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WCS" 8 " - ,. - p'a "1 ?: OLTJIUE 2; Dr. Miles' Nervine A REMEDY "' THP RICHMOND CLIMAX JL "ST t J. 3.1 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, Royal mnkes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. L898. BREVITIES. NTJMEEE 1. FOR THE HIGHESTPMISE. The London Papers Comment on the Daring Deed of Lieut. Hobson and ilea. AMERICAN NAVY MAY WELL BE PROUD A EERO DEAD. Cupt. Chas. V. Grldler, Coiunii'icl'r of tho Olympla at Muniln, Died at Kobe, J.I2M3, June 4. AMERICAN TRICK. Ccrvera Locked in the Ilarbor Lest He Slip Out Some Effects of Tobacco. Tlie rerilons Operation Was Executed With Splendid Gallantry by Little Band of Volunteers. undoubtedly shortens Hfo materially. fer in terms of the highest praise to Mr. Ed. C Ehsen, compcslwr on tho Contra- - Naval Constructor Hobson's aarinp it Costa JTr llirtlncr. Cal writes. "ILavo at Santiago de Cuba, but some used Dr. !V:s"ilcstoratlvo Nervlco and re doubts are thrown upon the tatement ceived mnci benefit from it. I was troubled that the Merrimac so completely blocks with nervousness, dizzy sp lis and lecplissthe channel as the American reports ncss. caused by; the use of tobacco .ind stimassert. ulants. I trokpr. Klles Vervtno v Ith The Times in an article 'cviewing' good results, albylng the uiadncss, cjclclln- - the nerves, sx.i cnabllc; mo to the operations of the week sairs: V sleep and rest, proving a my cas- - a very "It is mort probable that dm. Ccr-ver-a has a deliberate intention to stay KJ- Teac"-Ia- l remeCj " Dr Hilcs He toratlvo t If crvlno Is especially acptcd to restoring at Santia-ro- , tierefore, to open the the nervous system to It normal condition channel uould bj of very little use to tinder such c'rcnmstanr . It soothes, heals , lnui. It seems c.ear that his squadron and strengthens. nrssRrss? : was not prepared for war or fit for sea w ur. allies' u hen it left the Cape Verde islands, sold by au drug-Evand there is g'ocd reason to doubt Pglstacndcr a positive fc.IVI"!T whether the Cristojal Colon even shipguarantee, Lrst bottle ped her big- suns a aH-I ' M.UUIU Ut iUUIiUJirU" lrti-"llobson's exploit is one of which Tlultn .....v. IhnhMrf Jii. - Kjr U..UI. the American nav3 may wellbs proud. ,tiH ejfe nf uuuiuuuu- FVrfjL iCUI The idea that the reck can be renerves free. AddreES. p DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., ElWuart, lad. moved by the use of a little dynamite is opposed to all experience Madrid describes the affair as a brill ant Spanes-plo-rcar-Tclons-ly L.-ar-c THE XconC men la always Injurious and excessive uso of tobacco, especially lf jrh Nival Gamo In West Indies Scorn Played Ont Santiago Invites Capture by Mill tnry Action OrvirVs Fleet 1VU1 ISe fccuttli'd or CplurL Loxdox, June G. AH the napers re- t - S - ish victory, but from iream-- of such victories there is an unpleasant awakening. AT:oavc?4 "Adm. Ccrvcra's period of evasion is now ended and, beyond creating1 an V W. MILLER. unreasoning' panic in America, he has Ti.e naval accomplished nothing-Attobn f game in the West Indies secas played EfevTOCKY. UlCUMOVD. out, and little can be said of it except illdin njnt it door U that events have conformed strictly to Office in tbe Bnrnam fet3-lI Farmer's National Hani law and that no new and est ectcd developments can be traced. Santiago now invites capture by military and Adm. Cervera's sb ps, unless 6CUttlcu, can not avoid capture." The Times, commenting i htorially ATTonE on the exploit, savs: KIXTUCKY. RICHMOND, '"The perilous oceration w s executa little LOfRceover Talors Ilmlnwre sire, op- - ed vith splendid gallantry ;rOMlo tiotirt Mouse, n uauiiraH. banl of volunteers wh almost miraculously escaped. Thi destruction nd fall of Santiago are now only H B. HOGG, a question of time, witi 'he I attorstjsy of all the hopes fouaded upKkxtpcky on the Spanish fleets. lRiciimond, "Spa n's sympathizers recognize that OfTiPeNo 13 First K, upstairs. 01 30 her ca&- s is hopeless, and Amtrica will not dist-esherself much al jut such 'warning-- , as that of the Sl-- Petersi M. CHKNAULT, burg No osti Saturday, until the comJ. bination assumes a more tangible A TTORXEYS AT LA Hr, form than there is any prosrect of at Kesticky. present. ?Richmokd, "Peace i at Spain's dispo..l whenever she seiks it frankly andiincerely, O'ficc on pfond street, over but her gauj is clearty lost and it is grocery . quite out of the question to nefine as 'honorable iace' one restor ng the PZTSICIA1TS. statu quo." The Daily C ironicle remarks: Added to the other dangers was th. danger )R. JOHN M. FOSTER, of sharks. T e incident gives fresh K.ENTCCKV Itl HMOND, luster to the rcaown of the American navy. The Daily Nev s says: Telephone at oficc ami rei leace. V "All English ailors will jt n with the Americans it. admiration of this R. II. R. ttlBSOV, exploit under tht point blank fire of PTI the Spanish batt ries. Whether the K'I i.V AN1 SURGEON, . Kentucky. Merrimac was inteaded to be sunk or to clear a fair way hrough the mines can not affect the praise due OSce in the Joe c.linsliu diac. i5 and so See- - men who heroically volunteered End Street, oer W.iue .old ruilore to face almost certain death ia the service of their country. If tha JHAS. HOOKER, United States can coujt on self sacrifice of that kind in grtat einergi ncies, T ETERIXA i: Y s niGEOX, the Santiago forts will be poweriLSS to GrailnaU Ontario YcU inary College. prevent Adjn .Wpw tcaehinj- the ramsrr squadron, shothl that measure seem good to him." Ictrnnary DsnU.u v. niIi'nHi' recently The article proceeds tc argue that rTrOSiie I stalrx. over tre, East Main St., Harness o it is premature however tosuDOse P. bv j ,r nnfT.tw i . enmonu ivy that the channel is absolu'ly c.osed or that it would be impossAjle to deL C. JASPER, JU. D stroy the hulk. It says: Medicine and S in;ery. "English torpedo officers could devise many methods of Hotting; out Oflice -- Collins Unildin., MainStreet. t e Uarr I'lace) on dynamite charges, unless the hulk lies blephone nt remlence Uroadwaj j far outside Morro Castle, u which IlCIIMOXI), - - Kentdckt. case it can not be blocking thcchanael completely. If the Merrimat's masts and funnels are still visible, sue sunk W. EVANS. M. P. 6omewhere near the five fathom, mark and has left the deep channel alcar." Physician and Pi bgeon, ISloody ltAttlc al Cinircli. GnEENUr, Ky., June C. baturllay h.nTu-KY- . :hmond. - - night Orvillo an 1 Joi II, aud two younger brothers had a free ll T. J. TAYLOR, fight with six Calljhan brothers. Tlicy I rradilicmer in Medicine and Surgery, met a Palmira, this county, at cmrcli. Kentucky. and fell out over a wrestling laateli. IciIMONDj Knives and club were used pronutocu-ousland when the fight was otr Jffice and residence on Second Street. Joe and Orvillc Hern was badlj cat in many places, and two of the Cilll- DS17TAL SUSBEBY. hanin a ditch, clubbet. in to insensibPity. Thej-- ma' all i . a- PROFESSIONAL CAROS. Washington, Jun. 0. Capt. Charles Gridley, commander of the :ruis:r Olympia, and one of the heroes 3f the brilliant victory at Manila, is dead. The announcement of his death ivas received by the navy department lat-- Sunday afternoon in a cablegram from Paymaster Ga'.t, of the navy, iated at Kobe, Japan, June 4, and directed to Secretary Long. Capt. Gridley s the first American officer of great prominence whose 3eath is a direct result of the existing war with Spain. As the commander of Adm. Dewey's splendid flag ship and one of the Admiral's chief ad-- ( cisors, Capt. Gridley achieved distinction at the battle of Manila bay and added to his previous laurels by winning high praise from his superiors in the service for distinguished and ability. He fought his ship from the conning tower, while Adm. Dewey directed the movements of his squadron from tho bridge of the vesseL It was not known for several weeks after the engagement that Capt. Gridley had suffered from it; and even now the precise nature of his trouble is not disclosed. Upon the arrival of the Zafire at Hong Kong on May 21 the navy department was notified that Capt. Grid-le- y had been condemned by a board of medical survey and "invalided" home. Subsequent advic s receive I bv the department indicated that Capt Gridley was suffering from the effects of a rupture supposed to have been received during the battle at Manila, but no details were given. Capt, Gridh-- was born in Logans-porInd., in 1815, wa- appointed to the naval academy from Ilillodale, Mich., in 1M50 by Iteprcsentutive Henry the Undlevs having removed from Indiana to Michigan when their son Charles was onlv three months old. Vernon y t, Wal-dron, Dark Night. THE BOLDEST ACT IN KAYAl HISTORY. Volunteer Crew Scuttles tho Merrimac in the Mouth of tho Harbor at Santiago De Cuba. The Heroes Attempted to Hot urn Unt Under Iletvy Klre Compelled lo Kor to the Spanish l'liii fchlp They Mill lt.i Kxcli itieil Washington, June 0. "The cork is driven in the bottle," was the comment of the naval aCicers at the navy department Saturday morning upon the news of the sinking of the collier Merrimac in the channel at the entrance of Santiago harbor. They are absolutely satisfied that the ship was sent in by design of Sampson to close the channel and prevent the escape of the Spanish squadron, and .that the undertaking was successful. If so, this will rank as one of the boldest achievements in naval history. It will oulrauk even Cushing's famous attack u?oa the Albemarle with his little torpedo boat. That is the opinion at the navy department at least. The officer say that Cushing had a lighting chance to escape a ter making his attack and he did indeed escape. Th re was no such chance for the men who took the Merrimac into tan:iago harbor under the guns which Schley's report d scribed of as great poucr and over nests of subma- - that the Merrimac was sunk in tho channel off Sjntiago harbor for ths purpose blocking the passage. On lloAr.D Dispatch Uoat Dauvt-- i i:ss, off Santiago de Cuba, June 0. Via Kingston, Jamaica. Rr. Adm. Sampson, during Friday morning decided to close the r.ai row harbor entrance of Santiago de Cuba by sinking the collier Merrimac, loaded with coal, in the channel. He called for volunteers to go to almost certain death and 4.000 men offered thewselves. Lieut. Hobson and six men were chosen, and Friday morning the Merrimac, under her own steam, entered the channel under a terrible Spanish fire. The vessel was riddled with projectiles, but she anchored and swung around. Lieut. Hobson then set off an internal torpedo with an electric attachment, there was an explosion, the Merrimac sank, the channel was closed, and, apparently, Adm. Cervcra will be unable to escape. Washington, June 0. The war department was open for business in a limited way for half the day Sunday, and AdjL Gen. Corbin was hard at work at his desk in telegraphic correspondence with army officers in all parts of the country and particularly regarding Iks Spanish military prisoners from whom selections will bs made for exchange of the gallant little band that sunk the Merrimac. The commanding officer at Tort McPherson, Ga., has furnished the department a full list of the captives to facilitate the work of exchange. This is likely lo occupy more time tlun was originally expected because of the difficulty of communicating with the Spanish admiral at Santiago. The number of Spanish prisoners at Fort McPherson is one rst lieutenant, seven second lieutenants, one sergeant and nine privates. Information afforded by the official records of the navy department as to the full names and ant cedents of the TELEGRAPHIC lilinfJ0 POWDER Absolute! Puro ftOYAL BAK1NQ CO OCR CO., NEW YORK. KENTUCKY Che Latest Sew Itntier-llowurd NEWS. From All Parts or tb Commonwealth. Feud Victim. Manciiksteu, Ky., June C Another billing in the feud in this connty. Tom llaker met 15ev. White on the load and shot him, killing him instantly. White belonged to the Howard side. Trouble between the factions broke out several eeks ago, and w ithin the past ten days two killings have occurred. I'lSEviijjc, Ky , June 0. The d feud is raging in Clay county. Lilsc Baker was killed Friday night. James Garrard fled to Middlcsboro. Judge Brown will not be allowed to hold court on Monday. It is said that Gov. Bradley has been solicited for troops to protect the court, but has none to send. Six men have been killed in the past ten days. Baker-Howar- d llalter-nowar- iLLJU down but one. 1 y ac-t.o- n, Fitzbutlcr, a Negro physician, was arrested here on a charge of murder. He is said to have performed a criminal operation on Flora Elliott, a beautiful young girl of Grange county, Indiana, who died at the city hospital here Friday. Irving McCoy, a boy, who claimed at first to be the girl's husband, has also been arrested. McCoy said Sunday night that he was not the woman's husband. Louisville, Ky., June Arrested for Murder. 6. Dr. Horace vt-L- 1 -- irxiir. disap-pearai- - CAD Clicn-mlt- 's Frankfort, Ky., June 6. The State Board of Valuations and Assessment composed of the auditor, treasurer and secretary of state, has begun its work of assessing corporate franchises for the present year. The reports of most of the water, electric light and other companies that now concede themselves subject to such a tax are in and it will not be long before the notices begin to go out. Peter Payne Captured. Hopkinsville, Ky., June 0. Peter Payne, who is wanted in Metcalf county for the murder of a relative, whom he stabbed to death several weeks ago, was arrested near this city by Sheriff Young, of Metcalf county, and taken to Edmonton for triaL He made his escape after the killing and was only located near here several days ago. no broke down and wept bitterh when arrested. mines any one of which was sufficient to crush in the bottom of the EVanHli Torpeilo Un it Uestroj er, Iteportcd ship. It is not possible now to learn who made up this crew that is destined Sank by Amer cm Mi'p Uilleved to be famous in American history, for to 15o Hie l'nror. the opinion at the navy department is Kingston, Jamaica, June 0. A dis- that Adm. Sampson directed that no man be ordered into such dangerous patch from Port Antonio says: "A vessel that has arrived here from duty but that volunteers be called. Santiago de Cuba reports that the One of the reasons that form the Americans sunk on Friday night the basis for the conviction that the MerSpanish torpodo boat destroyer Ter- rimac wa purposely sunk is the fact ror." that the ship was of little value as a The assumption, based upon dis- naval vessel. She had broken down in patches from Madrid, has been that her machinery and was kept at work the destroyer Terror, after leaving only with difticuty. Some of Crank's Fort de France, went to Porto Rico letters are at once laughable and pawaters, and it is probable that the thetic in their recital of the the and trials tribulations young officer suffered (he is about 25 years old) in his efforts to make the machinery work at all. This is just the kind of craft that would be selectShe is of ed to block up the channel. iron and therefore not likely to be easily removed by the Spaniards. Then she was empty and so of no further immediate value to the fleet. n As to the change wroughtin the by this bold exploit, it is said that it will now be possible to draw off the larger part of the American fleet for service elsewhere than at Santiago, perhaps at San Juan de Porto Rico or Havana for instance. A small force of say two monitors and a cruiser would suffice to keep guard nt Santiago, for all that is necessary now is to be nbls to bring enough guns to bear upon tho channel to prevent the Spaniards from attempting to clear away tho wreck by the use of torpedoes and to prevent tho escape of tlie small torpedo boats that might bo able to pass over the Mcrriniac'a hulL Of course it must be remembered that there are drawbacks to the prcs- ent situation , for while the Spaniards can not get out our ships can not get in the harbor, and any land attack upon Santiago would be made at great disadvantage for lack of the support of the American fleet. Kingston, Jamaica, JuneC Hobson r.nd the hero crew of the .Merrimac were saved in the following manner: Unable, after the sinking of their to maKe tneir way oacK vessel, through the storm of shot and shell, they rtwed into the harbor to the Spanish flagship and were taken on board unharmed. The Spanish admiral under a flag of truce on Friday sent word to the American admiral that he offered to exchange the prisoners, adding, that in the meanwhile Hobson apd his party would be treated with tjie greatest kindness. Washington, June C. Information comes frpm ths white house that the secretary of the navy has reeivad a dispatch from Adm. Sampson stating situ-tio- Assessing; Corporate Franchise. THE TERROR. differ-- , gallant sailors who made up Hobson's little crew in sinking the Merrimac in seme is about as follows: Colored Cavalrymen. data furnished througa the dispatch boats fcunday morning. The naval list ist on the New Yoik, born in Ireland and 29 years old; last enlistment in Daniel Montage, first-clas- essentials from the s machin- itCHM-isn- y- December, 1890; net of kin Kate Golden, sister, S4 Horatio fctreet, New York. George Charette, first-clas- s gunner's mate on the New York, born in Lowell, Mass., 29 years of age; last enlistment May 20, 1S9S; has been in Ky., June 0. Lieut. Johnson, of the 10th cavalry, who has been in this city for several days securing colored recruits for his regiment, left here for Paducah, where he will continue his labor of receiving recruits. He has enlisted over thirty men here, who left for Fort McPherson, near Atlanta, whero they will be mustered it; C After several week's illness, John D. Taggart, president and founder of the Fidelity Trust Co., died here Sunday afternoon of acute stomach trouble. Mr. Taggart was well known in financial circles throughout the entire country, especially in the east. Louisville, Ky., June Death of John D. Taggnrt. -- Port Antonio dispatch confuses her with her sister destroyer, the Furor, as has several times been the case in dispatches from other points. No Desire to Prosecute Castellnr. the service since 1SS4; his next of kin is Alexander Charette, father, LowcU, Mass. Osborn (not Oscar) Deignan, coxswain on the Merrimac, born in Stuart, Ii., 21 years old; last enlistment April 22, 1893; next of kin Julia Deig- The senate Saturday passed the way revenue bill. Sunday King Humbert received in audience Gen. William F. Draper, tho United States ambassador to Italy. C. M. Charnley, jr.. of Chicago, has committed suicide at Los Angeles, CoL, by shooting himself in the head. Ho was despondjnt through illncs". At a meeting of the Milwaukee Iron Brigade association a resolution was passed asking President McKtnlcy to appoint Edward S. Bragg, former brigade commander, to a major general of volunteers. Paul Grottkau, the noted socialistic agitator, who has been suffering from pneumonia in Milwaukee for several days, is dead. His home is in San Francisco. He was well known in socialistic circles throughout the country. The ambulance ship Solace came into New York Sunday, having on board 54 wounded and sick, some of whom had been transferred from the American war ships in Cuban waters and others taken from the hospitals at Key West Hie steamer St Simon which arrived at Cape Haytien from Havre, reports that one Spanish cruiser and two or three Spanish torpedo boats were at San Juan de Porto Rico on Friday at noon. She saw no war ships elsewhere. At Seattle, Wash., John P. Forde. a middle aged man of Jamaica Plains, Mass., was found dead in his bed at a hotel Sunday morning, it is thought that he committed suicided. Forde claimed to be a correspondent of a Ilctcn paper. The government censorship on cablo dispatches has been modified to the extent of allowing commercial houses to send code messages to Venezuela and Brazil. The only restriction on these messages is that they shall not pass between Spanish officials. Special dispatches from Cape nay tien and Port au Prince state that the reports from Santiago indicate that tha r Merrimac was sent into Santiago by Adm. Sampson for the purpose of closing the port and exploding the contact mines in the narrow channel. So far as has been given out, the second expedition to the Philippines wiU consist of the 1st Colorado and the 10th Pennsylvania volunteer infan. try regiments, the 1st battalion of tho 23d United States infantry and two light batteries of the Utah volunteer artillery. A dispatch from Barcelona says a well known merchant there has received a dispatch to the effect that on May 27 a Spanish squadron, consisting of three cruisers and three other protected vessels, was seen off tho island of Madagascar, proceeding northward. son of Albert 'Wolf, the J. Albert Wolf, a well to do retired merchant, took poison Sunday afternoon and fell dead in tho parlor of his home in Chicago, surrounded by the members of the family. A lova affair that didn't run smoothly is supposed to be the cause. Letters received in Spain from San Juan, Porto Rico, reassert that Adm. Sampson bombarded the town without notice, firing 700 shells. The Spanish losses are said to have been seven killed and 70 wdunded. Tho governor general's residence, the barracks and a number of houses were damaged. At Provincetown, Mass., a fatal ac cident occurred on the cruiser San Francisco. By the fall of one of tho cruisier's whaleboata from the davits, Klaas Wcsselt, coxswain, was drowned, and Seaman S. Svensens sustained a fractured leg. Wesselt was 30 years old. His body was recovered Sunday afternoon. A dispatch from Havana says tho Spanish gunboat Ardilla and a steam ship with S00 head of cattle have arrived there. Gen. Blanco according to the dispatch has published an order prohibiting foreign newspapars correspondents from staying in Cuba under the penalty of being treated as har-bo- $WWWftTOtttg NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. iliggersta ff m to notify their friends and patrons that they have moved to ih MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite every one to call and inspect their newest and latest importations in everything in the Furniture Line "Wish ';M a 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, &e. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $3.00 in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ej-- e Maple and Mahogan-- . ductions of the tables used at Bradley-Marti- n ball and made and painted See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. ROCKERS From GOc to $15.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. by-han- m VERNIS MARTIN These are exact repro- We arc too busy to give a full lft of our immense stock, but assure vou that anything jou aiay ned jou can find at our new quarter. &v DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 67. nr PTi1 When in the City Make Yonr Headquarters With BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM W&$tiMS!sMfeiifc, ANDY CATHARTIC A spies. - accu-C- d Kich-non- Madkid, June 4. The queen regent has informed Senor Sagasta that she does not desire a prosecution of Senor Emilia Castellar.the republican statesman, for the article attacking her, recently published in the Petite Review Internationale, and reprinted in a leading Madrid paper. --- - foi-a- sources received via Carthagena indicates that the revolution in progress in Venezuela, headed by the conservative leader, Mocho Hernandez despite official reports, seems to bo formidable &nd daily gaining headway. Lodi; Compliments Cervera. 1 Panama, Colombia, (via Galveston, Tex.), June C News from various The Revolution In Venezuela. y, Washington, June 0. To the Cincinnati Enquirer and the New York Herald: The reported courtesy of Cervera to Hobson and his men is most chivalrous and highminded. (Signed) ' ! - were-AVin- Jonx D. Long. ir. 0acuVft.& . ".obsou KV. 12-- M DESTIST, OF L31TISKILLE, no'fl"-l- ch nSnd , Ky. Office hours y next door to Government Building, 1 9 to to A Hcf End you cure i Four nice rooms for rent. 11 at Dental Office of Dr. Hob- - ie, next door to postofficel H. Qms mm jsmimsi its consequences. These sre some of the consequences of constipation: Biliousness, loss of appetite, pimples,sonr stomach, depression, coated tongue,nigSt-mar- e, palpitation, cold feet, debility, dE ziness, weakness, backache, vomitinr, jaundice, piles, pallor, stitch, irritabilitr, nen'ousness, headache, torpid liver, heartburn, foul breath, sleeplessness, drowsi ness, hot skin, cramps throbbing heai Washington, June 0. It was stated Sunday night at the white house that the recommendation of the president as to the promotion of Junior Lieut. Hobson would not ba sent to congress before Tuesday. By that time it is expected that the arrangements for the exchange of the prisoners will have been concluded. Washington, JuneC. At leas American troops are afloat and the tnoral certainty exists that offensive eperations have commenced in fcanti-V-s province. A confirmation seems tobc found in the report of fightiug Sijurday and again Sunday at Sati- 16,-00- Hobson to He Promoted, ! , Fllitlns on T.ititl Near Santiago. 0 FRED SMITH, DENTIST. s ArMF l7tllln SiRT fmrtr mnmn n(Tn ely occupied by Dr. W. W. Borgiu. janll-l- y BON. G. T. CALBWELC, SIo'sn IncomeTm AmendmetitKeJrcted. Washington. June C The Morgan ircoW tax amendment to the war revenue bill was rejected. So to 33, in tl ejstoate Saturday afternoon. nan, mother, Stuart, la, George F. (not John P.) Phillips, machinist on the Merrimac, born in Boston, 31 years old; last enlistment March CO, 1S9S; next of kin Andrew Phillips, Cambridgeport, Mass. Francis (probably instead of John) Kelly, water tender on the Merrimac, born in Boston, 28 years old; enlisted at Norfolk, April 21, last; next of kin, Francis Kelly, Boston. Randolph Clausen, coxswain on the New York; born in Boston and 2S years of age; last enlistment February 25, 189"; next of kin, Teresi Clausen, wife, 127 Cherry street, New York. It is apparent to the department officials that the call for volunteers did not extend beyond tho two ships, Now York and Merrimac, as all the men named belonged to those two vessels. Great admiration is expressed at tho department at tho cool pluck and dis- retlon fhown by tho younir cadet. George W. Powell, who took command oi the New York's steam launch and lay under tho batteries for many hours until he was satisfied from his own observation that tho Merrimchad gono down before he returned to the flagship. Jt is felt that his fate involved a display of quite as much courage as was shown by the Merrimac crew and he is likely to profit by it. lonng roweu was known as "one i i.f Hobson's chickens." When Hobson joined the squadron ho secured permission from the authorities to take with him three young naval cadets from the academy at Annapolis. Thcv were included in his own class of naval cadets at the academy, and he wished to take them with him to supplement the theoretical force by some practical experience in the effect of explosives j'li ships. Powell was aapointed to the academy from New Yorfc in May, 1393. Xr.v Wfst, Fla., June C The United Slates gunboat Marrietta has arrived here safely, I I died suddenly, aged about 35 years. Mrs. Wood was formerly of Owings-villKy., and was the daughter of Capt. Win Connor of that place. Prominent Woman's bndden Death. Bardstowx, Ky., June 0. Mrs. Mol-li- e C Wood, wife of Mr. David S.Wood, a prominent druggist of this place, e, ta.005 30; spring Death of Mrs. - P. Knutt. patent. 5C."S0 00. fancy. K 0025 10; family, Owensboro, Ky., June 6. News was 64 602:5 00; extra. J4 0U24 3J; low grade. 53.25Q received here Saturday of the death at S 65; rye, northwestern. i3 6533 75j do city, Natchez, Miss., of Mrs. S. . P. Knutt, O 6533 73 Wheat Sales: No. 2 red. IV0Z&1 formerly Miss Lily Barrett, and one of ' CoaN Sales: Yellow ear. track. 37c the two owners of the large Oats Sales: Ko. 2 mixed, track, ZSo; 2 cars estate below Owensboro. da 27c bCO. Bon-Harbor Scott, of Lexington, has been nominated by the Bryan Station andthe Lexington Chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution for the next state regent of Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., June Mrs. Scott for I). A. R. Regent. C Mrs. M. T. Steps have been taken by which it is expected that Lieut Carrarza, who has conducted the Spanish spy system from Montreal, with his associate, Senor Du Bosc, former first secretary of the Spanish legation here, will ba expelled from Canada within the next few days unless they adopt their own means to leave before an international question is raised as to their presence in Canada. TILE MARKETS. FLonn Spring CirtciNXATi. Juno 4 fancy, ib 5025 65: family, patent, J0 003&50: winter ! rJ 7, w J&& Y Vktr4 C&JT&si&v&cgLJ VARZ50 &&; Sfjf .& & v&s s ,j7i5? 10 URICOHSTIPATOH !f 50 t7 ss' ar ALL DRUGGISTS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED g pie And booklet fref. Ad. STKnU0 HEMEDTtO., Ctlnro. Montreal. 25 SSPTatMiSlfet i t Caa..orfrr Tort.mmoju.j llifell o pEDiDanli l8p c o a: 5 O o CO CO t- his office here and to report with his detachment to Adjt. Brooks at Tampa. London, June 0. The St James Gazette Saturday afternoon says that an American war loan of 5200,000,000 is to bo issued during the coming week, and it adds that the hope is expressed here that a good portion of it will be nffnrpil in Tindnn. whera it is nonfi- dentlv anticinated that the bonds will , , After Our Ilonds. Ordered to Report at Tampa. Lexington, Ky., June 0. Lieut. Nance, United States cavalry recruiting officer, has been ordered to close and roughs. 3.35S3.HI Catti.e Fair to good shippers, H.SSS4.63; good to choice butchers. M.25&4.63; fair to me dlum butchers. t3.25L10; common. t2.75lS3.0O. SUKEr Extras, JJ.S32 tOO; good to choice, 13.3533.75; common to fair. 1.7533.35. Lamb -- Extras, . 6524. 83; good to choice, ttZQ.i.(X); common to fair, t3.73Q4.13; spring Iambs, f5.0Q26.75. VfiAii Calves Extras. 1450; fair to good ilht, tJ.7i3S6.25; common and large, 3.503 6.50L Hoes Select shippers. J4.2534.S7K; select butchers, M.15QI S3; fair to pood packers. f!90 common 444. 1U; fair to soon light, t&40(&3.eo; ZEeiaiE3::o:isnD, J -- 1 sr" lug i I s -' O N -i S3 en - ",.,, partiatty taKen up. Wheat June. 11.12; July, MSc; August, SOSc; September. 88?ic; December. 77cW- Coax-Ju- ne, 32c; July, 3thS32c; Sep. tember, S3tf33Xc OATS-Ju- ne, Chicago, June 4. o MANUFACTURER AND DE.VLER IN Uryan'g Regiment Goes to the Philippines. Lincoln, Neb., June C Adjt, Gen. Slv BARLEY Rvr G5.00; 25Hc; July. 24Jic; September, Barry has received a telegram from Secretary Alger saying that the Third regiment of volunteer infantry organized by W. J. Bryan has been accepted by the government and that it will be added to the contingent going to the Philippines. Cash, No. 3. 35c to 40c. Cash, 40c; July. 43c. t5.CC5.10: good, M.80 tidy butchers' cattle, 14.7004.80; fair, t4.40a4.60; common, tl.0O34.25; heifers, (3.503 4.50;bull3, stags, and cows, I3.00C4.35; fresh Cattle Prime catUe, Pittsburgh, June 4. AM) ALL KINDS OF CEMETERY WORK. For further particulars, prices, tt?., address, granite y s) TorquTvierqTs. JVfoDUiuei)tal ? i ?j Madioi? mch2I-I- Worte iP.rkersburg, V. Vs., Recom mends Wrights Celery REMARKABLE CASE. ; Capsules. W Va., January i3, 1995. Wbight 5fEn. Co., Columbas, Ohio PAKKEBSBCntT, lentTemen: s pht'u Celery Urtnsa'1 since XMoveto- IS&Ljind find tnem toueai recom- 1. I first betMn taking them at Hot Snrinis.. MV . undar trcat- for Sciatic RheuHiatura, Liver and acli en Ishavesiiwn using lie beginning ami have nsf-- them fince. "With plessare, an I nnso- 1. 1 recommend them to any and Bering wiui hkc awicuouscreitner Verj' truly years. ChABLH6T CALOt-EI- .l Jong suuerer- - l iwiuu jne dnsules gave tne ureat relief trouble. tJostipation vlncg I ts and SI .00 tnd get free IbyT.S HaganIrBsskt. Price sari rxw bx. Call at druV-C 4 Heats Tho Klondike. Pills1. A.' C. Thomas, of Maryville, Send your address to H. E. Jhicklcn & TexU lias found 'a more valuable dis- corry tlun lias yet been made in the Co.. Chicago, and get a free sample box A Klrfl dike; for years he suffered untold of Dr. King's New Life Pilhi. A trial agonj, from consumption accompanied will convince you of their merits. These y Arm Sure Cuiw by hemorrhages, and was absolutely pills are easy in action and are particu-lareffective in the cure of Constipation for Censtfpstlait cured3 by Dr, King's New Discovery for Coasumption, Coughs and Colds, he de- and Sick Headache. For MfJaria and Dr. J. C. Ayers Pills are a specific for clares that goW is of little value is com Liver troubles they have bain proved on diseases ol the liver, stomaca, ana prison to thi marvelous cure, would invaluable. They are guaranteed to be bowels. liae it even if y cost a hundred dollars perfectly free from every deleterious "I saffered from constipation which 'an- - J abitlla. Afitlllirt. BrnnehitnH nnd nil substance and to be purely (vegetable. Binned such an obstinate form that If eared thrxat and lunpsiflections are positive They dd not weaken by tlieirition, but it would cause a stoppagsrsf the bovelt. stotnacn bowels &er Discovery by giving tone to tli0 6ysteniJanuRegular After vainly trying various remedies, I hi-g- .iy cured dv ur. invigorate to take Ayera Pills. Two boxes efftcUd foriConBumption Trial bottlo free at greatly Jc j ' a complete cure," iPerry' Thomas' Drugstore, Successors size 25c. per box. Sold byjj,Perry to"W-vD. BURKE, Sact,l4i. "V. G. White, T.egelar size 50 cents Thomas' Druggist. Sncceseorfil lo , ,2 B. "For eight years I was afflieted with jandEl.pO.' Guaranteed to care or price White. r-- r ceastipatioa, which became so bad Ufet the 2 filleted.' i aa; aupco'ndfulaa our Jf our doctors could do bo more ferae.; IhenI L - TKtl, - uuls- ipioijia, --JA'.eu4. til 1 T - 4 navy the war ought ip-jkwis Began 10 IGKobley ie not caiefailr how he bowels recovered their nntttiriaafW ;..-- . i - . & - i; i i .? vm rktf" i I IhvWA'lhAan naMlafl nilitlliax - Times awi AAUK,nMUItUKiSBMB"II D AAVCEKMUmm, CH wmv. p"jw uhdl la ' WH. H. mm .n.4m v "", i r i .j s r l 4UATTI mhx.'ii i .,.rr.; jr i3jwnnr" i ".. j " t- -1 'H; ,-, c' - i fV x Ayer's Pills ij Free tiago de Cuba destroyed tho Spanish fleet at that place Friday. But no direct news from there has yet been received. Missing--. Haitien, Jamaica, June C A report which can not be verified was current here Saturday morning to the effect that the American fleet off SanCArE The Repoit Itot Confirmed. t2550. Hoes Prime heavies, J4.303i.35; best mcdU urns, $1.25: htavy Yoriers, t4 2Jl2i; common to fair Yorkers, M.0534.15; pigs, HOOQ COWS, 4.801 SnEEP Choice sheep, t4.25Q4.30: good, $4.15 4.25; fair, 810XJ4. 10; choice yearlings, t5. ISO 5.30; common to good, 14. 3035. 10; spring lacbi, f5.ooas.5a Winter Schedules JiN Veal Calves Si !6.5037.oa EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. -- an ina explo-fed.Th- wir -- fy t 1 the live out thr Mtirtfeo loft shfihl Jcr. er&tio&l;ter The tVatchnian In Effect May 1, 1833 Hoars Cincinnati to New Orleans and JacksoBTille Chicago, June C. The plant of the jm DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. p Co. w as damaged Illinois Wall Paper 109 MILES SHORTEST. by fire at micnight Friday to the ex, New York, May 6. One of the reEAST BOUND. FINEST VESTIBULED TRAINS IN THE markable cases brought here by the tent of SoO.OQX The watchman of tho a.m. p.m. 300 630 big ambulance is Wm. Taylor, a Wash- building has not been seen since an Lve Frankfort. 6 43 320 Elkhorn apprentice hour befoc: the fire started. It is ington boy. and a 51 S32 Switier. 7 02 3 4S on the cruiser New Ycrir. Taylor's thought he was caught within the ' Stamping Ground 353 , 708 Duvalls recovery is the most marvelous of any building and cut off from, escape. Through Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe' Parlor 7 20 406 ' Georgetown 4 15 8 00 of those remarked Ttponjiy the naval Lve Georgetown. 'x'ho Alfred Af rives at Halifax. Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day 8 12 442 and Observation i surgeons. One day, soon,tf;er 8 22 4S2 Coaches. Halifax. N. S. June C. The Ameri-j- . Arr Newtown fT.. Affile rour tickets via tne yueen 5c Crescent J liet of ilatasiiii, through can steam yacht 8 23 458 i, great f Pltiilwlh 5 10 8 40 which tho m?n- - ?H the New lakes, bound toAlfre from the Paris . W. C. KINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cincioati; York, having New York passed withoaHti th-- . sslight- - been secured by the United States gov-- j WEST BOUND. est iijjnrv, a revuj,y;i7 iipncu crnment, arrived Sunday fur coat s so 9 29 'zlMSm3fS&lmmmWMmmwM ,7,ve Paris from the bcltof 'Bbstw'aiti'Muiteu and ., 932542i-p- . 11 ,"' , T Arr JSsaDem . J 'bullet' llasV'Uthrougii The gift of sila'nce is often more vsl-Taylorf rtrBV arm An ihsl lUav en- nable limn, the gift oCsfich,-s-Bsm- ' tcredUierabdoms. T;sSefijH Luns and Shoulder, Recovers. 1 Win. Taylor, of the Crnlser 'Scxr York, 'Wounded lu the Arm, Abdomen, Liver, Frankfort Cincinnati Railway. QUEEU & CEESCEUT HOTJTE. 4 'jL X m first-clas- s, ..6 the'boin-bardme- .. south i ii m m -- yHH ; . m e ?' Horn. Jfifcfcfc- - ri tblntt -- .. y m .-- j 'r -. f VMMfflUMPfr4MISnS : .? 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Wm &&JBsssslsKflssBsssssslBJssHsssHssB 0sKJ9&39llHFaHsHLBll39sKwBfi Lf,i W4-- ilium nrtiiiii i." n) n nirnr'lm ini n "1iw-- iTT"lVr T" J;;rtBBHWiBWBWWnMBBBB ft The Richmond Climax. rCBUSHCDtvfKY WKHNKSDAY BY ir ' , Ih 1 . it; See Baby Coaches and Pancv Carriage Covers,- C,EBidw&Co,, -.-1 First Resolved, That on Saturday, 9th day of July, 189S, at 2 o'clock, p.m., standard time, Mass Meetings be held at the Court House of the respective Th9 Climax Printing Co. counties of tho Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky to select delemary, the customary, fairestmethodof gates to attend a Democratic ConvenC fi, WOODS, AstocLilc Editor. giving the people a chance to chooso tion as hereinafter provided, for the purUncla their Congressional nominee, combined pose of selecting a Democratic candiSam PRICE PKIt VKAK, ?1.50. and in the final vote in committee the date for Congress in said district. Says result was a tie: five for a primary and Second Resolved, That the basis of 1F9S. WEDNESDAY. J TXE S, This Is i Ave against it, viz: ndl "SC-representation of said respective counAmerica's For a convention S. E. Rooth,of An- ties to tho District Convention be one FOR COMCRESS. , derson; David Bell, of Jessamine; W. C. delegato for every one hundred votes .. Greatest Wc are authorized to innonnce Uo.n. James Bell, of Mercer; "W. M. Scott, of Shelis a mistake to aclver isp lntpvinr onnns at. n. fhf:in niMPP. irr,mnor is and one delegate in addition for each Medicine. H McCbeabv. of Madison county, a candidate more certain to create dissatiy faction than oods that looks well but is poor ir lorCoccreM in the Eighth dintnct; subject to by ; W. M. Black, of Spencer. fraction over fifty votes cast for the It will the action of the Democratic party. mch38-t- f ' WK For a primary J. S. Chrisman, of leading Democratic Elector iu t Apparent econoury is often real extra vagunce. Riif 11 (iuallt Sharpen 111 fl We are authorized to announce J. B. Thomp-oBoyle; George Farns, of Garrard; J. E. Presidential election. county, candidate for of Mercer & Tour Appetite, by the Democratic party for Represen-tai.iCarson, of Lincoln; J. B. Chenault, of Third Resolved, That at the hour of in Congress from thi, the Mh District. Purify and Madison; J. W. Sparks, of Kockcastle. 2 o'clock, p.m., standard time, on TuesVitalize Your Blood, Overcome That The manner of selecting delegates, day, July 12th, 1S9S, a District Con t. tV. MfCltKAltY sIokc in Spencer Get a bottle of Tired Feeling. 1 the time and the qualification for par vention be held at Danville, Ky., of the ivaiitv on Monday. a Hood's Sarsaparilla and begin to ticipation are stated in the following delegates chosen as provided above to take it TODAY, and realize the great make a wonderfully strong- combination. "We wish first to call your attention to resolutions: nominate such candidate. 1'itnMiMEXT citizeu of Uoyle good it is sure to do you. our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothin is so, generally apprec a- - 7?K Resolved, That on Saturday, July 9, Resolved, That all persons Fourth us on Monday that McCreary's ted as a really cood shoe sold CHEAP. v i there Mime weeks ajro made 188S. at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time, who voted for Bryan Electors at the last e national election and who aro qualified linn mo hundred votes. Ijoyle is all massmeetings be held at the RESOLUTIONS. la America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new gx)ds, guarof the respective counties of the Eighth voters at tho time the" Mass Covcntion rijrlit : At-- a meeting of the Physicians of anteed in eveiy part, will out wear anv, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our congressional district, to solect, delegates herein provided for are held, or who Madison county, held in the oflico of pitched for C. U. and prevelited his Tiikse war liars should have their to attend a Democratic convention, as will be such at the next succeeding home. $ . 50 P"ee Dr. A. Wilkes Smith on Saturday afterjxvrtiun where the thennonieter reaches hereinafter provided, for the purpose general election; all Democraticyouths - Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or from making a single earned noon to take action on the death of JJr. 1GQ in the shade, and where the fcliade run. Tho absence of 4 men, Martin, Democrotic candidate for who will be eligible to vote at such spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price J. M. Foster, after feeling speeches by $ 1 50 is twenty miles apart Atlanta ConstiAuschutz, Scott and Bennett, was of Congress of said district election, as well as such other persons Walkek-Boox- e e tution. Miss Cara a number of those present eulogistic of apparent at times, but Hord M Have also just received from New York a full lire of Laces, M.dras Uesolved, That the basis of represen- of Democratic faith, who by their parWhat would the above writer think Boone of this city and Mr. J. Stone the life and character of Dr. Foster, course Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Ilosery and the like. Will tation of taid respective counties to the ticipation in such Mass Conventions Walker, of Richmond, Ky., were united the following resolutions were unani- Coleman and JJussabarger (otherwise ' should he happen in Richmond and r bagger ) of Lexington, diMiict comention be one delegate for herein named, and who will thereby in marriage yesterday afternoon at the mously adoptep: quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest 'ou: road our evening ilaih? lie would who assisted C. U., did fine work. M do away witl the shade entirely. ever 100 otes, and one delegate in ad- claim themselves obligated to support homo of the bride's Mr. Resolved, That the Medical Profes- Messrs Xewman, Leathers and Brenner dition for each fraction over fifty votes the nominee of the District Conven- George W. Morris, 7SG Third street. sion of this city learned 12 Yards Torclion Lace for 5c. with profound The "supply and demand" argument cast for the leading Democratic elector tion shall be entitled to participate in The ceremony was performed by the regret and sorrow of the death of Dr played the game for Louisville. Yes- N 12 Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. terday the same teams played again said mass meetings. about the price of wheat, which our in the last national election. Rev. Charles R. Hemphill, pastor of Foster, at an age which wo might;be 12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Resohed, That at the hour of 2 p. in., pold bug contemporaries dilated eo the Second Presbyterian Church. The led to expect of a man of his character wnn iiaraing anu Ingram as (J. u.'s Wilkes H. Morgan, Chm'n. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. 21 time, on Tuesday, July 12, much about, reccveda rude blow last S. E. Booth, Sec'y. wedding was a quiet one, only the fam- and accomplishments still greater battery. A lSi:t. a district convention, at Danville week when Mr. Leiter, the great Chiily, relatives and close friends being in achievements in the domain of science With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful pictur. . M CORRESPONDENCE. cago .speculator fired a shell of the delegates chosen as above providPursuant to the action of the Demo- attendance. The bride woro a traveling to which his life was devoted. XI Also with a Ten (.siO.OO) Dollar purchase a larger picture fram-- d and y ed be held. into the high market price. A cratic Committee of tho Eighth Con- dress. There were no attendants. Mr. 'That in Dr. Foster's death our proready to hang up. Resohed, That all peisons who voted gressional District of Kentucky at the and Mrs. Walker left last evening for fession has lost one of brighest in twoda.i- - the price dropped its ornaWith a Twenty-fiv- e ($23.00. Dollar purchase we give from to J1.25, yet the lying argu. for the Bryan electors at the last nat- meeting held at Lawrenceburg, Ky., Xew York, where they will spend their ments, and one who by his p Mrs. Annie Land's select school closed steadfast furniture or a. beautiful bronze el. ck. Call in and see us. au elegant eee of mentis ol our g b c , like the brook, jro ional election, and who are qualified on the 1st day of June, 1S9S, the Dem- honeymoon. Mrs. "Walker is thesecond ness of purpose and v, vt persevering labor last week with interesting exercises. voters at the time of the mass conven- ocrats of Madison county are requested daughter of Mrs. Cara Boone. She is a on forever in thei- - deceptiou. had risen to a high ranks in the the Tho natrons were well pleased with her tions herein provided for are held, or to meet at the Court House in Richbeautiful young woman of tho brunette profession ho loved and honored. as a teacher. Stite.-- Minister llarrett will be such at the next succeeding mond, Ky.. and hold a Mass Meeting at type, and has many admiring friends. Resolved, That we desire to convey Mrs. William Brock has been very writes of the possible result of the war election; all Democratic youths who 2 o'clock, p.m., standard time, on Sat- She made her tleut about two years to his family and the immediate circle sick at her son's, C. F. Brock, at this in oriental countries. While repre- will be eligible to vote at such elec urday, 9th day of July, 1S9S, to select ago. Mr. Walker is a banker of Rich- of his friends our sincere and heartfelt place, but is better at this time. She senting Iifc country in Siain Mr. Rar-ie- tt tion, as well as such other persons delegates to attend the Democratic mond and is one of the most prominent sympathy in the great loss they have was on a visit. had exceptional opportunities for of Democratic faith who by their District Convention of the Eighth Con- men in the State. While Richmond is sustained in his early removal from a fctudying our le ations with the cast. imrticipation in such mass conventions gressional District of Kentucky, to be his home, ho has spent much of his There will be a Sunday school picnic time sphere of great usefulness and actiwty. McKek Coiner. Richmond, Ky. He has recently given hib views to the herein named and who shall thereby held at DannIIe,Ky.. at 2 o'clock, p.m., in this city, where he has many friends. at Jolly Ridge School-hous- e on the M. C. Heath, ) public He claims the war will give claim themselves obligated to support standard time, July 12, 189S, to select a Mr. and Mrs. Walker will make their 2nd day of July. There will be speeches O. A. Kenxeoy, JCoin. t force to the for the early the nominee of the district convention Democratic nominee for the oflice of home in Richmond. Louisville Disand singing, plenty to eat aud a good C, II. Vauoiit, J 7$ A$ A$ 70 7r$ 7ff 7W 7fl A c instruction of 'he Nicaragua canal, shall be entitled to participate. time generally. All invited. Come and Congressman for the Eighth Congres- patch. Tic Danville Advocate to The Rescue. and once this route is open it will debring baskets, and your sweethearts. Wilkes II. Mokgax, Chairman sional District of Kentucky to be voted S. D. Booth , Secretary. velop an enormous trade in cottons When we wrote our indictment of for at the regular November election cises and base ball game Thursday. SILVER CREEK. with the South American Pacific states Centre College's base ball team last 1S93. Messrs. John Arnold and W. P. SimCoyle. To the wife of George Coylc, week v,e felt certain that the gentle and the oriental nations. A xcjiiiei: of gold organs are devoting The Strawberry supper at Kirksville mons, of Richmond, spent Sundav Jxo. B. Cuexault, Chairman, at Paint Lick, Juno 1, a girl. With a route of our own through considerable space these days to a mismewer of the Advocate's Cat column was a success. Madison County Dem. Com with the former's brother, Robert ArMcDoxai-American and Pacific waters the representation of Mr. Bryan. The To the wifo of Mr. C. C. would come to the rescue ol the indefen.Mrs. James Rowlett is at Slate Lick nold. fcHporiority of McDonald, on Monday night, June G, sible collegians of that blessed burg. But wiil outweigh iiiusvine nines anu oilier gold orSprings for her health. Air. George C. Moore, brother ot our any extra expeiit-ea fine girl. we had no idea that the mild manThen the Ameri- gans have paraded the false statement Quite a number from here went to postmaster, Henry Moore, has been apcan fflaunfaetiiPir and cotton grower that Mr. Bryan was defeated for the Dr. Eugeno Hume is at home from nered Giovannoli would attempt to Mallory Springs Friday. pointed First Lieutenant under Col. ran successfully mmpele with the Brit- captaincy of the company in which he New York. our article with pointless Born, to the wife of J. F. Mason, on Colson in the 4th Ky. Regiment. He ish manufacture! and his cotton grow- enlisted. Tho falsify of this state ridicule after unblushingly confessing Miss Sue Hume has returned from left Saturday for Jackson and Owsley ing competitors t f the orient. Cosby. At his home, in Fayette he Lad not even read our side of tim the 2Gth ult., a daugliter. ment will be made apparent by the school at Nashville. counties to enlist as volunteers. comity, near Cleveland, Ky., on Sun- question! But we accept Harrig's refollowing extract from the official rePrayer meeting at Silver Creek School Miss Bessie Watts, of Fayette, is visiTixes change. Parties change. Poli- port of the assistant adjutant general day, May :!0, Mr. W. M. Cosby, of old joinder for all it ia worth, a bit ot house every Wednesday night. Paint Lick has now four stores all ting Mr. 15. Edgar Turley. ticians change. But principles have of Nebraska: age, being ninety-fou- r years of ago at pleasantry, a batch of ridicule, a little Bean Allen sold to Parrish & Douglas enjoying a good trade. There is plenty Miss Lizsetto Dickson, of Paris, is the time of tho imnmtabiliiy of truth. Back in enough business Lincoln, Xeb., May 23. 189S. Gen done here death. He was the father warm weather advice but in defense a few stock hogs at $3 per hundred. to with Miss Katie Blantou. 1SG3 John Sherman, in a private letter eral P. II. Barry, Adjutant General of support a bank, and tho merchants of twelve children, ten surviving him. of Centro's cold blooded cowardly conboveral at this place went to Alt. here as well as Miss Nannie Heath was welcomed J. E. and C. D. Cosby, of Red House, duct, not one line! And this is dated March 301. i of that year, expres- Nebraska. Lincoln, Nib General: 1 the citizens of the entire what Zion Saturday night to the Strawberry respectfully submit herewith sed tlietound in respect to the of the election for oilicers of my report home last week from Elizabethtown. this county; O. W., White Hall; It. D., they teach at Danville? And this community hope soon to have one in company supper. Wad ol money wlmli ''honesty" re- A, Third regiment, Nebraska national our town. Mrs J. V. I.ogan, Jr., and little fcpearsville; Judge James, Mrs. A. C. what the model reporter of the model Mr. Eugene Hume met a hearty welquires should be paid the holders of guard. The company met at its head- ohild, of Florida, are at Dr. Taylor's. Itosell and Z. T. Cosby, of Missouri; Advocate advocates, when as much Miss Nannie AlcCarley was favored come by his many friends on his return oar national bon.L. Twenty years ago quarters on the 22d inst., at S p. m. with a crowded house last Friday Mr. John Anderson, of Lexington, and Mrs. M. J. Brown, of Montaua. honor and truth are at stake as is invol from The roll being railed, showed four abschool in New York last week. Sir. Sherman, then Senator of the sentees. I stated to nigh at the closing exercises of her the company tho was here court day to buy some mules. Deceased lived to see all of his chil- ved m any business transaction. Shame United States said: Mr. John W. Allen left for his home school. The progam was good grown and members of the church. again and again on the whole contrapobject of the meeting and requested throughMiss L. Estelle Poyntz has returned dren "My construction of the law is the the nominations for captain. Mr. V. at Greenville, Tennessee, Thursday, out all the pieces being well Of the rendered. home from Lewisburg, West Virginia Cosby, twelve children surviving Mr. tion, good natured Harry thrown iu after rusalt of careful ixamination, and I feel J. Bryan was nominated, the nominaa visit to his sister and brother, The Paint Lick string band furnished none have ever been arraigned with the New England bully, Berry, OYER SIOO.OOO PAID IN MATURITIES. quite sure an impartial court would tion wasbeseconded with tho request Seminary. before the church or the court. underneath. Our contention is that Mrs. W. B. Jones and Mr. J. A. Allen. music for the occasion. mat it made by acclamation. I Misses Mary and Mattie Tribble reconfirm it the case should be tried be- stated the motion, railed a vote and oentre College's team outraged the OVER 538,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Dr. I'. B. Nichols and his excellent fore a court. Yojr idea that we puqiose every man stood up to his feet. It was turned last Thursday from school at VALLEY VIEW. Dr. Foster's Sad Death. truth when they photographed themwife leave next week for Colorado, in unanimous. 1 was going to declare thp Washington. to repudiate cr violate a promise when W. E, Chase was in Nicholasvillelast Richmond, so inured to sensations. selves as "College Champions" of Kensearch of health. Dr. Nichols, during we otter to redeem the 'principal' in result when Mr Bryan declined the COUPONS PAID, MAY, 1S9S. Miss Mann, one of the handsomest was none the less nomination tucky; that they broke their promise Friday. shocked and prot his seven years stav here, has enjoyed legal tenders is erroneous. girls in the Blue Grass, is visiting Miss foundly moved by I then called for new nominations to settle b another and a decisive Bef.A'o. Cour. No. Xak. Air. Fred Burton and wife is visiting an exceedingly fine the announcement practico and it is Cost. Value. 'J think tho bondholder violates lor captain. I am, general, vour obedi- Julia Higgins. on Saturday morning last that Dr. John game tho superiorly of the one or other friends ai. Kirksville. with sincere regret that the people of 1137- - 3 E B Wrenni his promise when he refuses to lake the ent servant, ... Lexington, Ky. Vhtou Vifoiaix, Dr. Edward M Smith, of Versailles, M. Foster was dead! The operator 13.50 ?12:;.oo team. .And nere are figuies which at Preaching here next Sunday, every this community learn of his departure. 1500 1 1700 Perry Crosthwaite.. Mime kind of money he paid for the Assistant Adjutant General and Enlist has been isiting Lexington, Ky 4L50 126 uo relatives at Eirksville me telephone exchange, at an early show that Centre's is the inferior team, body cordially invited. in officer. 15501 lfcliO R A Good bonds. If the ( use is to be tested by .. Lexington, Ky 44.oO L2S.IIO hour, rightly supposing that such au not deserving of the title of Chaumions. The sentiment that "in a national for several da vs. NEW YORK FASHIONS. 1599 f 1S95 D P Keuyon Alis. T. J. Jones is spe iding a few the law I am richt. if jt js to be tested Lexington, Ky 4150 Mr. J. G. Lane, of Shirley, 111., is event would warrant the task, notified but rather of Chumps. 12.0 by Jar CookeS aderti,ement I am crisis we aro all Democrats, we are all 164SJ f)G2 D B GooU- days with friends at Wico. Lexington. Ky 13.o0 123.0 republicans, and we are all Populists" visiting his brothers, Squire and Win. many of the subscribers and these in C. U.'s Recokd 1097 wtong. I hate 'epndiation or anything Airs FM Jasper Union Mills, Ky lev. O. J. Young preaches at Antioch A fetching front to a white silk . 45.50 turn spread the startling news broad- C. U. 10 is a favorite sentiment with the Times. Lane, of this county. 123.1 vs like it, but we ought not to be deterred State Col. 4 next Sunday all are invited to attend. blouse is crossbarring of velvet, in Simmons. ... Lexington, Ky.. . 42.50 cast through the city, so that at break- - C. U. 14 Cut that newspaper refuses to practice 120.00 Mr. W. Cosby, of Red House, has riplu for fear of undeserved from what is G. C. S D B (cod .. Lexington, Ky Mr. O T. Soper has decided to re- black, or some bright or dark color. 42.50 120 tt epithets. If under the law as it stands what it preaches and persists in the return-- d from Albany, Ga., where ho last tune the theme of conversation C. U. 11 O build Most bodices end at the waist;otbers Centre It A ,0'ood ... Lexington, Ky. was the sudden and lamentable death C. U. 13 his saw mill which was recently misrepresentation ol the patriotic atti- spent the past winter. 41.50 117.00 the holders of K. U. O burned. can only be have a mere suggestion of a basque. II C Iforsperger... .- .- Keene, Ky of one of our most widely known citi- C. U. 'J 42.50 120.no paid in gold, the bondholder can de tude of mon against whom the Times Miss Martini Clay, daughter of Col. g K. U. O Some sleeves are D II .O'ood to the - Lexington, Ky zens, w ho had been found dead in his C. U. happens to have a political grievance. Air. J. W. Alasters, of Lexington. 41.50 117.W J inand only the kind of money he paid, Christopher Clay, of Bourbon, is the elbow, above which they wrinkle to G. C. O O Iplarschall Lexington.Ky.. oiiice. Mr. Bryan has enlisted for the service guest bought three head of horses hero last 41.50 C. U. 9 then he is a rej udiater and extortioner of Miss Ethyl Terrill. State C. O tho fullness which inaugurates the Dr H Stevenson . Chicago, III..L Dr. Foster was married to Miss Lizzie C. U. 4 11.50 week, paying $G5 to $100 per head. to demand money more aluahle than of his country in the waragainstSpain, jumction with tho shoulder Miss Margie Glass, who is visiting Duncan White Centre 7 WD Anderson and wife- - Leximrton, Ky and he 10 entitled to be exempt from about eleven years ago, 39.50 III.00 he.gave." Beverley Broaddus was awarded the Pale gray crepe de Chiro makes an Dr A P Taylor. . Lexington, Ky aotiseat least by men who have not Mis Pattie, will teach at Jackson Col- and three bright children are fatherless Total 70 " 4050 1 14.01 Opponents lit contract for building the school house ideal Summer gown. A pointed legiate Institute next year. DrS A Donaldson yoke . Lexington, Ky who but a few days ago possessed an een fit to otter their services to their 59.50 Forfeited to C. U, 9 to 0. lll.no at Baldwin, over several competitors. of turquoise velvet and other accesG I Asher Miss Pattie, Miss Mary Belle Miller affectionate, indulgent parent, full of Lexington, Ky country. 40 50 114 U) Centke's Recoku Squire J. A. Y'oung will hold special sories of similar hue and fabric, enS. Co... 6ood Lexington, Ky It is observed also that these same and Miss Matilda Triblne will spend vigor, healthy, happy and a stranger to ... 3S.50 10S yW II Shears C 15 vs K. U. 3 court at Alillion Wednesday, to try the hance its dainty beauty immensely. gold organs that have had so many un- the summer at Asbury Park, N. J. despondency or trouble. He was about fAUviUo, Ky S9.50 1.00 C. 12 If a sash js not fringed, it is some(Dr A P Taylor- Lexi ugtonV-nr- r forty-twG. C. 0 parties who broke up his court a few ay 50 kind words for Mr. Bryan since ids enyears of age, nevertheless Dr. The Madison Junior Social Cluhir.ivo 111.00 C. 7 days ago at Newby. Those who believe times finished with rows of & Armstrong.... t Metcalfo Lexington, Ky C. TJ. 4 listment have failed to sav anything in their usu d brilliant hop in the Collins Foster had achieved an enviable rank" 3S.50 10S.OO C. 10 Main and Broadway ribbon across the lower end, or EII& A R Meyer Danville, Ky.1 G. C. 7 that a Free Silver court is partial are criticism of those eminent goldbugs,, building on Monday night. Wehrley's as a practitioner of medicine, but prin3S.50 10s 00 C. 9 F H Xorton s. C. 0 ignorant of what constitute law and edged all round with lace. Lexington.Ky cipally in surgery his fame rested. He Norton and Elliott of Harvard colle-- e! band, of Louisville, discoursed 3S.50 ios.00 the C. 9 K F Johnson Evelyn C aisle. Baltimore, Mil who gave utterance to sentiments that music. was devoted to his profession. talked it. S. CO order, and would creatn discord in a "H 50 96.00 C.9 W J Newman community where the t est people are . Lexington.Ky would well nigh warrant a charge of K. TJ. 0 as 50 Miss Emily Chenault White, of stuuied it, practiced it constantly. Al-10S.O" C. O A A Bartlett C. U. 11 anient While metal supporters. lion's is This! . Cincinnati, Ohio treason being made against both of While Hall, royally 35.50 99.0 entertained her eral post Dinweu pnysician ne toolc sev. Alary F Shely Lexington, Kj them We offer One Hundred Dollars Regraduate courses in medicine 37 50 friends on last Saturday evening in lOG.Co G AI Asher ward for any case of Catarrh that canTotal 77 Newspajiers that fiud such ample time PAIXTUCK. Lexington.Ky and surgery in New York Opponent's 34 Ger33.50 93 0o Of our Mid-Ma- y not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Merchan- iu which to heap abuse upon a man honor of her charming guest, Miss many, and was equipped withandknowlJohn L Fisher Forfeited Louisville, Ky Margaret White. a 26.50 F. J. Ciiesby & Co., Props., Toledo. SI5.S Lillie Lochner- dising. Your map will who has shown his patriotism and Miss Dollie edge of his profession of which Dr. J G. Bosloy, of Union City, has Louisville. Ky 30.50 S15 CENTRE COLLEGE Williams will play the Asa Dodge whose only offense is that he entertains We the undersigned, have known F. Lexington, Ky few can boast. decided to locate here. show that Lexington is the 36.50 24. Vs at Chatauqiia the compolitical views dilferent from, tho views Albert Hoehu The jealousies of professional life LOWEUS ITS COLORS TO THE KENTUCKY UNILouisille, Kv Air. Eugene Kavanaugh, of Corbin, J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and' ing season. A better selection for 31.50 nutural trade center of the entertained by these newspapers SI Jio believe him perfectly honorable in all the from which few are free, will not Nellie Brown VERSITY, ., Louisiil'o,KT... ought is visiting Mr. Harry Francis. business transactions and finnnpi.iliJ 29.50 :i9.or Blue Grass Section, and at least to find 60ino time in which to position could not have been made. deter all his brethren from jpiningnow Luke U Milward Ky., June 4. (Special to Lexington, Ky in Aliss Lula AlcClure, of Crab Orchard, able to carry out any obligation mad? 35 50 S2.0O J F Kilcus the universal acclaim that Jno. M. Fos- Lexington Herald.) The Kentucky is visiting that Our Store is the con- to say something concerning the trea- Lexington Gazette. Louisville, Ky ...".".""." 35.S0 iy ineir iimi. her cousin Airs. Robert Ar- West & Tbuax, Wholesale S2.0O Miss Florence Mvers is vibiting Miss ter was a Val Schmidt Druggists. physician of extraordinary Univeroity base ball team defeated nold. Louis ille, Ky verging point for Buyers sonable sentiments uttered by two of Minva Park Phelps at Richmond 34 50 79 4.: Toledo, O. Walding, Kinxix the most eminent goldbugs of the counBarbara Prechtel ability as evidenced by his success in tLe Centre College club here Louisville, Ky- in 33.50 Mr. A. If. Severance spent Sundav of Furniture, Capets, Wall try. 77.0; E. L. Woods shipped a car load of Marvin. Wholesale Druggists. Toll-do- , JHTilford with his practice here for the past fifteen an exciting contest of ten innings. The Ludlcw, KyL O. 33.50 77 ot; Paper and Draperies is The man who risks hia life in the de- his wife, who is ill at her father'K in years or more. He was a quiet man, game was a tie at the end of the ninth. hogs Tuesday for which ho paid 31 cts. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal-f Stevens & Alarshall iKy. .. 32.50 74 .;. fense of his country is entitled to the Richmond. Stanford Journal. ly, acting directly upon the blood arid Albert Hoehn... yet always ready in conversation, flu- The Lexington team batted out the per pound. what wc tell now. 2950 A very delightful occlusion high consideration of men of all politim.bo J A Barlow ent of speech, interesting and learned. victory in the tenth. The strum.!- - Messrs C. A. Fish and H. L. Francis, mucous surfaces of tho system. Prifce of the soTso-cal parties. The nation that can 69.30 were up to the commencement exer- - 7oc per bottle. Sold bv all DruM-is- t enroll commencement festivities was the Though always preoccupied with his created the wildest excitement testimonials free. junel- Total DRAPERIES. among its soldiery Filch men aa William hop on Monday night at the Hotel profession he was not unmindful Later. Yesterday's Danville Advo"i of mmm $1,565 50 $4152.5. m It is our ambition to have you look J. Bryan is indeed a fortunate nation. Glyndon. Many beautiful visitors others who were struggling for a cate shines resplendent with the tmM, tt IOFIT OVER COST... Those who are acquainted with the were present and enjoyed the nfrnir place in its ranks. Hence not his fam. t last. It says. through this stock. ....$2,4S7.0) of Mr. Bryan's patriotism, who huguelj . ilyalono mourn his untimely death- Clnney Curtains at "Kentucky University forfeited its SS.oO a pair . know of his great peisonal courage, cr; 40 ., Mr. George Taylor Barbour, nephew but others who had received his sub game with Centre College Saturday Scrim Curtains. rST Write For Official Literature. who understand w hat a thorough leader o' Rev Dr. L. G. Now FiIi Net Ocayard Barbour, of thiscily, stantial aid and his wise advice mourn and sent a mixed team fiom lexm"--o,. . nf vtlmi ..v, ,.,, j,..iii.u mat ne lir !c winl:.... ....... to fill the date. Hindman, Centred Upholstery goods iu large variety. win im- and a well remembered student of C II sincerely the death of their friend. prove every opjiortuiiity to advance his was united in marrirgo But it is all so sudden, so unreal: Dr. pitcher, had a sore arm aud was freely M iss Margaret to country's interest and that he will show Abbie Pickett, second daughter of Br Foster dead! The funeral cortege has' batted, giving the visitors the game by WALL PAPER. himself to be a true soldier. a score of 9 to S. Batteries-Hindu- ian passed, the cruel gash in mother Thomas E. Pickett, of Mavsvillp earth The newspapers that aro engaged in May 29. The wedding Have you neeii our east window? It has closed over his body, and his fami uuuaM;r; wauace and Hoard. Bits was a fashiona11 CHEAPSIDE, LEXINGTON would le like painting the lilly or gild- systematic assaulis upon Mr. Bryan only ble event in Maysville social liar f gnre wesee no more on our streets, -L- exington, 14 ;, Centre, 8. KY circles. do injury to themselves and their own ing gold to attempt a description of 8: Centre. 8. This lnavc This evening at S o'clock, at the resi- uaauiiigtonnuiroon his healing mis. T. MILLION, Local Agent, Richmond, ;MRS. .1 ti...:- - ..!...... MO US. xtis one of those rare occur- - C U. and Centre tied for the J rices Ky. "i3 inu uesijjiiH. ... are unholy cause. The niau who goes to dence of the bride's parents, me very lovebt. We invite coinpari- - the front may be injured by Spanish T. P. Dudley, at Wnm rfLc nr Mr. and rences in life which our reason Not for war, but to join our armv of championship, with hardly any .. , cannot ,...,mi,,,Uii,nUl omieus, nut ne cannot be injured by ley and Mr. son. customers. We are now offering many Hubert Bonnv. ..Hisooi mat accept, refuses to comprehend. We are ..v.o ui mo uecicung game on STEIt COMillSSIONEIt'S paper wads hurled at him by political grieved, are sad, are conscious of our count or the lateness of tho 1'iai.e, it iu oe great bargains in Corsets, Black and skulkers who find it inconvenient to en- affair will be iiniteu m marriage. The loss, yet rebell, and still FURNITURE refuse to sub- season." Colored Dress Goods. rather quiet only the imlist or who have nothing but words of mediate Allow us to ejaculate O Kyt relatives and close friends of mit to the truth, so awful is it. But Jit "On account Special Curtain tables and palm abuse for a political opponent who goes the contracting parties is true, and a fond wife widowed of the lateness of tho season!!" , Jardinieres and Tuborette. a stand-being invited. while There t--, all where they dare not go. the new finishes. See the assortment. i he marriage of Mr. J. Stone Walker yet she slept in peace, children rendered is a large amount of sincere disgust Madisos Circuit Court. ine'a Aiimr. wn of this city, and Miss Clara Wallace' lameness whilst they tossed on downy expressed in tho simple word Rats ! Tables 3 50 now, usual value 5. attirtw. ' CO - 09- CALL FOR A CONVENTION. On Alonday C. TJ. defeated the Fry (JOis t'a Heirs. Ac. f. Boone, of Louisville occurred on Tues- beds of ease, and a community bereft Palm stands $2.60 now, usual value f strong ot one or its best citizens, all stand Louisville Olympics 15 to 5. Bitrger day evening of last week in the xn 8aniiyU5nr?he.!yno'Uiedto file tho city, a"ter which Mr. and Mrs. Walker aghast at the truth, for Dr. Foster, the Lawkencebukg, Ky., Taborette? f3 now, usual value S3.50. on " fond husband and father, skilled physiJune 1st,. I89S. left for a trip to New York. Under S O C3 ori!lbefoVSH. "" "l august, loaa. or same Our line of Wash Goods is complete Awarded . K. CZT."" the cian and good citizen, is no S.E. SCOTT, "clU O OA Pursuant to the call of Wilkes II. title "Married" in another column, apmore. M. CJt. c. C. Highest HonorsWorld's Fair. u xiwou dbbiciuLive prices. Mrs. Aliee Helm and son, Mr. Morgan, Chairman of the said Demo' pears a fuller notice of Foster this marriage. Holm, of Then we have a goCd Cloth Lexington, sister and nephew cratie Committee of the Eighth Con- Rev. D. Clay Lilly, cf Tuscaloosa, of tho late Dr. J. JI. Foster. wr .,ressiouaI District of Kentuekv ,;,! Ala., Jt the Presbvr!ri.."n w ! nii.i Tn Jhade for 25 cents, and on Up nero aatirday by the iatter's sad death committee met at Law renceburg Kv sembly, at New m prices. We make fco was nWm,i on Juno 1st, lS'JS at 1 .'.' Secretary of the Oilcans, Evangeliza- Their mother, Airs. Dr. Thomas Poster,' order kWsli',H.1.5t.h.4a.0.f .May from EichmonJ Ipnrl Corored of Lexington, was prostrated bv there being present, besides the Chair- tion. He says: m all colors and e pam the 'phades "This will lay a great man, S. E. Booth, of Anderson; J. s. ft i.eboi ner sons sudden demise, and ueal of work upon me; in addition to could tor widths at city prices. to her reconot leave home on the sad misonrisman, of Boyle; G. T. Farris, of my already heavy work as uastnr T We ery.Bnchfc tomutioa as trilt leadMITCHELL. So when you visit'the City don't su E. E. win sion of witnessing his Cairard; David Bell, of Jessamine; J. uan to to eninterment. To j!ha,ye just received a targe as- - ""j'yy roll your name on our roster to fight E. Carson, of Lincoln; J. B. Chenault," cnurcrj look after the work of our ner ami to Jus bereaved relatives, aro prices among all the negroes from and cheap material. Remembe" welvili sottment of sjx)ck .'shades. extended the tender sympathy of our "i iuuuisoii; w.j. .Bell, of Mercer; W. Virginia to Texas." pro tect you m every purchase, large or J. Sparks, of Rockcastle; W. M. Scott" community which held hitiHn high es- Ca I and kop tliom Jn..-, It was a genuine .MwuH.IlOa, iijj; ".oi.woy, v. ji. ijiack, of Spencer; to Richmond our pleasure to welcome teem, as evidenced by tho tremendously' - , h old friend. Pmf n v. large procession extendtnir fiom fi,prKes. and adopted the following resolutions haviae claims airainst estate Roberts, of Texas, for the last year Christian fixing time, place and manner of x, decease, will presest tie sara. tfee church to the grave, the lar-- i "WaiiiAyy. Jr- - "jf select profeawr at Jackson, erigeI, property Teried on or Ky. He Is surely e&irju me city's Wstorv. ' ing a democratic nominee for tho office iorginghis if?' if eri- it- - - - -., oartea. m AllfcCi, ik, JW8.u or Iter will ue caU and way to the top. He was dihUii Um MtaWt will MOST PERFECT MAnp! . congressman for the Eighth Con- .WindowShmlesHI j - -- . r,tioiw saM date and safe costs. graduated at Central UnWanrffc i ism4i A pure Grape Cream r Keatucky, A TRIBUTE IBOM A KBIEND. : of Tartar Powder! rii- "i ituaii.VTiia;i. Adm'rs. t se n O, M. yxVQWT, JHfcf irji Li-'P- ' a HTMimWliM .. li niiiB!r i IkWJ In common v, wjtb. all obj- - people iL. 1 j Ar vj ik""- v - t aab.r5r..'. ."r 1,9mm.mtsmmm m oitea more vai- 1 t QUO, ;iL-?-- -?jBfc ,; aHKG. tiBtateUEk r.? - fr-.j, efHMicli-RartfipNi took the vote of the Chairman, Wilkes Morgan, of Anderson county, to decide whether the Democratic Congressional nomination in the Eighth District should be made by convention or primary. All the other candidates, Gilbert, Thompson and Crutcher, sup posing that McCreary wanted a pri- It voted for 1S9S. at the regular Nove ruber elec-tio- n, the-las- x e fcle-d- court-hous- years, wasgrauuateu in taw actue great University of Missouri in '07, and was called to Jackson, Ky., to teach. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Million and two daughters attended the marriage of Prof. Pryor and Miss Ellio Hancock, at Lexington, last week. The bride, who is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hancock, has visited in this county, and made many friends. Thewedditig was a very swell afTair quite commensurate with the high social position of the contracting parlies, and the large array of gifts attested their popularity in and out of Lexing ton. Judge Beckner, of Winchester, got a letter Monday evening from his son Cadet J. T. Beckner, in which he says that his class at Annapolis has just been notified that they would be assigned to active nufy in the war at once, and would most probably leave to join Ad miral Sampson's fleet yesterday or today. Cadet Buckner is now a member of the first ckiss, or what would be known at college as a senior. He has one more year at the Academy. Tho 2nd 3rd anil 4th classes at Annapolis will bo allowed to spend the summcrat 1 ......... . was shocked and greatly grieved over the sndd n death of Dr. John M. Foster. Ho was my family physician and personal friend. I had learned to rely upon his skill and to trust his judgment. He was, by those competent ;to judge, regarded as the first surgeon of his age in the state, and had ho lived, would have lefca name to rank with Gross, Yandell and Dudlev. He never ceased to study, and was an enthusiast in his love of his profession, and inoro than this, he was an afiable gentleman of broad intelligence and courtly manners. He was a devoted husband and father, u kind neighbor, a brave and pa" trtotic cit'zen, and a consistent, exemplary member of the Christian church. In his death, I think Madison county has sustained a loss greater than would have occurred on the passing away of any other citizen. Many a poor sufferer whom he had served without fee or reward will bless his memory. C. F. B. Rurnaniwood, June 7, 1S0S. I . XjRf I We Advertise Foots MMn I i Mlmm Hill If fell JR It ...Vi it ii. M' vi m low rices an d - Good Goods .Jt Hood's Sarsaparilla 7 MARRIED. Wal-Inc- . prol-nbl- y Bust-a-fou- grand-fathe- r, ill .,. L" 13-in- Uonse-qHcutl- Sl-7- 5 ?f" Ex-Unit- 1VT J f "RT "P T7 JJr O iiio'-eineu- BIRTHS d SOUTHERN - on-cott- on . PERSONAL. DEATHS. MUTUAL ansvt-er(?- ) INVESTMENT Of Lexington, Kentucky. COMPANY tln-irin- e I Safest Investment .'. Largest Profits. r U- - jddres. S.-- -. . i i i plain-fittin- . . - ft -- " CFiBrower&Co . oi-l- l '! -- o narrow-velve- Ike Stoelie Point '"" ly Dan-yul- to-da- y i u Loui-,viIIe- ,j f - ty .,.-,- l.. n 1 VOLUNTEER " SMITH BOWMAN a. WANTED! Errors-Lexin- gton, '"" 1 - inter-collegia- m CENfll 1 Hi m WASH GOODS "" "1 -- INDOff i Notiie to Creditors! 9 n-f- IHADES I a,i a, 3 SfS'T'R? 1 fl us for r:....i Da Si urganaies, .Lawns and Dr ess Linens we tim - w CREAM f? hi6 f slall -.' Lt)ST DOG f -- - i. wpilF.r r .Kmi. 1 BAKING POWDIR - w ce to Creditors! T7 -ii 1 3t White OF -- ft- aiamr.iHBi ? :Sil$ori. 7 ? 'j.uuiii,j ,ai -- AAm --' 23smBszaEE2BBm . -- - -.- ,rz 2?.i.. Twi",slIWB.1r: muajMrKvi; e Xt' 1. 3;i ' -- I V sf li - Ir All vr' "it -- P'fcAf t . af r--"- i ?gpji ni :S' 11 jj B. . irta-- yf . .b--'X!- '' Js.i. it n's V ST5" nt - fcrlr Ts v VK sn x S Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly. Shells, but with in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's and Youth's Shoes. - ' Vy, In STRAW HATS and Gent's Eurnishings. BAR-GRIN" Strawberry Supper. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pond Christian Church will ou Friday night, June 10, give a strawberry supper, for the benefit of the church. Everybody is invited to come. Tweniy.Fire Years Old; RICHMOND, MT. STEELING AND GEORGETOWN COjSIPRISING r f M t-- StyIe9 Quality and Slt will pay 3ou to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. a : 2K Price Guaranteed STREET, RICHMOND, KY. The Climax is twontv-flv- e years old to day, having been started (as the Richmond Herald) a quarter of a cen tury ago. It has 1,325 regular weekly readers, the largest number of subscribers of any paper published in the Eighth Congressional District. Killing in Clay. the three large stores op the $$ ,SW" 4 lusy Bee Cash Store Company. Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabrics ever held in the Blue, Grass Regions of Old Kentucky. 8 ale w 207 WEST MAIN a r Proctor Knott Cigar. Horse Wanted. "We want to buy a horse to ma'ch our iron gray, 14J to 15 hands, to be Iriven in delivery wagon. Hukst fc Fowlfr, Groc rs. Orange and K. St. wmB0mm0m Do you understand B ar s John D. "Whito passed through here Friday evening, en route to Manchester, near which his nephew Will White, Sheritl of Clay county, was instantly killed the day before by Thomas Baker, who shot White dead oft" his horso. It is claimed that Laker killed him because he was a friend to the Howards Baker is a brother to Anseand Al Baker, the participants in the killing of the two Howards and wounding the father. pR Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale ; they must all go. an- - This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. at 3 cents One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out per yard, former price 5 cents. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY JtW'E 8. 1S0S. tree iMcal Facts That Every Man Advice jast what Dr. J. C Ayers medicines will do for yon 7 Are they helping you 03 fast as yon think they ought? Writo to our doctor. He will answer all questions, and give yon the best medical advice, absolutely free. Address the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass. Miss Paltie's Musical. patterns to close at Sc per yard, former price We have We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. o o Advertisements will g O O 1 a Another Richmond Hobson. by THE CLIMAX with lie guar- - g antce that its circulatio exceeds There is a greater Hobson than ours! that of any other paper 'iiblished C Dr V. II. Hobson, our popular . entist, in Richmond. c surrenders the palm for daring to his c relative. Richmond Pearson hobson, who ran the Merrimac into the harbor of Santiago. See our first page Dr. Hobson, Dentist. i received c C s HOUL IF &t WEARING CLOTHES 5. -- qH " l one of the largest New York importing houses for new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up be1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the tween our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from Gc to 8c per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elbewhere less than 12i to ISc per yard. just closed a purchase with Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Roraani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold in this sale at 8c per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. off have recently added toourline of im) ported French Organdies about 300 new styles ( and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the ) fine patterns includod at 19c per yard, former (m price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. ) All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburgs and Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc., have been made to low in this sale that each and every item purchased w ill be ) a bargain. You can't go wrong hero. "We ) With a reckless abandon born .f sheer delight our citizens rip and rui. their All the war new ou oar firt page. vehicles across Main Street where late-I- r they dared not go out of a sua l's galThe best smoker, the I'roctor Knott lop for fear of wrenching off a wheel ugar. on the street car track. Let Midkitr paint and trim your But the tracks are no more, a id the mavll-Cin- o carriage. people are glad, Billy Devore i, glad, Straw berry stippor at Pond Church and the little mules are glad. We are all glad we are glad. Fndaj, night. Tinstate favorite, the Proctor The Bank Tax Decision. Knott cigar. The Circuit Court of Appeals I)r L. H. Landman will be at Mr. handed down-decision in tl e Kentucky Bank Tax cases, involung the J B Willis V hito's Station, constitutionality of the Hew if Law. Mr. Sim The court holds that the llewi t Law had a valuable mule kill by lightning is a contract with those banks acceptlast week. ing its provisions which cannot be ree Midki IPs line of 1'Uggies bofore voked. This decision, if affirmed by yon Inn All work gmniutoed. the Supreme Courts, means the loss of thousands of dollars yearly to thecoun-tie- s in 11 Omo and cities of Kentucky. Cincin-- I av the best and hoapest road nati Dispatch. u the market. S. L. Miijkikk. Madison County's Election Commission. Local option election postponed. to-da- y Beautiful, hot weather Torn Up From End to End. a to-da- y. Lar-koy.o- 1 m gm- - Anderbon has been fall bchoc-- at High Point, tii' ne. t 1 .u tit Lick. 1 .irmers ay the outlook for a good rop in Madison is letter than it wheat for ear. has Mis, 1 lii-e- n Pursuant to the requirement of tha new Election Law passed by the late Legislature, the Commissioners f Election for Madison county were named on Monday, and are as follows: John 15. Chenault, of Richmond, Win. A. Langford, of White Hall, and David G. Major John 1). Ilanie has in six Martin, of Brassfield. All are pumin-en- t hundred acres of wheat which is as fine citizens, respected by all parties, as au in the county. and no one will dissent from the above made upon recomuienuation boy cow kukvd aoiiiHll colored Mr Mat Todd , near Berea. f the County Committee. living at r. last Wednesday and brok.- - his leg. Will Keep Their Families on Ice This -Sum-mc- ttend the Straw! rry Sapper to be given by the Ijidie-- " Aid Society at tlie Pond Church Frid.iy night. Norrib Uros., report 000 aheep on the market Monday. P .to o per lb., all sold. 170 cattle froi.i 3 to 5c, all sold. Officer Calnves came v..T)stenl"4 ' take, to ored escape horn the Win he.ster chain . - they are hustling oil atycur own irioe. Tnev are indispensable articles. ! e ps only once or twice will you buyJiti,iUU"eCTrirm"e awa3' '" llie w.inuiii oi biiiiuiier wimuiiiu run iterA Woman Jeweler In Richmond. ator or ico box to keep it and to vocp There are a number of ladies in Richjour milk, butter, meats, etc cold, iesh andsweet. Drop in and ee the t vies mond who might read the advice of Wc' iuday, 15th, of boxes before the stock is picked ver. one of their sex on the subject of Beginning next "Woman as a Jewelry Merchant" and Miss'lempie Oldham w hell everyA Novelty in Our City School. then practically apply her remarks by thing in her store, milh ry, etc., at Principal Clark tells us that the ptpils purchasing a store in this city just now jeS-2- t prime cost- of Caldwell High School have arrarsed for Kile, handsomely equipped for the has jck White the bla store di addition to the ordinary comuieice-me- jewelry business. We refer to thewhose gone to work at Dillingh:. 's shop on exercises, elsewhere announced, of tho late Ed. II. P. Palmer, Second street, with Dock.n erine. Call whereby the seven graduates wi'l be stock of goods is now for sale by the and seem them. Undered a (Hteraiy entertainmciit, Trustee, Mr. John It. ;Gibson. Here is half miles the Berea, free to the public, which will bo ery what Mrs. Sallie Short Barnes says in One and a the Jewelry Circular: . and Scaffold Cane pikelu been com-- o ijoyable. There will be tongs, react"Mrs. C. P. Barnes, who conducts a a valedictory to the pleted and the Comiuissio rs report itj ions, papers, and graduates by Master J. G. C. Mauiiin. jewelry business in Louisville, recently me " the best road m All partrons and friends of the schocS gao to a newspaper reporter some of on hand& now full line of I have are invited to attend. Exercises at hbr ideas of the adaptability of women high grade buggies, carria s and road 3:30 p. m.. Thursday, in the school to the jewelry business, i& a business," wagons at lowest prices said Mrs. Barnes, chapel. After the exercises the gralu S. L. 'IDKIF1'. mavll-Gmnice lunch by 'in which I would advise any woman ates will be tendered a with a small capital to invest. Equally Tr j. Leu Ballard, tl, bus man, the pupils. would I advise her to invest in solid wishes the people of It Imioud to f. silverware. It is always salable, and A Remarkable Occurnince. know that the bus will Hike calls or There was a remarkable funeral in is something any woman displays more meet all trains both day night. town yesterday. Martha Uoggs, an taste in selecting than men. Toilet arAt Mrs. William lr '8 garden aged colorad woman, who has all ier ticles are another item which women you can find peas 5 cent per gallon, life been in the Mcltoberts famih at are best fitted to handle. Too many cabbage plants and celery lants, all & Danville, died there on Monday, the women are crowding into the old, well broken back prices, uimc o bee. worn paths of business. They should had been a mother to the McHohe-tEvery roan, woman nd chil children since their mother's deuh try new fields, and parsonally I know should ask Col. B. 'Cooke p0tts for years ago. "With rarest gratitude tie of none in which women are bo badly eyes for the beautiful, copy of "Illustrated Anier.an Navy, children provided the finest funeral ir- - needed. Woman's jw raugements, coffin, hearse anu mee and artistic sense is more needed in the ieciitxl liv his compauj, carriages, accompanied the remains to jeweler's business just now than in Life. Tackle him now. Richmond and saw them unaeriy Jiut millinery or notions. Look at the waste ., T)r. Vausrht has bought the Jasoi . !... .1. iiuhj.hu in millinery goods. A lot of flowers flffAV. tiOd SmiieS UPOU BUl-....- Main reet, must- 'earn sone and ribbons and straw hats bought one 'who cti6ns, and the North of . .. , l ny southland. .he spring is not in style the next, and , , A.,r. in i v- - j :riMn iiinii negro is rionored and -resptcted wlor. what does the proprietress do with j win prouaoiy uiuc early falL Price private, ever and whenever ho shows himylf these old goods? Why, she must sell them at loss. Maupiu and Ates JJlytue nortliy of confidence and re.spect. Belle Women have been very successful in two Farristown negroes, $" been ar this was a rare occurrence of lining into jut Ibis wealthy family wcr.j not deer-- designing for textile fabrics, bricabrac. rested, on the charge jiill Maupin'ff meat housf ot week. ed bm performing an act vl gratitide sculpture and painting. Why not learn the needs of art in jewelry and silverTrial set for next Mondayg is biautiful iis it is uuusuil ware? ' Manufacturers will pay any Coming To Town Prof. Minier Warmly Endorsed. price for new designs in silver and tea Dr. John W Harris, ,of J." 104 City, Prlf. F. S. Minier is at no me iron a sets, etc. And where is there any more has purchased the property m 'hfrd trir'fr0"'1110'10 roceivc UPU1"3 need of feminine brains than in de and Moberley, will al o'Ji rcraodel retut a writicn iobiii"-- " iiu signing artistic jewelry, especially otcupy &dff.i 1 in which he is mju oy )Ur and beautify itaud later oa for precious stones." Speaking of - s who freely signed the cormh- - the possibilities of women bocbniintf il r same. V-. r..Wn of tlntr experts in the buyingof diamonds, Mrs, xneowy awsu,UK l u The Sinking of the M musical ability, tlir. Barnes said: "To my surprise I have conffcneo in his A full account of the sinl found that women can become better- admiltiu" fonhisepienum ju.. American BUip.jMerrimac, worlt with ur judges of diamonds than men. They bor of Santiago may be Jom .ndliis anequaled aclneveQieits have keener perception of their quali flrbt page together witiilllim; Jvei AMtb ties and a better oye for clearness and in Ll utliMii: bb 10 the ji no t it s worth reading. luster. I was also surprised to find that baHd i Kearney Ithel ??fe- - woinonfeeLlietter satisfied to depend CemmsflMWMt; fcirea Prefi. LrwiitiieM of .iw sew9ea otf the judgment and word of a woman The closing exercisee of C. T 's, thaa they do when buying these stones paratorv Department oarrei en liB-- ( toka of taen .Diamonds ate too dear te ev day in the preseiweofa Jq;e iw a.ttie ouiji.m ejy'feminine heartfor women not to btf 04lHrlHielnei ' ertt m a The exercises 's WiMhiwMJ, WW., wpsre of them.1' ''wSd:ctt3 )lK toh extreme. Tb demrfrf his" uiiot eoiae lady Teader of tfie m hrtWM8 .. ttcellent work -.WJl US4 om fer -- uandlpr. nf aUdt luilWlvTtr, U<aH store he v eorge & t Messrs. D. B. Shackelford & Co. have received a large assortment of refiigfcr- ators and cold storage ice boxes wliu.li a watch has poor movements you cannot expect accurate Despite the fact that the week was of interest to the crowded with events time the same reason holds good in CLOTHING. If the social portion of our citizenship and they were lying awake at nights planning ''Vitals," the "Insides" of a garment are poorly made you how they could catch up with their lost The vital brand sleep, Miss Mary Pattie's music class cannot expect to get "Wearing-Satisfactiwas greeted with one of the largest, one is superior in every way to all of the most fashionable and one of the CLOTHING , our Clothing, most appreciative and delighted audiences that ever assembled in the court -:house. It was an "invited affair," and consequently it was supposed that the house would be, perhaps, not over half Because every Garment is Tailored on a Strictly Scientific filled. But, lo, the scribe and his few of many good points you cannot SSf" Here bcribess and many others had to stand Basis. in the far rear of the house, so crowded see but get: The BUTTONS never come off, because they was it. And yet the best of attention onthepait of the large audience en- are seved through the cloth on CANVAS and SILESIA. abled everybody to see and to hear with To add firmness around the shoulders and blades, genuine ease and comfort. The performance was anything but amateurish, a feature so common on such occasions. Eory performer displayed the skill of a natural born musician and tin1 training of an able and consciencious teacher. And Just enough padding to retain the shape. Pure Flax Canvas there amid the applause freely accorded her pupils, modestly sat their pleased running from the topmost shoulder points and armholds down instructor, Miss Pattie, the center ot to bottom of coat, pressed and shrunk to conform to the attraction, her gentle personality being to give permanent The lapel is close hand-stitcheplainly diffused throughout the per- body. was a triumph musically! and proper shape, and contains formance. It And Miss Pattie and her legion of friends are fully satisfied with her year's 125 Yards More Silk Thread Stitching Than Any Other Make. work. The following are her pupils: Misses Minnie Dykes, Lizzie Feony, These ai'e but a few of the many good points about our Annie McCollum, Nell Totts, Nell Mer- Don't j'ou think that Clothing Tailored shon, Mary and Willie Traynor, Nannie CLOTHING. B McKeu-nHunt Powell, Kate and Mary with as much care and thought as ours is worthy of your Elsie Palmer, Elsa Zimmer, Kate The fact that you don't pay one penny more Hacker, Fannie Prather, Lizzie Jacobs, investigation? Nora Noland, Evelyn Smith, Marguerite than ordinary clothing is sold for elsewhere surely ought to Punch aud Mr. "Waller Traynor. All the good points MibS Pattie leaves in about two weeks interest the most economical buyers. to spend a month in Franklin county, are tailored in our $8.00, $10.00 and $12.50 suits. thence she goes to Asbury Park to study voice culture. She will return to .Richmond in the fall. on. 3 ST" -- S ( ) ( Remember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this sale will be CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all our stores. is the time to enlist as a customer We arc Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale w e ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to Now- - ) attend. We did not intend to hold this sale when we began giving tickets on our hand.some Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come arly and Very Respectfully. ) avoid the rush -- OTHER area :- MAKES, 'xfV' French Elastic Canvas is Used! d, &rS "tL Jones. Mile&burc. Pa writes: ' I have used DeWijt's Little Early Risers ever since they were f? LDHAM Xf Xf r&- COMPANY. sWpsr 19 cures M yifi kl .tt. w ' 7 s. n. P. CUBAN OIL Planters Cut'', Burns, Bruises, Rheu e90scaaeaeaa9aaeaeosseeess3n wwwwwWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW " a, Covington Dollars For a Dog. & Mitchell. gj; Paid Twenty-Fiv- e C. ri. S. Commencement. Mr. John Balhud, of White's Station, ! nt I " 'It o thinking that tho bird crop would be immense this fall and desiring to take a part with tho sports during the hunting season, sent to Cincinnati not long ago by his friend, Mr. Bud Dunn, to purchase an imported setter pup, giving Mr. Dunn $25 to pay for thesame. The pup was delivered with a fine pedigree and Mr. Ballard was much elated with his investment until recently, when developments in the growth of his canine fox proved it to be an hound of the most worthless type! John believes that Bud never went further than Farristown for tho pup and is trying to work this scheme oil on him as a joke. A The commencementexercises of Caldwell High School will be held at the Court House at 10 o'clock Friday morning, June 10th. The address will be delivered by Hon. J D. Black, of and tho music furnished by the Richmond Silver Band. Mrs. White's Musical. Great Contest at Stanford. e iue j Under the supervision of Messrs. Joe Waters, Sam Menefee andE. K. Beaz-le- y a grand contest in elocutiion will occur at Walton's Opera House, on Friday, June 17, in which "Nine Youug Ladies, each a Star in the ArtofElocu-tion- , will participate, and which will one of tfie inosit hotly contested, be largely attended and eujoyable occasions ever witnessed in this common- An occasion that invariably calls for a largo audience of delighted listeners is the annual exercises 01 Mrs. W. G. White's music class, Thia year was no exception. Mr. and Mrs. W. W Pigg's handsome home was filled with the patrons and friends of Mrs. White on Wednesday night in attendance upon the exhibition ot this popular teacher's music scholars. The evening was fine, audience large good attention, aud the scholars at their best. Mrs. White was gracious to all and manifested her satisfaction with the exhibition in a manner fully concurred in by her patrons. KigLtin it. matism and Sores. Price, 25 cent;). hnre and must say I have Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Tifvr nspd anv oills in mv family Q. White. during forty years of house keeping of the people of Eng that gave such satiitactory results jw a laxntivo or cathartic." Douglas & land suffer more or less from gout. Wines. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, Nothing startling in war news but candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. may 5 lyr w hat is on our first page. Chinese coinage in the shape of z. Do You Read knife lias been traced back as far as What people are sayins about Hood's 2240 B. C. Sarsaparilla? It is curing the worst case ot scoiuia, dyspepsia, rnuomausm Tetter, and Kczema. and all forms of blood disease, eruptions, sores, boils and pimples. It is The intense itching and smarting incigiving strongth to weak tired women. dent to these diseases is instantly allayed Why should you hesitate to take it by applying: Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases when it is doing so much for others? have been permanently cured by it. It 13 equally efficient tor itcning piles and Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver tonic." Gentle, re-- a tavonte remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites liable, sure. and chronic sore eyes. 25 eta. per box. War news on first page. Br. Cady's Condition Powders, are TEA cures Dyspep just what a horse needs when in bad condition. purifier sia, Constipation and Indi vermifuge. Tonic, blood not food and They are but gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. medicine and the best in use to put a fc Thomas, successors to W. Sold by Perry horse in prime condition. Price 25 Q. White. . ents per package. The German emperor owns 305 car Gov. Bradley pardoned Lou Emma riages for tho use of himself and court. girl from d Chandler, a Indigestive poisons are the bane of Owsley county. the dvsneotic's life. When sick, see if your sickness is caused by indigestive S. M. Geary, Pierson, Mich., writes: poisons. If so, take Shaker Digestive "De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is cur way ing more piles nere Cordial. This is the only certain man an of being permanently cured, because it other remedies combined. It cures is the only way mat gets nu oi me eczema and all other skin diseases." poisonous. You know that poison is Douglas & ines. unhealthy. Shaker Digestive Cordial Ac Spencer Station, yesterday, Thos. the stomach of fermenting food, clears and purifies the blood and system of in- Grcenade shot and fatally wounded digestive poisons. It cures indigestion AVm. L. Day. and the diseases that come of it. Headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach-acho- . Just try a 10c. box of Cascareis, the weakness, llatulencb, constipation, loss finest liver and bowel regulator ever of appetite, irritability, etc. These are made. mayl ly a few of the symptomH, caused by in Fleming county, Win, At Hillsboro, digestive poisons, curtd by Shaker Parker stabbed and killed his father-in-laDigestive Cordial. At druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 Ed Busby. It per bottle. One-tuelev- th Salt-Rhenm aV W Aft . S:::i: ( Everybody Knows aflV '::::: 9 0 Who quotes prices which show unmis- takbly that he is offeriii": the greatest Bargains in the City. Our Suits 1 It at $Z AA HAVE NO EQUAL. Planters" OUR twelve-year-ol- SUITS AT tP wooU ell made and are standard as heretofore. "We d7 CA Arc all 1.311 j have all-wo- ol Suits at $ S.00 9.00 10.00 to-ua- y Y that are worth dollars more. See our Children Suits at $ 1.00 1.25 1.50 i If you want to see great values. k Ik of Shoes k hm hM For OUR S1.25 SHOES o! Mim, !3 wealth." The .following towns will be represented, and we are sorry lo note Bichmond is without representation: Georgetown, Iexington, Garrard, Cin cinnati, Stanford, Lebanon, Mt. Vernon, Hustonville, Danville. Tho First Prize will be a Handsome Watch or Diamond Bing; the winner to have choice. Thn Second, a Beautiful S15 Pedestal and Jariuiere. SiwSpHeo. thi; ; . - you indigestion or sick headache? Then use Syrup Pepsin. Spend 10c for a trial bottle and you will be convinced. Large sizes 50c and $1.00. A true family remedy. At B. L. MIddelton. junel-lm That's where Dr. CaldweU's Syrup famiiy Each Omaha Pepsin is. The greatest remedy for the will bo paid So a week during the war. stomach that was over put together. Absolutely vegetable with the except Don't Tclacco Spit and 8moka Your Lifo Away. ion of the Pepsin. Are you constipaIt vou waut to quit tobacco usiuir easily ted? Then trj Syrup Pepsin. Have strong, magnetic, printer-soldier's r, -- and forever, bo made well, full or new ltfo aud vigor, take If tnat makes weak men the wonder-workestrong. Many gain ten pounds in len uays. Tollgato raiders are again at work in ui ) uver iuu.uou enrea. .tiny under guarantee to cure, 50c or Henry county. Guards will probably samplo mailed free. Ad. $1.00. Booklet and SterlIngRemedyt;o.,CliicaeoorjNow xoric. bo placed around the gates. y; Everybody Says So. Coscarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonderful medical discovery of ttio age, p'eas-aand refreshing to tno taste, act gently end positively on kidneys, liver and lowels, cleansing llio entire system, dlsjicl colds, euro headache, fever, habitual constipation and biliousness. Pieaso buy and try a box 10, ST., SO cents. Bt-I- and of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. nt Are all solid leather. Must be seen to be appreciated. SHOES OUR S1.50 BOY'S 1 That will be an eye-open- er to you. LTat You need a Hat and can't afford to let our all Fur f RELIGIOUS. Preaching at Silver Creek Chapel next Sunday morning and evening by Uev. W. E. Furr. ' Dr. MacMillan's f'ubject next Sabbath Morning wHl l ''The child as a Teacher in Holy Things." Beferring to the Baccalaureate Sermon before the claia-o- f the Stanford Seminary, the Interior Journal says: "The church was hiowded to the ut most and those who lions the heat and burden of the hour Iwero iully repaid irra moat excellent ftijmom by Rev. J, K. Smith, of RichnuHitL He discoursed from Janle94:l-4- : iForwhat is your lrfeV It. is- - oyen as b vennr fltofm- --4 a ri set-iin- gs I t j -- S I -- '.-- j riit -- Ire-.fu- l', mr L J it--- -: ' Tell the truth ! See first page. " Asort of opium is obtained from the 2Jo other preparation has even done common lettuce. so many people so much good as Hood's Sarsaparilla, America's GreatTho morst of Hoods Sarsaparilla est Medicine. It is literally written in blood. the It is traced inof vital fluid race. Tlie Ciiisr.vx war news is correct. the human Of millions Its positive medicinal merit. camel is a beast of great The And curative power is written strength and endurance. Nothing Upon the hears, and graven upon hurts it until theproverbial''laststraw" o The minds of thousands is added to iU burden. The human Of peoplo whom it has cured. digestive system is very much like a And giveu good health camel. It is really astonishing how When there seemed nothing before much abnse it will stand. Sometimes, Them butdarkness and dispair however, sometimes worse than usual diseases It cures all promoted arising eaten, and will go through the will be by impure From or stomach into the bowels, and there it Blood by its intrinsic merits as s will stick that's constipation. The One True Blood Purifier. of all human sickness is due to juneS-lconstipation, fclomo of the simplest symptoms are Abated tongue urn! lOul The three year locusts are reported breath, dizziness, heartburn, flitulenee numerous" in various parts of Kentucky. sallownesg, distress after eating, ,; lassitude. A little thtog will Casca bets stimulate liv'er, kidneysnd cause constipation, and a lmie thing bowels. Never siekeH, weaken or gripe. " will relievc.it. l.Dr. Pierce's Pleasant I0tv '' , Hikvl-lY Eellete area certain;ourij for constipation. Thevi are tihv. The.UniversUy"of Miehigftti'liMTsent granule HTmld apdrrHtural iiCilieir"- - tyo profeara of war f thelreet. Wa,,m ;r:.,.4.-..- . f:;, Nino-tenthm The Modern Beauty Thrives on good food and sunshine. with plenty of exercise in the opea air. Her form glows with health and her face blooms with Its beauty. If her system needs the cleaning action of a laxative remedy, she uses the gentle and pleasant Svrup of Figs, made by tlie Uamornia i'ig syrup w. oniy. Don't forget that the wisest owl occasionally hoots at the wrong time. Hollo! Pass you by in a number of st3les and colors. Our hats at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, are such that you usually pay a great deal more money for. At $1.00 How are you fixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Pixings yr$ show an elegant line at prices tb4 one can anord to biiyv . v 53 -- IihThI-aches'a- Did you say that you were not feeling well and that your stomach was out of order? Well then, try a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and yon are sure ot relief. Constipation and indigestion cured. Sick headache ctired. Greatest boon to mankind and is being appreciated by'thousands. 10c will get you a tiial siae bottle, liargersiaen 50c and $1.00. Of B. L. Middelton. Jj junel-l- Trunks and In large quantities you want to s&Ye ttmm -- StitrHi-iroHil- id ". riKi;:, lBritf jpwa-judge- W. lor the hiKhmttmSUStSfon Cb declai mwamuBwmm rii& dfc.lr. ve; r sreatare,oittwBtr'n' !. riojite: fif?- dtrt 5 Ai tsamzm,' Up 17. - k4 -j ta&iftM$h. 4; - .": If"1? am j m s-- m i rtw " wr : '- s- ! W iZr-tif&-. t grjtfatiii;Itf , T v 1 toi- -- toon, Buffalo, KJfcMi4 gfltf Sw.y Vm ' 1 '&& not long, retrelSSf k OneMinnte. 8B."'Park,Stiaroii;;Wl, wrttest-i- 'X Jue ceat have tried DeWitt's Witeh Basol Salve obtaiBadl ii balttta tim tar ttaaeiaof itpratttatc for itebiflK piles and it at 10llinufcaUotin.C. imVj J .MkaaMrlaa --- w1 Henry Halman, aged, about 90 ytArs, after eating a.:htrty supper, dropped !l ' .t .Snarl nAia,. fAarrrvnta I H V ..a Emm thorn in two xdinotes. I WqJtMai WTi r. iSklianaF? iflln fywyT,'g"v-?B5y- BtA ii i v (r - v3w Adiwr. -' 'SeS? - '& "imSi wta n ij&m-; fommoay Sk-.&'-- yvn mmm :&? . ii !r. 1 KtSSi T jS! "" 41 1 :s- - im 1 ft&ga1!t&amflBK .J- :rsmf&imBNt9mt imiil iiaMa'atalrtataWMaMBai ,v'r g ., - T?- -i -- 'Z ' : .,".. - a mmmmmmSSSSSSSSSS- i ,'.i.,uih-iiht- ' ! mwm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL AT &WJZ1 Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by up-to-da- te and accommoKept on SkJsmrf THE dating' clerks. Genuine Saratoja Water Trar Second St. Phone 3. JlICmLOJW, KY. -- o 5 92 2. - n r ! ? H " S S " t: w ". C" ". - tl. C . oo9ooo ccscs s 11 B5333 HCELENCE is due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, hut also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by fccientific processes known to the California Fig Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California. Fig Snmp Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Srnup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company Si-ru- OF SY2UP OF HGS Kichmond, Madison county, first Monday. Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. Danville, Boyle county, third Monday. If icholasville, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. p CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN ritANCISOO, CL new toiik, n. y-Louisville, Kj. jan5-l- y LOUISVILLE r: 0hio 3 mi 6 55 am 7 30 am 3 00 pro 4 50 pin . LOUISVILLE, KY. topsail, ni (AfflMicM and Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST BOUND. ML Sterling and Lexington Accora Kastern Exprexn for Louisville Morebead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F. F. V fr European Plus. EAST BOUND. 9 15 am Lexington and Morehead Accom 11 5S am New York Limited F. F. V. 6 30 pm Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 9 23 pni Washington Express Accommodation trains run daily except S6n-daOther trains run daily. Through sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, rate or Meeper reservations K. HOOD. Agent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE V. BARNEY. & O. Ry.. Lexington. Ky. . A. C. D r. The Liulies' Restauraut is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending the day in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on OHice lloor. MUSIC: 'J net-day- , Thurs- day and Sunday evening. MANAGER. THOS. A. MULLIGAN, Jed-l- v EASIER THAI EYER. J' The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to has made it "Easier Memphis and New Than Ever" to reach all points in Arkansas. Arixona and California The Texas, Mexico, 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 territory . The Central is the only line which run Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car tor California, 9 25pm every Thursday Lve 8 ISiin Air Memphis Fridav. 7 45pm Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm NewOrlcansFriday Lve 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday 4 45pm Arr San Antonio Saturday 3 15pm Arr Elpaso Snndav 9 Siipm Arr Loh Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Francisco Tuesday Tt 4.t4..4-t.ti h & Coraelisoa FOR. axvi Vcci.twl -'- .... ' - 1 bus.. Tour of the best Kire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promptly- - k Tit Tra? TTiatw Bute U CAf-rt- u. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territorv mentioned will do well to communicate with II. II. Fowler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky. Ym. Kkllond, A O. P. A., Louisville, Ky. A. H. Haxsox. G P. A., dec29-l- y Chicago, III. In the Prudental, 5011 are offered the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again ive the best We v. ill not transact business with irresponsible companies. 261 Second Street, UpStairs. Je2-l- y - R. N. !. & B. R. R. Time Tabic No. :K. Takins Effect day, May 2, 1S93. BAST BOUND. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Mon- Long Troubles and Ccnsumpton Cured. Can be 2d Class. I st CI ass. X0. 1 No. 3 No. 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Versailles NichoUsville Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberley. Ilrassfieid Panola Irvine A.M. 10 11 2J 02 P.M. 6 7 8 8 8 52 35 00 13 30 A.M. 5 6 8 8 9 An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Slakes a Free Offer to Oar Headers. 3 48 II 6S P. M. 12 12 12 II V, II 41 20 50 IS 13 15 10 00 10 OS 30 12 35 105 10 25 in 40 1135 upst j bound. I No. 2"" N0T4TN6T8" N6TT0 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun A. M. P. M. 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 Irvine Panola IlrassfieM Motoric)- ldl ' 2 25 30 41 47 P. M. ... A. M 11 55 05 I 20 1 45 1 Union Richmond. Million Vallry Vi-NichoUsville Versailles I 65 6 20 6 31 C 15 36 45 10 2 15 3 (0 3 25 6M 7 50 5 00 .... j 4 JO 6 10 A.M. P.M. P. M. P. M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N . O. &T. P. traim-tand from Cincinnati. J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. Suerintenden SOUTHERN (IN KENTUCKY) The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption 'Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, 'hroat, luii and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, (jeneral decline and weakness, loss of fsh, and all conditions of wasting awav, will send THREE FKEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "Nov Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this preat chemist, patientlv experimenting for vears, has produced results as beniOcial to humanitv as can be claimed by any modern genius. "His assertion that lung tronbles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," and European laboratoSled in his Amc-ic- an ries in thousand t tni those cured in all parts of the world. concede that bronchial, Medical exper chest and lung tronles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. Simplv write to T. A. Slocum. M C, 98 Tine street. New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his yoffer jly7-lin the Richmond Climax. BR. f?. trhrdnle la riASTTonxu Lv Iui.ville". Ar SunlbvvHie. Ar La'rencebit JVr YiTMiille . effect May 1. 1808. No. 1. j 7.40am P o?ami 9.55am lIUGam No. B. WHE8 A Book OF SIB WE CURE NERVOUS No. 3. 7.Spm &.SSpin . Ar Lmtecton w lAiiiotiM). I.V .. . Ar Ar La'renrcb'g Ar Sfcvibyiilic lansamt 7J0pm 70am Ar LHUl.iille . . Tra4a. Nos 1. 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Chair Cars. " tlSTMCML WESTBOUND. ll.i BTATIoyiC No. 12.!No. II N. "4.)im "'. I.v Loulsvil Ar 7.5Cpm la&fiam S.2npm 8.25am .3.!j,m tUfiaro Ar LamrbrgAr 4.40pm 7J5am 7 2pm 10 Bam ArHarodsbpAr Purgln. . Lv 4.S0pml 7Sam 7 j&pra'to55am.Ar Iylli.'tB trille. 6.30pm 9J0pia C52pm lCUPpm 10.45ami 7.20pm 10.33pm No. 4. No. 6. FNai. 7.45am 4.40pm 6.06am 8.10am. 5.05pm, t27am 8.35am 5.S0pm! 5.45am .27am 0.07pia for Young and Old. OUR t I riLUUKD rj m Esli 1878 i 250,000 n diseased;! 1 BLOOD H l PRIVATE 4 tm i i rlinen buncu MN f Kg nIcFASES III IV V" ra ma CURED K ItAKTIMJUNU. No. 14.No-i7.I KTATIONS. WESTBOCRD. No. 16. No-- C8. 4. l lira 7.40am Lv I JSpn ri.jCiim pt 7 "" 7 t.ASIIHJOftU. lji Loulsvil Shelbvll Verelles ll.Hsitn Ar Midway 2.i6jm Ar Ucorgtn k Ar KLlOam Ar in Ar,10Jram Ar 9.27am Ar' aoSam Ar 7.45am LtI 7.15am 7JOpm 6. Upm 4.15pm SJjpm 3.00pm WESTBOUKD. tNo l.ltNo. I'U'.-ut- uijim Lv Ven.IIes A'1 7J0ami 5.00pm ILu&tm 7.Xipm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar' 6.58am 4.10pm "ia-pArKIchmndLv, 6.05am 3.15pm 2.00pm l.Ovpra' Ar Irrlne Lv No. L i Ka 8TATIOKS; Lv iNvlllA. 7.4oam "7745pm . ..... 1045am ia35pm Ar lyCAinxioD Ar Knontllc 8.15pm 7.45am Ar AtlKjnlle 6.10am L15pm Ar Savannah.... .......... .... 5.10am Ar Jacksonville 9.15am Ar baltacooga ...... 7J0pm 6.3uam ILaMpni 5.1 B7ATIONS. lIIo. CitNo. 4unm'Lr Loulsvil Ar ia55am 7.50pm V 1UU11U Hi nil acainst nature when ignorant of tho terrible crime you were committing. Did you only consider tho fascinating allurements or this evil habit? When too latoto at old the ter rible results, vric your eyes oicned to your peril? bid you later on in manhood contract any l'ltl VATE or B LOO D disease? Were you cured? .Do you now and then see romo alarming symptoms? iaro you marry in yonr present condition? Yon know." LI Kll FATHER. LIKE SOX." If married, mo von con VnilMO 50,0 MAM llavo you sinned ... ....... pr, Ar AUania..... ...... ......... 5.00amlL49am Ar ilaroa . ................... 8.10am'....... Ar Jaoiownrllle 9J2Spmi. . . t.v Chattanooga 7.40pm, 6.25am ................ lLSopm 11.10pm Ar ill iain-ba3.5 torn lttlOam Ar Aieridiaa 10.30am, 10.30am, Ar New Orleans No. I carries Free Chair Louisrllln m IvximrU)a there connecting with Solid Vestibule Train arrylnr through Pullman Sleep-- . - Tar o IJ rmiuKham. Meridian aad New Or- A3 alo makes cloe oonne:tioa at Cbatta- o-lor Atlanta. Macon. Jacksonville and I.rui.wlck. No. xearrlCT Pullman Sleeper Louisville to hattaaooa and Uirmlni;ham. also Lezlns-"- .' ,afk"0nvPle V'.3 "otSprineii, Ashevllle, r.nd Pullman Union Sleeper Lexington to New Urlcacs. IDally except Sunday. A Wtnox.PJtTA-- . S.TwirT.P.jtT.A LouUvUle. Ky. Lexington. Kr. .iUiAirxo. Jd V lKtO.iL, 3. M. CCLr.T, M u. m. uouiguui, waaaintos, D.G tATCKK,aj,A.t Wx.H.XATfcor,A.G.PA. nwAiarw.u.y. XlTttlC, Ky, cr stantly living in dread? Is marriage a laiiuro Willi you on account of any weakness cauwd by early abuse or later ex- cesses? Haro you been drugged with mercury? Xhisliooklct will point out to you tho result of these crimes and point out hnwonr NEW METHOD TKEAT- A1L.M will nositiverr euro von. It shows how thousands have !cen saved by our NEW TREATilKNT. It prove? how we can GUARANTEE TO CUKE ANY CURABLE CASE OR NO PAY. we treat and cure EMISSIONS, VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. (SLEET! STRICTURE. IM POTENCY. SECRET DRAIKP. UNNATURAL DISCHARGES. KIDNEY and BLADDER diseases. Should I' z Tlio annexing of Hawaii has become "Ola Time" Remedy. PJjjfliJjB liisH I Li 1 The following are the dates for holdmeasure, and aB all far an administration ing the Kentucky fairs this year so trust senators are in favor to this office. Secretaries of the sugar as reported of the grab it is quite easy to underor other officers will please adTise why the administration ia so us of any errors or omissiona in stand in urging it. Dispatches from eager v the list: Washington hay: "President McKin-leLawienceburg, August 164 days. permitted the question of the has Fern Creek, August 16- -3 days, annexation of Hawii to become invol Shelbyville, August 244 days. ved with the prosecution of the war Bardstown, August 30- -5 days. against the Phillipine Islands. SpeakLagrange, August 313 days. days. er ltecd.whois the chief obstable in Elizabeth town, September the way of annexation, denies mame Glasgow. September 144 days. j adis trying to block the plants of the Louisville, September 26- -6 days. .that a ministration. He also denies Owensboro, October 4 5 days. majority of tho Republican!! in the October 11- -4 days. 1'aducah, house aro in favor of the absorption of Lancaster. THE" TOMATO. the Sandwich Islands by this governVersailles. ment at present. Tho speaker intimaRichmond. Glasgow Timcs.l ted to .Representatives Hitt and Dauvilje. N t'4 ymmMMmU Always excepting the Irish potato, that if a paper should be present- Q.White.Thomas. drucBists, successors to W. lbanon. " fatc-r-j-r! no product of field or of garden is more signed by a majority of the ed to him s t -Eerw-iShcpherdsvillo, oui!lit after as a delicacj, or an article ...i Republican members, tho signers Uarbourville. " of every day diet, that the tomato. It pledging themselves to vote for an- Kip.iinniif 'pn r. 'k .. IIor.se Cave. ADVERTISE WITH US, "WE ASK THE 1 iuuuuv is a curious fact that both the potato iiiu'iuuni nexation he would call a mooting of I LIUIIIilUlIU How ? Bowling Green. am? flm tomato. are offshoots of the T.v hr the committee on rules to consider rw"" ; www Eminence. iT deadly night 6hade family, .liitl that studyoftbe rReported every Tuesday at noon by the propriety of taking up the Winchester. as poisboth were at the time classed E. DcatheraKO & Co., Staple and Annual of Phonography, by Benn Pitman resolutfonr Morgdufield. Fancy Groceries, Richmond, L.y.J nnd lerome B. Howard. A perfect self-ionous, and declared unfltlfor food. In "Whether Mr. Eeed was sincere in 1J- Thousands '1 i.w structor. Over 355. all the United States there is not a hoGrosvenor what he said lo Hitt and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. have mastered it; so can you. Sold by all .".e 3 rt r put both on trade. Tn ry wluA "L" to 8Jc in EGGS- -" tel which will not determined until later. Howbooksellers, or we will send with The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. cannot be BUTTER -- Choice country, 8J12c. its bill of fare. Sixty j ears ago, the Reader and Fhonograpkic Copy Bcoh, petition was circulated anions ever -IS Bruises, Sores, Ulcere.SaltllheumFever for $1 .25. Catalog and full infor-tomato was cultivated in BEESWAX 2025c. Hands, Chil- the Republican members of the house, Apples bright, 5c. mation free to those who wish to investiflower, and was prized Sores, Tetter, Chapped and gardens as a DRIED FRUIT received a number of signatures. It name on postal card. IP blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, it WOOL Clear grease wool, j013c; gate first. Send for the beauty of its round, deep-reQ was set out in the petition that the pay THE BENN PITMAN SYSTEM large as and positively cures Tiles, or no 25c. I l or pale yellow fruit, about as ? Ha ttvti noorl o Plow S3 aro thereto sub- hurry, 1015c; tub washed, names O has for 44 years been the standard. Called It is guaranteed to give perfect persons whose annexation of the SandCIIEESE-Count- ry, 10c the end of a bjg man's thumb. As an " by U. S. Bureau of Education " The AmerSO $ or money refunded, l'rice scribed favor 00. 0$1 article of food it was regarded in the satisfaction TIMOTHY ican System." First prize, World's Fair. adt... to and request that action -CO "pursley," 23 cents per box. For sale by Ferry & wich Islands 50. The Phonographic Institute Co., (S3 same light that nettle-rasCLOVER the Newlands as Cincinnati, Ohio. eoe. Successors to "V. bo taken at once to bring 222 W. 4th St., SEED-Strip40 weeds, which scientists now Thomas' Drug Store, o and other A Wagon, or otlier BLUE GRASS resolution before the house for a vote. deel5-l- y (k insist are excellent eating, but which G. White. 50c; extra clean, G075c; fancy clean, 3 "The friends of annexation in the We are sole agents for the Cclebra ed Vslcan Chilled Plow. r 09f in pre3J the masses of the people persist PLEASURES OF PRIVATE CARS Olds Farni Wagon In fact, carry a compete line of Hardware, Stovei house are very jubilant. They eay pure seed. $1$ 1.35. 3 kndms,n. Louis animals ferring to food to $1 00$1-5a and Tinware . Tin Roof lax aad Qutttriax 3 Specialty. that they will assure the signature of BEANS POTATOES-S1.- 25. per bu. twenty-fivor ConIt is only in the past IRISH 39 may bo experienced in New Pnllman a majority of the Republican members 3tg tliiity jears that the superlative qualiSHOULDER MEAT Gc. running to the petition nnd that Mr. Reed Compartment SleepiiiR Cars es. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, ties of the tomato has attracted gener- from Cincinnati to Chicago over Penn- will then be compelled to come down BACON 710c. will be at Mr. J. B. Willis', Richmond, Ky., on : al attention, late as a twenty years sylvania Short Line. For details apply off of his high horse." HAMS 10c. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8th, 1898, a!.?".: '" . a !! ago, the Encyclopedia Britannica refers returning every second Wednesday of each to Geo E IJockwkll, A. G. P. Aj;t., . By Old Established House 1 The human machine starts but once to it as "a tender annual from South Reference every physician of Rich 8 9 High Grade Man or Woman. month. I feblB-lYou can keep it VNCbWWU of rood Church standimr. to mond, Ky. and stops but oiu-e- . America, much esteemed in England Cincinnati. e.i act as Manager here and do office work and u'up'uiiomau wm SOMETHING NEW as an esculent, either raw or cooked. going longest and most regularly by correspondence at their home. Business al50 YEARS' ready built up and established here. Salary na- Ouin.' to the nreeariuiis using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the stamped envelEXPERIENCE fO. Enclose M famous little pills for constipation and ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General ture of the crop in bad weather, large From Cir.cir.nali lo Chicago. Manager, 183 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., apr6-3all stomach and liver troubles. Dougqualities are now grown under glats. First Floor. Entirely new Pullman Compartment loinatoesmay be also allowed to run Sleeping Care have ju6t been added to las & Wines. freely over the back walls of forcing through trains leaving Cincinnati S:3-On the flap of a tent of a company of houses, and if sullicieutly fed, will bear p. in. daily for Chirauovia Pennsylvank-Iman is one of the military camps near J ew fruit abundantly. To no one Trade Marks ia Short Lino. The new cars are PullYork, is piuutd a card on which is writDesigns recognition of the excellent Qualities of man's latest production, and combine Copyrights &c. the tomato so much due as to the late newest improvements for luxurious ten: Anyone sending a sketch and description may qnlcxly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Glad to see you, always. Kev. Henry Ward Needier. Mr, Needi- and comfortable traveling. The comInvention ts probably patentable. Comrnnnlca-Uon- s r.v We arc not afraid ; not yet. strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents er wrote, exponded and lectured for partments aro private rooms with most This is the grateful exsent free. Oldest agency for seenrmtrpatents. We have found best to tell tbe truth about the shoes y We know we are liable to be shot. Patents taken throuch Mann & Co. receive his favorite vegetable, the love apple," modern appliances for convenience, tpteial notice, without charge, la tho pression of the thirsty Wo don't know how wo will feel unGradually, unsell aud when we do that it makes as it was then called. with y manand are finished in an soul who tastes the liquids der the eloquent insistence of the great ner. For details addrets Geo. E. til we get hit. )MPETITI0N. instead of telling1 the truth w- - U cirWe are liable to be sick. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. preacher, the tomato found a place on Rockwkll, A. G. P. Agt-- , Cincinnati. cooled by ice made from Tcnns, 13 culation of any scientific Journal. newsdealers. a come to call diplomacy, is practiced what we year: four months, (L Sold by all be sick if we stayed at Wo might the tables of New York society, and pure distilled water bT New York MUNN&Go.36,BroaiJ we would parade before the public some beau- - ' Cough Cure is tho bent home. present, millions of dolcountry. At "One Minute Branch Office, GS F Et, Washington, D. a che Richmond Ice FactoWe are not dying to get into the lars worth of raw fruit are consumed preparation I have ever sold or used wEieh. while they could tifully polished much in its praise." hospital. We may die after we get yearly, and millions more canned. and I can't say too ry not offend, would ims)Lci you. But we RVSESS7E1X2:05. Market gardeners grow rich selling it, L. M. Kcnnon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. there. ISir'Free deliveiy, in any BUMPS 2:04 dispense with dipIomacVand tell the straight . Yes, if we have a chance we will Douglas & Wines. while thfre are millionaire T 03 A rA quantity, and on short inshoot. Its uses are constantly truth, hence when we represent a shoe to be y Tho jjreat wealth ot some of our mil Would we kill a Spaniard? Ask notice. creasing, and very rarely does supply worth $2, $3, or $4, or any other price, you may understood by Dewey. W 0O outrun demand. The tomato and the lionaires will be better which we comparison in fact you an count on always get depend upon We dod't know whether wo will be Irhh potato are distinctly New World the following clip from an exchang: "If Adam had glad when it is all over. Mo6t likely. money's worth atou store. Our low prices M products, both originating in South ting worked three hundred days each year We are sorry we are going to leave America. fov standard goods don't male mbrq&frojit, from the dav he was created to tho our wives and our children and our present time at a salary of $50 a day, sweethearts. MANAGER. GENERAL HOWARD AT THE "MOUNTAIN he would have earned by this time'afi DAY AT MEMORIAL COLLEGE." If you are our wives and children Ilcadacho bad? Get Dr. Miles" 1'aln Pills. much property as is owned by Rocke- plea&edo not weep and make a sccue BEREA. fellers or Vanderbilt." in camp. We went through that at tho 9 29463.. Besides it uunereves the boys Gen. O. O. Howard, who has been A party who at one time lived in thin house. a Phone, No. 21. j "swinging around the circle" of our city, remarked the other day that he in the other tent. ,h" trial 2:23,) camps at Tampa. Mobilo. and Chat- attributed the dafliness of his son to If you are our sweetheart you know "Bamtone" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:18, tanooga, delivered the Memorial Day the child being forced to drink the milk what to do, but be careful. The oflicer the greatest trotting stallion that has been bred Address, May 30, at lJerea College, of a muley cow. He says that he feels of the clay may be a bachelor. Sirs. II. H. Colycr is now prepared to furnish up to now because his produce out race and li . .. . . - . . . you the very highest production of Plymouth out sell the produce of any other stallion living Kentucky. We were never in tho other war. Rock Errs at 50c for 15. Just half what you pay or dead. Baron Wilkes sired satisfied that he is correct, as his secOakland Baron 2:09'i for inferior eggs. Orders filled promptly and "Bumps" 2:01 He was greeted by an enthusiastic ond wife's father never owned any If wo had been wouldn't brf in this delivered to any firm in Richmond. J Baron Dale 2:111 Rubenstein 2:05 V Nydia Wilkes 2:11" Respectfully, Rachel 2:08K audience of COO students, many veter other hut mulev cows and he would be one on account 01 our age aim ior mch23-3Baronet 2:11 ", MRS H. II. COLYER. Baron Rogers 2:03' V ans of both armies, and several thous- dinged if the whole family wasn't daf- some other reasons. Baron Dillon 2:12 Yor WILL I'lND 1 E BEST Red Silk 2:10 Baron Crisp 2:12J The tent leaks when there is rain. and citizens. The Eighth K. V. I., fy. He seems to be sincere in his opinBay Baron 2:12 'j ASM)UTMEI.T OF. a Baronraorc 1:1 Ui which placed the first flag on Lookout ion, but failed to state what kind of a Wo have had some leaks. Brava2:ll Yes, it is cold in here when it rains. Mountain, was well represented. Maj. cow's milk he drank when a babe Are we warm enough at night? Not ALL RACE RECORDS. Tharp, State Commander of the G. A. OR OUR SV10UR IN RT" News. as warm as we expect to be. And 41 others in the list and is as yet comparaR., was present, and there were guests Cost over $100,000 to publish. Coitains nearly tively a young horse. We are fond of war pictures. Those 2 from New York City, Baltimore and engravings of our o jviour, by the A great many farmers say they havo "Baritone" is a black stallion, snip nose, O.eat Masters. Cincinnati. Among the latter Rev. C. no time to read. That is just the rea- that present us as facing bursting an exhibit ot all It is not a life of Christ, but two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. tha great Masters ideals of this spring. In color, size aud action lie V. Goss and Mr. David A. Gamble. son, as a rule, why they do not succeed shells, and walking over the lemains tbe Christ. No other book like it ever V resembles his sire about as much as any colt he Agents are taking from to twenever got, and has every thing in his favor that i V. Dodge presided. of our comrades and dead horses, and ty orders daily. The book is so three Prof. l. beautiful that it takes to make up a better. The man who don't read may s stock horse, they It. Published viz.: Tiie theme, "The American Volun- be a hard worker, hut he is apt to Jiavo that have vultures in the air are es- when people see it alreadywant Its twenty-fiftless than a year and in SPEED, BREEDING AND INDIVIDUALITY. teer," was treated with wonderful poor judgment. A look over the coun- pecially fascinating to a young toldicr edition, some editions consisting of 18,500 books. The presses are running day and night eloquence and wisdom. Xo man could try will convince any man that tho in camp. to fill orders. (It has never been sold in this 'JBaiiitouk's" 1st dam "Black Bess" (2:1;22' ears and A perusal of the pictures of speak from larger or more recent ob- successful farmers are in invariably tho ' If you have tears to shed please notify territory ) taking a tour among the great this old, she the dam of Barodaise2:a)'f at trial 2:ZI,l t by and "Baritone" book is like art galleries of Europe. The Hermitage, Prado, Wellington, bv Kentucky Prince, sire of Guv servation. It is a noble tribute to bis most intelligent ones; you might as the guard so that ho may show you Uffizi, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National of Lon- 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Strathmore sire of comrades in arms, thrilled with re- well think of running a ferry boat over where the shed isdon. National of Berlin, Belvidere and other 3) in 2:39; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in celebrated European art galleries, have all the great brood mare list. miniscences, from the "Spectacular the river when the river is dry, as to Always glad to see you. placed their rarest and greatest treasures at Notice that this colt comes from a great line our disposal that they might be reproduced for of breeding and speed on both sire and dam Welcome which Longstreet pave me make a man intelligent who does not this superb work. "FIRST GLANCE AT THE side, and it is almost a certainty that his colts All code books carried on warships PICTURES BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES" from the top of Lookout Mountain" read. Rural "World. will go fast and sell well. have leaden backs to make them sink says one. "Cleared $150 Erst week's work with down to recent reunions of soldiers Service fee the book," says another. Many men and wo- usual return $10 cash at time of service with privilege or money refunded in The Cuban question and political is- if lost overboard. The letters in the men buying and paying for homes from their case from both sides of the old divide. of failure. work. Also sues sink into insignificance with tho book, moreover, are printed in a pecu- success with this greatstranding, can man or Be re a College is a nonsectarian instiwuman, of good church secure H- tution, with largo Normal and Indus- man who sutlers from piles. What he liar ink. which fades away when it position of Manager here to do office work and corresponding with agents in this territory. trial Departments, distinguished for most desireo, is relief." DeWitt's Witch comes in contact with the water. To Address for full particulars A. P. T. Elder, B mado easy ktnwna Krn1 nr !l l?nMvnList IlanufactuHns its most interesting work for the peo- Hazel Salve cures piles. Douglas & make things Etill more safe, the letters Publisher, 189 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Floor. y l"rica of Outfits to are changed every few months by tho B ple of the gieat inland mountain region Wines. and J. P. Vi. Donaan Co., 121 aceb 8 E. Fayette St., naltknore, A 4 ItTkby Dr.and RnErfMATiBM rollovod navy department. Even on the warfrom the world and a people isolated Miles' Nervo Plasters. MiL,UA.Cataloguolree. LITER AR NOTES. ships few ollicers know their vessels now living in pioneer conditions. - ,f".;;T'; lo fell o:ir rri':"r" official signal code. These mountains really held Kentucky r IN IIOKOU OF TIIE HEblDKXT. !Ctj . i n!iia-rin the Union and made West Virginia President McKinley s to be given ., i . ,i. r. . r j.:m.:i i .) secede from secession. Their inhabfcWj v ii:W H S. itants are of Uritish slock, of large the unique distinction of having a t capacity, though thus far with- number of a woman's magazine named sjo.oo i; uuu), x r out educational advantages. During for him and prepared in his honor. The T V Ol 5 ?1 O Blcyde.aolila Watch, Diamond the coming summer IJerea's "universi- July issue of The Ladies' Home Journ. King, or Scholarship in xiraugnon'a I'racucai business ty extension" work will touch five nal is to he called. "The President's College, Nashville, Teun.,or Tezarkana. Tex., or a schol ?sr I. We states. Its largest building is a memor- Number." It show tho President on means pain, danger and JLbs: ft arship in most any other reputablecan secured business colial to Abraham Lincoln, and many of horseback on tho cover, with the Presi- possible death for some lege or literary school in the V. S. be by doing a Hide work at home for the Youths huccesors to ShJKebrd & Gentry, its students are of the Abe Lincoln dent's new "fighting flag" flying over wives. For others it means practically no Advocate, an illustrated journal. The acrc, as a type. Its Memorial Day and Com- him; a now march by Victor Herbert discomfort at all. There Ricmicb, Ky. It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and whole undersigned has a farm of 200he offers at or to suit purchaser, which 3Z& especially interesting and profitable to young private sale; mencement gatherings aro of urcat edu- is called "The President's March;" is no reason why childsituated at " people, but read with interest and profit by peobirth should be a period ple of all ages. Stories and other interesting the State Department has allowed tho Lr cational value. matter pain and dread. Sev. It is a AgtnU well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Gen. Howard is interested in a move- magizine to make a direct photograph of wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. STATION, cral months before a liniment Co., Nashville, Teen. Mention this paper.J ment to secure for this institution, now of the orignal parchment of the Declarto be apwoman becomes a aug!8-l-y on the waters of Silver Creek. It Is well waof Independence, while the Presiplied exmother she should supjKirted by annual gifts from indi- ation tered. There is no better land in Madison ternally. dent's owii friends and intimates have prepare herself for county. some adequate endowment. viduals, DR. CALDWELL'S the critical ordeal. It relaxes BI It is a fine neighborhood and accessible hy combined to tell some twenty new and Thero is tho m u a prejara-tioturnpike o schools, churches, railroads, mills, unpublished stories and anecdotes ides and remade which is 11 etc., within a halfmileof White's Station Post lieves tho about him which will show him in a intended for this Office, ten miles frotO Richmond. The carriage of a buzz-sadistension, doesn't manner not before done. Tho cover purpose alone. TERMS Sale will be made cash give3 elasticiThe name of move very fast, but balance to suit purchaser. For particulars, L My logic to agree that iiffWiV Mr ty to every if a man stays on it will be printed in the National colors. tliis wonderful address 1,1 ,. Vi) C KT A long enough he will vMf preparation is organ v all mfea's arealike. Our meats Late to bod and early to rise, prepresently be sawn ;MHU in Geo. D. White, 'ffilL are fi( best. We killfirst-classfettlasunder. The pro- pares a man for his homo in the skies. childbirth, and I have rented for 1898 ij A cess of gradual the several houses ad- feb3-t- f Whites Station. Ky. takes away all vertised hy Kaily to bed and a Little Early Riser, is why we have December, r 'MiAiiH'l iKiWV iW9 rjil3imt KrHall'B bodily decline and danger eufTer-in- and or five me lastnice cottages, but have now and fur equipped other on easy well located alwaiBenioved a cood share the pill that makes life longer and bet- Friend. for sale . X. terms. Call at nearly all iHr'nii I ? 1 I my Messrs. White & Gibson's store, ter and wiser. Douglas & Wines K hmond s patronage. !.-S- I t?Y32MeattKB,9prBE5?nKti hi "A Best results withoffice over D. Parrish, HJSD I Stephen follow if the Thosi that have not favored FLORIDA II. PARRISH; A Wagon maker who has been dumb remedy ia used r.r"s 3. Jan26-t- f Attorney and Agent. h orders m the past during the whole for years picked up a hub and spoke. JL LUUM1UI72IOI i period of pregG convinced, by giving i Yes, and a blind carpenter on the same 9JEBMk!!!ffiT3HMMBWHB "ill nancy. It is the think ns a k ial order Uiat our Beef, of some day reached out for his plane and saw; Idea Who cansimple only remedy of the Wanted-f- in imng io paientr and a beef farmer went out with his kind in the world ProtectJOHN WEUDEKUDUN & hrlnir you wraiih. Tour Idea: ther mov on, i'ORK: ana uidiur CO.. Patent that is endorsed by Write Washington, D. C for their (1 JOu prlieAttorneys, dog and herd; and a nobl'sa flshc rrv h uri,i.i.B, iiic i.iwu c.u;cuca offer "" UlUHg t. and list of two hundred Inventions wanted. physicians. ' man caught a barrel of pike and smelt; loss of energy which leads finally to con$1 per bottle at all sumption is not always very rapid, but if and afoiiy Jon elephant inserted his drug stores, or sent 11EU. V. Kll KY it isn't stopped it will presently begin to ., .M&z&ieg&BzFL tTl r i by mail on receipt grate and flue; a dog walks saw its way into the most vital part of the trunk in a n vegetables juich as Bcan .potatoes, Vmz. nahhaffe. Onions. lettuce, Rad- fCnlBian6lR9k;f r of price. body, the lungs. There would be very off with his coat and pants; a bed listyJrI uhes, JSWiSCRriEMM?tJ r t fU.111. . .tc, ic, canV. be found in our ruari ft at all tfan.--.rrhankins yoa for past patronage, I SjBiC'aMgfc-JgKi? . MM . little consumption if every family would f Free Books con. nn.lnnnnMA Ki Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommends O...U...J Ullli fB IT U.Ub.....U ened to a big tick. Yes, and some men 1. TJ keep Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovtaming invaluable inWright's Celerv Capsules. ery m the house, and use it whenever in the woods heard trees bark. Anformation for all women, Shelbyville, Ky., May "out of sorts." It keeps the entire will be Bent to any ad. Wright Medical Co., Col., 26. '96. To body in such a high condition of health other was astonished by seeing a horse 0.: Mackey Building. Main St. 1. dress upon application to W l??23 and forcefulness that wasting diseases have fly as he was parsing along the Gents I have purchased a box of no chance to get a Ths Bracneld Recolitor Co, Wricht's Celery Capsules from G. N. A teaspoon-fu- l or two before meals, in a little water, Another man was loaning along nnd Middelton, druggist, and used them for Alltola, Ga. saw a brick walk Ex. gives the digestive organism power Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constithe Jan5-l- y pation and found that they cave mo img properties of the food. OMAHA EXPOSITION mediate relief every time. 1 think it an It enables the liver and excretory system to clear the circulation of bilious poisons excellent remedy. Jane 1st lo October 31st County Court Days. Kentucky Fair Dates. SUGAR TRUST GRAB. Paris, Bourbon county, first Mondiy. all women that the know 0mm. dWpsBp. -- 13 C Jf k A PFr- d ? 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' k " " 'Zr, iflW tffliBifi aaglHy .r :U .. f I and remove all waste matter from the body. It replaces worn out tissue with hard muscular flesh, and changes weakness and debility into active power and nerve force. The originator of this great " Discovery." R. V. Pierce. M. D., is chief consulting physician to the great Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., at the head of a staffof nearly a score of eminent associate physicians and surgeons. He has acquired, in his over thirty years of active practice, a reputation second to no living physician in the treatment of obstinate, chronic disases. His prescriptions must not be cocfounded with tie numerous "boom" remedies, "extracts," "compounds," and "sarsaparillas," which a g druggist is often readyta urge as a irsosutule. Br. nerce'srmeai-produc- t cises are me of wide experience tad deen idy. Any ese -- hbm wit by m h kia ,. r W- profit-seekin- TIIK GRANliKST EXPOSITION mi mi -- flowers IM0. 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