home or in hotels. The Compartments are each luxuriously furnished in different colors, several shades of blue and green predominating. Wilton carpets of special design correspond with the finish. Each Compartment has individual lavatory and is skillfully supplied with the comforts and accessories of a well arranged bed chamber. Besides the Compartments, each car has open sections with roomy beiths, and a commodious smoking and lounging room, the latlr apartment being especially designed for the comforts of gentlemen. The now cars run on Train No. 3 leav ing Cincinnati daily at 8:35 p.m. and arrive Chicago next morning at quarter past seven. Returning, they leave further particulars. Chicago daily at 8:15 p.m., and arrive The. Cuban question and political is' Cincinnati 0:55 a.jn., Central Time. "Day Trains of Pullman BuffetPa.-lo- r sues sink into insignificance withthe Curs and Pennsylvania Standard man who suffers from piles. What he most'desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witcli Coaches leaves Cincinnati over 'the Pennsylvania 'Route 8:50a. m.arlivo Hazel Salve cures piles. Douglas Chicago,-5-: 10, p. in. Leave ChicUgo Wines. 10:00,a. m., arrive Cincinnati 6:05 p m. Ever since the electoral commission For special information address composed principally of judges of the Geo. E. Rockwell, A. G. P. Agj;., Cinsupreme court decided that Hayes and cinnati, O. not Tilden was the rightfully elected' president of the United States, people have had many occassions to confirm, the opinion that judges are no more! able than oilier men to rise above par-- i ty and render a decision against that and wife should know about the pre- party. Thingsare apt to seem to matrj parauon mat ior jiau a century las like the color of the glassea,bo looks; been helping expectantmothers br ng through, cousequentiy we iiave Re- little ones into the world with tut publican judgt-- pronouncing the gerry-- 1 danger arid the hundred and dhe manders mude last Legislature ffiffi incident" and distracttcns unconstitutional, that are against them, tMp&" d,scon"5ts child-birtto 'lit and Democratic Judges leaning to their fffj&r is applied externally, which side of politics in the matter. "A judge is the. only way to get relief. isn't any niore'than a man, after all, Medicines taken internally said a.young Jawyer hero once to his. wilrnot help and may partner. ''I saw the attorney on .the t result in narm. other side give him an apple just now, and I'll bethe'decides tUoca8e,, against ns." It is hardly'as'bacl as that, butit" 'KJtf.iMXW 'JlVO'kA at4- - tU -- 3 r u mam -r m is a fact thafmeu' are but menVlietheri they near the'ennine, or the robes of a' f . priest and we ehall 4ind perfection in". .jthom only when the millenium shall fits and prepares every arrive. Stanford Jourriah organ,- - muscle Jnd Thahainanachinirstaf ts but once ..pait' of the bodyiro"r and stops biit once. You, .can keep i. thecritical hpurllt going longest "and'iribstf regularly by5 rol3S;,child-birt- h of jSts using DeWitt'sXdttle. Early itisenr, the t tortures and pains. iauious'llittio pills for coiistlpatlpn 'and Baby s coming ail siojiiRch and Ih'erdroubles. Doug- quick and easy, ats la & Wines. actioh,5sKdoubly beifi- fit used during the whole a 0M1HA EXPOSITION mi. N ficia!,'if i f period of ipregnaricy. hL 3ke Istfio Uclu&er 31st .. . .He :f -- z per . ... oottic ataii. drug storesJK't lU8l , sr . jr . a " , g. "Till 2iX full-pag- LIGHT OF 1SE WORLD ART" CUUi AJUklVL A.v, JAMiU.1b the greatest trott..ig stallion that ha bceabretl up to now uecau.-- e nis produce 001 race ana out sell the produce of any other tJMon It . ordead. Baron Wilkes sired Oaklahd BaronJeS, "Bumps" 2:04'', uanu uwLesz:ui nuDensiein z:uo Nydia Willftea 2:ll.v Rachel 2:08Ji Baron Rogers 2:03V Baront3;llH -K1 Karon )lI10a2:12Ken Silk 2:10 Baron Crisp l-j Bay Baron i:12JSr Baronmore 2:11, ... jm 5ft5$MEf-ymmt&iim &Z rrfr . Sl yrx v r k &, - Z LP &S T ? $$r &? iA. mTd i "Vi IOU V.1LL FIND THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF ) ' - aV t r "v " M fLS n. TKJ sr 1 -:- Jba CT- - 4 H W ? S23 S OTV M H OR OUR SAYI0UR.1N ' "j ALL RA CE'RBiUORDS. Brara2:lt horse. ' 15 SL3 1 w ng Cost over $100,000 to publish. Containaiearlv e engravings of our Saviourfbyithe; uica. jiioakcia. j.uuuka Hie VI uria.,,DBL an exhibit of all tha great Masters' ideals of the Christ. No other book like itj'ever published. Agents are taking from throi to twenty orders daily. The book is so beautiful that when people see it they want it. Published less than a year and already in its twenty-artedition, some editions consisting of 180) books. The presses are running day and night to fill orders. (Ithas never been sold in this territory,) A perusal of the pictures of this book is like takina a tour among the great art galleries of Europe. The Hermitage, Jrado, Uffizi, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National 0 London. National of Berlin, Belvidere and other celebrated European art galleries, haye all piacen.meir rarest ana greatest treasure? at our disposal that they might be reproduced for xnis supera wore, ulance PICTURES BROUGIITTEARS TO MY EYES says one. "Cleared $150 first week's work with thf tmllr wj w ..I.w.a.W. . M.UJ IU(H niiu ..n. fn. mA ...) , w. ...V ..ww... t!iv. .nntlin. ring and paying for homes from their, men success with thfe great work. Also man or woman, of good church stranding, can secure position 01 juanager nere to do otiice work and h. And It others in the luft tancOs as yet a hftack stallion, snip nose, twovrhfite feet, hand inches high. spring, 1st color, size and action he 'reserat"Jcs h' sir about as much as any colt he "evergt. and has Everything in his favor that ifctakif tomalrenp a high-clastock horse, ss '"T.'" ' ' compara-tively,ayou- ",x m T r S? ' ililllii3' fl7aQIl U -- 1 IW S H xheJH m - - HAWOETH and tikx "kirst atth J SPfiEO, .BREEDING AND INDIVIDUALITY. IBrrcbnc's" 1st dam "Blackness" (2:22i the dam of Barodaise 2t2U.V at and "Baritone" old, trial 2:23V) by r:.... w.!i:ntrtnn. br Kentupkv Princo 2:10 -- nd others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of 30 Ir 2'S; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in the JTeatbrood mare list. Njlicetfcat this colt comes from a great line of fjeedittg' and speed on both sire and dam aid., and itts almost a certainty that his colts wir SO tasVand sell well. Sirvice fee. 510 cash at tim. of senrirp. .!!, usuidire'nra privilege or money .refunded in case riffaUure, J, VAUDlVEji 1 ie fd !. bho MALTA 6pIJATOES. au A T)ISCHAf0WS, wy . a j- M j' r J 1 I - B 3 aprS-3m H ,i: Acrrn D A af if by Dr.and RnzmuTiBU rcllevod Allies' Ncrvo Plasters. ff--v'i Ir: 2 N n K T IV n::i'0 ts7 j snufaeturing.r i i nil Ti uueoer btaas ps.. bena 3 i. NBLB. -- V -- w z . C gy.yn.i fi4 "flit. WPrico !Ua si J-- P. i!i!M List '.e if .Outfits to W. Deraaa COt. Hit E. Favetto SLZ ItoiKmore. UA. Coteicfiisw tree. Printing rc'l 'i ' "C , ,T.'TS to Hi our cikV iCcy icrf'ii.ttTS, ,rf. .ri. Ao-- . .rr-'-f t, J 1 - . . 11 nut.'. ' . In acf.cSw,Ealto.,!-J.t.uJo2U0fiX.-- .'. v. r. C. wli'-cr"- .- ..''! i.ht:.i.:i -- l'ri--3- - co., iv ilk kt w - iTm. . . 1 Kinas ol Single and Double m shovel Pows and all kind 4 rP .ciiaaa a1 .. 1 r i r.-,- ., ,- -. a U--- .. . ! - lb. w "twoi TlVT i'A- - mmSfJF cesiiatW 1"; I FREE: Jao.oo tT'aOLO. BicydcOold Watch, Diamond Wngi or a scholarship jn L V-- v Draughon's Practical Business I-'HCollege, Nashville, Tenn.,or . ? X jfJA Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship in most any other reputable business college or literary school ia the IL-- can betsecured, by doing a little worls ct home for the journaL aa illustrated The a It is elevating in character, moral ia tone, and whole undersigned has a farm of 360 acres, asat or to suit purchaser,' WljieliJhe offers -- specially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with interest and profit by peo- private sale: situated at ple of all ages. Stories and other interesting - V Ol 1 1T1 O i r VTi-lilil-g, dS f uceessors to Shackelford & "Youths-Advocate- semi-monthl- . EVERY BRIDE matter, well illustrated. Sample copies sett free. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Teno. Mention thispaperj augl8-l- y WHITE'S RATION, fe'it Syrup ps:fsiN II iS?CURES CONSTIPATION. DR. CALDVELL'3 HI s by-th- e h, ReadThis and equipped for sale on easy terms. Cal! at over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, my-omce county. f.-J- l t. It is a One neighborhood aad accessible by turnpike to schools, eAarckcij'ailroads, milhi, etc., within a half mUe,ofwhlt4'a Station Post Offleef ten niile freitfehinofed. d TERMS SaVvwili'j6e?!Kiad4 cash balance to suit purchaser-- J For particulars, ' f-&address if one-thir- on the waters of Silver Cref is well watered. There isUno better .laCd in Madison Southern Miftua i M1T . ilpl, nvestment OF LEZINGTON, KY, pay j1 i Gentry, J Co, QbQi fcb3-t- f fy White, Mf',i -- . I have.rented for 1898 the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice, cottages, well located . " . 1 IStWWte's Station .Ky. ancecoajPnnieS,coveSte both; onl- y- wLffvoiTtlvS Yi successful "ame pnnej-B- (He i 1' 8JU iJ'-i- IV .stj , &5v " jsn2fi-t- f Attorney and Agent. think of some Idea Who canslmpla tutus lopaienu ECOMBMiir ?? .iffi 'E.'rca lXt&- - 1 s Wanted-- An your-Meas- smf' v RAPE w1" tIieni. death is t!u,oving nde and fixed mathemaUcalte, la factor Uct f lt" 1, fewheu VESTilEST feataro. protect you DTE. m case of DEATH. w:th " dStJtarta'n ifc tbe P0"75 -wi-i- Friend - r they may bring you wraith. Protect Write JOHN WEDDERDtmK ft CO. Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C, for their 91SH0 prlsa offer and litt of two hundred. Inventions want!.. l 'va?)c.C'--'i'lSB r xii.' iy 'f INSUIiilfCE IS A JAW , Thev fitrnre on r m,, M3 utorathousanddg i"i me man we ktn the p i. ru iauii, ; t i 11 Ell. V. IIIIiKX Tlierc Is R,reasoa, yja man s&eaJd dicta ' ireap the bcaefit of Wttrctera-aaveragj "sas-SifflttsaTta...uu wu-iutaa greac as I B?' wumpaiucs or. Ainerica," -. g Javestmec!e - . ; J , . Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommenila' Wribt"8 Celer' Capsules Shelby vilU? Ky., Mfty 26, '9G. To Wright Medical-Co.- . Cdly Q.: GentA I have purchasea" a box of Wrieht'a Celery Capsules from G. N. Middelton, druezist. nndnEed them for Sbnr Stomaeb, Torpid IdVar and. Constipation and fo'uiid tliat,theyiave..ine can y'ei2' "fs isscaisf. eighty (88) per eent. of tl, gei-aie J OUR MISSI04 ... .4 T- il CbIv ahmat ",.araj T rived, ad. those a4.vaat.-- j SaniC 6T 9Ttpr iBsaras4 aa htauA. .. P!i r iB 1T W W by " r!f jiOBUvit. cent, nf naoiiut "'r "."! Per 6WM tv" ZF "'"iv, wo a t . Is to opea the J KiMtEM Hi . ' Telit.everytirir8.' 1 lhinlc.it an - excellent 'rerfiedy. .i . 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