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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 ric1898062201_sn86069162 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897) Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914 Richmond, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ? -- 4jt T iJv, vS. ' r ' "JI 1& - V . S . - HCX & in H RICHMOND CLIMAX. VOLUME 25. Dr. Mites' Nervine A REMEDY FOR THE All RICHMOND, PORTO RICO NEXT. Expedition of Great Iimrlisloiis to Da bcut There fcoou V Muall l'otca Will Not IJo BoCMut. MADISON COUNTY, CUBAN KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1898. Royal makes the food pare, wholesome and delicious. NUMBER 3. .J" I L HFTMIFTH CONGRESS. VICTORIES. WRECK AND BUIN. Thursday's Bombardment Played Havoc With Fortifications at Santiago, Tho Flag Over Miirru Elrat Eegnlar Scttloa. Washington-- , June 14. Slnate For nearly two hours Mondav tbe n to had under dl cushion the resolution or Ur. Iodpe (Mass.), directing the claims committee to malto an inquiry as to the diiiros-ltioof tbe money appropriated by congress to pay the claim of tho bo k concern ot ihe Met'odUt Church South. A hcatrd colloquy between Mr. Chand'cr (N. !!., and Mr. Pasco was the fenture ot ihe discussion. At 2 o'clock the consideration of the bill providing for the Incorporation of the International American bonk ns begun. The measure wj still under discussion when the senate adjou'acd Hoi se The debate upon Hawaiian annexation rontlnucd in the houo Monday, ten sreecht s being mr da. Vory little interest was munilct. either upon the floor or in the enl ltvlex. lew occupants of the latter being present ana the attendance upon the floor hardly cxcetdlusatany time 40 members. A ulcht rcsslon ill be held Tuesdny evening to rflo-- d opportunity for many members to sfejk, to whom otherwise it would be lmposslb'e give to timo before the ote Wednesday afternoon. The speeches made Monday were by Mesrs. Newlands (silver. Nev.) Pearson (rep., K. C). Henry (rep., Ind.), Burrows (rep.. Mass.), Stewart (rep.. K. J ). Klrkpalrirk (rop.. Pa.). Mann (rep.. 111.) for and bv Messrs. Dell (pop., CoL). Bland (dem.. Ma i and Smith (dem. delegate. Ariz.) against the resolution. The houso passed a bill appropriating 5.73.151.M to pay the Bearing sea award. Washgton. Juno 15. Senate At Tuesday's session of the'seiate the resolution of Mr. I,odgc (Mass.) directing that an Inquiry be made into the disposition made of the Methodist It Hk Concern cl im which was paid recently br tongress was ndop e I without division. Tne measure to incorporate the International American bank was under dlicussion for three huiirs, the e cbate cllcitin; some interesting fails concerning the foreign trade of this country Final action was not uken on the bill Abiu.se joint r"so!ui.m appropriating 17)551 top ly the Behring sea award was ndoptct The approbation is carried in the sundrj civil apprc priation bill, but that measure is still In conference and the award has to be paid on the Iftth instant. HochE Eight hours, comprising a fternoon and ev. ning sessions of th- - bouse Tuesday, were devoted u cebate of the new lands resolutions for the annexation of Hawaii. Twenty .peocbCH were modt of them brief. A vote will be taken at 5 p. m. Wednesday, and in order to give time tor speeches which members desire to make, the house agreed to mwi at 10 o'clocK Wednesday morning. The resolution, according to estimates Tuesday will receive, with the exception of not more than 12, all republican votes and will enlist the cupport of from 15 to 3D democratic and members of other parties. Washington, June 16. senate After the passage of a larje number ot private pension bills and listening to a carefully prepared speech on the advantages of republican tariff legislation by Mr Pritchard (N C.) the senate Wednesday resumed consideration of the international American bank bill. An amendment was accepted by the committee and adopted extending the privileges of the measure to all citizens of the United States instead of restricting them to those mentioned In the bill. When the senate adjourned consideration of the bill had not been concluded. House By a vote of 20) to 01 the house of representatives Wednesday afternoon adopted tho Kcwland resolutions providing for the annexation of Hawaii by a i ote of 209 to 91. The debate which has continued without interruption since Saturday, has been one of the most notable of this congress, the proposed annexation being considered of great commercial and strategic Importance by Its advocates, and being looked upon by its opponents as involving a radical departure from the long established policy of the country and likely to be folio ned by the inauguration of a pronounced policy of colonization, the abandonment of the Monroe doctrine and participation in international wrangles. More than half a hundred members participated In the Effects of Tobacco. Slany Spaniards Killer, Stom Selztd, Forta and Bridges Destroyed In Two Provinces All Wires Cat. J. 5. Waeiiixqto:?, June IS. The return o Gen. Miles to Washington from Tampa Friday had an inspiring effect upon the war preparations. The general had a DUS3' day. calling upon Secretary Alger, consulting the chiefs of the staff departments and giving tho depjrtment the benefit of his observations at Tampa, Secretary Alger said that he was entirely satisfied with tho condition of the troops as reported by Gen. Miles and wished that he had tho means to provide every one of the volunteer soldiers a daily surf bath such as was enjoyed by the men at Tampa. Gen. Miles is yet to have a conference with the president. In the meantime tho plans aro lnov- PttTIE cxccsslvo use of tobacco, especially 8 by yorag men Is always Injurious and jn: forwar.l steadily for sending fu r-expeditions both to 1'orto Ico Mr. Ed. C. Ebsen, compositor on tlio Contra- - thT There is little likelihood Costa Itaci, Martinez. CaL, writes; "I haTo and Cuba. that a second expedition of 5,003 men used Dr. Miles Eestoratlvo Kerrlno and received much benefit from it, I tras troubled to reinforce Gen. bhaftcr at Santiago vlth nervousness, dizzy spells and sleepless- will leave within the next few days as ness, caused by the use of tobacco and stimhas been reported. The necessity of ulants. I took Dr. Miles' Kerrlno with sending these additional forces is good results, allaying the dizziness, qulctlns tho nerves, ajid enabling mo to questioned by high military officials sleep and rest, proving In my caso a very and moreover the means of transportbeneficial remedy." Dr. Miles' Eestoratlvo ing such a force are not available. Tho Nervine- Is especially adapted to restoring , the nervous system to its normal condition ma n consideration just at present is under such circumstances. It soothes, heals the equipment of an expedition of greater dimensions than any hereand strengthens. fcWfft Dr. Miles' ilcmedlcs with l'orto Kico tofore discuss.-'Dr. are sold by all drugas the objectise point. A month ago "Miles? gists under a positive the military authorities were satisfied guarantee, first bottle that a small force would be sufficient benefits or money reilRestores to occupy l'orto Rico, as the Spanish funded. Book on dis.S? eases of tho heart and force there did not exceed 5.000 or 6,000 nerves free. Address, men. Xoiv, however, th; bpanish garDR. M1LE3 MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. risons have been so reinforced and tho defenses strengthened that it is PROFESSIONAL CARDS. a much larger invading army will be required. Moreover, the officials were satisfied on learning Friday Arro?.iT3r3. that the Cadiz fleet had sailed, that the ships would go to Porto Kico D W. MILLER. rather than to Cub-v- , if they crossed Attosskt-at-La'to this side. It was pointed out that Kentucky. Ricuuovd, thU move would bj tho nntural Office in the Burnam Ruilding, next door to strategic one for tte Spanish comfeb3-lFanner's National Bank. manders to tae, as there Ivos still something left for them to savo in STTXjXjTT-ST- , Porto Kico. Gen. Miles would speak only in tho most general way as to the prospective) Attoun army movements. When asked as to - - KENTUCKY. the recent reports that large bodies of RICHMOND, troops were about to be concentrated Office over Tavlor'tkllanlvare store, opat Florida points w ith a view to start, posite Court House, on Main Street. ing further armies of invasion to Cuba, Porto Kico and elsew lere, said. "The II B. HOGG, military campaign is proceeding stead, A TT0RNJ2 Y AT LA W. ily toward its complete execution. Kextccky. The sending of one expedition or an Richmond, other is but a detail, a single part, of Office No. 13 First St., np etaira. a general plan of campaign. Of coursa it is more or less right to say that troops are about to be forwarded, and &D.M. OEENAULT, J.C. that expeditions will be equipped and LAW, ATTORNEYS AT sent. . Kentucky. Richmond, "Just when these expeditions will move, and .lowmany men will aecom o'Ihc on Second street, over Chen-inh'- pany them, it is not desirable to say grocery. now, but it is enough to state that tho campaign now entered upon is to bo PHTSIOIAiTS. prosecuted with the utmost vigor until the end of the war." The naval officials are somewhat DR. II. It. GLBSON, puzzled at the faiiure of the effort to V1IYS1CIAX AND SURGEON, exchange Ilobson and his crew, just . KiNTUCKY. 1,1 announced from Havana. Of course this is not permanent, but simply - means that the Havana authorities as 8 a i o iiTk t in the Jee (i.Tins building, yet have not been authorized to exstrrct, orer Wane oM drncstore change prisoners. The report that en ma from Madrid was that the exchange CHA. nOOKER, had been authorized, so it is surmised ETERINARY SUROEC V, that the Spanish, government has not i, uhiaU Ontario Viierinary ( Uege. yet found means of communicating its decision to Gen. lilanco at Havana. mart Dentistry and Sterility a specialty. recer ly accti- -i Some of the naval officers are pulling : t'tiri up stairs. o er store long faces over the projected promo i. Richmond Harness Co , East "tain bU, y hro.nl Ky. tion of Ilobson to the rank of lieutenant commander. 2sot that they object C. JASP2R. M. 1) . to his reward but they feci that it is Medicine and Surgery. hard that some means could not ba -- Collins Huildinir, Main-tree1i. found to do this without practicnlly innr at resi'Icnce (the Ciirr lace) on juring the 250 officers whom he will lSrtidway. Ketdcky. jump. Il 'IUiiND, The Cadiz fleet is being narrowly watched, although the naval view ia V. EVANS, M. D., not similar to that taken by tho army i The former do not attach as officers. much importance to this fleet as tho SOBGEOS, rilYSlCTAN AND latter and few of the officers can ba H IIVHS'D, found to lelievo that the ships will ever venture far from the Spanish DR. T. J. TAYLOR, les-attempt to much coast, go or Atlantic Prnrttiunier in ikdictne and Surtry, tho cross Tho list Philippines. Kemjcky. to tho Rl.llM.iSD of vessels in this fleet is rather formidfj - iITice and residence on Second StTct. able in sound, but as a matter of fact it includes not more than two up to aSSf AL SUP.G3P.Y. date modern war vessels, excepting the small torpedo gunboats. It is certainly the opinion of the naval officers Dt "OAtTvVwvc". ".o'osotv here that if Dewey had the Monterey with him he would have no difficulty DENTIST, in repulsing the whole Spanish force, KY. OP LOUISMIXH, only afGovernment is i)'!ice next door tohours 9 to Bidding, while the Cadiz fleet would steel bull 1 i. Ky Office ford pastime for Sampson's njrl" ly vWim mar-rclous- ly Key West, Fla., June 18. Further information from Pinar del Rio and Porto Principe shows that the Cubans are vigorous and the Spaniards are weakening. Gen. Diaz and other Cuban commanders have seized or destroyed all the tobacco in Pinar del Uio and have stored it along tho coast. San Antonio lighthouse wai wrested from tho Spaniards. AH wires of the Havanrv & Pinar del Rio railroad are cut. Tho two principal bridges between and Pinar del Rio were blown up by Diaz. A Spanish column was routed four weeks ego near J'inar del Rio City, 70 were killed, four tannons captured A turnpike and food was bridge between Cabanas and Muriel in Havana province was dynamited by Cubans. Thirty Spaniards v ere killed and three Cubans wounded. The sugar estate was raided and burned and the Spanish owner and guard of 15 were killed. Cubans have captured Spanish cattle in Havana and Pinar del Rio provinces. Cor-temi- sa ed. Castle Was fur Several Hours Possibly a. Spanish Leader Was Killed or Hob-so- u and Men Were Murd:rcd. llalf-Mxsi- mi ak8i0 POWDER Absolutely Puro YORK. ROYAL BAKINO POWOCR BACKS OUT. Spain Itefases and Him to Kxclintigo LTeuL Ilobson Other llravo Men of the Mcr. rlmac for p uiluli XrUoners. d I Irvine: ui.u be-hev- Washington, June 18. The following telegram has bisn received from Commodore Watson: "On the 14th 1 sent Ca?t Ludlow on the Maple, under fla;j of truce, with full power to negotiate exchange of Ilobson and the seven petty officers. Chief of staff answered by letter that after reference to Madrid the captain general will communicate by flag of truco. Capt. Ludlow will, if possible, have exchange ma le as desired and soon. (Signed) 18, 'Watsox." y via London. The Spanish torpedo boat Vincentc Yencz Pinzon left the harbor Friday morning to communicate to the American fleet Spain's refusal to exchange Merrimac prisoners. Havana, June Xur HitngeU by a M.ob. MoxtgomeIiy, Ala., June IS. A tele- 31-3- 0 debate phone from Wetumpka states that four of the prisoners taken from the jail there Thursday night were hung Friday morning at a point ten miles from Wetumpka and three miles from the scene of the crime. The four were Sol Jackson, Lew is Spier, Jesse Thompson and Camp Reese. The troops from here did not succeed in locating the prisoners, as the country is hilly, rough and wooded. The most of the night and Friday morning were spent in a sort of trial investigating tne crime and getting at the guilty ones. Inftnrgrnts Attack Mnntla. - After devoting an hour Thursday to the discussion of a bill restoring the annuities to the Slsston and Wahpeton bands of Sioux Indians, tbe senato resumed the consideration of the bill to Incorporate the International Amerlc-- n bank. A test vote on amendment clearly Indicated that a m irjority of the senate f ivors the measure. A final vote on It is expected Friday House The general deficiency bill was considered Thursday by tho house but was not disposed of. It probably will be taken up Friday and passed unless the private calendar is WASnutGTOx. 17 June Senate ur'ed. Washington. HM..S-D- Sec-7- 1 ipr7-l- t- June Sfnate The eign relations oominlttee, through Mr. Davis, the chairman, Fridav reported favorably to the senate tho Xewlands resolution for the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Davis announced his purpose of calling up the resolutions Saturday for consideration, but as the senate decided later to adjourn until Monday, the debate upon the resolutions will not begin until that time. The bill to Incorporate the International American bank, in accordance with the recommendation of the congress, which has occupied a greater part of the- senate's time this week, was pajsed by n vote of 28 to 23. The design of the measure Is to furnish such banking and exchange facilities as will promote trade between the United States and the countries of Central end South America. The bill provides that the bank shall have a capital stock of 23,000,000 and that tho capital stock may be Increased to 25,000,000. The lnstituttox in accordance with the terms of tbe bill, shall be under tho supen Islon.of the controller of the currency and in the character of the corporation, which the bill grants, certain privileges are accorded to the Incorporators In lew of advantages which are expected to accrue to those Interested In trade with southern countries. An amendment to the bill provides that any coterie ot citizens who comply with the requirements ot the charter may organize and establish an in18 for- London, June 18. The Madrid correspondent of the London Daily Mail says: "An official dispatch from Manila asserts that the insurgents have closed around the town and are the walled part where the defenders are still holding out, Tho insurgents have cut the water supply but the city has remaining wells available. Fighting is going on, all on the sea front, but the Americans arc tak ing no part in the attack." g Mobbing Jews. - Cracow, Austrian Galicia, June 18. The situation in the district of Gorlice in connection with the excesses is of the most serious character. Bands of men from other districts have reinforced the petroleum-worker- s and peasants of Gorlice and are attacking, plundering and burning public buildings. They have attacked the towns of lliecz and Gorlice, which had to be defended by troops. anti-Semit- Ken-uck- y. ris, More Destructive Than a Monitor. New Yohk, June 18. The United Sta.tes dynamite cruiser Vesuvius evidently began a new era in warfare when she made havoc of the Santiago harbor fortifications Monday night with three of her giant shells. Army and navy men are talking about her as ternational bank. deficiency bill occopled reverently as if she were supernatural. House the attention of the house Friday. It prob- Citizens generally compared her ably will not p ss the houe before Monday.tba session Saturday after 2 o'clock being set with Ericsson's monitor, and said she apart tor eulogies upon tho late Senator Har- is a hundred times more destructive. The-gencr-al of Tennessee. r Itrcrnlts Leate for Tampi. Five Thousand bji.iulartls Deserted. Atlanta, Ga., June 18. Out of the Key West, Fla., June 17. Informa 3,000 recruits at Fort MePhcrson, tion of a stirring nature has been reabout 500 were Friday startod for ceived by the Cuban Junta here from railway. Ubieta, secretary of tho Cuban civil Tampa over the Southern Every man was uniformed and equipis l'rincipe, Porto government. doomed. Blanco's conscripts, 5,000 ped, and Post Quartermaster Xormoyle 12-- 1 doirs. Four nice rooms for isnt. Call at Dental Olfice of Dr. lob-so- n, next door to postoffict. jyi. FRED SMITH. Dyspepsia Degrades its victims. It puts them in the power of the weakest organ of the body and makes them its slaves. They must eat to suit it, drink to suit it, and live a lenten life of self-deni- al. deserted, and went over to the Cuban army. The Spanish garrison at Nuevitas abandoned the city after burning- nearly all the buildings, The and retreated to Porto Principe. Cubans tore up the railroad tracks. Ubieta says more than 10,000 Cuban volunteers in Ifavana will turn on the Spaniards at the right moment. A small detachment, Ubieta says can force Porto Principe to surrender, as tbe Cubans are besieging tho place. strong-, announces that in future all recruits leaving Fort McPherson will be ready for active service. The new men continue to arrive at the rate of 153 a day. Ulg Fellow Arter It Alto. Washington, Juno 18. The secre- tary of the treasury Friday received a subscription for 10,000,000 of tho new bonds from a New York life insurance 0 company, inclosing a check for as required by the treasury regulations. S"id0,-00- DENTIST. over Collins' Grocery, same fSce lately occupied by Dr. W. IV. Bnrgin. Jmj-i- y HON. C. of Parker-so- T. CALDWELL, ri, W. Vs., Recm- - mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PAEKEESBDnG, AVER'S Washington, June 18. At the evening June ia Tho Munriirsuoiio, session the house passed 87 new bridge being built by the Illinois pension and relief bills, and in e Central across the Big Muddy river at of the whole disposed of Murphysboro has broken down under measures, among the latter one to, ina construction train, killing two men crease to 20 the pension of Dr. Mary and injuring four others, one or two Walker. of whom will likely die. Three Serlong Charges. OwENSnor.o, Ky., June 18. Ted Hall, The Australian Wheat Crop. alias George Grace, of Morganfield, Is Melbourne, Australia, June 1& Good rains which have fallen in this in jail here, charged with using the, colony have it is estimated, improved mall with intent to defraud, and also for. conducting a green goods game, the value of the wheat crop of 1 ,000,00a and for counterfeiting. I1L, com-mitteVic-torla-- by The llrldge llrokeii Down. Dr. Mary Walker's Pension Increased. Off Santiago uu Cuba, June IS, via Kingston, Jamaica, June 20. A careful inspection of the fortifications along the crest of the hills defending Santiago harbor since the. bombardment Thursday morning shows that the American gunners spread wreck and ruin everywhere. Some of the batteries were demolished beyond repair. The vultures which circled on level w ings over the hills as thick as swallows around a chimney for hours after the tiring ceased furnished gruesome evidence of the fatality ainong the Spanish soldiers. Hundreds of troops could be seen from the ships digging in mounds of earth piled up by the explosions of the projectiles from the heavy guns for bodies while their heads were fanned by tho wings of the black scavengers of the battlefield. There were two spots, one on the cast and the other on the west of the harbor entrance which were denuded of the foliage. The hill tops seem literally blown away. These marked the places where the 200 pound charges of gun cotton blown by the Vesuvius landed. But the most ominous token of death flew from Morro castle. The saffron flag of Spain was half masted for several hours. The significance of this is not known. It is not customary to half must flags, but possibly some Spanish leader was killed by the heavy fire of our guns, though some officers of the squadron bjlieve that the flag was half masted as a notification to the Americans that Lieut. Ilobson and hi brave men were dead. If such is the case they must have been wantonly murdered. The Spanish might seek to lay their death to the bombardment, but not a shot from tho American ships struck the fortress. Neither Adrn. Sampson nor Commodore Schley bjlieve that Lieut. Ilobson and his party have been killed. We hae 17 prisoners taken at incln ling a lieutenant, for reprisals or exchange. There w:is evident demoralization among the Spanish troops during the bombardment. Officers could be seen with drawn swords driving the men to the guns, but even then they could not be forced to stay so long as our guns were directed at them. The fifteen minutes' night work of the Vesuvius had shattered their nerves. It is be prolieved by some that the jectile fired from the Texas which was reported to have exploded the powder . magaz-.ncin one of the western batteries did not fall in the battery but went beyond and blew up one of the ships in the harbor. A dramatic incident of the bombardment was the act of a Spanish officer who bravely ran along the parapet under a heavy fire encouraging his men to stt.nJ by their guns. Shot and shell rained about him and after ono terrific explosion he was seen no more and the parapet had disappeared. He could not have escaped death. From the forctop of the Brooklyn, 2.9G0 yards distant, the men in the grounds could be noticed, but a minute later dust and flying debris would take their places and when the smoke cleared away only a spot of red earth could be seen guns and gunners had been swept away. It was tho most deadly an J destructive bombardment of the war thu3 far. Scarcely a shot from the big guns of the squadron went astray. The aim of our gunners was superb and not only were tho coast forts annihilated, but the. batteries on Cayo Smith, up the harbor, were destroyed. Had all the ships used smokeless powder as did the New Orleans there would remain no signs of guns or fortifications to Indicate that there had ever been any defenses there. There were no casualties in the fleet, although the ships held a fixed position as if inviting the Spaniards to fire ships' gunat them. The ners never worked with more enthusiasm. The words of Rr. Adm. Sampson were: "First silence the batteries on the shore and then continue firing until the fortifications are reduced." This order was strictly obeyed. It was the first timo that such instructions had been given and the men responded with a will. In SS minutes the order was given to cease firing and the message went to each ship from the admiral, "Well done," and tho officers and men turned in for breakfast. Every detail of the engagement had been executed to the letter, from tho opening fire by the New York to the last shot from the Iowa. The Spaniards were ' evidently surprised while strengthening their fortifications. Guan-tanam- o, 13-inhalf-strippe- Jfev KeutncKjr Vostmster. Washington, June 18. The following Kentucky postmasters were appointed Friday: Christianburg, Shelby county, Oscar V. Fry; Denny, Woyno county, Reuben M. Dcnney; Envy, county, Sherman Lyons; Hutchison, Bourbon county, Milton R. Jacoby; Minorsville, Scott county, Clias. T. Johnson; Sklnnersburg, Scott county, Andrew J. Brumbeck, Spruce-burWhitely county, Wm. B. Sears. Ma-goffi- in m AktSrVkl5S5K.iwss sr m 7& s i s g, 0 flr A Cloudburst. CO.. KEW THE EEBEJj ARMY. It is Said Gen. Gomez Can Concentrate Thirty Thousand Armed Men. A Definite Flan for the of the Troops Under Gomez With United States Forces When Time Comes Ky., June IS. Valley-viethis county, was visited by a cloudburst Thursday night W. T. Curtsinger's house, on Tattler's creek, was washed away, with all its contents. Part of John Vandurpool's house was wrecked. The R., N., I fc K. track, was submerged and trains de'ayed. No fatalities have been reported. V'ctorr fur the Sheriff. Frankfort, Ky.. June IS. The court of appeals rendered a decision In the case of the Western Union Telegraph Co. against Auditor Stone, holding that corporations which pay taxes on both franchises and tangible property do not pay both directly into tne state treasury. The taxes on tangible property are payable to sheriffs. Richmond, w, M m NOT TO HAVANA BUT TO JOE'S CORNER. & i$ i Biggersta & 9 "Wish to notiffVlQ-l- J ir- v2 - Oldham that in everything in the Furn- n " Ig V" - lias llcou Arranged. New York, June 20. Capt. Rafael Conte, of the Cuban army, has arrived at the headquarters of the Cuban Junta in this city with dispatches from Gen. Gomez. He was accompanied by a lieutenant of the "army of liberation." Dragged to Deivth br a Male. Mavfield, Ky., June 18. George Payne, a farmer of the Wingo section of this county, was dragged to death by a mule, lie was riding tho animal to the field to plow, and was thrown, and, one of his feet catching in the recently occupied by Joe, and cordially invite cvfnT- !., AT rrrnTT jiidv, muiuu iu tiR ju.i.u.uuj.notv;n,i'j KOOM, Corner Second and Irvine Streets, unv j li.i-t.C- their friends and patron . H-v- 48 "'"J latest importations -- nno "" ti rill nnd " "" .ntl ...... ,1111,1 inLiinr.f until 11C3U .....1 iiujJLtu yl ' iture Line d harness, he was dragged a considerable distance. lie was at last rescued, but Capt. Conte and his companion left lived only a few minutes. Gomez in Las Villas. The general Kentucky Tobacco Prospects. then had with him a body guard of Lexington, Ky., June IS. Horace only 00 men a cavalry escort. There was little food in the region whero Means, of Louisville, who travels over central Kentucky buying tobacco, reGomez was making his headquarters, so he did not mass any large number ports that the crop is mostly set out of men there, but had them spread and that the plants are In good shape. over a large extent of territory and W. B. Hawkins disposed of 18,000 directed their movements from his pounds this week at 13 cents. There has not been the usual acreage set headquarters. this season. He has all the. necessary arrangements made for the concentration of An Absurd Story. troops when the proper time comes, London, June 20. The Star Saturbut keeps them scattered and em- day published an absurd story from ployed in a guerrilla warfare in tho Paris to the effect that Capt Gen. Au meantime so that they may fktd food. gustl has informed the Spanish pre The captain claims that Gomez caa mier, Senor Segasta, that he has hand, concentrate 30,000 armed men in a ed Manila over to Adm. Didrichs, tho short time at any point where it is de- commander of the German fleet who sirable. There nrc several thousand has occupied the citadel and arsenal on more men who are attached to Gomez' the plea of protecting the inhabitants army, and are only waiting for arms from the insurgents. to be available for defensive or offenThe Landing of the Troop. sive operations. Washington, June 20. A few thouIn a skirmish with guerrillas about men will probably bo landed at three weeks ago, Gomez was wounded sand in the left arm by a Mauser bullet. Caimancra to reinforce the marines complete the capture of Guanta-namThe would healed quickly, however, and The remainder of the army in spite of the general's advanced age, , will land at one or more points near and when the captain left headquar-Washtcrs the old chief was able to use hl3 Santiago. Within a few slays ington will bo in diroct cablo commuarm as well as before he was hit. After leaving Gomez the envoys nication with Caimancra. The French Cable company has sent an expldition made their way to the sea coast, living n upon sweet potatoes and fruit which to pick up several ends of the an office line and For two they found along the way. days they were without food at alL there. The new line will be operated Finally they reached the sea coast be- by the French company. M. Itlbot Asked to Form a Cublnct. tween Matanzas and Cardenas nnd Paris, June 18. President Faurehos w ere taken by a fishing boat to a small cave, where they waited until a vessel invited M. Ribot to form a cabinet to which reof tho blockading fleet was reported, succeed the Meline minis-trwhen they put off in a row boat and signed on Wednesday last were picked up six miles off the coast The Cadiz Fleet Sails. The vessel which picked them up was the tug Osceola, Capt. PurcelL Madrid, June 18. There w as a feelThe Oaceola is one of the auxiliary ing of great optimism in ofScial cirfleet. They were nearly naked and cles here and in the lobbies of tho nearly famished when they were taken cortes owing to tho departure of Adm. on board the Osceola, but the officers Camara's fleet It is said in Madrid of the vessel supplied them with food that it consists of over 'JO ships, and clothing and carried them into including auxiliary cruisers, and it Key West From there they came on is added that it has an enormous quanat once to this city with their tity of war material on loard, including a mysterious new explosive. It is Gomez is now especially deslrons of also whispered that the (.quadron, receiving arms and food. It is under- when at sea, was to be dlvldc-- i and to stood that a definite plan for the co- proceed to different destinations. operation of the troops under Gomez THE MARKETS. with tho United States troops, when CiscJSNATJ, June 10 arrives, the time for such 2 TS &3V has been arranged between the general LIVE 4 40 4(0 Select butcher. and the war department at Washing- CALVKb Fair to good light... 5 10 (ft 8 25 3(0 ffiia ton. Meanwhile Gomez will keep his HOGS Common 3(0 ii 3 70 Mined pnekers 3 5 ft 3 Light shippers forces scattered. 3 3 0 SIIELP-Cho15 to 6 40 Capt Conte says that from informa- LAMM" Spring 4 10 3 ifi tion received from Gomez's spies it is GKAIN Wheat No. 2 red fta No-& 73 red known that in all tho garrison towns & 33 Corn No. 2 mlsed held by the Spaniards sickness is mako. 3 CTJi i 41 Ky No.2 it 9 i) ing great ravages among the troops. 9 15 UJ 611 The hospitals in Havana arc so over- PROVISIONS HfoKl'i rk 5 ' Lard crowded with sick that proper medical llUTTr.it-Ctolr- nli line oteani p 12 dairy co creamery.. 1'rlmo ft IS attention can not be given them, and AVl'F.KS to cho lunithcrn 2.r0 i 3 30 Nr of dead increases every l'OTATOnS New, per bid. .. 15 2 25 the number CHICAGOday. 4 00 4 M rr.OtITt Winter The coal supply of Havana is nearly GKAIN -- Wheat -- p.itento H2 M No. 2 red..... (ft exhausted, and what there is left has No. 3 Chicago tprtiitf 324 2 been taken in charge by Blanco, who COKN-N- o.No. 2 2T OATS 9 60 9 S has his officers supervise consumption. T5 5 5 The electric lighting company recently LAKD Steam NKW YORK. received an order to shut off their dy- rr.OL'11 Wmtrrpatent 13 0 12 0 9) namos at 9 o'clock 'so that the coal WHEAT Nik. 2 red CORN No. 2 mlxi-W 38 might be husbanded. Promptly at the RYK 57M 30 .. hour at which tho clectrio light works OATS Mixed mess 12 U) 11 5 PORK-Nis now in darkness. LAKD Western 6 37M shut down Havana o. Hay-tleTO ice BO KLOOK-.WlnlcrIa- Such As ft FOLDING BEDS Mantel. Upright, Combi- - SS22 nations and Iron something new. 2f BUFFETS The only thing of the kind ever ever exhibited in Richmond. CHINA CLOSETS Six different varieties including Bent Glass, Mirror Backs, &c. SIDEBOARDS Any style desired. EXTENSION TABLES From $3.50 to $40. CENTER TABLES 75c to $S.OO in Ash, Oak, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple and Mahog.in. VERNIS MARTIN These are exact reproductions of the tables used at Bradlev-Martiball and made and painted by hand See Them. CHAMBER SUITS In Mahogany, Hungarian Ash, Bird's-Ey- e Maple, Oak and Ash. GOc to $15.00. ROCKERS From DINERS At $3.00 to $15.00 per set. MORRIS CHAIRS $4.75 to $18.00. "S n We are too busy to ri e a full hst of our immoiico stock, but assure you that anthiBoa may need you can find at our new quarters. ? fiiifeiMiJM) Ijm Jpiip )iD)tek J J DAY TELEPHONE 76. NIUIIT TELEPHONE 67. When in the City Make Your Headquarters Vith BIGGERSTfifF OLD m 1 Jr j$b VM ANDY CATHARTIC CURKOriSTIPATIQN, 10 ALL SO I DRUGGISTS 3 Onto-N- ntia ffl&D nn 'rt ny easeof constipation. Caseartts are the Ideal Laxa-- I JRflT.TlTRr Y flTTSPI WPPn to UVMUUUAUU.L uuuiuuuuiw tire. vtTtT STif or rrtpe.Dat raate rairnatsralmalU. Sample and booklet free. Ad. STEr.LINfl HK31 EI)T ( ().. Chlrazo. Montreal. Can.. or.Vrt Tort. m. ?5 ooa JHUlUilLLUg - ZEBIOZEHZZiLCGSTT ST3T- c o cc o CC TO HO 77J-- G xJE Fur? v Got plf S- 'HL - O -i ew To Select a Site for a aillltarjr Camp. WAsnrNGTON, June 20. Secretary JlAInMOKE. FLOUR-ramllT..GRAIN-Wlinit-No- ...". .2 5 CO W. Va., 26, 199 January The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, Ohio. PILLS nt have been uijc Celery Capsules since Novj. them to Le as rectj. mended. flrst beiran taking thr. while at HotSprinis. Aik. under for Sciatic Rhenmati im." Liver td .uuiaui irouuie. imstipatwn whicIiT had been a long sufferer. I found le tlery Capsules gave me great relf ironi the beginning and have used tli, '.' ever since. Willi iQoC. .t liritea I recommend them to any at all suffering with like afflictions or eith. . mcu. very iruiyyoursr- W Gentlemen: I right's uer, 1S94, und find tnt-me- have cured many bad cases of dyspepsia they will cure you, if you are Buffering from that disease. Mrs. H. B. Anderson, 15 Williams Street, Grand Rapids, Mich., writes : " Avert Pffls oared rae of dysp&psia three frca lAkh I had Buffered for Baedi- They beat ewty other rears. ciM." Yfllow Jaundice Cured. Suffering humanitv should be supplied with every means possible for its relief. It is with pleasure we publish tbe following: "This is to certify ihnt I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow Jaundice for over six months and was treated by enmo of tho best physicians in our city and all to no avail. xIr. Bcli, onr drug- Leisr. recommended jiiiectnct miners, nnd niter taking two Domes j. was entire ly cured. I now take great pleasure in recommending them lo any person sufam fering with this terrible malady. yours, M- - A. Hogarty, Lexgratefully Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery lias been made nnd that too, by a lady in this Charles T SoldbyT.S Hsgan, Drncrist. Pric Callatdnd ... , ..cp iwunpie. c - Zr"PeI w- AVER'S PULLS Cure JOS. a Wanted-- An ?wit - dea oi mi l7hocs&tblfi Bom wruj. thl&vtnrvMtnZTf tiki . i - , i - , r '.-i- m j 6'u,h . .o bttwr i.ior fhii.v tareSiSJSgf gii. country. ''Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests, but her vital organs were undermined nnd death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. Iving's New Discovery for Consumption, and was so much relieved on taking night and "that I first dose, bqttiesshe slept all absolutely j lias been with two cured. Her Same is Mrs.XutherJ.ut2 ington, Ky." ji f ? Hamnick & Co., of & Thsaas J)rngj?t Thus writes W,C. . Sold by T&fy C. -- Trial bottles frttfT at Shelby, Sn'cceason, o W. G. Whitj ji. Jf 1 t Terry &. Thomas' Drug Store. SacCes- check ?ihjfW,vwbMe. ,Jteguia!ieW8 -- Physicians xre aHd$UWair bottle jptftrantaca. fc . . ,.?.?'?:-.- .. n'laa ffliui T Ti.v'rT-- -v 1. HMIJMI AOg WWB..,r?Bi-- , will -- 3TV4 Alger has appointed a board of officers 32 32M consisting of First Lieut M. W. Rre No. 2 western r 10 4 CATTLK Klrl ti 4 '40 Rowell, of the Fifth cavalry, and First HOOS Woteru quality 4 W 4 40 A Manifesto In Favor of Poace. A. R. Joyee, the adjutant of. tho INDIANAPOLIS. Madrid, June 20. The Spanish pa- Lieut SO No. 2 States Volunteer in- GHAlN-Whpers Saturday published a manifesto Tenth United &'.i Oirn N'v 2 mixed... fantry, to proescd to Sugar Loaf 27 Oatv-N- o. 2 mixed. in favor of peace. There is much coma view to the selection mountain with LOUISVILLE. ment here over a long conference 3 75 a 4 00 of land suitable for a mili- If LOU ft- - Winter patent 75 which the British ambassador has just of a tract W No.2rcd tary camp. Sugar Loaf mountain is L ao K4 "TO M1XCU had with the minister for war. 28 Oils MUcd not far from Harper's Ferry, Va., which locality the war department has Gen. Joral Iteportetl Killed. Victims of the Mutual Life Insurance Off Santiago, June 20. Spies re- considered as offering several eligiblo port to Adm. Sampson that the Span- locations for tho assembling of larga Company, which collapsed f.t Indiau-apoli- s, will receive about CO jier cent. ish Gen. Joral and several officers were bodies of men. killed by the gun cotton explosions at Accused of Gate Kiildlnir. Camara's fiet has started, Now for the first trial of the batteries of the Lancaster, Ky., June 18. Friday another marine phantom. Vesuvius. Judge Burnsldc held William Wrcnn in 500 bond to answer the charge of Corporation Flnetl tslOO Kich. tollgate raiding one week ago. The Hopkinsvimj:, Ky., June 18. The testimony is very strong, the keeper Crescent Mills Co., the Planter's bank, and others stated that he was present In Effect May I, 1S9S the Mammoth Clothing Co. and the and fired a shot w hen recognized. It DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. Pembroke Deposit bank, indicted for is thought that he will surely be conEAST BOUND. failure to register with the secretary victed. of state, confessed judgment and were Lve Frankfort A Midget. Coru-MU- Southern cd. OBts-Nu2w- hltc Wheal !! 'W 6 CO KH OO1 NIU MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN eal S) GRKNITEKLWBS OF7VCON75VYeiMTS, AM) ALL CEMETERY WORK. For further particulars, prices, i&c, address, UICAIN-WhI cat Madijoi) MofliJii,ei)tal Worfo. mchZt'ly Winter Schedules IN EFFECT SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH. Mm Mm;. QUEEN & CRESCENT EOUTE. 2-4 ' Ilosrs Cincinnati to New Orleans aad Jacksoavflla 109 FINEST MILES SHORTEST. VESTTBULED TWAINS fr. si lt &&$ ti: SwiUer. ,6 51 Georgetown, JCy., June 18. Mrs. Stamping; Ground. i7 02 Convention Favored Fltzriatriek. il7 08 Stanton Portwoocf, of this city, gave Duvalls.... ... 17 20 " Georgetown.. PAINT8VILLK, Ky.t Juno IS. The birth to probably tho smallest child Lve Georgetown....... 4i80Q . if 8 12 democratic precinct convention of this born.in Scott countyr Itis a boy, per- Arr Newtown-....- ,. .. -- 3U22 Centreville county Inct.jr'riday and practically in- fectly developed, 13 inches long and ' Elizabeth . ,.. Pari dorsed Hon. T. Y. Fitzpatrick," the weighs one and a half pounds, with its WHST BOUND, ji present incumbent, as candidate for clothes on. It bas'ljecn named "Dewey fE.ra. congress to be acted on by the. district' Ilcbson Portwooi 1939 Lve Paris " t An ,g OS Arr Bliiabeth , convention. -- J'a as l'owers a "Hostler., 946 : Newtown...... ' "Lkxington. Ileqtilred ltecrnlt been red. Ky,, Juno.. 18. Adjt MOT ' acoTgetovra. JBAEBoaBsViEi.jc Ky.. , ,m L,e u Powers r!ruittng,orHor forth See- - Arr Dtwalta. 1ti. ,.M MM Lieut Twit,Uy, of ro aoI liatdtlijin ri t.h. &Anni Vatujlev i ry, WjpiflCJU. ,&nt 3d jBeohoiB. heh ? was ormea TttwtefW.fantnee' Ito&tiff to CttftkM. ,? fined S100 each. Elkhom .. Through. Pullman Service is unequalled. Cafe Parlor and Observation Cars daily. Standard Vestibuled day Coaches. Get your tickets via the Queen & Crescent Route W. C. RINEARSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt, Cinciinati, 0. SOUTH IN THE . A -- k - J.-i- Jn from 'Rowdl's Newspaper Directorif. cireuWBtooted "The WohiRond, Ky Cmxax, weekly, is emitted. to &a -- ..' . jf- - -'- . xtJttmtm lrll.ML&Uir .ji l. t-- 5 "ISfSr r.3.. sSM- .jfc'?' ". 1" -- -- J ?! rjiaiwftfMiMi we,nuwr wye i :. v -- pifer in HUHOAimM MmmtmMtir : wW i"i a -- V JwTeai fejg-- B '.: " :& ;' miat - , . o V il 5? . T S&. ,xs .' "V. - - SU r i3 IwalvS &"-- iA. rT" I r - iP$. UXUL V "' 'TT"! ' i. . 1 " L LLll .1 '.TdWhC'T': ..,. .'J "" jiXliillST """ ""oiM The Richmond Climax. rUBLXSHEDZVEKY WEJJNK8DAY BY Sill ' The Climax Printing C E. WOODS. Associate Editor. Go. M j .ms-- zx PRICK PER YEAlt, $1.50. 22, Uncle Sam WEDNESDAY. JUNE i?9s. W2 ""- - "- m " v r JL 2s$kteimsrf .&&? WZffiiM&zXT aj rM rnais m& fKil i Says .i. i. iM km t?!il!K iWe yo. Advertise Facts yyQ"nw wfT& Awyaywvy 1 a 1 jv mimm: rfsWsWWm m K bEaS"V "rcJLJBEB& FOR CONCRESS. We are aulhoriied to Announce Hox. James B. McCbeabt, of Madison count;', a candidate for Congrers in the Eighth district; subject to the action of the Democratic party. mch30-t- f We are authorized to announce J. B. Thompson, of Mercer county, a candidate for by the Democratic party for Representative in Congress from this, the 8th District. SIPK.m A d .v 'm ' i Js&'-GZ&- r America's fSsl Greatest Medicine. W&lillra i &! m smmat 'H? i if &f ITif j j -- SA i is -- ? vsai i i Hox. E. K. Settle was nominated for Congress in the Seventh district, Wednesday, to 6uccced himself. He is a tried and true Democrat, had no opposition and will win his raceagainst any Republican the party can put out. iPMI 8 It will vi u Sharpen Your Appetite, m tin uhh Purify and isjbm jkibuibb Vitalize Your Blood. Overcome That Get a bottle of Tired Feeling. Hood's Sarsaparllla and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the great good It is sure to do you. 81 h .Mr. .ar-b :! m ml vnrtise inferior soods at a rf fe n. miiaLiIrA nQ,.fn;n ir rlissnt.isfsifition than iroods that looks well ,?. - nffon "Rllf. j- -. i, nr.v. mm i?- iiii;i it'll t cuiiuuui 10 uiitu vonl ovtraimnnnno iwu vuiiuuuvv ,. ti tr& vvche:in price. - . , r ;" -- s but is Notlim ' iumh "Ss t .! ! y. ?- IS &rS W susum ;- m m mi i i x f fii ej h m jvvv k m h r tt 9 lira fli a a Gutv. tn -- &. i"ii iiaaa tisiaji w i mm 1 miw. n ii nsesa&ji iBMiguew: .R. ii m.mMtti c .. iiifjzj iei3 11 tra t-- m& : ass asm mmmm 7 I ury will hear the little sum of $00,000,-00- 0 in interest before they can be paid. This is an expensive luxury. There is as little need of a bond issue as there is of pneumatic tires on a road roller. "We have received from Secretary Gage a circular explaining how every American citizen who jo&sesses $20 may become a bloated bondholder, andcutoif coupons to his heart's delightIf any of our readers think they have $20 to expend for bonds, let them first look at the date opposite the name on the margin of the Democrat and see if thev are not insolvent to the tune of a dollarorso Cynthiana Dem The $21)0,000,000 of bonds to he isued at once by the Secretary of the Treas- uHob, "I insist upon S&wpsow,' If America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla druggists. AU make a wonderfully strong combination. "We wish first to call j'our attention our SHOES for both Ladies' and Gentlemen. Nothing is so generally appiv.-nted as a really arood shoe sold CHEAP. Men's Fine Satin Lined Calf Shoes, lace and congress, new goods, guaranteed in every part, will out wear any, sold elsewhere for $2.00 our a&z mm. Said Schley at the table, with a bottle of real Old Cervera between them, palling the cork." "No, no, Schley, please let me pall it. I expected this would be bottled up before long, and I've had a new corkscrew make expressly for this occasion." 'Now, boys," quietly put in Undo Sam, who was the guest of honor of the occasion, "you've both of you got a pretty good pull, and I haven't lost my whole pull yet, either, so what do you say to all three of us pulling together?" "All right, Uncle Sam, let er go, but look out that the cork don't hit you." "Well, drawled Uncle Sam. "if I thought there was any danger of my getting hit, I'd take a hatchet and KNOCK the neck of the darned thing off, but I don't want to be called a knocker." can This only goes to shows that Uncle Sam, and Uncle Sam's-so- n Schley the enemy easily enough, but the question is whether to smash the bottle or SAVE IT TO USE AGAIN. That's all right, to figure on saving when a thing runs up into millions, and Spain's fleet WOULD be a pretty good addition to our navy; bat the place to goto save money on Shots for Ladles', Gentlemen, Misses and Children's Is RICHMOND, was tragic. Dr. Letcher died as the result of a full; Dr. Barkley was found dead in his be J; and Dr. Foster discovered dead in his office. It seems as though fate, tho Universal Kismet, has lain wait for my friends, as well as for my relatives. 1 nlinnf. received from New York a full line of Laces, Madras .,v...oJ1.u..vv i y Cloths,TTmrn Percales, Dimities, Ribbons, Belts, Corsets, Hoseiy and the like. Will - K v V o price Ladies' Cincinnati made Shoe, button and lace, kid and cloth tops, heel or $ spring heel, made to sell at $2.00; our price 1 ." ' . ASTfe ' 1 . 'JUL '" , . M vB 3C M alone of the quartette am left, knowinp not what the Aegis of destiny may have in store for me. quote you some prices on lace which will surely interest 12 3011: a u 5 First Meeting With Dr. Foster. I meet Dr. Foster first, in the office Yards Torchon Lace for 5c. 12 Yards Torclion Lace for 10c. 12 Yards Wider Torchon Lace 20c. Swiss Edge for 3c. a yd. With every Five ($5.00) Dollar purchase we give a beautiful picture. Also with a Ten ($10.00) Dollar purchase n larger picture framed lilt ready to hang up. ($25.00) Dollar purchase we give an elegant piece With a Twenty-fiv- e or a beautiful bronze clock. Call in and bee us. furniture Yours Kespt., 1 ocrat. m m m E i L P an apology, emanating from the editor of the Kentucky Gleanor, a prohibition w eekly published at Beaver Dam, Kentucky: "Last week we made mention that some "dirty skunk" was selling whisky here. Hiley Simmons met us Saturday we called him bad evening and names, and if it appeared in the paper again he would kill us. Desirous of putting the execution day off as long as possible it is to be regretted that such reflections were cast on an innocent is pole-cat.- This Wallace & Rice KENTUCKY. iwmm of Dr. David Bennett iu Lexington. He was a student 'of medicine, I but a boy. He won my heart by his pleasing and afTable manners, and we were I have evtr afterward friends. watched his career with pride and admiration, for I knew that ho had the elements of success iu him, and in this ace of iconoclasm, it is gratifying to know that I had one paragou that the hand of time or contumely has not shattered. ft H s x- 3 ' T McKee Corner, Richmond, Ky. His Struggle For Position. A game Doctor in Richmond at the time Dr. Foster settled there, was an innovation. The people were not prepared for it. There were many who wished him well, but he, being only a "young doctor," they were loath to employ him. The same old struggle that those whose names are now emblazoned in lustry, have undergone, was his the struggle for bread, for fame, for fortune. How well he waged this war, those who followed his bier in gratefull appreciation can testify. For several years I have not seen Dr. Foster, but I have kept trace of him through the journals and societies of our craft. I have read Iiis articles; all I have admired, some I have differed with, none have I wholly disapproved. On the day that I heard of his death, I was reading his discussion of a paper, at the Maysvillo meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Society. How crisp and lucid even his statements, how epigrammatic his sentence, how true iiis logic. n sixty-thre- CO ? $ " per The unfitness of ninety-eigh- t cent of McKinley's appointments as H If M .J army officers is shown by this amusing extract from the Lancaster Kecord. whose editor visited Camp Thomas last week: This is but a sample of the almost n total unfitness of tne ollicers which have been apiointed. 'iheir ideas of warcfarc is about on a par with the uhote referred to general's idea of horsemanship. A regular army man said to us a lew days since, "1 would ratherJlM.' in au epedemic of cholera, with a lawyer as a doctor, than be under any one during hostilities who was not a trained and educated hand-me-dowbol-dier.' BRYAN AND THE WAR. In his speech at the dedication of the Nehraska huildinj; at the Omaha Exposition, Hon. William J. Bryan said: "History will vindicate the position taken hy the United States in the war with Spain. On baying this I assume that the principles which were invoked in the inauguration of the war will be observed in its prosecution and conclusion. If a contest undertaken for the sake of humanity degenerates into a war of conquest we shall find it ilillicult to meet the charge of having added hypocriey 'o greed. Is our national character so weak that we cannot withstand the temptation to appropriate the first piece of Land that comes within our reach? 'To inflict upon the enemy all possible harm is legitimate warfare, but shall we contemplate a scheme for the colonization of the orient merely because our fleet won a remarkable victory in the harbor of Manila? "Our guns destroyed a Spanish fleet, but can they destioy that truth, that governments derive their just powers, not from superior force, but from the consent of the governed? "Shall we abandon a just resistance to European encroachment upon the we.stern hemisphere in order to mingle iu the controversies of Europe and Asia? "If others turn to thoughts of aggrandizement and yield allegiance to those who clothe land covetousness in the attractive garb of 'national destiny,' the people of Nebraska will, if I mistake not their sentiments, plant themselves upon the disclaimer entered by Congress and expect that good faith shall characterize the making oi peace as it did the beginning of the war. Goldsmith calls uon statesmen " To judge how wide the limits stand Betwixt a splendid and a happy land.' ' If some dream of the splendors of a heterogenous empire encircling the globe we shall be content to aid in bringing enduring happiness to a homogeneous people consecrated to the purpose of maintaining 'a government of the people, by the people and for the people.'" self-evide- nt " The present war will result in the building of a powerful navy and one that will command fur this country the respect of all the nations of the world. The war will also cause Ongrcss to pay attention to the advise of army and naval officers' whose and coutemp-uousl- y it has ignored. Commenting on this fact the l'iiisburg Dispatch tnys: "We are uudoubtedlv slow in some tilings in this country in the way of preparation, trusting to luck. For ten yeais naval olfi ers have been urging the necessity of smokeless powder, hut Congivss refused the necessary What lus been the result? At Cienfuegos and San Juan dense smoke gathered about our vessels. The gunners could not sec. Torpedo boats could have drawn near. Eu eloped in the smoke of ;tj own, firing our vessels after the firing of a few guns had lost half their efficiency and half their safety. The location of the enemy's mask batteries could be determined only by the flash in limn:, and that was not always visible. It N queer the Spaniards b lould lead us in smokeless powder." intn-ii-ttiitl- y appio-priniiorib. CiF.Brower&Co Main and Broadway. i) leaijis Move. News is being heralded through the county by this week's papers of the probable departure from our floors in the next few days of the articles mentioned below. Look at these prices they are money savers and will surely prove valuable t-- you if you will investigate. We have taken from our large stock of chamber suits and marked for special selling this week 5 patterns. They are rare values. cheval suit, 18x40 mirror, bed, curley birch. This suit has been marked to sell for $30. This week's price will be $20 00 1 full-siz- e 1 suit of Birch. Price has been $ 40. This week you can buy it for. ....$30 00 There is a suit here in Natural Maple I -- with miirors on dresser and washstaud that has never been offered for less than $ 40. This w eek will close it $23. ALSO A S50 suit for $35 00 $100, of$00 00 A sold mahogany suit, value fered this week for r. . " COOLING THINGS. Refrigerators, 15 patterns, $8 to Ours are the best. $18. HAMMOCKS. Just opened three bales Prices from WW ftWMv My , Carriages -- , j ' t i &. U I.F.bwMCo., ... . '.j - , i The Richmond Climax ought to know that kissing goes by favors in newspaper directories. If wo were foolish enough to buy a page advertisement in one of them we could get our circulation rated at a million or any oilier number we wished. "We have no dealings with advertising agents and give them all the marble heart. They tr to get even by rating usas low as possible. That is we hear they do, we never see one of their newspaper direc tories Stanford Jonrnal. Let's see. "Ve editors say advertising pays and yet some of us won't practice what we preach. The Climax inserted 6aid 55 ad. and has been amply repaid fact. And yet it made its claim in good faith, swore to its figures, and believes now there is but one paper in the Sth Congressional District with a larger circulation our esteemed Interior Journal. The Department of the Interior. Bureau of Pensions, is sending out circulars in which it is claimed that recent investigation had by the Bureau to ascertain the methods employed by public officials in executing pension vouchers, has demonstrated an almost total disregard of the laws and regulations governing the subject. The circular says: "While it is believed that many officials who assist in the execution of pension vouchers have no conception of their criminal liability, it is equally certain that many others to secure an advantage in the nnmerical number of their clientage, knowingly and wilfully resort to violations of the law. To the end that the former class may profit by this notice, this circular is issued." Notary Publics should read care fully and follow strictly instructions printed on each oucliers. We see that such papers as the Courier-Jourqand Times are pushing John Young Brown for Governor at the ensuing election. If ho really has any hope of again being Governor, the sooner he silences such allies the bettor. He certatniy teit the weignt oi their influence when he ran for Congress In The Louisville district in '00 and let Walter Evn ns beat him out of sight. A recommendation of any man to the Democratic party by those papers de serves to be treated with contempt, for it carries with it a grave suspicion. They know that bravo Wult Hardin knightly Jo Blackburn and gallant Bryan went down without Browu even opening his mouth for his party's sake, and go, do most of the Democrats in Kentucky know it, and not so soon- will they forget it. Any attempt upon the part &f these pa)H:rs to push any man to the front will be met by a stubborn rtiiUuce that the money powers no matter what hie pretention are- - MwoeratowiU see to bo main m fWwiB'Bted to aorloJBee Vha. U ic al ex-Go- v. PERSONAL.. Mr. It. L. Gentry was over from Lex ington bunday. Master Robert Carse is spending the summer iu Chicago. Miss Florie Chenault is visitinir in Versailles this week. Mr. Cas Tribble visited friends and relatives here last week. Mrs. Waller Bennett snent last Fii- day with relatives in Paris. Miss Elene Hiatt, of Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Bessie Turley. Miss Mary Pattie left Monday for a vibit to relatives in Frankfort. Miss Willie Donnv is the guest of Mrs. Mack Crow, of Versailles. Mr. Koy Roberts, of this city, is attending the Berea Commencement. Mr. L. R. Blanton and family have returned from Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Annie Cohen, of Versailles, is the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Mat Cohn. Miss Elizabeth Barret, is visiting her brother, W. G. Barret, of Louisville. Mr. were accompanied home by Mrs. J. D. Dykes and daughters. Col. James W. Caperton, a prominent lawyer and financier of Richmond, was at the Phoenix last niglu. Lexington Herald, June 19. Miss Bessie Cropper left Monday, after a visit of several weeks to Mrs. Dr. Jasper, for Lexington, where she will visit and attend Chautauqua. Messrs. Joe Giunchigliani, Cy Douglas, Ted Burnes, Field White, Douglas Par-ri- s and John Harris left Monday for Lexington to attend the State L. A. W. meet. The Climax received from an unknown friend, presumably Mr. Frank Olay, an invitaton to the 77th Commencement of Columbia University, Washington, D. C. Miss Bessie Miller, of Richmond, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Winn Miss Mary B. Miller aud Mrs. Wooten are vistitiug relatives in Richmond. Winchester Democrat. Announcement is macit. "f the wedding of Mr. Robert Lee INvsbitt, of Lebanon, and Miss Jennie Louis Platy, of Belle Plaine, Iowa. The groom is associate editor of the Lebanon Enterprise. A. B. Oldham was called to Richmond on business Tuesday Miss Caroline Reed returned Wednesday from a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Richmond. Mt. Sterling Sentinel Democrat. Mrs. Mary B. Clay is rejoicing in the company of her thiee sons, Mr. Frank Clay, of Washington, D. C, Mr. Green Clay, of Cincinnati, and Prof. Clay Herrick, of Cleveland, who is accompanied by his bride. The Columbia (Mo.) Herald says that Professor John M. Buruam left lastTues-da- y for St. Louis, going thence to Kentucky. Professor Burnam is expected shortly to visit his Burnam and Hume relatives here in Madison. Mr. J. Stone Walker and bride arrived on Saturday from their bridal tour to Kew York and other eastern cities. They were accompanied home by Miss Carlisle Walker who has been attending an eastern school. During the commencement of Washington and Lee University, Miss Belle McDowell, of this city, Miss Laura Estill, of Lexington, and Miss Rosa Robinson, of Louisville, attended the Final Ball, the chief social event of the T. B. Crooke, T. J. Tribble, D. W. Tribble and S. H. Thorpe, Jr. Kicholas- ville, Democrat. Mrs- - Sam II. Stone gave an eleaant reception to her lady friends at her home on Main street, South Side, Thursday, from 4 to 7 p. m. She was assisted in receiving her guists by Frank II. Johnson aud Lucas Brodhead and Misses Annie Thomas, Kate Overton, Katherine and Lillian Lindsey. About ono hundred and fifty ladies of the city and vicinity attended. The table decorations were green and white. Frankfort Uoundnbout. Mr. Christopher Field Clay, son of Mr. Brutus J. Clay, of this city, has just been graduated with the degiee Bachelor of Laws, from the University of Colorado. We gain this information from a program of the commencement exercises sent us by Mr. Wilson M. Shafer, of Sardinia, Ind., the champion college orator of Colorado for Another son of Mr. Clay, Mr Orville Martin Clay, is taking a special course at the Colorado University. The first honorary degree ever conferred by this University, as bIiowu by the catalogue. was that of Doctor of Divinity, given to Rev. W. E. Hamilton, who afterwards preached in this city; the beloved an u eloquent pastor of the Second Church. Mes-dam- es Characteristics. Dr. Foster was a student, a gentleman, and a humanitarian. His knack of making friends was wonderful, his ability to remember names and faces, marvelous. A keen insight into human nature was one of his strangest points, his equanimity of temper conduced greatly to his popularity. He was mild of manner, cheerful iu disposition, and his conversation was always elevating He entertaining. and seemed always to touch upon tho topics of most interest to his hearers, or it may hae been, that his magnetic personality clothed what ho said with special interest to them with whom he conversed. He never exhibited malice no mattei how keenly he had beed wronged. He was kindhearted and generous. He loved his fallow man! The poor he treated without compensation and did good work. He was courteous, sympathetic and encouraging. He was convivial with his associates, frank with his friends, and honest with himself. His work was conscientious, his research profound, and his energy tireless. It will be long before Richmond sees his like again. He died in the harness. His work is finished. His pillow is a broken column. Ho is no more. '1)5-- 0. Prp&by-teria- TRIBUTE AND BY TO DR. FOSTER'S MEMORY, PERSONAL .REMINISCENCES, DR. W. B. PIGG OF INDIAN TERRITORY. IIakdixg. At her home in Irvine, Thursday, Mrs. Sallie Harding, aged e yeans. It's, poor logic to airree t A lexaxiiek. J a m e s A Iexander, years, died at his aged eighty-eiiiall meats arealike. Ournie..'-ar- e home on (Jow Creek, Eslil! county, the best. Wekilltii--- last Wednesday. His wife proceeding ,1 tvXiUBMa cla.--.. cattle, is why we li.i him to the gravo only a few weeks ago. Smith. Mrs. Maria Hughes Smith aiw.iys enjoyeu a goou M.,i. l died June 1, at Payette, Howard counof Richmond's pat n hi.il- . ty Mo. She was the wife of B. H. that have not fa-Smith, uncle of Mrs. James V. Smith, of this city, and Mrs. Mary Smith us with orders in the p. of Danville. will he convinced, Quisexbury. Thacker Quisenbury, us a trial order thatour Be hi . aged SI years, a prominent citizen ot Clark county, and a brother of Mrs. M. and othet Mutton. T. Evans, ot thL'i citv, died at Winches- Meats, are ;iot excelled by any market. ter on June 2, after a long illness, a wife and seven married children survive. Deceased was born and reared in Clark, and at ono time owned the vegetables such as Beans, Pot at s. Peas, Cabbage, Omocs. Walnut tJrove firm, a beautiful place, Ac, Ajc., can be found in our market ai an timis. Thanlaag you for past i and known to till the citizens of the solicit a continuance of same. county. His wife was Miss Amelia Mitchell, of Jessamine county. Telephone I03. telephone message Mackey BuiM nu Ballard. A from Lexington an- may25-iMonday morning nounced the sad deatli in that city of Mrs. Alice "Wright Ballard, wife of John U. Ballarc, son of Capt. 1. 1'. I.? Ballard, of this place. Deceased had A J w eeks from IV. been a sufferer for several fl. S.TKaWct t. paralysis of the brain, caused by a fall M "s? 5 recehed some months ago. She was MANAGER. forty-twyears old, and leaves a husband aud six children to mourn her 4C loss. The burial took place at l.exiug Best $2.00 and $2.50 ton yesterday. i la Heathman. At the homo of her House iu Louisville. son-i- u law. 15. B. Million, .Million Station, Saturday, Mrs. Serilda Healhmau, m M M aged about seventy years. Deceased Jll was a member of the Christian church w3k "?S (l 73 aud an estimable woman. She leaves - m mch2 one daughter, Mrj B. B. Million, with whom she has made her home for several years. After funeral services at the residence by Rev. O. J. Young hor remains, followed by a long prod cession were interred in the Cemetery. . ht mmmmM. RichmondM DEATHS. . arkei - 'rfa It rWrfSFM fAi ih 'i Wal-de- Ihoe i n, bygii' Pork Fresh Fish Recieved Daily. "VSD.. Douglas, M Home-grow- n y V3D.VaTti.oU ,r re o ". mutt pteSsBg; 'j t.k, Itieh-mon- WWWWWM& I Will Keep "Ee !u i EUdcst, a Ceitlemai, i Eiajsitirin." Editor Climax: year. oi fcomerset. John Hooe Russell, of Huntington, W. Va., visited relatives here last week. Miss Elsie Burns, of Cynthiana, is the guest of her cousins, Miss Harts, last week. Mrs. Ellen V Uibson is the guest of her niece, Mrs jLmcy kj. liictiardson Mrs. Nathan Bayless, Jr., and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, are guests of Mrs. Embry, in Richmond Miss Olive Fant, of Fleming8bnrg, was in the citv Wednesday afternoon en route home from a visit in Mt. Sterling and Richmond. Bourbin News. came in last Monday evening ana will spend some time in Corbin with his Mr. Hugh Hagan, of Richmond, Rev. W. It. Lloyd is attending the State Meeting of the Christian church at Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Tevis Wilker&on, of Lexington, was the guest last week of her mother ' Mrs. Sallie Russell. Miss Bessie McGinn, of Versailles, is theguestof her sister, Mrs. John R. Pates, on Broadway. Mrs. Minnie Moberly, of Harrods- burg, is visiting Mrs. George s at the Glyndon. $t MissMattie Brown, of North Carolina, is the guest o her brother, Corze-liou- Brown. Miss Gladys White Perry, left yesterday for several weeks visit to relatives in Kicholasville. Mr. Harry Blanton has returned home from Louisville, when he has been studying dentistry. Miss Maude E. Ward roper has returned to Lexington after a week's stay with relatives here. Miss Annie Wagers, of Irvine, was the guest several days last week of her aunt Mrs- - Claud&Smitlw - can-nottU- ,ittlit -- IF ;r r.S.,Sr WSB JS&r&' pleasantly remembered here, having visited Mr. anu Mrs.. Daniel M. Chenault. She is a beautiful blonde aud will uphold Kentucky's reputation for fair women'. :Misfl, Schlegel, of Richmond, is visiting Mrs. E. Zllhart ...W. B. Smith and Judge Chenaulfc,, of Richmond, .. were in towu Tuesday Mrs. A H. iuivuuiuu. Master Kit CovingtoE, JHciimond, Severahee.inee Miss Fldrie'Heafch, who attended tlie'aockl gives by Edna haalKsen"quite ilHatthw ragWenco of Broaaugh yeeferday. JesetuBtae - herunck, Jobntabry; te some Better. wm her Jm mtsVatnA- r nV . v i Mr LetfaerDyjief olCfctrk; SiiadJr..r;.AnjMfee Btotmwrt vi JklrvTuid em muTinim aam wet. . k. HmA. wv M ! W. B. Shacketfcrd, T. T. toviwiu. a i ' , .. -- to friends in Estill county. Mrs. Driver and Miss AnniePearson, both of Montgomery, Alabama, are vkiting Mrs O. A. Kennedy Mbs Marie Bainey, after a visit of beeral. weeks to Mits Berdio Zariog, left Monday for Pulaski, Tenn. Mr. Waller Traynor, who recently moved to lioxington with his string of trotters, Was hereon Sijuday. Mrs. J.T. Pryor and daughters. 3is6es Janle and Frances, are "visiting rela-- l Mrs. Everett Witt and little daughter returned home Saturday from a visit brother, J. J. Hagan, the drtiggipt. Hugh has many warm friends here among the young people, and especially among the fairer sox. Corbin News. Mr. D. M. Stephenson returned Monday night from Punta Gordo, Fla., where he built a handsome frame house for F. T. Perkins, formerly of this place. Mr. Stephenson tells us that Mr. Perkins and family are well and more than pleased with their new home. Prof. S. F. Miner, the efficient band master and instructor, and for the past ,nix months with the Richmond Military Band, left yesterday for his home at Highland, Kansas. The band turned out aud escorted him in royal stylo to the depot, demonstrating their high appreciation for bis untiring efforts in placing them equal to the best musical talent in Kentucky. Mrs. Annie Clay Crenshaw, of Va., is expected in this city this week to visit het mother, Mrs. Clay will probably spend the summer jn Lexington and at her farm in Madison. She will be accompanied by her two lovely little daughters. Miss Laura Clay will leave In a few days for Madison, to look after her wheat harvest She is as famous as a farmer as an Equal Rights advocate. Lexington' Observer. Col. John 3i)yd, of Lexington, President of the Confederate Veteran Association of Kentucky, has selected Miss Anna Johnson, of Mt. Sterling, as Maid of Honor to represent the Kentucky Division at the meeting at AtEich-mond, When the Associated Press heralded the news across the country, that Dr. John M. Foster, a prominent and surgeon, of Richmond, Kentucky, had been found dead in his office, there were many hearts made sad, and many friends were bereaved by his Vale I Uow't, is This! untimely end. Sweet be the memory of niy"cher-ishe- d Wc offer Ono Hundred Dollars ReA way down in the Indian Territory frind. May he rest in peace, and ward for any cas-- of Catarrh that canthelightling flash the words"Dr. Foster bo cured by Hull's Catarrli Cure. is dead," and those of us who knew and may I venture tho hope, that on that not F. J. Chenkv &. Co., Props., Toledo. loved him were shocked and grieved at bourne beyond the sea of life, his ro. mentality continue that it may conWe the undersigned, have known F. the sad intelligance. tinue to grow in intellectual beauty J. Cheney for tre last lo years, and Bekrieded by Dr. Letcher. and glory, and that eons after the dis- believe hinxperfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially When I was a hoy I determined to solution of the clay which was his able to carry out any obligation made study medicine. The first physician temple and his sepulcher, his soul may bv their firm. to render me assistance was Dr. Samuel still bo mounting the higher realms of West fc Tbuax, YholcsaIo Druggists, H. Letcher, deceased. He not Walking, Kinnix knowledge, toward the one and perfect Toledo, O. "Wholesale Druggists, Tole-& Makvin. me books to read, but directed truth, W.B P..M.D. do, O. my studies, and in many other ways South McAlester, Indian Territory. Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internalencouraged me. ly, acting directly upon the blood and While I was attending lectures at Tho Sunday school picnic at Newby mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sild by all Druggists. Cincinnati, my friend, companion, and junel-lTestimonials free. class mate, was Thos. Barkley, an has been postpond indefinatcly. Eminence boy who grajated with honors, and afterwards settled in Chattanooga. Together we studed quizzed, revelled, read poetry, and courted the girls. A rare and whole 60uled genius was 'Tom.', Poor feilow, peace to his . ashes. j only-loane-d m Dr. Davis has recently painted his residence white. The wheat crop in this vacinity is better than usual ".his year. Miss Mattie Halman has returned from a visit to friends ,at Lexington Bulah and Elois-- Miller are home to spend vacation T. J. Potts had a nice bav mare stolen last Sunday night. Ik Failles Sum t ESSRS. XW for( r c s $ Afii " Oe Ice Ail D. B. Shackel- - q0 have re- - w If & 11 - llll ceived a larje assortment of refrigerators and cold storage ice boxes I which the are hustling oh) at our own price. Thej are indispensable articles. Ice lis nice but only once or twice will you buy it just to see lit melt away in the warmtn oifsummer witnout a refrigerator or ice box to keep it andjto keep your milk, butter, meats, etc. cold, fresh and sweet Drop in and see the styles of boxes before the stock is picked over 5 & llll kCKrf Welcomed by Dr. Foster. When I had taken degree and m VOLUNTEERS UelU r wy reof-fo- rs turned home, and was hunting a location it was Dr. John M. Foster who me the first works of welcome into a then overcrowded with profession. He had but recently located in d His patients were fer and his income meagre. He was doing his best to make a prosperous Bhowing on a slender purse; still he had time and inclenation to cheer up others just entering the ranks of those who toil and wait for fame and fortune. Hich-mon- WANTED! Not for war, rb'ut to join our army of customers. We are now offering many great bargains in Corsets, Black, and Colored Dress Goods. t a3 10 CENT Successors to Shackelford & Gentry, w Richmond, Ky. ' y it w W ;- & IP V-- II I Z- - WALLACETOX. t or n. m m Strange Fatality! The end of each of these, my friends. WASH GOODS Our line of Wash Goods is complete antl at most attractive prices. WINDOW SHADES -l guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas W2 Hunt, of Stanford, vis.t d lelatives here last week. Mrs. AdaCreger, ofStanfonl, is t! " Todd- for $140. Mrs. J. M. W. Ij. Todd sold a fine pair of mules Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair, lanta, July 20-2- 4. Miss Johnson is Mm cream BAKING JmmW W W Da w - i ""Q r. i Ac, o cs midst again, Mr. Geo. B.Todd,wLo has been attending school at Ueore-(ow- We are glad to welcome into In Organdies, Lawns arid w Dress Linens we Jead the "t5w U bo wnen you visit the City dorf't f)Sl to.en-rolloname on our roster to fighhtj H prices ana eneap mawriai. Kemembar "wq 1 ml protect vou in eerv rmrrVhriKp. ln.ro-- ri". mi ill" ur . i - 41 .! tl - -- ."," P't r J - j; Then we have avgood Cloth Shade for 25 cents, and on up i Circuit CTerk's Office, June IS, ' Order. in prices. We make to order Stary Adams, JLc Jfvs. ) Shades in all colors and Ordered that thetorcgoingcanss Jo referred Wtke Master Commissioner. AU persous Norns, dceasti widths at Sity prices. We are warned against Mrs. K. J.S.E Scott, Itto appear before M. C. C, and preseat their claims prope-dyofUienM. have just Titeeived a large as- vetoed os or before the 1st 1SS3. Ue satn September Tera of said Court. sortment of7; stock shades. clEft Avnll be barred. S. H THORPE, JR, . r Clert. CallCand si them, ask for lMw 1SS3 j. - Notice to Creditors! T V ,- Jr- IftAlaYlina H IVI A pricey.. ,, J-- . ; , Wiadp -- WaLLPli e ve,4 AaMMSM, Atom or any otiwrafttonat, MOST PERFECT MAM. Gape Cre3 of Tartar Fwtf. - fnt fBJll && s r 40 mm n mnufttt. .4 (MM 0i villging; hi. 3WE-- 4 Si.!, lite MT d or Siolsi! Thwwlar WM aKSBU2har"-2SOBBW, S . jN - J &-- ' k jt ia A-- -j W :' . !. m at4s "" ir-v . J U - i -- ,- r- - b 5? li - H - V VII H ViY V U IV R": fN!' akVre vi VI M IV VLk VifV Yk w, IIS m' y f ft i I xdSTIONGLT FOBTIFIED- t- Best to take alter dinner; prevent distress, aid digestion, cure constipation. ItirelTTege table; do not cripo cr cause pain. Sold by all drnggista. 25 cent. Prepared only by C I. Hood A Co., Lowell, JI&iB. Happy Mt. Sterling. H li li e s Pills i VmASsBP 7 s. OUR CASTLE! BAB-GRIN- S Not with Torpedoes, Siiimarine Mines and Deadly Shells, but with in every Deparlnent in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords and Slippers. In Men's, Boy's andYouth's Shoes, In STRAW HATS ad Gent's Furnishings. - ' A few year3 ago the city tax rate at cents on Mt. Sterling was seventy-fiv- e the humlrod dollars. Later it was reduced to fifty cents and this year it is cents. It has no fixed at twenty-fivfloating or honded debt. Richmond has fixed tho rate for this year at fifty cents for school purposes for city purposes, total and sixty-fiv- e $1.13. Wc have forty cents for school for city purpurposes and seventy-fiv- e poses. Winchester Democrat. Lieut. Vestal Leaves for Knoxvillc. ikTHEC AUCUS HELD, THE VERDICT RENDERE RICHMOND, MT. STERLING AND COMPRISING THE THREE LARGE STORES OF THE Style, Quality and CSTTt will pay yo to examine our goods and get our PRICES before buying elsewhere. Price Guaranteed. RTRTSTST. aK- - 207 WEST TvATTtf ' "RTPTTMfWn.' j TTV. 7 7$ 7? & e 7 e e t3s S The Richmond Climax. WEDNESDAY. JlTXE 22, 189S. Proctor Knott Cigar. Passed West Point ExamUilion. "'"" g 7G z j Lieutenant Vestal, of the Seventh Cavalry, who for some weeks past has been Acting Quartermaster for the Kentucky volunteprs, finished up his last reports yesterday and left last night for Knoxville, Tenn , to act as mustering officer to Col. Tyson's regiment of immuncs. Col. lyson, lias organized this regiment from both Tennessee and Kentucky. Both Lieutenant Ves-- i tal and his wife have numerous friends in this vicinity who greatly regret that the Lieutenant was not held here to act as Quartermaster for Kentucky's quota of troops under tiie second call. Lieut. Vestal, although kept busy, has expressed himself as being quite well pleased with his stay in Lexington. He lias been so universally kind and courteous to newspaper men here that it cannot be passed with notice. Lex-- ! ington Herald, Juno 17th. ?SK ' Busy Bee Cash Store Company; ' Met in caucus and decided to inaugurate the greatest closing out sale of Wash Fabrics ever held iii 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- This sale will last for 10 days and each and every item sold during the 10 days out of any our Stores, will be for cash down, as prices will be made on all other lines of goods we carry to correspond with the Wash Goods Sale Prices during that time. H? -- at 3 cents per yard, former price One lot of La tits Lawns, about 5,000 j'ards. in pretty styles, fast colors, will be given out 5 cents. ' " ' - "v- - - 4 Out of ninety eight candiates who applied for admission to the Military academy, only thirty eigtit suc cessfully, among whom was It Uurnam, Jr., of this city p'a-ie- d will be received by THE CLIMAX with the guar- O antoe that its circulation exceeds O that of any other paper published q in Richmond. o a Advertisements c c C C g Special Sales. IV special sale days every Thursd'a and c Friday's until her entire stock o Milo c linery, the most complete line over brought to .Richmond, and the 3UIHU UIU. assortment of ribbons ever put on Dr. Unison, Dentist. in this city, has been disposdV of. See notice elsewhere of lost cow. Principal ot Caldwell Remember the days and do not let his Prol. Clark a watch has poor movements you cannotexpeet accurate High School. June 221 The best smoker, the Froctor Knott pass you. The Board of Education met last cigar. Married in Lexington. same reason holds good in CLOTHING. "If the Tuesday night to select a Principal for time the Let Midkitf paint and trim your 11 The marriage of Miss Alice McDow Caldwell High School and the colored ''Vitals," the "Insides" of a garment are poorly made you mnill-Gm- o carriage. Shelby and Mr. Hugh Riddell, aprcu city .school. For the former position The state favorite, the Proctor ising young lawyer of Irvine, was eel there were two candidates, Prof. Rice cannot expect to get "Wearing-SatisfactiThe vital brand brated with a quiet wedding yesterda Miller. late Principal of Hardin Col Knott cigar. at 5 o'clock at the home of the bridb" legiate Institute, Elizabethtown, and CLOTHING, our Clothing, is superior in every way to till The best coal on the market for mother, 51r. Thomas Shelby, at Wood Prof. J. D. Clark, of this city, the junclo-sale by T. A. Clicnault. land Perk, Lexington. Only immediate latter being elected on the first ballot -:T. A. Chenault sells the lamous relatives and a few frieuds were present. by a vote ot four to two, whereupon Jellico Pino Knot coal. Olficc 1. X. 1. Dean J. N Lew is performed the cere- Prof. Clark's was made fc C coal yard. jnuel5-2- t mony. Prof. Clark has been Because every Garment is Tailored' on a Strictly Scientific unanimous. lrincipal of the school ever since it Fined For Selling Goods Without Mr. C. E. Forbes brought to this WHere are a few of man good points you cannot legan, with the exception of one year, Basis. State License. office the finest Irish Potatoes we have The BUTTONS never come off, because they been this year. T. J. Tribble, of this city, was tried l'rof. J. B. Hough of Tennessee, filling see but get: the chair during that term. Prof in the Circuit Court at Come on to Irvine's Garden all on CANVAS and SILESIA. CUrk's assistant wag not elected, as the are sevred through the cloth kinds of Vegetation for sale at retail. Tuesday last for selling goods on the B.ird were equally devided, three votes To add firmness around the shoulders and blades, genuine streets at the above place without State 1 do not peddle. 2t license and fined $30 and cost. Mr. being cast for Prof. H. II. Biock and Se Midkifl'slino of buggies before Tribble unintentioualy violated the State three for Prof. J. B. Harris, you buy. All work guaranteed, lor the principal ship of the colored law, not knowing that it was necessary may license to sell goods on sclnul there were five candidates but to hae State Proi C. "W. Reynolds was Orders left with D. Chenault & Co. the streets. Prof Einmett Embry was elected assistJust enouirh paddinir to retain the shape. Pure Flax Canvas for Jellico Pine Kuot coal will be Slick Thieves Arrested Saturday Night. ant. junelo-2- t promptly filled. A negro giving his name as Fred running from the topmost shoulder points and armholds down Death ot Robert Bush. I have the best and cheapest road Stoll was arrested and jailed Saturday Robert Bush died at his home near to bottom of coat, pressed and shrunk to conform to the night by Olliccr Martin Gentry, wagon on the market. to give permanent mavll-Gincharged with stealing a pair of shoes Elkin Friday morning of softening of body. The lapel is close hand-stitcheS. L. Midriff. the brain, aged seventy-si- x years He Bros., a pair from CovThe best coal on earth is the Jellico troni Freeman was the son of Joseph Bush who came and proper shape, and contains & Mitchell and an umbrella Pine Knot, for sale by T. A. Chenault ington to tint, country from Virginia belore from W. C. Gormerly. The shoes junel5-2- t at It. N. I. 15. coal yard. the beginning of the present century. 125 Yards More Silk Thread Stitching Than Any Other Hake. were recovered and returned to FreeThe deceased was the last of thirteen "NV. U. Lloyd will address the Kev. man Bros, and Covington fc Mitchell, These are but a few of the many good points about our industrial meeting, Friday night, June the other goods were disposed of. childreii all of whom were born and raised in the house w hero he died. For CLOTHING. Lveryhodv should ettend. 21 Don't you think that Clothing Tailored Sloll is one of a ging of thieves sup- many years he setved as Constable and posed to be following W. T. Harris' Deputy .SierifT and was - I rooks, town School district is Demwell know n to with as much care and thought as ours is worthy of your ocratic to tho core. There ate sixty circus. most of the older residents of our coun- investigation? The fact that you don't pay one penin more Hew Firm. nine white children in the district and ty, lie was a man of kind heart and even one has a. Democratic father. W. R. Cleland, of Mercer county, and generous impulses, thousrh somewhat than ordinary clothing is sold for elsewhere surely ought to Dai id Chenault, Jr., have purchased hasty oi He was twice mar- interest the most economical buyers. I have on hands now a full line of All the good points lngh grade buggies, carriages and road of W. T. Griggs his mill property, ried; his first wife was Miss Elkin, who known as tho Liistou Water and Steam died many years ago; his second wife, are tailored in our $8.00, $10.00 and $12.50 suits. ii dgoas at lowest prices. Mill, also his residence at the same who suruves him, was Mibs Lisle; liiavll-GinS. L. Midkiff. place. Possession of the properly will three Eons also remaiu, William F., of Hoise Collar Lost ot: last Thusday be given July 1st. Mr. Cleland is a this count, Joe Bush, of Richmond, between Lindall Street and the Couit nephew of Kev. Cleland, formerly and Charles C. Bush, of Stone county, House, finder will please return to L. president of Centre College, and for Missouri. The funeral was preached at M. Scrivener. many j cars pastor of the Second Pres the family residence Saturday by Kev. and Mr. Thum, of Louisville. The Dr. Vaught Appointed Surgeon of the L. &N. Mrs. Williamson will lesmnc her bytcrian church at this point. Mr. B. B. Bailej and the remains were in- plaintiff's lawyers are Hons. C. F. and A deserved compliment for Dr. ClarDavid terred at the Ben Eubank graveyard. Private School on Seventh street the Cleland is n practical miller. A. It. Bumam, J. A. Sullivan, C. S. ence H. Vaught was received Saturday Winchester Democrat. first Monday m September and would Clfcnault is a popular second street Bronston and Mr. It. W. Miller. morning in the styleof an appointment be grattful for your patronage merchant. We predict for the new Robbery and Shooting at Narrow Gap. The case will probably be appealed as surgeon of the L. &N. Railroad Comjuue22-3linn success. Sheriff Colj er and Deputy Sheriff P. to Supreme Court of the United States, pany at this place, to succeed the late The New York Life Insurance Co , A Great Bank. B. Broaddus arrested and lodged in no matter how it results at Frankford. Dr. J. M- - Foster. Tlie notification through thoir agent K. C. Potts, wjis came in a letter from Dr. Charles jail Friday afternoon, Wm. Brown and Tho New York Sun says: Talk about the first out of six Companies to pay to Keams, of Covington. Considering the bank stock! Yesterday William Settle on the charge of robbery the estate of the late Dr. John M. Fos- sharesof the National City Bank advanc- aud shooting with iutent to kill. Tho Itev. T. Q. Martin, of "Winchester, number of the most prominent physiter. ed to $1,100 a share, against $050, the shooting which occurred atNai row Gap, Will preach at Pond church next cians in this city that were applicants for the place, tho appointmeut is a' 12th Annual Convention of price at which the last previous Bale was described to the Climax reporter as Sunday. The compliment that is truly envious. Dr. the Madison County Sunday School was made. The bank which last year follows: John McHoue and brother, The noted Evangelist, Rev. Dr. Mal-co- Vaught is a graduate of the Louisville Union will be held at Union City absorbed the Third National, is now the while out hunting foand some goods MacGregor, will begin revival begin promptly at greatest bank in the country, having that had been secreted ju some brush, meeting at the Baptist church in this Medical College, class of '91, having Exercises 10 o'clock. doposits aggregating $90,000,000. Its and suspecting thiefti Mcllone and city on next Sunday evening. l)r. been valedictorian of his class, tho largbrother concealed themlelves to watch MacGregor is one of the greatest est ever graduated from that institu$33,000,-00Dr. Lucian G. Rice, who graduated cash holdings amount to about is gold, and and see who would coma for the goods. preachers in the country and is recog- tion up to that time. He is but 30 years of which $30,000,000 with high honors from the University a resident of Richstate- In a short while Brown aiu Settle drove nized as such by the leadingscholars of old and has beenyears. Besides being Medical College, New York, lias loca its loans according to a recent mond about six wagon, presumably to were for several ted at Kirksville for the practice of ment of the associated banks,51,000,000, up in a spring Whereupln they were all denominations. The pastor and chief medical examinerhas for mora Inget their stoies. than It has a capital of members extended a very cordial invi- surance companies, he his profession. halteuby thoMcHones. Aula's Juncture tation to the citizens of Itichmond to five years been secretary of tho United and net profits of $4,000,000. States Pension Board of Examiners, loOn account Chautauqua at LexSettle fired tho contents f a double come aud hear him. cated in this city. Dr. Vaught's apTo Our Patrons. ington the R. N. I. & B. will sell with duck shot barrel shot gun loaf.ed The Lexington Herald speaks thus of pointment is received with gratification"We are preparing to publish a handtickets June 29ih to July 9th, with elseinto John McHone. One charge took well oy ni3 nose ot menus here and limit for return to July 11th, at one and some special edition of the Climax, effect in the leg the other striking the a young Nicholasville minister Cen- where in the State. Madison, a graduate of fare for the round trip. which will be printed at an early date. breech of McHone's gun, wbo was in known in The victory rests with America's tral University, and whoco wife was Greatest Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla, Dr. Dunn, of Bnrksville Cumber This edition will be illustrated with the act of returning the firo.'and only Miss Annie Letcher, of this city: when it enters the battle against imland county, has rented the office lately cut of prominent public buildings about half of the charge takinr effect in "Mr. Douglas is an attractive, plea?. pure blood. It city and county officials and other in- his shoulder. Had it not beat for the occupied by Dr. H. C. Jasper, over T. ant and earnest preacher, with rather teresting features. Wo hvae engaged an gun being against his shoulder uotbing to do are alMen who have S. Hagan's drug store, and will locate unusual qualities as a pulpit orator. ways hunting for partners to join able staff of w riters to assist us in makwould have undoubtedly been His sermon was listened to with here for the practice of mediefnes. them iu business. ing this the neatest and most killed. The McHones fired.lseveral interest and closo attention; "V. W. Xorris, of Madison county, publication over issued in Madison We liVe in a country of which tho shots at Brown and Settle as they fled, bonght of Morris Larrison five yearling county. 5,030 copies of this edition leaving behind their gun and wagon. was admirable in conception, excellent principal scourge is stomach-troublin diction and pleasant in delivery, than any steers at $20 per head; two It is more will be printed and circulated free, The wagon was the property of las. H. but, more than all this, was simple, other disease, and, very nearly, more steers of Kick Puckett at 5 cents per among the people of this section. ui uiu two j uuug thoughtful and intensely earnest. Over dangerous. .ttjjuuiy, pound and two light heifers at3 cents Our representative will call on you men. One thing that makes it so dangerous a hundred years ago the per pound. Spout Springs Times. is that it is na little understood and explain the matter fully. We White Insurance Csi3. The Charles of Douglas was an atIf it were better understood, it would is the recipient of a hope you w ill kindly give hiin your apThe The following citizens f were Sum- tendant of the services of the old First be more feared, more easily cured, lebS handsome invitation from Dr. James proval of our efforts to show the pub- moned last week by Deputy United church ; her husband then the Attorney-- universal than it is now. So, those who wish to be cured, take W. Scudder, a member of the gradua- lic what the city of Richmond is doing. States Marshal Short to appearin Frankof Kentucky, lived on Digestive Cordial, because it ting class of the Hospital College of All of our natural advantages will bo fort on Monday last to testify in the North Broadway in a brick house Shaker the root of the trouble as no other' goes to Ky. Dr. Scudder presented Medicine, Louisville, case of A. It. Bumam, executor of which stood on the vacant lot adjoin- medicine does. The pure, harmless, is a son of Mr. Ira W. Scudder, of Bed Light Cut of Lumber. Charles F. White, plaintiff, agalnBtthe ing tho .residence of Mr. Loughridge; a curative herbs aud plants, of which it is couipossed, are what render it so House. This promisesto be a hard season on Nederland Insurance Co., of Germany, half century afterwards his certain and, at the same time, so geninD. Harris, S. J3. was pastor of the old First church. His tle a cure. defondant: John The R. N. I. & B. will sell tickets our friends at Ford. Most of the It helps and strengthens the stomach, from all stations .to Estill Springs habitants of thattown depended direct- Whito, F. li. Crooke, J. W. Crooke, connection with the old Second is even purifies andjtones up the system. Ca15th to October 1st, at a fare and ly or indirectly on the mills for a lively Jr., Dr. J. M. Poyntz, Dr. 31 C. Heath, more close; his June Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to a third for round trip and on Friday hood. The usual tides in the river did J. Stone Walker, O. D. Chenault, L. bell Breckinridge, was one of the foun- $1 00 per brittle. - It and Saturday of each week nood're-turnin- g not materialize during the past winter II. BLmton, G. W. Young, j. y. Bales, ders and elders"of that church; his applications forpensions John Breckinridge, was Twenty-fiv- e following Monday at one fare and spring, and, in consequence, the Jae. E. McCreary, for the plaintiff; for great-unclCheViault, Dr1 one ot its castors, and was succeeded on account of the Maine disaster have tf stock of logs Is distressingly small, al- defendant, Judge "Wm. round trip. though the companies own a great Fred Smith Clarence E. Woods, and as pastor by his grandfather, JohuU. been filed. Elsewhere in this issue Wallace & Young, who married one of his parishmany in tho mouutaius. The saw mills "Let parents not live fortheir chi dren Kic? have a two column advertisement, The Company decliued tot pay the ioners, .Frances Breckinridge. And in but with them." The mother should have been idlefor some time, but the which we kindly ask that you read, j no fjfliie modesty t' ttand in planing mill has been busy., thns giving policyton Sir. White's life because it is the congragation which listened to him allowwa; These gentlemen are always many who were descendents of ine to a number of hands. allege?! that he was unfit for insurance were pi'heree If, or" her possibilities, of her and should you fail to read a employment Tins loo must btop soon, not want of and signed his name to Incorretit&tate-nient- if ;thosowho worshiped in these churches oerils, i or over tin rtv years XI r i'ierc hinele one of their ada it may mean a regarding his health, hereditary for many generations. There was also has used His ''Favorite, Pies riptinli" orders, but for want of material which less of dollars to you. liWtr tliis young gentle- hs a Btrengtfcener, apurnior,; a regulaworked up. The demand for diseases, occupation andbtherlmport-an- t much desire to will soon be in tfio man because of tho respect sad affec- - tor. It works directly uporgans, delifitcis which, if the jlsinm had Not Out of Business. lumber has beerf better titan usual iu a cate, distinctly feminine f tjon felt for his fatharj.1 whose name he natural, soothiag way It searches Coleman Neff & Co , are prepared to , this spring, and with the small cnt, correctly answered the compftHjmliefee ueara, aau wiib j.uc mi uwMy yepus woe but this weftkepotstaiid builds thorn never nave insure for fill all orders ... coal. Tbeyj&retke ?,the yard will eoon be oleanerlb.au they . !hbT A'wosHin i understand . tlMP; belovpOT.jatPkgahlJUrr; uannung coat from the cele- -j have bew sinoe the mills were ,..:!. jrue. mount of the policy-only ones himlf should said 21 eents;N?to the E'uglfiS is'tbS fourth-ill- . dirAjt- nwyeran)poyed by"l y brated Pihs Knot Coal bb.'8tMtn.ijuoiVe the tembir gois East and The 4eti;nimbers .of IMS iWorJd'a lkpiwn:llUfIalo, h boefc MMfeil AdYrwr, niiliat tn lteftfuut -- JWiiinUA- aac Isomjpanyiare MwaCjrfv; D. Telephoao 99, JJ. N. L & ' dig-pl- ay ; r: . n n. n icuipie uiuuain win tnae .uiss m to the patience to keep on taking medicine that does not cure. But it is trying that leads to success. If you are suffering from eczema, boils, eruptions, etc., you will begin your cure the day you begin trying it's Trying Facts That Every Ian WEARIINCj CLOTHES qJ patterns to close at Sic per yard, former price We have 25 full pieces of Lappet Mulls in dark grounds with beautiful designs and 15c. (W ;lPpt tween our three stores and will be placed in this sale at prices ranging from tfc to 8c per yard, not a piece of these goods can be purchased elsewhere less than 12 to ldc per yard. Our entire line of Ajour Organdies, Romani Cloths and Organdie Francais will be in this sale at SJc per yard; these goods were cheap at our former price 14c per yard. We have recently added to our line of imported French Organdies about GOO new styles and the entire lot will be closed in this sale, tho fine patterns included at lOc per yard, former price 2oj to 3oc Come early to get choice. All our new Val Laces, Iteal Handmade and Macliinemade Torchon Laces, Hamburgs and Embroideries of all kinds, Paris Mulls, Sw isses, White Organdies, India Linens, go in this wash goods salo at prices regardless of cost to close the entire lot. Prices on all other lines of goods we carry including Clothing, Carpets, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc., have been made bo low in this sale that each and every item purchased will be You can't gD wrong here. a bargain &old 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 be- m Asep'j CWI SH0UL IF Remember, prices named oh our entire stock of goods for 10 days during this salo will be CASH DOWX when good are delivered, at all our stores. Now is the time to enlist as a customer. We are Bombarding Prices in all lines we carry to make this the greatest sale we ever held. We extend a cordial invitation to every one to ft -- -- on. 2 OTHER :- MAKES, y0XS S attend. We did not intend to hold this sale when we began giiing tickets on our handsome Medalion Pictures, but we shall still give them during this sale nevertheless. So come arly and aat avoid the rush. Very Respectfully. OLDHAM & COMPANY. French Elastic C asivas is use d, o 5T writes: "I have used De Witt's Little Early Risers ever since they were introduced hero and must say I have never used anv pills in my family during fortv vears of house keeping that gave such satisfactory results as a laxative or cathartic." Douglas & Wines. . Gold can bo beaten 1,200 times thinner than printing paper; one ounce will cover 11G square feet. S. C. P. Jrjnes, Milosburg, Pa, Planters ma-asm CUBAN OIL Cut-- , Burn, Bruises, Rhcu- Price, cures and Sores. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. S. E. Park, Sharon, Wis , writes : 25 cents. ;CM(8Coaio98MeMstei38ssetMocesa .o ;;;;:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.,.., 9 a.;...." .. a. 9 9 hao tried De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for itching piles and it always stops them in two minutes. I consider Which Hazel Salve tho greatest De-Wit- t's "I Everybody Knows CO Stvts SP m ..9 pv rR RWl n .e tod 9 1 1 t P1attfrFNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep-KlHivl V Eia, Constipation and Indi- E gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Sold by Perry & Thomas, successors to W. G. White. o Covington & Mitchell. m gilt-edge- d RELIGIOUS. m Sat-urd- ai. mayfi lyr If a small band of our marines can so worry tho Dons, what will become The Spanish cruiser Almiraute e raa-ta- y of them when our regulars land? Oquendo, pronounced was named in honor of AdDon't Tcbacco Spit and Smoke Yonr Life Away. usiuir easily miral Oquendo. ir you waut to quit tobacco $ and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, take of new Jull wonder-worke- life aud vigor, makes wejit men tliat and Eczema, Tetter, the strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. The intense itching and smarting inciyour of Over 400,000 cured. Buy drucgist, under guarantee to care, oOc or dent to these diseases is instantly allayed and sample mailed free. Ad. by applying Chamberlain's Eye and $1.00. Booklet Sterling UemedyCo.,Clncaco or New York. Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It Roosevelt's Rough Riders will be is equally efficient for itching piles and forced to use shank ponies, instead of a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites bronchos while in Cuba. and chronic sore eyes. 23 cts. per box. The merst of Hoods Sarsaparilla Dr. Cady's Condition Powilcru, are Is literally written in blood. jus.t what a horse needs when in bad is traced in the vital fluid Of millions of the human race. jluiuu, uiuuu ymiiii-- i auu CUUUluuu. They are not food but vermifuge. Its positive medicinal merit. And curative power is written medicine and the best in use to put a Upon, the hears, and graven upon horse in prime condition. Price 25 Al-mc, r, Salt-Rheum pile cure on the market." Douglas & Wines. Admiral Cervera's vessels may raise barnacles, but they can not raise the blockade. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. till'.' $S e Who quotes prices which show imniis-takbl- y that he is offering the greatest Bargains in the City. li i Our Suits at HAVE NO $5.00 EQUAL. OUE CjftArc all $7 tSU SUITS AT fPI wool, well made and are standard as heretofore. We have all-wool It Suits at. 5 S.00 9.00 0, 0. Tlie minds of thousands Of peoplo whom it has cured. And given good health When there seemed nothing before Them but darkness and dispair. It cures all diseases arising From or promoted by impure Blood by its intrinsic merits as The One True Blood Purifier. jnneS-l- m cents per package. Matanzas, the scene of Admiral Sampson's first bombardment means "the place of butchering." finest liver and bowel regulator ever mayl ly made. Cristobal Colon, the name of Admiral Col- that are worth dollars more. See our Children Suits at . 10.00 $ 1.00 1.25 1.50 Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the If you want to see great values. The "bear garden of Europe" has Ctrvera's flagship, is Christopher been prorogued. Emperor Francis Jo- umbus in Euclish. seph can now take a nap. CA&CAnETSStimulateliver, k Li&e o! Sk; k hm er For SlasJd ot bMx, OUR S1.25 SHOES one-thir- d Mc-Ho- te 650-pou- wido-sprea- d Ererrbodjr Says So. Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the most wonbowels. Never sicken, weaken or gripe. derful medical dfscoverv of the age, pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act gently mavl-l- y 10c. and positively on kidneys, liver and lovvels, cleansing tbo entire system, dlscl colds, The rush for those thrce-per-ceeuro headache, fever, habitual constipation shows that Uncle Sam's credit is still and biliousness. Pieaso buy and try a boj: of C C. C. 10, 25, SO cents, tfotd and at tho top notch. guaraateed to cure by all druggists. D - -- - .. An Explanation. Tlie Spaniards have a pet m.me for The reason for tho great popularity tlnsir King. They call him iEl kidneys and Are all solid leather. Must be seen to be appreciated. SHOES OUR S1.50 BOY'S That will be an eye-open- to 3011. y; i . You need a ITat and can't afford to let our all Fur LTat ot muiur-in-iu- Ci-ima- x General is American's Greatest The Moilerii Beantr the American people haveau abiding Tlirivea on good food and sunshine, confidence in Its merits. Thoy buy with plenty of exercise in tho and take it for simple as well asscrious Hor form glows with health open air, ailments, confident that it will do tliem face blooms with Its beauty.arid her Jf her good. svi.tera needs the cleaning action of a. It thatlbis medicmo positively cures.and Medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla lies in the fact "the little one." Pass you by in a number of styles and colors. Our hats at $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75, are such that you usually pay a great deal more money for. At $1.00 great-uDcl- o cures all liver ills. Mailed for 25c. by C. I. Hood & Co , Lowell, It Mass. What will Mrs. Dominis uiy, now that there is no hopo of regaining her Hawaiian crown? Hood's Pills Hollo! laxative remedy, she uses thegentltf and pleasant hvrup of rigs, made by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. Manila is the diminutive of Mane (hand) and therefore means '"littlf hand." One Minute is not long, yet relief iti obtained in iiailtliat time d.v tnouseoi Orta Minute Goush 'Cure. It pievents- coasumption and quickly cures colds trou-bl'j- How are you iixed on Shirts and Underwear and Neck Eixings we show an elegant line at prices that any one can afford to buy. - - great-grandfath- er, e, Did you say ing woll and E.Cain. offering-bargains- , . -- w wHb-woHT- d, that your stomach was cnup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la. s. out of order? Well then, try a bottle grippe and ail throat and lung of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and you Douglas & Wines. inare sure of relief. Constipation and IVhen. Colnmbus discovertd Cuba it. digestion cured. Sick headache cured. Greatest boon to mankind and is being 14')2 he named the island Juana. aDnreciated bv thousands. 10c will get ! you aitrial size bottle. Larger sizes 50c, Right lH it. and $1.00. OfB.L. Middeltotu hat's whore Dr. Caldwell's Svruti " junel lm Ptpsin is. The greatest remedy) forthti CerWa to Camara: ".Don't come stomach that was ever put together .( Alfeolutely vegetable with the Oxcepj this way theTeJs no.jnore room in the lop of the Pepsia. a ctlaetipa bottl' tea? Then try Syrup Pepsin.'! Havii . ' or wck , keiiuacheJJ S. M(iwry, jPiHon,.tficlf., writea Ifyla .indlgestioB T lea use SyrHp'Pepn. 8pj.lQe fqf , Are-.yo-- that yon wore not feel- Trunks and Valises In large quantities. Give us a call if you want to save money H ."r 2 J, STRENG, TkCWii3r,TfceFirii8if,Tli3Sia2r,Tk vr T 6tipo8-sfcuwl)Oih- xe B.-dep-oi. hni. juue22-- l (WWilfrMti .W. .SBUoerjyv 1P of 1008 ITWr totherji MHHiH -- mmh'32 . . V -- U 4 .p" 'is 5? , fat. LXk UMwmxm HmASS "' ?i cll.;nT edl ti "'J - Lr - hnUlidid wax will hA.UlnltBJU ts? . wiasBm tTi . y r" fw " Kr8 i& -- RB4.$J..-.S!l.C-- - Q ?T. i.im.u.:ji A "alter. " . -- .. :mv& if jfefr - 1 UV Al iu. i 35. ' -- c fe LJ- - "?''! j"A" m ii'iif p'frMpT,JI!' Ttt- - i : iiini mm- mii - ii mM'ii iiiBin'iii ipy i iwiwii '' i" pi n'f 1" ii ii ii t: kf-Bi- :? sZ V ir77Fi'h. -&- - " . - i ,r-- T v .- s ;4'--v- ' -- Mi-., - -- '?I rt- -. ' "-- " - '' j rW .. i 11 s ' - . . ;. mwm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL AT-- - County Courl Days. TAX VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1BSS. j AYKrar ifii r. . MUB, rr min ; Paris, Bourbon county, firet'Monday. Richmond, Madison county, firet Mon- . LIFE ON A WARSHIP HUNTING SPANIARDS WHEN TIME A - SEEMS TO LOSE ITS ATTRACTIVENESS. t ALLWOMEN Should know that the "Old Tlmo" Kemedy, day. Lexington, Fayette counly, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Mon- day. Georgetown, Scott county, third Monday. lUiiville, Boylo county, thirJ3Iondaj. Nicholasvillc, Jessamine county, third Monday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth 3Ionday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-date m V Genalne Saraloj Water Kept oa Tap. THE EXCaLEN'CE OF SYRUP OF HGS ssssesssrssssssssssssss Second St. Phone 3. EICHMOKD, KY. .. o cr s -- o G It 5" o 00 :::3::w o a 3 B o S 0 1 Si?": r o s -- 5 S 3 ir ra-3- c a: - I c CC3CSCS ar? OCCCSOOO .. -- i m " o 6 is due not only to the originality and simplicity cf the combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Si'rup Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Svrup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Svrup Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction, which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Fit AX CISCO, Cat eiv roue, n. y- Louisville. Ky. (SAX Jan5-l- y S3 f o o o w 'S. gJSS5S S5S5 'ca o LOUISVILLE Hi LL Railway. L0UISYIlLE' KY- - tanks ul 0h !o Time of Trains at Winchester, Ky. WEST BOUND. ML SterlinR and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York Limited F F V EAST BOUND. 6 55 7 30 3 00 am am pm M P'n am am pm pm at w t ' Office floor. "Xkib wiimm HRftflBfifl ui i teiia i PI, UK Washington Express Accommodation train run daily except SQu-d. Other trains run daily. ThroHRh sleeping and dining car service to New York. For information, ratc-- or sleeper reservations K. HOOD. Apent call on or write Richmond, Ky. or GEORGE W. BARNEY. D A. C A. O. Ry . Lexington, Ky. s lexinjrton and Morehead Accom. New York Limited F. F. V. Lexington and ML. Sterlinc Accom 11 9 15 58 6 30 23 The Ladies' Restaurant is the finest in the city. Every convenience for ladies spending1 the day in the city. Gentlemen's Cafe on MUSIC: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evening. f THOS. A. MULLIGAN. decl-l- v EASIER THAI EVER. The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier Than Ever' to reach all points in Arkansas, Texas Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louioville to the South, aloo a weeklj Pullman Tourist Car tor California, 9 25pm Lve Louisville every Thursday 8 lRani Arr Memphis Fndav. 7 15pm Arr New Orleans Friday 8 20pm Lve NewOrleans Friday 8 16am Arr Houston Saturday 4 16pm Arr Saa Antonio Saturday 3 ISpm Arr Blpaso feundav 9 2itpm Arr Los Angeles Monday 5 15pm Arr San Franciboa Tuesday MANAGER! I Rock I kiim FOR'. temtorj . Tvrc, axvA. Sac, 2)OTTvarlo VcddcuY Sxs.. I"our of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the United States. Losses paid promjitly. lbs h Ii Trie Water Estt U CiSUtu. Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do uell to communicate with R. II. Powler, Traveling Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Wm. Alpobd Kellond, A G. P. A., A. II. Hanson. G P. A., Loniswlle, Ky. Chicago. III. dcc29-ly In the Prndenta, vou are olfercd the best Life Insurance attainable, and on the most approved plans. In Accident Insurance we again cite the best We will not transact business with irresponsible companies. 26 Second Street, Up Je2-i- y Stairs. R. N. I. & B. R. R. Time Table No. bast bouxd. Versailles Nicholasvillc Valley View Million Richmond. Union Moberlev. 33. Taking Effect Monday, May 2, 1S9S. 1st Class. ,, THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Long Troubles and Consumplon Cured. Can bo No. x J,-- 3 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun 10 21 11 02 11 26 11 11 11 58 12 12 12 12 2d Class. No a An A.M. P.M. 6 52 7 35 8 00 13 8 39 . A.M. 5 33 S Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Males a Free Offer to Our Headers. 18 8 20 P. M. 13 16 30 35 1 05 8 SO 9 15 10 10 10 10 11 00 05 25 10 35 Itrasfieid Panola Irvine ' No.-- 2 f - west bootd. ... Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex bun Ex Sun N6Tl"TN6T8TNono P. M. 2 2 2 2 2 3 00 25 30 11 17 15 30 15 10 00 J Panola Brassfield Moberley Union Richmond. Million Valley View Nicholasvillc Versailles " Irvine A. M. P. M. A. M II 55 1 1 1 05 20 15 6 05 6 20 6 31 6 58 7 50 .. 3 3 1 2 15 3 00 3 25 1 SO C 10 5 'A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville. All trains connect with C. N. O.&T.P. trains to and from Cincinnati. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher. W. II ADAMS. Superintendent- - J rrJh Lr Loub-irill- m S OUTHERN RAILWAY. ON KENTUCKY ) In The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions of wasting awa. will send THREE l'KEE BOTTLES (all different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax writing for them. His "New Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial cf his infallible cure. Science dally develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as benificial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius. His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed in his AmeHcan and European laboratories in thousaua i Jrom those cared in all parts of the world. Medical exper concede that bronchial, chest and lung troiles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certain death. 98 Pine Simplv write to T. A. Slocum. M. street. New York, giving postofflce and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Richmond Climax. J'v7-l- y C trrlirdnU EASTOOPNn. effect May I 1. 1808. Ko.3. of sisg A Book Ar SUelbvrllle .Ar La'renceb'g .... Ar Vcjallle Ar Lexington WKKTWJrNU. No. 1. ! 10am' POlam, 9 55am 10.16am No. L. iai5am 70pm lacpm. No. 2. No. 4. 7.1?aii) 4.40pm. CObRCi 627ani 8.10am, Miami 5.30pm! 5.15am. 6.19pm 6.23am VJam: ia55amj 7.50pm TOara i 4.05ptn 7.13pm n.Snm 0.07pm 6.30pm 6.2pm 10.0Ppm for Young and Old. S No. 6. Lv Ar Ar Ar La'renrcb";j Shelby itle-- Ar Loui llle Train Uns, 1, 2, 5 and 6 carry Free Observation Chair Cars. WESTBOCSD. 12. Nn. Venoille. Lcxmetnn States jscout steamer Scorpion of tho flying squadron, gives some idea of life on a warship. After describing a cruise of h?J vessel he writes: is peculiar how circumstances alter oce's ideas of patriotism. In the enemy's country on a wooden ship doing scout duty is tough. If captured, Is the best for Female Troubles. Corrects all should te your jig is up. No mercy for scouts. Irregularities In Fcmalo Organs, taken lor Cbsaje of Life and beforestood the have Pinter "O'd Time" You turn in and try to steal a few test for twenty years. sleep, tho crew sleeping nt tho hours' Hdeoul7by NewPpcnccrJIeillelneCo., Chattanooga, TennCTSCo. guns, and just as you lare starting to dream of home a Quartermaster pokes OFEACH ONE BEARS THE NAME Perry & a dark lantern in your face and yells O. White.Thomas, druggists, successors to W. r FICER WHO DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF out 'Big ship on starboard quarter!' BY UNUSUAL BRAVERY. You tumble out of your bunk lialf asleep, crawl down two companion lad ders to your post in the magazine,, and I Boston Globe there you sit in tho dark, wondering Could a torpedo boat have a moreap just in what way you are to be killed. Reported every Tuesday at noon by propriato name than tl.c dishing, R. Deatherago & Co., Staple and At that particular moment you hnven't which commemorates tho gallant Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. lost any Spaniards and have no reason union lieutenant who destroyed the you can't to be hunting them. In fact, ironclad Albermarlo nt tho risk of alEGGS 7Jc cash; 8c in trade see what all this fuss is about. 01 most certain death, and whoso work Salve. Bueklen's Arnica BUTTER-Cho- ico country, 10015c. course there are some brave souls who was the forerunner of that which his The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts. go strutting about the deck talking BEESWAX-202- $c. bteel namesake is expected to do? The Porter bears a name that fills tho Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, SaltRheuniFevur patriotically, but in the excitement DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, op. Chiltheso gentlemen have nothing to say. American tar with pride anil iccalls Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, WOOL Clear grease wool, 1015c; the only sea light that ever took place blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, But life is a chance, anyhow, aud, at burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. reor no pay all events, one is not stagnated for lack between the United States and Spain. and positively cures Piles, CHEESE Country, 10c. It was in 180C that Commodore David quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect of excitement. Thore is no dull monsatisfaction or money icfunded. Price otony about this game." GO. TIMOTHY SEED-$1.- 501 Porter, then only 20 years old, fought 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & 12 Spanish gunboats with the single CLOVER AV. "One Minute Cough Cure is tho best ship Enterprise and gave them more Thomas' Drug Store, Successors to RLUE GRASS SEED-Strip40 decl5-l- y preparation I havo ever sold or used than they wanted. The engagement G. White. 50c; extra clean, 00?5c; fancy clean, took place just off Gibraltar, and, al- LOW RATE FOR LEXINGTON CHAUTAUQUA and I can't say too much in its praise." pure seed, SI $1.33. L. M. Keunon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. though the Enterprise made no captures, BEANS-- Sl 00$1.50 per bu. Douglas & Wines. her plucky commander emerged from On account of Kentucky Chnutauqu x NEW POTATOES-S1.00(lt.- 25. the unequal contest with a whole skin Assembly at Iicxington, the ChesaNEW YORK FASHIONS. SHOULDER MEAT-- Oc. and an uninjured ship. peake and Ohio ltv. will sell round BACON-811- 0c. The Footo is named for the brave trip tickets to Lexington on June 29th Japcinese embroidered gauze faus aro and pious old admiral who first taught to July 9th at one and faro, HAMS 10 lie. the Celestials that there was a nation for round trip tickets, good to return very beautiful. LARD The bodices of wedding gowns are on this side of the world that knew until July lltl. all made with plain backs. MILLET $1.00S1.25. ' how to light. It was in 1S5G, when the A fine programme has been arranged Many sweet girl graduates who pos English and Chinese were at Mar, that and a big meeting is anticiuated. An the Chinese forts fired on Foote's ships, unusually interesting programme has sess broad foreheads will wear their hair in broad, undulations, which were there to protect American been arranged for July 4th. on Commencement day. interests. your ticket Agent for full infor- Ask Embroidered grass linens show very AH parties having claims against the estate The doughty commander demanded mation. Geo. W. Barney, Bis. of Price, deceased, will same artistic minglings of colored silk or to B. L.undersigned, properlypresent theon or an instant apology. "When it was not Pass. Agent. the verified linen threads in their newest patterns. before Jnne 1st. 1888, or they will be barred. forthcoming, he landed his men and led AH parties to will call Soft blousey effects are conspicuous settle on orindebtedsaid the estate save costa. and before date and them against the four forts. Their The human mnchiue starts but once , M.M.PRICE, apra-7walls of granite were pro- and stops but once. You can keep it on the bodice of the fashionable seven-foDR CJI. VAUGHT, Aam bride's gown. But they do not hang tected by many guns and contained going longest and most regularly by 5,000 Chinese soldiers, but Footo capusing DeWitt's Little Early Kisers, the over the waist and hide the exquisite MAES SEDW 400 Americans and famous little pills for constipation and belt, by any means. tured them with g However long and the lost but 40 men, against the enemy's all 6tomnch and liver troubles. Doug...id blooi bi raw... sleeves, they aro invariably distinloss of 400. las & Wines. guished by elaborate trimmings at the The Dupont is named for tho naval fl!B333nD33ii LINCOLN'S shoulder point. SON IN THE ARMY. leader of the Mexican war and tho The newest models in silk or light "Winslow for the commander of tho faChattanooga Times J weight wool materials shown by Best An Odorless Chemical Dressing, containing all mous old Kearsargp. The Kodgen; comthe elements of a perfect plant soil. Easily applied by dissolving in water ordinarily In view of tho eagerness displayed &Co. for girls from twelve to sixteen quired by the plants. Enough for 25 plants reone of the naval heroes of memorates for by Senators, Cabinet officers and the years, are noticeable for their simply one year for 50c. Sent by mail on receipt of 1S12. The Ericsson bears r. name which cut. EUect is obtained by combina- price revolutionized naval warfare when its rest of the big fellows to saddle their PLANT NOURISHMENT CO., Greenville, Tenn. owner built the Monitor and sent her sous on the stall department of the tions of divers color or material, or by against the much feared ilerrimac in army, the following letter is being revere, collar, cuffs and other such acpublished, by way of timely contrast cessories of lace, silk or some very Hampton roads. Our newest topedo boat, the one between the spirit of patrioism and that fanciful material. Tho new Scotch ginghams and which was recently bought in England of greed: and which has not yet been brought to "Executive Mansion, Washington, French zephyrs are as pretty as silks, this side of the Atlantic, is called the Jan. 19, 1SG5. Lieut, Gen. Grant: both in pattern aud coloring. A charming frock is ofocru linen Soniers, The nainc of Commander Please read and answer this letter as This is the grateful exRichard Somers is not so familiar as though I were not President, butonly with skirt and fichu flounced with pression of the thirsty that of Cushing, yet it is connected a friend. My son, now in his twenty-secon- d white lace. Some fetching styles are noted in year, having graduated at Harwith an action as glorious in its coursoul who tastes the liquids age and more unfortunate in its out vard, wishes to see bomething of the new hosiery. Checks and str'nes, cooled by ice made from plaids and dots are all fashionable. come than that which made Lieut. war before it ends. I do not wish to Some girl graduates who affect revivput him in tho ranks, nor yet to give pure distilled water by Cushing famous. commission, to which those who als of bygone styles, will wear long, In the year 1S01, when the United him a the Richmond Ice Facto- white silk mitts, aud States was fighting the Barhary pirates. have already served long are better ry r niekerchief of Soniers manned a fireuhip loaded with qualtified to hold. Could he, without mull or net. EdSPFree delivery, in any Eveian Cable. gunpowder and combustibles and sailed embarrasment to you or detriment to her into the harbor of Tripoli at night the service, go into your military fauiily quantity, and on short TO BE HANGED. to destroy the enemy's ships. JJefore with some nominal rank, I and not the notice. he started on his perilous mission he public furnishing his necessary means? lllarrodsburg Saying If not, say so without the least hesitasaid to his little crew of volunteers: The jury in the case of George A. go with me who does tion, because I am as anxious and as "Let no man not prefer death to surrender." 2s ot a deeply interested that you shall not be Portwood, of Lawrenceburg, charged with the murder of Richard Perkins incumbered as you can be yourself. man of the crew drew back. in his (Porkin's) saloon in this city on Yours truly, A. Lincoln. The ship and its men floated bilontly MANAGER. the 14th day of April, brought in a away in the darkness, and their Late to bed and early to rise, pre- verdict of guilty, fixing his punishment Hcadacho bad? Got Dr. Miles' Pain l'llls. waited long and anxiously for pares a man for his home in the skies. at death, Sunday at noon. The case some sign to toll of their fate. At last the enemy's batteries on shore began Early to bed and a Little Early Biser, was submitted to the jury at 3:30 ii IIP to fire, and a flickering light was neon the pill that makes life longer ahd bet- o'clock Saturday afternoon. Through ter and wiser. Douglas & Wines. out the afternoon and this morning the in the direction which the llreship had OUR OUR SYiOURINART verdict hung on tho opinion of one taken. In an instant it blazed up into Cost LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON, D. C. AND man who favored a life sentence, all a over $100,000 to publish. Contains nearly a flash that lighted the whole harbor, engravings of our Saviour, by the EASTERN CITIES. Gicat Masters. It is not a life of Christ, the others being for death penalty. and 'there was an explosion which an exhibit of all tho great Masters ideals but Tho crime which Portwood stands the Christ. No other book like it ever pub-of rocked the American ship a mile away. Ou account of the meeting of tho convicted for wps a bloody one. Coming lished. Agents ere taking from three to twenThen the darkness settled down again. ty orders daily. The book is so beautiful that when people see it they It. Published In the morning ono of the enemy's National Educational Convention at to this city on the day mentioned, he less than a year and alreadywantits twenty-fiftIn Washinton, D. C. July 8th to 15th, the sough tout Perkins in his saloon and eaiuon. some editions consisting of 1S.50O ships had disappeared and two others books. The presses are running night were disabled, but Somers and his com- Chespeako and Ohio Ry. will sell showed him no quarter in the tragedy to fill orders. (It has never beenday andin this sold round trip tickets to Washington from that followed. Perkins was a cripple, territory,) Awrnsal of the pictures of this panions were never seen again. It is book is like taking a tour among the great art believed that Somers blew up the mag all stations in Kentucky on July 3rd being paralyzed in his right side. ESi'VSLS' EurPe. The Hermitage, Prado, Uffiii, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National or Lonazine of his ship with his own hand and to Cth inc. at Ono Fare plus S2.00 for When Portwood entered the saloon he don, National of Berlin, Belvidere and other tho round trip, good to return until was sitting at a card table with a party celebrated European art galleries, have all perished in order to accomplish his obplacert their rarest and greatest treasnres at July loth; and object to an extension of friends and was not armed. 'I have our disposal that they might be reproduced for ject 1.12u,l?f!ib,work- - "FIRST GLANCE AT THE of time until August 31st by depositcomo here to kill you." said Portwood, PICTURES BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES" ing tickets with the Joint Agent in as he drew a pistol from his pocket says one. "Cleared $150 first week's work with OMAHA EXPOSITION the book." says another. Many men and wo Washington on or before July 12th. and leveled it at Perkins. Throwing men buying and paying for homes from their Jane 1st to October 3 1st nivu bins ETCaC This is your opportunity to visit up both hands Perkins begin to beg imnns of good church WOrJC. Also man or strandiu can secure '""""i Philadelphia, New York and the sea- him not to shoot. Not hesitating a iiuuuua u nere 10 do omc and corresponding with agents In th) work:c shore. Iow rates side trips can be moment, Portwood fired two shots at Address for full particulars A. P. TUB GRANDEST EXPOSITION ru..' Publisher, 189 Michigan Ave., Ill , Floor! (except World's Fair) ever planned made from Washington to Old Point him, boiU.uf which took effect In his body. Perkins ran out the door, but i in the United States. Located within Comfort and the Seashore. iC hC1l? an?,,R,?SMATISM relieved The Chesapeake and Ohio Ky. has on reaching the street fell. Portwood 13 cheap and quick access of the entire Miles' Nerve- Plasters. two limited Vestibuled Trains each followed, and standing over him fired Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at your own doors. Through tickets be- way daily without charge. Its scenery two more shots into his prostrate body. ANTED AGENTS to sell our Printing Presses, Vulcanizcrs, Itaggago and Key yond Omaha allow stop-ovRe- is unsurpassed, its train service une- The provocation for the killing was Cbecl6:Suel and HubbcrSumps. Seal Prcss-t-- u qualled, and is several hours quickest the arrest and punishment of Portwood Stcncis. J. F. W. DORMAN CO., duced excursion rates to Omaha. Take U. Fayette St, ttuto., Md. Catalogue tree. the Burlington Koute the old and from all Central Kentucky points than some month before for drawing a knife 'Official Routes" via Cinciu on Perkins. He held Perkins responsifirmly established line to and through FREE: S20.00 IN GOLD. nati. "A!glance at the map will con- ble for his disgrace and misfortune. lv--.- . Omaha in any direction. Bicycle.dold Watch, Diamond Y vince you." Avoid delays and changes Portwood attorney made a plea of inKinz, or a Scholarship in Howakp Elliott. L. W. Wakeley - vw.i.115 Draughou'3 Practical Business Qcn. Manager. by taking the Chesapeake and Ohio sanity, but it was not established. Gen. Passenger Agent. College. Nashville, Tcnn..or Teiarkana, Tex., or a scholSt. Louis, Mo. trains. arship in most any other reputable business college or literary school la the U. S. can be secured For sleeping can reservation, or any by doing a little worjc at home for the information write or call on your Ticket an illustrated journal. It is elcnting in character, moral in tone, and Agent, or Geo. W. Baknky, especially interesting and profitable to young Dis. Pass. Agt, Lexington, Ky. people, but read with interest and profit by 8, OF-A- Tho State Board of Equalization, which has been in session for sc me time, adjourned Monday. .Nearly all the counties in tho State have, had their assessments raised and the (assessment of tho Hoard has greatly increased that of the Assessors and County Supervisors. In 189G tho equalized value of, all property in the State was $o70,92G,7G2. Tho total valuation for 1S97 was$5i0-095,87In J897 the Board equalised the amount up to 519,419,980. This was still 521,500,000 below thatsflSDG. This year tho Assessors returned a total assessment of f53l,934,04C. Tlifi Board's work shows a net increase over the Assessors' valuation of about $21,000,000, making the total assessments for this year $552,877,970. This is Sa,467,GS7 more than that of last j ear, and $18,048,792 less than 1S9G, The work of the Board this year will add to the revenue of the State more than it would havo had the work of the Assessors and County Boards been allowed to stand. Under this assessment the State will receive approximately $10!),-955.- 5S New York Sun. In a letter dated May, 28, at sea off Key "West, Warren Hardenbtxgh, Quartermaster's mate on the United iM Cblld-Blrt- L---- - ...i in umiMim j ""il PLE 'It fttttO JOc 25c. 50c CANDY QATHARTIC ALL DRUGGISTS. epM-U ! dec8-ly- ed at. k Louis S. Lanka, St. ADVEKISE WITH US, "WE ARE THE Pi:.. I . No. 603 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, will be at Mr. J. B. Willis', Richmond, Ky., on WEDNESDAY, JULY I3tb, 1893. ; C -- returning every second We3heday of each month. Reference every physician of Rich- Ibi6-ly- . mond, Ky a...';; -- ." 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 0O" 9.. . rfsi rl iLid I l jif "T" t II i I n L p. AK1 I TT-- s. TX- - ST !!:!i!:i!!:i!!:::,'-- Tf. jp- -s ' ,. . ..39 OS; 'J mi oa 8 9 3 8 o. a H k V I! 9l B w. SERD-$2.75a- 3.50. WW yon need a Plov, Harrow, Corn Planter, Wagon, or other : taisdmiiseii!: i ia ped, Trade Marks Copyrights &c. r 1 Anyone sending a sketch and description may our opinion tree whether an nulcklr ascertain Invention Is probably patentable. Communlca- Uons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents sent free. Oldest aeencv for secinnir patents. Patents taken through Mural & Co. recelvo rptciol noticf, without cbaixo, U.tho r W ' Designs a oa.. so- e !!. ex.. Wc are sole agents for the Celebrated Vulcan Chilled Plows, jh f Olds Farm Wfcgon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware, Sim i and Ti nware. Tin Roof lit? and Qutterloz a Specialty. f I as e -- 8 Scientific jnntneam lllutrated weeklr. Tinr&est TAYLOR Bros. av e a a one-thir- d 78c. cnlatlon of any scientific Joumid. Tcrjis, Z a rcwr: four months, fL Soldbyidl newsdealer. A handsomely rtr. 'ltetttiiiitiaiiBititaiiittiiiiitiiiiett' 'C83039C30Beoes36seoaeeeBees)osoo " v MUNN&Co.3S,Broad. New York Branch Office, GS F SC, Wast lngtoo, D. U. 2S-- far-apa- rt Notice to Creditors! t act as Manager here and do office work and correspondence at their home. Business already built up and established here. Salary i&H). iitamped envelEndow ope for our terms to A. P. T. Elder, General Manager, 1 Michigan A7enut , Chicago, 111., House nr ld or Woman. jj aAYifcu. of eood EstaMi anstanding, to Hh Grade Church M isbt n at n rt nM .. iI 1 First Floor. i apr6-3- m I IB mOIBEB h Hil DIFLOIUCT! ( V ot w J " close-fittin- w mm iYRUP PEPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! Wanted-- An DR. CALDWCLL'S Idea panS wealth. Protect your Ideas: they may bring Write JOHN WUDDEBBURN & CO.. Patent Attot- - .' seyi. Wasblngton, 1). c ror tnelr IH.HJU pnzo oner I I and list of two hundred lnventloci wanted. I of some simple uhd; u paieni7 you Who can think BUMPS 2:04 3-- 4. RUB EMSTELS 2:05. Jel-l- w "is Col is Ice." CO J SP3 Jf . trial 2 23 00 we nave iouna iz uesc to ten tne trutn aoout tne mi. we sell and when Ave do that it makes v.r. w competition. If instead of telling the truth u. practiced what we have come to call diplomatwe would parade before the public some be.r tifully polished lies, which, while thej cm. not oiFend, would mislead you. But dispense with diplomacy and tell the st ran. truth, hence when we represent a shoe t worth $2, $3, or $4, or any other price, n..i depend upon it in fact you can eounton always r t tin- 3'our mone3''s worth at our store. Our low pn for standard goods don ft make i largeprofit'. btit.l " - 11 SI i ( II II f t V 11 2 M I ? -- II 1 t u-- II i I .."BARITONE" , 29461.. K Phone, No. 21. Freeman Bros,. First hi M H U f I M 1 i open-mas- cross-ove- "Baritone" sired by "Baron . s" 2:18, the greatest trotting stallion that li - een bred up to now because hh produce i ace and outsell the produce of any other st on living or dead. B.iroa Wilkes sired "Bumps" 2:01V Oaklan.iil.' n2:09'f Bubenstein 2:05 Baron Da! i U l4 Xydia Will . . 2 11 y Rachel2:03' Baron Rogers 2:03Jj Baronn l 11 , Red Silk 2:10 Baron Dul.in 2.12 Baron Crisp 2:12', , Bay Baron 2:12l4 Brava 2:11 OU 'HE N Baronmorel:!! ALL RACE RECORDS. And 41 others in the list and is as ylct compara' tively a young horse. "BARJTONB"is a black stallion, snip nose, two white feet, 15 hand 3 inches hijfi. this spring, In color, size and action he resembles his sire about as much 3i any colt he ever got, and has every thing in hil favor that it takes to make up a high-clautock horse, viz.: SPEED, BREEDISQAND INDIVIDUALITY. ss MUTUAL David R. Tevis, INVESTMENT COMPANY Of Lexington, Kentucky. com-lad- es fall-pag- e 'lARrroXKsMlstdam "Black Bs" (2:22) anu sne tne aam or Barodaise iJ,a old, and "Baritone" tril .23)by Wellington, by Kentucky Pnnce.ytirc of Guy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Stratlraore sire of 30 in 2:3'; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in ine great orooa mare list. Notice that this colt comes from a great lino of breeding and speed on both sirj and dam side, and it is almost n certainty thst his colts will go fast and sell well. Service fee $10 cash at tim" of strvice with usual return privilege or mocey refunded in case of failure. Safest Investment . Largest Profits. h B. H. NEALE. mailo OVER $100,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER 838,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. Stamps. Send Jor Prico Ust of OutQt3 to J. r. W. Dorman Co. 121 E. Foyctto St, 3aItinore, eay Manufacturing-Hubbc- COUPONS PAID, MAY, Bei No. 1437 1500 1550 1599 164S 1G97 1S9S. 'FARM- Theundersignehasafarmof 200ain-es-, as a whole or to suit purchaser, which he offers at private sale; sititted at Couf. No Name. Addhkss. Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Union Mills. Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Loxington.Ky 853 1700 1820 1S95 9G2 E IJ Wrenn Perry Crostltwaite Cost Vviu $!.50 44.50 41.50 Ii A Good D 1 Kenyon IJli.lK' 1.1. m 12.5 12:5 x I2"' 4150 43-- 50 -j- ..--. t 4 AC 1750 1S01 ISo-- l 2029 2188 063 23G0 25-1- - DBGood- Mrs FM Jasper Mollie Siitniuons D Ii Good 48.50 4250 42.50 41.50 42.50 41-- 7) 120 It A Good y ers. l'l - ic WHITE'S STATION, 1913 1958 2013 20GI 2124 2G55 275G 2U0 2103 221G SppaiMfc fiu$bana$. Youths-Advocat- y county. 22G5 It is a fine righborhood and accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, railroads, mills, 2320 etc., withlnahalfmileofWbite's Station Post 2371 Office, ten mi is from Richmond. 2427 TERMS on the waters owilver Creek. It is well watered. There Is no better land in Madison 1 25,ooo H S3 sKIN &1 j i J diseased! private DISEASES I Nv No. 12.'No. 14. ILi RTATIONS. " Rara'Lv Loui-v- il Ar 7.5UDm 10.55am Vai5am Ar IimrbrsAr Su2.pm 8S5am fJUl-7Jpra miiain Ar uaroatogAr 440pm 7aam 7 35pm 1U.5jspi Ar Hurgin. . Lr. 4.30pm, 7JSam "" "vTESTBOrsn"" LASTBOn.NU. No. 15.'Nafi7. Sa 16."No.68. statiok lir.pm 7.Wam Lr Loulsvil Ar l(L5.iam 7V)pm IC-pShelbrll Ar 9.27am 6. 9pm laiGam'Ar Verstles Ari 8.05am 4.15pm 7.15pm lt.liiam.lAr Midway AlH 7.15am' 3J8pm 7.tipm iM6pmlAr Ueorgtn LtI 7.15ami 3.00pm MEN ' I CURED f m 250,000 YOUNG MAN CURED U rim ftov-m'- I i TVESTltOCKD. EASTUOOU. 1No. l.)l No. h.i stations. Na 6. 'No. 2. "7.om 1.05pm Lv Loulsvil Ar, i()5am 7upm CKprniLV venlles A 7.50am wwpn laram TJBpm ll.idam Ar NlchlviU Ar, 6i8am 1 Kipm lL5hpm BJUpml Ar liichmnd Lvi 6.05am! 3.15pm l.uopm' ...i 2.00pm Ar Irvine Lvl. N'o- - L ifo.3T BTATIOXS. LT 7.10am 7.J5pm Ar LcxiPirtoa Ar Itnaivl'.le VJ Asl.cHle ..... Ar Savannah.... ., ljulrilla le laijam iqg5pia 8.15pm 7.l5aai 5.10am 1.15nm 5.10am 9.15am 3Jam laiOam laaoam Kirries Free Chair car LoutsitUe to Lcxinstoa. taerec3Bne;ting with Solid Vestibule Train carry I nx tbitnuh Pullman Sleep-- 1 Car 1015 rmlngham. Meridian ac J Now aLo makes close connection at Chatta--i ra lor Atlanta. Joacoa. Jncksonrlllo and - No. Jutirrica Pullman Sleeper Louisville to tfeaLunooga and Uirmtnhaau also Tjtx.ins. tu JavkMHiville via Hot Stoo toSew Orilo1iUaaBUnUra !5leCper vDally exeeptStiaday. o-1 Or-Ka- .... Ar Ua.o Ai Jaxwsr.i.ville . L Clu.Oanoogs Ar lil.minrliam Ar Meridian Ar Xe Or.eans. ... Ar Ar Chattanooga Ar Alluuui ..... . Jark-vavil- 5.00am II. Warn 8.10am 9.25pm 7.10pm C25am ILSpm 11.10pm 7upm 6J0am M W when ignorant of the terrible crime vou were committing. Did yon only consider th fascinating allurements of this dvil habitl When too lato to avoU tho terrible results, were your eyes opened to your peril? Did rou later on in d contract any PUT VATK or U Ht n disease T Were you cured? Do you now and then fee somo alarming symptoms? Dare you marry in your present condition? Vou knnw. " 1AKV. VATTTKH LIKK S0N. if maTriod.aro you constantly living in dread? Is tsarriara a' tail uro with you on account of any weakness caurrd by early abmo or later excesses? Uavo you been drugged with mercury! This booklet will point out to rou the rcsnlts of the;a crimes nml nnlnf out Twit our XEW METHOD TitEAT-will positively euro you. It fhowshowthonsands have been snrwl b our KJJW TKKATJJENT. Tt prove how no can HUAJIANTER TO CURE ANY UtIKAIlLR HASP. OR NO !1V inan-boo- toff" SsS Sfislllllllli Walking the Floor. When a business man gets to the point where he cannot sleep at night, where he is so shattered of nerve that it is torture to even remain in his bed, and he has to get np and pace the floor it is time for that man to bring himself up with a round turn. If he does not; it means nervous prostration and mental, if not physical, death. Fora man who gets into this condition thereis a remedy that will brace him" up, put him on his feet and make a man of him again. Jt is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It goes to the bottom of things. It searches out the first cause. When a man is in this condition you can put your finger on one of two spots aud hivthat first cause the stomach or the liver or both. This great medicine acts directly on these spots. Itpromptlytransformsaweak stomach into a healthy one. It facilitates the flow of digestive juices and makes digestion and assimilation perfect. It gives a .man an appetite like a boy's. It invigorates the liver. It fills the blood with the g elements of the food, and makes it pure, rich, red and plentiful. The blood the life current, and when it is filled with is the; elemtnts that build new and healthy tissues, it does not take long to make a man well and strong. It builds firm, muscular ucsn ussues ana strong ana steady nerve fibers. It puts new life, vigor and vitality into every atom and organ of the body. It cures nervonu exhaustion and prostration. Nothing "just as good" can be found at 'medicine stores. v, I had saifered aboot eleven years with a pain ia the back of my head and bade writes Mr. Robert Hubbard, of Varner. Uncoln Co Atk. life-givin- The Cuban question and political issues sink into insignificance with tho man who sutlers from piles. What ho most desires, is relief DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Douglas & Wines. Kentucky Fair Dates. Ai;cDt3 wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Cc., NashvUle, Tenn. f Mention this paperj augl8-l- y cf all ages. Stories and other interesting nutter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. peo-p- lt balance to address feb3-t- f Siie will be made cash, tilt purchaser. For paiticnlars, one-third Geo. D. White, White's Station, Ky. 2480 2527 2583 203G 2SS0 1497 2004 3023 1730 3127 3255 15S0 30S7 3540 3648 1993 219C 3707 3730 3818 3S93 3902 3955 4027 40S3 H C Horspergor D B Good O U Mnrschall Dr S H Stevenson W B AmJcrson and wife- - Kene,Ky Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky Chicago, 111 Lexinsjton, Ky Lexington, Ky 120 U 117 lH 120.00 117.0(1 41.50 41.50 39.50 Dr A P Taylor. Dr S A Donaldson G M Asher Good & o 4050 .. . Lexington, Ky.... 30 W If Shears Dr A P Taylor- Metcalfe & Armstrong EH&AR Meyer - II F Johnson W FH Norton A A . ..-- ... 2090 2739 27SG Read This I have rented for 1898 the several houses ad vertised by me last December, but have ncir iour or nve omer nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish,Attorney-at-Law- . FLORIDA n. PARRISII, Itjtf6-t- f Attorney and Agent. UKO. W. KII.KY ECOlloMSST R 2837 292G Barilett Mary F l?hely G M Ashar. J Nevfrnan Abl VARICOCELE. SYPHILli?. OLHirr' LSTK1CTUKE. 151 POTENCY. SB- UKKT DRAINS. UNNATURAL KIDXEV aad JJLADDEU diEcafCf. fnl anrl n1IUIIH!TnVa CURES GUARANTEED rilUiAiJILni'. "Tbo Wares of Sin" sent hr eneWiog 2c stamp. CONSULTATION KKHR. If unable to call, write fnr vufiMiuw aLAHit tar hoslk fo ta 2. J xVHEnos.PJsT.A, CoaUrHle. Ky 5.U, iraoir, 3d V HATaw.r.1, Wiatlratea. O. rO.C naKdn,!! u.- J. M. Lexington. Ky. . M WMMBten.D.C. Cnt-P.T- P.iTA, tRS. Kennedys ufU-i-jr Kergan -- C H.TAVLOEaYA. tLettbriUfv'Kj, o..ir ACfilABuXUKBSMjXf3aftMi cihcihuati. 1 122 W. FOURTH STREET, The following are the dntes for holdyear so far as reported to this office. Secretaries or other officers will please advise us of any errors or omissions in the list: Lawienceburg, August 1G 4 days. Fern Creek, August 16- -3 days. Shelbyvflle, August 244 days, Bardstown, August 30 5 days. Lagrange. August 313 days. Elbsabethtown, September 0 4 days. Glasgow, September 14 1 days. Louisville, September 2G 6 days. Owensboro, October 4 5 days. Paducah, October 114 days, j Lancaster. Versailles. ' Richmond. NI v Danvillf. " Lebanon. Shcpherdsville, l" JJarbourville. Hon-- Cave. Howling Green. t Eminence. Winchester. MorganfledVi ing the Kentucky fairs this ( f 14 2976 2025 307S 3125 3183 3233 3282 3327 John L Fisher. Lillie Lochner- , Asa Dotlgje Albert Roehiii Nellie LukeTJ Milwarl J "F Kilaus 4114 Gents I have purchased a box 'of Wright's Celery Capsules from G. H. The sympathetic tenderness of a lov- Miifdelton.-drugRist- , and used them for ing husband is evcrythinir to an expec- Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constitant mother, especially during her first pation and found that they eavo nit orueai. oeorge Jayton, Esq., a promirelief every time. 1 think it an nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the. excellent remedy- following easel !! A customer of mine, whose wife has used Yours Yery truly, four boUlcs of ''Mother's Friend" before conV-- r finement, says, ofler .seeing the effects of the Geo. W. Rilov. remedy, that if sheTiad to go through theordeaL again, and there were but four bottles on th; market, and the cost was $100 per bottle, she' would have. them. Of Shelbyville, Ky., Recommenda Wright's Celery Capsules. Shelbyville, Ky., May 2G, '96. To Wtfght Medical Co., Col., 0.: 4183 3370 4250 4332 842 Val Sehmitlt Barbara Prechtel JHTilfonl Stoveng 51 Marshall... . Albert IIqbhn J A Barlow .... i."-- . o4lo 3519 4255" 4SG1 ... Lexington, Ky.... ... Lexington, Ky .. Danville, Ky ..' Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Danville, Ky...- .Lexington, Ky Baltimore, Md Lexington, Ky Cincinnati, Ohio Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Louisville, Ky Louisville, Ky Lexington, Ky ..... Louisville, Ky.. Louisville, Ky- Lexington, Ky... ... Louisville, Ky. . Louisville, Ky.... Louisville, Ky . Ludlow, Ky..... "Winchester, Ky. Louisville, Ky... . LexingtoD, Ky .... . -- 39.50 40.50 38-5- 0 117.00 117 00 III 00 114.00 111.00 lUtX) 30.50 39 50 3S.50 3S.50 3S.50 34.50 lOsu lll.Co 1110' 10S.0O 10tou 108.00 9GIW 3S50 35.50 37 50 lCb.u 99.0 105.00 93 0) 84 5b S4.5S 33.50 36.50 36.50 36.50 31.50 29.50 35 50 35.50 34.50 3350 33.50 24.58 81.90 39.05 S2.00 S2.00 79 43 77.06 7706 74.7--' GG-- 32.50 2950 30.50 G9.J0 4152-5- 6 Total. $1,5G5.50 .....-.2,487.0- PROFIT OVER COST. Write For I 6 OH cixlliterpture. U i! .f' -- compounded liniment which affords cer-- t tain relief In th various ailments pre-- 1 ceding .childbirth, and assures proper el&sUcitySto the cords and muscles involved in the fiiwlorileal. "Mother's Fnaid" snVl I- - Jmrri' " Mother's Friend " is a scientificsllv MADE ME A MAN ji Boofinof, v Gutferin? ancrGeneraL II A. ! ( 1 SMI TH BOWMAN, Secretary. V J! or;exped on receipt rf sot '1r.- -l seat more u4 fcwj Wit ttaiim fat go set GoMgll Medical DisMnwrv' aiuil.inmi.il lv .? fere hdUP to teU; rer nevaihioaea aeeti el,,M)eiJilJH .the 4js work. Hi9raiB Valuable boot, "Bcfet jBanr.'Vieiika .ppttaiionr, T5' Trft p,wMwiHjm8umwu e,t Mr' .fa "-- ta3S8aJSBiKhfr2x -' SK-- ife VM libTI b Abao or other Exeeates ud Icilic-- ' eretton. withls atutznu!' 2r j- . rWbOtWPnmat Inmnltr and OobmuMm tt mm yMjii.' tor rtfi may I - MB ' .it if ! it i ! - . " - . !& A II1 Ht it c MUbX s - , . 11 CHEAP!I 5IDE, XEXINGTOiS', KY. Jt MHlLHHjl. Local, lfleit, SMMNt Wj. 1 51.25 IN tJ Ar' -- 'M viit'- - -- SBftgay- yUmk.. Tlt rfc- ff JggBgr'' - ., antft r. i5"'ill pPW gfe"---- ! $$ v"t9MS, ai j gMwwjft I if t'T'"V j ffSVfPV! ti jm r! if- Hrjig Tho ?"?ugg a? H i - " 1 mm ao . ALL WOMEN "" -- . In r f r f t II mmm SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN. CALL ATW. County Court Days. TAX VALUES FOR THE YEAR 1898. LIFE ON A WARSHIP. HUNTING SPANIARDS TIME A SEEMS TO LOSE ITS ATTRACTIVENESS. WHEN " lltinil I !'?"" nii K" MlvrL$ fofMlTAtP MLITYTHE - ; Paris, Bourbon county, first'Monday. Kichmond, Madison county, first Monday. - - State Board of Equalization, which has beon in session for some Should know that the "Old Tlmo" Remedy, Lexington, Fayette county, second Monday. Stanford, Lincoln county, second Monday. Georgetown, Scott county, third Mon- Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed and accommoby dating clerks. up-to-date day. Danville, Boylo county, tliird'Momlay. Genuine Saratoja Water Kept on Tap. 13SSSftSPSSSSS$S$SSSS$ Phone 3. Second St. JifCmfOlfD, KT. n r ...... ;::3 O 5 -- o : 2 & f cc2soo o" e- ??????? ;- - eosogo b t- - Porter, then only 20 years old, fought hAN FKACI0, C.I. 7 12 Spanish gunboats with the single O new York. n. v-Louisville, Kt. ship Enterprise and gave them more Jan5-l- y than they wauted. The engagement took place just off Gibraltar, and, alE, though the Enterprise made no captures, her plucky commander emerged from o (OO "W tho unequal contest with a whole skin k 8j?SS3S O and an uninjured ship. The Foote is named for the brave and pious old admiral who first taught o the Celestials that there was a nation gsss . LOUISVILLE, KY. on this hide of the world that knew bow to light. It was in 1S50, when the English and Chinese were at war, that the Chinese forts fired on Foote's ships, Chesue&ks Ok Railway. 9& American wi which were there to protect American intorests. Time of Trains at Winchester. Ky. The doughty commander demanded an instant apology. AVhen it was not WEST BOUND. forthcoming he landed his men and led 6 55 am ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 7 30 am The Ladies' Restaurant is the them against the four forts. Their Eastern Express for Louisville 5 00 pro Morehead and Lexington Accom. 4 50 pin sevon-fofinest in the city. walls of granite were proNew York Limited F F V tected by many guns and contained EAST BOUND. Every convenience for ladies 9 15 am soldiers, but Footo capIslington and MoreVad Accom. 11 58 am in the 5,000 Chinese with 400 Americans and spending the F. K V. New York Limited tured them 6 30 pin Lexington and Mt. Sterlinc Accom 8 23 piu Washington Express city. lost but 40 men, against the enemy's run daily except Accommodation trains loss of 400. Other trains run daily. Gentlemeu's Cafe on Through sleeping and dining car service to OHice floor. The Dupont is named for tho naval New York. leader of the Mexican war and the For information, rates or slecpcrreervations MUSIC : Tuesday, Thurs- "NVinsIow K HOOD. Agent call on or write for the commander of tho faday and Sunday Richmond, Ky. mous old Kearsarge. Tho Kodgers orGEOUGEW BARNEY. evening. D. p. A C A. O. Ry . Lexington. Ky. one of tho naval heroes of TH0S. A. MULLIGAN. 1812. The Ericsson bears a name which decl-l- v MANAGER! revolutionized naval warfare when its owner built the monitor and souther against the much feared Merrimac in The present schedule of Illinois Central RailHampton roads. road, in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans, has made it "Easier I Our newest topedo boat, the one Than Ever' to reach all points in Arkansas, which was recently bought in England Texas. Mexico, Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois and which has not yet been brought to Central's Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled "Limited." is equipped makes it "Easier Than this side of the Atlantic, is called the Ever" to take a trip to the above mentioned Soniers, The name of Commander territory. The Central is the onlv line which runs Free IUchard Soniers is not so familiar as 7Tvtc, e, 3oTTvaA.o Reclining Chair Cars and Yestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South, also a weekl that of Cushing, yet it is connected aud. 3.ccActvY bus.. Pullman Tourist Car tor California, with an action as glorious in its cour9 25pm every Thursday Lve Louisville 8 IRani Arr Memphis Fndav age and more unfortunate in its outf 7 45pra Arr New Orleans Friday Tour of the best Fire Insurance Comcome than that which made Lieut. 8 20pm Lve NewOrleans Friday panies in the United States. Loss.cs paid 8 45am Arr Houston Saturday Cushing famous. promptly. 4 4Spm Saturday Arr San Antonio 3 ihyim Arr B4paw Sunday In the year 1S01, when the United 9 aipm Arr Lo Angeles Mondav In the Prndental, you are offered the 5 15pm States was fighting the Barbary pirates. Arr San Francisco Tuesday best Life Insurance attainable, and on Somers manned a fircMhip loaded with the most approved plans. In Accident - Tnr tfaitr Urate U bftnu. 7h h Insurance eafrain Rie the bet--t We gunpowder and combustibles and sailed not transact business with irrespontrill Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to sible companies. her into the harbor of Tripoli at night the territory mentioned will do well to 261 Second Street, with R H Fowler, Traveling Passento destroy the enemy's ships. Hefore Up Stairs. ger Agent, Louisville. Ky. he started on his perilous mission he Wm. Altokd Kkllond, A G I. G P. A., A. H. said to his little crew of volunteers: LonisiIle, Ky dec29-lChicago, 111. "Let no man go with me who does not prefer death to surrender." Xot a THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. man of the crew drew back. R. B. I. The ship and its men floated silently Time Table No. 33. Taking Effect Mon- Long Troubles and Consumpton Can bo away in the darkness, and their waited long and anxiously for day, May 2, 1S9S. Cured. some sign to tell of their fate. At last 1st Class. 2d Class. EAST BOUND. the enemy's batteries on shore began No. j Xo- - 3 Ko g j Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex bun An Eminent New YorV Chemist and Scientist to fire, and a flickering light was seen Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers. A. M. P.M. A.M. in the direction which the fireship had 10 22 6 52 Versailles 5 30 11 02 7 35 6 48 taken. In an instant it blazed up into Nicholasville 11 IS 8 20 Valley View 8 The distinguished New York chemist. T. A. a flash that lighted the whole harbor, 11 41 13 8 50 Million Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a re11 58 8 33 9 :5 Richmond. liable and absolute cure for Consumption and 'there was an explosion which P. K. (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, 10 00 12 13 Union throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn rocked the American ship a mile away. 12 16 10 0 Moberlev. . coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline Then the darkness settled down again. 12 30 10 M IlraSeid and weakness, loss of flesh, and all conditions 12 35 Panola 1I 40 of wasting awa. will send THREE FREE In the morning one of the enemy's 1 05 11 35 Irvine BOTTLES Call different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of the Climax 6hips had disappeared and two others writing for them. NoTlO No. 2f N6T4TN0T8 were disabled, but Somcrs and his comHis "New Treatment" has cured thousands w est bouvo. Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun permanently by its timely use, and he considpanions were never seen again. It is ers it a simple professional duty to suffering A. M. P. M. P. M. A. M o humanity to donate a trial of his infallible believed that Soiners blew up the 11 55 2 10 Irvine . cure. 1 05 Panola 2 25 of his ship with his own hand and Science daily develops new wonders, and 1 20 BrassSeld 2 30 this great chemist, patiently experimenting for perished in order to accomplish his ob1 45 2 41 Moberley years, has produced EXCaiEhXE OF SYRUP OF RGS is due not only to the originality and simplicity of tbe combination, but also to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the California Fio Syt.up Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fio Syrup Co. only, a knowledge of that iact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties. The high standing of the California Fio Syrup Co. ith the medical profession, and the satisfaction, which the genuine Syrup of Figs lias given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is far in advance of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. -- Nicholasville, Jessamine county, third 3Ionday. Winchester, Clark county, fourth Jlonday. Versailles, woodford county, fourth Monday. IS EACH ONE BEARS THE NAME 0F-A- OF- HIMSELF FICER WHO DISTINGUISHED BY UNUSUAL BRAVERY. Boston Globe (,'oulil a torpedo boat liau a more appropriate name than the Cushinp, which commemorates the gallant union lieutenant who destroyed the ironclad Albermarle nt tho risk of almost certain death, and whose work was the forerunner of that which his steel namesake is expected to do? The Porter bears a name that tills tho American tar with pride and lecalls the only sea fight that ever took place between the United States and Spain. time, adjourned Monday. Nearly all the counties in the State have, had their assessments raised and tho assessment of the Board has greatly increased that of the Assessors and County Supervisors-I- n 1890 the equalized value of all property in tho State was So70,92G,7G2. The total valuation for 1S97 was In JS97 the Board equalized the amount up to $319,419.9S0. This was still $21,500,000 below thatsfl896. This jcar tho Assessors returned a total assessment of $531,934,046. Th5 Board's work shows a net increase over the Assessors' valuation of about $21,000,000, making the total assess ments for this year $552,877,970. This is $3,4i57,GS7 more than that of last j ear, and $18,048,792 less than 1S9G. The work of the Board this year will add to the revenue of the State $109,- 955.5S more than it would have re ceived had the work of the Assessors and County Boards been allowed to stand. Under this assessment the State will receive approximately $530-09o,87- S, T New York Sun Pf. lk. wmJmmJ H nav 1 1 Mm m j JA JJ inn, I Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruisesi, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Perry & Drug Store, Successors to "W. Thomas decl5-l- y G. White. LOW RATE FOR LEXINGTON CHAUTAUQUA It was in 1S06 that Commodore David U' LOUISVILLE On account of Kentucky Chautauqua 28, at sea of! West, Warren Hardenbergh, Quartermaster's mate on the United States scout steamer Scorpion, of the flying squadron, gives some idea of life on a warship. After describing a cruise 1 1 LM 11 mmmmmMmmxfwmnmmJ mmwWmmmw mmmwtmmj of his vessel he writes: is peculiar how circumstances alter one's ideas of patriotism. In the enemy's country on a wooden ship doIs the.. bost for Feiaite Troubles. Corrects all ing scout duty is tough. If captured, .. irregularities mrranuo ftwmma ""..,,Z: uip". Chntllil Till mercy for scouts. your jig is up. No taken tor Chanre cl U!e and before stood the s wm jb 3Psfmwmmmw Plutcra "O'd Time" Rmoflss have ummWTmMmmT I You turn in and try to steal a few lesiionweaijr juid. hours' sleep, tho crew sleeping at tho Madeoulrby NewPpenccrJtcrtlctneCo., Cnat- ALL 10c. .. .n.iuv.., . . cmia. nnd iliKf. nq vnn are Kt.irtillC to lMm Mm 11 nc. m (dream of home a Quartermaster pokes a dark lantern in your lace and yells Perry & Thomas, druggists, successors to "W. r G White. ., " j out 'Big ship on starboard quarter!' lepts-iYou tumble out of your bunk half asleep, crawl down two companion ladj i ders to your post in the magazine, and ADVEIi'ISE VITH DS, "WE ARE THE PS. wondering Louis there you sit in the dark, just in what way you are to bo killed. I'oported every Tuesday at noon by E. Deatherago & Co., Staple and inftftfiftaAatfiA8fi0A006SOO93O9aO9GOS 9CC6 At that particular moment you haven't ) a Fancy Groceries, Richmond, Ky. a . ?: a No. 503 'West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, no reason lost any Spaniards and have Kichmond, Ky., on will be at Mr. J. II. Willis', to be hunting them. In fact, you can't WEDNESDAY, JULY 13th, 1893, EGGS 71c cash ; 8c in trado see what all this fuss is about. 01 e.. returning every second Wednesday of each BUTTER-Cho- ice country, 1015c. course there are some brave souls who of month. Reference every physician Iabl6-l- Richmond, Ky. go strutting about the deck talking REESWAX 2025c. patriotically, but in the excitement DRIED FRUIT Apples bright, oc. 50 YEARS' these gentlemen have nothing to say. WOOL Clear grease wool, 1015c; EXPERIENCE lifo is a chance, anyhow, aud, at But j) you need a Plov, burry, 1015c; tub washed, 25c. all events, one is not stagnated for lack Harrow, CHEESE Country, 10c. of excitement. Thore is no dull monCorn Planter, 03. TIMOTHY SEED-1.- 501 game." otony about this Wagon, or other SEED $2.75$3.50. CLOVER "One Minute Cough Cure is tho best 40 RLUE GRASS SEED-StripTrade Marks We are sole agents for the Celebrated Vnlcan Chilled Plow preparation I have ever sold or used Designs Olds Farm Wagon In fact, carry a complete line of Hardware. Mn 50c; extra clean, CO"5c5 fancy clean, e COPYRICHTS &C. and I can't say too much in it3 praise." ind Tinware. Tin Rooting and Guttering a Specially. pure seed, $1$1.33. Anyone sending a sketch nd description may L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. qnlcklr ascertain onr oplntsn free whether an sex- lnTentlon isproDaDiypacenuiDie. BEAKS-- SI 00(251.50 per bu. lommunira. Douglas & Wines. r confidential. Handbook on ratcnta In Key a letter dated May, l n liff.i 'It mSn YP JrtTl CnLY vi Ka3r .,.. CMM-Blrt- a. SfJ lmmJWITTmWm ummlmwMtnu f' y Ift drugglst. -- dec8-ly- ,t; it k I. kim ef f(ll.8IO90O49OI9tetlt9l-- iiaovvswv !,,!!,!!!,!!I! Sen-ea-0- y. ARMERS a 9 g 9 6 jjjjjTjra Scientific flimerican. MUNN&Co.36'8. Branch Office, C25 2S-- 27 est. cct. so.. FaiisipiBiik s - 3 3 ped, e.. 88. oV, W T ul Assembly at Lexington, the Chesapeake and Ohio Hv. will sell round trip tickets to Lexington on June 29th to July 9th at one and faro for round trip tickets, good to return until July 11th. A fine programme has been arrauged and a big meeting ib anticiuated. An unusually interesting programme has been ananged for July 4th. Ask your ticket Agent for full information. Geo. V. Barney, Dis. Pass. Agent. one-thir- d NEW POTATOES-$1.001.- 25. NEW YORK FASHIONS. SHOULDER MEAT BACON-8i1- 0c. Cc uonsstncti: sent free. Oldost aaoncy for sccurlnir patents. Patents taken thronch Mtinn & Co. receive rpcrlaf notice, without charge. In the 90s.. ot da' Sfla-da- v. The human machine starts but once and stops but once. You can keep it going longest and most regularly by using De Witt's Little Early Kisers, the famous little pills for constipation and all stomach and liver troubles. Douglas & Wines. LINCOLN'S SON IN THE ARMY. J (Chattanooga Times EASIER THAN EYEB. M I kdm for; In view of the eagerness displayed by Senators, Cabinet oificers and tbe rest of the big fellows to saddle their sons on the staff department of the arm', the following letter is being published, by way of timely contrast between the spirit of patrioism and that of greed : "Executive Mansion, Washington, Jan. 19, 1S63 Lieut, Gen. Grant: Please read and answer this letter as though I were not President, but only a friend. My son, now in his twenty-secon- d year, having graduated at Harvard, wishes to see something of the war before it ends. I do not wish to put him in the ranks, nor yet to give him a commission, to whic'i those who Tk- te A- -, je2-l- y Hans-ov- . y R. N. & R. com-lad- es CO ' mag-aziu- Union Riehmsnd. Million Valley View Nicholasville Versailles ' s results as bcnificial to humanity as can be claimed by anv modern 6 05 2 15 genius. His assertion that lung tronbles and CO 6 20 3 consumption are curable in any climate is 6 31 3 25 proen by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," 4 JO 6 5S fllediu his AmeHcan and European laboratoC 10 7 50 ries in thousaua jodi those cured in all parts of the world. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. Medical exper concede that bronchial, All trains connect with Louisville Southern chest nnd lung troules lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and certrains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C. N. 0. 4.T. P. trains tain death Simplv write to T A Slocum, M C, 98 Pine to and from Cincinnati street New York giving postofuce and express J. W. ROCK. Train Dispatcher address, and the free medicine will be promptW. H ADAMS. Superintendent. ly sent Sufferers should take instant advan-ta- g of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the UicuiiovD Climax jly7-l- y 2 3 3 3 47 15 30 45 4 10 S 00 ject OMAHA EXPOSITION Jane 1st to October 31st EXPOSITION T1IK GKANDEST ,&$) s OUTHERN RAILWAY. 1. ON KENTUCKY ) erlitnlala la effect May EASTOOPXD. . L Ar SbelbrH'.e Ar La'renceb'g Ar Vcraille Loub-tiile.- 1808. . Ar Lexington ia45am 7.20pmjiagpra No. 6. No. 2. I 7.45am 4.40pm, 8.10am, &.0pm) 8.3.1am 5.30pm 9Tam 6.19pm lafAam. 7.50pm No. 1 ; No. fx 7 40am 7.45pm PUUam, fxS'pmi 9.07pm 9 55am 0.30pmj .50pm l0.1Cam 6.62pm laOPpm No. 4. 6.Uxua 5.45am ft?3iim 7.&0am HS A Book OF sim (cxrept World's Fair) ever planned in the Uuited States. .Located within cheap and quick access of the entire .Missouri and Mississippi Valleys, at your own doors. Through tickets beyond Oinaba allow htop oers. Reduced excursion rates to Omaha. Take the Burlington Route the old and firmly established line to and through Omaha in any direction. Howard Gen. for Young and Old yECURE NERVOUS 3 Elliott. Xi. W. Wakeley Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent. St. Louis, Mo. OUR RECORD WlJSTBOI'Xtl. Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Shelby ille Loui-till- Ioxineton Vernaille. Iji'rt'nccb's e - . . 1, Est! 1878 250,000 DISEASED BL00DI SKIN ) 1C tion Chair Core. EARTBOnXU. Trains Nos- 2. 5 and C carry Free Observa- m J9 ci If I PRIVATE MH have already served long are better qualtified to hold. Could he, without embarr.isir.cnt to you or detriment to the service, go into yourmilitary family TO BE HANGED. with some nominnl rank, I aud not the public furnishing his necessary means? lllsrrodsburg Saying If not, say so without the least hesitaThe jury in the case of George A. tion, because 1 am as anxious and as deeply interested that you shall not be Portwood, of Lawronceburg, charged with the murder of Richard Perkins incumbered as you can be yourself. in his (Porkin's) saloon in this city on Yours truly, A. Lincoln. the 14th day of April, brought in a Late to bed and early to rise, pre- verdict of guilty, fixing his punishment pares a man for his home in the skies. at death, Sunday at noon. The case Early to bed and a Little Early Riser, was submitted to the jury at 3:30 the pill that makes life longer alid bet- o'clock Saturday aftornoou. Throughout the afternoon and this morning tho ter and wisor. Douglas & Wines. verdict hung on tho opinion of one D. C. AND LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON, man who favored a life sentence, all EASTERN CITIES. the others being for death penalty. The crime which Portwood stands On account of the meeting of the convicted for w?s a bloody one. Coming National Educational Convention at to this city on tho day mentioned, he Washiuton, D. C. July 8th to 15th, the sough tout Perkins in his saloon and ill sell showed him no quarter in the tragedy Chespeake and Ohio Ry. round trip tickets to Washington from that followed. Perkins was a cripple, all stations in Kentucky on July 3rd being paralyzed in his right side. to Oth inc. at One Fare plus 2.00 for When Portwood entered the saloon he the round trip, good to return until was sitting at a card table with u party July 15th; aud object to an extension of friends and was not armed. ''I have of time until August 31st by depositcome here to kill you." said Portwood, ing tickets with the Joint Agent in as he drew a pistol from his pocket Washington on or before July 12th. and leveled it at Perkins. Throwing This is your opportunity to visit up both hands Perkins begin to beg Philadelphia New York and the sea- him not to shooL. Not hesitating a shore. Low rates side trips can bo moment, Portwood fired two shots at made from Washington to Old Point him, boib.uf which took effect in his Comfort and the Seashore. body. Perkins ran out the door, but The Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. has on reaching the street fell. Portwood two limited" Vestibuled Trains each followed, and standing over him fired w ay daily without charge. Its scenery two more shots into his prostrate body. is unsurpassed, its train service une- The provocation for the killing was qualled, and is several hours quickest the arrest and punishment of Portwood from all Central Kentucky points than some month before for drawing a knife ''Official Routes" via Cincin on Perkins. He held Perkins responsinati. "A!ghnce at the map will con- ble for his disgrace and misfortune. vince you." Avoid delays and changes Portwood attorney made a plea of inby taking tbe Chesapeake and Ohio sanity, but it was not established. trains. For sleeping car reservation, or any ympai&etic information write or call on yourTicket Agent, or Geo. W. Uakney, Dis. Pass. Agt, Lexington, Ky. open-inascross-ove- Japanese embroidered gauze fans arc HAMS-10- llc. very beautiful. LARD 78iC. The bodices of wedding gowns ar? MILLET $1.00S1.2o. " all made with plain backs. Many sweet girl graduates who possess broad foreheads will wear their undulations, hair in broad, on Commencement day. Embroidered grass linens show very All parties having claims against the estato game Price, deceased, will artistic minglings of colored silk or ot B. L.undersigned, properlypresent theon or to the verified before June 1st. 1888, linen threads in their newest patterns. All parties indebted toor they will be barred. the estate will call Soft blousoy effects are conspicuous settle on or before said date and save costs. and M.M.PRICE, j .,,,,,. on the bodice of the fashionable apr20-7DU VAUGHT, j bride's gown. But they do not hang over the waist and hide the exquisite FLOWERS REOW belt, by any means. g However long and the ...aw blooi by. rsra... sleeves, they are invariably distinguished by elaborate trimmings at the shoulder point. The newest models in silk or light weight wool materials shown by Rest An Odorless Chemical Dressing, containing all the elements ot a perfect plant soil. Easily & Co. for girls from twelve to sixteen applied by dissolving in water ordinarily required by the plants. Enough for 25 plants for years, are noticeable for their simply one year for 50c. Sent by mail on receipt of cut. Effect is obtained by combina- price PLANT NOURISHMENT CO.. tions of divers color or material, or by Greenville, Tenn. revers, collar, culls and other such ac cessories of lace, silk or some very fanciful material. Tho new Scotch jringhains and French zephyrs are as pretty as silks, both in pattern and coloring. A charming frock is ofocru linen This is the grateful exwith skirt and fichu flounced with white lace. pression oE the thirsty Some fetching styles are noted in soul who tastes the liquids new hosiery. Checks and stripes, cooled 03-- ice made from plaids and dots are all fashionable. Some girl graduates who affect revivpure distilled water by als of bygone btyles, will wear long, the Richmond Ice Facto- w lute silk mitts, aud r nickerchief of mull or net. Eveiyn Cable. ESPFree delivery, in any far-apart A handsomely Illustrated weekly. TdirirMt rlf. dilation of any scientific iturnnl. Tcrais, t3 A year: four months, IL. Sold by all newsdealer. yu: C c TAYLOR Bros. New York F St., Washington, D. C Notice to Creditors! jj fVfYTWV n? Old Established House H'fih Orade Man or Woman act as Manager here and do office work and correspondence at their home. Business already built up and established here. Salary $9iK). Enclose stamped envelope for our terras to A. P. T. Elder, General Manager. ISO Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111., aprC-3First Floor. m lis "We sums THAS TRUTH 'a FiloTbi e 0 a 19 J 3 u V 3 v V l 2 DIPLOMACY! - w I. i close-fittin- mn mi iYRUP FSuPSI 'CURES CONSTIPATION.! Who can think Wanted-- An of some simple touig 10 paienw Protect Tour Ideas: thrr may brtn? tou wealth. Write JOHN WKDDEKBURN CO, Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C, for their tlAU prize offer and list ot two hundred laTentlon wanted.- - DR. CALDWELL'S Idea BUMPS 2:04 3-- 4. RUBCSSTEIN2:03. el-4- w Is Mils-Ic- e." have found it best to tell the truth about the h we sell and when we do that it makes v.n wi M competition. If instead of telling' the truth practiced what we have come to call diplom.u we would parade before the public some be.i tifully pSlished lies, which, while they em. not offend, would mislead you. Rut dispense with dipIomacT and tell the strain truth, hence when we represent a shoe $2, $3, or $4, or any other price, 3'on n,.i depend upon it in fact you can count on al way .ir ting 3'our money's "worth at our store. Ourlowpru for standard aoods doiCtmakews largejyrofit. lwttl i . l II t I II i I t -- i I 11 14 11 i t 1 .."BARITONE" 29461.. trial 2 23 , "Bariton-E- " sired by "Bann W - s" 2:18, eeu bred the greatest trotting stallion that ..ce and up to now because lm prodnce on living outsell the produce of any other ordcad. Itarou Wilkes sired "numps',2:01iC Oakland . n2.09' Baron Da1 1 H Rubensteln 2.05 Nydia Wnk 2 II U Rachel 2:0S'4 Baron Rogere 2 :(;. Baron t 1 11 , RedSilk2:10 Baron Union 2.12 Baron Crisp 2.12', , Bay Baron 2:12'4 Baronmore l:ll,i Phone, No. 21. Freeman Bros, 11 u m 9 J J u I ou 1HERI MUTUAL quantity, and on short notice. Brava2:It ALL RACE RECORDS. And 41 others in the list and is as yet comp-ira-( ely a young horse. "Baritonb" is a black stallion, snip nose, two white ftet, 15 hand 3 inche i high. - years-ol- d this spring, In color, sizn and action he resembles his sire about as innch a any colt he MANAGER. ever got, and has every thing in Ids favor that it takes to make up a high-clis- s stock horse, viz.: Hcadacho bad? Got Dr. Miles Pain Pills. SPEED, BREEDlSdAND INDIVIDUALITY. nURiTOJreVlstdam "BlaoV Ba" (2:22'f and she the dam of Barodaise 2:2iV at OP TEE old, and "Baritone" tril' 2.23H) by Wellington, by Kentucky Prince.teiro of Ouy 2:10 and others; 2d dam by Stntlimore sire of 0UR0URSYI0URINART" 30 in 2:30; 3d dam by Mambrino Patchen, she in the great brood mare list. Cost over $1(0,000 to publish . Contains nearly lino a e an) engravings of our Saviour, by the ofNotice that this colt comes fromsire great dam breeding Gieat Masters. Itisnota life of Christ, but side, and it and speed on bolt that and colts his acertamtj an exhibit of all tha great Masters' ideals of will go fast is almostwell. aud sell the Christ. No other book lite it ever pub$10 cash at tun" of service with Service fee lished. Agents are taking from to twenty orders daily. The book is so three beautiful that usual return privilege or money refunded in when people see it they want it. Published case of failure. less than a year and already in its twenty-fift- h edition, some editions consisting of 18,500 books. The presses are running day and night to fill orders. (It has never been sold in this territory ) A perusal of the pictures of this mado eay Manufacturing: book is lite taking a tour among the great art Hubber Stamps. Send tor The Hermitage, Prado, ??llei"n.3f ,EurPe. l'rico List of Outfits to Uffizl, Pitti, Louvre, Vatican, National of Lon- J. r. TV. Dcrman Co, 121 uuii, nauunai oi uenm, uelvldere and other E. Favctto SL, Baltimore, celebrated European art galleries, have all MiL, Catalosuo free. ' disposal that they"". KiKirai. treasures at pur ii might be reproduced for this superb wort. "FIRST AT THE David R. Tevis, HIT 4- INVESTMENT COMPANY Of Lexington, Kentucky. "?EE full-pag- Safest Investment - -. .- Largest Profit B. H. 1NEAL.E. OVER $100,000 PAID IN MATURITIES. OVER ri Onirif -- $38,000 RESERVE AND SURPLUS. 1S9S. U-- COUPONS PAID, MAY, Def.No. 1437 1500 1550 1599 164S 1C97 pictures RRnnnnTTPinaA f2y w?.."Gledred ,J50 firat week's work with -- t men ana j.iiuiuk. homes from women buying and paying forjiany RIlPfMK .-- Their With thfe m.fll .......1- ... .1 nuiA.. aisu woman, of good "church stranding, can man or secure position of Manager here to do ofBce work and corresponding with agents in this territory. Address for full particulars A. P. T. Elder. Publisher, 189 Michigan Ave., Ill , First Floor! apro-3- m FARMiFORf Coin. No Name. 833 E B Wren D 1' Kenyon Adduess. Lexington, Ky.... Cost. Ky $13.30 44.50 44.5.) 44 50 43.50 48 30 42 CO 42.30 41.30 42.30 41.30 41.30 41.30 39.30 Vm $1- - ' 1750 Miles Norvo Plasters. 1S01 "gAfilfACiTEanjl Rheumatism relieved IVby Dr. WASTED AGENTS to sell our Crintinp ' Presses, Vulcanizcrs, Itaggago and Key CbectxsvStocland UubbcrSUmps. Seal Presses StencJLs. && J. F. W. XKIKMAN CO., U t K Fuycf St., Balto., MiLCauioguo Irec 1700 1820 1S93 902 2029 21S8 063 23G0 Perry Crosthwaite R A Good Ixin;ton, I21 DB Good- 3IrsFM Jasper Mollie Siniinous D R Good Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky .... Lexington, Ky Union Mills. Ky- - IJt.lMI Ijxiugton, Ky Lexington, Ky.. Loxington.Ky .... ... Kene, Ky Lexington, Ky..... .Lexington.Ky Chicago, 111 Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexington, Ky Lexiugton, Ky Danville, Ky Lexington, Ky .... Lexington, Ky Danville, Ky........ Lexington, Ky Daltimore, Md .... Lexington, Ky Cincinnati, Ohio.. Lexington, Ky. . Lexington, Ky .. Louisville, Ky Looisville, Ky . Lexington, Ky Lonisvillo, Ky Louisville, Ky ... Lexington, Ky... -Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky... Louisville, Ky ... Ludlow, Ky..... Winchester, Ky. Louisville, Ky... . Lei-ingtu- 1211 1834 1913 The undersignehas a farm of 200 acres, as a 1958 whole or to suit prrchaser, which he offers at private sale; fcitihted at 2013 WHITE'S fitisbamls. WESTBOCSD. No. 12. No. 14. JL KTATIOXR. "i.tipraj ".fl&m Lr Loui-vi- l Ar 7A."pml0.5.'am tuYiam Ar LaraebrgAr 5ii)mi 8.25am fvSflTn! 7J2fprn'lu.Uam ArllarodsbgAr 4 4upm 735am 7 .55pm imaTiam Ar llurgin. Lv 4 30pml WESTBOCSUT" tASTDOUKU 8Tatio3:sI No.l5.MNo.w. Na 1S.hNq.68. 4.u."pra 7.40am Lv Loulsvtl Ar l(L5aazn 7.50pm fv3Spra ftw.mAr Shelbvil Ar 9.27am, 6. 9pm f5rjini latCam Ar VersUes Art 8.05am 4.15pm I.l.'Vpm 1LI waAr Mldwsy Ar 7 45amj 3Jpm 7.4:ipm I2.6pmr Georctn X.tI 7.15amt 3.00pm EASTIJODbU. VZ5TBOUND. INo l.tNq 5. 1 irrATioit8. liNa 6.jtNo. 2. "7.40am 4 05pm Lr LouisvilAv 1055am 7J)Opm CVipra Lv Verslles An 7.50am 5.00pm ll.i Cam 7JBpm,ArNlchlvlllAr 68am! .10pm lL5pm . BJOpm.Ar Uichmnd Lv COSarn! il'Spm 1.05pm-.2.00pm Ar ln-ln-e Lvl. N. MEN cured m VnilMH FJUFJ IUUI1U II I HI ignorant P15EASES 7aia The Cuban question and political issues sink into insignificance with tho man who suffers from piles. What he most desires, is relief DeWitt's Witch Hazel Sah'e cures piles. Douglas & Wines. Kentucky-Fa- ir FREE: 20.00 INQOLO. Bicycle.aold Watcli, Diamond on the waters o!, Silver Creek. In is well wa- j no better land in Madison King, or a Scholarship in tered. There x--v uraugnon's Practical Business county. College, NashviUe, Tcnn.. or It is a fine rfighborhood and accessible by schol arship in jnost any other, reputable business col turnpike to scpols, churches, railroads, mills, lege or literary scnooi a ine u.s. can be securea etc., within a ialfmile of White's Station Post bydoingalitue work at home for the Youths Office, ten mi is from Richmond. Advocate, an illustrated journal. TERMS SJe will be made cash, It is in character, moral in tone, and For particulars, especially interesting and profitable to young balance to flit purchaser. people, but read with interest and profit by peo- address ple of all ages. Stories nnd other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Agents wanted. AddreS3 Youths Advocate Pub. Co.. Nashville, Tenn. f Mention this paperj feb3-t- f White's Station. Ky. - STATION, one-third 20(51 2110 Young i rfiflOlfi elev-itin- g 21(3 2210 22G5 y Geo. D. White, 2320 2371 2427 2480 .V7 23S0 2G36 Good H C Horsperger D B Good 2(535 O U Marschall 2756 Dr S II Stdvensoii 2SS0 W B Arjderson and 1497 Dr A P Taylor. 2904 Dr S A Donaldson oi2o jf jt, xxsricr ......... 1730 Good & Co 2547 2124 3127 3253 15S0 30S7 3140 3340 3648 1993 219C RA 120 (X 117(i 120.00 117.0 117 00 117 Ot) 111 0( wife v 4030 39.50 40.50 38-50 .... 114 0(1 111.00 114 10 W H'Sbears Dr A P Taylor- Metcalfe & Armstrong... E H & A P. Meyer F II "Norton 30.30 ' 39 30 lOsix 111.0' 1110O 10S0O m-i- 3S50 3S.50 3S.50 34.50 10&.00 IM5 RF Johnson. W 0O aug!8-l- y laaai ... HTATIOMJ. Er l.culivilla Ar lyoiiaxloa Ar Knoxvl:le -- No. 41b?n J.iKo.1 7 Ai Ar Savuncab M Av'cille ...... lR45am lasSpia 8.lnpm 7.45am 5.10am 1 15pm . . . ' 5.10am 5.00amilL40am 8.10am BJ5pm 7.40nm Ti?Ti5m 11.3ypm 11.10pm 3 mm 10.ln-.i10.30um.iu. 30am lnm fr.M 4 fr n. PrM rril m. T..f..it- - . LexlnTtoo. taere conncitlmr with bolld Vestl-b- ul Twin carrying through Pullman Sleep-- I II rmlngham. Meridian and New r Car lb makes aLo close connection at Chatt-- 1 r for Atlanta. lacon. JucicsonrUc aad , Ao a curries Pullman Sleeper Louisville to inalur.fxigtt and Uirmlnzham. alo IyMlag-,- J Vl'f,a,:kM'1"! l? Hot Springs, Aubcvtlfe. 1 id Vullaau Union Sleeper ixinStoa to Jfew N'a. I Ar ('hjuaaooga Ar A.iauia ..... . ... ........ ArMa.no Ar Jagt3QUrille . .. Lv Cha.uin'Kja Ar llLminrbajn ..... Ar Meridian At New Orleans..... r?trrlm "7uinn 6J0am l5im Have yon sinned 1 against nature when of ue terrible crime you were committing, llid you only consider tht fascinating allurements of this evil habit? Wheu too lato to avoid tho te nolo resnlu, were your eyes opened to your peril? Did you later on in manhood contract any PRIVATE or IlLOfin dieeae? Wereyoucured? Do yon now and then see somoalanning symptoms? Jaro you many in yonr present condition? Vou know. "LUCE FATHER, LIKE SON." If married, am you constantly liring in dread? Is marriage a failure withyouonaccountof any weakness caused ty early abuto or later excesses? Hare you been drugged with mercurrl This booklet will mint out to you tho rosnlti of thefo crimes and iioint out howoorNKW .METHOD TREAT- will pontively euro you. It Fhows how thonsand s have been saved hv our NEW TREATMENT. pmvci bow wo can GUARANTEE TO CURE ANY OURAULE CASE OR NO PAY. " Wo treut and VARICOCELE. SYPHILIS. OLEET. BTRICTDRE. I.M POTENCY, 8E- UKKT DRAINS, UNNATURAL DISCHARGED. KIDNEY ftDd I1LADDER diseases. 250,000 CURED Walking the Floor. Dales. Read This I have rented lor 1838 the several houses advertised by me last December, but have now four or five other nice cottages, well located and equipped for sale on easy terms. Call at my office over Messrs. White & Gibson's store, with Stephen D. Parrish, Attomey-at-LaFLORIDA H. PARRISH, jan2S-t- fl2S-ECONOMi- ST 2090 2739 2780 2337 292(5 297G J A A Newman Bartlett -- 3S50 35.50 Hfojio RAPE ammLWm Sheiy 3707 Gil Aslier. 3730 John L Fifcher 3818 X.illie Lochner-.- .. 3S93 3902 3955 4027 40S5 MaryF - '3750 . 99.0' ia3.oo 1K50) iltai It Or-Jc- ns. CURES GUARANTEED The Wares of Sin" rent free br welofing 2c tUmp. CONSULTATION" FREE. If unabls tn call, writs fnr QUESTION IlLAiJK for 110MK TREATMENT. Orleans. i tDally except Sunday, LeclagMJn. Ky. WHHoif.r&TA.. S.T.Sirr. P.iT.A, LoubivUlc, Ky iKennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, - CIKCIHHATI, O. sBglt-f- y b- xxzet. I.l.vJ,jf5!ci.JdVP.Aa.M.. J.ltCr,p.T.M WtaWeton. D WMbtsttea.DC V.ATCEKJ.P.A Wti.K.TxruatJLG HA, fc4UiNflwu ft, y. JjasriM, Ky. Tho following are the dates for holdWhea a business man gels to tbe point where he cannot sleep at night, where he is ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far so shattered of nerve that it in torture to as reported to this office. Secretaries even remain in his bed, and he has to pet up and pace the floor it is time for that or other officers will please advise man to bring himself up with a round turn. us of any errors or omissions in If he does noti it means nervous prostration the list: and mental, if not physical, death. For a man who gets into this condition Lawiencebr.rg, August 1G 4 days. there is a remedy that will brace him" up, Fern Creek, August 10- -3 days. put him on his feet and make a man of him asjain. It is t)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Sholbyville, August 244 days. Discovery. It goes to the bottom of things. Rardstown, August 30 5 days. It searches out the first cause. When a man is in this condition you can put your Lagrange, August 31 3 days. finger on .one of two spots and hit,that first Elizabethto irn, September 0 1 days. cause the stomach or the liver or both. Glasgow, September 14 1 days. This great medicine acts directly on these npots. It promptly transforms a weak stomXioulsville, September 20 G days. ach into a. healthy one. It facilitates the Owensboro, October '1 5 days. flow of digestive juices and makes digestion and assimilation perfect It gives a Paducah, October 114 days. , man an appetite like a boy's. It invigorLancaster. ates the her. It fills the blood with the elements of the food, and makes Versailles. . " it pure, neb, red and plentiful. The blKd ' Richmond. the life current, and when it is filled with is ' the. elemtnts that build new and healthy Danville. tisnes, it does not take long to make a man lebaiioii. well and strong. It builds firm, muscalar "Sesh tissues and strong and steady nerve Shcpherdsville. ", fibers. It puts new life, vigor and vitality Barbourvillo-Hore- e into every atom and organ of the body. It cures nervous exhaustion and prostration. Cave. , Nothing "just as good" can be found at Bowling Greca. medicine stores. v' I hed imfifered about eleven years with a pain t Eminence. in the back of my nead and back," writes Mr. Winchester. uooen nuDiara, oi varner. Lincoln Co., Ark. life-givin- g H 3025 307S 3123 3183 Asa Dodge Albeit Hochu. Nellie Rrown LukeTJ Milward ?. 33.50 36.30 36.50 36.50 31.50 29.50 35 50 84 3S S4.5S 248 81 SW f UKO. Attorney and Agent. J Y. KILEY 4114 FKllaus-- " Vn Schmidt- - 83.50 34.50 Gents I have purchased a box of Wright's Celery Capsules from G!v U. Tie sympathetic tenderness of a lov- Midilelton,-drungistand used them for ing husband is everything to an expec- Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver and Constitant mother, especially during her first pation and found that they gave ine imordeal. George Layton, Esq., a promimediate relief every time. 1 think it an nent druggist of Dayton, O., gives the excellent remedy. j Wright's Celery Capsules. Slielbyville, Ky., Bla,y 20, '96. Wright Medical Co., Col., 0.: Of Slielbyville, Ky., Recommends W To PQ 1pM i mMmmW Sefgg p, 8424 3475 4183 4230 4332 4255" Barbara Prechtel 33.50 33.50 39.05 S2.00 S2.00 79 43 77.00 J HTtlfortl.... Stevens & .... ..'.L . Marshall... 4S01 Albert Iloehn... .. J A- - Barlow .... -- - t.. . Ky 32.50 2950 30.30 $1,565.50 7706 7432 GG.S0 09.30 $4152.56 Total . PROFIT OVER COST. . $2,4S7.0C - foiloiriug case : A of mine, whese wife has used four bottles fj "Mother's Friend" before says, after seeing the effects of the remedy, that if she had to go through the ordeal again, ard there were but four bottles on tha markef, and the cost was J10O per boUIe.;che ' would have them. cuomer Yours 9 Yery truly, Geo. W. Kilev. A. m Write Fol OfficlaV Literature. .. ' " ! "Mother's Friend " is a liniment which affords certain relief in the various ailments preceding xhilibirth.and assures proper eListirity to the. cords and muscles thcfinal ordeal. u "Ilother's Friend V k'sold hv Aiiur. scientifically-compounde- d ME A MAN MADE TABLETS rOBrnYELY. CUBE AJAX Roofing, Guttering rer J fitfttrk wrunciA vrc mmmA J ! JJ 1; a M&rganfield. ! j . 'Gotten Medical Dkoovery' and Improved artat-ly- . I sent for five bok and sovrara irUdleltU wrywtt ttet I mm. fat good fetal " - i u - .V x n l -- - " ' i' '. ' "Jlewlb.ri8eLlite- ia,the , ' i.A " r- " WOf K. HTW WIW mor-dae- - Valttftbkbdbk. Urc mm Tilt') waaTUf 4Ua W JMWWWA.V U ' MJl- v - ? - il,"'!' ffflj"""""??. 3.A- & W i ,a -- -WS r."-'- 1., SoJ3SM"wpriSiWiii. m&mWm$&2&B rrAukant:uv cu.,W"nrrsr& hriMtte m 07 Acoca or oilier jsctMsos and int&tt ewtioas, Theff cMitklu- - and turrti Teotors LtMt Vitality ia old cr rmnir. 'or todr, bavtneas or taarrixto. taknaln tfaio. 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