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StM u ' .;y8HaBsraLr. m'l avH v 1 VOLTJME 25 wrm RICHMOND ,a -- . .rafesy3i .jrjra.' ?fo" ;., . vI w waPBlSfci''", ii.TiaMBO"iPu. m,j ?itef . ' - 1 "r-j- v . - ,, - . .v is .. - r. if ' - " - .. :. ii. ..' -- . - . .- ., - - -- ;', it TiiV3F ".".5!.- sr .! -- '' ' .i . v - - ?""'.-- - CLIMAX L898. NEWS. KENTUCKY t t074- - ; V I :.x rji.t'i 2. . 5Er K-- ---' "I TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. RieHMbJSTD, MABJSOJST COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, Royal makes the food pcre, wholesome' and delicious. NUMBER "Saved Her Life." of Jefferson, than whoa nono Is c rohlghly esteemed or widely knor writes. "In 1SS0 1 had a severe attack ot LaGrippo and at tho end of four months. In ? ito ctUl physicians, friends and good nnrxg could Co, my lungs heart and nervous sy icnitcrq -no completely wrecked, my life was despaired of, my friends giving mo up 1 could only sleep by tho nso of opiates. My lungs and heart pained me terribly and n.y cough was most aggravating. I could r t Ho In one position but a short timo and i t on my left side at all. My husband br oght mc I)r Miles Nervine and Heart Cur nd I began taking them. When I had tat nahalf bottlo of each I was much better a i continuing persistently I took about a & ?cn bottles and was completely restored U ucalth to the surprise of alL" Dr. Miles Eemedles are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottlo benefits or money refunded. Book on disKingston. eases of tho heart and nerves free. Address, Kr. Adm. Sampson's acnui-itioof a DK. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. base for caling and supplies at Guantanamu is universally rrcognized as pra.tically sealing the fate of Santi PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ago, although it is believed that the Spanisa troops will show a good fight ME3. JOHN WALLET, iKeatthH A dispatchtothe London Dailv Mail 1 have from Nagasaki, Japan, saj-s- : trustworthy information that Germany is determined to prevent a ' As a result of a strike in the moun tain4 iron mines at Redding, CaL, 500 meni are idle. Feclinjj runs high be-tween the strikers and mana 'emsnt and serious trouble .is anticipated. Th I'aris correspondent of the n Standard says: Critics here regard the occupation of Guantanaino harbor as a ihastcr and the fact that S,000"4ianish allowed the 'landing aa ominoisly significant. Amoug the passengers who arrived at NevtAYork Sunday on La Jlrctajjno f'om Ilavre were Mrs. Stewart L. Woodford and Miss Woodford, wife and daughter of Gcn."Voodford, former ambassador to Madrid. Senor ylomcro Giron, the Spanish ministerW colonies, according to a oecial dispatch from Madrid, in tho course of a recent interview expressed tue .opinion that nothing- short of a miracle can save Manila. An Imperial edict has been issued providing for the establishment of tho Un versity of Pckin on I.uropean metuods. The dignitaries h;ivc been confer immediately for the arrying out of the schcuu A ispatch to the New York World from Port Antonio, Jama.ci, says: The United Statcb auxiliary cruiser St. Lous was off Morant Point Friday. She sported that she had cultured a Span sh merchantman just out of -- THIRTEEN HOURS; Fierce Battle Between Marines, Spanish Guerrilas and Regulars at Gnanatanamo. ENGAGIMENT ALMOST CONTINUOUS. Ikm-do- It Commenced nt Three O'clock Satur- tlaj' Afternoon and Ended at Six jO'Clock Sunday Jforninff. Four of Onr Men Killed and One "VVonnded Aclrancti Ticket Unarcountcd For 'S;iaiil.li Lous Uiiknuwii, Hut It iVss Probably Large. I O.V LoAltD THE DlSrATCU LOAT DAtJST- - i before '.he city Is captured. p The Capetown correspondent of tho O W. MILLER. London Daily Mail says: ".War beAttorney-at-Latween lie Tmnsvaal and Svrazl land may breilt out at any momi-utThe Kentcckv. Richmond, ng has 20,000 warriors, well Office In the Unrnam Bailding, next door to Swaizi k feb3-lFarmer's National Bank. armed and dril.cd, and there is much anxiety in the TransvaaL" Reports ;.rc again rife that the queen regent wi&nes to shift the ngency to the Infanta Isabe la', and to let her acAttokxey-at-Lacept the Araericanconditii'iis. "It is expected that I.ussia wi protest - - KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Tavlor'a Hardware store, op- against an open alliance of Adm. DewOffice over ey "as a belligerent- with Aguinaldo, posite. Conrt House, on Main Street. . A7?03VT3?3. y 1 - thcinsurgent chief. acres II B. HOGG. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Kemocky. Richmond, Offire No. 13 First SL, up stairs. 31-3- extensive plant the west J. Howard Conrad orned for which he gets V.00.000. J C & D. M. CHENAULT. Assistant Secretary MeikViJohu has ATTORNEYS AT LA directed the re case of Josa Castcl-lanoKentucky. Richmond, confined a- McPherson barracks, Oa. The man is a Spaniard and was Office on Send street, over arrested at Tampa, but ther. was no jrocery. evidence against .iim at his ixamina-tio- a to show that he was ecsaged ia rSTSIOIAlTS. any actions prcjullcial to the government The'navy departmenthas tanen steps DR. JOHN M. FOSTER, against Kestccky" to begin the Richmond. Engineer G. White for negle?t of duty in the construction of tho big .Iry dock V Telephone at office and residence. ut Brooklyn, and has also taken measures to have suit brought bv 'the de DR. II. R. GIBSON, partment of Justice against luc sure- tie.s on the bond of the contractor who PHYSICIAN AND Sim A 0 four-Sfths, Thp Horr coal milas, including 0,000 of coal lands fn the eastern part of Butte, Moct, liare been sold to a New York syndicate for thre; quarters of a million d 'liars. It is the most l s, - Chen-anlt- 's -- court-marti- al ' Bir:iM ni. , . . .- - - 'S.V'IJCKY. 8 ixA built the dock. n:Sceinihe-Ioe("c.l!nsbuildine- ond Street, over Wnice old drucstore. r Sec 3j. Private Geo. D. Coun, of Compan' C, 10th Pennsylvania volunteeM, was accident: lly wounded during target practic at the Presidio. lie was marking at he butts when a bnllet struck an iroi rod sustaining the target, a fragmt' t of which became detached and lni icteu a patniui out noi necessarily ital wound upon Conn's liead. Thel runboat Peoria, formerly the pilotbont Philadelphia, sailod from the Lcaguf Island navy yard, probably to join Adm. Sampson's fleet! in Cuban wateri, at 11:30 Sunday, il was expected t at the gunboat! Dorothea would accompany the Peoria bouth, but her departure was delayed by reason of the 'failure of sailing orders froiniWashhigion. The' Niger" boundary dispute, in which English papers and politicians havepcen a war cloud, is practically settled. A convention covcrin"- all disputes is ready for signature. P'rance getsjtwo commercial depots on 'the Lower Nigor for outlets for French trade with Upjjer Dahomey, while Great Britain's gains consist of territory on the gold coast CHAS. HOOKER, TETERTNARY SURGEON. Graduate Ontario Veterinary Cot'").. Veterinary Dentistry and Sterilitya Spf jlty. cu- fc; up stairs, over store recent! plea Dy men uonu uarness ji , ii " jchmond. Ky. 'i "! iH. C. fe felephone Medicine and Surgery. at resilience (the Cnrr uroaawa . JASPER, M. JJ lam'air.t. pl.i on KY. llCnMOND, - - - Kenti W. EVANS, M. D., Physician and Sokgeon, - - - Kenti LlClfMOND, rKy, R. T. J. TAYLOR, U 'Practitioner in Medicine ICHMOND, and Surgery, Kentitky )fice and residence on Second Street DENTAL SUB&SaY. )x. tlataiWtic - "oVisotv ,'7 President of the Argentine Krpnbllc. Buenos Ayres, Argentina, June 13. Gen.-Rocwas Jsunday elected presof the,. Argentine republic for. a ident term of six years by the representii- -' lives of the 14 provinces. a X- XB!fTXST, F op Lonis.viLtx, Ky. next door to Government nnlld:;c, HiclimSnd, Ky. Office Hoars ato iz-- i w novlT-l- y ""? Four nice rooms for rent, Call at Dental Office of Dr. Hob-son- , r " mrS i next door to postoffice. D aV-Offi- c. FRED SMITH. DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same office lately ocrapied by Dr. V, W. Burgm. janl2-l- y HON. C. T. CALDWELL, i? is much easier io keep the hair when yoo have it than it is to re- -, store it )hen it's tost. If your hair: is comina out' it needs inshnt The ase of AYERSj attention. HA1K V1UUK wiU promptly stop: the hair from fatting, and stimulate) ' it to new growth. '. i.ess, Off Guastakamo, Sunday, June 12, via Moi.k St. Nicholas, Hayti, June 13. Lieut. CoL R. W. Huntington's battalion marines, which landed from tlio transport Panther on Friday and encamped on the hill guarding the abandoned cable station at the entrance to the outer hnrbor of Guana-ta- n a mo. has been engaged in beating off a bu'-- attack by Spanish guerillas and regulars since 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The lighting was almost continue us for 13 hurs until C o'clock Sunday morning, When reinforcements were landed from the Murblehead. Four of our men were killed and one wounded. The advance pickets under Licuts. Neville and Shaw are unaccounted for. Among the killed is Assistant Surgeon John lilair Gibbs, son of Maj. Gibbs, of the regular army, . who fell in the Custer Ilis home was at Richmond. Va., but he has been practicing in Xew York and lie entered tne service since the war begun. He was a very popular officer. The others killed are Scrg. Charles H. Smith, of Smallwood; l'rivate William Dunphy, of Gloucester, Mass., and pected. Private James McColgan, of Stoneham, Estimates vary as to the attacking Mass. force, some say 200 and the figures run Corporal Class was accidentally as high as 1,000. CoL Campiua, the wounded in trie head. Cuban guide, said the Spaniards were The Spanish loss is unknown, but it mostly irregulars, but the reports of was probably considerable. The the discharge of Mauser rifles would splashes of blood found at daj'light at indicate that they were regulars, as the position the Spaninrds occupied in- most of the guerillas carry Remingdicate fatalities, but their comrades tons. The Cuban guerillas, as a rule, carried off the killed and wounded. have more dash and courage than th'e The engagement began with desul- regulars. tory firing at the pickets 1,000 yards The new campaign uniforms prove inland from the ramp. Capt. Spicer's satisfactory and are almost invisible company was doing guard duty and at a distance of 200 yards. The Lee was driven in, finally rallying on the guns caused several accidents in drawcamp and repulsing the enemy at 5 ing cartridges. Corporal Glass shato'clock. The bodies of privates Mc- tered his hand. Colgan and Durphy were found, both Despite the loss of the men, which is shot in the head. The large cavities keenly regretted, the marines rejoice caused by the buiiets, which inside a that they have been engaged in their range of 500 yards hive a rotary mo- first fight on Cuban soil. They sailed tile victims were tion, indicate that from New "ork; the day war was dekilled at close range. A stApped of shoes, clared and expected to land within a The bodies were week at Havana. Since then, until hats and cartridge belt and horribly landed on the shore of (iuantanamo mutilated with machetck bay, they had been cooped up on the When they were baought in the Panther and they had begun to fear whole battalion formeifi three sides of that the troops would beat them after a hollow square about tie camp on the all. hill top. Below in tliel bay were the In controlling the outer harbor of war ships at anchor. Inland from the Guantanamo, where Lieut-CoHunthill camp is a deep raving and beyond ington's battalion of marines landed counthis are high hills. Adm. Sampson secures on Friday, try is heavy with a thieket growth. possession Rr. the Cuban terminus of of The sky was blanketed With clouds, French' cable to Hayti. The apand when tho sun set a gale was blow- the paratus in the office at the harbor ing .seaward. Night fel.. thick and im- mouth was wrecked by a shell but penetrable. cable steamer Adria has instruThe Spanish squads coiictaled in the the ments and operators aboard and dichapparel cover had the advantage, the Americans on the ridge furnishing fine rect communication with Washingtargets against the sky andl the white ton will soon be established. The distents. The Spaninrds fought from tance overland to Santiago around the cover till midnight, discoverable only bay is about sixty miles and the roads by flashes at which the marines fired have been rendered impassable by the volleys. Tho repeaters souided like Cubans under Pedro Perez. The first division of the Cuban army claims to crackers in a barrel. have 4,000 men, but these figures The Marblehead launch, alColt ma chine gun in her bow, pushm up the arc probably over estimated. The are bay enfilading the Spaninrds, Vnd it is Cubans believe, that there about 3,503 soldiers in the vicinthought that some were klllea The which lies Caimanera, marines trailed much blood to he wa ity of at the entrance to the inner harbor. ter's edge and there lost it. Sharks are Gauntanamo City is inland about 15 numerous in the vicinity. miles. The two harbors are connected The ships threw their search lights 5k th&outer ashore, the powerful electric! eyes by a narrow channel. It harbor which Adm. Sampson now sweeping the deep tropic foliaga and Yose-midisclosing occasionally skulking! par- holds with the Marblehead, tho and the Vixen, and with a battalties of Spaniards. It all resembled a transformation f cene at the harbor. ion of marines on the crest of a blunt topped eminence commanding the s Each discovery of the entrance on the western side. In the greeted by the cracks of carMne'fire along the edge of the camp viuj or by inner harbor are two small Spanish a the long roll of the launch's ysachino gunboats and at Caimanera there is the thickets vith a battery. guns, searching An expedition of thrcj steam leaden stream. midnight cat. xhe launches, officered by Lieut 'Norman, Shortly after main attack. The Spaniards ttvle a Ensign Eustis, son of Mr. James D. Eustis, former United States .ambassagallant charge up the Eouthwesf.ijyp n, met by repeated volleyflrom dor to France, and Cadet G. Van but were the general command of under the. main bodv and broke ,ieforeUw d of tho way up the.hiu; Lieut. Anderson, of the crutoer Mar- were blehcad. but thev came so close that at pWls "Mines, Saturday night dragged for but found none. Lieut Ander-a hand to hand atreji there was almost so?, who distinguished hinlnvlf at Tho officers used ,thcir gle. Three Spaniards gpt throogh C'eugos, pulled a dingy within 50 open formation to tthe cie y ardsf tae fort without being discovthe ered, k, fonnd the fort to consist of of the camp. Col. Jose iCampiiiu, Cuban guide, discharged his revol- masonry?Lwith three guns mounted the seaward, ver, and they, turning ani finding support tonhelterj Judging fres the panJc ln which the. themselves without skelter down the reverse siie of the! Spaniards fleafrom the 'viliage at hill. It was during this assailt that' Fisherman4 Pom lKey wiU; pcauer f t at Thoy Assistant Surgeon Gibbs wii killed.' at' the first pproa He "was shot in the head in front of his tusnermans roint. T.eo antiquated owu tent, the farthest point o5 attack. Howitzers, setcrai c3fe, 0f ammunition-, shell and kanister, fitme Mauser He fell into the arms of tPriv'ate a reginVntal flaggy fhe Ja- dropped. IA sec- rifles andDelPrintlpe Sullivan and both 2vo. sXm,, fantoria ond bullet threw dust irl their , u V it. VI, livery precaution pas oeen.aaiJK minfaces. Surgeon Gibbs lived tei nrnnrd the men from lisease." ?ill'h' utes, but did notrcgaih consciousness. have "Wan raJd, largi The surgeons of the hospital cbrps fn thelocality been the casks of Spanish wia ha then removed their :quartersAto two wells have;eo boarded trenches about the old Spanisl tAock- - smashed; mas."-acreL fade north of the camp. The attacks were continued at intervals throughout the rest of thci.night, with firing from small squads' in various directions. Toward morning1 tho fire slackened. Dawn is the favorite time for attack, and, as the east paled, the marines lying on their were aroused. Some were actually asleep, as they had no rest for ,4S hour.) and' tired nature could no longer staad the strain. Ilut no attack' came. Three new field guns, which could not hi used during the night for fear of hitting our own men, shelled several squads of Spaniards after daylight. They dove into the bushes like prairie dogs into burrows as the shells broke over them in tho gray dawn. As the correspondent talked with Maj. Cockrell, who was charge in of the outposts, word came of the finding of the body of Sergt Smith. Ho was reported as having been killed at five o'clock on the previous day, but if appears that he had been seen alive at ten o'clock In the evening. When and how he was killed no one knows at this writing. Neither had the men been mustered nor haxl the outposts of Lieut Neville and Shaw been relieved. Lieut-Co- l. nuntinjton and Maj. Cockrell gave high praise to the nerve and steadiness of officers and men, especially the young ones, as the engagement was a baptism of fire for a large majority. The men were in darkness and in a strange land, but they stood to their posts with courage and fortitude and there was no S3'mp-to- n of panic. The marines, though very much exhausted, were eager for more fighting, promising to inflict heavy punishment They complimented the daring of the Spaniards with characteristic camp profanity. Sunday the amplest precautions were takeu and as the Dauntless left reinforcements were landing from the Marblehead. A stormy time was ex- up and all the drinking water used is supplied from the fleet. The marines are well equipped for the campaign. The camp will probably be named Camp MeCalla, after the commander of the Marblehead, who is indefatigable and has not removed his clothing since the liombardment Sunday morning the British steamer Newfoundland, of Montreal, with a general cargo from Halifax, steamed into the harbor. Her commander was greatly surprised at the presence of the Americans, but he retained enough composure to dip hfs flag three times and then started to put about A shot across the bows from the Marblehead stopped him and the vessel was boarded, her papers showing that she was bound for Jamaica. The captain explained that he had put in to see if he could get a return cargo of sugar. He was informed that ho could not and was then allowed to proceed. Ill Latest News From All Farts of the gmmtimtttwraHrti FO RC ES Commonwealth. mi POWDER Absolutely Pure BAUNQ POWSCR CO., ROYAL KEW VODK. Insane on Ilia Dridal Trip. Louisville, Ky., June 30 13. n. Lan-it- y, years old, was arrest-- d here Sunday night, charged with lunacy. Lanity is from St Louis, where he is employed in a railroad office. He was married a few days ago nnd came here on his bridal trip. While walking past the cathedral Sunday he fell on his knees and began to pray. He de manded that his wife do likewise. She refused and he assaulted her. It took eight men to arrest him. Lanity owes his insanity to excessive cigarette smoking. Mrs. Lanity is She says that Lanity smoked on an average of 30 cigarettes a day. heart-broke- v, NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. 2 AV 4& OFFICIALREPORT. Adm. Sampson Telte of the Heroism of Lieut. Hobson and Ilis Men. THE SINKING OF THE SHIP MERRIMAC. being out 19 hours, brought in a verdict of guilty, and flxed the punishment at death. An appeal will bo taken at once. Portwood on May 14 shot and killed Richard Purkins, a paralytic saloon keeper, because Purkins bad, a year or had him arrested for disorderly conduct Insanity was the prisoner's plea. , Sentenced to Uentlu Lexington, Ky., June 13. The jury in the trial of George A. Portwood for the murder of Richard Purkins, after Biggersta Oldham Wish to notif- - their friends and patrons that have moved to the MAMMOTH STORE ROOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, recently occupied b Joe, and cordially invite ever- - one to call and inspect their newest and latest importations in everything in the Furniture Line the- - 4$ 5$ Sampson CoiisuItcd'Lieut. Hobson as to the Best Method of Blocking tho Santiago Harbor. The Plan of Sinking the Vessel Was Agreed Upon Later The American Admiral Considers the Deed One of the Bravest Since Cushlng's. Col. Gnlther Home on Leave. IiARKODsnuiiG, Ky;, June 13. CoL E. Col. Hills, of II. Gaither, of the Second Kentucky; the Second Nebraska, and GEN. WILLIAM It SHAFTER. (In Command of the Army Expedition to Santiago de Cuba.) OUR NATIONAL GAME. The Winners in Sauday'it Gair.cs Were: Louisville, Sr. and l'ittKburglu Innlncs: Louisville... Cincinnati Ilatlerlcs 1:345678 .10020002 584 2002000 Cunningham a'nd Powers; 9 a n. r. Washington, Juno 13. The navy department Saturday posted tho following bulletin giving a detailed official report from Adm. Sampson upon the heroism of Lieut Hobson and his men ln sinking tho Merrlmac in the Santiago channel: Sunday morning from Chlckamauga. Gaither is confined to his bed Sunday with dysentery, but expects to return to Chickamauga Wednesday, his leave of absence expiring that day. Lieut Gaither will open a recruiting office here Monday. Col. Dr. A. Lieut Morton Gaither arrived here Such As m FOLDING BEDS Mantel, Upright, Comh-natioand Iron something' new. BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ver ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varied including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $350 to 840. CENTER TABLES 75c to $8.0) iif Ash, MapleOak, Hungarian Ash, Bird v and Mahogany. VERNIS MARTIN These are let renro- ductions of the tables used At Brad lev- Martin ball and made an painted by hand See Them CHAMBER SUITS In M;Jfyr.my, Hunga rian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maf Oak and Ash ROCKERS From GOc to gfe.00. DINERS At $3.00 to $ljp) per set, lrAniiTciirriTTio - . s . 01 nr .?j.j.w. iUWXVrtlO Vrn..l.L.tti3 QiI 's-EN C ns ft John A-- Lurrabee Dead. 0 1 "United Brol-tenste- ln and Wood. Umpires hwartwood and Wood. Innings: 5 n. ir. e. 12 Cleveland 0 0 0 Pittsburgh. Brttcrlefi 0 0 0 3 Powell and Crigcr: Gardner and Umpires Snyder and Connolly. G mc called on account ot rain. Innlngj: 12 3 4 5 0 8 0 a. n. E. Chicago. 0 2 10 1 St-- Louis. 4 14 1 0 Batteries Callahan and Donohuc: Taylor and Sugrten. Umpires Emslle and Curry. 101400 03 6 00000020 04000000 IS MANILA OURS. New of tlie Capture) of the City by Adm. UciTcy and Gen. Ac;uinnldo Reported by Ambassador Il.ty. Washington, June 13. "Hongkong advices say Manila has surrendered." This disp itch was received at Sunday midnight from Ambassador Hay, at London. That was the whole story, but it is taken for granted at the navy department that Ambassador Hay received his news from official sources in London, and that it is correct The news was at once carried over to the white house, and caused intense delight Directnews from Adm. Dewey had been expected Sunday night as it was known he sent a dispatch boat to Hong Kong, and it was presumed that by this time Dewey and Aguinaldo between them must have forced the city to surrender. No one here doubts the news, briefness of the dispatch from Ambassador Hay being taken as an evidence of its reliability, and the navy department was congratulating itself Sunday night in the belief that Dewey has capped the climax of his great victory by hauling down the Spanish flag and running up the stars and g stripes without waiting for the army, just as Sampson landed at Guantanamo while the army was fleeing from ghost ships at Tampa. slow-movin- 1 The Popo and tho Quern. te eriti-Wa- London, June 13. The Homo correspondent of the Standard says: "Owing to the serious news from the Philippines the pope wired the queen regent of Spain, placing his services at her disposal if sho considered that the time had arrived for tho intervention Of the powers in favor of Spain. The queen regent in reply telegraphed her thanks, saying that, at the opportune moment she would feel the pope's offer to bo very precious." Gcu. Blanco Want Supplied, London,. June 13. The Madrid correspondent of the Standard'tclegraphing says: Gen. Blanco, having again telegraphed that in case thelockade beurgent to send comes stricter it will-b. e Or-de- one-thir- rs. war stores, as his supply is running short the government has taken steps to dispatch abundant supplies by fast vessels from Spanish and foreign ports. The more important supplies from Spain will be strongly, convoyed and will be sent immediately." the Report. London, June 13. The Vienna correspondent of the Times says: "Thero is not a particle of truth .fn the rumors that Spain has appealed to Emperor Francis Joseph to mediate, or that, a European congress is contemplated to discuss the ultimate status of the Philippines." SIERRA LEONE. No t Truth In Que Thousand Persons Reported Killed ln the Iti'cent Cprlslnp la That DUtrlet MUslouarles Murdered. LVKBroor. June 13. -- Steamers which DaVSfe;r,1 1,ava mm fityrn. Trfrtnfi a thousand, persons Hverc. York, Off Santiago, June 3, 180S. Permit me to call your special attention to Assistant Naval Constructor Hobson. As stated in a special telegram, before coming hero I decided to make the harbor . entrance secure against the possibility of egress by Spanish ships by obstructing the narrow part of the entrance by sinking a collier at that point Upon calling upon Mr. Hobson for his professional opinion as to a sure method of sinking the ship he manifested the most lively interest in the problem-Afte- r several days' consideration he presented a solution which he considered would insure the immediate sinking of the ship when she reached the point in the channel. desired This plan we prepared for execution when we reached Santiago. The plan contemplated a crew of only seven men and Mr. Hobson, who begged that it might bo intrusted to him. The anchor chains woro arranged on decMorboth the anchors, forward and aft, the plan inoludiuj; tho anchoring of the ship almost automatically. As soon as I reached Santiago and I had the collier to work upon and the details were completed, and diligently prosecuted hoping to complete them in one day as the moon and tide served best the first night after our arrivaL Notwithstanding every effort the hour of 4 o'clock in the morning arrived, and the preparation was scarcely completed. After a careful inspection of the final preparations I was forced to relinquish the plan for that morning as dawn was breaking. , Mr. Hobson begged to try it at all hazards. This morning proved mora propitious, as a prompt start could be made. Nothing could have been more gallantly executed. We waited impatiently after the firing by the Spaniards had ceased. When they did notre-appefrom 'the hartor at 0 o'clock I feared that they had all perished. A steam launch, which had been sent in charge of Naval Cadet Powell to rescue the men, appeared at this time coming out under a persistent fire of the batteries, but brought none of the crew.- - A careful inspection of the harbor from. this ship showed that the vessel Mcrrimac had been sunk in the channel, g This afternoon tho chief of staff of Adm. Ccrvera came out under a flag of truco with a letter from the admiral extolling the bravery of the crew in an uuusual matter. I carx not myself too earnestly express my appreciation of the conduct of Mr. Hobson and his gallant crew. I venture to say that a more brave and daring thing has not been done since Gushing blew up the Albermarle. Referring to the inspiring letter which you addressed to-- the officers at the beginning of the war I am sure you will offer a suitable professional reward to Mr. Hobson "and his companions. I must add that .Commander J. M. Miller relinquished his command with the very greatest reluctance believing he would retain his command under all circumstances. He was, liowcvcr, finally convinced that tho attempt of another person to carry out the multitude of details which had been in preparation by Mr. nobson might endanger its proper execution. I therefore took thelibcrty to relieve him for this reason only. There were hundreds of volunteers who were anxious to participatc there .were 150 from the Iowa, nearly as many from this ship, and largo numbers from all the, , officers and men alike. ar States Flagship New 13. Dr. John Larrabee, one of Louisville's best known physicians and prominently known in his profession all over the country, died at his home in this city Sunday of Bright's disease, aged 53 years. Dr. Larrabee was a native of Maine, was a man popularity. He contributed largely to medical journals and was the author of many treatises upon diseases of children. of-wi- Louisville, Ky., June - Sent to the Penitentiary. Nicuolasvili.e, Ky., June 13. During the circuit court week just closed, 12 persons were sent to the penitentiary on charges of burglary, housebreaking, horse stealing and shooting and wounding. John Overstreet who shot Sheriff Logan Young two years ago and was captured only last week, was one of the number; he received a sentence. five-year r I? m Jxi Soldiers' Aid Society. Lexington, Ky., June 13. The Soldiers' Aid society, an organization formed by leading Blue Grass women, began a street canvass for members Monday. The membership fee is only ten cents, and all the money will be used to buy clothing for the Kentucky troops. Everybody is eligible. Tho ladies expect to raise over $2,000. Leonatns Is Dead. We are too busy to gir 'aH list o our immense stock, but assure youfSt anything you may need you can find at our ni'.uarts. P' IS B UUL JMGKT TELEPHONE 67. IiT TELEPHONE 75. Lexington, Ky., June 13. The brown stallion Leonatus died Friday night at Runnymede farm in Bourbon county. Leonatus was a wonderful race horse in his form, and has been at the head of Clay & Woodford's establishment for several years. Kentucky Man Drowned ln the Hudson. Trior, N. Y., June 13. Edward Adams Hermany, of Louisville, Ky., a When in the City Make Your Headquarters With rrDC ft h S0 junior at the Rens'selaer Polytechnic institute, was drowned in the Hudson &i&wiysm " 1 Saturday while bathing. The body was recovered. Ilermany's father is chief engineer of the Louisville waterworks. Bradley received a dispatch from Assistant Adjt Gen. Forester at 11 o'clock Saturday stating that everything is quiet at Manchester, Clay county, where troops are. preserving order during the Howard-Bake- r feud trials. Lunatic IlunK lllinself. Lexington, Ky.. June 13." Rev. J. B. Richardson, aged 41, from Powell county, committed suicide in the'East-er- n Kentucky lunatic asylum ing with a towel. He had beea an inmate of the suicidal ward since last g fiarkANDY The Troop ln Clay Connty. Fkaxkfokt, Ky., June 13. Gov. "fa CATHArffiC cl .. . k. km . CU Rl COnSFIPATiOH m . . 8r 10 25 pie i N rrtrMP-- 50 fcCA! V1 '7- sal mt 9 BJsf? - 'ITTi ' ALL DRUGGISTS t Hrfo0 llliQUSlllI w 05 October. l'anlc In Church. 13L . llifell o 5 The ceilLexlvgto.v, Ky., June ing in SU Peters Catholic church fell while 0 o'clock mass iras being celebrated Sunday morning, slightly injuring several persons and causing a panic. . Eight Thousand .americans Reported Iiinded. eio3vEOnD. - o o 1 5' O o D m Eight thousand Americans, according to a private dispatch from Port an Prince, have landed' .near Santiago de Cuba. The United States auxiliary crulset arrived at.Mole St FIcholas Sunday WASuts6xof, Juno 13. The. report that 8,00;i American troops landed neat Santiago can not b confirmed and if is belfeved here that our troops havt not yet reached t!ose CArc Hattit, June . in -3 13. -- MANUFACTURER AJ?D DEALER IN 'Mist &?., o GRKNITEJLWDS OFM0NUM8NTS, CEHETERY WORK AND ALL D For further particulars, prices, mckll-l- y address, n Madison MoiUn)eital Worte Fr-obf- & ort tjiiciiuli In "Effect May 1,18 ' EAST BOUND. Xve Frankfort. Elkhorn Stamping xiuvaiia-T." hM ..8 ---- DAILY EXCEPT 8UNDAY. other-ships- (Signed) "W. T. Sampson." , f ai. 30 6 51 pjs. 330 832 348 SS8 406 4 15 Winter Schedules i? Ml 613 300 IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER OTH. fv A-lv HI' i of Parkersburg, V. Va., Eecom mends Wrights Celery Capsules. Pakkeesbbrg, W. Vam January 20, 1935-TiWeight Med. Co., $ Columbus, Ohio. hayp . beaa.uotairn Gentlemen; I Capstttae oat and I became oaic bald. vised io try " Some years ago my, hair begin iofaZt Iiva$aa- &': ber, 18&4, uHTfiaattwia to mewled, r ftret beMi tulting Ibwn.k;Ic cJ- Hat (Wlui. Aj tfL tuiiW JiWtaient for SeitS 0hhm&nr. .Jre-iu-- Wriht'e Celery - siae yr- jMHMsri' -- :'TeTLU tbt' .if J- T4rA s MAvm , """"fr x '? r,. l5STV?J-- : CWAXluB Witli TJewwi,Wi ited Ireoonnbend tJn tojany, .Zw&sl. VMMftrmi AjA'ilm T. &cbibA i ft lfl fWilKiib irick about it. Any bo4v.cn traders, are knWw fo masi vr. JiscK KHfiWeak ti Hedy aBd'witffine. TheprVie sacred,- and s Jt t. IrV.it who baft ' r TPt ; . --.mnz, fcr. nBtfSVMUftnft'M.- - Btn in. t rOLBrOo tors Of Dr. .KIBRS-O- e v LXIb ried into the bush tli"cl,war..boysH r'm.Wi:li ",nimlitl IiftBBftlf doneniBptioH, CousthaT t'ntilQoIiJi, b and, undoubtedly taeV, WOrse fats.' i.; Ithte i.nnvnTnror tpn million tfialbc fVn-n- liiindrul .friendnk i;''-tl Swr . ytal3r"lferi' great, medicine ajuLhaya! killedjTwas.Besiae inew miss4B-- ; ete as ABMdMWSIUM Ll; satifeiactiou 'of.fcnQwiit;Wto; irlea,;sIxxolorcd EaIsMonafev.0r:ft; w t' ; i e ywt """J'i aar-lately eurea xuohbriwh ucipeiwo "SaiSu aiu"iiM5.-"f'.'rTOH eases-- ,, Asthma," Bronchitis,;, 0prBr ! lSonarI-ar3ii mrfwmtr miii tul Veli at tne.inerey-'o- r timnjiwm aii in i mir a " ' - wa have'.BOt " beeu tik.' Ukrmrgk rmmAU, miW ' are. br: Ipstda. . - .z 1 fjfWfl Cr 'm &.' rSd irtom-&tem, KccrtuiJwaySi ; -- ?x reSrf it btrtxi 'jinttvhtor, :rfciuMraiJH $SiBAR iJMotC. iVmrJs, faAiwtaed that they area tairwm regular awe. flOelSad Jjflt CfcV astarlal bottlCIre fitx i"n.w -OW J.vl" "S.V. "-bottkyi T4!eavViry tni nem'snd fr-- -i jpr. Every ferrv awotetffirDru .Private ;K'ijJftitfcic3Bi rw' bOttie mwtANdurU at Mt0ro,OJthTivultUPOH'.frotnC noc.- jay bw v i rz fblta. ii ' i v XL Stmd www,i.aew!.f J MaJjoaiaewMJ - Ltittt? WmTfca tofflboi ,lejns ptrS lha. WO H8 rianblrM I Ik afkvllsati have, wceiyea.Biu- dia90tadaamiqeeeaiidiM o ' niAWkr jrtzr itfbttfr f.'w t lolteiiko IF- ;fHriCl & ..-.l liae jy MIL iV.cerfiiinly jtrttfyiBg t ib pub- . '. , r ;i " lie to Ksow.oie'U nnnarn .tnl iland who, are. not afraiU?to bftfienefl8-t- JiiJliens "0!ye" Awa '.-- . killed ,nTijhp recent .uprising in that district m hun'dre'd andHweaty ia habitants ofetown.-aao-st fftb'aa r6Prfcat MARKET EEPOIiT. CixciNSATX. Ground..-,..- .. $&:t&wxsL ,nt3A !! &iaori -'-- t '. othlon.. have-bee-- .F&oub Spring fancy. '&3935.43r 'famur. 'HSOgilO", spring patent, J3.83S6.33r winter fancy. n.B3iiu; lamuy. .patent,! t25e4.50:-extra.Kl-7d&j.i- Jane It &; Lvc Georgetown...... Arr Newtown ........ Contreville -- ,... Elizabeth Georgetown-.- .. " .,. .720 -- 80Q . 702 708 8 8 22 8 28 8 40 gUEBGT & CHESCENT EOUTE.. Iwrs Cjjcinati 109 FINEST Paris ..- . 4 42 4 62 4 58 5 10 fe Nqw Qrkais -- aad JacksMvilte 2-- 4 l&E;. - - n ton-ew- v .eea-"WHKATStileet'Uo. CORX-Sa- tas j 20, 2ffllsed.-jl- rj ' . low eraae.wwsa "WEST BOUND. fcUJgawL do cityji - tr. r Xve Paris ?.- -- . 2 red ot , Arr .Elizabeth . tee-otrt- liis te - . trsik. JScs.- -. Oats Sales: No. 3 mixed 'v TlflfM flrlnrf tlaaara. ,.il SeyiH '- - - "- Centrevflle.. , ,, ;. J Newtown-.-- .- .,9 30 932 ..9 38 948 t( na a.m. p.m. 6 30 M3ES SHORTEST. VESTIBULED TRAINS I' 5R IN THE 642 548 558 608 630 64S 859 706 6 41 UJVg.w""t' r;; Mltca-Jire.iinj- u HdMftV4A. ," " 4BVW3MH .'good- t ;y. e Clirr.B Fttlrtn - Vjov-nH- -- 'j t ' . llrsTssssT I'fBX stn Kjaaa& int.i.rM.imt, ii 7 98 . t fniaKiti.;. jc Hchoh:edtrfw.tl.ta,i83; falr;;-- li " r B.B?dA'WiQ,lrM.'Ageat ... . PTOB.B?JWi.Gi'lJPHit ii ltS3 ' WiVmV ",IWinnj. 0 SW'IIJW IVKA id. ftftM- - ,A w - .M..J, 11,..- iBMrt SaircoS-f- l Ji ii iVSiSKT- .i i S??fSr-sffrr-tcrss- T. .10 40 LZiom -- al.taiva.i ci iiiin-- ' Jiii: io. M 9C. Through Pullman Service is un'equalled. Cafe7- - Parlocy and;' Observation Girs dailv. Standard VestibHled day Coatihes- - jlGetryour tickets via the Queen & Crescent Ronte LW-lttWWrf- . .1"- - t'! P - At.t Ciicaiati, 0V SKB0O4.K1: sis "Trr. JX-i3- ?; . StAtttt MkaUCr. " - i..tii.-isHr- 3v . - un m VXA! r -- 4rllih : -- . z?32: Mil. ph9dl iica0t-31 ... 0- . "1 ftr" : r ;;jpf t :r .i. . rtWr' ' gtoymtm. 3sf---f- tl: x , ,: ss 72. -- .ti si ' i it ' ?S -- tm.' - maa 2e; iM9&r- ., v ivnpsiia tanee jaj. vwwniisiw.l mm s n mm lsj ur- v 1r- -- TnmMH,ximimar - u , HfenlaJftt er 2.-3kfe aMarax ail mt. Ueii SjE ' od:QWeir5 ITh TltiilitknTiV Kv..-GLifA- lefpaper ,fTl iMeh Directory. W.Z oj-.i- n mt cWSn 9tamMWbf00 ' then m wow thatfl one Hwr nrfftiiiit.lttW)ti tte Wiwklv. Is criHtwl wltk tb Tatumi fit Bfcjimond ot h Vtmfabm. eoitajr u mi'imy to HaHiwim oWy r WMfcaptfi 'mMmml Dtrlct." ppr i. 11 . . -. " - " J - ? v, - &.&? ? jk v,, am. ;ot-Ja- e, ti33S- -S minnrt. lntITlTTrrfTfT fnmtjiijrv "" ", ow- . , eftfctSROww---, ' - 'm&i. ZtJf tl '- - - - S vi- - z-- jr i ,!.'i'. SK'.3PS''..43Pii 'r" The Richmond Climax. " "''rYs PERSONAL.. .' -- ".- . f i " '"' -- - '''"Y"' i? w - t.'--' i r. 'A 1 i The State Board ol Equalization has concluded ita labors and adjourned Saturday. It fixed the total value of all property in the State at' $552,877,907. rUHfcUJHMJKVEKV WRDNKSDAT BY This is $3,457,000 more than the equal ThQ Climax Printing Go. ized value fixed by the "Board last year,and $18,000,000 less than that fixed in 1890. The Assessors f his year fixed the Proprietors mod Editor. value at $531,934,000 hence the Board's 'Vfrfi'P'7, -n C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. work increased the valae over twenty millions. The State's revenue this vear PRICK PER Y15AR, $1.50. will amount to $2,902,000 besides franchise taxes, railroad taxes, liquor licenWEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, - - 1F9S. ces, etc., which will easily amount to another million. FOR CONGRESS. ble dissatisfaction over the titioners. a serious kick has already been regis Hum. Wm. S. I'byob, chairman of tered at Washington. The distillers the State Board of Election claim that there is consiuerauie uis- announces that recommendacrimination in the apportionment of tions from County Committees of all the Uses and that the spirits people are parties for places on the County Boards being let olf easy. w ill he considered by the State Board. Fkom our limited observation, there Gov McCkkaiu - making a telling afHe met is no calling, trade or profession so of the District. canvass flicted by jealousies as is the medical Thompson at Stanford on Monday and lgal profession if not met both his opponent in Spencer laet profession. The baneful passion, is at week. In both places the papers bay less free from the least blessed with a means of escape the Governor handled himelf like a envying as veteran and come oil w itli colors flying. for the pent up anger and in court where they is often exhibited Tjik war is huh destined to last three talk it cut over the shoulders of some or four j ears. Colonel W. J. Bryan and client. But it is different in medicine, his regiment will lw sent to the Phil- and it is unfortunate, indeed, for the ippines, aud you can bet your sesterces iieoplo can hardly trust those who will that McKinley will never Etop the war not trust each other, hence invalids are until after the next election so he can ant to seek relief from experts away keep Bryan out of his way. Midway from home when their diseases might Cormnia-eionere, i- Kentucky distillers have learned We are authorized to announce Hos. candidate B. McCekabt, of Madicon county. .1 subject to that they will have an additional war Eijjhth district; for Congraw in the the action of the Democratic party. mch30-t- l tax to pay on warehouse receipts, as We are authorized to announce J. B. Thomp- follows: Warehouse receipts less than son, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Kepresen-tativ- e $100, taxed at 25 cents; warehouse rein Congreta from thig. the 8th District ceipts, $100 to $500. 50 cents; ware house receipts exceeding $500, $1 ; entry J. Streng. Jarra-beIN the death of Dr John A. for withdrawals from bonded wareAfter a of Louisville the Suite mourns 50 cents. There is considera- Mrs. .Lee loss of one of her foremost prac- house, the ruling and e, Jess Alverscij, of Stanford, ' Sunday. Nannie HeatL in at homo from Miss Nicholasvillo. DW.Tribblo, of Richmond, was in town Tuesday. Mr. John Jay Williams, of Paris, spent Sunday with friends here. Mr. L.E Griggs, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting Mr. W. T. GriggF at Waco. Misses Xaara Luxon and Luxio Ballard are visiting in Trenton. Mo. Miss Mary Hawkins is visiting relaLex. Gazette. tives in Richmond. Miss Pearl Gentry left Wednesday to take charge of a class in music at lord. Miss Krohn has returned to Chicago, 111., after a delightful visit to Mrs. II. visit to Mrs. Everett Witt, llardmau lias returnee, to Richmond Richmond is visiting his grandmother, was here Mrs. Nannie Pish Mrs. J.J. Brooks one knows him nnd is thrown has returned from a visit to friends in when liim, you are certain to iorm a Willie Mareteller, of with Winchester. Mrs. Curtis Burnain Hume is expected home today from a protracted visit in the West. Mr. A. W. Schoolfield, of Dayton, Ky., spent a few days here this week. He is jolly as ever. Mrs. Dr. Fnizee and daughter Miss Hettie Martin, are visiting in Nicholas-vill- e Clipper. than now tliev number well up to 2,(0. As to "readers," a- - the Climax puts it, it has fuily 10,0(0 a week. liy not say s in the American Newspaper Annual, on wIiom; reports we bate our claim- -' lect when it had The Interior Journal doesn't recol1 SOO sub let-s Viikv the manhood of the country was patriotically responding to the call to arms, Hie self constituted patiiots rang the it over the crountry, "where is Bryan," and said that he was a coward. WhA ieeuIistol as a private in a company ohJn own State the same patriots said he wus a demagogue. Now that he has been Vtmnnssioned and is raising a regiment, they call him a politician, nd every other epithet is applied toyutn their inventive genius can self-seeViun. - across outside of tls Bible are in secret order rituals 1o many members in all orders miss . whole lot of pleasure and instruction n-- not 'ionising their rituals every nportunity. The same may ery trulhfuiv be 6aid of church members not haLof whom ever look into their Bibles, bnOet dust accumulate on thim. On fcinday, liowcver, they bit up in tin- amei corner and look painfully pious, leading the Bible will help snybov. Studying a secret order ritual netr fails to instruct and benefit nil who so improve time. "It. W. Grand Lodge of tiie I O. 0. R, of Indiana. Li God we trust. Constitutional libeity; the earth for its domain and eternitr for its duration," are the sentiments of Odd Fellowship beautifully inscribed at the height of eighty feet after entering the door from the dase of the Washington Monument in Washington City. A little further up in that magnificent structure se find the inscription: token of respect for Washington as a Free Mason. By the Grand Lodge of Ohio." 1 verily believe that if secret orders had lteun as strong in the United Suites away back in the tixties, the the rivers of blood that was shed dur ing the civil war would have been averted and so many millions would not now Ik- mourning the loss ot the thousands of heroe whodied upon the battle-fieldJoe. Waters in Harrods-bur- g s. Tub most beaiiful language and sihliine sentiment- I hao ever run - Sayings. CF.Brower&Co Main and Broadway. f! m to Move, In-ni- News is heralded through the county by this week's papers of the probable departure from our (loors in the next few days of the articles mentioned below. Look at these prices they are money savers and will surely prove valuable to you if you will investigate. Wo have taken from our large stock of chamber suits and marked for special selling this week 5 patterns. They are rare values. 1 full-siz- e clieval euit, 18x40 mirror, bed, curley birch. This suit has been marked to sell for f30. This week's price will be .$20 00 suit of Birch. Price has been $40. This week you can buy it for $30 00 There is a suit here in Natural Maple with miirorson dresser and wash'stand that has never been offered for les than f 40. This week will close nt $25. 1 ALSO AS50suitfor A sold mahogany euit, vnluo fered this week for 35 00 100, of- $00 00 COOLING THINGS. Refrigerators, 15 patterns, $8 to Ours are the best. HAMMOCKS. Just opened three bales 75c to $4. $18. Prices from Baby Carriages At Umi hm CF.BrowedCo tfU'lfl '! Lexington, Ky. gaging manners make her the reigning ball-roobelle, and in the Blue GrassStato noted . b cured bv local iiliveiciaiiH. Ihis is for its beautiful women, she rivals the preliminary to the ijuestion, are Ken loveliest of them all. She lias been the 9 tucky physicians proud of the distinccentre of attraction hero since her arri upon tion that has just been conferred val and the attention she has received one of their number, the greatest honor is decidedly flattering to her. Mrs. which can fall to a physician in the Shanks entertained in Miss Lewis' hon? United States the Presidency of the or Saturday evening, when she captiva"Mrs. Surena Long, aged 82, Long. American Medical Association! Speak w eek. ted the hearts of the ladies as well as died on Friday nt J. C. Long's near ing of this the Louisville Times says: aescMcKee Rk hmond, K . B. Rroaddus, of Richmond, is gentlemen, who assembled to meet her. Mrs. T "Tills distinction has been awarded visiting the family of Mr. W. P. Azbill, The evening proved generally delight Kirksville. to a Louisv;lle doctor but once before, Stackpoli:. Speaking of tho death Maple Street. Winchester ful, the hostess and her bewitching we believe, the late Dr. D. W. Yautlell on South of Mrs. Letcher Stackpole, the Paris guest making all feel that it was good having been chosen for the high honor Democrat. Kentuckian says: "Tho remains of in 1S71. Some one has wondered that Miss Clara Mershon, of Stanford, an to bo there. Elegant refreshments this ollice is cer filled, owing to the Mrs. Letcher Stackpolo passeu yesterwere served and everything else done to traditional jealousies of one another's attractive young lady of great musical ALGKIiKA. day from Covington, her home, to attainments alleged to exist amongst ability, is the guest this week of Mr. make the occasion enjoyable. Geo. W. Pickels, Jr. as Mi3S Brown she Richmond, where the doctors. But this is a rather too and Mrs. Robert Harris. Chas. Terrill. had lived. She was aged 23 years, violent application of a Howard Edwards. Miss Curraleen Smith was lately concerning the professors of assumption KNGLISK IIISTOBV. and died of consumption, leaving a Oxford, O. Semiselecgraduated from the the healing art. Seriously, the Arthur K. Akcrs. Thos. J. Rlack. Mrs. George Corzelius, neo Miss husband, Leon Stackpole, of the L. & tion of an incumbent for this eminent nary and is now with her mother, Mrs. R. C. Roggs. poor logic to agree N., and a babe, born in this city three Georgia Moberloy, joined the First position is a splendid manifestation of C. C. Smith, at Winchester. II. P. Yenowine. all meats arealike. Our meats months ago. She was a niece of the esteem and confidence by a doctor's Robt. F. Scudder. Presbyterian church last Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. Simon Furuian, nee fellow professionals, and in the present Cale Walker. are the best. We kill first-clas- s late Mrs. Thomas Jones, of this city, Mr. Charles A Logan will preach at instance the choice has fallen on worthy Miss Leon, who in her girlhood was a U. S. HISTORY. cattle, is why we have and sister of Coroner M. G. Brown, of shoulders. Dr. Mathews is an able and famous beauty of Lebanon, Ky., are tho Southern Presbyterian Church next Cale Walker. James Ford. always enjoyed a good shar John Harbick, the CovRichmond. accomplished surgeon, and in his elecWm. Smith. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock Shelby ington undertaker, occompanied the tion, not only is there a high personal visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Streng. of Richmond's patronage. Edward C. Stockton , Sentinel. by the tribute to him, but a recognition KENTUCKY HISTORY. Miss Virginia Bell, a St. Louis beaut-remains." Those have not favored leading medical association in this Rev. W. S. Grinstcad, of Stanford, Geo. W. Pickels, Jr. Robt. F. Scudder us with orders in the past May Sue The Fair Company. coantry of the importance which the has been visiting Mrs. E. V. Gibson. began a series of meetings at the Edward C. Stockton. She will visit her friend, Mrs. Mathew profession in this city has maintained will be convinced, b- - giving CIVIL GOVEKX JIEXT. Mr. Thomas Forman, attorney of Methodist church Monday night. SerAllen Kenne) , nte Mies Delia Ramsey, for three quarters of a century." P. F. Adams. B. C. Boggs. Lexington, who by the way is a son of us a trial order vices daily at 7:30 p, in. Preparatory Commencement. Geo. Pickels. at Danville. Rev. Kzekiel Forman, formerly of this and other H. P. Yenowine. delayed. Rev. Lawrence E. Selfridge. of Vic- city, was in Richmond last week gathNEW COMPARTMENT CARS TO CHICAGO. Messrs. John Guadinger, of Lexingare not excelled by anjT market. The commencement exercises of the John Hisle. Woolstien, of Richmond, Geo. toria, Texas, will preach at tho Second ering facta about the accidental death Preparatory Department of Central Arthur Akers. ton, Abe Prince, Now Pullman Compartment Sleep- Ingels, and Jack Neil of Cincinnati, all Presbyterian church next Sabbath of Capt. fell from of Huntington, W. University which took place in the GEOGRAPHY. Va., who the band stand at morning. Subject, "True Riches." ing Cars of up-t- o date design and finish Susan Akers. were in the city Tuesday. the race track last year and was fatally college chapel Monday morning at 11 J. Lvnu Jones. Forty-eighave just been placed in service on the n Tegetab.es such as Beam, Potatoes, Peas, "Cabbaje, Onions. Lettuce young men were graduat- injured. The family of the deceased o'clock, were most gratifying to all who Tjyttteton Lewis. Bourbon News. SPELLING. .tc, 4c, can be fo ind in our market at all times. Thankijg you lor past patronage I have not yet decided what step they attended. Tho audience was larger Pennsylvania short Line from Cincined from tho Southern Baptist Theologisolicit a continuance of samei A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Gibson Miss Dorcas Francis. will take but may enter suit for heavy than for several years. After music by nati to Chicago. They embody all the cal Seminary, at Louisville, last week. Band, and invothe Richmond PEifNSIAXSHir modern features and conviences of pri- Taylor tells of their pleasant journey The past year has been the most pros- damages against the Fair Association. cation by Dr. totring H. Marquess, of V. Telephone 10J. The accident was a lamentable one in vate rooms. For details apply to Geo by New Orleans and through Texas to perous in its history, there having tho extreme. Capt. Prince'and sever.il Louisville, the Principal, Piot. J. H. BenjaminJAndres, Pay ton F. Adams may25-l- y Mackey Building, Main t Joe Cunningham, Geo. Pickels, Ray-buE. Rockwell, A. G. P. Agt., Cincin- Los Angeles, California, where they other gentlemen were sitting in the Ctmudier, after a few remarks, anRucker, Armor T. Parrish. Miss will spend two weeks before going on to been 363 students in attendance. unused band stand adjoining the nounced the speakers of tho Annual De- Dorcas Francis. Jflss Marguerite Hunt nati, 0. Rev. M. Ashby Jones, the new pastor judges' stand at the track watching clamatory Contest as fo lows: Seattle, Wash. Lexington Leader. Kall "distiniruished." Leigh-Stretau Baptist Church, preach- the races. The Captain's horse, driven Armer T". Parrish . . . Richmond, Ky. After this the highest average medal EKHTH DISTRICT CONVENTION VOTE. The Economical Club will meet with of "Glorious New England." by Capt. Price, of Lexington, had just was awarded, for the seeoud time in ed his introductory sermon at that place Mrs. W. II. Shanks Saturday from 3 to lost the heat. The little crowd in the Elliott Poe Smith . . . Richmond, Ky. succession, to Geo. Jr., who ShelbySntincL - " - -- - 5 p. m Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Row- of worship last Sabbath morning, and stand were sitting on the seats on three "The Situation and The Obligation." is one of the brightest and best students SSSS the edifice was crowded. The occasion sides of the stand talking about the Edward C. Stockton . . Richmond, Ky. in Kentucky. According to the decision ot the Demland, of Danville, were here Tuesday MANAGER. r "South Carolina." ocratic Committee of this Congressional en route to Richmond to see Mrs. S. B. of course was looked forward to with race. Four or five of tiio men, Capt. In his closing remarks, the Principal C2 G G great interest, as the church has been Prince, Clay Shackelford, and others Peyton F. Adams . . . Richmond, Ky. said that the attendance this year has irrJ' f AOI district the ten counties are allowed a White, who is ill. Stanford Journal. i$S3KASE33 names we been larger than usual. He commended "Tho New Scuth." looking for a successor to Dr. Wright whoseleaning backcannot now recall, ;liii.auti3 trt eti c jL'St total delegation of 155 at the ConvenBest $2.00 and $2.50 were against the plank Barbee Betts a Miss Nellie Mann visited Miss Julia i'Sivx Kichmond, Ky. the students oh their fine work and -- " since last fall and when the youthful railing which served as a rest for tho T3- tion to be held at Danville, Tuesday, Higgins, in Richmond, &X4&ZP&J? -excellent conduct during the year. He and enjoyed the minister Our Duties to The Republic." House in Louisville. &$&S7S!i& far. ' " i: walked into the pulpit accom- back. Suddenly and with only the July 12. to select a Democratic commencement gayeties this week said that the course would bo enlarged sound of crashing timber the rail gave Geo. W. Pickels, Jr., . Richmond, Ky. and improved,next year, and announced $3fe ft candidate. This makes 78 necessary Mr. John Williams went to Richmond panied by his distinguished father, Rev. way t 'i( 3 and Capt. Prince and u bo; fell "The Christening of Tae Kentucky." tho addition to tho faculty of Prof yfc! Dr. J. William Jones, a deep silence backwards to the ground for a choice. The following is the num- Tuesday evening to six or eight attend the com- filled 'lhe contest was a highly McEIroy, Proctor is au the great house and anxious ex- feet below. The boy alighted on a one, reflecting honor on the creditable alumnus KnottL'., and who who so popber of otes by counties: excellent of C. mencement exercises at Central Uni- pectancy was mch2-6was depicted upon every face. bicycle and was uninjured, but Capt. Juvemie Literary Society, of which all ular as a teacher of Jackson Collegiate Madison 2S versity. Bourbon News. V of jierhaps the bpeakers are members. Of the Institute last jear. Altogether, the Princo. who Was a large vhelby It is safe to say that every expectation 225 pounds, alighted on man back of 25 the his contestants Parrish and Stockton ap- work in this important branch of Misses Lady Trew itt and Elizabeth was realized. Mr. Jones' sermon was Meicer SfVgl 17 itt. head and shoulders. His heels had peared for the first tim?. Both spolie University has been very gratifying" the Nelson entertained tho S. I. It. Club, a masterful olfort, showing to Lincoln 5 10 careful scarcely left tho seat in his backward well. In fact, it was thought by some all concerned. last Friday evening, at the country thought and diligent study, and was tumble before the writer, who sat near Jessamine 14 Stockton would win. His concephome of Judge Nelson. About thirty couched in most pleasing rhetoric, de- by, sprang over the seat to the gronnd that of his speech was excellent, and ofThe faculty this year was composed tion Anderson 13 J. II. Chandler, Principal; S. J. below Jand raised the Captain up his young voice persons were present. Dancing was a livered in an impassioned, earnest Boyle and and rested his head m his arms. AVe effect. Betts, rang out with telling Sanderson, who has proven to bo one 12 Smith, Pickels and of the best instructors the Preparatory part of the program, and elegant re- graceful manner. Ho at once won his Garrard 12 shall never forget the injured freshments were served. Winchester way into the hearts of his congregation words : "I am broken to pieces,man's Adams have all spoken before, and all has ever had, J. Van Dyke Norman ' Spencer am showed the effect of careful training, the excellent instructor in History, and . . 10 I Sun. gone, send for a lawyer, I want to made and ail deserve special mention, Betts C. C. Cooper, the competent .' and is destined to do a great and good Rockcastle 3 teacher of Miss Mary Crutcher, of Winchester, work in this city. Mr. Jones is quite a my will. To think I came all the way having won the April contest betwpen Junior Arfchmetic. from home to die this way." Con- Prep, and Caldwell High School. WALTON'S FIGHT STANDUP FOR MC- - graduated at Harrodsburg College this young man not having yet reached his scious of his terrible injury, suffering Tlie judges, Dr. W. Marquess, NEW YORK FASHIONS. week. Her father, Ben. A. Crutcher, thirtieth birthday and looks even untold agony, his limbs paralyzed, he Prof. C. G. Crooks and H. CREARY. Prof. R. E. and uncle, T. B. Crutcher, Jr., of this younger. He is most pleasing in his bethought himself not of a physician Roberts, decided after some deliberaof a lawyer, so certain From all we can ascertain Gov. Mc city, were present. Miss Crutcher manner, easily approached, and will but was fatally hurt. An was he that tion, to award the medal to Peyton F. ESSRS. D. B. Shackel Graduation gowns are almost Qua- he with her grandmother make an ideal pastor. Mr. Jones was was hastily procured, and ambulance Adams. Creary is the choice of nine-tentol makes her homo physicians ford & Co. have rP- While the judges were out, Prof. kerishly moJest in cut. the Democrats of Lincoln county. A Mrs. Rash, of Winchester. Nicholas-'ill- e born November 7, 1808, at Lexington, in attendance accompanied the injured Chandler read the honor roll as follows : man to the Henderson House where Democrat. coived a large assortment of Virginia. He studied at McGuires solid delegation and the unit rule aro Hoiv's is This.! everything was done for LATIN. what his friends intend to do for him Harrison Thompson spends his spare school, Richmond College, Washington His wife and children, his comfort. refrigerators andcold storage We oner One Hundred Dollars refined and I PKOFICIEJJT. at the primary. Stanford Journal. mononts washing handkerchiefs and and Lee University, University of Vir- elegant pooplo, hurried to his bedside DISTIGUISHED. for say case of Catarrh that canboxes- - which they are not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. shiruat Chukainnuga Dr. Thorn- ginia and Southern Baptist Thoological and rtmained with him until his death, G. W. Pickels, Jr. - Hustling off F. J. Ciikney &Co., Prons., Toledo. Why, of course, now that a couven-ventio- n ton Wilis, of Mt. Sterling, spent Sun- Seminary. While at tho University he about three weeks later. The entire Chas. Terrill. your own price. ; community was profoundly shocked by Edward C. Stockton. o. day atWilmore - supplied for Dr. Taylor at Charlotts-vill- o has been ordered, Mr. Cr indisrpn-ihlMiss Anne GuerThey ,T.f; - &W the accident, and many persons sent Cale Walker. We the undersigned, have known F. . not, as the Stanford Jour rant has returned from Lewisburg, Va., about six months, and during his flowers, visited the invalid, aud did TJ IS J. Cheney for the Inst 15 years, and 1 K.,4clcs. - UUO UI11V GKEEK. "nal informs us, want a primary. With where sin has been attending school. course at tho Seminary filled his first everything to manifest their sorrow-ove- r belieAohiin perfectly honorable in all e once or twice will the affair. The otliccrs of tho Chas. Terrill. Uiutus Todd. biiMnes transactions and financially that smooth philosopher whatever is is Mrs.D. Clay Lilly is visiting in pastorate at Richmond, Ky. From there buv fair association were no less moved by able tojearry out any obb'gation made thisA-Cek- . ENGLISH. right, even if it is all wrong. Louis- Irvine ho went to Bardstown, Ky., where he the sad occurrence to se&it melt away in "the Woodford Sun. and did all in their II. C. Crawford. Dy iner unn. ville Times. has been for tho past three years. Mr. power lor the comfort of tho injured Geo "W. Pickels, Jr. WeptJ&Truax, Wholesale Druggists, LancasterlliJends extend congratulaarm mi or summer without a Chas. Terrill. Toledo, O. Wamhxo, Kinni-- v & The author ol this silly 6quib does tions to Hon. J. stone Walker, who Jones married Miss May Turner, of man. But nil was in vain, and the Jos. Cunningham. refrigerator or iee box to death that loomed before the Captain's Cale Walker. Tolehimself no credit by such a publica- was married lat week in Louisville to Richmond, Ky., and has a bright and Mabjut. "Wholesale Druggists. AISITIIMETIC. eyes when ho do, OS keep and to keep vour milk-butte-r, tion. More than two months ago, Gov. Miss Cora Wallai Boone of that city. interesting baby boy. He enters his fought off by fell from tho stand, Wnll't f!nfnrrli f!iiro la tnken intorlial- Geo. W. McCreary said he was indifferent as To know Stone Wyker is to like him, new pastorate here under most auspi- tender loving skilled physicians and BenjaminPickels, Jr. Littleton Lewis. ly.afting- - directly upon the oiooo ami "Thos. J. Black. ministrations, hovered Andres. meats, etc. cold, fresh to the manner of selecting a candidate, and wo knov' the far Chas. Terrill. tmiMvrtt anrt!iiOK nr riif svaicui. a...- bride will never cious circumstances, nnd is fast becom over his couch and claimed him at the Calo Walker. and sweet Drop in and see Druggists. confident that with the world, the flesh, have cause to regret aepling the clever ing a great favorite with his congrega last, in tho prime of manhood with Jas. Ford. loiJxr bottlK Sold by aUjunel-lloved and Edward Stockton. Ofcsttmonialsfrce. the devil and even the devilish Times Richmond gjntlemanVs a partner tne styles of boxes before Mm &ir tion. Richmond, Va., Saturday En from home. loving ones at his bide far o'er -i . IK. against him he can win. Stanford Jour- the rough seaof quirer. stoeR isf nieVpri over Record. General Walts For Congress. nal. Miss Randa Duncan hih returned from It is with sincere pleasure that we ana visit to fritnds in Richmond WilThe Stanford Interior Journal, which lie Mareteller, of nounce to the Kentucky friends of GenRichmond, i8 vihiting is supporting Mr. McCreary in his race Davison-Stkau- ij. The parlors of eral George 0. Watts that that gentlehis grandmother, Mrs. NVmio Fish. for the congressional nomination, says Mrs. J. J. Brooks has joined her the Hotel Glvtidon were tho scene, on man is being most favorably mentioned that Mr. McCreary did not want a pri- husband and they Wednesday last, of tho marriage of as a candidate for Congress in the mary. At the Lawrenceburg meeting tel Nicholas...."... are boarding at Ho- Mr. Robert Lee Davison and Miss Fourth District of Louisana. There is Milo Sbauks of the Shackelford Gentry, last week Mr. McCreary's five friends Richmond Pantagraph, was in toAvn Anna II. Straub, both of Stanford. no man in that good State who wonld on the committee voted for a primary hjiond, Ky. an hour Saturday and paid this oHco a The groom is a brother and private adorn a seat in Congress as well as ho. and the five against him voted for a secretary of Congressman Davison, of A kentuckian of the Joe Blackburn brief call. Nicholasville Democrat. convention. Actions speak louder brave The Ladoga, Ind. Ieader of a rectnt this District. Rev. G.W. Young off- type, than words. Courier-Journa- l. iciated. and chivalrous he would take instant issue says: ' The Interior Journal always tries to fo war, but to, jo a Jur army of O'Bannox-Hul- s. rgH- "Mrs. Mershon, of Richmond, Ky. The followi ng rank v.'ith the leaders at our Naliomd be sure of what it affirms, and in this Capital. Could we but utter the word ilASTER COMMISSIONER'S -' case it feels doubly so. Wheo Gov. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. B? announcement has been received: greafeftjirgains in. Cors :fJ, Black I "Su""Carter." In tho same paper wo note "Married Denison, Texas, June 8, thatflould land him safe within the 'WET McCreary made Lis opening speech Halls of Congress without a struggle fPaSSMl r , w - m. .m. here in April he said to us in response an adverisement of the Jinkms Hard-war- e K9S. Dick O'Bannon, Annie HTuls, m 11 Co.,-o- f S which Mrs. Mershon's (Lav. Jas. N. Crutcher), at home, that word woul be spoken with a ve to a question that the manner of choosMr. D. B. Carter, is pro- Shcruian, Texas, Juue 18, 1898." The hemeiice born of lhe loftiest ing a candidate for Congress was imprietor. Mr:. Carter was Miss Ellen bridi is well known hero and pleasant- for thi gallant GeneJal Watts. material to him, since ho thought he ., against Tho'Kew Orleans States, no .& . m T & K c 10. LoBeVTT.l JBJVJSJKV1BJH could win the nomination no matter Mershon, pleasantly remembered here. ly renumbered. Congratulations and VH -- H JrMBJBfl .gun- in.... Wm Kgtfi MM m m P cu w,si,es are theirs from many .dent in its admiration, says ofjp mmr-m.? Major-Gener... m S.Z"ZS . jpwseas barfeu claim -how it was fixed. It however got out . -l . T.4 Fred Grant and " . " ca. ( &F.r rs. JHFM rt-f I a m on JBLS-,.1"- ? . w b. Richmond friends. rJU JlAl f " tSaS'SS .V Bitm over the district that lie wanted a priT. S. Bills, in company DENxyvFARitA. Tho marriage of mary and although ho told his friends with Colonel E. H. Gaither, will visit aagroi, US8, or saice e. baraxl L .1w ana: of tho committee (he morning of the Harrodsburg within the next week, Miss Ada Farra aud Mr.S. Cabell Denny u. M. O. C. meeting at Lawrenceburg that he pre- and will ba entertained by Judge' was soleinnfied in tho presence of avast a goodLClothBU ferred mass conventions because a pri- Hughes nt his "Old Kentucky Homo!" assembly of Iriendg and relatives in the ; J 1W J1WL: 8 mary would be too expensive and re three miles in the country. Major-Gener- Lancaster Christian Church at 10:20 I JmtsmmSmmm quire two canvasses, they determined Grant is a son of tho late U. S. o'clock Tuesday, June T. Of the bride -- . .. 1T1 w .. f t. i i' raTvAmv to make a test question of it and show Grant, and was minister to Germany and groom.Jn the course of a ,rc ri. -- ' theLancaster Record Bay: mat Uis strength was equal to the com- under President Harrison. Hnmv " 'we Jacated " in all f eloi-.- j ani "'The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. bined strength of the other candidates burg Democrat. " by voting for a primary, as otherwise -EijnnieM. Farra, and iswidely con- W Mrs. R. E. McRoberts : 5 , , So it would aot be made manifest. They dinner Tuesday the entertained ata netted in this ana iayette couutics. ens , tu" .". t?1 following young mV , w handsome, attractive and tnerknew exactly what the result would " H W!& WAr Mli c ," m I IWU4Ifa - MX? -- be ladies: Misses Sallieand Mattie Elkin, Shells 4 IrWjT W .mmmY. IV.. 131s C3 JT ,'-'.- . YV i 'J UTi1 getid. She possesses aJflvelyydispos, VJT I fmmmmm. VB til . Jkmmf before they did no. Gov. McCreary Bessie Burnijide, 'WmmTt lMmwt .T" lnrla in mr - ia rT" r Kii 1.CV4V.i. i. . wT iMurbVA JBU .U rViVPTTinatt i uiv kv i tt-- LI" w w a 11 hb' k wu um Itta n;i 1JI iw-.i i i k '. jx a B m A. -t. imm B mm mrndM Letitia Brown, of Lex- tion fcnd will always bnfir Bunab ill -- v. cwi-twnmw.m mm mwmAmwi - - :.r rmtrm u A. t,jl e " -- nnrohaenirn also told the five coraufiiteeuien mI.i t -OJn i "wv -that ington, and Mary Elkin, of Stanford. brighran-tti- e , . & . .. see path ot the roH' rfV. , while the Shackelford vote taken as a ......The Record has wmmu m m v ;. 'r .aaavi r FBvanH n arx.- - tcu' ,, t i received an invita" 1, ;...( s v mw? zsac - . r i r ' . I Tlonnv llBH liMJl tl wvr, basis, instead of th Bryan, would tion to commencement exercises, of the I tlon.of teller him a vote and lose the other end six, Lexington S'tate College and pro- the National Bank he did not want to cut ainglo county gram bears' the name, of Mr. the million He is out of a rightful vote. We geUhla .Elliott, Jr., who is well and favorably ur,. l,a.ln.llAnfiir Uflr.KJ .. ," straight .ami the Coarier-Journa- ll knownrfn Ii!ncaer. Laowter Record. " . vZTLyft teoae.of the AT: iuom.oS will pkse Wk4-H- e mMmmmmmm9!mAmammmmmmmmmmtmtlSaBm, rglbey.ever Inmkmmwli AuJJ&y atbtr &M&aL mw&JmmWB j. PTTrSFT Hfll i I i JlMBI mi lir mi, l .rr W. Triable. f w in best aud tmm it. Stanford Jewrtuj, ; : Tnwddyrailw KwtiUT Dtme&a. r and Lexington. Mrs. Mary Parrish is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs. T. W. Davis, at Campbellsville. Miss Sue Grigsby, of Lexington, was the guest of Mrs. Alice Fields part of last week. Midway Clipper. Mr. J. Randall Farris has returned to Kingston, after a visit to his brother, Dr. H. L. Farris. at Louisville. Mrs. Dr. Kineaid, of Lafolletle, Tenu., is visiting her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Socartes Maupin, this county. Miss Florence Rarlow and niece, Miss Mary Kineaid Venable, of Louis ville, are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. R. C. Brown, of Livingston, was present at the burial of his sister, Mrs Letcher Stacknole, in this city last has joined, her husband and they are boarding at Hotel Nicholas. Nicholasville Democrat. The Henry Barret Bovle Prize, for Sophomore Latin, is usually given in gold watcn. the shape of a This year the contest for the honor was so close between James Chrisman Tompkins, of Danville, and Daniel Linsay Thomas, of Lebanon, that the Faculty decided to give each of tho gentlemen Mr. a watch. Danville Advocate. the"youngest brother of Mr. Thomas is John R. Thomas, who won the Junior Oratorical and Physiology prizes at Central University in '95. Rev. R. E. Douglas and wife, nee Miss Annie Letcher, attended commencement exercises of Central University at Richmond this week. Mr. Douglas is one of the examiners of this college, as appointed by the Synod of Mrs. J. J. Brooks, wife Kentucky of the druggist, arrived last Friday from St. Louis. They are now board ing at the Hotel Nicholas, but will Miss shortly go to houso keeping Belle Fish is the guest of the family of Mr. James Bennett. Richmond Mrs. A. H. Severance, of Stanford, and her sister, Miss Nannie Heath, of Richmond, aro the guests of Mrs- J. B. Embry. Jessamine Journal. e engravBeneath a beautiful ing in the Stanford Journal that paper sixty-dollar - half-ton- says: The beautiful young lady, whose features are portrayed above, is thecharm-in- g guest of her schoolmate, Mrs. W. H. Shanks, nee Miss Lena Baldwin. She is from Defiance, O., where her beauty, attractive personality and en- warm friendship and admiration for him." i' Mr. Benny was a student at Central University in the early SO's and is w ell remembered here. Tbougli, a quiet wedding, only intimate friends being in attendance, the nuptial ceremony of Mr. Herbert Bonny and Miss Mary Dudley, sclomnized last Wednesday at 8 p. m., was a happy occasion, in which two well known families of Madison county wore linked together. The groom is one of the best known young men in his section, upright and industrious, whilst his bride, who is a daughter of Mr. Thos P. Dudley, is au intellectual and lovable young lady. The Climax in comman with many friends, joins in wishing the young couple a happy voyage on tlio sea of matrimony. The Climax is indebted to Rev. S. A. Owans for this pleasing notice of the wedding: The wedding was a very quiot one, there being but 18 in all present The attendants were Dr. C. E. Poyntz, Paint Lick, Ky. and Miss Sarah O. Dudley. The mellow light revealed to overv one tho beauty 01 1110 room so tastefully adorned with ferns and white lillies. After the ceremony the party was promptly conducted into the dinning room, sweetly scented with roses, where a beautiful supper of a superior order was served. The bride is tho efficient organist at tho Baptist church, daughter of Col. T. P. Dudley aud niece of Dr. Dudley, former Pros, of Georgetown College. The groom is a young man of sterling character, and has in chargo the post office at.Waco. The happy couple has the well wishes of the entire neighborhood Soveral very handsome and valuable presents were received. Mr. N. C Bonney gave them a dinner on Thursday, another by Mrs. Tharp on Saturday and Mr. C. L. Searcy, an elegant supper Saturday evening. BoNHY-DUDLE- Y. llWHiertiseFDCtsff Uncle Sam Says: This Is America's Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite, Purifv and Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Get a bottle of Tired Feeling. Sarsaparllla and begin to Hood's take it TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. la America's Greatest Medicine. All druggists. $ '? tf. tf nj-i- and Focli advertise inferior It is -a mistakei to",".1? i . ni..i - 1 I ! awe II t iSTothin gooes ai-eiiuap looks well bub is poor in . a 0 .!-rtcn'Tnifi'in ni'f.i.rn fiiXK:iT.mi:ii:iiiiii uiitiii i;'oods that iut jR-- quality. --Apparent ecOnomj- - is often real extravagance, a i-1 i 'R' jt. N. . Low Prices and Good Good make a wonderfully strong- combination. We wish first t toe call your attention to . . ". r a" Avin 1 t f for bptn Ladies' ana uenuemen. ivuujiiijj i " eucwiuy anevw- our SHO-bJted as a really good shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and confess, new jrpods, guar anteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our - - a 1 .4-- t . j . I 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla ryi -- c g; W1 DEATHS. well-founde- d RELJC3IOUS. Fourth dletrict whose names are being urged bv their Iriends as candidates for nomination for Congress, either by a convention or by primary election, as the case may be, is General George O. Watts, of Alexandria. To those who Jcnor him it is scarcely necessary for us to say that there is not in all the State a more genial, hightoned and gallant gentlemau than General Watts, or one who is more cordially loved and esteemed by his immediate neighbors and friends. "A Kentuckian by birth, he is a worthy representative of that chivalrous State. He served with distinction in the Confederate army aud was once tho recipient ol a splendid compliment from the gallant Van Dom, who said of him that his lace lighted up a battlefield as a chandelier did a General Watts has been a prominent Hgure in Rapides politics since the dark and bloody reconstructions era and was always in the forefront of the contest, prompt in the discharge of any duty, shirking no risk or responsibility. An extensive course of reading and his duties of clerk of the District Court for ) ears have fa ni iliarized him with legal matters, while a bright and cultured mind, an attractive manner and person, and a fluency of speech eminently qualify him for the position of Cong'rcsf man. "As the States has said before, in connection with the candidacy of another gentleman, we have no disposi tion to 'dip in,' but claim the right to say a word in favor of our warm personal friends whether that word benefit them or otherwise." Another Louisana paper, the Courier, says : ".Major George O. Watts, of Rapides parish is a candidate for tho National House of Representatives from the fourth Congressional District. Major Watts is well and f.ivorably known in these parts and he has many admirers hero who join with his friends at home in wishing him success. He is a gentlemen of the highest type, and his career as a congressman would without doubt reflect credit on the district that sends him. Major Watts has our sincere wishes for a successful campaign." Ope-lousas tttt i .. .; v i 50 price Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or Ladies' i 1 oO spring heel, made to sell at 2.00; our price ' Have also just received from Jtfew York :i full lme of Laces, Madras and the like. "Will Cloths, Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Host-rquote you some prices on lace which will surely interest you : y iJvXOfcii 12 12 12 Yards Torchon Lace iov 5c. Yards Torchon Lace for 10c. ' Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. i we N-- With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase ai larger picture framed and ready to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar pure mse we irive an elesrant piece of With a Twenty-fiv- e Hnll in nI pp 11c fiiTMiifiii'fi rv n. Vif:iiir.if'iil liwvnA flrvlr Vnm'5 T?fsrf--. IVI I 'Vt''''1'V r r Corner, CO. -- Richmond Market It's that thatour Beef, Mutton, Pork that Meats, Home-grow- Fresh F"ish Recieved Daily. ht m "? ")0.L "Douglas, AsfiS 1 W.-Picke-ls, l&i MLmsissa I" 1 9s-i- ls, ,iiJ .ia ii &&&m. 7R SR SRflR i "m&- ...... ft m m fill qJTwS? ... ..s a hs I? t $- Keep Mr Fa k h This Si M, k it lie-Ava- 'ice at -- - j 3-- just it m 3$ m M N life.-Lmcas- ter MARRIED. MmiCl iNot VmSersI 5 Hi taiirflCo., i f "" m and' &? i$ & W. d, d, &l&&l! !$5HSi son-in-la- al Briga-dier-Gcner- al -- "ir .Jjr bt m WmW mm m ariws I s-.ym- VY,".''.' jl. llfFl .PW h enflno i ' uUffUll ' wr IMs f T-- V . M otice to Creditors! : "- widow is r &&. ttt i'-w-m- ,. W liTZTfi0.0?'? "pWo , SM . I al 1mmmWWmmWmWf$&. 'H Mlt ,m xaaLKeaave - 'yTJPPlBil drW- mciu 5?., - Tm SR ZZ1 m M Ol'ffaMies, and Tvt,& Jbineiis we ieadfche town - whenL'vTi.l,: . 1- -- m - p-- j J. ! A w ts ,iudLa. WW5fSfctoBimd V'H. rarjaW! mmmmWt. 'ilsirjf t&m5L?i - vzr MmimnBIH' SJ wuin ... i'Ji "? err i:T TmSVfl8!. - """"ryewtwnstithisrhriri '7 . ZIT fefor25WSjandbnu ,. citJ -- . 4 a!i. Iuto?rae eqWr. icelil ' 5 heiustrprPivi. '""Jf -i 1 Cf-n-- JftiS nJ.., eadli This "" 8" JrriJA!IirWMMs! j. l aid .- - tWr oJ.U"".Wee to w. ( mmiM&FWv-ct- YmM.f -- PMaHHHmnmHHHHB, w r, '?-' JB"r - f mmo. Ism. ZmmmtAWAmt mimmm' ' &J SM &. S&mWBmW -- 'J mmr " irr-BPJPJ- Bf i J h , "" HL ZE' 3Bm BBBpMMMBBBBrmjH Jl "m - v '3 rf - 3 ? VI x. r m " rf : j .....,...' t." .. j.. ,..1. v. r m x. - bh h w hh . hb & IS OUR CASTLE! Not with Torpedoes, Submarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with BAR GRINS in every Department in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxford and Slippers. In Men's. Boy's and Youth's Shoes. In STRAW HATS and Gent's Furnishings. ' K XNUEIIUI1UL! lUlillllLU h6 .nmniiAiu K N, h - ra h s. i . r a n x. bi i'k. i-AW- .sw . r. htw bh kh bb ..r.r h. "y'XS) ;fc i Ilestore full, regular action oi me Dowels, do not Inflame, but leave alltlio delicate dlKeotlre or ganism hi perfect condition. Try Uicm. cents. Prepared onlj by I. Hood &. Co., Lowell, Ma. WOOL a This Man Should Be s Pills ! ar "mm fff AUCUS HELD, THE VERDICT RENDERE HICHMMD, MT. STEELINa AND GEORGETOWN COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE NU Pun-ishc- Sampson won't Dewey a thing but Schley the Spanish Admiral, if ho should Havana success in his efforts to "We Don think that fellow . isCervera warm, anyway. Bit; Sandy find-Jiira- News. Nj Meets At Huphinsville. '$ The State Baptist Association will meet at Hopkisville, June 18th, and continue in session four clays. About four hundred delegates will be in attendance from different parts of the State. A number of delegates from here will attend. Big Cattle Sale. z? n Style, Quality and Priee Guaranteed. 207 AVEST MATS J l?l ESlt will pay you to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying dlsewhere. Poor & Sx 7JK NA ties for export 500 head of cattle Satur-- . dap, from Curley'a Camp Nelson distilleries for 230,000, about 5 cents a pound. One of the distilleries shut down and forced the cattle out. Democrat. Nich-olrtsvile Embry sold to Eastern par- Busy 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. Not a single item in our entire wash goods stock will be saved out of this great sale; they must all go- ,S n A La Grapevine. c-- A STREET, RICHMOND, KY. WWWW WW W WWWW !jl l$ J? S l? (J 9 Ue r? Jtc, fc ! l i fi 7i 7B The commencement oration was delivered by Hon. Leven Irvine Handy, member of Congress from Delaware. Jlr. Handy is a polished, graceful orator, and his nddress was listened to with marked attention by the large audience, which evidenced its pleasure by prolonged applause at its close. llegister. This will doubtless bo jews to the Hon. Handy, who was at the time in Washington, D. O. 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 any carry to correspond with the "Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. This sale will last for W at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of Latus Lawns, about 5,000 yards, in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. J TXE 15. - 189S. Proctor Knott Cigar. A Long Ways From Foxtown. 6 Rheumatism JtSZu H. F. Kash sends monev for The Climax and orders it to New Mexico. V ft f I Advertisements will be received O yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to ISc per yard. qJ To Teach in Tennessee. by THE CLTMAX with the guar- - g bottles of 2 mi tee that its circulation exceeds 2 Prof. Henry L. Wallace, of Paint Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be sold O that of any other paper published C Lick, has been elected assistant Prinin this sale at Sic per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per q cipal of the New hern, Tenn., graded O in Richmond. c school at $00 per month, beginning with o Remember, prices named oh our entire stock "We have recently added toourline of imnext September. G. F. BOWEN, Horton Summit Pa. of goods for 10 days during this sale will be ported French Organdies about COO new styles Dr. Hobson, Dentist. Sheep Killed By Ground CASH DOWN when good are delivered, at all and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, the weeks ago a note was made Sunday School Convention. The best smoker, the Proctor Knott our stores. 19c per yard, former fine patterns includod at of a number of sheep being- destroyed a watch has poor movements you cannotexpect accurate cigar. Tho Executive Committee of the for Mr. L. "W. Hudson,of Doyle county, Madison County S. S. Union desires price 25c to 35c Come early to get choice. Let Midkiff paint and trim your Xow is the time to enlist as a customer-Wthe and at the time tho work was supposed special attention directed to the Coun- time the same reason holds good in CLOTHING. mayll-Om- o carriage. All our new Val Laces, Real Handmade and are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to havi heon done by dogs. The canine ty Convention to be held at Union ' 'Vitals," the "Insides" of a garment are poorly made you Machinemade Torchon Laces, Hambures and The state favorite, the Proctor race in the co'mmunity was considera- City on to make this the greatest sale we ever held. Saturday tho 25th inst. All Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Swisses, Knott cigar. bly thinned out any many docgies were denominations will be represented on cannot expect to get Wearing-SatisfactiWe extend a cordial invitation to every one to The vital brand White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash The best coal on the market for sent to dog heaven, permaturely and the program, and it is hoped that attend. goods sale at prices regardless of cost to close tho unjuhtly, for the latest reports fiom every Sunday School in the county will CLOTHING, our Clothing, is superior in every way to all junel5-sale by T. A. Chenault. entire lot. headquarters are that the sheep were have some of its members present. A We did not intend to hold this sale when Mr. J. W. Smith has a hen with killed by ground-hogGaLexington Prices on all other lines of goods we carry basket dinner will be partaken of on we began giving tickets on our handsome -liftv five chicks following her. including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Nozette. the grounds. The program, consisting Medalion Pictures, but we shall still giv them Mr. Waller Traynor was piobtrated Will Keep Their Families on Ice This tions, Shoes, etc., have been made so low in this of short addresses and exercises, with during this sale nevertheless. So come early and N1 b the heat on Thursdav last hut O. sale that each and every item purchased will be fine music, will begin at 10 o'clock, Because every Garment is Tailored on a Strictly Scientific avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. You can't go wrong here. K. now. a bargain Messrs. D. B. Shackelford & Co. have sharp. People should come a half hour Basis. are a few of many good points you cannot earlier and get acquainted. T. A. Chenault soils the lanious receh ed a large assortment of refrigersee but get: The BUTTONS never come off, because they Jelhco Pine Knot coal. Office R. X. I. ators and cold storage ice boxes which Phoenix Like. jnnelo-2- t a l coal yard. they are bustlingoff at your own price. During this torrid weather the most are sewed through the cloth on CANVAS and SILESIA. see Midkiff'eline of buggies before They are indispensable articles. Ice is remote thing in oui minds is "stoves." nice but only once or twice will you Rather let us talk of the Klondike, of To add firmness around the shoulders and blades, genuine iu buy. All work guaranteed, buy it just to see it melt away in the Iceland and sodawater. But in time of o inav warmth of summer without a refriger- peace prepare for war, the old saying Orders loft with D. Chenault & Co. ator or ice box to keep it and to keep goes, so we propose to call attention to ill be your milk, butter, meats, etc cold, fresh i'n Jellico Pine Knot coal stoves. Kentucky has many stoie junelo-2- t promptly filled. and sweet. Drop in and pee the styles foundries, but none has so quickly obPure Flax Canvas - Cipt. Berry is parading the street of boxes before the stock is picked over. tained a place in public esteem as has Just enough padding to retain the shape. a new buit t.f O. K. Stove and Range Co., of running from the topmost shoulder points and armholds down given to the in A Thin Column Joke. T8& Louisville. The company last spring linn by his best friend, E. 35. A package of Climaxes got rained lost everything by fire, aud handsome to bottom of coat, pressed and shrunk to conform to the I have the best and cheapest road on recently. One of the printers, prexi., Ur CUBAN OIL cures to give permanent wr.tes:-"Ih- ave 1. Jones, Jiuesonrg, Little The lapel is close wagem on the market. sumably tho devil, said the package Frank Ouerbacker's face has not been body. used Do Witt's Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu seen since on our streets. But he will niavll-GmS. L. Midkiff. was only a little Dewey. Anyhow the liarly Kisers ever since wioywcic.u-troduce- d matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. D. B. Shackelford & and proper shape, and contains hero and must say I have papers were wrapped in Manila paper. be back soon and The Pond Church organ fund was Co. will lay in a stock of O. K. stoves never used any pills in my family O.Sold by Perry & Thomas, cuccessors to W. White. increaed $24 by the strawberry sup- See the wrapper on your paper this for fall and winter use. The Louisville 125 Yards More Silk Thread Stitching Than Any Other Make. during fortv years of house keeping results week. that gave siich satisfactory Douglas as A ship ought not to be held by one per latt Fridaj night. says: & anchor, nor life by a single hope. During Dewey Day in Cincinnati a Times 6. These are but a few of the many good points about our a axative or cathartic." K Stove and Range Co. will "The Wines. The best coal on earth is the Jellico confectioner posted a card in his win A Suddcnl Attack. resume business Monday with 25 per Don't you think that Clothing Tailored Pine Knot, for sale by T A. Chenault dow saying that all purchases were put cent, increased capacity and will em- CLOTHING. He is a man of sense who does not "I was suddenly broken down with junelo-2- t at It. N. I. B. coal yard. up in Manila sacks. Hundreds of peo- ploy loo men, with a weekly pay-rowith as much care and thought as ours is worthy of your grijve for what he has not. but rejoices kidney and liver troubles and for two of $l.o00. The plant was destroyed months I was in a very low condition, has. One fate ti Knox itlo return ple bought, jubt to see what a Manila April 5 with all of the patterns. A investigation ? The fact that you don't pay one penny s. more iii what he and received little benefit from June 20 and 21 good ntil July 4th sack was, and found it to be tho old settlement was made with the insurDyspcp-- r One day I made up my mind time little brown bags made of cheap ance companies on April 25, and on the than ordinary clothing is sold for elsewhere surely ought to B!afrtCNlJBIAN TEA cures Indi- to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and after Milile School 'm I k N. a IdlllVl 5 sia, Constipation and manila paper. 2ath ttie work of rebuilding was comtaking few bottles 1 was able to unmis-takbl- y All the good points gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. out. I aam now well." Ulysses ride Beginning next Wednesday, loth, menced An immense foctory has been interest the most economical buyers. E Clean Up. built at Brook and A streets within Ssld by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. Compton, Buchannan, Ky. MissTempie Oldham will sell everyspace of time, and all the are tailored in our S8.00, $10.00 and $12.50 suits. thing in her store, millinery, etc, at We would respectfully call the atten- this short have been reproduced.of The patterns Out of 2GG,tX farms in Denmark only je8-2- t tion of the City Fathers to the offensive members of the firm are justly proud-o- f Hood's Pills are the favorite family caprime cost. ,900 are more than 250 acres in extent. thartic. Easy to take, easy to operate. the record made " now a full line of odors which strike one on nearly every I have on hands It Don't Tcbacco Spit and Smoke Tour Life Away. 25 centsl high grade buggies, carriages and road side in this town. This fact is due to A Popular Idea Demonstrated by E. Dcalher-ag- e to quit tobacco usin easily suffering yourself What you avoid It you waut unclean condition of some of our alleys & Co. wagon-- , at lowest prices. and forever, ba made well, strouff, inugueUc, seek no.t to impose on others. and streets; also to the failure of many full of new Hfo aud vigor, tal:o S. L. Midkiff. mayll-GuiIt has been a question of much spec- COURT BROKEN UP BY A PARLOR MATCH holding justice court and voting. tnat makes weak men to clean their back premises and closets. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, It tho stiou?. Many gain teu pounds in ten days. candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. Lexington and return via The Council would do well to look into ulation whether or not it would pay to 61.00 to FOR A WHILE A ROW SEEMED will be let to tho lowest and best bid-d- Otcr 100,000 cureu. tuyo-io-iijuu- " may5 lyr J VI L. N. June 10 to 21st good returning this matter, as the health of the com- make a personal canvass from house to IMMINENT. in a short time. Ad. until 22nd, acct L. A. W. Bicycles munity must be guarded. In the mean- house in a town to influence trade. This Let whatever appears to you to be 'ork. Mr. Jake Collins was in this locality small way, A checked tree. the best be to you an inviolable law. time the people need not wait on the method has been tried in a Laughable Outcome of a Serious Episode. buying cattle Tuesday last. a 11 found while others have issued tickets at the fron horseshoes have been fierce fight in Cuba, wherein Council, but should at once clean up, store, calling for cheap pictures, furniOn last "Wednesday Judge Sullivan, The There will he about a half crop of dating bark to the year 4S1. pJ and Eozcma. Tetter, four American soldiers were killed, is using a liberal portion of lime aud ture, glassware etc., all of which have County Attorney Cobb, tho Sheriff and tobacco. Tho drouth has killed about The intense itching and smarting inciSarsaparilla column write up on other disinfectants. They iire cheap reached a degree of satisfaction; and Jailer, wont down to Million to show half of The merst of Hoods discribed in a two that set out. A number of dent to these diseases is instantly allayed aud our merchants can supply you in Is literally written in blood. our first pane. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and when E. Deatherage & Co, secured the the citizens of that district that court farmera did not get done setting out is traced in the vital fluid any quantities. Midway Clipper. It Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases system of the National could bo held there, even though the their crops. It was Mrs. Josia P. Simmons who Of millions of the human race. We have have been permanently cured by it. It Suits at law breakers should como in force aud .$ S.00 big dinner to the court offi Co. exclusivepositive medicinal merit. Advertising gave that The Runaways Return. Its Rev. O. J. Young preached at h is equally efficient for itching piles and 's Hugh power is written with arms to bid defiance to a court of 9.00 And curative ly for Richmond, proposing to give cials last week. However, sore nipples; a favorite remedy for church last Sunday. Misses Ruth and Grace Taylor, Upon the hears, and graven upon chapped hands, chilblains, frost bitea absolutely free to any cash customer justice. 10.0. time is a'comin'- Taydaughters of John Prof. C. F. Brock of this place will The minds of thousands Court was called to order by Judge that-arand chronic soro eyes. 25 cts. per box. worth dollars more. year, Of people whom it has cured. At Mrs. William Irvine's garden lor, ot this city, eloped to Lexington who trades with him the ensuing Sullivan under a spreading elm on the teach this fall in the Wiley District in And given good health cents per gallon, last Tuesday aud but for the vigilance the privelege of selecting a present Dr. Cadj's Condition Powders, are you can find peas 5 banks of Tates Creek, and the investi- Poosey. See our Children Suits at "When.there seemed nothing before jnst what a horse needs when in bad .$ 1.00 cabbage plants and celery plants, all at of their father tho young ladies would from any of the articles now on exhibi- gation into the conductor the various darkness and tlispair. Squire Wm. Scudder visited his sisThem but Tonic, blood purifier and among which will be 1.25 condition. now be respectively Mrs. Benjamin tion at his store broken back prices. Come and see. It cures all diseases arising They are not food but vermifuge. found a full line of flat and hollow sil persons that were accused; of disturbing ter Mrs. "Wm. Upjck who is sick at 1.50 by impure Way. From or promoted medicine and the best in use to put a her sons, C. F. Brock, last week. 'Squire Young's court bean. pbe R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets to Armstrong and Mrs. Benjamin iJIood by its intrinsic merits as If' you want to see great values. Grace verware, watches, clocks, onyx tablest Indeed if reports be true Miss Price 25 horso in prime condition. It shortly developed that no one had The One True Blood Purifier. the Annual Convention Kentucky Sun- was married but her gallant husband, lamps, etc; many predicted it cents per package. Scrofula, hip disease, salt rheum, juneS-lUnion at Paducah, June 14 intentionally done any wrong in 'Squire day School pay, but when they saw the dyspepsia and other diseases due to imfare for deserted her at the altar, a step proba would not Men are disturbed not by things but :to 10, at one and articlee and the liberal proposition Young's court. A Mr. Nowby who was pure blood are cured by Hood's lie a voluntary benefactor and you by the views they take of things. bly induced by the persuasion of the Lino oi Shoes Are ot Mls&ce. For on the certificate plan. cramp. He whittling had his leg to round trip oUers all admitted the It will be beloved like s. irate parent of the young ladies. Anyarose with his knife in hand very close The K. N. 1. & B. will sell tickets how the girls returned home with venture a wise one. Just try a lCv. box of Cascarets, the The Champion Tobacco Grower. CAscAKETSstimulate liver, kidneys and finest liver and bowel regulator ever fare for the round As nearly as the reporter could learn to the witness then testifying. This at one and OUR S1.25 SHOES young their father next day and the mayl ly Colonel II. P. Thompson, one of tho bowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. made. mavl-ltrip on the certificate plan to General men, who are residents of Louisville from careful inquiry, the novel plan is caused some- person, who saw his move10c. Are all solid leather. Must be seen to be appreciated. We should have our principles ready a perfectly fair and square proposition ment, to conclude they were hostile to county's most enterprising and pro Association Kentucky Baptists at left for parts unknown. Let him not think himself loved by for use on ever occasion. the witness on the stand, and the court gresaivo farmerss has completed the 16 to 22. Hopklnsville, Ky., June and offers grand returns to every cusOUR $1.50 BOY'S SHOES discovering the knife iii the hands of sotting of one million, one hundred any who loves none. Caldwell High Sch'ool Commencement. tomer who will take hold of it. Everybody Says So. 3tlrs- - Elizabeth Foster qualified as Newby ordered him to close it, but and fifty thousand plants, requiring to you. The third sesssion of Caldwell High Returns From The Klondike To Fight For Cascarets Caadv CatbarUc, the most won"For five weeks I lived on cold waThat will be an the Administratrix of the estate of newly did not understand tho nature one hundred and seventeen acres to ter, so to speak," writes a man who derful medical discovery of the age, pleasdeceased, with lion. School since the erection of the handHis Country-Nit- ! Dr. J. M. Foster, and refreshing to tho taste, act gently ant of the order of tho court, and failed to plant them. The Democrat believes suffered terribly from indigestion. and and positively Jno. D. Goodloe, and Drs. A. Wilkes some S25.000 building, came to a close He could hardly keep anything on cleansing tho on kidneys, liverdispelbowels, 1 Charles (Scat) Hilt arrived liome obey at once. Just as tho border was this is the biggest tobacco acreage in coins, morning last with fitting exhis stomach. What staytdj wasn't enro headache, entire system, constipation Smith and r. G. White as appraiser. on Friday You need a Hat and can't afford to let our all Fur Hat Thursday from Klonkike, say the Paris given by the court to put up the knife, the State grown under the supervision fever, habitual ercises. The upper room, of the properly difiested and gave bim terri- and biliousness. Please buy and try a box Kentuckian. He left Paris January the constable stepped forward of one man, and that Col. Thompson is ble pangs. For the meeting Kentucky Phar10, 25. M) cents. Sold and of O. C. C. room of our majestic Temple of guaranteed to euro by all druggists. 'This is not an uncommon case. Dysmaceutical Association to be held at Justice, was for the first tune devoted to 25th for the gold fields of Alaska, but that the order was obeyed and landed the champion grower of Kentucky. peptics don't get enough nourishment. Tatham Springs, June 21 to 20, tho the Goddesbof Wisdom, and right full when he heard on the first of May on a parlor match that exploded by Winchester Democrat. Difficulties are things thac show They are generally thin and weak. war had been declared against sections. Tho audience and court withto Law- that It. N I. & B. will sell tickets Pass you by in a number of styles and colors. Our They may eat enough, but they what men aro. was uie spacious apartment oi tne The Bick man knocking at the door of renceburg, Ky., (.being nearest R. II. friends and relatives of the participants Spain he started with three other out enquiring as to tho cause of the apdon't "digest enough. Much of what hats at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, are such that you usually The Modern Beauty gets Klondikers for home to join fare for army. parent f usilade, sought safety on the health and, In if he knocka the right fboy cat turns into poison. If this point) at one and way, stays out if he dosen'r. keeps on thore's no telling what disease Thrives on good food and sunshine, in the days exercises. Also hither came Arriving at Chickainauga he the pay a great deal more money for. concluded outside of the .court room. round trip on the certificate plan. There ore thousauds of ways of getting tliev may get next- a line audience to listen to the matchwith plenty of exercise in the open air. that Alaska was a paradise in compariWhen the above facts wore developed pick but only one way to get well. Do That's why it is best to take Shaker Her form glowB with health and her State Commissioner of Agriculture less eloquence of that famous orator son with army life, and will return to before Judge Sulli van'B court, all parties whatever you will, if you do not put Ificestlve Cordial, as soon as symptoms face blooms with Its beauty. If her Moore in his report on Kentucky crops, and rhetorician, Hon. J. D. Black, of vour digestion in good order, and make of indigestion appear. system needs the cleaning action of a the gold fields in August. He kissed and made up, warstates the condition of wheat on June Barboarvilie. His address we heard make a fortune, as 6ome of tho did not shook hands,dismissed amd everybody your blood rich and pure, you will not laxativo remedy,-sh- e It cures all the evils of indigestion, and pleasant Syrup of uses the gentle paners rants were get well, liicii, pure Dloou is the only Figs, made bj 1st at 104, an advance of 11 points pronounced the mot finished and the have stated, but made expenses. and prevents the evils which Indi He separated with good cheer and with thing that can bring perfect health. gestion causes. the California Fig Syrup Go. only. over corresponding period last year, most appropriate deuvereu Here or brought a number of gold nuggets home." the knowledge that the citizenship of Constipation is a disease of the blood. .Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to and 43 points over the 6ame time in hereabouts in years. It was thoroughly The coldest weather he are No woman ove'rgets enough religion It experienced old Million is just as respectful to the A large porttoof all diseases the blood, $1.00 per bottle. on fourth page. impurities in 189G. by all! enjoj-eSee to love her rival. Atchison Globe. was 21 below zero, the atmosphere be- Majesty of the law as any other dis- and can be cured by eliminating them .What ought not to bo done' do not There were seven graduates, all girls, Years. Jail Physician Twenty-On- e with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis even think of doing; Ono Minute is not long, yet relief is ing dry. trict in the State of Kentucky. to whom Prof. Clark, with appropriate co very. The first thing it does is to obtained'in half that time by the use of He was in the big snow storms on Dr. L. J. Frazee has the honor of remarks, presented' diplomas, viz: ' CORRESPONDENCE. put the whole digestive system into One Miudte Cough Cure. It prevents Hollo! years tho posiChilkoot Pass, where so many gold hunholdiug for twenty-on- e perfect order. It stimulates tho appeconsumption and quickly cures colds, Mitses Nell Mershon, of Stanford, Stel ters lost their lives in the of Madison counyou say thaUyou were not feel croup, bronchitis, Did snow slides, tion of jail physician pneumonia, la tite, excites a copious secretion of the la Wiluiot, of Frankfort, lielle Wm-bu- but ho was lueky enough to get oil your stomacn was grippe and all throat and lung trouat the digestive fluids and promotes assimila- ing well ana tnat ty, he haviag been Estill, Bessie Coylc, Jiudie of inSTYBY. tion. It searches out disease serin cut of order? Well then, try a bottle bles, Douglas & Wines. with onry the loss of a part of his outrecent turm of court to berve until Mauptn, Alma and Sue Scrivener. may he, kills thtsm and of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and in1, 1839. Doubtless this is the fit. Many nigh fa he would awake to wife of );nnis Smith a wherever they Jday Born to the sure of relief. Constipatron and -t A man's pagt is the best prophet of rorces tnom out or. tho system, ine A novel entertaiumeut was given in Krttr f.f T uneo, 189S. find hia tent blown over and besl record in the State, a high testi'Golden Medical Discovery" has b&su i itrestion cured. Sick headache clired. his future. Ex. WJ vr. graduates in the afternoon J honor of the Greatest boon to mankind and is being covered with two or three feet of snow. monial to his efficiency. Abe Button and Jan us Brink was used with unvarying success fjr over , KlgktiK it" at thejiHigh School Building by tho un- He was within 200 miles of, Dawson 30 years.. It jiou a trial siaoliottle. Larger sizqs 50c Dr. Foster's Life Insurance. tried in Squire' J. A. iYoung's, court dergraduate pupils. It was a literary City. u That's wliee Dr. Cald well's Syrup (or .breachShif tho pence. We ought to da well by cur friends flidSlCO. OTB. L. Middelton. , The greatest At Douglass City ho met a number of list week Mr. Bijur White Informs ns that pol- treat with an accompanient of delightjuneum Pepsin is.that was evwremedy'forthe was'found guilty and fined Jen when they are present; and- 'sjmjhSc wt-pit together. stomaeh icies to tho amount of 47,000 on the life ful refreshments. .Recitations, dia,-- Bourbon boys, most of whom had good JJurton dofkrs and jjostand todays in 'jail. of them" wtiMt'tlwy are alwnt. ' is, No one" Is free who oommands not Absolutely vegetable with tlitf exceptthe features of. positions. of the kite Dr. J. M. Foster have been logues, papers etc race ion oithe Pwjwn.Aryoaeooatipe- fite&W'so wWcoat- - ". itnself. program. All m all the of.Mr. mil says tuacjur. Jttoone Miller, Briak-waInjuiriul w cfc in ww. ..ww jvvevv.. Thvrn mar liAifliBA mnm lint" this city, owns tor 8yrp Pepwo." Havel of the j Sharon.- Wis , write r !, , ,sS.:E..-rark- ; The" drouth ftm!sij.gl e a gtenous termination richest Tuiaai in Alaska. It is the the family is not positive about it. 8.Jrf". ,fier'Pteiwolchi, writes voaMadiitetfou or" stek headftdtef Wirt's W th aaei&tfre a ' - Z AU? Comet mine at Berar s Bay, and a lew JWSiiilwayK' 8opr rDe Witt's! Ifer ThVa' Theatre Wrap Pepsin. Spend lOeiof scare Dr. Foster 6) a StiUaaore idfiOHE year at C., H. During the small $?!ff taken out Dltone yes mboepTiae--B nere pBef 'Wft tegta? Butt Ute4aetU KtBHl IB WD BWUHKl filie wave, a lamp to tlw1 weeks ago 8,000 ww llmf W 19 rtsaiiHed . n..l.;:flt fAulul w J31S. JMHIHl'fl . ...(JVIUAUi... UC X'J9t " J8&L ' aeaJeet'ed to ftk api Ikation wver haanis as r JTr there as it k Hare. t IF 'IBr TWW f4 tl PBMUI lewed the Matter te drop. O This gentlemen used toliveatFoxtowu, and wants to hear from his native home. crippled me for years. I could not walk. I tried many physicians without benefit. On the advice of a friend I tried your medicine. I was completely cured by three Facts That Every Man 2g WEARING CLOTHES "We patterns to close at 8ic per yard, former price have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. We have just closed a purchase with one of the largest New York importing houses for 1,000 pieces of Dimity in all the new shades and patterns ; these goods were divided up between our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from 6Jc to Sc per AgerV darsaparffla." q SHOULD KNOW. IF If on. d. -- Hogs-Sever- - e ' XW J 2 s. Sum-mc- r. OTHER !ifHere :: MAKES, i- , mftmzwk' OLDHAM & COMPANY. French Elastic Canvas is Used! A. hand-stitched, 'vim-- Mf ' $& f grav-blu- e. FfvS 1 o f(liilvl tt ss'st':!!!::! Everybody Knows T ll jd medi-icine- I Covington & Mitchell. 1 Who quotes prices which show that he is offering the greatest Bargains in the City. Our Suits c, o wouder-worke- r, et at HAVE NO $5.00 EQUAL. OUR Salt-Rhen- m SUITS AT wool,well made and are standard as heretofore. all-wool e 7Cft Are ) coyv-right- ed An-tioc- Col-yer- ... bric-a-br- ac m one-thir- d la. thesun.-Epictetu- k hm Mki H --- Vf 31 one-lhir- d - y eye-open- er 1 Lew-cou- rt to-s- At $LOO one-thi- rd -- - full-repo- rt d How are you fixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Eixings we show an elegiint line at prices that any , one can afford to huy, Trunks and Valises , you-sir- his-out- fit ! . " . Jn large quantities. Give us a call if you want to save money. - 1 -- s j tlie-Jitera- - ted?-Tbe- a -- JHL -- s hftve-trfcnlD- px ne-f.e- , '?. 1 rSTCjP .,.., t -- mr-li- .. .1 j" faif - - IHXii ?' Bf? ii-iik- Itchiilea ilUlr wkh Hwpftttgretaet J. ST REN G -- - I'tV JiT- .. . 2-- r . TV 1 - ' ... ffi ' xu M s ns '1 re --v. J.jJfcfjWT'jIi prasr?er!" -- rpsTT - ;r c .. .1"- - r i T$l y r- - I K. . Mil CALL AT &VL$ ? Counly Court Days. REIGN OF TRUSTS. Kentscky Fair Dates. Ir SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. k: ?: Coolest nud most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-da- te Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Trap Second St. Phone 3. JirCHMOXJ), KV. I &4 . ....... .s .V. I ( O .. :?::: SS g r 3 re i CO 5 oj 2 re s o - re a ., c J -1 c ., : -- .e c V. c o 5go 5 r O 33OHD3 ss o ! 3" - K O o Ia S '.V w 6. c oa a - p - e isrrr f te&ps&ks &a4 A Bp?S Ohio Railwiy. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. WEST HOUND. Sterling and LrxinRton Acoora Knlern Expreux lor Ixiunville Jfnrchead and Lexington Accom. Jfew York Limited Y. F. V ML. 6 SS 7 30 3 00 50 am am pm pm KAST HOUND. 9 15 am and Morehead Accom. 11 58 am York Limitwl F. F. V. 6 39 jhm Mt. Sterling Accom Ix'iiBplon and 9 23 pm Wat4nn(Tton Bxjiress Accommodation trains run daily except Sands v. Other trains run daiH Throuch uleeping and dining car wrvice to Tfew York. For informatioii. rjto orkleeperreHerratious K HOOD. Agent UA:N.Hy., call on or write Kichmoud, Ky. or (J KOKO E W IS All E Y . Jfc O Ky Islington. Ky. D V. A C ixlnirton NVw EASIER THAI! EYER. Metttphift and New Orleans, has madeit Easier ThanEwr"to reach all iminlH m Arkansas, Tcxah, Mexico, Arizona and California The fpkiMlHl train rvn icr with which the Illinois Central Memphis and New Orleans Vestibulcd "Limited " is equipped makes it "Easier Than The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to IjTe Krer" to take a trip to the abote mentioned territory. The Centra) is the onlj line which runs Free Kwlii)t Chair Car and YeKtilwileit trains from IxMiisrille to the Smith, also a weekly umJO Tourist Car for California, Iwisville eery Thaixlay 9 fi J.e NewOrteansFrMay Arr Houston Saturday Arr Ha Antonio Satnrday Arr lapaso Sunday Arr liog Angeles Momlav Arr San I'ranctsoo Tuewlav Arr New Orleans Friday Arr MemfrfiikFrMay. S 18am 7 JSpm . 2pm 46am ... ... 'Mm i 3 tfipm 9 3iipm 5 lSpm Upm Itn b Ik Tn Hta mat U fJrf.ru. l'artie desiring to make a comfortahle trip to the territorv mentioned will do well to with It. H. Fowler. Traeliiig Tasscn-ge- r A Agent, Iuisrille. Ky. Wjj. KkujOnd, A CJ I'. A., II. Hanmis. O I A . Ixmsxillc, Ky. dec39-lChicago. Ill Ai.i-ohy R. N. I, & B. R. B. Tima Tabic bast boomi.. laj. May X. :. Takin-- ; Kffcct ', ISJtS. Mon Id"ciass. 1st Ctass. , No 3 r. N Kx Sun Ex Sun Kx Sun , VersaWes A.M. 10 TZ 11 02 P.M. 7 3S 8 00 8 13 NiehoVasviHc VaHev View MHHon CM A.M. 5 ) 6 48 8 II 2fi HMmiund. Union Meliwlev. llrassftaid I'anota I. 12 II 41 11 .V M 11 6 12 30 12 33 1 05 M. 8 30 KM 9 15 ... " Irvine west Irvine 10 00 10 05 10 25 1I 40 11 35 . BouNn. No. 2 No. 4 No. 8 !o. lit Kx Sun Ex Sun Kx Sun Ex Sun' A. M. I'. M. 2 01 2 P. M. A. M IlrassfieM Melwrley Union Itiehmend. IVtmtla as 30 44 II 1 1 Ntabotasrillc Versailles All. MrWon VaHey View 6 0" C 20 6 31 f. 51 7 60 I 2 2 2 3 3 3 ... ' 17 IS 30 45 4 10 S 00 l 55 05 20 45 2 1& 3 CO 3 25 4 JO C 10 ..,. trains uuhiuuu to and trains...H.. from Ixjuisville. AH trains connect with C. N. O.&T. P. trains to and from Cincinnati. J. W. BOCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. Superintendent. r- A. M. P. M. P" M. P. M. ............ mnnivt urttti Ti.ilbplllj. Qm,I.A.H ..H,.,,aIW I -N ifr 3WU m No. 1. CAJ1 'HERN .WftY. ) (IN KENTUCKY rrlirdole tn effect May 1. 180H. I l. IHtkente... Ar StnilWv.Hlr Ar la'reneeli g . Ar VerMilH" Ar Ixalni-towueiiHiiiMi. n I rjkrrnsn. 7."lani' 4.tfnm UOvam Na C No. 3? 7.4.1pm fvJCpm KUtam &.Spm 0.07pni v..watni C30pm T.suptn ia35pm ifsn TTo.4." 7.4.iara 4 40nm' KHtuirn Klfkim ftflrtrtm. s.7.rn KX'um! &.3iptn a.4.Vara No. 0. muim, !0.0pm Ar Tei4ie.. r Ar I Ar MinlWilUe.. Ar 1a iawami 7.ypm ;.50am i Hie . I. 2. 5 and 6 carry Free Ohwrra. Trottio K Htm Chatr Cbes. vTliMTBOfNu! rMrrtHit' li . Nn. B.LW ll.j No, MlNo. 11 frrATJO-s4Mifn 7 tinin l.r Imi-vAr 7Js7timllo7rtom fJH.ral ikMain Ar ItrnehrirAr )Orpm! H.Sxun Ifl nni Ar HiirolslAr 4.npm 7.36am 7Jfn JjmHt l.i:am.Ar llumln I,v 4.S0jiral 7.am .n,n-e4- i.v IWttHtn4 KAMTIHIUXII. WKSTIIOCKU- 1n" 1Nl I 11 Nl IV,'NolWi wtatiokw." No. ia.'NaC8. f.4arn'ljY IjouIstIi Ar IU.Vam 7Jlpra VJMian flsumAr Sholbvll Ar V.TTam 6. Upro M0tni Hi Aam Ar Vrrslles Ar KOTnita 4.IApm Midway t.Mfi II Kiam Ar tJoorgtn Ar 7 45am S.pm Lri 7.15am 3.iTim J;Sfl Ittfcpm Ar IUrH'ljJi; I WCXTIIOITKIi I.- lta" 1 I'No, ft, tniiiii 7 HTATIOWkT MKa A.itNu. S. 'Sfim 4.1lipm x"IiinAr NlrlilrlU Ar Harimi Ar lllcliiniul I.vj tufwmi 3.15pm i.t ijouisniA1 7..rtimi pmil.r Vorslles A' idMura iffmrn Jlm' ..jAr Irrlni Lri I ioopm I . 'AriuKS. 1 itorflU" I 'wfxw A. i ' Ai Vr i Jj i.liW . . Tl ... s v iniiali.... lfUVmiaa5pra s.luani. l 5pm KlOaui V 7.40iim, ? r.nm Mpm 7.4.um l&atn Ar Ar rJacwri A Jacksonville aUunsa 4UM o'nllo 7.3pin' Caiani Ar IHimluKham llipm.li.iupm Ar MfliMtin . l5iira;laiimra Urtesns, Ar laaoam taaomn .. . .. Mu I rftrrtm tPtm there oont.eetln, wilt, s7. M v".l(? Sleep- i ".f in 11 rroliiirham. Meridian tin.i New 'ait la maUc cIum tvucn.-lloCJattL at Ijt ho)iiint:a Bpm! &.Uiaoi;ll.lUiuii 1.10am 7.40tiui rt rrCTrt Fern Creek, August 16- -3 days. plutocrats. Sholbyville, August 244 days. Taxas on the necessities of life were county, third Monday. Oanville, Iloylo Rardstown, August 305 days. rsJicholasville, Jessamins county, third favored by tho Republicans. The poor Lagrange, August 313 days. man's luxuries were gladly placed on Konday. days. d Elizabethtown, September the tax listby these patriotlcand "Winchester, Clark countv, fourth Glasgow, September 14 1 days. gentlemen, but when a tax on JLondav. Louisville, September 266 days. THE EXCaLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS Versaillen, woodford county, fourth corporations was nuggested a howl of Owonsboro, October 4 5 days. indignant protest was raised and the IMondny. is dno not only to the .originality and! Titho best foi'FemileTniiblcs. Corrects all Puducah, October 11 4 days. Irregularities In Female Organs. Should bo proposition was promptly voted down. simplicity of the combination, but alky taken for Ctunrii of Life and before Lancaster. When the Republicans could not to the care and skill with which it- - ik. navo sxoou ine Plintert "Old Time ' KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. H test for twenty years. manufactured by scientific processus; Versailles. argue they descended to ridicule, and Madoonly by NewSpcncerMedldneCo., Cnnt- known to the California Fiq SritUE' Richmond. pretended to see something extremely ALL JOc lancoga, lenncwc Condition ol Crops to June 1, 1898. Co. only, and we wish to impress upon: Danville. funny in tho idea of taxing trusts. all the Importance of purchasing the; DRUGGISTS. 25c. 50c Lebanon. That is just the way the aristocrats Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to W. true and original remedy. As thes ltcplics vtero received this month Q. White. r Shepherdsvi'llo, C. ' treated the demands of the people begenuine Syrnp of Figs is manufactured! from 151 correspondents! repreKonting i by T Barbourville. fore the French revolution inaugurated the Caxifohxia. Fia Srnup Co. 104 counties. tepta-i- y only, a, knowledge of that fact will Hor?o Cave. a reign of terror. . WHEAT. (St. assist one hi avoiding the worthless, Bowling Green. There will be no reign of terror in tho For tho benelit of tlio fniraers ot Ken- United States, but, thanks to the intel imitations manufactured by other ADVERTISE WITH US, "YE ARE THE PLC! Eminence. ? The high standing of the Calitucky and others interested, n brief ligenco and courage of tho common peoWinchester. Reported every Tuesday at noon by fornia Fig Stkcp Co. with the medireview of tho condition of the wheat ple, there will ceaso to exist tho reign ELF-TAUGstudy or the Morganfleld. cal profession, and the satisfaction E. Deatherago Co., Staple and g crop in the principal Manual cf- Fiionograpny, by lienn 1'itman m of trusts. Chicago Dispatch. Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. which the genuine Syrup of Figs and Jerome U. Howard. A perfect States, is presented. To use tho data 9o AalBtalAaatasaaAaialaAABatatAatBtAIItataiaaVttAaaa .. a A REMEDY FOR GAPES. to millions of families, makes Over 355,000 sold. Thousands compiled by tho various Stato bureaus the name of titer Company a guaranty Bucklen's Arnica Salve. EGGS 7J to 8Jc in trade. have mastered it ; so can you. Sold by all would delay this report longer than is of the excellence of its remedy. It is BUTTER-Cho- iee Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts. It Is Easily Applied And Has Been Entirely country, 8ili.Uc. booksellers, or we will scad with Monofar in advance of all other laxatives, desirable, and statements hero made graphic Reader and Flicnographie Ccfy Boek, Successful Wherever It Has Been Tried. Bruises, Sores, Uiccie.SaltllheuniFever BEESWAX 2025c. e as it acts on the kidneys, liver and for $1.25. Catalog and full inforaro bancd upon information contained a Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, ChilDRIED FRUIT Apples bright, 5c. bowels without irritating or weakenmation free to those who wish to investia in the U. S. Climate and Crop Service Gapes occur chiefly on old farms and blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, ing them, and it does not gripe nor WOOL Clear grease wool, 1613c; gate first. Send name on postal pard. for those States. o destroy thousands of chicks every year. burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c nauseate. In order to get its beneficial and positively cures Piles, or no pay reTHE BENN PITMAN SYSTEM In the States of Ohio, Indiana, Mich- quired. effects, please remember the name of has for 44 years been the standard. Called CIIEESE-Count- ry, is guaranteed to give perfect It Is caused by a collection of small, Do yon need a PIow.R 10c. It igan and Illinois every indication the Company by U. S. IJureau of Education "The Amerworms in the windpipe of satisfaction or money refunded. Price thread-lik- e GO. TIMOTHY SKED-S1.- 501 ican System." First prize, World's Fair. points to a full crop on an average 25 ceuts per box. Q worms and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. For sale by Perry & the chicken. To kill these CLOVER The Phonographic Institute Co., A Corn Planter, acreage. No damago whatever is reeo SEED-StripKAN rUANCINCO, Cat Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to W. not injure the chicken is the thing to W. 4th St., BLUE GRASS 222 40 Cincinnati, Ohio. ported in (hcae Statos with tho excep- G. White. 3 A Wagon, or other LOCIKVILLU Kj. NEW YOKE. X. V-do. Coal oil of tho cheaper grade is a 50c ; extra clean, G075c ; fancy clean, decl5-l0 tion injury from local wind and rain O more eflectual insecticide than the re- pure seed, $1 $ 1.35. Jan5-lWe are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows. o Tho Manual of Phonography. By storms in the State of Illinois. In Iowa ' Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Mi fined. Take a glass tube with a small 9 BEANS SI OCS1.50 per bu. Louis Landman, the crop of winter wheat has attained Benn Pitman and Jerome B. Howard. rubber bulb which the apothecaries sell 9 and Tinware. Tla Roofing and Guttering a SpecUUr-IRISH POTATOES-S1.-25. 9 365th thousand, Phonographic Instituto a very rank growth, and apprehension ' a for a "medicine dropper," half fill it SHOULDER MEAT Cc. 9 that the crop will fall or badly lodge is Company, Cincinnati, cloth, $1. No. 503 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, coal oil, and, inserting the tip into 8 BACON 8J10c. The utility of shorthand in the busi with a felt. The rainfall has been excessive, win oe at Mr. J. n. Willis' , Richmond, Ky.,on tho windpipe, discharge tho oil. A HAMS 10llc ness and professional allairs of life beand tho crop sulfered from overflow WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8tb, 1893, e . small oil can used for sewing machines MILLET ?1.00S1.2o. and storms, and is in danger of being coming more and more evident as time will do in place of the medicine drop9 returning every second Wednesday of each - a9 caaaSABiaatAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAAM.K..rrrrmonth. Reference every physician of Richattacked by rust. Tlse spring wheat goes on.' Perhaps the most striking per. Operate us follows: Place the W y Old Established IIousc febl6-lmond, Ky. o VJa.TVVCiQ. n'Bh Grade Man or Woman. crop of Iowa is very promising at this recognition of this fact lies in the estab- cnieken, Clf good Church standing, to ,. U I U JHJEBM i.1 . LOUISVILLE, KY. oack down, between your as uauaffcr nure anil ao oince work and lishment of regular courses in shortstage. knees, and hold it gently; open the bill aci 50 YEARS' correspondence at Business alIn Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri hand in the high schools and business and draw the touugo out. Seize the ready built up and their home. here. Salary established EXPERIENCE J9(i0. Enclose stamped envelU the crop is very rank in growth and colleges of almost all our larger cities. lower mandible and tongue thus drawn ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General l promises a full yield. The presence of There is, however, no necessity for any out boiweonthe forefinger and thumb- Manager. 1S9 MIch.gan Avenue, Chicago, 111., First Floor. apr6-3American and chinch bugs is noted in these States, one remaining ignorant of so useful an nail of the left hand. This will bring but no damage had so far resulted. art, even though lie have no teachers, into view the opening into the windwhile so excellent a work for European Plans. Spring wheat in Nebraska starts with pipe at the base of the tongue, into as tho Pitman-Howar- d Manindications favorable for a large yield Trade: Marks winch gently insert the tube and disDesigns ual is in existence'. This book, though Copyrights c. The Ladies Itesiaurant is the and the acreage is largely increased. charge the oil. Close the bill and bold y an A M U era ' a sketch and description may .ii w U atafi&ai t ii An rone sending In Kentucky the crop has improved it has been in uso for over forty years, the head still for a few seconds. Then cnlctlT ascertain our opinion ireo whether an w iinest in the city. over the excellent condition shown on lias been kept new aud abreast of the let the chicken go, and it' will cough, InTention Is probably patentable. Commnnlca- A ?fVf tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Talents Eveiy convenience for ladies May lfet, and now shows an average times by frequent revisions, the latest spattering some of the oil out, but sent f reo. Oldest ncencr for securtnir DatenM. This is the grateful exWe have found it best to tell the truth about the .Lmk.s ft I'atents taken thronzh Munn A Co. recelvo fprrtat notice, without charge. In the spending the da3r in the condition for the State of 101, a gain of being in 1S97. The subject is bo logical- onough remains to destroy the worms, j pression o! the thirsty ly and plainly developed that any one we sen ana wnen we do that it makes w.u: with three points during May. On June 1, and they will be coughed up and swalcity. IS1)?, the condition was Do, on Juno 1, of ordinarv intellectual grasp can readsoul who testes the liquids competition. If instead of telling the truth we M lowed. The gapes continue for a time A handsomely nintratod weekly. cirily comprehend the principles of tho after culation of any scientific Joornul. Tenns, $3 a ISiKi, the condition was Ol. (icntlcineii'K Cafe on cooled by ice made from year: four months. tU Sold by all newsdealer. the tieatment, but the iemedy will practiced what we have come to call diplomacy. , Ollice lloor. The Central Section continues to show system, and, by faithful practise ac- be eflectual in every case, if pioperly MUNN &Co.3B,Broai1. New York pure distilled water by we would parade before the public some beau- - f cording to tho directions clearly laid applied, the highest average condition, 107, as MUSIC : Tuesday, Tim Branch Offlcc, C5 F SU Washington, D. C. and it may readily be repeatthe Richmond Ice Facto- and Sunday against 105 on May 1. Correspondents down, become a practical shorthand ed, if considered worth tifully polished lies, which, while thev could $! while, as often eveniii". report the crop unusually fine, heads writer. is necessary. After a little practice it is BUMPS 2:04 not offend, would mislead you. Rut v. RUUESSTEIX2:0S. good length and well filled. In a numTHOS. A. MULLIGAN, "Ono Miui.te Cough Cure is the best very easily applied, and always sucESTTree delivery, in any dispense with diplomacy and tell the straight dwl-l- v MANAGER. ber of counties lying north of a line preparation I bavo ever sold or used ceeds. Mirror and Farmer. quantity, and on short truth, hence when we represent a shoe to drawn from Franklin county to Rowan and I can't say too much in its praise." county tho rainfall has been deficient L. M. notice. DISTILLERS " worth $2, $3, or $4, or an- - other price, you ma Keunon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. during May, and in these counties tho Douglas & Wines. depend upon it in fact you can count on always get- Will Be Compelled To Bear Additional Tax. crop is beginning to show tliecflectsof Hook Corse tllinr vnill Tlimipr's if nm.ctAvo 1 1.... !.....,.: drouth. An early harvest is indicated. The Dover girl who expressed so much Kentucky distillers have discovered In tho Western Section the condition sympathy for tho farmer because of his ,j . standard yoods don' tma.t ir la ryeprofit. that they will be compelled to bear an averages 102, a gain of one point during cold winter job ot harvesting his winter additional tax burden if L.Trawwp nu ;r... .s MxVKAGER. May. Here tho rainfall has been ex- wheat, is equal in agricultural knowltho War Itev- X tniie Bill now in committee of the Sen- Headache-badcessive throughout May, and leports of edge to the Higginsport girl who Gen Dr. Miles' Pain Tills. ate goes into effect, This additional tax rust on blades and damage otherwise a desire to see a field of tobacco u on warehouse receipts aud withdrawawA. 3xcAcw bxvs.. from excessive moisture are not infre- when it was plugging out. But 9 the 29461.. quent. In Christian county the crop is Georgetown damsel who asked "which als, graded as follows: Phone, No. 21 FlKST STKEKT. Warehouse receipts less than $100, reported "badly rusted." Some fly is cow gives buttermilk?" is entitled to trial 2:23'.) M l'ourof theliest 1'ire Insurance Comtaxed at 25 cents; warehouse receipts "Baritone" sired by "Baron Wilkes" 2:1S, panies in the United States. Losses paid noted in I.arue county. isgzZsZi the bakery. And the RussellvilloMiss the greatest trotting: stallion that has been bred promptly. In the Southeastern Section the con- who was asked if she ever saw anybody $100 to $500, 50 cents; warehouse re up to now because hii produce out race and ceipts exceeding 500, SI ; entry for Mr. II. II. Cplyeris now prepared to furnish out sell the produce of any other stallion living dition in those counties where wheat is milk a cow said: ordead. Baron Wilkes hired yes 1 have. lit In tlie Prudental, you are offered the production withdrawals from bonded warebouee,50 you the very honest15. Just half of Plymouth "Bumps" 2:0IH grown, averages 102, a gain of several just tickled mo to death to see best Life Iniurauce attainable, and on Oakland Baron 2:09'$ Rock ERfrs at 50c for what you pay uncle most approed plans. In Accident Baron Dale 2:11 Itubenstein 2:05 the for inferior ep(rs. Orders filled promptly and points during May. jerk two of tho cow's faucets at tho cents. Ilachel 2:0S4 Nydia Wilkes 2:11 InMiranee wcaRain civ? the best We delivered to any firm. in Richmond. uaron Kogers 2:03 will not trauinct business with irresponA number of the distillers sent a teleBaronet 2:lli Respectfully, same time." COHN. mch23-3sible companies. Red Silk 2:10 Baron Dillon 2:12 MRS II. II. COLYER. gram to a representative now in Wash Baron Crisp 2:12'i 26 Second Street, The condition of tho corn crop for the Bay Baron 2:12'i Up Stairs. The Cuban question and political is ington requesting him to look into tho Baronmore lilt, SUite averages 52. On June 1,181)7, Brava2:ll sues sink into insignificance with tho matter, the general feeling being that "?SS MET DF TIE the condition was S2, and June 1, 181K3, WILD they should not be compelled to pay ALL RACE RECORDS. the condition was 1)3. The stand was man who sutlers from piles. What he any more taxes, since they "already pay OR OUR SVI0UR IN And 41 otherj in the list and is as yet comparaRT" generally good, and where the season most desires, is relief. DeWitt's Witch tively a young horse. taxes amounting to about four tiiiiee us Cost over Jim.OOO to p has been favorable has grown otf nicely. Hazel Salve cures piles. Douglas A iblish. Co italns nearly THE BONDERS OF SCIENCE "BARJToNE'is a black stallion, snin nose. 2x) much as the value of the product. cngravin rs of our Sa rionr, by the two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches high. Wines. Tho crop, however, has had to contend Gieat Masters. It Is not a life ut Christ, but this spring. In color, size and action he The tax on notices of withdrawal an all ideals of with excessive moisture in Western nis about as much as In an interview in Chicogo recently seems particularly onerous to the dis- theexhibit of No tho jrreat Masters' ever pub- resemDicsand sire every thinsr in his any colt he Christ. other book like it ever got, has favor that Long Troubles and Consumpton Can bo Section almost from date of planting lished. Agents are taking from three to twen- it takes to make up a Col Patrick Donan said: "The first litstock horse. tillers. The law requires that when a ty orders daily. The liook is so beautiful that t iz.; Cured. as might be inferred, the state of tle and, when people see it they want It. Published sternwheel boat lew ,tnan SPEED, BREED1KGAND INDIVIDUALITY. and already in its cultivation is not the best, l'lauting comes down the Yukon this year that distiller gets ready to take out whisky edition, a year editions consistingtwenty-fift- 18,50(1 some will he must notify the proper authorities. of ;Baritoxe's" 1st dam "Black Bess"' (2:22'i books. The presses An Hminent Xew York Chemist and Scientist wits hardly completed with the close of bring more gold than all night , the vessels When whisky is withdrawn the tax is to fill orders. (It hasaie running day andin this and she the dam of Barodaise2:20!j at never been sold Makes a Krec Offer to Our Headers. old, and "Baritone" the month and the crop is generally in that camo out last year put together. by trial territory ) A perusal the paid, so that a tax on a notice of with- book is like taking a of amongInures of this Wellington, by Kentucky Prince, siro of Our the great .rt 2:10 a backward btate. She will probably get out about July drawal is virtually dam by Strathmore sire of RjiVK.J1 rEurPe. The Hermitage, Prado, 30 Inand others; 2dby Mambrino a tax on a tax. 2:30; 3d dam Kitchen, she iu The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Pitti, louvre. Vatican, National of In the Central Section more favora- 1st, and she will bring from ten to Slocum. demonstrating his discovery of a reof Berlin, Belvidere and other the great brood mare list. This provision, it Is claimed, is also a celebrated ble conditions have prevailed, with a twenty tons of solid liable and absolute cure for Consumption European art galleries, have Ml Notice that this colt conies from a great line gold. They have discrimination against the distillers of placet! their rarest and greatest (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, treasures t of breeding and speed on both ore and dam our disposal that throat, Iobr; and chest diseases, stubborn corresondiiig improvement in condi- long since ouit talking nf nnrc .! Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Alary side, and it is almost acertainty tiat his colts laud this superb work. theyTiight be reproduced for will go last and sell well. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline tion The state of cultivation is 'on the pounds "FrasTmivrip iiimip up there. It is all estimated by an J in favor of the spirits PICTURES BROUQHTTEARS TO MYEYEi'' and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions Service fee $10 cash at time of service with manufactu of wasting awav, will send THItEE FKEE whole good, much of it having received tons. There will be from forty u,earea 150 week's work to six- rers of Indiana and Illinois. The whisky rS'l; , '.. says anoiner, erstTanv vnan n n.Y with usual return privilege or money refunded in BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discovmc iran, a case of failure. ty eries to any afflicted reader ol the Cumi tho second plowing. In the Northern that in figures from 40 writing for them. I--i. countries of this section, where the rain- to CO tons of gold dust aud nuggets wiUidrawals are mule In from one . "dW UIUU Ul t His 'New Treatment" has cured thousands OVER S100.000 PAID IN MATURITIES. iota, auu i tax of 50 cents woman, of Kood church strsndinpr, can' secure fall has been deficient, the crop is in brought out this .,. position of Manaeer hei-- to do nffi permanently by its timely use. and he considnit season. All the re- must be paid on these lots. The spirits corresponding with agents in ers it a simple professional duty to suffering this territory. maJo easy Manufacturing-Itubbehumanity to donate a trial of his infallible the clods. Address for full particulars A. P. T. sults of a few months' work by a few OVER $38,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Stamps. Send cure. V trico iitst or uututs Jor Floor! In the Southeastern Section favora- hundred men, who had hardly money manufacturers.' business is of such na- Publisher, 183 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Elder, to apr6-3Science daily develops new wonders, and ture that they draw out the whole lot in B J. F. w. Donaan Co., 121 this great chemist, patiently experimenting for ble conditions have prevailed, and enough this time last year to pay for I K. Fayetto St- Baltknore, a n day and pay 50 cents, where perhaps years, has produced results as benifirial to while the COUPONS PAID, MAY, 1S9S. XM If R Ktteitmatism relieved ciop was late in planting the drink or n poker chip. You thought humanity as can be claimed by anv modern MMVbMW UVM ".", ..I.'.. .A m .by Dr.a?'' Allies Nerve Plasters. tlut whisky distiller would genius. His assertion that lung troubles and stand was excellent, and the growth there was a boom, a craze, last year. Bef.No. Coup. NoX.mk. consumption are curable in any climate is Address. to pay $50. Cost. Vaiu proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," and improvement has been steady. Wait till all these tons, these freight AGENTS to sell our rrinthu? 143? S53 K IJ AVrenn filed in his American and European laboratoThe distillers believe this tax should WANTED Lexington, Ky i:j.o0 12:; mi ' I'res503, Vulcanizers, UaKKairo and Key Tho condition by sections is as fol car loads of gold, begin to roll out. ries in thousand i jom those cured in all parts be levied on those articles which do not Ch ecks. Sirel and ItubbcrStamps, Seal Press1500 1700 Terry Cro.sthwaito of the world. IiXin;ton, Ky lows: Western S7, Central 91 and Eas- Then you will seo a rush, such stam41.50 es. StcncLs, &c. J. F. V. DOKMAN CO., a Medical cxper concede that bronchial, now pay a tax, and in that way equalize r-- E. Fayette 1550 1820 H A Good.. Lexington, Ky 44.51) 5U BalM., Md. Catalogue free. chest and lung tru Dies lead to Consumption, tern 99. 'l 12.im pede as has never been witnessed on tho taxation. which, uninterrupted, means speedy and cer1599 1S95 D P Kenyon Lexington, Ky 4450 12JiO OATS. tain death. this continent since the old California 1WS 902 DliGood ... Lexington, Ky Simply write to T. A Slocnm. M C, 98 Pine 43.50 FREE: S10.00 IN GOLD, The condition of the oats crop shows days of 1819. There are 200,000 square 12:.W street. New York, giving iiostofnce and express 1G97 2029 JIrs F M Jasper Blcycli.aoW Watch. Diamond Union Mills, Ky address, and the free medicine will be prompt43.50 12:i.i)i an improvement during May. The miles of King, or a Scholarship in territory yet to be ly sent. Sufferers should take instant advan1750 21SS Mollie Simmons Draughon's Practical Btuauess Lexington, Ky 42 50 tage of his generous proposition. 120 0 improvement applies mainly to the prospected. New discoveries are being Collece. Nashville. Tenn..or 1801 :0G3 D li Good Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer Lexington, Ky n Tezarluna, Tex., or a ichol- 120.01) 40.50 oats. That part of the crop almost daily made. And there seems In the Uiciimon-Every expectant mother haa arshlp In most any other reputable business col Jly"-lClimax 1S5-2360 R . Good Lexington, Ky which was sown late is unpromising. to be no limit to the liches and possi- a trying ordeal to face. If sho does not lege or literary scnooi in tne u. Si. can be secured 41.50 117 (X) 1913 2547 II C Horspcrger by doing a little worfe at home for the YouthsKeene, Ky The condition for tho State averages bilities. Boom over, indeed! Just wait 4050 , 120.00 The Advocate, an illustrated journal whole undersicned has a farm nfnii 195S 2124 D B Good to suit purchaser, Lexington, Ky 01. On June 1, 1S97, the condition was a few weeks and It is elevating in character, moral in tone, and privateorsale; situated at which he offers at 41x0 117.00 then get out of tho 2013 2G55 O It Marsclmll especially interesting and profitable to young Lexington.Ky 82, and for June 1st, for 1S96. the condi- way or bo run over. .War or no 41 50 people, but read with interest and profit by peo11700 war, 2001 275G Dr S H Stevenson ple ot all ages. Stories and other interesting Chicago, 111 tion was G9. By sections the following tho world will go for gold. 41.5o 117 00 matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. And there 2110 2SS0 W B Anderson and wife.. Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Ltccinston, Ky conditions aro shown: "Western 90, is gold enough in the far Northwestern 39.5) 111.0(1 Co., Nashville, Tenn. 21G3 1497 Dr A Mention thiapaperJ on Taylor. exingwn, vy Central 85, Eastern 92. the waters of Silver Creek. It is well wa40 50 114.00 land of icebergs and polar bears to make aug!8-l221G 2904 Dr S A Donaldson tered. There is no better land in lladison The Leading Specialisis of America Lexington, Ky Lucas Mookk, county. 39.50 111.00 1,000000 millionaires." 22G5 3023 G M Asher. Lexington, Kv. 20 YEARS IN OHIO. is a fine neighborhood and accessible by Commissioner of Agriculture. It 40.50 114.00 CALDWELL'S turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, 2320 1730 Good .t Co Ixington, Ky Lato to bod nnd early to rise, pre10800 250,000Jiiretl. 2371 3127 "V H Shears-...- . etc, within a half mile of White's Danville, Ky.l pares a man for his home in the 6kics. CURES CON3TIPATION.il Office, ten miles from Bichmond. Station Post 2427 3255 39.50 111.00 Dr A P Taylor- Lexington, Ky WECURESTRICTURE ly to bed and n Little Early Riser, S9 50 TERMS Salts will be- made 111.00 cash 2480 15S0 "Metcalfe ifc ArmstronR... Lexington, Ky balance to suit nnrrlm.., T?n the pill that makes life longer and betThoUFanilll Of TOUTl? nnil frnilf1ti.fv1 nn;m.i.. 2527 30S7 .w.... 3&50 IMIIMII4(3 J men are troubled with this ;lia i aaarcss Meyer Danville, Ky v ter nnd wiser. Douglas & Wines. 3S.50 1(800 unconsciourlr. They may bavo a .smart- - F . 25S3 3440 F II Xorton-ItlW ..., tMlnllA. .n.ll ., 2i: Lexington, Ky Geo. D. White, rv.is.ivu, ru.uii, dream, 38.50 108.00 pnani cuttinp nainsnt im?uuK !ii1t Hi. timn. get ready for It, 26SS 3540 IiF Johnson RIVATE ROOMS ON WHEELS. Baltimore, Md charge, difficdty in cominencJDg, weak feb3-t- f 34.50 96.00- White's Station. Ky. organs. einiionn. and all tho irmnlnmi there is no telling I have rented for 1898 the several houses ad2090 36 IS W J Newman Lexington, Ky of nervous debility they bavo 38 50 by 108.00 what may happen. vertised nve me last December, but have now 2739 1993 A A Bartlett Don't let doctors exTHrrimtnton Every evening at S:3o o'clock private omer mce i;ottages, well located iuur ur Cincinnati, Ohio 35.50 you. bv catting, strotchmg, or tearing Child-birt99.00 is full and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at 278G 219C Mary P Shelyrooms on wheels glido out of Cincinnayou. '1 his will not oiiro you, as it will re- my office over Slessrs. White & Lexington, Ivy 3750 105.00 of uncertainties if with Stephen D. Parrlsh,.a.ttorney-at-Eaw- Gibson's store, . Mfcv .MKTHOD 2337 3707 G M Asher ;?nV.ur ti and arrive Chicago next tnorninR at Lexington. Kv absorbs tho t.ni.. 33.50 S3.C0 iicn-2920 373G John L Fisher. FLORIDA H, PARRISII, removes the stricUiro permanent ly. quarter past seven. Thoy consist of Nature is not given proper assistance. LoniaviUe, Ky 3G.50 iLcaji never reiiir?!84 58 Jan26-Mim h nn tnflM'. RANGE 297G 3S18 Lillie Lochnsr .Attorney and Arent. elegantly furnished npartmonts oq tho inc. no detention from miriness by our IoaisvIIle,,Ky 3G.50 SL5S mcthoJ ThoFexualorransarortrrngth- 3025 3393 Asa Dodge new Tiiliiiinn Compartment Sleeping Lexington, Ky. xan nerves nro lnttgoratcu. and Love that Alters. 36.50 24S tho blifj of manhood jcturn?. 307S 3902 Albert Hoehn Cars running over Pennsylvania Short Is tho best help you can use at this time. Wanted-- An Idea S-3-S Lo'syinQ,.-Ky- . ,ovetha, altels when Jt "Iteration 81iX) 31.50 your Idea: thev may bring you wealth. 3125 3955 Xellio Brown Line. For particulars apply to Geo. E. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap- ProtectJOHN WEDDEKBCRJ Louisville, Ky WrKo CO, Patent Atto That is one of the sublimit lines in all 29.50 30.05 3183 4027 LUkeU Jlilnanl Thour&mls of young and iniJJloocrd literature. It is the final definition of love Kookwkli., A. G. 1 Agt., Cincinnati, plied several months before baby comes, s'il.?M.h2n8to.n' Ds C Intentions 13 prteo offer Lexington, Ky ana list ol tiro hundred forthelr wanted. 35 50 S2.00 reiual 3233 40S5 J IJKilsnis ., kJ men aro having theirrapped byxigor and by the world's frrcatest reader of the human Ohio. it makes tho ad vent easy and nearly painviUUtyeontinually Louisville.JKy IW this 35.50 S2.00 mind. Shakespeare. Nearly all women less. It relieves and prevents " morning 32S2 4"I14 Val Schnudt. ,"rlr nro ltoqnenlly unconscious am. w. itiiiEY "V1 who truly love, love in this sublime way. LoursvilleKy.. 34.50 eiuiQea.uraiti,esorymptomr. 79 43 Ueiicral The human machine starts-bu- t 3327 41S5 Barbara Preiilitel Men seldom do. once sickness," relixes the overstrained mustiwkney, nnatural Discharges, Fail, Louis yiijel Ky log Alanhood. Jervonncr. Poor Jlcm. Woman's most Klorious endowment is nnd stops but once. You can keep 77.06 cles, relieves tho distended feeling, short337G 4250 JHTilford Of Shelbyville, Ky.) Recommends it ory. Irritability, at limes Smarting the power to awaken and hold the pure LudlowjKy 33.50 7706 Wrisht's Celerf Capsules. hnnken lire, with dark circles. 3424 4332. Stevens &3darshnll. and honest love of a worthy man. When going longest and most regularly by ens labor, makes recovery rapid and cerHonk Lark. Ueneral Depression. Lack WIncheaferfc Ky 32.50 biieibyville, Ky., "Slav 26, '90, To she loses it and still loves on. no one in using DoWitt's Littlo Early Kisers.lhe tain without any dangerous 7432 3475 4255 Albert iroenh A"ltji"oni Varicocele. Himnkrn ?.' V. r the wide world can know the lieart njrony famous Louisville, Ky 2950 I'nrt;. etc (JLELT and KriUCTUKli Mother's Fricr.d 13 good for only ono Wriirht .Medical Co.. CM.. O 66.80. little pills for constipation-an3519 4SGI J A Barlow she endures. The woman who suffers maybolhocaure. Gents I have pjinSiased a box of Don't consult family - Lexi5gtoD;.Ky 30.50 nil stonwc'li and liver troubles. Doug- purpose, vir. to relieve motherhood of from weakness and derangement of G9.30 doctors. o Oicy liivo no sicricnca in irom vji. xn. tneso rceUl dilates --don't allow ""s" jtzivij vjiiitttmesused them for special womanly organism soon loses her las & Wines. the danger and pun. Middeltoti, druKgist, aiid .." Total...: power to away the heart of a man. ller tfunrk to cxpvritnont on you. Consult . w $1,565.50 $4152.56 One dollar per bottle at all drug stores, or Sour Stomach, Torpid iver aDd Constiricialt U.wlioltavoiimile'allfostii.lyof general health suffers and she loses her sent by express on rces'.pt ot price. JJIJ'eifiIen mid Women. OurNKW pation and found that they cpive me imcoo.1 looks, her attractiveness, her amiaPROFIT OVER GOST. OMAHA EXPOSITION XHIiAWlKHT will yor. ur.iiivi you. Ono FitKB Books, contalnlnj; valuable informa'. bility and her power and prestige as a .$2,4S7.0G lively euro tr- Uiousand dollars tion for women, will be sent to say address mediate relief every tiibe. 1, think it an wcmian. Dr R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y., lor a cao wo necept for treatment nnd Juno Iht lu llclober 31st excellent remedy. Upon iFnris, Bourbon county, first Monday. With nbsoluto unanimity thoUepub-lica- n The following are the dates for hold(Richmond, Madison county, first Mon- Senators have voted to tax th & ing the Kentucky fairs tills year bo far S'uay. as reported to this office. Secretaries ngton, iayctte county, second people and not to tax tho trusts. 1131 Solid as a Roman phalanx the nobis or other oflicore will please advise j Monday. Sknford, Lincoln county, second Mon-uq- .Republicans presented an unbroken ua ofnny errors or omissions in front to tho Democratic attempts, at the list: Xawienccburg, August 16 4 days. "Georgetown, Scott countv, third Mon- - reaching the hoarded millions of the y. ALL WOW EN Should snow y that 'the J01dpmo''Kemedy, f ar. noble-minde- 64 1P i. xvcacto CANDY CATHARTIC ..tBP , -- decS-ly- - par-tic- s. wheat-growin- has-give- t s HORTHAND KT - LI " !' post-pai- d, a. FARMERS iwUlM - SESD-S2.75S- 3.50. pcd, y y h I ee.. B '9 -- LOUISVILLE OT y. aeeo9n'ioaaai9ciiti9eteai8set9teai(o TAYLOR Bros. ..ii; :;o -f w ,- "Is W As i jjnrra Ice." m V 1 TRU imtT(iiiiP7il TE mm mnm waan, ass 0 i Scientific .American, rs-d- 2S-- 27 3-- 4, David R. Tevis, ii-rit-Ji -- for butx-Uslw-- for; Eggs for Sale! m .."BARITONE" Pr vemun nros, - - , i M-f-f V, SOUTHERN je2-l- y M-f-f-f MUTUAL full-pag- e INVESTMENT high-cla- ss h COMPANY Largest Profits. 2:23-,'- ) Of Lexington, Kentucky. w-u- r "S Lor-do- n, Safest Investment tons-repe- at . a toteF&EFJgt I m uvB-narr- oi e R f;lcn m -- B. NEALE. -, A -- gold-bearin- g GETTING READY early-sow- Young People y - SA " FARM iFORE - T L? semi-month- -- IDrs.K.&KJ w WHITE'S STATION, y r YRUP- PEPSIN 3S-5- 0 Iu one-thiv rd Read This tl EHUR 10S-0- 0 8T1UC-Tt'H- K. h 'XKUAT-lEN- T 126 - eno-j- . Mother's Friend ECONOMIST WECURE GLEET di-l- 'nud"'' Jfc - e ll n. after-effect- s. d -. .- - la , cinnotcu-- c. Tcrrm moderate for n cure. ri.l. CURES GUARANTEED v. i?i.V.SlK.,,J,J "" ,1nwn J?,n'- - HM1SBT0XR, rn.r.ri No currle W(M. ' ""'" ,, Pullman Slonpcr liattnumua and II,tm1nH:,m, jwb tMi ind to 5riri;Ui,D'"UOTfW eW(Nler4ff. '.A.. A SNr I iMinTWK'nv CL.(,nLn n,,,, miKK sA! '.!K,:y T.,9fth8vTAT,PN FltKK. JtOOKriL rivitf ii unaliln to call, wrltn for IW.ArVH Inr llflMI' v, W.iAJ TlrbATMkli ni ikiL i ihli: ila F K.T.Silrr Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET. . . ' VI HOI WW ATI, O. ncuM iMdfcrtk'a.r.M t4U) LESiKCTON, ' ..... CroMwhlte. of Duffcu. ferath Co.', I commenced yew edicine I fc.'JiJfil 'B'rted always had a ts a positive specific for all weaknesses diseases, disorders, displacements, irreirulanties, and debilltatinjr drains pc' culi.tr to women. It purifies, regulates, stremrthctis and heals. Medicine dealers cji ji, ana no honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute that he may make a little larjrer profit. 8ician, has prescribed for many thomands of women. He has devised a perfect and scientific remedy for women's ailments. It js known a Dr Pierce's Favorite Prewip. tion. It with the assistance of his staff orablerphy' TUB GRANDEST EXPOSITION application to THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR AUaaU, da. an5-l- j CO., 9 with kidney trouble and 1 torpid 1 vcr,'' writes Mrs.JH. 1 sK2..0.B,'Jfcft-- one " waTS .wJl bol of DK, KtS (except World's Ealr) over planned Roofing-the United States. Located within cheap nnd quick access of tho cntiro AJAXTABLETS POSITIVELY CURE .Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at or,ImpasT. SkiaideMiuM, etcu, chqk1 your own doors. Through tickets be'0 .UB BLWI K rSJC, bj ifcoa or otbsr iNnei aid IaSS? . cntlosL-- ' Av iuiMv uiul turtt yond Omaha allow stop-ovm Vludll la old orToocz.asa Re8t a tor jtndf; rbtnlne or mamas. duced .excursion rates to Omaha. Take Thmlrotm .Mivk Imull. : task.. m1aZ ...te bhmi an fr"! rw . mab. .k Min tt '.t the Arlington Route the o)dcand S5 a:.ia.n. .t aaB. tot en lu.rlB ha ratarAi 3Kt firmly established line tor&Bd, through torn egff tl.WL.Bd. Mwill jSTmr, giw Tkr NreonUIaiir:-atb J2S!l C"? "imuik IMUVUIKI m utaauft in any direction. . , v- 1, quired by,U ptMBMSTter K ?Um4 fee Bo.WAKDM.IOTT..'iW.AKSY. oe,ywkr Jot Gwti bfloaA MtirMciptoi y Yours vtry truly,. "jiGeo. V. Riley. Write For Official Lttemturc. , in MADE MElA MAN nra .Gutterin: and General C3 A. SMITH BOWMAN, - ers. IN (7 -- lt.iUaf -- jztXjT"?:; w,ar. J T "(; TOc:gt, zyTTvms7i" J - -- r . i - - f)tWt -- ' 'A 'N-- ' '"' ' , gKWTille, M Tnn. tT mi mt NF?1JMKaBti4JltcHAL 'y?J1 -n fc JoMYbrk. .. CHEijPSIDE,, LEXIGTON, KY. MRS.AT,HILte,vLwal Ajeit, RicluKtii, Ky. XI J - -- !" ',-- - 1,' :;mI 8fe'r-- . ta'iKJ ijaifcj. 5.V.,